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ANNUAL REPORT

SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY
ON

THE

STATE OF THE FINANCES




THE

YE^R

1896,

WASHINGTON:
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PRINTING

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OFFICE,

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TREASURY DEPARTMENT,

Document No. 1SS3, third ecUtiorio
SECRETARY.

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CONTENTS.
Paga.
R E C E I P T S AND E X P E N D I T U R E S

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Fiscal year 1896
Fiscal year 1897
Fiscal year 1898

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OPERATIONS OF T H E T R E A S U R Y
COINS AND COINAGE

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Deposits and purchases
Coinage

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Bars

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Course of silver
Earnings aucl expenditures
Imports and exports
Industrial arts
Metallic stock in the United States
Product of gold and silver
World's coinage
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Total metallic stock and uncovered paper in the world

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PUBLIC MONEYS
L O A N S AND C U R R E N C Y
NATIONAL BANKS
F O R E I G N COMBIERCE
REORGANIZATION O F CUSTOMS DISTRICTS

Compensation of collectors of customs
Cliinese exclusion
Lead-hearing ores
Insufficient api^ropriation

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INTERNAL R E V E N U E
E N G R A V I N G AND P R I N T I N G
IMMIGRATION

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Alien contract-lahor law

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MARINE-HOSPITAL SERVICE

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Puhlic health service
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Yellow fever
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Smallpox
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National quarantine administration—Foreign
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Administration of the Treasury quarantine regulations a t quarantino
ports of the United States
XLVII
Relations with State and local quarantine authorities
XLVII
Division of sanitary reports and statistics
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Hygienic laboratory
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REVENUE-CUTTER SERVICE

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Statistics
Spociol services
Patrol of the North Pacific and Bering Sea
Cuba
New vessels
Personnel
Pensions
LIGHT-HOUSE SERVICE

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LIFE-SAVING SERVICE :

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SEAL F I S H E R I E S

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SALMON F I S H E R I E S O F ALASKA
PUBLIC BUILDINGS

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NAVIGATION.

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STEAMBOAT-INSPECTION S E R V I C E
COAST AND G E O D E T I C S U R V E Y

Office of Standard A¥eights and Measures
D I S T R I C T OF COLUMBIA
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CURRENCY

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P U B L I C E X P E N D I T U R E S AND R E V E N U E

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Tables accompanying the report.
TABLE A.—Statement of the outstanding principal of t h e puhlic debt June
30, 1896
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TABLE B.—Statement of the outstanding principal of the j)uhlic debt each
year from 1791 to 1896
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TABLE C.—Analysis of t h e principal of t h e public debt from J u l y 1, 1856,
to J u l y 1,1896
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TABLE D.—Statement of t h e issue and rcdemiition of loans and Treasury
notes during t h e fiscal year 1896
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TABLE E.—Statement showing t h e purchase and redemption of bonds on
account of the sinking fund during each fiscal year from its
institution in May, 1869, to J u n e 30, 1896
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TABLE F.—Sinking-fund account for the fiscal year 1896
cxv
TABLE Q.—Statement of thirty-year 6 per cent bonds issued to the several
Pacific railway companies
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TABLE H.—Statement showing the amounts of money in the United States,
in t h e Treasury, and in circulation, from July, 1860, to J u l y
1, 1896
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Diagram: Cash balances in the Treasury, iu, circulation, etc., each month,
from 1878 to 1896
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TABLE I.—Population, n e t revenue, and net expenditures of the Government from 1837 to J u n e 30,1896, and per capita of the revenues
and i)er capita of expenditures
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TABLE J.—Statement of t h e annual appropriations made by Congress for
each fiscal year from 1889 to 1897
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TABLE K.—Statement of t h e net receipts during t h e fiscal year 1896
cxxix
TABLE L.—Statement of t h e net disbursements during t h e fiscal year 1896.
cxxx
TABLE M.—Statement of the net receipts and disbursements for the quarter
ending September 30, 1896:
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TABLE N.—Statement of t h e receipts of the United States from March 4,
1789, to J u n o 30, 1896
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TABLE 0.—Statement of the expenditures of the United.States from March
4, 1789, to J u n e 30,1896
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TABLE P.—Statement of receipts and disbursements by United States assistant treasurers during the fiscal year 1896
cxui
TABLE Q.—Statement showing t h e present liabilities of the United States
to Indian tribes under treaty stipulations
CXLVII
TABLE R.—Statement of United States bonds and other obligations received
and issued by t h e office of t h e Secretary of t h e Treasury from
November 1, 1895, to October 31, 1896, inclusive
CLIII
TABLE S.—Penal duties remitted by t h e Secretary of t h e Treasury since
J a n u a r y 1,1896, under sections 5292 and 5293, Revised Statutes,
as amended by sections 17, 18, and 19 of the- act of J u n e 22,
1874..,
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A P P E N D I X TO T H E R E P O R T .
REPORTS OF H E A D S OF B U R E A U S AND OTHER

OFFICERS.

Index to contents of appendix.—Kt^oviB^: Treasurer, 3; Director of Mint, 169; Comptroller of Currency, 400; Commissioner of I n t e r n a l Revenue, 508; Chief of Bureau
of Engraving and Printing, 567; Register, 582; Comptroller of the Treasury, 673;
Auditor for the Treasury Department, 679; Auditor for the War Department, 699;
Auditor for the Interior Department, 708; Auditor for the Navy Department, 730;
Auditor for State and other Departments, 749; Auditor for Post-Office Department,
787; Chief of Division of Special Agents, 795; Chief of Secret Service Division, 810;
Board of United States General Appraisers, 820.
REPORT

OF THE TREASURER:

Revenues and expenditures
State of t h e Treasury
Public debt
The monetary s t o c k . .
Coinage
Spurious and fraudulent issues
Trust funds
Redemption of national-bank notes

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Appendix.
No. 1. —Receipts and exx)enditures for the fiscal year 1896, as shown by
warrants issued
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No. 2. -Net.ordinary receipts and expenditures for each quarter of the
fiscal year 1896, as shown by warrants issued
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No. 3. -Comparative state of balances in the Treasury at the close of
the fiscal years 1895 and 18.96
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No. 4.- -Receipts and expenditures on account of the Post-Office Department for the fiscal year 1896, as shown by warrants i s s u e d . . .
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No. 5. -Assets and liabilities of the Treasury offices, J u n e 30,1896
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No. 6.- -Assets of the Treasury in the custody of mints and assay offices,
Juno 30,1896
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No. 7.- -General distribution of the assets and liabilities of the Treasury.
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No. 8. -Distribution of t h e General Treasury balance
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No. 9, -Available assets and liabilities, J u n e 30,1895 and 1896
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No. 10.- -Assets and liabilities of t h e Treasury, September 30, 1895 and
1896...
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No. 11.- -Unavailable funds of t h e General Treasury and of the Post-Office
Department
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No. 12. -Gold coin and bullion in t h e Treasury at .th;@ endriof'eachrrnontlivi .oTI
from Juno, 1878
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No. 13.- -Silver coin and bullion in t h e Treasury at the;endi(jfc.cach[mlonth,0 siA
from June, 1878
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CONTENTS.

R E P O R T OF T H E TREASURER—Continued.

No. 14.—United States notes. Treasury notes, and national-bank notes in
the Treasury at the end of each month, from June, 1878
No. 15.—Gold certificates, silver certificates, and currency certificates in
the Treasury at the end of each month, from J u n e , 1878
No. 16.—Assets of the Treasury other than gold, silver, notes, and certificates at the end of each month, from J u n e , 1878
„....
No. 17.—Assets of the Treasury at the end of each month, from June, 1878.
No. 18.—Liabilities of the Treasury at the end of each month, from
June, 1878
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No. 19.—Gold coin and bullion i n the Treasury, and gold certificates in
t h e Treasury and in circulation a t t h e end of each month,
from June, 1878
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No. 20.--Standard silver dollars and silver bullion in the Treasury, and
Treasury notes and silver certilicates iu t h e Treasury and in
circulation at the end of each month, from J u n e , 1878
No. 21.—Legal-tender notes in the Treasury, and currency certificates in
the Treasury and in circulation at the end of each month,
from J u n e , 1878
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No. 22.—Gold, silver, and paper currency in the Treasury in excess of
certificates in circulation and .Treasury notes outstanding, at
the end of each month, from J u n e , 1878
No. 23.—Assets and liabilities of the Treasury in excess of certificates
and Treasury notes at the end of each month, from June, 1878..
No.^ 24.—Public debt, exclusive of certificates and Treasury notes, at the
end of each month, from June, 1878, according to t h e form of
statement adopted in 1891
No. 25.—United States notes of each denomination issued, redeemed, and
outstanding at the close of each fiscal year
No. 26.—Treasury notes of 1890 of each denomination issued, redeemed,
and outstanding at the close of each fiscal year
No. 27.—Gold certificates of each denomination issued, redeemed, and
outstanding at the close of each fiscal year, exclusive of
$33,000,580.46 in irregular amounts i s s u e d ' a n d redeemed on
account of t h e Geneva award
No. 28.—Silver certificates of each denomination, issued, redeemed, and
outstanding at t h e close of each fiscal year
No. 29.—Currency certificates, act of J u n e 8,1872, of each denomination
issued, redeemed, and outstanding at the close of each fiscal
year
No. 30.—Amount of United States notes, Treasury notes, and gold, silver,
and currency certificates of each denomination issued, redeemed, and outstanding at the close of each fiscal year, from
1866No. 31.—Amount of paper currency of each denomination outstanding at
the close of each fiscal year, from 1878
No. 32.—United States paper currency outstanding at the close of each
fiscal year
No. 33.—Estimated stock of gold coin and bullion at the end of e^tch
month, from J u n e , 1878
No. 34.—Estimated stock of silver coin and bullion at the end of each
month, from J u n e , 1878
No. 35.—United States notes, Treasury notes, and national-bank notes
outstanding at the end of each month, from June, 1878
No. 36.—Gold certificates, silver certificates, and currency certificates
outstanding at the end of each month, from June, 1878..




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R E P O R T OF T H E TREASURE!:—Continued.

No. 37.—Estimated stock of all kinds of money at the end of each
month,.from June, 1878,....
No. 38.—Estimated amount of gold and silver in circulation at the end
of each month, frorn June, 1878 . . . ^
.---..-.No. 39.—United States notes, Treasury notes, and national-bank notes in
circulation a t t h e end of each month, from J u n e , 1878
No. 40.—Gold certificates, silver certificates,,and currency, certificates in
. . circulation at t h e end of each month, from June, 1878
No. 41.—Estimated amount of all kinds of money in circulation at the
end of each month, from J u n e , 1878
No. 42.—Estimated amount of gold and gold certificates, silver and
silver certificates, and notes and currency certificates in circulation at t h e end of each month, from J u n e , 1878
.......
No. 43.—Changes in t h e volume of money in circulation froin internal
exi)ansion and contraction and from imports and exports of
gold during each month, from J u n e , 1878
No. 44.—General distribution of the stock of mpnej', as.between the
Treasurj^. and t h e circulation, at t h e end of each month, from
June," 1878
No. 45.—United States notes and Treasury notes redeemed in gold, and
imports and exports of gold during each month, from J a n u a r y ,
1879
No. 46.—United States notes -and Treasury notes redeemed in gold, and
imports and exports of gold during each fiscal year, from
J a n u a r y 1,1879
No. 47.—Treasury notes of 1890, issued, retired by redemption in silver
dollars, and outstanding, together with t h e sih^er in the
Treasury, purchased by. such notes, for each month
No. 48.—Transactions between the subtreasury and clearing-house in
New York during each month, from J u l y , 1880
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No. 49.—Amount of each k i n d of money used in settlement of clearinghouse balances against t h e subtreasury in New York during
each month, from September, 1880
No. 50.—Monthly receipts from customs at New York, from J u n e , 1878,
and percentage of each kind of money receiA^ed
No. 51.—Fractional silver coin of each denomination in each office of the
Treasury and mint J u n e 30, 1896
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No. 52.—Minor coin of each denomination in each office of the Treasury
and m i n t J u n e 30, 1896 .»
No. 53.—Shipments of silver coin from each office of t h e Treasury and
mint, from J u l y 1, 1885°, to J u n e 30^ 1896
No. 54.—Shipments of.silver coin from t h e Treasury offices and mints
during.each fiscal year from 1886, and charges thereon for
transportation . . . . . .
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No. 55.—Semiannual d u t y collected from national banks for each fiscal
year
No. 56.—United States bonds of each loan held in t r u s t for national
banks, J u n e 30,1895 and 1896, and changes during the fiscal year
No. 57.—Receix)ts and disbursements of public moneys through nationalb a n k depositories, by fiscal years
No. 58.—Number of national banks and of national-bank depositories,
and amount of bonds held for them at the close of each fiscal
year
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No. 59.—Bonds held for t h e sinking funds of the Pacific Railroad companies at t h e close of each fiscal year...




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R E P O R T OF T H E TREASURER—Continued.

No. 60.—Old demand notes of each denomination issued, redeemed, and
outstanding J u n e 30, 1896
No. 61.—Fractional currency of each denomination issued, redeemed, and
outstanding J u n e 30, 1896
No. 62.—Compound-interest notes of each denomination issued,redeemed,
and outstanding J u n e 30, 1896
No. 63.—One^ and two year notes of each denomination issued, redeemed,
and outstanding J u n e 30, 1896
No. 64. —United States paper currency of each class, together with one
and t w o year notes and compound-interest notes, issued,
redeemed, and outstanding J u n e 30,1896
No. 65.—Seven-thirty notes issued, redeemed, and outstandtng J u n e 30,1896
No. 66.—Coupons from United States bonds and interest notes paid duri n g the fiscal year 1896, classified by loans
No. 67.—Checks issued for interest on registered bonds of the United
States during t h e fiscal year 1896
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No. GS.—Interest on 3.65 per cent bonds of t h e District of Columbia paid
, during the fiscal year 1896
No. 69.—Refunding certificates issued under the act of February 26,1879,
converted into bonds of the funded loan of 1907
No. 70.—United States bonds and securities retired for the sinking fund,
from May, 1869, to J u n e 30, 1 8 9 6 . . . .
No. 71.—United States bonds retired, from May, 1869, to J u n o 30, 1896..
No. 72.—Bonds of t h e loans given in statement No. 71 retired prior to
May, 1869
No. 73.—Bonds issued to Pacific Railroad companies redeemed, from January, 1895, to J u n e 30, 1896
No. 74.—Called bonds redeemed and outstanding J u n e 30, 1896
No. 75.—Changes during the fiscal year 1896 in the principal of the public
debt
No. 76.—Lawful money deposited in the Treasury each month of the fiscal
year 1896 for the redemption of national-bank notes
No. 77.—Disbursements from redemption accounts of national banks
each month of the fiscal year 1896, and balance on deposit . .
No. 78.—National-bank notes received for redemption each month of the
fiscal year 1896 from the principal cities and other places
•No. 79.—Redemptions and deliveries of national-bank notes each month
of tbe fiscal year 1896, and balance on hand
No. 80.—Redeemed national-bank notes deliA^ered from the Treasury each
month of the fiscal year 1896, and balance on hand
No. 81.—National-bank notes received from the i:)rincipal cities and other
j)laces, by fiscal years
No. 82.—Result of the count of national-bank.notes received for redemption, by fiscal years
No. 83.—Disposition made of t h e notes redeemed a t the National Bank
Redemption Agency, by fiscal years
No. 84.—Mode of payment for notes redeemed at the National Bank
Redemption Agency, by fiscal years
No. 85.—Deposits, redemptions, assessments for expenses, and transfers
and repayments, on account of the 5 per cent redemption fund
of national banks, by fiscal years, and balance of the deposits
at t h e close of each year
No. 86.—Deposits, redemptions, and transfers and repayments, on account
of national banks failed, in liquidation, and reducing circulation, by fisca,l years, and balance of the deposits at the close
of each year
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R E P O R T OF T H E TREASURER—Continued.

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No. 87.—Expenses incurred in t h e redemption of national-bank notes, by
fiscal years
No. 88.—Balanced statement of receipts and deliveries of moneys by the
National Bank Redemption Agency for the fiscal year 1896..
No. 89.—^Balanced statement of receipts and deliveries of moneys by the
National Bank Redemption Agency from J u l y 1, 1874, to J u n e
30,1896
No. 90.—Average amounts of national-banknotes redeemable out of the
5 per cent redemption fund, and amounts redeemed, by fiscal
years
No. 91.—Amounts of notes of national b a n k s failed, in liquidation, and
reducing circulation redeemable, and amounts redeemed, by
fiscal years
1.
No. 92.—Assets and liabilities of the 5 per cent redemption fund of
national b a n k s at the end of each month, iTom J u l y , 1874.:.
No. 93.—Changes during t h e fiscal year 1896 in the force employed in the
Treasurer's office
No. 94.—Appropriations made for the force employed in the Treasurer's
office and salaries paid during t h e fiscal year 1896
R E P O R T OF T H E D I R E C T O R OF T H E M I N T

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Deposits of gold
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Deposits of silver
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Coinage
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Gold and silver bars manufactured
176
Work of Government refineries
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Silver purchases
177
Course of silver
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Exports of silver to the E a s t
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Distribution of silver dollars
187
Circulation of silver dollars
188
Seigniorage on silver coinage
188
Appropriations and expenditures
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Appropriations and expenses of the office of the Director of the Mint for
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the fiscal year 1896
190
Estimates of appropriations for the fiscal year 1898
191
Earnings and expenditures of the refineries of the coinage mints and of
the assay office at New York
191
Earnings and expenditures of t h e mints and assay offices
191
Classified statement of expenditures
192
Imports and exports of the precious metals
193
Movement of gold from t h e United States
' 199
Stock of money in t h e United States
201
Monetary systems and approximate stocks of monej^ in the principal
countries of t h e world
205
World's stock of money in the principal countries, 1873
209
Stock of gold and silver in t h e United States from 1873 to 1896
210
Gold and silver used in the industria,! arts
210
Exchange of gold bars for gold coin
216
Product of gold and silver in the United States
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Coinage of the United States
219
WorkVs production, ^893, 1894, and 1895
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WorkVs coinage, 1893, 1891, and 1895
221
Foreign coins melted by certain countries
222
Recoinages by t h e world
222
Value of foreign coins
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Assay laboratory of the Bureau of the Mint
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R E P O R T OF THE DIRECTOR OF T H E MINT—Continued.

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Proceedings of the assay commission of 1896 ..Mint of the United States .at Philadelphia
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Mint of the United States at San Francisco
Mint of t h e United States at New Orleans
Mint of t h e United States at Carson
The assay office of t h e United States at New York
Mint of t h e United States at Denver
Assay office of t h e United States at Boise
Assay office of t h e United States a t Helena
Assay office of t h e United States at Charlotte
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Assay office of t h e United States at St. Louis
Melts of gold and silver for ingots made a n d condemned, 1895 and 1896..
Recoinage of standard silver dollars
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Bullion operations, legal allowance, and wastage, 1896
Quantity of metals operated upon^ wastage, and loss, 1896
Cost of coinage, 1895 and 1 8 9 6 . . . .
Summar^^ of t h e work of t h e minor assay offices
Summary of operations of mints and assay offices
Metallurgical operations, 1895 and 1896
AVork of t h e minor assay offices, 1895 and 1896
.
Operations of t h e mint service, 1895 and 1896
Melts of gold and silver for ingots made and condemned, 1895 and 1896..
History of t h e motto ^ ^ n God We Trust
Coinage act of 1873
Counterfeiting United States silver coins
Mint x)rocesses of the United States
Theory and history of coinage
From mint to mint
Assaying of gold and silver
Manufacture of dies
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Coinage operations
Monetary statistics of foreign countries
Imports and exports of the principal countries of t h e world
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NOTE.—See footnote, page 173.
X.—Quantity and cost of silver nsed in t h e coinage of silver dollars
during the fiscal year 1896, under the act of J u l y 14, 1890
XI.—Quantity and cost of silver used in t h e coinage of silver dollars
from J u l y 1, 1896, to November 1, 1896, under act of J u l y 14, 1 8 9 0 . . . .
XII.—Amount, cost, average price, and bullion value of t h e silver dollar
of silver i)urchased under the acts of February 12, 1873, J a n u a r y 14,
1875, February 28, 1878, and J u l y 14, 1890
XIII.—Coinage executed at the mints of the United States d u r i n g t h e
fiscal year ended J u n e SO, 1896
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XVI.—Seigniorage of t h e coinage of silver and disposition of the same
during t h e fiscal year 1896
XVII.—Assets and liabilities of t h e United States mints and assay offices
J u n e 30,1896
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XXII.—Imports into the United States of gold and silver^ore,--b,ullion,^
and coin by customs districts during t h e fiscal year 1 8 9 6 . . . . > . / . J:
XXIII.—Imports into the United States of gold and silver ore, bullion,
and coin, by countries, during the fiscal year 1896
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R E P O R T O F H I E D I R E C T O R OF T H E M I N T — C o n t i n u e d .

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XXIV.—Exports of domestic gold and.silver ore,- bullion, and coin from
certain customs districts during t h e fiscal year 1896
XXV.—Exports of domestic gold and silver ore, bullion, and coin to certain countries from the United States during t h e fiscal year 1896
XXVI.—Exports of foreign gold a n d silver from t h e United States by
customs districts during t h e fiscal year 1896
XXVII.—Exports of foreign gold a n d silver from t h e United States to
certain countries during t h e fiscal year 1896
XXVIII.—Recapitulation of imports and exports of t h e precious metals
during t h e fiscal year 1896
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XXX.—Highest, lowest, and average .price of b a r silver in London per
ounce British standard (0.925). since 1833, and t h e equivalent in United
States gold coin of .an ounce 1,000 fine, t a k e n a t t h e average p r i c e . . . .
335
XXXI.—Commercial ratio of silver, to gold each year.since. 1687
336
XXXII.—Average i>rice of an ounce of gold i n London, and equivalent
value in t h e United States, 1870-1896
337
XXXIII.—Bullion value of 371^ grains of pure silver a t t h e annual average price of silver each year from 1837 t o 1896, inclusive
338
XXXIV.—Value in gold of an ounce of fine silver a t t h e ratios 1:15-1:32.
338
XXXV.—Unrefined gold and silver of domestic production, with t h e
States and-Territories joroducing t h e same, and refined domestic bul- .
lion n o t distributed, b y value, deposited a t t h e mints a n d assay offices
from their organization t o t h e close of t h e calendar year ended December 31, 1895
339
XXXVI.—Unrefined gold and silver of domestic production, by value,
its distribution b y States and Territories', also refined domestic bullion
(not distributed) deposited a t t h e mints a n d assay offices from their
organization to t h e close of t h e fiscal year ended J u n e 30, 1896
°340
XXXVII.—Product of gold a n d silver i n t h e United States from 1792 to
1844, and annually since
341
XXX VIIL—Coinage of nations
•.
.,,
342
XXXIX.—World's production of gold and silver in kilograms.and value
for calendar years 1893,1894, and 1895
344
XL.—World's production of gold and silver in fine ounces and value for
calendar years 1893,1894, and 1895
346
XLI.—Production of gold and silver in t h e world since t h e discovery of
America
348
XLIII.—Changes in t h e value of foreign coins, 1880-1896
350
•«•

.

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if

*

^

*

-K-

XLVII."—Coinage of fractional and subsidiary silver coins, b y acts and
denominations, from 1792 t o J u n e 30,1895
XLVIII.-—Coinage of t h e mints of t h e United States from their organization, 1792, b y calendar years
XLIX.—Imports and exports of the precious metals of the iDrincipal countries of t h e world
:
„
L.—Coinage of the principal countries of t h e world, from 1873 to 1895..
.

^

•

^

if

•}?

*•

i(

LII.—Coins of t h e United States, authority for coinage, and changes iu
weight a n d fineness and amount coined
LIII.—Summary of monetary events sin ce 1876
,
LIV.—Documentary history of t h e coinage act of February 12, 1873
R E P O R T O F T H E COMPTROLLER O F T H E C U R R E N C Y

Summary of t h e state and condition of every national bank reporting
during t h e year ended October 2, 1896




354
356
364
385
~

393
397
399
400,507

400

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.CONTENTS.

R E P O R T OF T H E COMPTROLLER OF T H E CURRENCY'—Continued.

Page.

Analysis of reports of 1896
408
Review of reports, 1892 to 1896
409
Reports from State banks and banking associations
412
Condition of State banks and b a n k i n g associations
412
Condition of savings b a n k s
413
Loan and t r u s t companies and private b a n k s
416
Investigation as to kinds of money and currency in all banks
417
Number of depositors in, and cash holdings of, reporting banks
419
Changes in money and currency holdings of New York City and other
banks
:
-.
422
Monetary systems and stocks of money in t h e princix)al countries of t h e
world
423
Value to t h e public of banks and growth in number of deposits
425
Changes in clearing-house returns
427
Insolvent national banks, 1896
427
Existing banks and bank failures
429
Insolvent national banks, from 1863 to 1896
429
Percentage of dividends paid by failed national banks
430
Causes of failure of national banks and duty of directors
430
History of State bank failures prior to 1863
432
Results of investigation relative to insolvent State banks, from 1863 to .
1896
448
Percentage of dividends paid by State banks
450
State banks paying no dividends
451
Insolvent State banks having no capital stock
452
Time required to close insolvent State banks
,
452
Result of investigation on extent of t h e use of credit instruments of
daily payments
453
Importance of t h e i n q u i r y . . . .
453
Prices and quantity of m o n e y . . . .
454
Previous investigations made of substitutes for money
455
The present inquiry
\
461
The second class of depositors
483
The t h i r d class of depositors
483
Ultimate conclusion
' 484
Increase in t h e use of credit instruments
490
Other points of interest shown by t h e returns
492
Payment of wages
492
Analysis of returns from clearing houses
493
Suggested amendments t o t h e bank a c t
496
Arguments in support of suggestions . . . ^
\ . ..
497
Amendments to restrict borrowing by officers and directors, and to
enforce knowledge of bank's condition
497
Amendment relating to cashier
,
497
Amendment relating to t h e administration of oaths
498
Organization of national banks with a less capital stock than $50,000..
498
The establishing of branch banks
:
499
The issuing of notes by t h e Government and b y t h e banks
501
Eifect of maintaining Treasury and national-bank notes compared
505
Foreign and State b a n k i n g systems
506
National-bank act, and digest of bank cases
507
Appendix and second volume
507
Conclusion
507
R E P O R T O F TPIE COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL R E V E N U E

The tables




508-566

508

CONTENTS.

*

R E P O R T OF THE' COMMISSIOIS^ER OF INTERNAL R E V E N U E — C o n t i n u e d .

Collections for the current fiscal j^ear
•.-.
Receipts for the past ten fiscal years
'.
- Collections for t h e fiscal year ended J u n e 30,1895
Receii)ts during the last t w o fiscal years
;
Withdrawals for consumption during t h e last two fiscal years.
Receipts b y States and Territories during the last fiscal year
Receipts for first three months of present fiscal year
Cost of c o l l e c t i o n . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Percentage of cost of collection
Miscellaneous expenses
Estimated expenses for next fiscal y e a r . ^
Salaries
::
Scale of salaries of collectors
:
Official force
.'.
Storekeepers, gaugers, etc
General condition of the office and the service
.; "
Expenses of revenue agents
......
Manufacture of stamp paper
v.
Production of stamps
'.".•....•...
New classes of stamps added under tariff act of J u n e 6,1896
Stock of stamps in vault
Documentary and proprietary stami)S
„
Production of tobacco, snuff, cigars, and cigarettes
The t a b u l a r statements
Offers in compromise
'
Abstract of seizures
Abatement c l a i m s . . . . ' . =
Refunding claims. -.
.'
Distilleries registered and operated
F r u i t distilleries registered and operated
Grain and molasses distilleries in operation September 1,1880 to 1895...
Comx^arative statement of distilleries registered and operated
Materials used for the production of distilled spirits
Stock fed at distilleries
Spirits gauged in 1895
Spirits gauged in 1896.
General bonded warehouses
Assessments
Statement as to stamp taxes assessed
Increased production of spirits
Decreased w i t h d r a w a l of tax-paid spirits
Distilled spirits allowed for loss by leakage or evaporation in warehouse.
Spirits removed in bond for export
Increased withdrawals of spirits for scientific purposes and use of the
United States
Sx)irits lost by fire in warehouses for t h e last twenty-three years
Stock on hand, j^roduction, and movement of spirits for five years
Distilled spirits in the United States October 1, 1896
Fortification of wines with grape brandy free of t a x
,
Exportation of manufactured tobacco and snuff in bond
Oleomargarine
Operations in oleomargarine during the last two fiscal years
Sugar b o u n t y .




XIII
Page.

509
509
509
512
513
513 .
514
515
516
516
516
517
517
518
519
519
520
522
522
523
523
523
524
526
529
530
531
531
533
534
535
537
538
541
543
545
547
548
549
550
551
552
554
554
554
555
556
556
557
558
560
562

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•

CONTENTS.

R E P O R T OF T H E COMMISSIONER OF I N T E R N A L R E V E N U E — C o n t i n u e d .

Maple sugar claims
Cane, beet, a n d sorghum sugar claims
Bounty on sugar produced previous to August 28, 1894.
„
Bounty on sugar produced in t h e United States in t h e period commencing August 28, 1894, and ending J u n o 30,1895
Chemistry
R E P O R T OF C H I E F OF T H E B U R E A U O F E N G R A V I N G AND P R I N T I N G

Page,

562
563
563
563
565
567-581

Operations of t h e Bureau

567

Appendix.
Appropriations for the year
No. 1.—Statement showing t h e United States notes, certificates of doposit, bonds, and national-bank notes delivered during the year
No. 2.—Statement showing t h e internal-revenue stamps delivered during t h e j^ear
No. 3.—Statement showing t h e customs stamps delivered during t h e
year
No. 4.—Statement showing t h e x^ostage stamxDS delivered to x'>ostmasters
during t h e year
No. 5.—Statement showing t h e postage stamps delivered to t h e ^'Universal Postal Union^' during t h e year
No. 6.—Statement showing t h e checks, drafts, certificates, etc., delivered during t h e year . . .
No. 7.—Summary of all classes of work delivered
No. 8.—Statement of miscellaneous work done for, and of materials
furnished to, t h e various Bureaus of t h e Department during
the year
No. 9.—Statement of t h e various classes of securities and other work
prox:)osed to be executed in t h e fiscal year 1898
No, 10.—Statement showing t h e annual production of securities in
sheets and t h e exxDcnditures by t h e Bureau of Engraving and
P r i n t i n g for t h e last nineteen fiscal years
NOc 11.—Statement showing t h e number of employees on t h e 1st day of
each month since J u l y 1, 1877
REPORT OF THE REGISTER

571
572
573
576
576
577
577
579

579
580

5S1
581
582--672

Division of loans
,.
A condensed history of all t h e loans of t h e United States from 1776 to
J u n e 30,1896
Division of notes, coupons, and currency
R E P O R T O F T H E COMPTROLLER O F T H E T R E A S U R Y

,

584
670
673-678

R E P O R T OF T H E A U D I T O R F O R T H E T R E A S U R Y D E P A R T M E N T

Condition of business

582

679-698

,

679

Appendix.
TABLE
TABLE
TABLE
TABLE

A.—Receipts and disbursements
,
B.—Summary statement of t h e work of t h e office
C.—Statement showing number of accounts on hand,, e t c .
D.—Comx^arative statement, b y fiscal years, of transactions of
the F i r s t Auditor's Office, from 1861 t o 1895
TABLE E.—Comparative statement, b y fiscal years, of transactions in
Office of t h e Auditor for t h e Treasury Department, from
October 1, 1895, to J u n e 30,1896,
TA13JLE F.—Statement of arrival of vessels, small boats, railroad cars
(not sealed), wagons a n d other vehicles, and railroad
cars under consular seal, from J u l y 1 to December 31,1895.




6£0
685.
687
688

689

690

CONTENTS.

XV

R E P O R T O P T H E A U D I T O R F O R T H E T R E A S U R Y DEPARTMENT—Continued.

TABLE G.—Statement of arrival of vessels and small boats, railroad cars
(not sealed), wagons and other vehicles, and railroad
cars under consular seal, from J a n u a r y 1 to J u n e 30, 1896.
TABLE H.—Collection districts and indexjendent collection ports from
which no manifests were received during t h e year
TABLE I.—List of customs districts, showing ports of entry, subports
and stations of deputy collectors therein from which nicinifests are forwarded
TABLE J.—Merchandise transx3orted without appraisement, under act of
J u n e 10, 1880, t o t h e undermentioned x^orts of delivery,
during the year
R E P O R T O F T H E A U D I T O R F O R T H E W A R DEPARTMEIST

691
692

693

696
699-707

Pay and bounty division
Mail and miscellaneous division
Archives division
Paymaster's and claims division
Military division
Review division

-...

R E P O R T O F T H E AUDITOR F O R T H E I N T E R I O R D E P A R T M E N T

The ^-Dockery^'law
Indian division
Land, files, and miscellaneous division
Public beneficiaries
«
Hot Springs Reservation
Pension divison
Law clerk
The
files...

Page,

708-729

708
709
711
716
719
720
729
729

.„

REPORT OF T H E AUDITOR FOR THE NAVY DEPARTMENT

730-748

Statement of appropriations, pay of Navy and p a y of Marino Corx^s
Ax)prox3riations and expenditures of the United States Navy for the year.
Increase of the Navy
Pay of t h e Navy, deposit fund
Exchange
Special fiscal agents a t London
Work of t h e office
R E P O R T OF T H E AUDITOR F O R T H E STATE AND OTHER DEPARTMENTS

Work of the office
New accounting system
Clerical force
Disbursing officer
United States district attorneys and marshals' comx^ensation
Consular fees
Diplomatic and consular division
Division of judicial accounts
Miscellaneous division

696
701
703
703
705
706

730
731
735
735
736
743
743
749-786

^...

749
749
750
750
750
751
751
755
756

Ap>pGndix.

A.—Statement of salaries and exx)enses and of x^assport fees of t h e diplomatic service of t h e United States for t h e year
B.—Statement of consular fees, salaries, and expenses for t h e y e a r . .
C.—Statement of consular fees, cornpensation, exx^enses, a n d loss by
exchange for .the year
D.—Statement of'salaries, expenses, and loss by exchange of consular
clerks for t h e year




761
763
772
775

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CONTENTS.

R E P O R T OF TILE AUDITOR FOR T H E STATE AND OTPFER D E P A R T M E N T S — C o n t ' d .

E.—Statement of sundry exx^enses a t consulates in China, J apan, Turkey,
and Zanzibar for the year.
F.—Statement of relief afforded seamen, with extra wages and arrears
collected, for t h e year
G.—Statement showing t h e number of seamen sent to t h e United States
and t h e amount paid a t t h e Treasury for x^assage for t h e y e a r . . ; .
li.—Statement showing t h e character and amount of t h e official fees
collected a t each consulate (including agencies) during t h e year.
I.—Statement of expenditures and disbursements for expenses of United
S'tates courts, for t h e year
R E P O R T OF THE AUDITOR F O R T H E P O S T - O F F I C E D E P A R T M E N T

775
776
778
779
784

> . . . : . . 787-794

Accounts audited
J
Total outstanding indebtedness due t h e Post-Office Dex')artment t o J u n e
30, 1895
Outstanding indebtedness for fiscal year 1896
Amount due from x^ostmasters on x)03tal account of above-specified indebtedness
Amount due from x)Ostmasters on money-order account of above-sx)ecified
indebtedness
:
Amountduefromfailingbidders and contractors of above-specified indebtedness
i
Classification of x^ostmasters with regard-to compensation
Collections b y x)Ost-office inspectors
Prompt collections
Bad debts
Collections b y s u i t .
Money-order business
Accuracy in auditing money-order accounts
Invalid money orders
Application for w a r r a n t s
Double x^ayment of money orders
Miscellaneous expenses of t h e money-order office of t h e Post-Offico DeX;)artment
REPORT OF THE SUPERVISING SPECIAL AGENT

Undervaluations
Sx)ecial agents abroad
Drawbacks
Opium smuggling
Diamond smuggling
Exclusion of Chinese
Merchandise in transit to Mexico...'
Goods in transit through Canada
Bonded common carriers
Reorganization of customs districts
Government sampling works

Page.

787
787
787
787
788
788
788
789
789
789
790
791
791
791
792
792
793
705-809

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...'.

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796
796
796
797
798
799
799
800
800
800

Appendix.
TABLE A.—Statements of customs business for t h e fiscal year ended
J u n e 30, 1896
TABLE B.—Aggregate receipts and expenses of collection for t h e fiscal
years 1885 to 1896
TABLE C.—Statement showing t h e number of-cars, .with weight of contents, departing from x:)orts in the'United States fortra,nsit
through Canada to other x^orts in the United States during
the calendar years 1893, 1894, and 1895




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806

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XVir

REPORT OF T H E SUPERVISING SPECIAL AGENT—Continued.

Page.

TABLE D.—List of common carriers bonded for t h e transportation of
appraised merchandise in bond
R E P O R T O F T H E C H I E F OF T H E S E C R E T S E R V I C E
R E P O R T O F T H E BOARD O F U N I T E D STATES G E N E R A L APPRXUSERS

Reax3X>raisement
:........
Classification
Appeals to court from t h e Board's decisions

80S
810-819

- . . . 820-824

,

820
821
821

Ap2)C7idix.

Table showing t h e number of x^rotests received annually from August
1, 1890, to October 1, 1896
Table shoAviug t h e number of cases susx^ended and x')endiug each year
since 1890
F i 96




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ANNUAL REPORT ON THE FINANCES.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT,

WusMngton, D« C, December 15^ 1896,
S I R : I have the honor to submit the following report:
RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES.

Fiscal year 1896,
The revenues of the Government from all sources for the fiscal year
ended June 30, 1896, were:
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
From

customs.
|160, 021, 751. 67.
internal revenue
146, 762, 864. 74
District of Columbia
3,846,435.12
profits on coinage, bullion deposits, and assays
*...
2, 897, 092. 41
lees—consular, letters patent, and land
2, 815, 249. 53
sinking fund for Pacific railways,
1, 889, 078. 26
tax on national banks
1, 763, 496. 62
navy pension and navy hospital funds, etc
1,137, 207. 40
miscellaneous sources
1, 111, 763. 24
sales of public lands
1,005,523.43
repayment of interest by Pacific railways
955, 499. 86
customs fees, fines, penalties, etc
622,003.14
sales of Indian lands
:
571, 608. 03
immigrant fund
445, 669. 82
reimbursement for cost of water supply. District of Columbia...
360, 057. 58
sales of Government property
—
263,196. 90
deposits for surveying public lands
260,166. 53
Soldiers' Home, permanent fund
129, 375. 22
depredations on public lands
c.
52,106. 89
sales of lands and buildings under sx^ecial acts
36, 446. 68
sales of ordnance material
28, 507. 31
tax on seal skins
1,100. 00
postal service
".
82,499,208.40
Total receipts

409,475,408.78

The expenditures for the same ]3eriod were:
For the civil establishment, including foreign intercourse, public
buildings, collecting the revenues, deficiency in x^ostal revenues,
bounty on sugar, District of Columbia, and other miscellaneous
expenses
|87, 216, 234. 62
For the military establishment, including rivers and harbors, forts,
arsenals, and seacoast defenses
50, 830, 820. 89
For the naval establishment, including construction of new vessels,
machinery, armament, erxuipment, and improvements at navy yards..
27,147, 732. 38
For Indian service
:
12,165,528.28
For pensions
139,434,000.98




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XX

REPORT

OF

THE

SECRETARY

OF

THE

TREASURY.

For interest on the public debt
For postal service

$35, 385, 028. 93
.,

=

=

Total exx)endixures

82,499.208.40
434,678,654.48

Showing a deficit of

25, 203, 245. 70

In addition to the ordinary revenues collected during the year the
cash in the Treasury was increased by the following sums: From the
sale of one hundred million four per cent thirty year bonds issued
under act of January 14, 1875, $111,166,246.41; and from the issue of
four per cent bonds in liquidation of interest accrued on refunding certificates converted during the year, $4,130; making a total of $111,170,376.41. The securities redeemed during the year on account of the
sinking fund were as follows:
Loan of 1882
Loan of J u l y and August, 1861.
Loan of J u l y and August, 1861, continued at 3J per cent
Loan of 1863
Funded loan of 1881
Funded loan of 1891..... =
Oregon war debt
Fractional currency and notes
National bank notes

| 3 , 200. 00
500. 00
c...
2, 000. 00
500.00
3,200.00
58,150.00
50. 00
8, 283. 35
'.
5,257,466.50

Total

5,333,349.85

As compared with the fiscal year 1895 the receipts for 1896 increased
$19,102,205.48, as follows: .
Increase in receipts for 1896.
Source.

Increase.

$152,158,617.45 $160,021,751.67 §7,803,134.22
Customs
.'
143,421,672.02 146,762, 864.74 3,341,192.72
Internal revenue
1,640,579.70
2,897,092.41 1, 256,512.71
Prolits on coinage, bullion deposits, etc...
610, 082.22
1,111, 763.24
501, 681.02
Miscellaneous sources
3,658,048.08
3,846,435.12
188, 387.04
District of Columbia
2,655,299.41
2,815,249.53
159, 950.09
Fees—consular, letters patent, and land..
1,735,887.05
1, — 078.26
Sinking fund for Pacific railways
153, 191.21
305, 224.84
Immigrant fund....
445, 669.82
140, 4M.98
1,009. 537.25
Navy pension a n d Navy hospital funds...
1,137,207.40
127, 670.15
162, 607.21
Deposits for surveying public lands
260, 166.53
97, 559.32
Sales of Government property
263, 196.90
178, 123.86
85, 073.04
1,763,496.62
Tax on national b a n k s
1,712,550.94
50, 945. 68
52, 106.89
Depredations on public lands
31, 377.30
.17, 729.53
819.76
608.03
30, 788.27
Sales of Indian lands
540,
571,
700.00
400.00
1,100.00
Tax on seal skins
Sales of lands and buildings under spe36,446.68
220,208.31
cial acts
3,103,347.16
1,005,523.43
Sales of public lands
212,464.59
129,375.22
Soldiers' Home, permanent fund
Repayment of interest by Pacific rail982,411.16
955,499.80
ways
Reimbursement for costof watersuppiy,
382,055.97
360,057.58
District of Columbia
622,003.14
640,966.00
Customs fees, fines, penalties, etc
8,596.23
Bequest for memorial hall. West Point...
31,006.91
28,507.31
Sales of ordnance material
939.43
Sale of condemned naval vessels
76,983,128.19
i" 499; 208.* 40 5,516,080.21
,
Postal service
Total...,
Net increase..




390, 373, 203.30

409,475,408.78 19,547,388.02

Decrease.

183, 701.63
97,823.73
83,089.37
26,911.30
21,998.39
18,962.86
8,586.23
3,099.60
939.43
445,182.54
19,102,205.48

REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.

xxr

There was a decrease of $4,015,852.21 in the ordinary exi)enditures,
as follows:
Decrease in ordinary expenditures for 1S96.
Increase.

Source.

Decrease.

CIVIL. E S T A B L T S H M E I s T .

Legislative—
Salaries a n d expenses..;
Executive Proper—
Salaries a n d expenses
D e p a r t m e n t of S t a t e —
Salaries a n d expenses
F o r e i g n intercourse....:
Treasury Department—
Salaries a n d expenses
Independent Treasury
M i n t s a n d a s s a y offices
Territorial governments
Salaries, etc., internal r e v e n u e
I l e f u n d of d i r e c t t a x e s
Bounty on sugar
R e f u n d for l a n d s o l d for d i r e c t t a x e s .
Miscellaneous, internal revenue
Collecting customs r e v e n u e
R e f u n d i n g excess of deposits, customs
D e b e n t u r e s o r d r a w b a c k s , c u s t o m s ..
Miscellaneous items, customs
R e v e n u e Cutter Service
Regulating immigration.
Chinese exclusion act
N e w r e v e n u e vessels
Alien contract-labor laws
Marine-Ho.spital Service
Life-Saving Service
Light-House Establishment
Coast a n d Geodetic S u r v e y
Steamboat-Inspection Service
Engraving and printing
Public buildings
F u e l , etc., public b u i l d i n g s
Custodians a n d janitors
F u r n i t u r e for p u b l i c b u i l d i n g s
H e a t i n g apparatus, public buildings..
V a u l t s , .safes, e t c . , p u b l i c b u i l d i n g s . . . .
P r o p a g a t i o n of food-fishes
Fish hatcheries
Salaries a n d expenses. Fish Commission
National Museum.
Zoological P a r k
Smithsonian Institution
Columbian Exposition
I n t e r s t a t e C o m m e r c e Commission....
E x p e n s e s of T r e a s u r y n o t e s
S i n k i n g funds, Pacific r a i l w a y s
F r e n c h spoliation claims
Atlanta Exposition
E p i d e m i c diseases
Miscellaneous items
W a r Department—
Salaries and expenses
Navy Department—
Salaries a n d expenses
Interior D e p a r t m e n t Salaries a n d expenses
Public lands service
C o l l e g e s for a g r i c u l t u r e
Eleventh Census
Miscellaneous items..
Post-Office D e p a r t m e n t —
Salaries a n d expenses
Deficiency in p o s t a l r e v e n u e s
M a i l t r a n s p o r t a t i o n . Pacific railways
,
;
D e p a r t m e n t of A g r i c u l t u r e —
Salaries a n d expenses
Weather Bureau
D e p a r t m e n t of L a b o r —
^ Salaries a n d expenses
D e p a r t m e n t of J u s t i c e —
Salaries a n d expenses
S a l a r i e s of j u s t i c e s , a s s i s t a n t a t t o r neys, etc




$9,971,170.8D

$510,210.03

$9,400,957.86

185,193.33

192, 919.04

$7,725.71

141,682.25
1,703,363.40

150,803.53
1,005,010.78

9,121. 28

3,072,875.23
586,412.50
1,079,717.71
257,971.18
3,762,681.56
181,505.91
9G6,153.86
15,893. 43
165,713.01
6, 736, 690.92

3,Oil,769.06
008,697.24
996,858. 23
114,415.40
3,769,642.96

1,964,004.43
3,277,500.72
231,320.45
929,886.92
249,471.00
82, 721.47
56,500.00
85,108.42
069,618.59
1,384,018.48
2,763,243.16
414,988.90
315,510.01
1,146,552.37
3,599,614.41
852,272.97
805,673.63
202,335.89
97,430.49
37,744.'27
956.39
26,751.95

1,569,684.14
1,950,072.48
229,427.44
1,027,617.05
303,613.26
100,478.50
214,891.42
115,917.13
054,581.44
1,442,724.18
3,114,855.26
390,021.16
342,829.15
1,116,372.00
2,997,381.67
870,741.72
771,684.61
192,426.25
112,533.12
681.58

317,456.56
168,733.57
49,960.91
120,409.19
100,868.95
230,386.54
270,899.30
1,105,354.08
22 920.00
59^ 047.56
76,091.88
453,942.84

329,760.35
174,093.78
55,104.55
120,047.71
137,705.36
234,264.14
173,690. 46
11,946.81
128,070. 22
56, 308.56
168,992.81

69,022.66

2,093,610.78

2,116,153.72

22,542.94

410,273.90

407,000.57

3,273.33

4,854,902.24
1,981,978.00
960,000.00
278,049.72
592,829.67

4,820,393.56
2,035,847.62
1,008,000.00
51,340.88
679,873.28

34,508.68

875,716.71
11,010,541.72

858,586.43
9,300,000.00

232,690. 68
2,037.02
197,605.74
7,237,796.40

98,352.08
01,105.57
82,859.-iS
143,555.78
6,961.40
181,505.91
733,463.18
12,950.41
31,892.73
501,105.48
394,380.29
1,-327,434.24
1,893.01
97,730.13
54,142.20
17,757.03
158,391.42
30,808.71
15,037.15
58,705.70
351,612.10
24,967.74
27,319.14
. 30,179.77
002,232.74
18,468.75
33,989.02
9,909.04
15,102.63
1,937.31

33,764.76
12,303.79
5,360.21
5,143.64
36,836.41
3,877. CO
97, 208. 81
1,105,354.08
10,973.19
19,783.32
284.950.03

53, 869. 62
48,000.00
226,708.84
17,130.28
1,716,541.72

1,668,935.83

1,560,430.17

1,890,035.61
714,515.60

1,977,498.73
928,170.58

168,757.67

103,945.34

4,812.33

323, 274.90

303,242.04

20,032.26

1,040,404.83

1,124,805.82

87,463.12
213,654.98

78,400.99

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R E P O R T OF T H E

SECRETARY OF T H E

TREASURY.

Decrease in. ordinary expenditures for 1896—Coiitmued.
1395.

Source.
D e p a r t m e n t of Justice—Continued.
F e e s a n d e x p e n s e s of m a r s h a l s
F e e s of w i t n e s s e s
F e e s of d i s t r i c t a t t o r n e y s
F e e s of j u r o r s
F e e s of c l e r k s
F e e s of c o m m i s s i o n e r s
S u p p o r t of p r i s o n e r s
P a y of bailiffs
Judgments, United States courts
Territorial courts in Utah
P r o t e c t i n g p r o p e r t y i n h a n d s of receivers
Miscellaneous items
District of Columbia—
Salaries a n d expenses...

Increase.

SI, 323,520. 25
1, 647,916.29
425,849.42
877,477.83
299,199.27
418,318.04
939,235.89
219,694.20
75,072.40
41,915.65

$1,651,737.94
1,611,161.91
451,970.81
688,215.79
404,440.98
407, 274.31
731,099.78
230,272.84
35,325.77
51,114.89

501,780.05
460,038.88

31,390.10
451,188.97

§328,211.69
^36,754.38
'"'26,"121.'S9'
105,241.71

"isi'moi
11,043.73
20s, 138.11

10,578.04
39,746.63
'"'9,'199!'24
467,389.95
.9, 449.91

0,176,891.19

0,369,362.98

192,471.79

,93,279,730.14

87,216,234.62

2,813,423.30

13,684, 704.93
1,622, 876.33
7,301, 807.14
364, 602.23
3, 989, 168.64
220, 799.26
15, 372.00
402, 358.28
7,233, 625.10
12,653, 927.50
638, 095.02
CO, 502.58
144, 442.36
2,124, 560.88
577, 500.00
,212, 216.45
•75, 000.00
• 77, 459.65
395. 680.78

14,290, 427.41
1,488, 287.11
7,310, 910.20
317, 784.49
4, 605, 865.50
189, 499.26
17, 016.72
183, 173.16
5,519, 234.33
12,585, 142.11
390, 204.26
152,472.73
2,365,880.95
767,300.47
129,329.52
111,618.80
80,604.66
326,163.21

8,030.37
241,320.07
189,800.47

51,804, 759.13

50,6 1,920.89

1,712,087.84

13,182, 134.21
1,340, 437. 01
995, 957.05
105, 193.16
1.001, 313. 66
'456, 484.23
832, 933. 83
1,556, 537.35
207, 206.57
1,008, 223.79
237, 789.56
7,517, 636.33
235, 947.78

T o t a l Civil E s t a b l i s h m e n t . . .

Decrease.

9,453,002.77
1,912, 041.26
1, 272,701.53
163, 345.05
1,167, 980.24
571, 041.06
858, 101.52
1,632, 469.41
259, 578.94
957, 507.01
197,135.06
8,293, 173.16
409, 055. 34

8,876,918.82

MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT.
Pay Department
Subsistence Department
Quartermaster's Department
Medical Department
Ordnance Departnient
Engineer's Department
S i g n a l Service.....
Military Academy
Improving harbors..
I n i p r o v i n g rivers....
Blilitary posts
E x p e n s e s of r e c r u i t i n g
R e c o r d s of t h e R e b e l l i o n
N a t i o n a l H o m e for D i s a b l e d S o l d i e r s . . . ,
S t a t e home.g for d i s a b l e d s o l d i e r s
S u p p o r t of S o l d i e r s ' H o m e
Soldiers' H o m e , p e r m a n e n t fund
......
Soldiers' H o m e , interest account
Miscellaneous items
Total Military Establishment

605,722.4:8

""oim'oo

134,589.22
"'46,"8i7.'74

616,696.86
31,300.00
i;644!72

219,185.12
1,714,390.77
78,755.39
247, 890.76
60,562.58

82,880.93
36,618.80
3,145.01
69,517.57
2,685,926.08

NAVAL ESTABLISHMENT.
I n c r e a s e of t h e N a v y
B u r e a u of Y a r d s a n d D o c k s . . . .
B u r e a u of E q u i p m e n t
B u r e a u of Navigation
B u r e a u of Construction a n d Repair.,
B u r e a u of O r d n a n c e
B u r e a u o f Stea.m Engineering.,..,...
B u r e a u of Supplies a n d Accounts
B u r e a u of M e d i c i n e a n d Surgery......
Marine Corps
Naval Academy
P a y of t h e N a v y
Miscellaneous items
Total Naval Establishment..
I n d i a n Service
Pensions
Interest on the public debt..
G r a n d total...,

28,797,795.73

3,729,131.44
571,003.05
276,743.88
r,*818.08
106, 606.58
115,156.83
25,167.69
75,932.06
52,372.37
•50,716.78
40,654.50
775,536.83
173,107.56

27,147,732. 38 2,172,287.45

3,822,350.80

9, 939, 754. 21 12,165, 528.28 2,225,774.07
141,395, 228. 87 139,434,000. 98
35,385,028. 93 4, 406,998.72
SO, 978,030.21

1,901,227.89

356,195, 298.29 352,179,446. OS 0,632,772.79

Net decrease.,

1,961,227 .89
4,015,852.21

Fiscal year 1897.
The revenues of the Government for the current fiscal year are thus
estimated upon the basis of existing laws:
From customs
From internal revenue



'^l^S, GOO, GOO. 00
150, 000,, 000. 00

REPORT OP THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.
From miscellaneous sources
From postal service

'.

XXIII

|20, 000, 000. 00
89,793,120.75

Total estimated revenues

407,793,120.75

The expenditures for the same period are estimated as follows:
For the civil establishment
For the military establishment
For the naval establishment
F o r t h e Indian service...
For pensions
"For interest on the public debt
For postal service

$107,000,000.00
56,000,000.00
31,000,000.00
11,500,000.00
140,000,000.00
37,000,000.00
89,793,120.75

•....-....

Total estimated expenditures

472, 293,120. 75

Or a deficit of.

64,500,000.00

Fiscal year 1898,
It is estimated that upon the basis of existing laws the revenues of the
Government for the fiscal year 1898 will b e :
From
From
From
From

customs
internal revenue
miscellaneous sources
postal service

$150,000,000.00
155, 000, 000. 00
20, 000, 000. 00
96,227,076.68

Total estimated revenues

421,227,076.68

The estimates of appropriations required for the same period, as submitted by the several Executive Departments and offices, areas follows:
•Legislative establishment
Executive establishment—
Executive proper
State Department
Treasury Department
War Department...
Navy Department
Interior Department
Post-Office Department
Department of Agriculture
Department of Justice
Department of Labor
Judicial establishment
Foreign intercourse
Military establishment
Naval establishment
Indian affairs
Pensions
,
Public works—
Legislative
Treasury Department
War Department
Navy'bepaiiiment
Interior Department
Department of Justice.
Misceli aneous—
Legislative
State Department
; Treasury Department



:

,

$4,379,820.80
$234,180.00
161,980.00
8,622,645.00
. 1,631,161.00
451,190. 00
5,084,924.00
901,710.00
2, 385, 742. 00
218,730.00
173,690.00
—^
-

=

»

,

»
,

$6,500.00
6, 455, 082. 85
22,914,816.50
1,781,162.57
275,500.00
4, 000. 00
—
^3,567,185.92
1,500.00
11,922,903.11

'
19,865,952.00
907,120.00
2, 082, 728. 76
24,292,636.48
32,434,773.62
7, 279, 525. 87
141,328,580.00

.31,437,061.92

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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.

Miscellaneous—Continued. .
AVar Department
Interior Department
Department of Justice
District of Columbia

.

.

...
$4,752,694.23
2,282,105.04
5,131, 212. 00
8, 686, 616. 38

Postal service, including $1,288,334.47 deficiency in postal revenues...
Permanent annual appropriations—
Interest on the public debt
$36,150, 000. 00
Refunding—customs, internal revenue, etc
8, 255, 000. 00
Collecting revenue from customs
5, 500, 000. 00
Miscellaneous.....
19,173,220.00

$36, 344, 216. 68
97, 515, 411.15

69, 078, 220. 00
Total estimated appproi^riations, exclusive of sinking fund
Or an estimated deficit of

466, 946, 047. 28
45,718,970.60

The foregoing estimates of receipts and expenditures for the fiscal
year 1898 are made upon the assumption that there will be no substantial change in existing business conditions, and that the present scale
of public expenditures will not be reduced. Such estimates, even when
made under the most favorable circumstances, involve so many elements
of uncertainty that they can be regarded only us showing probable
results, but the difficulty of reaching satisfactory conclusions, especially
as to the amount of receipts, is greatly increased at the present time by
the unsettled condition of business, and the impossibility of foreseeing
the changes that may occur before or during the year beginning on the
1st day of July, 1897. If our ordinary business activity should be
resumed, and the consumption of articles subject to taxation should
increase to its normal i)roportions, the receipts for that year will of
course be much larger than is here estimated, and there may be in fact
no deficiency in our revenues. '
OPERATIONS OF T H E TREASURY.

Accordiog to the report of the Treasurer* of the United States,
the total available assets of the Treasury at the opening of business on July 1, 1895, were $812,627,722.05. Of this sum $579,247,863
reiDresented deposits held for the redemption of outstanding certificates
and Treasury notes, and the remainder, amounting to $233,379,859.05,
constituted the general fund. A t the close of business on June 30, 1896,
the deposits held for the redemption of certificates and Treasury notes
were $547,330,973, and the general fund $308,354,348,70, making a total
of $855,685,321.70..
The aggregate receipts for the year as shown by the warrants,
including the ordinary revenues, the proceeds of loans, and the
deposits for certificates, were $820,852,810.29. The correspomling disbursements were $748,369,469.43. In the fifteen months ending with
September the redemptions of United States notes and Treasury notes
in gold amounted to $192,972,205. The net gains of gold to the Treas-




* See appendix, p. 3.

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OF T H E SECRETARY OF T H E TREASURY.

XXV

ury during the same i3eriod, exclusive of the proceeds of the sale of
bonds, were $98,138,902. Uncurrent gold and silver coins of the face
value of $5,452,724.46 were transferred during the year from the Treasury to the mint for recoinage. The redemptions of national-bank notes
were nearly $108,000,000, the largest in ten years, and with the exception of three years, the largest since 1879.
COINS AND COINAGE.

The report of the Director of the Mint* shows the operations of the
mints and assay offices during the fiscal year 1896, together with statistics of foreign countries, relative to the production, coinage, and monetary condition of each.
Deposits and purchases.
The gold bullion deposited at the mints and assay offices during the
year was valued at $103,311,125.73. Of this amount, $68,769,383.81
were original deposits, and $34,541,741.92 were redeposits. The classification of the original deposits was as follows :
Domestic bullion
Uncurrent domestic coins
Foreign material (bullion and coin)
Old plate and jewelry

:

$53,910,957.02
1, 670, 005. 53
9, 799, 799. 20
3,388,622.06

The face value of the uncurrent domestic gold coins transferred from
the Treasury to the mint at Philadelphia for recoinage was $825,583,
and the amount deposited at the mints and assay offices was $858,297.50,
a total face value of $1,683,880.50, the coinage value of which was
$1,670,005.53, showing a loss upon recoinage of $13,874.97.
The silver bullion deposited represented a coinage value of $11,848,694.92: of this amount, $11,672,077.79 were original deposits and
$176,617.13 were redeposits. The classification of the original deposits
was as follows :
Domestic bullion
Uncurrent domestic coin
Foreign material
Old plate and jewelry.

$5,715,742.64
4, 099, 579.11
1,075,328.08
781,427.96

The purchases of silver bullion for subsidiary coinage, under the provisions of section 3526, Eevised Statutes of the United States, was
184,578.14 fine ounces, costing $122,429.62.




• Sec appendix, ]3. 169.
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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.

Coinage.
The coinage executed at the mints during the fiscal year was as
follows:
Description.

Pieces.

Value.

Gold
Silver dollars
Subsidiary silver
Minor coins

3,584,760
7,500,822
12, 923,707
51,321,484

158,878,490.00
7,500, 822.00
3,939,819.20
869 337 32

Total

78,330, 773

71,188,468.52

In addition to the above coinage there were coined at the mint at
Philadelphia, for the Government of Ecuador, 500,000 twenty-cent
IDieces of the value of $100,000, completing the coinage of 5,000^000
twenty-cent i^ieces for that Government.
The silver dollar coinage included in the above table was made from
bullion purchased under the act of July 14, 1890, and the seigniorage
on this coinage was $2,327,736.96.
Tlie total coinage of silver dollars from bullion purchased under the
act of July 14, 1890, from August 13, 1890 (the date the law went into
effect), to July 1, 1896, has been $47,544,776. The number of fine
ounces of silver employed in this coinage was 36,772,912.70, costiog
$36,964,557.38, with a seigniorage of $10,580,218.62.
From July 1 to l^ovember 1, 1896, there were consumed 6,776,936.72
fine ounces, costing $6,038,283.69, with a coinage of $8,762,100, giving
a seigniorage of $2,723,816.31. A total coinage under this act, to
l^ovember 1, 1896, of $56,306,876, with a total seigniorage of $13,304,034.93; leaving on hand at the mints a balance of 125,061,262.74 fine
ounces, costing $112,865,625.54.
Of the subsidiaiy silver coinage, $332,698.70 was coined from new
bullion purchased under the provisions of section 3526, Eevised Statutes of the United States, for subsidiary silver coinage (the seigniorage on this coinage was $175,319.52), and $3,607,120.50 from uncurrent
subsidiary silver coin transferred from the Treasury to the mints for
recoinage.
Including the balance on hand at the mints July 1, 1878, the net
seigniorage, or profit on the coinage of silver from that date to June 30,
1896, was $78,145,603.93.
The balance of silver bullion on hand on July 1,1896, available for
subsidiary silver coinage was 1,161,708.46 fine ounces, costing
$1,514,520.95.
The value of the minor coinage made from new material was
$689,985.15^ while the' remainder of the coinage—$179,352.17—was
made from old and uncurrent minor coins transferred from the Treasury




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XXYII

for recoinage. There were also $353,606.80 in minor coins transferred
from the Treasury to the Philadeli^hia mint for cleaning and reissue.
The total.amount of minor coins issued by the mint at Philadelphia
since 1792 to June 30, 1896, was $27,818,107s71; of this amount,
$2,382,461.15 has been remelted, leaving $25,435,646.56 as the total
amount outstanding on June 30, 1896.
Bars.
Gold and silver bars were manufactured at the mints and assay offices
during the fiscal year, as follows:
Gold
Silver

,

153,248,523.79
7,370,454.89

Total

00,618,978.68

Course of silver.
The average London price of silver bullion during the fiscal year was
30.832 pence, equivalent to $0.68005 ] the New York price was $0.68491,
and the average price at the par of exchange was $0.67588.
The highest quotation during the year was 31 J-f |)ence, equivalent to
$0.70204; the lowest quotation was 30 pence, equivalent to $0.66081.
The average commercial ratio of gold to silver was 1 to 30.58, and the
bullion value of a United States silver dollar, at the yearly average
]3rice, was $0.52262. The number of grains of jDure silver, at the average price, purchasable with a United States silver dollar, was 710.06,
equivalent to 1.479 fine ounces.
Farnings and expenditures.
The maintenance of the institutions connected with the mint service
necessitated the expenditure of $1,163,566.78 during the fiscal year,
while the earnings from all sources aggregated $3,384,069.16, a net
gain over expenditures of $2,220,502.38.
Imporis and exports.
The net gold exports for the fiscal year were $78,904,612, as against
$30,117,376 for the previous year.
The net silver exports were $33,262,258, as against $27,631,789 for the
previous j^ear.
Industrial arts.
The emjployment of the x)recLOus metals in the industrial arts in the
United States during the calendar year 1895 was:
Gold
Silver

,
Total.




113,429,085
12,277,024
25,706,109

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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.

The amount of new material used in the industrial arts and included
in the above was—gold, $8,481,789 ; silver, $9,825,387.
Metallic stock.in the United States.
The metallic stock in the United States on July 1, 1896, was—gold,
$599,597,964; silver, $628,728,071 (including $1,032,565 commercial
value of silver bullion held by the Mercantile Safe Deposit Company,
JSTew York) ; a total of $1,228,326,035.
Frodiict of gold and silver.
The estimated production of the precious metals in the United States
during the calendar year 1895 was :
Metals.
Gold
Silver

Fine ounces.
2,254, 760
55,727,000

:.....

Commercial
value.

Coining value.
SiG,6lO,000
72,031,COO

UG, GIO. 000
36,445,000

The estimated production of gold and silver in the world, for the
calendar j^ear 1895, was as follows:
Metals.

Fine ounces.
9,694,640
168,308,353

Gold
Silver..;

Commercial
value.

Coining- v a l u e .

$200,406,000
110,073,700

S200, 406,000
21.7,610; 800

TForZcZ^ s coinage.
The total coinage of gold and silver by the various countries of the
world was as follows:
Gold
Silver

8231,087,438
121,610,219
Total

352,697,657

. Total metallic stock and uncovered paper in the loorld.
The total metallic stock and uncovered pai)er in the world was estimated on January 1, 1896, to be as follows:
Gold,
Full legal-tender silver
Limited tender silver

14,143,700,000
3,616,700,000
620, 200, 000

Total metallic stock
Uncovered paper
Grand total




8,380,600,000
2, 558, 000, 000
..,

10,938,600,000

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XXIX

PUBLIC MONEYS.
i

The monetary transactions of the Government have been conducted
through the Treasurer of the United States, 9 subtreasury officers, and
163 national-bank depositaries. The number of such deiDOsitaries on
JN'ovember 1, 1896, was 158, and the amount of public moneys held h j
them on that date, including those to the credit of the Treasurer's
general account and United States disbursing officers, was $16,119,096.51,
a decrease since JSTovember 1, 1895, in number of depositaries of 2, and
an increase in amount of holdings of $1,862,401.71.
LOANS AND CURRENCY.

The interest-bearing debt of the United States, exclusive of the bonds
issued in aid of the Pacific railroads, was .increased during the twelve
months ended l^ovember 1, 1896, in the sum of $100,002,900. There
were issued and sold in pursuance of the public notice of January 6,
1896, $100,000,000 of bonds of the United States, dated February 1,
1895, and redeemable at the pleasure of the United States thirty years
from that date, in coin of the standard value of July 14, 1870, with
interest in such coin, payable quarterly, on the first days of February, May, August, and jN"ovember. While these bonds were dated
February 1, 1895, in order to make them uniform as to their terms with
the four per cent bonds sold under the contract of February 8^ 1895.
they bore interest only from February 1, 1896, and the j)urchasers refunded to the Government the interest accrued from this last-mentioned
date to the respective dates of payment. The average premium realized
was 11.166, and the entire j)roceeds, princiiDal and premiura, as well as
the accrued interest, were paid into the Treasury by the iDurchasers in
United States gold coin or gold certificates. The principal and premium amounted to $111,166,246.41, and the accrued interest to $189,365.66. This transaction has been reported in detail to Congress. The
four per cent loan of 1907 was increased in the sum of $2,900 by the
issue of bonds of that loan in settlement of accrued interest on refunding
certificates of the act of February 26, 1879, presented for redemption
during the twelve months.
The changes in the amounts of the several kinds of money in the
United States, outside the Treasury, during the twelve months ended
November 1, 1896, are shown in the following table. The estimated
population of the United States ISTovember 1,1895, was 70,378,000, aud
the per capita supply of money outside the Treasury was $22.72. The
estimated population and per capita supply of money November 1,
1896, was 71,902,000 and $22.63, respectively,
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Money outside the Treasury.
Nov. 1, 1895.
Oold coin
Standard silver dollars
Subsidiary silver
Gold certificates.....
Silver certificate*' .
.. -.
Treasury notes, act J u l y 14,1890
United States notes
Currency certificates, act J u n e 8, 1872
National bank notes..
Totals
Net increase

••

N o v . 1,1896.

$475,181,593
58,354, 092
63,832,759
50,417,659
333,456,236
114,528,669
238,986,280
5G. 740,000
207; 364,028

Decrease.

$516,340,979
58,190, 802
61,171,736
38,197, 309
357,777,122
S3,959,764
258,950,326
32, 465, 000
222,002,576

1,598,859,316

$41,159,385
$163,290
2,661, 023
12,220,350
24,320,8S6
30,566,905
17,961,046
24, 275, 000
14,638,548

1,027,055,014

i

Increase.

69,886,568

i

98,082, 866
28,196,298

NATIONAL BANKS.

The records of the Bepartment show that from the date of the granting
of the first certificate of authority on June 20, 1863, to the close of the
year embraced in this rei)ort the total number of national banks organized has been 5,051, making an average for each year of 153. Of this
total number there were in active operation on October 31, 1896, la§t,
3,679, having an authorized capital stock of $650,014,895, represented
by 288,902 shareholders, niaking for each bank in the system an average
capital stock of $176,682, the number of shares to each 2,296, and
shareholders 78. The total amount of their circulating notes outstanding was $211,412,820. Of this amount, $208,988,172 was secured by
United States bonds and the balance by lawful money deposited, with
the Treasurer of the United States. The total circulation of all national
banks outstanding on October 31, 1896, was $234,553,807, of which
"$208,988,172 was secured by United States bonds deposited by active
banks, $7,091,205 by bonds still held for account of insolvent and
liquidatii3g banks, and $18,747,430 by lawful money deposited for
account of insolvent and liquidating banks and by active banks reducing circulation.
The net increase in the amount of circulation secured by bonds
during the year was $26,329,053, and the gross increase in the total
circulation, $21,099,429.
On October 6, 1896, the date of the last report of condition, the total
resources of the 3,676 banks then reporting was $3,263,685,313.83, of
which $1,893,268,839.31 represented their loans and discounts, and
$362,165,733.85 money of all kinds in bank.
Of their liabilities, $1,597,891,058.73 represented individual deposits ;
$336,342,834.70, surplus and net undivided profits ; and $209,944,019.50 outstanding circulating notes secured by bonds.
In geographical divisions the 3,679 banks in active operation are
divided as follows : 1,539 banks, with a capital stock of $401,145,135, in
the Eastern States; 1,583, with a capital stock of $110,241,660, in the




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Western, and 557, with a capital stock of $138,628,100, in the southern
]3art of the.country.
In point of number of active banks, Pennsylvania, New York, Massachusetts, Ohio, Illinois, and Texas lead, with 420, 328, 268, 248, 221, and
206, respectively. Arranged according to capital stock, Massachusetts
is first, with $97,017,500; New York second, with $86,036,060; Pennsylvania third, with $74,753,129; followed by Ohio, with $45,770,338;
Illinois, $38,746,000, and Texas, $21,863,090.
There v/ere organized during the year reported on 28 banks, located
in 15 States and the District of Columbia, with an aggregate cajDital
stock of $3,245,000. Of this number, 8 were in Pennsylvania, 2 each in
New York, Georgia, North Carolina, Ohio, and West Virginia, and 1
each in Alabama, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Missouri, Texas,
Virginia, Wisconsin, and District of Columbia.. The number located in
the Eastern States was 12, aggregating in capital stock $1,180,000; in the
Western States, 6, with a combined capital stock of $875,000, and in the
Southern States 10, having a total capital stock of $1,19.0,000. The
State of Georgia is first in amount of capital stock represented by new
banks, having $600,000; Pennsylvania has $520,000, and District of
Columbia $500,000.
The number of banks organized was 18 per cent of the yearly average.
The corporate existence of 26 national banks in 16 States, with a
capital stock of $3,153,800 and a total circulation of $1,175,400, has
been extended during the year. Pennsylvania has 5; New Jersey and
Illinois 3 each; with 2 each in Delaware and North Carolina. Of the
total capital of such banks, that in Pennsylvania aggregates $690,000;
New Jersey, $272,000; Illinois, $150,000; Delaware, $140,800; North
Carolina, $151,000.
Under the act of July 12, 1882, x^i'oviding for the extension of
national banks, the corporate existence of 1,633 banks, representing an
aggregate capital stock of $403,247,115, has been extended., Of these,
New York has 233^ with a capital stock of $73,572,460; Massachusetts^
228, with a capital stock of $92,592,200; Pennsylvania, 204, with a capital
stock of $53,776,000, followed by Ohio with 112 and an aggregate capital of $18,479,000.
One bank, having a capital stock of $100,000 and a circulation of
$90,000, has ceased on account of the expiration of its charter. This
bank was located in North Carolina, and was succeeded by a new association with a capital stock of $100,000 and circulation of $22,500.
During the year ending October 31, 1897, the cor]3orate existence of
19 banks, with a capital stock aggregating $2,289,000 and circulation
of $783,900, will exi)ire. They are located in 13 States, 4 of them being
in New York and 2 each in Ohio, Michigan, and ColoradOo In the
succeeding ten years, from 1897 to 1906, inclusive, the corporate exist-




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ence of 993 banks, having a capital stock of $146,461,150 and a circulation of $39,003,872, will expire.
The number of banks leaving the system during the year through
voluntary liquidation was 37, having a capital stock of $3,745,000 and
circulation of $1,262,815.
It has been found necessary to appoint receivers for 27 banks during
the year. Their aggregate capital stock was $3,805,000 and circulation
$761,500. Of this number, 4, with a capital stock of $995,000, were
among those which closed their doors in 1893 and subsequently resumed
business, but through continued business depression and the character
of their assets were unable to meet their obligations, and were thus
compelled to go into insolvency.
A com|)arison of the data of this year with that set forth in the report
for the year 1895 shows the number of active banks to have decreased
36, with a corresponding decrease in capital stock of $4,305,000. The
number of banks organized is 15 less, and the number going into voluntary liquidation 14 less. There has been a decrease of 9 in the number
of receivers appointed and 45 in the number of. extensions of coriDorate
existence granted. The loss through expiration of charters decreased
3 and the number of banks organized, to succeed expiring associations
remains unchanged.
The number of exisiting banks incorporated under the laws of the
various States is 5,708, and the number from which rexDorts have been
received, 4,956. In addition, reports have been received from 824 private banks and bankers, or a total of 5,780 reporting banks, which is
326 less than the number from which reports were received in 1895.
In response to a special inquiry^addressed to the banks in operation
in the United States, information was submitted as of July 1, 1896, by
5,723 banks, of which 3,458 were national banks and 2,265 were associations organized under State authority. From these reports it w^as ascertained that the number of depositors in banks and banking associations
was 5,929,963, having to their credit $3,254,439,866. The amount of
monc}^ in the banks on the same date was $413,124,849, of which gold
and gold certificates amounted to $189,558,341. Upon the assumption
that the amount of gold held by nonreiDorting banks was in the same
proportion as their number to the number of those reporting, the amount
of gold in all banks on that date was approximately $302,800,000. The
transactions of the clearing houses of the country on July 1 amounted
to $227,935,464, and the balances $19,152,834. In the statement of these
balances it is noted that the proportion of actual money used was
extremely small, amounting to only about $1,350,000.
The reports from banks containing the information referred to in the
foregoing paragraph exhibited also the use of credit instruments as
shown by the dex)Osits of the banks on July 1. This subject is exhaustively discussed and the conclusions drawn indicate that credit instruments in the transactions of retail trade of the country represent 67.4



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per cent, wholesale trade 95.3 per cent, other mercantile transactions
95.1 per cent, and all business 92.5 per cent. The largest percentage of
business represented by the use of credit instruments is shown by the
deposits in the New York banks, being 96.4 i3er cent. The next highest
percentages are 93.2, 93.3, 92.3, and 92.5 per cent for the States of
Massachusetts, Maryland, Nevada, and Minnesota, respectively. The
lowest iDercentage shown is that of California, being 69.4 i)er cent,
A considerable portion of the report is devoted to State bank failures
prior to 1863, and from 1863 to 1896, inclusive.
Data with resi^ect to the losses sustained by note holders and other
creditors of the banks in the earlier iDcriod are meager, but are more
satisfactory with resi^ect to the losses to note holders than to other
creditors of the banks. The information with respect to failures of
State banks subsequent to 1863 was obtained through the instrumentality of the national bank examiners, and, while incomplete, is the most
satisfactory which has ever been tabulated. The number of failures
reported is 1,234 ; the report of capital of failed banks, $53,632,259.36;
assets, $214,312,190.58 ; liabilities, $220,629,988.27, and dividends paid,
$100,088,726.95. The returns with respect to dividends paid by these
banks is unsatisfactory owing to the fact that reiDorts show that the
affairs of only 353 have been finally closed.
The Comptroller suggests the following amendments to the National
Bank A c t :
First. That accommodations to executive officers and employees, of
the banks be restricted in amount, i^roi^erly secured, and only granted
upon the approval of the board of directors.
Second. That no loan should be made to a director not an executive
officer of the bank exceiDt either uiDon a dex)osit of collateral security or
upon a note bearing the signature or signatures of one or more responsible persons, in addition to that of the director.
.
Third. That directors of national banks shall be required to make
examination of the affairs of the bank with which they are connected on
a day to be fixed by the Comptroller, a report thereof to be made to
that official.
Fourth. That assistant cashiers under certain circumstances be
authorized to sign circulating notes and to sign and make oath or
affirmation to rei^orts of conditions.
^ Fifth. That some class of public officers to be empowered to administer general oaths required to be taken by the National Bank Act.
Sixth. That organization of national banks with minimum capital
stock of $25,000 be authorized in towns, the population of which is less
than 2,000.
Seventh. That national banks be permitted to establish branches
under certain restricted conditions.
Eighth. That the semiannual tax authorized on circulating notes of
national banks be reduced so a^s to equal one-fourth of one per cent.
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Ninth. That national banks be authorized to receive circulation to
the par value of the bonds deposited when the market value thereof is
equal to ,the par value.
The Comptroller concludes his report by calling attention to the
X^rofit of the Government, derived from national banks, which is comX^ared with the cost of the maintenance of the gold reserve on legal
tenders issues of the Treasury.
The reports received in 1895 relative to the banking systems of the
various countries of the world and of the United States, with additional
information received since the last report was issued, in respect of foreign and State banking systems, are incorporated in his report.
FOREIGN COMMERCE.

The following table, prepared in the Bureau of Statistics of this Del^artment, exhibits the principal features of the trade returns for .the
fiscal year 1896:
1895.

1896.

'. -f, i n c r e a s e ;
—, d e c r e a s e .

Imports:
$363,233,795 S369,757,470
368,736,170 • 409,967,204

Free

+16,523,675
+ 4 1 , 231,034

731,969,965

779,724,674

50.4

52.6

36, 384,760
20,211,179

33,525,005
28,777,186

- 2 , 8 5 9 , 695
+ 8 , 566, 007

793,392,599
14,145,566

863,200,487
19,406,451

+ 6 9 807 888
+ 5 , 260,885

807,538,105

882,606,938

+75,068,773

112,409,947
60,541,670

+ 4 5 , 941,4G6
+13,246,384

731,162,091
147,901,218

759,694,084
156,104,599

+28,531, 993
+ 8 , 2 0 3 , 381

p e r cent...
do

41.75
20.23

39. 94
20.55

tons...
do

19,294,915
19,750, 546

20,987,046
21,300, 843

Total
Per cent dutiable
Gold .
Silver

...•

Exports:
Mercliandise * Domestic
Total.....'?
Gold
Silver

'.

.

I m . p o r t s for c o n s u m p t i o n
A d v a l o r e m of d u t i e s :
On dutiable
O n free a n d d u t i a b l e
Tonnage: Entered
Cleared

66,468,481
47,295,286.

+ 4 7 754 709

+1,692,131
+1,550, 297

The most gratifying features of this comparison of trade in the two
years a,re to be found in the exi^orts of domestic xoroduce and merchandise, and in the revenue from customs duties on imports. It was in
1880 that the value of domestic exx^orts x^assed for the first time the sum
of $800,000,000, and only three times was that figure attained in the ten
years from 1880 to 1889. Since 1890 the value of exports has not fallen
below $830,000,000, ex'cept in the single year 1895. This increase in the
aggregate value of exx)orts has occurred in sx^ite of a general and remarkable decline in the x^^ces of the articles exported—a decline that has
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conditions under which $863,200,000 were exported in 1896 are not
unlike those of 1891, when the domestic exports were $872,200,000; but
the excess of exx^orts over imx^orts in 1891 w^as only $27,354,087, while
in 1896 it was $83,475,813. So large an excess of exports x^rexDared the
way for rates of foreign exchange more favorable to this country, and
contributed largely to the recent heavy movement of gold from Eurox)e
to the United States in settlement of the trade balances. While the
exx)ort of gold during the fiscal year 1896 was greatly in excess of the
imx^ort, the import in 1897 x'>i'Oitiises to more than turn the scale in
favor of this country.
In 1860 the value of domestic manufactures exported was $40,345,892,
constituting about one-eighth of the total exports of domestic merchandise. In 1876 the value of this class of exports reached $100,000,000,
and in the following year attained $133,933,549. From that year until
1890 there was little change in this value. From 1890 to 1893 there
was a growth of about $20,000,000, and from 1893 to 1896 nearly
$70,000,000 have been added—a remarkable increase, and making the
manufactures more than 26 per cent of the entire domestic export. The
details of this movemejut will be found in the tables printed by the
Bureau of Statistics of this Department in the annual rex^ort on ^'Commerce and Navigation of the United States.' ^
I
The average ad valorem rate of duties, under the tariff law of 1890,
was about 50 per cent. The ad valorem rate in 1896 was 39.94 x^er cent,
producing a revenue of $156,104,599 from imx^orted goods. Imported
sngar yielded $3^,808,140.
REORGANIZATION OF CUSTOMS DISTRICTS.

' The expense of unnecessary customs x^orts has been commented ux^on
heretofore, and I again invite the attention of Congress to the subject.
An examination of the table showing the receipts and exx3enditures of
the Customs Service during the x^ast fiscal 3^ear, which is ax^pended to
this rex3ort,'* will show that in numerous districts there is little or no
business requiring the continuance of customs establishments. Ports
are created by legislative enactment, and there would seem to be a
necessity for such reorganization as will insure a more economical
administration in the collection of the revenue from customs. It is
X^robable that the ax3pointment of a commission to take into consideration the needs of the Service and to prex^are a x^lan of reorganization
would x^rove beneficial. Dex)uty collectoi'S of customs clothed with
power to enter and clear vessels could he stationed at x^laees where their
services are required, and the x)resent outlay for salaries of collectors
and other officers saved, and the necessity for large deficiency ax)x>i*ox3riations obviated.
" See TaMelSro. 1; Report of the Supervising Special Agent; iu the Appendix^ page 802.
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Compensation of collectors of customs.

In certain collection districts the compensation of collectors of
customs is dex^endent, in a great measure, uxDon commissions, fees, and
other emoluments, while in some districts a fixed salary is x^aid.
Besides an apx)reciable saving in the cost of collecting the revenue, a
less complex S3'stem of accounts, and other advantages to the Service
would follow legislation x^roviding for the x^ayment of a fixed compensation to all officers of the customs.
Chinese exclusion.
In his rex^ort to me the Supervising Special Agent* states that during
the x^ast year 5,446 Chinese x^crsons apx)lied for admission to this country. Of this number, 1,521 were in transit to other countries, 415 were
rejected, and 3,510 were admitted. Many difficulties have been encountered by officers charged with the enforcement of the Chinese exclusion
laws, and with few exceptions their duties have been performed with
promptness and in an efficient manner. In my ox)inion, the existing law
should be so amended as to x^iovide suitable penalties in cases where
fraudulent affidavits are made before notaries public in the prex3aration
of X3apers ux3on which claims are made for the admission to this country
of, Chinese x^crsons alleged to be entitled to that right. In one instance
a x3erson was arrested for X3crjury and his discharge was ordered by the
XJnited States commissioner, on the ground that the laws relating to
perjury do not extend to affidavits taken before notaries X3nblic.
Lead-hearing ores.
Under existing law, the samx3ling and assaying of imported ores are
required at the ports of entry. The practice heretofore has been to
transmit samples of all importations of ores to Government assayers,
and upon their rex3orts the entries have been liquidated. To furnish the
necessary facilities at El Paso, Tex.; Bonners Ferry, Idaho, and
Northport, Wash., an ax3X3rox3riation of $45,000 was made for the
erection and equix3ment of suitable buildings as samx3ling works at those
places. The ax3X3rox3riation referred to was the subject of consideration
by this Dex3artment, and was deemed sufficient for the object in view.
An investigation made since the appropriation was passed shows that
the x3roviso that not less than one-fifth of any importation of ores
imported at X30rts at which no facilities for sampling and assaying are
provided be forwarded to ports where such facilities exist, will involve
an outlay so great as to prevent'a strict comx3liance"with the law, ores
being imx3orted, in many instances, at X3laces far distant from either of
the X3orts of El Paso, Bonners Ferry, and Northx^ort. In view of this
fact, no action, bej^ond the x3icx3aration of plans and sx3ecifications for
the erection of the necessary buildings at the ports named, and estimates




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of the cost of such buildings, with their equix3ment, has been taken by
my direction.
It has been suggested that if X3aragrax3h 165 of the tarifi' act of 1894
was amended in such manner as to allow imx^ortations of lead-bearing
ores to be forwarded from the ports of entry, under warehouse and
transportation bond, to any x3roperly equix3X3ed smelting establishirient,
a comx3etent official could be stationed at each of such establishments
to sux3ervise, x3crsonally, the sampling of ores according to commercial
methods, and the samx3les could be submitted then to a regularly
ax3X3ointed Government assayer, for the purx30se of ascertaining the
quantity of lead contained therein. In view of the fact that about 90
per cent of ores imported into this country are consigned to bonded
smelting and refining works, this suggestion meets my approval, and I
commend it to favorable consideration.. This X3lan vfould certainly be
less exx3ensive than the transportation of one-fifth of each imx3ortation
to one of the X30rts having the necessary facilities, as above set forth.
Suggestion has also been made that the administrative difficulties
inherent in the present lavf would disax3X3ear, x3rovided all imported
ores containing lead should be subject to the same duty, whether or not
the. lead or other substances in the ore, chiefly silver, constitute the
greater value of the mass. Under the X3resent law, whether the duty on
imported ore containing lead shall be levied by apx3lying the lead rate,
three-fourths of one cent per X30und, on the whole weight of the ore,
or only on the weight of the lead contained in the mass of ore, depends
ux3on whether the value of the lead is greater or less than that of the
silver or other substances in the ore. This ascertainment is most difficult, involving, as stated above, costl^^ sampling v/orks and a large number of emx3loyees. The inducements held out to fraud, it would seem,
are also many. The plan suggested, however, would not be equitable to
all importers of ores containing lead, for the reason that the X3ercentage of
lead contents in imx3orted ores varies largely, often ranging from 20 per
cent to 60 per cent or over, according to the location of the mines, some
ores being rich in lead and others containing only a comx3aratively small
percentage of that metal. An unjust discrimination would be the result
of the adox3tion of a X3lan x3roviding for a uniform tariff on all imx3orted
ores without regard to their comx3onent ingredients.
Insufficient appropriation.
I earnestly urge upon the attention of the Congress the necessity of
increasing the ax3prox3riation for the collectiou of the revenue from
customs. The fund available for defraying the exx3enses of collecting the
revenue from customs was created by the act of March 3, 1871, now section 3687, Eevised Statutes, and consists of an annual ax3prox3riation of
$5,500,000, ^4n addition to such sums as may be received from fines,
X3enalties, and forfeitures connected with the custsom, and from fees




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paid into the Treasury by customs officers, and from storage, cartage,
dray age, labor, and services.'^ Although the demands ux3on. this apx3ropria^tion have constantly increased with the growth of the country and
the creation of new customs districts and ports, the ax3X3rox3riation at
this time is smaller than it was in 1871. The entries of imx3orted merchandise are almost three times as great now as they were in 1878, the
first 3^ear for.which this data has been officially compiled, while the
total number, of employees throughout the entire service has been
increased less than 50 per cent. In 1871 the miscellaneous receipts
which are credited'to this apx3ropriation amounted to over $1,000,000.
Since then the receix3ts have been largely diminished by legislation
affecting fines, penalties, and forfeitures, and the abolition of many
fees. For the last fiscal year they amounted to only $605,034.53. These
receipts are constantly decreasing, and it has been necessary for Congress to make a deficiency appropriation, for this service for each year
since 1888.
While the deficiency ax3prox3riation for the last fiscal year—$1,150,000—was $380,000 larger than the deficiency for the fiscal year 1895—
$770,000—the revenue collected in 1896 was $7,863,134.22 in excess of
the amount collected in 1895, and the cost of collecting a dollar was
$0.0428, while in 1895 the cost of collecting a dollar was $0.0423.
In 1895 the number of entries of imx3orted merchandise was 822,886,
and the average number of persons employed was 4,485, while in 1896
there were 847,203 entries, and the average number of persons emx3loyed
was 5,085, an increase of 9 X3er cent in the number of entries, while the
number of employees w^as increased but 5 per cent. During the years
1891 to 1894 the average number of entries was 725,868, and the ajverage
expense of collecting the revenue from customs was $6,7885326.72.
Comx3aring these averages with the number of entries and cost of collection in 1896—$7,315,034.53—shows an increase during the year 1896 of
121,335 entries, or nearly 17 per cent, and an increase in exx3enses of
$526,707.81, or less than 8 X3er cent. During the X3ast year it was necessary to considerably increase the force at the port of New York to x3rox3erly sux3ervise the exportations of articles with benefit of drawback of
the duties X3aid, and in order to facilitate the landing of X3assengers and
their baggage at night.
The collector of customs at New York advises me that this increase
of the force at his port has materially assisted his office ^ 4 n the transaction of its business in such manner as to confer great benefit ux^on the
traveling X3nblic, has elicited exx3ressions of public ax3proval and satisfaction, and has enhanced the vigilance of officials, with corresx3onding
benefit to the revenue.'^ I am satisfied that a further sum could prox3erly have been exx3ended in increasing the compensation of deserving
officers who are inadequately paid for the service required of them.
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of collecting the revenue from customs causes serious embarrassment to
the Service and hardship to the emx3loyees. I therefore earnestly recommend that the receix3ts v/hich are credited to the fhnd for the collection
of the revenue from customs be covered into the Treasury and that an
annual apx3rox3riation of at least,$7,500,000 be made for this service.
A table is ax3pended' giving a detailed statement of the' penal duties
remitted by the Dex3a.rtment from January 1, 1896, to November 12,1896,
under the •x3rovisions of sections 5292 and 5293 of the Eevised statutes
as amended by sections 17,18, and 19 of the act of June 22, 1874.' These
remissions amounted in the aggregate to $262,507.62.
INTESHAL B E V E J S ^ U E .

The receix3ts from the several objects of taxation under the internal
revenue laws for the fiscal years ended June 30, 1895 and 1896, were
as follows:
F i s c a l y e a r s e n d e d J u n e 30—
O b i e c t s of t a x a t i o n .

Increase.
1805.

Distilled soirils
JVIanufactured t o b a c c o
Fermented liquors
Miscellaneous collections
Total

^.

S79,862, 027.41
29,704.907.63
3l,640;.617.54
1,409,211.18
028,713.99

S80,670,070.77
30,711, 629.11
33,784,235.26
1,219, 432.4Q
445,248.06

1807,443.36
1,006,721.48
• 2,143,617.72

143,246,077.75

146,8.30, 015. eo

. Decrease.

1S90.

3,534,537.91

§^189 778 72
'183;.46"5.93

Tile receipts from all sources of internal revenue for tho fiscal year
c n d e d J u n e 30, 1896, ATere
'.
1146, 830, 615. G6
Tlie receipts from the same sources for the-fiscal year ended June 30,
1895, were
,.
143,246,077.75
The increase for the fi.scal year just ended being.,

3 , G 8 4 , 537.

The total cost of collection for the fiscal year ended June 30,1896, ^vas..
The total cost of collection for the fiscal year ended June 30,1895, was..

4, 086, 292. 47
4,127, 601.16

Decreased cost of collection for the fiscal j e a i ended. June 30, 1896,
was
o
,

41, 308. G
O

01

The amounts above stated are the receipts actually collected during
the fiscal years mentioned, but in many cases the money collected on
the last day of June is not dex)Osited until the 1st day of July, thus
causing a discreiDancy between the collections and deposits for that year.
A detailed statement of the receipts and expenditures will be found
in the report of the Commissioner of Internal Eevenue."'
The percentage cost of collection for the fiscal year ended June 30,
.1896, was 2.78 per cent, as against 2.81 per cent for the fiscal year ended
June 30, 1895.
The total production of distilled spirits, exclusive of fruit brandies,
for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1896, was 86,588,703 taxable gallons;




"• See Ajipendix, page 508.
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the total production for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1895, was
79,949,595 taxable gallons, showing an increase in production for the
fiscal year just ended of 6,639,108 gallons.
There was also produced during the fiscal year ended June 30,1896,
1,219,190 gallons of apple brandy, 63,037 gallons of peach brandy, and
2,121,625 gallons of grape brandy, making a total production of 3,403,852
gallons from fruits during the 3'ear.
A farther comparison of the two fiscal years shows an increase of
986,946 gallons in the production of apple brandy, an increase of 58,379
gallons in the production of peach brandj^, and an increase of 398,351
gallons of grape brandy for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1896, an
aggregate increase of 1,443,676 gallons produced from, fruits as compared with the previous fiscal 3^ear.
The quantity of distilled spirits gauged for the fiscal year ended
June 30, 1896, was 269,334,762 gallons; the quantity gauged for the
fiscal year ended June 30, 1895, was 265,688,906 gallons, making an
increase in the quantity gauged for the fiscal year just ended of 3,645,856
gallons. '
During the fiscal year ended June 30, 1896, 6,187 distilleries of all
kinds were operated ; for the preceding fiscal year 2,429 distilleries of
all kinds Y/ere operated, a comparison showing an increase of 3,758 in
theaiumber of distilleries operated for the fiscal year just ended.
During the fiscal year ended June 30, 1896, there were produced
35,859,250 barrels of beer-'"^; the number of barrels produced during the
fiscal year ended June 30, 1895, was 33,589,784, niaking an increased
loroduction for the fiscal 3^ear just ended of 2,269,466 barrels.
For the fiscal year ended June 30, 1896, the total receipts from the
taxes on tobacco, cigars, cigarettes, snuff, etc., were $30,711,629.11.
The receipts from the same sources for the fiscal year ended June 30,
1895, were $29,704,907.63, showing an increase of $1,006,721.48 for the
fiscal year ended June 30, 1896.
ENGRAVINGr AND PRINTING.

The operations of the Bureau having charge of this work have been
exceedingly gratifying. The cost of the work has been materially
reduced, as shown by the reiDort of the Director of that Bureau.! During the last three years its work has increased 74 per cent, while the
expenditures have only increased 11.99 percent. The saving to the
Government on the work of the year now under consideration, on the
basis of former cost, is $168,488.04. Out of the appropriations made
for the expenses of the work during the year, $45,460.68 remains unexpended, to ])e covered back into the Treasury in accordance Avith law.
These results could only have been accomplished by watchful care in
the management of the Bureau.
•"' Include^ 35,152 barrels removed from breweries for export free of tax.
tSec Ax)pendix, -page 567.



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The manufacture of adhesive postage stamps for the Post-Office
Department has been continued during the year, in accordance with the
arrangement made with that Department, with satisfactory results.
The saving on this work, by reason of its execution in the Bureau, for
the year is $25,124.48. The stamjDS nov/furnished by the Bureau are
equal to any that have ever been furnished by private companies. .
The work on the new designs for silver certificates was completed
during the year, and certificates of the denominations of one dollar, two
dollars, and five dollars have been issued.
•
I desire to again call attention to the urgeuij neeci of the Bureau of an
outbuilding to take the iDlace of the temporary wooden sheds now used.
Estimates of the cost of this building will be again submitted, and I
urge upon Congress the appropriation of the necessary money for its
construction.
IMMIGRATION.

The annual report of the Commissioner-General of Immigration*.for.
the fiscal year ended June 30, 1896, shows that there arrived in this
country 343,267 immigrants, of whom 340,468 were permitted to land,
and 2,799 were debarred and returned to the countries whence they
came at the expense of the steamship companies by which they were
brought. The increase in immigration over the preceding year
amounted to 84,731. Those denied admission into the United States
included 2,010 who were likely to become i3ublic charges, and 776 who
were held to be contract laborers. There were also returned 238 who
had become i^ublic charges within a year after landing, some, if the
cause of falling into distress existed iDrior to arrival, at the expense of
the steamship companies responsible for their transportation, the others
at the expense of the immigrant fund. From causes arising within one
year after landing, 1,946 immigrants fell into temporary distress, and
the cost of their maintenance and hosiDital charges were paid either by
steamship companies or from the immigrant fund as found to be proper.
The Commissioner-General reports that, with some exceptions, the
immigrants of the past year were of a hardy laboring class, accustomed
and able to earn a living wherever industrious people can obtain employment. It is estimated that the money brought with them amounted
to at least almost $5,000,000, and was probably much in excess of that
figure, since only those having less than $30 are required to disclose
the exact amount, and it is known that very many bring the savings of
years in order to buy land and build homes. It is to be noted that
among immigrants of the past year, over fourteen years of age, 28.63
13er cent were illiterate, as against 20.37 per cent for the fiscal year
ended Juno 30, 1895. Illiteracy in the United States by the census of
1890 was 13.94 per cent of its population over ten years of age. The
heaviest immigration of the year has been from Italy, 57,515 over four^Full report omitted from this volume for Avant of space.



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teen years, and contained 54.59 per cent of illiterate; Ireland, 37,496,
7 per cent illiterate; Eussia, 35,188, 41.14 j^er cent illiterate; AustriaHungary and j)rovinces, 57,053, 38.92 per cent illiterate; Germany,
25,334, 2.96 per cent illiterate; Sweden, 18,824, 1.16 per cent illiterate ;
while from Portugal came 2,067, of whom 77.69 i^er cent were illiterate.
The question as to what proiDortion of the annual arrivals becomes
permanent residents has engaged the Bureau of Immigration, and while
it has not been i)racticable to obtain strictly accurate data on the subject, sufQcient information has been gathered to indicate that, owing to
many who are yearly returning to their old homes, a very large deduction must be made from the arrivals to ascertain how many become
permanent residents of the United States, and the Commissioner-General doubts whether there has been any material increase in the foreign
population of the United States since 1893.
There has been a decrease in Japanese immigration, there having
arrived only 1,110, and the Commissioner-General reports the recent
apprehension of a large migration from Jai3an to the United States to
have been without foundation.
Additional j)recautions to.guard the interests of the Immigration
Service in respect to those European.immigrants who arrive by way of
Canada have been arranged, v/hich will be found fully detailed in the
Commissioner-General's report. .
The immigration laws have been found to work with reasonable satis^
faction, but- practical administration has demonstrated the necessity for
numerous minor amendments and additions, all of which are set forth
by the Commissioner-General, with whose recommendations in respect
thereto I concur.
The Department has under contract at this time at Ellis Island, l^ew
York Harbor, a number of necessary improvements, not the least of which
is the enlargement of the island by reclaiming from the river about 2.79
acres of land, the value of which will far exceed the cost of the work.
Additional accommodations for the care and comfort of immigrants have
also been x^rovided or are in course of building.
The policy as to the sale a,.nd rental of certain privileges at Ellis
Island has been modified with good results. Formerly these privileges
were awarded to the highest bidder, but exx)erience showed that the
privilege holder expected to make back the price of his privilege from
the necessities of immigrants. Privileges are now granted to those who
undertake to exchange money, transport baggage, furnish provisions,
and other necessities at prices most beneficial to the immigrant. This
change has resulted in a loss to the revenue of about $17,000 a year,
but it is thought the benefits which v\^ill accrue to immigrants, for whose
welfare the immigrant fund is in part maintained, will more than compensate the Service in this instance.




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Alien contract-labor laiv.
The enforcement of the alien contract-labor law has specially engaged
the Immigration Service, and the vigilance of officials has resulted in
the deportation of several hundred persons who came in violation of
that law, and doubtless the care with which this law is enforced has
I)revented many other contemx3lated violations not only, by those who
might otherwise have sought labor or service abroad, but also by those
who might have accepted such employment. The Commissioner-General
again calls the attention of Congress to the necessity for a revision of the
laws relating to this subject, and i3oints out certain defects which render
it sometimes difficult to secure convictions in cases where the law has
undoubtedly been violated. I concur in his recommendations.
MARINE-HOSPITAL SERVICE.

The rei3ort of the Surgeon-General of the Marine-Hospital Service*
deals, first, with the operations of the Service in its relation to the seamen of the merchant marine, and, second, in its relation to the i3ublic
health. The report shows that for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1896,
the total number of patients treated by the Service in its hospitals and
dispensaries was 53,804, of which number 12,954 were treated in hospital;
and 40,850 received relief at the several hospital dispensaries.
Aid given to other branches of the Government service is enumerated
as follows:
(1) Aid to Life-Saving Service: One thousand two hundred and
ninety-seven keepers and surfmen were examined as to their physical
qualifications, of which number 12 w^ere rejected. Sixty-three applicants for admission to the Service as surfmen were also rejected on account of physical defects. Two hundred and ^ve claims for pensions
and other benefits provided by the act of May 4, 1882, made by keepers
and crews of the Life-Saving Service, were received and passed ui3on in
the Office of the Surgeon-General.
(2) Aid to the Inspection Service of Steam Yessels: Eleven hundred
and three i)ilots were examined with regard to their ability to distinguish color, and 58 rejected on account' of color blindness.
(3) Aid to the Eevenue Cutter Service: Four officers of the Eevenue
Cutter Service—candidates for promotion—and 54 candidates for the
grades of cadet and assistant engineer were examined physically, of
which las': number 8 were rejected. Five hundred and eighty-two
seamen were examined i3rior to enlistment, and 27 rejected. Ten boards
of officers of the Marine-Hospital Service have been convened during
the fiscal year for the physical examinations above mentioned. The
retiring board for the Eevenue Cutter Service, composed of officers of
the Marine-Hospital Service convened by the President, under the act
of Congress approved March 2, 1895, was dissolved by the President
September 8, 1896.
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(4) Aid to the Immigration Service: At all ports of entry in the
United States where immigrants disembark, medical officers of the
Marine-Hospital Service have been detailed for the medical inspection
of immigrants, in accordance with the i3rovisions of the law.
The report contains a statement of the condition of the 21 marine hospitals, with a detailed account of the repairs and alterations made and
still needed. During the year the marine hospital at Cleveland, Ohio,
which for twenty years had been occupied by the Lakeside Hospital
Association, under lease, was turned over to the Department, and is now
conducted as one of the regular hospitals of the Service.
Attention is invited to the necessity of a marine hospital for the port
of New York, where the sick and disabled seamen of the merchant
marine are now treated in a rented building at Stapleton, Staten Island.
Copies of resolutions urging Congress to appropriate funds for a marine
hospital for this port are on file in the Bureau from the Chamber of
Commerce, Maritime Exchange, and other commercial bodies of ISTew
York. Within a year the lease of the present hospital building will
expire, and some action by Congress will therefore be necessary to provide for the proper care of sick and disabled seamen at this, our chief
•seai30rt. I concur in the recommendation of the Surgeon-General that
Congress take approi3riate action in this matter.
- The report further calls attention to the necessity for shelter for deck
^
crews on western rivers, to scurvy among seamen, and the action necessary to ]3revent the same now under consideration in Congress, and contains a special rei3ort upon the i3roper schedule of rations for seamen
engaged in American vessels on long vo^^ages.
Contributed articles by the officers of the Service relating to their
medical and surgical work during the year, and historical sketches of
several of the marine hospitals, are included in the report.
In the ]3urveying division of the Bureau 370 requisitions for medical
and other supplies to meet the needs of 21 marine hospitals and 41
additional relief stations of the Service have been filled. Twelve
national quarantine stations, 2 detention camps, and the immigrant
hospital at Ellis Island, IsTew York, have also received their supplies
through this division.
The total available amount of the marine-hospital fund during the
fiscaly^ear was $583,380.58; the expenditures were $559,476.24, leaving
on hand at the close of the fiscal year $53,433.87. The balance of the
appropriation for the prevention of epidemic diseases, available June
30, 1896, was $504,340.45.
The Surgeon-General reports a reduction in the expenditures payable
from the marine-hospital fund, brought about chiefly by rigid scrutiny
of requisitions, and the i3revention of unnecessary admissions into the
contract hospitals, and the improper detention of i3atients therein, this
latter being prevented h j a new regulation requiring patients whose
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days to be transported at once, if their condition permits, to the
nearest United States marine hospital, or at the expiration of twenty
days' treatment in a contract hospital, the same transfer to be effected;
the cost of inaintaining patients in the regular marine hospitals being
much less than in the contract hospitals. Although the number of
patients in hospital during the fiscal year 1896 was about the same as
in 1895, the expenditures i3a,yable from the marine-hospital fund were
for the fiscal year 1896 about $16,000 less than for the fiscal year 1895.
Fublic health service.
Under this head the rei3ort of the Surgeon-General contains the history for the year of the four principal epidemic diseases—cholera,
yellow fever, smallpox, and i3lague.
Cholera was violently epidemic in Egypt, and the chief concern of the
sanitary authorities of the United States was on account of a fear that
it might be carried to the several Mediterranean i3orts of Europe, particularly ISTaples, from w^hich i3ort came during the past season a large
13roportion of the immigration to the United States. The MarineHospital Service made arrangements for prompt notification should
the disease ai3pear in l^aples, and by ax3propriate action through the
State Department caused a rigid observance at Alexandria of the
Treasury regulation which i3rohibits the shii3ment of rags from cholerainfected ports to the United States.
The Surgeon-General calls attention to the responsibility resting upon
the government having territorial jurisdiction in the countries where
cholera finds its breeding place, and in the countries subjected to the
incursion of this disease through Mohammedan i3ilgrimages, and he refers
to contributed articles showing the methods by which the spread of this
disease may be prevented and its prevalence in its breeding places be
greatly diminished. Yellow fever.
Under this heading are included reports from the sanitary inspector
of the Marine-Hospital Service at Eio de Janeiro, giving the history of
the disease in that city, the cause of its continuance, and showing the
ravages it makes, particularly among the newly arrived immigrants.
The statistical table shows the continued prevalence of the disease in
Cuba, and the constant danger of its extension to the neighboring shores
of the United States, particularly from Habana, as set forth at length in
the special report giving a historical sketch of the epidemics in the
United States, which are traceable directly to Habana; and making
protest against the unsanitary condition of that port, to which is chiefly
due the continued prevalence of the disease.
A special communication upon this subject was addressed to the
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thereon is included in the report. Eeference is especially made to the
i:esolution passed by the American Public Health Association declaring
it to be the duty of every government possessing a seaport continuously
infected with yellow fever to adopt such engineering and other sanitary
measures -as may be necessary to cause the disax)pearance of the disease.
Smcdl2:>ox.

Bmallpox is reported as having prevailed in 22 States, the point of
greatest focal activity being the State of Louisiana, where, in j^ew
Orleans, it assumed an epidemic form, there being, up to August 1,
1896, 952 cases and 256 deaths since the 1st of E"ovember, 1895. The
epidemic came to an end in the early fall. The Marine-Hospital Bureau
was called n^on to assist in the suppression of this disease, particularly
in Arkansas, where, in Crittenden Gountj^., a cami3 was established and
other measures taken to prevent the extension of the pest to neighboring States, and in Key West, Fla., where the State health officer was
aided in his e:fforts by the detail of an experienced medical officer of
tiie Marine-Hos]3ital Service, who, under direction from the Bureau,
established and maintained a detention camp.
. Aid was also rendered to New Orleans, Mobile, and Apalachicola by
the general vaccination of the crews of all steamers arriving at those
ports.
Mational quarantine administration—Foreign.
in the enforcement of the quarantine regulations of the Treasury
Department in foreign ports, sanitary inspectors of the Marine-Hospital
Service were maintained throughout the year at Habana, Santiago de
Cuba, Panama, Eio de Janeiro, and Yokohama, Japan, and during a
portion of the year at Honolulu. A full report from the sanitary
inspector at Habana gives in detail the extreme care exercised to prevent yellov/' fever being carried to the United States. Special precautions were taken with regard to baggage, even during the winter months
the baggage of ]3assengers bound for Florida being critically examined,
and if considered at all dangerous stamped with a label which called
for disinfection at the port of arrival.
Several complaints having been received concerning the incomplete
information furnished by the .consular bills of health, by request of
this Department instructions were issued by the Honorable Secretary
of State to consular officers, calling their attention to the deficiencies
and enjoining upon them a strict compliance with all details of tho
regulations.
Eeports from two United States consuls, one at Havre, France, and
the other at Kobe, Japan, are published in full as illustrating the value
of intelligent observance of the quarantine regulations of the Treasury
Department which are to be enforced in foreign i3orts immediately on
the appearance of epidemic dasease.



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.Administration of the Treasury quaraniine regulations at quarantine ports
of the United States.
In the enforcement of the quarantine regulations in United States
ports there were 34 fines imposed upon vessels entering v/ithout the
consular bill of health required by the act of February 15, 1893.
Several circular letters containing amendments and instructions concerning the regulations were issued, and included the following subjects, nameljM ^N'otification to be given to State health authorities of
the interior of the departure of immigrants arrived U23on vessels upon
which contagious disease has appeared; relapsing fever made a quarantinable disease; quarantine order requiring at national quarantine,
stations the disinfection of vessels from suspected latitudes unless specially authorized by the Bureau to give pratique without disinfection;
request made of all State and local quarantines to send weekly reports
to the Bureau for publication in the weekly edition of the Public Health
Ee]3orts, which are transmitted to all quarantine stations; letters concerning tresi3ass on quarantine anchorage, upon the boarding of vessels
by unauthorized persons before inspection, and upon the right to forcible detention of persons in quarantine. The rei3ort also gives an
account of special measures to prevent the introduction, of yellow fever
into Key West through Cuban refugees or returning filibusters; also
the measures taken to secure the cooperation of the Canadian authbrities in enforcing the disinfection of baggajge of all Chinese immigrants
arriving at ports on the Pacific coast.
Relations with Sta/te and local quarantine authorities.
The relations of the Marine-Hospital Service with the State and local
authorities have been generally of an amicable character, although a number of differences of opinion have naturally arisen relative to resi)ective
rights and propriety of procedure. The Surgeon.-General reports that
the local authorities have almost without exception given their hearty
cooi3eration to the Bureau. At Portland, Me., the authorities request
the Government. to take possession of the station. At Baltimore, by
reason of representations made, the quarantine inspection service is
now maintained throughout the year instead of, as formerly, through
the summer and fall months onlyo At Key West a steam disinfecting
chamber has been provided, as required by the Treasury regulations,
the attention of the authorities having been called to the necessity of
this ]3rovision. At Apalachicola a sanitary inspector of the MarineHospital Service was appointed during the winter months to make the
necessary inspection of vessels, the local quarantine having been discontinued, and later, the regulation requiring disinfection of vessels
from yellow fever infected ports has been enforced by directing the
collector of customs to refuse entry to vessels from such ports, unless
provided with the certificates of discharge from a fally equipped quar-




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TREASURY.

antine station, it having been found that an attemi3t was made to disinfect
vessels without the proi3er appliances.
The sujpport of the Bureau was given to the State health officer of
Florida in his controversy with the city council of Key West at the
time small]30x was epidemic in that city, and pecuniary assistance was
rendered to the same officer by the establishment and maintenance of a
cami3 for the detention of those who had been exposed to the disease.
The report of the Surgeon-General also contains the correspondence
conducted by this Department with the Governor of Mississippi concerning the United States quarantine station at Shii3 Island and the establishment of a supi3lemental station by the State authorities on Cat Island.
The allegations concerning the United States quarantine station at Ship
Island, made by one of the State quarantine officers, were answered in a
letter prepared by the Surgeon-General and duly forwarded, to which no
rejoinder has been received.
The relations of the Marine-Hospital Bureau and its representative
in ISTew Orleans with the president and quarantine officers of the board
of health of Louisiana are amicable, but the board of health, as shown
i n the report, still objects to Federal surveillance as required by the
.act of Congress of February 15, 1893.
At San Francisco, while the quarantine station on Angel Island has
always been under the management of the Marine-Hospital Service, the
boarding and inspecting of vessels has until recently been carried on by
the local quarantine officer. Congress, during the last session, jnade
ax3i3rox)riation for placing the boarding vessel belonging to the MarineHospital Service in commission, and, accordingly,.the Service is now
performing the full quarantine function at this i3ort. Some objection
was made at first on the part of the San Francisco board of health, but
subsequently^ the same body transmitted a special request to the Secretary of the Treasury that the collector of customs be directed to
require the quarantine certificate of the national quarantine officer
before admitting vessels to entry.
Division of sanitary reports and statistics.
The editing of the Public Health Eeports, issued weekly by the
Bureau, has been conducted in this division. A table of mortality
statistics for the calendar year 1895 is presented, based upon replies to
a circular letter addressed to all cities and towns in the United States
having a population, according to the census of 1890, of 1,000 or more.
Three thousand seven hundred and fifteen of these circular letters were
sent out, and 1,715 replies received. From these replies the table of mortality statistics of 1,461 cities and towns has been prepared. An inquiry
has been begun by circular letter with a view to ascertaining the laws
and regulations at present in force in the different States and municipalities to prevent the spread of tuberculosis.



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Sygienic laboratory.
In the hygienic laboratory investigations have been continued with
regard to diphtheria and diphtheria antitoxin; the etiology, pathology,
and pro]3hylaxis of pneumonia; and concerning vaccinia and the serum
therapy of smallpox. Other subjects of investigation in the laboratory have been: The water supi3ly of Washington, D. C.; enteric and
malarial fevers; the disinfection of the mails, bank notes, library and
school books; the sanitary condition and disinfection of railway coaches;
and a new disinfecting agent, formaldehyd gas, by the use of which the
process of all disinfection i3romises to become simplified.
The report calls attention to the necessity of a separate buildiAg for
the use of the laboratory. The Sjpace jprovided by i3resent quarters in
the fourth story of the Butler Building is too small, and is, moreover,
required by the Bureau for office room; but a greater reason is the
danger to the occupants of the building. An ap]3roi3riation has
accordingly been included in the estimates submitted to Congress by
this Department.
Other public health measures conducted by the Service have been an
inquiry by circular letter concerning the water supply and disposal of
sewage and garbage of the cities and towns of the United States, the
bacteriological study of the water supply of San Francisco, and a consideration of the prevalence and i3revention of the spread of tuberculosis.
The closing portion of the Surgeon-General's report gives a brief
description of the health service of the United States as it now exists,
and resolutions passed by certain medical and sanitary associations
relative to the enlarging the scope and facilities of the Marine-Hospital
organization.
REVENUE CUTTER SERVICE.

The general and varied vv^ork of the Eevenue Cutter Service, embraced
in its operations upon the Atlantic Seaboard ; the patrol of the IsTorth
Pacific and Bering Sea, caring for the interests of the Government and
of commerce as far north as Point Barrow in the. Arctic Ocean ; the vigi• lance and activity of its officers and vessels upon the Florida coast and
elsew^here in the enforcement of the neutrality laws, in addition to the
13erformance of its distinctively routine duties; in the enforcement of
the customs and navigation laws; in the saving of life; the relief of
distressed navigators, Avherever and whenever found—abundantly commend its value and efficiency as an arm of the i3ublic service. There
has not been a single year in the history of the Service when, with
its old and badly adapted class of vessels and depleted personnel, its
resources have been as severely taxed as they have been during the one
just closed, and yet, with the numerous calls made upon the organization, it has ably met them and an incomx3arable record of service rendered is presented.
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Statistics.
An active i3atrol of the coast line, rivers and harbors of the United
States, especially on the sea. Gulf, and Great Lakes, has been maintained,
and in the performance of this work the vessels of the Service have
cruised an aggregate of 307,133 nautical miles; boarded and examined
20,250 vessels of the merchant marine, of which number 645 v/ere
reported to the proper authorities for violations of the United States
customs and navigation laws, incurring penalties in the sum of $210,994,
During the year 67 vessels, with 694 persons on board, in actual distress,
were assisted, the value of the vessels and their cargoes amounting to
$1,011,807. The.pecuniary value of the services thus rendered to the
Government and to commerce represents a sum equal to $1,222,801,
which is $287,801 in excess of the annual appropriation for the maintenance of the Service.
In aid of the Life-Saving Establishment, vessels of the Service have
cruised 6,681 miles.
The lives of 78 persons were saved, 60 of whom were actually taken
from the water and rescued from drowning. The lives of twelve others
were saved from vessels capsized in a hurricane near Savannah, Ga., while
five others were resci ed after their escape from a wreck, where they were
found in destitute condition.
Special services.
For inspecting, drilling, and disciplining life-saving crews and superintending the construction of life-saving stations there have been constantly on duty with the Life-Saving Service, under the direction of its
General Superintendent, 12 officers of the Eevenue Cutter Service.
The entire time and attention of these officers has been devoted to the
work of the Life-Saving Service.
There have been on duty on detached service, in connection with the
construction of new vessels for the Service, 18 officers of all grades.
The Service has, wheu all grades are full, but 222 officers, from which it
will be seen that the number required for duty in the Life-Saving Service
under the act api3roved June 18, 1878 (12), and those absolutely necessary for special work, such as the superintendence of vessels building
(18), and other special work (8), making 38 .in all^ makes a serious
reduction of the force actually required for duty afloat, on the 36 vessels
in commission.
Lieut. G. L. Garden, E. C. S., while in charge of the launch Scout,
at Friday Harbor, San Juan Island, Washington, on September 4,1895,
was appealed to by the civil authorities at that place for assistance in
protecting from mob violence" 2 men charged with murder, who were
threatened with lynching. Lieutenant Garden responded to the call of
the authorities, received the prisoners on board his vessel, and held the
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the prisoners to Whatcom, Wash:, and delivered them into the custody
of the State authorities at that place.
The duty annually performed by the Eevenue Cutter Service, under
the provisions of section 1536, Eevised Statutes, to afford aid to distressed navigators during the v/inter months, was performed on the
l^orth Atlantic Coast by 5 vessels of the Service, designated by the
President for the work. During the four months from December 1,1895,
to April 1,1896, these vessels cruised 20,071 nautical miles, boarded and
examined 1,553 vessels, and assisted 22, valued with their cargoes at
$239,382.
The steamer Corivin, Capt. F. M. Munger, was ordered from Port
Townsend, Wash., on February 11, 1896, to cruise in search of the
British bark Gadzan Forrest., supposed to have met lyith disaster ou the
coast of Yancouver. The Corwin returned after a cruise of ten days
without tidings of the missing vessel, having cruised a distance of 892
nautical miles. While on this cruise, Captain Munger reports having
found the British sealing schooner Wanderer wrecked on the coast near
San Jasef Bay. He succeeded in rescuing the master and 4 men from the
wreck, whom he found in destitute condition, without means of relief
or transi3ortation, and conveyed them to Yictoria, British Columbia.
During the severe hurricane that swej3t the coast in September last
First Assistant Engineer Geo. B. Maher^ E. C. S., in charge of the
launch Tybec at Savannah, Ga., with the crew of that vessel, rendered
conspicuous service in saving the crews, 12 persons in all, of several
vessels capsized in the river off Savannah.
Capt. W. J, Herring, E. C. S., with the officers and crew of the
steamer Morrill, rendered valuable aid during four hours of continuous
labor in extinguishing a conflagration on the cotton wharves at Mobile,
Ala., and saved the life of the master of the burning Sv/edish barkentine Verdandi,
Under the i3rovisions of the act, approved March 6, 1896, relating to
the anchorage and movements of vessels i n the St. Marys Eiver, Michigan, rules and regulations were formulated and promulgated, and the
steamer Johnson, Capt. A. B. Davis, E. C. S., commanding, with a
full complement of officers and men, was stationed in the St. Marys
Eiver, for the enforcement of the law during the season of navigation.
The work has been performed in a most creditable and efficient manner;
the rules and regulations appear to have met every exigency, and vessel
owners, masters, and others interested in the vessel carrying trade of
the great IsTorthwest have freely expressed their appreciation and praise
of the manner in which the law has been put into operation.
Fairol of the North Facific and Bering Sea.
F o r t h e enforcement of the provisions of the acts of Congress, approved
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and the President's proclamations, issued April 9 and 14,. 1896, the
patrol of the ISTorth Pacific and Bering Sea was i3erformed this year, as
it was last, by a fleet of vessels of the Eevenue Cutter Service, under
the command of Capt. C. L. Hooper, E. C. S. Six vessels—the Wolcott, Capt. M. L. Phillips; the Grant, Capt. J. A. Slamm ; the Ferry^
Capt. H. D. Smith; the Rush, Capt. W. H. Eoberts; the Cortvin,
Capt. W. D. Eoath; and the Bear, Capt. Francis Tuttle—sailed at
the opening of the season and cruised actively until its close, disbanding at Unalaska September 19 last. The able cai3tains and other officers
and the faithful crews of the fleet have, under the skillful direction of
the officer in command, met every emergency and are deserving of the
highest consideration and i3raise. This fleet has cruised over 100,000
nautical miles, boarded and examined 116 different vessels, of which number 66 were engaged in fur sealing. Of this latter number, 54 were British
and 12 American. These vessels were boarded by the several cutters of
the patrol fleet in the aggregate 340 times, and the boarding officers
actually handled, counted, and scrutinized 46,900 seal skins. There
were 4 British and 3 American vessels seized for violation of the fursealing regulations, all of which were disposed of in accordance with
the law.
The Bear made her annual cruise to Point Barrow in the Arctic
Ocean, discontinued the refuge station there, the Department being
Batisfied that the necessitj^ for its continuance had ceased, and disposed
of the property in accordance with instructions.
While on this cruise the Bear encountered heavier ice and more of
it than had been known in the Bering Sea for a great many years, the
harbor of Port Clarence being closed against her with i3ack ice, a condition hardly ever known before; but, notwithstanding the unfavorable
conditions, the ship made a most successful cruise.
In the interest of the Educational Bureau of the Department of the
Interior, the Bear visited St. Lawrence Island, Indian Point, St,
Lawrence Bay, Cape Prince of Wales, St. Michaels, Unalaklik, Galovin
Bay, and, when the ice pack cleared. Port Clarence, where arms and
ammuiiition were landed for the reindeer station at that place.
The brig Geneva, of San Francisco, was rescued from the ice and
towed to an anchorage in the harbor of St. Michaels. The officers of
the Bear made a rough survey of St. Michaels Harbor and plotted the
soundings on outline Coast Survey charts, and the same character of
work was done at Unalaklik; the latter place was never before visited
h j a national vessel.
At Point Ho]3e 15 men from the wrecked whaling brig Hidalgo were
taken on board and given transportation to Unalaska.
The mission school at Point Barrow was sui3plied with provisions
and fuel, and that at Indian Point with fuel. The whaling station at
Point Barrow was i3rovided with fuel for the winter. This was Captain
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and his officers are deserving of high commendation for the efficient
and cheerful manner in which they performed their hazardous and
responsible work.
f
The Rush J Cajpt. W. H. Eoberts, in addition to her regular cruising in
the IsTorth Pacific and Bering Sea, was of service to the exx3erts appointed
under the provisions of the public resolution of June 8, 1896, in the
prosecution of their labors.
The surgeon of the Bering Sea fieet, stationed with Capt. C. L.
Hooi3er, commanding, at Unalaska, rendered medical aid and treatment
to 137 persons of the native x3opulation, besides that extended to the
officers and enlisted men of the fleet.
Cuba.
. Owing to the condition of affairs on the Island of Cuba, and the
frequent attempts to send illegal expeditions from the United States,
it has been found necessary to maintain, during the entire year, several
vessels on the coast of Florida, for the enforcement of the neutrality
laws. To this end the cutters Forward, Morrill, McLane, and Winona
have formed a cordon of vigilant sentinels around the peninsula of Florida, from Pensacola on the west. Key West and Tortugas on the south,
to Cai3e Florida on the east coast. T h e presence of these vessels in
Florida waters has greatly assisted in breaking up or scattering filibustering ex]3editions. The following instances afford evidence of the
watchfulness of the Service in enforcing the neutrality laws:
On September 17, 1895, the Winona, Captain Abbey, seized, at Bahia
Honda, Florida, the schooner La7% with a crew of 37 i3ersons on board.
On September 19,1895, the McLane, Captain Hand, seized the steamer
Antinett off Big Pine Key, Bahia Honda, Florida, having on board 7
Cubans and firearms.
On December 5, 1895, the Winoiia, Captain Abbey, and the Forward,
Cai)tain Eoberts, discovered a camp at Middle Cape Sable, Florida,
recently occupied by some fifty persons, where army outfits and medical
supplies were found concealed in and about the camp recently abandoned, which gave evidence of the enterprise in which its occupants
were engaged.
On March 4, 1896, the Monnll, Captain Herring, seized the schooner
S. R. Mallory off Long Inlet, west coast of Florida, having a cargo of
arms, ammunition, hospital stores, and other articles of army outfit
valued at $25,000.
. On May 23,1896, the Boutwell, Captain Kilgore, detained the steamer
Three Friends in Savannah Eiver, Georgia, after she had taken on board
munitions of war, and convoyed her thence to Jacksonville, Fla.
On June 25, 1896, the Winona, Captain Gooding, seized the steamer
City of Richmond in Biscayne Bay, Florida, having on board 34 Cubans
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steamer Three Friends. While en route with the City of Richmond, the
Three Friends was fallen in with, when she was also seized, and both
vessels were taken to Key West.
All the above-named vessels, the people on board, and their cargoes
were delivered into the custody of the proper authorities.
The Bouiwell, Colfax, and Windom are at this time engaged in the same
character of effective service on the coast from Wilmington, 'N. C , to
Jacksonville, Fla.
New vessels.
The vessel for the ^New England Coast and one for the Great Lakes,
authorized by the Fifty-third Congress, are in course of construction at
East Boston, Mass., and Cleveland, Ohio, respectively. Fair progress
is being made on the IsFew England Coast shi]3, and it is hoped that it
will be delivered to the Government before the close of the current
fiscal year, Avhiie the lake vessel is nearing completion and will be
ready to go into commission with the opening of navigation on the lakes
in the spring.
The vessel authorized for service on the Pacific coast is in course of
construction by the Wm. Cramp < 8ons Ship and Engine Building Com&
pany, at Phiiadelphia, and the indications are that it will be finished in
the first days of January next.
The vessel for harbor service at San Francisco is nearing completion
at Seattle, Wash.
Two vessels for service on the Great Lakes were authorized just before
adjournment of the last session of Congress, and the plans and specifications ux3on which to invite proposals for their construction are nearly
ready; it is expected that contracts will be entered into for their construction early in December.
It will be seen from the foregoing that Congress has provided for five
new vessels for this Service. There are in service at this time many
vessels that are very old, some of them relics of the late war. The age
and consequent bad condition of many of the vessels of the Service
involve an outlay in repairs, to keej) them even fit for use, of considerable sums of money every year, and, as time goes on, the necessity for
large exi)enditures in this direction becomes inevitable. It is not
economical or consistent with good administration to continue a i3ractice of longstanding, which, in the absence of remedial legislation by
Congress, must continue to be followed, of laying out money on the old,
small, and obsolete type of vessels which now compose the fleet.
There are now pending in the House of Eepresentatives bills for the
construction of two vessels for the Gulf Coast, two for the Pacific, and
one for the Atlantic Coast—for the ISTew York station—all of which
have my api3roval, and have passed the Senate; All of these are absolutely necessary.
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and collecting more customs duties than all other ports in the country
combined, has been without a sea-going cruiser for more than two 3^ears.
The new vessels for the Pacific and Gulf coasts are essential to the
efficiency of the Service in those waters, and I earnestly recommend
that the bills now i3ending in the House, providing forfi^venew vessels,
may be i3assed and the necessary authority to build them be granted
at tho earliest time practicable. I further recommend, that a vessel for
harbor service at Boston, Mass., to take the place of the one now there;
another for harbor service at l^ew York, one for like service at Philadeli3hia, and a fourth for the work on the St. Marys Eiver, to enforce
the x3rovisions of the act approved March 6, 1896, be provided for.
It should be understood that the new vessels recommended are not to
be additions to the fleet, but are designed to take the place of a like
number of old vessels which should be sold.
The extensive coast line, the multifarious and constantly increasing
labors devolving upon the Eevenue Cutter Service, under the requirement of the law, demand that an efficient class of vessels, and enough of
them, be provided by Congress.
Fersonnel.
In my last annual report I took occasion to say:
°
'' There is no branch of the i3ublic service which, in a time of peace,
requires such continuous, laborious, and hazardous service as this, nor
is there any other branch in which the compensation is so inadequate
in comparison with the character and extent of the work performed.
The duties imposed upon the officers engaged in this service often subject them to great exposure and hardshii3, and require the exercise of a
high order of skill and discretion, and it is, therefore, of the first
importance that the mental and physical qualifications of the force
should not be impaired by the retention of old, infirm; or otherwise
disabled members. The simple X30wer, which now exists, to place an
officer on ^'waiting orders,". but with no authority to. fill his place on
the active list by promotion, is not sufficient to i3reserve the efficiency
of the Service, and unless further legislation is granted the injurious
effects of the present system will soon b^ severely felt."
Yery great benefit has resulted from the act aj)i3roved March 2,1895,
under the provisions of which 39 officers were retired from active service because of the infirmities of age and physical disabilities incurred
in the line of duty. But the enactment referred to x3rovided for those
only who were incapacitated at the date of the ai3]3roval of the act, and,
therefore, under the law as it now stands, - should an officer become disabled his place can not be filled by promotion, but he must be continued on the active list, no matter what may be the necessities of the
Service, and thus the original condition of things, the retention ux3on
the lists of the officers i3hysically disqualified, must be soon restored.
There is now upon the calendar of the House, Senate Bill 1461, the
provisions of which meet my cordial approval, and I earnestly recom*mend that it be enacted into law at the earliest practicable date.



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TREASURY.

Fensions.
There arc in the Eevenue Cutter Service about 900 enlisted men of
all grades. These men are enlisted for a term of three years, and in
the same way that men are enlisted for the Army and l^avy. Under
the provisions of section 4714, Eevised Statutes, the officers and seamen
of the Eevenue Cutter Service, who may be wounded or disabled in the
discharge of their duty, ^ ^ while cooi3erating with the IsTavy, by order of
the President," may be placed upon the !N"avy pension list. The ordinar3^.duties devolved upon the Eevenue Cutter Service a^re fraught
with greater risk of life and limb than that incurred by the Army or
Ii^avy in time of peace, while in time of war they are at least equal, and
every argument that apx3lies as a justification for extending this bounty
to the enlisted men of those services has equal force on behalf of the
enlisted men of the Eevenue Cutter Service. I therefore recommend
that the law, section 4741, Eevised Statutes (act of April 18, 1814), be
amended to read as follows :
'^The enlisted men of the Eevenue Cutter Service of the United
States, who have been, or may be, wounded or disabled while, in the
actual discharge of their duties, shall be entitled to be x^laced upon a
X3ension list, ujider the same regulations and restrictions as are x)rovided
by law for enlisted nien of the ITavy."
LIGHT-HOUSE SERVICE.

Attention is invited to the x^ressing necessity for more liberal approX3riations to maintain the Light-House Establishment. Congress makes
apx3ropriations at each session for increasing the number of light stations,
but it does not increase, in like ratio, the apx3rox3riations for supplying
these stations with oil, wicks, chimneys, cleaning material, and the
like; for x^aying the wages of the additional keepers required, for keeping 1he light stations in x)rox3er repair, and for keex3ing ux) the buoyage
of the coasts. The estimates made for these purx30ses are based on the
actual present necessities of the Service, as set forth in itemized requisitions made by the light-house district officers, and the apx3rox3riations
asked for will, if x^rovided, make it x^ossible to keex3 the Service up to a
high standard of efficiency.
The ax3prox3riation made for salaries of keex3ers last year was sufficient
to X3ay those already in the Service, but nothing was left with which to
pay those whose services were needed to care for the new light houses
which went into ox3eration during the current fiscal year. The LightHouse Board has, therefore, been comx3elled to ask that an appropriation
be made in the urgent deficiency bill to enable it to keep these stations
lighted.
Although the number of fog signals has been constantly increasing,
the annual appropriation for the maintenance of these signals has, for
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come a demand for additional lights as v\^ell as fog signals in waters
where the full commercial development is yet to be reached, but where
aids to navigation are ax3proaching comx3letion the imx3rovement now
most needed is more effective fog signals. In most localities the larger
X3ortion of the accidents to vessels takes x^lace during thick weather,
when lights can not be distinguished and when audible signals alone
are effective. The conditions are now such that it is imx30ssible to
properly maintain the service and to rex3lace obsolete ax3X3aratils and
make other urgently needed improvements at existing stations without increased apx3ropriations.
Some of the imx3rovements which are greatly needed, and which
could now be made, are more efficient quick-steaming boilers for stations
using steam signals, to facilitate starting the signal when needed, and
to give greater economy while in operation; comx3ressed air ax3X3aratus,
operated by oil engines, for stations where the water sux3ply is deficient;
and an improved striking apparatus, to render fog bells more effective.
The estimate for exx3enses of fog signals made h j the Light-House Board
is considered, under the circumstances, quite conservative, and it is
commended to the favorable attention of Congress.
The ax3X3rox3riation made for the expenses of buoyage, while sufficient
to maintain the buoys alreadj^ in x^lace, x^i^oved insufficient to enable
the Light-House Board to meet even the most urgent additional needs
of commerce, and especially to place and maintain the new anchorage
buoys required by recent statute. The Board has, therefore, been comX3elled to ask that a deficiency ax3prox3riation be made to enable it to
meet the added expenses and maintain this increased buoyage during
this fiscal year. These requests are commended to favorable consideration.
The work of establishing the various new light and fog-signal stations for which Congress has x3rovided has been x^rosecuted as rapidly
as x^racticable during the year. In several cases x)rotracted delays have
resulted from the legal x^i'oceedings necessary to obtain titles to the
land on which the new stations are to be erected.
The x)lans for the new light vessels to be stationed off' Fire Island,
New York ; Diamond Shoal, North Carolina, and San Francisco Harbor,
California, have been X3rex3ared, and arrangements are being made for
their construction. The contractor for building the light vessel which
is to be x^l^ced off Umatilla Eeef, Oregon, having failed to finish it
within the time agreed on, and there being no x^robability that he will
be able to finish it at all, the contract has been annulled and other
arrangements are being made for its completion.
Estimates are submitted for building six light vessels, three first-class
vessels for outside ocean service, and three small, inexpensive vessels for
use on the Great Lakes. One of the first-class light vessels is to take
the place of regular vessels brought in for rex3air. The Light-House




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Board has submitted estimates for the building of a new steam tender
to take the place of one about worn out, and which will be unseaworthy by the time the new one can be made ready to take its
X3lace. These steamers are of exceeding value to the Light-House
Establishment, enabling it to quickly rex3lace buoys or light shix3S when
they go adrift, to x^romptly rex)air light stations, to furnish light houses
with supx3lies needed to meet an emergency, to make frequent insx3ections of light houses and light-ships, and to keex3 in constant force the
discipline of the Service. The vessel it is x3rox30sed to replace is now so
deteriorated from age and severe service that it can not keex3 the sea in
heavy weather, but is forced to seek refuge in harbor at .the very times
when it is most needed.
LIFE-SAVING SERVICE.
The Life-Saving Establishment, at the close of the fiscal year, comX3rised 256 stations, of which 186 were located on the Atlantic and Gulf
coasts, 55 on the coasts of the Great Lakes, 14 on the Pacific coast, and
1 at the Falls of the Ohio, Louisville, Ky. The number of disasters to
documented vessels within the field of the operations of these stations
during the year was 437. On board these vessels were 4,608 x^ersons,
of whom 4,595 were saved and 13 lost. The estimated value of the
vessels involved was $8,880,140, and that of their cargoes $3,846,380,
making the total value of x^roperty imx3eriled $12,726,520. Of this
amount, $11,293,770 was saved and $1,432,750 lost. The number of
vessels totally lost was 67.
Besides the foregoing, there were 243 casualties to small undocumented
craft—sailboats, rowboats, etc.—during the year. On board of these
there were 594 persons, of whom 587 were saved and 7 lost. The value
of property involved in these casualties is estimated at $119,265, of
which $114,915 was saved and $4,350 lost.
The number of disasters within the scope of the Service and the
results therefrom aggregate as follows:
Total number of disasters
,
Total valno of property involved
Total value of property saved
Total value of property lost
Total numberof XDersons involved
Total number of persons lost
Total number of sbipwo-ecked persons succored at stations
Total number of days' succor afforded
Number of vessels totally lost.

'.

680
|12, 845, 785
$11,408,685
$1,437,100
5, 202
20
613
1, 436
67

In addition to the number of x^ersons saved from vessels, 82 others
were rescued by the station crews under such circumstances of x^cril
that most or all of them would have been lost but for the timely assistance rendered.
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vessels^ valued with their cargoes at $4,853,110. Of these vessels they
saved without outside assistance 318, valued with their cargoes at
$977,495, with a loss or damage of only $11,712. In the remaining 154
instances they united with other agencies—wrecking vessels, tugs,
revenue cutters, etc.—in saving x^roperty valued at $3,599,775, out of
prox3erty imperiled of an estimated value of $3,875,615.
The crews also rendered assistance of minor imx3ortance to 167 other
vessels in distress. They also warned from danger by night signals of
the x3atrolmen 210 vessels, and by day signals 19 ; in all, 229 vessels. The
loss of life and x3rox3erty averted by such assistance and warnings can not,
of course, be even ax3X3roximately estimated, but that many disasters
were X3revented by the warnings is evident from the circumstances under
which they were given.
The number of disasters during the year has exceeded that of any
previous year in the history of the Service, but as regards the saving of
both life and x3rox>erty, the foregoing data furnish tho most satisfactory
record the Service has yet exhibited. The best x^i-evious record was
that of the year 1895, when it was shown that in only one x)rior year
the loss of life had been smaller in x^rdportion to the number of x^^rsons
exx30sed, and the loss of x)i'0X3erty less in prox3ortion to the amount
involved. For the past year the loss of both life and x3rox3erty is relatively much less than ever before. The average annual loss of life since
1877, when the Service was generally extended to the „sea and lake
coasts, has been 1 out of 112 x">ersons on board vessels involved in disaster and 21 per cent of the value of prox3erty imperiled. In the year
1895 it v/as 1 out of 224 such persons and 14 x^er cent of such x3rox3erty,
while last year the loss was only 1 out of 260 such x3ersons and 11^ x^^^
cent of such x3rox3erty.
The total net exx3enditure for the maintenance of the Service during
the year was $1,401,805.97.
The four nev/ stations located, respectively, at Core Bank, JSTorth Carolina, Baileys Harbor, and Plum Island, "Wisconsin, on Lake Michigan,
and a.t Yaquina Bay, coast of Oregon, mentioned in the last annual report
as ax3X)roaehing completion, have been finished and put into ox3eration.
The floating station referred to in that report as in contemx3lation for
location near City Point, Boston Harbor, for the prevention of loss of
life incident to the numerous accidents by the capsizing of yachts and
sailboats in that neighborhood, has also been comi)leted and x^nt in
commission.
Two new stations, one at Wood End on Cape Cod, near the harbor of
Provincetown, Mass., and one at Eocky Point on Long Island, near
East Marion, 'N., Y., have also been built, and are receiving their equipments. Titles have been obtained for location of the stations authorized
. to be established at Damariscove Island, Maine, and Petersons Point,
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nearly completed, so that' x)rox30sals for their construction will soon be
invited.
IsTew stations to replace old and inadequate ones have been built at
Little Beach, Absecon, below Atlantic City, and Cax3e May, IsT. J., and
one also at Cape Disax3X3ointment, Washington, and extensive repairs and
imx3rovements have been made to stations in the Third district, coast of
Long Island, Eleventh district, coast of Lake Michigan, and in the
Twelfth district, on the Pacific coast.
Attention was called in the report of last year to the inadequacy of
the salaries of the sux3erintendents of the life-saving districts. These ofiicials are charged with a general supervision of the affairs of their
resx3ective districts, to which is added a heavy financial resx3onsibility.
The bonds which they are required to give are all large, several having
a x^enalty as high as $50,000. It is therefore recommended that the
paj^ of these officers be fixed at $2,000 x^cr annum, which in my ox3inion
would not be even a full compensation for the services rendered.
Attention was also called to the difference in the rates of wages paid
to surfmen, and to the discontent which the discrimination engendered.
The trouble arising from that source has not diminished, but has rather
increased during the year, and the recommendation made last year that
the monthly rate of $65, established by the act of July 22. 1892, be
restored, is again made.
SEAL FISHERIES.

An adequate x)atrol of the far-seal fisheries during the x^ast year has
been maintained by the Eevenue Cutter Service, as will apx3ear under
that title. The returns of the catch for the past season indicate a total of
about 43,000 seals taken at sea by British and American sealing vessels
from the so-called American herd. Of this total, about 29,000 were taken
in Bering Sea during August and September, and the balance in the l!^orth
Pacific Ocean between January and May. The catch on the Pi^ibilof
Islands for the x^ast season was 30,000, of which 23,842 were taken on
St. Paul Island, and 6,158 on St. George Island. It was found, upon
investigation, that the rax3id decline in the female seals on the islands
had left a large surx3lus of male seals, which could be killed without
disturbing the x>rox3er x^roportions of the sexes on the islands. I deter.mined to x^ermit, therefore, not exceeding 30,000 seals to be taken, and
this quota was fully taken. This number does not indicate that the far
seals have increased on the islands. On the contrary, there has been
a most x3ercex3tiblo decrease during this last season. The rax3id destruction of the females at sea, however, has left, as above stated, an undue
proportion of males, and it was for this reason deemed advisable to take
the number above stated.
During the x^ast season the British Government, with the consent of
our Government, sent Prof. D'Arcy Wentworth Thompson, of Universit^^
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LXI

Ottawa, and Mr. Andrew Halkett, of the Department of Marine and
Fisheries, Ottawa, to investigate the fur-seal question. Professor Thomx3son and Mr. Macoun visited the Pribilof Islands, and spent much of the
summer there. Mr. G. E. H. Barrett-Hamilton was also sent by the
British Government to the Eussian seal islands, to make an independent
investigation there. These gentlemen have, I understand, made a rex3ort
to their Government.
Under the provisions of a joint resolution of Congress, apx3roved June
8, 1896, Prof. David S. Jordan, of Leland Stanford University, California, was appointed as an exx3ert to examine into the present condition
of the fur-seal herd on behalf of our Government. There were associated
with him Mr. F. A. Lucas and Dr. Leonhard Stejneger, of the U. S.
E'ational Museum ; Mr. Charles H. Townsend, of the U. S. Fish Commission; Lieut. Commander Jefferson F. Moser, U. S. IST., and Mr.
Josex3h Murray, formerly sx3ecial agent of the seal fisheries. These
gentlemen spent the summer on the Pribilof Islands, the Eussian Commander Islands, and an expedition was also made to the Kuril Islands,
off the coast of Japan. Although Professor Jordan has not yet x)repared
his final report, enough appears from the X3reliminary report which has
just been received to indicate that the sole cause of the decrease in
the fur-seal herd is x^^lagic sealing. The fur-seal herd is threatened
with rax3id extermination unless changes are sx3eedily made in the award
regulations. It is sincerely to be hox3ed that the resx3ective governments
may agree ux3on the needed changes to effectually x^reserve the herd
and protect this valuable industry and its x^roduct for the use of mankind.
I t is x3rox3er at this time to make.mention of the meritorious services of
Mr. Lucas and Dr. Stejneger of the U. S. National Museum. Under
the terms of the resolution they were detailed for the x:)nrpose of assisting in this investigation. 'No x3rovision, however, was made by which
any comx3ensation. could be given them in addition to their regular
remuneration as members of the IsTational Museum. I earnestly urge
upon Congress the X3rox3riety of ax3propriating additional comx3ensation
to these gentlemen for the valuable services rendered by them,. The
work x3erformed could not X3roperly be said to be incident to their regular employment. The hardships inevitably suffered were many, and I
believe it to be just and equitable that reasonable extra comx3ensation
be given them for their services.
SALMON F I S H E R I E S OF AL^kSKA.

Under the requirements of an act of Congress approved June 9, 1896,
three inspectors were ax3X3ointed to visit the canneries and fishing
streams of Alaska, with a view to the enforcement of the law for the
protection of the salmon. This commission entered upon the duty of
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the rex3ort of its work was made late in ]^ovember. From this rex3ort
it is ax3parent that many of the smaller streams which formerly x3roduced
large numbers of red salmon have been reduced to such a condition as
to render their use unx)rofitable to those engaged in the fishing.industry.
This condition has been caused by a total disregard of the law of 1889,
which x3rohibited the erection of barricades, dams, or other obstructions
tending to deter the ascent of salmon to their spawning grounds. The
large exx3anse of territory affected by that law could not be covered by
a single officer during the season, owing to the inadequate transx3ortation facilities, and insx3ection was therefore confined to a few canneries.
Under th-e recent act the inspection has been more thorough, extending
to the streams and sx3awning grounds, thus bringing the law directly to
the attention of those engaged in the unlawful practices. Complaints
were investigated and reported to the Department by the inspectors,
whose X3resence among the fishermen and personal examination of the
various localities enabled them to reach conclusions free from prejudice
to either of the X3arties concerned.
All the streams insx3ected in which obstructions contrary to law
were found were ordered cleared, and in every case such orders were
X)romx3tly obeyed. In order to x^i^eserve this condition, insx3ectors will
bo required to make occasional visits during^ the fishing season, and to
this end better means of transx3ortation should be x3rovided, so that the
officials will not be obliged to ask favors at the hands of those interested
in evading the law.
•
The condition of the fisheries in. Cooks Inlet, Prince William Sound,
and Kodiak is much better than that of southeastern Alaska. This is
due, no doubt, to the fact that the numerous comx3anies engaged in the
first-named x)laces watch each other closely for violations of the law,
and thus assist in x)i"otecting the industry. In the southeastern x^art,
however, the X3acking stations are many miles apart, and the sux3ply of
fish is drawn from streams 50 or 60 miles distant, and there is consequently sharx) competition for the best fish. This competition, which
enhances the value of the fish, necessarily results in improper methods
of obtaining a supxaly with the least possible labor, and hence the fencing
and barricading of streams has been X3racticed for many years, until the
streams no longer offer inducements to the fishermen.
The law of June 9, 1896, has been thoroughly x^romulgated throughout the entire territory, by the force of insx3ectors placed in the field
during the season just closed, with a promise of good results. Some
changes might be made which would x^i^ove valuable, as suggested in
the rex3ort of the inspector.
The x^rotection of the salmon trout, one of the most destructive of
the numerous enemies of the salmon, is evidently a mistake and should
be withdrawn.
The Saturday close season should be changed to Sunday, as many of the
natives, having been taught to regard Sunday as a day of rest, must



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LXIII

either lose one day's, labor or break a long-established rule by w^orking
on Sunday. As this is a hardshix> upon them, without any compensating
benefit to the fisheries, it is respectfully urged that the lav/ be changed
in this respect.
The law, as dra;wn, confers authority ux3on. the officers to protect the
sakmon, but no. authority is given them to |)revent the x^acking of fish
unfit for food, or to prevent the wanton waste of good fish, sometimes
X3racticed by the x^ackers. The law should be so amended as to confer
this authority as a x^rotection to the consumers and in order that the
useless destruction of fish may be prevented.
The- x^aek for the current year is largely in excess of that of 1895,
htimg 965,450 cases and 9,314 barrels.
The number of persons emx>loyed is estimated at 5,600, of which
about 2,000 were white, 1,300 Indians, and 2,300 Chinese.
The value of the tin x>late used for cases amounted to $470,000, the
duty on which amounted to about $140,000.
About $130,000 has been x^aid in wages to resident whites and natives
in Alaska by the x^acking companies, of which the Alaska Packers
Association has paid, |100,,000. This association also maintains two
medical stations in the Territory, one in Bering Sea and ono in the
Kodiak District, at which X3laces the natives can obtain medical advice
and medicine free of charge.
Hatcheries have been established, one at Karluk and one at Etholine
Island. In the Karluk District 5,500,000 eggs have been secured and
over 2,000,000 at: Etholine Island.
As suggested in the^ reports of inspectors, some x^rotection should be
afforded, to^ those enigaged in prox3agating fish, so.that the result of their
labor w^oukl benefit them directly. This can be done by securing tho
i3ersons engaged in these enterx3rises certain exclusive rights to the
stream, or X3arts of the stream, on which the hatchery is located, and a
X3ortion, at least,, of the beach, contiguous to the mouth of such stream.
If such action is taken i t will x^robably result in the erection and maintenance of hatcheries at every packing station in the Territory.
PUBLIC BUILDINGS.

During the x^^^^st year work has been x^j^^^secuted on 53 buildings,
including extensions and repairs sx^^cifically ax3prox>riated for, of which
number 11 buildings have been comx3leted for occupation, thus placing
under the control of the construction branch of this Department 383
buildings, classified as follows :
Completed and oecupied.
In course of construetion during year
Oi wliicli number there were comipleted and included in the above.
Active building operations not yet commenced
Total




;

317
53
, 11
42
21
383

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REPORT OF THE SECRETAR.Y OF THE TREASURY.

The following statement shows the amount exiDcnded U23on public
buildings during the year ending September 30, 1896:
For
For
For
For
For

sites and construction of nev^ joublic buildings
repairs and j)reservation of public buildings
heating apx)aratus for jpublic buildiugs
vaults, safes, and locks for ]3ublic buildings
plans for public buildings
Total

$2, 881, 066. 99
273, 027. 36
127, 418. 27
39, 421. 64
3, 207. 88

:

3,324,142.14
NAVIGATION.

The annual rei^ort of the Commissioner of -t^avigation * shows the
tonnage, geographical distribution, material of construction, motive
power, and employment of the documented merchant marine of the
United States on June 30,1896, comiDared with June 30,1895, as follows:
Documented nierehant marine of the United States on June 30, 1896.
1895.

189G.

GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION^.
Number.
17,136
1,525
3,342
1,237

Gross ions.
2 667 313
437, 972
1,324,068
274,527

4,635,960

22,90S

4,703,880

2,361,227
61,932

10, 244
69

2,310,819
85,851

16,686

2,423,159

16,313

2,396, 073

5,708
846

1,304,777
908,024

5,707
888

1, .S03,09h
1 004 113

6,554

2,212,801

6,595

2, 307, 208

680
1,363

75,051
382,632

682
1,357

75,224
393 188

2,043

457,683

2,039

468,412

98
141
1,021

214,391
37, 654
586,142

103
141
1,013

226,503
38, 379
580,072

1,260

838,187

1,257

814 954

748
5, 567
15,665

693,632
1,267,124
1,837,017

785
5,566
15,300

21,980

3,797,773

21,651

3,858,927

694

111,602

723

227,096

453
74
93
74

59,983
7,144
36,353
.8,122

•418
93
117
95

91 724
10,818
108 782
15 772

691

Total

Number.
16,786
1,560
3,333
1,229

IG, 633
53

Northern lakes
W^estern r i v e r s

Gross ions.
2,679,779
433,502
1, 241,459
281,220

23,240

A t l a n t i c and. G u l f c o a s t s

111,602

723

227,096

POWER AND MATERIAL.
Sail:t
Wood
I r o n a n d steel

.

Total
Steam:
Wood

,

Total
Bar<^es

.

.

....

Total
TRADE.
Registered:
S t e a m iron a n d steel
Sail, t w o o d a n d iron, a n d steel
Total
Enrolled a n d licensed :
Steam, iron, a n d steel
Steam wood
Sail, X w o o d a n d i r o n , a n d s t e e l

.,
,

Total

".

•

777,609
1,264,716
1,81.6,602

COXSTRUCTION DURING THE YEAR.
i^otal b u i l t a n d d o c u m e n t e d
GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION.
Atlantic a n d Gulf coasts
Pacific coast
Nortliern lakes
Western rivers
Total

*irall report omitted from this volume for "want of space.
f Including barges.
I Including canal boats and barges.




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Documented, merehamt marine of the United States on June SO, 1S96—Contiriiied.
1895.

1896.

POWER AND MATERIAL.
Number.
394
3

Total

Gross tons.
51,551
13,685

27,133
42,620
1,225

237
49
13

41,640
96,389
1,494

5,018
706

49
6

19,19ft
3 147

694

Steam:
Wood
I r o n a n d steel
Canal boats
Barges:
Wood
Steel

Number.
364
5

33
5

steel

Gross tons.
29,631
5,269

213
35
11

Sail:
Wood

111, 602

723

227,096

These figures show a continuous and most gratifying growth of our
shiPlying on the Great Lakes, where, within relatively a short time^
natural advantages have enabled us to build a merchant navy surpassed in extent only by those of Great Britain and Germany, and.
surpassing that of France or ISTorway, or of any other two foreign
powers combined.
To the end that we may regain our maritime rank in foreign trade, I
have the honor to renew the recommendation of my two preceding
annual reports for the repeal of the law forbidding American registry
to vessels owned by Americans and engaged in the foreign trade unless
built in the TTnited States. Our own experience, as well as that of
other maritime nations, proves that law useless for the protection of
American shipbuilding, while it represses American navigation. Even
those nations which have seen fit to apply public funds to the development of the private enterprises of shipowners and shipbuilders, years
ago repealed similar laws restricting to home-built vessels national
registry and the use of the national flag. The urgent need of the adoption by the United States of modern and liberal policies toward shipping has been emphasized this year by the appearance of Japan as a
maritime rival of this country on the Pacific. An extension at least of
the legislation which resulted in the admission of the New YorJc and
Faris, the construction of the St. Louis and St. Faul, and the partial
reestablishment of the United States as a maritime power on the
Atlantic appears necessary to meet the new conditions confronting us
on the Pacific.
Prom all legislative projects for the development of our shii)ping, in
my judgment, should be excluded the adoption of discriminating duties
of 10 per cent on all cargoes imported into the United States in foreign
vessels. That plan would involve the total or partial abrogation of our
treaties of friendship, commerce and navigation, with nearly all the
nations of the world, the product of three generations of Americaa
statesmen. Tt would throw into confusion our trade relations with the
rest of the world for the indefinite period required to recast our treaties
on the basis of commercial warfare instead of commercial friendship.
Its almost certain result would be the adoption by foreign nations of
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retaliatory measures, not only against American shii^ping, which would
deprive it abroad of an^^ imagined benefits in home ports, but also
against our exi^orts, thus injuring all our industrial interests, and most
of all agriculture,, chief of those interests. The Commissioner of iJTavigation estimates, on the statistics for 1895, that the measure would at the
outset impose a tax of about $59,000,000 on our international exchanges,
and if it could be maintained, would increase our ocean freight bills by
fully 40 ])er cent, thus indirectly reducing the markets for our products.
At its late session Congress and its committees considered carefully,
and in some instances took i)artial action on, measures recommended by
the Commissioner of Navigation, defining the Government's guardianship of seamen, relating to tonnage taxes, repealing unnecessary, antiquated, or restrictive statutes, and concerning various details of the
navigation laws. I again invite attention to these measures, and concur in the hoxae that the labor already expended on them may not be
lost, and that Congress may take final action ui^on them before the
adjournment of the present session.
I renew the recommendation of my two former, reports that the several marine bureaus of the Treasury Department be assembled under
the direct supervision of one Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, and
to carry out the recommendation I request that Congress x)rovide for
an additional Assistant Secretary.
The annual work of the Bureau of Navigation has increased over 20
-per cent during the iDast three years without increase in the clerical
force of the Bureau or in its annual appropriation of $26,000. Within.
this time by the abolition of useless registry bonds, American shipowners have been saved $30,000 annually, and our lake shipowners
have been saved annually about $15,000 in charges hitherto imposed
in Canada in contravention of the policy of reciprocity. The adoption,
of a modern measurement law has saved American shippiug many
thousands of dollars in foreign jports and in domestic licenses, taxes,..
and charges based on net tonnage. The adoption by the maritime
AYOiid of the Eevised International Pules to prevent collisions at sea,
the chief work of the Washington International Marine Conference of
18893, has been effected, and those rules will go into effect next July,
New and satisfactory rules for the Great Lakes have been enacted, and
many minor measures for the benefit of American ship];)ing, upon the
recommendation of this Department, have been a]3proved by Congress
and the President.
STEAMBOAT-INSPECTION SERVICE.

The Supervising Inspector-General reports,* for the fiscal year, that
the x)ersonnel of the Service at its close consisted of 169 of&cers, clerkS'
and messengers.
The expenses were : For salaries, $283,710.97; contingent expenses',
$67,468.20.
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Total number of annual certificates of inspection issued to steam vessels, foreign and domestic, 8,297. Number of certificates issued to
foreign passenger steam vessels, 300 ; to domestic steam vessels, 7,997.
Total net tonnage, 2,238,020.56. The ofacers licensed numbered 39,917.
Classification of insi^ections, ionndge, and officers licensed, according to the several divisions of
navigation.
Divisions.

Inspections of
steamers.

Net tonnage.

Officers l i c e n s e d .

Pacific coast
Atlantic coast
Western rivers...
Nortliern lakes..
Gulf coast

G40
3,781
1,012
2,227
G07

174,409.83
,073,534.52
142,242.29
739,120.85
108,713.07

3, 501
]7,080
7,244
9,046
3,016

Total..

8,297

2,238,020.5G

39, 917

Increase in number of annual certificates of inspection issued to domestic steamers,
over previous fiscal year
,
GS
Increase in number of annual certificates of inspection issued to foreign steam vessels, over previous fiscal year
... 19

It is estimated that 600,000,000 passengers were carried on steam
vessels during the year.
Total number of accidents resulting in loss of life during tbe year
Total number of lives lost by accidents from various causes during tbe 3^ear
Decrease in number of lives lost, from i)revious year

42
221
173

Of the number of lives lost as above reported, 68 were iDassengers and
153 belonged to the crews.of the vessels.
Foreign steam vessels inspected: British, 179; German, 47; Dutch,
17 5 Belgian, 13; French, 12; Norwegian, 10-,Spanish, 5; Danish, 4 ;
Portuguese, 2 ; Italian, 1; Hawaiian, 1; Eussian, 1; Nicaraguan, 1;
totalj 293, with a total net tonnage of 558,345.90.
Total number of new life-preservers examined
Found deficient andrejected

39, 840
5

Number passed
:
39, 835
Total number of color-blind examinations of apiolicants for master's or x^ilot's
license
. 1, 520
Number rej ected
41
Number passed

1, 479

Under the act of Congress apx)roved January 22, 1894, 6,561 marine
boiler plates were tested at the mills, of which 524 were rejected for
various defects.
The Supervising Inspector-General renews his recommendations of
last year for legislation authorizing the Secretary of the Treasury to
divide local iEspection districts into two or more such districts, with a
board of local inspectors in each, when the work in any district may
be more economically conducted in such manner than it could by
ap]3ointing assistant inspectors to the original board.



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REPOET OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.

The recommendations are also renewed in behalf of legislation to
secure a nonpartisan service and permanent tenure of office, except for
incompetency, misconduct, or permanent physical or mental disability *
,
and on account of the great increase of work iu his office, he recommends legislation creating an Assistant Supervising Inspector-General,
to be appointed by the President, by and with the advice and consent
of the Senate.
COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEYS

The Superintendent of the Coast and Geodetic Survey presents in his
annual report'^' a full account of the varied operations carried on during
the fiscal year by that important branch of the public service, and gives,
in concise tabular form, complete statistics relating to the distribution
of field parties and the results accomplished both in field and office.
The usual maps and sketches, showing graphically the progress of the
Survey and the present condition of the work, accompany the report.
The field operations of the Survey have included the measurement of
base lines; reconnaissance; triangulation; astronomical determinations
of time, latitude, and azimuth ; telegraphic and chronometric determinations of longitude; topographical and hydrographical surveys and resurveys; tidal and current observations; determinations of magnetic declination, dip, and intensity; pendulum observations for determination of the
force of gravity ; geodetic leveling; Coast Pilot examinations; boundary
line surveys; special topographic and hydrographic examinations,
including the investigation of reported dangers to navigation; and laying out and marking of naval speed-trial courses.
More than fifty field parties were engaged on these various branches
of the work, and were distributed along the Atlantic, Gulf, Pacific,
and Alaskan coasts, and in the interior of the country. Surveys or
observations were conducted within the limits or on the coasts of twenty
States and Territories along the seaboards, and in fifteen interior Sta.tes
and Territories.
The special operations of importance begun, continued, or completed
during the year may be enumerated as follows:
Completion of the topographic and hydrographic resurvey of New
Bedford Harbor and its approaches; continuation of the topographic
and hydrographic resurvey of Buzzards Bay; continuation of hydrographic surveys and examinations on the coast of Massachusetts; continuation of hydrographic resurveys in Nantucket Sound, Block Island
Sound, and off Montauk Point; continuation of the topographic resurvey of the southern shores of Long Island; continuation of the Hudson
River survey; extension of the main triangulation eastward across the
States of Maryland and Delaware to Capes Henry and Henlopen; hydrographic resurvey of the harbor and entrance of Port Eoyal, S. C. ,• magnetic determinations in various Eastern, Middle, Southern, and Western
States; special hydrographic examinations along the^Atlantic, Gulf,
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and Pacific coasts; completion of the hydrographic resurvey of Pensacola Bay and entrance; continuation of the primary triangulation of
the Oblique Arc in Alabama; continuation of the determination of
points for State surveys; progress made in the triangulation of Lake
Pontchartrain; continuation of the transcontinental triangulation in
Kansas, Colorado, and Utah, including base-line measurements; continuation of the transcontinental line of precise levels in Kansas; continuation of the topographic and hydrographic resurvey of San Francisco
Bay and Harbor; /continuation of the survey of Washington Sound;
continuation of general ai^d hydrographic surveys in southeast Alaska;
continuation of the California and Nevada oblique boundary line; continuation of surveys in connection with the southeast Alaska-British
Columbia boundary line; magnetic determinations at sixty-one stations
in various parts of the country; telegraphic and chronometric longitude
determinations at twenty-two stations; gravity determinations at six
stations; tidal observations at various points on the Atlantic, Gulf, and
Pacific coasts, including Alaska.
In accordance with the uniform practice of the Department, requests
from national or state authorities for special surveys, or for the detail of
officers for special service, have been complied with whenever practicable, and the following operations have in this way been undertaken
and comj^leted:
A special hydrographic survey of the Dry Tortugas deep water anchorage and its approaches, at the request of the Navy Department; the
erection of beacons on the north shore of Long Island for the Long Island
Sound speed-trial course, at the request of the Honorable Secretary of
the Navy; cooperation with the Navy Department in the erection of
beacons on the coasts of Maine and Massachusetts for the speed-trial
course of the Indiana and Katahdin; cooperation with the Navy DeiDartment in laying out and marking a speed-trial course in Santa Barbara Channel for the new battle-ship Oregon; a special topographical
survey, on a large scale, of the grounds of the Naval Academy at Annapolis, for the Navy Department; cooperation with the United States
Geological Survey in the determination of the telegraphic difference of
longitude between San Francisco, Cal., and Bllensburg,Wash.; at the
request of the commissioners appointed by the United States Supreme
Court, two officers of the Survey were detailed to examine and retrace a
portion of the boundary line between the States of Missouri and Iowa.
The assignments of two of the assistants of the Survey to special duty by
appointment of the President have been continued, one as a member of
the Mississippi River Commission and the other as member of the International Boundary Commission organized for the survey and marking of
that part of the United States and Mexican boundary line extending
westward from El Paso. The latter officer, however, performed regular
Coast Survey service from the beginning of the fiscal year until October
1, the date fixed for the reassembling of the Boundary CommissioHo



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REPORT OF. THE SECRETARY OF. THE TREASURY.

In the office the usual i^rogress has been made in the reduction and
computation of the field results in the drawing, engraving, and preparing for publication the charts of the Survey, the Coast Pilot, and
the annual tide tables, and there has been no abatement of the efforts to
give the public the earliest notice of imxDortant changes or discoveries.
The monthly issue of Notices to Mariners has been continuedj and
during the year coxoies were distributed gratis. The issue, during the
same time, of charts, Coast Pilots, and Tide Tables has been as follows ;
Charts, 64,541; Coast Pilots, 848; Tide Tables, 6,580.
Office of Standard Weights and Measiireji.
This important office, also under the charge of the Superintendent
of the Coast and Geodetic Survey, has been conducted as heretofore, and,
notwithstanding its small force, prompt response has been made to all
requests for information, and the usual amount of work in testing,
verifying, and standardizing weights and measures for other departments of the Government, for States, and for private parties, has been
accomplished.
Some progress has also been made in the acquiring of electrical standards and in the preparation for undertaking the determination and
verification of electrical units. This work is necessarily slow on account
of limited means, the whole annual appropriation for the i)urchase of
material and apj)aratus and for incidental expenses being only $500.
•Among the operations carried on during the year the following may
be specially mentioned as of the greatest imx3ortance :
(1) The construction of the 50-meter comparator, b3^ means of which
a higher degree of x^recision in the determination of linear values is
possible, and with a much less exx^enditure of time and labor.
(2) The standardization, by means of this 50-meter comx3arator and a
standard in ice, of the new dux^lex base apx^aratus. This base ax:)X^aratus was designed by one of the assistants of the Survej^, and was
entirely constructed in the Surve^^ instrument shop, and it is believed
that it will yield results far sux^erior to any other base apx^aratus yet
devised for rax3id and economical field work. One x)rominent feature of
the apx^aratus is its yielding two simultaneous measures of a base by
rods of two different metals with widely different coefficients of expansion, so that the temperatures can be deduced more accurately than by
indications of the thermometers. The difficulty of obtaining the true
temperature of the bars during a measure has heretofore been the greatest source of uncertainty in x^rimary bases.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.

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The jxet expenditures on account of the District of Columbia for the
fiscal year 1896 were $6,369,362.98. The net revenues dexDOsited in the
Treasury on this account for the same period were $3,866,247.49,



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During the fiscal je^r the Treasurer has issued and sold $34,500 of
the 3.65 -per cent bonds at a x^remium of from 9.75 to 12.50 x^er cent,
which yielded, with the accumulated interest, the sum of $64,206.70,
and has paid therefrom judgments of the Court of Cla^ims rendered
under the provisions of the act of Congress axax^roved February 13, 1895
(28 Stat., 664), to the amount of $63,697.38, including interest.
The issue of these bonds is limited by law to $15,000,000. The total
amount issued to the close of the fiscal year was $14,966,800, leaving
but $33,200 available to pay judgments hereafter X3resented.
Under the ox3erations of the sinking funds, the net reduction of the
bonded debt during the year was $565,700, and of the annual interest
charge, $19,747.75.
The District of Columbia has paid to the United States for account
of increasing the water sux^ply, under the x)rovisions of the acts of July
15, 1882, and June 5, 1884, $1,077,530.89 of the x^rincipal of the sums
advanced, and $251,425.50 for interest thereon.
The debt incurred for account of the 48-inch and Fourteenth street
water mains, amounting to $295,912.69, together with the interest
thereon, $40,835.95, has been paid in full.
Congress, by the act of August 13, 1894, .having otherwise provided
for the redemx)tion of the eight per centum greenback bonds, to the
payment of which special taxes were pledged, the Treasurer recommends
that authority be conferred ux3on him to deliver to the Commissioners
of the District of Columbia the tax-lien certificates now held by him as •
security for the x^ayment of these taxes, in order that they may iipplj
all moneys hereafter derived therefrom to the x^^'iyment of the outstanding drawback certificates, as contemplated by the act approved June
19, 1878, x^roviding for their issue.
Detailed information in regard to the affairs of the District of
Columbia will be found in the rex)ort to be submitted by the District
Commissioners and by the Treasurer of the United States, ex-officio
Commissioner of the Sinking Fund of the District.
THE CURRENCY.

The redemxDtion of United States notes and Treasury notes in gold
during the fiscal year amounted to $158,655,956 and the total exx3orts of
gold amounted to $112,409,947. During the months of August, September, October, November, and December, 1895, the withdrawals of
gold from the Treasury by the x^i'^sentation of notes for redemT)tion
amounted to $67,624,575, and on the 6th day of January, 1896, the
reserve having been reduced to $61,251,710, a circular was issued
calling for subscrix^tions for $100,000,000 in United States four x^er cent
bonds of the same date and character as those sold in February, 1895.
The result of this was a sale of bonds to the amount of $100,000,000,
maturing thirty years from February 1, 1895, bearing interest at four




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per cent per annum, for which there was paid into the Treasury in gold
coin and gold certificates, on account of princix3al, premium, and
interest, the sum of $111,166,232.65, making the average XDrice $111,166,
and the average rate of interest received by the purchasers 3.394 per
cent per annum.
Since March 1, 1893, United States bonds to the amount of $262,315,400 have been issued and sold for $293,481,894.90 in gold, while during
the same time notes have been redeemed in gold to the amount of $457,039,855, and on the 1st day of December, 1896, there was free gold in
the Treasury to the amount of $131,510,352. Since the resumption of
specie payments on the 1st day of January, 1879, United States notes to
the amount of $470,490,987, and Treasury notes issued under the act of
1890 to the amount of $86,428,881, making $556,919,868 in the aggregate, have been redeemed in gold, and since August 1, 1893, Treasury
notes to the amount of $35,121,722 have been redeemed in silver, and
the notes so redeemed have been canceled and retired from circulation.
Making no deductions on account of the loss or destruction of notes,
the total amount of United States currency in existence on the 1st
day of December, 1896,. was $468,358,296, consisting of $346,681,016
in United States notes, and $121,677,280 in Treasury notes of 1890, and,
consequently, it appears that the entire volume of such notes has been
once redeemed in gold, and more than $98,561,000 have been twice
redeemed.
In former communications I have called the attention of Congress to
this subject and have earnestly urged the necessity for early and effective
legislation to provide for the permanent retirement of these notes as
the only certain means of securing the stability of our currency and
relieving the Government from periodical financial embarrassment, and,
although I can add but little to the suggestions heretofore made, the
matter is, in my opinion, of such vital importance as to justify a recurrence to it in this report. Our experience since the resumption of
specie payments has so thoroughly demonstrated the impolicy of attempting to maintain the circulation of these notes as a permanent part of
our currency, that further argument upon the question seems to be
unnecessary, except for the purpose of again pressing the subject upon
the attention of Congress and urging the prompt adox^tion of such
measures as will, within a reasonable time, eliminate this element of
weakness from our system.
The use of these notes as a circulating medium compels the Government to provide a large gold reserve for their current redemption, and
as they are reissued when redeemed, such reserve must be replenished
from time to time, in order to afford the public a reasonable assurance
that no default will be made in the discharge of our public obligations.
The difficulty of procuring gold for this purx30se is greatly increased at
the very times when its x^ossession is most necessa>ry, and, consequently,
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from the ordinary sources of revenue, is compelled to issue and sell bonds
upon terms less favorable than might be x^rocured under other circumstances. The annual interest uxDon the addition to the public debt
which has been made to procure and maintain the reserve amounts to
$16,312,616, and the aggregate of the x^rincipal and interest at the
maturity of the bonds will be more than $641,000,000, and yet the notes
themselves, on account of which this enormous indebtedness has been
incurred, will, if our present policy is maintained, remain unpaid. But
it can not be safely assumed that this will be the whole measure of the
burden imposed ux3on the people ; because, if provision is not made for
the cancellation of this currency, it is reasonably certain that emergencies will hereafter arise, from time to time, compelling the issue and
sale of additional bonds to replenish the reserve, thus increasing our
interest-bearing debt, without in the least diminishing our obligations
on account of the notes.
The maintenance of a policy which necessarily imposes upon. the
Government the burden of furnishing gold at the public expense to all
who ma}^ demand it for use or hoarding at home, or for export to other
countries, can not be justified upon any ground of expediency or sound
financial X3rinciple, and even if the periodical and frequently recurring
demands for gold did not weaken the foundations of our entire currency
system, thus impairing confidence and dex3ressing business, it would
nevertheless be the duty of all who are charged with any degree of
responsibility for the adox3tion of x3roper financial methods to insist upon
the reformation of our laws on this subject at the earliest possible day.
The issue and redemption of circulating notes is not a proper function
of the Treasury Department, or of any other dex3artment of the Government. While the Government has power to borrow money, it is not its
duty to issue public obligations merely for the purpose of x3roviding a
paper currency for use in the transaction of business, nor has it the
constitutional power, in my opinion, to make its promises legal tender in the payment of private debts. Such a X30licy, even if sanctioned by the Constitution, instead of imparting strength and stability to our currency system, seriously endangers it by the introduction
of X30litical and X3artisan considerations into the management of a subject
which ought to be regulated entirely by the business interests of the
X3eople and by the laws of trade and the principles which control
honest commercial intercourse.
Although the actual ability of the Government to redeem its notes
promptly in gold coin may be undisputed, still the question whether they
will be or ought to be so redeemed must always be ox3en to public discussion, and it is well known that the constant agitation of this question
during the past few years has upon several occasions greatly imx3eriled
the safety of our entire currency system. So long as the United States
notes remain in circulation, questions as to the mode and manner of their
redemption, and as to the means of procuring and maintaining a coin



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reserve for that X3urx30se, will be made X3olitical issues, and so long as these
questions remain in X30litics X3nblic confidence in the stability of our currency must be more or less disturbed. Even if the agitation of these
questions affected only the value of United States notes, the consequences
would be sufficiently serious to justify a demand for their X3ermanent
retirement, but the character of our currency is such that whatever creates
a doubt or suspicion concerning their x3romx3t redemx3tion in gold on
presentation, necessarily impairs confidence in the whole volume of our
circulation and infiicts much greater injury ux3on the public than could
possibly result from the failure of ordinary banking institutions to redeem
their X3aper. Every menace to the gold reserve, and every manifestation of a formidable X3iihlic sentiment in favor of the redemption
of our notes otherwise than in gold coin, at once alarms the whole
business community, dex3resses trade and industiy, and imx)airs the
value of our X3ublic and X3rivate securities in all the markets of the world.
There is but one absolutely certain way to remove this delicate and .
dangerous question from our x>^Tty X30li?tics, and that is to retire and
cancel the notes. All attempts to hoard them X3ermanently h j the Government must fail, for the obvious reason that our x3eopIe will not consent to be taxed merely for the X3urx30se of accumulating and holding a
large and useless surx3lus in the Treasui'y. Besides, the notes must be
withdrawn from circulation in order to be hoarded, and when withdrawn
from circulation, it would bo far more advantageous to the X3ublic to cancel them than to keex3 them on hand as a constant temx3tation to indulge
in unnecessary and extravagant exx3enditures.
We must not be deluded into a feeling of security by the fact that
there has been a susx3ension of gold withdrawals during the last few
months and a large accession to our stock of gold from abroad during
the same tdmCj because there is no sufficient reason to believe that this
condition of affairs will be X3ermanent, if our existing system is maintained. The favorable change in the ra,tes of exchange which stox3X3ed
withdrawals and exx30rt3 and turned the current of gold shix3ments in
our direction was due to causes having but little, if any, connection
with our actual or X3rospective financial situation. These causes Avere
temx3orary in their character, and can not reasonably be expected to
ox3erate in our favor for any greab length of time while our currency
remains in its X3resent unsatisfactory condition. Fluctuations in the
rates of exchange are x3roduced by causes beyond the control of official
X30wer, and one of the misfortunes of our X3resent situation is that whenever these rates reach a X30int at which it is more x3rofitable to exx3ort
gold than to X3nrchase bills for the settlement of our balances abroad,
the Government is comx3elled to furnish the gold, or fail to maintain the
standard of value established by law ; in fact, the abandonment of that
standard, and the legal or practical recognition of silver as the basis of
our monetary system would not relieve the Government from the obligation to procure coin by the issue of bonds, or otherwise, for the



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redemption of its notes. Until the notes are x3eTmanently retired, or
^ the obligation to redeem in coin is wholly repudiated, a large reserve
must be x3rovided, and this reserve, whether it consists of gold or silver,
being subject to the demands of all who desire to exchange notes for
coin, must be rex3lenished from time to time by such means as the
Government is able to command. No system of coinage that can be
devised will furnish the Government with either gold or silver, unless it
pays for it with means already collected by taxation, or by contracting
an indebtedness to be paid by the x3eox3le in the future.
I am thoroughly convinced that the retirement and cancellation of
United States notes of both classes, under such reasonable limitations
and restrictions as to time and methods as Congress may see x3rox3er to
prescribe, or as a prudent Secretary of the Treasury would adox3t in
the exercise of his official discretion, would not result, either X3ermanently or temx3orarily, in an injurious contraction of the currency.
No government, however desx3otic, can prescribe the exact amount of
currency its peox3le shall use. in the transaction of their business, and
every attemx3t to regulate this subject by arbitrary rules in the form of
legislation, or otherwise, is a dex3arture from true economic X3rincix)les.
The x3eox3le, if left free to conduct their business affairs in their own
way, will always decide for themselves how much money they, need,
and, unless X3revented by artificial obstructions, the necessary amount
.will always be sux3plied either from their own resources at home, or
through exchanges abroad. The volume of business transacted determines the amount of money and credit required, and whenever the
volume of business demands an additional sux3ply of money or an
extension of credit, the demand v/ill certainly bo comx3lied with, x3rovided the laws do not interfere to prevent it. As rax3idly as our notes
are redeemed and canceled, gold, or a currency as good as gold, will take
their X3laces in the circulation, if the interests of the country require it.
With a liberal comniercial X30licy, x3romoting the x3rofitable introduction of our large surx'>l^s x3roducts into the markets of other countries, and
a sound currency system, x3romising safe investments for foreign cax3ital
in our domestic industries, we may confidently rely ux3on the ox3eration
of the natural laws of trade and finance for an abundant supx3ly of good
mone^^ to transact all the business of the people and fully develox3 the
great resources at our command. As soon as the resumx3tion of specie
payments had become assured, and the agitation of that Cjuestion had
ceased, gold began to flow into this country in large amounts, and from
1878 to 1881, both years included^ our net gain from imx3orts alone was
$179,748,592, but in addition to this, our available stock of this metal was
considerably increased by our domestic production and by the renewed
use of a great part of the coin x3reviously hoarded h j our x3eople on
account of its sux3eriority in value over a dex3reciated X3ax3er currency.
For a series of years there had been deficient crops in Eurox3e, and the
sale of our grain and provisions in foreign markets created a very large




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excess of exports of merchandise over imports, culminating in 1878 in
a balance in our favor of $305,139,642, the largest that ever existed in
a single year. No such balance has been even approached in any year
since, except during the current calendar year 1896. In eleven months
the excess of exports of merchandise over imports has been $266,086,709;
and to this should be added the net exports of silver, $44,985,015, making
a total of $311,071,724, or nearly six million dollars more than the
highest amount for any previous period of twelve months. It is scarcely
X30ssible that such changes can occur in the course of our international
trade during the next few years as to prevent a large annual balance in
our favor, and if these favorable results continue to be realized, and
our currency system shall be placed ux3on a sound basis, experience and
reason alike justify the conclusion that very considerable amounts of
gold must be sent here to pay for our exported products, or that, even
if this should not be the case, the demand upon our existing stock will
cease, and our own production, amounting to not less than $45,000,000
per annum, will be permanently added to the volume of our circulation.
But without a reformation of our currency we can not safely rely
upon X3ermanent accessions to our stock of gold from abroad in settlement of trade balances in our favor, nor can we hope even to retain permanently the stock already in the country, as is conclusively shown by
the experience of the last four years. During the four years from 1893
to 1896, both inclusive, our exports of merchandise and silver exceeded
our imports by the amount of $376,408,057, and yet, during the same
time our net exports of gold amounted to $201,003,708; or, in other
words, we paid during this time to the peox3le of other countries,
$577,411,765 in merchandise and in silver and gold. Being a debtor
nation, our favorable balances of trade will not bring us gold, or any
other form of money, so long as we maintain a currency of doubtful
value or stability, or continue an agitation which alarms foreign investors, and induces foreign creditors to demand the payment of their
claims. Under such circumstances, all our balances are absorbed by
the withdrawal of previous investments and the collection of previous
debts.
In my last annual rex3ort it was recommended that the Secretary of the
Treasury should be authorized to issue from time to time bonds payable
in gold, bearing interest at a rate not exceeding three per centum X3er
annum, and having a long time to run, and to exchange such bonds for
United States notes and Treasury notes, upon such terms as might be
most advantageous to the Government, or to sell the bonds abroad for
gold whenever in his judgment it might be advisable to do so, and
use the gold thus obtained in making redemptions of outstanding notes.
The terms in which this recommendation was made, and the suggestions
submitted in support of it, showed that it did not contemplate the retirement of all the outstanding notes at one time, but that the process
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tion of the currency. Believing that this plan of redeeming the notes,
and at the same time substituting an absolutely sound currency in
place of them, promises the most certain means of accomplishing
the desired result within a reasonable time, I adhere to the views
then expressed; but the object to be attained is so essential to the future
financial safety of the country that it ought not, in my judgment, to be
defeated or abandoned simply on account of differences of opinion concerning the methods of securing it.
While an act conferring express and plenary authority upon the
Secretary to issue bonds and use them or the proceeds of their sale for
the x3urpose of retiring a certain amount of the notes each year, would,
in my opinion, be the most effectual and economical way to accomplish
that object, it may be that so radical a measure would not receive the
assent of Congress, in the present state of the public mind on the subject,
and if so, it is submitted that, at the very least, authority should be
given to retire and cancel a maximum amount of notes each year when
voluntarily presented by the holders and redeemed in gold; and if the
maximum amount fixed by Congress should not be retired and canceled
in any year by redemptions out of the gold reserve, the Secretary of the
Treasury should be clothed with authority to apply to that purpose any
surplus funds in the Treasury, and in addition, if necessary, to issue
the character of bonds above described to a sufficient amount to comply
with the provisions of the law. The adoption of such a policy would
give immediate assurance of a purpose to return within a reasonable
period to. a safe and elastic currency system, and would remove much
of the doubt and uncertainty which have for many years disturbed the
public mind and embarrassed the business of the people and the ox3erations of the Government. No sudden or large contraction of the active
currency could result from the execution of such a plan, because the
redemptions would be made from time to time with money already withdrawn from circulation and held in the Treasur3-, except in cases where
it might become necessary to issue and sell bonds in order to make
the redemptions correspond to the amount required or authorized ; and
in all such cases contraction could be easily prevented by selling the
bonds abroad and thus adding their proceeds to our domestic stock of
money.
As already stated, without making allowance for the loss or destruction
of notes in the hands of the X3eople, the total amount of United States
legal-tender notes in existence on the 1st day of December, 1896, was
$468,358,296. On the same day the free gold in the Treasury amounted to
$131,510,352, of which $100,000,000 was procured and is held solely for
the purpose of being used in the redemption of notes, so that the additional sum required to provide for the retirement of all this currency
would be, at the very highest estimate, $368,358,296, which includes
$121,677,280 of Treasury notes issued under the act of 1890. But if the
5,681,061 in old United States notes were retired, or even if provision



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were made for their X3ermanent retirement by such methods as would
insure the accomx3lishment of that result within a reasonable time,
our currency system would be so imx3roved and x^^^^^ic confidence
in its stability would be so strengthened that it might be found unnecessary to continue the redemption of the Treasury notes of 1890 in gold,
and in that event the total amount to be so redeemed, deducting the reserve
already on hand, would be $246,681,016. Treasury notes of 1890, as stated
in a former X3art of this rex3ort, to the amount of $35,121,722 have been
redeemed in silver since August 1,1893, and the notes have been canceled.
During the last fiscal year the redemx3tions of Treasury notes in gold
amounted to $5,348,365, while during the same time the redemptions
in silver amounted to $16,405,120, or more than three times as much.
These redemptions, and the consequent substitution of standard silver
coins in place of the notes, have been gradually effected without creating
any noticeable disturbance of the currency and without exciting any
a.x3X3rehension in tbe X3ublic mind, notwithstanding the precarious condition of our financial affairs during the time the process has been
going on, and, in view of these facts, it appears not unreasonable to
supx30se that, under more favorable conditions, larger amounts of silver
might be safely used for the same X3nrx30se, and all, or the greater X3art
of, these notes be retired in the same way. The act under which they
were issued exx3ressly requires the Secretary of the Treasury to coin a
sufficient amount of the bullion X3nrchased with them to provide for
their redemx3tion and to hold it in the Treasury for that purpose, thus
clearly showing the intention of Congress to have them ultimately retired
by substituting silver for them; and, in X3nrsuance of this policy, such
notes have been retired and canceled whenever the holders demanded,
or were willing to receive, silver in exchange for them.
Whatever X3lan may be finally adopted for the retirernent of United
States notes and Treasury notes, it will fail to afford complete protection
to the Government against demands for gold in the future, unless it
includes a provision relieving the Treasury from the obligation to redeem
national-bank notes, except such as are worn, mutilated, or defaced,
and the notes of failed banks, or requires these institutions to keep their
five-x3er-cent redemx3tion fund in gold and to deposit gold coin for the
withdrawal of bonds when circulation is to be surrendered or reduced.
Prior to the act of June 20, 1874, each bank was required to redeem its
circulating notes at its own counter, and also to select, with the ax3proval
of the Comx3troller of the Currency, a national banking institution located
in some one of the cities named in the act, at which redemptions could
be made, and the Treasurer was not authorized or required even to
redeem worn, mutilated, or defaced notes ; but since the X3assage of that
act each national banking association has been required to keex3 on
dex30sit in the Treasury of the United States, '^ in lawful money of the
United States,'' a sum equal to five per cent of its circulation, to be held
and used for the redemption of its notes, and vf hen such notes, assorted or



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unasserted, are X3resented in sums of one thousand dollars or anymultix3le
of that sum, the Treasurer is required to redeem them ' 4 n UnitedStates
notes." In view of these x3rovisions of the existing law, it is clear that
in case the United States notes should be withdrawn from circulation,
some other method of redeeming the national bank currency must be
adox3ted, and, in my ox3inion,. the obligation should, be imx30sed directly
upon the banks themselves, or they should be required to- keex3 the
redemption fund on deposit with the^ Treasurer, in gold coin.
Whoever is permitted to furnish pax3er currency should be required to
keex3 it good in the hands of the people, by furnishing the means for its
pi?©mx3t reclemi3tion in coin when demanded.,, and the retirement of the
United States legal-tender notes will necessarily devolve this duty ux3on
the banks of issue, whether they be organized under our X3resent laws or
under some imx3roved system which will give greater elasticity to our
currency and afford, better ox3X3ortunities for the emx3loyment of cax3ital
and commercial credit in banking institutions. Before the suspension
of. sx3ecie X3ayments in 1861, and for many years after resumption, the
banks supx3lied all the gold required by our x3eox3le in the transaction of
their domestic business and for the settlement of balances abroad, and
when the Government is released from the obligation to hold a,large
reserve for the redemx3tion of its own notes,, they will again be able, without loss or inconvenience, to- return to the former, practice in this
resx3ect, and, by the use of their own means, keex) their circulating notes
at x>ar with gold.
For reasons which were submitted at some length in my last annual
rex)ort, and which it is unneeessary to rex3eat,. I recommended such
amendments to the national banking laws as would X3ermit;the issue of
circulating notes equal in amount to the face value of the bonds deposited and reduce the tax on notes to one-fourth of one X3er centum X3er
annum, and that authority be given to establish branch banks for the
transaction of all kinds of business now allovv^ed,. excex3t the issue of
circulating notes. These amendments would, in my opinion, greatly
imx3rove the system, by increasing its-efficiency as a means of furnishing
accommodations to the x3eox3le in times of need and in localities where
adequate banking, facilities, do not now exist. Unless the credit of the
Government shall become more seriously impaired than there is now any
reason to ax3prehend, our bonds will always be worth, par in the market,
and will, consequently, afford an amx3le guarantee for the safety of the
notes issued against them; and, as the whole purx30se of the law on
this subject is to x3rotect the note-holders against loss, it is difficult to
sec ux3on what ground the X3resent limitation ux3on the issue of notes
can be defended. When bonds to secure circulation can be X3"0cui-ed
only by the payment of a large x3romium, as has been the case for a
great many years, the x3rofits realized ux3on the notes are so small and
so uncertain that banks prudently managed are generall}^ unwilling to




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increase their issues in order to meet temx3orary demands for additional
currency, and the result is that the supply remains substantially the
same whether the demand be great or small. The essential element of
elacticity can not be secured for this form of currency under our
X3resent laws, and it is by no means certain that it can be secured under
any system which requires the purchase and deposit of bonds to secure
circulation.
An annual tax of one-fourth of one per cent upon the circulation of
national banks will x3roduce a sum more than sufficient to defray the
exx3enses of governmental sux3ervision, and, as this is the only proper
purx30se for which such a charge can be imposed, I am decidedly of the
opinion that it should be reduced to that rate. In whatever form such
taxes may be assessed, they must ultimately become charges upon the
X3eox3le for the use of the currency, and, consequently, they ought not to
exceed the amount required to maintain the service provided at the
public expense.
The provision of the national banking law which x3rohibits the organization of any association with a capital of less than $50,000 and permits the organization of associations with this minimum amount only
in X3laces having a population of six thousand and less, deprives many
communities of necessary local banking facilities and serves no useful
purpose in maintaining the safety or efficiency of the system in other
respects.
No good reason is perceived why this limitation ux3on the required
amount of capital should not be reduced to $25,000, without regard to
X30X3ulationo As all banks, whether their capital is large or small, are
subject to the same legal restrictions and official supervision, it is evident that the number of people residing in the towns or cities in which
they are located is wholly immaterial, and, therefore, the provision
referred to is manifestly arbitrary and unnecessarj^ Many cities and
towns, especially in agricultural regions, having comparatively a small
X3opulation, although greatly in need of banking facilities, are unable
to command sufficient capital to comply with the requirements of the
X3resent law and are consequently subjected to very great incon-.
venience and considerable loss in the transaction of their business. The amendment suggested, and a corresx3onding reduction of
the amount of bonds required to be deposited under another provision
of the statute, would afford a much needed measure of relief to such
communities and contribute not a little to allay the feeling of discontent
which evidently exists in some parts of the country on account of the
unequal distribution of loanable funds. This modification of the law,
and an amendment authorizing national banking associations having a
designated amount of capital to establish and ox3erate branches under
such restrictions and limitations as Congress may see X3roper to prescribe,
would afford opportunity for a practical extension of the system to all
parts of the country, without in the least impairing its strength or effi


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LXXXI

ciency. The branches ought not to be in any respect independent of the
parent institutions, but should be mere agencies to receive and hold
deposits, discount notes, purchase bills, and transact other business
authorized by law, except the issue of circulating notes; and they should,
of course, be subject to official inspection and to all the laws, rules, and
regulations applicable to the kind of business in which they engage.
The propriety of prohibiting the issue of United States notes, Treasury notes, and national-bank notes of lower denominations than teiE
dollars, in order to secure a larger and more permanent use of silver
coins and certificates, has been urged upon Congress in all my annual
reports, and the subject is again referred to only for the x3urpose of
saying that the reasons heretofore stated in support of such a policy still
exist and have been strengthened by the experience of each year.
It has been shown by experience t^hat the effect of the x3rovision contained in the 12th section of the act of July 12, 1882, authorizing the
issue of gold certificates has been to increase the difficulties of maintaining the free gold in the Treasury at or above the amount of the lawful
reserve, and I recommend its repeal. The manifest purpose of the law
was to accommodate citizens and financial institutions having gold coin
on hand, by providing for its safe custody in the vaults of the Treasury
and at the same time facilitating its practical use in the form of certificates, as a X3art of the active currency of the country, or in the reserves of
the national and other banks. It was evidently supposed that its effect
would be simply to increase the total gold holdings in the Treasury^
without diminishing the amount of free gold ; but it has been found thai
the privilege to make deposits and receive certificates is a constant
temptation to present notes and withdraw free gold from the Treasury^
to be redex30sited for the benefit of the holders of the redeemed notes.
Attention was called to this subject during the last Congress, and the
House of Eepresentatives passed a bill repealing the provision referred
to, but it was not passed in the Senate.
PUBLIC EXPENDITURES AND REVENUE.

At the close of the fiscal year 1895, the available cash balance in the
Treasury, after deducting all current liabilities, but including the gold
reserve of $100,000,000, was $195,240,153.87, and at the close of the
fiscal year 1896, the available cash balance, excluding the current liabilities, but including the gold reserve of $100,000,000, was $267,432,096.70, an increase of $72,191,942.83. The excess of expenditures over
receipts during the year was $25,203,245.70, while the deficiency during
the fiscal years 1894 and 1895 was $69,803,260.58 and $42,805,223.18,
respectively, making the total excess of expenditures over receipts from
the ordinary sources of revenue during the three years, $137,811,729.46.
The ordinary expenditures of the Government, including x3ensions and
interest on the public debt, were $31,298,508.41 less during the fiscal
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year than during the fiscal year which closed on the 30th day of June^
1893, $15,345,833.75 less than in 1894, and 4,015,852.21 less than during •
the year 1895. The total receix3ts from the ordinary sources of revenue,
including the X30stal service, for the fiscal year 1895 were $17,570,705
greater than in 1894, and for the year 1896 they were $19,102,205.48
greater than in 1895, making an aggregate increase of $36,672,913.48 in
1896 over the year 1894. The increase in the receipts from customs
during the year 1896 was $28,203,221.05 over the receix3ts from the same
source in 1894, and $7,863,134.22 in excess of the receix3ts for 1895; but
during the first five months of the current fiscal year the receix3ts from
all sources have been $9,628,628.48 less than during the co.rresx3ondin.g
hve months of last year, while the exx3enditures for the same time have
increased $14,448,891.62, resulting in a deficiency of $39,946,845.89 on
the 1st day of December. The decrease in the receipts from customs
during the ^ve months was $12,980,244, while the receix3ts from internal
taxes were about the same as during the corresx3onding x3eriod last year.
For the eleven months next preceding December 1,1896, the total value
of our importations, dutiable and free, was $116,800,000 less than during
the corresponding eleven months in,the calendar year 1895, the decrease
in free goods being $65,300,000, and in dutiable goods, $51,500,000.
More than four-fifths of these large decreases occurred in the first five
months of the present fiscal year, the falling off during that x3eriod
being $50,251,000 in free goods, and $44,679,000 in dutiable goods. The
official returns show not only that the reductions have been greater in
the importations of free goods than in the imxiortations of dutiable
goods, but that, with a few exceptions, the largest decreases in prox3ortion to the total amount of the im]3ortations have occurred in raw
materials and X3artly finished x3roducts procured abroad for use in our
domestic industries and which, when brought here, furnish additional
emx3loyment for our artisans and laborers. In the free list the importations of five articles—hides and skins other than fur skins, crude India
rubber and gutta x^^^'cha, raw silk and Y\^OO1, decreased $31,622,254
during the four months, Julj^ to October, and in the dutiable list
five articles—manufactures of cotton, manufactures of furs, iron, and
steel and manufactures of iron and steel, and leaf tobacco fell off'
$13,489,328 during the same time.
As there were no changes in our tariff laws, nor any unusual interrux3tion of our trade with other countries during this x3eriod, excex3t in
the case of Cuba, from which a considerable quantity of leaf tobacco is
procured, these decreases in importations, and consequent reductions of
revenue from that source, must be attributed largely, if not entirely, to
the unsettled and dex3ressed condition of business proxluced by the agita^
tion of questions seriously affecting the stability and value of our currency, the necessary effect of which has been to reduce x3roduction and
consumx3tion, and to a great extent susx3end the ordinary commercial
ox3erations based upon contracts to be executed in the future. The effect



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of business dex3ressions upon the amount and value of importations, and
ux3on the x)ubli.c revenues derived from other sources, is very forcibly
illustrated by a comx3arison of the official returns for the fiscal years 1893
and 1894. The whole body of tariff and internal revenue laws in force
during the fiscal year 1893 remained in force, without change in any
resx3ect, during the -entire fiscal year 1894, and yet the value of the
imx3ortations in the latter year was $211^416,300 less than in the former
year, and the revenue from customs was $71,536,486.11 less, while the
decrease in receix3ts from internal revenue amounted to $13,836,539.97,
all which was on account of diminished, consumption of distilled sx3irits,
manufiictured tobacco, and fermented liquors.
During the first ^ve months of last year, 21,957,632 taxable gallons of
distilled sx3irits, on which the tax was $23,865,133, were withdrawn for
consumption, while during the corresx3onding five months of the current year, 22,768,275 taxable gallons of sx3irits were withdrawn, upon
which the tax collected amounted to $25,064,903 ; but the eonsuinx3tion
.of distilled spirits during the last fiscal year was only 68,480,720 gallons, as against an average annual consumx3tion of 91,927,112 gallons
for the years 1890 to 1893, both inclusive. If the usual annual increase
in the consumption of this article for all X3urx30ses had been substantially
maintained, the total withdrawals during the X3i-esent year would be
at least 109,000,000 gallons, upon which the tax would amount to
$119,900,000, and even if there should hereafter be only such an increase
as to raise the consumx3tion to the average for the four years mentioned,
the annual tax would amount to more than $101,000,000 at the present
rate. In the estimates submitted for the current fiscal year the revenue
to be derived from this source has been X3laced at $75,900v000, based
ux3on a consumption of 69,000,000 gallons, and in the estimates .for the
year 1898 it has been placed at $78,100,000, based ux3on consumx3tion of
71,000,000 gallons, which will certainly x3rove to be much below the
amount received, if the x3romise of future imx3rovem.ent in our business
conditions is even X3artially realized.
The unusual increase in the exx3enditures during the first five months
of the present fiscal year is X3artly accounted for by the X3aym.ent of
$5,000,000 for bounty on sugar, $1,540,000 to the Southern Pacific
Eailvvay Comx3any, $725,000 on judgments of the Court of Claims,
and several other considerable amounts whi<ih do not constitute
any x>art of the ordinary or regular expenses of the Government,
and, therefore, will not^ again ax3X3ear in the accounts of X3ayments.
It is believed that a careful consideration of the existing situation, and
a conservative reliance ux3on improved business conditions in the future,
fully justify the conclusion that the estimated deficiencies for the current year and for the year 1898 will not be realized, unless our X3ublie
expenditures shall be very materially increased by acts of Congress, and
that, with x3rox3er economy in administration and such reductions in
appropriations as might be made without detriment to the x^^^lic




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service, the receipts will be equal to the disbursements in 1898. But,
however this may be, the condition of the Treasury is such that
no revenue legislation is immediately necessary, or can become neces^
sary for a considerable time, in order to enable the Government promptly
to meet all its ordinary obligations. Although the receipts from the
ordinary sources of revenue during the last three fiscal years have been
less than the expenditures, there have been at all times sufficient available funds in the Treasury to maintain an efficient public service and
discharge the current obligations of the Government, and no public
creditor has been delayed in the collection of his claim; nor has the
business of the country ever been disturbed by a doubt concerning the
ability of the Government to defray its ordinary expenses.
Much the greater part of the estimated deficiency for the current
fiscal year has already been incurred, and has been paid, leaving still in
the Treasury, on the 1st day of December, a balance of $225,357,098,
which, after deducting the gold reserve, is about $100,000,000 more
than is necessary as a permanent fund to insure the regular conduct
of the ordinary fiscal operations of the Government. The fact that
this money was not collected by taxation, but was procured by the
issue of bonds, for a purpose other than the payment of ordinary
expenses, does not affect the situation in the least. When the
gold secured by the issue of bonds to replenish the reserve has
been used for the redemption of notes, the notes redeemed are
received and held as part of the general fund, and must be used for all
the public purposes to which they can be legally applied. The money
being actually in the Treasury, the sole question isj -whether it shall be
used, when necessary, to defray the expenses of the Government, or be
held as an idle and useless fund, in order to afford an apparent reason
for the imposition of additional taxes upon the people. This available
balance is represented by outstanding bonds bearing interest, and, as its
X3ermanent retention in the Treasury can be of no advantage to the
Government or its citizens, no substantial reason exists why it should
not be expended, if required, before our trade and industries are subjected to new or increased burdens.
The proposition that money in the Treasury, not needed for any other
X3urpose, ought not to be applied to^the payment of public expenses, simply because it was not raised directly by taxation, would not be worthy
of serious discussion if it had not been indorsed in apparent good
faith by many whose opinions are entitled to respectful consideration.
So far as the merits of this question are affected, it can make no difference how the money was procured, for it is actually in the Treasury as
a part of the public funds, and, not being needed for any other special
object, a proper regard for the interests of the people demands that it
shall be used for general X3ublic purposes, before resorting to taxation or
other modes of procuring additional revenue. The only effect of additional revenue, under the circumstances now existing and likely to con


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LXXXV

tinue lor some time to come, would be to increase, or, at least, to preserve, an unnecessary surplus already accumulated, and it will, I think,
be generally admitted, that taxation for either of these purposes would
be wholly unjustifiable.
What is most needed at present is not more taxes, but more economy
in apx3ropriations and expenditures.
The great increase in the ordinary expenditures, of the Government
during the last seven years has been without X3recedent in our history,
in time of peace, and presents a subject which imperatively demands the
most serious consideration of Congress. In 1870, for the first time after
the close of the war, our public expenditures, excluding premiums on
loans and purchases of bonds, but including interest and pensions, fell
below the sum of $300,000,000, and they continued to decrease, with some
fluctuations, until 1886,' when they reached their lowest poinf, amounting
to $242,483,138.50. During the four fiscal years beginning July 1,1885,
and ending June 30, 1889, the annual average expenditures, excluding
premiums on loans© and purchases of bonds, but including all the other
items mentioned abov^, was $263,016,473.18, but during the next four
fiscal years, beginning July 1, 1889, and ending June 30, 1893, the
annual average was $345,405,163.60, an increase of $82,338,690.42 for
each 5^ear. The average annual ordinary expenditures of the Government during the. three fiscal years beginning July 1, 1893, and ending
June 30,1896, were $358,633,341.40, an annual increase of $13,228,177.80
over the next preceding four years. The ordinary receipts of the Government during the last fiscal year—$326,976,200.38—would have paid the
average annual expenditures during the four years from July 1, 1885,
to June 30, 1889, and left a surplus of. $63,959,727.20 at the end of each
year^ or $255,838,980 at the close of the period. The expenditures for
the year 1896, although $31,298,508.41 less than in 1893, were nearly 25
per cent higher than in 1889. For the current fiscal year the ordinary
expenditures, excluding the cost of the postal service, excex3t the
deficiency, will, according to the estimates, reach the sum of $382,500,000,
an amount which has been equaled in only one year since 1866.
An examination of the expenditures and the objects for which they
were made, shows that during the first period of four years—1886, 1887,
1888, and 1889—the average annual payments on account of civil and
miscellaneous items were $78,262,020.13; on account of the War
Department, $38,960,721.39; on account of the Navy Department^
$16,838,568.35; on account of Indians, $6,358,799.13; on account of
pensions, $76,586,813.43, and on account of interest on the public debt,
$46,009,553.75, while the average amou^nt of expenditures for the same
objects during the succeeding period of seven years was, for civil
and miscellaneous items, $96,780,865.81; for the War Department,
$49,577,677.53, for the Navy Department, $27,868,164; for Indians,
$10,304,314.95; for pensions, $135,328,561.71, and for interest on the
public debt, $31,213,341. The average annual excess of expenditures



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during the last x3eriod over the expenditures for the same X3urx30ses
during the first x^^^^^^ ^'"^s? ^^i' civil and miscellaneous items,
$18,518,845.68; for the War Department, $10,616,956.14 ; for the Navy
Dex3artment, $11,029,498.62; for Indians, $3,945,515.82, and for X3ensions, $58,751,748.28, the only decrease being in the amount X3aid for
interest on the public debt, which y/as $14,796,211.95 less X3er annum
than during the first x3eriod.
. •
It does not ax3X3ear that there has been any such necessary extension
or substantial improvement of our X3i'iblic service as to justify these
enormous increases in exx3enditures, and, in my ox3inion, we have reached
a situation which not only forbids the favorable consideration of measures calculated to augment our annual outlay, but which obviously
demands a thorough revision of our X3ermanent ax3X3rox3riation laws
and the enforcement of strict economy in future annual legislation ux3on
this subject.
But, unless our annual receipts are increased by improved business
conditions, or our annual expenditures are reduced, a time will arrive
when x3rovision must be made for additional revenue; and, if the expenditures of the Government shall be increased by acts of Congress, the
necessity for such a measure will arise earlier than the X3resent situation
seems to indicate. In view of this possible contingency, it will not be
inapx3rox3riate to submit a few suggestions concerning the general X3olic5^
to be adox3ted in making x3rovision to meet the future necessities of the
-Government. For more than a century our tariff legislation has been
designed, to a great extent, at least, to accomplish objects other than the
raising of revenue for public purposes. The x3rotection of capital invested in our native industries and the protection of labor emx3loyed in
the United States, against the competition of the x3roducts of foreign
industries and foreign labor, have been alleged as the x3aramount objects
in many cases, and urged as a justification for progressive increases of
tariff taxes and commercial restrictions, v/hen revenue was not needed,
or Y/hen the rates imx30sed were made so high as to reduce the
revenue. In other instances,. revenue duties have been abolished in
order that protective duties might be retained or increased, and the
necessities of the Government and just X3rincix3les of taxation have been
subordinated to the demands of sx3ecial interests.
So long as the income of the Government from customs and internal
taxes exceeded its expenditures, the fiict that x3rotective duties were
destructive of revenue, although clearly apparent to all who observed
the practical operation of the system, did not attract the attention of
the public generally; but the situation has been materially changed
since 1892, and hereafter it v/ill not be X30ssible to sacrifice revenue to
X3rotection without seriouslj^ embarrassing the fiscal affairs of the Government, by dex3riving it of an income sufficient to defray its necessary
exx3enditures. If the usual proportion of this income is hereafter to be
derived from taxes on imx3orted goods, the x3rotective theory must be



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abandoned as the basis of our legislation ux3on the subject, and a wellconsidered and consistent revenue system must be substituted in its
X3lace; and, in my opinion, this can be done without material injury to
any trade or industry now existing in this country. The danger of n
large foreign competition in our home market, and the alleged injurious
effects of such competition upon the interests of domestic labor, hav^e
not only been greatly exaggerated in the X3ast, but are less now than at
n>ny time heretofore, and must continue to grow less hereaffer.
In 1886, three statisticians and economists of high standing, at the
request of one of my predecessors, Mr. Secretary Manning, made and
submitted to him a careful estimate of the number of persons engaged
in gainful occupations in the United States, who could be .subjected to
foreign comx3etition, and, although they worked by different methods
and conducted their investigations index)endently of one another, their
several estimates agreed within a fraction of 1 per cent. In their
.ox3inions, about 5 x3eT cent of our pox3ulation so engaged were subject
to competition from other countries, and one of the gentlemen said:
^^The general conclusion that if trade were entirely free, the fraction
of our X3resent industrial x30X3ulation injuriously subject to foreign competition would not exceed 6 or 7 pev cent, seems to me unquestionable.'^
Those estimates were based ux3on the census of 1880 and the trade of
1886. Since that time, great changes have taken place in our interna•tional trade and in the cost of x3roduction and subsistence in this country, and it can not be doubted that the x^^'i^^cipal industries in the
United States are relatively and actually stronger now than they were
then, and, therefore, better able ii®w than they were then to compete
with foreign x)roducts, not only in the hoine market, but in the markets
abroad, where no sx3ecial privileges or advantages are conferred upon
their rivals by treaties or differential tariffs.
The nuniber of our x^eople engaged in gainful occux3ations increased
from 17,392,099 in 1880 to 22,735,661 in 1890, a gain of 5,343,562 ; and,
while the increase in all such occupations during the ten year-s was 30.72
per cent, the increase in manufacturing and mechanical industries,
which are .sux3X30sed to be most subject to foreign comx3etition, was 49.13
per cent. A further and most gratifying evidence of our growing
industrial X30wer is td be found in the greatly increased •exx3orts of the
products of domestic manufacture, which now constitute, for the first
time in our historj^, more than one-fourth the total value of all our
sales in foreign markets. If these products were not, at least, equal
in quality to similar products of other X3arts of the world, and if
the x^jfiees at which they are sold were not as low as the prices
demanded by our foreign" comx3etitors, they could not find a market
outside the limits of our own country. The exportation of manufactured
products would not go on continuously year after year at an increasing
rate, unless there was a profit for our x3eople in the ox3eration, nor unless
the markets in which they are sold are in some manner benfited by



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SECRETARY OF T H E

TREASURY.

giving a preference to the American article over like articles produced
elsewhere. The annual increases since 1892 in the quantities and values
of exported manufactures, notwithstanding the extremely low prices
which have prevailed in all the markets of the world, are without a
parallel in our commercial history, and furnish such conclusive evidence
of industrial power and a capacity to compete successfully with the
outside world in production and trade as ought to convince our people
that protective duties on imported goods can not be hereafter justified
or excused ux3on the plea that they are necessary for the encouragemenb
of capital or the security of labor in this country. With a healthy
internal growth and a constantly increasing export trade, the influence
of foreign competition in our home market must continue to diminish
and there is no reason to fear that our domestic industries could be
seriously interfered with, even under schedules of duties much lower
than we now have.
But an examination of the various gainful pursuits in which the. people of the United States were engaged in 1890, which is the date of the
latest official returns upon the subject, will show that, even if we are
not more independent of foreign compietition now than we were then,
the number of those vv^ho can be adversely affected b}^ the importation of products from abroad is so small, in comparison with our total
population, that it would be both impolitic and unj ust to persist in a
system of taxation designed for the special protection of their interests
at the expense of all others. Of the ^ve great classes or groups into
which the total population engaged in gainful occupations (22,735,661)
is divided, three—x^^'^f^^ssionals, 944,328, domestic and personal servants, 4,360,506, and persons engaged in trade and transportation,
3,325,962—may be excluded at the outset as exempt from foreign comX3etition. No tariff duties can affect these classes, except by increasing
the cost of many of the commodities which they are compelled to buy
and use.
Of the agricultural, mining, and fishing group, numbering 9,013,669,
only a very small percentage can be subjected to direct comx3etition with the foreigner, and this part is located on or near the seacoast
or other borders of our country. In some parts of New England, in
northern New York, and in a few other localities on the border,
Canadian competition in agricultural products must sometimes be met
to a certain extent, but the people in all these places are able to
export other kinds of x3roducts, similar to those of their Canadian
neighbors, and sell them at a profit in the Dominion and in other
parts of the world, in competition with all others. In fact, the
traffic in agricultural products across the Canadian line includes large
sales by our citizens to the people of the Dominion, as well as purchases from them, and the official statistics of our whole trade with
that country in this character of products show that we annually
export more than three times as much as we import, our exports last



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LXXXIX

year being $17,400,000, and our imports only $5,500,000. It is safe to
say that not more than 500,000 persons, or about five and a half per
cent of those engaged in agriculture, mining, and fishing in this country, can be in any degree adversely affected by competition from
abroad; and all these are Avholly or partially comx3ensated for foreign
interference in their home market by the increased sales which international trade secures for their own products in foreign markets.
In considering the manufacturing and mechanical industries, for the
purpose of ascertaining to what extent they can be subject to foreign
competition, the following general prox30sitions may, I think, be
accepted as the basis for just conclusions :
(1) A large and continuous export of a particular class of articles
proves an ability to manufacture as cheaply as any foreign competing
nation.
(2) Natural advantages, such as the proximity or cheapness of raw
materials, inventiveness, special aptitudes, and facilities secured by an
extensive use of superior machinery, are sufficient in most cases to
exclude foreign competition.
(3) Many occupations, such as those of bakers, blacksmiths, carpenters, masons, and others, are necessarily local; the work must be done
at a particular place, and, consequently, foreign competition is impossible.
/
(4) The expenses of importation—the cost of transportation, insurance,
loss of interest, etc.—prevent competition from abroad in many kinds
of manufacturing and mechanical products.
Applying these propositions in the investigation of the industries
known as ^^manufacturing and mechanical,'' the result may be most
briefly and conveniently stated in the form of a table, in which the
interests subject to more or less foreign competition are classified as
nearly as possible according to the tariff schedules and in accordance
with an extremely liberal view of the question.
Industries.
Clay a n d pottery, etc,
Textiles
Paints, etc
Chemicals
Paper, etc
Metals
Food
Miscellaneous
Total

Number
of e m p l o y e e s .
•

Wages.

71,619
589,048
11,511
19,474
16,745
160,555
38,920
79, 707

$35,786, 320
201,350,485
7,840,510
11,019,322
10,395,436
88, 662,796
12,087,501
36,396,382

987,573

403,538,752

These constitute about 21 per cent of the 4,712,622 x3ersons engaged
in all our manufacturing and mechanical industries, and, adding to them
the 500,000 employed in agriculture, mining, and fishing, a total of
1,487,573 is obtained, which is about 61 per cent of the total x30X3ulation
engaged in all gainful occupations, according to the returns of 1890, A
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deductions ought to be made from this total. Geograx3hical position,
X3roximity to materials or markets, or the existence of cheax3 and
efficient transx3ortation facilities,;^ ox3erate" as a strong natoraV x3rotection against foreign as well as domestic comx3etition. There is a constant
internal movement of our industries, seeking more favorable situations,
in order to reduce the cost of x3roduction and secure better access to the
markets, and every such change, when judiciously made, strengthens
our industrial system and reduces the danger of x30S5ible interference by
the introduction of foreign x3roducts. If the full effect of these movements could be ascertained, it would be found that they have during the
last few years contributed largely to the index3endence and x3rosperity of
our manufacturing industries, and that on this account great numbers
-of our x3eople who were formerly subjected to more or less foreign competition are now entirely exempt from it. The failures of many of our
industries in the past have been attributed to insufficient x3rotection
.against comx3etition from abroad, when the real causes were unfavorable
locations and lack of skill and exx3erience on the X3art of their managers,
or oversux3X3ly of x3roducts by domestic establishments.
Ill view of the comparatively small and constantly decreasing X3art of
our laboring X30X3ulation that could be affected even by a repeal of all
duties, a movement for the imposition of higher duties ux3on imported
goods can not be regarded as justifiable ux3on any of the grounds usually
urged in sux3port of such measures by the advocates of the x^i'otective
theor}^
Nor do I believe that, under existing industrial and trade conditions,
here and abroad, an increase of duties upon articles now dutiable, with
the excex3tion of a few which are not produced at all in this countrj^,
and others which are not produced in sufficient quantities to sux3X3ly
the demands of our own peox3le, would ^deld the Government much,
if an3^, additional revenue. What has already been said concerning
the ability of our manufacturers and others to command the home
market, to the exclusion of foreign x^i^o^^-^cts similar to their own,
shows that, in the selection of imx3orted articles for taxation for the
purx30se of raising revenue, the Government is necessarily confined to
comx3aratively narrow limits. The cost of x3roduction in all the great
manufacturing nations has been so nearly equalized by modern
inventions and economies, that movements of their several x3roducts
from one to. another can not take X>^-CG ux3on a large scale, or for
any considerable length of time, if these x3roducts are burdened in the
markets to which they are sent with charges to which they are not
subjected in the countries of their origin; and this tendency tov/ard
equalization of cost is still going on and must continue. A very
small tax or charge will now entirely x^^-^vent the imx3ortation of
many articles which a few years ago constituted a large x3rox3ortion of
our total dutiable merchandise and contributed very materially to
our X3ublic revenues. This great change in the rela;tive industrial COB


REPORT OF THE SECRETARY. .OF THE TREASURY.

XCI

-ditions of the commercial world can not be safely ignored in our investigations of this subject, and, when x3roper allowance has been made for
its X3resent and x3rosx3ective effect upon the amount of revenue to be
derived from duties upon imported goods, I think it will be found that,
instead of increasing existing rates upon articles now dutiable, it will
be necessary to resort to taxation ux3on various kinds of importations
heretofore exempted simply because they were not included within the
scope of the protective theory. Of course, there are.some excex3tions
to the general proposition that increased rates upon articles now taxed
would not increase revenue. Articles of taste and luxury, and articles
of X3rinie necessity, which can not now be x3roduced in this country in
sufficient quantities to sux3X3ly the home demand, v/ill yield revenue
under rates of duty higher in proportion to their, value than could be
imposed, for revenue purposes, upon the great mass of commodities now
subject to tariff taxation. So far as our dutiable schedules now include
such articles, some increase of .revenue might be secured by imx30sing
higher . rates, but even this will prove to be an annually diminishing
amount, excex3t in the cases of such articles as can not, on account of
natural conditions, be hereafter x3roduced here.
Of all the great manufacturing nations, ours is the only one which
annually x3roduces a surx3lus of food and raw materials, and, unless we
fail to utilize our resources, we must become the great exx3orting country
of the world. No very considerable X3art of our natural material can be
much longer profitably carried to other countries and returned to us in
the form of manufactures, but it v/ill be converted into the finished
product by our x3eople in their own shox3S and factories, and, after supplying the home demand, the surx3lus will go abroad, to comx3ete successfully with like x3roducts of other peoples not so favorably situated. .
This is the. result toward which we have been rapidly advancing
since 1892, and, unless our x3rogress is seriously checked by unusual
adverse influences, the time can not be very far distant when the imx3ortation of manufactured x3roducts as one of the sources of revenue must
be substantially excluded from our estimates. While a revival of business and a return to more x^rosx3erous conditions would increase the
income of the Government from customs, under the exisiting rates of
duty, on manufactured articles, it is reasonably certain that the quantities and values of such articles hereafter imported will be less than they
were before the depression began, and that they will not in the future,
under any rate that may be established, reach the x3rox3ortions of ten or
fifteen years ago.
If this view of the subject is correct, it is evident that new objects of taxation must be included in our tariff schedules, or the attempt to secure the
usual x3rox3ortion of revenue from customs must be abandoned, and some
other method of raising means to sux3X3ort th e G o vernment must be adox3ted;
but, whether revenue shall be raised by duties on irax3orted goods or by
the imx30sition of taxes in some other form, there are certain funda


XCn

REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.

mental rules and principles applicable to the subject, which can not be
disregarded without injustice to the people from v/hom the exactions
are to be made. The first and most imx3ortant one is, that no tax should
be laid except for X3nblic purposes, and that all sums paid by the people
should be received by the Government. Any tax, whether impost or
excise, which increases the cost of commodities to the consumer, beyond
the amount collected by the Government, is unjust and indefensible upon
any correct economic principle. Taxation should not only be imposed
for public purposes alone, but it should be limited as far as X30ssible to
such articles as the people can avoid the use of without impairing their
ability to earn a subsistence or increasing the cost of any part of the
materials on which they work, that is, on articles of voluntary, rather
than on articles of necessary, use; and all such taxes should be so adjusted,
when possible, as to distribute the burdens of Government equally upon
the x3Cople, according to their ability to bear them. It is not claimed
that absolute equality in the distribution of the burdens of taxation can
be secured in all cases, under any practical system that can be devised,
but gross inequalities can certainly be avoided, and they are much less
likely to result when revenue is made the sole object of tariff legislation
than when the customs laws are framed to accomplish other purposes.
When the true principles of taxation are recognized and apx3lied in
our fiscal legislation, there will be no difficulty in securing an ample
revenue for the support of the Government, in the exercise of all its
proper functions, without subjecting our industries to injurious and
unnecessary burdens, or our trade to injurious and unnecessary restrictions. Although the number of purely revenue articles has been much
diminished by the economic changes that have taken place during the
last few years, such articles are still sufficient in number, and they are
and must continue to be imported in such quantities, as to afford, under
moderate rates of duty, all additions to the income of the Government
that future exigencies may prove to be necessary; and, no matter what
may be the preferences of any X3art of our people upon the subject, the
necessities of the situation demand the adoption of a system of taxation
which will utilize these resources.
J.

G.

CARLISLE,

Secretary.
To Hon.

THOMAS B . E E E D ,

Speaker of the House of Eepresentatives.




TABLES ACCOMPANYING THE REPORT ON THE FINANCES.







T A B L E A.—STATEMEIS^T OF THE OUTSTANDIK'G- P I U N C I P A L OF THE P U B L I C I 3 E B T OF THE U N I T E D STATES J U N E 30,

OLD D E B T .
F o r d e t a i l e d i n f o r m a t i o n i n r e g a r d t o t h e e a r l i e r l o a n s embracetl u n d e r
t h i s h e a d , see F i n a n c e K e p o r t for 1876.
T R E A S U R Y IS^OTES P R I O R T O 1846.
A c t s of O c t o b e r 12, 1837 (5 S t a t u t e s , 201); M a y 21, 1838 (5 S t a t u t e s ,
228); M a r c h 2, ]839 (5 S t a t u t e s , 323); M a r c h 31,1840 (5 S t a t u t e s , 370);
F e b r u a r y 15,1841 (5 S t a t u t e s , 4 1 i ) ; J a . n u a r y 3 1 , 1 8 4 2 (5 S t a t u t e s , 469);
A u g u s t 31,1842 (5 S t a t u t e s , 581), a n d M a r c h 3,1843 (5 S t a t u t e s , 614).
T R E A S U R Y N O T E S O F 1846.
A c t of J u l y 22, 1846 (9 S t a t u t e s , 39)
MEX1CA>N^ rN"DEMjS^iTY.
A c t of A u g u s t 10, 1840 (9 S t a t u t e s , 04)
T R E A S U R Y Is^OTES O F 1847.
A c t of J a n u a r y 28, 1847 (9 S t a t u t e s , 118)
T R E A S U R Y IS'OTES O F 1857.
A c t of D e c e m b e r 23, 1857 (11 S t a t u t e s , 257)
A.ct of
A c t of
A c t of
A c t of
A c t of
A c t of
A c t of

BOUiSrTY-LA:N'D S C R I P .
F e b r u a r y 11, 1847 (9 S t a t u t e s , 125)
LOAN" O F 1847.
J a n u a r y 28, 1847 (9 S t a t u t e s , 118)
-.
TEXAN" I N D E M N I T Y STOCK.
S e p t e m b e r 9, 1850 (9 S t a t u t e s , 447)
L O A N O F 1858.
J u n e 14, 1858 (11 S t a t u t e s , 365)
L O A N O F F E B R U A R Y , 1861 (18Sls).
F e b r u a r y 8, 1861 (12 S t a t u t e s , 129)
T R E A S U R Y N O T E S O F 1861.
M a r c h 2, 1861 (12 S t a t u t e s , 178)
OREGON W A R DEBT.
M a r c h 2, 1861 (12 S t a t u t e s , 198)
* I n c l u d e d i n '' old d e b t . ' '




W h e n redeemable.

R a t e of interest.

On d e m a n d .

L e n g t h of
loan.

Price
at which
sold.

Amount
authorized.

1896.

5 and 6 per
cent.

1 and 2 years 1 and 2 years
from d a t e .

$151,745.26

.

O
H

yV of 1 t o 6
per cent.

$51, 000, 000. 00

$47,002,900.00

(*)
i

1 year..

1 year
date.

from

^ \ of 1 t o 5 |
per cent.

Par.

10,000, 000.00

7, 087, 800. 00

5 3'ears.

5 years
date.

from

5 per cent..

Par.

320,000. 00

303, 573. 92

1 and 2 years 1 and 2 years
from d a t e .
-.

A m o u n t outstanding.

A m o u n t issued,

5 | and 6 per
"cent.

Par.

23, 000, 000. 00

t 20,122,100. 00

3 t o 6 x^er
cent.

Par -

Indefinite

52, 778,900. 00

Par.

Indefinite

233,075.00

1 year

1 year
date.

from

Indefinite...
20 y e a r s

A t t h e pleasu r e of t h o
Government.
J a n . 1,1868...

14 y e a r s

J a n . 1,1865...

6 i^er c e n t . . .
6 per c e n t . . .
5 per c e n t . . .

I S j ^ e a r s . . . . . J a n . 1,1874...

5 per c e n t . . .

10 or 20 y e a r s Dec. 31,1880..

6 per cent...

a

o
>^
H

23, 000, 000. 00

\ 28, 230, 350. 00

950. 00

10, 000, 000. 00

5, 000, 000. 00

pre.
of3j^.

20, 000, 000. 00

20, 000, 000. 00

2, 000. 00

(Av.) 89.03

25, 000, 000. 00

18, 415, 000. 00

m

20, 000. 00

5, 000. 00

l i to 2
per ct.
pro.
Par
AA;.

35, 364, 450. 00
P a r t o Indefinite
60 day's or 2
years a f t e r 6 per c e n t . . . W o per
ct. i:)re.
date.
1,090,850.00
2, 800, 000. 00
Par
J u l y 1, 1 8 8 1 . . .
20 y e a r s .
6 -pev c e n t . . .
+ Includij:ig c o n v e r s i o n Of T r e a s u r y n o t e s .
Mhcluding reissues.
60 d a y s or 2
years;

w
Pi

2, 4o0. 00
2, 500.00

1^
o.

T A B L E A.—STATEMENT

O F T H E OUTSTANDING P R I N C I P A L O F T H E P U B L I C D E B T , ETC.—Continued.
O
L e n g t h of
loan.

W h e n redeemable.

R a t e of i n terest.

20 y e a r s .

A f t e r J u n e 30,
1881.

6 per cent.

Par.

Indefinite.

A t t h e pleasu r e of t h e
Government.

3 | per cent.

Par.

On d e m a n d

None .

Par.

Amount
authorized.

A m o u n t issued.

A m o u n t outstanding.

L O A N O F J U L Y A N D A U G U S T , 1861.
T h e a c t of J u l y 17, 1861 (12 S t a t u t e s , 259), a u t h o r i z e d t h e i s s u e of
$250,000,000 b o n d s , with, i n t e r e s t a t n o t e x c e e d i n g 7 p e r c e n i u m p e r
a n n u m , r e d e e m a b l e a f t e r t w e n t y y e a r s . T h e a c t of A u g u s t 5,1861
(12 S t a t u t e s , 316), a u t h o r i z e d t h o i s s u e of b o n d s , w i t h i n t e r e s t a t 6
p e r c e n t u m ijer a n n u m , p a y a b l e a f t e r t w e n t y y e a r s from d a t e , i n
e x c h a n g e for 7-30 n o t e s i s s u e d u n d e r t h e a c t of d u l y 17, 1861.
L O A N O F J U L Y A N D A U G U S T , 1861.
C o n t i n u e d a t 3 | p e r c e n t i n t e r e s t , a n d r e d e e m a b l e a t t h e p l e a s u r e of
the Governraent.
OLD D E M A N D NOTES.
A c t s of J u l y 17, 1861 (12 S t a t u t e s , 259); A u g u s t 5, 1861 (12 S t a t u t e s ,
313); F e b r u a r y 12, 1802 (12 S t a t u t e s , 338).
S E V E N - T H I R T I E S O F 1861.
A c t of J u l y 17, 1861 (12 S t a t u t e s , 259)
F I V E - T W E N T I E S O F 1862.
A c t s of F e b r u a r y 25, 1862 (12 S t a t u t e s , 345); M a r c h 3, 1864 (13 Statutes, 13), a n d J a n u a r y 28, 1865 (13 S t a t u t e s , 425).
LEGAL-TENDER NOTES.
T h e a c t of F e b r u a r y 25, 1862 (12 S t a t u t e s , 345). a u t h o r i z e d t h e i s s u e
of $150,000,000 U n i t e d S t a t e s n o t e s , n o t b e a r i n g i n t e r e s t , p a y a b l e t o
b e a r e r a t t b e T r e a s u r y of t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s , a n d of s u c h d e n o m i n a t i o n s , n o t l e s s t h a n live d o l l a r s , a s t h e S e c r e t a r y of t h e T r e a s u r y
m i g h t d e e m e x p e d i e n t , $50,000,000 t o b e a p p l i e d t o t h e r e d e m p t i o n
of d e m a n d n o t e s a u t h o r i z e d b y t h e a c t of J u l y 17,1861; t h e s e n o t e s
t o b e a l e g a l t e n d e r i n p a y m e n t of a l l d e b t s , p u b l i c a n d p r i v a t e ,
w i t h i n t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s , e x c e p t d u t i e s o n i m p o r t s a n d i n t e r e s t onthe public debt, a n d t o be exchangeable for 6 p e r c e n t U n i t e d
S t a t e s b o n d s . T h e a c t of J u l y 11,1862 (12 S t a t u t e s , 532), a u t h o r i z e d
a n a d d i t i o n a l i s s u e of $150,000,000, of s u c h d e n o m i n a t i o n s a s t h o Secr e t a r y of t h e T r e a s u r y m i g h t d e e m e x p e d i e n t , b u t n o s u c h n o t e
s h o u l d b e for a f r a c t i o n a l p a r t of a dollar, a n d n o t m o r e t h a n
$35,000,000 of a l o w e r d e n o m i n a t i o n t h a n five d o l l a r s ; t h e s e n o t e s t o
b e a l e g a l t e n d e r a s before a u t h o r i z e d . T h e a c t of M a r c h 3, 1863
(12 S t a t u t e s , 710), a u t h o r i z e d a n a d d i t i o n a l i s s u e of $150,000,000, of
s u c h d e n o m i n a t i o n s , n o t l e s s t h a n o n e d o l l a r , a s t h e S e c r e t a r y of t h e
T r e a s u r y m i g h t prescribe; which notes were made a legal lender as
before authorized. • T h e s a m e a c t limited t h e t i m e i n w h i c h t h e




idefinite.

3 years.

A u g . 19 a n d 7fo p e r c e n t . A v . p r e .
Oct. 1. 1864.
of iV%^.

$250, 000, 000. 00 $189, 321, 350. G
O

3,600.00

60, 000, 000. 00 *60, 030, 000. 00

54, 347 50

139, 999, 750. 00

10,700.00

Indefinite

6 per cent... A v . p r e .
ofiWtJ-

515, 000. 000. 00

Indefinite.

None

450, 000, 000. 00

Par.

O
H
O

w
w
H"

o

>
Kl.

5 o r 20 y e a r s . M a y 1, 1867 . .

On d e m a n d . . .

$45, 250. 00

514, 771, 600. 00

218, 600. 00

o
346, 681, 016. 00

W

Pi

Kj

Treasury notes might be exchanged for United States bonds to July
1,1863. The amount of notes authorized by this act were to be in
lieu of $100,000,000 authorized by the resolution of January 17,1863
(12 Statutes, 822). The act of May 31,1878 (20 Statutes, 87), provides
that no more of the United States legal-tender notes shall be canceled or retired, and that when any of said notes are redeemed or re•^
ceivedinto the Treasury under any law, from any source whatever,
•^
and shall belong to the "United States,they shall not be retired, catte d ' celed, or destroyed, but shall be reissued and paid out again, and
C^ kept in circulation.

hj

TEMPORARY LOAN.
<j
ic

Acts of February 25.1862 (12 Statutes, 346); March 17, .1862 (12 Statutes, 370); July 11,1862 (12 Statutes. 532), and J u n e 30,1864 (13 Statutes, 218).

4, 5, and 6
per cent.

Indefinite.

After 10 days
notice.

1 yeax.

1 year after 6 percent.

Par.

150, 000, 000. 00 .716, 099, 247.16

2,850. 00

Par.

561,753, 241. 65

3,000. 00

CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS.
Acts of March 1, 1862 (12 Statutes, 352); May 17, 1862 (12 Statutes,
370), and March 3,1863 (12 Statutes, 710).

W
CO

a

FRACTIONAL CURRENCY.
Acts of July 17, 1862 (12 Statutes, 592); March 3, 1863 (12 Statutes,
711), and June 30, 1864 (13 Statutes, 220).

Indefinite..

On presentation.

17 years.

J u l y l , 1881... 6 per cent.

Indefiinite..

A t the pleasure of the
Government.

1 year

1 year after 5 per cent... Par.
date.

400, 000, 000. 00 44, 520, 000. 00

2 years

2 years after
date.

400, COO, 000. 00 166, 480, 000. 00

None .

Par.

50, OOOi 000. 00 '368,720,079. 51

Av. pre.

75, 000, 000.00

6,891,184.14

LOAN OF 1863.
The act of March 3, 1863 (12 Statutes, 709), authorized a loan of
$900,000,000, and the issue of bonds, with interest not exceeding 6
per centum per annum, and redeemable in not less than ten nor more
than forty years, principal and interest payable in coin. The act of
June 30, 1864 (13 Statutes, 219), repeals the above authority, except
as to the $75,000,000 of bonds already advertised for.
Bonds of this loan continued at 3 | per cent interest, and redeemable
at the pleasure of the Government.
ONE-YEAR NOTES OF 1863.
Act of March 3, 1863 (12 Statutes, 710)

75, 000, 000. 00

'O

w

3^ per cent.

5 per cent.

\^.
>

8,100. 00

of4,:m.

>

TWO-YEAR NOTES OF 1863.
Act of March 3, 1863 (12 Statutes, 710)

O
H
O

Par.

27, 300. 00

COMPOUND-INTEREST NOTES.
Acts of March 3, 1863 (12 Statutes, 710), and June 30, 1864(13 Statutes,
218).




- 3 years from 6 per cent
compound.
date.
* Incliiding reissues.

3 years

400,000,000.00

266, 595,440. 00

a
<

T A B L E A . — S T A T E M E N T O P T H E OUTSTANI)ING P R I N C I P A L O F T H E P U B L I C DEBT^ ETC.—Continued.

L e n g t h of
loan.

W h e n redeemable.

R a t e of i n terest.

Price
at which
sold.

Amount
authorized.

A m o u n t issued,

a
A m o u n t outstanding.

T E N - F O R T I E S O F 1804.
A c t of M a r c h 3, 1864 (13 S t a t u t e s , 13)

10 or 40 y e a r s . M a r c h 1, 1874,

F I V E - T W E N T I E S O F 1864.
A c t of J a n e 30, 1864 (13 S t a t u t e s , 218)
S E V E N - T H I R T I E S O F 1864 A N D 1865.
A c t s of J u n e 30,1864 (13 S t a t u t e s , 218) ; J a n u a r y 28, 1865 (13 S t a t u t e s ,
425), a n d M a r c h 3,1865 (13 S t a t u t e s , 468).

$35, 350. 00

O

125, 561, 300. 00

16, 400. 00

o

800, 000, 000. 00 '829, 992, 500. 00

124, 050. 00

m

5 pei" c e n t . . . P a r t o 7 $200,000,000.00 $196,118, 300. 00
per ct.
IDrem.

5 or 20 y e a r s . N o v . 1 , 1 8 6 9 . . . 6 p e r c e n t . . . A v . p r e . 400, 000, 000. 00
Of2yW(T.
3 years

<

A u g . 15,1867 ]
J u n e 15,1868
J u l y 15,1868 ]

7jp(j iDorcent. A v . p r e .

F I V E - T W E N T I E S O F 1865.
A c t s of M a r c h 3,1865 (13 S t a t u t e s , 468), a n d A p r i l 12,1886 (14 S t a t u t e s ,
31).
C O N S O L S O F 1865.

5 or 20 y e a r s . N o v . l , 1 8 7 0 . . . 6 p e r c e n t . . . A v . p r e .

Indefinite

203, 327, 250. 00

21,850.00

A c t s of M a r c h 3,1865 (13 S t a t u t e s , 468), a n d A p r i l 12,1<866 (14 S t a t u t e s ,
31).
G O N S O L S O F ,1867.

5 :or-20 y e a r s . .Jiuly 1, 1 8 7 0 . . . "6 p e r c e n t . . . A v . p r e .
ofli'^oVu-

loidefinite......

332,'998, 950. 00

1O9,2O.0.:O.O

A c t s of M a r c h 3,1865.(13 S t a t u t e s , 468), a n d A p r i l 12,1866 (14 S t a t u t e s ,
31).
f
C O N S O L S O F 1868.

5 or 20 y e a r s . JiLily 1, 1 8 7 2 . . . 6 p e r c e n t . . . A v . p r e .
•of Tuh-

379, 618, 000. 00

171, 200. 00

A c t s of M a r c h 3,1865 (13 S t a t u t e s , 468), a n d A p r i l 12,1866 (14 S t a t u t e s ,
31).

5 or 20 y e a r s . J u l y 1, 1 8 7 3 . . . 6 p e r c e n t . . . A v . p r e .

o

THREE-PER-CENT

F I V E - P E R - C E N T L O A N O F 1881.
T h e a c t of J a n u a r y 14,1875 (18 S t a t u t e s , 296), a u t h o r i z e s t h e S e c r e t a r y
of t h e T r e a s u r y t o u s e a n y s u r p l u s r e v e n u e s from time :to ;time i n
t h e T r e a s u r y n o t ' o t h e r w i s e a p p r o p r i a t e d , a n d t o i s s u e , sell,-dispose
of, a t n o t l e s s ithan p a r , i n coin, e i t h e r of .the d e s c r i p t i o n of b o n d s of
t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s d e s c r i b e d i n t h e a c t of J u l y 14, 1870 (16 S t a t u t e s ,
,272r),to t h e e x t e n t n e c e s s a r y for t h e r e d e m p t i o n of f r a c t i o n a L c u r r e n c y i n s i l v e r c o i n s of t h e d e n o m i n a t i o n s of t e n , t w e n t y - f i v e , a n d
fifty .cents
FRASER lof s t a n d a r d v a l u e .

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42, 539, 350. 00

CERTIFICATES.

A c t s of M a r c h 2.1867 (14 S t a t u t e s , 558), a n d J u l y 25,1868 (15 S t a t u t e s ,
183).

Digitized for


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75, 000, 000. 00 *85,155,000.00
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•. T h o a c t of M a r c l i S , 1875 (18 S t a t u t e s , 466), d i r e c t s t h e S e c r e t a r y of t h e
T r e a s u r y t o i s s u e b o n d s of t h e c h a r a c t e r a n d d e s c r i p t i o n s e t o u t i n
,the a c t of J u l y 14, 1870 (16 S t a t u t e s , 272), t o J a m e s B . E a d s , or h i s
'legal r e p r e s e h t a t i v c j s , i n paytrVent a t p a r of t h e w a r r a n t s of t h o Secr e t a r y of W a r l o r tlie c o n s t r u c t i o n of .ietties a n ' d a ' u x i l i a t y work's t o
m a i n t a i n a w i d e a n d d e e p c h a n n e l b e t w e e n t h e S o u t h P a s s of t h e
M i s s i s s i p p i R i v e r a n d t h e G u l f 'of M e x i c o , u n l e s s C o n g r e s s s h a l l
l i a v e p r e v i o u s l y p r o v i d e d for t h e p a y m e n t o f ' t h e sarnie b y t h e n e c e s sary appropriation of'mohey.
T h e a c t of J u l y 14, r870 (16 S t a t u t e s , 272), a u t h o r i z e s t h e i s s u e of
$200,000,000 a t 5;pe'r"cehtutu, iDrincipal a n d i n t e r e s t p a y a b l e i n coin
of t h e p r e s e n t s t a n d a r d valite, ^ t t h e p l e a s u r e of t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s
Government, after t e n y e a r s ; t h e s e bonds to be e x e m p t from t h e
I ) a y m e h t of a l l t a x e s or d u t i e s ' o f t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s , a s w e l l a s f r o m
t a x a t i o n i n a n y f o r m b y or u n d e r S t a t e , m u n i c i p a l , or local a u t h o r i t y .
B o n d s a n d c o u p o n s p a y a b l e a t W e T r e a s ' u r y of t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s .
T h i s a c t n o t t o a u t h o r i z e a n i n c r e a s e of t h e b o n d e d d e b t o'f t h e
U n i t e d S t a t e s . B o n d s t o b e s o l d a t n o t l e s s t h a n 'par i n coin, a n d
t h e p r o c e e d s t o b e a p p l i e d t o 'the r e d e m p t i o n 'of o u t s t a n ' d i h o ' 5-20's
or t o b e e x c h a n g e d for s a i d S-SO's, p a r for p'ar. P a y m e n t of t h e s e
b o n d s , w h e n d u e , t o b e n i a d e i n o r d e r of d a t e s a n d n u m b e r s , b e g i n n i n g w i t h e a c h dag's l a s t d a t e d a n d n u m b e r e d . I n t e r e s t t o c e a s e a t
t h e en d of t h r e e m o n t h s f r o m n o t i c e of i n t e n t i o n t u r e d e e m . T h e a c t
of J a n u a r y 20, 1871'(16 S t a t u t e s , 399), i n c r e a s e s t h e a m o u n t of 5 p e r
c e n t s t o $500,000,'000, p r o v i d e d t h e t o t a l a m ' o u n t of b o n d s i s s u e d s h a l l
riot e x c e e d t h e a.m6unt o r i g i n a l l y a u t h o r i z e d , a n d a u t h o r i z e s t h e
i n t e r e s t o n a n y "of t h e s e bond's t o b e p a i d q u a r t e r l y .
T h e a c t of D e c e m b e r 17, 1873 (18 S t a t u t e s , 1), a u t h o r i z e d t h e i s s u e of
a n e q u a l a m o u n t of b o n d s of t h e l o a n o'f 1858, w h i c h t h e h o l d e r s
t h e r e o f m a y , on or b e f o r e F e b r u a r y 1,1874, elect t o e x c n a n g e for t h e
bonds'of this loan.
F O U R - A N D - O N E ' - H A L F - P E R - C E N T L O A N O F 1891.
ING.)

317,994,150.00

M a y 1, 1 8 8 1 . . . 5 p e r c e n t . . .

32, 500. 00

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T h e a c t of J u l y 14, 1870 (10 S t a t u t e s , 272), a u t h o r i z e s t h e iss)ie of
$300,000,000 a t 4^ p e r c e n t u m , p a y a b l e i n coin of t h e p r e s e n t starid•ard v a l u e , a t t h e p l e a s u r e 'of t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s G o v e r n m ' e h t , a f t e r
fifteen y e a r s ; t h e s e b o n d s t o b e e x e m p t from t h e p a y m ' e n t of all
t a x e s o r d u t i e s of t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s , a s w e l l a s from t a x a t i o n i n a n y
form b y ' o r u n d e r S t a t e , niuriicii)al, o r l o c a l a u t h o r i t y . B o n d s a i i d
couijons p a y a b l e a t t h e T r e a s u r y of t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s . T h i s a c t n o t
t o a u t h o r i z e a n i n c r e a s e of t h e b o n d e d d e b t of t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s .
B o n d s t o h e "sold a t riot l e s s t h a n p a r i n coin, a n d t h e p r o c e e d s t o b6
a p p l i e d t o t h e r e d e m p t i o n of. . o u t s t a n d i n g 5-20'8 o r t o be. e x c h a n g e d
for s a i d 5-20's, p a r for p a r . P a y m e n t of t h e s e b o n d s , w h e n d u e , t o
b e m a d e i n o r d e r of d a t e s a n d n u m b e r s , b e g i n n i n g w i t h e a c h c l a s s
l a s t d a t e d a n d n u m b e r e d . I n t e r e s t t o c e a s e a t t h e e n d of t h r e e
m o n t h s from n o t i c e of i n t e n t i o n t o r e d e e m .
V




• 10 y e a r s .

15 y e a r s .

S e p t . 1 , 1 8 9 1 . . . 4^ p e r c e n t .

1S5..000,000.00

389,150. C
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OF T H E OUTSTANDING P R I N C I P A L OF T H E P U B L I C D E B T , ETC.—Continued.
Length of
loan.

When redeemable.

Rate of in- atPrice
which
terest.
sold.

Amount
authorized.

Amount issued,

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Amount outstanding.
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FOUR-AND-ONE-HALF-PER-CENT LOAN OF 1891. (RESUMPTION.)
The act of January 14,1875 (18 Statutes, 296), authorizes the Secretary
of the Treasury to use any surplus revenues from time to time in the
Treasury not otherwise appropriated, and to issue, sell, dispose of,
at not less than par in coin, either of the descriptions of bonds of the
United States described in the act of J u l y 34, 1870 (16 Statutes, 272)
for the purpose of redeeming, on and after January 1,1879, in coin^
at the office of the assistant treasurer of the United States in New
York, the outstanding United States legal-tender notes when presented in sums of not less than fifty dollars.

15 years-

Sept. 1,1891.

4^ per cent.

Par to
1^ per
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FOUR-PER-CENT LOAN OF 1907. (REFUNDING.)
The act of J u l y 14, 1870 (16 Statutes, 272), authorizes the issue of
$1,000,000,000 at 4per centum, payablein coin of the present standard
value, at the pleasure of the United States Government, after thirty
years; these ibonds to be exempt from the payment of all taxes or
duties of the United States, as well as from taxation in any form by
or under State, municipal, or local authority. Bonds andcoupon^s
payable at the Treasury of the United States. This act not to authorize an increase of the bonded debt of the United States. Bonds
to be sold at not less than par in coin, and the proceeds to be applied
to the redemption of outstanding 5-20's, or to be exchanged for said
5-20's, par for par. Payment of these bonds, when duo, to be made
in order of dates and numbers, beginning with each class last dated
and numbered. Interest to cease at the end of three months from
notice of intention to redeem. See Refunding Certificates, page 10.

30 years.

J u l y l , 1907... 4 per cent... P a r t e
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'$559,636,850.00

FOUR-PER-CENT LOAN OF 1907. (RESUMPTION.)
The act of January 14,1875 (18 Statutes, 296), authorizes the Secretary
of the Treasury to use any surpuls revenues from time to time in the
Treasury not otherwise appropriateo and to issue, sell, dispose of
at not less than par, in coin, either o. the description of bonds of
the United States described in the act of J u l y 14, 1870 (16 Statutes,
272), for the purpose of redeeming on and after January 1, 1879, in
coin, at the office of the assistant treasurer of the United States in
New York, the outstanding United States legal-tender notes when
preseoted in sums of not less than fifty dollars.




O
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710, 887,100.00

30 years.

July 1, 1907.

4 percent.

Par.

Indefinite-

30, 500, 000. 00

CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT.
T h e a c t of J u n e 8, 1872 (17 S t a t u t e s , 336), a u t h o r i z e s t h e d e p o s i t of
U n i t e d States notes w i t h o u t i n t e r e s t by b a n k i n g associations in s u m s
n o t less t h a n $10,000 a n d t h e i s s u e of certificates t h e r e f o r i n d e n o m i n a t i o n s of n o t l e s s t h a n $5,000; w h i c h c e r t i f i c a t e s s h a l l b e p a y a b l e
o n d e m a n d in U n i t e d S t a t e s n o t e s , a t t h e p l a c e w h e r e t h e d e p o s i t s
w e r e m a d e . .It p r o v i d e s t h a t t h e n o t e s so d e p o s i t e d in t h e T r e a s u r y
s h a l l n o t b e c o u n t e d a s a p a r t of t h e legal r e s e r v e , b u t t h a t t h e certificates i s s u e d t h e r e f o r m a y b e h e l d a n d c o u n t e d b y t h e n a t i o n a l
b a n k s a s p a r t of t h e i r l e g a l r e s e r v e , a n d m a y b e a c c e p t e d i n t h e sett l e m e n t of c l e a r i n g - h o u s e b a l a n c e s a t t b e p l a c e w h e r e t h e d e p o s i t s
t h e r e f o r w e r e niade, a n d t h a t t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s n o t e s for w h i c h s u c h
c e r t i f i c a t e s w e r e i s s u e d , or o t h e r U n i t e d S t a t e s n o t e s of l i k e a m o u n t ,
s h a l l b e h e l d a s s p e c i a l d e p o s i t s i n t h e T r e a s u r y , a n d u s e d o n l y for
t h e r e d e m p t i o n of s u c h c e r t i f i c a t e s .

Indefinite..

On d e m a n d

None .

No limit.

64, 780,000. 00

31,990,000.00

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GOLD CERTIFICATES.
T h e a c t of M a r c h 3, 1863 (12 S t a t u t e s , 711), a u t h o r i z e s t h e Secret^iry of
t h e T r e a s u r y t o r e c e i v e d e p o s i t s of gold coin a n d b u l l i o n in s u m s of
n o t l e s s t h a n t w e n t y d o l l a r s , a n d t o i s s u e certificates t h e r e f o r i n
d e n o m i n a t i o n s of noib less t h a n t w e n t y d o l l a r s e a c h ; t h e coin a n d
b u l l i o n d e p o s i t e d for or r e p r e s e n t i n g t h e certificates t o b e r e t a i n e d
i n t h e T r e a s u r y for t h e j ) a y m e n t of t h e s a m e on d e m a n d . T h e cert i f i c a t e s so i s s u e d t o be receiA^ed a t p a r i n p a y m e n t of i n t e s e s t on t h e
p u b l i c d e b t a n d for d u t i e s on i m p o r t s . T h e a c t of J u l y 12,1882 (22
S t a t u t e s , 165), p r o v i d e s t h a t . t h e S e c r e t a r y of t h e T r e a s u r y s h a l l
s u s p e n d t h e i s s u e of gold certificates w h e n e v e r t h e a m o u n t of gold
coin a n d gold b u l l i o n i n t h e T r e a s u r y r e s e r v e d for t h e r e d e m p t i o n of
U n i t e d S t a t e s n o t e s falls b e l o w o n e h u n d r e d m i l l i o n s of d o l l a r s .
SILVER

On d e m a n d

None :

Par.

Indefinite.

42,818,189. 00

w

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pi
H
Pi
Kl
O

CERTIFICATES.

T h e a c t of F e b r u a r y 28,1878 (20 S t a t u t e s , 26, sec. 3), p r o v i d e s t h a t a n y
h o l d e r of t h e coin a u t h o r i z e d b y t h i s a c t m a y d e p o s i t t h e s a m e w i t h
t h e T r e a s u r e r or a n y a s s i s t a n t t r e a s u r e r of t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s in
s u m s n o t l e s s t h a n t e n d o l l a r s a n d r e c e i v e t h e r e f o r c e r t i f i c a t e s of
n o t l e s s t h a n t e n d o l l a r s each, c o r r e s p o n d i n g w i t h t h e d e n o m i n a t i o n s
of t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s n o t e s . T h e coin d e p o s i t e d for o r r e p r e s e n t i n g
t h e c e r t i f i c a t e s s h a l l b e I'ctained in t h e T r e a s u r y for t h e p a y m e n t of
t h e s a m e on d e m an d. Said c e r t i f i c a t e s s h a l l b e r e c e i v a b l e for c u s t o m s ,
t a x e s , a n d a l l p u b l i c d u e s , a n d , w h e n so r e c e i v e d , m a y b e r e i s s u e d .
T h e a c t of A u g u s t 4, 1886 (24 S t a t u t e s , 227), a u t h o r i z e s t h e i s s u e
of s i l v e r c e r t i f i c a t e s in d e n o m i n a t i o n s of one, t w o , a n d five d o l l a r s ;
s a i d c e r t i f i c a t e s t o b e r e c e i v a b l e , r e d e e m a b l e , a n d p a y a b l e in l i k e
m a n n e r a n d for l i k e p u r p o s e s a s i s p r o v i d e d for b y t h e a c t of F e b r u a r y 28; 1878.




Indefinite..

Indefinite...

On d e m a n d .

None .

No limit.

342, 619, 504. 00

pi
CO

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pi

o

T A B L E A . — S T A T E M E N T OF T H E OUTSTAKDING P R I N C I P A L OF T H E P U B L I C D E B T , ETC.—Continued.
Length of
loan.
REFUNDING CERTIFICATES.
The act of February 26,1879 (20 Statutes, 321), authorizes the Secretary
of tho Treasurytoissue, inexchangefor lawfulmoney of the United
States, certihcates Of deposit of the denomination of ten dollars,
bearing interest at the rate of four per centum per annum, and convertible at anytime, with accrued interest, into the four per centum
bonds described in the refunding act; the money so received to be
applied only to the payment of the bonds bearing interest at a rate
not less than five per "centum, in the mode prescribed by said act.
F U N D E D LOAN OF 1881, CONTINUED A T T H R E E AND ONEH A L F P E R CENT.
These bonds were issued in exchange for five-j)er-cent bonds of the
funded loan of 1881, by mutual agreement between the Secretary of
tho Treasury and the holders, and were made redeemable at the
pleasure of the Government.
F U N D E D LOAN OF 1891, CONTINUED A T TWO P E R CENT.
These bonds were issued in exchange for the four and one-half per
cent funded loan of 1891, by inutual agreement between the Secretary of the Treasury and the holders, and Avere made redeemable at
the pleasure of the Government.
LOAN OF J U L Y 12, 1882.
These bonds were issued in exchange for the five and six per cent
bonds which had been previously continued at three and one-half
per cent by mutual agreement between tho Secretary of the Treas. ury and the holders, and were made redeemable at the pleasure of
the Government.
LOAN OF 1904.
The act of January 14,1875 (IS Statutes, 296), authorizes the Secretary of the Treasury to use any surplus revenues from time to time
in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, and to issue, sell, dispose of at not less than par, in coin, either of the descriptions of
bonds of the United States described in the act of J u l y 14,1870 (16
Statutes, 272), for the purpose of redeeming, on and after January
1, 1879, in coin, at the office of the assistant treasurer of the
United States in New York, the outstanding United States legaltender notes when presented in sums of not less than fifty dollars.
LOAN OF 1925.
The act of January 14,1875 (18 Statutes, 296), authorizes the Secretary
of the Treasury to use any surplus reA-'cnues, from time to time, iii
tho Treasury not'Otherwise appropriated, and to issue, sell, disjjoso




When redeemable.

Rate of interest.

Price
atAvhich
sold.

Amount
authorized.

Amount issued,

Amount outstanding.
Pi

Indefinite.

Convertible in- 4 per cent..
to 4 per cent
bonds.

No limit -

$40, 012, 750. 00

$47,140. 00

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A t pleasure of
the Government.

W
Pi
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3^ per cent..;

•pi

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indefinite.

10 years.

A t pleasure of
the Government.

I per cent.

A t pleasure of
the Government.

3 per cent.

Feb. 1,1904.

5 per cent.

Par.

25, 364, 500.00

25, 364,500.00

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7, 000. 00

Par.

O

100, 000, 000. 00

100, 000, COO. 00

Pi

a
Pi
30 years.

F e b . 1,1925

4 per cent.

/104.4946
1111.166

1G2, 315, 400. 00

162, 315, 400. 00

of a t n o t l e s s t h a n p a r , i n coin, e i t h e r of t h e d e s c r i p t i o n s ' of b o n d s
. of t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s d e s c r i b e d i n t h e a c t of J u l y 14,1870 (16 S t a t u t e s ,
272), for t h e p u r p o s e of r e d e e m i n g , o n a n d a f t e r J a n u a r y 1, 1879, i n
coin, a t t h e , office of t h e a s s i s t a n t t r e a s u r e r of t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s
n N e w York, tho outstanding United States legal-tender notes,
w h e n p r e s e n t e d i n s u m s of n o t l e s s t h a n fiffcy d o l l a r s .
T R E A S U R Y N O T E S O F 1890.
T h e a c t of J u l y 14,1890 (26 S t a t u t e s , 289), d i r e c t s t h e S e c r e t a r y of t h e
T r e a s u r y t o p u r c h a s e , from t i m e t o t i m e , s i l v e r b u l l i o n t o t h e a g g r e g a t e a m o u n t of four m i l l i o n five h u n d r e d t h o u s a n d o u n c e s , or so
m u c h t h e r e o f a s m a y b e ofiered i n each m o n t h , a t t h e m a r k e t p r i c e
thereof, n o t e x c e e d i n g o n e d o l l a r for t h r e e h u n d r e d a n d s e v e n t y o n e a n d t w e n t y - f i v e h u n d r e d t h s g r a i n s of p u r e s i l v e r , a n d t o i s s u e i n
p a y m e n t for s u c h p u r c h a s e s of s i l v e r b u l l i o n T r e a s u r y n o t e s of t h e
U n i t e d S t a t e s , t o b e p r e p a r e d b y t h e S e c r e t a r y of t h e T r e a s u r y , i n
s u c h f o r m a n d of s u c h d e n o m i n a t i o n s , n o t less t h a n o n e d o l l a r n o r
m o r e t h a n o n e t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s , as h e m a y p r e s c r i b e . T h a t s a i d
n o t e s s h a l l b e r e d e e m a b l e on d e m a n d , i n coin, a t t h e T r e a s u r y of
t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s , or a t t h e office of a n y a s s i s t a n t t r e a s u r e r of t h e
U n i t e d S t a t e s , a n d w h e n so r e d e e m e d m a y b e r e i s s u e d ; b u t n o
g r e a t e r or loss a m o u n t of s u c h n o t e s s h a l l b e o u t s t a n d i n g ] a t a n y
t i m e t h a n t h e c o s t of t h o s i l v e r b u l l i o n a n d t h e s t a n d a r d s i l v e r dollars coined therefrom t h e n held in t h e Treasury, p u r c h a s e d by such
notes, a n d such T r e a s u r y notes shall be a legal tender in p a y m e n t
of all d e b t s , p u b l i c a n d p r i v a t e , e x c e p t w h e r e o t h e r w i s e e x p r e s s l y
s t i p u l a t e d i n t h e c o n t r a c t , a n d s h n l l be r e c e i v a b l e for c u s t o m s , t a x e s ,
a n d all p u b l i c d u e s , a n d Avhen so r e c e i v e d m a y b e r e i s s u e d ; a n d
s u c h notes, w h e n held b y a n y national b a n k i n g association, m a y
b e c o u n t e d a s a p a r t of i t s l a w f u l r e s e r v e . T h a t ui)on d e m a n d of
t l i e h o l d e r of a n y of t h e T r e a s u r y n o t e s p r o v i d e d for, t h e S e c r e t a r y
of t h e T r e a s u r y s h a l l r e d e e m t h e s a m e i n gold or s i l v e r coin, a t h i s
d i s c r e t i o n , i t b e i n g t h e e s t a b l i s l i e d p o l i c y of t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s t o
m a i n t a i n t h e t w o metals on a p a r i t y w i t h each other u p o n t h e prese n t l e g a l r a t i o , or s u c h r a t i o as m a y b e p r o v i d e d b y l a w .

155, 931,002. 00

129, 683, 280. 00

Pi
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N A T I O N A L - B A N K NOTES (REDEMPTION ACCOUNT).
T h e a c t of J u l y 14, 1890 (26 S t a t u t e s , 289), p r o v i d e s t h a t b a l a n c e s
s t a n d i n g w i t h t h e T r e a s u r e r of t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s t o t n e r e s p e c t i v e
c r e d i t s of n a t i o n a l b a n k s for d e p o s i t s m a d e t o r e d e e m t h e c i r c u l a t i n g n o t e s of s u c h b a n k s , a n d all d e p o s i t s t h e r e a f t e r r e c e i v e d for
like purpose, shall be covered into t h e T r e a s u r y as a miscellaneous
r e c e i p t , a n d t h e T r e a s u r e r of t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s s h a l l r e d e e m from
t h e g e n e r a l c a s h i n t h e T r e a s u r y t h e c i r c u l a t i n g n o t e s of s a i d b a n k s
which m a y come into his possession subject to redemption, * * *
a n d t h e b a l a n c e r e m a i n i n g of t h e d e p o s i t s so c o v e r e d shall, a t t h e
close of e a c h m o n t h , b e r e p o r t e d on t h e m o n t h l y i3ublic d e b t s t a t e m e n t a s d e b t of t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s b e a r i n g n o i n t e r e s t .




20,102, 022. 50

Pi

m

m
d
Pi

1,769,840,323.40

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* E x c l u s i v e of $64,623,512 b o n d s i s s u e d t o P a c i f i c r a i l r o a d s .

ciy

REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.

T A B L E B . — S T A T E M E N T OF OUTSTANDING P R I N C I P A L OF T H E P U B L I C D E B T OF T H E
U N I T E D STATES ON T H E 1ST O F J A N U A R Y OF E A C H Y E A R FROM 1791 TO 1843,

INCLUSIVE, A N D O N THE IST OF JULY OF EACH Y E A R FROM 1843 TO 1896, INCLUSIVE.
Year.
Jan. 1,1791.
1792.
1793.
1794.
3795.
1796.
1797.
1798.
1799.
1800.
1801.
1802.
1803.
1804.
1805
1806.
1807.
1808.
1809
1810
1811.
1812
1813
1814.
1815
1816,
1817
1818,
1819.
1820,
1821,
1822.
1823,
1824.
1825,
1826.
1827
1828
1829,
1830,
1831,
1832
1833
1834
1835
1836
1837,
1838
1839
1840
1841
1842
1843

Amount.
$75,
77,
80,
78,
80,
83,
82,
79,
78,
82,
83,

65,
57,
53,
48,
45,
55,
81,
99,
127,
123,
103,
95,
91,
89,
93,
90,
90,
83,
81,
73,
67,
58,
48.
39,
24,
7.
4,

476. 52 July 1,1843.
924.66
1844.
634. 04
1845.
404. 77
1846.
587.39
1847172. 07
1848.
1849.
479. 33
1850
529.12
1851.
669. 77
1852.
294.35
1853.
050. 80
1854.
632.25
1855.
686. 40
1856.
120. 88
1857.
150. 50
1858.
270. 66
1859.
398. 64
1860.
317. 97
1881.
192.09
1862.
217. 52
1863
587. 76
1864.
737. 90
1865.
827.57
1866.
846, 24
1867.
660.15
1868.
933. 74
1869.
965.16
1870.
633.83
1871.
648. 28
1872.
566.15
1873.
427.66
1874.
676. 98
1875.
877. 28
1876.
777. 77
1877.
432. 71
1878.
059. 99
1879.
357. 20
1880.
043. 87
1881.
413. 67
1882.
406. 50
1883.
191.68
1884.
235.18
1885.
698.83
1886.
082. 08
1887.
733.05
1888
513.05
1889,
957. 83.
1890
124.07
1891
221.14
1892
343. 82
1893
875. 54
1894
480. 73
1895
226. 27
1896

$32, 742,922. 00
23, 461,652. 50
15, 925,303.01
15, 550,202.97
38, 826,534. 77
47, 044,862. 23
63,061, 858.69
63. 452,773. 55
68, 304,796. 02
66,199, 341.71
59, 803,117. 70
42, 242,222. 42
35, 586,956.56
81, 932,537. 90
28, 699,831.85
44.911, 881.03
58, 496,837.8S
64,842, 287. 88
90,580, 873.72
524,176, 412.13
1,119, 772,138. 63
1, 815, 784,
370. 57
2, 680, 647,
869. 74
2, 773, 236,
173. 69
2, 678,126,103.87
2, 611, 687,
851.19
2, 588,452,213.94
2, 480, 672,
427.81
2, 353, 211,
332. 32
2, 253, 251,
328. 78
* 2, 234,482, 993. 20
,
* 2, 251, 690, 468. 43
,
* 2, 232, 284, 53J.95
,
* 2,180, 395,
,067.15
* 2, 205, 301, 392.10
,
*2, 256, 205, 892. 53
,
* 2, 349, 567, 482. 04
,
* 2,120,415, 370. 63
,
*2, 069, 013.569. 58
* 1,918, 312,
,994.03
* 1,884,171,728. 07
*1, 830, 528,923.57
11,876, 424,275.14
11,756,445, 205. 78
11,688,229, 591. 63
11,705,992, 320. 58
11, 640, 673,
340. 23
11, 585, 821,
048. 73
11,560,472, 784. 61
tl, 628, 840.
151.63
tl, 598, IIL156.13
11,668,757, 127. 68
,
11,701,033, 661. 25
,
11,787, 990,
,491.40

* In the amount here stated as the outstanding principal of the public debt are included the certificates of deposit outstanding on the 30th of June, issued under act of J u n e 8, 1872, for which a like
amount in United States notes was on special deposit in the Treasury for their redemption and added
to the cash balance in the Treasury. These certificates, as a matter of accounts, are treated as a part
of the public debt, but being offset by notes held on deposit for their redemption, should properly be
deducted from the principal of the public debt in making comparison with former years.
t Exclusive of gold, silver, currency certificates, and Treasury notes of 1890 held in the Treasurer's
cash, and including $64,623,512 bonds issued to the several Pacific railroads




T A B L E G . — A N A L Y S I S O F T H E P R I N C I P A L OF T H E P U B L I C D E B T O F T H E U N I T E D STATES F R O M J U L Y 1, 1856,
Year.

3 per cents.

1856—July 1
1857
1858
1859
I860.'.
1861
1862
1863
1864.
1865
1 8 6 5 — A u g u s t 31 .
1866—July 1
1867
1868
18701871.
1872.
1873.
1874.
1875.
1876.
1877.
1878.
1879.
1880.
3881.
1882.
1883.
1884.
1885.
1886.
1887.
1888.
1889.
1890.
1891.
1892.
1893.
1894.
1895.
1896.




66,
59,
45,
24,
14,
14,
14,
14,
14,
14,
14,
14,
14
14,
318,
238,
208.
158,
33,
14,
14,
14,

000,
125,
550,
885,
665,
000.
000,
000,
000,
000,
000,
000,
000,
000,
000,
204,
612,
190,
046,
716,
000,
000,
000'

000. 00
000.00
000.00
000. 00
000.00
000. 00
000. 00
000.00
000. 00
000.00
000. 00
000. 00
000. 00
000. 00
000. 00
350. 00
150. 00
500. 00
600. 00
500. 00
000.00
000. 00
000. 00

3^ p e r c e n t s .

4 per cents.

4^ per cents.

$57, 926,116. 57
105, 629, 385. 30
77,547, 696. 07
90,496, 930. 74
618,127. 98
121,341,879.62
17,737, 025. 68
801, 361. 23
678, 000. 00
678, 000. 00
678, 000. 00
678, 000. 00
678,000. 00

$460, 461, 050. 00
32, 082, 600. 00

98, 850,000.00
741, 522,000. 00
739, 347,800. 00
739, 347,800. 00
739, 349,350. 00
737, 942,200. 00
737, 951,700. 00
737. 960,450. 00
737, 967,500. 00
737, 975,850.00
714, 315,450. 00
676 214, 990.00
602, 297,360. 00
559, 659,920. 00
559, 664,830. 00
559, 672,600. 00
559, 677,390.00
590, 837,560. 00
721, 999,390.00

$140, 000,000.00
240, 000,000.00
250,000, 000.00
250, 000,000. 00
250, 000,000. 00
250, 000,000. 00
250, 000,000.00
250, 000,000.00
250, 000,000.00
250, 000.000.00
250, 000,000. 00
222, 207,050. 00
139, 639.000. 00
109,015, 750. 00
50, 869,200. 00
500. 00
* 25, 364,
500. 00
* 25, 364,
500. 00
* 25, 364,
500. 00
* 25, 364,
•>• 2 5 , 3 6 4 , 500. 00

* Continued at 2 per cent.

5 per cents.
$3, 632, 000. 00
3,489, 000. 00
23, 538, 000. 00
37,127, 800. 00
43,476, 300. 00
33,022, 200. 00
30, 483, 000. 00
30, 483, 000.00
300, 213, 480. 00
245, 709, 420. 63
269.175, 727. 65
201, 982, 065.01
198, 533, 435. 01
221, 586, 185.01
221, 588, 300. 00
221, 588, 300. 00
274, 236, 450. 00
414, 567, 300. 00
414, 567, 300. 00
510, 628, 050. 00
607,132, 750. 00
711, 685. 800. 00
703, 266, 650. 00
703, 266, 650. 00
508, 440, 350. 00
484, 864, 900. 00
439, 841, 350. 00

50, 000, 000. 00
100, 000, 000. 00
100, 000, 000. 00

6 per cents.
130, 761. 77
24, 971, 958. 93
21, 162, 838.11
21, 162, 938.11
21, 164, 538,11
57, 358, 673. 95
154, 313,225.01
431, 444, 813. 83
842, 882, 652. 09
1, 213, 495,169.90
1,281, .736, 439. 33
1,195, 546, 041. 02
1, 543, 452, 080. 02
1, 878, 303, 984. 50
1, 874, 347, 222. 39
1. 765, 317, 422. 39
1, 613, 897, 300. 00
1. 374, 883, 800. 00
1, 281, 238, 650. 00
1, 213, 624, 700. 00
1,100, 865, 550. 00
984, 999, 650. 00
854, 621, 850. 00
738, 619, 000. 00
283, 681, 350. 00
235, 780, 400. 00
196, 378, 600. 00

TO J U L Y 1,

7j% p e r c e n t s .

$122,582, 485.34
139, 974, 435. 34
139, 286, 935. 34
671, 610, 397. 02
830, 000, 000. 00
813, 460, 621. 95
, 488,344, 846. 95
37, 397, 196. 95

1896.

Total interestbearing debt.
$31,762, 761.77
28, 460,958. 93
44,700, 838.11
58, 290,738.11
64, 640,838.11
90,380, 873.95
365, 304,826. 92
707, 531,634. 47
763. 50
1, 359,930,
2.221,311, 918. 29
294. 96
2, 381, 530,
2,332,331, 207. 60
387. 66
2, 248, 067,
2,202,088, 727. 69
2,162,060, 522.39
722. 39
2, 046, 455,
750. 00
1, 934, 696,
100. 00
1, 814,794,
1,710,483, 950. 00
750.00
1, 738,930.
300.00
1,722, 676,
450. 00
1, 710, 685,
1,711,888, 500. 00
650. 00
1, 794,735,
700. 00
1, 797, 643,
100. 00
1, 723, 993,
750.00
1, 639, 567,
400. 00
1, 463, 810,
150.00
1, 338, 229,
850.00
1, 226, 563,
1,196,150, 950. 00
1,146,014, 100.00
350. 00
1, 021, 692,
950, 522 500. 00
829. 853,990. 00
725, 313,110. 00
610, 529,120. 00
585, 029,330. 00
585, 037,100. 00
635, 041,890. 00
716, 202,060.00
847,363, 890. 00

O
Pi
H

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T A B L E C . — A N A L Y S I S O F T H E P R I N C I P A L O F T H E P U B L I C D E B T O F T H E U N I T E D S T A T E S , ETC.—Continued.
Debt on which interest
has ceased.

1856—July 1
• 1857
1858
1859
1800
1861
1862
1863
'
.
1864
1865
1 8 6 5 — A u g u s t 31.
1866—July 1
1867
1868
1869
1870
1871
1872
1873
1874
•
.
1875
1876
1877
1878
1879
1880
1881
1882....
1883
1884
1885
1886
1887
1888
1889
1890
1891
1892
1893
1894
1895
1896

$209, 776.13
238, 872. 92
211, 042. 92
206, 099.77
201, 449. 77
199, 999. 77
280, 195. 21
473, 048.16
416, 335. 86
1, 245,771.20
1,503, 020.09
935, 092. 05
1,840, 615. 01
1,197, 340. 89
5, 260,181. 00
3, 708,641.00
1, 948,902. 26
7, 926,797. 26
51,929, 710. 26
3, 216,590. 26
11, 425,820.26
3, 902,420. 26
16, 648,860. 26
5, 594,560. 26
37,015, 630. 26
7,621.,455. 26
C, 723,865. 26
16, 260,805. 26
7, 831,415.26
19.656, 205. 26
4,100, 995. 26
9, 704,445. 26
0,115,105. 26
2, 490,095.26
1,911, 485. 26
1,815, 805. 20
1, 614,705.26
2,785, 875. 26
2,094, 060.26
1, 851,240. 26
1, 721,590.20
1, 636,890. 26

Debt bearing no
interest.

$158, 591, 390. 00
411, 767,456.00
455, 437, 271. 21
458, 090,180. 25
461, 616, 311. 51
439, 969, 874. 04
428, 218,101. 20
408, 401, 782. 61
421, 131,510.55
430, 508, 064.42
416, 565, 680. 06
430, 530, 431. 52
472, 069, 332.94
509, 543,128.17
498, 182, 411. 69
465, 807,196. 89
476, 764. 031.84
455, 875, 682. 27
410, 835,741.78
388. 800, 815. 37
422, 721, 954. 32
438, 241, 788. 77
538, 111, 162. 81
584, 308, 808. 31
663, 712, 927. 88
344,
619, 795, 468. 52
077. 37
629, 840, 389.32
739, 287, 446. 97
787, 011,289.47
825, 852, 766. 35
933, 648, 939. 37
,000, 854, 525. 87
958, 360, 506. 42
995, 197, 332. 99
958, 839,543.14
920,

Outstanding principal.

$31, 972, 537. 90
28, 699, 831. 85
44, 911, 881. 03
58, 496, 837. 88
64, 842, 287. 88
90, 580, 873. 72
524, 176, 412.13
1.119, 772,138. 03
1, 815,784, 370. 57
2, 680,647, 869. 74
2, 844,649, 626. 56
2, 773,236,173. 69
2, 678j126,103. 87
2, 611,687, 851.19
2, 588,452, 213. 94
,
2, 480, 672, 427. 81
,
2, 353, 211, 332. 32
,
2, 253, 251, 328. 78
,
2, 234, 482, 993. 20
,
2, 251, 690, 468. 43
,
2, 232, 284, 531. 95
,
2,180, 395, 067.15
r301, 392.10
2. 205,
,
2, 256, 205, 892. 53
,
2, 245, 495, 072. 04
,
2.120, 415, 370. 63
,
2,069, 013, 569. 58
,312,994.03
1,918,
,
1, 884, 171, 728. 07
,
1, 830, 528, 923. 57
1, 863,904, 873.14
1,775, 003, 013. 78
1, 657,602, 592. 63
1, 692,858,984.58
1, 619,052, 922. 23
1, 552,140, 204. 73
1, 545,996, 591. 61
1,588, 464,144. 63
1, 545,985, 686.13
1, 632,253, 636. 68
1, 676,120, 983. 25
1, 769,840, ?23. 40

Cash in tlic Treasury
.July 1.

$21, 000, 584. 89
18,701, 210. 09
7, Oil,689.31
5, 091,603. 69
4, 877,885. 87
2, 802,212. 92
18,863, 859.96
8, 421,401. 22
106, 332,093.53
5, 832,012. 98
88, 218,055.13
137, 200, 009. 85
109, 974,892.18
130, 834.437. 96
155, 680,340. 85
149, 502,471.60
100, 217,263.65
103, 470,798. 43
129, 020,932. 45
147. 541,314. 74
142, 243,361. 82
119, 469,720. 70
186, 025,960. 73
256, 823,612. 08
249, 080, 167.01
201, 088,622. 88
249, 363,415.35
243, 289,519. 78
345, 389,902.92
391, 985,928.18
488, 612,429. 23
492, 917,173.34
482, 433,917.21
629,854, 089. 85
643,113, 172. 01
661,355, 834. 20
694, 083, 839. 83
746, 937,681.03
707, 016, 210. 38
732, 940, 256.13
774, 448,016.51
814, 543,009.70

Total debt less cash i
Treasury.

$10, 965, 953. 01
9, 998, 621. 76
37, 900,1.91.72
53; 405, 234.19
59, 964, 402.01
87, 718, 660. 80
505, 312, 7.52.17
1,111, 350, 737.41
1. 709,452, 277. 04
2, 674,815,856.76
2, 756,431,571.43
2, 636,036,163.84
2, 508,151, 211. 69
2, 480,853, 413. 23
2,432, 771, 873. 09
2, 331,169,956.21
2, 246.994, 068. 67
2,149, 780,530.35"
2,105, 462, 060. 75
2,104, 149,153. 69
2,090, 041,170.13
2, 060,925, 340.45
2, 019,275, 431. 37
1,999, 382, 280.45
1,996, 414, 905. 03
1, 919,326, 747. 75
1,819, 650, 154.23
1, 675,023, 474. 25
1,538, 781, 825.15
1, 438,542, 995. 39
1, 375,352, 443. 91
1, 282,145,840.44
1,175, 168, 675. 42
1, 063,004, 894.73
975, 939, 750. 22
890, 784, 370. 53
851. 912, 751.78
841, 526, 463. 60
838, 969. 475.75
899, 313,380.55
901, 672, 966. 74
955, 297. 253. 70

Annual interest chargi

$1, 869,4.45.70
1, 672,767. 53
2,446, 670. 28
3,126, 166.28
3, 443,687. 29
5, 092,630.43
22, 048,500. 59
41, 854,148.01
78, 853,487. 24
137, 742, 617.43
150, 977,697. 87
146, 068, 196. 29
138, 892,4-51. 39
128, 459, 598.14
125, 523,998.34
.118, 784,960. 34
111, 949,330. 50
103, 988,463. 00
98, 049,804. 00
98,796, 004. 50
96, 855,690.50
96,104, 269. 00
93,160, 643. 50
94, 654,472.50
83,773, 778. 50
79, 633,981.00
75,018, 695. 50
57, 360,110.75
51,436, 709.50
47, 926,432. 50
47, 014,133. 00
45, 510,098.00
41,780, 529. 50
38,991, 935. 25
33, 752, 354. 60
29,417, 603.15
23, 615,735. 80
22, 893,883. 20
22, 894,194. 00
25, 394,385. 60
29,140, 792.40
35,021, 378.10

NOTE 1.—Annual interest charge computed on amount of outstanding principal at close of fiscal year, and is e.xclusive of interest charge on Pacific railway bonds.
NOTE 1'.—The figures for July 1, 1879, were made up a.s.suming pending funding operations to have been completed.
NOTE 3.—The temporary loan per act of .July 11, 18GS', isincluded in the 4 percent.'! from 1862 to 18G8, inclusive, with the e-tception of the amount outstanding August .31, 1865, this being the date at which the public debt reached
its highest point. This loan bore interest from 4 per cent to 6 per cent, and was redeemable on ten days' notice after thirty d a y s ; but being constantly changing, it'has been considered more equitable to include the whole amount
outstanding as bearing 4 per cent interest on an average for the year.




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EEPORT OF THE . SECBETAEY.. OF THE TREASURY.

OTII

T A B L E D . — S T A T E M E N T OF THE ISSUE AND R E D E M P T I O N OF LOANS AND T R E A S U R Y
N O T E S ( B Y WARRANTS) FOR THE F I S C A L Y E A R E N D E D J U N E 30,
1896.

Issues.
Oregon w a r d e b t , a c t of M a r . 2 . 1 8 0 1 . .
T r e a s u r y n o t e s of 1861, a c t of M a r . 2,
1861..:......
•Old-demand n o t e s , a c t s of J u l y 17,
1861, A u g . - 5 , 1861, a n d Feb.. 12,1862.
T w o - y e a r n o t e s of 1863, a c t of M a r . 3,
1863
*
F i v e - t w e n t i e s of 1802, a c t of F e b . 25,
1862
T i v e - t w e n t i e s of 1865, a c t of M a r . 3,
1865
,
L o a n of J u l y a n d A u g . , 1881, a c t s of
. J u l y 17 a n d A u g . 5, 1861
L e g a l - t e n d e r n o t e s , a c t s of F e b . 25
a n d J u l y 11, 1862, J a n . 7 a n d M a r .
3,1863
$68, 924, 000. 00
Gold certificates, a c t s of M a r . 3,1863,
a u d J a l y 12,1882
4, 855, 000. 00
.One-year n o t e s of 1803, a c t of 7 d a r . 3,
1863
C o m p o u n d - i n t e r e s t n o t e s , a c t s of
M a r . 3,1863, a n d J u n e 30,1864
T..oan of 1863, a c t of M a r . 3,1863
T e n - f o r t i e s of 1864, a c t of M a r . 3,1864.
S e v e n - t h i r t i e s of 1864 a n d 1865, a c t s
of J u n e 30,1804, a n d M a r . 3 , 1 8 6 5 . . . .
Consols of 1885, a c t of M a r . 3,1865
Consols of 1867, a c t of M a r . 3,1865
Cons.ols of 1868, a c t of M a r . 3,1865
F u n d e d loan of 1881,,acts of J u l y 14,
1870, J a n . 20.1871, a n d J a n . 1 4 , 1 8 7 5 . .
Certificates of d e p o s i t , a c t of J u n e 8,
72, 630, 000. 00
1872
,
.Silver certificates, a c t of F e b . 28,1878. 154, 008, 000. 00
iRef u n d i n g certificates, a c t of F e b . 26,
1879
L o a n of 1882, a c t of J u l y 12,1882
F r a c t i o n a L c u r r e n c y , a c t s of J u l y 17,
1862, M a r . 3,1863, a n d J u n e 30,'l864F u n d e d l o a n of 1891, a c t s J u l y 14,
1870, J a n . 21,1871, a n d J a n . 14,1875..
F u n d e d l o a n of 1907, a c t s J u l y 14,
11,100. 00
1870., J a n . 20,1871, a n d J a n . 14,1875..
T r e a s u r y n o t e s of 1890, a c t of J u l y 14,
45,158, 880. 00
1890
E e d e m p t i o n of n a t i o n a l - b a n k n o t e s ,
5,965,683.50
a c t J rily 14,1890
131,157, 700. 00
L o a n of 1925, a c t J a n . 14,1875
B o n d s i s s u e d t o Pacific r a i l r o a d s ,
a c t s J u l y 1,1862, a n d J u l y 2 , 1 8 0 4 . . .
Total .
E x c e s s of i s s u e s
E x c e s s of r e d e m p t i o n s
IsTet e x c e s s of i s s u e s c h a r g e d in receipts and expenditures




482, 710, 363. 50

Redemptions.

E x c e s s of
issues.

E x c e s s of
redemptions.

$50. 00

$50.CO

50. 00

50.00

500. 00

500. G
O

200.00

200. CO

1, 600. 00

1,000.00

2, 300. 00

2, 3C0. CO

2, 500. 00

•

2, 500. CO

68, 924, 000. C
O
10, 506, 770. 00

5, 651, 770. 00

190. 00

100.00

1,410.00
500. 00
4, 650. 00

1,410. 00
500.00
4, 650. 00

3, 000. 00
800. 00
2, 600. 00
300. 00

3,000.00
800.00
2, 600.00
300.00

3, 200. 00

3, 200. 00

96, 395, 000. 00
140, 283, 000. 00

23, 765, 000. 00
$13, 725, 000. 00
6, 970. CO
3,200.00

3, 200. 00
2,933.35

2,933.35

58, 150. 00

58,150. 00
11,100. 00

61, 564, 000. 00

16,405,120.00
5, 257, 466. 50

11,223,150.00
131,157, 700. 00
7,199, 000. 00
396,190, 023. 35

7,199, 000. 00
144, 893, 800. 00

58,373,459.85
144, 893, 800. 00
58, 373, 459. 85
86, 520, 340.15

TABLE

E . - - S T A T E M E N T SHOWING T H E P U R C H A S E AND R E D E M P T I O N OF BONDS ON ACCOUNT OF T H E S I N K I N G
YEAR FROM ITS INSTITUTION I N M A Y , 1869, TO AND INCLUDING J U N E 30, 1896.

P r i n c i p a l redeemed.

Y e a r ended—

P r e m i u m paid.

j ^ e t c o s t in
currency.

jSTet c o s t
e s t i m a t e d in
gold.

FUND

Interest due
a t close of fiscal y e a r .

DURING

• Accrued
interest paid
in coin.

EACH

FISCAL

B a l a n c e of
interest due at
close of
fiscal y e a r .

o

J U N E 30, 1869.
Five-twenties
Five-twenties
Five-twenties
Five-twenties
Consols 1865
Consols, 1867
Consols, 1868

of
of
of
of

pi

1862
M a r c h , 1864
J u n e 1864
1865
.
....

.
-

Total

=

$253, 822. 84
11, 725. 00
161, 946. 45
74, 969. 00
73, 736. 80
749, 208. 08
49, 442. 50

8, 691, 000. 00

.

$1,621,000.00
70, 000. 00
1, 051, 000. 00
465, 000. 00
461, 000. 00
4, 718, 000. 00
305, 000. 00

1, 374, 850. 67

$1, 874, 822. 84
81, 725. 00
1, 212, 946. 45
539, 969. 00
534, 736. 80
5, 467, 208. 08
354, 442. 50
10, 065, 850. 67 .

$1, 349, 970. 02
57, 552. 82
873, 205. 61
387, 566. 28
387, 903. 26
3,948,586.11
256, 653.20

$16, 210.00
700.00
10, 500. 00
4, 650. 00
13, 830. 00
141, 540. 00
9,150. 00

$7,384. 60
218. 63
1, 470. 42
2, 683. 54
429. 04
116, 032. 35
8,173. 98

$S, 825.40
481.37
9, 039. 58
1 966.46
13, 400.96
25, 507. 65
976. 02

7, 261, 437. 30

196, 590.00

136,392.56

60,197. 44

J T J I s E 30, 1870.
Five-twenties
Five-twenties
Five-twenties
Five-twenties
Consols, 1865
Consols, 1867
Consols, 1868

of
of
of
of

1862
M a r c h , 1864
J u n e , 1864
1865
•

3, 542, 050.00
85, 000. 00
3, 971, 400. 00
2, 790, 250. 00
11, 532,150. 00
5, 882, 550.00
348, 500. 00

3,
2,
10,
5,

3,263,099.51
75, 658. 54
647, 628. 29
606, 636. 20
080, 736. 97
309, 800. 90
308, 573.16

160, 919.50
5, 350. 00
165, 834. 00
105, 257. 50
495,421.50
302, 734. 50
19, 380. 00

45, 994. 49
1, 080. 99
49, 946. 00
37,113. 53
145, 518. 29
66, 111. 51
5, 238. 73

114 925. 01
4, 269. 01
115,888.00
68,143. 97
349, 903. 21
236 622.99
14,141.27

3, 747, 053. 68

31, 898,953. 68

25,893,143.57

1, 254, 897. 00

351, 003. 54

227, 607. 56
2, 277. 20
340, 509. 63
574, 923. 00
850, 949. 79
541, 559. 41
4, 784. 61

3, 020, 557.56
31, 777. 20
• 4, 307, 879. 63
7, 343, 523. 00
11, 073,149. 79
6, 644, 609. 41
57, 384. 61

2, 680, 209. 05
28, 590. 88
3, 847,182.42
6, 525, 231. 42
9, 762, 387. 78
5, 800, 618. 37
49, 797. 81

145,975.00
1, 240. 00
201, 375. 00
331, 933. 50
522,117. 00
351, 528. 00
3, 096. 00

36, 657. 80
388. 35
51. 703. 46
92, 259. 58
109, 455. 28
76, 745. 93
572. 13

109, 317. 20
851 65
149,671.54
239,673.92
412, 661. 72
274, 782. 07
2, 512. 87

29, 936, 250. 00

2, 542, 631. 20

32, 478, 881. 20

28, 694, 017. 73

1, 557. 264. 50

367, 782. 53

1,189,48L97

7,181, 905. 21
142, 059. 03
4,043, 306.16
4,072,038. 70

6, 345, 391. 98
126,123. 46
3,573, 223. 63
3, 594, 747. 85

75,179. 43
1, 338. 70
57, 449. 80
37, 817. 37

352, 669.57
7,555 30
188 551 70
208, 744. 63

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903, 893. 46

2, 792, 950. 00
29, 500. 00
3, 967, 350. 00
6, 768, 600. 00
10, 222, 200. 00
6,103, 050. 00
52, 600. 00

Total

4, 035. 529.42
lOO; 742:87
4, 477, 589.91
3,151,985.43
12, 986, 928. 37
6, 744, 313. 73
401, 863. 95

28,151, 900.00

.

493, 479.42
15, 742. 87
506,189. 91
361, 735.43
1, 454, 778. 37
861, 763. 73
53, 363. 95

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JUls^E 30, 1871.
Five-twenties
Five-twenties
Five-twenties
Five-twenties
Consols, 1865
Consols, 1867
Consols, 1868

of
of
of
of

1862
M a r c h , 1864
J u n e , 1864
1865

9

Total

.

.

J U N E 30, 1872.
Five'twenties
Five-twenties
Five-twenties
Five-twen
FRASER t i e s

of
of
of
of

1862...
M a r c h , 1864
J u n e , 1864
1865

Digitized for


6,417,850.00
127, 100. 00
3, 604, 650. 00
3, 635, 200.00

764,
14,
438,
436,

055. 21
959. 03
656.16
838. 70

427,
8,
246,
246,

849. 00
894. 00
001. 50
562. 00

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Consols, 1867 . . .•
Consols, 1868
Total

11, 788, 900. 00
6, 958, 900. 00
85, 850. 00

13, 225, 889. 46
7, 792, 500.15
95, 801. 63

11, 660, 785. 89
6, 863, 7^77. 39
84, 595. 02

707, 334. 00
417, 534. 00
5,151. 00

149, 248. 21
108, 487. 92
1, 386. 95

32, 618, 450. 00

3, 935, 050. 34

36, 553, 500. 34

32, 248, 645. 22

2, 059, 325. 50

430, 908. 38

7,137,100. 00
50, 000. 00
3, 741, 150. 00
1, 959, 850. 00
10, 768, 250. 00
4, 402, 100. 00
619, 550. 00

925, 783. 87
7,372.50
480, 684. 37
250, 635.93
1, 371,187.17
553, 610. 89
81, 983. 44

8,062, 883. 87
57, 372. 50
4, 221, 834. 37
2, 210, 485. 93
12,139, 437.17
4, 955, 710. 89
701, 533. 44

7, 089, 542. 58
49, 780. 91
3, 715, 211. 22
1, 943, 488. 93
10, 668, 617. 09
4, 373, 781. 76
617,140. 34

431, 450. 50
3, 500. 00
223, 270. 50
120, 266. 50
646, 095. 00
264,126. 00
37,173.00

• 101,960.57
813. 70
42,216.46
23,744. 47
145, 069. 34
69, 632. 51
8, 948. 40

329, 489. 93
2, 686. 30
181, 054. 04
96, 522. 03
501,025.66
194, 493. 49
28, 224. 60

28, 678, 000. 00

,

1,436,989.46
833, 600.15
9, 951. 63

3, 671, 258.17

32, 349, 258.17

28, 457,562. 83

392, 385. 45

1, 333, 496.05

558, 085. 79
309, 046. 08
3, 764. 05
1,628,417.12

J U X E 30, 1873.
Five-twentiea
Five-twenties
Five-twenties
Five-twenties
Consols, 1865
Consols, 1867
Consols, 1868

of
of
of
of

1862
March, 1864
June, 1864
1865

Total

-

1,725,881.50

1, 421, 700. 00
2, 020, 550. 00
1, 247, 250. 00
3, 393, 650. 00
4,051. 000.00
802, 300. 00

16i, 219. 79
218, 457. 39
135, 577. 95
360, 964. 62
432, 348.18
86, 505. 62

12, 936, 450. 00

1, 395, 073. 55

582, 919. 79
239, 007. 39
382, 827. 95
754,614. 62
483, 348.18
888, 805. 62

1,415, 391. 05
2, 012, 051.32
1, 241, 571. 69
3, 374, 934. 42
4, 029, 975. 86
798, 926.40

99, 519. 00
141, 438. 50
87,307. 50
203, 619. 00
243, 060. 00
48,138. 00

31, 743. 95
48, 013. 46
29, 348,19
46,489. 33
55, 976. 97
11,014.38

67, 775. 05
93,425. 04
57, 959. 31
157,129. 67
187, 083. 03
37,123. 62

14, 331, 523. 55

12, 872, 850. 74

823, 082. 00

222, 586. 28

600,495.72

25,170, 400. 00

25,170, 400.00

541,973.50

353, 061. 56

188, 911. 94

5, 785, 200. 00
10, 869, 600. 00
1, 789, 250. 00

5,785,200.00
10, 869. 600. 00
1, 789, 250. 00

404, 964. 72
760, 872. 00
125 247. . n
^

54, 745. 72
171, 966. 33
30, 805. 86

350,218.28
588 905 67
94, 441. 64

18, 444, 050. 00

To al

1,
2,
1,
3,
4,

18, 444, 050. 00

1, 291, 083. 50

257, 517. 91

1, 033, 565. 59

81, 200. 00
178, 900. 00
180, 350. 00
6, 050. 00
1, 000. 00

81, 200. 00
178, 900. 00
180, 350. 00
6, 050. 00
1, 000. 00

4, 352. 25
9, 943. 50
9. 519. 00
181.50
30.00

1,181. 67
1, 323. 60
3,14L08
108.97
21. 20

3 170 58
8 619.90
6, 377. 92
72. 53
8.80

447, 500. 00

447, 500. 00

24. 026. 25

5, 776. 52

18, 249. 73

J U N E 30, 1875.
Five-twenties of 1862

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J U N E 30, 1874.
Five-twenties of 1862
Five-twenties of June, 1864
Five-twenties of 1865
Consols, 1865
,
Consols, 1867
Consols, 1868

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Five-twenties of 1862
Five-twenties of June, 1864.
Five-twenties of 1865

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Total
J U N E 30, 1877.
Five-twenties of 1862
Five-twenties of June, 1864
Five-twenties of 1865
Consols, 1865
Consols, 1867
Total




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T A B L E E . — S T A T E M E N T SHOWING T H E P U R C H A S E AND E E D E M P T I O N OF BO^;DS ON ACCOUNT O F T H E S I N K I N G F U N D ,

Princii3ai redeemed.

Y e a r ended—

P r e m i u m jDaid.

N e t cost i n
currency.

N e t cost
estimated in
gold.

Interest due
a t close of fiscal y e a r .

ETC.—Continued.

Accrued
interest paid
iu'coin.

B a l a n c e .of
interest due at
close.of
fiscal.year.

^w
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J U N E 30, 1878.

o

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.«fiA«aaidaa*«a>>«..

F i v e - t w e n t i e s of J u n e , 1804
F i v e - t w e n t i e s of 1865
Consols, 1865
Consols, 1867
Consols, 1868
Total

-

.

$17, 900. G
O
15, 900. 00
2, 350. 00
23,600.00
5, 700. 00
8,500. 00

$17, 900. 00
15,900. 00
2, 350. 00
•23,600. 00
•5, 700.'00
•8,-500. 00

$966. 00
834.-00
129. 00
1, 416. GO
•342. 00
510. GO

$192.65
"78.'41
40.92
•273. 35
134.76
89.83

$773. 35
755. 59
88.08
1,142.65
•207. 24
420.17

73,950.00

73, 950. 00

4,197. 00

809. 92

3, 387. 08

2, 650. 00
3,150. 00
1, 850. 00
1,700.00
r9, 050.00
100. 00

165. 75
94.50
•85. 50
102. 00
=543. 00
'6. GO

40. 35
18.-53
-41.'22
41.49
a66.'62
56. G
O

125 40
75.97
44. 28
CO. 51
376.-38
5.44

18,.'500.-00

996. 75

•308.'77

:pi

•-687.'98

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J U N E '30, 1879.
F i v e ' t w e n t i e s of 1862
F i v e - t w e n t i e s of J u n e , 1864
F i v e - t w e n t i e s of 1805
Consols, 1865
Consols, 186:7
Consols, 1868
Total.

,

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•...

2, 650. 00
3,150. 00 •
1. 850.!G0
1,700.00.
9, 050.^00
100.00

•

18,500. 00

•m
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m

J U N . E 30, 1880.
F i v e - t w e n t i e s of 1862...
•. .. < .• i > m i• • iin11 > . . . .
F i v e - t w e n t i e s of J u n e , 1864
F i v e - t w e n t i e s of 1865
1
T e n - f o r t i e s of 1864
l i o a n 'of F e b r u a r y , 1861
U o a n o f • J u l y a n d Au^i^ust, 1851
l i o a n ' o f M a r c h , 1863.
Gregon w a r debt
F a r i d e d l o a n of 1881
F u n d e d l o a n of 1907

73, 652, 900. 00

Total

100. 00
100.^00
•250. 00
076, 050.00
2,'837, 000. 00
32,064,-250. 00 •
12, 797,150. 00
202,550.00
23, 575, 450. 00 •
1,500,000. 00-

100. 00

$74, a61.:95
1, 376,:08'5. 04
549,5035.18
8,-273.02
662,206. 97
125, •558.-26

-250.-00
•G70,-050.00
2,911,101.95
33,440,.335.;0-4
13,.'346.iS5.18
•.210,-823. 02
24,.237,'G56.-97:
l,625,-'558..26'

4.00
4.00
14.-50
28,168. "75
85,110.00
l,ri;05,807.:50
484,747.50;
'9,-787.;50!
'415,162.-70 \
15,'000.^00;

.67
.49
•5. 85
12, 872. 65
47,540. 20
518,148.-79:
213,179. 29;
'3,602.56:
130, 349. 36 i
10,191.74;

3 33
3.51
8.'65
15,296.10
•37,'"569.'-80
•647,^658.61
• •27a,'568. 21
6,124.94
284,-813.34
''4,''808. 26

2, 795, 320. 42

76, 448, 220. 42 :

2, 203, 806. 45 '

935, 951. 60

1, 267,854.85

"51, 27-7. 58

3, 000. 00
50.=G0 •
100. 00 :
•7,!826, 277. 58 •

210.00
3.'50
7.'00
•462, 390.'00

80. 22
.•25
1. '74
160,'072.:88

1^9 78
3 ^5
0 26
302,'317.12

loo.-oo

J U N E 30, 1881.
F i v e - t w e n t i e s of 1 8 6 2 . . .
F i v e - t w e n t i e s of J u n e , 1864
F ' i v e - t w e n t i e s of 1865
liOit'n'of
FRASERF e b r u a r y , 18G1

Digitized for


.

3, OOO.'OO
50.00

ioo.:oo
7, 775,'000. CO

,

'^
•Pi

Total

488,876.11
19,9,514.62
1, 408. 65
320,171. 82

17, 201, 226.11
7, 256, .614.-62
'55,'658.^65
43,089,57L82

1, 002, 747. 00
.3.61, 315..50
2, 584..50
-1,10-6,474.15

200, 043. 95
:S3, 330..51
551.11
263, 342.94

802, 703. 05
27;7.9.84..99
2,033.39
843,130. 21

74,371,850.00

1,061,'248.78

•75, 432, 598. 78

2,935,73L65

707,423. 60

2,-228,308.05

55, 215, 850. 00
2, 637, 850. G
O
1, 000. 00
2, 224,450. G
O

55, 215, 850. G
O
2, 637. 850. 00
1, 000. G
O
2, 224, 450. 00

1, 368,894. 64
91,701.75
23.-33
115, 717.-53

579, 493.12
23, 771.80
2.78
6,-771.:83

789, 401. 50
65, 929. 95
20. 55
108,945. 70

60,079,150.00

1, 576,;337.-23

,612, 039. 53

964, -297. 70

100. 00
41,300.^00
34,128,150.:G0 •
.
10, 019, 400. 00 !

100.00
41, 300..00
661, 7.50.:00
34,128,150.^00
10,019,400.00

5.^50
l,.7a:6.:66
20,760.25
1,171,^034.'37
233, 862.12 ';

14.18
138.13
5, •293.40
a86,=9.13..66
137,402.11

8.68
1.57-8.'53
15; 466. 85
984,120.'71
96, 460. 01

44,.850, 700.-00 i

- - -,

16,712.450.00
7. 057,100. 00
' -54, 250.'C0
42, 769, 400. 00

60, 079,150. G
O

Loan of J u l y and August, 1861
Loan of March, 1863
'Oregon war debt
Funded loan of 1881

44,.850, 700.-00 .

1, 42.7,.378. 90

329, 761. 48

1,097,617.42

200.00 •
5, 200. 00 •
422. 550. G i
O
506,250.00
33,221,450.00
. 12,553,950.00

'200.00.
5,200.00
422,.550..00 •
566, 250. 00 •
33, 221. 450. G
O
12,553,950.00

9..50;
187. 08 :
1'4, 789, 25 ;
19,-818. 7-5 i
1,018,176.-97:
240,130.13

13. 35
164. 24
2,823.-94:
7, 669..86 •
2>6,.923. 93 i
31, 884. 61 ;

-^

J U N E 30, 1882.
Loan of
Loan of
Funded
-Funded

J u l y and August, 1861, continued at 3^ per centMarch, 1863, continued at 3^ x)er cent
loan of 1881, continued at dh per cent
loan of 1881

Total

•••Pi

-Pi
O
pi
1^

•O

J U N E 30, 1883.
•Five-twenties of 1862
Funded 'loaoiof 1881
Loan of J u l y and August, 1861, continued at oh percent
Loan-of March, 1863, continued at 3'^ per cent
Funded loan of 1881, continued at 3^ xter c e n t . , .^
Total.

G61,'750.;G0

•W

••O
'.pi

&

J U N E 30, 1884.
Five-twenties of 1882
Funded loan of 1881
Loan of March, 1863, continued at 3^ per cent. Loan of J u l y and .-August, 1861, continued at 3-^ per cent..
Funded loan of 1881, continued at 3-^percent.."
Loan of J u l y 12,1882
•-.
,

3..85
22.84
11, 965. 31
12. 748.89
741,253.04
208,245.52

'pi
O.
Pi
.1-3
•

46, 769. 600. 00

Total

46,769,600.00

1,293,1U..68'

318,879.:93 '

4, 000. 00
100. 00
1,100. 00
52, 250. 00
IS, 000. 00
230.500.00
45, 282; 20O. 00

4, 000. 00
100.00
1,100. 00
52, 250. 00
18, 000. 00
230, 500. CO
45,282,-200. 00

85. 00
•4. 00 ^
36.67
1, 269. 62 •
499. 62
5, 347. 70
1,153, 460. 88

7:01. 96 .
...49
50.51
588.85
87. ,92
1,416.28
268,'821. 31

616. 96
•3. •51
13.84
680.77
411.-7.0
3,931.42
884„639.57

45,588,150.00

45, 588,150. 00

1,160,703.-49

•271,667.32

.889, 036.17

J U N E 30, 1885.
Five-twenties of 1862
Five-twenties of 1864
-.'.
Funded loan of 1881
Loan of J u l y and August, 186;l, continued at 3^ per cent
T-«oan of March, 1863, continued at 3^ per ecu t.."
Funded loan of 1881, continued at 3l -per cent
Loan of J u l y 12,1882
T
Total




«

974, 231. 75
• • ^

Pi
••>

•m
•cij

W
•><

T A B L E E . — S T A T E M E N T SHOWING T H E P U R C H A S E AND R E D E M P T I O N OF B O N D S ON ACCOUNT O F T H E SINKING F U N D ,

Y e a r ended—

Principal redeemed.

Net cost in
currency.

P r e m i u m paid.

N e t cost
estimated in
gold.

Interest due
a t close of fiscal y e a r .

ETC.—Continued.

Accrued
interest paid
i n coin.

B a l a n c e of
interest due at
close of
fiscal y e a r .

J U N E 30, 1886.

o
X

pi

o

Total
J U N E 30, 1887.
-.
.

L o a n of 1882
T e n - f o r t i e s of 1864
F u n d e d loan of 1881.
L o a n of J u l y a n d A u g u s t , 1861
F i v e - t w e n t i e s of 1862
F i v e - t w e n t i e s of 1865
.
. . .
L o a n of F e b r u a r y 1861
..
L o a n of 1863
..
C o n s o l s of 1865
C o n s o l s of 1867
Consols of 1868 .
L o a n of J u l y a n d A u g u s t , 1861, c o n t i n u e d a t 3^ p e r c e n t
L o a n of 1863, c o n t i n u e d a t 3^ p e r c e n t
F u n d e d l o a n of 1881, c o n t i n u e d a t 3^ p e r c e n t
Total

$100. 00
2, 500. 00
1,100. 00
67, 500. 00
4, 300. 00
300. G
O
14, 250. 00
15, 900. 00
26, 950. G
O
12, 250. 00
49, 800. 00
44, 044, 800. 00
4,100. 00
96, 750. 00
190, 750. 00

$100.00
2, 500. 00
1,100. 00
67, 500. 00
4, 300. G
O
300. 00
14, 250. 00
15, 900. 00
26, 950. 00
12, 250. 00
49, 800. 00
44, 044, 800. 00
4,100. 00
96, 750. 00
190, 750. 00

$1. 50
53. 25
31. 50
1,425.00
85.25
6.00
356.25
419. 25
662. 25
203. 25
826. 50
435. 942. G
O
123. 00
2, 848. 50
4, 704.13

$18. 00
99.00
33.00
14, 399. 00
31.14
2.02
278. 80
842. 29
2. 070. 75
570. 04
868.55
220, 617. 44
31.32
1, 560. 76
1, 065. 34

$16. 50
45 75
1.50
12, 974. 00
54 11
3 98
77 45
423 04
1,408. 50
366 79
4"? 05
215, 324. 57
91 68
1 287 74
3, 638. 79

44,531,350.00.

L o a n of J u l y a n d A u g u s t 1861
L o a n of 1863
F i v e - t w e n t i e s of 1862
F i v e - t w e n t i e s of 1864
F i v e - t w e n t i e s of 1865
...
T e n - f o r t i e s of 1864
...
.
C o n s o l s of 1865
C o n s o l s of 1867
;
C o n s o l s of 1868
F u n d e d l o a n of 1881
L o a n of 1882
L o a n of 1863, c o a t i n u e d a t Sh p e r c e n t
L o a n of J u l y a n d A u g u s t , 1861, c o n t i n u e d a t 3^ p e r c e n t
F u n d e d l o a n of 1881, c o n t i n u e d a t 3^ p e r c e n t
•

44, 531, 350. G
O

447, 687. 64

242, 487. 45

205, 200.19

>

47, 748, 750. 00
1, 300. 00
3,100. 00
28, 700. 00
650.00
8, 000. 00
2, 000. G
O
13, 400. 00
18, 200. 00
34, 000. G
O
500. 00
1, 500. 00
8, 500. 00
25, 600. 00

47, 748,750. 00
1, 300. 00
3,100. 00
28. 700. 00
650. 00
8, 000. 00
2, 000. 00
13, 400. 00
18, 200. 00
34, 000. 00
500. 00
1, 500. 00
8, 500. 00
25, 600. 00

1, 375, 653. 00
84.17
110. 83
1, 722. 00
45.50
560.00
120. 00
804. 00

1,151,976:62
35 33
55. 97
861 00
12 62
86. 08
60 00
409 00
1 055 16
1 293 69
940 25
99 c)2
937 29
713 16

O

2, 040. 00
30.00
52.50
297. 50
926. 33

223, 676. 38
119. 50
166. 80
861. 00
58.12
473. 92
60. G
O
402. 00
2,147.16
3, 333. 69
270. 25
22. 58
60.31
213.17

47, 894, 200. 00

1, 383, 537. 83

231, 864. 88

1,151, 672. 95

18, 880, 500. 00
21, Oil, 366.17

660, 630. 00
794, 247. 00

94, 660. 88
95, 098.43

565, 969.12
'699,148.57

1

i
1

47, 894, 200. 00

1

J U N E 30, 1888.
L o a n of 1882
F u n d e d l o a n of 1891




18, 880, 500. 00
19, 455, 400. 00

$1,555, 966.17

1, 092. GO

pi

o
Pi

Pi
a
^

H

Pi

>
pi

F u n d e d l o a n of 1907.

5, 389, 250. 00 1

1, 296, 049. 71

6, 685, 299. 71

2,852,015.88

46, 577,165. 88

1, 658,170. 00

1,150.00
500. 00
57, 900. 00
3, 000. 00
100. 00
12,153, 850. 00
26, 839, 650. 00

844, 918. 01
7, 672, 222. 29

1,150.00
500. 00
57, 900. 00
3, 000. 00
100. G
O
12, 998, 768. 01
34, 511, 872. 29

69.00
30.00
1, 709. 25
105. G
O
3.50
480, 076.12
1.011,368.00

39.00
15.00
354. 94
20.42
.91
39, 397. 68
180, 452. 69

30.00
15.00
1, 354. 31
84.58
2. 59
440, 678! 44
830, 915. 31

Pi
Pi
hj
O
Pi
H

39, 056,150. 00

Total.

,517,140.30

47, 573, 290. 30

1, 493, 360. 87

220, 280. 64

1, 273, 080. 23

O
Pi

119. 25
35.00
137. 50
537, 523. 68
1, 045, 804. 50

11. 39
16.88
109.14
69, 588. 99
156, 655.13

107. 86
18.12
28. 36
467, 934. 69
889,149. 37

W

710, 666. 79
7, 536, 058. 37

4, 050. 00
1, 000. 00
3, 000. 00
12, 847, 416. 79
35, 231, 658. 37

43,725,150.00 j

43, 817. 79
1, 424, 592. G
O

J U N E 30, 1889.
^ Oregon war debt
^ L o a n of J u l j ^ a n d A u g u s t . 1861.
• ^ L o a n o f 1?882.
L o a n of J u l y a n d A u g u s t , 1861, c o n t i n u e d a t 3^ pe^- c e n t .
L o a n of 1863, c o n t i n u e d a t 3^ p e r c e n t '.
. F u n d e d l o a n of 1891
< F u n d e d loan of 1907
Total.
J U N E : , 1890.
L o a n of
L o a n of
Funded
Funded
Funded

1882
July
loan
loan
loan

a n d A u g u s t , 1861, c o n t i n u e d a t 3^.per c e n t . .
of 1881
of 1891
of 1907

Total.

H3

4, 050. 00
1, 000. 00
3,000. 00
12,136, 750. G
O
27, 695, 600. 00
39, 840, 400. 00

8, 246, 725.16

48, 087,125.16

1,583,619.93

226, 381. 53

1, 357, 238.40

183. 00
57.00
6.00
1. 075, 088. 24
645, 641. 50

44.76
28.50
3.00
1,156, 413. 38
54, 310. 28

138. 24
28. 50
3.00
81, 32.5.14
591, 331. 22

1882
J u l y a n d A u g u s t , 1861.
1863
•
l o a n of 1891
l o a n of 1907

6, 300. 00
950.00
100. 00
27, 860, 400. 00
16,134, 000. G
O

69, 945. 63 I.
, 790,140. 65 i.

6, 300. 00
950. 00
100. 00
27,930, 345. 63
• 19, 924, 140. 65

44, 001, 750. 00

Total.

pi
Pi
H

>

J U N E 30, 1891.
L o a n of
L o a n of
L o a n of
Funded
Funded

Pi

a

6. 28 !.

47, 861, 836. 28

1, 720, 975. 74

1,210,799.92

510,175. 82

50.00
10, 000. 00
10, 650. 00
50.00
350. 00
500. G
O
15, 700. 00
24, 225, 800. 00
47,700.00

50.00
10,000.00
10,650.00
50.00
350. 00
500. 00
15, 700. 00
,225, 800. 00
47, 700. 00

2.25
250. 00
370.12
1.75
11.67
10.79
218. G
O
1, 085, 419. 69
792. 38

1.42
250. 00
93.30
.15
28.76
4.25
53.64
, 940. 75
41.93

276.82
1.60
15. 09
6.54
164. 36
905,478. 94
750. 45

24, 310, 800. 00

24, 310. 800. 00

1, 087, 076. 65

Pi
O
Pi

J U N E 30, 1892.
"War-bonnty scrip
L o a n of 1860
L o a n of J u l y a n d A u g u s t , 1861, c o n t i n u e d a t 3J p e r c e n t .
L o a n of 1863, c o n t i n u e d a t 3^ p e r c e n t
F u n d e d l o a n of 1881
F u n d e d l o a n of 1881, c o n t i n u e d a t dh p e r c e n t
L o a n of 1882
1
F u n d e d loan of 1891
F u n d e d l o a n of 1891, c o n t i n u e d a t 2 p e r c e n t
Total.




180,412.20

.83

Pi
Pi
d
Pi

906, 664. 45

X

T A B L E E . — S T A T E M E N T SHOWING T H E P U K C H A S E AND R E D E M P T I O N OF B O N D S ON ACCOUNT O F T H E S I N K I N G F U N D , ETC.—Continued.

P r i n c i p a l redeemed.

Y e a r ended—

J U N E 30, 1893.
W a r - b o t i n t v scyif) > > . . . .
. .....<<iiiii(itiii.
L o a n of F e b r u a r y 1861
.
L o a n of J u l y a n d A u g u s t 1861
i-'o'an of J u l y a n d A u g u s t , 1861, c o n t i n u e d a t dh p e r c e n t
L o a n of 1863 c o n t i n u e d a t 3^ p e r c e n t
F u n d e d l o a n of 1881, c o n t i n u e d a t 3^ p e r c e n t
L o a n of 1882
T
F u n d e c i l o a n of 1891

P r e m i u m paid.

N e t cost
in currency.

N e t cost
estimated in
gold.

Interest due
a t close of fiscal y e a r .

Accrued
interest paid
i n coin.

$25. 00
1, 000. G
O
7, 600. 00
2, 00(). O
O
'
1, 000. 00
1,000. G
O
. 76, 850. 00
511, 700. G
O

$0.75
30.00
228. 00
35.00
17. 50
23. 33
2, 653. 75
16, 580. 99

$0. 75
, 90. 00
2, 358. G
O
24.74
8.1.0
.86
377. 80
5, 977. 72

$60.00
2,130. 00
10 26
9.40
22.47
2,275. 95
10, 603. 27

601,175. G
O

19, 569. 32

8, 837. 97

10 7^1.35

100. 00
18, 000. 00
1,000.00
15, 400. 00
4,400. 00
176, 000. 00

100. 00
18, 000. 00
1,000.00
15, 400. 00
4,400. 00
176, 000. 00

6.00
630. 00
158. 33
359. 33
73. 00
6, 278. 81

3.00
270. 99
151. 51
134.75
22.29
1,721.51

2i4, 900. 00

7, 505. 47

2, 304. 05

5, 201.42

7,400.00
3, 000. 00
3,100. G
O
2, 500. 00
7, 350. 00
96< 200. bd

7,400. 00
3, 000. G
O
3,100. 00
2, .500. 00
7,' 350. 00
96; 200. 00

325. 50
90.00
163. 33
36. 46
97; 12
3, 509. 04

321. 00
90.00
454. 64
i9.99
47:47
1,810:73

291:31
16. 47
49- 65
1; 698. 31

119, 550. 00

119,' 550. 00

4, 221:45

2, 743; 83

1, 477:62

12.00
j^n no
30.00
394.17

12. bd
15.00
15. 00
397. 43

P^
Pi
Pi
O.
Pi

359 01
6:82
224.58
50. 71
4, 557. 30

214, 900. 00

Tdtal.

$25. 06
1,000.00
7, 600. 00
2, 000. 00
1, 000. G
O
3,000.00
76, 850. 00
511, 700. Oo
601,175. G
O

.

X

B a l a n c e of
interest due at
c l o s e of
fiscal y e a r .

G

^^
Pi

J U N E 30, 1894.
L o a n of J u l y a n d A u g u s t , 1861, c o n t i n u e d a t 3h p e r c e n t
F u n d e d l o a n of 1881
F u n d e d l o a n of 1881, c o n t i n u e d a t iih p e r c e n t . . .
L o a n of 1882
.".
F u n d e d l o a n of 1891
•.
Total

3 do

J U N E 30,1895.
L o a n of J u l y a n d A u g u s t , 1861
..«iiii.••!••.....
L o a n of 1868
F u n d e d l o a n of 1881
F u n d e d l o a n of 1881, c o n t i n u e d a t 3^ p e r c e n t
L o a n of 1882
F u n d e d l o a n of 1891
Total

,

:

4 50

Pi

J U N E 30,1896.
Oregon w a r debt
L o a n of J u l y a n d A u g u s t , 1861.
L o a n of 1863
:
F u n d e d l o a n of 1881




t ^

Pi
pi
l>

j
1

50. 00
500 00
500. 00
3, 200. 00

•

50. od
500 00
500.00
3, 200. 00 j

15 00
15. 00
3.26

L o a n of J u l y a n d A u g u s t , 1861, c o n t i n u e d a t 3-^ p e r c e n t
L o i n of 1882
F u n d e d loan ol" 1891
Total

2,000. 00
3, 200. 00
58,150.00.

.,..

2 , 0 0 0 . GO

3, 200. 00
58,150. 00

70.00
4i. 50
2, 876. 41

67, 600. 00

•

Grand total

DR.

67,600.00,

3, 4o4.- 08

814,841,325.00

$43,998, 454. 43 $i57, 677,- 967. 61; 836,589,469.21:

2'9, 4Si5, 56o. 88

T A B L E F . — S I N K I N G F U N D ACCOUNT F O R F I S C A L YEAR

35.00
22. i o
1,159.68
1, 656. 21;
8,255,602.66

1896.

35 00
19; 40
i, 716. 73
1, 797; 87
21, 229, 963. 22

CR.

.

Pi
O
•pi

^
July

1, 1895

J u n e 30, 1896

T o b.alance from l a s t y e a r ...-;:.-.-.•.....•.•......•.;.•:
$150, 214, 326. 38
T o 1 i)er c e n t o n the'x>i"i"cipal of t h e p u b l i c d e b t on
J u n e 30^ 1895.- l e s s coin a n d c u r r e n c y c e r t i f i c a t e s .
T r e a s u r y n o t e s , a n d c a s h a v a i l a b l e for r e d u c t i o n of
t h e d e b t , vi/j, $996,918; 120:25..•.-.•.;.•.•:.•...•.-:.•:--..
9; 969,131. 20
40, 052, 284. 77
T o i n t e r e s t o n r e d e m p t i o n p r i o r t o fiscal y e a r 1896
T o i n t e r e s t on $5,333,349.85, a m o u n t of d e b t " p a i d "
3v 986.18
d u r i n g fiscal y e a r 1896




200, 239,728. 53

J u n e 30,1896

By
By
By
By
By
By

p r i n c i p a l of b o n d e d d e b t r e d e e m e d i n 1896
accrued interest t l r e r e o n . . . . . . ;
f r a c t i o n a l c u r r e n c y a n d iiotes r e d e e m e d i n 1S96
accrued interest t h e r e o i i . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
n a t i o n a l - b a n k notefj r e d e e m e d iii 1 S 9 6 . . . . . . . . . .
balance

$67, 600. 00
1, 656. 21
8, 283. 35
4l2.134
5,257, 466. 50
194, 904, 309. 93

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T A B L E G . — S T A T E M E N T OF T H I R T Y - Y E A R 6 P E R C E N T BONDS ( I N T E R E S T P A Y A B L E J A N U A R Y AND J U L Y ) ISSUED TO T H E S E V E R A L P A C I F I C
R A I L W A Y C O M P A N I E S U N D E R THE ACTS OF J U L Y 1, 1862 (12 STATUTES, 492), AND J U L Y 2, 1864 (13 STATUTES, 359).
•

Railway companies.

J a n u a r j ^ 1,1895:
C e n t r a l Pacific
K a n s a s Pacific
U n i o n Pacific
C e n t r a l B r a n c h , U n i o n Pacific
W e s t e r n Pacific
Sioux C i t y a n d Pacific

A m o u n t of
bonds
outstanding.

A m o u n t of
A m o u n t of int e r e s t accrued interest due, as
and paid to
per Register's
date.
schedule.

Total interest
paid by
the United
. States.

Balance due
R e p a y m e n t of
the United
i n t e r e s t b y S t a t e s on i n t e r
transportation
est account,
of m a i l s ,
d e d u c t i n g retroops, etc.
payments.

$782,377. 94
189, 090. 00
817,095.36
48, 000. 00
59,116. 80
48,849. 60

$41, 319,112. 41
10, 478, 403. 09
43, 751, 043. 69
2, 653, 808. 26
3, 027, 935. 34
2, 587, 838. 29

$7,199,578.63
4, 322,194. 31
14, 586, 559. 32
617, 621. 58
9, 367. 00
225, 217. 67

$34,119, 533.78
6,156, 208.78
29,164, 484. 37
2, 036,186. 68
3,018,568.34
2, 362, 620. 62

64, 623, 512. G 101,873, 611. 38
O
J u l y 1,1895:
C e n t r a l Pacific
K a n s a s Pacific
U n i o n Pacific
C e n t r a l B r a n c h , U n i o n Pacific
W e s t e r n Pacific
S i o u x C i t y a n d Pacific
,

885,120. 00 $40, 536, 734. 47
303, 000. 00
10, 289, 313. 09
236, 512. 00
42, 933, 948. 33
600, 000. 00
2, 605, 808. 26
970, 560. G
O
2, 968, 818. 54
628, 320. 00
2,538, 988. 69

1,944,529.70

103,818,141. 08

26, 960, 538. 51

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76, 857, 602. 57

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705, 693. 60
189, 090. 00
817, 095. 36
48, 000. 00
59,116. 80
48, 849. 60

42, 024, 806. 01
10, 667, 493. 09
44,568,139.05
2, 701, 808. 26
3, 087. 052.14
. 2, 636, 687. 89

7, 353, 330. 38
4, 400, 201. 41
14, 857, 320.42
625, 792. 26
9, 367. 00
231,938. 23

34, 671. 475. 63
6, 267, 291. 68
29, 710, 818. 63
2, 076, 016. G
O
3, 077, 685.1.4
2, 404, 749. 66

103, 818,141. 08

1,867,845.36

105, 685, 986. 44

27, 477, 949. 70

78, 208, 036. 74

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25, 885,120. G
O
6. 303. 000. G
O
27, 236, 512. G
O
1, 600, 000. 00
1, 970, 560. 00
1, 628, 320. 00

42, 0^4, 806. 04
10, 680, 433. 44
44, 568,139. 05
2, 701, 808. 26
3, 087, 052.14
2, 636, 687. 89

42, 730,499. 64
10, 850, 323. 44
• 45, 407, 248. 66
2, 749. 808. 26
3,146,168. 94
2, 685, 537. 49

7, 503, 090. 31
4,433, 654. 80
15,137, 926. 80
631,890.00
9, 367. 00
238, 785. 98

35,227, 409. 33
6,416, 668. 64
30, 269, 321. 86
2,117, 91.8. 26
3,136,80x. 94
2, 446, 751. 51

H

64, 623, 512. 00
J u l y 1,1896:
C e n t r a l Pacific
K a n s a s Pacific
U n i o n Pacific
C e n t r a l B r a n c h , U n i o n Pacific
W e s t e r n Pacific
S i o u x C i t y a n d P a c i f i c . . . .\ —

41,319,112.41
10, 378,403. 09
43, 751, 043. 69
2, 653, 808. 26
3, 027, 935. 34
2, 587, 838.29

64, 623,512. 00
J a n u a r y 1, 1896:
C e n t r a l Pacific
K a n s a s Pacific
U n i o n Pacific
C e n t r a l B r a n c h , U n i o n Pacific
W e s t e r n Pacific
S i o u x C i t y a n d Pacific

25, 885,120. 00
6, 303, 000. G
O
27, 236, 512. G
O
1, 600, 000. 00
1, 970, 560. 00
1, 628, 320. 00

105, 698, 926.82

107, 569, 586.43

27, 954, 714. i

79, 614, 871. 54

25, 885,120. 00
6, 303, 000. 00
27, 236, 512. 00
1,600,000.00
1, 970, 560. 00
1, 628, 320. G
O

42, 730,499. 64
10,850,323.44
45, 407, 248. 66
2, 749, 808. 26
3,146,168. 94
2, 685, 537. 49

7, 665, 351. 41
4, 466, 765. 49
15, 409, 348. 20
635,957. 97
9, 367. 00
246, 659. 49

35, 722, 841. 83
6, 510, 247.95
30, 685, 395. 82
2,142, 650. 29
3,195, 918. 74
2, 487, 727. 60

64, 623, 512. 00

107, 569, 586. 43

28, 433, 449. 56 i

80, 744, 782. 23

705, 693. 60
182, 690. G
O
817, 095. 36
48, 000. G
O
59,116. 80
48, 849. 60
1, 861, 445.;
657, 693. 60
126, 690. 00
687, 495. 36
28, 800. 00
59,116. 80
48, 849. 60

43, 388,193. 24
10, 977, 013.44
46, 094, 744. 02
2, 778, 608. 26
3, 205, 285. 74
2, 734, 387. 09

1, 608, 645. "36 109, .178, 231. 79

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REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.

CXVII

T A B L E H . — S T A T E M E N T SHOWING T H E AMOUNTS OF M O N E Y I N THE U N I T E D STATES,
I N THE T R E A S U R Y AND I N CIRCULATION, ON THE D A T E S S P E C I F I E D .
J U L Y 1, 1860.
[ P o p u l a t i o n , 31,443,321; c i r c u l a t i o n p e r c a p i t a , $13.85.]
General stock
coined or
issued.
$235, 000, 000
207,102, 477

$6, 695, 225

$228, 304, 775
207 102 477

442,102, 477

6, 695, 225

435, 407, 252

$250, 000, 000
202, 005, 767

$3, 600, 000

$246, 400, 000
202, 005, 767

452, 005, 767

Specie
State-bank notes

In Treasury.

3, 600, 000

448, 405, 767

A m o u n t in
circulation.

J U L Y 1, 1861.
[ P o p u l a t i o n , 32,064,000; c i r c u l a t i o n p e r c a p i t a , $,ld.i
Specie
State-bank notes .

J U L Y 1, 1862.
[ P o p u l a t i o n , 32,704,000; c i r c u l a t i o n p e r c a p i t a , $10.23.]
State-bank notes
United States notes
Demand notes..
.

.

$183, 752, 079
96, 620, 000
53, 040, 000

.

333, 452, 079

$23, 754, 335
2-3, 754, 335 •

A d d : Specie i n c i r c u l a t i o n on t h e Pacific C o a s t

.

$183, 792, 079
72 865 665
53,040,000
309, 697,'744
25, 000, 000
334, 697, 744

J U L Y 1, 1863.
[ P o p u l a t i o n , 33,365,000; c i r c u l a t i o n p e r c a p i t a , $17.84.]
$20,192, 456
238, 677, 218
387, 646, 589
3,351,020

....

$4, 308, 074

649, 867, 283

Fractional currency
State-bank notes
United States notes
Demand notes

79, 473, 245

75,165,171

A d d • Specie i n c i r c u l a t i o n on t h e Pacific C o a s t

$15, 884, 382
238 677 218
312,481,418
3. 351, 020
570,394, 038
25 000 000
595, 394, 038

J U L Y 1, 1864.
[ P o p u l a t i o n , 34,046,000; c i r c u l a t i o n i)er c a p i t a , $19.67.] .

A d d : Specie in c i r c u l a t i o n on t h e Pacific C o a s t




-

-- -

. $22,894,877
179,157, 717
447, 300, 203
31, 235, 270

$3, 762, 376

680, 588, 067

Fractional currencv
State-bank notes
United States notes

35, 946, 589

32,184, 213

$19,132,501
179,157,717
415,115, 990
31, 235, 270
644, 641, 478
25, 000, 000
669, 641, 478

CXVIII

.REPORT O P T H E .SECRETARY O F T H E TREASURY.

T A B L E H . — S T A T E M E N T SHOWING T H E AMOUNTS OF M O N E Y I N THE. U N I T E D STATES,
I N T H E T R E A S U R Y AND I N CIRCULATION, ON T H E D A T E S S P E C I F I E D — C o n t i n u e d .
J U L Y 1, 1865.
.[Population, 34,748,000; c i r c u l a t i o n i^er c a p i t a , $20.57.]

•

Fractional currencv

G-eneral s t o c k
coined or
issued.
$25, 005, 829
142, 919, 638
431, 066, 428
146,137, 860

.

United States notes
National-bank notes

745,129,755

Amount in
circulation.

In Treasury.

$21 728,755
142,919,638
378, 916, 742
146,137, 860

$3, 277,074
•52,149,686
55,426, 760

•689, 702, 995
25, 000, 000

A d d : Specie i n c i r c u l a t i o n on t h e Pacific Coast

714, 702, 095

J U L Y 1, 1866.
[ P o p u l a t i o n , 35,469,000; c i r c u l a t i o n p e r c a p i t a , $18.99.]
—
,....

$19,996,1-63
27, 070, 877
400, 780, 306
281, 479, 908

$2, 383, 814
72, 988, 001
5, 467,195

729, 327, 254

State-bank notes
U n i t e d S t a t e s note's
Ii^ a t i o n a l - b a n k n o t e s

80, 839, 010

•

$19, 996,163
24,687,063
327 79"^ 305
276,012,713
648, 488, 244
25, 000, 000

A d d : Specie i n c i r c u l a t i o n on t h e Pacific Coast

673, 488, 244

J U L Y 1, 1867.
[ P o p u l a t i o n , 36,211,000; c i r c u l a t i o n p e r c a p i t a , $18.28.]
$4, 484,112
28, 307, 524
371, 783, 597
298, 625, 379

$2,001,230
52, 345, 895
11,861,416

703,200,612

State-bank notes
.Fractional c u r r e n c y . .
U n i t e d S t a t e s n o t e s ..
National-bank notes .

66, 208, 543

$4, 484,112
26, 306, 294
319, 437, 702
286, 763, 961
636, 992, 069
25, 000, 000

A d d : Specie i n c i r c u l a t i o n o n t h e Pacific C o a s t .

J U L Y 1, 1868.
[ P o p u l a t i o n , 36,973,000; c i r c u l a t i o n p e r capita,'$18.39.]
State-bank notes
Fractional currency
United States notes
National-bank notes

~

...

$3,163, 771
32, 626, 952
356, 000, 000
299, 762, 855

$3, 627, 600
27,428,335
5, 393, 982

$3,163, 771
28 999 352
328, 571, 665
294, 368, 873

691, 553,578

36, 449, 917

655,103, 661
25, 000, 000

A d d : Specie i n c i r c u l a t i o n on t h e Pacific C o a s t

680,103, 661
J U L Y 1, 1869.
[ P o p u l a t i o n , 37,756,000; c i r c u l a t i o n p e r c a p i t a , $17.60.']
State-bank notes
Fractional currency
United States notes
National-bank notes

.

....




$1,672,398
41, 233,100
7, 992, 791

$Z, 558, 874
30, 442, 239
314 702 094
291,749, 684

690, 351, ISO
A d d : Specie i n c i r c u l a t i o n on t h e Pacific C o a s t

$2, 558, 874
32,114, 637
355, 935,194
299, 742, 475

50, 898, 289

639, 452, 891
25 000 000

... ..

664,452, 891

REPORT 'OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.

-exi^x

' T A B L E H.:—STATEMF^NT S H O W I N G THIA A M O U N T S OF M O N E Y I N .THE U N I T E D STATE'S,
. I N T H E . T R E A S U K Y A N D I N ClBCULATliOJs^:; O N T H E D-ATES . S i P E C I E I E D — ' C D n f t i m r e d .
i

J U L Y 1, 1870.
• .(iPopulation, 38,558,371,;, c i r c u l a t i o n .per c a p i t a , $17.50.]
General stock
coined or
issued.

In Treasury.

A m o u n t iu
circulation.

$2; 222-, 793
39^ 878, 684356, OOOi 000299j 766; 984-

$5,499,4-02
-31,037v36211,118,'903

$2, 222, 793
"34, 379, 282
:324,962,638
288, 648, 081

697, 8.68, 461

•State-bank n o t e s . . . .
Fractional currency.
United States notes.
National-bank notes

47, 655, 667

650, 212, 794
25, 000,'000

A d d : Specie in c i r c u l a t i o n on- t b e P a c i f i c . C o a s t -

675, 212, 794

J U L Y 1, 1871.
[ P o p u l a t i o n , 39,555,000;- c i r c u l a t i o n per"capita-,'f{
State-bank notes
Fractional currency..
U n i t e d S t a t e s n o t e s -..
National-bank notes ,

$1,
40,
356,
318,

968, 058
582, 875
GOO, 000261, 241

716, 812,174

$6,136, 570
12, 931, •030
•6,-855,'5'69'

$1,-968, 058
"34, 446-, 305
343, 068,970
•311, 405, 672

25, 923, 169

690, 889, 005
25, 000, 000

A d d : Specie i n c i r c u l a t i o n on t h e Pacific C o a s t . .

715, 889, 005

J U L Y 1,1872.
[ P o p u l a t i o n , 40,596,0.00; c i r c u l a t i o n p e r c a p i t a , $18.19.J
State-bank notes
Fractional currency..
U n i t e d S t a t e s n o t e s ..
National-bank notes .

$1, 700, 935
40, 855, 835
357,'500, 000
337, 664,795

$4, 452, 906
11,331,320
• , 6 7 790
8-2v

737, 721, 565

24, 412,016

A d d : Specie in c i r c u l a t i o n on t h e Pacific C o a s t .

$1, 700, 935
36,402,929
346,168, 680
329,037,005
713,309,549
25,000,000
738, 309, 549

JULY'- 1, 1873.
[ P o p u l a t i o n , 41,677,000; c i r c u l a t i o n p e r c a p i t a , $18.04."
State-bank notes
Fractional currency....»
United States notes
National-bank notes

$1, 379,184
.44,799, 365
•356, 000, 000
347,267,061

$6, 723, 360
7, 535, 855
8,304, 586

$1, 379,184
38, 076, 005
348 464,145
338,962; 475

749, 445, 610

22,563, 801

726, 881, 809
25, 000, 000

. A d d : Specie in. c i r c u l a t i o n on t h e Pacific C o a s t

751, 881, 809.

J U L Y 1, 1874.
[ P o p u l a t i o n , 42,796,000; c i r c u l a t i o n p e r c a p i t a , $18.13.]
..

....

A d d : Specie iu c i r c u l a t i o n on t h e Pacific Coast




.

$1,162; 453 •
45, 881, 296
382, 000, 000
351,981,032

$7, 647, 714
10, 578, 548
11, 715, 488

781, 024, 781

State-banknotes
...
Fractional currency
United States notes
National-bank notes

29, 941, 750

$1,162, 453
38, 233, 582
371 4^1 452
340, 265, 544
751,083,031
25, 000, G O
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776, 083, 031

cxx

REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.

TABLE H . — S T A T E M E N T SHOWING T H E AMOUNTS OF IMONEY I N T H E U N I T E D STATES,
IN THE T R E A S U R Y AND I N CIRCULATION, ON THE D A T E S SPECIFIED—Continued.
J U L Y 1, 1875.

?

[Populabiou, 43,951,000; circulation per capita, $17.16.]
General stock
coined or
issued.

In Treasury',

$964, 497
42,129, 424
375, 771, 580
354,408,008

State-bank notes
Fractional currencyUnited States notes .
National-bank notes.
Add: Specie in circulation on the Pacific Coast..

$4, 224, 854
26, 085, 245
13, 861, 463

773, 273, 509

44,171, 562

Amount in
circulation.
$964,497
37, 904, 570
349, 686, 335
340, 546, 545
729,101, 947
25, 000,000
754,101, 947

J U L Y 1, 1876.
[Population, 45,137,000; circulation per capita, $16.12.]
$1, 047, 335
27, 418, 734
34, 446, 595
369, 772, 284
332, 998, 336

State- bank notes
Subsidiary silver
Fractional currency.
United S.tates notes.
National-bank notes.
Add: Specie in circulation on the Pacific Coast.

$6, 363, 606
1,507,750
38, 324, 906
16, 877, 634

$1, 047, 335
21, 055,128
32, 938, 845
331, 447, 378
316,120, 702

765, 683, 284

63, 073,896

702. 609, 388
25,000,000
727,609, 388

The amount of subsidiary silver in circulation, according to the records of the Department, was
$26,055,128, but for the sake of uniformity $5,000,000 of this amount is deducted and stated as a part of
the specie in circulation on the Pacific doast, as heretofore.
J U L Y 1, 1877.
[Population, 46,353,000; circulation per capita, $15. 58.]
$40, 837, 506
20, 403,137
359, 764,332
317, 048, 872

Subsidiary silver
United States notes
National-bank notes
Add: Specie in circulation on the Pacific Coast

$2, 952, 653
161, 476
21, 864, 988
15, 759, 847

$37, 884, 853
20, 241. 661
337, 899, 344
301, 289, 025

738, 053, 847

40, 738, 964

697,314.883
25, 000, 000
722, 314, 883

J U L Y 1, 1878.
[Population, 47,598,000; circulation per capita, $15.32.]
Standard silver dollars, including bullion" in Treasury.
Subsidiary silver.
Silver certificates..
Fractional currency
United States notes
National.bank notewS
,




$15, 059, 828
6, 860, 506
1, 455, 520
180, 044
25. 775,121
12, 789, 923

$1, 209, 251
53, 918, 322
7,080
16, 367, 725
320, 905, 895
311, 724, 361

766, 253, 576

Add: Specie in circulation on the Pacific Coast.

$16, 269, 079
60, 778, 828
1, 462, 600
16, 547, 769
346, 681, 016
324, 514, 284

62,120, 942

704,132, 634
25, 000, 000

REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.

CXXI

TABLE H . — S T A T E M E N T SHOWING T H E AMOUNTS OF M O N E Y I N THE U N I T E D STATES,
IN THE T R E A S U R Y AND I N CIRCULATION, ON T H E D A T E S S P E C I F I E D — C o n t i n u e d .
J U L Y 1, 1879.
[Population, 48,866,000; circulation per capita, $16.75. j
General stock
coined or
, In Treasury,
issued.
Gold coin including bullion in Treasury
Standard silver dollars, including bullion in Treasury.
Subsidiary silver
Gold certificates
.
.
Silver certificates

Amount in
circulation.

$135, 236, 475
33,239,917
8, 903, 401
133, 880
• 2, 052, 470
45,036,904
8, 286, 701

$110, 505, 362
8, 036, 439
61, 346 584
15, 279, 820
414 480
301, 644 112
321,404, 996

1,051,521,541

National-bank notes

$245, 741, 837
41, 276, 356
70, 249, 985
15,413,700
2, 466, 950
346,681,016
329, 691, 697

232, 889, 748

818, 631, 793

J U L Y 1, 1880.
[Population, 50,155,783; circulation per capita.

9.41.]

$351, 841, 206
69, 660, 408
72, 862, 270
8, 004, 600
12, 374, 270
346,681,016
344, 505, 427

$126,145, 427
49, 549, 851
24, 350, 482
40, 700
6, 584, 701
18,785,559
7, 090, 249

$225, 695, 779
20,110, 557
48, 511, 788
7,963,900
5, 789, 569
327,895, 457
337, 415,178

1, 205, 929,197

Gold coin, including bullion in Treasury
Standard silver dollars, including bullion in Treasury
Subsidiary silver
Gold certificates
Silver certificates
United States notes
National-bank notes

232, 546, 969

973, 382, 228

J U L Y 1, 1881.
[Population, 51,316,000; circulation per capita, $21.71.^
$478, 484, 538
95, 297,083
74, 087, 061
5, 782, 920
51,166, 530
346,681,016
355, 042, 675

$163,171, 661
65, 954, 671
27, 247, 697
23, 400
12, 055, 801
18, 554, 092
5, 296, 382

$315, 312, 877
29, 342, 412
46, 839, 364
5, 759, 520
39.110, 729
328,126, 924
349, 746, 293

1, 406, 541, 823

Gold coin, including bullion in Treasury
Standard silver dollars, including bullion in Treasury.
Subsidiary silver
Gold certificates
'.
Silver certificates
United States notes
National-bank notes.

292, 303, 704

1,114, 238,119

J U L Y 1, 1882.
[Population, 52,495,000; circulation per capita.
Gold coin, including bullion in Treasury
Standard silver dollars, including bullion in Trea°sury.
Subsidiary silver
."
Gold certificates
Silver certificates
United States notes
National-bank notes
,.

$506, 757, 715
122, 788, 544
74, 428, 580
5. 037,120
66, 096, 710
346, 681, 016
358, 742, 034
1,

0, 531, 719

$148, 506, 390
90, 384, 724
28, 048, 631
8,100
11. 590, 620
21, 425, 589
6, 277, 246

$358, 251, 325
32, 403, 820
46, 379, 949
5, 029. 020
54, 506, 090
325, 255, 427
352, 464, 788

306,241,300

1,174, 290, 419

J U L Y 1, 1883.
[Population, 53,693,000; circulation per capita, $22.91.]
Gold coin, including bullion in Treasury
Standard silver dollars, including bullion in Treasury.
Subsidiary silver
:
Gold certificates
Silver certificates
United States notes
National-bank notes




$542; 732, 063
152, 047, 685
74, 960, 300
82, 378, 640
88, 616, 831
346, 681, 0.16
356, 073. 281
1, 643, 489, 816

$198, 078, 568
116, 396,235
28, 486, 001
22, 571, 270
15, 996,145
23, 438,839
217,062
413,184,120 I

$344,653,495
35, 651, 450
46, 474, 299
59, 807, 370
72, 620, 686
323, 242,177
347, 856, 219
1, 230, 305, 696

'CXXII

REPORT OF THE SECRETARY' OF THE TREASURY.

T A B L E PI.—STATEMENT

SHOWING T H E AMOUNTS O F M O N E Y I N T H E U N I T E D STATES,

IN THE T R E A S U R Y AND IN CIRCULATION, ON T H E D A T E S SPEeiFiED—.Continued.
J U L Y 1, 1884.
[ P q p u l a t i o \ i , 54,911,000; c i r c u l a t i o n p e r c a p i t a , $22'.65.1
General stock
coined or
issued.
Gold coin, i n c l u d i n g b u l l i o n i n T r e a s u r y .
.;
S t a n d a r d s i l v e r dollars, i u c l u d i n g b u l l i o n i n T r e a s u r y i
Subsidiary silver
G o l d certificatesS i l v e r certificates
,
United- S t a t e s n o t e s
National-bank notes

$545, 500, 797
180, 306, 614
75, 261, 528
98, 392, 660
119,811,691
346, 681, 016
339, 499, 883
1,705,454,189

Tn qVp--.surv
inlreasur;^.

A m o u n t in
circulation.

$204,876,594
139,6.16,414.
29, 600, 720
27, 246, 020
23, 384, 680
27,993,802
8,809,990

$340, 624,-203
.40, 690,-200
45,660,-808
.71,140, 040
96,427,011
318,687,214
830,689,893

461, 528, 220

1, 243, 925, 969

J U L Y ] , 1885.
[ P o p u l a t i o n , 56,148,000; c i r c u l a t i o n ; p e r capita, $23.02.]
-Gold coin, i n c l u d i n g b u l l i o n i n T r e a s u r y
S t a n d a r d s i l v e r dollars, i n c l u d i n g I ) u l l i o n i n T r e a s u r y .
S u b s i d i a r y silver
G o l d certificates
S i l v e r certificates
United Statesnotes
National-bank notes.

$588,697,036
.208,538,967
74, 939, 820
140, 323,140
139,901,646
346,681,016
318, 576, 711
1,817,658,336

$247, 028,625
169, 451,;998
31, 236, 899
13, 593, 410
38, 370, 700
.15,4.62, 379
9, 945, 710

$341, 668,411
39, 086,-969
- 43, 702, .921
126, 729, 730
101, 530, 946
331,218,637
.308, 631,. 001

525, 089, 721

1,292,568,615

J U L Y 1, 1886.
[Population,- 57,-404-,000; c i r c u l a t i o n p e r c a p i t a , $21.82.]
$590,774, 401
237,191, 906
75, 060, 937
131,174,245
115,977,675
346, 681, 016
311, 699, 454

$232,-554,-886
184, 523, 283
28, 886, 947
55,129, 870
27, 861, 450
22,868,317
4, 034, 416

$358, 219, 575
52,668,623
46,173, 990
76,044,375
88,116,-225
323,812,699
307,665,038

1 559, 694
,

Gold coin, i n c l u d i n g b u l l i o n i n T r e a s u r y
S t a n d a r d s i l v e r dollars, i n c l u d i n g b u l l i o n i n T r e a s u r y
•Subsidiary s i l v e r . .^.
'Gold "certilicates,.
S i l v e r certificates
United.States.iiotes
^
National-banknotes

555, 859,169

1, 252, 700, 525

J U L Y 1, 1887.
[ P o p u l a t i o n , 58,680,000; c i r c u l a t i o n p e r c a p i t a , 22.45.]
Gold coin, i n c l u d i n g b u l l i o n i n T r e a s u r y
S t a n d a r d silver d o l l a r s , i n c l u d i n g b u l l i o n in T r e a s u r y .
Subsidiary silver
:
Gold certificates
S i l v e r certificates
United Statesnotes
•
National-banknotes

$654,520,335
277, 445, 767
• 75,547,799
121,486,817
145,543,150
346, .681,. 016
279, 217, 788
1, 900, 442, 672

$277,979,654
.221,897,046
26, 963, 934
30,261,380
3, 425,133
-20. 013,797
.2;.362, 585

$376,540,681
.55,'548, 721
48,.583,-865
91,225,-437
142,118,017
826, 667, 219
'276,-855,203

582,903,529 i

1,317,539,143

I
J U L Y . l , 1888.
[ P o p u l a t i o n , 59,974,000; c i r c u l a t i o n p e r c a p i t a , $22.88.]
Gold coin, i n c l u d i n g b u l l i o n in T r e a s u r y .
S t a n d a r d s i l v e r dollars, i n c l u d i n g bullion i n T r e a s u r y Subsidiary silver
.Gold certificates
S i l v e r certificates
United States notes
National-banknotes




$705, 818, 855
310,166, 459
76, 406, 376
142, 023,150
229, 491, 772
346, 681, 016
252, 368, 321
2, 062, 955, 949

$314, 704, 822
•254. 639, 063
26, 044,062'
•20, 928,500
28, 732,115
38, 680, 976:
7, 055,541.

$391,114, 033
55,527,390
50, 362, 314
121,094,650
200,759,657
•308, 000, 040
245, 312, 780

690, 785, 079

1, 372,170, 870

R E P O R T OF T H E

SEGRETAiRY O F T H E

TREASURY.

CXXIII

T A B L E H , . — S T A T E M E N T SHOWING T H E AMOUNTS O F M O N E Y I N THE U N I T E D STATES,
I N T H E - TJ^EASURY^ A1S[D I N C I R C U L A T I O N , ON T H E D A T E ' S S P E C I F I E D — C o n t i n u e d .
. J U L Y 1, 1889.
TPoiJiiIation, 61,289,000; c i r c u l a t i o n p e r c a p i t a , $22.52.]
General stock
coined or
issued.
G o l d coin, i n c l u d i n g b u l l i o n i n T r e a s u r y
S t a n d a r d s i l v e r dollars, i n c l u d i n g b u l l i o n in T r e a s u r y
S u b s i d i a r y coin
•Gold c e r t i f i c a t e s .
Silver certificates
United States notes . National-bank notes
--

$680,003,505
343,'947,'093
76, 601,-836
154, 048, 552
262, 629, 746
346. 681, 016
211.378,963
2, 075, 350, 711

In Treasury.

289,
25,
36,
5,
-•30,

581, 937
489, 794
124, 672
918,323
474,181
241,825
158, 330

694,989,062

A m o u n t in
circulation.
.$376, 481, 508
54, 457, 299
51, 477,164
117, 130, 229
257, 155, 565
316, 439,191
207, 220, 633
1, 380, 361, 649

J U L Y 1, 1890.
[ P o p u l a t i o n , 62,622,250; c i r c u l a t i o n p e r . c a p i t a , $22.82.]
G o l d coin, i n c l u d i n g . b u l l i o n i n T r e a s u r y
S t a n d a r d s i l v e r dollars, i n c l u d i n g b u l l i o n in T r e a s u r y
Subsidiary silver
G o l d certificates
S i l v e r certificates
United States notes
Naiional-bank notes

$695,563,029
380. 083, 304
76, 825, 305
157, 562, 979
301, 539, 751
346, 681, 016
185, 970, 775
2,144, 226,159

$321, 304,106
323, 804, 555
'22, 792, 718
26, 732,120
3, 983, 513
11,992,039
4,365,838
714,974,6

$374,258, .923
56, 278, 749.
54, 032, 587
130, 830, 859
297, 556, 238
334,-688, 977
181, 604, 937
1,429,251,270

J U L Y 1, 1891.
[-Population^ 63,975,-000; c i r c u l a t i o n p e r c a p i t a , $23.41.]
Gold coin, i n c l u d i n g b u l l i o n in T r e a s u r y
S t a n d a r d s i l v e r dollars; i n c l u d i n g . b u l l i o n in Treasury'Subsidiary silver
Gold c e r t i f i c a t e s .
".
S i l v e r .certificates
.: —
T r e a s u r y n o t e s , a c t J u l y 14,1890
U n i t e d .States n o t e s
National-bank notes
,
•..

$646, 582, 852
438,753,502
77, 848, 700
152,486,429
314, 715,185
50, 228, 417
346,681,016
167, 927, 974
2,195, 224, 075

$239, 2G3,:689
379, 927;^323.
19, 629,- 480
32, 423, 360
7, 479,-219
9, 879,713
473,,. 656
706, 928
697, 783, 368 I

• $407, 319,163
- -58,826,179
•--58,219,220
,120,063, 069
. 307j235,96G
40, 348, 704
343, 207, 360
162, 221, 046
1, 497, .440, 707

J U L Y 1, 1892.
[ P o p u l a t i o n , 65,-520,000; c i r c u l a t i o n p e r c a p i t a , $24.44.]
Gold coin, i n c l u d i n g b u l l i o n in T r e a s u r y
S t a n d a r d s i l v e r dollars, i n c l u d i n g b u l l i o n i n T r e a s u r y
Subsidiary silver
Gold certificates
•Silver -certificates
T r e a s u r y n o t e s , . a c t J u l y 14,1890
United States notes
,
C u r r e n c y certificates, a c t J u n e 8,1872
Nationai-bank notes —




$664, 275,335
491, 057,518
77, 521, 478
156, 623,929
331, 614, 304
101, 712,071
346, 681, 016
30, 430, 000
172, 683, 850
2, 372, 599,501

$255, 706, 511
434, 240, 056
14, 227, 774
15, 530, 310
4,920,839
3, 453, 379
37,121, 112
590, 000
5,462, 333
771,-252,3.14 i

$408, 568, 824
56,817,462
63, 293, 704
141,093,610
326, 693, 465
98, 258, 692
309, 559, 904
29, 840, 000
167, 221, 517
1,601,347,187

CXXIV

REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.

T A B L E H . — S T A T E M E N T SHOWING T H E AMOUNTS OF ]MONEY I N T H E U N I T E D STATES,
IN THE T R E A S U R Y A N D ' I N CIRCULATION, ON T H E D A T E S S P E C I F I E D — C o n t i n u e d .
J U L Y 1, 1893.
[ P o p u l a t i o n , 66,946,000; c i r c u l a t i o n p e r c a p i t a , $23.85.]
General stock
coined or
issued.
$597, 697, 685
538, 300, 776
77, 415,123
94, 041,189
330, 957,504
147, 190,227
346, 681, 016
12, 405,000
178, 713,872

$189,162, 022
481, 371,103
11,945, 257
1, 399, 000
4,133, 656
6, 334, 613
27,621,590
690, 000
4, 043, 906

$408,535,663
56, 929. 673
65, 469, 866
92, 642,189
326, 823, 848
140, 855, 614
319,059,426
11,715,000
174, 669, 966

2, 323, 402, 392

Gold coin, i n c l u d i n g b u l l i o n i n T r e a s u r y
S t a n d a r d s i l v e r dollars, i n c l u d i n g b u l l i o n i n T r e a s u r y
Subsidiary silver
Gold c e r t i f i c a t e s
S i l v e r certificates
'
T r e a s u r y n o t e s , a c t of J u l y 14,1890
United States notes
C u r r e n c y certificates, a c t J u n e 8,1872
Nationai-bank notes

In Treasurv-

726, 701,147

1, 596, 701, 245

A m o u n t in
circulation.

J U L Y 1, 1894.
[ P o p u l a t i o n , 68,397,000; c i r c u l a t i o n p e r c a p i t a , $24.28.]
Gold coin, i n c l u d i n g b u l l i o n i n T r e a s u r y
Standard silver dollars, including bullion in T r e a s u r y .
Subsidiary silver
Gold certificates
Silver certificates
T r e a s u r y n o t e s , a c t J u l y 14,1890
United States notes
'
C u r r e n c y certificate, a c t J u n e 8,1872
Nationai-bank notes

$627, 293,-201
548, 000,032
76, 249, 925
66, 387, 899
337, 148,504
152, 584,417
346, 681,016
59, 235, 000
206, 854, 787

$131, 316,471
495, 435,370
17, 738, 968
48, 050
10, 157,768
17, 902, 988
80, 091, 414
300, 000
635, 044

2, 420, 434, 781

759, 626, 073

$495, 976, 730
52, 564, 662
58, 510, 957
66, 339, 849
826, 990. 736
134, 681, 429
266, 589, 602
58, 935,000
200, 219, 743
1, 660, S

;,708

J U L Y 1, 1895.
[ P o p u l a t i o n , 69,878,000; c i r c u l a t i o n p e r c a p i t a , $22.93.]
Gold coin, i n c l u d i n g b u l l i o n i n T r e a s u r y
S t a n d a r d s i l v e r dollars, i n c l u d i n g b u l l i o n i n T r e a s u r y .
Subsidiary silver
Gold certificates
Silver c e r t i f i c a t e s
T r e a s u r y n otes, a c t J u l y 14,1890
United States notes
C u r r e n c y certificates, a c t J u n e 8,1872
Nationai-bank notes

$636, 256, 023
547,777, 049
76, 954, 434
48, 469, 959
328, 894, 504
146, 088, 400
346, 681, 016
55, 795, 000
211, 691, 035

$156, 618, 062
. 495,791,006
16, 604, 420
88, 650
9, 271, 563
30,145, 231
83, 032, 031
350, 000
4, 737. 984

$479, 637, 961
51, 986, 043
60, 350, 014
48, 381, 309
319,622,941
115, 943,169
263, 648, 985
55, 445, 000
206, 953, 051

2, 398, 607, 420

796, 638, 947

1,601,968,473.

J U L Y 1,1896.
[ P o p u l a t i o n , 71,390,000; c i r c u l a t i o n p e r c a p i t a , $21.10.]
Gold coin, i n c l u d i n g b u l l i o n i n T r e a s u r y
S t a n d a r d s i l v e r d o l l a r s , i n c l u d i n g b u l l i o n in T r e a s u r y
Subsidiary silver
Gold certificates
,
S i l v e r certificates
T r e a s u r y notes, a c t J u l y 14,1890
,
United States notes
C u r r e n c y certificates, a c t J u n e 8,1872
Nat ional-bank notes




$599, 597, 964
551, 723, 999
75, 971, 507
42,818,1.89
342,619,504
129, 683, 280
346,681,016
32, 210, 000
226, 000, 547
2, 347, 306, 006

692,900
499, 607,095
15, 767, 056
620,070
11, 962, 313
34, 638, 033
122, 431,148
320, 000
832, 425

$454, 905, 064
52,116, 904
60,204,451
. 42,198.119
330,657,191
95, 045, 247
224, 249, 868
31, 890. "000
215,168,122

8-1:0, 871, 040'

1, 506, 434, 966

ItfEPORT O F T H E SECRETARY OF T H E TREASURY.

CXXV

T A B L E H . — S T A T E M E N T SHOWING T H E AMOUNTS O F IVIONEY I N T H E U N I T E D STATES,
IN THE

TREASURY AND IN CIRCULATION,

ON THE DATES

SPECIFIED—Continued.

RECAPITULATION.
Year.
1860
1861
1862
1863
1864
1865
1866
1867
1868
1869
1870
1871
1872
1873
1874
1875
1876
1877
,1878
1879
1880
1881
1882
1883
1884
1885
1886
.1887
1888
1889
1890
1891
1892
1893
1894
1895
1896

A m o u n t of m o n e y
in United States.
$442, 102, 477
452, 005,767
358, 452,079
674, 867, 283
705, 588,067
770, 129,755
754, 327, 254
728, 200,612
716, 553,578
715, 351,180
722, 868. 461
741, 812,174
762, 721, 565
774, 445, 610
806, 024, 781
798, 273,509
790, 683,284
763, 053, 847
791, 253,576
1,051, 521,541
1, 205, 929,197
1, 406, 541,823
1, 480, 531,719
1, 643, 489,816
1, 705, 454.189
1, 817, 658,336
1, 808, 559,694
1,900, 442, 672
2, 062, 955, 949
2, 075, 350, 711
2,144, 226,159
2,195, 224,075
2, 372, 599,501
2, 323, 402, 392
2, 420, 434,781
2, 398, 607, 420
2, 347, 306,006

A m o u n t i n circulation.
$435, 407,252
448, 405, 767
334, 697, 744
595, 394,038
669, 641,478
714, 702, 995
673, 488, 244
661, 992, 069
680, 103, 661
664, 452,891
675, 212,794
715, 889, 005
738, 309,549
751, 881,809
776, 083,031
754, 101,947
727, 609,388
722, 314, 883
729, 132, 634
818, 631, 793
973, 382, 228
1,114, 238,119
1,174, 290.419
1, 230,305, 696
1, 243,925, 969
1, 292,568,615
1, 252,700, 525
1, 317,539,143
1, 372,170,870
1, 380,361, 649
1, 429,251, 270
1, 497,440, 707
1, 601,347,187
1, 596,701,245
1, 660,808, 708
1, 601,968, 473
1, 506,434, 966

Population.
31, 443, 321
32, 064. 000
32, 704, 000
33,365,000
34, 046,000
34, 748, 000
35, 469, 000
36, 211, 000
36, 973, 000
37, 756, 000
38, 558, 371
39, 555, 000
40, 596, 000
41, 677,000
42,796, 000
43,951,000
45,137, 000
46, 353, 000
47,598,000
48, 866, 000
50,155,783
51, 316, 000
52, 495, 000
53, 693, 000
54, 911, 000
56,148, 000
57,404,000
58, 680, 000
59, 974, 000
61,289,000
62, 622, 250
63, 975, 000
65, 520, 000
66, 946, 000
68, 397, 000
69, 878, 000
71,390,000

Money
Circulation
Ijer c a p i t a . p e r cai3ita.
$14.06
14. 09
10.96
20.23
20.72
22.16
21.27
20.11
19.38
18.95
18.73
18. 75
18. 70
18.58
' 18. 83
18.16
17.52
16. 46
16.62
21.52
24.04
27.41
28. 20
30.60
31. 06
32.37
31.50
32.39
34.39
33.86
34. 24
34.31
36. 21
34.70
35.39
34.33
32.88

$13. 85
13.98
10.23
17. 84
19.67
20.57
18.89
18. 28
18.39
17.60
17.50
18.10
18.19
18.04
18.13
17.16
16.12
15.58
15.32
16.75
19.41
21. 71
22. 37
22.91
22.65
23.02
21.82
22.45
22.88
22. 52
22. 82
23.41
24.44
23.85
24.28
22.93
21.10

N O T E . — T b e diff'erence b e t w e e n t b e a m o u n t of m o n e y i n t k e c o u n t r y a n d t b e a m o u n t i n c i r c u l a t i o n
represents t b e money in t b e T r e a s u r y .
C u r r e n c y certificates, a c t of J u n e 8,1872, a r e i n c l u d e d i n t b e a m o u n t of U n i t e d S t a t e s n o t e s i n circul a t i o n i n tiie t a b l e s for •the y e a r s 1873 t o 1891, i n c l u s i v e ; s i n c e 1891 t b e y a r e r e p o r t e d s e p a r a t e l y .
T h e f o r e g o i n g t a b l e s p r e s e n t t b e r e v i s e d figures for e a c h of t h e y e a r s g i v e n .







REPORT OF T H R " SECRETARY OF THE. TREASURY • GXXVII
T A B L E I . — P O P U L A T I O N , K E T R E V E N U E , " A N D N E T E X P E N D I T U R E S OF THE G O V E R N MENT FROM 1837^ TO J U N E 30, 1896, AND P E R C A P I T A OF THE R E V E N U E S AND
P E R CAI^ITA OF E X P E N D I T U R E S .
"
'

Populatiou.

1837
1838
1839.:
1840
1841
1842
1843 (sixmonths).
18-44
1845
1846
1847
1848
1849
1850
1851
1852
1853
1854
1855
1856
1857
1858
1859
1860
1861
1862
1863
1864
1866.
1867.
1868.
1869.
1870.
1871.
1872.
1873.
1874.
1875 .
1876 .
1877 .
1878 .
1879.
1880.
t881.
1882 .
1883 .
1884 .
1885.
1886.
1887.
1S88.
1889 .
1890 .
1891 .
1892 .
1893 .
1894.
1895.
1896 .

655,000
112, 000
584, 000
069,453
591,000
132, 000
694,000
276, 000
878,000
500, 000
14-3, 000
805, 000
489, 000
191,876
995, COO
802, 050
615,000
433,000
250,000
083,000
916, 000
753, 000
596, 000
443,321
064,000
704,000
365, 000
046, 000
748,000
469.000
211,OOO
973, 000
756. 000
558, 371
555, COO
596, 000
677,000
796,000
951, 000
137.000353. 000^
598,000
866,COO
155, 783
316,000
495,000
693,000
911,000
148, 000
404,000
680,000
974,000
289,000
622, 250
975, 000
516, 000
946, 000
307,000
878,000
390,000-

N e t revenue.

$24, 954 153. 00
26, 302 562. 00
31, 482 750. 00
19, 480 115.00
16, 860, 160. 00
19, 976: 197. 00
8,302 702. 00
29, 321 374.00
29, 970, 106.00
29, 699, 968. 00
26, 405, 769.00
35,735 779.00
31, 208 143.00
43,603 439.00
52, 559 304. 00
49, 846, 816. G
O
61, 587 054. G
O
73, 800 341.00
65,350, 575.00
74,056 699.00
68, 965 313. 00
46, 655 366.00
53,486 466. 00
56, 064 608. 00
41,509, 930.00
51,987 455. 00
112, 697, 291.00
264,626 772. 00
333, 714 605. 00
558,032 620.00
490,634 010.00
405, 038, 083.00
370,943 747. 00
411, 255 478. 00
383,323 945. 00
374,106 868. 00
333, 738, 205.GO
304, 978, 755.00
288, 000 051.00
294, 095 865. 00
281,406 419.00
257, 763 879. 00
273,827 184. 00
333,526 611.00
360, 782, 293.00
403, 525 250,00
398, 287 ,582. 00
348, 519 870. 00
323, 690 706. 00
336,439 727. 00
371, 403 277.00
379, 266 075.00
387, 050, 059.00
O
403, 080 982. G
392, 612 447.31
354, 937 784. 24
385, 819 628. 78
297, 722, 019. 25
313,390 075.11
326, 976 200. 38

P e r capi t a on
rcA'cnue;
$1. 59'
1. 63
1.90'
L14
.96
1.10'
.89

.19
.01
2.40
2.79
2.40.
2. 64
2.-38
1.57
1.75
L 78L29
1. 59.
3.38
7. 77
9.60
15.73
13. 55"
10. 97.
9.82
10. 67.9.69'
9.228.01
7.13
6.55'
6.52
6.075.42
5.60
6.65
7,00
7.68
7.41
6.36
5.76
5.866. 336.32
6.31
6. 43
6.14
5. 42
5. 76
4.37'
4. 48
4.58

N e t expenses.

243,496.00
33, 865, 059. 00
26, 899,128. 00
24, 317, 579. 00
26; 5G5, 873. 00
25, 205, 761. 00
11, 858, 075. 00
22, 337, 571. 00
22, 937,408. 00
O
27, 766, 925. G
57, 281,.412. 00
45, 377, 225.00
45; 051, 657. 00
39, 543, 492. 00
47, 700,017.00
44, 194, 919. CO
O
48, 184, 111. G
58, 044~, 862. 00
O
5.9, 742, 668. G
69, 571, 026. CO
67.; .795, 708. 00
74, 185,270.00
69, 070, 977. CO
63, 130, 598. 00
66, 546, 645. CO
O
474, 761, 819. G
• 7.14,740, 725. 00
865, 322, 614. 00
1,297, 555, 224. 00
520, 809,417.00
357, 542, 675. 00
377, 340, 285. 00
322, 865, 278. 00
309, 653, 56L0O
292, 177,188. 00
277, 517, 963. 00
290, 345, 245. 00
302, 633', 873. 00
274, 623, 393.00
265, 101, 085. 00
.241, 334:, 475. 00
236, 96-4, 327. 00
166, 947, 884; 00
267, 642, 958. 00
260, 712, 888. 00
257, 981, 440. 00
265, 408, 138. 00
244, 126, 244. 00
O
260. 226, 935. G
242! 483, 138. 00
267; 932, 179.00
*267, 924, 801. 00
1299, 288, 978. 00
t 318, 040, 710. 00
^305, 773, 905. 35
345, 023, 330. 58
883, 477, 954. 49
•367, 525i 279. 83
356, 195,.298. 29
352, 179, 446. 08

Percapita
on
expenditures.
$2.38
2.10
• 1. 62
1.42
1.51
1.39
1.27
L16
L15
1.35
2.71
2.08
2.00
L71
1.99
1.78
1.88
2.20
2.19
2.48
2.34
2.4,9
2.26
2.01
2.08
14.52
21. 42
25. 42
37. 34
14.63
9.87
10. 21
8.55
8.03
7.39
6.84
6.97
7.07
6.25
5. 87.
5.21
4. 98
5.46
5. 34
5.08
4.91
4.91
4.44
4.63
4.22
4.50
4.46
4.88
5.07
5.71
5.27
5.73
5.37
5.10
4.93

* T h i s i n c l u d e s $8,270,842.46 of " p r e m i u m s on x')iirchase of b o n d s . "
1 1 ' h i s i n c l u d e s $17,292,362.65 of " i i r e m i u m s on p u r c h a s e of b o n d s . "
1 T h i s i n c l u d e s $20,304,224.06 of " p r e m i u m s on p u r c h a s e of b o n d s . "
^ T h i s i n c l u d e s $10,401,220.01 of "x^^^'cmiums on pul-chaso of b o n d s . "
N O T E . — T h e n e t r e v e n u e a n d e x p e n s e s a n d p e r c a p i t a o n - r e v e n u e s for 1891.' w e r e e r r o n e o u s l y s t a t e d
b y t h e K e g i s t e r o f t l i e ' T r e a s u r v in h i s r e p o r t s for 1891,1892, a n d 1893. (See F i n a n c e Report.'s for t h o s e
years, p p . 845,767, a n d 906.)




T A B L E J . — S T A T E M E N T SHOWING T H E A N N U A L A P P R O P R I A T I O N S MADE B Y CONGRESS F O R E A C H F I S C A L YEAR FROM 1889
2d s e s s i o n
2d s e s s i o n
1st session
1st s e s s i o n
50th C o n g r e s s . 50th C o n g r e s s . 51st C o n g r e s s . 51st C o n g r e s s .
Fiscal year
Fiscal year
Fiscal year
Fiscal year
1890.
1892.
1891.
T o s u p p l y deficiencies for t h e
s e r v i c e of t h e v a r i o u s
b r a n c h e s of t h e Grovern
raent
$21,190, 995.61 $14, 230,179. 71
F o r legislative, executive,
a n d j u d i c i a l e x p e n s e s of
the Government
20, 865, 219. 93
20, 924, 492.42
F o r s u n d r y c i v i l expensev«> of
the Government
26, 316, 529. 85
25, 527, 641. 65
F o r s u p p o r t of t h e A r m y
24, 474, 710. 97
24, 316, 615. 73
19, 938, 281. 05
21, 675, 374. 98
For the naval service
8, 077, 453. 39
F o r t h e I n d i a n Service
5, 401. 330. 51
F o r rivers a n d harbors.,22. 397, 616. 90
F o r forts and fortifications...
3, 972, 000. 00
1,233, 594.00
F o r s u p p o r t of
Military
Academy
902, 766. 69
315, 043.81
F o r s e r v i c e of Post-Office
Department
Indefinite.
Indefinite.
F o r i n v a l i d a n d o t h e r pensions, i n c l u d i n g deficiencies
81, 758, 700. G
O 81, 758, 700. 00
F o r consular and diplomatic
1,428,465.00
1,980,025.00
service
F o r s e r v i c e of A g r i c u l t u r a l
1,715,826.14
1, 669, 770. 00
Department
F o r >.xpenses of t h e D i s t r i c t
5, 682, 409. 91
5, 056, 678. 98
of C o l u m b i a
10,129, 501. 65 10,186, 688.81
F o r miscellaneous
Totals




245, 020,172. 89

218,115,439.:

$34,137,737.96

$38,516,227.87

TO 1897,

INCLUSIVE.

1st session
52d C o n g r e s s .
Fiscal year
1893.

2d session
52d C o n g r e s s .
Fiscal year
1894.

1st a n d 2d sessions 53d Congress. Fiscal
y e a r 1895.

3d s e s s i o n
I s t session
5 4 t h Con53d C o n g r e s s .
Fiscal year gress. Fiscal
y e a r 1897.
1896.

$14, 934,157. 68

$21, 226, 494.81

$9, 450, 820. 26

$8, 519, 981.15 $13, 900,106.34

o
X
X

PiPi
hi
O
Pi

O

21, 073,137. 47

22, 027, 674. 75

21,901,066.00

21, 866, 302. 81

21, 343, 976. 87

21,885,818.08

21,519,750.71

29, 760, 054.47
24, 206, 471. 79
23.136, 035. 53
7, 256, 758. 27
25,136, 295. 00
4, 232, 935.00

35, 459.163. 99
24,613,529.19
31, 541. 645. 78
16,278,492.48
2,951,200.00
3, 774, 803. 00

26, 854, 624. 88
24, 308, 499. 82
23, 543, 266. 65
7. 664, 067. 57
22, 068, 218. 00
2, 734, 276. 00

27, 550,158.15
24, 225, 639. 78
22,104, 061. 38
7, 884, 240. 38
14,166,153.00
2, 210, 055. 00

25,856.431.95
23, 592, 884. 68
25, 366, 826. 72
10,754, 732. 61
20,043,180.00
2, 427, 004. 00

35, 096, 045. 40
23, 252, 608. 09
29,416,077.31
8,762,751.24
11,452,115.00
1, 904, 557. 50

29, 812,113.19
23, 278, 402. 73
30, 562, 660. 95
7, 390, 496.79
15. 944,147. 00
7, 377. 888. 00

CO

435, 296.11

402, 070. 39

428, 917. 33

432, 556.12

406, 535. 08

464,261.66

449, 525. 61

• H

Indefinite.

Indefinite.

Indefinite.

Indefinite.

Indefinite.

98, 457,461, 00

135, 214, 785. 00

146, 737, 350. 00

166, 531, 350. 00

151, 581, 570. 00

1, 710,725. 96

1, 656, 925. 00

1, 604, 312.12

1, 557, 445. 00

1, 569, 787. 25

1, 574, 458. 76

1,643,558.76

1, 796, 502. 85

3, 028,153. 50

3, 233, 060. 72

3, 323, 500. 00

3, 226, 915. 00

3, 303, 750. G
O

3, 255, 532. 00

w

5, 762, 236.75
10, 620, 840. 80.

5, 597,125.17
2, 721, 283. 24

5, 317, 361.47
3,381.018.51

5, 413, 223. 91
520, 666. 28

5, 544, 296. 93;
623, 858. 43

5, 745, 443. 25
297, 667. 37

5, 900, 319. 48
423, 304. 42

H

323, 783, 079. 36

304, 710,196. 75

319, Oil, 846. 62

287, 722, 488.!

•

Indefinite.

141, 381, 570. 00 141, 328, 580. 00

i

Pi
O
Pi

t>

Indefinite.

301, 788, 819. 78 ! 293, 057,104. 81 302, 786, 385. 98
!

w

O

^^
1^

Pi
Pi

>

d
Pi

R E P O R T OF T H E SECRETARY OF T H E TREASURY.

CXXIX

T A B L E - E . — S T A T E M E N T OF T H E N E T R E C E I P T S ( B Y WARRANTS) DURING T H E F I S C A L
Y^EAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1896.
Customs:
Quarter
Quarter
Quarter
Quarter

ended September 30; 1895
ended December 31, 1895
ended March 31, 1896
ended. J u n e 30, 1896

$44,943,731.43
38, 391,162. 57
43, 082,128. 59
33, 604, 729. 08
^ $160,021,751.67

Internal revenue:
Quarter ended September 30, 1895
Quarter ended December 31,1895
Quarter ended March 31,1.896
Quarter ended J u n e 30,1896

37, 877, 025.7G
39,142,699.52
33.360,136.21
36,383,003.25

,

146,762,864.74

Sales of public lands :
Quarter ended September 30, 1895
Quarter ended December 31, 1895
Quarter ended March 31, 1896.
Quarter ended Juno 30, 1890

_

268, 491. 24
297, 363.70
244,498. 86
195,169. 63

Tax on circulation of national hanks :
Quarter ended September 30,1895..
Quarter ended December 31,1895
Quarter ended March 31, 1896
Quarter ended. June 30, 1896
Repayment of interest by Paxific railroads:
Quarter ended September 30, 1895
Quarter end ed December 31,1895
Quarter ended March 31, 1896
Quarter ended Juno 30, 1896

1,005,523.43

842, 098.64
12,389.67
830,125.99
18, 282. 32
250,196. 43
226, 568.76
236,579.26
242,155.41

'

,....•

'.

1,763,496.62

955, 499. 86
Customs fees, fines, penalties, and forfeitures:
Quarter ended September 30, 1895
Qiuarter ended December 31,1895
Quarter ended March 31, 1896
Quarter ended Juno 30,1896

149, 236. 46
1.62, 215. 91 •
144, 873. 55
165, 677. 22

Fees—consular, letters patent, a n d l a n d s :
Quarter ended September 30, 1895
Quarter ended December 31,1895
Quarter ended March 31, 1896
Quarter ended June 30, 1896

.593,190.17
592,247.65
840, 763.23
789, 048.48

622, 003.14

,

Proceeds of sales of Government property :
Quarter ended September 30, 1895
Quarter ended December 31, 1895
Quarter ended March 31, 1896.
Quarter ended June 30, 1896

51, 884. 33
97,857. 98
55, 557.11
57, 897.48

Frofits on coinage :
Quarter ended September 30, 1895
Quarter ended December 31, 1895
Quarter ended March 81, 1896
Quarter ended Juno 30, 1896

403, 027.46
283, 323. 83
669, 664.15
1,541, 076.97

Revenues of District of Columbia:
Quarter ended September 30, 1895
Quarter ended December 31, 1895
Quarter ended March 31, 1896
Quarter ended June 30, 1896

409,975.96
1, 668, 736.74
284, 757.46
1, 482, 964.96

Quarter
Quarter
Quarter
Quarter

ended
ended
ended
ended

September 30, 1895.
December 31,1895
March 31, 1896
J une 30,1896

Total ordinary receipts, exclusive of loans
Receipts from loans, certificates, notes, and premiums
Total receipts

.'....

263,196.90

2,897,092.41

3,846,435.12

6,023,086.96
326, 976,200. 38
493,876,609.91
820,852, 810.29

Balance in Treasury June 30, 1895
Grand total

EI 96

1, 601, 407. 02
1, 006,361.13
1, 797, 318.47
1, 618,000. 34

2,815,249.53

773, 610,008.76
1, 594,462, 519.05

IX




€XXX

R E P O R T O F TilHE JSECRETARY OF T H E TREASURY.

T A B L E h.—iSTxVTEMENT O F T H E M E T . B I S B U E S E M E N T S (V>Y W A R R A N T S ) D U R I N G T H E
F I S C A L Y E A R WINDED J U N E 3.Q, 1896.

CIVIL.
Congress
Executive
Judiciary
'Govemmentlnthe Territories
Subtreasuries
Public land offices
,.
Mints and assay offices
Total civil...

,.
:

^7,-736, 609.«1
11, 368, 8-76.51
7,,«72, 999.91
114,415.40
433,173. W
•609,:934.15
•222,4-40.14
,....

$28, 358,448. 88

FOREIGN INTERCOUESE.
Diplomatic salaries
Consular salaries
Contingent expenses -.of foreign missions
Contingencies of consulates
•
Spanish indemnity
Eelief, protection, and i-escuing shipwrecked American seamen
International Union-of American liepublics
Pay of consular officers for services to American vessels and seamen...
Emergencies arising i n tlie diplomatic and consular.service
-Commissiojj on boundary between Tenezuela and Britisfi Guiana
Miscellaneous items..."
,
Total foreign intercourse

:
MISCELLANEOUS.
•

Mint establishmejit
Life-Saving Service...
Eevenue-emitter Service
,
Steamboat-Inspection.Service
,..
Engraving and Printing..
Coast and Geodetic.Sur.vey
.,
Ligfit-llouse Establishment
Marine-Hospital Establishment
.........
Custom-houses, court-houses, post-offices, etc.
Pay of assistant:custo.dians and janitors .of public buildings
Fuel, lights, and W;ater.€or public buildings.
Furniture and heating apparatus.fox public buildings
Vaults, safes, lodes, and plans -fox public buildings
Collecting rcA^enue from customs:
For the ycix .1898...
$7,111, S59. 32
For prior years
...-126,.437..-08
Detection and prevention of frauds u.pon tlio custom s
revenue
'......
...
... '
66,993.26
.
Eefunding excess of deposits, etc
•.
Debentures and .dxaw;backs under customs laws
Compensation inlieuiof moieties
Expenses of regulating immigration, v
-.--..- -.—
Salaries, shipping :service..
"Servicesto American vessels..
Enforcement of contract-labor laws
Chinese exclusion act
•• '•Eevenu.e vessels
=
....,—,
Interstate Commerce Commission.........
,
World's Columbian .Exposition
Assessin:g^and collecting internal revenue
Paper for'internal-revenue stamps
Eedemption ot internal-revenue.stamps
.
Punishing violations of in tern al-r.evenue laws
.
Eefunds, reliefs,'etc.,n.ind-erinternal-xeven,u6iaw..s
.
Allowanco or drawiback under internal revenue laws
"Bonnty (On .sugar......
Payment:of.i:udgments. Court of Claims
P:revent-ing tJie spread of epidemic Ldiseases
•lExpenseelof Treasury notes
.
,....
,iDi-6tdiictiv:e paper for'Uni ted States securities
SiupjpxeBfciing counterfeiting and other crimes
,.
.,...._.
.Trams.portation and recoina.g.e of coin
•
.
Fish Commission, general expenses
Expenses under .Smithsonian Institution
.,..
National Museum
National Zoological Park
Contingent expenses, independent treasurj^
Mail transportation. Pacific railroads
Cotton States and International Exposition at Atlanta, Ga




.409, 672.97
.62,0,•9S3.-;24
112, '988.15
182, 275.54
28, 500.00
27,417.58
23, 943.;39
26, 443. .08
.20,79,9.;01
19. 000. 00
-132., .987. 82
.,..
774, 418. 09
1,, 442., '7.24.18
1,027, 6.17..G5
•;342., 829.15
1,116, 372..60
390, 021.16
3,114, 855.26
654, 581.44
2,997, 381.i'G.7
771, '684.61
•870', 741.72
;304, i959; .37
42,156. 90

7,304,789.66
1,570,079.49
1,,950,.0,72.:48
10, 433.46
303,613.:26
f63, 679.70
24, 237.03
115, '91'7.13
1,00,478.150
:214, ^91.42
234, 264.14
137,705.'36
3, 769, 642. 96
25,354.44
23,.122. 02
' 51,;890.15
87,424.30
13,{)28.72
232, 690. 68
852,153.74
M, ,308, 56
173,,•690.-46
64, 556. 28
58, .279.:58
.340,256..96
363,52.5.11
120,047.71
175,781.24
55,104. 55
175, 524. 08
1, 560, 430.17
128,070. 22

1,-605, .010.78

.

R E P O R T O F T H E iSECRETARY O F T H E TREASURY.

GXXXJ
]

T A B L E L..~;STATEMENT O F T H E M E T .DISBURSEMENTS ;(BT WARRANTS) -DURING T H E
F I S C A L Y E A R E N D E D J U N E ;30,1S96—CGntiaiiaedl.
MISCELLANEOUS—ConlMi-ued.
District of Columbia:
General expenses
Water department, payable from t h e water fund
Special trust ikn<ls,..

$5, :603,177. 27
386,535.49
;379,650.22

Buildings and grounds i n Washington under Chief Engineer
...
Fuel, lights, etc., SState, War, and Navy Department building
Care, maintenance, .etc., of Wavshington Monument
; Increasing water jsupp'iy, Washington, D. G
Support and treatmenitvof destitute patients
Payment on accooant .of Ford Theater disaster
^ Prevention of deposits in .New York Harljor.
\ Weather Bureau
.,..,
,
Department of Agriculture.
, Deiiciency in the postal .revenues
Capitol building and ^grounds
Building for Library .of'Congress
Building, Government Printing Office
Interior .Department building
Government Hospital for tliC Insane
Columbia Institution for tho Deaf and Dumb
•JHowaxd University
:Garfi.eld Hospital
Cdllegesi^r:agriculture and the mechanic arts
..-•.
Surveying pxii)lic lands
,
Contingentlexpenses, land offices.
Ge6l0gica:i.Survey
Expenses, Eleventh Census
Hot Springs Eoservalion, Arkansas
Deposits by individuals for surveying public lands
EepajTuent for land exron-eously sold..
,
Geological maps of the United ;States
:
:
Protecting public lauds, timber, etc
Five, three, and two per cent funds to States
^
Photolithographing for the Patent Office
Official Gazette, Patent Office
Payment .of French spoliation claims
'.
Miscellaneous items
'.
Total misceilaneous

-

:$6,369,'362,98
152, 328.51
34, 396.77
11, 364. 92
99,460. G
O
18, 999.96
131, 889.17
48,-688.32
;928i, 170. .58
1, 977,498.73
9, 300., O Q 10
O.
.115, i534. :87
'764, ;072.:Gi
108,121. 90
10, 689. O
B
.344, 7.33.;3;4
'79,50O. 00
34.:5:0,Q.-.0.0
19, O OO
O.O
'
1, GOB,000.00
204, ,3.25.20
149,.576,78
384, 360.32
51, 333.38
20,464.81
137., 071.72
68, 789. -07
, ;56,713.78
94,488.16
31, 409. 24
56, 482. 04
101, 929. 50
11, ^^O. 81
120,, 154, .1-5
,...,. f57,252„774.'96

IN.TEEIOE DEPARTMENT..
laadian^
Fensions
:
Total Interior Department.
.

.
t

12,165,-528.38
139,434,000.98
•.
151,509, 52^. 20

-'MH..I.T.ARY ESTABLISHMENT.

F a y •.department....
. • 13, .771,9.7:9..12
Pay department, bounty and miscellaneous
518, 448.29
Commissary department
„
1, 488, 287.11
Quartermaster's department
7,082, 796.78
Medical depaxtment
,
317, 784.49
•.Oxdnan.cedepaxtment
•?, 433, 654.16
Axn3:oxi;es and arsenals
^
389, 845:80
Armament of fortifications 1
«
1, 782, 365.54
MaMtar^ Aeademj
183,173. IG '
Improving xivers and liar-bors '.
18,104, 376. 44
Fortifications, etc
189, 499.2G
Gon&truet-ion of military .posts, .roads, etc
.
;328,, ;871. ,35
Nation al cem eteriea, road a, etc.
.'.
228, .119. -42
•Sewer.a;g6 system., Fort Monroe,'Va
25, 300. 00
Contingencies of-the Army
2,,354..29
Signal'Service
'.
.
17,01«.-72
Publication of Official Records of the W a r of the-Eebellion
152,-472.73
Support of National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers
3,133,181.42
Support of Soldiers' Homo
'
129, ;32-9.52
Soldiers' Home permanentfund andinterest account
,
..... 1'92,,223.'46
•Gettysburg National Park..
•
•
-62, 086.i53
YellowstoneNational Park
35,000. 00
Chickamaugaand Chatttmooga National P..Qxk
,82,469. 35
Monuments, etc., at Gettysburg, and A.ntietam
31,315. 31
Miscellaneous items
148, 970. 64
Total military establishment.....




50,830,920.89

CXXXII REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.
T A B L E L . — S T A T E M E N T O F T H E N E T DISBURSEMENTS ( B Y WARRANTS) DURING T H E
FISCAL Y E A R E N D E D J U N E 30, 1896—Continued.
NAVAL ESTABLISHMENT.
Pay, etc., of the Navy
Pay, miscellaneous
Deposit fund
Contingent, Navy.
Marine Corps
Naval Academy
Navigation
Ordnance
Equipment
Yards and Docks
Medicine and Surgery
Supplies and Accounts
Construction and Repair
Steam engineering
Increase of the N a v y
;
,:
General account of advances
Miscellaneous items and reliefs

_
_
_
_
:
_

;

,$7, 945,916.14
347, 257, 02
146, 339.09
8, 946.91
957, 507.01
197,135. 06
163, 345.08
571, 641.06
1,272,701. 53
1, 912, 041.26
259, 578. 94
1, 632, 469.41
1,167, 980. 24
858,101. 52
9, 453, 002.77
197, 916.24
55, 853.10

Total naval establishment
Interest on the public debt

.$27,147, 732.38
35, 385, 028.93

Total net ordinary expenditures
Redemption of the public debt

352,179, 446. u8
396,190, 023. 35

Total expenditures
Balance in the Treasury J u n e 30,1896

748, 369, 469.43 •
816, 093, 349. 02

Grand total

-

1, 594, 462, 819. 05

T A B L E M . — S T A T E M E N T OF T H E N E T R E C E I P T S AND DISBURSEMENTS ( B Y WARRANTS)
FOR T H E QUARTER ENDED S E P T E M B E R 30, 1896.
RECEIPTS.
Customs
Internal revenue
Sales of public lands
Tax en national banks
Repayment of interest by Pacific railroads
Customs fees, fines, penalties, and forfeitures
l?eea—consular, letters patent, and lands
Proceeds of sales of Government propertjProfits on coinage, etc
'
Miscellaneous
Total net ordinary receipts
Issues of public debt in excess of redemption
Balance in the Treasury June 30, 1896
Total

$36, 006, 300. 47
38, 054, 758. 86
176, 574. 35
934, 083. 50
_
238,495.15
140, 506. 34
631, 542. 58
33, 536. 21
1,795, 348.36
2,145, 727.47
^

80,156, 963. 29
24, 582, 950.00
846, 093, 349. 62
950, 833. 262. 91

DISBURSEMENTS.
Customs
Internal revenue
Diplomatic
Treasury
Judiciary
Interior civil

4, 709,107. 33
5,881, 385.48
538, 584.13
14,228,61L87
1, 767, 042. 65
3, 088,448.18

Total civil and miscellaneous
Indians
Pensions
Military establishment
Naval establishment
Interest on the public debt

30, 213,179. 64
3,389, 704.06
36, 982, 790.70
14, 588, 023. 35
9,113, 636. 97
10, 071, 003.01

Total net ordinary expenditures
Redemption of public debt iu excess of issue.
Balance iu the Treasury September 30, 1^96
Total




104, 358, 337.73
9, 851, 264. 50
836, 623, 660. 68
950, 833, 262. 91




CXXXIV

REPORT OF TPIE SECRETARY OF T H E

TREASURY.

T A B L E N. — S T A T E M E N T OF R E C E I P T S OF THE U N I T E D STATES FROM M A R C H 4,

1789,

30) FROM

t^
>
1791
1792
1793
1794
1795
1796
1797
1798
1799
1800
1801
1802
1803
1804
1805
1800
1807
1808
1801)
1810
1811
1812
1813
1814
1815
1816
1817
1818
1819
1820
1821
1822
1823
1824
1825
1826
1827
1828
1829
1830
1831
1832
1833
1834
1835
1836
1837
1838
1839
1840
1841
1842
1843*
1844
1845
1846
3847
1848
1849
1850
1851
1852
1853
1854
1855
1856
1857
1858
1859
1860
1861
1862
1863
1864
1865

Balance in
the Treasury at
commencem e n t of y e a r .

$973
783
753
1,151
516
888
1,021
617
2,161
2, 623
3,295
5,020
4,825
4,037
3,999
4,538
9, 643
9, 941
3,848
2,672
3,502
3,862
5,196
1, 727
13,106
22,033
14, 989
1,478
2,079
1,198
1,681
4, 237
9,463
1,946
5,201
6,358
6,668
5,972
5,755
6,014
4.502
2; Oil
11,702
8,892
26, 749
46,708
37, 327
36, 891
83,157
29, 963
23, 685
80,521
39 186
36, 742
86,194
88,261
83, 079
29,416
32^827
35, 871
40,158
43, 338
50, 261
48, 591
47, 777
49,108
46, 802
35,113
33,193
32,979
80, 963
46, 965
36, 523
134 433

Customs.

$4, 399, 473. 09
90.^ lr>
3, 443, 070. 85
4, 255, 306. 56
444. 51
661. 69
4, 801, 065. 28
5,588,461.26
924.17
442. 61
6, 567, 987.94
7,549,649.65
995. 42
7,106,061.93
899. 04
0,610,449.31
451.43
9, 080, 932.73
867. 77
311.99
10, 750, 778. 93
391. 00
12,438, 23.5. 74
697. 64
10, 479, 417. 61
811.60
11,098,565.33
005. 26
12, 936, 487. 04
388.99
14, 667, 698.17
123. 80
15, 845, 521. 61
850.07
16, 363, 550. 58
809. 96
7, 257, 506. 62
056. 78
8, 583, 309. 31
276. 57
13,313,222.73
805.80
8,958, 777. 53
217. 41
13, 224, 623. 25
542. 00
5, 998, 772, 08
848. 63
7,282, 942; 22
592. 88
36, 306, 874. 88
519.19
26, 283, 348. 49
465.48
17,176, 385. 00
526.74
20, 283, 608.76
992. 38
15, 005, 612.15
461. 21
13, 004, 447.15
592. 24
17, 589, 761. 94
427. 55
19, 088, 433.44
922; 81
17, 878, 325. 71
597.13
20, 098, 713.45
650.43
23,341,33L77
686.18
19, 712. 283. 29
286.10
23, 205, 523. 64
435. 81
22, 681, 965. 91
704.79
21,922,39L39
539. 75
24, 224, 441.77
914. 45
28,465,237.24
777. 55
29, 032, 508. 91
905. 31
16, 214, 957.15
858.42
19, 891, 310. 59
803. 96
23,409, 940. 53
436. 00
11,169, 290.39
252. 69
16,158, 800. 36
196.94
23,137, 924.81
503. 68
13, 4-99, 502.17
163. 46
14, 487, 216.74
111.08
18,187, 908. 76
7, 046, 813. 91
979. 44
284 74
26,183, 570.94
829! 62
27, 528,112. 70
274. 81
26, 712, 667.87
959. 65
23, 747, 864. 66
31,757,070.96
276.43
28 346 738 82
612. 45
O82! 69
39, 668, 686. 42
753. 31
49, 017, 567. 92
47, 339, 326. 62
353.25
860.02 - 58, 931, 865. 52
901.09
64, 224,190. 27
53 025 794.21
073.41
672.13
64, 022, 863. 50
229. 80
63, 875, 905. 05
855.00
41,789,620.96
334. 22
49,565,824.38
248. 60
53,1S7,51L87
530. 78
39.582,125.64
49, 056, 397. 62
857.83
304. 87
69, 0,59, 642. 40
046.13
102, 316,152. 99
738. 44
84, 928, 260. 60




I n t e r n a l revenue.

^
Direct tax.

$208," 942.* 81
337, 705. 70
274, 089. 62
337,755.36
475, 289. 60
575, 491. 45
644, 357. 95
779,136. 44
809, 396. 55 """$734,'223.'97
1, 048, 033. 43
534,343.38
621, 898. 89
206, 565. 44
215,179. 69
71, 879. 20
50,943.29
50,198. 44
21,747.15
21,882.91
20,101.45
. 55,763.86
13,051.40
34,732.56
8,190. 23
19,159. 21
4, 034. 29
7,517.31
7, 430. 63
12,448.68
2, 295. 95
7, 666. 66
4,903.06
859. 22
4, 755. 04
3, 805. 52
1, 662, 984. 82 2, 219, 497. 36
4, 678, 059. 07 2,162, 673. 41
5,124, 708. 31 4, 253, 635. 09
2, 678,100. 77 1, 834,187. 04
955, 270. 20
264, 333. 36
• 229, 593. 63
83, 050. 78
• 106,260.53
31, 586. 82
: 69, 027. 63
20, 349. 05
: 67, 665. 71
20,961.56
34, 242.17
10, 337. 71
34, 663. 37
6,201.96
25,771.35
2, 330. 85
21,589.93
6, 638. 76
19, 885. 68
2, 626. 90
17,451.54
2,218.81
14, 502. 74
11,335:05
12,1-60. 62
16, 980. 59
6, 933. 51
10, 506. 01
11, 630. 65
6,791.13
2, 759. 00
394.12
4,196. 09
19.80
10, 459. 48
4, 263.33
370.00
728. 79
5,493. 84
1, 687. 70
2,467. 27
2, 553. 32
**'"755.'22
1, 682. 25
3,261.36
495. 00
103. 25
1,777 34
3, 517.12
2, 897. 26
375.00
875.00

37," 640,* 787.'95
109,741,134.10
209, 464, 215. 25

'*i,'795,"33i.'73
1, 48.5,103. 61
475, 648. 96
1, 200, 573.03

P u b l i c lands. Miscellaneous.

$4,'836.'i3
83, 540. 60
11, 963.11
443."75
167,726.06
188, 628. 02
165, 675. 69
487, 526. 79
540,193. 80
765, 245. 73
466,163. 27
647, 939. 06
442, 252. 33
696,5-18.82
1, 040, 237. 53
710, 427. 78
835, 655.14
1,135,97L09
1, 287, 959. 28
1, 717, 985. 03
1,991,226.06
2, 606, 564. 77
3, 274, 422.78
1, 635, 871. 61
1, 212, 966. 46
1, 803, 581. 54
916, 523.10
-084, 418.15
1,216,090.56
1, 393, 785. 09
1,495,845.26
1,018,308.75
1, 517, 175.13
2, 329, 356.14
3, 210, 815.48
2, 623, 381. 03
3, 967, 682. 55
4, 857, 600. 69
14, 757, 600. 75
24,877,179.86
6, 776, 236. 52
3, 730, 945. 66
7, 361, .576. 40
3,411,518.63
1, 865, 627. 42
1 335 797 52
'898,'158.18
2, 059, 939. 80
2, 077,' 022! 30
2,694,452.48
2, 498, 355. 20
3,328,642.50
1, 688, 959. 55
1, 859, 894. 25
2, 352, 305. 30
2, 043, 239. 58
1,667,084.99
8, 470, 798. 39
11,497,049.07
8, 917. 644. 93
3, 829. 486. 64
3,513,715.87
1, 756, 687. 30
1, 778, 557. 71
870, 658. 54
152, 203. 77
107, 617.17
588, 333. 29
996. 553. 31

$10, 478.10
9,918.05
21, 410. 88
53, 277. 97
28, 317. 97
1,169, 415. 98
399,139. 29
58,192. 81
86,187. 56
152,712.10
345, 049.15
1, 500, 505. 86
131, 945.44
139, 075. 53
40, 382. 30
51,12L86
38, 550.42
21, 82-2. 85
62,162. 57
84, 476. 84
59, 211. 22
126,165.17
271, 571. 00
164, 399. 31
285, 282. 84
273, 782. 35
109, 761. 08
57, 617, 71
57, 098. 42
61,338.44
152,589.43
452,957.19
141,129. 84
127, 603. 60
130,451.81
94, 588. 66
1, 315, 722. 83
65,126.49
112, 648. 55
73, 227. 77
584,124. 05
270, 410. 61
470, 096. 67
480, 812. 32
759, 972.13
2, 245, 902. 23
7, 001, 444. 59
6, 410, 348. 45
979,939.86
2,567,112.28
1, 004, 054. 75
451, 995. 97
285,' 895. 92
1 075 410 70
361, 4.53. 68
289, 950.13
220, 80S. 30
012, 010. 69
685, 379.13
2,064,308.21
1,185,166.11
464, 249.-40
988,081.17
1,105, 352. 74
827, 731.40
1,116^190.81
1, 259, 920. 88
1, 352, 029.13
1,454, 596. 24
1,088,530.25
1, 023, 515. 31
915,327.97
3,741,794.38
30,291,701.86
25, 441, 556. 00

* For the half year from

REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY. CXXXF
TO J U N E 30^ 1896,
THAT TIME.

Dividends.

B Y CALENDAR Y E A R S TO 1843

Net ordinary Interest.
receipts.

1791
$8, 028. 00
1792
38,500.00
1793
203,472. 00
794
160, 000. 00
1795
I79G
160,000.09
1797
80,960.00
9S
79,920.00
7,
1799
71, 040. GO 7,
1800
•71,040.00 10,
1801
88,800.00 12,
1SG2
39,960.00 14,
1803
11,
1804
11,
1«05
13,
180.6
15,
1807
16,
1808
17,
7,
1809
9.,
1810
14,
1811
9,
1812
14,
18.13
11,
1814
1-5,
1815
47,
1816
1817
202, 426. 30 33.,
1818
•525, OOO. 00 21,
1810
675, 000.00 24,
1820 1,000, 000.00 17,
1821
1:05, 000.00 1.4,
1822
297, 500.-00 20,
1823
000.00 20,
ma, 000,00 19,
1824
350, 500.00 21.,
1825
,367, 500. 00 25.
1826
402, 000. 00 22,
1827
420, 000. G 24,
1828
O
455, 000. 00 24,
1829
490, 000. 00 24,
1830
490, 000.00 28,
1831
1832 .490, 000.00 31,
490,
1833
O
474, 985. G
1834
234, 849. 50 2li
1835
480. 82 35,
506,
1836
292, 674. 67 50,
1837
24,
1838
26,
1839
31,
1840
19,
1841
18,
1842
19,
1843^
8.
1844
29,
1845
29,
1846
29,
1847
26,
1848
35,
1849
30,
1850
43,
1851
52,
1852
49,
1853
61,
1854
73,
1855
65,
1856
74,
1857
68,
1858
46,
1859
52,
1860
56,
1861
41,
1862
51,
1863
112,
1864
243,
1865

.800. 00
.800. 00
,•675.-00
?.30.
793.
097.
307.
693.
93L
019.
661.
473.
214.
634.
132.
409.
625.
916.
985.
049.
171.
374..
669..
379.
427.
066.
212.
858.
434.
863.
629.
627.
116.
820.
450.
426.
935.
087.
796.
153.
561.
749.
115.
160.
197.
001.
707.
105.
967.
403.
699.
077.
888.
089.
815.
031.
341.
574.
699.
312.
365.
107.
599.
299.
261.
945.
971.
158.

J a n u a r y 1 t o J u n e 30, 1843.




"125 .'46

.300. 00
85. 79
541.74
i665. IG
819.14
412.62

Pren:iiums.

AND B Y F I S C A L YEARS ( E N D E D J U N E

Beceipts
from l o a n s a n d G r o s s r e c e i p t s .
Treasury
notes.

$4, 771,.342.
8, 772, 458
6, 450,195
9,439,855
9,.•515,758
8,740,329.
8,758,780
8,17-9,170
12,;546,813.
12,413,978.
12,-945,455.
14/995,793.
11,.064, 097.
11,826,;307.
13/560,093..
15/559, a s i .
16,398,019.
17,060,661.
7/773,473.
2,750,000. 0,0
12,134,214.
14j422,«34.
12, 837,-900. 00
22,:639,:032.
26, :184,13S.:O0
4Q,;524„.844..
23, 3.77, 826.'00
34,559/536.
35, :220.071.40'
50, •961,237.
32,107.
.9, 425,084.;91
57,171,421.
466/723. 45'
83,833/592.
.8,353.00
21,593„:935.
:2,:29LOa
24,605,665.
X)00,S24.13'
20,.881, 493.
40,080.00
000,824.00
19,.573, 703.
20,:232',427.
20/540,666.
000, GOO. 00 24,381,212.
000,000.0.0
26, 840, 858.
25, 260, 434.
22, 966, 363.
24, 763, 629.
24,827.627.
24, 844,116.
28, 526, 820.
31, 807, 450.
33, 948, 426.
21,791,935.
3.5, 430, 087.
50, 826, 796.
992, 989.15
27, 947,142.
716, 820. 86
39, 019, 382.
857, 276. 21
35, 840, 025.
589, 547. 51
25, 069, 662.
659, 317. 38
30, 519, 477.
808.735.64
34, 784, 932.
479, 708. 36
71,700.83
20,782,410.
666.60
877,181.35
31,198, 555.
29, 970,105.
29, 699, 967.
872, 399. 4
28, 365. 91
55, 368,168.
256, 700. 00
37, 080. 00
56. 992, 479.
588, 750. 00
487,065.48
59, 796, 892.
045, 950. 00
10, 550. 00
47, 649, 388.
203, 400. 00
4, 264. 92
52, 762, 704.
46, 300. G
O 49,893,115.
16, 350. 00
22.50
61,603,404.
2,001.67
73,802, 343.
800.00
65,351,374.
200. 00
74, 056, 899.
3, 900.00
68, 969, 212.
23, 717, 300. 00
70, 372, 665.
28, 287, 500. G
O 81, 773, 965.
709, 357. 72
20, 776, 800. 00
10, 008. 00
76,841,407.
41, 861.709.74
33,630.90
83, 371, 640.
68,400. 00 529, 692, 460. 50 581,680,121.
602, 345.44 776: 682, 361..5'
889, 379, 652.
21, 174,101. 01 1,128 873, 945.
,393,461,017.
11, 683, 446. ~" 1,472, 224, 740. 85.1, 805, 939, 345.

Unavail• ;able.

$361,891.84
., 102, 498. 45
., 797, 272. 01
l,;007,.950.78'
1,396, 424. GO
320,-000. GO
70,'000.00
2OO,O00.;O0
VOOO,O0O.;0O
.,5.65,229.24

63, 288. 35
1, 458, 782. 93
37, 469. 25

30, 000. 00

103, 301. 37

11,110. 81
6, 000. 01
9, 210. 40
6, 095.11

CXXXVI REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.
T A B L E N . — S T A T E M E N T O F - T H E R E C E I P T S OF THE
Balance in
the Treasury at
commencement of year.
1866
1867

.$33, 933, C57. 89
160, 817, 099. 73

1868
1869
1870
1871
1872
1873
1874
1875
1876
1877
1878
1879
1880
1881
1882
1883
1884
1885
1886
1887
1888
1889
1890
1891
1892
1893
1894
1895
1896

198, 076, 437.09
158, 936, 082. 87
183,781, 985. 76
177, 604, 116. 51
138, 019, 122.15
134, 666, OOL 85
159, 293, 673.41
178, 833, 339. 54
172, 804, 061. 32
149,909, 377. 21
214, 887, 645. 88
286,591, 453. 88
386, 832, 588.65
231, 940, 064. 44
280, 607, 668.37
275,450, 903.53
874,189. 081.98
424, 941, 403. 07
521, 794, 026.26
526,848, 755.46
512,851, 434. 36
659, 449, 099. 94
673, 399, 118.18
691, 527, 403.76
726, 222, 332. 60
778, 604, 339.28
738, 467, 555.07
763, 565, 540.75
773, 610, 008. 76

Customs.

$179, 046, 651.5
176, 417, 810. g
164,484, 599. 56
180,048, 426. 63
194, 538, 374.44
206, 270, 408. 05
216, 370, 286. 77
188, 089, 522. 70
163,103, 833. 69
157.167, 722. 35
148, 071, 984. 61
130, 956, 493.07
130,170, 680. 20
7.37,2.50, 047. 70
186, 522. 064. 60
198, I59i 676. 02
220,410, 730. 2;
214, 706, 496. 93
195, 067, 489.76
181,471, 939. 34
192, 905, 023. 44
217, 286, 893.13
219, 091, 173.63
223, 832, 741.69
229, 668, 584. 57
219, 522, 205. 23
177, 452, 964.15
203,355, 016.73
131,818, 530. 62
152,158, 617.45
160, 021, 751. 67
7, 575, 893, 261. 01




I n t e r n a l revenue.

Direct tax.

$309, 226,813.42 $1, 974, 754.12
266, 027, 537. 43 4,200,233.70
191,
158,
184,
143,
130,
113,
102,
110,
116,
118,

087, 589.
350, 460,
899, 756.
098,153.
642,177,
729, 314,
409, 784,
007, 493,
700, 732,
630, 407.
581, 624.
no, 561,610.
113, 009, 873
124, 264, 385.
135, 497. 595.
146, 720, 368.
144, 586, 072.
121, 498, 725.
112, 805, 936.
116, 823, 391.
118, 296, 871.
124, 881, 513.
130, 606, 705.
142, 686, 249.
145, 971,072.
153, 027, 623.
161, 111,232.
147, 421, 672.
143, 762, 864.
146,

1, 788,145. 85
765, 685. 61
229,102.
580. 355. 37
315, 254. 51
93, 798.1

30.85
1,516.89
160,141.09
108,156. 60
70, 720, 75
108, 239. 94
32, 892. 05
1, 565. 82

UNITED

Public lands. Miscellaneous

$665, 031. 03 $29, 036, 314. 23
1,163,575.76 15, 037, 522.15
1, 348,715.41
4, 020,344.34
3,350,481. 76
2, 388,646. 68
2,575, 714.19
8,.882, 312. 38
1, 852,428. 93
1, 413,640.17
1,129, 466. 95
976, 253.68
743. 87
1, 079,
924, 781,06
1, 016,506. 60
2, 201,863.17
4, 753,140. 37
7, 955,864.42
9, 810,705. 01
5, 705,986. 44
5, 630,999.34
286. 42
9, 254,
11, 202,017. 23
8,038, 651.
0, 358,272. 51
4, 029,535.41
8,261, 875.58
3,182, 089. 78
1, 673,637.30
1,103, 347.16
1, 005,523. 43

17, 745, 403. 59
13, 997, 338.65
12, 942, 118. 30
22, 093, 54L21
15,106, 051. 23
17,161, 270.05
32, 575, 043. 32
15, 431, 915.31
24, 070, 602.31
30, 437, 487. 42
15, 614, 728.09
20, 585. 697.49
21,978, 525.01
25,154, 850. 98
31,703, 642. 52
30, 796, 695.02
21, 984, 881.
24, 014, 055.06
20, 989, 527.86
26, 005, 814. 84
24, 674, 446.10
24, 297, 151.44
24, 447, 419. 74
23, 374, 457. 23
20, 251, 871.94
18, 254, 898.34
17,118, 618.52
16,706, 438.48
19,186, 060. 54

4, 864, 055, 263. 68 28,131, 900. 32 290, 732,114. 77 782, 389,190. 52
• A m o u n t h e r e t o f o r e c r e d i t e d to t h e T r e a s u r e r a s
^

REPORT OF.. _THE SECRETARY: O F . T H E TREASURY,
STATES FROM MARCH: 4, 1789, TO J U N E 30, 1896,

Dividends.

1866
1867
1868
1869
1870
1871
1872
1873
1874
1875
1870
1877
1878
1879
1880
1881
1882
1883
1884
1885
1886
1887
1889
1889
1890
1891
1892
1893
1894
1895
1896

$519,-949,564.38!
462,846, 679. 92|
434,
188,
959,
431,
694,
177,
941,
020,
066,
000,
446,
322,
526,
782,
525,
287,
519,
690,
439,
403,
266,
050,
080,
612,
937,
819,
722,
390,
976,

ETC.—Continued.

Receipts
from l o a n s a n d G r o s s r e c e i p t s .
Treasury
notes.

Net ordinary
Interest.
receii^ts.

CXXXVII

Unavailable.

$38, 083, 055. 68 $712, 851, 553. O5,$l,270,884,173.11 $172, 094.29
27,787,330.35 040, 426, 910. 29 1,131,060,920. 56 721, 827. 93
29, 203, 029.50
13, 755, 491.12
15, 295, 043. 76
8,892, 839. 95
9,412, 637. 65|
11, 560, 530.
5, 037, 665. 221
3, 979, 279. 69
4, 029, 280. 58
405, 776. 58|
317, 102. 301
1, 505, 047.63
110. 00

8, 633, 295.71
11. 339, 344. 62
11,166, 246.41

625, 111, 433.
238, 678, 081.
285,474, 496.
268, 768, 523.
305, 047, 054.
214,931,017.
439, 272, 535.
.387,971,556.
397, 455, 808.
348, 871, 749.
404, 581, 201.
792, 807, 643.
211, 814,103.
113, 750, 534.
120, 945, 724.
555, 942, 504.
200, 877, 880.
245,190, 303.
116, 314, 850.
154,440,900.
285, 016, 650.
245,111,350.
245. 293, 650.
373, 208, 857.
381,403,512.
347, 051, 580.
417,051,223.
395, 787, 205.
482, 710, 303.

2, 675,918.19
1,030,749, 516. 52
009,021, 828. 27
^ 2,070. 73
096, 729, 973. 631
652, 092, 468. 36 * 3, 396.18
679,153, 921.56 * 18,228. 35
548, 669, 221. 67 * 3, 047. 80
744, 251. 291.52
12,691.40
675,971, 607.10
691, 551, 673.28
030, 278, 167.58!
062, 345, 079. 70
1, 066, 634, 827.46
545, 340, 713.98
474, 532, 826. 57
524, 470, 974. 28
954, 230, 145. 951
555, 397, 755. 921 * 1, 500. 00
568, 887, 009. 38
47, 097. 65
452, 754, 577. 06
525, 844, 177. 66
7, 997. 64
664, 282, 724.76
632,161, 408. 84
648, 374, 632. 03;
' 731.11
765, 821, 305.06
736, 401, 296. 24
732, 871, 214.78
724,006, 538. 46
720, 516, 625. 23
820, 852, 810. 29

9,720,136.29 13,550,921,950.59 l$485,224.45! 235, 398,107. 57 15,284,050,807.09 29,070,802,155.70,2, 714, 730. 71
uhavailable and since recovered and charged to his account




CXXXVIII

R E P O R T O F T H E SECRETARY O F T H E

T A B L E 0 . — S T A T E M E N T OF E X P E N D I T U R E S

War.

Year.

1791.
1792.
1793.
1794.
1795
1796
1797,
1798.
1799.
1800
1801.
1802.
1803.
1804.
1805T80G.
1807180818091810.
1811,
1812
1813.
1814.
1815.
1810.
1817,
1818.
1819,
1820,
1821,
1822,
1823,
1824,
1825.
1820.
1827.
1828
1829,
1830
1831
1832
1833.
1834,
1835
1830
1837
1838
1839
1840
1841
1842
1843^
1844
1845
1840
1847
1848
1849
1850
1851
1852
1853
1854
1855
1850
1857
1858
1859
1800
1861
• 1862
1863
1864

$632, 804. 03
1,100. 702. 09
1,130, 249,
2, 639, 097. 59
2, 480, 910.13
1, 260, 263. 84
1, 039, 402. 46
2, 009. 522.
2, 466. 946. 98
2, 5oo; 878. 77
944. 08
3,072, 148. 25
3,179, 055. 85
822, 423. 93
875, 781. 28
712, 355. 38
1, 224, 685. 91
1, 288,834.40
2, 900,
3, 345, 772.1
2, 294. 323. 94
2, 032, 828.19
11, 817, 798. 24
19, 652, 013. 02
20,350, 806.86
14, 794, 294. 22
16. 012, 096. 80
8, 004, 236. 53
5, 622, 715.10
6. 506, 300. 37
2, 630,392.31
4, 401, 291. 78
981.48
3, 111, 924. 43
3,096, 939. 85
3, 340, 914.18
3, 059, 194.37
3, 943, 977.88
3, 948, 544.50
4,145, 291. 07
4, 724, 128. 88
4, 767, 835. 55
4, 841, 034. 88
5, 446,019.10
6, 704,189.38
5, 696, 156.89
5,759, 345. 25
11, 747, 730. 80
13, 682, 224.16
12, 897, 995. 80
8, 916, 267.
7, 095, 610.24
8,801,
6,610, 438.02
2, 908, 671. 95
5,218, 183. 66
5, 746. 291.28
10,413, 370. 58
35, 840. 030. 33
27. 688, 334. 21
14, 5.58,473. 26
S, 687,024.58
12, 161,965.31
8,521, 506.19
5), 910,498.49
11, 722,282. 87
14, 648,074. 07
16,963, 160. 51
19,159, 150. 87
25, 679,121. 63
23,154. 720. 53
16, 472,202. 72
23,001, 530. 67
389,173. 562. 29
603, 314, 411.82
690, 891,048. 66




TREASURY.

OF T H E U N I T E D STATES FROM M A R C H 4,
J U N E 30), FROM

Navy.

$61, 408'. 97
410, 562. 03
274, 784. 04
382, 631. 89
1, 381,347.76
2, 858, 081. 84
3, 448, 716.03
2, 111, 424. 00
015, 561. 87
1.215, 230.53
1, 189, 832.75
1, 597, 500.00
1,649, 641.44
1, 722, 064.47
1, 884, 067.80
2, 427. 758. 80
1, 654,244. 20
1,965, 566. 39
3, 959, 365.15
6, 446,600.10
7,311, 290. 60
8, 660, 000. 25
3, 908, 278,
3, 314, 598.49
2, 953, 095. 00
3, 847,040. 42
4, 887, 990. 00
3, 319. 243. 06
2, 224, 458.98
2, 503, 765. 83
2, 904,581.56
3, 049, 083.86
4,218, 902.45
4, 203, 877.45
8, 918, 786.44
3, 308, 745.47
3, 239, 428. 63
3, 856, 183. 07
3,956, 370. 29
3,901, 356. 75
3, 956, 260. 42
3, 864, 939. 06
5, 807, 718. 23
914.53
6, 646,
0,131, 580. 53
6,182, 294. 25
6,113, 896. 89
076. 97
0, 001,
8, 397,242. 95
3, 727,711.53
6, 498,
199.11
6, 297,177. 89
0, 455,013. 92
7, 900, 635. 76
476. 02
• 0, 408,
9,780, 705. 92
7, 904, 724. 66
8, 880, 581.38
8, 918, 842.10
11, 007, 789. 53
lo, 790, 096. 32
13, 327, 095.11
14,074, 834. 64
12, 051, 694.61
14, 053, 264. 64
14, 090, 927. 90
11.514, 649. 83
12, 387, 1.56. 52
42, 040, 353. 09
03. 261, 2.35.31
85, 704, 963.74

Indians.

$27, 000. 00
13, 648. 85
27, 282. 83
13, 042.46
23, 475. 68
113, 503.98
02, 300.58
16, 470.09
20, 302.19
31.22
9, 000.GO
94, 000. 00
-CO, 000.00
116, 500. 00
196, 500. 00
234, 200.
205, 425.GO
213, 575. 00
837, 503. 84
177, 025.00
151, 875.00
277, 845. 00
167, 858. 28
167, 394. 86
530, 750. 00
274, 512.16
319, 463 71
505, 704.27
463, 181.39
315, 750. 01
477, 005. 44
575, 007. 41
380, 781.82
429, 987.90
724, 106.44
743, 447. 83
-750, 624. 88
705, 084. 24
570, 344. 74
022, 262. 47
930, 738.04
1,352, 419. 75
1. 802,980. 93
1, 003, 953.20
1,706, 444. 48
5, 037, 022. 88
4, 348, 036.19
5, 504,191. 34
2, 528, 917. 28
2,333, 794. 86
2, 514, 837.32
1,199, 099,
578, 371.00
1, 256, 532. 39
1, 539, 351.35
1, 027, 693. 64
1, 430, 411. 30
1, 252, 296. 81
1,374, 161.55
1,663, 591.47
2, 829, 801.77
3,043, 576. 04
3, 880, 494.12
1,550, 339, 55
2, 772, 990. 78
2, 644, 263. 97
4, 354, 418. 87
4, 978, 266.18
3,490, 534. 53
2,991, 121.54
2, 865, 481.17
2, 327, 948.37
3,152, 032. 70
2, 629, 975.97

i Miscellaneous

$17 813.
.$1,083, 971. 61
109, 243.15
4, 672, 664. 38
80, 087. 8
511, 451. 01
81 399. 24
750, 350. 74
68, 673. 22
1, 378, 920.66
100, 843. 71
801, 847. 58
92 256. 97
1, 259, 422. 62
104, 845. 33
1,139, 524. 94
95, 444. 03
1,039, 891. 68
64, 130.73
1, 337, 613.22
73, 533.37
1,11.4, 768. 45
85 440. 39
1, 462, 929. 40
62, 902.10
1,842, 635. 76
80, 092. 80 - 2,191, 009. 43
81 854.59
8, 708, 508.75
81, 875. 53
2, 890, 137.01
70. 500. 00
3,697, 897. 51
82. 576.04
1,423, 285. 61
87, 833.54
1, 21.5, 803. 79
1,101. 144.98
744.16
1,367; 291.40
0-43. 88
91 402.10
1, 683, 088. 21
86 989. 91
3,729, 435. 61
90, 164. 36
• 2, 208, 029. 70
09, 656. 06
2, 898, 870. 47
2, 989, 741.17
188, 804.15
207, 374. 43
3, 518, 936. 76
3, 835, 839.51
890, 719. 90
3. 007. 211. 41
2,415, 939. 85
2, 5f 2i 021.94
3, 208, 376. 31
242, 817.25
• 2, 223, 121.54
1,948. 199.40
1, 967. 996.24
1,780: 588. 52
2, 022, 093.99
1,499 326. 59
7,155, 308. 81
2,748, 544. 89
1. 308, 810. 57
593. 83
2, 000, 177..79
1, 556,
976, 138.
2, 713, 476.58
573. 57
850,
3, 070, 052. 64
949, 594.47
3, 082, 234. 65
3, 237, 416.04
1, 363, 297.31
1,170, 665.14
3, 064, 646.10
1,184, 422. 40
4, 577, 141. 45
4, 589, 152. 40
5,716, 245. 93
3,364, 285. 30
4, 404, 728. 95
1,954 711. 32
4, 229, 69-*=!. 53
2, 882, 797. 96
5, 393, 279.72
2, 672, 162. 45
9, 893, 370. 27
2,156, 057.29
7,160, 664. 76
3,142, 750.51
5, 725, 990. 89
2, 603, 562.17
5, 995, 398.96
2, 388, 434. 51
0, 490, 881.45
1, 378 931.33
6, 775, 624. 61
839, 041.12
3, 202, 713.00
2, od2, 008. 99
5, 645, 183. 86
2,400, 788.11
5,911, 760. 98
1,811 097. 56
6,711, 283.89
1, 744; 883. 63
6,885, 608. 35
1, 227, 496.48
5, 650, 851.25
12, 885, 834. 24
1, 328, 867.64
880. 02
16, 043, 763. 36
1,
2, 293, 377.22
17, 888, 992.18
2,401 858. 78
17, 504, 171. 45
1, 750, 306. 20
17, 463, 068.01
1. 232, 665. GO
26, 672, 144.68
1,477, 612.33
24, 090, 425. 43
1,296, 229. 65
31, 794, 038.87
1, 310, 380,
28, 565, 498.77
1, 219, 768. 30
26, 400, 016. 42
1,222, 222. 71
23, 797. 544. 40
1,100, 8O2! 32 27, 977, 978. 30
1,034 599. 73
23, 327, 287.69
21, 385, 862. 59
852, 170. 47
23,198, 382. 37
1,078, 513.36
27, 572, 216. 87
4, 985 473. 90

* Por the half year from

R E P O R T ^OF T H E :SECRETARY OF T H E

TREAKURY.

CXXXIX

•17f89, TO JciNE -30^ 1896, B Y •CALENDAR YEARS .TO .18^:3 A N D I B Y F I S C A L YEARS ( E N D E D
THAT T I M E .

Year.

N e t o r d i n a r y ex- P r e m i u m s .
jpenditures.

1.791
m , 919, •589.:52
17-92
.5,>896, .258.-47
1793
1; 749. •0-70.-7,3
1794
3, 545, 29,9. 00|
:1795
•4,:362, 541
:i,7:96
2,-551, ^303.151
1797
2, 836, 110.:52
1798
4 , 651, 710. 42
17.99
• -6,480, 166.72
1800
•7, 411, 369.'97
ISOl
•S, 981, ••6G9.-.90
1:802
:S, 737, •079. :91
4 , 002. i824.-24
M803
:i&04
-4,452, J858.i91
:a;805
'6, 857. :284.:62
1806
^6, 080. .•209.:3.6
-:^, 98.4, ,2.:89
1807
18Q8
•-G, 504,;3a8.i85
1809
7, 414, •:072.14
181-0
-5, 311, '082.28
1811
^5, 592, f604.:86
1812 I
?17, 829, 498.-70
1813
:28,082, :396.:92|
1814
.30.127, :08G,
1815 I
•26, 953,;;57a.?ool
181:6
•23, 373, 432.^58
1817 I
15, 454, '609.921
;i818
13, 808, '67.3.-7
181i9
16, 300, 27.3.441
.-1'820 I
13, 134, .•530. .'5^
10/723,4.79. W
1821
1822
.-»., 827, :B4;3.;51
1823 I
':S/784,1:54. f59i
]1824
Ib5,330,,144.71
18.25 1
13,490, 459..;94
1826
13, 062, :316.27
1827.
a:2,fi53, .095.:65|
1828
13,'290, ^041.45
1829
12, .641, 210.40
'1:830
1 3 , 229, •533.33
i83;i 1
1 3 , 864, 067.90]
1832
•356,;516, 38S. 771
1833
• 2 2 , 7 1 3 , 755.11
1834
1 8 , 4 2 5 ,. 417. 25|
1835
17, 514, 950. 28
1836
50, 868, 164. 04
1837
37, 243, 214. 24
1838
33, 849, 718. 08
1839
26, 496, 948. 73
1840
24,139, 920.11
1841
26,196, 840.29
1842
24, 361, 336.59
1843-'
11, 256, 508. 60
1844
20, 650. 108.01
1845
$18,231.43
21, 895, 369. 61
1840
26, 418, 459. 59
1847
53,801, 509.37
3848
45, 227, 454..77
1849
82, 865. 81
39, 933, 542.61
1850
37,165. 990. 09
3851
44 ,.054. 717.66 "69,'7i3.'i9
1852
170, 063. 42
40, 389, 954. 56
1853
420, 498. 64
44, 078, 156. 35
1854
51, 907, 528.42 ;, 877,818.69
1855
872, 047.
56, 316, 197.72
1856
385, 372. 90
00, 772, 527. 64
1857
143. 70
863, 572. 39
06, 041, 437.17
1858
574, 443. 08
72, 330, 950. 07
1859
66, 355, 7.54. 71
3800
60, 056, 055.78
1861
62, 616, 896.81
1862
450, 379, 575. 56
1863
694, 004, 679. Ill
1864
811, 283,
J a n u a r y 1 t o J u n e 30, 1843.




Interest.

$1,177, 863. ;03
•2,:373, •611.28j
•2,:097, 859.17
2, 752, .523. «4
2,-947, 'O59.:06|
.3,:239, 347..-6&
:3,172, 516.73
2,:955, 875.9.0
•2,.815, .651.4-11
;3,402, 6.01.04
• ;4,.4ii, 830.-.G6I
4,'239, 172.16
.3,-949, 4G2...36
4,185, 048.7.4
•2,^657, 114. 22
'3.:3C8, 908.26
:3,.'369, :57-8.48
2,557, 074.23
•2,:866, 074.90
:3,163, 6,71.-.09
2,-585, 435.:57i
•2,451, 2.7.2..:57
•3, 599, 455.221
^,:593, 239.-04
:5,:990, 090.-24
•7,;822, 923.;34
:4,.^36, 2,82..;55l
6,:209, 954. 03
:5,:211, 730. .5:6
.•5,151, 00.4. :33
;5,126, 0.73.79
;5,172, 788.79
4,!922, 475.40
4,;943, 557. ^93
4,^366, 757.40
•3,^75, :542.'.95
:3,480, ;07i.t51
:3,09:8, 800.-60
2, 542, •843.23
1.912, 574.93
1, 373, 748. 74
•1772, :561.:50
303, 796.87
202, 152.98
57, 863.08

Public debt.

984. :23
693,; :O50.:25
•2,^:033, 048.-.07
•2,743, .771.13
:2,:841,' 639. "37
:2,577, 126.:0a
•:2,:G17, 250.12
'970, O82.:09|
i,-7oe, 578.-84
1,138, .563.1:1
^2,:879, 87:0. ;e8|
:5,:294, 23S.:24
•3,:306, 697.07
3,:977, 206..07
•4,583, 960.-6o|
:5.,:572, 018.-64
;2,t938, 141.^02
•7., -701, 288.:96|
;3,.:586. 479. 26
'4,''835, 2.41.12
>'5,.414, •5.6.4..43
- a,'998, B49..-88
• •.7,^.508, 608. ;22
;3,:307, 304. :90
;6,5638, 832.11
•17,:048, 139.:59
.20,-.8S6, 753. :57
15,^086, 247. :59
;2,-492, 195. 73
.3,477, 489.96
.3,:241, 0-19.,83
^.•676, 160..83
;607, 541.:01
11,:624, 835. i 83
•7,'.728, •587.-38
7,065, -539.24
!6,-r517, '596. :88
9,'064, •637.47
:9,860., •304. 77
9,443, 173.29
14, 800, 629. 48
17,'007, •747.^7:9
1,239, 746.51
5,974, 412 21
328. 20

21, 822. 91
5, 590, 723. 791
14. 996. 4.8
10, 718, 153. 53
399, 8-33. 89
3, 9.12, 015. 62
174, 598. 08
5, 315, 712.19
284, 977.55
7, 801, 990. 09
773, 549. 85
338, 012. 64
523, 583. 91
11,158, 450. 71
1, 833, 452.13
7, 536, 349.49
1, 0-10, 458.18
371, 100. 04
842, 723. 27
5, 600, 067. 65
1,119, 214.72|
13, 036, 922. 54
2, 390, 765,
12, 804, 478. 54
3, 56.5, 535. 78
3, 656, 335.14
3, 782, 393.03
654, 912.71
3, 696, 760. 75|
4, 000, 297. 80
2,152, 293. 05
3, 665. 832. 74
6,432, 574.01
3,070, 926. G9| 17. 556, 896. 95
2. 314, 464. 99
6, 662, 065. 86
1, 953, 822. 37
3,614, 618. 66
3, 276, 606. 05
• 1,593, 265.23
1, 652, 055. 67
7, 505, 250. 82
2, 637, 649. 70
14, 685, 043.15
3,144, 120. 94 • 13, 854, 250. 00
4,034, 157. 30
18, 737, 100. 00
96, 097, 322. 09|
13,390, 344. 84
24, 729, 700. 62 181,081, 635. 053, 685, 421. 691 430, 572, 014. 03

Gross expenditures.

$3,'797, 436. 78|
:8,;962,^^920. G
O
6,479, •977. 97i
•9, Oil, .593.17i
10,151, :240.15|
•S,-367, 776. 84[
•8, •625, 877.37,
8,-583, 618.411
.11,:002, 396. 971
ll,--952, 534.12
12/273, 376.94
a3,;270, 487.31
11,:25S, 983.07
12,-615, 1 1 3 . -721
a3,598, 309.471
15,021, 196.26}
11/292, 2Q2. 99
16,702, 702.041
13,'867, 226.
13,309, 994..491
i3.:592, 604.86
=22;:279, 1 2 L 1 5 |
29, 190, 520.36
S8,:028, 230.32!
39,'582, 493.-35I
•48,-244, 495. 51
;40/877, 646.041
•35,104, 875. 401
:24,;O04, 199.73
•21,-763, 024. 851
19,-.090, 572.69
l-7,:e76, 592.-63
15,314, 171.00
:31,S98, 538.47
'28.,-585, 804.72
24,103, .398.46
:22,^65:6, 764. 04
'25, •459,. 479. :52
25,044, .858.40
24, 585, 281.55
30, 038, 446.12
!34,'356, 098.06
24,257, 298. 49
24, 601, 982. 44
17, 573, 141.56
30, 868, 164. 04
37, 265, 037.15|
39, 455, 438. 35
37, 614, 936.15
28, 226, 533. 81
31, 797, 530. 03
32,936, 876. 53
12,118, 105.15
33, 642, 010.85
30, 490, 408.71
27, 632, 282. 90
60, 520, 851. 74
60, 055, 143.19
.56, 386, 422. 74
44, 604, 718.26
48, 476, 104. 31
46,712, 608. 83
54, 577, 061. 74
75, 473, 170.75
06,164, 775. 96
72, 726, 341. 57
71, 274, 587.37
82, 062, 186.74
83, 678, 642.92
77, 055, 125. 65
85, 387, 31C. '^8
565, 667, 563.71
899, 815, 911.25
, 295, 541, 114. 86!

B a l a n c e in
Treasury at
t h o e n d of
i}he.3'ear.
•$973, 905.75
783, 444. 51
753, 661. 69
1,151, 924.17
516, 442. 61
888, 995. .42
1,-021, •899.-04
• 017, 451.43
•2, '161, 867.77
2,-023, 311. i99
.3,295, 391.:G0
•5,020, 697.'.64
4,-825, -811. ;60
• 4, •037,^005. :26
:3,^999, •388.!9;9
4,'538, 123. :80
;9,043, «5O..i07 •
^9, •941, '809.:96
3.-848, 056.78
•2i-072, •276. •;57
3,.-502, 305.-80
:3,.-8G2, 217. 41
•5,1'96, •542.'0O
1,727,, '848. B3
13,106, 592.88
-.22, •033, •519.19
14,989, 465.48
1,478, •520.74
•992..88
2, •079, 46L.21
i , 1 9 8 , -592..24
1,681, 427.-'55
4,:237, '922;.81
^9,463, •597.13
1,^946, '650.4;3
'5,--2-0-3,
%ms, '686.18
280.10
0,668.,
•5/972, 435. 81
:5, 755, 7.04. 79
0, 014, 539. 75
4, 502, 914.45
'2,:011, 777.55
11, 702, 905. 81
8, 892, 858. 42
20, 749, 803. 90
40, 708, 436. 00
87, 327, 252. 69
80,893, 196. 94
33.157, 503. 08
29, 903, 103. 46
28, 685, 111.08
30, 521, 979. 44
39,186, 284. 74
36, 742, 829. 02
36,194, 274.81
38, 261, 959. 05
33, 079, 270. 43
29, 416, 032.45
32, 827^ 082. 09
85,871, 753. 31
40.158, 353. 25
43.338, 800. 02
50; 261, 901.09
48, 591, 073.41
47, 777, 072.13
49,108, 229.80
46, 802, 855. 00
35,113, 334. 22
33,193, 248.60
82, 979, 530. 78
30, 963, 857. 83
46, 965, 304. 87
36, .523, 046.13
738.44
134, 433,

CXL

REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF • THE TREASURY.
TABLE O.—STATEMENT

Year.

War.

OF T H E E X P E N D I T U R E S

USTavy.

Indians.

Pensions.

OF THIS TTNITED

Miscellaneous.

$1, 030, 690, 400. 06$122, 617, 434. 07
283,154, 676. 06 43, 285, 662. 00

1867.......
1868
1869
1870
...
1871
1872....
3873
1874
1875
1876
1877
1878
1879
...
1880
1881
1882
1883
1884
1885
. ..
1886
1887
1888
1889
1890
1891
1892
1893
1894
1895
1806
Total.......

$5, 059, 360. 71 $16, 847, 621. 34 $42, 989, 383.10
3, 295, 729. 32 15, 605, 549. 88 40, 613,114.17

3, 568, 638, 312. 28 717.551,816.39
*3, 621, 780. 07
*77, 992.17

1865
1866

103, 369, 211. 42 119, 607, 656. 01 643,604, 554.33
m S , 769. 52
*53, 286. 61
*9, 737. 87

3, 572, 260, 092. 35 717, 629, 808. 56 103, 422, 498. 03 119, 617, 393. 88
95, 224, 415. 63 31,034,011.04
4, 642, 531. 77 20,936,551.71
23, 782, 388. 78
123, 246, 648. 62 25, 775, 502. 72
4,100,682.32
78,501,990.61
7, 042, 923. 06 28,476,621.78
20, 000, 757. 97
57, 655, 675. 40 21,780,229.87
3, 407, 938.15 28, 340, 202.17
35, 799, 991. 82 19, 431, 027. 21
7, 426, 997. 44 34, 443, 894. 88
35, 372,157. 20 21, 249, 809. 99
7, 061, 728. 82 28, 533, 402. 76
46, 323,138. 31 23, 526, 256.79
7, 951, 704. 88 29, 359, 426. 86
42, 813, 927. 22 30, 932, 587. 42
6, 092, 402. 09 29, 038, 414. 68
41,120, 645. 98 21, 497, 626. 27
8, 384, 050. 82 29, 456, 216. 22
38, 070, 888. 64 18, 963, 309. 82
5, 966, 558.17 28, 257, 395. 69
37, 082, 785. 90 14, 959, 935. 36
5, 277, 007. 22 27, 963, 752. 27
32,154,147. 85 17,365,301.37
4, 629, 280. 28 27,137,019.08
40, 425, 660. 73 15,125,126. 84
5, 206,109. 08 35,121, 482. 39
38,116, 916. 22 13, 536, 984. 74
5, 945, 457. 09 56, 777,174. 44
50, 059, 279. 62
40. 466, 460. 55 15, 686, 671. (36 0,514,101.09
43: 570, 494.19
15, 032, 046. 26
9, 736, 747. 40 61, 345,193. 95
48, 911, 382. 93 15, 283, 437.17
7, 362, 590. 34 66, 012, 573. 64
39, 429, 603. 36 17, 292, 601. 44
6, 475, 999. 29 55, 429, 228. 06
42, 670, 578. 47 16, 021, 079. 67
6, 552, 494. 63 56,102, 267. 49
63, 404, 864. 03
34, 324,152. 74 13, 907, 887. 74
6,099,158.17
75, 029,101. 79
6,194.522.69
38, 561, 025. 85 15,141,126. 80
6, 2-49, 307. 87 80, 288, 508. 77
38, 522, 436.11 16, 926, 437. 65
6, 892, 207. 78 87, 624, 779.11
44, 435, 270. 85 21, 378, 809. 31
44, 582, 838. 08 22, 006, 206. 24: 6, 708,046. 67 106, 936, 855. 07
4.8, 720, 065. 01 26,-113,896.46
8, 527,469. 01 124, 415, 951. 40
46, 895, 456. 30 29,174,138. 98 11,150, 577. 67 134, 583, 052. 79
49,641,773.47
30,136, 084. 43 13, 345, 347. 27 159, 857. 557. 87
54, 567, 929. 85 31, 701, 298. 79 10, 293, 481. 52 141,177, 284. 96
51, 804, 759.13 28, 797, 795. 73
9, 939, 754. 21 141, 395, 228. 87
50, 830, 920. 89 27,147, 732. 38 12,165, 528. 28 139, 434, 000. 98

644, 323, 323. 85
51,110, 223. 72
53, 009, 867. 67
56, 474, 061. 53
53, 23-7, 461. 56
00,481,910.23
00, 984, 757.42
73i 328,110. 06
85,141, 593. 61
71. 070, 702. 98
73, 599, 661. 04
58, 926, 532. 53
58,177, 703.57
63, 741, 555.49
54,713, 529. 76
64, 416, 324. 71
57, 219, 750. 98
68, 678, 022. 21
70, 920, 433. 70
87, 494, 258. 38
74,106, 929. 85
85, 264, 825. 59
72, 952, 260. 80
80.664,064.26
81,403,256.49
110, 048,167. 49
99, 841,988. 61
103. 732, 799. 27
101, 9-43, 884. 07
93,279,730.14
87, 216, 234. 62

1,
5, 031, 604,180. 20 354, 555, 521. 68 321,365,929,11 2, 089, 837, 063. 97 854, 563, 932.19
2,

*Outst.andiug
The

NOTE. -This statement is made from -warrants 2}((' <^^ ^Y the Treasurer up to June 30, 1866.
^
'




REPORT. OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.
STATES I?ROM M A R C H 4, 1789, TO J U N E 30, 1896,

t
d
Y e a r . N ep eo rd iitn a rey .ex- P r e m i u m s .
n
ur s

1865 $1, 217, 704,199.28
385, 954, 731. 43
1866

Interest.

CXLI

ETC.—Continued.

Public debt.

Gross expenditures.

Balance in
Treasury at
t h e e n d of
tho year.

, 717, 900.11 $77, 895, 090.30 $609, 616,141. 68 51, 900, 433, 331. 37 $33, 933, 657.89
. 58,476.51 133,067,624.91 620; 263, 249. lOl 1,139,-344,081,95 165,301,654.76

, 152, 771, 550. 43 7, Oil, 003. 50
* 4, 481, 566. 24
1867
1868
1869
1870
1871
1872
1873
1874
1875
1876
1877
1878
1879
1880
1881
1882
1883
1884
1885
1886
1887
1888
1889
1890
1891
1892
1893
1894
1895
1896

502, 689, 519. 27'2, 374, 677,103.12 8, 037, 749,176. 38
*2,888.48|
* 100. 31 * 54, 484, 555. O;

611,003.56
1,157, 253,116.
202, 947, 733.
813, 349. 38
229, 915, 088.
001,151.04
190, 496, 354.
674, 680. 05!
164, 421, 507.
996, 555. 60i
157, 583,827.
016,794.74
153, 201, 856.
958, 266. 76j
180, 488, 636.
105, 919. 99
194, 118, 985.
395, 073. 55
171, 529, 848.
164, 857, 813.
144, 209, 963.
134, 463,452.
161, 619, 934.
169, 090, 062.
2, 79.5, 320. 421
177, 142, 897.
1, 061, 248. 78
186, 904, 232.
206, 248, 006.
189, 547, 865.
208, 840, 678.
191, 902, 992.
220, 190, 602.
214, 938, 951.
8,270,8'I2.46
240, 995,131,
17, 292, 362. 65
261, 637, 202, 55 20, 304, 224. 06
317, 825,-5-49.
10, 401, 220; 61
321, 645, 214
356, 213, 562,
839, 683, 874
325, 217, 268,
316, 794, 417,

502,692, 407. 75,2, 374, 677, 203. 43! 8, 042, 233, 731.41 160,817,099.73
143,781, 591.9li 735, 536, 980.11 1,093,079, 655. 27! 198,070,537:09
082. 87
140,424, 045.71 692, 549, 685. 88 I,-069, 889, 970. 74! 158, 930,
584, 777, 996.11 183, 781,
985.76
130, 694, 242. 80 261, 912, 718.31
702,907, 842. 88| 177, 004,
116.51
129,-235, 498. OOl 393, 254, 282.13!
691, 680, 858.90 138, 019,
122.15
125,576, 565.93 399, 503, 670. 65
682, 525, 270. 2l' 134, 066,
001.85
117,357, 839.72 405, 007, 307. 54
524, 044, 597.91 159, 293,
673.41
104,750, 688. 441 233, 699, 352. 58
724, 698, 933. 99| 178, 833,
339. 54
107,119, 815. 2l| 422, 065, 060.23
682, 000, 885.32 172, 804,
061. 32
103, 093, 544.57 407, 377, 492.48
714,446, 357. B9| 149, 909,
377. 21
100, 243, 271. 23 449, 345, 272. 80
645.88
97,124, 511. 58 323, 965, 424. 051 565, 299, 898.91 214, 887,
102, 500, 874. 65 353, 676, 944.
590,641, 271. 70! 286,591,453. 88
105,-327, 949.GO 699, 445, 809.16|
966, 393, 692. 69 386, 832,
588.65
•95,-757, 575.-11 432, 590, 280.41
700,-233, 238.19 231. 940,
064. 44
82,508, 741.18 165,152, 335. 05
425, 865, 222. 64 280,607. 668.37
71, 077, 2G6.79 271,646, 299. 55
529, 627, 739.12 275, 450,
903.53 •
59,160, 131. 25! 590, 083, 829. 96! 855,491, 967. 50 374,189, 081.98
54, 578, 378. 48! 260, 520, 690.50
504, 646, 934. 83 424,941,403. 07
51, 386, 256. 47l 211,760, 853.43
471,987, 288. 54 521, 794,
026.26
50, 580, 145. 9^ 205, 216, 709.361 447, 699, 847. 86 526, 848,
755. 46
47,741, 577. 25| 271, 901, 321.15
539, 833, 501.12 512,851,434. 36
249, 760, 258. 05! 517, 685, 059.18 659, 449,
44, 715. 007.47
099. 94
41, 001, 484. 29 318, 922, 412. 35
618,211, 390. 60 673, 399,
118.18
36, 099, 284.05 812, 206, 367. 50! 630, 247, 078.16 691,527,403.76
37, 547, 135.-37 365; 352, 470. 87
332. 60
338, 995, 958. 98! 731,126, 376. 22 726, 222,
23, 878, 116.23
684, 019, 289. 56 778, 604,
339. 28
27, 264, 392.18 389, 530, 044.50
773, 007, 998. 99! 738, 467,
555.07
•831,383, 272. 95
27, 841, 405;64
698, 908, 552. 78!763, 565,
540.75
30, 978, 030.21 354,276, 858.93
710, 472, 157. 22 773, 610,
008.76
396,190, 023.35
35.385, 028.-93
748, 369, 469. 43 846, 093,
349. 62

* 4, 484, 555. 03

13, 651, 926, 627. 21 125,698,013.65 2, 826,922, 743. 37| 13,617,506,691.14 28, 222, 054, 075. 37

warrants,
outstanding warrants are then added, and the statement is by warrants issued from that date.




ICXUI . REPORT O F T H E

SECRETARY. O P :THE

TREASURY:.

T A B L E P . — S T A T E M E N T OF T H E RE.CEIPTS AND D I S B U R S E M E N T S BIT U N I T E D .STATES
ASSISTANT T R E A S U R E R S DURING THE F I S C A L YEAR E N D E D J U N E 30,
1896.
EALTIMOEE.
B a l a n c e . J u n e 30,1895

$9,252,144. 47
RECEIPTS.

0 n a c c o u n t of c u s t o m s
...,•......,
........
On a c c o u n t of i n t e r n a l r e v e n u e
"
,
•............'.,.
O n a c c o u n t of c e r t i t i c a t e s of d e p o s i t , a c t ;of . J u n e ; 8 , 1872
:.
' O n . a c c o u n t of semiaainual . d u t y
-..."...."....'..
. . . . -'."
O n . a c c o u n t of Post-Office D e p a r t m e n t
•On a c c o u n t of t r a n s f e r s , T r e a s u r e r ' : s . : g e n e r a l a c c o u n t :
•On a c c o u n t - o f • d i s b u r s i n g officers — . . . , :
"...'.
O n . a c c o . u n t e f t h e ^Secretary-of t i i e T r e a s u r y
On . a c c o u n t of t r a n s f e r a c c o u n t - o f T r e a s u r e r U n i t e d 'States
lOn a c c o u n t of U n i t e d .States 4 p e r c e n t ibonds
,.
;0n a c c o u n t o f •a?epayine.nts
....
,.
...
O n a c c o u n t ;of redem.ption a n d e x c h a n g e
,
On a c c o u n t ,of miseelia^ne.ous

.$2, 910,•,G84..83
-4, 402.11
3,-600.-.00
20,'344.39
.1, 2.08, ;594. :20
10,786,437.93
4, .451,805. 35
1,•200,75
:2, 563, i64.:59
;617,521. 30
.7,9,, 080.66
7, 74.0, •584.74
.4,405.42
33, 994,432.27
43, 246, :576. 74

•DI3B-UE3-EMaSNTS.

O n a c c o u n t of Treasuryxlinafts
..
............
'On a c c o u n t of i n t e r e s t . .
...........
'On a c c o u n t ; o f ;r.edemption'aaid excliaaige
,.
O n a c c o u n t ^of jgold certificates, :series 1888...
vOn accouut;o±' itrans-fers
•Dn aeconnt'O-f tilie.Secretary of th.o T r e a s u r y
.
'On :acco;unt of certificates .of deposit., .act of J u n o ;8,1872
O n :account of Post-Office idrafts
•On :accoun1; of (dis-burs;i.Dg^officei.s
....—
•On.account lof triansfe'r^acoount of .TxGas;u.Ter U n i t e d • S t a t e a . .

5,162,283.-51
-518,137v04
7,747,884.74
165,O00.;OO
8, .379., 354.100
4,210.;OQ
3,41Q,»OO0.«O

1,202,222.79
4, 407, 634. OS

1,,942,:95.1.48
c32, 939, 677.04

B a l a n c e J u n e ao, 1896,

...

10,300,-899.10

BOSTON.
Balaoice Jiunie m , 1 8 9 5 . . .

On
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
On

account
account
account
account
account
account
account
account
account
account
account
account
account
account

:$12,309, 008.00

of -customs
......-.of s t a n d a r d d o l l a r s
:
of certificates of-deposit, a c t of J u n e 8., 1872
of s e m i a n n u a l d u t y
of Post-Offico D e p a r t m e n t
of p a t e n t fees
of t r a n s f e r s , T r e a s u r e r ' s g e n e r a l a c c o u n t
of d i s b u r s i n g officers
of t h e S e c r e t a r y of t h e T r e a s u r y
of t r a n s f e r a c c o u n t of T r e a s u r e r U n i t e d S t a t e s
of l o a n of 1925, p r i n c i p a l , p r e m i u m , a n d i n t e r e s t
of r e p a y m e n t s
of r e d e m p t i o n a n d e x c h a n g e
of m i s c e l l a n e o u s
."

.

$12, 300, •042.-46
2, 254, 500.00
0,, 000, 00.0.00
158,'538.'90
3, 023, 867.36
6,181.45
24, 642, 693.3G
20,145, 081. 90
|
o' g^n 27
12, 337, 378. 58
5,589, 711. 51
234, 901.18
13,106, 529.67
6, 277, 634.42
106, 742, 841.06
119,112, 449.12

DISBUESEMENTS.

On
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
On
On

account
account
account
account
account
account
account
account
account
account

of T r e a s u r y d r a f t s
;
of i n t e r e s t
of r e d e m p t i o n a n d e x c h a n g e
of t r a n s f e r s
of certificates of deposit, a c t of J u n e 8,1872.
of Post-Office d r a f t s
of d i s b u r s i n g officers
of S e c r e t a r y of T r e a s u r j ' - .
of t r a n s f e r a c c o u n t of T r e a s u r e r of U n i t e d S t a t e s
of m i s c e l l a n e o u s

B a l a n c e J u n e 30,1890




-..
|

19,117, 259.48
3, 385,030. 93
13,079, 009. 67
27,070,138.11
6, 245,000.00
3, 551, 017.10
20, 033,755.04
g' ggg Hj
13, 080, 355.09
5, 252,43
^

105, 575, 547. 67
13, 356, 901. 45

E E P O R T OF .THE BECBETARY OF T H E TREASURY.^

CXLIII

T A B L E P . — R E C E I P T S AND D I S B U R S E M E N T S , ETC.—Coiitinue.d.
CHIGAGO.
Balance Juno 29, 1895

$18,308,129. 30
a

On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of

EECEirTS.

customs
r
internal revenue
sales of public lands
certificates of deposit, act of Juno 8,1872
semiannual duty
Post-Office Department
patent fees
transfers, T\-easurer's general account
disbursing officers
assay office, standards
the Secretary of the Treasuiy
repayments
redemption and exchange
miscellaneous

1.

$7, 047,423. 88
150,292. 24
9,129.69
2, 500, 000. 00
31, 849.05
9, 000,, 030.01
8, 568.00
82,194,592.06
35,118, 352. 99
5, 797, 000. 00
9,897.71
577, 290. 94
7, 590, 393. 37
496, 727. G
O

150,652,549.04
168, 960, 678. 40

DISBURSEMENTS.

On account of Treasury drafts.
On account of interest
On accoun*-, of redemption and exchange.
On accountof gold certificates
On accountof transfers
On account of United States notes mutilated
On account of certificates of deposit, act of Juno 8, 1872
.
On account of Post-Offico drafts
On accouut of disbursing officers
On account of assay office, gold certificates, series 1888
On account of assay office, Secretary of tho Treasury
On account of fractional currency (silver and minor coins), silver
exchanges

34, 685, 362. 49
564, 319. 94
8, 800, 000,00
776, 000. 00
45, 599, 409. 35
5, 700,000.00
2, 830, 000. G
O
8,900,147. 36
35,428, 051.24
510, 000.00
9, 774.25
7, 014,043.37

Balance June 30,1890

151,477,708.00
17,482, 910. 40

CI:N"€IKFATI.
Balance J u n e 30, 1895...

$5,-275,582.00
liECEIPTS.

On account of
On account of
On accoun t of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On accountof
On account of
On accountof
On account of
On account of

customs
internal revenue
...
.
gold coin for b o n d s . . . .
certificates of deposit, act of Juno 8,1872
semiannual duty
—
Post-Office Department
patent fees.
transfers, Treasurer's general account
disbursing officers
the Secretary of the Treasury
transfer account of Treasurer United States
repayments
redemption and exchange.
miscellaneous......
,

-

$1,871,707.02
3,925.20
797, 503. 85
330, O O 00
G.
27,9.14; 74
3,296, 800.14
475. 00
19,945,010.60
7,439, 202. 21
1, 826.80
1,790, 554. 97
33, 089.99
4,098, 298.39
52, 700. 07
9,007,114.98
44, 942, 696. 98

DISBURSEMENTS.

On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of

Treasury drafts
interest
redemption and exchange
gold certificates
transfers
United States notes mutilated
certificates of deposit, act of J u n e 8,1872
Post-Office drafts
disbursing officers
tra.nsfer account of Treasurer United States
miscellaneoua

Balance June 30,1896.




7, 692, 038.-17
000, 587.71
4,104, 023.39
96,000.00
12, 679, 364.40
2,211, 003.00
. 720, 000.00
3,265,145.12
7, 324,129. 28
1,050,763.36
300. 00.

39, 743, 754.43
5,198, 942. 55

CXLIV

REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.
T A B L E P . — R E C E I P T S AND DISBURSEMENTS, ETC.—Continued.
L^EW OliLEANS.

Balance June 30,1895

$13, 309,251.06
RECEIPTS.

On account of
On account of
Ou account of
On accountof
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On accountof
Ou account of
Ou account of
On account of
On account of
On account of

.

customs
internal revenue
sales of public lands
semiannual duty
Post-Oifice Department
patent fees
transfers. Treasurer's general account
disbursing officers
assay office, bullion*
the Secretary of the Treasury
transfer account of Treasurer United States
4 per cent bonds, 1925
,
repayments
redemption and exchan ge
miscellaneous

$2,491,435.53
1, 496, 990.13
51, 298.45
11, 525.89
3, 447, 927. 60
60.00
23, 547, 357. 32
5, 070, 890. 04
1, 026. 50
4,407.77
3, 292, 486. 92
222, 651. 23
64, 481.46
4,175, 900. 00
50, 259. 68

39, 928,548.52
53, 237,799. 53

DISBURSEIMENTS.

On account
On account
On account
On account
On account
On account
On account
On account
On account
On account
On account
On account
On account

of
of
of
of
of
of
of
of
of
of
of
of
of

Secretary of Treasury
Treasury drafts
interest
redemption and exchange
gold certificates
transfers
United States notes mutilated
silver certificates mutilated
Post-Office drafts
disbursing officers
transfer account of Treasurer United States
national-bank notes
•..
Treasury notes, 1890, mutilated

:.

5, 240.87
5,167, 036. 79
123, 347.75
4,175,900.00
182, 000. 00
20, 264, 295. 50
941, 000.00
1, 990, 000. 00
3,453,229.47
4,781, 770. 59
3,158, 930.53
922, 000.00
745, 000. C
O
43,909,751.50

Balance June 30,1896

-

9, 328, 048. 08

N E W YOPvlv.
Balance June 29. 1895

~
:.

$172, 851, 765.92

RECEIPTS.

On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On .account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of

customs
internal revenue
standard silver dollars
gold certificates
certificates of deposit, act of June 8, 1872
semiannual duty
Post-Offico Department
patent fees
transfers. Treasurer's general account
disbursing officers
assay office, ordinary expenses
assay office, bullion
Secretary of the Treasury
transfer account of Treasurer United States
interest
,
special customs deposits
redemption and exchange
miscellaneous
United States bonds sold, loan of 1925

$110,908, 380.36
100, 301. 61
4, 272, 695.00
4, 855, 000.00
44, 055, 000. G
O
;
253. 597. 68
11, 693, 493. 26
-..
3, 043.15
252, 691, 903.64
145,,480, 659. 72
165, 020. 31
38,121,095.12
44, 643.70
83, 070, 414. 68
27, 512, 342.23
171, 696, 269.23
420,753, 320. 51
2, 837, 722.84
65, 696, 686.82
1,384,271,589.86
1,557,123,355.78

DISBURSEMENTS.

On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On accouut of

Treasury drafts
interest
redemption and exchange
gold certificates
United States notes mutilated
certific-ites of deposit, act of June 8,1872
Post-Office drafts
,'.
disbursing officers
assay office, ordinary expenses
assay office, bullion
transfer account of Treasurer United States....'
fractional currency redeemed




236, 783, 601. 07
27,512, 342.23
421,156, 732. 51
6,888, 720.00
40,174, 002.00
65, 060, 000.00
11, 426, 317.61
146, 081, 652.24
162, 582.94
38, 214,169.29
79, 535, 540.31
1, 046. G
O

R E P O R T OF T H E SECRETARY OF T H E TREASURY.

CXLV

TABLE P . — I ^ E C E I P T S AND DISBURSEMENTS, ETC.-—Continued.
N E W YOEK—Continued.
DISBURSEMENTS—continued.
On
On
On
On

account
account
account
account

of
of
of
of

special customs deposits
silver certificates mutilated
Treasury notes of 1890 mutilated
national-bank notes mutilated

,$171, 955, 662. 01
67, 649, 018. 00
37, 290, 000. 00
8,006,985.00
$1,357,898,371.21

Balance J u n e 30, 1896

199,224,984.57
PHILADELPHIA.

Balance June 30, 1895

.$19,857,167.52
RECEIPTS.

On account of customs
On account of certificates of deposit, act of June 8, 1872
On account of semiannual duty
On account of Post-Oflice Department
On account of patent fees
On account of transfers. Treasurer's general account
Ou account of disbursing officers
On account of the Secretary of the Treasury
On account of transfer account of Treasurer United States
On accountof suspense account
On account of redemption and exchange
On account of miscellaneous

,

$13, 392, 805. 08
14,100, 000. 00
95, 647.81
5, 609, 529. 78
1, 418. 35
43, 865, 621.15
20, 478, 869.72
20,176.50
8,046, 479. 54
1, 067. 67
27, 086,115. 69
1, 659, 956. 37
134,357,687.10
153, 714,854.68

DISBURSEMENTS.

On account of Treasury drafts. . . . . . . i.»
On account of interest
On account of redemption and exchange
On account of transfers
On account of certificates of deposit, act of June 8, 1872
On account of Post-Office drafts.
Ou account of disbursing officers
On account cf Secretary of the Treasury, bullion
On account of transfer account of Treasurer United States
On account of suspense account
On account of miscellaneoua

39, 333,014. 61
1, 938, 296. 50
27,101, 785, 69
31, 400, 548. 05
15, 350, 000. 00
5, 356, 391.25
20, 371, 024.74
6, 424. 55
13,801,096.85
1, 055.17
2,135.92
134,661,773.33

Balance J u n e 30, 1896

19, 053,081. 35
ST. LOUIS.

Balance June 30, 1805

23, 221,92L 77
R E C E I f TS.

On account
On account
On account
On account
On account
On account
On account
On account
On account
On account
On account
On account
On account
On account
On account
On account
On account

of
of
of
of
of
of
of
of
of
of
of
of
of
of
of
of
of

customs
internal revenue
sales of public lands
certificates of deposit, act of June 8,1872
semiannual duty
Post-Office Department
patent fees
transfers. Treasurer's general account
disbursing officers
assay office, ordinary expenses
assay office, bullion
the Secretary of the Treasury
transfer account of Treasurer United States
bonds .,
repa.yments
redemption and exchange
miscellaneous."....,

:

$1, 869, 952.15
92, 906.17
40, 649. 51
2,105, 000. 00
13, 303.87
4,098, 090. 32
1, 672. 33
47, 099, 453.17
27,153, 962. 33
5,417.59
125, 000.00
11, 314.59
2, 338,424.06
469, 739.79
129,527. 36
9,129, 478..80
183, 479. 84

94, 867, 369.83
118,089,291.65

DISBURSEMENTS.

On account
On account
On account
On account
On account
Ou account

of
of
of
of
of
of

Treasury drafts
interest
redemption and exchange
transfers
United States notes mutilated
certificates of deposit, act of Juno 8, 1872

FI 96——X




23, 50-4, 276.17
258, 236.12
9,179, 093. 80
15, 424, 576.79
9,113, 000.00
2, 480, 000.00

CXLYI

R E P O R T OF T H E SECRETARY OF T H E TREASURY.
T A B L E P . — R E C E I P T S AJS^D DISBURSEMENTS, ETC.—Continued.
ST. LOUIS—Continued.
DJSB URSEM E N.TS—COU t i n u C d .

On account of
On account of
On accountof
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of

Post-Office- drafts
disbursing officers
assay office, ordinary expenses
assay office, bullion
transfer account of Treasurer United States
Secretary of the Treasury
miscellaneous
'.
• -

$4,120, 375., 17
27,125, 224. 22
5, 814. 32
103, 768.70
2,092, 823. 45
10, 256. 95
16, 674. 38
$93,433,620.13

Balance June 30,1896

24, 655, 671. 52
SAN EEANCISCO.

Balance J u n e 30, 1895

$42, 800, 058. 43
RECEIPTS.

On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of

customs ..-.
internal revenue
sales; of public lands
Post-Office Department,
traiisfers, fractional coins
transfers, standard dollars„.:...:
patent fees
disbursing officers
the purchase of 4 iDer cent bonds, 1925
semiannual duty
the Secretary of the Treasury
Treasurer, -general account
Treasurer, transfer account
miscellaneous

$6, 427, 798. 93
323,185.92
208, 680.43
1, 330,. 830.15
1, 023,118.00
1, 619, 500. 00
7, 341. 05
12, 607,308.46
3, 834, 682. 28
2, 553.54
9, 024.80
14, 608, 965. 00
659, 003. 32
420, 587. 27

—

43,082,579.21
85,882,637.64
DISBURSEMENTS.

On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On.account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On account of
On-accountof
On account of

Treasury drafts
:
PostrOffice drafts
disbursing officers
shipment of standard silver dollars
fractional silver.
:
interest
redemption and exchange
gold certificates (1888 redeemed)
Treasurer, transfer account.
Secretary of the Treasury
United States notes mutilated
I'reasury notes mutilated, 1890
silver certificates mutilated
miscellaneous
,,

Balance J u n e 30, 1896




-

13,436,119. 26
1, 279, 999: 22
12, 650, 068.98
1,593, 500.00
1, 009, 268. O
O
470, 687. 99
10, 882, 243. 85
115, 000. 00
22, 365.13
13, 272. 26
15, 000. 00
13, 000.00
12,000.00
1,765, 000. 00

43, 277, 524. 69
42, 605,112. 95

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Arapahoes.
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Chickasaws
Fulfilling treaties
with Chippewas
of the jyLississippi.
Chocta'ws

Thirty installments, provided to be expended
under the tenth article treaty of Oct 21,
1867.
Purchase of clothing..... ^
Pay of carpenter, farmer, blacksmith, miller,
and engineer.
Pay of physician and teacher
Thirty installments, provided to be expended
under tenth article treaty of Oct 28, 1867.
Purchase of clothing, same article
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Pay of physician, carpenter, farmer, black-:
smith, miller, engineer, and teacher.
Interest on $1,000,000 at 5 per cent per annum.

One installment, unappropriated,
at $30,000.'

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Provisions for smiths, etc .

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$10, 000. 00
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1867.
Fourteenth article treaty of Oct. Yol.l5,p.585,§14.
4, 500.00
21, 1867.
-...do
2, 500. 00
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One installment, unappropriated, Vol.l5,p.596,§10.
at $20,000.
do
10, 000. 00
6, 500. 00
Yol.l5,p.597,§13.
Agreement approved Mar. 3,1891,
26 Stats., 1025.

Permanent annuity in goods
,
Ten installments of annuity, due, $1,000 each. Six installments due.
Permanent annuities.

Yol.l5,p.584,§10:

Second article treaty of Nov. 16,
1895, $3,000; thirteenth article
treaty of Oct 18. 1820, $600;
second article treaty of Jan. 20,
1825, $6,000.
Sixth article treaty of Oct. 18,
3820; ninth article treaty of
Jan. 20,1825.

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Vol. 9, p.904,art.
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3, 000. 00

Vol. 7, p. 99, §2;
vol.11, p. 614, §
13;vol.7,p.213,
§13; vol. 7. p.
235. §2.
Vol.7, p. 212, §6;
vol.7,p.236,§9;
vol.7,p.614,§13
Vol.ll,p.614,§13.

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Crows . .

F i f t e e n i n s t a l l m e n t s of $8,000 each, u n d e r T e n ' i n s t a l l m e n t s of $8,000 each, 26 S t a t s . , 1028.
6 t h a r t i c l e , a g r e e m e n t : of M a r . 26, 1887,
unappropriated.
ratified b y a c t of M a r . 3,1891.
Permanent annuities
, T r e a t y of A u g . 7,1790
V o l . 7, p . 36, § 4 do.
Vol. 7, p . 69,-^ 2 .
T r e a t y of J u n e 16,1802
-doT r e a t i e s of J a n . 24,1826. a n d A u g . V o l . 7 , p . 2 8 7 . . . .
• 7,1856.
Smiths, shops, etc
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Vol. 7, p . 287, § 8 .
T r e a t y of J a n . 24,1826
"Wheelwright, p e r m a n e n t
.•.. T r e a t v of J a n . 24,1826, a n d A u g . V o l . 7 , p . 287, 6 8;
vol.11,p.700,§57,1856.
A l l o w a n c e , d u r i n g t h e p l e a s u r e of t h e P r e s i - T r e a t y of F e b . 14,1833, a n d t r e a t y V o l . 7 , p . 4 1 9 , § 5 ;
d e n t , for b l a c k s m i t h s , a s s i s t a n t s , s h o p s , a n d
of A u g . 7,1856.
vol.ll,p.70G,§5.
tools, i r o n a n d steel, w a g o n m a k e r , e d u c a t i o n , a n d a s s i s t a n t s i n a g r i c u l t u r a l operations, etc.
I n t e r e s t on $200,000 h e l d i n t r u s t , s i x t h arti- T r e a t y of A u g . 7,1856.
Vol.11, p.7G0,§ 6.
cle t r e a t y A ^ . 7,1856.
I n t e r e s t on $275,168 h e l d i n t r u s t , t h i r d a r t i c l e E x p e n d e d u n d e r t h e d i r e c t i o n of Vol.14, p.786, § 3 ,
t r e a t y J u n e 14,1886, t o b e e x p e n d e d u n d e r
t h e S e c r e t a r y of t h e I n t e r i o r .
t h e d i r e c t i o n of t h e S e c r e t a r y o f t h e I n t e r i o r .
I n t e r e s t on $1,800,000 a t 5 p e r c e n t p e r a n n u m . A c t M a r . 1,1889
, 25 S t a t s . , 7 8 9 . . . ,
F o r s u p p l y i n g m a l e p e r s o n s o v e r 14 y e a r s T r e a t y of M a y 7, 1868; t h r e e i n - V o L l 5 , p . 6 5 1 , § 9 .
of a g e w i t h a s u i t of good, s u b s t a n t i a l
s t a l l m e n t s of $15,000 e a c h d u e ,
w o o l e n c l o t h i n g ; f e m a l e s o v e r 12 y e a r s of
estimated. .
a g e a flannel s k i r t o r g o o d s t o m a k e t h e
s a m e , a p a i r of woolen h o s e , calico a n d domestic, and boys and girls u n d e r t h e ages
n a m e d s u c h flannel a n d c o t t o n g o o d s a s
their necessities m a y require.
F o r p a y of p h y s i c i a n , c a r p e n t e r , miller, engi- T r e a t y of Ma^- 7,1868.
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3, 000. 00
20, 000. 00
1,110. 00
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12, 000. 00

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270.00
600. 00
1, 000. 00
2, 000. 00

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200, 000. 00

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275,168. 00

90,000. 00

1, 800, 000. 00

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B l a c k s m i t h i r o n a n d steel, a n d for s e e d s a n d
agricultural implem(mts.
T w e n t y - f i v e i n s t a l l m e n t s of $30,000 each, i n
c a s h or o t h e r w i s e , u n d e r t h e d i r e c t i o n of
the President.
. . . .
I n t e r e s t o n $57,500, b e i n g t h e b a l a n c e on
lowas
$157,500.
l o w a s i n O k l a h o m a . F i v e a n n u a l i n s t a l l m e n t s of $3,000; five ann u a l i n s t a l l m e n t s of $2,400;
five.annual
i n s t a l l m e n t s of $1,800; five a n n u a l i n s t a l l m e n t s of $1,200, t o b e paid, p e r c a p i t a .
I n d i a n s a t B l a c k - T e n i n s t a l l m e n t s of a n n u i t y a t $150,000 e a c h .
feet A g e n c y .
I n d i a n s a t F o r t T e n i n s t a l l m e n t s of a n n u i t y a t $115,000 e a c h .
Belknap Agency.
I n d i a n s a t F o r t T e n i n s t a l l m e n t s of a n n u i t y a t $165,000 e a c h .
Peck Agency.
I n d i a n s a t F o r t T w e n t y i n s t a l l m e n t s of a n n u i t y of $6,000
Hall Agency.
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T e n i n s t a l l m e n t s of $80,000 e a c h
due.

1, 500. 00

A c t « o f A p r . 11,
1882.

Indians at Fort
Berthold Agency
Kansas
Kickapoos
Molels
NezPerces
Northern
Cheyennes and Arapahoes.

Do
Do
C/sages
Do
•pawnees
Do
Do

T e n i n s t a l l m e n t s of $80,000 each, u n d e r direct i o n of t h e S e c r e t a r y of t h e I n t e r i o r .
I n t e r e s t o n $135,000, a t 5 p e r c e n t
I n t e r e s t on.$68,919.24, a t 5 p e r cent-.
P a y .of t e a c h e r t o m a n u a f - l a b o r s c h o o l a n d
s u b s i s t e n c e of p u p i l s , e t c .
S a l a r y of five m a t r o n s for schools, five a s s i s t a n t t e a c h e r s , f a r m e r , c a r p e n t e r , a n d five
millers.
T h i r t y i n s t a l l m e n t s for p u r c h a s e of c l o t h i n g ,
a s p e r s i x t h a r t i c l e of t r e a t y M a y 10,1868.

Subsistence a n d civilization, per a g r e e m e n t
of F e b . 28,1877.
, P a y of t w o t e a c h e r s , t w o c a r p e n t e r s , t w o
farmers, miller, blacksmith, engineer, and
physician.
I n t e r e s t o n $69,120, a t 5 p e r cent, for e d u c a tional purposes.
, I n t e r e s t on $300,000, a t 5 p e r c e n t , t o b e p a i d
s e m i a n n u a l l y , i n m o n e y or s u c h a r t i c l e s a s
t h e S e c r e t a r y of t h e I n t e r i o r m a y d i r e c t .
A n n u i t y goods a n d such articles as m a y be
necessary.
S u p p o r t ot t w o m a n u a l - l a b o r s c h o o l s a n d p a y
of t e a c h e r s .
F o r iron and steel a n d other necessary articles
for s h o p s , a n d p a y of t w o b l a c k s m i t h s , o n e
of w h o m i s t o be t i n a n d g u n s m i t h , a n d comp e n s a t i o n of t w o s t r i k e r s a n d a p p r e n t i c e s .




300, 000. 00

Vol.lG,p.l071,§9,
Twenty installments
i n first c o l u m n .

mentioned

One i n s t a l l m e n t d u e .
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2, 875.00

Vol.26,p.756,§7,

57, 500.00

24, 600. 00

Pi
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150, 000. 00

A c t of M a y 1,
1888.
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115, 000. 00

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A g r e e m e n t of
F e b . 23,1889.

72, 000. 00

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32, 000.00

Pirn

T r e a t y of D e c . 21,1855.

A c t of M a r . 3,
1891.
Vol. 9, p . 842, 6 2
V o l . 10, p . 1079 5 2
Vcl.l2,p.982,§2.

3, 000. 00

T r e a t y of J u n e 9,1863-.

Vol.l4,p.650, § 5 .

6, 000. 00

.do.
E x p e n d e d u n d e r t h e d i r e c t i o n of
t h e S e c r e t a r y of t h e I n t e r i o r ;
twelve installments due.
F o u r i n s t a l l m e n t s of .$80,000 e a c h
due.

6, 750. 00
3,445. 96

135,000.00
68, 919. 24

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T w o i n s t a l l m e n t s of $12,000 e a c h
due.
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Vol.l5,p.657,§6.

Estimated at .

V o l . 19; p . 2 5 6 . . .

75, 000.00

Estimated at .

Vol.l5,p.658, §7.

9, 000.00

P e s o l u t i o n of S e n a t e d a t e d J a n .
19,1838, t o t r e a t y of J a n . 2,1825.
T r e a t y of Sept. 29', 1865, A r t . 1

V o L 7 , p . 242, § 6 .

8, 456. 00

69,120. 00

V o l . 14,p.687, § 1

15, 000. 00

300,000.00

j Vol. ll,p.729, ^ 2 .

30, 000. 00

T r e a t y of S e p t 24,1857
do
E s t i m a t e d for i r o n a n d steel,
$500; t w o b l a c k s m i t h s , $1,200;
a n d t w o s t r i k e r s , $480.

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10, 000. 00

Vol. l l , p . 7 2 9 , § 4 .

2,180. 00

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Pottawatomies .
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Quapaws ,
Sacs and Foxes of
Mississippi.
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Sacs .and Foxes of
the Mississippi.
Sacs and Foxes of
Missouri.
Do
Seminoles

Farming utensils and stock, pay of farmer,
miller, and engineer, and compensation of
apprentices to assist in working in the mill
and keeping in repair grist and saw mill,
Amount to be expended during the pleasure
of the President for purpose of civilization.
Perm anent annuity in money
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do
do
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-.
Permanent provision for three blacksmiths
and as.sistants, iron and steel.

Estimated .

Permanent provision for famishing salt
,
Permanent provision for payment of money
iu lieu of tobacco, iron, and steel.
For interest on $230,064.20, at 5 per cent
For education, smith, farmer, and smith shop
during the pleasure of the President.
Permanent annuity.
,

J u l y 29, 1829
Sept. 29,1828; J u n e 5 and 17,1846.
J u n e 5 and 17, 1846
$1,000 for education; $500 for
smith, etc.
Treaty of Nov. 3,1804

Treaty of Mar, 12, 1868.

Vol.l2,p.998,§2.

Aug. 3,1795
Sept 30,1809
Oct 2, 1818
Sept 20, 1828
July 29, 1829
.--.
Oct 26,1826; Sept. 20, 1828; J u l y
29,1829.

Vol. 7, p. 51, §4.
Vol.7,p. 114, § 3 .
Vol. 7, p. 185, § 3 .
Vol. 7, p. 317, § 2 .
Vol 7, p. 830, § 2 .
Vol.7,p.296,§3;
vol.7,p.318,§2;
voL7,p.321.§2.
Vol.7,p. 320, § 2 .
Vol.7,p.318,§2;
vol.9,p.855,§10,
Vol. 9, p. 855, § 7 .
Vol. 7, p. 425, § 3 .

Treatyof Oct.21,1837-

For support of school
, T^eatyof Mar.6,1861..
Interest on $500,000, eighth article of treaty $25,000 annual annuity.
of Aug. 7,1856.




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Interest on $200,000, at 5 per cent
, . , , . Treaty of Oct. 21, 1837Treaty of Oct. 21, 1842Interest on $800,000, at 5 per cent
,
Interest on $300,000, at 5 per cent per annum. A c t F e b . 13, 1891
Interest on $157,400, at 5 per cent

Vol. 12,p.730, sU.

2«53l

15,000,00

Kl
$357. 80
178. 90
894. 50
715. 60
5,724. 77
1, 008. 99

$7,156.00
3, 578. 00
17, 890. 00
14,312.00
114,495.20
20,179.80

156.54
107. 34

3,130.80
2,146.80

11, 503.21
1, 500.00

Vol.7,p.85, § 3 .
Vol. 7, p. 541, § 2
Vol. 7, p. 596, § 2
26 Stats.-, 758....

10, 000. 00
40, 000.00
15, 000. 00

Vol. 7, p. 543, §2
Vol.l2,p.ll72,§5.
Vol.11, p.702, §8.

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7, 870. 00
200.

200, 000. 00
800, 000. 00
300, 000.00
157,400.00

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Support of schools, etc
25 Stats., p. 1004.
Mar. 2 1889
Sept.-29,1817,.and Sept 17,1818 . . . . Vol.7,p. 161, §4;
vol.7,p.179, H .
Vol 7 p 849 § 4
Do
, Smith and smith shop and miller, permanent Feb 28 1821
Vol.7,p.l79,and
Permanent annuity
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, Sept 17,1818, and Feb. 23,1867
Do
vol.15, p. 515.
Feb. 19,1831
Vol 4, p. 442
Senecas of N. Y . . . Permanent annuities
Act of June 27,1846
Vol. 9, p. 35, § 2 . Interest on $75,0u0, at 5 per cent
Do
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. . . .
Vol 9 p. 85 § 8
Interest on $43,050, transferred from the OnDo
tario Bank to the 'United States Treasury.
Treaty of Sept 1 7 , 1 8 1 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . Vol. 7, p. 179, §-4. ]
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Eastern Shawnees Permanent annuity
Vol. 15.p. 515....
Treaty of Feb. 23, i867
Vol. 7, p. 352, § 4. I
Support of smith and smith shops.
^ Treaty of J u l y 20 1831
530.00
Do
Treaty of Feb. 23', 1867
Vol. 15, p. 515....
S h o s h o n e s and
Bannocks:
For the purchase of clothing for men, women, Three installments due, estimated Vol.l5,p.676,§9.
Shoshones
at $10,000 each.
and children, thirty installments.
Vol.l5,p.676,§10.
5, 000. 00
For pay of physicians, carpenter, teacher, Estimated
Do
engineer, farmer, and blacksmith.
VoL15,p.676,§3:
Blacksmith, and for iron and steel for shops.
1,000.00
Do....
VoL15,p.676,^9.
Bannocks
, For the purchase of clothing for men, women,
at $5,000 each.
and children, thirty installments.
Vol.l5,p.676,§l6.
Pay of physician, carpenter, niiller, teacher, Estimated
5, 000. 00
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engineer, farmer, and blacksmith.
Vol. 7, p. 46, § 6..
, Treaty Nov. 11,1794
Six Nations of N . T Permanent annuities in clothing, etc.
Ten installments of annuity; first year, Five installments of $5,000 each Vol. 27, p. 139
Spokanes
due. Act July 13, 1892.
$30,000; second, $20,000, and for eight
years, $5,000.
Sioux of different Purchase of clothing for men, women, and Three installments of $130,000 Vol 15 p 638 §10
each due; estimated.
tribes, including
children.
San tee Sioux of
Nebraska.
2,000.00
do
Estimated
Do..
, Blacksmith, and for iron and steel
do
For such articles as may be considered neces- Three installments of $150,000
Do.-..
sary by the Secretary of the Interior for
each due; estimated.
persons engaged in agriculture.
Do
Physician, fi\e teachers, carpenter, miller,
Vol.l5,p.63S,§13. 10,400. 00
engineer, farmer, and blacksmith.
Vol.l9,p.256,§5. 1,000,000.00
Do
Purchase of rations, etc., as per article 5, .- .do
agreement of Sept. 26, 1876.
Do
---.. Interest on $3,000,000 at 5 per cent, section 17,
..do
act Mar. 2, 1889, 25 Stats., 895.
Sisseton and "Wah- Thirteen installments of $18,400 each, as per Four installments of $18,400 each Vol. 26, p. 1037,
third article of aijreeraent, dated Sept. 12,
due.
§3.
peton Indians.
1889, ratified by act of Mar. 3, 1891.
720. 00
Tabequache band Pay of blacksmith
Estimated
Vol.l3,p.675,§10.
of Utesi
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Senecas

, Interest on $70,000, at 5 per cent
, Interest on $1,500,000, at 5 per cent per annum
Permanent annuity




3, 500. 00
75, 000. 00
1,000.00
1, 660.00
500. 00

33. 200. 00
10, 000. 00

6, 000. 00
3, 750. 00
2,152. 50

120, 000.00
75,000. no
43, 050.00

500. 00

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70, 000. 00
1,500, 000. 00
20, 000. G
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90, 000.00

25, 000. 00

o

390, 000. 00

PI

450, 000. 00
•

150, 000.00

3, 000,000.00

d
Pi

73, 600. 00

a

TABLE

Q . — S T A T E M E N T S H O W I N G T H E P R E S E N T L I A B I L I T I E S O F T H E U N I T E D S T A T E S TO INTJIAN T R I B E S ,

o

ETC.—Continued.

1
1
g|

si
So

Amount held in trust by the
United States on which 5
l^er cent is annually paid
and amounts Avhich, invested at 5 per cent, produce
permanent annuities.

Reference to
Number of installments yet unap- laws, Statutes at
propriated, explanations, etc.
Large.

Description of annuities, etc.

Aggregate of future appropriations that will be required
during a limited number of
years to pay limited annuities incidentally necessary
to effect payment.

Names of treaties.

Annual amount necessary to
meet stipulations indehnite
as to time now allowed, but
liable to be discontinued.

p"

h

pi
Pi
hi
O

O

Pi
Vol.l5,p.627,§9.

Tabequache, Mua- For iron and steel and necessary tools for
blacksmith shop.
che. Capote, Weeminnche,Yampa,
Grand Eiver, and
IJinta bands of
Utes.
Do. .
Two carpenters, two millers, two farmers,
one blacksmith, and two teachers.
Do
Thirty installments of $30,000 each, to be expended under the direction of the Secretary
of the Interior for clothing, blankets, etc.. .
Do
Annual amount to be expended under the
direction of the Secretary of the Interior
in supplying said Indians with beef, mutton, wheat, Ifour, beans, etc.
Winnebagoes
Interest on $804,909.17, at 5 per cent per
annum.
Interest on $78,340.41, at 5 p e r c e n t per anDo . .
num, to be expended under the direction
of the Secretary of the Interior.
Twenty installments of $15,000 each, fourth
Sioux.
series, to be paid to them or expended for
their benefit.
Total




$220.00

Ul

W

o

clo
Two installments, each $30,000,
due.

Vol.15, p.622,§15.

Nov. 1, 1837, and Senate amendment, J u l y 17,1862.
July 15,1870

!

Pi

$60,000, 00

O

30, 000.00

$40, 245. 45 .

Vol. 7, p. 546, §4;
vol.l2,p.628,§4.
Vol 16, p. 355, §1-

Twelve installments of $15,000
each due.

.

7,800.00

Vol.l5,p.622,§ll.
Vol.l5,p.622,§12.

Pi
Pi

Vol. 11,15.744, §4.

3,917.02

.$804,909.17
78,340.41

180, 000. 00

Pi
Pi
Ul

d
Pi
1,233,160.00

2,-515; 200. 00 681, 785. 87 12, 275, 817. 74

EEPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.

CLHI

T A B L E R . — S T A T E M E N T OF U N I T E D S T A T E S B O N D S AND
O T H E R OBLIGATIONS
R E C E I V E D AND I S S U E D B Y T H E O F F I C E OF T H E SECRETARY O F ' T H E TREASURY
FROM N O V E M B E R 1, 1895, TO OCTOBER 31^ 1896.

T i t l e of l o a n .

S i x p e r c e n t b o n d s of 1881 ( a c t of M a r . 3,1863).
G o l d c e r t i f i c a t e s ( a c t of M a r . 3,1863)
G o l d certificates, s e r i e s of 1888
B o n d s i s s u e d t o Pacific r a i l r o a d s ( a c t s of J u l y
1, 1862, a n d J u l y 2 , 1864)
T e n - f o r t y b o n d s of 1864 ( a c t of M a r . 3 , 1 8 6 4 ) . . .
S i x p e r c e n t b o n d s (act of M a r . 3,1865), M . & N .
Consols of 1865 (act of M a r . 3,1865)
C o n s o l s of 1867 ( a c t of M a r . 3,1865)
C o n s o l s of 1868 ( a c t of M a r . 3,1865)
F u n d e d l o a n of 1881, 5 p e r c e n t ( a c t s of J u l y
14, 1870, a n d J a n . 20,1871)
F u n d e d l o a n of 1907, 4 p e r c e n t ( a c t s of J u l y
14, 1870, a n d J a n . 20,1871)
F u n d e d l o a n of 1891, 4^ p e r c e n t ( a c t s of J u l y
14,1870, a n d J a n . 20,1871)
T h r e e a n d one-half p e r c e n t b o n d s ( a c t s J u l y
17 a n d A u g . 5,1861
C e r t i f i c a t e s of d e p o s i t ( a c t of J u n e 8,1872)
T h r e e p e r c e n t b o n d s (act of J u l y 12,1882)
F u n d e d loan of 1891, c o n t i n u e d a t 2 p e r c e n t . . .
F i v e p e r c e n t l o a n of 1904 (act of J a n . 14,1875).
F o u r p e r c e n t l o a n of 1925 (act of J a n . 14,1875).
Total




B e c c i v e d for
e x c h a n g e a n d E e c e i v e d for
redemption.
transier.

Issued.

$500
42, 520
5, 610, 000
$13,367,000

$500
42, 520
5, 610, 000

8, 608, 000 $13, 367, 000
4,.650
2,300
1, 900
15, 500
300
, 3, 200

47, 939, 750
36,700

95, 883, 050
36,700

2, 095, 800
22, 076,450
157,043,600

2, 095, 800
22, 076, 450
57, 048, 600
142,522, 600

35, 342,000
4,650
2,300
1,900
15,500
300
3, 200

47,943,300

2,000
91, 765, 000
• 3,100

Total.

106, 095, 670

2,000
160, 005, 000
3,100
4,191, 600
44,152,900
214, 087, 200

310,766,150

559, 384, 420

68, 240, 000

CLIV

REPORT, OF THE,SECRETARY OF THE_^TREASURY.:

TABLE ~ S.—PENAL DUTIES

!^EMITTED B Y

THE

•SECRETARY OF T H E

TREASURY

SINCE J A N U A R Y 1, 189.6, UNDER SECTIONS 5292 AND 5293, R E V I S E D STATUTES,'
' A S A M E N D E D B Y S E C T I O N S 1 7 , 1 8 , A N D 1 9 OF T H E A C T O F J U N E 2 2 , 1 8 7 4 .
N E W YOPvK.
[ R e m i s s i o n s o n s u g a r s n o t i n c l u d e d , t h e c o u r t s ]:ia,Adng decided t h a t jjenal d u t i e s do n o t a c c r u e on
s u g a r s invoiced conditionally.]
Articles.
Toilet articles, etc
W o r s t e d cloth
Umbrella sticks
'
Stereotype plates
:.
Crystal carbonate
Linens
'.--Chestnuts
Cartridge shells
Oranges
....:..-Decorated china
E m p t y bottles
Silk shoe laces
,
China
--.
W o r s t e d dress goods
Oranges
Hams
:
Brandied cherries
Cherries in brandy
Cartridges
Camphor-..
Crash
—
Glue
Oranges
Do....
Grapes in barrels
Do
Do
Cutlery
Desiccated cocoanut
Steel t u b e s
Musical instruments
Mother-of-pearl rosaries.
Cotton cloth
Woolen cloths
Olives
Furniture
Pocketbooks
Woolens
,
Metallic cement
Vel v e t e e n b i n d i n g
C o d - l i v e r oil
M a n u f a c t u r e s of s i l k —
Oranges
Tape
Blinds
Lily-of-the-valley p i p s . .
Anchovies
Woolen goods
Steel
Stereotype plates
Kazors'.
C h e s t n u t flour
Hosiery..
.Electroplates
Handkerchiefs
Oranges
Cotton yarn
Precious stones
,
Asphalt
Metal thread
Grapes
H e n r i e t t a cloth
Worsted linings
D r e s s goods
Glass and bronzes
Coooanuts
C a s k s of p e p p e r s
Stereotype plates
Olives. 1
Umbrella silk
Do
Do




Date.
J a n . 3,1896
J a n . 16.1896
J a n . 31,1896
do
F e b . 6,1896
F e b . 11,1896
F e b . 12,1896
do .
F e b . 26,1896
do.

Feb.
Mar,
Mar.
Mar.
Mar.

29,1896
3,1896
17,1896
17,1896
18,1896

do
M a r . 24,1896
do
do
do
M a r . 28,1896
do . . . . . .
A p r . 1,1896
do......
A p r . 4,1896
do
do
do
A p r . 15,1896
doA p r . 22,189&
do
do
A p r . 24.1896
A p r . 27,1896
A p r . 29,1896
M a y 4,1896
M a v 6,1896
.....do
M a y 8, 1896
M a y 9,1896
M a y 11,1896
do
do
do
M a y 12,1896
M a y 15,1896
M a y 16,1896
do
do
M a y 19,1896
do
do
M a y 21,1896
M a y 22,1896
M a y 23,1896
do
M a y 29,1896
J u n o 1, 1896
J u n e 2,1896
J u n e 3,1896
J u n e 13,1896
do
J u n e 20,1896
J u n e 24,1896
J u n o 25, 1896
J u n o 26, 1896
J u n o 27,1896
J u n e 30,1896
do
do
do =

$127. 28
128. 52
54. 60
292.48.
1, 811. 70
• 229. 76
168. 82
46. 50
58. OS
83.04
59.52
172. 60
147. 08
12. 24
131. 56
345. 32
346. 50
749. 40
25.74
3, 954. 62
146. 76
587. 38
83. 001.44
51.84
12.92
83.32
507. 78
572.24
984. 48 •
726. 66
704. 78
154. 70
582. 60
996. 80
288.00
411.20
94.12
724.14
269. 98
558. 36
156.42
234. 08
47.00
82.16
151. 20
308.00
947. 08
90.00
67.80
13. 86
56.00
175. 46
129. 00
407. 96
40.48
25.80
588.04
18, 751. G
O
42. 96
5, 535. 30
422.04
155. 04
r^'i. 26
217. 20
126. 36
164. 28
44. 66
260.40
461.36
906. 64
155. 94

REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.

CLV.

T A B L E S . — P E N A L D U T I E S . R E M I T T E D B Y THE SECRETARY OF T H E TREASURY SINCE
J A N U A R Y 1, 1896, UNDER SECTIONS 5292 AND 5293, R E V I S E D STATUTES, E T C . —

Continued.
N E W YOPwK—Continued.
Articles.
Silks
Steel tubes
,
Silk wearing apparel
Condensed milk
Macaroni
,
Almeria grapes
Do
Do
Cod-liver oil
Nainsooks
Oranges
Manufactures of silk and cotton.
Woolen goods
Skins
Brass wire cloth
Cotton hosiery
Wool dress goods
Empty bottles
Woolens
.Wool serges
Grapes
Olives
Woolen goods
Microscopiclenses
Grapes
Clock
Macaroni
Chemical salts.
Sweetmeats
Wool dress goods
Looking-glass plates
Beveled plate glass
Silk and cotton goods
Surface-coated iDaper
Silks
Crash
Linen thread
=
Pineapx")les
Pencils
Cotton thread
Chloride of barium
Feathers
Opera glasses
Silk ribbons
- -.
Glassware
Haircloth
Do
Steel billets
GlassAvare
Razors
Heath brooms
Manufactures of cotton
Artificial flowers
Wood furniture
Propeller shaft
Vitrino cabinet
Cotton yarns
Firecrackers
Silk for ties
Linens
:
Pocketknives
Artichokes . :
Lin en h andkerohiefs
Toothbrushes
Book s
Bead trimmings
Total .




Dale.
J u n e 30,1896
July 1,.1896
'-do
July 2,1896
July 6,1896
July 7,1896
....'.do
do
J u l y 9,1896
J u l y 11,1896
July 14,1896
July 18,1896
J u l y 22,1896
J u l y 23, 1896
do
do
July 24,1896
do
J u l y 27,1890
July 28, 189.6.
do
July 29,1896
J u l y 30,1896
Aug. 1,1896
Aug. 4, 1896
do
do
do
Aug. 6,1896
Aug. 7,1896
Aug. 8,1896
Aug. 10,1896
Aug. 22,1896
do
do
Aug. 28,1896
Aug. 29,1896
Sept. 4,1896
do
Sept. 8,1896
. . . . do
Sept. 16,1896
Sept. 17, 1896
do
..
Sept. 21,1896
Sept. 23,1896
do
Oct 2,1896
. . . . do
Oct. 3,1896
do
Oct 6,1896
do
Oct. 12,1896
Oct 14,1896
.....do
Oct 20,1896
do
Oct 23,1896
Oct 24,1896
Oct 27, 1896
Oct. 28.1896
Oct 29,1896
Nov. 4,1896
do
Nov. 11,1896

$961. 36
147. 54
180. 30
23.00
32.40
525. 50
101. 32
789.40
1, 099. 20
17.76
20.16
644. 48
220. 48
223. 20
72.28
2L4. 96
803. 70
.109.92
957 92
807. 00
104. 72
2,422 76
1,141. 20
163. 84
11.22
114. 84
193. 42
841. 36
22.50
429. 26
1, 63650
95. 40
539. 06
215. 40
983 08
4, 619. 44
320 80
83 52
457 98
294 64
135 60
105 36
22 52
183. 70
179. 74
25 34
33. 84
589. 92
90.64
44 32
282 08
37 00
80 00
464. 32
734. 28
12.00
703. 84
211 94
248 66
1,273. 98
454 28
94 80
177. 74
1, 84252
177 12
846. 32
79, 528. 92

CLAa

REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.

T A B L E S . — P E N A L D U T I E S R E M I T T E D B Y T H E S E C R E T A R Y OF T H E T R E A S U R Y SINCE
J A N U A R Y 1, 1896, UNDER SECTIONS 5292 AND 5293, R E V I S E D STATUTES, E T C . —

Continued.
BALTIMORE, MD.
Articles.
Woolens
Do
Bicycle tubes
Total

Date.
A p r . 27,1896
J u l y 1,1896
do

.

Amount.
$6, 706. 62
1 340 26
886.62
8, 933.50

BOSTON, MASS.
Mushrooms
Harp
Worsted yarns
Old s i l v e r
Worsted yarns
Sample t r u n k s
Soup vegetables
X)ates
F r u i t boxes.
.
Druggets
...
Paper tubes
B o t a n y wool t o p s
Photographs
Crystal carbonate.... Propeller blades . . . . - P r u s a i a t e of p o t a s h . . .
Plii'shes
Machinery
T u b s of s o y
Soy
Cotton damask covers.
Vermicelli and books .
Costumes

J a n . 17,1896
J a n . 20,1896
do
M a r . 8,1896
M a r . 5,1896
M a y 18,1896
M a y 20,1896
J u n e 4,1896
J u n e 15,1896
J u n e 30,1896
J u l y 3,1896
J u l y 9,1896
J u l y 10,1896
do
J u l y 28,1896
J u l y 31,1896
A u g . 1,1896
A u g . 11,1896
S e p t . 17, 1896
Oct
2,1896
Oct. 6,1896
O c t 24,1896
N o v . 4,1896

Total.

$27. 72
137. 06
1,283.86
164. 76
403. 48
25.40
8.40
353.68
371.14
23.10
32.00
1, 324. 80
81.40
260. 50
818.76
982. 50
414.18
73.92
7.00
85.00
156. 80
9.26
114.96
- 6, 659. 68

B U F F A L O , N . Y.
Sheep and l a m b s . .
Apples
L a m b s and sheep .
Lambs
L a m b s and sheep .

.$56. 550. 43
97.90
50, 200. 41
652;31
5, 382. 48

Total.

112, 883. 58
CHICAGO, ILL.
M a y 11,1896
J u l y 3,1896
J u l y 23, 1896

Chemical salts.
Woolen g o o d s . .
Olive oil

$960. 00
165.36
85.68

A p r . 27,1896
M a y 15,1896

$61.60
•78. 24

Total.
DETROIT, MICH.
Apples
Embroidered laces.
Total




139. 84

REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.

CLVII

T A B L E S . — P E N A L D U T I E S R E M I T T E D B Y T H E S E C R E T A R Y OF THE T R E A S U R Y SINCE

J A N U A R Y 1, 1896,

UNDER

SECTIONS 5292 AND 5293, R E V I S E D STATUTES, E T C . —

Continued.
EAGLE PASS, TEX.
Articles.
Cattle
Do

Date.
M a y 23,1896
J u n e 30,1896

Total

Amount.
$318. 00
1 127 00
1 445 00

N E W ORLEANS, LA.
Dried asphaltum.

$49, 010. 00

Total

49, 016. 00
PHILADELPHIA, PA.

Cod-liver oil
H y p o s u l p h i t e of s o d a .
Do
Botany yarns
Hatbands
Gauges
Music

Feb.
Mar.
Apr.
Apr.
May
May
June

10,1896
14,1896
17,1896
22, 1896
20,1896
28,1896
3,1896

Total.

1,518.10
102. 58
116. 40
187. 00
201. 78
529. 20
35.00
2, 690. 06 .

RECAPITULATION.
Number
of c a s e s .

Port'
NewYork, N. Y
Baltimore, M d ..
Boston, M a s s . . .
Buff'alo,N.Y....
Chicago, 111
Detroit, Mich —
Eagle Pass, Tex.
N e w Orleans, L a
Philadeljjhia, P a

$79, 528. 92
8,933.50
6, 659. 68
112,883.58
1, 211. 04
139. 84
1, 445.00
49, 016. 00
2, 690. 06

Total

262, 507. 62

Merchandise.
T e x t i l e fabrics
Cattle
Fruits
"..
Asphaltum .. Cod-liver oil -C h i n a and glas
Miscellaneous
T o t a l -. -

Number
of c a s e s .

8
102

138
3
23
5
3
2
2
1
7

Amount
remitted.
$27, 207. 26
114, 230. 68
13, 905. 46
67, 767. 60
3,175.66
2,401.84
33, 819.12
262, 507. 02

N. B.—Tlio courts having decided t h a t penal duties do not accrue on importations
of sugars invoiced conditionally, remissions on such importations made prior to these
decisions are not included in this statement.




APPENDIX TO THE REPORT ON THE FINANCES.

PI 96-

1







.A^PIPEMDIX,
EEPOETS OF HEADS O F BUEE.A-US AND OTHEE OFFIC.EES.
.(:N"O.. 1.)

.'EEPOEF OF THE TEEASUEEE.

TREASURY OF THE UNITED STATES,
Washington^ Mecemher ly 1896.,
S I R : I kave tlie lionor to snibmit t\m followiDg report of tlie transactioDS of tills office dnriDg the past fiscal year aficl the condition of the
public business intrusted to my chaTge:
REYENUES AND EXPENDITURES..
Tlie net ordinary revenues and expenditures for the fiscal year ending June 30,1896, in comparison with those for the year preceding, as
shown by the warrants issued, were as follows:
1895.

Account.

Customs

BEYENUES.
. . .-.
...............

Sale o t p u b l i c l a n d s
!Miscellaneous
.
Total
^-Tet

......^

EXPENDITURES,

Treasury proper
Diplomatic
Judiciary
War Department
itTavy D e p a r t m e n t
Indians
Pensions
I n t e r e s t on t h e p u b l i c d e b t
Total
Ijifet
Deficiency

$152,158. 617.45 •
143, 421, 072. 02
1,103, 347.16 '
16, 706, 438.48 .

1896.

Increase.

$160,021,751.67
$7, 863,134. 22
146, 762,864. 74
3, 341,192. 72
1,005,523.43
19,180, 060. 54 '""2,"479,*622.'oo"

313, 390, 0 7 5 . 1 1 '

326,976,200.38

18, 434, 414. 54 '
5,091,947.77
8, 667, 759. 63
.51, 629, 248. 75
1,703,363.46
7;752. 995.99
51,804,759.13
28,797,795.73
9, 939, 754.:21
141, 395, 228. 87
30,978,030.21

17, 968, 920. 87
4,202,876.40
8, 595, 455. 34
47, 463, 859. 94 •
1,605, .010. 7 8 '
7,380,111.29
.50, 830., 920. 89
27,147, 732. 38
12,165,528.28
139,434, 000.98
05,385,028.93

356,195,298.29

352,179,446.08

13,-G83,'949.'00
13, 586,125. 27

Decrease.

$97, 823. 73
97,823.73

;

,
.
'

465, 493. 67
'889 071 37
72, 304. 29
4,165,.388. 81
98,352.03
372,884.70
973, 838..24
1,650,063.35
2,225, 774.'07
1,961," 227.'89
4,400,998.72
0,632, 772. 79

42,805,223.13

25,'203,245. 70

10,648,625.00
4,015,852.21
17, 601, 977. 48

There was an increase of $13,586,125.27 in the reTenu.es and a
decrease of $4,015,852.21 in the expenditures, making a net reduction
of $17,601,977,48 in the deficiency^ which amounted to $25,203,245.70
for the year.
3




REPORT^GN^^THE

FINANCES.

:• The receipts and disbursements on account of the public debt, which
for the fiscal year 1895 are given in detail in the Appendix, may be
stated in t]ie following summary form:
1895.

Account.

1896.

Increase.

Decrease.

RECETPTS.

....

Total
l^et

$92, 504, 394. 62
74, 720, 000. 00
44, 215, 983. 00
12, 056,172. 50
120, 000. 00
115,170, 000.00
68, 840, 000. 00

$142, 335, 046. 41
68,924,000. 00
45,158, 880. 00
5, 965, 683. 50
4, 855, 000. 00
154, 008, 000. 00
72, 630, 000. 00

$49,830,651.79

407,126, 550.12

Bonds
•
TTnited S t a t e s n o t e s
T r e a s u r v n o t e s of 1890

493, 876, 609. 91

98, 636, 548. 79
86, 750, 059. 79

$5, 796, 000. 00
942, 897.00
6, 090, 489. 00
4, 735, 000.00
38, 838, 000. 00
4, 290, 000. 00
11, 886,489. 00

DISBUESEMENTS.

Bonds.and fractional currency.- United States notes
Nationai-bank notes Oold certificates

.

2, 494, 549. 93
74, 720, 000. 00
50,712,000.00
13,068,369.00
18, 037, 940. 00
123,424,000.00
71,820,000.00 1

7, 294,103. 35
68, 924, 000. 00
61,564,000.00
11, 223,150. 00
10, 506, 770. 00
U O . 2 8 3 . 0 0 0 . 00

96,395,000.00

4, 799, 553.42
5,796 000 00
10, 852, 000. 00
1,845,219.00
7,531 170 00
16, 859, 000. 00
24, 575, 000. 00

. 354, 276, 858. 93

E x c e s s of r e c e i p t s

896,190, »23. 35

57, 085, 553. 42
41,913,164.42

52, 849, 691.19

Total
]Sret

97, 686, 586. 56

44, 836, 894. 37

15,172, 389. 00

The aggregate transactions on all accounts were therefore as follows:
1895.

Account.

1896.

Increase.

Decrease.

RECEIPTS.

Ordinarv
Debt

. . .

$326, 976, 200. 38
498, 876, 609. 91

$18,586,125.27
86, 750, 059. 79

720,516,625.23

820,852,810.29

100, 836,185. 06

356,195, 298. 29
354, 276, 858. 93

Total

$313, 390, 075.11
407,126, 550.12

852,179, 446. 08
890,190, 023. 35

41, 913,164. 42

710,472,157.22

748, 369, 469. 43

37, 897, 312. 21

10, 044,468. 01

72, 483, 340. 86

62,438,872. 85

DISBURSEMEXTS.

Debt
Total
E x c e s s of r e c e i p t s

$4, 015, 852. 21

The excess of $72,483,340.86 of aggregate receipts over aggregate
disbursements shown by the preceding statements went into the general Treasury balance, which stood at $773,610,008,76 on June 30,1895,
and at $846,093,349.62 on June 30, 1896.
Of the $820,852,810.29 of aggregate receipts for the year, a total of
$544,200,930.29, arising from the ordinary revenues, from the proceeds
of the sale of bonds, from the.issue of United States notes, and from
deposits for the retirement of national-bank notes, went to increase the
available cash balance, while the disbursements on the same accounts,
aggregating $439,620,699.43, diminished that balance. Since the issues
and redemptions of United States notes are required to be equal, these
transactions have no effect upon the balance, but they are covered by
the warrants, and the figures relating to them are here given for the
sake of completeness.




TREAStrKERr^

' The folio whig comparative statement shows for the two years the
receipts and disbursements which affected the available balance:
1895.

Account.

1890.

Increase.

Decrease.

RECEIPTS.

390, 075.11
504, 394. 62
720, OuO. 00
056,172. 50

$326, 976, 200. 38
142, 335, 046. 41
68, 924, 000. 00
5, 965, 683. 50

$18, 586,125. 27
49, 830, 651. 79

-.

492, 670, 642. 23

544, 200, 930. 29

63, 416, 777. 06
51, 530, 288. 06

Ordinary
.
B o n d s a n d f r a c t i o n a l currency'--..

356,195, 298. 29
2, 494, 549. 93
74, 720, 000. 00
13, 068, 369. 00

352,179, 446. 08
7, 294,103.35
68, 924, 000. 00
11, 223,150. 00

4, 799, 553. 42

-

446, 478, 217. 22

439, 620, 699. 43

4, 799, 553.42

E x c e s s of r e c e i p t s

46,192, 425. 01

104, 580, 230. 80

58, 387, 805. 85

$313,
92,
74,
12,

National-bank notes
Total
iS^et

$5,796,000.00
6, 090; 489. G
O
11, 886, 489. 00

DISBURSEMENTS.'

National-baiilv n o t e s
Total
ISTet

4, 015, 852. 21
5, 796, 000. G
O
1, 845, 219. 00
11 657 071.21
6,857,517.79

The amount here shown as received during 1896 on account of bonds
is composed of the proceeds of the sale of $100,000,000 of the loan of 1925,
together with part of the amount realized from the last preceding issue,
which part had been paid into the Treasury prior to June 30,1895, but
was not covered by warrant until after tha,t date.
Thefollowingstatementshowstheamountreceived for the $100,000,000
of thirty-year 4 per cent bonds disposed of during the fiscal year 1896,
and also the amounts and kinds of bonds previously issued for the maintenance of the gold reserve, together with the proceeds thereof:
L o a n of 1904.

L o a n of 1904.

L o a n of 1925.

Premium
Accrnedinterest

$50, 000, 000. 00
8, 633, 295. 71
27,621.92

$50, 000, 000. 00
8, 538, 500. 00
181,210.20

$62, 315, 400. 00 $100, 000, 000. 00
• 2, 800, 844. 62
11,166, 246. 41
311, 812.27
189 365 66

Total

58, 660, 917. 63

58,719,710.20

Account.

65, 428, 056. 89

L o a n of 1925.

111, 355, 612. 07

The periods during which the proceeds of the several issues of bonds
were paid into the Treasury and the kinds of money in which payment
was made are shown in the following table:
K i n d of m o n e y .

February and November and
M a r c h , 1894. D e c e m b e r , 1894.

F e b r u a r y to
J u n e , 1895.

F e b r u a r y to
J u n e , 1896.

Gold coin
.
. . . . . . . . . $52, 850, 264. 24
20.00
S t a n d a r d silver dollars
F r a c t i o n a l s i l v e r coin
6L40
United States notes
'.
5.00
T r e a s u r y n o t e s of 1890
101. 00
National-banknotes.
Gold c e r t i f i c a t e s . . . . . . . . . . . .
5, 810, 420. 00
37.00
S i l v e r certificates
M i n o r coin
8:99

,$53, 651,188. 50
43.00
49. 75

6.95

.92

2, 026, 810. 00
27 00
45 12

58, 660, 917.63

58, 719, 710. 20

65, 428, 050. 89

111,355,612.07

Total

$65, 428, 051. 57
4.40

. 7.00
5.00
5, 068, 410. 00

$109, 827,455. O
C
75 00
275 95
642 00
282 00

If from $773,610,008.76, the balance in the Treasury on June 30,1895,
as shown by the warrants, there be taken $28,101,644.91, the amount
on deposit with certain States, there will be left $745,508,363.85 as the
net balance. Of this, $579,207,863 was reserved for the redemption of



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REPORT^'e'N^'THE

FINANCES.

certificates and Treasury notes, so that the available balance at the
beginning of the fiscal year 1896, according to the warrants, was
$166,300,500.85. Adding to this the $544,200,930.29 of receipts above
shown gives $710,501,431.14 as the aggregate of the covered moneys
available for the service of the year. The total actual disburscDients
of $439,620,690.43 left therefore a balance of $270,880,731,71 available
on June 30, 1896.
If from the foregoing figures there bo omitted the receipts from the
sale of bonds, and also the issues and redemptions of United States
notes, there will be left the sum of $332,941,883.88 as the net current
receipts and $370,696,699.43 as the net current expenditures, or an
excess of $37,754,815.55 of the latter over the former. This excess, as
will be seen more clearly from the table of receii)ts and expenditures
in the Appendix, was applied as follows:
Defielencv in orclinary revenues
==
—
PaymcntVf Pacific Railroad bonds
Redemption of national-banlv notes
Redemi:)tion of demand notes, fractional currency, and matured d e b t .

$25, 203, 245. 70
7,199, 000. 00
5, 257, 466. 50
95,103. 35

Total

37,754,815.55

The receipts and disbursements for the two years on account of
Treasury notes and the three kinds of certificates, transactions which
elsewhere in this report are referred to as issues and redemptions, are
shown below:
1895.

Account.

1S96.

Increase.

Dscrcasc.

KECEIPTS.

Tre.nqnrv n o t e s o f 1890
Certificates

$942, 897. 00
- 47, 863, 000. 00

227, 845, 983. 00

276, 651,,SS0. 00

48, 805, 897. 00

50,712,000.00
213,281,940.00

."

$45,158,880. 00
231,493,000.00

61,564, 000. 00
- 247,184, 770. 00

10,852,000.00
33, 902, 830. 00-

263,093,940.00

Total -.-

$44, 215, 983. 00
183, 630, 000. 00

308, 748, 770. 00

44, 754, 830. 00

36,147, 957. 00

32,096,890.00

DISBUESEMENTS.

T r e a s u r y n o t e s of 1890
Certificates
Total
E x c e s s of d i s b u r s e m e n t s . . .

$4,051-, 067. 00

STATE OF THE TREASURY.

In addition to the general account, the Treasurer has liabilities on his
agency account, arising from funds on hand to meet outstanding drafts
and checks, from disbursing officers'balances on deposit, from the postal
revenues, from the 5 per cent fund for the redemption of national-bank
notes, and from other sources. There are also liabilities on account of
moneys received but not yet covered by warrant. The Treasurer's total
liabilities on June 30, 1895 and 1896, according to the books of the
Department, were as follows:
Account.
General
A<^enC3'
U n c o v e r e d monej'^s
Total

J u n e 30, 1895.

. . . .
.--....
...




_ .

J u n e 80, 1896.

$773,610,008.76
37, 031, 665.88
31,506,515.20

$846, 093, 349. 62
38, 717, 041. 63
397 216 08

842, 148,189.84

885 207,607.33

'TRE-*A:^flTJRER:^^''

1

. As against these liabilities tliere existed the following-described
assets, whether in the Treasurer's custody and available, or recognized
by the Department on other grounds as legitimate credits:
Description.
Gold rcoin a^nd bid:li«n
..,.,
..
Silver coin a n d b u l l i o n
•J!?'otes a n d c e r t i f i c a t e s
M i n o r coin a n d f r a c t i o n a l cuirrency
Deposits in national b a n k s
,
13onds a n d i n t e r e s t p a i d .
D e p o s i t s witfi S t a t e s
Unava-ilable f u n d s
U n p a i d loss on r e c o i n a g e
Total

J u n e SO, .1895.
$156, 618, G62.
. 512, 395, 426.
127, •625, 459.
1, 125, 546.
14, 847, 562.
15, 665.
101,644.
418, 822.
812,148,1S9. 84

•Juno 30, 1896.
$.144, 715,614.86
480, 698. 91
180, S03, 988. 44
102, 293. 41
1,
15, 555, 600. 77
27,125.31
101,644.91
418, 822. 88
1.-817. 84
885, 207, 007..33

The amount on deposit with .States is not carried.on the Treasurer's
books, and in the •statements of the condition of the Treasury contained
in this report the other unavailable funds, together with the unsettled
loss on recoin.age, are omitted. The total amounts of the availabje
assets and of the corresponding liabilities on the two dates are shown
below:
..
J u n e 30, 1895.
Assets...

;

J u n o 30, 1896.

•$812,'627,722.05

816,968,280.07
38,717,041.63

812, «2Z, 72.2. ^05

Total ,

'$855,'685, 321. 70

775,593,056.17
.37,031,665.88

Liabilities:
General account
Agency aecouat

855,685,321.70

In the Appendix will be found the usualtablles showing in detail the
assets and liabilities on June ^0, 1896, with regard not only to their
cliaraeter but :also to their distribution over the various parts of the
Treasury .system.
if the amounts of gold, silver, and United States notes on deposit for
the redemption of outstanding certificates and Treasury notes b e s e t
aside, the remaining assets will constitute the available general fund
as it actually existed. In composition and amount this fiind was as
follows:
J i i n e 30, 1895. '
Assets::
Gold coin and. Ijullion
Silver dollars and bullion
. I ' r a c l i o n a l s i l v e r coin
U n i t e d .States n o t e s
T r e a s u r y n o t e s of 1890
]S^ationai-bank n o t e s
Gold c e r t i f i c a t e s
Silver certificates.
Currency certificates
M i n o r coin
Fractional currency
D e p o s i t s i'U .national :banks - -.
B o n d s .and i n t e r e s t p a i d
Total
LTab:ili.tios:
Agency account
B a l a n c e , .general a c c o u n t
Total




;$108,148,103.04
20, 808,102. 42
16, 604,. 419. 75
•27, 237, 031. 04
30, 145, 231. 00
737, 984; 31
;88,65O.0O
271,. 563.00
350, .OOO. 00
124,939.38
^07.34
•847, 562. 75
15,065.02

J,une 30, ISSO:

$191,897, 425. m
.25, 410, 859.89
15,767. ^055.52'
90,221, 147.79
34, 638, 033. 00
10, 832, 424.65
620, .070. :00
11, 962, 813. 00
320, OOO.'OO
1,102, 154.69
138. 72
.15. 555, •6.G0.77
•27, 125.31

.,

233,;379,.S59..e5

.308,'354, 348.70.

—

37,031,665.38
196, 34«, 193.17

38, 717, 041 :63
•269,637,307.07

'..

233, 379, 859. 05

8,854, 348.70

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R E P O R T . ON.'^f^i'HE' FINANCES.

This last statement may, without misrepresenting the virtual character of the assets, be modified by assuming the cancellation of the
certificates and the addition Of the amounts of coin and notes which
they cover to the items of the same kinds now shown. In this form,
which presents the free assets as they are ordinarily stated, the figures
are given in a table in the Appendix.
The amounts of gold, silver, and United States notes on deposit in
the Treasury on account of certificates and Treasury notes, together
with the amounts of those outstanding, are shown below:
,
Assets:
G o l d coin a n d b u l l i o n
Silver dollars a n d bullion
United States notes

Total

J u n e 30, 1896.

-.-

$48, 469, 959. 00
474, 982, 904. 00
55, 795, 000. 00

$42, 818,189. 00
472, 302, 784. 00
32 210 000 00

579, 247, 863. 00

...

Total
Liabilities:
Gold certiii c a t e s
Silver certificates
C u r r e n c y certificates
T r e a s u r y notes^of 1890

J u n o 30, 1895.

547, 330, 973. 00

48,
328,
55,
146,

469, 959. O
O
894, 504. 00
795, 000. 00
088, 400. 00

42, 818,189. 00
342 619 504 00
82,210 000 00
129, 683, 280. 00

579, 247, 8C3. 00

547 330 973. 00

While the cash balance in the Treasury has afibrded a comfortable
working fund, and would have done so without augmentation from loans,
the gold reserve has been the cause of much concern, and has been maintained only at the cost of a fresh issue of bonds, and by the voluntary
contributions of banks and financial institutions. With the exception
of a brief iDcriod in the autumn of 1895 and another in the spring of
1896, the ruling rates of foreign exchange were such, throughout the
year, as to x)ermit, if not to require, the exjiort of gold. The movement
began in volume the first week in August and continued, with a short
interruption, till toward the end of Jauuaiy. A t first the demands
upon the Treasury for gold were limited to the wants of exporters, but
in December considerable withdrawals began to be made by others, the
amount increasing during January and rising in February, when heavy,
payments were made into the Treasury for bonds, to nearly $20,000,000
for the month.
Under this drain the reserve gradually sank until February 10, 1896,
when it stood at $44,563,493. It was then rapidly built up from the
proceeds of the sale of bonds, and rose to $128,713,709 by March 31.
After inconsiderable variations in the reserve during April the exiDort
of gold was resumed on May 1, and this movement, together with the
continued withdrawals not for exioort, again put in operation the process of depletion. There was an almost daily decline until July 23,
when the official figures for the reserve were $89,669,975. A t this
point the bankers of the principal cities joined together in a movement
of relief, the result being that the banks and financial institutions
deposited gold in exchange for paper currency, and restored the
reserve to $110,782,403 by August 4. After the discontinuance of
these operations the free gold again declined gradually to $100,957,561,
where it stood on September 1. In the latter half of August there
occurred a favorable turn in foreign exchange, which had the efiect,
first, of checking the outflow of gold, and, later, of setting in motion a
rapid current in the opposite direction. As some of the imported
material was brought for the purpose of supjplying the inland demand



9

TREASIJEE.RFO.; ..^ '

for currency, and as the preference which later Avas manifested in the
interior for gold had not yet become a factor in the situation, a great
part of the early inflow found its way into the Treasury in exchange
for paper.
In ordinary times and under ordinary circumstances there is a natural
flow of gold toward the Treasury, which often is limited only by the
capacity of the Treasury to carry the specie. The product of our mines
finds its way to the mint, where it is paid for by checks, and these are
presented at the counters of the subtreasuries, or through the clearing
house in New York, as currency obligations. The result is an increase
of the gold reserve and a diminution of the available balance of notes
and silver certificates. Gold imported in the form of bullion or foreign
coin takes usually the same coursCo
Besides these two sources of ordinary gain to the gold reserve, there
is another, in the direct exchange of paper currency for the coin, where
the paper is preferred for its greater convenience. Fortunate indeed
has it been for the Treasury that even during the most critical periods
through which the country has recently iDassed, these currents of inflow
have not been altogether checke.d, and that where their volume has
been materially diminished the loss has been i)artly made good by the
assistance of financial institutions. In the fifteen months ending with
September last the withdrawals of gold from the Treasury in redemption of United States notes and Treasury notes amounted to the immense
sum of $192,972,205, while the net gains of gold from all sources attained
a total of $98,138,902.
The following table shows the redemptions of notes in gold, the receipts
from the sale of bonds, the gain of gold from all other sources, and the
amount of the reserve for each month, from July, 1895, to September,
1896:'
N o t e s redeemEeceipts
.Receipts from K e s e r v e a t .
ed i n gold.
from b o n d s . o t h e r s o u r c e s . e n d o f m o n t h .
1895.
$3; 826,795
16. 564,067
17i 377, 484
2,166, 883
16, 034, 590
20, 212, 695

July...
August
September
October.....
November
December.,...'....

$3, 550, 919
9, 657, 417
. 9,959,621
- 2,198r0892,425, 876
4,140, 997

$107,236,487
100,329,837
92, 911, 974
92, 943,180
79,333, 966
63, 262, 268

3,031, 748
49, 626
833, 434
458, 851
3, 798, 336
1, 383,172
26, 304, 219
2, 608, 540
27, 738, 557

49, 845, 508
123,962, 980
128, 646, 461
125,393, 900
108, 345, 234
101, 699, 605
110, 718,746
100, 957, 561
124, 034, 672

1896.
January ... J<
February
March . . . . : . .
April
May — : . . . . . . .
June
July.---.
August
September
Total

,

- 16,448,508
21, 736, 876
6, 856, 546
7,130,618
22, 039, 547
8, 261, 347
17, 285, 078
12, 369, 725
4, 661, 446

-.-...-.

192, 972, 205

$95, 804, 722
10, 706, 598
3,419, 206
1,192, 545
232,546

111,355,612

, 138,902

In the Appendix, in addition to the tables heretofore published relating to the condition of the Treasury, will be found one which shows the
redemptions of United States notes and Treasury notes in gold and the
imports and exports of gold during each month from the resumption of
specie payments on January 1,1879. This is followed by others exhibiting the transactions between the subtreasury and the clearing house
in JS'ew York, and the amount of each kind of money used by the former
institution in the settlement of balances, by months, from 1880.




10

R E P O R T ^ t » THE

FINANCES.

THE PUDLIC .iDEBT.

;The dlittnges which occurred during the .year iia. tiie prinxjipal :of itliie
-outstanding interest-bearing-public debt consisted of an in.cr.ease rf
$131,157,701) in the loan of 1925, arising iram the sale of .$.LO%O.O.Oy0OO
of bonds :and the dlellvery of f 31,157,700;which ihad been paiid ibr :during the precediiig j e a r , together with an increase -of '$11,,100 iu 'the
funded loan of 1907.^ the res-mlt ;of the conversion.of S'i^^yO ;of 3jefn;H:ding certificates and •$4,130 of interest thereon.. The total :Det inerease
was therefore $131^1^61,^83^0. Inclusive of the accruing inteTCSt on the
Tefundin.g eertifiicates tlie total :anAi?m;ai mterest charge upon the debt as
it stood at tlo^e close ^of the ^year was ^$34;,'387^fB5.TO.
•The following is a statement of the;amount and^eharacterof the debt
oatstanding on J u n e -.30, 1895 and 181^6::
H a t e (of
•interest.

©u.tstand'i=ng
•J^uno .3fl, :a;8S5.

W^hen ;p.a;y a b l e .

^Outstandiiiig
•Jurie'30, aSOO.

F.er cent.
F-unded -loan .of i891

•2

T u n d c d l o a n - o f 1907.
.Refundingiceiltificaites ..
L o a n of 1904......
L o a n of 1925
:
:
•Matured l o a n s
•.—
-Old d e m a n d n o t e s
,
Un-ited s t a t e s n o t e s
OFa-action n.Vcurrency... - National-bank notes . . .
G o l d certificates
Silver.certificates
' C u r r e n c y certificaites —
'.Tiieaaury notes'oT.-1890.

'.©.p"tion:of U n i t e d
States.
:
i J u l y . l , 1907.
:Convertible
.
F e b . 1,190.4,....-.-.;
F e b . 1,1925
:
;j©ni^lema/nd
...
..-.-..-:do
-do
SfXO . . .

. - -.-do
do
^do
.do

Total..

•.:$25,3G4,:50O.:0O"

$25,'3O4,'59O.'O0

•559,:625, -750.00
•5:4, I'lO.'.OO

'559, 636, :850. 0.0
<47, 140.-'00
100,00.0., :0.00. . O
G
162, 315, 4 00..00
1,^63:6,:890.,-26
• 54, 347..i50
:346,681, 016.00
t.6,-891, 184.1^
•20.102, 022. 50
'4L2, « 1 8 , •189.-00
^342,;6;I'.^, :504. 00
81,-900, 0.00..00
•l.'29,-.-.683. 280...00

,Go.o.;oo
ioo„-ooo, 700. 00

:31,lo7, :59.0.;26
;i,72iL, .847.:50
:54 OIG.'.OO
;346,-"68i: 1X7.^^9
..'
•!6,S94,;
-•489.-00!
25,-359, •:959.-0O i
4-8,'^69, •504.;00 •
;328,:-894, 00O.:0.0
-..-.-:
:55, 755. 400.-.00
:i4;G,088,
•1,076,120,983.25

l,7Gy,84Q,.32.3.-40

If th.e -certirficates and Tr.easuTy aiotes be .set asid^ ra^s mere liabilities
of the Treasury, :a;gainst w^iich ^fuail ^amounts of assets -^are reserved,
tihe idebt pr^opes?, :as .oi^don^arily .classified, will be foiMid to hav^e been -as
follows:
..Juno.30, 1'895. '

• «Gaa.ss.
iLnitei:est-:beariai;"g..,
'Malturecl -•
Bearing no interest
^ « ' = "

,

--

• •

•

-..-

.;

•

- ;

J-une:30,1«9G.

$7r0,-202,-0'60.-00'
1,'721,•590.^26 •
378, 989, 469. 99

$847,:363,g9O.:O0
1 636 '890 -26
373;*728, 570.14

•iL,.096,;9..13,120..25;

•1,.222, 729,:c350.40

Wiitiii respei^ to the teon-ditionSiof paym-ent the vd-ebt oinay b-e ;arran'ged
um^tor live ^general heads, as feiilows::
^Condition oT pajymerit.
A t - o p t i o n of t h e U n i t e d . S t a t e s
A t n i a t a r i t y , future-dates
On d e m a n d , w i t h o u t r e i s s u e . . .
On idemand, -^or.ireissue.
O n - d e m a n d , vout.'.o^'<dea30sits „
Total

:...:......

.._..=...

. J u n e . 3 0 , .189.5.

-J,uue:.30, .1-896.

$25, 364, 500. 00
"690, 837.560. 00
34,030,.044..25
<492.^769,MlI6.ia0
.4:33,11-9, .4;GB.,00

$25,.364, 500. 00
821,099,390.00
28,084, 444. 40
476,:3m,:296. G
O
•417, 427,'693.-00

a,-:67i5,il2G,t983.-25

:i,';?69,:S4Q,..323. t o

fa the Appendix 'm ^meai. •atalble whlidhishiowis itke?amopMtrf the principal of the :debt^ ^exclusi^e <of ^cMtileatBS ^amid "Ti-easoMiy oM^ies, ^ t the
enid of -each month, b^egim^rin.g with.Jfene, 16M. Im this tal#e tk© ifnnd
for the retirement;x)f iaia;tio!n!al-ba^nk aa^otes, wMch luntil July., ^3^91, wais
carried as a liability of the Treasury, is uniformly treated for the whole



11

TREASimEIir'""^

period as jjart of the debt bearing no interest. This method of presentation enables comparisons of the debt at different times to be made
without the inconvenience arising from changes in the form of statement.
THE MONETARY STOCK.

According to the revised estimates of the Department the composi tion.
and distribiition of the monetary stock on J u n e 30,1895, was as follows:
In Treasury
I n circulation.
a n d mints-.

Kind.
G o l d coin
Gold b u l l i o n . Silver dollars
Fractional silver coin.
Silver bullion

Total stock.

$99, 762, 946
56,828,918
371,303,176
16, 604, 420
125, 397, 044

51,980,043.
60, 350, 014
214, 252

$579, 400. 907
56, S28-, DIB
423, 289-,. 2-19
76, 954, 434
125,611.296'

669,896,-504

592,188, 270

1,262,084,774

83,. 032,031
30,145, 231
4, Til, 984
88, 650
0, 271, 563
850, 000-

Total metallic.
United- S t a t e s n o t e s
T r e a s u r y n o t e s of 1890.
National-bank notes . . .
Gold c e r t i f i c a t e s . - - :
Silver certificates
Currency certificates...

479, 637, 961

283,648,985
115, 943,169
206, 953, 051
48,381,309
319,. 622, 941
55, 445, O O
G-

346,081,016
146- 088, 400
211,691,,035^
48, 469, 959
328, 894. 504
55, 795, 000

Total paper .

127, 625, 459

1, 009, 994, 455

1,137, 6 j 9, 914

Aggregate ..

797,521,063

1,602,182,'725

2,399,704,688

The following table contains the corresponding figures for June
.30,1896:
In Treasury
and mints.

Gold coin
Gold b u l l i o n
Silver dollarsF r a c t i o n a l s i l v e r coin
S i l v e r bullion

I n circulation.

$112,
,589,974
32, •102, 926,,
378, 673- 137
>.767, 056
15,
I,
120; 933, 958

Kind.

52,116, 904
GO, 204,451
1, 032, 565

$567, 495, 038
32,102, 926
430, 790, 041
75,971,507
121, 9GS, 523
1,228,326,035

Total stock.

Total metallic ..

060,067, 051

568, 258, 984

United States notes ..
T r e a s u r y n o t e s of 1890
Nationai-bank n o t e s . .
Gold certilica/tes
S i l v e r certificates.
C u r r e n c y certificates .

122, 431.148
34, 638, 033
10, 832, 425
620i 07O
11, 962, 313
320, 000-

. 224, 249, 868
95,.045, 247
215,168,122
42,198,119
830, 657,191
81, 890, 000

Tot.al p a p e r

180, 803, 989-

939, 208, 547

1,120,012,536

Aggregate

840, 871, 040

1, 507, 467, 531

2, 348, 338, 571

846,
129,
226,
42,
342,
32,

681,
683,
000,
818,
619,
210,

016
280
547
189
5G4
000

If the gokl, silver. United States notes, and national-bank notes be
taken as the effective stock, while the certificates and Treasury notes
are regarded as merely representative, the virtual distribution of the
actual monetary supply will be found to have been as follows:
I n T r e a s u r y I n circulation. .
and mints.

Kind.
J u n e 30,1895:
Gold
Silver
N o t e s . . . ...•

stock.

$108,210,555
77,738, 530
32, 325, 015

Total




-.

$636 229 825
625,854,-949
. 558,372,051

1,602,18-2,725

1,820,456,825

102,494, 781
89, 671, 713
101,373, 573

.^

$528, 019, 270
548,116, 419
526,047,036

218,274,100

'.,..'.

Total
J u n e 30,1896:
Gold . :
Silver
]^otes

Effective

497,103,183
539, 056, 358
471,307,990

599, 597,964
628,728, 071
572, 081, 563

293,540,067

1, 507, 467, 531

1, 801, 007, 598

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REPORT,fCOlf'^TTHE

FINANCES.

In the existing state of legislation bearing on the currency the supply of gold, silver, and notes is in each case variable. The stock of
gold is increased by the product of the mines and by imports, while
it is diminished b}^ industrial consumption and by exports. Although
there is no authority of law for any further addition to the existing
monetary stock of silver, the nominal value of the present mass is
subject to increase, from time to time, by the amount of the profit or
seigniorage to arise from the coinage of the remainder of the bullion
in the Treasury. Under the law the volume of United States notes
-is unchangeable, but the outstanding national-bank notes may be
increased or diminished, within certain limitations, on the initiative of
the banks.
There were redeemed in silver dollars and canceled during the year
ending September 30 the sum of $18,662,000 in Treasury notes of
1890, making a total retirement of $30,926,722 by this process since
August, 1893, and reducing the volume of the outstanding notes of
this issue to $125,004,280. While this process does not affect the
amount or composition of the monetary stock, except in so far as it
requires the coinage of bullion, thereby realizing a profit from seigniorage, it does change the character of j)art of the paper money by substituting silver certificates, eventually, in the active circulation in the
place of Treasury notes. This is so for the reason that the silver dollars paid out in redemption of the notes, after serviDg the purpose for
which they may have been required in the first instance, are presently
returned to the Treasury and deposited for certificates.
THE COINAGE.

The following table shows the amounts of uncurrent gold and silver
coins that were transferred during the year from the Treasury to the
mint to be recoined, together with the loss thereon :
Denomination.
Double eagles
Eagles
Half eagles
Quarter eagles
Three-dollar pieces
One-dollar pieces
Total gold

Loss.
$254, 960. 00
195, 480. 00
365,760.00
9, 360. 00
12.00
11.00
825, 583, 00

$6, 732. 96

StaTidard dollars
Fifty-cent pieces
Twenty-fivo-cent pieces
Twenty-cent pieces
Ten cent pieces
Five-cent pieces
Three cent pieces

1,100.00
1, 927, 987. 00
1, 910, 962. 50
397.80
781,794.10
4, 885. 60
514. 46

Total silver

4, 627,141. 46

249, 883. 06

Aggregate

5. 452, 724. 46

256, 616.02

The minor coin transferred to the mint amounted to $621,841. Of
this so much as could be made fit for further circulation was cleaned
and the remainder was recoined.




13

TREASTJBER/^*^'

SPURIOUS AND F R A U D U L E N T ISSUES.

Counterfeit silver coins and paper currency of the following kinds
and nominal amounts were detected and canceled during the year at
the offices of the Treasury:
Denomination.

Ten cents
Fifty cents
One d o l l a r
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
Ten dollars
T w e n t y dollars
F i f t y dollars .
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
- Total

Silver
coins.
$259. 20
,553. 25
745.00
1, 363. 00

2, 920. 45

United
States
notes.

Treasury Nationalbank
notes.
notes.

Silver
certificates.

Fractional
currency.
$0.10
19.25
191.00

$7.00
20.00
300. 00
• 380. 00
620.00
950. 00
300. 00
500. 00
3, 077. CO

$50. 00
450. 00
660. 00
520. 00
200. 00
800. 00

$15.00

100. 00
115.00

$10.00
843. G
O
220. 00
70.00
20. 00

2, 680. CO 1,163. 00

210. 35

Total.

$259.30
572. 50
936 G
O
1 380 00
913 G
O
985 00
1 110 00
1 IGO 00
1 150 00
1 200 G
O
500 00
10 165 80

There were also canceled a few counterfeit gold coins, 10,250 pieces
of spurious minor coin, and two counterfeit compound-interest notes,
one each of the denominations of $50 and $100.
•
TRUST FUNDS.

United States bonds of the following descriptions and aipounts were
held on June 30, 1896, in trust for national banks to secure circulating
notes and public deposits:
K i n d of b o n d s .

R a t e of
interest.
P e r cent.
2
4
•4

To secure
circulation.

To secure
public
deposits.

Total.

I

Total

$22, 078,100
151,950, 450
31, 783, 550
13, 057, 850
10, 046, 000

$1,033,000
12,195, 000
1, 285, 000
1. 535, 000
'880,000

$23, 111, 100
164,145, 450
33, 068, 550
- 14, 592, 850
10, 926, 000

228, 915, 950

F u n d e d l o a n of 1891 ( c o n t i n u e d )
F u n d e d l o a n of 1907
L o a n of 1925
L o a n of 1904
:..."
B o n d s i s s u e d t o Pacific r a i l r o a d s

16, 928, 000

245, 843, 950

During the year $37,925,000 of bonds were deposited on account of
circulation and $16,689,850 withdrawn. The deposits on account of
public moneys were $3,493,000 and the withdrawals $1,843,000.
Bonds of the following kinds and amounts were held on June 30,1896,
for the sinking funds of the Pacific railroads:
K i n d of b o n d s .

R a t e of
interest.

Union
Pacific.

U n i t e d S t a t e s b o n d s i s s u e d t o Pacific r a i l r o a d s . .
U n i o n Pacific first m o r t g a g e
C e n t r a l Pacific first morto"acre . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
C e n t r a l B r a n c h , U n i o n Pacific
E a s t e r n D i v i s i o n , U n i o n Pacific
S i o u x C i t v a n d Pacific
. . . . . . . . . . . ..
W e s t e r n Pacific
U n i t e d S t a t e s l o a n of 1904

P e r cent.
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
5

$64, 000
6, 867, 000
3, 230, 000
1, 025, 000
1, 478, 000
716,500
350, 000
915, 750

.$2,130, 000
939, 000
. 1,672,000
163, 000
300, 000
32, 000
117, 000
125,000

$2,194, 000
7, 306, 000
4,902,000
1,188, 000
1, 778, 000
748, 500
467,000
1, 040, 750

14,146, 250

5,478, 000

. 19, 624j250

Total




Central
Pacific.

Total.

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REPOR#¥N^'^THE

FINANCES.

Of these bonds, $3,432,000 belonging to the sinking fund of the Union
Pacific, together with $635,160 of interest, were past due and unpaid,
as also were $643,000 of the principal of those held for the Central
Pacific, with $78,290 of interest. During the year $10,000 of the United
States bonds held for the Union and $45,000 of those held for the Central became due and were i^aid by the Secretary of the Treasury. Of
the Central first-mortgage bonds, $179,000 held for the Union and
$38,000 held for the Central were paid during the fiscal year by the road.
On July 1,1896, $432,000 of the same kind of bonds belonging to the
fund of the former road and $131,000 belonging to that of the latter
were likewise paid. The total amount of bonds held on September 30,
1896, was $19,061,250, of which $13,714,250 was in the former fund and
$5,347,000 in the latter.
The bonds and stocks comprised in the following list are the property
of the United States and are held for the Secretary of the Treasury:
Kind.

Amount.

Arkansas State bonds
Louisiana State bonds
Nortli Carolina State bonds
'
Tennessee State bonds
Virginia State bonds
Chesapeake and OliiO Canal bonds guaranteed by Virginia
SoutJi Carolina State stocks
"
Florida State stocks

$793,000.00
37, 000. 00
58,000.00
335, 666. 66a
581, 800. 00
13, 000. CO
125, OaO. 00
132, 000. 00

Total

2,'075,466. 665

United States bonds are held in the following amounts, under various
provisions of law, for private institutions:
Rate of
interest.

Institution.

Per cent.
4
4
2

American Printi}ig House for tho Blind.
Manhatt.an Savings Institution
North American Commercial Company..
Total.

$2.50, 000
75, 000
50, oao
375,000

A special deposit of $70,000 of United States 4 per eent bonds is held
in the name of the Comptroller of the Currency for the benefit of the
Fidelity E'ational Bank of Cincinnati.
Captured bonds of the State of Louisiana of the face value of $545,480
are held for the Secretary of War.
REDEMPTION

OF NATIONAL-DANK

NOTES.

The net proeeeds of the national-bank notes redeemed during the
year were $107,891,026.34, the largest amount for any like x)eriod in ten
years, and, with the exception of three years, the largest since 1879.
The increase in the amount over recent years may be attributed to the
increase in the volume of notes outstanding and the comparative inactivity of business. The increased labor was greater than could be conveniently performed by the existing force, and the consequence was that
the balance of unassorted or partly assorted notes on hand increased
during the year from $4,203,973 to $9,967,391, By the end of August




-TREASURER:-.-.^

15

this balance had still further increased to $13,376,890; since then, however, it has been slowly but gradually cut down. The total expenses
of the year, including charges for transportation, salaries, stationery,
and contingent ex]3enses, were $114,085.63, which have been assessed
at the rate of $1.12J per $1,000 of notes redeemed.
In closing this report I desire to take advantage of the opportunity
to express once more my satisfaction with the efficient manner in whicb
those associated with me have loerformed their official duties.
I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your obedient servant,
D A N I E L I^. MORGAN,

Treasurer of the United States.
Hon.

J O H N G-. C A R L I S L E ,

Secretary of the Treasury.







APPENDIX.

Wo.

t o — R E V E N U E S AND E X P E N D I T U R E S r o n THE F I S C A L Y E A R 1896;
WARRANTS ISSUED.

Account.

I n t e r i i n l roTenuG
Lands
Miscellaneoua
I n t e r i o r ciA'^il
Treasury proper
I)i])loTnatio . . . .

Revenues.

$160, 021, 751. 67
146, 762, 864. 74
1, 005, 523. 43
19,186, 060. 54

Repayments
Counter
from u n e x credi
app e n d e d a p p r o - p r o p r t s ttio n s .
ia o
. priations.

$17, 968, 920. 87
4, 202, 876. 40

$461, 228. 62
40, 267. 29

$14, 636.'04
921 56

8, 595, 455. 34
47, 463, 859. 94
1, 605, 010. 78
7, 380, 111.29
50, 830, 92G. G
O
27,147, 732. 38
12,165, 528. 28
139, 434, 000. 98
35, 385, 028. 93

War Department
N a v v "Department
Interior 13epartment—Indians.
Interior Department—pensions . ..
I n t e r e s t on t h e i)ublic d e b t
Total, net

Exijcnditures.

AS SHOWN B Y

116, 488. 96
1, 748i 748. G
O
50,013.18
287, 720. 93
1,147, 776. 66
181,297.11
353, 754. 96
2, 048, 773. 58
502, 263. 43

14 724 29
332; 668. 99
87 120 17
104, 411. 98
204, 565. 92
7, 203, 407.95
58, 090.17
45 58

326, 976, 200. 38

352,179, 446. 08

G old c e r t i f i c a t e s
Silver certificates
C u r r e n c y certificates . . . .
.. .
K e f u n d i n f ' certificates
United Statesnotes
Fractional currency.
Old d e m a n d n o t e s . . ..
O n e - y e a r n o t e s ot" 1863.
T w o - y e a r n o t e s of 1863
L o a n ot" 1863
C o m p o u n d - i n t e r e s t note.s
' t r e a s u r y n o t e s , 1861
7-30'sof 3864 a n d 1865
E u i i d e d l o a n of 1891
10-40's of 1864
Consols of 1865
Consols of 1867
Consols of 1868
L o a n of J u l y 12, 1882
F u n d e d l o a n of 1881
L o a n of J u l y a n d A u g u s t , 1861
..
L o a n of J u l y a n d A u g u s t , 1861, cont i n u e d a t 3^ p e r c e n t
T r e a s u r v n o t e s of 1890
National b a n k notes—redemption
account
C e n t r a l Pacific R a i l r o a d b o n d s
U n i o n Pacific R a J l r o a d b o n d s
C e n t r a l B r a n c h U n i o n Pacific Kailroad bonds
KansavS Pacific P a i l w a y b o n d s . . .
5-20's of 1862
5-20's of 1865
Oregon w a r debt
L o a n of 1925
P r e m i u m , on l o a n of 1925
....
F u n d e d loan of 1907

4, 855, 000. 00
154, 008, 000. 00
72, 630, 000. 00

10, 506, 770. 00
140, 283, 000. 00
96, 895, 000. 00
6, 970. 00
68, 924, 000. G
O
2, 933. 35
500.GO
190.00
200. 00
500. 00
.1,410.00
. r*:
50. 00

Total
B a l a n c e J u n o 30, 1 8 9 5 . . . ,
B a l a n c e J u n e 30 1896

820, 852, 810. 29
745, 508, 863. 85

THE PUBLIC DEBT.

Ao'ffresate

Fi96


68, 924, 000. 00

• 3, ooo: 00
58,150. 00
4, 650. 00
800. 00
2, 600. 00
300. 00
8, 200. 00
3, 200. 00
500.00
45,158, 880. 00
5, 965, 683. 50

2, 000. 00
61, 564, 000. CO
11, 223,150. 00
201, 000. 00
4, 293, 000. 00
640,000. 00
2, 065, 000. 00
1, 600. 00
2, 300. 00
50. 00

131,157, 700. 00
11,166, 246. 41
11,100. 00
748, 869, 469. 43

6, 938, 327. 72 1 7, 970, 592. 65

817, 991, 704. 71
1, 566, 861,174.14

1,566,361,174.14

6, 938, 327.72

7, 970, 592. 65

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18

R E P O R T ON T H E FINANCES.

'i&c 2 e - N E T O R D I N A R Y R E V E N U E S AND E X P E N D I T U R E S FOR E A C H Q U A R T E R OF
THE

F I S C A L Y E A R 1896,

o

AS SHOWN B Y AYARRANTS I S S U E D .
Second
quarter.

First
quarter.

Third
quarter.

Fourth
quarter.

Total.

REVENUES.

$44,943,731.43 $38, 391,102. 57 $43, 082,128. 59 $33, 604, 729. 08 $100,021,751.07
87, 877, 025. 76 39,142,699.52 33, 360,136. 21 36, 383, 003. 25 146, 762, 8G4. 74
195,169.03
1, 005, 523. 43
244, 498. 86
297, 363. 70
268, 491. 24
4, 919, 639. 22
5, 915,103.18
19,186, 060. 54
4, 049, 701. 67
4, 801, 616. 47

Customs
Internal revenue—
Public lands
Ijliscellaneous

87, 390, 864. 90

Tota-J

81,'880, 927. 40

81, 600, 402. 88 •76, 098, •005.14' 326, 970, 2C0. 38

EXPENDITURES.
Civil a n d iniseeillaneGU'S... 22, 723, 655. 73 22,192, 041.19
17,67.5,504.01 12, 708, 469. 07
W a r "Depai-tmen*
6,968,964.42
•6, 567, 415. 78
K-avy l i i e p a r t m e n t..
I n d i a n s a n d p e n s i o n s . . . - - 39, 025, 993. 59 37, 901,165. 76
I n t & r e s t on i:,ho iDublic
.dfibt......
-. 9, .453, .164. .38 7,589,876.68

21,242,800.05
10,127,902.26
7, 027, 266.16
38, 244, 486.16

87,360,517.12

•80,506,455.61

95,445,734.09

Total

9,923,940.98

21,057,677.65
10, 319, 044. .95
6, 584, 086. 02
36,427,883.75

87, 216, 234. C2
50, 830. 920. 89
27,147,732.38
151, 599, 520. 20

8, 418, 04.0. 89

35, 385, 028. .03

82, .806, 739. 28. 352,.179,44G, CS

^^ S o — C O M P A R A T I V E STATEMETS'T OP BALANCES I N T-HE T R E A S U R Y AT THE CLOSE
OF ^TH-E F I S C A L YEARS 1-895 AXD 1896.
i745,505,-3G3.'S5

B a l a n c e a s s h o w n i n l a s t r e p o r t , . J u n o 30, 1895 .
N e t r e v e n n e , .1:836
,.,•
N e t e x p e n d i t u r e s , 1896.
..

$326,976. 200.: 38
352,179, 446.-08
25,203,2^5.70

E x c e s s of e x p e n d i t u r e s o v e r . r e v e n u e s

720, .305,° 118.15
Public debt.

I s s u e s .during
year.

.Hedemptioiois
during year.

.Excess of
issues over
r e d e m p t i o n s.

$154,OO8,.OOO.O0 $140,283,000.00 $13,'725, 000:00
Silvercertifica^tos
4, 855, 000. 00
10, 505, 770. O
O
Gold certificates
O 96. 395. .000.'00
C u r r c n cy certificates... 72, 630, 000. G
•United S t a t e s . n o t e s .... 68, 924, OOO; 00 68, 924, 000.'00
6,970.00
B e f u n d i n g cer ti fi c a t e s .
58,150. 00
F u n d e d l o a n o f 1891 . . .
National-banknotes—
5, 905, 683. .50« 11,223,150.00
• redemption account61,564,000.00
T r e a s u r y n o t e s of 1890. -45,158,880.00
.131,157, 700.. 00
L o a n o f 1925...
131,157,700.00
P r e m i u m o n loan of
11,166,-246-. 41
1925
•.-..• 11, 1.66, 246; 41
11,100.00
11,100.00
F u n d e d l o a n of 1907 . . .
3, .200. .00
F u n d e d loan of 1 8 8 1 . . .
7, 199, 000. 00
Pacific Ea.ilroad b o n d s .
26, 783. 35
Ma-tured d e b t ..Total
N e t e x c e s s of i s s u e s
over redemptions

493, 876, 609. 91

396,190, 023. 35 156, 060, 046.41

E x c e s s of
redeinptions
o v e r issnei5..

•$5,651, 770.00
23, 765, 000. 00
970.00
150. 00
5, 257, 4 60. 50
16.405, 120.00

.200. 60
O
7,199, 000-. G
26, 783.35
58, 373, 459. 85
97,686,586.50

B a l a n c e J u n e 30,
1896

Noo

•817, 991,-704. 71

4 o — R E C E I P T S AND E X P E N D I T U R E S ON ACCOUNT O F T H E P O S T - O F F I C E D E P A R T .JilENT F.OR T H E F l S C A L Y E A R 1 8 9 6 ; AS S H O W N B Y W A R R A N T S ' I S S U E D .
By whom handled.

T h e Treasurer...
Postmasters
To.tal
ISalance J u n o 30, 1895
B a l a n c e J u n e 30 1896
Aggregate




R e c e i p t s fsrem
'Deficiency
p o s t a l r e v e n u e s . .appropriation.
.$33, 597,900. .57
48,981,449.64

i$9, 30.0, 000. 00

Total receipts. Exijenditures..
$42, 897, 900. 57
48,"981, 449. #4 ;

$41, 565, 476. 30
48, 981, 449. €4

•82, 579, 350. 21 ,

9, 300, 000. 00

91, 879, 3.50. 21 '
2,745,310.57-.;

90, 546, 025.94

82 579,350.21

9, 300, 000. 00

• 94 624, G60. 78 '

^^ G^a. fifio 7fi

4 077 734 84

TREASURER.
MOo

S>o—ASSETS AND

19

L I A B I L I T I E S OF T H E T R E A S U R Y O F F I C E S J U N E 30^
"Washington.

Baltimore.

New York.

Philadelphia,

1896.

Boston.

ASSETS.

Gold coin
S t a n d a r d silver dollars - F r a c t i o n a l s i l v e r coin : . .
United States notes . . . . .
T r e a s u r y n o t e s of"1890...
Na;tionai-banTc n o t e s . . . . .
G o l d certificates
Silver certificates
Currency certificates
M i n o r coin
Fractional currency
Bonds and interest paid.

$3, 407, 065. 30 $1, 383, 935. 98 $59,108, 984. 84
151,488,788.00 6, 286, 057. 00
46, 205, 961. 00
953, 207. 70
525, 379. 80
3, 543, 441. 25
25,746,415.00 1, 640, 602. 00
80, 003, 453. G
O
22, 988, 665. 00
272,126.00
7, 832, 365. 00
9, 967, 390. 65
13, 818. 00
18, 975. 00
420. 00
4, 320. 00
91,820.00
2, 348, 801. 00
146, 966. 00
2,122,759.00
50, COO. 00
120, 000. 00
102,472. 77
33, 694. 32
1G6, 577. 23

Total cash assets.
Transfer account

217, 002, 725. 42 10, 356, 941.10
30, 953, 670. 78

199, 224, 984. 57 19, O53,.08L:

13, 536, 901. 45

247, 956, 396. 20 10,356,941.10

199, 224, 984. 57 19, 053, 081. 35

13,536,901.45

323, 743. 52

42.00

$2,769,885.00
10, 308, 559. 00
799,108.05.
3,710,813.00
158,428.00
39, 312. 00
27, 230. 00
1,006,436.00
40, 000. 00
192, 089. 93
13.12.
1, 207. 25
10, 648. 25

$G, 287, 400. 81
2,293,870.00
478,117. .35
2, 567, 987. CO
400, 939. 00
128, 319. 00
273, 980. 00
1,014,071.00
20, 000. 00
62, 840. 48
9, 316. 81

LIABILITIES.

Outstanding drafts and
checlis
D i s b u r s i n g officers' balances
Post-Ofiice D e p a r t m e n t accouut
B a n k - n o t e 5 p e r c e n t redemption fund
Other deposit and redemption accounts

79,127. 37

30, 783. 31

654, 227. 89

72,114; 62

1, 979, 009. 00

2G6, 388. 34

7, 557, 073. 74

682, 618. 08

C91, 053. 97

465,.693.16

47, 676. 23

1,134, 975. 68

598, 016. 69

469,107. 89

8, 247, 486. 04
1, 987, 911. 82

1,692,917.19

81, 660. 00

151,380.00

11,039,194.50

1, 434, 409. 39

1, 635, 285. 38

2, 793, 648. 90
7, 206, 564. 32

512, 728. 33
4,105. ji07. 33 4, 351, 2.53:16
183, 507, 754. 41 13, 267, 418. 80

5,662,806.13
6, 238, 809. 94

247, 956, 396. 20 10, 356, 941.10

199, 224, <)84. 57 19, 053, 081. 35

13, 536, 901. 45

Total agency account
12, 759, 227. 39
B a l a n c e t o cr'edit of m i n t s '
a n d a s s a y offices .'
Balance transfer account..
B a l a n c e g e n e r a l a c c o u n t . . 235,197,168.81
Aggregate

Cincinnati.

11, 880. 00

Chicago.

St. Lo

N e w Orleans

San F r a n cisco.

ASSETS.

Gold coin
Standard silver d o l l a r s . .
F r a c t i o n a l s i l v e r coin
United States notes
T r e a s u r y n o t e s of 1 8 9 0 . . .
Nationai-bank notes
Gold certificates
Silver certificates
C u r r e n c y certificates
M i n o r coin
Fractional currency
Bonds and interest paid.

$2, 069,427. 81 58, 975, 286. 92
808, 500. 00 2,559,140.00
454,.015.52
832,663.00
646. 200. 00 2, 889, 803. 00
181,000.00
654, 936. 00"
15, 000. 00
24, 970. 00
55, 700. 00
289, 840. 00 1, 308, 229. 00
80, 000. 00
10,000.00
134, 359. 22
101,081.48

T o t a l cash a s s e t s . .
Unavailable
Aggregate

O
$2, 220, 504. 88 $1. 371, 459. 22 $13, 072, 326. G
18,478, ^60. 00 5,162,.939. CO 25, 344, 247. 00
303, 291. 30
382, 488. 60
434,537.00
572, 519. 00
2,145, 904. 00
1,013,955.00
775, 979. 00
588, 895. 00
584, 095. 00
5, 550. 00
120, 590. 00
47,500.00
60, 290. 00
3, 080. 00
101, ^50. 00
525,150. 00
421,411.00
2,016,150.00
117,704.79
125. 60
640. 25

9, 923. 22

1,101.00

, 210,124. 05 17,482.910.40

21,055,671.52

;, 626,190. 74
701,85L34

42, 605,112. 95

5, 210,124. 05 17, 482, 910. 40

24,655,671.52

K 328, 048. i

42, 605,112. 95

1,181.50

6,17L 35

65. 00

LIABILITIES.

Outstanding drafts and
checks
D i s b u r s i n g officers' balances
.Post-Office D e p a r t m e n t account
Other deposit and redemption accounts
Total agency account
B a l a n c e t o c i ^ d i t of m i n t s
a n d a s s a y offices
Balance transfer account.
Balance general account-.
Aggregate




56, 300. 40

372, 575.48

114, 024. 99

63, 737. 21

348,068.54

292, 639. 24

1, 416,118. 03

1,168,903.81

955,903.68

1, 014,171. 48

278, 012. 89

752, 619. 33

106,110.14

48, 873. 39

132, 800. 60

5, 580. 00

43, 860.00

25,435.00

632, 532. 53

2, 585,172. 84

1,414,473.94

1, 068,574. 28

1, 495, 040. 62

174, 970.12
2, 895, 405. 95 1, 340, 392. 38
1, 682,185. 57 13, 382, 375. 06

42. 046. 67
3,341780.57
19, 857, 370. 84

4, 649, 918. 73
3, 609, 555. 07

55, 218. 36
1, 813,157. 63
39, 241, 696. 34

5. 210,124. 05 17, 482, 910. 40

24, 655, 671. 52 9, 328, 048. 08

42, 605,112. 95

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R E P O R T ON T H E FINANCES.
-ASSETS

OF.

THE

T R E A S U R Y I N T H E CUSTODY,
O F F I G E S J U N E 30, 1896.

Boise City.

Carson City.

GF. M I N T S

Charlotte.

AND

ASSAY

Dahlonega.

BULLION F U N D .

Gold c o i n . . .

.

.

...

Standard silver dollars
Fractional silver coin
..
Silver bullion
Balance iu subtreasuries and national
banks
Total available
Unavailable
. . .

$30.00
23, 045.13
7.96

$47. 00
309, 786-. 51
5,137,107. 00
7, 964. 01
457,817.52

$0,56

50,765.80

29,738.18

34,183.19

73, 848. 89

5, 941, 960. 22

84,183. 75.
32, 000. 00

$27, 950. 03

73, 848. 89

5, 941, 960. 22

66,183. 75

27, 950. 03

.

Anirrefirate

Denver.

Helena.

N"ew Y o r k .

St. L o u i s .

BULLION F U N D .

Gold coin
$53, 093. 02

Standard silver dollars
Fractioh.al •'^ilver coin
Silver bullion
Minor coin
'
Balance iu subtreasuries and national
banks

$9, 280. G
O
22, 967, 915. 85
409. 00
534.95
526, 353. 58
5.53'

$14,187. 97
.40
63.89
.17

$169,178. 04

111, 661. 76

484,171. 91

42, 046. 67

Total available
Unavailable
":

169,178. 04

164, 754. 78

23, 988, 670. 82

56,299.10

A'T^ffrecato

169,178. 04

164, 754. 78

23, 988, 670. 82

56 299.10

ISTew O r l e a n s . P h i l a d e l p h i a .

V

San Francisco.

Total.

BULLION F U N D .

Gold bullion
Standard silver dollars
l*'ractional silver coin
Silver bullion
. ...
Ujiited States notes . . .

...

$1,403,050.00 $5, 698, 745. 00
7, 899, 639.11
287, 047. 36
11,611,000.00 55, 523, 000. 00
5, 786, 041. 71
.536, 362. 08
4, 877, 218. 74 104, 250, 226. 96
30,127. 74

$3, 712, 485. 00 $10, 823, 037. 00
570, 926.15
32,125 641 10
37, 459, 918. 00 109, 731, 434. 00
679, 894. 04"
7,01O,8O5.,15
8, 929, 325.14 119, 040, 506. 39
30 127 74
5.70

18, 744, 805. 92 179,157, 652. 78
25, 000. 00

51, 352, 548. 33
413,557.96

279, 683, 902. 08
498, 507. 99

18, 769, 805. 92 179,157, 652. 78

51, 766,106. 29

280,182, 410. 62

Bahince in subtreasuries and national
banks . . .
Total available
Unavailable
Aggregate bullion fund

921 745 55

MINOR COIN AND METAL F U N D .

United States notes
Minor coin
.

29 500 00
173,234.20

29, 500. 00
173, 234. 20

RECOINAGE ACCOUNT.

U n p a i d l o s s on r e c o i n a g e




1,817.84
18, 769, 805. 92 179, 302, 204. 82

1 817 84
51, 766,106. 29

280 386 962.66

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TREASURER.

• N & , 7^—GENERA-L D I S T R I B U T I O N OF T H E ASSETS AND L I A B I L I T I E S O F T H E T R E A S U R Y
J U N E 30, 1896.

Treasury
offices.

Mints and
a s s a y offices.

ASSETS.
Gold coin
. . . . . . . $101,260,336.76 $10, 823, 637. 00
82,125, 641.10
Gold b u l l i o n
268, 936, 321. 00 109, 731, 434. 00
S t a n d a r d silver dollars
8, 706, 249. 57
7, 010, 805.15
119, 040, 506. 39
Silver bullion
120, 937, 651. 00
59, 627. 74
United States notes
34, 438, 028. G
O
T r e a s u r y n o t e s of 1890
"•0 381 4'>4 65
TsTationai-b'ink n o t e s
618,070.00
Gold certificates
11,199, 313. 00
320, 000. 00
C u r r e n c y certificates
926, 914. 79
173,239.90
138. 72
Fractidnjil currency
24, 202. 06

Bonds andinterest p a i d . . .

T o t a l a v a i l a b l e a s s e t s 557, 754, 649. 55 278, 964, 891. 28
Unavailable
701,851.34
498, 507. 99
U n p a i d loss on recoina^^e
1, 817. 84
Balance in s u b t r e a s u r i e s
921, 745. 55
Transfer accouut
80, 953, 670.78
Aff "re'^ato

589,410,171.67 280, 386, 962. 66

National bank
and other
depositories.

In transit
between
offices.

Total.

.$500,000.00 $112,589,973.76
32,125, 641.10
5, 382. 00 878 673 137:00
50, 000. 80
15, 767, 055. 52
119, 040, 506. 39
1, 433, 869. 05 122 431,147.79
209, 005. 00
34, 638, 033. 00
451, 000. G
O 10, 832, 424. 65
2, 000. G
O
• 620 070. 00
763, 000. 00
11, 962, 313. 00
320, 000. 00
2, 000. 00
1,102,154. 69
138. 72
$15, 555, 600. 77
15, 555, 600. 77
2, 923. 25
• 27,125. 31
-15,555,600.77 3,410,180.10
218, 463. 55

855, 685, 321. 70
1,418,822.88
1,817.84:
921, 745. 55
80, 953, 670. 78

15,774,064.32 3,410,.180.10

888,981,378.75

LIABILITIES.
Outstanding drafts and
checks
D i s b u r s i n g officers' balances
Post-Office D e p a r t m e n t account
B a n k note 5 p e r cent
r e d e m p t i o n fund
Other deposit and rederap-

2,114, 703. 33

178, 460.18

2, 293,163. 51

16, 023, 939. 37

3, 818, 225.16

19, 842,164. 53

4, 038, 886. 00

6, 658. 94

4, 040, 544. 94

8, 247, 486. 04

8, 247, 486. 04

4, 000, 624. 01

293, 058. G
O

4, 293, 682. 61

. T o t a l a g e n c y a c c o u u t 84,420,038.75
B a l a n c e t o c r e d i t of m i n t s
784, 9/)3. 48
a n d a s s a y offices
30, 953, 670. 78
Balauce transfer account
B a l a n c e g e n e r a l a c c o u n t . . . 523, 250, 898. 66 280, 380, 962. C6

293, 058. 60

38 717 041. 63

11, 633, 937r97 3,117,121.50

921 745 55
30 953 670 78
818, 388, 920. 79

589, 410,171. 67 280, 386, 962. 66

15, 774, 064. 32 3, 410,180.10

838,981,878.75

Aggregate

4, 003, 344. 28
136, 782. 07

•

]^<». § 0 — D I S T R I B U T I O N O F T H E G E N E R A L T R E A S U R Y B A L A N C E J U N E

Location.

Washington
Baltimore
New York
Philadelphia
Boston
Cincinnati
Chicago
St. Louis
New Orleans
San Francisco
Mints and assay offices
National banks
United States depositories .
I n transit
Total Treasurer's books.
On deposit with States
Total Treasury balance .




Treasurer's
general
account.

Receipts not
covered by
warrants.

$235,197,168. 81
7, 206,
564, 32
183, 567,
754.41
13,267,418.80
6, 238,
809.94
1, 682,
185. 57
13, 382,
375. 06
19, 857,
870.34
3, 609,
555. 07
39, 241,
696. 34
280, 386,
962.66
11,680,235. 80
3,702.17
3,117, 121. 50

$16, 864. 63
10,365.19
5, 992. 69
181,154. 71
21, 547.13
200. 85
62, 995. 35
4, 455. 48
654.19
22,611.76

818,388, 920. 79

397, 216. 08

70, 374.10

SO, 1896.
Balance as
shown by
warrants.

$235,180,304.18
7,196,199.13
183, 561,
761.72
13,086,264. 09
6, 217,
262.81
1,681,984. 72
13,319,379.71
19, 852,
914. 86
3, 608,
900. 88
39, 219,
084. 58
280, 386,
962.66
11, 559,
861. 70
3,702.17
3,117,121.50
817, 991, 704. 71
28,101, 644. 91
846, 093, 349. 62

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R E P O R T . Q^: T H E FINANCES.

M ^ o . 9o-—A^^AiLABLE

ASSETS

A N D N E . T LiABi.Li.TiES=

OF

T H E TIIEASUR:Y-

JUNE

OO>

1 8 9 5 AND- 1 8 9 B .

J-une:30,1895.

J u n e 30, 180G.

ASSETS.

Gold:
Coin...
Bullion

,

Silver-:
Dollars
Fractional' coin
Bullion.

37]-, 303; 176. 00:
10;.6O4;,4-m75'
124, 487, 830; 42'

$112, 589, 973. 763:2,.l-25v641.10'

$99, 762, 94G. 27
5G, S5-5- 115- 77'
$1.5B, 618; 0:62..04.

Paper:
U n i t e d . S t a t e s notes:
T r e a a u r y notes- of 1899
National bank notes
G o l d certificates-.
Silver certificates
G'uTreney certificates'

•
512-895) 426; 17'

513,-v4«0;698..91
1-22;.431,147: 79'
i 34,.638, 03-3.00'
10,832, 424.65^
620; 070; GOll,962v313.,e.0
320, OO0-:.0O'

83; 032, 031. 04;
30,145', 231. 004, 737, 984-. 31:
88", 650; 09^
9,. 27:1, 563'. 00:
350i OOO;.O0-

-.

$144, 715, Gil. 86
''37Sv673a^3-7'.O015,.767, 055•.52'
; B 9 , 04.0, 5061 39-

180, 808, G83-. 4'4

- 127,;625,45.9.35
Other:
M i n o r Goirs:.
:
Fraetional currency
D e p o s i t s i n n a t i o n a l banks-.
Bonds and;interest paid.

l,.i02,151. 69
138;. 72'
15,555, 6G0:,77• 27,125; 31

i ; 124i,-{^9v 3«:
60.7-. 34
14, 8-17, 5G2. 75
15„665..02
' 15,.988,774-..49'.

'

;
, 812,, 627, 722; 05

IC, 68a, 05:9; 49
855, 685, 321. 70

LIABILITIES-.

Agency account:
O u t s t a n d i n g d r a f t s and: c h e c k s ...
Disbursingoffi'cers'balancesPost-Offic&^Department a c c o u n t . .
B a n k n o t e & p e r c e n t rediem-iDtioii
fund
Other deposit a n d redemption,
accounts

2,.293-163'.5I
i 19.,842,164.53•
4„G40•;54vi••.94•
8, 247, 4-88-; 04
4, 293, 682. 61

1, 348, 725. 67
20, 879- 260.14 •
2, 708, 033. 51
7,762,919.85
4, 332, 726. 71

!

37,.031- 665..88=
General account:
Gold, certificates-.
Silver certificates:
C a r r e n e y certificates-.
T r e a s u r y n o t e s of 1890
Balance

38^.717, 0.41. 03

• 42„818,189; 0034-2.„619, 504...00
32,. 210; G00..GO
129,083, 280..GO. 269, 637; 307., 07'

• 48-, 469. 959; 00
328; S9-4-,'504' OO"
55, 795, 000. 00
146, 088, 400. 00
196, 3,4-8,193.17
775,596,0:56.17
812,,627, 722; 05

Aggi-egate-

816-; 968, 2S0. 07
855, 685, 321. 70

•

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a O - o . ^ - A s S E T S AND L l A B - I L I T I E S . OF T H E T R E A S . U - R Y I N E.XCES& O F ClSRTIFIG.-VTES
AND T R E A S U R Y N O T E S J U N E 30^ 1895 ANI> 1896.
J u n e 30,1895.

J u n o 30,1896.

ASSETS..

GolVI c o i n a n d b u l l i o n
S i l v e r dolilars and' b u l l i o n
Fi-aGtionaT: s i l v e r coin,
U n i t e d . S t a t e s notesi.
T r e a s u r y - n o t e s of 1890'.
Nationai-ba;nk n o t e s
Minorcoin;.
Fractio-na;! c u r r e n c y
Deposits i n national banks
B o n d s a n d . i n t e r e s t ; pa^id.

-,..
=.

—

$•108,230,753.04 $10,2. 517, 495. 86
80,079, 665'.. 42
37;-373a72:39
16, 604-,. 419. 75
15, 767, 055.. 5-2
27, 58-7,. 031. 04
90, 541,14T;-7-9
30,145, 231. 00
34, 638, 033; G
O
4,737,984.-31
10^ 832,424;. 65
1,124, 939. 38'
1,102; 15:4. 69
607. 34138.72"
14, 847, 562. 75
15,- 555, 600; 77
27; 125; 31:
15, 6G5..02^
233, 379, 859: 05-

Total

30'S,,354, 348.,70.

37; 031, 66.5". 88
196, 348,193-. 17'

38. 717, 041.-63
269, 637; 307. 07

233, 379, 859. 05'

308, 354; 348. 70

LIABILITrES:.

A g e n ey a c c o u n t
Baranee

'

Total




TREX\SURER.
'Noo

It,—UNAVAILABLE

23

F U N D S OF T H E G E N E R A L T R E A S U R Y AND P O S T - O F F I C E
D E P A R T M E N T J U N E 30, 1896.
GENERAL TREASURY.

On deposit with the following States under the act of Juno 23, 183G:
Maine
^
New Hampshire
Vermont
Massachusetts
Connecticut
Rhode Island
...."..
New York
Pennsylvania
Nevr Jersey
Ohio
Indiana
niinois
.Michigan
Delaware
Maryland
Virginia
North Carolina
South Carolina.
Georgia
,
Alabama.
Louisiana
.
Alississippi
Tennessee
Kentucky
1
Missouri
Arkansas

$955, 838. 25
669, 086. 79
GG9, 086. 79.
1, 338.173. 58
764, 670. 60
382. 335. 30
4, 014, 520. 71
2, 867, 514. 78
704, 670. 60.
2, 007, 260. 34
860,254. 44
4J7, 919. M
286, 751.49
286, 751. 49
955, 838. 25
2,198, 427.99
1, 433, 757. 39
1, 051, 422. 09
1, 051,422. 09
669, 086. 79
477,919.14
382, 335. 30
1,433,757. 39
1, 433, 757. 39
382, 335. 30
286, 751. 49

Total on deposit with the States
Deficits and defalcations:
Subtreasuries:
Defalcation, subtreasury United States, Now Orleans, 1867,
May and Whitaker
$675, 325. 22.
Defalcation, subtreas-ary United States, New Orleans, 1807,
May property.
."
5, 566..31
Deficit, subtreasury United States, New Orleans, 1885
20.959.81
Mints and assay offices:
Deficits and defalcations, branch mint United States, San
Prancisco, 1857 to 1869
Defalcation, branch mint United States, Dahlonega, 1861.
Defalcation, branch mint United-States, Charlotte, 1861...
Deficit, mint United States, New Orleans, 1895

701,85L34

413,557.96
27,950.03
32, 000.00
25, 000. 00

National bank depositories:
Pailure, Venausio National Bank of Franklin, Pa
Failure, First JSJational Bank of Selma, Ala

$28,101, 644. 01

181, 377. 51
33,383.87

Depositories United States:
•
Defalcation, depository United States, Galveston, 1861
Defalcation, depository United Staples, Baltimore, 1866
Defalcation, depository United States, Pittsburg,. 1867
Deficit, depositorj^ United States, Santa.Fe, 1806, short in,
remittance....."
-.

498, 507. 99

214,761.38
778. 66
547. 50
2,126.11
249.90

3, 702.17

Total deficits and defalcations.

1, 418, 822. 88

Total general Treasury

29, 520, 4G7. 79
POST-OUTICE D E P A R T M E N T .

Defalcation,
Defalcation,
Defalcation,
Defalcation,

subtreasury United States, New Orleans, 1861
depository 'United States, Sav.annah, 1861
depository United States, Galveston, 1861
depository United States, Little Rock, 1861

Aggregate




31,164.44
205. 76
83. 36
5,823. 50

37,277.00
29, 557, 744. 85

24
N®»
I

REPORT

ON TPIE

F.INANCES.

I S . — G O L D C O I N AND B U L L I O N I N T H E T R E A S U R Y
. M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878.

AT T H E END

Bullion.
1878—June . . . . . .
July.......
August.-...
September.
October...
November.
December .
1879—January:..
February..
M a r c h ."...
April
May
:..
Juno ......
July
August
September.
October . . .
November.
December.
1880—January..February..
March.....
April......
May
June
July
August....
September.
October . . .
NovemberDecember .
1881—January...
February..
March
April
•..
May
June ......
July
August....
September.
October . . .
November.
December.
1882—January...
February..
March..'...
April
May
Jmie
July
August ...
Sep"tember
October . . .
November.
December .
1883—January...
February..
March
April
May
June
July
August ...
September
October ...
November.
December.
1884—January...
February..
March
April
May....'...
June
July
,
August ...
September
October . . .
November.
December




$122,
124,
126,
126.
132,
135,
128,
128,

136,
299,
834,
987,

831
698
375
235
'25
927, 822
575, 951
792, 903
127, 863, 855
128, 481, 964
128, 368, 932
130, 838, 696
129, 920, 099
128, 019,531
130, 364,253
133, 809, 844
121, 159, 249
102, 559,917
95, 790, 430
96, 468. 601
93: 224, 947
93, 437,767
9 1 538,563
83, 490, 250
82! 660,461
77, 807, 002
77, 008, 066
67, 517,592
. 59, 983, 295
66, 357, 915
61,• 481,245
60, 797, 508
84, 277,451
200,962
85, 178, 856
73, 986, 463
70, 153, 945
.74, 685,434
62, 346,981
82, 610,270
76,
76; 036, 377
85, 647, 043
84, 639, 865
81, 26G, 312
95, 335, 841
95, 238, 892
88, 853, 449
93, 066, 698
i)l, 964,504
87, 795, 405
95, 581,761
101, 298, 687
108. 888, 963
113; 364, 279
119, 523,136
121, 868, 452
125, 446,071
130, 277, 402
132, 185, 385
136, 134,116
141, 824, 496
144, 016, 345
144, 296, 897
144, 446, 727
147, 037, 093
149, 540, 757
152, 608, 393
154, 882,129
154, 863, 976
150, 347,174
150, 638, 694
156, 834,723
160, 836, 986
162, 005, 978
163, 140, 863
164, 957, 455
166, 679. 599
169. ,177,043
171, 553, 205

OF

EACH

Total;

$6, 323, 372 $128, 460, 203
7, 714, 922 132, 014, 620
7, 718, 661 134,548,036
9, 049, 067 136, 036, 302 .
7, 963, 429 140, 872,154
6, 472, 313 142, 400,135
6. 806, 689 135, 382, 640
4, 964, 004 133, 756, 907
5, 401, 704 133, 265, 559
133,416,126
4,934,162
6,151, 208 134,520,140
5, 8-11, 564 136, 680, 260
5, 316, 376 135, 236, 475
7, 497, 952 135,517.483
11,182,137
141, 540, 390
85,797,151
169, 606, 995
50, 358. 465 171, 517, 714
57, 883, 520 160, 443, 437
61, 999, 892 157, 790, 322
57,226, 426 153, 690, 027
53, 525. 811 146, 750, 758
59, 572; 784 144,010,551
138,783,440
47,244,877
45, 219, 246 128,709,496
43, 484, 966 126,145, 427
45, 319, 644 123,126, 646
127, 679, 280
50,071,214
07, 727, 241 135,244,833
80, 742, 658 140,725,953
85. 004, 604 151, 362, 519
95, 260, 851 156, 742, 096
93, 746, 701 154, 544, 209
88, 760, 802 173, 038, 253
88, 467, 201 173, 668,163
97,140, 898 170, 319, 754
92, 783, 696 163, 770,159
89, 017, 716 163,171,661
92, 226, 041 154, 911, 475
87,148, 541 169, 495, 522
97, 751, 075 174, 361, 345
96, 953, 452 172, 989, 829
92, 578, 261 178, 225, 304
87.977,603
172,617,468
83, 880, 477 165,152, 789
78, -422, 033 173, 757, 874
71, 218, 405 166, 457, 357
66, 215, 653 155, 069, 102
60, 918, 848 153, 985, 546
56, 541, 8S6 148, 50G, 390
57, 283, 625 145, 079, 030
53, 722,160 149, 303, 921
51, 440, 420 152. 739,107
50,916,780
159, 805, 743
50, 903, 805 164,267,584
51, 981, 432 171, 504, 568
51, 4-19, 383 173, 817, 835
52, 215, 560 177, 661. 631
54,475,312
184, 752; 714
55. 652, 057 187,837,442
57,175, 927 193, 310, 043
56, 254, 072 198, 078, 568
58, 757, 690 202, 774, 035
59, 876, 078 204,172, 975
61, 683, 816 206,130, 543
62, 392, 847 209, 429, 940
66, 592, 571 216,138, 328
68, 406, 346 219, 014, 739
66,931,227
221, 813, 356
67, 017, 657 221,881,633
GO, 724, 333 211, 071, 507
45, 686, 932 196, 325, 626
44, 797, 665 201,132, 388
44, 539, 608 204, 876, 594
48, 533, 573 210, 539, 551
51, 342, 794 214, 483, 657
52, 946, 587 217, 904, 042
55, 856, 761 222, 536, 360
62, 212, 318 231,380,361
63, 422, 647 234,975,852

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TREASURER.

M©« I 2 « — G O L D C O I N AND B U L L I O N IN THE T R E A S U R Y AT T H E E N D O F E A C H
M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878 —Contill.ued.
Month.
1885—January..
February.
• March.—
April
May
...
June
July
A u g u s t . -.
September
October . . .
November.
December .
1886—January...
February..
March..'...
April
May
Juno ...:..
July.......
August ...
September.
October . . .
November.
December .
1887—January ..
February .
March
April
May
June
July
August ...
September
October...
November.
December.
1888—January ..
February .
March
April
M a y ..June
July ......
August...
September
October . . .
November.
December.
1889-January ..
February .
March
April
May
Juno
July
August...
September
October...
November.
December.
1890—January . .
February .
March
April
May
June..
July
August...
September
October...
. November.
December.
1891—January .,
February .
March
April
May
..
June......
July ......




Bullion.
747, 344
175, 297, 232
177,, 143, 231
177,, 427, 377
178, 039, 678
179,I 952,890
180, 083, 998
180,; 175, 905
180, 198, 974
178, 941. 459
178, 002, 782
180, 793, 981
179, , 402, 994
18? 314, 744
182, 900, 437
185, 335, 205
187, 138, 939
189, 529, 604
190, 001, 215
189, 915, 047
189, 376, 275
187, 168, SOU
185, 730, 177
187, 196, 597
189, 122. 038
191, 602! 707
192, 554, 053
191, 473, 345
192, 461, 995
192, 368, 916
192, 197, 040
189, 187, 480
182, 324, 850
182, 342, 103
181, 883, 796
182, 618, 964
185, 906, 571
187, 745, 300
189, 604, 374
190, 668, 288
195, 832, 419
203, 636, 984
218, 538, 859
223, 307, 190
224, 262, 012
223, 209, 020
224, 176, 751
227, 854, 218
229 051, 535
229; 785, 899
231, 905, 742
233, 591. 115
230, 055, 512
237, 917, 635
238, 741, 837
239, 99G, 048
241, 537, 'ilG
243, 955, 379
246, 337, 464
246, 401, 951
249, 963, 167
252, 460, 026
253, 782, 305
253, 612, 783
253, 784, 358
255, 615, 950
254, 397, 959
252, 748, 502
246, 179, 012
233, 634, 208
280, 118, 362
226, 220, 604
229, 942, 686
233, 469, 299
232, 749, 803
220, 773, 624
193, 929, 831
176, 4.50, 378
174, 091, 456

$64, 420, 631
64, 732, 611
64, 297, 566
65, 734, 818
66, 323, 865
67, 075, 735
69, 283, 598
70,081,513
71, 052, 140
72, 417, 890
73, 942, 796
72, 557, 429
71, 968, 567
GG, 486, 344
59,254,731
55, 245, 328
49, 285, 795
43, 308, 520
43, 650, 307
45, 515, 589
53, 232, 743
-59,663,639
GS, 720, 676
80, 931, 422
85, 018, 430
83,485, 920
83,431,810
83, 863, 571
85,166,756
85, 732,190
89, 099, 877
92, 852, 054
108, 377, 780
120, 202, 502
120,777,483
122, 723, 223
121,902,584
121, 822, 527
121,167, 828
122,132, 999
114, 050, 440
11.0,116,633
108, 012, 533
107, 826, 240
108, 289, 294
108, 479, 213
104, 426, 611
96,919,454
96, 590, 321
96, 6-70, 798
94,795,197
94, 612, 78G
85,241,865
65, 580, 684
62,017,736
64, 052,146
64, 884, 656
64, 554, 236
64, 642, 327
67, 416, 990
66, 080, 287
66,133, 726
66, 443, 489
67, 265,628
67, 548, 895
65, 996, 474
62,138, 864
57,471,618
59, 907, 459
60, 855, 895
63, 642, 518
66, 799, 610
67, 624, 860
63, 362, 654
59, 685, 416
59, 859,416
61, 101, 672
62, 067, 744
62, 736, 957

$237,1G7, 975
240, 029, 843
241, 440, 797
243,162,195
244, 363, 543
247, 028, 025
249, 367, 596
. 250, 257, 418
251, 251,114
251,359,340
251,945,578
253, 351, 410
251,371,561
. 249,801,088
242,155,1G8
240, 580, 533
236, 424, 734
• 232, 838,124
233,651,522
235, 430, 636
242, 609, 018
246, 832,148
254, 450, 853
268, 128, 019
274,140, 468
275, 088, 627
275, 985, 863
275, 336, 916
277,628,751
278,101,106
281, 296, 417
282, 039, 534
290, 702, 630
302, 544, 605
302,661,279
805, 342,187
307, 809,155
309,567,827
310, 772, 202
312, 801, 287
309, 882, 859
313,753,-617
326, 551, 392
331,133, 430
332, 551, 306
331, 688, 233
328, 603, 362
324, 773, 667
325, 641, 856
326, 456, 697
326, 700, 939
328,203, 901
321,297,377
803,504,319
300, 759, 573
304,048,189
805, 871, 772
808,509, 615
310, 979, 791
313, 818, 941
31.0,048,454
318, 593, 752
320, 225, 794
320, 878, 411
321, 333, 253
321,612,424
316, 536, 823
810, 220,120
306, 086, 471
294, 489, 603
293, 755,880
293, 020, 214
297, 567, 546
296, 831, 953
292, 435, 219
280, 633, 040
255, 331, 503
238, 518,122
236, 828, 413

26

R E P O R T ON T H E FINANCES.

M®, 1 2 .

-GOLD

C O I N AND B U L L I O N I N T H E T R E A S U R Y AT T H E E N D O F EACH

MONTH, FROM J U N E , 1878—Contianed.
Month.

Coin.
$175,
178,
189,
-193,
196,
198,
198,
19,8,
193,
193,
180,
170,
166j
164,
166,
167,
156,
147,
137,
138,
121.
115,
110,
103,
78,

1S91—August
^ioptember . . .
October ..--...
November..-..
December
1892—January
.
February
Marcli
April
May
Juno...
July...
August
September . . .
October
November
December
••893—January
Februa;ry
March . . . . . . .
April .
-...
May
June
July
August
September . . .
October
November
December
1 8 9 4 — J a n u a r y .:
February . . . .
March
April
M.ay
Juno
:
July
August
September
October.
..
November
December
,
1895—January
February
M a r c h .'.
April
May
June
Jtily
August
September . . .
October
..
November
December
1896—January
February..:..
March.
April
May.....
Juno
;..
July
August
....
September

w©,.

IS.—SILVER

66, 616,
70, 211,
73, 624,
65, 490,
107, 029;
116, 223,
116, 475,
100, GOO,
86, 605,
73, 872;
76, 944,
79, 002,
•81, 416,
118, 045,
91, 879,
51, 343,
94, 065,
88, 098,
89, 954,
94, 265,
99, 147,
94, 702,
89, 202,
86, 210,
88, 951,
83, 977,
83, 378,
225,
84, 874,
140. 831,
142, 594,
135, 644,
118, 803,
111, 371,
119, 561.
106, •772,
121,

Total.
•$G5,-262,-257"
66, 343, 775
74,-158, 836
78,430, 504
82,-21:.2,.6S9
•84,299,089
83,275,-529
81,194, 877
79,712,-183
77,953,-512
74, 836. 385
76,023,598
75,960,115
76, 055, 422
78,126, 222
79,983, 208
,81, 697, 350
81, 4 52; 478
79,835,048
79,503,760
80, 529, 774
80, 871, 868
78, 345, 510
83,450,3.36
98, 373,-505
101,026,648
96, 657, 273
'90, 910, 622
•84,679,495
77,175, 275
70, 432, 992
•60, 232, 616
53, 716,468
48, 067, 706
44,012,311
47,050,824
43,941,337
44,, 063, 417
44,197, 435
46,305,066
47, 727, 334
46,010,546
44, 527, 722
51, 887, 979
50, 044, 014
53,425, 367
56, 746. 018
60,051,509
^60, 208, 542
57,340,757
54, 409, 512
45, 590, 866
29, 829, 315
15,467,938
26,821,484
29, 054, 663
32, 851, 621
32, 662, 8G0
32,217,-024
30, 640, 941
33, 264, 086
40, 998, 574

$240,744,488
244, 974, 791
263,774,741
271,843.193• 278, 846, 750
282, 753, 884
282,123,392
280, 144, 2G9
273,623,456
271,527. 092
255,577, 706
247, 300, 220
242, 543, 695
249,605,908
244,261,409
247,, 598, 466
238, 859, 802
228, 827,532
217,672,948
218,.378, 233
:2G2,283, 359
196,518,610
188, 455, 433
186, 813, 962
176,423,172
173,209,771
163, 274, 172
161,122,128
158, 303, 779
142, 6G5, 594
177, 4G2, 797
176,456,045
170,192,458
148, 067. 816
131,217,434
120, 922; 836
120, 885, 869
123,065,756
125,613,806
164,350,468
139, 606, 354
97, 353, 776
138, 593, 280
139,486,496
139,998,154
147,090, 978
155,893,932
155, 354, 066
149,41.0, 926
143,557,513
143,360,839
129,567,945
113,198, 707
99,693,357
167, 695. 999
171, 885, 710
16S, 446, 459
151, 307,143
144,020,304
150, 012, 225
139,825,200
16.2,771,311

C O I N AND B U L L I O N I N T H E T R E A S U R Y AT T H E E N D OF E A C H

M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878.

Month.
1878—Juno
July
August.'.....:..,
September
October........
November
December




Standard
dollars.

Bullion.

$7, 718, 357
9,550, 236
11, 292, 849
12,155,205
13, 397, 571
14,843,219
16, 704, 829

$7, 841, 471
7,^65,760
8,982,239
9, 634, 034
8,352, 042
10,159, 491
9, 439, 401

Fractional
coin.

Total.

$6, 860, 506 $21,920,334
7, 079, 667 24. 205, 663
6,478,642
26.753, 730
C, 143,903
27, 933,142
G. 323,132
28,072,745
G, 009, 834 81,012,544
G, 031. 805 82, 176, 095

27

TEEASUEEE.
M®o

I S o — S I L T E R C O I N AND B U L L I O N I N T H E T R E A S U R Y AT T H E E N D OF E A C H
M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878- -Con tinned.

Month.
1879—January . .
February .
March
April
Ma,y
June
July
August...
September
October—
November
December.
1880.—January . .
February.
MarchApril
May......
Juno..
July
August . . .
September
October...
November
December.
1S81—January . .
February.
March....
April
May
..
.Tune
July
August...
September
October...
Novem.bcr
December.
1882—January..
February .
March v....
April
May
.
June
July
August...
September
October...
November
December.
1883—January . .
February.
MarchApril
May
June
July
August...
September
October...
November
December.
1884—January . .
February .
March
April
lV[a.y
June
i5-uly
.August. . .
Sep'tember
Octobei"...
November
December.
1885 —January . .
Febrv.u\ry .
March
April
May
June
July
August...




Standard
dollars.
$17, 874, 457
19, 505 767
21, 558 894.
23, 694 563
26,181 04.5
28,147 351
29, 151 801
30, 678 464
31,559 87032; 322 634
82, 839 207
33; 1.68 064
34.961 611
36, 972 093
38, 780 842
40,411 67342-, 778 190
44, 425 315
40,192 791
47, 495 063
47.. 654 675
47, 084 459
47, 397 453
48,190 518
50,235 102,
52, 939 460
55.176 158
58,044 826
60, 518 273
62, 544 722
04, 246 302
05,948 344
66, 092 667
66, 576 378
68,, 017 452
69, 580 937
72, 421 584
75,138 957
78,. 178 583
81, 595 056
84, 606 043
87,153 816
88,. 840 899
91,106 249
92, 228 649
92, 414 977
92,940 582
94,. 0.16 842
97, 530 969
100,261 444
103, 482 305
106, 366 348
108,898 977
111,914 019
113, 057 052
114, 320 197
114, 587 372
116,036 4.50
117,768 966
119,449 H85
123,474 748
126, 822 399
129, 006 101
130, 314 065
132, 626 753
135, 560 916
137, 092 119
14.0, 615 722
142,058 787
142, 926 725
144, 745 075
146, 502 865
150,032 154
153,561 007
156, 698 482
159, 441 034
162, 244 855
165, 413 112
166, 499 948
166, 854 215

Bullion.
$10, 347, 889
9, 837, 403
8. 688, 261
6,949,046
5, 672, 656
5, 092',, 566
5,112,224
4,904,612
4, 557,.504
3,537,224
4, 323, 098
4,4,92, 421
4, 888, 036
4, 525,. 306
4,. 086, 840
5, 007, 331
4,853,588
5,124, 536
6, 081, 6-18
6,380,258
5, 557, 760
6, 043, 367
6, 255, 390
6.183,.224
6,. 704,197
5,. 356, 308
4,017,7-70
3,.863,583
3, 457,193
3, 309, 949
2, 962,278
2, 732, 863
2, 632,1853,424, 575
3,088,710
8, 607, 830
3, 258, 926
2, 806,. 143
4, 440, 662
3, 239, 033
3,793,664
3, 230, 908
2, 816, 270
2, 730, 710
3, 343, 565
4, 012, 503
8, 769, 220
4, 468,193
3, 7.61, 958
3, 974,114
3, 943. 4G7
8, 478, 750
4,15-7, 218
4, 482. 21G
4,486,638
4, 694, 559
5,107, 911
4, 936, 365
, 4,624,279
4,534,373
4, 674, 433
4, 919, 913
5,.043, 825
5,150, 843
4, 623,158
4, 055, 498
.4,603,610
4,723,420
4, 934,. 405
4,646,497
4, 7-78, 849
4, 716. 055
4,. 613, 582
3, 991,. 130
3, 887, 494
4,042,187
4.098.144
4, 038, 886
3, 944, 837
3, 76G, 196

Fractional
coin.
$6,143, 449
6 278,491
6 428,185
6 621,940
G 813, 589
8 903, 401
12 731, 760
15 236, 724
16 814, 309
17 755, 987
18 432,478
18 881, 629
20 204,810
21 179, 312
21 989,814
22 767, 673
23 577, 092
24 350,482
24 975,714
25 152, 972
24 799, 925
24 629, 490
24 653, 530
24 769, 057
25 490,915
25 813,058
26 283, 892
26 493,613
26 841, 957
27 247.697
27 295,487
27 042, 807
26 313,114
25 984, 688
25 918,252
25 963, 641
26 567,873
26 869, 906
27 187, 681
27 439,184
27 755, 923
28 048,631
28 153,956
27 990, 388
27 426,140
26 -749, 432
26 544, 544
26 521. 692
27 135, 245
27 507,. 276
27 865,994
28 068, 629
28 303,196
28 486, 001
28 058,142
27 819,712
26 750,161
26 712, 424
26 969, 614
27 224,126
28 014, 415
28 490,907
28 866, 556'
29 158, 480
29 377, 200
29 600, 720
29 797, 486
29 659, 003
29 474,161
29 346, 757
29 143,283
29 194, 356
29 901,105
80 244,836
30 632, 326
30 944, 049
8 094. 305
1
31 23G, 899
25 355,020
24 724, 287

Total.
$34, 365, 795
35 621,661
36 675, 340
37 265, 549
38 667,290
42 143,318
46 995, 791
50 819, 800
. 52 931, 683
• 3 615, 845
5
. 55 594,783
56 542,114
60 054,457
62 676,711
64 856, 996
68 186, 677
71 208, 870
73 000.333
77 250,153
79 .028, 203
78 012, 360
77 757,316
. 78 806, 373
79 142, 799
82 430, 214
84 108, 826
85 .477, 820
88 402, 022
90 817,423
93 102,368
94.504,067
95 724, 014
. 95 037,966
95 985, 641
. 97 024, 414
99 161, 408
102 248, 383
815,006
. 104
109 806, 926
112 273, 273
116 155,030
118 433,355
119 811,125
121 887, -653
122 998, 3.54
123 176, 912
123 254,346
125 006, 727
128 428, 172
.131 742, 834
135 291, 766
137 913, 727
141 359, 391
144 882, 236
145 601, 832
148 834, 468
146 445, 444
147 685. 239
149 362,859
151 207, 884
156 1C3, 596
160 233, 219
162 910,482
164 623, 388
166 627,117
169 217,134
172 093. 215
174 998,145
176 467, 353
176 919, 979
178 667, 207
180 413,276
185 146, 841
187 796, 973
191 218, 302
194 427,270
198 037,364
200 GS8, 897
105 799, 805
195 344, G98

28
No.

REPORT ON THE FINANCES.
1 8 , — S I L V E R C O I N AND B U L L I O N I N T H E T R E A S U R Y AT T H E E N D OF. EACH

MONTH, FROM J U N E , 1878—Continned.
Month.
1885—September
October
November
December.
1886—January..
February.
March
April
May ......
June
July
August...
September.
October —
November,
December.
1887—January..
February.
March
April
May
June
July
August—
September
October...
November
December.
1888—January . .
February.
March
. April
May
June
..
July
August...
September
October...
November
December.
1889—January . .
February .
M a r c h .."..
April
May
June
July
August —
September
October —
November
December.
1890—January . .
February.
March .i'..
April
May
Julie
J uly
August...
September
October...
November
December
1891—January . .
February .
March
April
May
June
July
August...
SeptemberOctober . . .
November
December.
1892-January ..
F(jbruary .
March . . . .
April




Standard
dollars.
$165,
163,
165,
165,
169,
171,
174,
175,
178,
181,
181,
181,
181,
182,
184,
188,
193,
198,
201,
205,
209,
211,
211,
213,
213,
214,
215,
218,
223,
227,
232^
236,
240,
243,
245,
247,
248,
249,
251,
254,
259,
263,
267,
271,
275,
279.
280:
282,
282,
283,
286,
288
293,
297:
802,
806!
309,
313,
314,
316,
815,
315,
317,
320,
326,
331,
334,
338,
343,
347,
848,
349,
848,
34.7,
348,
349,
351,
352,
354,
355,

Bullion.

Fractional
coin.

Total.

$3, 916,123
$23, 641, 894 $193, 041, 738
3, 840, 536
22, 965, 536 190, 623, 414
8, 583, 956
. 27, 920, 309 197, 072, 283
3, 797, 041
27, 796, 431 197, 311, 662
3, r58, 783
29, 013, 994 201, 756,162
. 2, 612, 968
28, 811, 038 203,229,912
2, 271,104 . 28,822,638 205, 794, 727
2, 556, 522
28, 864, 483 207, 349, 507
1, 947, 762
28, 912, 277 209,112, 084
28, 904, 682 213, 250, 446
3, 092,198
28, 584, 625 213, 894. 619
3, 786, 070
27, 956, 992 212, 995, 389
3, 268, 940
26, 899, 745 211, 920, 782
3, 758, 394
26, 300, 336 213,039,516
3,807,949
25, 808, 067 214, 811, 388
4,091,388
4, 739, 377
25, 660, 935 218,906,550
4, 877, 039
26, 823, 525 -225,164, 847
4, 700,183
26, 482, 472 229, 295, 415
8,639,452
26, 601, 614 236, 913, 438
10,134, 361
26, 891, 077 242, 814, 260
9, 869, 629
27, 064, 743 245, 986, 939
10, 917, 435
26, 977, 494 249, 378, 899
12, 278, 674
26, 691,106
250, 498, 671
12,177, G24
26,148, 531
251, 538, 603
12, 005. 909
24,984,219
250, 033, 924
11,683,032
24,468,135
250, 326, 699
10,831,655
24,158, 004 250, 872,102
9,961,866
24, 327, 529 253, 206, 984
10, 219, 546
25, 019, 973 259,157,899
10, 305,153
25, 355, 432 263, 608, 078
10, 024, 976
25, 566, 280 207, 628, 530
9, 937, 442
25, 750, 228 271, 844, 064
9, 357, 041
275, 823, 883
25,878,872
10, 619, 754
26, 051, 741 280, 550, 982
11, 066, 054
26, 034, 462 282, 899, 2S1
10, 973, 204
25, 746, 759 284, 579, 865
10, 645, 833
24, 738, 696 284,17G, 063
10, 559,114
24, 088, 769 284, 627, 323
10, 734, 583
23, 801, 676 286, 511, 764
10, 865, 237
23, 655, 458 288, 927, 564
10, 600, 677
24, 449, 597 294,8G7,603
10, 762, 958
24, 715, 021 298, 992, 565
10,801,669
24, 921, 004 303, 008, 849
10,755, 082
24, 975, 567 307, 057, 392
310, 901, 379
10, 291, 861
25,125,295
314, 818,108
25,129,733
10, 603, 692
11, 860, 283
25, 012, 877 317,255,555
11, 348,140
24, 766, 455 318, 693, 459
11,286,828
23, 864, 841 318,135, 219
10, 918,171 • 22,737,900 817,195, 592
318, 557, 664
10, 322, 870
22,133, 430
321,192,506
10, 729, 078
21, 927, 928 327, 293, 628
11,557.760
. 22, 506, 504 331, 491,103
11,156,952
22, 758, 530 335, 560, G14
10,709, 439
22, 814, 565 338,851,390
22, 989, 474 341, 845, 904
9, 432, 627
22, 902, 558 346, 714, 586
8,955,254
22, 805, 226 348, 737, 694
10, 649, 450
22, 333, 891 350, 762, 543
11, 658, 805
21, 858, 259
12, 832, 692
20, 563, 709 350, 544, 535
14, 485, 014
19. 551, 410 351, 825, 627
16,995, 315
19, 0()G, 586 355, 046,114
18, 796, 046
20, 299, 954
18, 987, 690 359, 721, 626
21,277,979
19, 973, 211 367, 998, 246
22, 671, 532
3-74, 064, 649
20,352,665
25,870,333
20, 486, 094 381, 040, 794
27, 600, 434
20, 568, 406 386,757,849
29,172, 111
20, 063, 882 392, 240, 441
81,729,052
19, 656, 695 399, 361, 974
30, 583,124
19, 868,142 404, 422, 655
40,146, 730
18, 440, 722 407, 844, 023
43, 973, 513
16, 846, 620 409,161, 326
47,580, 682
15,196, 379 410,116, 968
50,316,836
14, 889, 585 412, 898, 841
53, 969, 468
13, 789, 325 416, 976, 342
57, 940, 646
14, 494, 842 424, 088, 598
61, 401, 457
14, 787, 832 429,109, 509
65, 720, 466
434,531,000
14,746,917
68, 912, 657
14, 600, 427 439, 013, 987

29

TREASURER.

M o . I S . — S I L V E R C O I N AND B U L L I O N I N T H E T R E A S U R Y AT T H E E N D OF EACH
M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.
Month.
1892—May
June
July
August...
September
October...
November
December.
1893—January..
February .
March
April
May
June
July
August...
September
October...
November
December.
1894—January . .
February.
March
April
May
June
July
August.. September
October...
November
December.
1895—January . .
February .
March
April
May
June
July
August...
September
October...
November
December.
1896—January . .
February.
March
April
May
June
July
August...
September

standard
dollars.
$356, 468,
357, 189,
357, 384,
857, 343,
356, 173,
354, 740,
854, 536,
855, 054,
857, 410,
358, 474,
359, 490,
860, 859,
361, 278,
362, 302,
363, 108,
357, 677,
360, 499,
360 606,
360, 906,
861, 463,
363 597,
864 758,
365 807,
866, 677,
367 380,
368 141,
368 796,
368 991,
366 900,
365, 332,
364 726,
364, 537,
366, 753,
368 177,
369. 009,
369, 713,
i370, 464,
371, 306,
371, 542,
370, 704,
368, 142,
364, 935,
364, 528,
364, 083,
866, 659,
869, 273,
371, 497,
874 187,
876 572,
878 614,
879 852,
881 056,
380 688,

Bullion.

Fractional
coin.

$72, 501, 576
76, 669,151
80, 479, 594
83, 483, 551
86, 000, 554
89, 372,154
92, 999, 927
9G, 743, 988
99, 282, 961
102,973, 771
106, 709,122
110, 315,196
114, 289,140
118,173,820
119,277,735
122, 200, 760
124, 242, 787
126, 261, 553
127, 262, 267
127,207,874
127, 215,171
127, 216, 957
127, 220, 207
127, 228,437
127, 231, 643
127, 267, 347
127,113, 753
126, 454, 771
126,104, 475
125, 261, 863
125,851,523
125, 014,161
124, 852, 679
124, 551, 874
124, 673,187
124, 583, 685
124, 528, 559
124,479.849
124, 670, 701
124, 687, 226
124, 652, 406
124, 721, 501
124,603,759
124,612,532
124, 575,129
123,171, 286
122,187, 206
120, 939, 560
119, 989, 914
119,053,695
118, 753, 758
116, 681, 740
114, 829, 399

$443 429, 508
448, 083, 116
452, 017, 530
454, 403. 173
454, 725, 784
455 612, 113
458 496, 139
462, 369, 518
468, 040, 081
472 420, 542
477 364, 392
481, 788, 691
486, 902, 566
492, 332, 471
494, 942, 945
492, 579, 409
498, 239, 085
499 535, 480
499, 587, 603
500 310, 529
506 745, 075
508 570, 076
209
510 101, 465
511 408, 954
512 194, 709
513 298,
513, 880, 682
513, 167, 330
353
.509, 814, 714
506, 018, 458
504, 802, 456
504, 035, 384
507, 087, 908
508, 859, 880
510, 259, 574
510, 818, 651
511, 582, 751
512 338, 150
512 746, 345
511, 447, 525507, 677, 189
503, 083, 742
502, 164, 555
501, 460, 819
.505, 421. 460
507, 265, 744
508 930, 117
510, 580, 837
512 199, 714
513, 398, 147
514, 610, 701
513, 647, 845
510 644,

M o . I 4 o — U N I T E D STATES N O T E S , TREASURY N O T E S , AND NATIONAL-BANK NOTES
IN THE T R E A S U R Y A T T H E E N D O F E A C H M O N T H , F R O M J U N E , 1878.

Month.
1878—June
July
August—
September
October...
November
December
1879—January . .
February.
March
April
May
June
July
August...




^ United
States notes.
$72, 020,121
77,105, 859
78, 348, 254
73, 049, 340
74,175, 606
73, 655, 404
69,582,505
71, 024, 531
81,169,973
75, 829, 669
70, 444, 823
77,550,442
74,391,904
63, 791, 466
70, 597, 606

Treasury
notes.

Nationalbank notes.
$12, 789, 923
14, 119, 544
11, 772, 829
260,764
370, 449
055, 844
469,162
874, 371
233, 225
542,552
762,196
661,786
286, 701
188.445
188, 655

Total.
$84,810,044
91,225,403
90,121,083
82, 310,104
80, 546, 055
81, 711, 248
78, 051, 667
88, 398, 902
91, 403,198
81, 372, 221
78, 207,019
92, 212, 228
82,678,605
70, 979, 911
75, 736, 261

30
.

REPORT ON THE FINANCES.

M M . 1 4 , — U N I T E D STATES NOTES,- T R E A S U R Y N O T E S , AND NATION.AL-BANK N O T E S
IN T H E T R E A S U R Y AT THE. END OF- E A C H M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878—Continned.

Month.
1879—September
„.„.....
October
Novem ber
.....
December-1880—Jajiuary
February
Mai-ch
April
May...
Juno
July....
August
September
OctoberNovember
December
18M—January..
,.
Februarj^'.
March...
April
May......
June...
July
AugustSeptember
..
October....
November
December
1882—January
February.
,..
March. April May
June
•
July
August.—
September.
October
—......
November...
December
1883—January:
February.
March
April
May
.
Juno
July
....:..
August
September
October
November
,..
December.
1884—January . . . .
February
March
April
May
.
June.
;.
July
August
September
October
November
December
1885—Jpcuuary
February
March
April
May
June
July
•
August
September
October
November
December
1886-January
F e b r u a r y ...,
March
,..
April




United
States notes.

Treasury
notes.

Nationalb a n k notes.
$4,3-21,302
3< 658,168
3,208,277
3, 242, 708^
6.885,966
4; 242, 984S,-606v364'
5-, 588, 0498. 983, 508
7,090,250
7, 237, 795'
4i 335, 9063, 575, 4404,197, 224
Sj 702, 629
4, 242, 828^
6, 342, 410
4i 144-, 8954,- 321, 844
5f 988;259
7, 784^ 186
5^ 296, 382
5i 532, 7084i 273, 5414-, 551-, 400
4-, 739, 5474, 556, 305
5; 677, 60-17, 377, 995
5-, 484, 211
4-, 516, 077
C, 180, 209
7,418,24-5
6,- 277, 247
8, 428, 411
7.28-7,442
6, 828-, 786
C, 370, 052
G, 311,110
G; 532, 021
10, 486, 291
6,761,52-7
4,19d-, 135
6, 343, 015
8-, 361, 571
8^ 217, 062
8, 343, 000
6, 019-, 802
G-, 017, 7106, 428-, 180
7, 070, 474
8, 955-, 820
M , 746,-74512,048,941
7, 862, 360
9, 950, 326
7,533,779
8, 809, 991
10,529,336
11, 614, 068
11, 078, 957
10,171,655
30,525,634
10, 329, 994
13, 880, 648
9,774,141
7, 312, 940
8,120,660
9, 806, 087
9, 945, 711
8,081,130
7. 556,1086,196, 408
5, 438. 241
n, 775, 356
5, 347, 767
9, 951, 057
7, 961, 334
3, 392, 208
3, 831, 002

Total.
$52,494,556
41,180,735
33,181, 731
25V903, 202
31.185. 528
30, 392, 077
27; 686, 445
32, 062, 329
39, 816, 528
40,110,809
41, 336, 919
35, 985, 755
30,724,053
26, 616, 217
23, 277, 566
19^ 984, 646
25,524,026
26, 351, 496
25, 660, 042 .
28, 915, 845
34,-706, 491
35,500,4-74
85.157, 618
33,594,410
31, 681, 5B2
31, 021, 316
30, 957, 383
3.1, 670, 491
36,092,389
35.186, 061
32, 887, 492
34, 808, 033
39, 356, 935
40, 947, 836
43,398,001
43,171, 383
38, 770, 944
36,059,248
36, 902, 502
34, 986, 416
44,- 078, 528
39.506.344
84, 077, 698
37,312,638
41, 833, 396
44, 715, 901
45, 975, 646
43, 811, 568
43, 212,130
43, 541, 217
46,945,118
48, 600, 069
56, 902, 934
57,857,573
58, 767, 018
55, 716.159
46, 265, 620
48, 993, 793
53,257,326
52,457, 622
47, 603, 830
44,113, 827
42,726,317
46- 829, 569
5-7,839,117
58„700, 963
53, 996, 228
54,986,350
60. 223,196
54, 993, 090
56, 500,127
63, 214 764
57, 325,740
51,133, 582
49,065,999
47,078,967
57, 841, 446
55.158, 626
45, 606, 688
41, 434, 776

M

TREASURER.

W ® . ' 1 4 o — U N I T E D STATES N O T E S , T R E A S U R Y .lSro.TF:s, AND NATIONAL-BANK N O T E S
IN THE TREASURY AT T H E E N D OF EACH M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.
Unitetl
States notes.

Month.
.1883—May
June

-

August
September
October
November
December—
1887—January
February
Maxell

—
•-...
—

:

May
Juno
July
.
August
September
October
November
December......... -.
1888-Jan uary
,
,
F e b r u a r y ...,.
Mai'ch
Julie
July
.August
September
October
INovemtoer
December
1889—Janu.ary
February
M a r c h .'.

o
.'

.....
..-

—
,
....

.o

:..

,..,
..,.

J"i2ne
July ..
August
.-. -.
September
October
—
November
December
1890—January
February
March
A p r i l .'.
May
Juno
July
August
September
October
N o v e m b e r •.
December
1891—pJanuary
February
March
c:
April
May....
tFune
July
August
September.
October
November
December
1892—January
February
March
;
ii.pril
May
June
July
August.......
Seplember..,.
October
NoA'ember
December.

.-.
-.

..

.—
:
-•.

.-...
-




...

$40, 244, 09S
41, 118,317
41, 044,142
40, •74,G47
44, 224, 081
38, 107,305
30, •573,188
29, 679,326
33, 003,.682
83, 869, ,202
28, •294,.938
28, •575, 474
:30, 757, 376
28, .783,797
28, .093, 740
,28; 287,-539
•24;,145,212
22, , 476, 067
23, 4 5 3 , 2 2 0
.22, 4 0 9 , 4 2 5
28, G60,469
33,, 482, 087
38,,085, 623
•39,,.046, 614
•46, 158,200
52, 398,204
55, 030, 740
56, 225, 393
53, 358, 963
•48, 393, 320
-46, 562,.95G
41, 125, 860
43, 361,498
4 5 , 220,511
39, 501,231
•38, 350,137
43, 940,387
46, .336, 085
•47, 939,366
•48, -870,935
36, 445,258
29, ,813,501
:24, 959,022
15, 673,925
19, 236,-224
19, 823, 865
14, , 579, 657
16, , 004, 411
19, ,747,799
23,,634,190
23,, 983, 412
19, 393,710
12, , 765, 2S0
12, 263, 263
11,, 105, 720
10, 005,631
18, .355,508
18, 676,165
12, 650, 818
14, 496, 398
19, 362, 270
•22, 966,744
26, 788, 452
- 28, 984, 580
19, 949, 815
14, 127,027
13, 316,707
.12, 913,665
16, 583, 703
24, 549, 328
22, 776, 054
21, 895,155
• 28, 227,714
34, 866,176
34, 828, 738
29, 132, 596
• 24, 077, 858
14, 600, 782
12, 908,139
15, 747, 476

Treasury
notes.

$2, 283,100
962, 500
2, 481, 649
2, 039,144
2,193,717
3, 702, 294
4, 279,421
3,171,227
4,710, 946
7, 565, 067
9, 765. 252
11,309,957
13, 937, 685
7, 045. .902
2, 251, 786
1, 976, 866
2,031,045
5, 514, 681
9, 517, 659
l l , 996, 788
11,726,920
10, 323, 314
3, 060, 414
8, 809, 869
5, 268, 551
5, 482. 485
2,043,810
1,919.154
2, 705, 967

Natiionalb a n k notes.

Total.

$4,962,150
.^45,206,:248
4 , 034,416
45, -152, 733
,3,-792,409
44,836, 551
.2,878, 520
49, 653,167
2,104, 764 . 46,-328, 845
- -3,192,748
41,300,051
.2,522, 033
39,995,221
3,012, .335
32, 691, 661
4, ,600, 322
37, 610, 004
3,,072,,561
36,941,763
2, .558,-485
30, 853, 423
3,480,653
.32,056,127
.3,.:927, 245
34,684,621
.2, 362, .585
31,146,382
.3,142,105
,31, 235, 845
. ,3,354,-726
:31,642, 265
.2. 938, 593
27,083,805
4,157,.980
26,634,047
3,131,864
•26,-285,084
- 4,919,434
27,328,859
7, 782, ,203
36, 442, 672
. G,. 855, 4-77
:39, 837, 564
. .5,323,787
38, 409, 410
.5,942,194
44,988, 808
6,702,811
52, 861, Oil
7,954, 221
59, 452, 425
8,218,834
63, 249, 574
7, 880, .157
64,105,550
.6,023,307 . 59,'382, 270
4, .167. 954
.52,561,274
- 3.,,381,456
49,944,412
4, 068,.046
45,193, 906
5,439,229
48,800,727
.3, 433, ,572
48, ,654, 083
. 3,054,267
42,555, 498
.3,.686,890
42,037, 027
4, 703, 087
48,-.643,474
. .4,158,341
50, 494,416
-3,632,535
51, .571, 901
4,590, 661
.53, 401, 596
3, ,8^3,721 . 40,328,979
5,211,415
35,024,916
4,251,973
29,210,995
4, 500, 355
.20,174, 280
6,172, 760
25, 408, 984
4, 339, 314
24, 163,179
3,987,196
18, 516, 853
3, 942, 536
19, 946, 947
4, 289, 295
24,037,094
4,351,767
27, 985, 957
4, 766, 359
28,749,771
.5,063,228
26,690, 038
4, 620, 511
18, 848, 301
3, 662, 638
18,407,550
3,416,944 . 16,501,808
3, 849, 587
15, 548, 935
6, 820,151
28,377,953
4,970,038 . 27,926,224
3,415,237
19,23-7, 282
4, 055, .760
23,'263,104
5,189,490
32, lie, 827
5,055,174
38, 387,170
5,924,-947
44, 023, 356
6,822,252
49,744, 517
.5,695,080
32, 690, 797
5,738,'795
22,117, 608
4,841,754
20,134,827
4, 651,.152
19,595,802
6,028,889
.28,127,273
4, 792, 427
38, 859. 414
3,884,496
38,657, 338
4, 409,486
38,631,561
5,071,384
43,622, 412
5, 376, 893
43,903,483
5, 931, 7-78
44,570,385
G, 623, 311
41,024, .458
7, 701, 652
37,261, 995
7, 208, 009
23,-852,601
5, .828, 486
20,655,779
6, 043, .059
24,496,502

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REPORT

ON T H E FINANCES.

N o . 1 4 . — U N I T E D STATES N O T E S , T R E A S U R Y N O T E S , AND NATIONAL-BANK N O T E S
IN THE T R E A S U R Y AT T H E E N D O F EACH M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.

Month.
1893—January..
February .
March
April
May
June
..
July..-...:
August...
September.
October...
November
December.
1894—January..
February.
March
April
May
June
July
August—
September
October...
November
December.
1895—January..
February.
March . . . .
April
!May
June.
July......
August...
September
October...
November
December.
1896—January . .
February.
March
April
May
June
July
August...
September

Mo.

United
States notes.

32,
29,
26,
27,
25,
22,
15,
14,
24,
35,
44,
47,
53,
56,
62,
76,
77,
82,
82,
79,
66,
69,
81,
89,
84,
89,
79,
79,
81,
75.
99,
106,
107,
111,
115,
100,
106,
114,
109,
121,
121,
109,
114,
97,

Treasury
notes.

Nationalbank notes.

Total.

$4, 019,143
$7, 768,170
$38, 774,191
5, 420, 240
5, 578,128
43, 504, 642
6. 533, 867
3,827,111
40, 248,180
10, 290, 675
5, 085, 299
42, 249, 873
10, 684, 691
5, 243, 455
43, 586, 839
8,982,738
36, 316, 599
G, 528, 533
30, 418, 972
4, 512, 210
3, 620,150
22, 662, 292
4, 461, 749
3,157, 587
24, 762, 432
2, 494, 841
7, 815, 481
38, 272, 360
11,566,766
1, 916, 606
50, 904,114
12, 808, 547
2, 683, 223
57, 691, 714
12,357, 628
1,194,884
64,144, 583
14, 526, 887
2,315,506
77, 673, 385
12, 640, 479
11,962,418
78,431,931
10, 758, 809
11,583,462.
82, 774, 725
11,786,958
8, 750, 439
96, 216, 977
12, 605, 052
7, 520, 998
17, 722, 408
6, 598, 893 102, 229, 946
22, 528, 599
4, 895, 465 109, 540, 855
27, 598, 929
5, 567,162 116, 072, 004
30, 113, 893
5, 017, 748 114, 529,176
99, 601, 671
. 4,970,188
28, 425,172
4,169, 283 100, 343, 974
26, 404,164
4, 759, 972 115,049,080
28, 369, 950
33, 571, 316
6, 333,175 . 129, 586,164
36, 455, 457
5,154, 298 126, 302, 508
28, 872, 489
4, 449, 893 123, 067, 639
4, 959, 625 111,990,707
27, 743, 971
4, 899, 226 114, 731, 683
80, 089, 473
30,109, 692
4, 643, 489 116, 324, 741
31, 485, 899
5, 642, 488 112, 460, 076
85, 058, 618
7, 600, 591 141, 803, 472
36, 630, 854
G, 018, 775 148,966,229
26, 565, 611
G, 523, 602 140, 783, 949
142,433, 223
24, 322, 958
6,391,74G
22, 044, 511
7, 068,137
144, 932, 791
27,103, 095
10, 409, 650 188, 447, 921
30, 644, 730
8, 630, 538 145, 497,711
32, 352, 314
7,110, 998 153, 855, 846
32,148, 255
7, 587,158
149, 067, 048
33, 304, 774
10, 002, 385 164, 425, 420
31, 465, 919
10, 668, 620 166, 364,197
34, 394, 748
11, 933, 422 155,598,648
164, 010, 408
35,478, 756
13,815,870
36, 0-10, 233
12, 834, 494 146, 008, 443

15o—GOLD CERTIFICATES, SILVER CERTIFICATES, AND CURRENCY
CERTIFIC A T E S IN THE T R E A S I H ^ . Y AT THE END OF EACH MONTII, FROM J U N E , 1878.

Month.
1878—June
July
August...
September
October...
November
December.
1879—January . .
February .
March
April
• May
June
July
August...
September
October...
November
December.
1880—January . .
February.
March
April
May
June




Gold
Silver
Currency
certificates. certificates. certificates.
$19,469, 320 $1,455,520
18,170, 420
2, 647, 940
20, 794, 220
4,424,600
9, 392, 920
1, 316, 470
9, 901, 520 2, 639, 560
9, 845,120
1, 907, 460
391, 420
2, 082, 770
544,020
2,170, 840
400, 220
1. 976, ,320
50, 740
2, 074, 830
G2,140
1,779,340
33, 580
1,922,820
133,880
2, 052, 470
43, 800
2, 014, 680
120, 000
1, 976, 960
67, 700
8, 045,130
218, 400
4,531,479
183, 740
5,173,188
740, 960
4, 888, 658
61,100
5, 063, 456
327, 300
4, 797, 314
Cll, 500
5,611,914
173, 800
5, 428, 354
39, 800
6, 322, 731
40,700
6,584,701

Total.

$.570, 000 $21, 494, 840
460, 000
21, 278, 360
P, 460, 000
26, 678, 820
1,345,000
12, 054, 890
12, 721, 080
180,000
2,120, 000
13, 872, 580
1, 510, 000
3, 984,190
755, 000
3, 469, 860
9, 425, 000
11,801,-540
2,580,000
4, 705, 570
1,140, 000
2, 981, 480
1,155. 000
3,111,400
1,450,000
3, 636, 350
590, 000
2,648,480
• 960,000
3, 056, 960
1,975,000
5, 087, 830
• 2, 315, 000
7, 059, 879
685,000
6,041,928
425, 000
6, 054, 618
215, 000
5, 839, 556
670, 000
5, 794, 614
175, 000
6, 398, 414
175, 000
5, 777,154
600, 000
6,962,531
6, 985, 401
860,000

33

TREASURER.

"NOo 1 5 . — G O L D C E R T I F I C A T E S , S I L V E R C E R T I F I C A T E S , AND C U R R E N C Y C E R T I F I CATES IN THE TREASURY AT THE E N D OF EACH MONTH, FROM J U N E , 1878—Cont'd.

Month.
1880—July
August
September .
October....
November .
December..
1881—January . . .
February..
March
April
May
June
July
August
September.
October
November .
December..
1882-- J a n u a r y . . .
February..
March.!:...
April
May
June
July
August
SeptemberOctober
November .
December..
1883—January . . .
February . .
March . ' . . . .
April
May
June
July
...
August
September.
October
November .
December..
1884-- J an u ary . . .
February..
March
April
May
June
July
August
September.
October'....
November .
December..
1885-- J a n u a r y . . .
February . .
Marcli
April......
- May
June
July
August
September.
October
November .
December..
1886—January . . .
February . .
March
April
"May
,
Julie
. July
August
September .
October
November .
December..
1887—January . . .
February..

FI 9 6 


Gold
certificates
$32, 600.
36, 800
31, 600
6,800
19.120
130, 500
50, 080.
312, 080
142, 900
1,400
36, 320
23, 400.
1,700
3, 800
9,600
3,700
8,800
7,900
15,800
1,000
2,500
8,100.
1,500
,990,170
950, 270
105,030
107,300
296, 270
525,210
935,420
869, 000
571, 270
383, 440
445, 200
480, 300
252,760
035,300
446, 780
788,000
600,070
424.250
415,395
686, 780
246, 020
525, 830
701, 980
546, 960
477,750
701, 060
343, 730
299,150
426, 930
689,990
625, 290
371,350
593,410
322,320
606, 230
249, 240
115, 850
492, 968
350, 479
060, 709
671, 010
797, 927
396, 875
735, 670
129, 870
258,860
693,980
654,820
878, 458
469,694
485, 804
843. 632
256;230

Silver
certificates.
$5,758,
5, 518,
6, 318,
7, 333,
8, 572:
9,454
9, 985,
10, 856,
10, 733,
11, 522,
11,1
12,055,
11,-181
11, 516,
11,559,
7,488,
7, 089,
6, 3.59,
7, 462,
8, 549.
8,931
8, 872,
10, 509.
11, 590,
12,361
11, 7oo;
8, 364,
7, 987
5, 752,
4, 405,
4,306,
5, 268
6, 865
8, 887,
8, 305,
15, 996,
15, 542,
17, 276,
15, r
14,244.
13, 800,
13, iso;
18,179,
13, f
20,488.
20, i
19,936,
23, 384,
25, 265!
26, 903,
26, 769,
30, 814,
28, 951
23, 302,
27., 337.
29, 951
30, 861,
32,141,
35,575,
88. 370.
40, 340,
42, 712,
31,722,
31, 966,
32, 034,
31,164
33, 978:
34,837'
32, 410,
81,141
30,411
27, 86i;
27, 728,
25, 571.
22, 555,
1.7, 562
14,137
7, 838,
6, 737
5, 466,

Currency
certificates.
$590, 000
105, 000
90,OGO
150,000
75, 000
25, OGO

Total.

$6,380,931
5, 660, 621
6, 440, 369
7,490,519
8, 666, 414
9, 609, 919
10, 035, 663
825, 000
11, 493, 543
11,115, 985
- 240, 000
11, 563, 608
40, 000
. 12,025,030
12, 354, 201
275, 000
11, 397, 788
215,000
11, 095, 232
175, 000
11,779,330
210, 000
35, 000
7, 527, 600
7,153,180
55,000
0, 409, 910
50,000
70, 000
7, 540, 030
8, 670, 270
105,000
9,146, 930
215, 000
8, 998, 790
125, 000
10, 776, 660
265, 000
11, 673, 720
75, 000
12, 872. 990
510, 000
11, 885, 330
185. 000
8,494,430
130,000
23, 087, 430
110,000
21,713,240
10, 000
29, 520, 030
10, 000
29. 473, 950
00, 000
87, 774, 820
210, 000
38, 640, 550
250, 000
41, 877, 680
55,000
32,189,940
15,000
315, 000 ' 38,882,415
38, 951,170
25, 000
45,812,020
90, 000
43,123,580
75, 000
45, 572, 520
75, 000
40,941,910
100,OGO
40, 707, 670
80, 000
37,012, 020
45, 000
44, 580,170
90, 000
56, 432, 835
520, GOO
65, 306, 645
105,000
59, 643, 400
20,OGO
195,000
50. 825, 700
65, 000
51, 856, 810
150, 000
56, 755, 210
60, 631, 430
315, 000
63, 377, 720
85, 000
55, 772, 650
120, 000
49, 806,110
160. OGO
49, 682, 040
45, 000
70,758,810
380, 000
69,556, 605
1, 005, 000
60, 816, 430
50, 000
50, 261, 940
315,000
52,164,110
200, 000
260, 000
57, 923, 300
60, 014,120
695,00b
54; 667, 230
C95,000
63, 432, 364
410, 000
219,000
66, 737, 432
65, 779, 790
265, 000
260, 000
58, 299, 476
68, 893, 670
385, 000
80, 048, 502
840, 000
83, 762, 980
225, 000
585, 000
82, 731, 686
250, 000
83, 241, 320
80,457,218 .
470, 000
75, 775, 472
1,510,000
63, 360, 310
150, 000
54, 460, 760
20, 000
48, 886, 979
280, 000
35, 024, 236
200, 000
25,681,020
100, 000
29, 972, 577
250, 000

m

REPORT ON T H E :FINANCES.

M@.. I S o — ^ G O T D ClSRTIFICATES., . S l L V E R :C-EKTIF.ICATES., .AND C U R R E N C Y C E R T I F I .-CATES I N -THE T R E A S U R Y AT .T£HE.END O F - E A C H . M O N T H , FRO-M. JUNE,.1878—Cont'd.

Month.
1S87—March
April
May...,
Juno—..,...,....,
J-uly.-..
August
•Se/ptem-ber
October-t—
:Novem.ber—
December
1888—Jaaiuary
F'ebruary
March.:
April.....
.May
.-dune—.-.,...
July
August
• September..
October.
N o v e m b e r ..,
December.
1889—J:.aaiuary:
,
•February...,.
March
April
May
•J u n e

August
Septembor
October.....
November
December..—
•1-890—January.. 1
•Fobruairy
M a r c h ....
".
Aiuil
•May
•June
.
•July--..
August...
•September
October
. N o verab.er
:D,ecember ....,
.1891—Jaiuiary
February
March..'....
April.-.
May
June
—
'J^^y
.-August
- September
Oelober
'November
i:)ecember..
1892—January
,
Februa-rv
March.."
A;iDTil......
M a y -. '....-..
•Juiie . . . . . —
August
•September..
October
November
December
1893—Jan u a i T
•February
-Marcli .
April....
' M a y ....
June
;
.July
.August
September
•October........




..,
—

-;. .
--

.,.
,...
....
.-

-•

.:.

..-

—

Gold
icertificates.

Silver
certificates.

$29, 757,610
28, 905, 040
32,101, 358
30,261,380
18, .098,560
.23,608,207
29,-154,288
32, 858, .158
39,:974,838
31,610,394
20,-.668,:21O
26,962,168
29, 651., 464
2.0,8.53,50.0
33,5-74,110
22,135,.780
S0,234,-<688
36, 591,.356
25.,516,.4.i0
26,163,492
37,441,932
36, .127,-702
25, 043,.-518
:24, 802, 813
.26,586,125
.20, .783,433
27, .35,0,140
.37,235,:.7.93
•34,6.69,.943
39,557.233
42,673., 8.03
34, .925, 823
a0,.668,..O,Q6
31,.316,106
20,452,870
28,222,835
24, .614, .210
24, .142,.20O
• 27,473, ..120
26,162, .960
27,5.77,120
33, .0.05,730
.16.058, 780
.36,482, .6,90
43, .755,,570
31, .384,690
19, 8.92,.050
25.155,770
.24,6:50,460.
2.7., 3,99, :200
36,777.810
31.606,630
34, .004, 820
37, 721...280
28..332,490
2O,J.90,420
19,-202,1.76
17.472,7.20
•17,486, .810
18.150,140
•23,673.770
21, .931, .180
•14-., .470, 520
;15,:363. 590
:17.,738,;5O0
:23,.847,210
:25,3.45,.:590
23,181,. 990
19,;632,830
24,-254,750
.15, 729..770
7, 782;-260
;5,135,430
.,8,,888,-310
3,.32-4, 670
1,071,170
. -93,710
,565..876
.129, 220
.115,860

...$0,212,. 849
.$410, .0.06
.5,007,700.
16.0,6.00
5, 289,.164
• -410, GOO
3,.425,,.133
.310, OGO
4, 209, 659
3.50, 000
5,996,743
420,000
:3,..919,841
150, .060
3,451, 494.
.1.70,600
4,-413, 446
.320, 0.06
6,339,570.
.130, .0.00
.280, 060
14,-930,517
440,-0.00
.21,166,469
.65.0,-0.06
19,37.0,425
1.00,, OGO
18,316, .109
,470, 000
20, 458,-423
-250, ,C.G0
-29,104,:396
,100,600
:23, 361, 286
15,528, 762
90,'600
9,819,875
.580, .060
7,404,0-24
.390,600
. .8,834,485.
1=50,600
470, .000
3,-958, 567
4, 717,113
:95,-,0.OO
286, .000
5,717, 898,
• .510,-6.00
4, 760, 236
J-1Q,O.06
3,-.451,830
:2.70.,6.0O
6,205,689
.240,660
.5,527,301
.5,. 651,, 271
3,0, 000
.460,000
.6,141. 570
"7'70, .0.06
-3.878,652
350, 000
2,328,373.
.6,10.600
-2,.419,.i74
,570, .060
2, 252, 966
3,254,118
..9.0,0.06
4,063,377
250,6.00
. 3, 407,. 891
• .990, ,0,00
4,438,605
140,, .006
4,936,623
.3.40,606
4,329, 708
456,006
3, 442,: 258
40, 006
4,951,801
410,600
1,852,364
180, 060
2,443,.197
20,000
I,. 976, 525
;32,O.,O0O
1,566,315
. .10,000
3, 218, 788
.140,006
3,346,215
2,66,600
3,757, 247
.530,600
3,309,417
.270, .0.00
. 5, 009. 775 - .310,, 600
7,351,037
1,425,600
8,198,345
180, 000
6, 624,-888
730,000
2,.920, 072
.1,.990,600
2, 525, .759
,330,000
3, 401, 308
.37.0,600
3, 954, 750
:200,000
C,-216, 336
,90,000
3,280,157
•90; 000
3, 589. 703
1,380,000
3, 209; 106
,340, 000
3,613,837
..290,000
4,733. 501
490, 000
4,472; 481
.980,600
.2,779,159
.560,600
2, .619, 477
-970, 000
•2, 297.,'.7.7.2
560, 000
2,-786,.471
.27O.-O0O
3,748,493
490, 000
'4,953..844
.580,000
6, 750, ,372
:510,OOO
.5, 287, .551
420,000
,5, .098", 778
.140, 000
6,650,912
825,-6G0
4,468,839
430,000
2,8.43,114
485, 000
2,882,168
CO, 000
5,9.09,370
85, 000
7, 727, .272
10.0, 000

•Currency
certificates.

Total.
380,459
34, 072,740
37, .800, 522
33, 996, 513
•22, 658,219
.29, 424, 950
33, 224, 129
36,.479, 652
4^ 708, 284
37, 479, 964
35, 878, 727
48, 568, 637
49,671, 889
.39,.209, 609
•54,:502, 533
.51 490,176
,^53, 695, 074
52, 210,118
35, 916, 285
33, 958,116
46, 426, 417
40: 556, 269
.29, 855, 631
.30 800,711
31 ,856, 861
24 345, 263
33: 825. 229
43, •003, 094
40, 351, 214
46: :158, 803
46: 721, 855
37 604,196
33: 697, 264
34: 139, 066
,23 796, 988
32; 536,212
'29, 612,101
720, 805
28, 749,143
32, 942, 668
30, 059,378
31, 3G7, 591
38, 091,144
18, 945, 887
38, 652, 095
961, 005
250,838
761, 985
337, 707
888, 617
097, 585
382, 067
383,165
076,168
.242, 562
6-46,1-79
973, 478
627, 470
'793,146
520,297
643, 473
480, 286
374,357
587,091
190,981
180, 309
935,6.67
039,762689, 301
493. 243
203, 614
042, 632
832, 981
127, 088
800, 582
969, 509
421,824
507, 538
123,590
943,183

TREASURER.
'M©o 15e—^^GOLT) CERTIFICAT.ES, S I L V E R CEHTIFICATE.S,-AND CUR.RE>^CI C E R T I F I CATES IN THE T R E A S U R Y AT THE E N D OF E A C H M O N T H , FRO?.! JUNI^, 1878- -ContVl.
Gold .
certificates.

Month.
1893—November .
December..
1 8 9 4 — J a n u a r y ....
February..
March . . . . .
A p r i l -.
May
Juno.:
Jidy .......
August
September.
October
November .
December..
1895—January . . .
February ..
March .'....
April
May
Juno..
July
August
September.
October....
November .
December.1896—January . . .
February ..
March
April
May
June
July
•
- August
September.

$149,
75,
78,
106,
137,
102,
41,
43,
103,
34,
55,
5Q,
751,
58,
337,
80,
84,
63,
102,
88,
219,
209,
103,
168,
107,
163,
131,
651,
.583,
• 7G4,
687,
497,
.1,393,
1, 618,
1, 591,

Silver
certificates.

Currency
certificates.

$5, 71G, 507
5,638, 854
6, 758,196
6, 942, 257
8, 755, 240
9,367,524
9, 702, 5H5
10, 054,128
12, 027, 766
.13, 492, 527
9,155, 785
G, 5G9,203
5. 312, 420
5, 816, 720
7, 329,232
7, 291, 089
7, 374, -748
7, 699, 233
6, 092, 333
9,162, 752
10, 577, 386
7, 741, 243
7,862, G67
8, 953, 268
8,471,611
9, 625, 856
14, 380,1G5
11,831,561
11, 293, 078
11,578,091
10, 629, 424
11, 359, 995
12, 375, 833
11, 464, 610
10,045,030

$120,000
40,000
•#r 40,000

Tot^l.

$5, 985, 597
. 5,154,444
• 5, 876, 540
7, 0-18, 747
360,GOO
9,252,550
140, 000
9,610,294
120, 000
9,80^,105
300, GOO
10, 397, 613
. 260,000
12, 391, 236
720, 000
14,247,257
550, 000 ' 9,701,045
280,OCO
' 6,905,483
850,000
0, 913, 790
1, 960, 000
7, 805, 680
- 3, 620, 000 11, .286, 292
430,GOO
7,801,189
740, 0G6
8,199, 403
80, OCO
7, 842, 873
190, COO
C, 984, 723
350, OCO
9, 601,142
120,000
10, 916, 716
530, OGO
8, 481, 063
3, 675, 000
11," 041, 037
275, 000
9, 396, 4G8
2, 800, GOO
11, 379, 521
2, 845, CGO
12, 034, 200
320,OCO.
14,831,305
245, 000 • 12, 728, 031
220, CGO
• 12, 090, 293
8G5, 000
12,708,001
240, 000
11,550,704
150, GOO
12, 007, 425
610, 000
14, 379, 543
830, 000
13,913,100
410, COO
•12,G-4G, 030

M©o l@o—ASSETS OF T H E T R E A S U R Y OTHER THAN GOLD, S I L V E R , N O T E S
C E R T I F I C A T E S , AT T H E E N D O F E A C H M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878.

M i n o r coin. F r a c t i o n a l
currency.
18-78—June
July
August
Seplem ber
October
November —
3.>ecember
1879—^lanujiry
-February...
March..'
Apri I
May..
Juno
July
August
September
October
November
December
1880—January
February
March
April
May
J u n o -.
July
August
September
October
November
December
1881 — J a nil a r y
February




261, 714
338,133
398, 587
410, 899
435, 035
440,493
393, 536
433,983
451,610
481,023
502. 527
524, 684
541,886
555,186
564, 427
521,174
472,264
431, 478
376. 318
311.; 762
358, 628
326, 229
298.435
246, 201
232, 722
184, 661
145. 038
063,766
992, 029
984,043
850, 856
802, U15
767, 383

$180, 044
188, 307
159,673
161, 082
150, 202
143, 867
157,136
127,014
128,121
111, 914
131,062
125, 072
116, 469
117, 097
86, 360
94, 471
74, 015
82, 323
68, 864
85, 359
62,107
68, 556
57,887
.57, 992
67, 594
GO, 972
54,981
62, 697
72,667
59,934
53, 666
59, 443
65,559

Deposits
in n a t i o n .al
banks.

Ronds and
interest .
paid.

$50, 583, 814
60, 645, 896
70,481,167
75, G61. 403
55, 539, 483
89, 2C0, 045
53, 205, 309
lG6jS51141
249,586; 805
226,681,802
260, .793, 980
279, 514, G45
201, 685, 892
97, 090, 074
35, 991, 267
17,341,225
12, 379, 586
11,358,053
11,732,314
10, 830, 840
10,091,245
10, 266, 886
10, 081, 517
11,341,615
11,124. 543
9, 750, 951
11,869,799
12,127,016
- 12,217,574
11,670,200
12, 901, 607
11,145, 848
11,9.57,3^2

$4, 979,188
1,429,085
560,281
637, 645
4, 225, 731
13,808,614
16,940,826
9,362, 346
5, 301, 201
2,330,265
2,015,118
6, 405. 752
3,^105,352
913,331
833,471
263. 832
407, 440
146. 683
6,842,682
445, 900
3, -749, 969
6,397,039
8, 514, 280
8, 313, 750
406, 989
3 , 045, 707
"
2. 904. 219
1, 255, 314
2,612,730
434, 566
7, 570,179
609, 349
5, 742, 269

Total.

$57, 004, 7G0
G3, 601,421
72.509,10877, 871, 029
61, 350, 451
5-i, 652, 549
71, COG, 807
177. 274, 484
25G, 467, 745
230,605,004
264,442, 687
287, GOO, 153
206, 449, 5C9
99, 675, 688
38, 475, 525
19, 220, 702
- 14,333,305
13,018.537
20,020,178
12, 703, 801
15, 259, •D49
18,058, 710
14, 952,119
= 15,959,558
12, 831, 648
14, 051, 291
15, 974, 037
14, 508, 793
15, 925, 000
13,098,743
21, 37G, 308
12, 616, 6.55
18, 532, 553

36

REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.

N©« i ^ o — A S S E T S O F T H E T R E A S U R Y OTHER THAN GOLD, S I L V E R , NOTE'S, AND
C E R T I F I C A T E S , AT T H E E N D OF EACH M O N T H , FROM JT^NE, .1878—Continued.

Month.

1801—March
April
May
Juno
July
August . . .
September
October . . .
November.
December .
1882—January...
February..
March
April
May
June
July
August . . .
September
October . . .
November.
•December.
1883^ J a n u a r y . . .
February..
• 'March......
-April
May
• June
'July
. A u g u s t .-..
'September
• • --October . . .
-November.
•• December .
=
1884—January...
February..
- March
April
May
June
July
August . . .
September
- October . . November.
December .
1885—Jan u a r y . . .
February..
March
April
May
Juno
July
August . . .
SeptemberOctober . -.
November.
December .
1886—January...
February..
March
April
May
June
July
August . . .
September
October . - November.
December .
1887—January...
February -.
March
April
May
June
July
August . . .
September.




M.incr coin.

Fractional
currency.

$61,1G5
$727, 772
725 188
52 796
717 042
51 748
786 006
53 159
663 940
.20 4G8
611 856
24 311
556 424
22 962
487 768
28 515
424 210
31 587
395 375
18 696
409 094
17 253
407 715
16 582
412 268
22 061
432 005 - 18 330
451 806
12 025
449 072
17 754
466 116
19 482
482 962
10 641
505 381
8 458
492 254
8 498
490 925
5 640
494 900
6 344
.. 7 101
511 424
532 865
10 5C0
505 986.
6 796
528 266
8 176
557 325
5 861
574 171
4 658
517 038
5 669
519 694
8 448
520 700
5 804
518 754
4 576
. 5 874
523 033
534 306
6 222
583 896
3 465
634 300
4 719
685 393
6 007
•
5 979
726 924
778 67C.
6 380
768 989
7 027
810 301
6 064
837 036
6 618
827 723
7 105
812 818
5 071
790 I C
O
8 860
738 518
4 393
797 888
3 182
834 078
3 757
876 052
3 478
893 548
8 536
896 116
3 629
868 466
3 286
857 072
1 867
847 054
2 075
796 852
2 502
719 831
2 305
G16 .171
1 631
526 845
2 923
531 949
5 127
531 326
1 189
515 344
2 780
496 392
994
455 453
1 992
377 814
2 667
343 292
2 645
322 662
3 064
295 294
3 517
235 421
4 058
163 585
4 201
131 422
5 877
106 903
3 500
113 243
8 516
151 059
2 210
137 582
2 922
143 571
2 064
116 699
2 366
112 740
1 821
110 800
552
110 611
452

Deposits
in national
banks.

B o n d s and
interest
paid.

$11,803,965 $3, 467, 072 $16,059,974
12, 445, 776
488, 535
13, 662, 245
12,650,049
3, 317, 392
16, 736, 231
11, 788, 888 7, 296,189
19, 924, 242
13,292,918
5, 880, 578
19, 857, 904
13,102, 988
12,211,613
255, 208
16, 305,128
13, 412, 848 2,312,894
13, 209, 524
495, 390
14, 221,197
12, 789, 554 1, 741, 671
14, 987, 022
13,268,098
8,193, 526
21, 875, 695
13, 422, 316
11, 861,169
1,134, 800
13, 090, 913
417,451
18, 932, 661
12, 026, 315
282, 945 ^ 12, 723, 589
12, 383, 665
543, 761
13, 382, 761
13,890,135
807, 314
14,661,280
116, 760
11, 258, 965
11, 842, 551
12,726,473
708, 402
13, 920, 473
12, 861, 245
624, 927
13, 979, 775
12, 841, 900 6, 817,147
20,172, 836
12, 709, 660 13, 325, 822
26, 536, 234
12, 622, 797 80,113, 952
43, 233, 314
43, 260, 987
13,736,100 29, 023, 643
82, 845, 467
- 12, 969, 633 19, 357, 309
14,671,846
296, 367
15, 511, 578
4, 463, 202
13,535.801
18, 511, 785
336, 863
14, 781, 996
15, 655, 301
14,641,539
231,528
15,436,253
14, 536, 551
90, 615
15, 265, 995
14, 220,132
388, 083
15,130, 922
13,369,867
225,288
14,123, 297
12, 845,124
204, 764
13, 576, 392
11,871,823
465, 246
12, 860, 399
13, 844, 835
- 57,873
14,431,615
13, 313, 080
399, 840
14, 253, 448
13, 726, 462
428, 846
14, 742, 459
13, 375, 510
168, 384
14,182, 913
12, 866, 701
13,807,080
248, 979
13,189, 747
12, 048, 744
408,100.
14, 944, 269
13, 832, 997
326, 222
12, 817, 761
66, 883
13, 660, 660
211, 984
13, 970, 421
14, 998, 720
13, 578, 469
114,098
14, 536, 221
12, 499, 929
182, 334
18, 517, 091
15, 742, 440
387, 895
16, 948, 224
13, 559, 034
149,275
14, 502, 269
13,144, 037
293, 654
14,180,602
14, 754, 442
13,491,186
482, 186
259, 326
13, 665, 573
14, 762, 734
12, 809, 219
51, 287
13,740,036
13, 951, 289
367,720
15, 216, 093
13, 643, 443
57, 518
14,600,706
12, 928, 264
968,840
14, 768, 856
14, 618, 467
13, 482, 823
277, 205
14, 427, 844
13,495,245
83,470
12, 938,189
12, 050, 716
88,119
14, 422,143
13, 595, 551
104, 456
14, 253, 299
13,595,238
40, 259
18, 535, 082
12,901,432
103, 882
14,162, 918
90, 089
14, 790, 083
14, 813, 523
129, 335
15, 475, 873
13, 834,132
72.114
14, 424, 370
15,129,286
209, 834
15, 836, 506
15,233,164
01,549
15, 752,158
14, 435,199 8, 837,126
18, 652, 806
15, 694, 215
335, 317
16, 875, 469
15,439,905
94,838
15, 860,469
14, 413, 253
91,145
14, 803, 209
10,266,639
219, 207
16, 725, 325
16, 720, 818 1,973,292
18, 861, 896
18,133,928
6, 097, 831
24, 868, 553
19, 053, 660
254, 889
19; 418, 932
19,952, 400
19, 726, 598
109, 049
20,156, 995
19, 919, 718
84, 008
21,148, 281
20. 747, 365
260,412
23, 004, 380
22, 802, 573
56,172
28, 473, 594
22, 991, 302 5, 363, 227
24,068,646
23, 493, 2G7
460,818
25, 923, 903 1,811,194
27, 846, 449
25, 438, 630 6, 802, 411
32j 352,104

37

TREASURER.

H®o I 6 o — A S S E T S O F T H E TREASURY OTHER THAN GOLD, SILVER, NOTES, AND
CERTIFICATES, AT- T H E E N D OF EACH MONTH, FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.
M i n o r coin. Fractional

1887—October . . .
November.
December.
1888—January...
February..
March
April
May
Juiio
July...
August . . .
September.
October . . .
November.
December.
1889—January...
February..
March
April
May
Juno
July.......
August . . .
September.
October . . .
November.
December .
1890—January...
February..
!iMarch
.
April
May
June
July
August . . .
September.
October . . .
November.
December.
1891—January...
February ,
March
April
May
Juno . . . . . .
July
August . . .
September
October . . .
November.
December.
1892—January...
February .
March
April
May
June
July
August . . .
September.
October . . .
November.
December.
1893—January...
February .
March
April
May
June,
July
August . . .
Sep'tember
October . . .
November.
December.
1894—January...
February .
March
April .




$51,401

50 270
55 761
113 617
165 857
186 549
148 160
143 389
112 036
138 754
180 447
107 125
90 415
71 131
78 338
143 168
186 249
229 229
223 907
210 422
225 075
245 550
264 420
233 497
154 730
102 397
83 775
177 396
.212 560
233 254
222 984
208 773
196 782
206 894
219 372
204 547
176 596
150 013
163 887
275 973
3-45 454
344 848
838 099
814 560
824 396
366 960
368 036
364 597
.354 112
822 389
319 483
865 784
432 488
457 539
4-80 226
474 732
460 993
516 617
554 019
505 633
482 829
347 196
355 503
456 253
. 523
560
545 856
574 557
586 594
603 903
691 315
757 036
859 125
888 297
926 622
938 939
1,106 695
1, 225 408
1,266 659
1,252 878

$1, 378
1,780

796
1,016
1,321

984
954
1,446
1,358
1, 715

709
1,810

416
1,481

480
879
1, 209

708
786
627
987
1,428

916
1,691
1,881

681
999
1,337

121
220
697
871
260
934
1,177

599
191
151
1,429

655
817
1,416

424
678
911
996
1, 528

871
54
1,814

178
1, 385

592
1, 251
1,425
1,481

500
757
1,110

101
69
134
117
2, 223
2,394

457
733
331
429
980
1, 283
1,552
1,679
2,188

146
667
886
117
184

Deposits
in national
banks.

Bonds and
interest
paid. .
.

$31, 767, 478

$1,312,866 . .$33,133,:

Total.

43, 639,
42 428 671 1,158, 348
52 199 918 . 4, 505, 746. 56,762,
275, 407
59, 783,
59 372 968
83. 860
61, 747,
61 546 009
. . 04,834 61, 483,
61 231 647
62, 218,
61 921 294 . 148,353
. 46,560
60, 266,
60 075 601
60, 276,
184,027
59 979 040
60, 075,
258,169
59 681 642
59, 812,
59 091 239 . 89,842.
59, 363,
57 317 385 1, 937, 420
54 480 280 1, 970, 558 . . 56, 5-41,
. 534, 459 . 52,532,
51 925 079
52 390 164 . 286,519 . 52,755,
298,260
50, 939,
50 499 122
556, 761
49, 583,
48 818 992
48,142,
80, 834
47 832 248
283, 840
49,178,
48 669 815
48, 329,
348, 870
47 769 434
698,4.07
48, 356,
47 432 377
259,523. . 49,437,
48 930 764
48 842 006 1, 000, 389 . 49, 607,.
48, 930,
. 947, 982
47 746 882
308, 283 . 47,920,
.47 395 479
601,319
48, 077,
47 372 668
. 561, 608 41,580,
40 939 852
841,109
38,509,
87 990 111
' G42, 725 34,633,
38 178 304
32.312,
87, 091
31 992 814
903, 922
' 82,-776,
31 648 899
34, 428
31, 468,
31 225 998
25, 816, • . 31v918,
31 693 166
30 977 438 1,612,824. 3 -,.32,798,
30 879 853 4, 536, 6u8 .85,137v
30 297 111 4, 270, 478 , 84,772,
29 937 688 3,195,124 . 33,309,
45, 556
29,- 937,
29 741 977
27, 819
30,239,
30 047 118
248, 733 . 29,812,
29 289 043
30, 520,
49, 014
30 125 585
30, 826
30,271,
29 894 903
86,219
29, 974,
29 549 440
46, 244
29,906,
20 545 861
16, 413
28,700,
28 358 699
228, 314
27,137,
26 540 839
54, 309
23,193,
22 769 179
95, 289
21,598,
21 137 977
142, 492
20, 874,
20 378 104
38, 640
20, 506,
20 144 069
98, 666
20, 254,
19 837 682
718, 456
20, 027,
18 944 387
262,533
18,934,
18 239 292
827, 192
18, 786,
17 500 750
21, 476,
17 378 363 3, 616. 043
265, 584
18, 347,
17 605 429
17,336,
23,210
16 851 886
16, 894,
183, 283
16 243 518
16, 3.57,
59,833
15 742 324
16, 275,
273, 591
15 496 513
91, 723
16,436,
15 862 415
16, 035,
118,098
15 569 690
13, 646
16, 061,
15 692 654
111,337
15, 975,
15 405 998
43, 346
15,681,
15 112 204
15, 954,
• 244, 520
15 163 808
154, 286
16, 095,
15 365 529
16, 254,
22, 881
15 644 582
5, 233, 037
21, 930,
16 093 221
575, 046
17, 044,
15 776 662
78, 856
17, 685,
16 848 301
72, 524
17, 213,
16 280 076
16 458 341 3-, 073, 553 20, 421,
492,849
17, 220,
15 799 334
14,105
16,154,
15 201 045
190,596.
16, 688,
15 890 896
168, 075
16, 820,
14 926 480
207, 511
16, 538,
15 064 697
386, 271
16, 840,
15 201 386

38

R E P O R T ON T H E FINANCES.

H O o I 6 o — A S S E T 3 O F T H E TREASURY" O T H E R T H A N G O L D , S I L V E R , N O T E S , A N D
CERTIFICATES, AT T H E E N D OF EACH .MONTH, FROM J U N E , 1878—Continned.

Fractional

Month.

M i n o r coin. c u r r e n c y .
251,629
262,122
363,124
423, 439
389,490
250, 729
169,875
103, 448
200,446
245,300
209, 435
242, 261
124. 339
118,923
181,134
231, 973
235, 498
123, 511
029, 515
048, 616
081,129
162, 765
147, 719
184, 625
181, 593
235,506
159, 562
203, 848
219,592

1894—May
Juno
July
August ...
September
October . . .
November.
December.
1895—January...
February..
March
April
May
Juno
July
August...
September
October...
November.
December.
189G—January . .
February .
March
April
May
Juno.
July
•August . . .
Sei-Ttember

65
27
57
34
49
49
753
89
41
44
1, 344
1,771
607
982
1,150
1,333
725
1,268
113
642
979
1,248
1,712
162
137
1,110
21
36

Deposits
in national
banks.
$15, 484, 095
.16,121,589
15,913,725
15,724,648
14,859,909
14, 915, 705
.15,398,598
.15,081,275
14,829,738
15, 222, 883
14,991,633
15, 443, 885
15, 303, 377
15, 768, 941
14, 501, 071
14,510,005
14,773, 482
14, 256, 695
.14,408,309
14,271,280
14, 803, 804
. 24,394,557
27,010,994
26, 898, 591
20, 952, 972
16,857,355
15,986,914
16,619,915
18, 583, 237

Bonds and
interest
paid.
$203, 395
11,488
189, 280
182,753
116,164
239, 765
160, 952
12,248
126, 492
65,788
23, 053
109, 538
54,234
14, 649
237,637
74, 412
36, 798
132, 255
86,169
32,079
273, 750
66, 329
40, 388
107, 005
143,139
21,938
115,.599
163,493
368, 880

Total.

$16,939, 322
17, 395, 264
17,466,156
17, 330, 897
16, 365, 597
16, 406, 248
16, 729, 474
16,197, 719
16,156,715
. 16,534,018
16, 22\, 165
16, 797, 028
16, 483, 721
16,903,120
15, 920, 824

15, 817, 540
16, 047,106
15, 513,186
15, 525, 261
15,352, 088
16,159,325
25, 624, 630
28, 200, 349
27,991,933
22, 277, 866
18,114,936
-17,263,185
17, 992, 277
.18,171,245

M©o 1*^0—ASSETS OF T H E T R E A S U R Y AT E N D O F E A C H M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878.
Month.
1878—Juno......
July . . . . . . . . . .
August
Septeniber
October...
November . . . .
December
1879—January
February
March
April:
May
Juno
:.-.
July
August
September....
October
November
December
1880—January
February
March
April
1
May....
June
July
August
September
October.......
November
December
1881—January
February
March
April
May
Juno
July
August
September'.,..
October

Gold.
$128,
132,
134,
136,
140,
142,
135,
133,
133,
133,
134,
136.
135,
135,
141,
169,
171,
160,
157,
lo3,
146,
144,
138,
128,
126,
123,
127,
135,
140,
151,
156,
154,
173,
173,
170,
163,
163,
154,
169,
174,
172,




Silver.

Notes.

Certificates.

Other.

460,203 .$21, 920, 334 $84, 810, 044 $21, 494. 840 $57, 004,'760 $313, 690,181
014,620
24, 295, 663 91, 225, 403 21, 2-78, 300 63,601,421
332, 415,467
548, 036 26,753,730 90,121, 083 26, 678, 820 72,599,708 350, 701, 377
036, 802 27, 933,142 82, 310,104 12, 054, 390 77, 871, 029 336, 204, 967
872,154 28, 072, 745 89, 546, 055 12, 721, 080 61,350,451 323, 562, 485
400,135
31, 012, 544 81,711,248 13, 872, 580 54,052,549
323, 649, 056
382. 640 32,176, 095 78,051,667
3, 984,190 71, 696, 807 321 291,399
758, 907 34, 365, 795 83, 398, 902
3, 469, 860 177, 274, 484 432, 265, 948
205;559
35, 621, 661 91,403.198 11,801,540 256,467,745 528, 559,703
416,126
36, 675, 340 81, 372, 221
4, 705, 570 230. 605, 004 486, 774, 261
520,140
37, 265. 549 78, 207, 010
2, 981, 480 264; 442, 687 517, 416,875
680. 260 38, 667, 290 92, 212, 228
3, 111, 400 287, 600,153 558, 271,381
236, 475 42,143, 318 82, 678, 605 " 3, 636, 350 206, 449,599 470, 144, 347
517, 483 46, 995,791 70, 979, 911
2, 648, 480 99, 675, 688 855, 817,353
546, 890 50, 819,800 75, 736, 261
3, 0.56. 960 38,- 475, 525 309, 634,936
006,995
52, 931, 683 52,494, 550
19, 220,702 299. 341, 766
5,087,830
517, 714 53, 615, 845 41.180, 735
7, 059. 879 14,833, 805 287, 707,478
443, 437 55. 594, 783 33.181, 731
6, 041, 928 13, 018, 537 268, 280,416
790, 322 56, 542,114 25, 903, 202
G, 054, 618 20, 020,178 266, 310, 434
690, 027 60, 054, 457 31,185,528
5, 339, 556 12, 703, 861 262. 973,429
750, 758 62,676,711
30, 392, 077 • 5,794,614 15, 259, 949 260: 874,109
010, 551 64, 856, 996 27,686,445
6, 398, 414 18, 058, 710 261 Oil, 116
783, 440 68,186, 677 32, 062, 329
5, .777,154 14, 952,119 259: 761,719
709,496
71, 208, 870 39, 816,528
6, 962, 581 15, 959, 558 262: 656, 983
145, 427 73, 900, 338 40,110, 809
6, 985, 401 12, 851, 848 259: 9-73, 818
126, 646 77, 250.153 4i; 336, 919
6, 380, 931 14, 051, 291 262, 145, 940
679,280
79, 028, 293 35,985,755
5, 660, 621 15, 974, 037 264. 327,986
244,833 78, 012, 360 80, 724, 053
6, 440, 369 14, 508, 793 264, 930, 408
725, 953 77,757, 316 26,616,217
7, 490, 519 15,925,000 268, 515,005
362, 519 78, 306, 373 23, 277, 566
8, 666, 414 13, 098, 743 274, 711, 615
742, 096 79,142,799
19, 984, 646 ' 9, 609, 919 21, 376, 308 286. 855,768
544, 209 82,430, 214 25, 524, 026
10, 035, 663 12, 016. 655 285; 150, 767
038, 253 84,108, 826 26, 851, 496
313, 524, 671
11, 493, 543 18,532,553
668,163
85, 477, 820 25, 680, 042
11,115,985 16, 059, 974 811, 981,984
319, 754 88, 402, 022 28, 915, 845
11,563,608 13,662,-245 312, 862, 974
770,159 90, 817, 423 84,706,491
12, 025, 030 16, 736, 231 318, 055, 834
171,661 93,102, 388 35, 500, 474
12, 354, 201 19, 924, 242 324, 052,946
911,475
94. 504, 067 35,157, 618
19, 857, 904 315, 828, 852
11,397,788
495, 522 95, 724, 014 83,594,410
323 612,166
11,695,232 13,102,988
361, ,345 95; 037, 966 81,681,532
16, 305,128 329, 165, 301
11,779,330
989, 829 95, 985, 641 3 1 021, 316
7, 527, 600 14, 221,197 321 745, 583

39

TREASURER.
W©,

I I'o-^ASSETS OF T H E T R E A S U R Y AT T H E E N D OF EACH M O N T H , FROM

JUNE,

1878—Continued.
Month.1881—.November
December
1882—January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August.
September
October
November
December
1883—January
February
March
April
May.
June
July.
August
September
October..
November
December
1884-Janu ary
February
March
April.
May
June
July
A-Ug.ust
vSeptember.
October.
November
December
1885—January
Februa^ry..
March..".
April
May.
June
July..
August..
Sej)tember
October
November
December
1886—January.
February
March...-.
April
May
Juiie
July
August
September
October
November
December
1887—January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August.
September
October
November
December
1888—January
February
March
April
May...
June

Gold.
$17
172.
165,
173,
166:
155;
1
148,
145.
149:
152:
159:
164.
171
173.
177,
18-1
187,
19;
198.
202.
204
206,
209,
216,
219.
221'
. . 221
211
196.
201:
204:
210:
214
217
222,
231
234,
237,
240.
241'
248:
244,
247
249,
250.
251.
251
251
253.
251
249,
242,
240,
236,
232,
233,
235.
242.
246,
254,
268.
274:
275
275,
275:
277.
278
281
282;
290,
302,
802,
305,
307
809,
810,
8I2:
809;
313:




Silver.

Notes.

$97, 024, 414 $30, 957, 833
99,161, 408
31, 670, 491
102,248,383
86, 092, 389
104, 815, 006
35,186, 061
109, 806, 926
32, 887, 492
112, 273, 273
34, 808, 033
116,155,630
.39,356,935
118, 433, 355
40, 947, 836
43, 398, 001
119, 811,125
48,171,383
121,887,353
38, 776, 944
122, 998, 354
36, 059, 248
123,176, 912
123, 254, 346 36, 902, 502
125, 006, 727 34, 986, 416
44, 078, 528
128,428,172
89, 506, 844
131,742,834
135, 291, 766 34, 077, 696
37, 312, 638
137,913,727
41,833,396
141,359,391
144, 882, 236 44,715, 901
45, 975, 646
145,601,832
43,811.568
146,834,468
43,-212; 130
146,445,444
147, 685, 239 43, 541, 217
46, 945,118
149.362,859
15i; 207,884 48, 600, 069
56, 902, 934
156,163,596
57, 857, 573
160,233,219
162, 916,482 53,767. 018
184, 623, 388 55, 716,159
166, 627,117 46,265,620
48, 993. 793
169,217,134
172, 093,215 53, 257, 326
52, 457, 622
174,998,145
176, 467, 353 47,603, 830
176, 919, 979 44,118, 827
178, 667, 207 42,726,817
.180, 413, 276 46,829,589
185,146, 841 57, 839,117
187, 796, 973 58,700, 963
191, 218, 302 53, 996, 228
194, 427, 270 54, 986, 850
198, 037, 364 60, 223,196
200, 688,897 54, 993, 090
195,799, 805 56, 500,127
G3. 214, 764
195, 344, 698
57, 325, 740
193,041,738
51,133, 582
190, 023, 414
49, 065, 999
197, 072, 283
47,078,967
197,311,662
57, 841, 446
261,756,162
55,158, 626
203,229,912
45, 606, 688
205, 794, 727
41,434, 776
207,349,507
45, 206, 248
209,112,084
45,152, 733
213,250,446
44, 836, .551
218,894,619
49, 653,167
212, 995,389
46, 828, 845
211, 920, 732
41,300,051
213, 039, 516
214, 811, 388 39,095, 221
218, 906, 550 32,691,661
225,164, 347 37, 610, 004
229, 295, 415 36,941, 763
236, 913,438 30, 853, 428
242, 814, 260 32,056,127
245, 986, 939 34, 684, 621
249, 878, 899 31,146,382
31, 285, 845
250,498.671
251, 538, 603 31, 642, 265
27, 083, 805
250, 033, 924
26. 634, 047
250,-326,699
26, 285, 084
250,872,102
253, 206,934 27, 328, 859
259,157, 899 36,442. 672
2G3, 608, 078 39,83-7,564
38,409,410
267,628.530
44, 988, 808
271,844,064
275, 823, 883 52, 861, Oil
280, 550, 982 59, 452, 425

Certificates.
153,180
409, 910
540,030
670,270
146,930
998.790
776, 660
673, 720
872,990
885, 330
494, 430
087, 430
713,240
520, 030
473,950
774, 820
6-40, 550
877, 680
189, 940
882, 415
951,170
812, 020
123,580
572, 520
941,910
707, 670
012, 020
580,170
482, 835
396, 645
643, 400
825, 700
858, 810
755, 210
631, 430
377, 720
772, 650
806,110
682, 040
758, 810
556, 605
816, 430
261, 940
164,110
923,300
014,126
667, 230.
432, 864
737, 432
779, 790
299,470
893, 670
048,502
702, 930
731,686
241.320
457, 218
775,472
860, 310
460, 760
886, 979
024, 230
681,020
972, 577
880,459
072, 740
800, 522
906,518
658,219
424. 950
224,129
479, 652
708,284
479, 964
878,727
568,637
671,889
269, 609
502, 533
490,176

Other.

Total.

$14, 987, 022
347, 303
21,-875, 695
331 734, 972
- 13,422,316
324, 455, 907
13,932,661
836, 361, 872
12,-723, 589
022.294
13, 382, 761
32-4! 531,959
14,661,280
334. 936, 051
-11,842,551
831 403, 852
18, 920, 473
335. 081, 01.9
13,979,7-75
340, 227,7G2
20,172, 836
343, 181,671
26,536,234
368, 665, 507
43,233, 314
389, 370. 986
43, 260, 987
404 278,728
82,845,467
408; 143,952
15, 511, 578
402. 197,207
18,511,785
411 274. 511
15, 655, 301
420, 598, 788
15,436,258
424. 129,023
15, 265, 995
441 765.115
15,130, 922
448: 433,605
14,123, 297
454. •754, 328
13,576,392
452, 488. 089
12,860,399
459, 089, 315
14, 431, 015
467, 814,830
14,253,448
473. 783,810
14,742,459 486. 634, 365
14,182, 913
498; 735, 503
18, 807, 080
497, 994, 922
13,189, 747
495, 251, 565
14, 944. 269
488, 612,794
13, 660; 660
487: 573,881
14, 998, 720
592: 745, 622
14, 538i 221 '513 230, 855
13; 517, 091
516, 123,746
16, 948, 224
523: 896,110
14,502,289- 523, 057, 804
14,180,602
526, 205, 409
14, 754, 442 544, 590,415
14,762,734
572, 049, 323
13, 740, 036 569, 951,968
15, 216, 093 568, 608, 338
14, 600, 706 567, 486, 749
14,768, 856 569, 643, 578
14, 618, 467 574 209.295
14,427,844
583, 258, 844
12, 938,189 569, 224, Oil
14j422,148
570, 970,852
14, 253, 299 579, 074, 591
13,535,082
577, 050, 911
14,790, 083 584: 058, 728
15, 475, 373 592; 558, 669
14,424, 370 588, 029, 455
15, 836, 506 588, 964, 252
15,752,158
589, 228, 910
18, 652, 806 593, 185, 429
16, 375, 469 589, 215, .379
15, 860, 469 589, 715,133
14, 803, 209 579, 022,114
16, 725, 825 572, 857,800
18,861 896
576, 106, 837
24, 368, 553 579; 119, 019
19, 418, 932 582, 014, 771
19, 952,406 591 250,788
20,156, 995 600, 290,178
21,148, 281 605, 428,324
23, 004, 380 619, 105, 213
28,473, 594 621 096, 494
24, 068, 646 609, 757, 798
27,846,449
622, 491, 801
82,352,104
633, 896, 592
• 33,133.118
649, 118,121
43, 639. 069
668, 165,818
56, 762, 221
680, 120,165
59, 763,008
699, 051, 461
61, 747, 047
723, 829,153
61,483,814
727, 965, 845
62. 218, 761
731 122, 529
60, 266, 996
753 337,282
60, 276, 461 •765, 523, 661

'40
H®a

R E P O R T ON T H E
17o—ASSETS OF THE TREASURY

AT THE

FINANCES.
E N D OF E A C H

M O N T H , FROM

JUNE,

1878—Continued.
Month.

Notes.

Certificates.

Other.

1888—July
$326, 551, 392 $282,899,281 $63, 249, 574 $53, 695, 974 $60, 075, 280
331 183, 430 284, 579, 385 64,105, 550 52, 210,118
August
59 312, 237
59, 382, 270 35,916,285
382, 551, 306 284,176, 063
September
59 363, 740
331, 688, 233 284,627,823
52, 581, 274 33, 958,116
October
56 541, 669
328, 603, 362 286, 511, 784 49, 944, 412 46, 426, 417 52 532,150
November
824, 773,687 288, 927, 564 45,193, 908 40, 556, 289 52 755, 501
December
325, 641, 856 294, 867, 603 48, 800, 727 29, 855, 631 50 939,429
1889—January
February
-.. 326; 456, 697 298, 992, 565 48, 654, 083 80, 800, 711 • 49563, 211
326, 700, 939 803, 008, 849 42, 555, 498 81, 856, 361 48 142, 819
March
328, 203,901 307, 057, 392 42, 037, 027 24, 345, 288 - 49178,348
April
321 297, 877 310,901,379
48,643, 474 33, 825, 229 48 329, 353
May
303, 504, 319 314,818,108
50,494,416
43, 003, 094 48 356, 846
June
300, 759, 573 317, 255, 555 51, 571, 901 40, 351, 214 49 437,271
July-...
304, 048,189 318, 698, 459 53, 461, 596 48,158, 803 49 607, 731
August........
305, 871, 7-72 318,135, 219 .40, 328, 979 46, 721, 855 48 930,052
September
308, 509. 615 317,195, 592 35, 024, 916 87, 804,196
October
47 920, 878
310, 979,791 318,557, 664 29, 210, 995 33,897,264
November
48 077, 045
313: 818,941 321,192,500
34,139, 066 41 586, 234
20,174,280
December
316, 043, 454 827, 293, 628 25, 408, 984 23, 796, 988 38 509,958
1890-^January
318, 593,752 331, 491,103
February
24,183,179
32, 536, 212 34 033, 710
320: 225, 794 335, 560, 614 18, 516, 853 29, 012,101
M.arch
32 312, 879
320, 878, 411 888,851,390
Ai^ril
19, 946, 947 28, 720, 805. 32 776, 502
*Ma.y . . . . . . . . . . . . 321 333, 253 341, 845, 904 24, 037,094
82, 749,143
31 468,070
821 612, 424 848, 714, 586 27, 985, 957 30, 942, 668 31 916, 024
June
316, 536, 823 348, 737, 694 28, 749, 771 81, 059, 878 32 798, 090
July
310, 220,120 350, 762, 543 26, 690, 038 38, 387, 591
137, 010
August
306, 086, 471 850, 544, 535 18, 848, 801 18, 091, .144 35 772, 735
September
294, 489, 603 851, 825, 627 18, 407, 550 88, 945, 887 34 309, 599
October33
16, 561, 808 46, 052, 095 29 937, 697
N o v e m b e r . . . . . 293 755, 880 355, 046,114
293, 020, 214 359, 721, 626 15, 548, 935 32,961,005
239, 753
December
297: 587, 546 367, 998. 246 28, 377, 953 23, 250, 838 30 812, 404
1891—January
29
296, 881,953 374, 064, 649
February
80 520, 820
292: 435, 219 381, 040, 794 27, 926, 224 .28,761,985
•March.-.-:
28, 887, 707 30 271, 993
280: 633, 040 886, 757, 349 19,237,282
April...
30, 888, 617 29 974,191
255: 331,503 392, 240, 441 23, 263,104
'May^-...-:
238, 518,122 399, 361, 974 32,116, 827 42, 097, 585 29 908, 843
40, 382, 087 28 700, 419
June....
236; 828, 413 404, 422, 655 38,-887,170
44, 023, 356 42, 883,165
July'.
27 137,109
240, 744, 488 407,844,023
August.
23 193,152
244: 974, 791 409,161, 326 49, 744, 517 45, 076,168
32, 690, 797 33, 242, 562 21 598,734
September
263: 774, 741 410,116, 968
October.
20 874, 762
271 843,193 412, 898, 341 22,117, 608 23, 646,179
•November
20 506, 912
278, 846, 750 418, 976, 342 20,134, 827 22,973,478
December
282, 753, 864 424, 088, 598 19, 595, 882 21, 627, 470 20 254, 009
1892—January
28,127, 273 23, 793,146
20 027, 992
282. 123,392 429,109, 509
rFebruary
280, 144.269 434, 531, 000 38, 859, 414 21, 520, 297 18 934,905
March.38, 657,338
28,643, 473 18 786, 732
273, 623, 456 439, 013, 987
April
271 527, 092 443, 429, 508 38, 031, 581 25, 480, 288 21 478, 057
M a y '....43, 622, 412 18, 374, 357 18 347,226
255, 577,706 448, 083,116
June...247, 306,220 452, 017, 530 43, 903, 483 20, 587, 091 17 336, 589
July
44, 570, 385 23,190, 981 18 894,155
242. 543, 695 454, 403,173
August
41,024,458 - 27,186, 869 16 357, 286
240; 605,908
September
28,935,067
16 275,838
244, 261,469 454, 725, 784 37,261,995
23, 852, 601 26, 039, 762 18 436, 586
October.
247: 598, 486 455, 612,113
20, 655, 779 22, 689. 801 16 035,11.8
November
238, 359,802 458, 496,139
December
228, 827,532 462, 369, 518 24, 496, 502 28, 493, 248 16 061, 920
1893—January
217 672, 948 468, 040, 081 38,774,191
21, 283, 614 15 975,811
February
218, 378,233 472, 420, 542 43, 504, 642 15, 042, 832 15 681,504
202, 283, 359 477, 364. 392 40, 248,180
March
10, 822, 981 15 954,641
198, 518, 610 481, 788, 691 42, 249, 873 14,127. 088
April
16 095,105
486, 962, 566 48, 586, 839 10, 800, 582 16 254, 388
188,
May
1
455, 433 492, 332, 471 36,316,599
June
5, 969, 509 21 930,590
813, 982 494, 942, 945 80, 418, 972
3, 421, 824 17 044,008
July
176. 423,172 492, 579, 409 22, 662, 292
8, 507, 538 17 685, 476
August
173, 209,771 498, 239, 085 24, 762, 432
6,123, 590 17 218,277
September
163, 274,172 499, 535, 480 38, 272, 380
7, 943,132 20 421,870
October
161 122,128 499, 587, 603 50; 904,114
5, 985, 597 17 220, 993
November
158, 803, 779 500,310,529
57, 691, 714
5,154, 444 16 154,235
December
142, 665,594 506, 745, 075 64,144, 583
6, 876, 546 16 888,354
1894—January
177, 462, 797 508, 570, 076 77, 673, 385
February
7, 048, 747 16 820, 829
176, 456, 045 510,101, 209 78. 431, 931
March
9, 252, 550 16 538, 984
170; 192,458 511,408,465
April
82. 774, 725
9, 610, 294 16 840,719
148, 067,816 512,194, 954 96, 216, 977
. May
9, 864,195 16 939, 322
181 217, 434 513, 298, 709 • 102, 229, 946 10, 897, 618 17 395,264
June
120, 922, 838 518, 880, 682 109, 540, 855 12, 391, 236 17 466,156
July
120, 885,869 513,167, 330 116, 072, 004 14, 247, 257 17 330,897
August
123, 665, 756 509,814,353 114, 529,176
September
9,761,045
16 385, 597
125, 613, 896 506, 018, 714 99, 601 671
October
6, 905, 483 16 400,248
164, 350, 468 504, 802, 458 100, 343, 974
6, 913, 790 16 729, 474
November
189, 606, 354 504, 035, 456 115, 049, 080
December
7, 865, 680 18 197,719
97 853, 778 507, 087, 384 129,586,164
11, 286, 292 16 156, 715
18D5—January
138, 593, 280 508, 859, 908 126, 302, 508
7,801,189
Februarv
16 534,018




Total.
$786, 471, 501
. 791
340, 700
771 389, 664
759 376, 615
764 018,105
752 206, 007
750 105,248
754 467, 267
752 264,466
750 821, 931
762 996, 812
760 176, 783
759 375, 514
771 969, 778
759 987. 877
746 254, 692
740 522, 759
730 911 027
731 053, 007
740 817, 956
735 628, 241
741 174, 055
751 433, 464
759 171,659
757 881, 756
761 177, 302
727 843,186
736 978, 266
741 353,594
731 491, 533
747 006, 987
758 105, 631
751 322, 995
751 516,301
751 693,199
745 349, 752
754 794, 698
766 602, 848
741 668,210
740 530, 258
748 356, 751
757 800, 433
778 790, 873
790 547, 517
800 762, 812
797 625, 347
795 300, 595
785 487,985
783 979, 271
• 781514, 981
777 804,592
766 202, 481
765 474,803
769 780, 985
772 881, 229
764 822, 288
-762 768, 427
756 544,116
754 122, 985
745 004, 602
732 641,706
712 857, 887
719 548,155
729 447,014
784 820,435
737 614, 701
737 120,152
787 075, 834
790 780, 719
790 828,661
•783 283, 264
774 538,966
774 261, 765
781 703, 357
774 135, 927
754 546, 012
793 140,164
782 754, 289
761 470, 331
798 090, 903

41

TREASXIRER.
Mo.

3 . 7 . — A S S E T S OF THI: T R E A S U R Y AT T H E E N D OF E A C H

M O N I H , FROM

JUNE,

1878—Continued. •
Month.
1895—March
April
May
June
July......
August...
September
October...
November
December.
1896—January . .
February.
March . . . .
April
May
June
July
August...
September

N©.

Gold.

i§o—LIABILITIES

Notes.

$510, 259, 880
510, 813, 574
511, 582, 651
512, 338, 751
512, 746,150'
511,447,345
507, 677, 525
503, 083,139
502,164, 742
501, 400, 555
505,421,819
507,265, 460
508, 930, 744
510, 588,117
512,199,837
513, 398, 714
514, 610,147
513,047, 701
510, 644, 845

$139,
139,
147,
155,
155,
149,
143,
143,
129,
113,
99,
187,
171,
168,
151,
144,
150,
139,
182,

Sih-er.

Certificates.

$123,067,639
111, 990, 707
114. 781, 683
116, 824, 741
112,460,076
141, 803, 472
148, 966, 229
140,783,949
142, 483, 223
144, 932, 791
138, 447, 921
145,497,711°
153,855, 846
149, 067, 048
104, 425, 420
166, 364,197
155, 598, 848
164, 010, 408
146, 008, 443

1878—June
July...
August
September
October
November
December
1879—January
February
:..
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
1880—J a n u a r y
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
i)ecember
:.
1881—January
February
March .:
April
May
June
Jiily
August."
September
October
November
December
1882—January
.
February
March
April
May
June
July.............




Certificates
and notes.
$92, 644,600
97, 211,030
93,•425, 280
75, 744, 670
71, 356, 350
73, 426, 420
58, 776, 830
61, 397, 880
65, 187, 680
46, 356,230
49, 794,620
44, 815, 660
48, 685, 650
58, 866, 550
53, 745, 550
50, 347,750
43, 236, 850
34, 717,110
3 1 565,010
32, 364,010
81, 217, 520
28, 979,420
29, 434,320
33, 674,370
34, 973,870
86, 238,890
32, 145, 940
36, 008.060
43, 343,460
51, 002, 780
59, 246. 010
61, 97i;700
62, 390, 740
63, 155,700
64, 937,740
67, 545, 850
68, 874,450
68, 473,800
72, 604,230
77, 713, 830
79, 845, 590
80, 916, 750
83, 453, 850
,85, 587,790
85, 412, 600
84, 662, 290
83, 968,480
85. 121,640
84, 453.830
84, 867.150

Total.

$8; 199; 408 $16,-224,165 $797,237,588
•7,-842, 873 16, 797, 028 787,442,836
6,-984; 723 16, 488, 721 797, 473, 756
811,061,686
9" 601,142 16,908,120
,
10; 916, 716 15.-920, 824 807,397,832
826, 960, 3i6
• 8; 481, 063 15;-817,540
827,889,410
11; 641, 037 16,-047,106
812,137, 611
- • 9, 396, 498 •15,-513,186
11,379,521 - -15, 525, 261 801,120,692
787, 578, 447
• 12, 634, 306 15,-352, 088
774, 553, 727
14; 831; 305 16,159, 325
858,811,831
• 12; 728, 031 •25, 624, 630
874, 968, 947
12, 096, 298 28, 200, 349
868, 799, 558
12,708,001
-27, 991, 933
861,766,970
11; 558,704
22, 277, 866
853, 905, 636
• 12; 007; 425 18,114,936
851,863,748
14; 379, 543 • 17, 263,185
849,388,-746
13, 918,160
1.7, 092, 277
849,642, 774
12; 046, 930 18,171, 245

OF THE T R E A S U R Y AT THE
J U N E , 1878.

Month.

Other.

END

OF EACH M O N T H , FROM

Agency
account.

Balance.

$32, 537, 659
35, 053, 964
34, 936, 877
87, 045, 389
- 83,87-7,270
84,-889,-1.64
84, 774, 275
84, 418, 207
34, 410, 563
35,006,461
34; 875,-422
- 37,792,-575
41, 915, 778
51, 342, 784
43,-853,454
- 46, 036, 441
41,058,-916
40,415,539
• 42,448,-298
40, 605,-647
40, 698; 000
38,946,889
88,537,726
84,983,917
36,329,084
39, 716, 721
42, 568, 448
• 42,11.9, 557
44,129;108
42, 787,-264
48, 255, 230
42,330,764
43, 034,- 629
• 43,034,510
43,803;030
• 48,365.157
41, 542, 673
• 45,810,819
51,107; 790
46,931,191
50, Oil, 857
53, 623; 934
48,667;189
48, 334; 870
53, 782; 938
48, 222, .573
46, 512; 999
57, 952, 635
51, 057, 603
- .56. 021; 499

$188, 507, 922
200, 150, 473
839,220
• 222,
223, 414. 908
218, 828, 865
215, 833, 472
227, 740,294
336, 449, 861
428, 961, 480
405: 411, 570
432; 746, 833
475, 863,096
379, 542, 919
245, 608, 01.9
212: 035, 932
202, 957, 575
203, 411,712
193, 147,767
192, 297,126
190, 003, 772
188, 980,589
193 084, 807
191 789, 673
193 998,696
188, 670, 884
186, 190,329
189, 613,598
186 802,191
181 042,437
180, 921, 571
184 354, 528
180, 848,303
208, 099, 302
205, 791,774
264 622, 204
204; 144, 327
213 635, 823
201 5-14, 433
199. 900,146
204: 520,280
191 888,136
193, 806, 619
199, 614,433
190. 533, 247
197 166,334
198 137,431
194, 050, 480
191 861, 776
195. 892, 419
194, 192,970

Total.
$313,.690;181
332,415,467
350,701,3,77
836, 204,-967
823, 582-,.485
823, 649;-056
321, 291, 399
482,. 285, 948
528,559, 703
486, 774; 261
517,416;875
558, 271, 331
470,144, 847
855, 817, 353
309,.634, 936
299, 341, 766
287,707,478
268, -280, 416
. 266,310,434
262, 978, 429
260, 874,109
281,011,116
259, 761, 719
262, 658, 988
2.59,973,818
262,145,940
264, 327, 986
284, 930, 4C8
268,515,005
274, 711, 615
286, 855, 768
285,150, 767
813,524,671
311981,984
312,882,974
318,055,334
824, 052, 946
315, 828, 852
323,612,166
829,165, 301
321, 745, 583
328, 347, 303
331,734,972
824, 455, 907
336, 361, 872
831, 022, 294
324,531, 959
334, 936, 051
381,403,852
335,081,619

42

R E P O R T ON T H E FINANCES.

M©o I§c-

-LIABILITIES

OF T H E T R E A S U R Y AT T H E E N D OF EACH M O N T H , FROM

J U N E , 1878—Continued.
Month.
1882—August
,
September..
October
November.
...
December..
1883—January
February
March
,
April
May
June
July
August
•
September..
-.
October
November
December
.
1884—January
February
March.'..
April
May
Juue--.-.........
July
August.-September
October.
November
December
1885—January
-February
• March.."
April
• May
.• Juno
July
August
September
October.
November
December
• 1886—January
February
Marcli
April.'.
May.....
June
July
August
September
October
November
December.-.
1887—January
February
March
April
May
,
Juiio
July.-.-..
August
September
October.
November
December.
1888—January
February
March...
April
M.'ii.y

Julio
July
Augu.st
September
October
November
December
1889—January
February
March

,..•-.




Certificates
and notes.
432,
87, 146,
109, 913,
118, 849,
147, 053,
158, 012,
159, 486,
162, 310,
172, 209,
175, 299,
184, 370,
185, 633,
187, -789,
188, 930.
195, 528,
202, 180,
215, 490,
228, 267,
286, 796,
236, 119,
232, 515,
227, 162,
230, 589,
2 5 1 651,
257; 271,
280, 142,
269, 754,
276, 710,
282, 719,
305, 606,
325, 110,
3-23, 914,
320, 895,
310, 825,
310, 009.
311, 504,
310, 843,
289, 646,
283, 744,
282, 549,
278, 108,
^277, 936,
277, 841,
272, 871,
270, 726,
265, 990,
265,. 6 5 1
261, 844,
253, 690,
251, 144,
250, 202,
251, 952,
255, 996,
258, 381,
259, 241,
• 269,491,
274, 597,
276, 894,
276, 109,
270, 274,
273, 190,
292, 098,
304, 093,
310, 473,
318, 054,
330, 698,
340, 934,
342, 087,
343, 812.
372, 959,
386, 179,
404, 540,
401, 264,
402, 046,
415, 934,
424, 466,
417, 914,
420, 094,
423, 560,
426, 396,

Agency
a,ccount.

Balance.

Total.

$58, 325, 898 $195,4G9, 614
$340, 227,762
57, 493, 848
198, 541,173
343,181, 671
55,110.116
203, 642, 301
368, 6G5, 567
63, 512, 033
207,509,753
389,870, 986
52, 255, 91:9
404,278, 728
204, 969, 309
50,686,022
408,143, 952
200, 045, 520
402,197, 207
56, 492,109
186,218,388
411,2-74,511
191, 553, 558
57, 410,902
420, 59G, 788
62, 831, 269 185, 555, 568
424,129, 023
180,529,237
68, 300, 515
441, 765,115
60, 217, 302 107.177,342
448,433,005
201,122, 999
61,677,155
454, 754. 328
G7, 874, 440 199,090,167
452, 488, 089
60, 382,196 203,175, 412
459,089,315
59, 069, 594 204,491,640
467, 814, 830
198,122,405
67,511.694
473,783,810
59,595,038
198, 698, 241
54,182, 494 204,184, 200
486, 634, 365
62, 836, 975 199,102, 212
498, 785, 508
497,994,922
55, 864, 898 206, 510, 463
206, 087, 499
495,251,505
56,648,635
•200, 985, 324
488, 612, 794
00,465,119
56, 219, 832 200, 764, 698
487, 573, 881
57, 982, 813 193,111,148
502. 745, 022
GO; 301,944 195, G57, 070
513, 230, 855
51, 734,143 204, 247. 262
516,123, 746
523,896,110
50, 604, 070 203, 537,189
523, 0.57. 804
51, 722, 878 194, 624, 455
526, 205, -409
51, 287, 753 192,198, 21.5
544,590,415
44, 429, 907 194, 554, 277
572, 049, 323
47,195,100
199, 744,172
569, 951,968
46, 651, 453 199, 386,144
47,176, 959 200, 536, 203
568, 608. 338
50, 948, 612 205,713, GOl
567, 488, 749
42, 434, 817 217,198, 975
5G9, 643, 578
215, 350,735
47,354,154
574, 209, 295
52, 767, 961 219, 646, 977
583, 258, 844
46, 3-70, 553 233, 206, 722
569, 224, Oil
43, 660, 215 243, 565, 741
570, 970. 852
50, 755, 985 245, 769, 440
579, 074, 591
257,887, 815
41,060,240
577, 056, 911
40, 904, 725 265, 217, 987
584, 058. 728
48, 802, 890 265, 914, 243
592, 558, GGO
89, 302, 4.80 275, 765, 409
588, 029, 455
39. 888, 849 278, 349, 307
588, 964, 252
41, 324, 214 281, 911, 856
589,226,910
593,135, 429
39, 969, 550 287,513.959
589,-2l5, 379
43, 977,454 283, 893,146
54, 510, 525 281.514,029
589, 715,133
48, 033, 854 279; 8-44, 031
579, 022, 114
43,184, 403 2-78, 970, 808
572, 357, 800
576,108, 337
49, 971, 280 274,182,628
579,119,019
43, 600, 946 279, 521, 562
582, 014, 771
42, 048, 255 281, 584, 675
591,250,788
52, 229, 668 279, 779, 423
GOO, 290,178
28-2, 878, 549
47, 919, GGO
805, 428, 324
286, 028, 531
44,802,138
619,105,213
291,144,324
51, 068, 062
021,090,494
304, 316, 868
40, 669, 659
609,757, 798
291, 986,110
47,497, 241
622,491,801
290, 746, 562
58, 548, 584
633,396,592
289, 068, 662
52, 234, 292
649,118,121
296, 071, 378
48, 953. 381
668,165, 818
295, 527. 449
62,165, 058
680,120,1G5
312,105; 882
49, 9.59, 839
699, 051, 461
321, 585, 692
46, 767, 018
723, 329,153
329, 595, 323
52, 799, 621
727,965,845
341,167, 639
44, 730, 923
731,122, 529
341,408, 408
45,901,287
327, 840,974
52, 530, 646
753, .337. 282
835, 627, 012
43,716,727
765, 523, 661
331,012,468
786,471,501
50, 318, 208
333,528, 534
791,840,700
56, 547, 688
321, 637, 944
771389,664
47,705,644
295, 388, 421
759,376,615
48, 053, 268
274, 748, 209
764,018,105
64. 803, 482
283,955, 835
752, 206, 907
50, 330, 356
281, 795. 807
750,105. 246
48,214, 778
64, 502, 445
266, 404, 441
754, 467, 267
52,187, 930
273, 679, 979
752, 264, 466

43

TREASURER.
Mo.

l§o—LIABILITIES

OF T H E

T R E A S U R Y AT THE

END

OF EACH M O N T H , FROM

JUNE, 1878—Continued.
Certificates
and notes.
.1889—April
May
June.
July
,
August
September..
October
November ..
December...
1890—January
February ...
March
April
May
Juno
July
August
September. .
October
N o v e m b e r ..
December...
1891—January
February...
M a r c h .'.
April
May
June
July
August
S e p t e m b e r ..
October
N o v e m b e r ..
December...
1892—January . . . .
February ...
March
April
May
June
July
August
September..
October
N o v e m b e r ..
December...
1893—January . . . .
February...
- M a r c h ..'
April
May
June
July
August
September..
October
November ..
December...
1894—January
February ...
March
April
May
June
July
August
September..
October
November ..
December...
1895—January
February ...
M a r c h .".
April
May
June
July
August
September..
October
November .,




Agency
account.

Balance.

$430,, 479, 255
$43, 317,637 $272, 025, 039
434, , 557, 701
53,329,501
275,109,610
433, , 633, 298
39, 012,475 287, 531, 010
436. , 024, 748
49, 350, 078 274, 000, 688
454, , 077, 948 • 65,518,480
251,773,370
455, ,291,919
50, 489. 731 254,20G, 227
448, ,371,369
49, 370, 833 248,512,435
444, ,114,769
53, 774, 585 242,633,405
449, ,074,028
48, 312, 896 233, 524,103
455, 4 1 5 , 9 2 8
46, 802, 039 228,835,040
457, ,547,278
53, 961 477 229,309,201
462, ,215,742
44, 722, 623 228, 689, 876
405, , 081, 992
48. 878, 308 227, 213, 755
468. ,048,625
55, 048, 894 228, 336, 445
471, 362, 730
42,196, 465
245, 612, 464
474, , 073, 040
49, 738, 798 234,069,918
478, ,650,340
66, 619, 851 215,907,111
500. , 576, 090
48,146, 749
179,120, 347
506. ,185,043
55,661,784
175,131,439
511. , 478, 893
65, 493, 407 164, 386, 294
516; , 198, 247
52, 050, 877 163, 242, 409
523, ,098,373
48, 924, 676 174, 983, 938
525. ,124,073
64, 585, 589 168, 395, 089
530, , .525, 511
56, 881, 629 163, 915, 855
538. ,444, 056
51, 3.53, 442 161,71.8,803
538, .190,649
- 54, 615, 831 158, 886, 719
540, ,190,031
5 1 265, 912
153, 893, 809
547, , 048, 703
51, 362, 278
155, 783, 717559. ,078, 603
47,249, 350
180,274,395
549. , 806, 748
46, 873, 493
144, 987, 969
560, , 379, 410
40, 478, 929
139, 671, 919
569, ,221,709
40, 008,123
139,126, 919
577, ,143, 259
45, 583, 045
134, 574,129
605, , 423, 412
41, 999, 000
131,368,461
C21, , 248, 974
37.136, 889
132,162, 204
628, ,098,049
39, 765, 879
132, 898, 884
629, ,922, 571
36,184, 614
131,518,162
G34, 081,717
35, 212, 991
126, 005, 887
620, , 245, 304
38, 550, 304
126, 692, 877
619, G75.803
37, 253,182
127, 050, 286
615, , 455, 580
36. 907.108
129,152, 843
606, , 769, G28
39,139, 046
131, 895, 918
598, ,008,876
37,182, 203
131,011,402
598, 369,656
36, 776, 22S
130, 328, 919
599, ,467,016
41, 221, 379
129,092,590
607, ,498. 582
40,117, 580
125, 265, 007
GOl,, 828; 346
38; 365, 833
124,128,689
597, . 428, 091
39, 709, 608
125, 630, 728
596, 016, 621
39, 044, 592
121, 482, 903
594. 531, 017
38, 026, 813
121,565,155584: ,553, 920
37,988,392
122, 462, 290
577, , 362, 591
37, 391, 549
117, 887, 586
565, 614, 881
39, 959, 096
107,283, 910
570, 225,363
42, 447,160
106, 875, 632
587, ,609, 861
39, 542, 862
102,294,291
599, 229, 302
40, 391, 517
95,199, G16
-004, ,317,424
42, 921, 722
90, 375, 555
612, 059,181
40, 978, 873
84,082,098
609, ,909.907
38, 503, 563
138,002,304
614, ,627,040
42,203,653
133, 950, 026
619, , 989, 795
45, 739, 079
125, 097, 787
621, 128, 445
44, 300, 484
117,854,335
615, 355,820
41, 598, 709
117, 584, 437
616, 972, 329
38,164, 085
119, 0C5, 351
615, , 350, 572
39, 204, 689
127.148, 096
612, 436,470
41, 779, 739
119,919,718
607, 486, 421
89,719,445
107, 340,146
606, 270,843
42,361,715
144,507, 606
590, 134,104
39, 282; GOG
158,837,579
578, 777,914
38, 089,115
144, 603, 302
572, ,755,530
47.137, 786
178,197, 587
567, ,944,442
41, 375, 886
187, 917, 260
566, ,088.624
39, 935, -796
180,817,910
573, , 366, 743
38, 736, 912
185,370,101
579, , 207, 868
36, 613, 670
195, 240,153
581, 799, 693
38, 448, 607
187.149, 532
602, , 384, 693
40, 536, 496
184, 089, 157
600, 227,693
42, 256, 352
185, 405, 365
591, 102,673
41, 086, 930
179,947,999
582, 987,673
40, 726, 633
177, 406, 386

Total.
$750, 821, 931
762,996,812
, 176,783
759 375,514
771 9G9, 778
759. 987, 877
746, 254,692
740. 522. 759
730 911,027
731 053,007
740 817,956
735, 628,241
741 174, 055
433, 464
: 75i:
759 171, 659
-757 881, 756
761 177, 302
727 843, ISO
730 978, 266
741 353.594
-731 491,533
006, 987
. 747
.
758 105,631
751 322,995
751 516, 301
751 693,199
745 349, 752
754 794, 698
76G 602. 348
• 741668,210
740 530, 258
748, 356, 751
757 800,433
778 790. 873
. 790547, 517
.
800 782, 812
797 625, 847
795, 300.595
785, 487,985
783 979,271
781 514, 981
7-77 804, 592
766 202, 481
765; 4-74, 803
769 780,985
•772 881, 229
764 322, 288
762, 768, 427
756 544,116
754, 122,985
745 004, 602
732 641, 706
712 857,887
719 548,155
729 447, 014
7?4 820, 435
737 614, 701
120,152
737 075, 834
• 787
780, 719
790 826, G61
790 283, 264
783 538, 966
774 201,785
774 703,357
781
7-74,135, 927
754 546, 012
793
.._,140,164
782, 754, 289
761, 470, 331
798, 090, 903
797, 237, 588
442, 336
. 473, 756
,
.„!, 001,686
807. 397, 832
826, 960, 346
8-27, 889, 410
812.137, 611
801,120, 692

44
Ko.

REPORT
J8o- -LlABILITIES.

ON T H E

FINANCES.

OF T H E T R E A S U R Y AT T H E E N D OF E A C H

MONTH,

FROM

J U N E , 1878—Continued.
Month.
1895—December
1896—January..
February.
March
April
May
Juno
July
August. - September

Certificates
and n o t e s .

Agency
account.

Balance.

.$568, 023, 678 $41, 527, 574 $178, 027, 200
562, 542, 773
40, 419,174
171,591,780
558, 551, 273
37, 553, 551 282, 707, 007
562, 909, 253
271, 641, 748
40,417,946
500,594, 253
88,114, 643 270, 090, 662
555, 846, 973
38, 926, 787 267,193, 210
547,110, 973
267,432,097
39,362,566
555, 212, 973
40, 492, 302 256,158,473
583, 656, 973
42, 385, 372 243,846,401
564,524, 323
43, 963, 994 241,154, 457

$787, 578, 447
774, 553, 727
858, 811, 831
874, 968, 947
868, 799, 558
861, 766, 970
853, 905, 636
851,883,748
849, 888, 746
849, 642, 774

M o . 1 9 « — G O L D C O I N AND B U L L I O N I N THE T R E A S U R Y , AND GOLD C E R T I F I C A T E S
IN THE T R E A S U R Y A N D I N C I R C U L A T I O N , A T T H E E N D O F E A C H M O N T H , F R O M
J U N E , 1878.

Month.
1878—June
July
August —
September
October—
-; . - N o v e m b e r
December.
1 8 7 9 — J a n u a r y .February.
.. .'March
• -"April
•• ' M a y
:'-June
July
A u g u s t . -.
September
. - October —
November
December
1880-Janu.ary ..
February.
March
April
May
June
July
Augu.st...
September
October...
November
December1881—January...
February .
March
April
May
June
July
August—
Seplember
October...
November
December.
1882—January ..
February .
March
April
May
June
July
August...
September
October . . .
November.
December.
1883—Janua,ry . .
Februaiy .
March




T o t a l gold i n Certificates
N e t gold i n
brtin c a t e s
Treasury.
in T r e a s u r y . in circulation. T r e a s u r j ^
460,
132, 014,
134, 548,
136, 036,
.140, 872,
142, 400,
135. 382,
133, 756,
133, 265,
133, 416,
134, 520,
136, 680,
135, 236,
135, 517,
141, 546,
169, 606.
171, 517,
160, 443,
157, 790,
153, 090,
146, 750,
144, 010,
138, 783,
128, 709,
128, 145,
123, 126,
127, 679,
135, 244,
140, 725,
151, 362,
156, 742,
154, 544,
178, 038,
173, 068,
170, 319,
163, 770,
163, 171,
154, 911,
169, 495,
174, 861,
172, 989,
178. 225,
172, 817,
165, 152,
173, 757,
168, 457,
155. 069,
158. 985.
148, 506,
145. 079,
149, 303,
152, 739,
159, 805,
164, 267,
171, 504,
173, 317,
177, 661,
184, 752,

.$19, 460, 320
18,170, 420
20, 7.94, 220
9, 892, 920
9, 901, 526
9, 845,120
891, 420
544, 020
400, 220
50,740
62,140
33, 580
133,880
43, 800
120, 000
67, 70G
213,400
183, 740
749, 860
61,100
327, 800
611, 500
1-73, 800
39, 800
40, 700
82, GOO
86; 800
31, 600
6,800
19,120
130, 500
50, 080
312,080
142, 900
1,400
36, 320
23, 400
1,700
8, 800
9,600
3,700
8,300
7,900
15,800
1,000
2,500
8,100
1,500
14, 990,170
15, 950, 2-70
25,105, 030
25,107, 300
32, 296, 270
81,525,210

$24, 897, 680 .$103, 562, 523 '
23, 852, 980
108,161, 640
17,222,180
117, 325, 856
23, 433, 880
112, 602, 622
22, 908, 480
117,9G5,674
24,117, 780
118, 282. 355
21,189, 280
114, 193, 360
116,674,227 17, 082, 680
18, 379, 280- 116, 886, 279
117,162,166
10, 253. OGO
118, 809, 680
15, 710, 460
121, 300,140
15,380,120
119,958,65515,279,820
120,320,583
15,19G, 900
15,008,-700
126, 537. 690
14, 843, 200
154, 763, 795
14, 377, 600
157,140,114
13,195, 460
147, 247, 977
11,'506,140
146,194,182
10, 350, 000 • 143,340,027
9, 755. 300
136, 995, 4.58
8, 244, 000
135, 766, .551
8, 056, 800
130, 726, 640
8, 010. 300
120, 699,196
7, 903, 900
118,181,527
7,852.000
115, 274, 646
7,861,100
120,018,180
7, 480,100
127, 764, 733
7, 447, 7C0
133, 278, 253
7, 381,380
143, 981,189
0, 528, 380
150, 213, 716
6, 491, 460
148, 052, 809
6,229,400
166, 808, 853
6, 028, 900
187, 639, 263
5,961,200
184, 358, 554
5, 876, 280
157, 893. 8-79
5,759,520
157,412.141
5, 748,120
149,183; 355
5, 397, 120
164, 098, 462
5, 239, 320
169,122, 025
5, 204, 220
167, 785, 609
5,199, 620
173, 025. 684
5,188,120
167, 429; 348
5,180. 220
159, 972, 569
5,172, 320
168, 585, 554
5,166, 920
161, 290, 437
5, 071120
149, 997, 982
5, 052, 920
148, 932, 626
5, 029, 020
143, 477, 370
5, 016, 440
140, 062, 590
4, 992, 040
144,311,881
4, 907, 440
147, 831, 687
11, 870, 270
148, 485, 478
19,458,270
144, 809, 314
39,514,810
131,989,758
47, 669,640
125, 648,195
135,107,161
42, 554, 470
141,308,204
43, 444, 510

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.TREASURER.

M o . 1 9 o ~ G O L D . C 0 1 N AND BULLION IN THE TREASURY, AND GOLD CERTIFICATES
IN THE

TREASURY AND I N CIRCULATION, AT T H E E N D OF EACH

MONTH,

IIIOM

J U N E , 1878—Continued.
Month.

1883—April
,
May
June
July
August
September-,
October
N o v e m b e r .,
December..,
1884—January
February...
March
April
. May
June
July
August
September
October
November .
December..
1885—January —
February...
March
April
May
Juno
July
August
Sepltember.
October —
November .
December.1886—January . . .
February ..
March
April
May
Juno
July
August
September.
October
November .
December..
1887—January . . .
February..
Marcli
April
May
Juno
July
August
September.
October
NoAjember-.
December..
1888—January . . .
February..
March
.
April
May
June
July
August
September.
October
November .
December..
1889—January . . .
February..
March
April
May
June
July.
. August




T o t a l gold ill
Treasury.
$187,837,442
193, 310, 043
198, 078, 568
202, 7-74, 035
204,172, 975
206,130,543
209, 429, 940
216,133, 328
219, 014, 739
221, 813, 356
221, 881, 633
211, 071, 507
196, 325, 626
201,132,388
204, 878, 594
210, 539, 551
214,483, 657
217, 904, 042
222, 536. 360
231, 389; 361
234, 975, 852
237,167, 975.
240, 029, 843
241,-440,797.
248,162,195.
244, 363, 543
247, 028, 625
249,367,596
250, 257, 418
251, 251,114
251, 359, 349
251 945, 578
253,851,410
251, 371, 581
249, 801, 088
242,155,168
240, 580, 538
236. 424, 734
232,838,124
233, 651, 522
235, 430, 636
242, 609, 018
246, 882,148
254, 450, 853
268,128, 019
274,140, 468
275, 088, 627
275, 985, 863
275, 386, 916
277, 628, 751
2-78,101,106
281, 296, 417
282, 039, 534
290, 702, 630
302,544.805
802,661,279
305, 342,187
307, 809,155
309,567, 827
810, 772, 202
312,801,287
309, 882, 859
.313,758.617
326, 551, 392
831,133, 480
832, 551, 306
331,688,233
828, 603. 362
324.773,867
325, 641, 85G
326, 456, 697
326, 700, 939
328, 203, 901
321, 297, 377
303,504,819
300, 759, 573
304, 048,189

Certificates
Certificates
in T r e a s u i y . in circulation.
.$32, 935, 420
23, 869, OCO
22, 571, 270
23, 383, 440
28, 445, 200
27, 480, 300
31, 252, 760
27, 035, 300
27, 446, 780
23, 788, 000
30, 600, 070
35, 424, 250
44, 415, 395
. -89, 686, 780
27, 246, 020
20, 525, 830
29, 701, 980
33, 546, 960
32, 477, 750
26, 701, 080
20, 343, 730
. .22, 299,. 150
40, 428, 930
37,.08Q, 990
28, 625, 290
14, 871, 350
13, 593,.410
17, 322,.320
. 16,806,230
22, 249, 240
31,115, 850
34,492, 968
34, 350, 479
24, 080, 709
33, 671, 010
46,797,927
.52, 396, 875
.51,735,670
55,129, 870
52, 258, 360
48, 693, 980
40, 654. 320
36, 878; 458
. 34,469,694
27,485,804
18,843,832
24, 256. 230
29, 757, 610
28, 905, 040
32,101, 358
30, 281, 380
18, 098, 580
23, 008, 207
29,154. 288
32,858,158
39,974,838
31,010,394
20, 668, 210
26, 962,188
29, 651, 484
20, 853, 500
33, 574,110
22,135, 780
30,234,G88
36,591,356
25, 516, 410
26,163, 492
37,441,932
38,127, 702
25, 043, 518
24,802,813
26, 586,125
20, 783, 433
27,350, 140
37, 235, 793
34, 889, 943
39, 557, 233

$48, 398, 200
59, 591, 940
59, 807, 370
60, 068, 600
54, 547, 540
55, 014, 940
52, G7G, 180
58, 897, 620
63, 585,140
77, 462, 620
77, 843, 480
08,812,150
56, 700, 805
59,125, 480
71,146, 640
91, 491, 490
.. 92,017,940
87, 389, 680
87, 865, 570
93, 374, 290
93, 287, 420
111 980, 380.
112, 683, 290.
115, 647,540
125, 234, 800.
128, 553,010
126, 729, 730
123,289,000
123,885,490
118,187,790
. 109. 020, 760
105, 554, C92.
. 105; 359, 601
115, 284, 951
105,687,050
90, -775, 648
84, 715, 225
80,120, 025
78, 044, 375
74, 718, 517
77, 898, 347
84, 691, 807
88, 294, 989
90, 520, 633
97, 215, G05
105,065, 107
99, 958, 365
94,048,015
94, 434, 485
90,980,977
91, 225, 487
94,990, 087
88, 765, 340
97, 984, 683
99, 884, 773
90, 780, 753
96, 734, 057
104,853,971.
96, 697, 913
91, 953, 949
99, 561, 298
109,581,730
119, 887, 870
131,959,112
124, 750. 394
134, 838,190
140,613,658
129, 264, 228
120, 888, 448
130, 986, 592.
130,210, 717
128, 826, 517
136, 614, 789
129, 044, 662
116, .792, 759
118, 541, 409
128, 393, 519

N e t gold i n
Treasury,
$139,439,242
133,7:8,103
138, 271,198
142, 705, 435
149, 025, 435
151,115,603
157,353, 760
157, 235, 708
155, 429, 599
144, 350, 736
144, 038, 203
142,.259, 357
139,624,821
142, 006, 908
133.729,954
119, 0-18, 061
122, -465, 717
180, 514, 382
184, 070, 7G0
188, 015, 071
141, 688, 432
. 125,187,595
. 127,346,553
125, .793, 257
117,.927, 395
115,810,533
420,298,895
126,678, 596
.126, 37-1,; 928
.133,113,324
142,.338, 589
146,391,486
. 147,991,809
136, OSG. 610
144,164, 038
151.379,525
.155,865,308
.156,,304, 709
156,793, 749
158, 933, 005
157,-732, 289
157,917,211
158,:537,179
103,930,220
170, 912, 414
163, 475, 361
175,-130,262
181, 939, 848
180,902,431
186, 667, 774
186, 875, 669
186, 306, 330
193, 274,194
192, 717, 947
202,859,832
211, 880, 526
208,808,130
202, 955,184
212, 869, 914
218, 818, 253
218. 239, 994
200, 301,129
193, 866, 247
194,592,280
206, 383, 036
197,713,116
191,074, 575
199, 339,134
. 203.885,219
194, 655, 264
196,245, 980
197, 874, 422
191,589,112
192, 252, 715
186,711,560
182, 218,184
180, 654, 670

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REPORT 0:N T H E FINANCES.

M o . t 9 o — G O L D C O I N AND B U L L I O N I N T H E T R E A S U R Y , AND GOLD C E R T I F I C A T E S
IN THE T R E A S U R Y A N D I N C I R C U L A T I O N , A T T H E E N D O F E A C H M O N T H , F R O M
J U N E , 1878—Continued.

Month.
1889—September......
October.
,
November
December
1890—January
February.......
March
April
.
May
June
July
August
September
October
..,
November
December
1891 —January
February
March
April....
May .
June.:
July...
August
September
October
November
• • - December
'
1892—January
February.
March
April
May..:
,
Juno
• ' - -July.......
August
September
October
NoArember
December
' 1893—January
February
March
.April
May . . •.
Juno
.
July...
August
:
September
October
November
December
1894—January
February..
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October..
- November
December
1895—January
February
March
April
May
June
July...
August
September
October
November
December
-1896—January
February
March . \




Total gold in Certificates
Certificates
Treasury.
in Treasury. in circulation.
$305,871,
308, 509,
310, 979,
313, 818,
316, 043,
318,593,
320,225,
320, 878,
321, 333.
321, 612,
316, 536,
310, 220,
306,686,
294,489,
293, 755,
293, 020,
297, 567,
296, 831
292, 435,
280, 633,
255, 331
238, 518,
236, 828,
240, 744,
244, 974,
263, 774,
271,843,
278. 846.
282,758,
282, 123,
280, 144,
273, 623,
271, 527,
255, 577,
247, 306,
242 543,
240, 605,
244, 261,
247 598.
238 359,
228 827,
217,672,
218, 878,
202 283,
196 518,
188 455,
186 813;
176, 423,
173 209,
163, 274,
161, 12-2,
158 303,
142 665,
177 462,
178, 456,
176, 192,
148 067,
• 131217,
120 922,
120 .885.
123 665,
125 613,
164 350
139 606,
97 353,
138 593
139 486,
139 998
147 690,
155 893,
155 354,
149 410,
143 557,
143 360,
129 567,
113 198
99 693
167 695,
171 885,

Net gold in
Treasury.

$42, 073, 803 $116,675,349
$189,196, 423
34, 925, 823
126,937, 229 • 187, 572, 386
123,483,119
187, 49G, 672
30, GG8, 090
122, 985, 889 • 190,833,052
. 31,316,100
138, 657,169
20, 452, 870
177, 386, 285
28, 222, 835
187, 988, 948
130, 604, 804
24, 614, 210
134,938,079
185, 287, 715
24,142, 200
134, 642, 839
186, 235, 572
27, 473,120
130,788,399
190, 544, 854
26,162, 960
190, 232, 405
131, 380, 019
27, 577,120
184, 092, 074
132, 4-14, 749
33, 005, 730 124,382,539
185, 837, 581
147, 981, 732
16, 058, 780 158,104, 739
138,173, 979
156, 315, 624
86,482,690
162, 439, 381
43, 755, 570 131, 318, 499
148, 972, 935
31, 384, 690 144, 047, 279
141, 728, 097
19, 892, 050 155,839,449
147,119,129
149,712,824
25,155,770
148,118,150
24, 050, 460 144, 317, 069
141, 742, 241
27, 309, 200 138,890.799
133,207,164
36, 777, 810 122,124, 339
117, 887, 723
31, 606, 030 120, 850, 399
121,113, 024
34, 004, 820 115,715,389
132, 471, 409
108, 273, 079
37,721,280
132, 523, 222
28, 382, 400 112, 451, 569
127,674,422
136,100, 319
26,790, 420
129,193, 224
142, 649, 969
19, 202,170
130, 740. 631
17, 472, 720 148,100,119
119,574,905
163,178, 959
17,486,810
122,122,113
160.001,279
18,150,140
125, 815. 040
23, 673, 770 154, 329, 229
119, ooo; 757
153, 713, 699
21,931,180
114, 231, 883
14, 470, 520 157, 295, 209
114, 342, 367
15, 363, 590 141,235,339
116,444, 391
17,738,-500 . 136,861,829
114,156, 310
23, 847, 210 128,387,379
119, 895, 509
25, 345, 590 121, 210, 899
124, 006,120
23,181, 990 120, 255, 349
124,409,657
19, 632, 830 123,188. 809
121, 266. 6G3
117, 093,139
24,254,750
108,181,713
15, 729, 770 120,645,819
103,284,219
114, 388, 729
7,782,260
111, 486, 009
106, 892, 224
5,135,430
105, 272, 029
97, Oil, 330
8, 888, 810
101,469, 969
95, 048. 641
3,324,670
95, 485, 414
1, 071,170
92,970, 010
99, 202, 933
87, 611, 029
98, 710
80,414,049"
98, 009,123
565, 370
79, 627, 599
93, 582,172
123,220
78, 889, 309
115,880
84, 384, 863
78,163, 079
82, 959, 049
.149, 090
77, 412,179
.80,891,600
75, 590
77,015,419
65, 850,175
• 78,350
70,935,729
106, 490
106,527,068
70, 306, 909
106,149,130
187, 310
69, 990, 449
100, 202, 009
102, 770
69, 374, 549
78, 693, 267
41, 650
66, 344, 409
64, 873, 025
43,490
05, 947, 229
54, 975, 607
103.470
65, 888, 989
34; 730
55, 210, 900
64, 790, 439
58,875,-317
55, 260
64. 252, 069
61,381,827
56, 280
58, 925, 899
751,370
105, 424, 509
53, 361, 909
85, 244, 445
58, 960
52,647,809
44, 705, 967
337, 060
51, 507, 769
87, 085, 511
80,100
48, 843,189
84, 660
90, 643, 307
48,751,009
63,640
91, 247,145
48, 539, 569
99,151, 409
102, 390
88, 390
107, 512, 303
48, 881,.569
107, 230, 487
48,117,579
219, 330
100, 329, 837
209,820
49, 081, 089
103, 370
50,645,539
92, 911, 974
50,417,859
92, 943,180
188, 230
107, 910
50, 233, 979
79, 833, 966
163,450
49, 936, 439
63,262,268
131,140
49, 847, 849
49, 845, 508
651,470
43, 733, 019
123, 962, 980
583,220
43, 239, 249
128, 646, 461

47

TREAS-ITEER.

M-o. I 9 o — G O L D C O I N AND B U L L I O N I N THII: T R E A S U R Y , AND GOLD C E R T I F I C A T E S '
IN THE T R E A S U R Y A N D I N C I R C U L A T I O N , A T T H E E N D O F E A C H M O N T H , F R O M

J U N E , 1878—^^Continued.
Month.
1898—April
May
Juno
July
August...
September

T o t a l gold i n Certificates
Certificates
N e t gold i u j
Treasu.ry.
in T r e a s u r y . in circulation. Treasury. 1
$168, 448, 459
151,307,143
144,020,864
150, 012, 225
139, 825, 200
162, 771, 311

$764,-9i0
087, 280
497, 430
1,.393, 710
1, 018, 550
1, 591, 900

$43, 052,
42, 961,
42, 320,
39. 293.
38, 867,
38, 736,

559
909
759
479
G39
639

$125, 393, 900
108, 345, 234
101,699, 605
110 718,746
.100, 057, 5G1
124,034, 072

M o . g # o — S T A N D A R D S I L V E R DOLLARS AND S I L V E R B U L L I O N I N T H E T R E A S U R Y ,
AND T R E A S U R Y N O T E S AND S I L V E R C E R T I F I C A T E S I N T H E T R E A S U R Y AND I N
C M C U L A T I O N , AT T H E E N D OF EACH M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1 8 7 8 .

Dollars and
bullion in
Treasury.
1878—June —
July
August
September
October—
November
..
December...
1879—January
•February
March
.
April
May....
June...
July
August
^..
September
October
November.:
December
1 8 8 0 ^J a n u a r y . . ' .
February
March
-.
April
May
.June
July
August..
September
October
November
December
1881—January
February........
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
1882—January.........
February
March
April
May
June
.July....^.
.
August
September
October
.
November
December
1883—elanuary
February
March.
April—
May

$15, 059, 828
17, 215,990
20, 275, 088
21, 789, 239
21, 749, 613
25, 002,710
26. 144, 290
28, 222, 346
29, 343,176
-30, 247,155
30, 643, 609
3 1 853, 701
33, 239,917
34, 264, 025
35, 583, 070
36, 117,374
35, 859,858
37, 182, 305
37, 660,485
39, -849. 647
41, 497;399
42, 867,182
45, 419, 004
47, 631, 778
49, 549, 851
52, 274, 439
53, 875,821
53, 212, 485
53, 127, 826
53. •652, 843
54, 373, 742
56, 939,299
-58, 295, 788
:59, 193.928
•61, 908, 409
63, 975,466
•65, 854,671
67, 208, 580
68, 681,207
•68, 724, 852
76, 000, 953
71, 106,162
78, 197,787
•75, 880, 510
77, 945,100
•82, 619, 245
••84, 834,089
•88, 399, 707
•90, 384, 724
9 1 657,169
93, 898, 985
95, 572. 214
98, 427,480
96, 709, 802
98, 485, 035
101, 292, 927
104, 235. .558
107, 425.772
109, 845,098
113, 050,195




Treasury
notes in
Treasury.

Certificates in
Treasury.
$1, 465, 520
2, 647, 940
4,424,600
1, 316, 470
2,639, 560
1, 907, 480
2, 082, 770
2,170,840
1, 976, 320
2, 074, 830
1, 779, 340
1, 922, 820
2, 052, 470
2, 014, 680
l,976j9G0
3, 045,130
4, .531. 479
6,173,188
4, 888, 858
5, 063, 456
4,797,314
5,611,914
5, 428, 354
6, 822, 731
6, 584, 701
5, 758, 331
5, 518, 821
6, 318, 769
-7, 333,719
8, 572, 294
9, 454, 419
9, 985, 583
10, 856, 463
10,783,085
11, 522, 208
11,988,710
12, 055, 801
11,181, 088
11,516,432
11,559,730
7, 488, 900
7, 089, 880
6,859,910
7, 482,130
8,549, 470
8,931,930
8, 872, 790
10,509,160
11,590,620
12, 301, 490
11, 700, 330
8, 364, 430
7, 987, 260
5, 752, 970
4, 405, 000
4, 306, 650
5, 268, 550
6, 865. 340
8, 887, 260
8, 305, 840

• Net
Treasury
n o t e s i n cir- Certificates d o l l a r s a n d
in circulation. bullion i n
culation.
Treasury.

959,
1, 709,
711,
. 68.,
368,
413,
400,
331
251,
197,
444,
414,
771,
1, 304,
1,176,
1, 604,
1, 894,
3, 824,
3, 989,
4, 572,
6. 017,
6, 615,
G, 051,
5,789,
6,930.
7,619,
12, 203,
19,780,
26, 504,
36,127,
36,814,
37,027,
39,445,
39,157,
38, 784,
39,110,
40, 802,
46,061,
.52,590,
58,-838.
59, 573,
62, 315,
61,537,
60,125,
59,423,
58, 908,
57, 227,
54, 506,
54, 757.
57, 739,
-63, 204,
65, 620,
67, 342,
68, 443.
:C8, 438,
68, 027,
70.759.
71,884,
71,727,

$15, 052, 748
16,256.306
18,.565, 808
.-.21, 077, G39
•21, 680, 823
24,.636, 650
25,730,930
• 27, 822, 006
29,.011,.310
29, 995, 455
30,.445. 929
. 3 1 4.09; 561
32, 825, 437
33, 492, 855
34,-278.186
34,940,054
34, 255. 487
35, 267. 583
33, 83G. 233
85, 860,193
36, 924, 793
38, 850,176
38, 803, 638
41, 580, 239
43, 760, 282
45, 34.3, 480
46, 256,102
•41, 009, 244
33, 847, 585
27,147, 857
18, 246, 031
20,124, 662
21,267,971
19, 748,113
.22, 750, 477
.25.190, 926
26, 743, 942
26,405, 688
22, 619, 329
10,184, 672
11,162,188
11, 532.212
10,882; 447
14,142, 970
17, 820, 090
23,195, 805
25, 925, 519
31,172, 647
35, 878, 634
36, 899, 449
38,157. 085
32, 367, 434
30,807, 030
29,367,112
.30, 041, 375
32, 854,107
36,208,138
30, 865, 781
37,961,027
41,328, 804

48

R E P O R T ON T H E FINANCES.

N©<. 2<5c—STANDARD S I L V E R DOLLARS AND S I L V E R B U L L I O N I N T H E T R E A S U R Y ,
AND T.REASURY N O T E S A N D S I L V E R C E R T I F I C A T E S I N T H E T R E A S U R Y AND I N
CIRCULATION, AT T H E E N D O F EACH M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.

Month.

1883—June
July ...
August
September..
October....
N o v e m b e r .,
December..,
1884—January . . .
February ..,
March
April
^ay
June
,
July...
August
September..
October
November .
December..,
1885—January . . .
1
February..
March
April
May
June
Jul;/ August
September.
October
November.
December..
1886—January...
February..
March
April
May
June
July
August
September.
October
November .
December..
1887—January...
February..
March
April
-May
June
July
August
September.
October....
November .
December..
1888—January . . .
February ..
March
April
May
June
July
August
September.
October
November.
December..
1889—January...
February..
March
April
•
May
June
July
August
September.
October

Dollars a n d
bullion in
Treasury.
$116, 396,
117, 543,
119, 014,
119, 695.
120, 972,
122, 393,
123, 983,
128, 149,
131, 742,
134, 049,
135, 464,
137, 249,
139, 616,
142, 295,
145, 339.
146, 903,
147, 573.
149, 523;
151, 218,
155, 245,
157, 552,
160, 585,
183, 483,
166, 342,
189, 451,
170, 444,
170, 620,
169, 399,
187, 657,
189, 151,
189, 515,
172, 742,
174, 418,
178, 972,
178, 485,
180, 199,
184, 345,
185, 309,
185, 038,
185, 020,
188, 739,
189, 003,
193, 245,
198, 840,
202, 812,
210, 311,
215, 923.
218. 922;
222, 401,
223, 807,
225, 390,
225, 049,
225, 858,
228, 714,
228, 879,
234, 137,
238, 252,
242, 062,
246, 093,
249, 945,
254, 499,
256, 864,
258, 832,
259, 437,
260, 538,
262, 710,
285, 272,
270, 418,
274, 277,
278, 087.
282, 0 8 1
285, 778,
289, 688,
292, 242,
293, 927.
294, 270,
294, 457,




Treasury
notes iu
Treasury.

Certificates in
Treasury,
996,
542,
276,
568,
244,
806,
180,
179,

Net
Treasury
n o t e s i n cir- Certificates dollars and
in c i r c u l a t i o n bullion in
culation.
Treasury.
$72, 620, 686 $43, 775, 549
73, 728, 681 43,815,009
75, 3-75,161
43, 839, 595
78, 921, 961 40, 773, 822
85, 334, 381 35, 638, 434
87, 976, 201 84,417, 044
98, 717, 721 27, 266, 037
96, 958,031
31,191,150
96, 247, 721 35,494, 591
95, 919, 576 88,130, 350
95, 497,981
39, 966, 927
97, 363, 471 39, 888, 440
96, 427, Oil 43,189, 403
95, 138,361
47,157, 388
94, 228, 891 51,110,451
96, 491, 251 50, 501, 941
100, 741,581
46, 881, 661
104, 988, 531 44, 535, 393
114, 865, 911 36, 353, 009
118. 858, 811 41, 388, 925
467, 951 46, 084,186
500,226
48, 085, 750
112, -443,946
54, 039, 275
109, 085,186
61, 2.57, 813
105, 530,946
67, 921, 052
101, 872; 106 71, 572, 679
98, 079, 296 74,541,115
98, 656,716
93, 146, 772 75, 743,128
93, 702, 642 74,511106
92, 179, 465 76, 449, 332
93, 761, 809 76, 335, 786
82, 980, 559
390,816
122, 421 86, 028. 058
9o: 733,141 88, 849, 668
87, 751, 883
90, 184,129
89, 116, 225 91, 015, 878
88, 564, 044 96, 229, 539
97, 745, 950
87, 021,7G0
90, 016, 837
89, 387,112
95, 306, 800 89, 633, 875
86, 432, 380
100, 519,817
105, 246, 670 83, 483, 504
117, 815, 714 75, 998, 945
118,130,755
80,525,108
121, 930, 489 81, 682,188
131 740, 430 78, 381, 335
137, 143,328
78,182, 758
139, 118, 017 79, 778, 888
142, 106,141
80, 283, 388
144, 878,385
•79, 641, 424
147, 354,826
77, 513, 687
154, 713, 957 70, 694, 879
180. 149,274
65,144, 607
168, 855, 423
58, 564, 824
178, 321,058
52, 023, 982
179, 452, 659 .54, 816, 873
184, 528, 445 53, 799, 987
191, 426, 932 50, 535, 805
194, 645, 405 51, 666, 904
196, 387,376
53, 299, 606
200, 680, 879 54, 111, 865
203, 658, 966 53,184,140
209, 581, 601 49,173. 640
218, 783,152
40, 875, 788
229, 415,789
30, 755, 402
237, 219, 999 25, 294, 299
246, 387,438
19, 052,107
245, 628, 953 25, 080, 568
246, 263, 679 27,648,591
251, 939, 203
254, 537, 810 28, 824,166
255., 102, 445 27,142, 622
257; 557,125" 30, 238, 274
,
259, 580,028 32, 585, 930
,
32, 885, 553
268,
,619,715
276, 319, 944 25, 346, 878
,
17,650,883
277,
17,137, 748

m;

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TREASURER.
Wo.
AND

^©o—STANDARD S I L V E R DOLLARS AND S I L V E R BULLION I N T H E TREASURY^
TREASURY

NOTES

AND

SILVER

CERTIFICATES

IN

THE TREASURY AND

IN

CiRCUL.^TiON, A T T H E END OF EACH MoNTH, FROM J u N E , 1 8 7 8 — C o n t i n u e d .

Month.

Dollars and
bullion in
Treasury.

1889—November
$296,
December
299,
1890—January
304,
Februaiy
808,
March
312,
April:
315,
May .'.
318,
J u n e ...11
323,
328,
July
828,
August.,
329,
September
832,
October
335,
November
340,
December
348,
1891—January
353,
February
360,
March
366,
.April
872,
May
879,
June
885,
July
389,
August
September....... 392,
394,
October
398,
November
403,
December
409,
1892—January:
414,
February
419,
March
424,
April
428,
May
438,
Juno
437,
July
440,
August
442,
September..
444,
October
447,
November
451,
December
456,
1893—January
461,
February
486,
March
470,
April
475,
May
480,
Juno......
482,
July
479,
August
484,
September
486,
October
November
December
490,
1894—January
491,
February
493,
- March
493.
April
494;
May
495,
June
495,
July
495,
August
493,
September
490,
October
490,
November
489,
December
491,
1895—J anuary
492,
February
493,
March
494,
April
494,
May
495,
June
496,
July
495,
August
492,
September
489,
October
489,
November
488,
December
491,
1896—January
492,
February
493,
March

FI 9 G - —



Treasury
motes iu
Treasury.

Certificates in
Treasurv.

$2, 233,
982,
2, 481,
2, 039,
2,193,
3, 702,
4, 279,
3,171,
4, 710,
7,565,
9, 765,
11,309,
13, 937,
7, 045,
2, 251,
1, 976,
2, 031,
5, 514,
9, 517,
U,996,
11, 726,
10, 823,
3, 660,
8, 809,
5, 268,
5, 482,
2, 043,
1, 919,
2, 705,
4,019,
5, 420,
6,533,
10, 290,
10, 684,
6, 528,
4, 512,
4,461,
2,494,
1,918,
2, 683,
1,194,
2,315,
11,962,
11,583,
11,786,
12, 605,
17. 722
22, 528
27,598
30,113,
28,425
28, 404
28, 389,
33, 571
36, 455
28, 872,
27, 743
80, 089
30,109,
31,485
85, 058
36, 630
26, 565
24, 322,
22, 044,
27,108,
30, 644,
82, 352

2 252'966
3 254, 118
4 068, 377
3 407 891
4 488 605
4 936 023
4 829 708
3 442, 258
4 951 861
1 852 364
2 443, 197
1 978 525
1 586, 315
3 218, 788
3 346, 215
3 .757 247
8 309, 417
5 009, 775
7 351, 087
8 198, 845
G 824, 888
2 920, 072
2 525, 759
3 401, 308
8 954, 750
6 216, 836
3 280, 157
3 589, 703
3 209, 106
3 613, 837
4 733, 501
4 472, 481
2 779, 159
2 619, 477
2 297. 772
2 786, 471
3 748, 493
4 958, 844
6 750, 872
5 267, 551
5 098, 778
6 650, 912
4 488, 339
2 843, 114
2 882, 168
5 909, 370
7 727, 272
5 716, 507
5 038, 854
6 758, 196
6 942 2.57
8 755, 240
9 367, 524
9 702, 545
10 054 123
12 027, 766
18 492 527
9 155, 785
6 569, 203
5 312, 420
5 846 720
7 329, 232
7 291 089
7 874, 748
7 699 233
6 692 333
9 162, 752
10 577 386
7 741 243
7 862, 667
8 953, 268
8 471, 611
9 625, 856
14 880, 165
11 831 561
11 293 078

Net
Treasury
Certificates
notes in cir- in circulation. dollars and
bullion in
culation.
Treasury.

419.174

$1, 375, 900
7,106, 500
11,487,351
17, 219, 656
21 896, 783
25,101,706
28, 871, 2-79
33,921,973
87, 020, 254
38,112,280
40, 483,165
48, 684, 078
45, 748, 350
57,205,228
66, 478, 484
70, 983, 286
75, 296, 057
78, 038, 819
75,718,553
77, 605, 410
81, 501, 770
87, 068, 872
98,051,057
101,756,301
104,114, 086
107, 001, 850
114, 567. 423
118, 8-7-7,559
122,039,656
123, 927, 848 '
128,447, 613
128, 956, 781
128,779,103
132, 505,183
140,661,694
143,774,138
145, 420, 209
148, 824,199
150,818,582
150, 770, 406
151,965,267
150, 755, 402
141, 038. 766
141,316,855
141,026,114
140, 074, 690
134, 862, 009
129, 918, 527
124, 552, 440
121, 495, 3-74
122, 715, 396
124, 574, 906
122, 453-, 781,
117,180,225
114, 249, 700
121, 457, 600
121,840,500
117, 954, 807
115,978,708
114, 004, 381
109, 436, 662
107, 035, 426
114, 526, 669
115, 280, 322
-115,726,769
110, 221,185
108, 074, 550
108,728,966

$276, 794, 386
282, 949,073
281 331,- 771
284, 178, 262
290, 605,582
292, 923, 348
294, 656, 083
29' 210,043
298, •748, 913
303, 471,210
309, 321,207
808, 206,177
308: 576, 499
308. 289.463
303: 844, 686
803 822, 259
309, 632,535
312 933,440
310, 541, 878
307: 364'; 148
307, 291,114
317, 588, 321
322; 016,487321 142, 642
320, 873, 610
320. 817, 568
320, 138, 307
825. 141,186
325, 683,149
827. 289,896
327. 290,165
326; 880,803
827; 336, 823
328, 289,145
326. 849, 827
324: 552,532
323, 464, 833
322. 035,011
328. 192, 660.
321 279,182
822; 958, 953
321 707-, 726
322: 115, 592
328: 489,185
380, 188, 390
326. 206, 836
324; 955,134
825, 717, 232
328. 421, 997
329: 545, 850
830. 161.308
331 119, 247
329 447,264
330: 305, 980
329, 959, 959
827. 094, 881
824. 491,738
325. 217,977
330: 520, 719
831 143,301
332, 317, 084
331 077, 784
326; 467, 272
325, 816,415
323 746, 756
823 215, 271
821 553,171
319: 731,752
320, 855,118
82; 772, 261
330 434,837
333 456, 236
335 855, 893
336, 078, 648
331 614, 339
332, 545, 943
337, 032, 426

$19, 829.
18, 315:505
23, 455.353
24, 556,311
22,140, 487
22, 938,588
24, 287,283
'26,699; 317
27, 654,890
21, 824,074
12, 590,619
10,119, 040
8,144, 229
• 8,853,973
15, 378, 349
18, 739:025
13,:'" 965
11, 524,303
15.957: 834
22,112, 714
22, 769,864
12,128, 945
6, 047,089
5, 052,677
4, 675,494
5,042, 347
7, 902,449
8, 944,279
4, 498,736
8, 894,974
4, 287,860
5, 265,528
4, 961 474
8,155, 618
' 2,840,124
2, 948,769
8, 274 410
5, 017,403
5, 554,409
8, 301,681
7, 750,136
9, 897,614
10,262, 490
6, 797,135
8, 911 458
8, 790,286
8, 468,495
8, 415,865
6, 2G3,269
5, 985,281
7, 580,012
7, 854,757
360
10,1
10,787, 293
11, 972,280
15, 730,380
18,'971 557.
18, 077,149
10, 874,654
8,310, 732
6; 781 912
7, 650,305
14, 386,985
16, 207,191
19, 605,524
21,497 273
25, 395;757
29, 965,754
30, 367 816
27,124, 081
18, 694,071
15,108; 202
13, 693,182
14, 848 306
22, 296,463
23,179 751
20, 570,664

5Q

REPORT ON THE FINANCES.

'iOo- 2 # = — S T A N D A R D S I L V E R D O L L A R S - A N D S I L V E R B U L L I O N I N T H E T R E A S U R Y ,
AND T R E A S U R Y N O T E S AND SIL^'-ER C E R T I F I C A T E S I N T H E T R E A S U R Y AND I N
CIRCULATION, AT T H E E N D OE E A C H M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.

Dollars and
bullion in
Treasurj'.

Montb.

Treasury
notes i n
Treasury.

Certificates i n
Treasury.

$495,127.114 $32,148, 255 $11, 578, 091
498, 563, 413 33, 304, 774 10, 629, 424
497 667,738 34,465,919 11, 359, 995
- • 498, 606, 002 84, 894, 743 13, 375, 833
497, 737, 900 85, 478, 756 11, 464, 610
495. 518, 362 38, 040, 233 10, 045, 030

1896—April.-...
M.ay
Jnnc
July
August.
September

Not
Treasury
n o t e s i u cir- Certificates dboullllairosna,nd
c u l a t i o n . . ill c i r c u l a t i o n . T r e a s u riyn
.
$100, 9 2 1 025
98,080, 50G
95, 217, 361
93, 948,532
91,262, 524
88, 964, 047

$338,
336.,
331
831
345,
354,

834, 413
313, 080
259. 509
656; 871
739, 894
431, 474

$23. 223, 421
28, 884, 053
36, 724, 949
38, 606, 051
25, 256, 726
16,082,608

MOp 2 t o — L E G A L - T E N D E R N O T E S I N T H E T R E A S U R Y , AND C U R R E N C Y C E R T I F I C A T E S
IN THE T R E A S U R Y A N D I N C I R C U L A T I O N , A T T H E E N D O F E A C H M O N T H , F R O M
J U N E , 1878.

Montb.
1878—Juno
JHiy
Au<xust
September..
October.....
November . .
December..1S79—January
February...
Marcb.
April
• " May
June
—
- July
August
September..
October
NovembeT . .
December...
1880—Jtmuary
- February . . .
March
April
May
...
June
July
August
September..
October
NoTember..
December..1881—January
February...
March
April
May
June
July
...
August
September..
October
NOT ember ...
December...
1882—Januai.\y
February . . .
March .".
April
May
June—
J«i.y
-August
September..
October
November ...
December...
1883-Jaiiiuuy
February.....
March
April
• May




Notes in
Treasurj'.
$62, 020, 121
67, 105, 859
68, 348, 254
63:, 049, 340
64, 175, 606
63, 655, 464
59,582,505
62, 463, 767
72, 650, 232
G7, 370, 678
61, 998,485
69, 142, 336
66, 015,970
63, 791, 466
70, 597, 606
48, 173, 254
37, 522, 587
29, 973, 454
22, 660, 494
24, 299, 582
26, 149, 093
24, 080, 081
28, 474, 280
30, 833, 020
33, 020, 559
34, 099, 124
31, 649, 849
27, 148.613
22, 418, 993
19, 574, 937
15, 741, 818
19, 181, 616
22, 206,601
21, 338, 198
22, 927. 086
26, 922, 305
80, 204, 092
29, 624,910
29, 320, 889
27, 130, 132
26, 281, 769
26, 401, 078
25, 992,800
28, 714, 394
29, 701, 850
28, 3-71,415
28, 627, 824
31, 938, 690
34, 670, 589
34,
590
35,
941
31,
158
29,
196
30,
392
28,
395
33,
237
32.
817
29,
561
30,
, 623
33,
825

Certificates
Ccrtifi cartes N e t notes in
Treasury.
in Treasury, in circulation
$570,000
460, 000
1, 480, 000
1, 345, 000
180, 000
2,120, 000
1, 510, 000
755, OOO
9, 42.5, 000
2, 580, 000
1,140,000
3,155,000
1,450, 000
590, 000
980,000
1,975, 000
2,315,000
685, 000
425,000
215, 000
670,000
175,GOO
175, OOO
600, 000
360, 000
.590, 000
105, 000
90, 000
150,000
75, 000
25, 000
325, 000
240, 000
40,000
2-75,000
215,000
175, 000
210, 000
35, OGO
55, 000
50, 000
70,000
105, OGO
215, 000
125, OGO
265, 000
75, 000
510, 000
185, 000
130,000
116,000
10, 000
10,000
60, GOO
210, 000
250, OGO
55, 000
15, COO

$46, 245, 000
$15, 775,121
51,120, OOU
15, 985. 859
47, 815, 000
20, 533; 254
39, 545, OGO
23,504,340
35, 660, 000
28,515, 606
35, 070, 000
.28,585, 404
33,190, 000.
26, 392, 505
40, 445, 000
22, 018, 707
36, 675, 000
35, 975, 232
25,145, 000
42, 225, 678
80,905,000
31,093,485
25, 880, 000
43,282,336
29, 355, 000
36, 860, 970
40, 250, 000
23, 541, 466
34, 375, 000
36. 222, 606
29, 240, 000
18,933,254
20,195, 000
17, 827, 567
13, 585, 000
18, 888, 454
10, 090, GOO
12, 570, 494
12, 685, 000
11, 614, 562
11, 095, 000
15, 054, 093
8, 320, 000
15, 760, 081
8, 985, 000
17, 489, 280
.12, 650, 000
18,183, 020
14, 235, 000
18,785,559
15,075*000
19,024.124
11, 205, 000
20, 444, 849
9, 885, 000
17, 263, 613
8, 625, 000
13, 793, 993
8, 450, GOO - 11,124,937
G, 98D, 000
8,761,818
8, 630, 000
10, 551, 016
7,640.000
14,586,601
6, 5G5, 000
14, 773,198
8,255,000
14,672,086
10,860,000
16,662,305
11, 650, 000
18, 554, 092
10,525,000
19,099,910
9. 450, 000
19,870,869
• 8,105, 000'
19,025,132
8, 275. 000
18,606.769
8, 990, 000
17, 411, 078
9, 540, 000
10,452,800
11, 330, OGO
17, 884, 394
11, 445, 000
18, 25G, 850
10, 925, 000
17, 446, 415
10, 990, 000
17,637,824
12,065,000
19,873,690
13, 245, 000
21, 425, 589
12, 220, 000
22.749,590
11, 815, 000
2-4, 068, 941
10, 540, 000
21,408,158
9, 835, 000
19, 851196
9, 835,000
. 20,756, 392
9,575,OOO
.18, 879, 395
12,430,000
21,162, 237
11130, 000
21,614,817
9, 465, 000
20,413,501
10, 050, 000
20,919,623
11,790,000
21,681,825

51

•XEEABUEEE.

M ® , :g 1 . 0 — . L E G A L - T E N D E R N O T E S I N T H E T R E A S U R Y , A N D CU.RRF:N^CY CERTiir:i.cATES
IN THE T R E A S U R Y A N D I N C I R C U L A T I O N , A T T H E E N D O F E A C H M O N T H , F R O M

J U N E , 1878—Continued.
Month.

1883—June
July
,...,....
August
:
'September.
October
NoA^ember
December
,
1884—Ja/uuary
February
March...
April —
May
Juno
July
August
September
October.
:.
November
December
1885—January
February
March
April
May
Juno
J'W^y
-August
Se.p torn b e r
October...
November
December
:
•1886—Ja-nuary
February
March
April
May
June
July
August.'.
-.
September
October
November
December
1887—January
February
March
April..
May
Juiie
July
August
September
October
November
December
=
1888—January —
February
March ,
April.
May
,
June
July
August
September
October..—
' N-ovember
December
1889—Jxinuary
February
Marcb
April
May
June
Ju]y
August
September....
October
November
December
1890_--January




N o t e s ill
Treasury.
$36, 498, 839
37,632,646
37,791,766
37,194, 420
37,113, 037
39, 874, 644
39, 644, 249
42,156,189
4'5,808, 632
45, 904, 652
•45,-785, 833
•38, "731, 841
40,183, 802
-42,727, 990
40,'843, 554
36,:524,873
;33,:942,172
32. .200, 683
36. 499, 575
43,958,469
48,626, 822
46,-683, 288
46,865,690
,50, 417,109
45,047, 379
48, 418, 997
55,658, 656
51,129, 322
45,695,341
43,-290, 643
41,781,200
47,890, 389
47,197, 292
42,214, 485
37,608,7-74
40,244,098
41,118, 817
41,044,142
46,7.71647
44, 224, 081
38,107,305
36, 573,188
29,679,326
33,003,882
33,•869, 202
28,294,938
28, 575, 474
30, 757, 876
28,783, 797
.28, 098, 740
•28, 287, 539
24,145, 212
22,476, 067
23,153, 220
22,409,425
.28,660,469
33,482, G87
33,085,623
•39, 046, 614
46,158, 200
.52,898,204
55,030, 740
'56, 225, 393
53,-358, 963
48,393,320
46, 562, 956
41,125, 860
43,361,498
45,220,511
39, 501, 281
•38,350,137
-43,'940, 387
46,-336, 085
47,939,866
48,870, 935
.36,445,258
•29,813,501
24,959, 022
15,673,925
19, 236, 224

Net notes iu
Certificates
Certificates
Treasury.
i n T r e a s u r y . in c i r c u l a t i o n
$31; ,000
25,-, 000
90,\ 600
•75,,000
75,s 600
100.i,OO0
80,I, 000
45,s60O
90,,000
520, , 000
105,vOOO
20,', 000
195, , 000
65,i,600
150, , 600
315, ,000
^85, 000
120, ,000
160. 000
45, , 000
380, ,000
1,005., 000
;
5o:. 000
•31-5:,000
200 ,600
260,V0O0
695 ,000
695, ,000
410, ,606
210, ,600
265, ,-000
260, ,000
385,., 600
840,1,000
-225,s-000
585, ,000
250. , 600
4-70,6 0 0
,
1, 510; 000
I,
150, ,000
20:vOOO
280, ,000
200,1,600
100, ,000
250,1,000
410,1,000
. 160,,000
•410: 1,000
310,1,600
350,1,000
420, ,000
150, ,000
170,, 000
320, ,000
130,•,600
280:I,-000
-440: 600
vOOO
•650,
100:•,000
470:1,600
250,1,000
100,1,000
90,1,600
580, ,000
300,, 0 0 0
150,1,600
470,',600
95,i, 000
280: ,000
510,, 6 0 0
110,1,000
270;I, .000
240,^ 000
30,I 000
,
460,I 000
,
770,',000
350, ,000
616, , 000
•570,
,000.
90:i OGO
,

$13, OCO, 000
$23, 438, 839
12,-885, 000
•24,747, 646
12,055,000
•25, 736, 766
11,-876, 000
.25,;324, 420
12,545,000
•2.4,568, 037
14, 365. 000
25, 509, 644
14, 480, 000
;25,164, 249
16, 835, OGO
•25,321,189
18,125, 000
27,•683. 632
14. 955, 000
30,-949, 652
14,920.000
30,845,833
11,030,000
.27, 701-841
12,190, 000
27,:993, 802
13,165, 000
•29,:582, 990
14,.270, 000
26, 573, 554
15,630,000. . •20,894,873
17,770,000
16,172,172
22, 575,000
9, 625,C83
24, 760, 000
11, 739, 575
30, 085, 000
13, 873, 469
30, 200, 000
18, 72G, 822
26, 210, 000
•20,478, 288
25,400,000
21, 4G5, 090
26, 925, 000
23, 492,109
29,585,000
15, 462, 379
31,420,000
16,998,997
30,865,000
24, 793, 856
23,185, 000
2 7 , 944,-332
,.
18,145, 000
27,550,341
17,555,000
25, 735, 643
13, 790, 000
27,941, 200
14, 590, 000
33, 300, 389
14,920,000
32,277,292
11,925,000
•30;289, 485
11, 515, 000
26,688,774
13, 955, 000
26,289,098
15, 250, OGO
.22, 868, 317
19,105,000
.21,939,142
11,195, OGO
35,579,6477,705, 000
;36,519,081
7,140,000
•30,.987, 305
29,548,188
7. 025, 000
23,1G9, 326
6, 510, GOO
24,-283, 682
8, 720, 000
25, 689, 202
•8,180, 000
'21,159, 938
7,135,000
20, 225, 4.74
8, 350,000
21,787,376
8, 990, 000
20,013,797
8,770,000
8,460, 000
19, 833, 740
-7,130,000
21,157,539
G,..535, 000.
17,610,212
7, 215, 000
15,261, 067
6, 835, 000
16,318,220
6,985,000
15, 424, 425
10, 645, 000
18,015,469
.11,215,000
•22, 267, 087
8, 915, GOO
•24; 170, 623
10, 555, 000
28, 491, 614
12, 230, 000
38, 928. 200
14,415,000
87, 988, 204
15, 205, 000
39,825,740
14,645,000
41,-580, 393
12,730,00040. 628, 983
11,580,000
.36,813,320
11,.360,60O
35,202,956
10,250,006
30,875.860
13, 915, 000
29, 446, 498
15, 920, 000
29, 300, 511
14, 450, 000
25,051,231
14, 580, GGO
.23, 770,137
16,150,000
27,-790, 387
29,601,085
16, .7.35, 000
17,57.5,000
30, 364, 366
16,,545, 000
•32,325,935
15, 275, COO
21,170, 258
12,510,600
17,-803, 501
10, .140, 000
14,819, 022
.9, 000, 000
6,673,925
11,630,000
7, 606, 224

52

R E P O R T ON THE

FINANCES.

M o . 2 t . — L E G A L - T E N D E R N O T E S I N THE T R E A S U R Y , AND C U R R E N C Y C E R T I F I C A T E S
IN THE T R E A S U R Y A N D I N C I R C U L A T I O N , A T T H E E N D O F E A C H M O N T H , F R O M

J U N E , 1878—Continued.
Month.
1890—February.
March
April
Hay
June
,
July
August. - September
October...
November
December.
1891—January ..,
February .
. Ma;rch . . . .
April
May
: Juno
•
July
• . August —
•
.-September
October
-.November
December.
1892—January ..
". • F e b r u a r y .
..
' March
. • -. . A p r i l
May
Juiio
July
. A u g u s t . -.
September
v. O c t o b e r . . .
! November.
December.
1893—January ..
February .
March
.April.....
..
. May
,. J u n o
-..
July
August...
September
October...
November
December.
1894—Jaiiuary . .
February .
Marcli
.April
May
June
July
August...
September
. October . . .
. November
December.
1895—January . .
February'-.
March
. April
May
Juiie......
July
August...
September
October —
November
. December.
1896—January..
February.
March
April
May
June
July
August...
September




N o t e s in
Treasury.
, 823, 865
11,:, 579, 857
i,
16, 004, 411
',
19, 747, 799
23,:, 634,190
23. ,983,412
21 ,826, 810
13,1,727,790.
:,
1 1 744, 912
13:1,144, 884
12:,199,348
,
22, 057, 802
22,, 955, 586
15,, 822, 045
19,,207,344.
28,,927,887
32:, 731, 996
i, 098, 409
i,
42, 922, 265
i, 995, 717
28,
1
18,, 378, 813
15. 293,073
14 , 944, 710
:,
22, 098, 384
,
34, 066, 987
34 , 772, 842
33, , 622, 075
1,
38, 551, 028
1,
38, 526, 500
;,
38, 638, 607
,401,147
34,
I,
29, 580, 343
-,
16, 644, 592
14 ,827, 293
18,,453, 443
31 , 006, 021
',
37, 926, 514
1,421,089
36,
•,
37, 164, 5-74
!,
38: 843, 884
82,,833, 866
26,, 798, 823
19,, 504, 705
18 946. 951
28,,705,594
38,, 095, 567
45 , 334, 086
.,
49, 617, 696
65:, 032, 906
67 ,673,122
,024,286
74,
88,,695,979
95,, 631, 053
,
101 645, 390
I,
110, 504, 842
t,
109, 511. 428
94,631,483
961,174, 691
',
110; 289,108
123,, 252, 989
121 , 148, 215
118,, 617, 746
107,,081,082
109,, 832, 457
111 ,681,252
106,, 817, 588
202, 881
184,,947,454
142,, 280, 347
134,, 091, 477
136,, 869, 654
137, 038, 271
128. 867,173
1,
136, 744, 848
1,
146,, 479, 890
141, 423,035
151 695, 577
i,
155,, 665, 226
143, 195, 033
\
150,, 178, 949
133,

sii

Certificates
Certificates N e t n o t e s i n
i n T r e a s u r y . irt c i r c u l a t i o n
Treasury.
$250,
990,
140:
340;
450,
40,
• 410,
180,
20,
320,
10,
140,
260,
530,
270.
310,
1, 425,
180,
730,
1,990:
336,
370,
200:
90:
90,
1, 380,
340:
290:
490;
980,
580
970,
560,
270,
490.
580;
510,
420
140,
825
430
485
60;
85
100
120,
40.
40,
360.
140.
120,
300,
260.
720.
550,
280.
850,
1, 960.
8, 620.
430,
740,
80,
190,
350,
120:
530,
3, 675,
275
2, 800.
2, 845
320.
245,
220.
365,
240.
150,
610,
830.
410,

$10, 230, 000
.7,660,000
. 8,795,000
. 9, 855, OGO
. 11,8.30,000.
11, 820, 000
. 8, 820, 000
6, 990, 000
. 6, 910, 000
6,270,000
G, 810, 000
11,360,000
12, 2-70, 000
11,145, 000
. 14,000,000
17, 750, 000
21,385,000
27, 265, 000
. 28,455,000
. 17,845,000
. 10,765,000
9, 765,OCO
9, 265, 000
16, 760, 000
29, 350, 000
29, 840, 000
80, 210, 000
33, 730, 000
29, 830, 000,
.26,720,000
22, 210,000
17, 290, 000
. 10,550,000
8, 230, 000
7,100, 000
14,450,000
19, 250, 000
16, 670, 000
15, 840, 000
16, 955, 000
11,935,000
7, 855, 000
5, 605, 000
8, 200, 000
22, 325, 000
83,205,000
39, 045, 000
. 44, 935, CGO
47, 805, 000
• 52, 720, 000
57, 270, 000
59, 250, 000
58, 935, 000
61, 895, 000
58, 065, 000
55, -755, 000
54, 045, 000
57,135, COO
47, 005, 000
87, 825, 000
36,925,000
36, 825, 000
3-7, 295, 000
48. 245, 000
55, 405, 000
56, 926, 000
78, 555, OGO
63, 840, OGO
56, 740, GGO
45, 935, 000
31,605,000
28, 925. 000
32, 825, 000
34, 460, 000
32,930, 000
83,430,000
.31,840,000
41, 540, 000
38, 395, 000
34, 305, 000
.

$9 593,
6 919,
7 209,
9 892,
11 804,
12 163,
12 808,
6 737,
7 834,
6 874,
5 389,
10 897,
10 885,
4 677,
5 207,
9 177,
11 366,
10 833,
14 467,
9 150,
5 613,
5 528,
5 679,
5 338,
4 716,
4 932,
3 412,
4 821,
8 696,
11 918,
12 191,
12 270,
6 094,
6 597,
11 353,
16 556,
18 676,
19 751
21 324,
21 388,
20 398,
18 918.
13 899,
8 746,
4 380,
4 890,
G 289,
4 682,
17 227,
14 953,
18 754,
29 445,
36 698.
42 9.50,
52 439,
53 758,
40 586,
39 039,
03 284,
85 627,
84 223,
81 792,
G9 736,
61 587,
56 276.
49 897,
57 647,
79 107,
77 520,
90 156,
106 264,
99 113,
104 042.
112 284,
108 549,
120 993,
123 855,
102 125,
111 800,
98 868,

63

TREASURER.

•N®o ,g2o—GOLD, S I L V E R , AND P A P E R C U R R E N C Y I N T H E TREASURY I N E X C E S S OF
C E R T I F I C A T E S I N CIRCULATION AND T R E A S U R Y
END OF E A C H M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878.

Month.

Gold coin
and bullion.

1878—June
$103, 562.
108,161
July
117, 825:
August
112, 802,
September
October..
117, 965,
November
118, 282,
December
114,198,
116, 874.
1879—January
116,888,
February
117,182
March
118,809:
April
May
121, 300:
119, 956,
June
120, 820,
July
126, 537:
August
154, 783:
September
157,140,
October
147, 247
NoA^ember
148,194
December
143, 840;
1380—January
136, 995,
February
135, 766,
March
April
130, 726,
120, 699,
May
118,181
June
115, 274,
July
120, 018,
August
127, 764.
Septeraber
133, 278,
October
143,^"^
November
150, 213,
December
1881—January
148, 052,
160,1
February
167, 639,
. March
161 358,
April
157, 893,
May
157, 412,
Juiie
149,183.
July
164. i
August
169; 122;
September
187,785,
October
.173, 025.
November
167, 429;
December.....
159, 972,
1882—January
168, 585,
Februaiy
161, 290,
March
April
149, 997
148,932,
May
143, 477,
June
July
140, 062:
144, 311
August.
147, 831
September
October
148, 435,
November
144, 809,
December..
131, 989,
1883—January...
-125, 648,
February ..
135,107
March
141, 308,
April
139, 439,
May
133,718
June
138,271
July
142, 705,
August
149, 625,
September.
151,115;
October
157, 3.53,
November.
157, 235:
December..
155, 429
18S4—January . . .
144, 350,
February..
144, 038,
March
142, 259,
April
139, 624,
May
142,006,
133, 729,
Juiie
119, 048,
July
122, 405,
August
130, 514,
Sep'tember
134,070,
October
138,015,
November .




Silver
dollars and
' bullion.
052,
250,
565,
077,
680,
636,
730,
822,
Oil,
995,
445,
409,
825,
492,
278,
940,
255,
267,
886,
880,
924,
850,
803,
580,
780,
343,
256,
009,
847,
147,
248,
124,
267,
748,
750,
190,
743,
819, 329
134, 672
162,183
532, 212
882, 447
142,970
820,090
195, 805
925, 519
172, 647
878, 634
899, 449
157,085
367, 434
807,030
367,112
041,875
854,107
208.138
665, 781
961, 027
828,804
775, 549
815,009
639, 595
773,322
638, 434
417,044
286, 037
191,150
494,591
130,350
966,927
886,440
189,403
157,388
110,451
501,941
831, 681
535, 393

NOTES

OUTSTANDING,

Fractional Legal-tender
s i l v e r coin.
notes.
$6, 860, 506
'7,079,687
6, 478, 642
6,143, 903
6, 323,132
6, 009, 834
6,031,805
6,143, 449
G, 278, 491
6, 428,185
6, 621, 940
6, 813, 589
8, 908, 401
12,731,766
15,236,724
18, 814, 309
17, 755, 987
18, 432, 4-78
18, 881, 629
20, 204, 810
21,179,312
21, 989, 814
22, 767, 673
23, 577, 092
24, 350, 482
24, 975,714
25,152, 972
24, 799, 025
24, 629, 490
24, 653,530
24, 769, 057
25, 490, 915
25,813,058
26, 283, 892
28, 493, 813
28, 841, 957
27, 247, G97
27, 295,487
27, 042, 807
26,818,114
25, 984, 688
25, 918, 252
25, 963, 641
26, 587, 873
26, 869, 906
27,187, 681
27, 439,184
27, 755, 928
28, 048, 631
PS, 153,956
27, 990, 388
27, 426,140
26,749, 432
26, 544, 544
26, 521, 892
27,135, 245
27,507,276
27, 865, 994
28, 088, 629
28, 303,196
28, 486, 001
28, 058,142
27, 819, 712
26,750,161
26, 712,424
26, 969, 614
27,224,126
28, 014,415
28, 490, 907
28, 886, 556
29,158, 480
29, 377, 206
29, 600, 720
29, 797, 486
29, 6.59, 003
29, 474,161
29, 346, 757
29,143, 283

$25, 775,121
25, 985, 859.
80,
33
38,
88,
36,
30,
44
50,
89,
51
45,
23;
30,
18;
1'

le:
12:
11
15,
15,
17,
18,
18,
19,
20,
17;
13,
11,
8,
10,
11,
14,
14;
16,
18:
19:
19;
19,
18:
17,
1
17,
18,
.17,
1
19:
21
22;
24,
21
19:
20:
18:
21
21,
20:
20:
21
23,
24,
25,
25,
24
25:
25:
25,
27:
80.
30,
2
27.
29,
26,
20.
16,
9,

Nationalbank notes.
$12,'
14,119,
11, 772,
9, 260,
6, 370,
8, 055,
8, 469,
12, 374,
10, 233,
5, 542,
7, 762,
14, 861,
8, 286,
7,188,
5,138,
4, 321,
3, 658,
8, 208,
3, 242,
G, 885,
4, 242,
3, 806.
5,588,
8 '—
7^ 090;
7, 237,
4, 335,
3, 575
4,197,
• 3, 702,
4, 242,
6, 342,
4,144,
4, 321
5, 988,
7, 784,
5, 296,
5, 532,
4, 273
4,551
4, 739,
4, 558,
5, 677
7, 377,
5, 484,
4,518,
6,180,
7,418,
0, 277,
8, 428,
7, 287,
6, 370,
6,311
6, 532:
10, 486:
6. 761
4,199,
6, 343,
8,361
8, 217,
8, 343,
6, 019;
6, 017;
6, 428,
7, 070,
8, 955,
14, 748,
12, 048,
7, 802,
9, 950,
7,533,
8, 809,
10, 529,
11,614,
11, 078,
10,171
10, 525,

AT T H E

Total.

$104,040,
171, 603,
184, 676,
182, 589,
190, 85r
195, 570.
190, 817.
193, 593;
206, 904,
209, 813,
203,179,
225,855,
215, 009.
197, 275,
217,413,
229, 773,
230,137
220, 544.
214,725,
217, 905,
211396,
213,972.
215, 375,
213,023.
212,188:
211, 855,
216; 208,
211412,
209, 246,
210, 610.
208,233,
210,562,
232,601
232, 766:
234, 262.
233, 773.
235, 254.
227, 497.
237, 9 0 1
235,146.
227, 878.
232. 443.
226, 405.
225, 445.
237,016,
233, 636.
227,18O:
235,153,
235,107.
238, 293.
289, 8I5:
235, 882,
232, 216,
227, 788,
213, 961
217, 286,
227,198,
230, 452:
232, 731
233, 893,
242,188,
247, 609:
252, 84i:
219, 981
250, 700,
251, 202,
244, 039.
248, 624.
247, 758.
248, 088,
249, 546,
246, 506,
243, 323,
236, 095,
241, 422
242, 464
237,198
231, 845,

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Mo.

R E P O R T ON T H E

FINANCES.

^2.—G(0LVj S I L V E R , AND P A P E R C U R R E N C Y I N T H E T R E A S U R Y I N E X C E S S OF

C E R T I F I C A T E S I N CIRCULATION AND T R E A S U R Y N O T E S
E N D OF E A C H M o N T H , FRO-M J u N E , 1 8 7 8 — C o n t i n u e d .

G o l d coin
and bullion.
1884—December-.
1885-^ J a n u a r y . . .
F e b r u a r y .,
March
April.
May
Jujie
....
July
August
Septeraber.
Ootober
November.
December..
.1888—January . . .
February..
March.....
April
May
June
July
August
September.
October...^.
November .
December..
1887—January...
February..
March
April
May
-.
Juno ......
July
August
September.
October—
November.
December .
•1888—January...
February..
March
April
May
Juno
July
August
. September.
October
November.
December .
1889—January..,
February..
March.."..-.
April
May.
Juno
July
August—
September,
October
November,
December
1890—January . .
February.
Marcb
April
May
June
July.......
August...
Septeraber
October...
November
December
1891—January..,
February,
March
,
April
May.

Silver
dollars and
bullion.

$141,688,432
. 125,187,595
127, 346. 553
125, 793; 257
11-7, 927, 395
115, 810, 533
120, 298, 895
126,078,596
126,371,928
133,113, 324
142,338,589
146, 391, 486
147, 991, 809
186, 088, 610
144,164, 038
1 5 1 379, 525
155, 865, 808
156, 304, 709
158, 793, 749
158; 933, 005
157, 732, 289
157, 917, 211
158, 587,179
163,930,220
170, 912, 414
168, 475, 361
175,130,262
181, 939, 848
180, 902, 431
186,667,774
186, 875, 669
186, 306, 330
193, 271194
192, 717, 947
202, 859, 882
211, 880, 526
208, 008,180
202, 955,184
212,869,914
218, 818, 253
213, 239. 994
200, 301,129
193, 886, 247
1 9 1 592, 280
208, 383, 036
197, 713,116
191, 074, 575
199, 839.134
263, 885, 219
194,655, 264
196, 245, 980
197, 874, 422
191, 589,112
192, 252, 715^
186, ^ l i , 560
182, 218.164
180, 654; 670
189,196, 423
187, 572, 386
187,496, 672
190,833, 052
177, 386, 285
187, 988, 948
185, 287, 715
186, 235, 572
190,544,854
190, 232, 405
184, 092, 074
185, 837, 581
147, 981, 732
156, 315. 624
182, 439, 381
148, 972, 935
141, 728, 097
149, 712, 824
148, .118,150
141, 742, 241
133,207tl64

$36, 353, 009 $29,191 356
41, 386, 925
29,901,105
46,084,186
30,244,836
48, 085, 750
30,632, 326
5 1 039, 275
30,941049
61, 257, 813
3 1 , 6 9 1 365
67,921,052
31, 236, 899
71, 572, 679
25, 355, 020
24, 724, 287
74, 541,11.5
23, G41, 894
75, 743,128
22,985,536
71511,106
27,920,309
76,449,332
27, 796, 431
76, 835, 766
29,013,994
82, 980; 559
28,811,088
88,028, 058
86, 849, 668
28, 822, 838
87, 751, 883 28, 861 483
91, 015, 678 28, 912, 277
96, 229, 539 28, 904, 682
97,745,950
28, 584, 625
96, 016, 637 27, 956, 992
89, 633,875 2Q, 899, 745
86, 432, 380 26,300,836
83, 483, 504 25, 808, 0G7
75, 998, 945 25, 660, 935
85, 525,108 26, 323, 525
81, 682,188 26, 482, 472
78, 381, 335 26, 601, 614
78,182,753
28, 891, 077
79,778,868
27, 064, 743
80, 283, 388 26, 977, 494
79, 641, 424 26, 891,106
77, 513, 687 26,148, 531
70, 694, 879 24, 984, 219
65,144, 607 24,468,135
58, 561 824 24,158, 004
52, 023, 982 ^ 4 , 827, 529
54, 816, 873 25, 019, 973
53, 799, 987 25, 355, 4,32
50, 535, 805 25, 566, 280
51, 666, 904 25, 750, 228
53, 299, 806 25, 878, 872
26, 051, 741
54, 111 865
26, 034, 462
53,184,140
49,173, 640 25, 746, 759
40, 875, 786 24, 738, 696
30, 755, 402 24, 088, 769
25, 294, 299 23, 801,676
19, 052,107 28, 655, 458
25, 080, 568 2 1 449, 597
27, 648, 591 24, 715, 021
26, 824,166 24, 921, 004
27,142, 622 24,975,587
30, 238, 274 25,125, 295
82, 585, 930 25,129, 733
32, 685, 553 25, 012, 877
. 25, 346. 378 24, 766, 455
17, 650, 663 23, 884, 841
17,137, 748 22, 737, 900
19, 629, 848 22,183, 430
18, 315, 505 21, 927, 928
28, 455, 353 22, 506, 504
24, 556, 311 22, 758, 580
22,140, 487 22, 814, 565
22, 938, 568 22, 989, 474
24, 287, 263 22, 902, 558
28, 899, 817 22, 805, 226
27, 654, 890 22, 333,891
21, 858, 259
21,821074
20, 568, 709
12,590,619
10,119, 040 19, 551,410
. 8,144, 229 19,066,586
8, 353,973 18,987,690
15, 370, 949 19, 973, 211
16, 739, 025
20, 352, 665
13,828,985
20,486,094
11, 524, 303
20, 568, 406
15,957,834
20, 063. 882




OUTSTANDING,

Fractional Legal-tender
Nationals i l v e r coin.
b a n k notes.
• notes.
$11, 739, 575
13, 873. 469
18, 726, 822
20, 473, 288
21, 465, 690
23, 492,169
15,402,379
16,998,997
24, 798, 656
27, 944, 332
27, 550, 341
25, 735, 043
2-7, 941, 200
33, 300, 389
32, 277, 292
80, 289, 485
28, 088, 774
26, 289, 098
22, 888,317
21, 989,142
85, 579, 647
36, 519, 081
30,967,305
29, 548,188
23.169, 326
24, 283, 682
25, 689,202
21,159, 938
20, 225, 474
21, 767, 376
20, 013, 797
19, 633, 740
21,157, 589
17, 610, 212
15, 281, 067
16, 318, 220
15,424,425
18, 015,489
22, 267, 087
24.170, 623
28,491,614
83, 928, 200
37, 983, 204
39, 825, 740
41580,398
40, 628, 963
36, 813, 320
35, 202, 956
30, 875,860
29, 448, 498
29, ,300, 511
25, 051, 231
23, 7-70,137
27, 790, 387
29, 601, 085
30, 364, 366
32, 325, 935
21,170,258
17, 803, 501
14,819,022
G, 673, 925
7, 608, 224
9, 593, 885
6, 919,857
7, 209, 411
9, 892, 799
11, 804,190
12,163, 412
12, 800, 810
G, 787, 790
7, 834, 912
6, 874, 864
5, 889, 348
10, 697, 802
10,685,586
4, 677. 045
5, 207, 344
9,177, 33*7

AT

THE

Total.

329, 994 $229, 305, 366
880, 648 224, 229, 742
232, 176,538
774,141
312, 940 232, 297, 581
120, 660 232, 497,089
242, 060, 907
808,087
945, 711 241 864, 936
248, 086, 422
081,130
556,108• 257, 987, 094
190, 408 288,639, 086
438, 241 272, 803, 813
282, 272,126
775,356
347, 767 285, 412,973
951, 057 291, 332, 609
961, 334 299, 241,760
392, 208 800, 733, 519
881, 002 302, 401, 450
307, 483,912
962.150
308, 830, 703
034,416
792, 409 310, 995,131
878, 520 320, 164, 085
313, 074, 076
104,764
192, 746 305, 429, 946
305, 292, 012
522, 033
012, 335 298, 753, 955
606, 322 304, 213, 998
072, 561 812, 056, 885
310, 641, 220
558.485
480, 653 309, 682, 388
819, 206, 006
927,245
316, 512, 933
362,585
315, 414, 705
142,105
321 448, 677
354,726
938, 593 308, 945,850
311, 891,821
157,980
131, 864 311 053, 438
919, 434 805, 303,500
782, 203 308, 589, 702
355. 477 320,647, 897
823, 787 324, 414, 748
325, 690, 934
942,194
702, 811 320, 110, 818
319, 067, 278
051 221
218, 834 321, 855, 456
330, 768, 985
880,157
023, 307 309, 979, 848
167, 954 286, 900, 020
381, 456 287, 019,521
281, 536, 690
088,046
279, 071,156
439, 229 281 343, 675
433,572
277, 725, 090
054, 267 271, 164, 328
686, 890 280. 109, 758
703,087
278, 186, 639
158, 331 273, 913,495
632, 535 267, 884,099
590,681
255, 765, 906
883,721
249, 962, 950
211,415
248, 830, 945
251,973
240, 250, 765
500, 355 237, 127,126
172, 760 2-49,236, 968
389,314
241, 099, 620
937,196
243, 315, 561
942, 586
251, 916,789
289,295
255. 892, 905
351,767
251, 010, 626
766, 859 247, 389, 952
063, 228 192, 494, 361
620, 511 197, 483, 624
662, 638 199, 942, 004
416, 944 185, 058, 533
349, 587 194, 096, 210
202, 460,738
320.151
190, 525, 491
970,838
415, 237 183. 098, 054
183; 595.707
055, 760
189, 490

55

TREASURER.

M®bv^S:o.—GOLD,. SILVEPK:, AND P A P E R CUK-RENCY IN. THE: TREASURY^ IN. E X C E S S O F
CERTHCICAT.ES IN-- CLRGULA-TION AND T R E A S U R Y N O T E S O-UTSTANDING, AT T H E

END OF EACH MONTH, FROM JuNE, 1878—Continued.
Month.

Silver'
NationalFractional Legalrtender
Gold coin,
d o l l a r s a n d , s i l v e r com..
banlt notes.
notes:.
and bullion-.
bullion.

1891-June
=.......... .$•1-17, GG7-. 723: $22; 112; 714. , $19; 656; G95^
121,113, 024L
22.769,364
19,'868ii;42:
JTuly....,.132. 471,409; - 12,128,, 945;. IS; 440,..722
August..,.-...
September...... 132; 523, 222-. . 6,047,.O89:: 16; 84G; 620:
127,674,422:
5, 052;..677: : 15,196^379;
October
129,193; 221
4, 675- 491. • 14, 389; 585
November5, 042; 347- • 13; 789; 325•
136, 740; 631
December-..-.1.
119, 574. 9057, 902, 449- 14, 491 8.42V
1892.—January
122,122;il3;
3, 944, 279^ 11787,8321
February.
125, 8:l-5, 0404, 498; 73614, 746; 917
March...
119,909, 7573. 891..971 1 1 800; 427'
April.
4. 287: 860- 14\ 459, 497
May
• 114, 231, 883114, 342;,.3675; 265( 528: 11221714>June
110, 4 4 1 391,
4; 961- 4 7 1 ^ 1 1 1 5 3 , 0 6 3 :
July
3,155, 61813, 575-..773
August ..i...... 114,156; 316
, 119. 395; 500.
2, 810; 124'
12; 551108.
SepLoraber;
124, 006; 120: • 2, 94-8, 769- 11, 499; 579October...i
124, 409;.657
3,274:41010, 960; 183November
121,266.6635. 017: 403'
10; 57.i:,48l.
December:
108,181, 713; . 5; 554; 409
11, 346; 523 .
1893:—January ...
103, 284, 219
8. 3 0 1 681
10; 971.87a
February .
10G,.892,.224
7, 75:0,136n , 105-,. 155.
Marcli
97. Oil, 3309. 897; G i l
11113,. 573.
A.pril
...
95. 048-, 641
10; 262; 490.
1 1 3 9 1 610
M;ay
95; 4.85V 411
6, 797; 135- 11, 855v 941
June;
99. 202,. 933
3, 911,. 458:" 12, 556; 749.'
July
.-.-.
96, 009-, 123"
3,790:; 280;
12; 700; 829:
August.,..
9.3, 582; 172;8, 468i 495
13, 496, 416;
September81881.8638, 415, 865': 12; 667,195;.
October..
82,959,0496, 293;. 269. 11;, 418, 708November
80. 891,606'
5. 965; 281 11, 639, 467December
65, 650|.175;
i , 580, 012. 15; 933:. 847
189.4—January
106,527.068
7. 851.75716,591888
Februarv
106,149; 136
-10, 680, 360
17, 073-2.68
March
100, 202; 009. . 10. 787;.29317; 502:, 126
April --.,
78, 693, 267
11; 972. 280
17, 582: 973
May
- 64, 873; 625
1-5,73Oi.38017; 889; 531
Juiie
. 5 1 975, 607
18. 9 7 1 557
17, 970; 261
July55,216,906
18; 0-77,149. • 17, 720; 835August
58. 875:.317
10,87.4^651
16, 809i 713.
September61; 38i;.827
8, 310, 732: 15, 424; 113October
105,4215696, 781, 9.12: 11, 721.392November
86, 2.41 445.
7, 656; 305
14; 483; 636;
December".
44, 70o, 967
14, 386; 985
15, 4 8 1 586
1895—January
87. 085, 511
18, 207; 191 10; 131,145-February
90, 643; 307
19,005,524
18, 577, 511
March
91, 247,145
21, 497, 278;
16, 516,: 559April
:
. 99,151.409
25, 395; 7.57- 1,6, 589, 443:
May
29.965.751
16, 5,52; 845
June.
... 107, 512, 363:
July
... 107. 238,. 487- 30; 367; 816; l-6;532;93&
. 100; 329,-837
27,121061
16;055;743-:
Aaigust....
92, 911, 974. 18, 894,.071. 14, 882, 337
September:
92, 943,-180: 15,108] 202
13; 426; 421
October
7.9,-333-.. 966. 13, 693,182. • 13,032-; 887
NoA^ember
63, 262; 28814, 8485 3C6
12-761321
December:
49, 845, 508- - 22, 298;-.463i • l l , •188, 78-7;
1896.—January
123, 962, 980- 23,179j.751
14-, 820-. 486;
February^
20, 5'76, 684; 15-246: 374..
March
. 128,646,461
125, 393;. 900- 23, 223i.42i: • 15,459; 003- •
April...,....,
108, 345; 281 . 28,8G4-.053- 15, 637;.421
May
1 0 1 699,-.605
36,724,949.
15; 730,-9:7.6:
June...
110,718, 746-; 38, 606;.G51
16, O04„145
July
100, 957, 561
25, 25.6,. 726.- 15, 909,.801
August
124, 034,.67216,0S2;,608. ; 15il26;483September




$11-, 066;.996.
10, 833,.409
14, 467.; 265; :
9,150; 717
5, 61-3; 8I3::
5. 528:073;
5, 679; 710;
5- 838v 384 .
4, 716; 987
4, 932; 842:
8, 412, 075:
4-, 821.0288', 696, 590.
11, 918; 607
12,191.:,, 147 .
12, 270i 343:
6, 091 592G, 597-, 293Tl. 353; 443 •
IG; 556;. 021
18, 676; 514 .
19, 75-1, 069:
21, 824, 5-7.1
21, 388, 384
20, 898, 866'
18, 943, 82213,899,705
8, 746; 951
4, 880:, 59.4:
4, 890,. 507
6,289,086: ;
4, 682. 696: :
17, 227; 906' ;
14, 953; 122 •
16, 754,-286
29, 445,.979;
36, 698; 053:
42,950.390: •
52, 439; 842 ,
53, 756; 428^
40, 586; 48339, 039; 691 .
83, 284; 108
85, 627; 980^
84, 228; 21581, 792; 746;
60, 786; 082
G1,587,457.56, 276; 252;
49, 897, 588-.
57, 647; 881 '
7.9,107; 451:.
•77, 52.0,. 347
90.15-6,477
106, 201, 054; •
99,113.:. 271
104, 012,173112, 2 8 1 848.
108,549,890
120,993;. 035 •
123, 855, 57.7
102,125; 226
111,800,038 •
98, 868,.949 •

Total.

$5. 655,171 $176; 459:,.302
5,921947
180,008, 880
6, 822,. 252: 184v330,593
5,695,.G80: : 170,2:82,7.28
5,.738,795 . 159; 276, 086
4, 841, 754 . 15Si.828,130
4; 651,162
159: 903,165
6,028,889
153-,.339;.469
4; 792, 427
150;.363,C38
3-. 884, 496^ 153,. 878. 031
4; 409,486.
146, 226, 719
5; 071, 381 14-2,:871.852
5-; 376, 893
14.7,. 906, 092
5; 9 3 1 778. 147, 409, 313
6, 623, 311 : 149;702,1G5
7; 701, 852. : 154; 759,126
7, 208, 009. 151,.757, 069
5; 828, 486: 151,.070, 029
6, 043, 059 . 154,252.049
7, 768,1.701.49,.40G, 836.
5; 578,128- : 146,812.418
8; 827, I I L 149,. 385, 695
5, 085, 299
141.432. 390
5, 243, 455: 143, .337, 580
3; 982, 733. 138,,520, 092
3,620.159
13,8,. 235,112
3,157, 587 ' 129; 557. 530
7, 815, 481 : 132; 109; 515
11, 566, 766. 12.1,. 415, 283
12,808,547
118;. 370, .140
12,357,628. 117,143,042
14,526,887- 108; 372,.6I7:
12; 640,479: 16O;8'45,098
10; 758, 809 . 1-59,.614, 695
8, 750, 439. 153: 99G, 147
7; 520, 998
145, 215. 497
6,-598,.893:
141,.787; 882
4, 895, 465. 139j 783, 280
5,567,-162
149,. 021, 888
5, 017, 748
145.,.333, SCO
4; 970,188
130,.853,.343
4,169, 283
170,189, 847
4, 7.59, 972- 176i 422, 406
6; 383,175 - 166,535,702:
5^54,. 293
208,801,355
4,. 449,. 893
213, 068, 981
4, 959, 625. 203, 956, 684
1 899,226
207,623,292
1643,489
214, 950. 703
5, 642, 488'
209; 877. 315
7,800,591 •208,;758; 113
6; 018, 7-75
211, 614, 811
6, 523, 002. , 205,521,752
6; 391, 74.6: 202; 607. 758
7, 063,.137
201.202, 686
10"; 409, 650 • 195, 851,.629:
8; 030,. 538. 27.4-,.635, 928
7; 110, 998, 288,859. 345
7, 58.7,. 158
2S0,.213, 372
1O;0O2;885
283; 842,181
10,688,620
288, 679, 727
11,933,422
279;.387, 590
13; 815., ,3-70 26.7, 739, 496
12; 834,494
266, 947, 206

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REPORT ON THE FINANCES.
2 S . — A S S E T S AND L I A B I L I T I E S OF THE T R E A S U R Y IN E X C E S S o r C E R T I F I C A T E S
AND T R E A S U R Y N O T E S AT T H E END OE E A C H M O N T H , EROM J U N E ,
1878.
Assets.
Month.

1878—Juno
-.
July
August
September...
October
November ...
December
1879—Januar.y
Februa,'ry...-.
March
Aiiril
May
June
July
-. A u g u s t
September...
October
: November ...
December
1880—January
: . February
March
April
MayJune
July
.- A u g u s t
-. S e p t e m b e r . . .
. October
v : November ...
December....
1881—January..
.^' - F e b r u a r y .
• March
'
April
• May••;• J u n e
••' J u l y
' • August...
September:..
October
. November ...
December
1882—January
February
Marcli
April
. May ;
Juiio
July
August
September...
October
November ...
December
1883—J a n u a r y
February
March
April
May
June;
July
August
S e p t e m b e r .•
• October....
November .
December..
1884—January . . .
February..
March .....
April
May
Juno
July
August
September...
October
November ...

Gold, s i l v e r ,
and notes.
$104, 040, 821
171, 603,016
184, 676,389
• 182, 589, 288
190, 855, 684
195, 570, 087
190, 817,782
' 198, 593, 584
208, 904, 278
209. 813,027
203, 179, 508
225, 855, 518
215, 009, 098
197, 275,115
217, 413, 861
229, 773,814
230, 137,323
220, 544, 769
2 1 1 725, 246
217, 905,558
214, 890, 640
213, 972. 986
21-5, 375, 280
213, 023,055
212, 168,100
211, 855,759
216, 208, 009
214, 412, 955
209, 240, 545
210, 610, 092
208, 233, 450
210, 582,412
232, 601,378
232, 786, 810
234, 262,989
233, 773,253
235, 254, 254
227, 497,148
237, 9 0 1 948
235, 146, 348
227, 678, 796
232, 448,581
226, 405, 927
225, 445, 801'
237, 016, 611
288, 636, 415
227,
235, 180, 718
235, 1.53,131
236; 107, 471
239; 293, 996
235, 815, 787
282, 882,185
227; 216,183
213, 788, 472
217, 964, 241
227, 286, 075
198,919
• 280,452, 675
232, 731, 586
238, '398, 499
242, 188,649
247, 689,232
252, 841,310
249, 981, 216
250, 700, 835
251, 202, 484
244, 039, 831
243, 624, 235
247, 758, 274
248, 068, 281
249, 546, 387
246, 506,174
243, 328,870
236, 095, 241
241,422,793
242. 484,314
237,;193,035
231 , 845, 064




Other.

Liabilities.
Total.

$57, 004, 760 $221 045, 581
235;204, 437
83, 801, 421
72, 599, 708
257, 278, 097
260,480, 297
77, 871, 029
252, 208,135
61, 350, 451
250, 222, 636
54, 652, 549
262, 511 569
71, 696, 807
870, 888, 068
177, 274, 484
463, 372, 023
250, 467, 745
i l O , 418,031
230, 605, 004
467, 622, 255
264, 442, 687
513, 455, 671
287, 600,153
421, 458, 697
206, 449, 599
296, 950, 803
99, 675, 688
255, 889, 386
38, 475, 525
248, 994, 016
19, 226, 702
244, 470, 628
14,333,305
13, 018, 537 • 233, 563, 306
234, 745, 424
20, 020,178
230, 609, 419
12, 703, 861
15, 259, 949
229, 656, 589
18, 058, 710
232, 031, 696
230, 327, 399
14, 952,119
228, 982, 618
15,959,558
221 999, 948
12, 831, 848
225, 907, 050
14, 051 291
15, 971 037 232,182, 046
14, 508, 793 228, 921, 748
225,171, 545
15,925,000
13, 098, 743 223, 708, 835
21, 876, 308 227, 609, 758
12, 616, 655 223,179, 067
18, 532, 553 251,133, 931
16, 059, 974 248, 826, 284
13, 662, 245 247, 925, 234
16, 736, 231 250, 509, 484
19, 924. 242 255,178, 496
19, 857, 904 247,355,652
13,102, 988 251,007,936
16, 305,128 251, 451, 471
14,221,197
241, 899, 993
14, 987, 022 247, 430, 553
21, 875, 695 248,281,622
13, 422, 316 238, 868,117
18, 932, 661 250, 949, 272
12, 723, 589 246, 360, 004
13, 382, 761 210, 563, 479
14, 661, 280 249, 814, 411
246, 950, 022
11,842,551
13, 920, 473 250, 214, 469
13,979,775
253, 795, 512
20,172, 836 256, 035, 021
26,538,234
258, 752, 417
43, 238, 314 271, 021, 786
43, 260, 987 257, 225, 228
32,845,467
250,131, 542
15, 511, 578 242, 710, 497
18, 511, 785 248, 984, 460
15,655,301
248, 386, 837
15,438,258
248, 82-9, 752
.15,205,995
257, 394, 644
15,180, 922 262, 800,154
11123, 297
266, 984, 607
13, 576, 392 263, 557. 608
12, 860, 399 263, 561, 234
265, 634, 099
14,431,815
14, 253, 448 258, 293, 279
14, 742,459 258, 386, 694
14,182, 913 261, 939.187
13, 807, 080 261,875,881
18,189, 747 262, 736,134
14, 944, 269 281, 450, 443
18, 660, 660 256, 984, 530
14, 998, 720 251, 098, 961
14, 536. 221 255, 959, 014
18, 517, 091 255, 981, 405
16,948,224
254,141,259
14, 502, 269 246,347,333

Agency
account.

Balance.

Total.

$32, 537, 659 $188, 507, 022 $221,045,581
35, 053, 964
200,150,473
23 5; 2 0 1 437
84, 936, 877
222, 339, 220 257, 270, 097
37, 045, 389
223, 414, 908 260, 4G0, 297
33,877,270
218, 328, 865 252, 206,135
34,889,164
21.5. 333, 472 250, 222, 636
227, 740, 294 262, 511 569
34, 774, 275
336, 449, 861 370, 888, 068
3 1 418, 207
428,961,460
463, 872, 023
8 1 410, 563
35, 006, 461 405, 411, 570 440, 418, 031
432, 746, 833 467, 622, 255
34,875,422
87, 792, 575 475, 663,096 513,455,671
379, 542, 919 .421, 458. 697
41,915,778
51, 842, 784 245, 608, 019 296, 950, 803
43,853,454
212, 085, 932 255, 889, 38S
48, 086, 441 202, 957, 575 248, 994. 016
41,058,916
203, 411, 712 244,4-70.628
40, 415, 539 193,147, 787 233, 583, 30G
42, 448. 298 192, 297,126
234,745,424
40, 605, 647 190, 003, 772 230, 609, 419
40, 696, 000 188,900, 589 229, G5G, 589
38, 946, 889 193, 081 807 232, 031, 696
38, 537, 726 191, 789, 673- 230, 327, 399
34, 983, 917 193, 998, 698 228, 982, 013
38, 329, 004 188, 670, 884 224. 999, 948
39, 716, 721 188,190, 829 225,907,050 "
42, 568, 448 189, 618; 598 232,182, 046
42,119, 557 186, 802,191 228,921,748
225,171, .545
41129,108
181,042,437
42, 787. 284 180, 921, 571 223, 708, 835
43. 255, 230 184, 354. 528 227, 009, 758
42, 330, 784 180, 848, 803 223,179, 087
43, 034, 629 208,099, 302 251,133, 931
43, 031 510 205, 791 774 248, 826, 284
43,803,030
204, 622, 204 247,925,234
46. 365,157
204,144, 327 250, 509, 484
41,542,673
213, 635, 823 - 255,178, 496
45, 810, 619 201, 544, 433 247, 355, 052
51,107, 790 199, 900,146 251, 007, 938
204, 520, 280 251,451,471
46, 981,191
50, Oil, 857 191, 888,136 241, 899, 993
53, 623, 934 193, 806, 619 247, 430, 553
199, 614, 433 248, 281, 622
48, 687,189
48, 334, 870 190, 533, 247 238,808,117
53, -782, 938 197,166, 334 250, 949, 272
48,222,573
198, .137, 481 246, 360, 004
46, 512, 909 .194, 050, 480 240, 563, 479
57, 952, 835 191, 861, 776 - 249, 814, 411
51, 057, 603 195, 892, 419 246,950,022
56, 021, 499 194,192, 970 250, 214, 469
58, 325, 898 195, 469, 614 253,°795, 512
258, 035, 021
57,493,848
198, 541,173
55,110,116
203, 642, 301 258, 752, 417
63,512,033
207, 509, 753 271, 021, 788
52, 255, 919 204,969, 309 257, 225, 228
259,131, 542
50, 086, 022 200,045,526
56, 492,109 186, 218, 388 2-12, 710, 497
57, 410, 902 191, 553, 558 248, 964, 460
62, 831, 289 185, 555, 568 248, 386, 837
68, 300, 515 180, 529, 237 248. 829, 752
60, 217, 302 197,177,342
257, 394, 644
01, 677,155 201,122, 999 262, 800,154
67, 874, 440 199, 090,167 266, 984, 607
60, 882,196 208,1-75, 412 283, 557, 608
59,069,594
204, 491, 040
263, 561, 234
67,511,694
198,122, 405
265,634, 099
258, 293, 279
59, 595, 088 198, 698, 241
204,181200 . 258, 386, 694
54,182,494
261, 989,187
62, 836, 975 199,102, 212
281, 875, 361
55, 364, 898 208,510,463
262, 736,134
206, 087, 499
56, 648, 635
261,450,443
200,985,824
60,485,119
256, 984, 530
56, 219, 832
200, 784, 698
251,093,961
57,982,813
193,111,148
255, 959, 014
195,657,070
60, 801, 944
255, 981,405
204,247,262
51,731143
254,141, 259
203, 537,189
50, 604, 070
246,347; 333
194,624,455
51, 722, 878

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TREASURER,.

N ® . 2 S o — A S S E T S AND L I A B I I I T I E S O F T H E T R E A S U R Y I N E X C E S S O F C E R T I F I C A T E S
AND T R E A S U R Y N O T E S AT T H E E N D O F E A C H M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878—Cont'd.
Assets.
Month.

Gold, silver,
and notes.

Other.

1884—December
$229. 805, 366 $14.180, 602
• 224, 229 742
14; 754 442
1885—January
232,176 538 • 14 702 734
• February
232, 297 561
13 740 030
March
232, 497 069
15 216 093
April
. 242, 060 907
14 600 706
May
Juno
14 788 856
244, 884 936
Jnly
248' 086 422
14 618 467
August
14 427 844
257, 987 094
12 938 189
September . . . 266, 639 086
272,803 813
14 422 148
October
14 253 299
November . . . 282, 272 126
285,412 973
13 535 082
December
291,332 609
14 790 083
1886—January
299, 241 760
15 475 373
February....
860; 783 519
14 424 870
March
302, 401 450
15 836 506
• April
807, 483 912
15 752 158
May
June
308, 880 703
18 652 806
July
16 375 469
310, 995 131
320,164 085
August
15 860 469
14 808 209
September..^. 313,074 676
305,429 946
16 725 325
October
18 861 896
N o v e m b e r . . . 305, 292 012
December . . . 298,753 955 •24 388 553
304, 213 998
19 418 982
1887—January
19 952 406
F e b r u a r y . . . . 312, 056 685
310,641 220
20 156 995
March
309, 682 388
21 148 281
April
819, 206 006
23 004 880
May
318,512 983
June
28 473 594
315, 414 705
24 088 646
July
821, 448 677
27 846 449
August
308, 945 850
32 352 104
September..311, 891 621
33 133 118
October
314, 053 438
43 639 089
November...
58 762 221
December . . . 805,303 500
59 763 008
1888—January...... 808,589 702
320, 647 897
61 747 047
• February
324, 414 748
61 488 814
March
325, 090 934
62 218 781
April
320,110 618
60 286 998
May
60 276 461
319,067 278
June...
6(' 075 280
321,855 456
July
59 312 237
830,763 985
August
59 863 740
September.;. . 309,979 848
288, 900 020 . 56 541 669
October
52 582 150
NoA^ember . . . 287,019 521
281,536 090
52 755 501
December
279, 071 158
50 939 429
1889—January
281, 343 675
49 563 211
February
277,725 090
48 142 819
March
271,164 328
49 178 348
April
280,109 758
48 829 353
Mav
•~^'"^j
48 856 846
278,186 639
J u ny
Jul e
49 437 271
273 913 495
49 607 731
267, 684 099
August
September...
255, 785 906
48 930 , 0.52
October
249, 982 950
47 920 373
N o v e m b e r . . . 248, 330 945
48 077 045
December
240, 250 765
41 586 234
1890—January
237,127 126
38 509 953
February
249, 236 968
S4 083 710
March
241, 099 620
82 312 879
April
243, 315 581
32 776 502
May
251,916 789
31 468 070
255,892 905
81 916 024
June
July
251,010 626
82 798 090
247,389 952
.35 137 010
August-.
September...
192,494 861
34 772 735
October
197, 483 624
83 309 599
NoA'ember . . . 199,942 004
29 937 697
December
185,053 533
30 239 753
1891—January
194,096 210
29 812 404
February
202,460 788
80 520 820
March
190,525 491
30 271 993
April
183, 098 054
29 974 191
May
183,595 707
29 908 843




Liabilities.
Total.

Agency
account.

Balance.

Total.

$243,485,968 $51, 287, 753 $1.92,198. 215 $243, 485, 968'
238, 984,184
44, 429, 907
194, 554, 277
238, 984,184
246, 939, 272
47,195,100
199,744,172
246, 939, 272
246, 037, 597
46, 651, 453
199, 386,144
246, 037, 597
247, 713,162
47,176, 959
200, 536. 203
247,713,162
256, 861, 613
205, 713; 001
256, 681, 613
50, 948, 612
259,633, 792
259,833, 792
217,198, 975
42,434, 817
262^ 704' 889
282, 704, 889
47 354 154 215 350,785
219, 646, 977
272,414, 938
272, 414, 938
52, 767, 961
279,577,275 - 46, 370,553
288, 206, 722
279, 577, 275
287, 225, 956
43, 660, 215
243, 565,741
287, 225, 956
296, 525, 425
245, 769, 440
298, 525, 425
50, 755, 985
298, 948,055
41, 060, 240
257,887,815
298. 948, 055
308,122, 692
40, 904, 725
265, 217, 967
306,122, 692
814,717,133
48, 802, 890
285, 914, 243
3 1 1 717,133
315,157, 889
39, 392, 480
275, 765, 409
315,157,889
818, 237, 956
39, 888, 649
278,349, 307
318, 237, 956
323, 286, 070
41, 824, 214
281911,858
823,236, 070
287;513, 959
327, 488,509
327, 483, 509
39, 989, 550
327, 870, 600
327, 3-70, 600
43, 9-77, 454
283, 398,148
51510,525
336, 024, 554
336, 024. 554
281, 514, 029
327, 877, 885
48, 033, 854
279, 844,031
327, 877, 885
322,155,271
43,184, 403
278, 970, 868
322,155, 271
324,158, 908
49, 971, 280
274,182, 628
824,153, 908
323,122,508
43, 800, 946
279, 521, 582
323,l-22, 508
823, 682, 930
42,048,255
281, 5 8 1 G75
328, 632, 930
882, 009, 091
52.229,688
279, 779, 423
332, 009, 091
330, 798, 215
47, 919, 886
282, 878, 549
330, 798, 215
330, 830, 689
44, 802,138
286, 028, 531
380, 830, 689
842, 210, 386
291,141 324
342, 210, 888
51, 086, 062
40, 669, 659
804,816,868
344, 986, 527
844, 988, 527
339, 483, 351
291, 986,110
839,483,351
47, 497, 241
299, 746. 582
349,295,126
349,295,126
58, 548, 584
341,297,954. 52, 234, 292
289, 063, 662
341, 297, 954
845, 024, 739
48, 953, 361
296, 071, 378
345, 024, 789
857, 892, 507
62,165, 058
295, 527, 449
857, 092, 507
382, 065, 721
49, 959, 889
312,105, 882
362, 065, 721
388, 352, 710
46,767,018
321, 585, 692
368, 352, 710
382, 894, 944
52, 799, 621
329, 595, 323
882, 894, 944
385, 898, 582
44, 730, 923
841,187,639
385, 898, 562
387, 309, 095
45, 901, 287
341, 408, 408
387, 309, 695
380, 877, 814
52, 530, 640
327, 846, 974
880, 877, 614
379, 343, 739
43, 716, 727
335, 627, 012
379, 848, 789
381, 930, 736
881, 930, 736
331,612,488
50, 818, 268
390, 078, 222
890, 076, 222
56, 547, 888
333, 528, 534
889, 843, 588
47, 705, 644
821,637,944
389, 343, 588
343, 441, 689
48, 053, 268
295, 888,421
343, 441, 889
389. 551, 671
64, 803, 482
2 7 1 748, 209
839, 551, 671
834, 292,191
50, 836, 356
283, 955, 835
334, 292,191
830, 010, 585
48, 214, 778
281,795,807
380, 010, 585
830, 906, 886
64, 502, 445
266, 4 0 1 441
380, 906, 886
325, 867, 909
52,187,930
278, 679, 979
325, 867, 909
820, 342, 076
48, 317, 087
272, 025, 039
320, 342, 678
328, 439, 111
53, 329, 501
275.109, 810
828,439,111
328, 543, 485
326, 543, 485
287; 531, 010
39. 012, 475
323,350,780
823 350 766 49, 350, 078
2-74, 000, 688
65,518,460
817,291,830
251, 773, 370
317, 291, 830
3 0 1 695, 958
50, 489, 731
254, 206, 227
304,695,958
297. 883, 323
49, 370, 888
248, 512. 435
297,888,323
296; 407, 990
53, 774, 585
242, 833; 405
296,407,990
281, 836, 999 • 48, 312, 896
238, 524,103
281, 836, 999
275, 837, 079
48, 802, 039
228, 835, 040
275, 637, 079
283, 270, 678
53, 981, 477
229, 309, 201
283, 270, 678
273, 412,499
44, 722, 623 .228, 689, 876
273, 412, 499
276, 092, 083
48, 878, 308
227, 213, 755
276, 092. 083
55, 048, 394
283, 384, 839
228, 336, 445
283, 384, 839
287, 808, 929
287, 808, 929
42,196, 465
245,612,484
283,808,716
49, 738, 798
234, OGO, 918 283, 808, 716
282, 526, 962
282, 526, 962
66, 619, 851
215,907,111
227, 267, 096
48,148, 749
179,120, 347
227, 267, 096
230,793, 223
55, 681, 784
175,131,439
230,793,223
229, 879, 701
65, 493, 407
164, 386, 294
229, 879, 701
215, 298, 286
52, 050, 877
183, 242, 409
215,293,286
223, 908, 614
48, 924, 876
174,983,938
223^908,614
232, 981, .558
64, 585, 589
188, 395, 989
282, 981, 558
220, 797, 484
58, 881, 629
163,915,855
220,797,484
213, 072, 245
51, 353, 442
181,718,803
213, 072, 245
218, 502, 550
54, 615, 831
158,886,719 • 213,502,550

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EEPORT ON THE FINANCES.

M®» 2 S . — A S S E T S AND L I A B I I I T I E S O F T H E T R E A S U R Y I N E X C E S S O F C E R T I F I C A T E S
AND T R E A S U R Y N O T E S AT THE END OF E A C H MONTH^ FROM J U N E ^ 1878—Cont'd,
Assets.
Montb.

Gold, silver,
and notes.

Other.

Liabilities.
Total.

Agency
account.

Balance.

.,912 $153, 893, 809
$176, 459, 302 $28, 700,419 $205, 159, 721 $51, 265,
1891—June
27,137,109
207, 145,995
,
180, 008, 886
July
51, 882, 278 155, 783, 717
207, 523, 745
,350
184, 330. 593 • 23.193,152
160, 274, 395
August
47, 249,
191, 881,482
,493
170, 262, 728
1 4 1 987, 969
21, 598, 731
September...
46, 873,
180, 150, 848
i,
20, 874, 762
159, 276, 086
October..
40, 478, 929 139, 671, 919
179, 135,042
:,
20,506,912
N o v e m b e r . . . 158, 828,130
40, 008, 123 139,126, 919
180, 157,174
,
20, 254, 009
159i 903,165'
December.—
45, 583, 045 134, 574,129
173, 367,461
',000
153, 839, 469
1802—January
20, 027, 992
131, 368, 461
41. 999,
189. 298, 543
,339
18, 934, 905
February
132,162, 204
150, 883, 638
37, 136,
172; 664,763. 39, 765,
1,879
18, 786, 732
March
153, 878, 031
132, 898, 884
167, 702, 776
,
21,476, 057
April
146, 226, 719
38, 184, 614 • 131,518,162
181 218, 8 7
- 8 35, 212,
,991
18, 347. 226
142, 871, 652
May
.
128, 005, 887
165: 242, 681
,
June
147, 906, 092 17, 836, 589
38, 550, 304 126, 892, 377
164; 303, 488
,182
127, 050, 286
. J u l y . - . - . . . : . . . 147, 409, 313 16, 894,155
37, 253,
166. 059, 451
,108
149, 702,165
16, 857, 288
129,152, 343
August
36, 907,
,046
1 5 1 759,126
18, 275, 888 171; 031 064
131, 895, 918
September...
39, 139,
168, 193,605
,203
131, Oil, 402
151, 757, 069 16,436, 536
October
87 182,
167, 105,147
,228
130,328,919
, , N o v e m b e r . . . 151, 070, 029 16, 035,118
38 776,
170; 313. 969
,879
154, 252, 049 16, 0 8 1 920
December
129, 092, 590
41, 221,
,580
15, 975; 811 165. 382; 847
149,406,836
1898—January
125, 265, 067
40, 117,
,833
15, 681, 504 162! 493, 922
146, 812,418
February
124,128, 089
38, 365,
,608 -12.5,630,728
149,385, 695
March
15, 954, 641 165, 340, 336
39 709,
I6O: 527, 495
,592
144, 432, 390 16, 095,105
April...
121,482,903
39, 044,
159. 591,988
,813
May
143, 337, 580 16, 254. 388
38, 026, 392 121, 565,155
,
June
138,520,092
21, 930; 590 160, 450,682
122, 462, 290
37. 988,
155, 279,115
,549
17,044,003
138, 235,112
117, 887, 566
July
37, 391,
,096
129, 557, 530 17, 685, 476 147. 243, 006
August
89, 959,
149; 322,792
,160 • 107, 283, 910
17, 213, 277
106, 875, 632
Sex)tember . . . 132,109, 515
42 447,
141 837,153
,882
121, 415, 283 20,421,870
102, 294, 291
October
89, 542,
,517
17, 220, 993 185, 591,133
N o v e m b e r . . . 118,370,140
95,199, 616
40 391,
133, 297, 277
,722
117,143, 042
18,154, 235
December
90, 375, 555
42 921, 873
;,
108, 372, 617 16, 688, 854 125, 080, 971
84, 082, 098
1894—January
40 978,
,563
16, 320, 829 177, 165,927
188, 682, .364
February
160, 845, 098
38 503, 653
,
16, 538, 984 17 153,679
159,614,695
March
42 203, 079 133, 950. 026
I,
16, 840, 719 170, 886, 866
153, 996,147
April
125,097,787
45 739,
162,
1,484
117, 854, 335
May...
145, 215, 497 16, 989, 322 159, 151819
44 300,
:,709
183,146
141, 787, 882 17, 395, 264 157.
. Juno....
41 598, 085 117, 584, 487
:,
229, 486
119, 065, 851
139, 763, 280 17, 466,156
July...
38 164,
166,
,689
17, 330, 897 161 352. 785
149, 021,888
August
127.148, 096
89 204,
1,739
.145, 333, 860 16, 365, 597 147, 699, 457
September...
.119,919,718
41 779,
',445
October
130, 653, 343 16, 406, 248 186, 059, 591 •89 719,
107, 340,146
,715
869, 321
16,729,474
170,139, 847
144, 507, 608
November....
42 861,
192, 626,185
1,608
D e c e m b e r — . 176, 422, 466 16,197,719
39 282, 115 158, 337, 579
182, 692, 417
',
166, 535, 702 16,156, 715
1 4 1 808, 302
1895—January
089,
88
225, 835, 373
,786
16,531018
208,801,855
178,197,587
February....
47 137,
229,
s886
187, 917, 260
March
,. 213, 068, 981 16, 224,165 220 293,146
41 375,
,796
753, 712
180,817,916
April
— 203, 956, 684 16, 797, 028 224,
39 935,
1,912
May
207, 623, 292 16, 483, 721 231 107,013
38 736, 670 185, 370,101
i,
853, 823
J u r i e . . . . . . . . . . 214, 950, 708 16, 903,120
225,
36 613, 607 195, 240,153
;,
209, 877, 315 15, 920, 824 221 598,139
July
!,
38 448, 496 187.149, 532
575, 653
15, 817, .540 227
184,039,157
208, 758,113
August......
;,852
40 .536,
681,717
185, 405, 365
211,614,611
16, 047,106
September...
221; 034. 938
1,939
42 256,
179,947,990
205,521,752
15.513,186
October
218, 133, 019
1,638
41 086,
202, 607, 758 15, 525, 261 219, 554, 774 40 726,
,574
November...
177, 406, 886
•,174
December
204, 202, 686 15, 352, 088 212, 010, 954 41 527,
178, 027, 200
300. 260, 558
1,551
195, 851, 629 16,159, 325
1896—January
171,591,780
40 419,
,946
274, 635, 928 25, 624, 630 312. 059,694
262,707, 007
February....
37 553,
,643
283, 859, 345 28, 200, 349 308, 205, 805
271, 841, 748
March
40 417,
27, 991, 933 306: 119,997
,787
280,213,372
270, 090, 662
April
38 114,
,
283, 842,131
22, 277, 886 306: 794, 683
May
38 926, 566 287,193, 210
296: 650,775
,802
288, 679, 727 18,114, 936
207, 432, 097
362,
June
39
.,
279, 387, 590 17, 283,185 285. 731,773
July
40 492, 872 256,158,473
1,994
267, 789, 496 17, 992, 277 285. 118,451
243,346, 401
385,
August
42
266, 947, 206 18,171, 245
241,154, 457
Sei^tember...
43 963,




Total.
159,721
207, 145, 995
207 523, 745
191 861,482
180, 150, 848
179, 135, 042
"180, 157,174
"173, 367, 461
169, 298,543
. 172,
664, 763
187, 702, 776
161, 218, 878
165. 242, 681
164, 303, 468
166, 059, 451
171 084,984
168: 193, 605
167, 105,147
170, 313,989
185 882, 647
162, 493, 922
165, 340, 386
180, 527, 495
159, 591,968
160, 450, 682
155 279,115
147: 243, 006
149: 322, 792
141 837,153
135: 591,133
133, 297,277
125, 060,971
177,
&27
176, 165, 679
170, 158,
836,866
162;
159, 154, 819
183,146
157, 229; 436
166, 352, 785
161 699, 457
147,
186, 059, 591
192, 869,821
182, 620,185
692,
225. 335, 417
373
229. 293,146
220, 753, 712
221: 107,013
231 853,823
225 598,139
22^ 575, 653
227 661,717
221, 034, 938
218, 133,019
219, 554, 774
212, 010,954
300, 260, 558
312, 059, 694
308, 205. 305
306, 119, 997
306, 794. 663
296, 650, 775
285, 731,773
285, 118,451

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TREASURER.

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NOo 2 4 o — P U B L I C D E B T , EXCLUSIVE OF C E R T I F I C A T E S AND T R E A S U R Y N O T E S , AT
T H E END OF EACH M O N T H , FROM J UNE, 1878, ACCORDING TO THE F O M I OF
STATEMENT ADOPTED IN 1891.
B e a r i n g no interest.
Month.

1878—June......
eJuly . . . . . . .
August ...
September
October...
November.
December.
1879—January...
I
February .
March
April
May
Juno.
July
A.ugust . . .
September
October...
November.
December.
1880—Januarj^...
February .
M a r c h ."...
April
May
June
July
August ...
Septeniber
October...
November.
December.
1881—January...
February .
March
April..
May..
June
July
August ...
September.
October . . .
November.
December .
1882—January...
February .
March.....
April..
May.,
-..
Juno
July
Aug.ust ...
September
October ...
November.
December .
1883—January...
Februaiy.-.
March
Ap.ril.
May
June
July
August ...
September
October ...
November.
D e com b e r .
1 8 8 4 — J a n u a r y ..
February .
M a r c h .'...
April
May
;
June
July

Interestbearing.

$1, 780, 735,650
1, 795, 677,900
1, .818, 070,500
1, 818, 261.550
1, 807, 163,600
1, 798, 750, 750
1, 809, 812, 850
1,940, 805, 650
2,000, 271. G O
O
1, 992, 144. 470
1 , 9 5 1 982: 800
1, 953, 414,760
1 887, 710,110
1,782, 912,800
1,782, 917. 000
1, 782, 967,650
1, 782, 967,050
1,772, 917,650
1, -772, 686. 850
1,787, 688; 850
1, 756, 212,850
1, 746, 698, 400
1,.733,^ 698, 400
1,721, 698,400
1. 709, 993,109
1, 708, 698,400
1, 899, 198, 400
1, 6S8, 698,400
1, 676, 698,400
1, 6-72, •520. 400
1, 681, 2G5.-4G0
1, 661, 265,400
1, 660, 935,000
1, 649, 817, 250
1, 641, 749. 850
1,625, 567, 750
1,625, 587,750
1, 607, 111,000
1, 589, 342, 800
1, 579, 102, 250
1, 552, 728, 750
1. 550, 305, 200
1, 540, 534, 600
1. 520, 331,600
i; 520, 825,600
1, 500, 752. 700
1. 480, 044,850
1, 464, 952,800
1, 449, 810, 400
1, 438, 661, 506
1, 423, 603, 750
1, 407, 841,850
1, 404, 080. 200
1, 4 6 1 066, 800
1, 378, 245,450
1 3G2, 130, 050
1 340, 895, 750
1, 339, 113, 050
1. 3 3 1 4-78, 000
1, 3 2 1 229,050
1, 321, 229,150
1,324, 232, 000
1, 3 1 1 878, 950
1, 302, 617,600
1, 298, 446, 050
1, 287, 046, 800
1, 262, 885,150
1. 262, 657, 850
1, 252, 840,900
1,242, •758, 000
1, 242, 572, 350
1, 230, 845,650
1 212, 563, 8.50
1, 211, 407, 950




Matured.

United States Natic'nal-bank
notes and
n o t e s , redeni]3f r a c t i o n a l cur- t i o n a c c o u n t .
rency.

$5, 594, 560. 26 $363, 291 082. 27
9,609, 640. 26 363,198. 881.67
1 1 973, G50. 26 363, 094, 9 8 1 1 0
13; 524, 690.26 363, 040, 525. 58
.15,628, 370.26 382,954, 274. 86
23, G6G, 240.26 362,893, 413. 89
22, 446, 460.26 362,851, 205. G2
6. 608, 6S0.26 362, 770. 526.73
e; 372, 930.26 362, 729; 353. 81
7, 672, 160. 26 382,688,. 603.14
87, 429, 110.26 362, 655, 640. 52
55,306, 660.26 382,617, 823.12
37, 015, 630.26 362, 585, 091. 78
78. 737, 550. 26 382, 557, 3 0 1 23
41,146, 910. 26 362, 504, 505. 96
29, 674, 720. 26 362, 489, 929. 26
23, 079, 085. 26 .362,453. 340.91
18, 247, 595. 26 862. 446 719. 79
14, 691, 925. 26 862, 416. 669. 78
12,002, 445. 26 362,411, G85. 96
10,823, 135. 26 362, 373. 582. 08
9, 922, 965.26 3G2, 367. 508. G
O
8, 877, 635. 26 362, 346, 693. 00
8,134, 965. 26 362, 834, 980. 37
7, 621, 455. 26. 353, 956, 945. 87
6, 841, 115. 26 • 353,947,641. 37
6,128, 035. 26 353, 923, 891. 37
6,011, 665. 26 353, 923, 7 8 1 37
5, 615, 865. 26 353, 923. 702. .37
5,518, 085. 26 353, 905, 003. 37
11, 4 8 1 395. 26 353, 889, 2 9 1 1 2
7, 273, 285.26 353,886, 225.12
6, 598, 725.26 353, 880, 1 2 1 9 2
6, 093, 465. 26 353, 873, 639. 92
5,704, 865. 26 353, 856, 692. 92
10, 600, 005.20 853,850, 748. 92
0, 723, 885. 26 353, 847, 504. 32
9. 959, 015. 26 3.53.846, 146. 32
14,198, 665. 26 353, 839, 635. 02
10, 039, 595. 26 353, 839, 562. 02
13. 746. 305. 26 353, 834, 207. 92
10, 048, 315. 20 353, 834, 1 0 1 92
11, 528, 265.26 353, 816, 862. 92
13, 920, 005. 20 353, 810, 399. 67
10, 037, 925. 26 353, 808, 768.67
12, 665, 615. 26 353, 805, 749.67
13, 711, 845. 26 353, 798, 633. 77
14, 440, 165. 26 353, 790. 329. 77
16, 260, 805. 26 353,787, 958. 77
13, 909, 715. 26 353, 787, 1.80. 77
12, 472, 725. 26 853. 772, 677. 77
15, 959, 625. 26 353, 768, 579.77
11, 588. 945. 26 353, 760, 581. 77
9, 545, 055. 26 353, 762, 960.17
14, 887, 015.26 353, 762, 385.17
14, 632, 715. 26 353, 758, 359.17
13,31i; 945. 26 353,756, 694.17
10, 575, 195. 26 353, 750, 679. 81
9, 091, 085.26 353, 749, 024. 81
8, 938, 475.26 353, 748, 6 2 1 81
7, 83i; 415. 26 853, 746, 691.81
7, 267, 765. 26 353, 739, 167.31
6, 583, 165. 26 353, 737, 687. 81
5, 643, 665. 28 353, 732, 777.31
4,348, 745. 26 853, 736, 119. 31
6, 645, 335.26 353, 730, 119. 31
15,138, 795. 26 353, 729, 124. 31
11, 348, 1651. 26 353, 726., 906. 31
12, 067, 365. 26 353, 725, 893. 31
1 1 043, 915. 26 353, 723, 858.81
12,128, 465. 26 353, 722, 628. 31
12, 578, 275, 26 353,720, 860. 31
19, 656, 205,. 26 353, 719, 517.31
12,606, 365. 26 353,717, 922.31

233. G
O
9,779, 042.00
9,143, 950. 00
9,184, 120. 00
9, 611, 708. 00
9,832, 6 0 1 25
10,436, 7 5 1 75
11.352, 589. 75
11,742, 321. 75
12, 413. 943. -75
14,005, 21G. 75
12, 435, 482. 75
11, 596,. 0 6 1 2 5
13, 114, 508. 25
12, 939, 588. 25
13,159. 829. 75
13,052, 124.25
13,187, 024. 25
13, 438, 142.25
18, 623, 235. 25
IS, 244, 838.25
18,546, 758, 25
19,125, 436. 25
19, 068, 847. 25
19, 337. 6 2 1 25
19, 731, 800. 25
19, 753, 958. 25
20, 222, 920. 25
20, 825, 767.25
20, 997, 588.25
21, 300, 799. 85
21.145, 468. 85
37. 281, 8 6 1 85
38,132, 782. 85
35. 828, 749. 85
35,194, 087.85
33.146, 858.85
33,140, 042. 80
32, 005, 584.60
31,547. 560.60
30, 772, 754.60
29, 680, 500. 60
29, 689, 802.16
30, 095. 588. 60
29,981, 285. 60
29, 507, 958. 80
32, 444. 379. 60
34, 879, 647. 60
37, 056. 729. 60
37, 962, 089.10
38, 941, 844. 80
38; 851, 758.10
38,169, 253.10
37, 991, 780.16
39, 098, 793.16
39, 272, 298.10
39, 438, 349. 32
38, 828, 826. 80
88, 606, 117.60
37, 960, 4 4 1 60
30,157, 910.60
35,220, 105.60
35, 375, 902.60
36, 655, 222.10
35,672, 219. 60
35,536, 622.60
3 8 , 8 1 1 572. 60
39,636, 637. 60
39, 605, 082.60
39, 754, 813.10
38,849, 725.16
38, 779, 038.10
39, 368, 121.10
38, 852, 805.10

.$2,159," 420, 525. 53
•2,177,685, 463.93
2, 202, 888, 684. 36
2, 203., 010, 885. 84
2 , 1 9 1 755, 953.12
2,195,143, 605. 40
2, 205, 547, 270. 63
2, 321, 536, 846. 74
2,381,116, 505. 35
2,371-899, 177.15
2,399,052, 787. 53
2, 383, 774,"226.13
2, 298, 912, 893. 29
2, 237. 322, 160. 74
2,199; 502, 004. 47
2,188, 292, 129. 27
2,181, 552, 150.42
2,166, 798, .989.30
2,163, 233, 587.29
2.158, 723, 618. 47
2,147, G51 403.59
2,137,535, 829. 51
2,124,648, I G I 51
2,111,237, 192. 88
2, 090, 909, 121.88
2,089,218, 458.88
2, 079, 004, 284.88
2, 066, 858, 766. 88
2, 057, 083, 534.88
2, 052, 941; 076. 88
2, 047, 939, 885.28
2, 043, 570, 379.23
2. 058, 701, 715.03
2. 047, 417, 138. 03
2, 037,139, 657.53
2,025,212, 592. 03
2, 019, 285, 978. 43
2, 0 0 1 ^oO, 204.18
1, 989, 886, 684. 88
1, 974, 528, 987. 88
1,951,082, 017:78
1-944,468, 120. 78
1, 935, 589, 530. -28
1, 918,157, 573. 53
1, 914,131, 579. 53
1, 898, -782, 023.53
1, 880, 002, 708. 63
1 888, 062, 942. 63
1; 856, 915, 893.63
1, 844, 820, 485.18
1, 828, 790, 497. 63
1, 815, 921, 313.13
1,807, 604, 980.13
1, 805, 368, 595. 53
1, 785, 993, 843. 53
1, 769, 793, 422. 53
1, 747, 402, 738. 75
1, 742, 267, 5 5 1 67
1,735,924, 227.87
1, 724, 8 7 1 594. 87
1, 721, 959, 167.67
1,720,459, 038.17
1, 710, 575, 705.17
1, 698, 649, 284. 67
1,692,197. 184.17
1, 6S2, 952; 877.17
1,670,. 567. 642.17
1,686,769. 559.17
1, 658, 239.
,241.17
1 650, 280, 586. 67
1,647,273. 108. 67
1, '635, 923. 828. 67
1, 625, 307, 693. 67
1,618,585: 042. 67

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REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.

NOo 2 4 o — P U B L I C D E B T , EXCLUSIVE O F C E R T I F I C A T E S AND T R E A S U R Y N O T E S , AT
T H E E N D OF E A C H M O N T H , F R O M J U N E 1 8 7 8 , A C C O R D I N G TO T H E F O R M O F

STATEMENT ADOPTED I N 1891—Continued.
Bearing no interest.
Month.

1884—August
September . .
October
.
NoA'ember...
December . . .
1885—January
February ...
March
April
May...
•Juno
July
August
September ..
October
November...
December . . .
1886—January.....
. February
-March
April
May
Juno
July
August
September ..
October
November...
December...
1887—January
February
March ..
April
May...
Juiio
•
July
August
September...
October
November...
December . . .
1888—January
February ...
March
April
May
Juno
J"i.y August
September..October
NoA'-ember...
December...
1889-January
February ...
March
April
May
Juno
July
A u g u s t . .*....
September...
October
NoA'-ember...
December . . .
1890—January
February....
March
April
May
June
July....^
August
September ..
October

Interest
bearing.

Matured.

202 526,
192 476,
192 475,
182 147,
182 147,
182 148,
182 149,
182 149,
182 150,
182 150,
182 150,
182 152,
182 153,
182 158,
182 154,
182 155,
182 155,
182 155,
172 058,
162 057,
151 742.
142 026,
132 Oil
127 980,
122 391,
103 183,
074 819,
059 125,
051 870,
050 995,
040 627,
023 947,
016 055,
007 692,
007 692,
987 976.
982 280,
968 490,
983 147,
983 138,
963 138,
963 139,
983 140,
983 140,
959 576,
942 437,
936 522,
935 514,
929 511
906 039,
879 499,
868 444,
862 418,
854 501
844 106,
886 412,
825 005,
818 745,
815 853,
811 244,
794 954,
784 324,
774 Oil,
784 055,
751 273,
740 327,
735 029.
723 499,
719 178,
713 488,
711 313,
700 799,
680 978,
638 688,
632 288,

$14,188 585. 28
18, 616: 815.26
12,547 485. 26
9, 238 435. 26
6, 993. 925. 26
5, 955, 945. 26
5, 401 395. 26
4,951 505. 26
4,746 085. 26
4, 353; 855. 26
1 1 0 0 995. 26
1 0 1 4 485. 26
3,921 765. 26
3,871 385. 26
3, 734: 305. 26
3,569 105.26
3, 447 475. 28
3,324 755.28
1 258: 465. 26
5,387 865. 26
5, 856. 795. 26
7,097 505. 26
9,704 445. 26
5,374 185. 26
1 7 7 3 225. 26
6,998 735. 26
12, 316 435. 26
9, 289, 365. 26
8, 874 855. 26
825. 26
7, 310 845.26
6, 530 275.26
6, 926, 715. 26
6, 310 295. 26
6, 541 165. 26
6,115, 115.26
6,181 715. 28
4, 397 935. 28
3, 789 105. 28
3, 480, 975. 26
3, 252 955. 26
3,163, 885. 26
2, 911 265.28
2, 741 795. 26
2, 688 155. 26
2, 875, 645. 26
2, 555 095.26
2, 496 665. 26
2, 478, 265.26
2, 453 625. 28
2, 419 685.26
2, 865 745. 26
2,151 695. 26
2, 094 095. 26
2, 087. 245. 26
2, 047 245. 26
1,941 755. 26
1,931 925. 26
1, 907 485. 28
1,911 255. 26
1, 904 505. 26
1,900 425. 26
1,897 875. 26
1,885 225. 26
1,847 625. 26
1,844 345. 26
1, 841 885. 28
•1838, 105.26
1,831 045. 26
1 8 2 6 185. 26
1 8 2 4 805. 26
1,815 135. 26
1, 803 275.26
1, 777, 985. 26
1, 750 635. 26
1, 708




United States
notes a n d
f r a c t i o n a l currency.
717, 377.31
716, 616. 36
713, 585.36
713, 585. 36
710, 599. 38
708, 189.36
•707, 422. 67
706, 180. 67
705, 171 88
704, 899. 88
703, 1 4 1 88
700, 123. 88
700, 078.88
700, 048. 88
700, 003. 88
698, 380*. 92
897, 959.77
697, 849. 77
697, 849. 77
694, 653. 27
698, 078. 52
692, 573. 52
692, 548. 52
892, 138. 52
692, 093.52
692, 098. 52
692, 093. 52
692, 093.52
692, 043. 52
689, 817.52
688, 9 0 1 52
636,
686, 703.37
885, 658. 37
685. 468. 37
688. 110. 87
682; 895. 37
682, 115.37
682, 072.12
881, 037.12
6S0, 992.12
G79, 335.12
679, 781.12
679, 781.12
879. 01.7.12
681, 017.12
660, 380. 07
860, 407. 32
659, 487. 32
659, 140. 32
659, 189.97
6,57, 139.97
657, 7 4 1 97
655, 349. 97
655, 958. 47
655, 953. 47
654, 234.47
654, 762. 97
654, 148. 97
854, 148. 97
653, 148. 97
653, 148. 97
658, 148.97
651, 148. 97
851, 590. 97
651, 590. 97
651, 590.97
651, 202. 97
850, 202. 47
649, 008.47
848, 489.47
648, 559. 47
648, 559.47
648, 559. 47
647, 559.47
675.47

National-bank
notes, redemption account.
957.60 $ 1
283.10
467.10
137.10
478.10
704.54
686.10
340. 60
812.10
727.10
332.10
422. 60
553.60
301.60
138. 85
505. 35
715.73
171 73
7 9 1 98
262. 35
089.85
394.35
705.85
020. 85
955. 35
547. 35
383.60
317.60
2 8 1 60
09110
874.10
424.10
290.10
625.10
918.10
194. 60
505. 60
787.60
559. 25
594. 91
767. 50
753. 80
542. 20
918. 30
723. 45
.592. 90
843. 65
866. 65
564. 65
731.85
859.20
020. 50
4 7 1 50
985. 50
250.25
444. 75
378. 25
423. 59
186. 75
4 1 1 75
103. 25
616. 75
0-79. 75
668. 25
220. 75
912.75
884. 25
825. 75
957. 25
894. 75
359. 75
975. 75
296.75
885. 25
857. 25

Total.

,819,320.17
,188,21172
020,137.72
093, 257. 72
294, 452. 72
631, 889.16
645, 5 3 1 03
633, 628. 53
100, 422. 24
177, 432. 24
551,419.24
303, 631. 74
200, 797. 74
642, 685. 74
099, 097. 99
, 084, 091. 53
, 935, 300. 76
, 345, 676. 76
, 280, 257. 01
759, 730. 88
905,213.63
813, 273.13
659, 799. 83
427, 944. 83
790, 8 7 1 1 3
437,176.13
933, 492. 38
218,626.88
040,130. 38
,135, 686.88
. 698, 273. 88
,814,062.73
572, 883. 73
, 688, 888. 73
485, 543. 73
778,055.23
261, 536. 23
178, 724. 98
070. 9 3 1 63
523. 592. 29
517, 287.88
025, 450.18
700,128. 58
289, 270. 68
783,145. 83
489, 948. 23
681,906.23
688, (329. 23
448, 030. 23
426,156. 88
543, 454. 43
684,197. 73
449, 658. 78
207, 384.23
388, 668. 98
498, 944. 48
101 986. 48
804, 687.82
470, 760. 98
105, 605. 98
684, 547. 48
833,180. 98
388, 783. 98
078, 234. 48
001, 386. 98
016, 208. 98
697, 472. 48
122,153.48
895, 580. 98
985,109.48
, 396, 834. 48
459, 030.48
463,1.51.48
, 093, 479. 98
, 436, 557. 98

61

TREASURER.

M o . 2 4 o — P U B L I C D E B T , E X C L U S I V E O F C E R T I F I C A T E S AND T R E A S U R Y N O T E S , AT
THE 1':ND O F EACH M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878, ACCORDING TO THE F O R M O F
STATEMENT ADOPTED I N 1891—Continued.
Bearing no interest.
Month.

1890—November..
December ..
1891—January
February...
March
April
May
Juno
July
August
September ,
October —
NoA^ember..
December . .
1892—January
February...
March
April.
May
Juno
July
August
September..
October —
November..
December..
1893—January
February...
March-.*
April
May
Juno
July
August . . .
September .
October —
NoA'omber..
December . .
1894-January....
February...
March
April
May
June
...
July
August
Sep'tember .
October —
NoA^ember..
December ..
1895—January,...
February...
March
April
May
Juno
July
August
September .
October
NoA-ember..
December..
1896—January
February...
Marcb
April
May
."..
June . . . . . . .
July
August
September .

Interest
bearing.

Matured.

, 492, 590 $1 687 345. 26
I
682, 505. 28
619., 019, 740.
,
617, 145, 750
679 695. 26
I
615,, 501, 580
671 885. 26
;
613., 512, 780
670 115.26
660 635. 26
6io;1,771,520
,
647, 505.26
610, 529,120
. 529,120
,
614 705.26
610:
,529,420
613 320. 26
Gio;, 529, 420
I
611, 770. 26
610. 024, 720
S
127 290. 26
585: 026, 720
209 230.26
585:, 026, 870
.
279 770. 26
585:, 026, 970
.
633 340. 26
585: 027, 680
S
965, 900. 26
585:,028,080
725 410. 26
585: 028, 880
,
461 670. 26
585, 029, 030
,
804 210.28
.585, 029,280
s
167 345. 26
585:, 029, 330
I
785 875. 26
585., 080, 880
I
603 325. 26
585;
,031,080
536, 785.26
585,
1,031,170
510, 145. 26
585, 032, 020
',
459, 555. 26
i
585,, 032, 980
432, 015.26
S
585. 033,080
885, 045. 26
s
585. 038,660
357, 755. 26
I
805.26
585:, 034, 260
385 590. 26
s
585, 034, 280
301 490. 20
',
585, 034, 810
228 010.28
'
585,, 035,110
191, 060.20
'
585,, 037,100
094, 530. 26
S
585, 037,440
081, 540.26
,037,590
.585,
045, 770. 26
',.037, 740
•585;
984 570. 26
<,
585. 039, 040
974 880. 26
S
585. 039, 220
939 530. 26
'
585:, 089, 310
913 630. 26
i
585,, 040, 090
884, 020. 28
S
585. 872, 000
871 120.26
62;:,.940, 930
884, 030. 26
,041,380
634:
882 390. 26
S
635: 041, 840
858 240. 26
s 041, 890
635,
851, 850.26
',
635: 042, 590
840, 750. 20
I 042, C70
,
635,
831, 030.26
,
635. 042, 810
830 280. 20
S 042,S60
635:
828, 930. 26
\
635, 148, 030
826, 800. 26
1,168,130
639,
,323,710
825 690. 26
679.,043,860
792, 300. 26
684. 851, 980
,
779, 250. 26
685: 201, 910
>,
770, 660. 26
713, 202, 010
>,
754, 920.28
716,
734, 590. 26
716,, 202,060
721, 850. 26
;
716.
699, 870. 26
,380,400
747;
895, 630. 26
,380.610
747,
685, 870. 26
,880,820
747,
681, 180. 20
,861,560
747,
676, 510. 26
,861,960
747,
674, 190.,26
, 381, 960
747.
873, 630.26
'
.747, 382, 820
867, 510.20
!
•822:, 615,170
859, 790. 26
,404,140
837,
851, 970. 20
I 812,140
,
842.
645, 890. 26
',
845. 488, 590
636, 840.-26
' 863, 890
,
847:
633, 960. 26
,
847• 364, 250
622, 790. 28
,381 280
847,
821,
,884,260
847,




United States National-bank
notes and
notes, redempfractional cur- tion account.
rency.
647, 675. 47
647, 675.47
646, 525. 47
646. 525.47
646, 395. 47
645, 240. 82
645, 240. 82
644, 343.10
644, 343.10
644, 343.10
843, 355.10
648, 855.10
843, 855.10
642, 337.10
642, 337.10
641, 397.10
641, 397.10
641, 897.10
641, 397.10
640, 128.12
040, 128.12
610, 128.12
640, 126.12
840, 126.12
640, 128.12
640, 128.12
640, 126.12
640, 126.12
637, 788.12
637, 788.12
637, 168.12
687, 168.12
637, 168.12
837, 168.12
637, 168.12
637, 168.12
637, 168.12
637, 168.12
635, 445. 92
635, 445. 92
635, 445. 92
6 3 1 520. 92
634, 520. 92
633, 000. 92
833, 000.92
633, 000. 92
633, 000. 92
633, 000. 92
833, 000.92
831, 895. 92
681, 895. 92
631, 895.92
631, 280. 92
681, 280. 92
631, 280.92
629, 980. 99
629, 980. 99
829, 980.99
829, 980. 99
629, 257. 64
629, 257.64
629, 257.64
828, 352. 84
628, 852. 64
628, 852:64
628, 352. 64
628, 852. 64
626, 547. 64
626, 547.64
826, 547. 84
625, 867. 64

Total.

233. 48
$52, 994,622. 75 $1, 037, 822,
951 48
51, 323,030.75 1, 025, 672,
49,107, 010. 75 1,021,578, 981.48
785. 98
47,165. 815. 25 1, 017, 985,
778. 48
45,118, 485. 7.5 1, 013, 945,
395 33
44,156, 999. 25 1, 010, 234,
228. 83
42, 203,360. 75 1, 008, 025,
580. 81
40, 018,392. 25 1, 005, 806,
38,481, 875. 25 1,001248, 958. 61
37, 872,208. 75 1, 003,157,742.11
88, 540,138. 25
981 335, 503. 61
85, 430,670. 75
980, 309,976.11
33,789, 991 25
977, 739,986. 61
32, 679,299. 25
975,981, 948. 61
31, 350,376. 75
973, 986,294.11
.29, 888,'
008. 25
972, 282,890. 61
28, 894,830.75
971, 028.528.11
28, 273,515.75
970,248, 153.11.
27, 521,231 25
989, 359,253. 81
26, 783,509. 25
988, 218,840. 63
26,105, 103.75
967, 378,985.13
26, 018,448. 25
967, 226,419.63
25, 386,722. 75
966, 518,164.13
25,191, 032. 75
966, 322,7 3 1 1 3
24,137, 678. 25
.965,242, 799. 63
23, 466,501. 75
964, 524,753.13
22, 771,492. 25
963,803, 083. 63
22, 272,081.25
983, 281,752. 63
21,854, 580. 75
962, 828,2.19.13
21, 506,675. 75
962, 407,:764.13 .
20, 887,800.25
961, 750,888.63
20, 683,487.75
961, 431,768.13
20. 384,878. 25
961,121, 016. 63
20, 239,980.25
960, 960,258.63
20, 727,.098. 75
961, 386,775.13
21,295, 714. 25
961, 9-16,492. 83
20, 952,547. 75
961, 568,318.13
23, 015,908.75
963, 605,917.13
24, 582.359. 75
965,142, 525. 93
25, 977,549. 25
007, 856,015.43
25, 957,802.00
016, 398,098.18
27, 019,048. 50
017, 556,979. 8826; 8 8 1 809. 00
018, 916,560.18
28,371, 685. 50
018, 897,818. 88
26, 317.•470. 00
016, 833,911.18
28, 234,592. 55
016, 742,013.73
27, 060,495. 50
017, 568,336. 68
28,188. 475.50
018,887, 618. 88
29, 487,564. 00
021 090, 525.18
29, 615,4^ 9. .50
061241, 275. 68
29, 301,277. 00
089, 049,573.18
28, 155,471. 00
088, 610,527.18
27, 893, 816. 00
3, 647,307.18
27, 069,968. 50
098, 657,819.88
26, 205,181 00
097, 773,892.18
25, 859,489. 00
098, 913,120. 25
24, 508,404. 00
127, 258,435. 25
24, 277,018.00
128,963, 479.25
23, 818,538. 50
126,494, 999. 75
23, 706,619. 00
128. 379,108. 90
23,216, .800. 00
125, 883.997.90
22, 659,734. 50
125, 325,482. 40
21, 973,853. 00
124, 638,015.90
21, 863. 328. 50
199, 771 479. 40
21,29i: 999. 00
213: 984;001.90
20, 786. 048. 00
218, 378,330.90
19, 908,698. 00
220, 669,810.90
20,102, 022.50
222, 729,350.40
19, 688. 546. 50
222, 312,984. 40
19, 229,828. 50
221, 843,596. 40
18, 845. 763. 00
221, 457,685.90

6:2

R E P O R T ON T H E FINANCES.
S'5.—UNITED STATES- N O T E S OF E A C H D E N O M I N A T I O N I S S U E D , R E D E E M E D , AND^
.
. OUTSTANDING, AT T H E CLOSE O F EACH F I S C A L YEAK.
I s s u e d dur- T o t a l i s s u e d .
ing year.

Denomination.

Redeemed
Total redeemed. Outstanding.
during year.

18G2.
$17,140,000
15, 440, 000
15,040,000
13, 000, 000
13,.000, 000
13, 000, 000
12, 000, 000

T e n dollars
Pifty dollars
Gno tbousaud dollars

$17,140, 000
15, 440, 000
15, 040, 000
18, OGO, 000
13, 000, 000
18, 000,000
12, 000, 000 $2,000,000.00

$2, 000, 000. 06

$17,140, 000. 00
15, 440, 000. G
O
15, 040, 000. 00
13, GOO, 000. 00
13, 000, 000. G
O
13, 000, 000. 00
10, 000, 000. 00

2, 000, 000. 00.

96, 620, 000. 00

98, 620, 000

98, 620, 000

2, 000, 000. 00

16,000,000
17, 000, 000
62, 860, 000
74, 560, 000
59, 960, 000
10, 080, 000
17,800,000
. . . . 13,500,000
19, 500, 000

16, 000, 000
17, 000, 000
80, 000, 000
90, 000, 000
75, 000, 000
23, 080, 000
30, 800, 000
26, 500, 000
31, 500, 000

13, 032. 00
5, 044. 00
59, 735. 00
48,140. 00
02,180.00
44, 000. 00
1,300.00
1, 000. 00
1, 000. 00

291,280,000

389, 880, 000

233, 4 1 1 00

940, 000
768,000
15, 700, 000
.18, 880, O U
O
11,919,680
6, 975, 200
3, 544, 000
7, 414, 000
17, 904, 000

16, 946, 000
17, 788, 000
95, 700, 000
108,880, G O
O
88,919,880
30, 055, 200
34, 344, 000
33,914,000
49, 404, 000

96, 759. 35
62, 848. 05
175,290.50
158, 233. 50
231, 622. 00
90, 622. 50
181,400.00
8, 467, 500. 00
10, 3 0 1 000. 00

109, 791. 35
16,836,208.65
67, 692. 05
17, 700, 307. 95
235,025.50 . 95,461974.50
202, 373. 50 108,877 626 50
293, 782. 00
86, 625, 898. 00
134, 622. 50
29, 920, 577. 50
182,700.00
31161,309.00
8, 468, 500. 00
25,445,500.00
12, 805, 000. 00
87, 099, 000. 00

84, 050, 880

478, 930, 880
4, 631,199

19,766, 075. 90

21,999,486.90

451,931,393.10
4 631 190 CO

84, 050, 880

469, 299, 690

19, 768, 075. 90

21, 999, 480. 90

447, 800, 208.10

1,186,000
2,128, 000
963, 820
1,125, 040

18,182, 000
19, 898, 000
96, 663, 820
110,005,040
88, 919, 680
80, 055, 200
34, 8 4 1 000
33, 9 1 1 000
. 49,401000

260, 954. 40
260, 574. 20
394, 275. 50
311, 263. 00
526, 033. 00
190, 947. 50
333,140. OO
632, 475. 00
1, 344, 000. 00

370, 745. 75
17, 781, 254. 25
.328, 266. 25
19, 567, 733. 75
629,30100 . 96,031519.00
513, 638. 50 109, 491, 403. ,50
819, 815. 00
86, 099, 865. 00
325, 570. 00
29, 729, 630. 00
515, 840. 00
83, 828,180. 00
9,100, 975. 00
24, 813, 025. 00
13, 649, 000. 00
35, 755, 000. 00

5, 402, 860

479, 333, 740
22, 014,102

4, 253, 682. 00

26, 253,149. 50

5, 402, 860

457,319,578

4, 253, 662. 60

28, 253,149. 50 '431,066,427.99

18, 846, 000
20, 560, 000
96, 663, 820
110, 005, 040
86, 919, 680
30. 055, 200
31341000
44, 914, 000
71,401 O Q
O

1,268,495.15
1,421,898.50
588, 593. 50
473; 548. 00
969, 582. 00
406, 892. 50
552, 675. 00
387, 425. 00
672, 800. 00

1, 637, 240. 90
1, 750,181 75
1, 217, 894. 50
987,184. 50
1, 789, 347. 00
732,462. 50
1,088,515.00
9, 488, 400. 00
14,321,800.00

17, 208, 759.10
18, 809, 835. 25
95,445,925 50
109, 017, 855. 50
85,130,333.00
29, 322, 737. 50
33, 275, 485. 00
35, 425, 600. 00
57, 082, 200. 00-

34, 378, 000

513, 711, 740
79, 932, 425

6, 739, 859. 65

82, 993, 009.15

480, 718, 730. 85
. 79, 932, 4'^5. 00

34, 378, O O
O

433, 779, 315

6, 739-, 859. 65

82, 993, 009.15

400 786 305 85

Total
1863.
One dollar
T w o dollars
T e n dollars
T vventy d o l l a r s
Fifty dollars
Gne'buDdred d o l l a r s
F i v e l i u n d r e d dollars
One t b o u s a u d dollars
Total . . .

13, 032. 00 • • 15,986,908.00
18 994 958 00
5, 044. 00
79, 940, 265. 00
59, 735. 00
89, 953, 860. 00
48,140. 00
62,160. 00 • 74 937 840 G
O
44, 000. 00
23 086, G O G
O
O
1, 300. 00
30,798, 700. 00.
1, 000. 00
26, 499, 000. G
O
2, 001, 000. 00
29, 499, 000. G
O
2, 233, 411. 00

887, 646, 589. CO

1864.
Oho dollar
T w o dollars
F i v o dollars
T e n dollars
Fifty dollars
One bund red dollars
F i v e b u n d r e d dollars
One t l i o u s a n d d o l l a r s
Total
TJnlcnown i n r e s e r v e .
Net
1865.
Two dollars
F i v e dollars .
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
One t l i o u s a n d d o l l a r s
Total
Unlinown iu reserve

...

Net.".

453, 080, 590. 50
22, 014,162. 51

1886.
One dollar
.........
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fiftv dollars
One b u n d r e d d o l l a r s .
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s
Total
TJnknoAvn in r e s e r v e
Net

..




714, 000
664, 000

11,000,000
22, 000, 000

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MOo ^©,o.—UNITED STATES N O T E S OE E A C H D E N O M I N A T I O N I S S U E D , R E D E E M E D , AND
OUTSTANDING AT T H E CLOSE O F EACH F I S C A L Y E A K — C o n t m u e d .
I s s u e d dur- T o t a l issued.
ing year.

Denomination.

Kedeemed
during year.

Total redeemed.

Outstanding.

1867.
.$1, 5G0, 000
2, 000, 000

OnedoLLar...
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars

--

T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
One h u n d r e d dollars
F i v e h u n d r e d dollarsOne t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s

...
.'"2,'040," ooo'
56, 412, 000

$20,346,000.
22, 560, 000.
96,663,820
110,005.040
86,919;.880
30, 055, 200
34, 344, 000
46, 954, 000
127,816,000

$3, 220i 683. 25 .
3,-691 717.10
30, 397; 878. 75
22, 679; 2 9 1 75
19,138, 210. 00 .
2, 985, 275. 00
5,283,650.00
5,801, 325. 00
64, 403, 900. 00

$4, 857, 924.15 $15,488,075.85
5, 441, 881. 85
17,118,118.15
31, 615, 573. 25
65,0-18, 246.75
86,338.560.75
23, 666, 479. 25
20, 927, 557. 00 - 65, 992,123. G
O
3,717, 737. 50 . 26, 337,. 462. 50
6, 331, 585. 00
28, 012, 485. 00
14, 789, 725. 00
32,164, 275. 00
78, 725, 700. 00
49, 090,..300. CO

61, 952, 000

190, 074,143. 00

385, 589, 597. 00
13, 806, 000. G
O

561,857,740 157, 081,183. 85

190, 074,143. 00

371, 783, 597. 00

2, 483, 348
3,510,696

Net

575,683,740 157, 081,133. 85
13, 806, 000

61, 952, 000

Total.......
.
Unknown in reserve

22, 829, 348
4, 297, 683. 25
26, 070, 69G : 4 , 6 6 7 , 7 5 1 7 9
96, 663, 820^ 2, 210, 801. 25
110, 005, 040
3, 506, 372. 50
2,391,665.00
86,919,680
30, 055, 200
841, 932. 50
34,. 3 4 1 000
974. 975.00
48, 986, 000
1, 5 0 1 975. 00
5, 459, 000. 00
135, 928, 000

9,155, 607. 45
10,109,638.50
33,820,87150.
27,172, 8 5 1 75
23, 319, 222. 00
4, 559, 670. 00
7, 306, 540. 00
16, 294, 700. 00
84,184, 700. 00

13, 673, 740; 60
15,981,062.45
62, 837, 445. 50'
82, 832,188. 25
63, 600, 458. 00
25, 495, 530. 00
27, 037, 400. G
O
32, G91 300. 00
51, 743, 300. 00;

1888.
Ono d o l l a r .
TAVO d o l l a r s

.•..

Fivo dollars.
T w e n t y dollars
Fiftv dollars
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s . . . .
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s .

"2," 032," 600'
8,112, 000
, 16,138, 044

Total
]\^et

18,138,044

5 9 1 801,784 .25, 855,156. 20
19, 872; 484

.215,929,299.20

375, 87'?., 484 80
19, 872, 4 8 1 SO"-

571,929,800

25, 855,156. 20

215, 929, 299. 20

856, 000, 000. Q
O

5, 522, 006
28, 351, 348
• 8,000,432.
31071,128
101,000,000
1338,180
8, 004, 960 • 118, 010, 000
102, 920, 000
16, 000, 320
80, 055, 200
40, 000. 000
5, 656, 000
58, 986, 000
10, 000, 000
20, 000, O O 155, 928, 000
G

'

4,929,028.40
5,.287, 765. 90
6,641,495.50
6, 833, 888. 00
5, 816, 229. 00
7, 211, 855. 00
6,010,285.00
7, 548, 475. 00
7, 689, 000. 00

14, 084. 635.80
15, 397, 899. 45
40, 467, 870. 00
34, 006, 739. 75
29,135,451.00
11,771,025.00
13, 316, 825. G
O
23, 848,175. 00
91,853, 700.GO

14, 266, 712. sol s , 673, 728. 55
60,532,130.00
81003,260:25
73, 7 8 1 549. 00
18, 284,175. 00
26, 883,175. 00
85,142, 825. 00
64,074,300.00

1889.
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
Ono'hundred dollars
F i v o h u n d r e d dollars
Ono t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s

669, 8 2 1 876
39,444,855

57,947,52180

77,519,892

029,876,821

8, 220, 000
14, 032, 000
19, 580, 000
37, 920, 000
23, 760, 000
20, 600, 000
28, 600, 000

152, 712, 000

77,519:892

Total TJntnown in reserve
Net

273,876,821.GO

395 444 855 00
39, 444, 855. 00

57, 947, 5 2 1 SO

273, 878, 82 LOO

3nfi.onn non on

36, 571, 348
48,103,128
120, 580, 000
155, 930, 000
126, 680, 000
50, G55, 2G0
68,600,000
58, 986, 000
155, 928, 000

4,422, 884. 45
5, 209, 611. 80
9, 493, 971. 25
17, 881, 072. 50
9, 685, 403. 00
0, 677, 217. 50
6, 721, 480. 00
11, 495, 475. 00
23, 968, 000.00

18, 507, 520. 25 . 18 003 827 75
20, 607, 010. 75
27,498,117.25
49,961,84125
70, 618,158. 75
51, 687, 812. 25 104,242,187.75
38,820,854.00
87, 859,146. 00
18, 448, 242. 50
32, 206, 957. 59
26, 038, 285.OG
48, 581, 715. 00
35, 388, 850. 00
23, 647, 850. 00
115,821,700.00
40,108,300.00

822, 033, 676

95, 355, 095. O
O

369, 231, 916. 00

1

1870..
One dollar
T w o dollars
Fivo dollars
—
T e n dollars
Twenty dollars—
F i f t y dollars
Ono'hundred dollars
FIA'C h u n d r e d d o l l a r s
Total

452,801,760.00

Less reserve:
Two dollars
F i v o dollars
T e n dollars
.
T w e n t y dollars . .
Fifty dollars

..

Five hundred dollars...
Ono t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s .
Total




1, 060
893, 000
14, 000, 000
21, 368, G O
O
16, 360,600
10, 055, 000
23, 085, 700
2, 041, 000
9, 000, 000

1 060 G
O
893, OGO. 00
1 1 000, 000. 00
21 366 000 00
16 360 000 00
16,055, 000 G
O
• 23, 085, 700. 00
2,041,000.00
9, 000, 000.00

90, 801, 760

98 801 780 G
O

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R E P O R T . ON T H E FINANCES.
2 5 » — U N I T E D STATES N O T E S OF EACH D E N O M I N A T I O N I S S U E D , R E D E E M E D , AND
OUTSTANDING AT T H E CLOSE O F EACH F I S C A L YEAR—Continued.
Denomination.

I s s u e d dur- Total issued.
ing year.

Redeemed
d u r i n g yeai\.

Total redeemed.

Outstanding.

$36, 570, 288
47, 210,128
106, 580, 000
134, 564, 000
110, 320, 000
40, 600, 200
45, 511 300
56, 945, 000
146, 928, 000

$4, 422, 884. 45
5, 209, 61180
10, 053. 996. 25
19, 001; 072. 50
21, 605, 403. 00
9, 223, 617.50
11,411, 460. 00
16, 433, 475. 00
37, 812, 000.00

$18, 507, 520. 25
20, 607, 010.75
4 9 , 9 6 1 841.-25
51, 887, 812. 25
• 38,820, 854. 00
• 18, 448, 242. 50
20, 038, 285. 00
35, 338, 650.00
115, 821, 700. 00

$18, 002,787. 75
26, 603,117. 25
56, 618,158. 75
82, 876,187.75
71,499, 146. 00
22,151, 957.50
25, 476,015. 00
21, 806,350.00
31,108, 800. 00

889, 231, 918. 00

856, 000, 000. 00

23, 509, 728. 70
27, 428, 871.55
83. 978, 378. 50
68; 685, 653. 75
55,428, 647. 00
• 28, 537, 562. 50
28,951 165. 00
51,408, 525. 00
146, 888, 700. 00

20, 541, 170. 30
25, 766, 256. 45
48, 461, 626. 50
77,144, 346. 25
• 67, 886, 353.00
23, 617, 637. 50
25, 285, 835.00
80, 877, 475. 00
36, 439, 300.00

1870.
Net:
One dollar
T w o dollars
F i v o dollars
T e n dollars
TAventy d o l l a r s
Fifty dollars
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s . .
Fivo hundred dollars.
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s .

725, 231, 916 135,173, 520. 00

Total.
1871.
Quo d o l l a r . . . ,
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
Ten dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s . .
F i v e hundred dollars.
One t h o u s a n d dollars.
Total

$7,
5,
5,
11,
12,
6,
8,
25,
86,

480,
985,
860,
286,
995,
555,
705,
341,
400,

611
000
000
000
000
000
700
000
000

44, 050, 899
53; 195,128
112,440,000
145, 830, 000
123, 315, 000
47,155, 200
54, 220, 000
82, 288, 000
183, 328, 000

5, 002, 208.45
6, 821, 880. 80
1 1 016, 532. 25
16, 997, 841. 50
18, 607, 793. 00
5, 089, 820. 00
8, 915, 880.00
16, 069, 875. 00
31, 067, 000. 00

845, 820, 227 120, 588, 311. 00

489, 820, 227. 00 356, 000, 000. 00

9, 981, 304
9,172, 000
9, 982, 500
12,210,000
13,001,000
1 035,000
5, 098,000
1,258,000
4, 932, 000

53, 982, 203 5, 724, 516. 80
62, 367,128
7, 566, 7 9 1 90
122, 402, 500 11, 858, 604.00
158, 040, 000 13,581 505.50
136, 816, 000 18, 2 8 1 976. 50
51,190, 200 2, 700, 294. 50
59, 318, 000 4, 722, 665. 00
83, 541 000 4,409, 450.00
188, 2GG, 000 4, 488, 000.00

29, 234.245.30
34, 995;663. 45
75, 636,9-77. 50
82, 270,159. 25
68, 693,623. 50
26, 237,857. 00
33, 676,830.00
55, 817,975. 00
151, 356,700. 00

69, 599, 804

915, 420, 031 68, 099, 804. 00

557, 920, 031 00 357, 500, 000. 00

One dollar
Two dollars
F i v e dollars
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s . .
Five hundred dollars.
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s .

6, 981, 587
7,816,000
9, 537, 500
9,930,000
10, 284, 000
3, 000. 000
4, 792, 000
3, 067, 000
8,111,000

60, 963, 770 6,517, 793.20
70,183,128
7,712, 608. 55
131, 940, 000 9,003, 055. 00
167, 970, 000 12, 367,770. 75
146, 600, 000 10, 732,678. 50
54,190, 200 1,755, 468. 00
64,110, 000 2, 692,370.00
88, 611, 000 5,529, 025. 00
198, 371, 000 6, 808,300. 00

35, 752, 038. 50
42, 708, 272. 00
85, 540, 032. 50
94, 637, 930. 00
79,426,800.00
27, 993, 325. 00
36, 589, 200. 00
61, 347, 000. 00
158,165, 000. 00

Total
,.
Unknown, destroyed.

03, 519, 087

978,939,098

64, 019, 067. 00 621, 939, 098. 00 357, 000, 000. 00
1, 000, 000. 00
1, 000, 000. 00 1, 000, 000. 00

63, 519, 067

978, 939,098

65, 019, 067. 00

622, 939, 098. 00

356, 000, 000. 00

8, 931, G69
10.177, 520
12, 595, 760
15, 865, 240
14.178, 400
5, 230, 000
9,503,300
17, 065, 000
27, 057, 000

69, 895, 439 8, 571, 888. 50
80, 380, 648 9, 5 3 1 988. 00
144, 535, 780 8, 452, 272. 50
183, 635, 240 12, 273, 385. 00
160, 778, 400 8, 887, 230. 00
59, 420, 200 2, 080, 7-75. 00
73,613,300
2, 695, 400. 00
103, 6-76, 000 31118, COO. 00
223, 428, 000 7, 840, 000. 00

44, 323, 927.00
52,243, 210. 00
93, 992, 305. 00
108,911, 315. 06
88, 313, 530. 00
30, 024, 100. 00
39, 064, 600. 00
95, 465, 000. 00
186, 005, 000. 00

25, .571, 512.00
28,117. 488.00
50, 543, 455. 00
• 76. 723, 925. 00
72,461 870.00
29, 398, 100. 00
84, 548, 700. 00
8, 211, 000. 00
..57,423, 000. 00

1, 099, 342, 987 94, 403, 889. 00

716, 8-42, 987. GO
1, 000, 000. G
O

883, 000, 000. 00
1, 000, 000. 00

120, 403, 889 1, 099, 342, 987 9 1 403, 889. 00

717, 342, 987. 00

382, 000, 000. GO

57,104,731.50
64, 949, 722. 00
106, 609, 506. 50
124, 040, 695. 00
103, 558, 358. 00
37,120, 950. 00

27, 416, 863. 50
26, 345, 326. 00
44, 852, 253. 50
73,154, 545. 00
67, 382, 042. 00
31, 259, 950. 00

120,588,311
1872.

Ono d o l l a r
TSvo d o l l a r s
Fivo dollars
Ten dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
Ono'hundred dollars. Five hundred dollars.
One t h o u s a n d dollars.
Total.

24, 747, 957.
27,371, 404.
46, 765, 522.
75, 769, 840.
67, 622, 376.
24, 952, 843.
25, 841, 170.
27, 726, 025.
86, 903, 300.

70
55
50
75
50
00
00
00
00

1873.

Net .

25, 211, 731.50
27, 474, 858. 00
46, 8G9, 987. 50
73, 332, 070. 00
67,173, 700. 00
26,196, 875. 00
27, 740, 800. 00
25, 264, 000. 00
38, 206, 000. 00

1874.
One dollar
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
Ono h u n d r e d d o l l a r s . . .
Fivo hundred dollars..
Ono t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s . .
Total
TJnliuown, d e s t r o y e d .
Net .

120, 403,1

1875.
O n e dollar
T w o dollars
F i v o dollars
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars.
Fifty dollars...




14, 626,156
10, 934, 400
0, 926, 000
13,560,000
10, 160, 000
8, 900, 700

84, 521, 595
91, 295, 048
151,461,760
197,195, 240
170,9.38,400
68, 380, 900

12, 780, 8 0 1 50
12, 706, 512. 00
12,617,201.50
17,129, 380. 00
15, 242, 828. 00
7, 096, 850. 00

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'M-o, . S 5 o - ^ U N I T E D .STATES

N O T E S OF E A C H D E N O M I N A T I O N I S S U E D , R E D E E M E D , , AND
OUTSTANDING A T . T H E . CLOSE OF E A C H F I S C A L - Y E A R — C o n t i n u e d .

...: D e n o m i n a t i o n .

Issued dur- Total issued.
Redecrded
d u r i n g year.
i n g year.

1875.
Ono h u n d r e d d o l l a r s . .
Five hundred dollars.
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s .

Total redeemed.

Outstanding.

Net .

$31, 218, COO. 00
30, 89.S, 000. 00
44,441,000. 00

103,907,956 1, 203, 250, 943110,186, 376. 00

828, 479, 363. 00
1,000,000.00

878,771,580.00
1, 000, 000. 00

103, 907, 956 1, 203, 250, 943110,136, 378. 00

Total
tlnknown, destroyed.

$76, 904, 000 $6, 620. 800. 00 $45, 685, 400. 00
131,628,000
5, 463, 000. 00 100, 928, 000. 00
186, 484, 000. 00
230,928,000 20,479,000.00

827, 479, 383.00

375,771,580.00

$3, 290,700
27, 950, 000
7, 500, 000

1876.
One dollar
T wo d o l l a r s
F i v e dollars
T e n dollars
T w.enty d o l l a r s . . . . . . .
F i f t y dollars:.
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s .
F i v e hundred dollars.
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s .

13, 444, 758
12,792,000
13, 080, O'OO
11,196, 000
12,184,000
10,151,000
5, 680, 000
12, 450, 000
200,000

12, 854,116. 60
11,658, 846.40
11, 814,081. 00
14, 945,686. 00
18,187, 379. 00
5, 922,185.00
9, 676,
780. 00
9, 379,
500. 00
7,940, 500. CO

69, 958, 848.10
76, 608, 568.40
118, 223, 587. 50
138, 988, 381. 00
116,748, 737. CO
43, 043, 135. G
O
.55, 362, 160.00
110,307, 500. 00
191 424, 500. 00

28, 007,501 90
27, 480,479. 60
46, 818,172.50
69, 404,859. 00
66, 878,663. 00
35,488, 765.00
27, 221,840. 00
33, 788,500. 00
86,703, 500.00

Total
Unknown, destroyed.

91,177, 758 1, 294, 428, 701 97,177, 051 GO

923,856,417.00
1,000,000.00

370, 772, 284. 00
. 1,000,000.00

91,177, 758 1, 294,428, 701 97,177, 051 00

924, 656, 417. 00

369, 772, 284. 00

10,147, 399
9, 432, 000
14,180, 000
. 7, 320, 000
8,160, 000
5, 983, 300
6, 985, 200
5,788,000
4, 500, 000

82, 958, 4.51 20
88,149, 221.80
129, 423, 538. 00
151,175, 538. 00
128, 875, 203. 00
48, 602, 290. 00
60,159, 080.00
115, 924, 500. 00
2 0 1 042, 500.00

25,160. 297. SO
25, 389,826. 20
49, 298,224: 00
64, 535,707. 00
62, 607,197.00
85,912, 910.00
29, 410,170.00
33, 884.500.00
84, 585,500. CO

Net.
1877.
One dollar
T w o dollars
Fivo dollars
Ten dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
Oue'hundred dollars .
Five hundred dollars.
Ono t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s .
Total
Unknown, destroyed.
Net .
1878.
One d o l l a r — . . . . . . . .
T w o dollars
Fivo dollars
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
One h u n d r e d dollars .
Five hundred dollars.
One t h o u s a n d dollars.
Total
Unknown, destroyed.

72, 440, S

7, 562, 351
6, 288, 000
15, 820, 000
11, 380, GOO
9, 200, 000
3,200,000
6. 408, 600
4,817,000
2, 800, 000

12, 994,606.10
11, 542,653.40
11,199, 948. 50
12,189, 152. 00
11,981, 466. 00
5,559, 155.00
1 798, 870.00
5, 617,000. 00
000. 00
6, 818,

1, 368, 889, 800 82,448,851.00 1, 006,105, 268. 00 860, 764, 832. 00
1, 000, 000. 00 1, 000, COO. 00'

115, 678.103
119, 807, 048
191 541, 700
227, 091, 240
200, 482, 400
87, 715. 200
95, 977, 800
154, 628, 000
238, 228, 000

11,792, 774. 50
10, 746,878.00
10, 448,667.50
10, 364,063. 00
9, 086,
554. 00
11, 930,230. CO
4,194, 100. 00
7, 823,000.00
3, 973,000.00

94, 746,228.70
98, 896,099. SO
139, 872,203.50
161,539, 59G. 00
137, 781,757. 00
60, 532,520.00
64, 353,130.00
123. 747,500. 00
205, 015,500. 00

20, 929,874. 30
20, 910,948. 20
54, 869,556. 50
65,551, 644.00
62, 720,643.00
27,182, 080.CO
31, 624,670. 00
80, 878,500. 00
83, 212,500. 00

07, 275, 951 1, 434,145, 551

80, 859, 267. GO 1, 088, 464, 535. 00 347, 881, 018. 00
1, GOO, 000. GO
1, 000, 000. 00

1, 434,14.5, 551

1, 087, 4C4, 535. 00 .846, 681, 018. 00

1879.
One d o l l a r — ' .
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars. I . . . . . .
Fifty dollars
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s . . .
Five hundred dollars..
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s . .
Five thousand dollars.
Ten thousand dollars..

Net.

108,113, 752
113, 519, 048
178, 721, 760
215, 711, 240
191, 282, 400
8 1 515, 200
89, 569, 200
149, 809, 000
235, 628, 000

72, 440, 899 1, 366, 869, 600 82,448,851.00 1, 007,105, 268. 00 359, 784, 332. 00

Net.

Total
Unknown, destroyed.

97, 968, 353
104,087,048
164, 541, 760
208, 391, 240
183,122, 400
78, 531, 900
82, 584, 000
144, 076, 000
231,128, 000

503,183
892, 000
080, 000
280, 000
400, 000
400,000
007,700
650,000
900, 000
005, 000
010,000

122,179, 236
125, 699, 048
205,601,760
236, 371, 240
207, 882, 400
90,115, 200
100, 985, 500
160, 276, 000
242,128, 000
4, 005, 000
3, 010, 000

9, 223,
026. 50
8, 710,295. 00
11, 622,443.50
10,193, 082. 00
756. 00
9, 649,
4, 059,340. 00
4, 598,890. 00
8, 959,000.00
2, 042,000. 00
5, 000.00
50, 000. 00

103,969, 255. 20
107, 606,394. 80
151,494, 647.00
171, 782,878. 00
147,411, 513. 00
64, 591,860.00
G8,-947,- 020.00
127, 706,500.00
207, 057,500.00
5, 000. 00
50, 000.00

18, 209,980. 80
18, 092,653. 20
54,107, 118.00
64, 838,562. 00
60, 470,887. GO
25,523, 840. 00
32, 038,480. 00
32, 569,500. 00
85, 070,500. 00
4, 000,000. 00
2, 960,000.00

64,107, 833 I, 498, 253, 384

64,107, 838.00 1,150,572, 868. 00 347, 681, 016. 00
1, OCO, 000. 001, 000, 000. 00

64,107, 833 1,498, 253, 384

64,107, S33. 00 1,151, 572, 808. 00 348, 681, 016. 00

Fi96


66

R E P O R T ON T H E FINANCES.

N®o g 5 o — U N I T E D S T A T E S N O T E S O F E A C H D E N O M I N A T I O N I S S U E D , R E D E E M E D , AND
OUTSTANDING AT T H E CLOSE O F EACH F I S C A L Y^EAR—Continued.

Denomination.
1880.
O n e dollar
T w o dollars
'..
F i v o dollars
—
•Ten d o l l a r s
T w e n t y dollars
F i f t y dollars
One hundred d o l l a r s . . .
Fivo hundred dollars..
Ono t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s . .
Five thousand dollars.
Ten thousand dollars..
Total
Unknown, destroyed.

Issued duri n g year. T o t a l i s s u e d .

$9,057, 863
8,232,000
19, 680, 009
16, 520, 000
17, 360, 000
1,400,000
3, 052, 700
2, 300, 000
700,000
1, 000, 000
2,000,000

Kedeemed
during year.

$131,237,099 $6, 935, 5 1 1 80
133,931,048
5, 971, 840. 20
225. 281, 760 8, 8 5 1 505. 00
252,891,240
6, 241, 811.00
225, 242, 400 5, 687, 680.00
91, 515, 200 2,114, 345. CO
104, 038, 200 2, 293, 310. 00
182, 576, 000 15, 645, 500. 00
242, 828, 000 19, 238, 000. 00
5, 005, 000 1 320, 000. 00
5, 010, 000 4, 500, 000. 00

Total redeemed. Outstanding

$110, 904,767. GO $20, 332,382. 00
113, 578,235.00
20, 352,813. 00
159, 849,212. 00 65, 432,548. 00
177, 974,489. 00 74, 916,751 00
153,099, 193. 00 72,143. 207. 00
66, 706,205.00
24, 808,995. 00
71, 240,330. 00 32, 797,870. 00
148, 352,000. 00 19, 224,000. 00
220, 295,500. 00
16, 532,500. 00
4, 325,000. 00
880, 000. 00
. 460,
GOO. 00
4, 550,000. 00

81, 302, 563 1, 579, 555, 947 81, 302, 563. 00 1, 231, 874, 931 00 847, 681, 016. GO
1, 000, 000. 00 1, 000, 000. 00
1, 579, 555, 947 81, 302, 563. CO 1,232,871981.00

Net
1881.
Ono dollar
T w o dollars
F i v o dollars
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
F i f t y dollars
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s . . .
Five hundred dollars..
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s . .
Five thousand dollars.
Ten thousand dollars..
Total
Unknown, destroyed.

9, 889, 034
8, 752, GOO
1 1 760, 000
9.160,000
6, 240, 000
1,200,000
2, 944, 300
700, 000
900, 000

141,126,183
142, 683, 048
240, 0 4 1 780
282, 051, 240
231, 482. 400
92, 715, 200
106, 982, 500
1C3, 276, 000
243, 728, 000
5, 005, 000
5, 010, 000

7, 575, 604.40
6, 880, 690. 60
10,028, 470. 00
7, 088, 8 6 1 00
0,111, 610. G
O
2, 806, 085.00
2, 794, 510. 00
5, 854, 000. 00
5, 408, 000.00
225, 000. G
O
200, 000. 00

118,480, 871.40
120, 438,925.00
170, 472,882. 00
185, 060,853. 00
159,210, 808. 00
69,012, 290. 00
74, 034,840. 00
148, 706,000. 00
231, 703,500. 00
4, 550,000. 00
4,750, 000. 00

348, 681, 016. G
O
22, 645, 761. eo
22, 244, 122.40
69, 569, 078.00
76, 990, 387.CO
72, 271, 597.00
23, 702, 910.00
82, 947, 680. 00
1 1 570, 000. 00
12,024, 500.00
4.55, 000. 00
260, OGO. 00

54,545,334 1, 634,101, 281

54, 545, 334. 00 1, 286, 420, 265. 00
1, 000, 000. 00

347, 681, 016. 00
1, 000, 000. 00

54, 545, 834 1,634,101,251

54,545,334.00 1,287,420,265.00

346, 681, 010. 00

Ono dollar
T w o dollars
F i v o dollars
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
One l i u n d r e d d o l l a r s . . .
Five hundred dollars..
One thousand d o l l a r s . .
.Five t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s .
Ten thousand dollars..,

11,445,524
10, 472, 000
.14,280,000
6,. 680. GOO
5, 680, 000
8, 200, 000
4, .527, 900
1, 750, 000
1 500.000
1 995,000
14, 990, 000

8, 370, 832.00
8, 093, 497.00
16, 506, 538.00
10, 885, 621.00
9, 2 9 1 128. 00
2,711, 140.00
3, 006, 170. 00
1, 4 4 1 000. 00
1,189, 000.00
5, 030, 000.00
12, 990, 000. 00

Total
Unknown, destroyed.

79, .520, 424 1, 713, 621, 705 79, 520, 421 00 1, 865, 940, 689. 00 347, 681, 016. 00
1, 000, COO. 00
1,000,000.00

Net
1882.

Net

152, 571, 657
153,155,048
254, 321, 760
268, 731, 240
237,162, 400
95, 915, 200
111, 510, 400
165, 026, 000
245, 228, 000
10, 000, G O
O
20, 000, 000

126, 850,703. 40
128, 532,422. 60
188, 979,220.00
195, 946,474. OO
168, 504,929. 00
71,723, 430. 00
77, 041,010. 00
150,150, 000. 00
232. 892,500. 00
9, 580,000. 00
17, 740,000. 00

25, 720,953. 80
24, 622,825.40
67, 342,540. 00
72, 784,766. 00
68, 857,471. 00
24,191, 770.00
84, 489,390. 00
14, 876,000.00
12, 335,500. 00
420, 000.00
2, 260,000. 00

79,520,424 1,713,621,705

79, 520, 424. 00 1, SGG, 940, 889. 00 346, 681, 018. 00

11,088,114
9, 672, 000
22, 860, 000
14, 240, 000
6, OGO, 000
3, 900, 000
4, 856, 6C0
2, 350, 000
4, 400, 000
10,000,000
20, 000, 000

9, 970,
610.80
8, 770,231.20
19, 052,455. 00
14, 291,880. 00
12,210, 582. 00
4, 205,875. 00
4, 523,600. GO
2,127, 500.CO
2, 407,000. 00
10,105, COO.00
22,100, 000. 00

1883.
Ono dollar
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s . . .
Five hundred dollars..
Ono t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s . .
Fivo thousand dollars.
Ten thousand dollars..
Total.
Unknown, destroyed.

161, 557, 771
162, 827, 048
277,181, 7G0
282, 971, 240
243,162, 400
99, 815, 200
115,867,000
167, 376, 000
249, 628, 000
20, 000, 000
40, 000, GOO

136, 821, 314.20
137, 302, 653.80
206,031, 675. 00
210, 238, 8 5 1 00
180, 715. 4 9 1 00
75, 929, 305; 00
81, 581 610. 00
152, 277, 506. 00
235, 299, 500. 00
19, 885, 000. 00
39, 840, 000. 00

27, 736,458. 80
25, 524,391 20
71,150,085. 00
72, 732,886. 00
62, 446,909.00
23, 885,895. GO
34, 302,390. 06
15, 098,500. GO
14, 328,500. 00
315, 000. GO
160-, 000. GO
347, 681, 018. 09
1,000,000.00

109, 764, 7.14 l,823r386,419 109, 764, 7 1 1 00 1, 476, 705, 403. 00

Net

109, 784, 714 1, 823, 386, 419 109,764,71100 1,475,705.403.06
1, 000, 000. 00

346, 681, 016.00

1884.
O n e dollar
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e n dollars
Twenty dollars..




8, 943, 236
7, 808, 000
23, 420, 000
12,160,000
9, 280, 000

173, 5 0 1 007
170, 635, 048
300, 601, 760
295,131,240
252,442,400

10, 019, 508. 00
8,431508.60
19, 017,170. 00
15. 365, 870. 00
13,672,280.00

146,
145,
225,
225,
191

840, 822. 20
787,101. 80
048;' 845. 00
6 0 1 224. 00
387, 771. 00

26, 660,184. 80
21897,886.20
75, 552, 915. 00
69,527,016.00
58, 054, 629. 00

Bl

•5:EEASURE'E.

M-o.. 25«—UNII'E.D .STATES JS^OTES ;OF -EACH D E N O M I N A T I O N ISSEEB., O^^EIDEEIMED., AN©

0;UTB.TAN©ING AT THE CLOSE :0F •EACH IFlSGAL Y E A R — O Q I l i t i m i e d .
I s s u e d d u r - T o t a l Itssued. .Eedeenaed
ing.year.
• d u r i n g .year. ' T o t a l r e d e e m e d . O u t s t a n d i n g .

Denomination.
1884.
' F i f t y -.dollars
<Ono liLindred dollars
^Five h i m d r e d d o l l a r s
fOnethousaoid d o l l a r s
F i v e t l i o u s a n d doUars
T e n ' t h o u s a n d ;dollars

•$4,-2OO,-0O6 : •$104,615,:200 $1:877,-.000. "00 -$g0,.S06,-30'5.66
5,237,600
121,101-600
.5,-898,-400.60
•87,463,-O-IO. 60
1'900,-000- 172,-276,606 ' 3,-684,.-500.60
1=55, 362, 000. 00
•259,628,000
• 10,-O00,-600
5,291-OOO. 0 0 , •240,593,500.60
19,876,000.60
•20,600,000
•1-85,-000, GO
-39, 940, 000. 00
.40,600,600
•
160,600.60
85,-948, 236 1,909,334,655

185,-948, •238.-06 1,-561,6.53,639.O0
.1,000,000.00

347, 881, 018. 00
1,000 000 00

• '85, 948,.236 : 1,-909, 331655
•

85,-948, 236. 60 l,562,-653, 939.60

3-46,681,6.16.66

•Total
Unknown, destroyed
Net...,
1885.

•

:

-One dolla-r,..
'.Two d o l l a r s
,
.
.Fivo-dollars
,..,.
Ten:dollars.
.Twenty dollars
F i f t y dollars
• O n e h u n d r e d dollars.....
F i v e b u n d r e d dollars..
•.Onethousand d o l l a r s
. F i v e . t h o u s a n d dollars....-Ten t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s

10,187,153 •
' 10,'856,600
19,.-36O.,-6O0
.. 9,-840, OOO •
• 9,7.60,600
4,800,000
.5,600,000
2,'350, 000
12,-000, 000 "

Total....
Unknown, destroyed
Net

$23,.208,895.60
33,640,:990.6O
16. .911 000. 00
19,634,500.-00
130, 000.60
•60, 000. CO

183, 688, .1-60
181491,648
>819,901,760
304, 771, 240
262,202,400
108,815,200
.126,-701600
•174, •628,-000 •
271,628,000.
20, 000, 000 -.
40,600,600;

11, :895, •276.60
•10,458,-817.60
-18,855,110.00
1 1 •627,5830. 00 •
12, 888,120. 00
• 1 549. 000.00
6,.344,.2O0.00
•.2,-70.7,66O.OO,
2,.818,O0O.OO
•8O,-6O0.66.
•20,600. 00 ,

158, 736, 098..20
:24,-952.,061;8O
158,195,978.80
.25, .295, 069.20
243,-903, 955.60
75,-697, 805.60
.240, 231,85160 • 64,;539.,.386.60
207,075,89166
•55,126,.509.-60
:85, 355,305. 00 .23,459,*95.60
93,-807,210.00
82, 896, 790. 00
158, 089, 000. 00
16,-557,000.00
242, 911, .500. 00 • .:28,716, 500.60
19, 900, 000. 00
100, 000. 00
•39,960,000.00
40,-000. 00

8-1,493,153 1, 993, 827, 808 " 84, 493,153. 00 1, 646,146, 792. CO 347,681,016.00
1,000,000.-00. . ..1,;OO0,600.00
....; 84,498,153 1,'993, .827, 808

346,.681,-616.-06

81493,153.00 1,6.47, .146, 792.06

18S6.
-Gnie doBar
'
'Two dollars
FiTO d o l l a r s
"'-2i,".320,*6OO':
'Tendollars
' 9, 960, GOO7,120, 006
•.IVenty dollars....
2,O00,-OO0
Fifty dollars . . .
...
lOneliundred dollars
.. 4, 700,600 •
•400, 000
•FiTG l i u n d r e d d o l l a r s
17,500,000 ;
One thousand dollars
•Five t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s . . . . . . .
"Ten t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s
Total...
-.
•Unknown, d e s t r o y e d

.183,688,160
.•181, 49.1,648:
341, 221,780
314,731,240
269, 822, 400 .
116,-815, 206
.181,404,000
175, 026,600
289,128, 080
•20,600, 000 •
40,600,600

166,084,237.69
•7, ;348,139.40
163,286,878.40
.7,690,699.60
11,688,'580. GO' 255,592, 541'00 •
••248,-072,..579.OO'
7,-840, 725.00
•214, 2 4 1 0 2 1 00 •
.7,188,130. 00
2,188,-630. GO
•87,523,935.60
6, •237,090.60; 100, 044, 300. 00
1 5 3 3 , 000. 00 • 102, 602,•000.00
8,-855, 000. 00 -251,788,-500.60
4O,.OO0.-00:
19, 940, 000.00
.30,000.60
39, 990,600..00

17.,-603,-922.46
18,204,369.60
-85,629,219.<G9
68, •658,68160
-.55,678,-379.60
23 291 '285 00
31,359,700.00
•1-2, 4 2 1 000.00
37,381,500.60
•60,600. 00
10,600. 00

•63,600, .000 . 2,656,:827,808
••63,-000,:00O 2,65,6, 827,,808

.Net..

63,600,600.00: 1, 709,146, 792. 00 • 347,681 016.00
1000, 000. 00 • 1,600,000.00
63,:6OO.,60O.G0 a,'.7i0,148, 792.00

346,-681, O1G.-00

-iS87.
-{Ono •doll.ar
.........
,
183,688,160 • 8,;806,;54-5..9O '
'T-wG-.dollars
181,491,648: •6,195, .7.97.60.
F i v e dollars
,
'26,"7i0,'o6o" :367,961,760 17,-SOI •.368.^50 •
387, 871..240
8, 927, •190. 00
-.Ten d o l l a r s
. 22,640,600
.285, 502,400 . .7,389,61.8.00
18,-240,000
.Twenty dollars
112,;815,2O0. 3,.382,.280.00F i f t y .dollars.......=...
....' 2,-OOO,.O0O
.2,.8OO,-0OO ; 1 3 1 204,000 : 4,:516,300.60
'©.ne b u n d r e d d o l l a r s
175, 026, 000
4, 719, 500. 00 .
.F.iA^e h u n d r e d d o l l a r s
,
>One -thousand .d.ollars...., ' 'i,"648,'.6o.o"- .292, 776, .000. .:9,.8i2,.C06..C6
20,000,600
15,600. 00 -:
'Five lliousand-dollars
•
40,600,600:
.Ten^tho.usand dollar's
... -.
Total
Unkruown, destroyed.
.N.e-t

....; •74,.0.8S,..060 - 2,130,895,808

171 890, 783..-50
172, 482, 4-76.66 ":
2.72, 896, 909. 50 •
256,999,769.00,
.221, .633, 039.60;
,90, 906, 215. 00 •
:i()4, 560. 000. G
O
167, ,321 500. .00,
.281, 578,-500.60
19,955,000. 00
39, 990, 000. CO

:8, 7.97, 3.76. 50
9.608, ;572.'.0O
.95; 664,1850. ;50
-80, .371,-471-60
-63,929,36100
21, 908, 985. 00
29,6-43,400.00
J7,701.500.66
31,197,500. 00
45, 000. 00
10,000.00

.71^668,600. ^O, 1,783,214,7.92.00 847,681,016.-69
1, 000,600, 00 • 1,000,600.00

: 74,-O68,-660 2,:i30,895,-808: .74,-068,600.66 1,•784,214,792. 0 0 ; 346, 681, 016.-.00

-

1888.
O n e dollar
.
-.Two d o l l a r s
IFive d o l l a r s
..,..:
'Ten d o l l a r s
'.Twenty dollars
.Fifty d o l l a r s
•One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s
"Five . h u n d r e d d o l l a r s
O n e t h o u s a n d dollars..

.....'
..
""7,"30O,"6bo'17,000,000
28,-800,600 •
•2, •.800,600 •
' 4,9OO,-OO0
1,500,000 .
l,-852,-.000 -




.183, 688,.160 •
181, 49i,-0-4-8 375, 261, 760:
354, •371,'240 •
-314, 382, 400
•1-15,615,-.200
139,101000
176,-526,600
-.291,128,600

:3,m7,i44."O0;
4,631,636.-00
2,1,309, 978.60
11,107. 070.-00 -7,915,437.00
:2,-838, •435.60 .•
3, 439,-300.-00
1,.136,-500.0O •
:8,:2^46,.506.66:

178,-507,92-7.-SO. ^
13Q, 5i4, 112.-O0:
294,2O6,:887."50'.
•268,106.-839.60:
•229, 548,-476.0§•93, 744. 650. 00
167,999;-^OO. 00
168,4S8,-O00.;09^
:;269, 825,000. 00

-0,180, 232;'50
4,;9v6,936.-C0
'81,651872.56
BG, 264,401. 09
•84,-813,-924.'00
21. 870, .550. 00
31,101100. 00
.8,-^O6S,60O.O6
24,303,000.00

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R E P O R T ON T H E FINANCES.

N o . . 2 5 . — U N I T E D STATES N O T E S O F E A C H D E N O M I N A T I O N I S S U E D , R E D E E M E D , AND
•OUTSTANDING AT T H E CLOSE OF E A C H F I S C A L YEAR—Continued.

D e n o m i n a t i o n .-

I s s u e d during year. Total issued.

Eedeemed
during year.

1888.
F i v e thousand dollars
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars

$20, 000, 000
40, 000, 000

$10, 000. 00

Total redeemed. Outstanding.

$35, COO. 00
10, 000. 00

$63,652,000 2,194, 547, 808 63, 652, 000. 00 1, 846, 866, 792. 00
1, 000, 000. 00

Total
U n k n o w n destroyed

$19, 905, 000. 00
39, 990, 000. 00

347,681,016.00
1 000 COO.00

63, 652, 000 2,194, 547, 808

Net

63, 652," 000. 00 1, 847, 886, 792. 00

346, 691, 016. 00

1889.
One dollar
1...'.
T w o dollars
Fi"Te d o l l a r s . . . .
Ten dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
Ono h n n d r e d dollars
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s
F i v e thousand dollars •
Ten thousand dollars
Total
XJnknown, d e s t r o y e d

13, 720, 000
. 18,880,000
6, 000, 000
7, 600, OCO
7, 750, 000
5, 500, 000

183, 688,'160
1,465,70160
181, 491, 048
1, 625, 642. 40
375, 261, 760 22,719,912.00
868,091,240 13,400,148.00
333, 242, 400 10, 280, 678. 00
121,615,200
8, 628,135. 00
148, 704, O O 3, 895, 280. 00
O
184, 278, 000
1,318,500.00
299, 628, 000
1,116, 000. GO
20, 000, 000
40, 000, 000

. 59, 450, 000 2, 258, 997, 808
...

Net

59, 450, 000

9.:9.^R m i R09.

179, 973, 632.10
178,139, 754. 40
316,926.799.50
281, 506; 987. 00
239, 829, 1 5 1 00
97, 372, 785. 00
111, 895,180. 00
169, 776, 500. 00
2-70,941,000.00
19,965,000.00
39, 990, 000. 00

8, 714, 527. 90
8,851 293 00
58, 334,-980. 50
86, 5 8 1 258. 00
93,418 246.00
24, 242, 415. 00
84, 808, 820. 00
14, 499, 500. 00
28, 687, 000. 00
35, 000. 00
10, 000. 00

59, 450, 000. 00 1,906,816,792.00
1, 000, 000. 00

847,681,016.00
1, 000, 000. 00

59,450, 000. 00 1,907,316,792.00

846, 881 016. 00

1890.
One dollar
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
F i f t y dollars .
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s . . .
Five hundred dollars.:
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s
F i v e thousand dollars
T e n thousand dollars

..

Total
Unknown, destroyed

216, 000
216, 000
20, 020, 000
19, 720, 000
31,360,000
1800,000
3, 400, 000
1, 400, G O
O

183, 904,180
181, 707, 048
395, 281, 760
387, 811, 240
3 8 1 802, 400
123,415,200
150,104, 000
185, 876, 000
299, 828, 000
20, 000, 000
40, 000, 000

180, 611, 808. 80
3, 292, 353. 20
178, 831169. 20
2, 872, 878. 80
337,551,378.00
57, 730, 3 8 1 00
297, 400, 440. 00
90, 410, 800. 00
253,110,050.00 111,486,350.00
101, 952, 800. G
O 21,462 400 00
117, 579, 650. G
O 32, 524, 850. 00
171347,500.00
11, 328, 500. 00
283, 090, 000. 00
18, 538, 000. 00
19, 975. 000. 00
25, 000. 00
89,990,000.00
10, 000. 00

638,171 70
694, 414. 80
20, 624, 576. 50
15, 893, 453. 00
18, 288, 896. G
O
1580,015.00
5, 681 470. 00
4, 571, 000. 00
12,149, 000. 00
10, 000. 00

,

78,132,000 2, 332,129, 808
78,132, 000 2, 332,129, 808

Net

78,132, 000. 00 1, 984, 448, 792. 00 347.681,016.00
1, OOO, 000. 00
1000,000.00
78 132, ooo; 00 1-985 ddS 709, on 846, 681, 016. 00

'

1891.
476, C O
O
856, 000
16, 500, O O
G
19, 440, 000
25,120, 000
1, 800, 000
2,100, 000
600, 000
3, 900, 000

Ono dollar
T w o dollars
FIA'O d o l l a r s

T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fiftv dollars
Ono h u n d r e d d o l l a r s
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
Ten t h o u s a n d dollars

184,380,160
378,153. 00
182, 58^, 048
412, 997. 00
411,781780 18, 703, 895. 00
407, 251, 240 18, 285, 425. 00
389, 722, 400 • 17, 889, 980. 00
124,815,200
4, 018, 850. 00
152, 2 0 1 000
5, 904, 700. 00
186, 678, 000
2, 950, 500. 00
4, 258, 000. 00
303, 528, 000
10,000.00
20, 000, 000
40, 000, 000

'

180, 989, 959. 80
3, 390, 200. 20
179, 247,166. 20
8, 315, 881. 80
3 5 1 254, 771.00
57, 528, 989. 00
315,665,865.00
91,585,875.00
271, 006, 030. 00 118,718,870.00
105, 971, 650. 00^ 18, 843, .550. 00
123, 4 8 1 850. 00
28,719,650.00
177, 298, 000. 00
9, 878, 000. 00
287, 848, 000. 00
16, 180, 000. 00
19, 985, 000. 00
15,000 00
89, 990, 000. 00
10, 000. 00

70, 792, 000 2, 402, 921, 808

Net

70, 792, 000. 00 2, 055, 240, 792. 00
1,600,000.00

347,681,016.00
1, 000, 000. 00

70, 792, 000 2, 402, 921, 808

Total
Unknown, destroyed'.

70, 792, 000. 00 2, 056, 240, 792. 00

846, 881, 016. 00

1892.
One d o l l a r
T w o dollars
FiA'-e d o l l a r s
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
F i f t y dollars
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s
F i v e hundi:cd dollars
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars .

1, 208, 000
838, 000
19, 480, 000
19. 280, 000.
12, 580, 000
1,700,000
2, 080, 000
. . . 5,520,000
4,100, 000

Total
Unknown, destroyed
Net




185, 588,160
182, 899, 048
481, 261,780
426,531,240
402, 282, 40O
126,515,200
154, 2 8 1 000
192,196, 000
307, 628, 000
20, 000, 000
40, 000, 000

66, 264, 000 2, 469,185, 808

538,135. 00
570, 420. 00
15, 412, 785. 00
18,228,420.00
18, 472, 440. 00
3,673,400.00
4, 693, 900. 00
2, 878, .500. 00
2, 300, 000. 00

181,526,091804, 062, 065. 20
179, 817, 586. 20
3,081,461.80
869, 667, 556. 00
6 1 594, 204. 00
333, 892, 285. 00
92 638 955.00
289,478, 470. 00 112, 803, 930. 00
109, 645, 050. 00
16,870,150.00
128,178, 250. 00
26,105, 750. 00
179, 676. 500. 00
12, 519, 500. 00
289, 648; 000. O
O 17, 980, 000. 00
19, 985, 000. 00
15 000.00
39; 990; 000: 00
10, 000. 00

66, 264, 000. 00 2,121, 504, 792. 00
1, 000, 000. 00

66, 284, 000 2,469,185,808. 66, 264, 000. 00 2,122,504,792.00

347, 881, 016. 00
1, 000, 000. 00
346, 681, 016. 00

69

TREASURER.

No,

: 2 5 . — U N I T E D STATES N O T E S OF E A C H D E N O M I N A T I O N I S S U E D , R E D E E M E D , AND
OUTSTANDING AT T H E CLOSE O F E A C H F I S C A L YEAK—Continued.

Denominati«m.
1893.
One dollar
T w o d o l l a r s ....F i v e dollars
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s . . .
Five hundred dollars..
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s . .
Five thousand dollars.
Ten thousand dollars..

I s s u e d dur- T o t a l i s s u e d .
ing year.

$208,000
528,000
19, 640, 000
22, 820, 000
17, 040, 000
2,300,000
4, 520, OGO
6,180,000
18, 380, 000

$185, 796,160
183, 427, 048
450, 901, 760
448,851,240
419,822,400
128, 815, 200
158, 8 0 1 000
198,876,000
828, 008, 000
20, 000, 000
40, 000, 000

Eedeemed
during year.

$873,
757,
031,
905,
866,
730,
220,
454,
776,

19,
23,
28,
1
7,
2,
8,

902. 00
018. 00
950. 00
380. 00
800. 00
850. 00
600. 00
000. 00
000. 00

Total redeemed.

Outstanding.

$182, 399,996.80
$8,396, 163. 20
180, 574,604.20
2, 852,443. 80
888, 899,506. 00
62, 202,254. 00
857, 797. 665. 00 91, 053,575. 00
317, 844,770. 00 101, 477,630. 00
114, 375,900. 00
14, 439,300. 00
135, 398,850. 00
28, 405,150. 00
182,130, 500. 00
16, 245,5G0.00
293, 424,000. 00
82,584, 000. 00
19, 985,000. 00
15, 000. 00
39, 990,000. 00
10, 000. 00

Net

91,116,000 2, 500, 301, 808

91,116, 000. 00 2,212,620,792.60
1, 000, GOO. 00

91,116, 000 2, 580, 301, 808

Total-.
Unknown, destroyed.

91,116, GOO. 00 2, 213, 820, 792. 00 346, 681, 018. 00

347, 681, 016. 00
1, 000, 000. 00

1894.
One dollar
T w o dollars
Five.dollars
Teu dollars
T w e n t y dollars
F i f t y dollars
One hundred d o l l a r s . . .
Five hundred dollars..
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s . .
F i v e thousand dollars .
Ten thousand dollars..

416,000
264, 000
140, COO
680, 000
280, 000
470, 000
090, 000
35, 820, 000

186, 212,160
183,691,048
482,041,780
466, 531, 240
438. 602, 400
131,285,200
182, 894, 000
198, 376, CGO
881, 628, 000
20, 000, 000
40, 000, 000

759, 719. G
O
616,04100
20,5.57,470.00
24, 639, 290. 00
25, 631, 880. 00
2, 775, 900. 00
3, 504, 200. 00
4, 208, 500. 00
8, 239. 000. 00

183,159, 715. 80
181, 220,645. 20
409, 258,976. 00
882, 436,955. 00
843, 476,650. 00
117,151, 800. 00
138, 903,050.00
186, 337,000. 00
301 663, 000. 00
19, 985.000. GO
39, 990,000. 00

3, 052, 444. 20
2,470, 402. 80
52, 784, 781 00
8 1 094, 285. 00
95,125, 750. 00
11133, 400. 00
23, 990, 950. 00
12, 039, 000. G
O
59, 905, 000. 00
15, 000. 00
10, 000. 00

-Net

90, 960, 000 2,6.51,261,

90, 960, 000. 00 2, 303, 580, 792. GO 347,681,016.00
1,000,000.00
1,-000,000.00

,90, 960, 000 2,651,281,:

Total.....
Unknown, destroyed.

90, 960, 000. 00 2, 304, 580, 792. 00 3-46, 681, 016. 00

1895.
One dollar
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
Ten dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
One h u n d r e d dollars
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s
F i v e thousand dollars . . .
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars

7.^>2, 000
608, 000
OCO,000
760, 000
520, 000.
530, 000
210, 000
i 19, 880, 000

188, 944,160
599, 333.00
184, 299, 048
498, 302. 00
480, 041, 760 16, 463, 365. CO
483, 291, 240 20, 045, 570. 00
454,122,400 20, 920, 580. 00
132, 815, 200 8, 220, 950. 00
165,104, 000
4, 626, 400. 00
198, 376, 000 2, 761, 500. 00
380, 988, 000 5, 584, GOO.00
20, 000, 000
40, 000, 000

183,759, 048. 80
181,718, 947. 20
425, 720,341.00
402,482, 525. 00
864, 397,230. 00'
120; 372,750.00
143, 529,450. 00
189, 098,500.00
307, 247,000.60
19, 985,000.00
39, 990,000. 00

3,185, 1 1 1 20
2, 580, 100.80
5 1 3 2 1 , 419. 00
80,.808, 715.00
89, 725, 170.00
12,442, 450.00
21, 574, 550.00
9,- 277, 500. 00
73, 741, 000. 00
15, COO. 00
10, 000. 00

Net.

74,720,000 2, 725, 981, 808

74,720,000.00 2, 378, 300, 792. 00 347, 681, 016. 00
1, 000, 000. 00
1,000,000.00

74, 720, 000 2, 725, 981, i

Total
Unknown, destroyed.

74, 720, 000. CO 2, 379, 300, 792. 00 346,681,016.00

1896.
O n e dollar
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e n dollars
T.wenty dollars
Fifty dollars
One hundred d o l l a r s . . .
Five hundred dollars..
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s . .
Five thousand dollars.
Ten thousand dollars..
Total
Unknown, destroyed.
Net




1,
19,
22,
7,
3,
8,

656,
488,
440,
200,
200,
800,
000,

000
000
000
000
000
000
000

6,140, 000

187, 800,160
185, 787, C48
499, 481, 760
505,491,240
461, 822, 400
136, 615, 200
173,104,000
198, 876, 000
887,128, 000
20, 000, 000
40, 000, 000

715, 050. GO
734, 310.00
15, 864,190. 00
18,532, 960. 00
16, 905,640.00
2, 936,450.00
4, 228,900. 00
2, 562,500. 00
6, 444,000.00

184, 474,
182, 453,257. 20
441, 584,531.00
421, 015 485. 00
381, 302,870. 00
128, 309;200. 00
147, 758,850. 00
-191, 661,000. OO318, 691,OOO. 00
. 19, 985,
000. 00
. 89,990,000. 00

3, 126,
081.20
3, 83.3,
790. 80
57, 897,229. CO
84, 475,755.00
80, 019,530. 00
13. 300,000. 00
25, 345,850. 00
8, 715,000. 00
73, 437,000.00
15, 000.00
10, 000. 00

68,924,000 2, 794, 905, 808

68, 924, 000. 00 2, 447, 224, 792. 00 347,881, 018. 00
1, 000, 000. 00
1, 000, 000. 00

68,924,000 2, 794, 905, 808

68, 924, 000. 00 2, 448, 224, 792. 00 846,681,016.00

fO

R E P O R T OIT TH.E

FINANCES.

M^o. 2 ^ 0 - -TREASURY
AND

N O T E S O F 1890 OF E A C H D E N O M I N A T I O N I S S U E D , R E D E E M E D ;
OUTSTANDING AT T H E CLOSE OF E A C H F I S C A L YEAR.
I s s u e d durEedeemed
i n g y e a r . . T o t a l i s s u e d . d u r i n g yea-r.;

Denomination.
1891.
One dollar
T w o dollars
Fiv;e d o l l a r s
.
T e n dolhirs
,
,
T w e n t y idollars
.-..
One . h u n d r e d dGllar.s
Onerthousand dollars.

$3, 656, .417
3,178,000
-.. 16, •220, .000
17,560,600.
3, .44-0,600 ,
6,900,600
6,900,, 600

Total
redeemed.

Oatstanding.

$139,967
34,908
123, 815
512,290
21,320
ISO, 700
.-60.5, 000

$139, 967
34,.908
123,-815
512, 290
21, .320
. 186, 700 ,
••605,000

-51, 852, .417

•51, •852, 417

1,621,000

1,624,600

.50,'228, ^ l ?

4,248,424
6,792,600
11620,000
15, 860, 000
8,320.000
. 4,090;0G0
6, 700, 000

'7,904, 841
9,968, 000
24,-840, 000
32,920,000
11,-760,600
10, 990, 000
13, 800, 000

1,502,909
1, 257, 066
.1, 469, 585
1,722,830
•360, 880
771,000
1, 563, 000

1, 642, 876
1,291,974
1, •593, 400
2, 234, 620
•382,200 •
957,700
2,168, 000

6,.SGI, 965
-8,676,6,26
"23 246 600
3,0, •685,380
11,377,800
10, 032,1J00
11, 482, 000

60,1'30,424

Total

$3, 656, 417
3,176, G O
O
10,220,000
17, •560,600
3,440,006
6,900,000
.6,906,600

111,682, 841

8, 646, 770

10,270,7-76

$3,516,456
3,141,692
16,096,185
• •17,647,716
:3,418,-6S0
:6, 713,-.3O0
;6,'295,600

1892.
One xlollxir- -.
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e n doUars
T w e n t y dollars.
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s

- .••-.......

.Total

;.101,712,671

1893.
10, 770,106
7,888,000
20,100, 000
19, 360, 000
11,040,000
800,600
1, 080, 000
16,200,000

One d o l l a r
.......
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
Ten dollars
.;....
T w e n t y dollars,
F i f t y dollars
Ono h u n d r e d d o l l a r s
O-ue t h o u s a n d dollars
Total

87,238,106

....:

18,674,947
.17, 856,000
44,.940,680
52, 280, 000
22,800, 000
800, 000 ;
12, 070.000
29, 800;600
199, 220, 947

3,•733, 078.'
4,-204, 3-72
6, 410, 530
•6, •078, 710
2, 080, 060
6,300
3, 430,-OOO
15,818,000

5,375, 954•5, 496, 348 '
8-, 003, 930
8,'311,:830
"2, 462,280 •
•8,300'
1388,-800 '
17, 986, 000

41,759,950

•52, 030,720

147,190, 227

7,138, 726
6, 205,329
12, •816, 885
11, 447, 780
4, 067,680
111800
1,.-551 •400
3,.-552,600

12, 514, 680
11,701675
20, 320,-815
19,759,110'
6, 529,-346 '
•121,160
'5,'943,600
21, •538,600'

12, 829, 457
10, 346, 325
.33, 819,185
41,240,890
-20,110,660
1,048,900
11, 627,-000
21, 582, 060

46,397,600

98, 427, 726

.152,584, 417

8,063, 606
5.,:970, 499
13, 637,.875
12, .140,1.10
.5,276. 360
•302; 850
1, 7 2 1 300
3,590, 000

20, 578, 286
17, 672,174 •
33, .958, 490.
31, 899, 220
11,.805,:70O .
423, 950
7, 667, 900 :
2 5 , 1 3 1 000

11, 050, 834
8,711,826
40, 421, 516
39,820,780
15,954,800
751,050
9, 932,100
19, .446,600

13,-298,993
12,359,-654
36,936, GIO
43,968,676
2O,.387.,7.40
-793, 700
7 GS1 400
.11,814,000

1894.
6, 689,190
4,192, 000
9,200, 000
8,720,000
•3,-840, 000
870, 000
=.. :5,, 500,600
13, •300,600

T w o dollars —
F i v e dollars
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
F i f t y -dollars
-.
One h u n d r e d ddllars
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s

- -....
-..

•51,791,190

Total

25, 341137
22,048,000
54,140,000
61,000,600
.26, •640, 000
1,170,6.00.
17,;570.,6OO •
43,100, 000
251,012,137

1895.
One dollar
...
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars ...'.
Ten dollars
T w e n t y dollars
F i f t y •dollars
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s
•.To.tal

C, 281-983 •
4, 836, 000
20,240,600
.16,720,000
1,120, G O
O
5,600
30, 000
1,480,000

31629,120
26,381600
74,380,600
.71,720,000
27,760,000
1,175, 000 •
17, 60O,.OOO
44, 580, 000

... •44,215,983 | -295,-228,120

•50,-.712,6O0

149,139,'720

•

146, 088, 400

1896.
O n e dollaT.

..

TAVO d o l l a r s

F i v e dollars
Ten dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
Ono h u n d r e d d o l l a r s
Ono t h o u s a n d •-dollars
Tcial




-7, 530, 880
6,168,000
17, 820, 000
12, 760, 000
88.0,600

39, •160,000
32,-55:2, 000
92,200,600
84,-.480,aO0
.28,640,600 •
1,175,000
17,-600,000
44,-"580,-.OO0

6, •-964,-279
5,689,496
15,611,655
12, 617, 210
5, •29.8,360
.300, 800
-16.43,200
' 11, 639,600

.. •45,..158, 880

340,-387, 000 |

61, .564,600

;2.7-,-542,.565 •
,22, .761, 670
49, 5-70, .145
41.510,43017,104.609 ;
•
7 2 1 750 •
11711,100
•36,773,600 210, 703, 720

11,617,435
-9,790,:33O
•42, 629,:855
.39,963,-:570
ll,'53o, 940
-450, 259
5, 888, 900
•7,-.807, GOO
129, 683, 280

71

TREASURER.

W®o Sl^o—GOLD C E R T I F I C A T E S O F E A C H D E N O M I N A T I O N ISSUED,. R E D E E M E D , AND
OUTSTANDING A T T H E CLOSE O F E A C H F I S C A L YEAR, EXCLUSIVE O F $33,000,580.46
IN IRREGULAR AMOUNTS I S S U E D AND R E D E E M E D ON ACCOUNT OF T H E G E N E V A
AWARD.
"
I s s u e d duri n g year.

"-Eedeemed
during year.

$156, 360
2, 791, 800
12, 548, 000
82, 000, 0001, 000, 000

$102, 4001, 960, 400m 688, 000'
73. 800, 000'
1,000,000

$102,. 406
1, 960,.400
10, 683,. 000
73:800,000
1,000,000

$53, 960
830, 900
1,-863,000
8, 200-, 000

98, 493, 660

98,493,669

87, 545, 800

87, 545,, 800

10, 947, 880

203, 920
2,738,200
1,453,000
15, 227,000
85, 520, 000
1 OGO, 000

380,280
5,529, 500
1, 453, 000 27, 778, 000
187, 520, 000
5,000,000

133, 620'
2, 813, 700678,50012, 966, 00075, 050, OGO'
4, 000, 000

238, 020
4,274,100
678, 500
23, 649-, 000
148, 850, 000
5, 000, 000

124, 260
1 255 400
774 500
4 194 000
18, 670, 000

109,142,120

207, 635, 780

95,141,820

182,687,620

24, 948, 180

205, 400
2, 204, 000
2,147, 500
11,758,000
61, 625, 000^

565, 680'
7, 733,50O
3, 600,500
39.531,000
229,145,000
5,000,009

202, 620
2,198, 9001, 953, 50011, 521, 00063,170,000

438, 640
6, 473, 000
2,632,000
35,170, 000
212,020,000
5, 000, 000

127, 040
1, 260-, 500
9G8, 500
1361,000
17,125, 000

77,939, 9GG

285,575,680

79, 046, 020

261, 733, 640

23, 842, 040

227, 260
2, 809, 400
2,498,500
12,881,000
62, 290, GOO

792, 940
10,342,900
6, 099, 000
52, 492, 000
291, 435, OCO'
5, 000, 000

225, ICO683, 800
2, 590, 4009, 063, 400
2, 229, 500 • - 4,861,500
12,160, 000• 47,330,000
50,385,000
• 262, 385, 000
5, 000, 000

129,146
1, 279, 500
1 237, 5G0
5,162, 000
29,050,000

80, 586,180

366,161, 840

67, 570, 080

329, 803, 760

30, 858,140

167, 060
1 802, 000
8,501,000
10, 053, 000
36, 255. 000
25,..530; 000

960, 000
11, 644, 900
9, 600, 000
62, 545, 000
327, 690, 000 •
30,530,000

186, 500
1, 587, 2003, 012, 50010, 810. 000
46-, 865, 000
14,. 400, G G
O

850,300
10,650,606
7, 874, 000'
57, 646, 000
809, 250, 000'
19, 400, 000

109; -700
904, 300
1, 728, O O
G
4,905. 000
18, 440, 000
11,180,000

78, 808, 080

442, 969, 900

76, 861, 200

405,661,900

37, 305, OCO

80,000
2,144, 0008, 483, 000 •
16, 650, 000
29, 220, 000

960, 000
11, 724, 900
11, 744, 000
71, 028, 000
844, 840, 00059,750,000

30, 000859. 000^
2, 456, 0009, 758, 000'
29, 870, 000'
29, 310, 000

880,300
11, 009,. OOOlO, 330., OOO
67, 398, 000
339,120, 000
48, 710, 000

79, 700
715, 300
1, 414, 000
3, 630, 000
• 5,220,000
11,040,000

56, 577, 000 •

1868.

Total issued.

$156, 360
2, 791, 30012, 546, O O
G
82, 000, 0001,000,OGO

Denomination.

499, 546, 900

71, 783, 000

477,447,900

22, 099, 000

900, mo3, 041, 500
8,728,006
15, 940, 000
34, 620, 000

960,000
12,621800
14,. 785, 50079, 756, 000
360, 280, 000
94, 370, 000 •

25, 200662,300'
2„ 818, 5007,918,00012,765,000
28,190, 000

905-, 500
11, 671, 906
12, 948,5O0
75-,316„O0O
351, 885, 000
76, 900, 000

54, 500
958, OOO
1, 837, 006
4, 440, O O
G
8, .395, G06
1 7 470, 000

63, 229, 500

562, 770, 400 1

52.179. O O
O

529, 62G, 900

33,149, 500

Total
redeemed.

Outstand- •

;

Twenty dollars
One hundred dollars
One thousand dollars
Five thousand dollars
Ten thousand dollars
Total
1867.
Twenty dollars
One huu dred dollars
Five hundred dollars
One thousand dollars
Five thousand dollars
Ten thousand dollars

...

Total..
1868.
Twenty dollars
One hundred dollars
Five hundred dollars
One thousand dollars
Five thousand dollars
Ten thousand dollars
Total
1869.
T w e n t y dollars.
One h u n d r e d dollars
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
One thousand dollars.
F i v e thousand dollars
Ten thousand dollars

.

Total
1870.
T w e n t y dollars
One h u n d r e d dollars
F i v e hundred dollars
One thousand dollars

-

T e n t h o u s a n d dollars
Total

.
1871.

T w e n t y dollars
One h u n d r e d dollars
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
O n e t h o u s a n d dollars
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
T e n thousand dollars

^
'

Total
1872.
T w e n t y dollars
O n e h u n d r e d dollars
F i v e hundred dollars
One t h o u s a n d dollars
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
Ten thousand.dollars
Total




'

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R E P O R T ON T H E . / F I N A N C E S .

N o . 2 7 , — G O L D C E R T I F I C A T E S O F EACH D E N O M I N A T I O N I S S U E D , R E D E E M E D , AND
OUTSTANDING AT T H E CLOSE O F EACH F I S C A L Y E A R , ETC.—Cbiitiriiied.
I s s u e d during year.

Denomination.

Total issued.

Eedeemed
during year.

Total
redeemed.

Outstanding.

•

1873.
T w e n t v dollars
One h u n d r e d dollars
....
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
One t h o u s a n d dollars . . .
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
..
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars

$1,163,500
8, 449, 000
7,108,000
10, 775, 000
83, 080, 000

$10, 900
902, 600
2, 257, 500
5, 901, 000
11,710,000
24,100, 000

$916, 400
12, 5 7 1 500
15, 208, 000
81, 217, 000
363, 595, 000
101,000,000

55, 570, 500

Total

$960, 000
13, 788, 400
18, 234, 500
86, 859, 000
371,055,000
127,450,000
618, 846, 900

44,882,000-

5 7 1 508, 900

1
3
5,
7,
26,

$43,600
'>13 900
028 500
642, O O
O
460, 000
450, 000

43,'838, 000

-

1874.
1,126, 200
3,184, 000
5, 682, 000
8,155, 000
29, 970, 000

17,000
1, 098, 800
3, 057, .500
6, 607, 000
11, 880, 000
46,470, 000

933,400
13, 678,100
18, 263, 500
87, 824,°000
375, 475, 000
147, 470, OCO

666, 464,100

69,180,100

643,639,000

22,825,100

1, 196, 800
3, 590, 500
8, 878, 000
12, 790, 000
48, 800, 000

960,000
16,111,200
25, 009, 000
101,411000
892, 000, 000
201, 220, 000

21,100
1, 409, 800
4,097,000
8. 836, 000
12, 895, 000
44, 020, 000

954, 500
15, 082, 900
22,360,500
96, 660, 000
388, 370, 000
191, 490, 000

5 500
-1, 028, 800
2, 648, 500
4 754 000
8, 630, 000
9, 730, 000

70, 250,100

736, 714, 200

71,278,900

714, 917, 900

21 796 300

1, 077, 600
2, 805, 500
8, 001, 000
44, 885, 000
33, 850, 000

980,000
17,188, 800
27,814.500
109,415,000
438, 885, 000
235, 070, 000

2, 300
978,700
2, 586, 000
7, 042, 000
35, 085, 000
87,490, 000

956, 800
16, 058, 800
24, 898, 500
104, 30.5, 000
423, 455, 000
228, 980, 000

8 200
1,130, 200
2. 918, 000
5,110, cod
13,430,000
6, 090, 000

90, 819,100

827,833, 300

83,734,000

798, 651, 900

28, 681, 400

1, 273,700
2, 698, 500
6,194, 000
8, 495, 000
89, 480, O O
O

960, 000
18, 462, 500
30, 513, 000
115.609,000
445,380.000
274, 550, 000

1, 200
1, 199; 300
2,598,500
5,211.000
15,930,000
• 20,310,000

958, 000
17, 257, 900
27, 495, 000
109, 516, 000
439, 385, 000
249, 290, 000

2,000
1 204 800
3, 018, 000
6 093 000
5,995,000
25 260 000

. 885,474,500

4.5, 250, 000

843, 901, 900

41,572,600

400
000
000
000
000

960,000
19, 910, 900
32,308,000
120,143, 000
453, 655, 000
308, 840, 000

1,815,000
1,791,000
4, 422, 000
8, 870, 000
81,150,000

958, 000
18, 572, 900
29, 286, 000
113,938,000
448, 255. 000
280, 440, G O
O

2,000
1, 338, 000
3, 022, 000^
6, 205, 000
5, 400, 000
28,400,000

50, 342, 400

Total

980, 000
14, 9 1 1 600
21,418, 500
92, 541, 000
879, 210, 000
157,420,000

48,117,20O

T w e n t y dollars
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s FiA'-e h u n d r e d d o l l a r s
Ono t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
T e n thousand dollars

935, 818, 900

47, 548, 000

891, 449, 900

44, 387, 000

823, 400
536, 000
1,738,000
4, 230, 000
5, 490, 000

960, 000
20, 234, 800
32, 844, 000
121,881,000
457, 885, 000
314, 830, 000

500
982, 200
2, 348, 000
.4, 945,000
7,175, 000
25, 840, ooo;

958, 500
19, 585,100
31,634,000
118,883,000
455, 430, 000
306, 280, 000

1,500
699, 200
1,210,000
2, 998, 000
2, 455, 000
8 050 000

12, 317, 400

948, 134, 300

41,270,700

932,720, 600

15. 413, 700

26 600
1 ^^41' 500
3' 155' 000
4 717 000
3 735 000
9,950 000

1875.
0

T w e n t y dollars
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars.•
One t h o u s a n d dollars
F i v e tliousand dollars
Ten t h o u s a n d dollars
Total
1870.
T w e n t y dollars
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
Ten thousand dollars

l
•

Total
1877.
T w e n t y dollars
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
One t h o u s a n d dollars
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
Ten thousand dollars
Total.

58,141,200
1878.

T w e n t y dollars
Ono h u n d r e d d o l l a r s
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars
Total

1,
1,
4,
8,
84,

448,
795,
534,
275,
290,

1879.
T w e n t y dollars
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s
F i v e thousand dollars
T e n thousand dollars
Total




7B

•TREASURER.

N O v ^ " ^ . — G O L D C E R T I F I C A T E S O F E A C H D E N O M I N A T I O N I S S U E D , R E D E E M E D , AND
OUTSTANDING AT T H E CLOSE O F EACH F I S C A L YEAR, ETC.—Continued.

Denomination.

Issued during year.

' E
ed
T o t a l i s s u e d . d u re d e e me a r .
ing y

Total
redeemed.

Outstanding.

1880.
Twenty dollars.......'.
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s .
F i v e thousand dollars
Ten thousand dollars

$960, 000
20, 2 3 1 300
82; 844, 000
121, 881, 000
457, 885, 000
3 1 1 330, 000

$400
291,200
744, 500
1, 788, 000
1, 385, 000
8, 200, 000

$958,900
19, 826, 300
32, 378, 500
120,671,000
458,815,000
809, 480, 000

$1,100
408, 000
465, 500
1, 210, 000
1 070 000
4, 850, 000

948,131 300

7,409,100

940,129, 700

8, 004, 600

960, 000
20, 2 3 1 300
82, 844, 000
121,881,000
457, 885, G O
G
814,330,000

380
139, 300
207,000.
485, 000
270, 000
1,120,000

959, 280
19, 965, 600
32, 585, 500
.121,156,000
457, 085, 000
310, 600, 000

790
288 700
258, 5C0
• 725, 000
800, 000
8, 730, 000

948,134, 800

2, 221, 680

942, 351, 380

5, 782, 920

960, 000
20, 231 300
32, 844,000
121,881,000
457,885,000
814, 330, 000

44, 800
50,OGO
151, 000
210, 000
290, 000

959, 280
20,010,400
82, 635, 500
121,307,000
457, 295, 000
. 310,890,000

720
223, 900
208,500
574 000
590, 000
8,440,000

948,131 300

745, 800

. 943,097,180

5, 037,120

$9, .360, C O
O
9,200,000
8, 900, 000
8,- 250, 000
13, 000, 000
8, 000, 000
30, OGO, 000

10, 320, 000
9, 200, 000
29,181 300
41,094,000
134,881,000
4G5, 885, 000
344, 830, 000

197, ISO
149, 200
251,100
381, 000
640,GOO
1,160,000
6, 640, 000

1,156,460
149, 200
20, 261, 500
32, 980, .500
121, 947, 000
..458,455,000
317,530,000

9,163, 540
9, 050, 800
8, 872, 800
8,127,500
12 934,000
7, 480, 000
26, 800, 000

86,710, 000

1, 0 3 1 844, 300

9, 368, 480

952, 485, 660

82, 378, 640

5, 520, 000
1, 800, 000
1, 40 J, 000
2,250,000
4, 000, COO
7, 000, 000
20, 000, 000

15, 840, 000
10, 500, 000
30, 534. 300
43, 844, 000
138,881,000
472, 8S5, 000
364, 330, 000

1, 328,180
1,231,800
1,083,000
1,596,000
2,132, 000
3, 435, 000
14,650, 000

' 2,481640
1,381,000
21, 344, 500
34, 502, 500
124, 079, 000
401, 890, 000
882,180, 000

13, 355, 360
9,119, 000
9,189, 800
8,781,500
14, 802, 000
10, 995, 000
82,150, 000

41,470,000

1, 076, 314, 300

25, 455,980

977, 921, 640

98, 892, 660

400, 000
2, 700, 000
1, 800, 000
6, 600, 000
9, 000, 000
7, 500, 000
85,000,000

' 10, 240, 000
13, 200, 000
32, 334, 300
49, 944, 000
147, 881, 000
480, 885, 000
899, 380, 000

1,411,020
1,375,200
1, 388, 800
1,189, 000
1,443,000
3, 995, 000
10, 270, 000

3, 895, 660
2, 756, 200
22, 730, 800
35,751,500
125, 522, 000
485, 885, 000
842, 450, 000

12, '344, 340
10,443, 800
9, 603, 500
14,192,500
22, 359, 000
14, 500, 000
56, 880, 000

63, 000, 000

1,139,314,300

21, 089, 520

908,991,160

140, 323,140

640,000
100, 000
100, 000
200, 000

16, 880, 000
18, 300, 000
32, 434, 300
50,144, G O
O
147, 8 8 1 000
480, 385, 000
399, 330, 000

1, 007, 450
825, 845
690,100
952, 500
3, 863, 000
680, 000
2,170, 000

4, 903,110
3, 582, 045
23, 420, 900
• 86, 704, 000
129,385,000
486, 565, 000
344, 620, 000

11, 976, 890
9, 717, 955
9, 013, 400
18, 440, 000
18, 496, 000
13, 820, 000
54, 710, 000

1, 040, 000

1,140, 354, 300

10,188, 895 1 1. 009.180. 055

131,174, 245

Total
1881.
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s
'
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
Ono t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s
Five thousand dollars....
Teu t h o u s a n d dollars
Total
1882.'
T w e n t y dollars
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s
F i v e h u n d r e d d d l l a r s . .•
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s . . .
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
T e n thousand dollars
Total
1883.
F i f t y dollars
One'hundred dollars
FivQ h u n d r e d d o l l a r s
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s . .
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars
Total
1884.
T w e n t v dollars
......
Fifty dollars
'
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s
Five hundred dollars.. .
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s
F i v e thousand dollars
T e n thousand dollars
Total
1885.
T w e n t y dollars
F i f t v dollars
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars-.;
Ono t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars . T e n t h o u s a n d dollars
Total...
1886.
T w e n t y dollars
F i f t y dollars
O n e h u n d r e d dollars
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
One thousand dollars
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
Ten thousand dollars
Total




74'

R E P O R T ON T H E FINANCES.

Mo« S ^ . — G O L D C E R T I F I C A T E S O F E A C H D E N O M I N A T I O N I S S U E D , R E D E E M E D , AND
OUTSTANDING AT T H E CLOSE OF E A C H F I S C A L Y E A R , ETC.—Continued.

Denomination.

Issued during year.

Total issued.

Kedeemed
during year.

Total
redeemed.

Outstand-

1887.
$16, 880, 000
13, 300, 000
32, 434, 300
50,144, 000
147,881,000
480, 385, 000
399, 330, 000

$1,101828
1,192,600
1,658, 000
1, 409, 000
1,120,000
025,000
2,880, 000

$8,607,938
5, 074, 845
2 1 476, 900
.38,113,000
130. 505, 000
487,190, G O
O
347, 500, 000

872, 062
225, 855
957, 400
031,600
376, 000
195.000
830,000

1,140, 354, 800

9, 687, 428

1, 018, 887, 483

121,486,817

21,040,000
17, 800, 000
40,234,300
54, 844, 000
161, 881, 000
500, 385, 000
429, 330, 000

2,070, 062
2, 480, 205
2,088,400
4, 420, 000
5, 8-75, 000
9, 330, 000
38, 360,'000

8, 078, 000
7, 551 850
26, 565, 800
42, 533, 000
138, 880, 000
476, 520, 000
885,860,600

64, 623, 667

1, 083, 491,150

1,982,898
1,801,800
2, 021, 900
3, 235,500
10, 287, 500
17,020,000
30, 900, 000

10, 060, 898
9, 356, 650
28, 587, 200
45, 768, 500
148, 687, 500
493, 540, 000
416.760,000

10, 979,102
8, 443, 350
11, 647,100
11, 075, 500
21, 213, 500
87, 000, OCO
53, 690, 000

1,150, 740, 748

151 048, 552

11, 966, 526
10, 956, 795
30,121, 000
47, 502, 500
148, 819, 500
507,-490,000
439, 440, OCO

11,953,474
9, 043, 205
12,113,300
11341,500
23, 061, 500
3 1 400, 000
55, 630. 000

49, 050, 000 1, 353, 839, 300

45, 555, 573 1,198, 298, 321

157, 542, 979

4, 240, 000
1, 000, 000
2, 400, 000
2, 260, 000
3, 800, 000
6, 680, 000
43, 700, 000

28,160, 000
21,000.000
44, 634, 300
61, 044, 000
175,181, 000
548, 570, GOO
538,770,000

1,971,700
1, 587, 850
1, 698,500
2,170, 000
5, 811 000
14, 880, 000
41,480,000

13, 038, 226
12,544,145
31,819,500
49, 672, 500
154,133,500
521, 870,-000
480, 926, 000

14, 221, 774
8, 455, 855
12, 814,800
11, 371, 500
21, 047, 500
26, 700, 000
57. 850, 000

63, 520, 000 1, 417, 359, 300

68, 601, 550

1, 264, 897, 871

152, 461, 429

180,600
400, 000
400, 000
1,000,000
7,000,000
18, -725, 000
42,840, 000

2, 260, 800
1, 748, 900
2, 879, 800
2,512,000
7,871, 000
14, 615, 000
85,OOO,000

16,199,026
14, 293, 045
84,199, 300
52,184, 500
162, 0 0 1 500
536, 485, GOO
515, 920, GGO

12,120, 974
7.106, 955
10, 835, 000
9, 859,500
20,178, 500
30, 810, OCO
65,690,000

66, 387, 500

1,381,285,371

T w e n t y dollars
...
F i f t y dollars
Oneliundred dollars...
FiA^e l i u n d r e d d o l l a r s . .
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s . .
F i v e thousand dollars.
Ten thousand dollars..
Total.

T w e n t y dollars
....
F i f t y di)llars
One h u n d r e d doUars —
Five hundred dollars..
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s . .
Five thousand dollars.
Ten thousand dollars..
Total.

$4,180, 000
4, 500, 000
7, 800, 000
4, 700, 000
14, 000, 000
20, 000, 000
30, 000, 000

85,160, 000 1, 225, 514, 800

12, 962, 000
10,245,150
13, 669, 000
12, 311, 000
25,501,000
23, 865, 000
43, 470, 000
142, 023,150

1889.
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
One'hundred dollars...
Fivo hundred dollars..
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s . -.
F i v e thousand dollarsTen thousand dollars..
Total.

2, 000, 000
6, 000, 000
30,155,000
41,120, 000

21,040,000
17, 800, 000
40, 231 300
56, 844, 000
167, 881, 000
530, 540, 000
470, 450, 000

79, 275, 000 1,804,789,300

67, 249, 59:

2, 880, 000
2, 200, 000
2, 000, 000
2, 000, OGO
4, 000, 000
11,350, 000
24, 620, 000

1, 905, 628
1,600,145
1,533,800
1, 734, 000
2,152, OCO
13, 950, OGO
22, 880, 000

1890.
T w e n t y dollars
F i f t y dollars
One hundred dollars...
Five hundred dollars..
One thousand dollars..
Five thousand dollars.
Ten thousand dollars..
Total.

23, 920, 000
20, 000, 000
42, 234, 300
58, 844, 000
171,881,000
541, 890, 000
495, 070, 000

1891.
T w e n t y dollars
F i f t y dollars
One'hundred dollars...
Five hundred dollars..
One thousand dollars..
Five thousand dollars.
Ten thousand dollars..
Total.
1892.
T w e n t y dollars
-Fifty dollars
One'hundred dollars...
Five hundred dollars..
One thousand dollars..
Five thousand dollars.
Ten thousand dollars..

Total.




70, 525, 000

28, 320, OGO
21,400,000
45, 034, 300
62, 044, 000
182,181, 000
567, 295, 000
581, 610, 000
1, 487, 884, 300

158,598,929

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TREASURER.

.iF¥.®o S!fo—GOLD C E R T I F I C A T E S O F E A C H DENOIVIINATION ISSUED.. R E D E E M E D , AND
OUTSTANDING AT T H E CLOSE O F EACH F I S C A L Y E A R , ETC..—^Continued..
I s s u e d during year.

Denomin ation.

Total
redeemed.

' R
ed
T o t a l i s s u e d . d u i eid e e me a r .
' ng y

Outstanding.

1893.
T w e n t y dollars—...'•>.. .
.Fifty dollars . .
•One b u n d r e d dollars... F i v e h u n d r e d dollars....
•Gno t h o u s a n d dollars...
F i v e thousand dollars.
.Ten t h o u s a n d dollars....

$20,000
.50, 000

'4,'669,'666'
•8, 340, 000

Total.

13, 070, 000

$28,320,600
•21, 400,600
45, 054, 800
62, 094, COO
182,-181, 000
571, 955, 000
589,-950, OCO
1,5OO,951300

$2, 843,340
.1,,982, 600
3,, 456, 300
1027,500
7,893,000
17,500, 000
39,120,000

$19,042,366
16,275,645
87,-655, 600
56,212.600
169,897, 500
553,985,000
555,040,000

$9,277,634
5,124, 355
7,398,700
:5, 882, 000
12, .283, 500
17,970,000
31910, OCO

70, 822, 740

1,408,108,111

92, 846,189

1894.
IT w e n t y d o l l a r s
F i f t y dollars
.
<One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
•One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s
F i v e thousand dollars
•.Ten t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s

100,090

Total..

100,000

28,320,600
•21, 40O.,-0O0
45,654,.300
62, 094, 000
182,181 000
572,055,600
589,950,000
1,501,054,800

20, 855,406
17, 281, 995
39, 382, 000
57,5-17, 500
1-73,819,500
559, 870. 000
566, 410, 000

7, 464, 594
4,118, 005
.5,672,300
4, 548, 500
8, 861, 500
12,185, 000
23,540,000

26, .558, 290 1, 4 3 1 686, 401

66, 387, 899

1^3,040
1,008,350
1,726,400
1,335, 500
3,422,600
.5, 885, GOO
11,370,000

1895.

50, 000
50, 000

28,'320, 000
2.1, 400, 000
45,074,300
•62,091000
182,181,600
572,105, 000
590, 000, 000

1,285,640
480. 600
688, 200
.802,500
•981, 000
1 810, OOO
9, 530, 000

22,121, 046
17, 742, 595
40, 070. 200
57, 850;000
174,800,500
564, 680, GOO
575,940,600

6,198,.954
3,657,405
5,001100
4,244, 000
7, 880, 500
7, 425. 000
14, 060; 000

120, 000

1-501,1-74,300

18,637,940

1, 452, 704, 341

.48,409,959

15,000
,•840,000

28,320,600
21,400,000
45,074,300
62,094,000
182,181,000
.572, .120, 000
594,840,000

893, 220
559, 650
•700,400
446, 500
1, 487, 000
1, 420,000
4,910,600

23, 014,266
5, 305, 734
18,302,245
8, 097, 755
40,860,600
4,213,700
58, 298, 500
8, 797, 500
175, 787,.500 1
1 G, 393. 500
568,100, 000
6, 020, 000
13,.990, 000
580, 850, 000

4, .855,600

1,506,629,300

10, ^OO, 770

1,463,211,111 I 42,818,189

' T w e n t y dollars
:Fifty d o l l a r s
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s —
.Five h u n d r e d dollars
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s
FiA^^e t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s
Ten t h o u s a n d dollars

20,000

Total.
1896.
' T w e n t y dollars
............
F i f t y dollars
-One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s
F i v o h u n d r e d dollars
One t h o u s a n d dollars
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
"Ten t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s
Total..

MOe

. 2 § o - -SiLVER C E R T I F I C A T E S OF E A C H D E N O M I N A T I O N I S S U E D , REDEE.MED,
A N D O U T S T A J ^ ^ D I N G A T T H E CLOSE O F ISAGH F i S C A L Y E A R .

Denomination.
1878.
T e n dollars
•^^Twentv d o l l a r s
F i f t y •dollars
One h u n d r e d dollars
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
'One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s

! I s s u e d dur- T o t a l i s s u e d .
ing year. ,

Redeemed
during year.

Total redeemed."

Outstanding,

$123, 220
10,240
13,250
179,700
. 208,000
1,250,000-

$123, 220. 00
16, 240. 00
13, 250. 00
179, 700. 00
288,600.00
1,258,600. 00

1,-850, 410;

^.

Total....

$123,220
16,240 •
13, .250
•179, 700
288, 000
1,250,000;

1,:850,416

1, 850, 410. 00

43,
85,
131,
301,
2, 000,
6, 587,

16-7, 0 0 0 '
96,600
14.5,000.
481, 000
2, 268, 000
7, 843, 000

,1879.
T e n dollars
Tw;enty d d l l a r s
Fifty dollars
One h u n d r e d dollars
F i v e hundred dollars
One t h o u s a n d dollars

.,
•
'

Total




780 "
.
780
750
300
000
000

9,149, 590

11,000,000

$3,170.00;
:580.6O
1, 768, 000. 00
6, 683, 000. 00

1, 768. 000. 00
6, 883, 000. 00

163,830.00
95, 420. 00
145, 000. 00
475,700.00
500, 000. 00
1,160, 000. 00

8, 460, 050. 00

8, 480, 050. 00

2 589 850 00

5,"3o6.'o6'

.$3,170.00 '
580.00 ,

5," mob'

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Mo.

R E P O R T . ON J H E FINANCES.
S § , — S I L V E R CERTIFICATES OF EACH DENOMINATION ISSUED, REDEEMED,
AND OUTSTANDING AT T H E CLOSE O F E A C H F I S C A L Y E A R — C o n t i n u e d .

Denomination.

Issued durTotalissued.
ing year.

.

Eedeemed
during year.

Total
redeemed.

Outstanding.

1880.
$2, 007, 000
1, 890, 000
1,195, 000
1, 449, 000
• 750,000
2, 727, 000

21, 018, 000

183, 680. 00

8, 643, 730. 00

12, 3 7 1 270.00

20,874,000
18, 546, 000
3, 650, 000
4,340,000
3, 650,000
10, 870, 000

480, 810. 00
372, 780. 00
157,350.00
285, 300. 00
215, 000. 00
609, 000. 00

506, 970. 00
383, 900. 00
168,400.00
310. 700. 00
2, 003, 500. 00
7, 390, 000. 00

20, 367, 030. 00
18,162,100. 00
3, 481, 600. 00
4, 029, 300. 00
1, 646, 500. 00
3, 480, 000. 00

61, 930, 000

2, 119, 740. 00

10, 763, 475". 00

51,166, 530. 00

12,240,000
9, 040, 000
400, 000
800,000
700, 000
1,120,000

83, 111 000
27, 588, 000
4, 050, 000
5,140, 000
4, 350, 000
11,990,000

3, 361, 810. 00
2, 241, 860. 00
598,050.00
808, 600. 00
612,000.00
1, 748, 000. 00

8, 868, 280. 00
2, 625, 760. 00
766, 450. 00
1,119, 300. 00
2,615,500.00
9,138, 000. 00

88, 230, 000

9, 369, 820; 00

20,138,290.00

66, 098, 710. 00

11, 880, 000
13, 360, 000
1, 600. 000
2, 400, 000
1, 800, 000
4, 000, 000

44, 994, 000
40, 948, 000
5, 650, 000
7, 540, 000
6,150,000
15, 990, 000

4, 237, 828. 00
3.187, 456. 00
880, 615. 00
1,173, 480. 00
1, 008, 500. 00
2, 048, 000. 00

8,106,108. 00
5, 793, 218. 00
1, 653, 085. 00
2, 292, 780. 00
8, 824, 000. 00
1 1 , 1 8 1 000. 00

36, 887, 892. 00
35,152, 7 8 1 00
8, 998, 935. G
O
5, 247, 220. 00
2, 520, 000. 00
4, 806, 000. 00

35, 040, 000

121, 270, 000

12,519,879.00

32, 653,169. 00

88, 616, 831 00

19, 000, 000
20, 080, 000
3, 200, 000
1 000, 000
2, 500, 000
3,500,000

63, 9 9 1 000
61, 026, 000
8, 850, 000
11, 540, 000
8, 850, 000
19, 490, 000

8, 897,180. 00
7,388,260,00
903,3O0>0O
1,107,900.00
648, 500. 00
1,580,000.00

16,503,288.00
13,161,476. 00
2,556,365.00
8, 400, 680. 00
4, 272, 500. 00
12, 764, 000. 00

47, 490, 712. 00
47, 864, 524. 00
6, 293, 635. 00
8,139, 320. 00
1 877, 500. 00
6, 726, 000. 00

52, 280, 000

173, 550, 000

20, 005,140. 00

52, 658, 309. 00

U , 040, 000
12,160, 000
2, .200, 000
2, 600, 000
5, 000, 000
4, 000, 000

78, 034, 000
73,186, 000
11,050,000
11140, G O
O
13, 650, 000
23, 490, 000

9, 783, 585. 00
8, 013, 560. 00
839, 600.00
860, 800. 00
467, 500. 00
1, 025, 000. 00

26, 286, 873. 00
21,175, 036. 00
8,895,965.00
1 281, 480. G
O
4. 740, 000. G
O
13,789,000.00

51 747 127 00
52, 010, 9 8 1 00
7, 654, 035. 00
9, 878, 520. 00
8,910,000.00
9, 701, 000. 00

40, 000, 000

Total

$2,147, 840. 00
• 1,971880.60
1, 328, 950. 00
1,901600.00
1, 229, 500. 00
3, 789, 000. 00

21,300, 000

1881.
Ten dollars . •
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s
Five h u n d r e d dollars
One t h o u s a n d dollars

$26, 660. 00
11,120. 00
11,050.00
25, 400. 00
1,788.500.00
6, 781, 000. 00

40, 912, 000

Total

$23,490. 00
10, 540: 00
11, 050. 00
20,100. 00
20,500.00
98, 000. 00

18, 700, 000
16,560,000
2, 310, 000
2,410,000
632, 000
300,000

Fifty dollars
One'hundred dollars
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
O n e t h o u s a n d dollars

$2, 174, 000
1, 986, 000
1, 340, 000
1,930, 000
3, 018, 000
10, 570, 000

10, 018, 000

Ten dollars

213,550,000

20, 990, 045. 00

73, 648, 3 5 1 00

139, 901, 646. 00

3, 800, 000
800,000

81,834,000
73, 986, 000
11, 050, 000
14,140, 000
13, 650, 000
23, 490, 000

5,277,740.00
7, 853, 836. 00
269,195. 00
287, 700. 00
7, 075, 000. 00
7, 781, 000. 00

31, 584, 613.00
29, 028, 372. 00
8, 665,180. 00
4, 529,180. 00
11,815,000.00
21, 570, 000. 00

50, 269, 887. 00
44, 957, 628. 00
7, 384, 840. 00
9, 610, 820. 00
1,835,000.00
1, 920, 000. 00

218,150, 000

28, 523, 971. 00

102,172, 325. 00

115, 977, 675. 00

1882.
Ten dollars
T w e n t v dollars .
Fifty dollars
One'hundred dollars
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
One thousand dollars

•.

Total

29, 245, 720. 00
24, 960, 240. 00
3,283 550 00
4, 020, 700. 00
1,781500.00
2, 852, 000. 00

1883.
Ten dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s
F i v e hundred dollars
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s

...

Total
1884.
T e n doUars
T wenty dollars
F i f t y dollars
One'hundred dollars
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
One t h o u s a n d dollars

• .

Total

120,891,89100

1885.
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars . . . . :
On^e h u n d r e d d o l l a r s . . .•
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
Ono t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s
Total
1886.
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars.
Fifty dollars . .
One'hundred dollars
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s
Total




•

4, 600, 000

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TREASURER.
No.

2 § . — S I L V E R CERTIFICATES OF EACH DENOMINATION ISSUED, REDEEMED,
AND OUTSTANDING AT T H E CLOSE OF E A C H F I S C A L Y E A R — C o n t i n u e d .
I s s u e d dur- T o t a l i s s u e d .
ing year.

Denomination.
1887.
One dollar
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
Ten dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars

a

Redeemed
d u r i n g year.

Total
redeemed.

Outstanding.

. . . $14,156, 000
8, 976, 000
7, 760, 000
10, 440, 000
9, 520, 000
......
1, 000, 000

$14,158, 000
8, 976, 000
7, 760, 000
92, 274, 000
83, 508, 000
12, 050, 000
14,140, 000
13, 650, 000
28, 490, 000

$176, 503. 90
70, 003. 00
81, 758. 50
6, 508, 517. 00
3,848,612.00
3,188, 740. 00
5, 897, 390. 00
1,166, 000. 00
1, 399, 000. 00

.$176, 503. 90
70, 003. 60
31, 758. 50
38, 073,130. 00
32, 878, 984. 00
8, 853, 900. 00
10, 426, 570. 00
12,981,000.00
22,989,000.00

$13,979,496.10
8, 905 996. 40
7, 728, 2 4 1 50
54 200 870 G
O
50, 629, 016. 00
5, 198,100. 00
3,713 480 00
669 000.00
521,000.00

51,852,000

270, 002, 000

22, 286, 525. 00

124,458,850.00

145, 543,150. 00

14,172, 000
10,421000
44, 700, 000
38, 520, 000
80, 000

28,828,000
19, 400, 000
52,480,000
128, 794, 000
83, 586, 000
12, 050, 000
14,140, 000
13, 650, 000
23, 490,000

1, 419, 892.10
782, 758. 40
818, 8 8 1 50
10, 255, 860. 00
6, 868, 856. 00
804, 500. 00
660,180. 00
188, 500. 00
199, 000. 00

105, 896, 000

875, 898, 000

21, 947, 378. 00

F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s
Total
1888.
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s
Total...

1,596,396.00
802, 762. 00
850,140. 00
48, 328, 490. 00
39, 745, 840. G
O
7, 658, 400. 00
11, 086, 700. 00
13,169, 500. 00
23,168, 000. 00

26 731 604 00
18 597 288 00
51, 609, 880. 00
80, 465, 510. 00
48, 840,160. 00
4, 391, 600. 00
3,053,300.00
480, 500. 00
822 000 00

146, 406, 228. O 229,491,772.00
O

1889.
One dollar
.........
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars '
T e n do l a r s
T w e n t y dollars
F i i t y dollars
One h u n d r e d dollars
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s
Total

8,
5,
38,
20,

772, 000
800, 000
540, 000
480, 000
160, 000

37,100,000
7, 595, 682. 20
25, 200, 000
4,159, 572. 80
91,000,000
4, 570,126. 00
149, 274. 000 13, 508, 887. 00
83, 746, 000
8, 890, 544. 00
12, 050, 000
932, 790. 00
14,140,000
727, 480. 00
13,650,000
131600.00
23,490, 000.
95, 000. 00

9,192, 028. 20
4, 962, 334. 80
5, 420. 260. 00
61, 837, 877. 00
48, 638, 3 8 1 00
8,591,190.00
11, 814,180. 00
13, 803, 500. 00
23, 263, 000. 00

27 907 071 80
20, 237, 685. 20
85, 579, 740. G
O
87, 438, 623. 00
35 109 618.00
'3,-458, 810.00
2, 325, 826.CO
" 346, 500. 00
227, 000. 00

187,020,25100

282, 629, 748. 00

73, 752, 000

449, 650, 000

40, 614, 026. 00

14,700,000
9, 280, 000
28,100, 000
39, 000, 000

51, 800, 000
34, 480, 000
119,100,000
188, 2 7 1 000
83, 746, 000
1.2, 850, 000
18,740,000
. 13,050,000
23, 490, 000

11,473,489.70
6, 959, 904. 80
11,552,583.50
14, 965, 607. 00
8, 828, 780. 00
1, 003, 950. 00
636,700.00
93, 000. 00
56, 000. 00

9 1 480, 000

544,130, 000

55, 569, 995. 00

212, 590, 249. OO. 801, 539,-751. 00

9, 320, 000
4, 541 000
29, 540, 000
18, 880, 000
10,320,COO
3, 400, 000
3, 000, 000
2, 700, 000
3, 200, 000

61,120,000
39, 024, 000
148, 640, 000
207,154, 000
94, 068, 000
16, 250, 000
19, 740, 000
16, 350, 000
28, 890, 000

11,389,27100
7, 868, 255. 00
21, 597, 432. 00
19, 766, 485. 00
8,199, 620. 00
792,100. 00
885, 400. 00
497, 000. 00
738, 000. 00

32, 054, 791. 90
29, 065, 208.10
19, 790, 4 9 1 60
19 233 505. 40
88, 570, 275. 50 110, 069, 724. 50
96, 569, 469. 00 110, 584, 5 3 1 00
65, 664, 764. 00
28, 401, 238. 00
10, 387, 240. 00
5 802 780 00
13, 336, 280. 00
6, 403, 720. 00
13,893,500.00
2, 456, 500. 00
24, 052, 000. G
O
2, 638, 000. 00

84, 904, 000

629,034,000

71, 728, 566. 00

1890.
One dollar.
T w o dollars
F i v o dollars
T e n dollars
;
T w e n t y dollars
Fiftv dollars
Oueliundred dollars
Five hundred dollars.......
One t h o u s a n d dollars.
Total

800, 000
2, 600, 000

20, 665, 517. 90 .
11, 922, 239. 60
18,972,843.50
76, 802, 9 8 1 00
57, 465,144. 00
9, 595,140. 00
12, 450, 880: 00^
13,396,500.00
23, 319, 000.00

31,134, 482.10
22, 557. 760.40
102,127,156.50
111, 471, 016. 00
• 26, 280, 856. GO
3, 254, 860. 00
4,289.120.00
253, 500. 00
171 000.00

1891.
On© dollar
««ii«•..
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e n dollars
....
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s
Total

T




314, 318, 815. 00

314 715 185. 00

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R E P O R T ON T H E FINANCES.
2;§.—SILVER CERTIFICATES OF EACH DENOMINATION I S S U E D , R E D E E M E D ,
AND OUTSTANDING AT T H E CLOSE OF E A C H F I S C A L YEAR—Contmiiecl.

1892.
O n e dollar.
T w o dollars
,
F i v e dollars
Ten dollars
T w e n t y doUars
Fifty dollars
Ono h u n d r e d d o l l a r s . .
F i v e hundred dollars.
•One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s .

Total

Total
redeemed.

Outstanding.

$78, 992, 000 $14,625,433.00
46, 448, 000
9,527,668.00
172, 300, GOO 31, 298, 010. 00
282, 311 000 25,153, 780. GO
117,106,000
7,378,440.60
23,150, 000
1,046,950.00
30. .440, 000
1,306,100.00
16, 350, 000
1,275,:5OO.00
26,790,000
1,345, 000. 00

$46,680, •22190
29, •818, 162.60
69,868, 285. 50
121, •723, 249.00
73, 043, 204.00
11,484, 190.00
14,642, 380. 00
15,169, 600. 00
25, 397, 600.60

$27,311, 775.10
17,129, 837.40
102, 431, 714.56
110, 590, 751.60
41682, 796.60
11,715, 810. 00
15,797, 820.00
1,181, OOQ. 601, 393, 000.00

109, 856, 000

Denomination.

738,890,000

92, 956, 8 8 1 00

407, 275, 696. 00

331, 614, 3 0 1 00

10,696, 000
7,696,000
27,600, 000
27,280,000
22,'800, 000
5, •700,000
8,600,000
100,000
100, 000

•84, 688, 000
54,144, 000
199,800,000
259, 594, OOO
189, 906, 000
. 28, 856, 000
39,040,000
18, 450, 000
28, 890, 000

15,152, 942.00
8,803, 138.00
35,429, 910. 00
30,657, 010. 00
10, 539, 600.60
3, 221 800:60
5, 634, 400.00
522, 000.00
665, 000.00

61,833, 188.90
88,121, 300.60
105, 298, 195.50
152, 380, 2o9. 00
83.582, 804. 00
14; 658, 990. 00
20, 276, 780.00
15,691, 000. G
O
28, 002, 000.60

2 2 , 8 5 1 •833.10
16,022, 699. 40
94, OOl, 8 0 1 50
107, 213, 741.00
56,323. 196.00
14,191, 010.60
18, 763, 220. 00
759, 000. 00
828, 000.00

848, 862, 000 110', 028, 800. 00

517, 904, 496. 00

330, 957, 5 0 1 00

75,234, 770.90
97,516, OGO .13, 401,601 00
46, 817, 626.60
8, 698,326. 00
62,1.84, 000
231, 840,600 .38, 889, 920. CO 141188, 115.50
2 9 1 354, 000 87,382,030.60 189, 742, .289.00
•33, 620. 00 100, 016, 421. 00
168, 866,000
054, 500. 00 18, 813, 490. 00
81470,000
107,600.00
25,383, 780. 00
49,610,000
276, 000. 00 15,967, 000. 00
16,450, 000
306,000.00
26, 368, 000. 00
20,890, 000

•22, 281, 229.10
15, 368, 373.40
87, 651, 8 8 1 50
104,611, 711.60
68, 849, 576. 00
O
13,156, 510. G
24, 226, 220.00
483, 000.00
522, GOO. GO

979,180,600 124,127,000. 00

642,031,496.00

387,148,501 00

89,180, 293. 90
13, 895, 523. 00
9,003,322.00
55, 820, 948. 80
36, 069,17-3. 00 180, 257, 290.-50
84,228,110.00 228, 970, 899. 00
20, 8-14. 720.60 120, 861, 144. 00
3,574,250.00
21,887, 740. 90
5,511,900.00
30. 895, 680.60
140, 000. 00
16; 107, 000.00
157, 000. 00
26, 525, 000. 00

27, 241, "708.10
16, 887, 0 5 1 4 0
'88,262, 709.50
98, 423, 8 0 1 0 0
67,124, 856.60
10, 902, .260. 00
19,564, 320.60
343, 000.00
365, 000. 00

765, 455, 496. 00

328, 894, 5 0 1 00

I s s u e d dur- Total issued.
ing year.

$12, 872, 000
7,421000
23, 860, 000
25,160, 000
23,640,000
6,900,000
10, 700, 000

io6,'.6oo"

Eedeemed
during year.

1893.
O n e dollar
Two doUars.
F i v e doUars
Ten dollars
T w e n t v dollars
Fifty dollars
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s . .
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars..
O n e t h o u s a n d dollars™
Total.

169, 972, 000
1891

One d o l l a r .
Two dollars
F i v e dollars
Ten dollars
Twenty dollars....
Fifty dollars
.
Ono'hundred dollars..
Five liundred dollars.
Ono t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s .

Total.
1895.
Ono dollar
Two dollars
Fivo dollars
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
F i f t y dollars
O.no'hundred d o l l a r s . .
Fivo hundred dollars.
One t h o u s a n d doUars.

12, 828; 000
8,040,600
82, 540, GOO
34,780,000
28, 980, 000
2, 620, 000
10, 570, 000

130,318,600

18, •856,000
10,301000
36, 680, 060
28,040,000
19,120,600
1,320,000
850,000

Total
1896.
Ono d o l l a r . . .
T wo d o l l a r s
,
F i v e doUars
Ten dollars
,
T w e n t y dollars
F i f t y doUars
One'hundred doUars..
F i v e hundred dollars.
One t h o u s a n d d o U a r s .
Total




116, 372, 000
72,488,000
268,520,600
322, 894, 000
187,980,800
32,790,000
50, 460, OOO
18, 450, 000
26,890,000

1, 094,350,000' 123, 424, 000. CO

248,000
880,000
880, 000
320, 000
640, 000
560, 000
480,600

135, 620,000
81, 868, 000
314, 400, 000
367, 714, 000
206, 626, GOO
38,350,600
60, 940, 000
IG, 450, COO
.26, 890, 000

17, 049, 336. 00
9,758, 8 4 1 0 0
40,167., 740.00
37, 715, 329.00
23. 505, 380.00
4, 347, 600. 00
7, 514, 300. 00
102, 500.00
122, 000. 00

106,179. 629. 90 29,440. 370.10
65,579, 792. 60 15,788, 207. 40
220, 425,630. 50 93,974, 989. 50
•261, 685,719. 00 106, 028,281.60
144,366, 50^-. 00 62, 259,496.00
12,114,660.60
26,235, 340.60
22,5-30, 020. 00
38,409, 980.00
240, 500. 00
16, 209,500.00
-243,600. 00
26, 647,000. GO

154,008,000 1, 248, 858, 000140, 283, 000. 00 905, 788,496.00 842, 019, 504. 00

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.TREASURER..

M o . 2 9 » — C U R R E N C Y C E R T I F I C A T E S , ACT OF J U N E 8, 1872, OF EACH DENO?.IINATION
I S S U E D , R E D E E M E D , AND OUTSTANDING AT T H E CLOSE OF E A C H F I S C A L Y E A R .
I s s u e d dur- Total issued. Redeemed
ing year;
during year.

Denomination.

Total
redeemed.

Outstanding.

1873.
$11,790,000
. 45,450,000

$11,790, 000
45, 450, 000

$3, 810, 000
22,120, 000

$3,310,000
22,120,600

$8,480,000
23,330, 000

57, 240, 000

57, 240, 000

25, 430, 000

25,430,000

31,-810,000

7, 895, 000
72, 770, 000

19,685,000
118, 220, 000

8,855,000
44,630, 000

12,165, 000
66, 750,600

7,'520, 000
51, 470,600

80,665, 000

137, 905,1)00

53, 485, 000

78, 915, 000

58, 990, 000

4, 525, 000
76, 570, 000

24, 210, 000
1 9 1 790, 000

7, 550, 000
•73, 490, 000

19, 715, 000
140, 240, 000

81, 095, COO

219, 000, 000

81, 040, G O
O

159,955,000

59, 045, 000

28, 760, 000
53,640,000

52, 970, COO
248, 430, 000

19,595, 000
88, 710, 000

39,310,000
228,950,000

13, 660, 000
19, 480, COO

82, 400, C O
O

301,400,000

108, 805, 000

208, 260, 000

33,140, 000

7,135, 000
69,750,000

60,105, COO
318,180, 000

11,625,000
44, 420, 000

50, 935,000
273,370,000

9,170, 000
44,^810, 000

76,885,600

378, 285, OPO

56, 045, 000

324,305,600

53, 980, 000

7, 300, 000
79,380,000

67,405, 000
397, 560, O O
G

11, 055, 000
83, 360, 000

61, 990, 000
358, 730, 000

5, 415, 000
40,830,000

86, 680, 000

461965,000 1

94,415,000

418, 720, 000

46, 245, G O
G

7, 435, 000
•82,830,000

74,840,000
479, 890, 000

9, 500, 000
71,490,600
97,180, 000 - 453,610,600

3, 350, 000
25,980,000

89, 785, 000

551780,000

106, 680, 000

525,400, 000

29, 330, O O
G

4, 015, 000
43,040,000

78,855,000
522, 980, 000

5, 240, 000
56,870,600

76, 730, 000
510, 780, 000

2,125,000
12,150,600

47, 055, 000

601, 785, 000

62,110,000

587, 510, 000

14, 275, 000

.

2, 215, 000
15, 350,000

81,070,OCO
538, 280, O O
G

2, 875,.OO0
17, 350,600

79, 605, 000
528,130,000

1, 465, 000
10,150,000

.

17, 565, 000

619,350,000

20,225,000

007,735, 000

11,615,000

2,950,000
13, 960, 000

84, 020, 000
552, 240, 000

1,875,600
13, 290,600

81,480,000
541,420,000

2, 5^i0, 000
10,820,000

16, 910, 000

636, 260, 000

15,165, 000

622, 900, 000

13, 8G0, G G
O

3, 470,000
16, 560, 000

87,490,000
568, 800, 000

3,520,000
10, 690, 000

85,000,600
•558,110,000

2,490,000
10,690, 000

20, 030, 000

656, 200, G O
O

20, 210, 000

643,110,000

18,180, 000

F i v o l h o u s a n d dollars
T e n t h o u s a n d doUars
Total...

r
18'74.

Five thousand d d l l a r s . . . . . . .
T e n thousand dollars....'.

-.

Total...
1875.
F i v e thousand dollars
Ten thousand dollars
Total

.

4,495,000
51550,000

1878.
F i v e thousand dollars
T e n thousand dollars
Total
1877.
Fivo thousand dollars
T e n thousanfil doUars
Total
1878.
F i v o t h o u s a n d ddllars
Ten thousand dollars.
Total
1879.
F i v o thousand dollars
Ten thousand dollars

-......

Total..

1880.

F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
Ton t h o u s a n d dollars
Total
1881

•

F i v e thousand dollars
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars
Total...

...-•

.

1882.
F i v o t h o u s a n d dollars
T e n t h o u s a n d doUars
Total...
1883.
.Five t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s .
Ten t h o u s a n d dollars
Total...




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R E P O R T ON T H E ^FINANCES.

~Mp. 2 9 , — C U R R E N C Y CERTIFICATES, A C T O F J U N E 8,1872, OF EACH DENOMINATION
ISSUED, R E D E E M E D , AND OUTSTANDING, ETC.—Continued.
I s s u e d dur-. T o t a l i s s u e d . . E e d e e m e d
ing year.
during year.

Denomination.

Total
.
redeemed.

Outstanding.

• $4,520, 000
28, 300, 000

$89, 520, 000
581, 410, 000

$2, 270, 000
9, 980, 000

1881
Fivo thousand dollars
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars

$4, 300, 000 • $91,790,000
22, 570, 000
591,370,000
26 870 000

883 160 nnc

27,820,000

670, 930, 000

12 2.30 000

• 5,785,000
50, 770, 000

97, 575, 000
642,140,000

'" 4,890,000
35,110, 000

93, 910, 000
616, 520, 000

3, 665, 000
25, 620, 000

58, 555, O O
D

739,715, 000

89, 500, 000

710, 430, 000

29, 285, 000

1630,000
43,020,000

102,205,000
885,160, 000

6, 085, 000
52, 740, COO

99, 995, 000
669, 280, 000

2, 210,000
15, 900, 000

47, 650, OCO

787, 365, 000

58, 825, 000

789, 255, 000

18,110, O O
O

28, 400, 000

102,205,000
713, 580, COO

1, 740, 000
35, 750, 000

101, 735, 000
705,010,000

470, 000
8, 550, 000

28, 400, 000

815, 765, 000

87,490, 000

808, 745, 000

9, 020, 000

230, 000
30,170, 000

102, 435, 000
748, 730, 000

65, 000
24, 490, 000

101,800,000
729, 500, 000

635,000
14, 230, 000

30, 400,J)00

846,165, 000

24, 555, 000

831,300,000

14 865 000

32, 650, 000

102, 435, 000
776, 380, 000

90, 000
30,230,000

101,890,000
759, 780, 000

545, 000
18, 650, 000

32, 650, 000

878, 815, 000

30, 820, 000

881, 620, 000

17,195, COO

23,480,000

102, 435, 000
799, 860, 000

95,00028,190, 000

101, 985, 000
787, 920, 000

450 000
11,940,000

23,480, 000

902,^295,000

28, 285, 000

889,905,000

12,390,000

39, 440, 000

102, 435, 000
839, 300, 000

150, 000
27, 900, 000

102,135, 000
815,820,000

300, 000
23, 480, 000

89,440, 000

Total

941, 735, 000

28, 050, 000

917,955,000

23, 780, 000

70,800,000

102, 435, 000
910,100, 000

10, 000
64,150, 000

102,145, 000
879, 970, 000

290 000
80,130,000

70, 800, 000 1, 012, 535, 000

64,160, 000

982,115, 000

30, 420, 000

5, 000
42, 630, 000

50, 000
60, 600, 000

102,195, 000
940, 570, 000

245, 000
12,160, 000

80, 850, 000 1, 042, 785, 000

12, 405, 000

102, 630, 000
190.000
78,400; 000 1,081,180,000

40, 000
30, 920, 000

102,235, 000
971, 490, 000

395, 000
59, 640, 000

78, 590,000 1,133,780,000

80,960,000 1, 078, 725,000

60, 035, 000

1885.
Teu t h o u s a n d dollars
Total
1886.
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars

.......

Total .

... .
1887.

F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars
Total
1883.
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
Ten thousand dollars
Total
1889.
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
Ten t h o u s a n d dollars . . . .
Total
1890.
F i v e t h o u s a n d doUars
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars
Total
1891
F i v o t h o u s a n d dollars
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars
Total
1892,
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars . .
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars
Total . . . .
1893.
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
Ten thousanddollars
Total

102, 440, 000
952,730,000

• 42, 635, 000 1, 055,170, 000
1891

Five thousand dollars:
T e n thousand dollars
Total




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M o . 2 9 . — C U R R E N C Y C E R T I F I C A T E S , A C T O F J U N E 8,1872,.OF EACH D E N O M I N A T I O N
I S S U E D , R E D E E M E D , AND OUTSTANDING, ETC.—Continued..
Denomination.

I s s u e d during year.

T o t a l i s s u e d . d Rreid ege m e d r .
a n yea

Total
redeemed.

Outst.anding.

1895.
$120,000 $102,355,000
71, 700, 000 1, 043,190, 000

$295, COO
55 500,OCO

71, 820, 000 1,145, 545, 000

55, 795,000

1, 840, 000
104, 490, 000
70, 970, 000 1,169, 660, OCO

104, 290, 000
1, 935, 000
94, 460, 000 1,137, 850, 000

200, 000
32 010 000

72, 810, 000 1, 274,1.50, 000

Total

$20,000 $102, 650, 000
67, 560, 000 1, 098, 690, 000
67, 580, 000 1, 201, 340, OCO

r i v f t IliOTisard doll<irs
T e n tlioTiaand dollcirs

96,395, 000 1, 241, 940, 000

82, 210, 000

1896.
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars
Total

M o . S O . — A M O U N T OF U N I T E D STATES N O T E S , T R E A S U R Y N O T E S , AND GOLD,. S I L V E R , AND C U R R E N C Y C E R T I F I C A T E S OF E A C H DENOMINATION I S S U E D , R E D E E M E D ,
AND OUTSTANDING AT T H E CLOSE O F E A C H F I S C A L YEAR FROM 1866.

Denomination.

Issued dur- T o t a l i s s u e d .
ing year.

Redeemed
during year.

Total
redeemed.

Outstanding.

1866.
One dollar
Two dollars
F i v e dollars
Ten dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty doUars
Ono h u n d r e d d o l l a r s . . .
Five hundred dollars..
One I h o u s a n d d o l l a r s . .
Fivo thousand dollars.
Ten thousand dollars..

$714,000
664,000
156, 360
2,791,300
11, 900, 000
3 1 546, 000
82, 000, 000
1,000,000

$18, 846, 000 $1, 286,495.15
20, 560, 000 1,421, 898. 50
588, 593.50
98, 663, 820
473, 548.00
110, 005, 040
87, 076, 040 1,071, 982. 00
408, 892. 50
30, 055, 200
2, 513,075. 00
87,185, 300
44,914,000
387, 425. 00
83, 950, 000 11, 355,800. 00
82, 000, 000 73, 800,000. 00
1, 000, 000 1,000, 000. 00

$1, 637,240. 90 $17, 208,759.10
1, 750,164.75 118, 809,835. 25
1, 217,894. 50
95, 445,925. 50
• .987,184.50
09, 017,855. 50
1,891, 747.GO
85.184, 293. 00
732, 462. 50
29, 322,737.50
3, 028,915.00
34,103, 385. 00
9,488, 400.GO
35, 425,600.00
25, 004,800. GO
58, 945,200. 00
000. 00
73, 800,000.00
• 8, 200,
1, 000,000.00

Net -

132, 871, 660

612, 205, 400 94,.285, 659. 85
79, 932, 425

120, 538, 809.15

491, 686, 590. 85
79, 932, 425. 00

132, 871, 680

Total
Unlinovrn, i u r e s e r v e .

532, 272, 975 94, 285, 659. 85

120, 538, 809.15

411,731105.85

20, 348, 000
22, 580, (100
96, 883, 826
110, 005, 040
87, 279, 980
80, 055, 200
39, 873. 500
48, 407, 000
155, 589, 000
167, 520, 000
5, 000, 000

4, 857, 924.15
5,441, 8 8 1 85
31,615, 573.25
23, 666, 479. 25
21,163, 577.00
3,717. 787.50
10, 805. 665.00
15,468, 225.00
102, 874, 700.00
148, 850, 000. 00
5,000. 000. 00

15, 488,075. 85
17,118, 118.15
85, 048,246.75
86, 338,580. 75
66,116, 383.00
26, 337,462. 50
• 29, 267.
835. 00
32, 938,775.00
53, 211 300. 00
18, 670,000.00

1867.
Ono d o l l a r
T w o dollars
F i v e doUars
T e n dollars
T w e n t y doUars
Fifty doUars
One'hundred doUars...
Five hundred dollars..
One t h o u s a n d doUars..
Five thousand dollars.
Ten thousand dollars..

1,500,000
2, 000, 000
203,920
2, 738, 200
3, 493, 000
71, 639, COO
85, 520, 000
4, 000, 000

8, 220,683. 25
8, 691,717.10
80, 397,078. 75
22, 679,294. 75
19, 271,830. 00
2, 985,275. 00
7, 576,750. 00
5, 979,825.00
77, 369,900. CO
75, 050,000.00
4, 000,COO. 00

Is^et .

171, 094,120

788, 299, 520 252, 222, 953. 85
18, 806, 000

.372, 781, 768. 00 410, 537, 757. 00
13,806,000.00

171, 094,120

Total
Unknown, in reserve.

769, 493, 520 252, 222, 953. 85

372, 781, 763. 00 398, 731, 757. 00

22, 829, 348 1 297, 683.25
28, 070, 696 4, 667, 751.70
96, 663, 820 2, 210, 8 0 1 25
110, 005, 040 3,506, 372. 50
87, 485, 360 2, 594, 285. 00
841, 932. 50
80, 055, 200
42, 077, 500 8,173, 875.00
52, 586, 500 3, 458, 475.00
175, 459, 000 16, 980, 000. 00
229,145, 000 03,170, 000. 00
5, 000, 000

9,155, 007. 40
10,109, 688. 55
33, 828,374. 50
27,172, 851 75
23, 757,862.00
4, 559,870.00
13, 779,540.00
18, 928,700. CO
119, 354,700.00
212, 020,000. 00
5, 000,000.00

13, 678,740. 60
15, 951,062.45
62, 837,445. 50
82, 832,188. 25
63, 727,498. 00
25, 495,530. 00
28, 297,960. 00
83, 659,800. 00
58,104, 800. 00
17,125, 000.00

877,877,464 101 901,176. 20
19, 872, 484

477, 662, 989. 20

899. 71.1 524. 80
19, 872, 484. 80

857, 504, 980 104, 901,176. 20

477, 602, 939. 20

879,812,040.00

1868,
Ono d o l l a r
T w o dollars
F i v e doUars
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
F i f t y dollars
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s —
F i v e hundi-ed d o l l a r s . .
One thousand doUars..
F i v e thousand dollars.
Ten thousand dollars..

2, 483, 348
3,510,696
205, 400
2, 201 000
1179, 500
19, 870, 000
61, 625, 000

Total....
Unknown, in reserve.
L^et .

F I OG-




9 1 077, 944

82

R E P O R T OlSF' T H E FINANCES.

M^Oo 3®-6.—AMOUNT OF U N I T E D S T A T E S N O T E S , T R E A S U R Y N O T E S , AND GOLD, S I L -

VER, AND C U R R E N C Y C E R T I F I C A T E S , ETC..—Continued.

1869.
One dollar.,
T w o doUars
F i v o dollars
T e n dollars.:
T w e n t y doUars
Fifty dollars
One liundred dollars
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
Onetthousand. dollars.
F i v e thousand dollars
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars

Total
redeemed.

I s s u e d d u r - Total issued-.
ing. Tear.

D e n o m i n atio n;

'...

Total
Unknown, in reserve.
Net .

522, 000
000; 432
336,180
O04,.98O'
227, 580
265, 400
498;500
98.1,.OO0
.290, 009

$28, 351, 348 ,$4,-929; 028. 40
31,071,128- 5; 287;785. 90
0, 841495. 50
101;OOO,.O0O
888.00
118, 010, 000- 6, 833,6,041, 889. 00
103.712,940
355. 00
30, 055, 200 7, 211,
50, 342, 900 8, 600,685. 00
65, 085: 000 9, 777;975. 00
208,420,000- 19,829, 000.00
291,-435, 000 50, 365,OGO. GO
5,-000,000

158,106,052 1,035,483,516 125, 517,581. 80
39, 444, 855
158,106, 052

996, 038, 661 125,517, 581.:

Outstanding

$14, 084, 635. 80
15,397, 399.-45
40, 487, 870. 00
34, 006, 739. 75
29, 799, 2 5 1 00
11, 771, 025. 00
22, 880, 225. 00
28. 704, 675.60
189,183, 700. G
O
282, 885, 000. 00
5, 000, 000. 00

$14, 286,.
712.20
18, 673,.
728. 55
60, 532,130. 00
84, 003.260. 25
73, 913,C89. 00
18,284, 175.00
27, 962,675. 00
36, 880,325. 00
69,236,.300. 00
29, 050,000; 00

603,180, 5 2 1 C
O

432, 302. 995. GO
89, 444, 855. GO

603jl80,521.,00'

392, .858,140.00

1870.

Tbtal.
I n reserve..
IN'et .

4, 422, 8 8 1 45
5, 209, 611.30
9, 493, 971. 25
17, 681, 072. 50
9, 871, 903.00
6, 677, 217.50
8, 308. 660. 00
14, 507; 975. 00
34, 278, 000. 00
46, 865, 000. 00
14,400, 000.00

18,507, 520.25
18,063,.827. 75
20, 607, OiO. 75
27, 496,117.25
49, 961, 841.25
70, 61.8,158. 75
51, G87, 812.25 104,212, 187.75
39, 671, 154. 00
87, 068,846.00
18, 448, 242. 50
82, 206,957. 50
30, 688, 885.00
49, 556,015. 00
43,212, 650.00
25, 373,350.60
173,461, 70O..0O- 45,011,.300.00
309, 250, 000.00
18, 440,000.00
19,400, OGO. G
O
.11,130, COO. 00

229, 526, 060 1,265,003,576 171, 716, 295. 00
96, 801, 760

774, 896; 816. GO- 490,106, 780. 00
96; 801, 780: 00

229, 520; 060 1,108,-201,816- 171, 718, 295..00

One dollar
............
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
—
Ten dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fiffcy doUars
One l i u n d r e d d o l l a r s
F i v o l i u n d r e d doUars
..
O n e thousand" d o l l a r s . . . . . .
F i v o t h o u s a n d dollars
Ten thousand dollars

774, 896, 816.00

5,002, 208. 45
6, 821, 860.80
1 1 016, 532. 25
18i 997, 841. 50
16, 637, 793. 00
5, 089, 320. CO
9,274,. 880.00
18, 525, 875. 00
40,825, 000.00
29, 870, 000. 00
29-, 310, 000. 00

23, 509, 728.70
27. 428, 8 7 1 55
63-; 978, 873. 50
68, 885, 658. 75
56; 308, 947. 00
23; 537, 582.50
39, 9G3, 785. 00
61,738. 525.00
2 1 1 288, 700, GO
339; 120, 000. 00
48, 710, 000.CO

1, 845, 367,127 192,, 371, 811. 00

967,268,127.00

378,099,000.00

5, 724; 510. 60
7, 5G6, 7 9 1 9 0
11, 658, 604.-00
13,584, 505. 50
13, 290. 178. 50
2, 700. 294. 50
5, 3 8 1 965.00
7, 027, 950.00
12, 386, 000. 00
12, 765, 000. 00
28,190, 000. 00

29, 231 245; 30
34, 995. 683. 45
75, 836, 977.50
82, 270, 159.25
69, 599, 123. 50
26, 237, 857.00
45, 848,. 780.00
68,766, 475.00
228, 872, 700. 00
351, 885, 000. 00
76, 900, 000. 00

24, 747,957'. 70
27, 371,484. 55
46. 765,522. 50
75. 769,840.75
67, 676;878. 50
24, 952,843.00
26, 594,170. 00
29, 563,025. 00
41, 843,300. 00
8, 395,000. 00
17, 470,000. 00

220, 000
,.032, 000
,580, 000
920, OGO'
927;060
,600, 000
902, 000
.501 000
053,000
255,600
530, 000

36, 571,. 848
48,103,128
120, 580, 000'
155, 930, 000
127, 640, 000
50, 655, 200
80, 244, 900
68-, 586, 000
218, 473, 000
327, 690, 000
30, 530, 000

893, 305,CCO; CO

1871.
O n e dollar
T w o dollars •.
F i v e dollars
T e n dollars".
T w e n t y doUars
Fifty dollars
One h u n d r e d dollars . .
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars-..
One thousand dollars..
Fivo thousand doUars.
Ten thousand dollars .

480, 611
985, COO
860, 000268,' 000995, 000555,000
785, 700
485, 000
883,000
650, 000
220: 000

Total.

,44, 050, 899
53,195,128
112, 440,600
145, 830, 080124, 275, 000
47,155, 200
65,944,900
94, 030, 000
254,.356,O0O
841340,000
59, 750, 000

20,541, 170. 30
25, 766,250.45 •
48, 461,626. 50
77,1.44, 348. 25
67; 966,05;?. 00
23, 617,037. 50
25, 981,135.CO
32, 291,475. 00
40,069, 300. 00
5, 220,000. 00
11, 040,.
000. CO

1872.
One dollar
T w o dollars
.Five d o l l a r s
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
F i f t y dollars
One'hundred dollars
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars . . . .
One t h o u s a n d dollars
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars

931, 304
1.72, 000
962, 500
210, COO
001,000
035,000
998i 000
299,500
680, 000
940.000
620, 000

Total.,

53, 982, 203
62, 367", 128
122, 402, 500
158,040.000
137,276,600'
51,190, 200
71, 942, 900
98, 329, 500
268. 016, 000
360, 280, 000
94,370,000

1 478,196, 431 120. 27S, 804. GO 1,087, 546, 931. GO 390, 649, 500. CO

1873".
One dollar
Two doUars-..F i v e doUars
Ten dollars
Twenty dollars.
F i f t y doUars
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s
F i v o hundred dollars
O n e t h o u s a n d doUars




6, 981, 567
7, 816, 000
9, 537, 500
9, 930, 000
10, 284, OGO
8, OOO, 000
5, 955, 500
6,516,000
15, 214, 000

60, 963. 770
70, ISS; 128:
131, 940, 000.
167', 970. 000
147, 560-, 00054,. 190, 200
77, 898, 400
104, 845, 500
283, 220, 000

6, 517,793. 207, 712,608. 55
9, 903,
055; 0012, 387,770. 75
16, 743,576.50
1,755, 468. 00
3, 594,970. 00
7, 788,525. 00
12, 709,300.00

85,752,038.50
42;. 708, 272. 00
85, 540,032. 50
94, 637. 9B0. 00
80,342,700.00
27, 993, 325. 00
48, 943, 700. 00
78;5.53.OO0. GO
239, 382, 000. G
O

25,211, 731. 50
27, 474,^ 856. 00
48, 399, 967. 50
73, 332,. 070. 00
67, 217, 300. 00
26,196, 875.00
28, 9 5 1 700. 00
28, 292,. 500.00
43, 848, GOO, 00

83

TRE'AS'UREE.
Mo.

g#«-^AMOU.NT OF U N I T E D STATES N O T E S , T R E A S U R Y N O T E S , AND GOLD^ S I L -

VER, AND C U R R E N C Y C E R T I F I C A T E S , ETC.—Continued.
I s s u e d dur- T o t a l issued.
ing year.

Denomination.

Kedeemed
during year.

$22, 565, 060 $382,. 845,000 $i'5, 020, 000. 00
78, 530, 000: 172, 900, 000- 46, 220, 000. 00^

F i v e t h o u s a n d , dollars
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars . . . . .
Total.
Unknown, destroyed.

Total
redeemed.

Outstanding.

$366, 905; 000. 00 ^15; 9'40, 000. CO
128,120, 000. 00 49, 780, 000. GO

!•, 054, 525, 998' 134,831,067.00 1, 221,.877, 998-. 00
1,000,000.00
1, 000, 000. 00

432,648,000.00
1, 000, OGO. 00

JN"et
1871.
One d o l l a r . . !
Two dollars
,
FiA^e d o l l a r s
r
T e n doUars
T w e n t y doUars
Fifty dollars
One l i u n d r e d d o U a r s . . .
F i v e . h u n d r e d dollars...
Ono t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s . .
Five thousand dollars.
T e n t h o u s a n d dolhtrs-..

176,329,587 1,854,525,998 135,8.31,067.00 1,222,877,998.00^

431; 048, OCO. 00

Total.
Uiiknown-, d e s t r o y e d .

219,188, 089: 1, 903, 712, 087'
217, 018, 989. 00 1,438, 898, 987; 00 464. 815,100. 00
1, 000, 000. 00
1, 000, 000. G
O

931, 669
177; 520
595'. 760
665; 240
178,400
230; 000
629, 500
249, 000
739,000
050, 000
740, 000

69, 895, 439
80, 860, 648144, 535; 780
183,635, 240
1 6 1 738, 460
59, 420, 200
88,.527, 900
125,091500
315,969, 000
398, 895, 000
275, 640, 000

8, 571,888.50
9, 534,938. 00
8; 452,272. 50
12, 273,885.00
8, 904,230. 00
2, 030,775. 00
8, 794,-006. 00
37,175; 500.00
14, 447,000. 00
20, 735,000.00
91,160,.000. 00

44, 323,9271 00
52, 213,210.00
93, 992,305. GO
106,911, 315.GO
89, 248,930. 00
30, 024,100. CO
52, 737,700. CO
113, 728,500. CO
253, 829,000. 00
387, 840,000. 00
214; 220, 000;00

25; 571, 512; 00
28,117, 438. 00
50, 543, 455.GO
78, 723, 925.00
72,491, 470. 00
29, 396, 100. 00
35,790, 2G0. GO
11, 366. 000. CO
62,140, GOO. 00
11, 255, 000.00
61, 420, GOO. 00

249i 186, 089' r, 903, 712, 087 217; 018, 989. 00 1, 439, 896-, 987; 00 463, 815,100. 00

^•^\>-

1875.
O n e dollar:.
Two dollars... ......
F i v e dollars
T e n dollars
T w e n t y doUarsFifty doUars.
O n e ' h u n d r e d doUars
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
O n e t h o u s a n d dollarsF i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars

.
'..

TotalUnknown, destroyed.

626,156
931400
926; 000
560, 000^
160, 000
960, 700
487;800
540,500
373,000
815. 000
870, 000

84, 521, 595
91; 295, 048151, 461, 760
197; 195, 240
171, 898-, 406
68,380, 900
98, 015, 200
156, 635; 000
832, 342, 000
416,210,000
396,010,000

12,780, 801 50'
12, 708,512,00
12,. 617,201.50
17; 129, 380. 00
15,263, 928. 007, 096,850. 00
8, 030,GOO. 00
9, 560,COO.00
29, 315,GOO.00
20, 445,OCO. 00
117, 510,000. 00

5 7 , 1 0 1 731. 50
64, 949, 722. 00
106, 609, 506.50
1 2 1 046, 695.00
101 510, 858. 00
87,120, 950.00
60, 763, 300.00
123, 288, 500. 00
283,144, 000. 00
408, 085, 000. 00
331, 730, 000. 00
457,612,880.00
1, 000, 000. 00

255,253,056 2,158, 965,143 262; 455, 276; GO.1,702, 352, 263-. 00

Net

255, 253,056 2,158, 965,143 262, 455, 276. GO 1,701,352,263.00
1, 000, OGO. 00

458, 812, 880. 00

1878.
One dollar.
Two dollars.
F i v e doUars
Ten.dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
,
Ono'hundred dollars...
Five hundred doUars..
Ono t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s . .
Five thousand' dollars.
Ten thousand dollars..

444, 758
792,000

97, 966, 353 12, 854, 116; 60
104; 087, 048 11, 858, 846. 40
161 541, 780 11, 814, 081. 00
208, 391, 240 1 1 945; 886. 00
181082,400 13,189, 679. G
O
78, 531, 900
5,-922, 185.00
99, 772, 800 10, 655, 480. 00
171, 890, 500 1 1 9 1 5 , 500. GO
340, 543, 000 15; 582, 500.00
489, 855, 000 54, 680, 000.00
483, 500, 000 126, 200, 000. 00

]S^et

196, 000
181 000
151, 000
757, 600
255, 500
201,000
645,000
490, 000
264,198,858

09, 958, 848. .10
76, 606, 5G8.40
l i s , 223, 587; 50
188, 986, 38100
117, 700, 537. 00
43, 043, 135.00
71,426, 780.00
135. 204, 000.00
298, 729, 500. CO
462, 785, COO. 00
457, 980, 000. CO

23, 007,504.90
27, 480,479. 60
46, 318,172. 56
69,404, 859. 00
68, 381,863.00
35, 4.88,765.00
28, 852,040. 00
30, 686,500.CO
41, 813,500. 00
27, 090,000. 00
25, 570,000. 00

, 423,162, GOl 289, 21G, 051 00 1,990,568,317.00
1, 000! 000. 00

432,.593,GS4.0O
1-, 000, 000. 00

2,.423,162, 001 289,216,054.00 1, 991, 568, 317.00

Total
Unknown, destroyed.

080, oeo

431, 593, 6 8 1 00

1877.
One dollar
T w o dollars
F i v o doUars
T e n dollars
.
T w e n t y dollars
F i f t y doUars
One h u n d r e d dollars
F i v e liundred dollars
One t h o u s a n d dollars
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars
Total
Unknown, destroyed .
ISTet.




1-47, 399 108,113,752 12,991 606.10
432,000
113, 519, 048 11, 542,653. 40
180,000
178, 721, 780 11,199, 948. 50
320, 000
215, 711, 240 12,189, 152. 00
160,000- 192, 242, 40O 11,932, 666. 00
983, 300
84, 515, 200 5, 559,155.00
258, 900
108,031,700
5, 996,170.00
431,500 • 180, 322, 000 8, 215,500. 00
694, 000" 351, 237, 000. 1 1 829, 000. 00
630,000
505, 485, 000 27. 555,000.00
230,000
592, 730, 000 64; 780,000; 00

82, 953, 454. 20
88,149, 221. 80
129,423, 536; 00
151,175, 533. 00
129,633, 203.0048, 802, 290. 00
77, 416, 930.00
143, 419, 500. GO
310, 558, 500. GO
490, 320, 000. 00
522, 660, 000. 00

25; 160, 297. 80
25, 369, 826. 20
49, 298, 224. 00
64, 535, 707; GO
62, 609, 197.00
85. 912, 910.00
30, 814, 770. 00
38, 902, 500. 00
40, 678, 500.00
15,165, OGO. do
70, 070, 000.00

207,467,099 2,630,629,100 183, 743, 851.00 2,174, 312,168. 00
1, 000, 000. 00

456, 316, 932. 00
1, 000, 000. 00

207; 467,699 2; 636, 629,100 183, 743, 851. 00 2,,175, 312, IGSvOO

455; 316, 932. 00

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KEPORT : 0 N T H E FINANCES.

.Mo.

3 0 « — A M O U N T OF U N I T E D STATES N O T E S , TP.EASURY N O T E S , AND GOLD,

SIL-

VER, AND C U R R E N C Y C E R T I F I C A T E S , ETC.—Continued.
lledcemcd
Issued dur- Total issued.
ing year.
during year.

Denomination^

Total
redeemed.

OutstJiuding.

•

1878. .
$ 9 1 74G, 228. 70
98, 808, 099. 80
139, 872, 203. 50
161, 530, 596. 00
138, 719, 757. 00
60, 532, 520. 00
82, 926, 030. 00
153, 033, 500. 00
318, 953, 500. 00
510, 245, 000. 00
G37,170, 000. 00

$20, 920, 87^. 30
20,910,948.20
54, 060, 556. 50
65, 874, G64. 00
82, 732, 883. 00
27,1C5, 930. 00
33,142, 370. 00
811G8, .500. 00
.40, 073, 5C0. 00
10, 815, OCO. 00
69, 230, COO. 00

Total....

20G, 148, 761 2, 836, 777, 861 222, 322, 267. CO 2, 396, 6 3 1 435. 00
1, 000, 000. 00

440,143, 426. CO
1, 000, 000. 00

Net

206,148, 761 2, 838, 777, 861 222, 822, 267. 00 2, 397, 034,435. 00 439, 143,^20.00

.$7, 562, 351 .'F115, G76,103 $11,792,774.50
6, 288, 000
119, 807, 048 10, 746, 878. 00
194, 541, 760 10, 448, 667. 50
15, 820, 000
227, 214, 480 10, 364, 063. 00
11, 503, 220
201, 452, 840
9, 210, 240
9, 088, 5 5 1 OO
87,728,450 11, 930, 230. 00
8, 213, 250
118, 088, 400
8, 088, 700
5, 509,100. 00
187, 202, O O 9, 611 CGO. 00
G
0,880, 000
359, 827, 000
8, 890, 000
8, 395, 000. G
O
15, 575, G O 521, 060, 000 19, 925, 000. 00
G
113, 670, O O 706, 400, OCO 111 510, COO. 00
C

T w o doUars
T w e n t y dollars
F i f t y ctoUars
One h u n d r e d dollars
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars

1879.
O n e dollar

6, 503,133
5, 892, 000
11,060,000
9, 823, 780
7, 485, 760
2, 531, 750
5, 632, 400
8,188, 000
12, 225, 000
15, 670, CGO
90, 830, 000

Fifty dollars
O n e h u n d r e d doUars
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
Ono t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars
Total

122,179,238
9, 223, 026. 50
125, 899, 048
8, 710, 295. 00
205,801,760 11, 822, 443.50
238, 538, 240 10,196, 252. 00
208. 938, 400
9, 650, 838. 00
90i 280, 200
4, 059, 840. 00
121, 700, 800
5, 561, 390. 00
195,888,000
8, 075, 000. 00
371,852, 000 13, 670, 000. 00
586, 730, 000 16, 880, 000. 00
797, 230, 000 123, 070, 000. 00

103, SCO, 255. 20
107, 608, 3 9 1 80
151, 4 9 1 847. 00
171, 735, 848. 00
148, 370, 593. 00
6 1 591, 860. 00
88, 487, 420. 00
161,108,500.00
882, 628, 500. 00
528, 925, 000. 00
760, 240, COO. 00

IS, 200, 980. 80
18,092,653.20
54,107,113. 00
64, 802, 392. 00
60 567 807 00
25, 868, 340 00
33, 213, 3S0. CO
34, 279, 500. CO
39, 228, 500. 00
9, 805, 000. CO
86,990,000.00

'.... 175, 339, 823 3,012,117,684 220, 518, 583. 00 2,617,153,01.8.00 394, 98-1, GG6. 00
1 000 000 00
1, 000, 000. G
O

-Net

175, 339, 828 3, 012,117, 684 220, 518, 583. O 2, 618,153, 018. 00
O

393, 964, 666. 00

ISSO.
T w o dollars

Fifty doUars.
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
Ono t h o u s a n d d o U a r s
F i v o t h o u s a n d doUars
Ten thousand dollars
Total
Unknown, destroyed

9,057,863
8, 232, 000
19, 680. 000
18, 527; 000'
19, 250,000
2, 595, COO
1 501, 700
3, 050, 000
3, 427, C O
O
5,015,000
45, 040, 000

131,237,099
133, 931, 048
225,281,760
255, 085, 240
228,188, 400
92,855.200
128, 202, 500
198,438,000
875, 279. 000
.541 745, 000
842, 270, 000

20, 332, 332. 00
6, 935, 5 1 1 SO
110, 904, 767. 00
20, 352; 813. C
O
5, 971, 840. 20
113, 578, 235. 00
05,432,548.00
8, 354, 565: 00
159, 849, 212. 00
77, 0G4, 091 00
G, 265, 801. 00
178, 001,149. 00
154, 069, 213. G
O 71119,187.00
5, 698, 620. 00
28 137 945 00
2,125, 395. CO
66, 717. 255.-00
91, 092; 080. 00- 35,110, 470. G
O
2, 604, 810. 00
16, 410, .500. 00 . 177,519,000.00 • 20. 919, 000. 00
O 21, 531, 500. 00
21,124, 000. 00 353, 747, .500. G
8, 875, 000. 00
10, 945, 000. 00
537, 870, 000. 00
64, 570, 000. 00
824, 810, 000. CO 17, 480, 000. 00
882, 334, 886. 00
1 000 000 00

138, 375, 563 3,150, 493, 247 151, 005, 343. 00 2, 789,153, 3 8 1 00

Net

138, 875, 563 3,150, 493, 247 151, 005, 343. 00 2,768,158,361.00
1,000,000.00

381 38'! 886 00

•

1881.

T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
O n e h u n d r e d doUars
F i v o h u n d r e d dollars
One t h o u s a n d dollars
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
T e n thousand dollars
Total
Unknown, destroyed

9, 889. 034
8, 752, 009
14, 760, 006
27, 860, 000
22, 800, 009
3, 510, 000
5, 854, 300
1, 332, 000
1, 200, 000
2, 215, 000
, 15, 850, 000

141,126,133
7, 575, 6 0 1 40
142, 683, 048
6, 880, 690. 80
240, 041, 760 10, 828, 470. 00
282. 925, 240
7, 568, 8 7 1 G
O
250,988,400
6, 4 8 1 770. 00
96, 385, 200
2, 463, 435. 00
131, 558, 800
3,219,110.00
199, 770, 000
5, 778, 000. G
O
378, 479, 000
6, 502, 000. G
O
548, 960, 000
3, 370, 000. 00
857,620,000 . IS, 670, COO. 00

118,480,37140
120, 438, 925. 80
170, 472, 682. C
O
185, 567, 823. G
O
160,553,983.00
69,180,690.00
94,311,140.00
183,295,000.00
360,249,500.00
541, 240, 000. 00
843, 480, 000. 00

22, 645; 761. G
O
22 244 12'^ 40
69,569,078.00
97, 3.57; 417. 00
90,434,417.00
27 184 510 00
37, 245, 060. 00
-18,475,000.00
16, 220, 500. 00
2, 720, 000. 00
14,140, 000. 00

79, 111, 754. 00 2, 847, 270,115. 00 416, 245, 486. 00
1, 000, 000. 00
1, 000, 000. 00

113, 022, 334 3, 263, 515, 581

Nef

113, 022, 334 3, 283, 515, 581

79, 111, 754.00 2, 848, 270,115. 00

415, 245, 466. 00

1882.
O n e dollar
T e n dollars

;




11. 445, 524
10, 472, 000
14, 280, 000
18, 920, 000

152,571,657
153,155, 048
254, 321, 760
301,845,240

8, 870, 332. 00
8, 093, 497. 00
16, 506, 538. 00
14, 246, 9 3 1 00

25,
126, 850, 703. 40
24
128, 532, 422. 60
67
186, 979, 220. 00
199, 814, 7 5 1 CO 102,

720, 953. 60
622 825 40
342,-540. 00
030, 486. 00

\

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TREASURER.

3¥©o 3 0 e - -AMOUNT OF U N I T E D STATES N O T E S , "TREASURY N O T E S , AND GOLD, S I L VER, AND C U R R E N C Y CERTIFICATES, ETC.—Continued.

Denomination.

I s s u e d durTotal issued.
ing year.

Redeemed
during year.

Total
redeemed.

Outstanding.

$172. 0S9, 989. 00
72, 489, 880. 00
98,170,710.00
185,401,000.00
363, 337, 500. 00
548, 355, 000. 00
870, 050, OCO. 00

$93,618,43100
27, 475, 320. 00
88.713,990.00
16-819,000.00
15.761,500.00
3, 550, 000. 00
18,520.000.00

1882.
Twenty dollars....
Fifty dollars
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s . . Five hundred dollars..
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s . .
F i v e thousand dollars.
Ten thousand dollars..

$14,720,000
8, 800, OCO
5.327,900
2, 450, 000
2, 820, 000
7, 945, 000
28. 950, 000

Total
Unknown, destroyed.

120, 730, 424 3, 384, 246.. 005 104, 801, 044. CO 2,952,071-159.00
1, 000, 000 00

432,174,848.00
1,000, COO. 00

120,780,424 3. 384, 248, 005 104,801,044.00 2,953,071,159.00

431,174,848.00

Net .

$265,708,400 $11,535,986.00
99, 965, 200
3,309,190.00
136,881700
3. 859, 570. 00
202, 220, OGO
2. IOC, 000. GO
379.099,000
3, 088, 000. 00
551,905,000
7,115,000.00
886, 570, 000 26, 570, 000. 00

1883.
O n e dollar
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
F i f t y "dollars
One h u n d r e d dollars
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
One thousajid dollars
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars
Total
Unknown, destroyed .

980,114
672. 006
860,000
120.000
720,000
700. 000
658, 600
400,000
400,000
470,000
560,000

161557.771
162, 827, 048
277.181.760
827, 965, 240
294, 428, 400
114,665 200
152,541,300
214,620,000
400. 499, 000
573. 375. COO
953, 130. 000

. 9, 970, 010.80
8. 770, 2 3 1 20
19. 052, 455.00
18, 529. 708. 00
15, 575, 198. 00
5, 241, 690.00
5,948, 180. CO
3; 467, 000. 00
5, 093, 000. 00
14, 785, 000. CO
45, 430, 000. 00

136,821, 814. 20
137 802, 853. 80
206,031, 675.00
218,344, 402. 00
187, 885, 187. G
O
77,731, 570. 00
101118, 890.00
188. 868, 000.00
868, 480, 500. 00
563,140, 000. 00
915,480, 000. 00

27, 730.456. 80
25, 524.394. 20
71150, 085. 00
109,6-20, 778. 00
106,783, 233. 00
36, 933,G30.00
48, 422,410, 00
25, 752,000. 00
32, 068,5G0. 00
10, 235,COO. 00
37, 850,OCO. 00

251,5-41714 3,635,790,719 151,863,073.00 3,108, 934, 232.CO 531,850,487.00
1,000,000.00
1,000, OCO. CO
251,541714 8, 835, 790, 719 151, 883, 073. 00 3,104, 934, 282. 00 530, 850, 487. 00

Net
1884.

173,501,007
170, 635, 048
800, 601, 780
359, 125. 240
329. 308. 400
123,365, 200
163.178,300
221270.0(10
417. 999, 000
584.675.000
995,700,000

One dollar
T w o dollars
F i vo d o l l a r s
T e n doUars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
One h u n d r e d dollars
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
Ono t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars

8, 948, 236
" 7,808.000
23,420,000
31160,000
34, 880, 000
8,7G0, 000
10,637.000
9. 650. 000
17,500.000
11.300,000
42, 570, 000

. Total
U n k n o w n , destroyed .

203, 568, 236 8, 842, 858, 955 159, 229, 356. 00 3, 263,163, 588. 00 .579,19.5, 367. 00
1, 000, 000. CO
1, 000, 000. 00

Net

,

10, 019,.508. CO
8, 434,503. CO
19. 017,170.00
23, 763,050. 00
22 368, 720. 00
7,012. 100. 00
8. 089,300.00
5, 829,000 00
9 006, 000.GO
8. 140,000. 00
38. 050,000. 00

146, 840. 822. 20
145, 737; 181 80
225, 048, 845.CO
242,107, 512.00
210, 038. 887.00
84, 743, 670. 00
112,208, 190.00
191197, 000.00
877, 438, 500. 00
571,280, 000.00
953, 530, 000. 00

206, 568, 236 3, 842, 358, 9.55159, 229, 356. 00 3,261183,588.00

26, 660,184. 80
24, 897,886. 20
75, 552,915.00
117, 017,728.00
119, 274,513.00
38, 821,530. 00
50, 970,110.00
30, 073,000.00
40, 582,500.00
13, 395,000. 00
42,170, 000. 00

578,195, 387. 00

1885.
One dollar.
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e n doUars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
One liundred dollars
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars
Total
Unknown, destroyed.

187153
858, 000
300,000
880,000
320, 000
700. 000
000,000
950,000
000,000
285,000
770, 000

183, 688,160
181, 491,048
819. 901,780
382, 805,240
851, 628,400
133 005. 200
173, 178.300
238, 220, 000
442, 999,000
597, 960,GOO
470,000

11,895. 276. 00
10,458, 817.00
18- 855, 110.00
24, 4 1 1 215. 00
22,112, 700. 00
6,783, 800.00
8,591, 300.00
4,363, 500. 00
4,788, 000. 00
8. 415, COO. 00
45, 400, 000.CO

158, 736,098. 20 24, 952,061 SO
158,195, 978. 80
25, 295,089.20
243, 903,955.00
75, 997,805.00
268, 518,727. 00 118, 286,513.00 .
232,146, 587. 00 119,481, 813.00
91, 507,470. 00 41,557, 730. GO
120, 799,490. 00 52, 378,810. 00
5C0. 00
198, 580,500. 00 39, 6.59,
60, 776,500.00
382, 222,500.00
18, 285,000. 00
579, 895,000.00
998, 930,GOO. 00 82, 540,000. 00

244,048,153 4,086,407,108 168, 052, 718. 00 3- 429, 216, 306. 00 657,190, 802. 00
1,000,000.00
1,000,000.00
4, 086, 407,108 186,052,718.00 3,430,216,806.00

Net

856,190, 802. 00

1886.
One dollar
T w o doUars
F i v e dollars
Ten dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s .




21, 820, 000
13, 760, OGO
8, 560, 000
2,100, 000
4, 800, OGO

183,688,160
7,348,139.40
181,491,048
7, 090, 899. 80
341,221,780 11, 688, 586. 00
396, 565, 240 13,118,465.00
360, 188, 400 18,028,916.00
135,165, 200 3, 263, 670. 00
177, 978, 300 7 , 1 9 1 890. 00

166, 084, 237. G
O
17, 608, 922. 40
163,288,678.40
18, 204, 869. 60
255,592,54100
85, 629, 219. 00
279,637,192.00 118, 928, 048. 00
248,175, 503. 00 112,012,897.00
9 1 7 7 1 , 140.00
40, 394, 080. 00
127, 994, 380. 00
49, 983, 920. 00

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R E P O R T ON T H E FINANCES.

N.®o S ^ . - A M O U N T OF U N I T E D STATES N O T E S , T R E A S U R Y N O T E S , AND GOLD, SILVER, AND C U R R E N C Y C E R T I F I C A T E S , ETC.—Continued.
Denomination.
1886.
F i v o h u n d r e d doUars
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
Ten thousand dollars
Total
U n k n o w n , destroyed .

Total
redeemed.

I s s u e d durr T o t a l i s s u e d .
Eedeemed
during, year.
i n g j^ear.

Outstanding

$238, 820, 000 $12, 560, .500. 00 $211,121, 000. 00 $27,890,009.00
402, 721, 500. O
O
57: 777, 500. 00
460,499,000' 20,499,000.00
588, 500, 000. 00
16,090,000.00
602,590,000
6,805,000.00
70,620,000.00
1,121. 490, 000 54, 940, OOO. 00 1 053, 870, 000. CO
118, 290., OGO 4,- 202,-697;i08 ilOO, 537, 866. CO 3, 589, 754,172; GO'
1,000,000.00

612;'942, 930/00
1,OO0;COO.00

110,290,000 1 202, 897,108- jlOO, 537, 866. 00 -'X 590, 754,172. CO Gil, 942,930.00

Net .
1887
Ono d o l l a r
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
Ten dollars
Twenty dollars
Fifty dollars
One hundred doUars
Five hundred dollars.. One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s . . .
Fivo thousand dollars..
Ten thousanddollars...
Total
Unknown; destroyed .

Net

197, 844,160
190, 487,04 8
375, 721,780
429, 645, 240
385, 948,400'
138, 185,. 200
180, 778, 800:
238, 820, 000
648; 000 464. 147, COO
602, 590, 000
;4G0,'000" 1,152,- 890,: 000
156:, 000
976,GOO
500, 000
080, GOO
760, OGO
000,000
800,000 •

8, 983, 049/80
9, 265, 8 0 1 20
17, 836, 127.00
15,435, 707. 00
12, 342, 458-. 00
8, 003,- 620.-00
11, 489, 690.00
7, 294.^ 500: 00
12, 331, 000. 00
2,880, 000. CO
38, 630, 000.00. 1,

154,320,000 1 357, 017,108 148,531,953.00

175, 087, 287. 40
172, 552, 479. 60
272, 928, 688. 00
295, 072, 899. 00
260, 517,96100
102, 831760.00
139, 464, 070; 00
218, 415,500.00
415, 052, 500. 00
588, 880; 000. 00
092, 500, OCO. 00

,738,286,125; 00' 023,730,983.00
1,000,-OOO.'00
1.000, OOO.'OO

154,320,000. 4, 357, 017,108 143;531,953;GO 3, 734, 286,125. 00

O n e doll.ar
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty doUars
Ono h u n d r e d d o l l a r s . . . .
Five hundred doUars...
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s . -.
Five thousanddollars..
Ten thousand dollars...
Total

172;000
424;000
000,GOO
520, 000
040.-OGO
300,000
700,000
200,000
352,. 000
280,000
170, 000 1

212, 016,160
200, 891,048
427,-721,780
483, 165, 240
418, 988, 400
145, 465,200
193, 478.300
245, 020,OOO
479, 499, 000
622. 820, 000
213. 080,000

G22, 730, 983. 00

5, 037, 036.10
180,104, 323.50
31,911, 836.50
4 , 7 6 1 394v 40
177, 816,874.00
23, 574. 174. 00
22.128, 359.50
295, 057,027. 50 132,861 732. 50
21; 362, 480. OO
316, 435,329. 00 168, 729, 9 1 1 00
16; 854. 355: 00
277, 372.-816. 09 141,616, 084.00
6,123. 140. OO
108,-957, 900. OO 83, 507, 800. 00
6,187, 830.00
145,651, 900.00
47, 826, 400. 00
5, 745., 000. 00
224; 160.500. 00 20; 859. 500: 00
14,320, 500. 00
429,373, 000.CO
50,126, 000.^00
9. 405. 000. 00'
598,285, 000. 00 24. 535. 000.00
62,850, 000. CO 1155,350, 000.00
57; 710, 000. 00

285,108, 000 1 6 4 2 , 1 2 5 , 1 0 8 174; 778, 045. 00

, 908, 064,170: 09
1,000,000.00

734; 060; 938'. 00
1; 000, 000.^00

285,108.000 4; 642,125,108 174,-778,045.00

:, 909, 061170. 00

783, 060, 938. 00

9,06i; 836:80
189,165, 060.30
5; 785, 215. 20
183,102, 089. 20
27, 290, 032. 00
822, 347, 059. 50
26, 909, 035. 00
843, 344, 361 00
298,526. 436. 00
21,151 120. 00
115,820, 625.00
G, 362,725. 09
152,296, 560. 00
6, 644, 060. 00
228, 848, 500. 00
4,888,. 000, 00
440,871, 500. 00
11,498, 500. 00
17; no,: 000. 00 615, 395, 000. 00
61,130, 000.00 1,216,-480, 000. 00

31,622, 499.70
23, 588,958. SO
143, 914,700.50
174,020, 876.00
139, 501,984.00
36,144, 575. 00
48, 781,740-00
500. 00
2.5; 921,
50,127, 500. GO
37. 580,000. 00
70,350; 000.00

Unknown, destroyed .
Net
1889.
Oho doU.ar-.
T w o dollars
Five dollars,
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars-.
Fifty dollars
One h u n d r e d doUars
F i v e hundred dollars
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s
Five thousand dollars...
Ten thousand dollars

772,600
220, 788,100
800, 000 206. 691, 048
540. 000 466,281,780
200, COO
517,885,240
040, 000 438,028.400
000, 000 151,405;200
600, 000 201078,300
750; 000 251, 770. 000
500,COO
490,999,000
155,000
6.52, 975, 000
770, 000 1,286,830,030

Total.
Unknown, destroyed.

781; 554.. 314. 00
1, 000, 000. 00

245,127, 000 1 887, 252,108 197; 633, 624.00 4,106, 697, 7 9 1 00

Net

4,887,252,108 197;633,-62100 4,105, 697, 794. 00
1, 000, 000.00

780, 554, 314. 00

1890.
Ono dollar
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e n dollars
T w e n t y doUars
F i f t y doUars
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s
F i v e hundred dollars

One thousand doUars




14;916,000
9, 498, 000
48,120, 000
58, 720, 000
8 1 240, 000
4, 800, 000
8, 000, 000
3,400,000
4, 000, 000

235,704,160
216,187/048
511 881, 760
,576,.085. 240
472, 268-, 400
158, 285, 209
209, 078,: 300
258,170,'000
494,999,000

12,.llljGG4.40
7, 651 319. 60
32,177,160. 00
30, 859, 080. 00
2 1 0-21, 284. 00
7; .184, 110. 09
7, 854, 970. 00
6, 398,'000. 00
14j 857,000. 00

20ll 277, 324. 70 34, 426, 835. 30
190, 756, 408. 80 25, 430, 639. 20
851, 524, 219. 50 159, 857. 540. 50
374, 203, 424.00 201,881,816.00
322, 547, 720. 00 149, 720; OSO. 00
122. 5 0 1 735. 00 33, 760, 465. 00
160,151, 530. 00 48, 92G, 770. 00
235, 240, 500. CO 22, 923, 500. 00
455, 228, 500. 00
39,770,500.00

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M®.o H^b—AMOUNT OF U N I T E D STATES N O T E S , T R E A S U R Y N O T E S , AND GOLD. S I L -

VER, AND C U R R E N C Y CERTIFICATES-, ETC.—Continued.
Denomination.

I s s u e d dur- Total issued.
ing vear.

Redeemed;
during year.

Total
redeemed.

Outstanding

1890.
F i v e thousand dollars.
Ten thousand dollars..

$ 1 1 850, 000 $6G4, 325, 000 $14, 055, 000. 00 $829, 450, OGO. 00
48-, 100, 000 1,334,930,000 50,8-70,000.00 1 267, 850, 000. 00

$34, 875, OGO. 00
07, .580, OCO. CO

Total
Unknown, destroyed..

245,142,000' 5,132, 301108 207,542,568.00 4. 313,240, 382. 00
1, 000, GOO. CO

819,-153,740. 00
1,000,000.00

245,142, 000

Net .

,132,394:108 207: 542, 568-00' 1314,240,382.00

SiS, 153, 746. 00

1891
One dollar
T w o dollars
F i v e doUars
T e n dollars
T w e n t y doUars
Fifty dollars
One h u n d r e d dollars
Fivo hundred dollars...
One thousand d o l l a r s . . .
Fiye thousand dollars..
Ten.thousa.nd d o U a r s . . .

249,156;577
224^ 763, 048570,641,780
031, 965, 240
515,388,400
162, 065, 200
223, 478, 300
264,070,000
512; 299, 000
671, 005, 000
1,418,-070. 000:

11,907; 394-. 00
213, 181718.70
8-, 310. 180. 00
199; 072;568.80
38-,-421 042-00
392. 948; 861 50
38.544v 200 00
412. 747. 621 00
28, 082, 620.00
350, 0.30; 340 00
128-, 903. 035. 00
6. 398. 300 00
168, 828- 830. 00
8. 675, 300. 00
240. 861- 000; 00
5,617, 50O.:OO
466. 138, 500. 00
10,910, 000:00
643; 990, 000. 00
14, •540, 000. 00
69. 380, 000. 00 1,336, 730,000.00

35, 971,858. 30
25, G90,.
179. 20
177,692, 898. 50
219,217, 618.00
184,758, OGO. 00
33,162, 1G5. CO
54,651, 470. CO
23, 203:COO. CO
48,180, 500.00
27.015. 000.00
81, 340.000.00

Total
U n k n o w n , destro3^ed-...

5,442,902,525 240,796,116.00 4; 554, 030,478.00
1000,000.00

8:88,.86G;047. C
O

5,-442,902,525 240,-796,116; GO. 4,555,036,478.00

887, 866, 017. CO

Net .
1892.
One d o l l a r .
T w o dol lars .•
F i v e dollars'

267, 485: 001
239, 815; 048
628; 401, 760
691 785; 240
559. 488,400
171 065,200
240, 748,300^
270, 590, 000
530, 199, 000
689, 780,000
1,531, 7.10, 000

.'.

Ten. dollars:
Twenty dollars.
Fifty dollars
Oho hundred dollarsFivo hundred dollars
One thousand dollars
iFivo thousand dollars
Ten thousand dollars.
Total
Unknown, destroyed

1,000,000,00

1.6; 664.477. 00
229, 849.195. 70 87, 635, 805. 36
11, 355. 154. 00 210; 427; 72-2: SO 28. 887; 325. 20
48,180. 380. 00
441, 129, 241 50 187, 272, 518.50
457, 850,154.00 233, 915, 086. G
45; 102;530.00
O
379, 102;900. 00 180, 805, 500. 00
28, 472,5-60.60
135, 372;285. 00 85, 892, 915.00
6, 469,250.00
177, 977, 630. 00 62. 770, 670. CO
9,150; 800. 00
6,166, 000. 00 247, 030; OGO.'.OO
23, 560, 000. 00
479. .217,500.00
18,079, 000.00
50. 9 8 1 500. CO
658, 615,000.00
14. 625,000.00
31. 115, 000.00
99,150, 000. 06 U 435. 880, 000. 00 95, 830, GOO.00
968; 026. 320. G
O
1, 000, 000. 00

377, 575, 424 5, 820,477, 949 298,-415,151.00 4, 853, 451, 629. G
O

Not .

377, 575. 424 5,820,477,949 298-,415,15i:60 1 8 5 2 , 4 5 1 6 2 9 . 0 0
1 000, 000. 00

967, 026, 320. 00

1893
Ouo doll.ar
.«*....
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e n dollars
Twenty dollars:
F i f t y doUars
One h u n d r e d dollars
FiA^e h u n d r e d d o l l a r s . . .
One thousand dollars...
Five thousand dollars..
Ten thousand dollars...
Total
Unknown, destroyed .

289, 159,107
674,106
112, 000 255, 427.648
740, 000 695, 141,780
960, 000 780, 725, 240
880, 000 610,- 348,- 400
800, 000 179; 865, 200
220, 000 251 968, 800
330, 000 276;•920, 000
680, 000 564, 879, 000
685, GOO 694, 895, 000
970, 000' 1, 582,689,000

19, 759,-922.00
249; 609,117. 70
13,764; 528. CO
224; 192, 250. 80
60, 872,390.00
502; 001, 6 3 1 50
60, 639,-100.00
518-, 489, 254. 00
43, 829,
,-300.-00
422, 932, 200. 00
9, 944,550.00
14 5-, 316, 835. 00
19, 742,-200.-00
197, 719,830.00
7, 003,500. 00
254, 033, 500. 00
28,152, 000.-00
507, 389, 500..00.
17, 550.-000.-00
676, 16-5,000.00
99, 720;000; 00 1, 535, 600, 000. 00

39, 549,989. .30
81, 234,797. 20
193,140, 128.50
242, 235,980. 00
187,416, 200.00
84, 548,385. 00
57, 248,470. 00
22, 886,500. 00
57, 509;5C0.00
18, 230,000. 00
47, 080,000. 00

344, 031,108 6,164,509,055 380, 977, 490. 00 , 233, 429,119. 00 931, 079, 936. 00
1, 000, 000. 00
1 000, 000. 00
344, 031,100 8,164'r 509, 055 380, 977, 490. 00 5, 234, 429, 119. 00 930, 079, 938. 00

Net .
1894.
O n e dollar
.......
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars.
Fifty dollars
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s : . . .
Five hundred doUars...
One thousand d o l l a r s . . .
Five thousanddollars..
Ten thousand dollars....
Total.......
Unknov/n, destroyed.
Net




809, 072,297
267 923,048
748; 021, 780
821, 885, 240
662, 428, 400
185. 825;200
275 128,300
278: 920,000
48; 920, 000 613. 799,006
885.000
290, 000 . 894,
400, 000 1, 661 O8O; 000
913,190
498, 000
880,000
160;000
OSO,000
480,000
160, 000

21, 300,049. 00 270, 909,188. 70 38,163, 130. 30
15, 547,698. 00 239, 739,946. 80 28,183, 101.20
573, 785,908. 50 174, 255,853. 50
71, 761 275.00
591, 938.354.00 229,'.946, 8S8. 00
73, 449,100. 00
470, 877,820. 00 191, 550,580. 00
47, 945,620. GO
152, 888,385. 00 3-2, 456,815:00
7, 551,550. 00
11,892, 060. 00 209,611, 830.00
65,516, 470.00
259, 851,500;00
5, 818,000. 00
17, 068,500. CO
522, 888,-500.00
15, 519,000.00
90, 910,500. 00
682, 090,OGO. 00
O
5, 925,000. 00
12, 595;000. G
42, 290,000. 00 I, 577; 890,
83,190, 000.00
000.00

351,759,190 6,516,268r245 319, 002, 290. 00 5, 552, 431, 409. 00
1,000,000.00

963, 830. 836. 00
1, 000, 000. 00

351; 759,190

962, 836, 836. 00

319, 002, 290. 00 5, 553, 431, 409. 00

R E P O R T ON -THE FINANCES.
Noo

3 0 . — A M O U N T OF U N I T E D STATES N O T E S , T R E A S U R Y N O T E S , AND G O I D ,

SIL-

VER, AND CURRENCY CERTIFICATES, ETC.—Continued.
.Issued dur. i n g year. Total issued.

Denomination.

Redeemedduring year.

Total
redeemed.

Outstanding,

1895.
Ono dollar
$25 872 983 $334,945,280 $22, 558, 482. 00 $293, 407, 628. 70
283,171,048 15, 472.123. 00
T w o dollars . . . .
• 15, 248,000
255, 212, 069. 80
822, 941, 760 86,170,215.00
F i v e dollars
74, 920, 000
639, 936,121 50
877,405,240 86, 413, 790. 00
658, 352,144. 00
T e n doUars
55, 520, 000
698,188, 400 48,307,300.00
519,185, 120:00
T w e n t y dollars
35, 760, 000
188,180, 260
160,427,085.00
2, 855, 000
7, 558, 650. 00
Fifty dollars
222, 183, 230. G
O
3,110,000 . 278,238,300 12, 551, 400. 00
O n e ' h u n d r e d doUars
263, 055, 500. 00
276, 920, 000
3,201000.00
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
583, 20G, 500. 00
0 3 1 639, 000 10, 318, 000. 00
20, 840, 000
One t h o u s a n d dollars
687, 020, 000. 00
694, 755, 000
1 930, 000. 00
70,000
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
O
T e n t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s . . : . . . 07,610,000 1, 728, 690, 000 81,230,000.00 1, 659,120. 000, G

$41,477,65130
27 958 978 20
183, 005,838.50
219,053,090.00
179,003,280 00
27.753.185.00
58, 075, 070. 00
13, 884, 500. 00
101, 432, 500, 00
7, 735, 000. 00
69, 570. COO. CO

301, 805, 983 6, 818, 0 7 1 228 838,713,940.00 5, 891,145. 349. GO 926, 928. 879 00
1 0 0 0 , COO. C
O
1 000 000 00

Total
Unknown, destroyed .

Is et

301, 805, 983 8, SIS, 074, 228 838, 713, 940. 00 5, 892,145, 349. 00

9^'i q'>8 879 00

1896.
Ono d o l l a r
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e n dollars
:
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
Onehundred dollars.......
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s
F i v e thousand dollars
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars

27, 434, 880
16, 536, OCO
83,140, 000
80,280,000
26, 720, 000
9,380,000
18, 480, 000

382, 880,180
299,707,048
906,081,780
957, 685, 240
724, 908, 400
197,540,200
296, 718, 300
276, 920, 000
640, 779, 000
6,140, 000
696, 610, 000
1,855,000
1, 804, 500, 000
75,810,000

345, 755, 880 7,163, 880,108 877,672, 770;00 6,268,818,119.00
1,000,000.00

IS'et

895,011,989.00
1 000 000 00

345, 755, 880 7,163, 830,108 377, 872, 770. 00 6, 269, 818,119. 00

Total
Unknown, destroyed

Mo. 3 i o

"24, 728, 665. 00
44 183 888 30
318,196,293.70
'^S 91 " 328 20
^
15,582,650.00
270, 794, 719. 80
71,643,585.00
711, 579. 706. 50 194 50'^ 053 50
68, 885° 490. 00
727,217,88100 230 487 608 00
46, 602, 580. 00
585, 787, 700. 00 159 120 700.00
168, 571, 535. O
O 28, 968 G65. 00
8,141 500. 00
238, 740, 030, 00
16,576,800.00
57, 978, 270. 00
266,167. 000. 00
11750,500.00
10.753 G O G
O
O
8, 053, 000. G
O 552, 898, 500. 00
87, 880, 500. 00
• 3, 355, 000. 00 690.375,000.00
" 8, 235. 000. 00
99, 370, 000. 00 1,75S;49O,O0O.00' 46, 010, 000 00

894, Oil, 989. 00

- A M O U N T OF P A P E R C U R R E N C Y OP E A C H D E N O M I N A T I O N
AT THE C L O S E OF EACH FISCAL YEAR FRO.M 1878.
Denomination.

1878.
Ono d o l l a r
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e n dollars.
T w e n t v dollars
Fiftv dollars
Ono liuiidred dollars
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars

Logal-tendcr
notes.

$20, 929, 874
20, 910, 948
54, 689, 557
65, 551, 844
62, 720, 643
27,182, 680
• 31,621870
30, 878, 500
33,212,500

,

T e n t h o u s a n d dollars

Certificates.

$123, 220
12, 240
13,250
1, 517. 700
• 3,290,000
7,461,000
10,815,000
89, 230, 000

OUTSTANDING

ISTatioual-bank
notes.

$ 1 059, 83G
2, 820,132
93, 908, 525
1 0 1 097, 270
68, 632, 220
21, 704, 900
28, 300, 600
1, 097,000
305, 000

Total.

$24- 989 710
• • 23, 731 OSO
148, 578, 082
160.772,134
131,365- 103
48 900 830
61, 442, 970
35, 285, 500
40, 978, 500
10,815,000
09. ^30, 000

847, 881, 016
1, 000, 000

Net

92, 462, 410

824, 925, 483

765, 068, 909
1,000,000

346, 681, 018

Total
Unknown, destroyed

92, 462, 410

324, 925, 483

784, 068, 909

4,016,879
2,800,006
95, 977, 475
106, 420, 340
70,571,580
21,134,-350
27, 044, 900
684, 500
318,000

22. 228. 860
20, 892, 859
150, 084, 588
171,222, 732
131,139. 387
46. 802, 890
60. 258, 280
34. 904. 000
39,544.500
9, 805. 000
38, 990. 000

1879.
Ono dollar . . . . >
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
.
.
Teu dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
One l i u n d r e d d o U a r s
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars

11 •

Total
^Unknown, destroyed
•JS^ e t




18, 209, 981
18, 092, 658
51107,113
64, 638, 562
60, 470, 887
•25, 523, 840
32, 038, 480
32, 589, 500
35, 070, 500
4,000,000
2, 980, 000

163, 830
96, 920
145, 000
1,171 900
1,710,000
1 158, 000
5, 805, 000
3 1 030, O O
O

347, 881, 016
1,000,000

47, 283, 650

328, 986, 030

723, 930, 096
1,000,000

346,681,010

47,283,650

328, 966, 030

722, 930, 696

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- A M O U N T OF .PAPER C U R R E N C Y OF

EACH D E N O M I N A T I O N OUTSTANDING

AT THE CLOSE OF EACH FiSCAL YEAR FROM 1878—Continued.
Denomination.

Legal-tender
notes.

Certificates

National-hank
notes.

1880.
One dollar
T w o doUars
F i v o dollars i
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s . . .
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars .
One t h o u s a n d ddllars .
Five thousand dollars.
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars .
Total
Unknown, destroyed.

20,
05,
74,
72,
24,
32,
19,
18,

$2,147, 340
1,975,980
1,328,950
2,812,600
1 695, 000
4, 999, 000
8, 195, 000
17,000,000

347, 681, 016
1, 000, 000

34, 653, 870

846, 681, 016

Net.

$2, 687, 022
1, 885, 980
100, 578, 275
113, 581,040
74, 988, 440
21, 679,800
27, 521, .500
702, 000
270, 000

.$23, 019, 354
22, 238, 773
186, 010, 823
190, 645,131
149,107,627
47, 817,245
62,631,970
21, 621, 000
21, 801, 500
8, 875, 000
17,460,000

343, 893,537

726, 228, 423
1, 000, 000

343, 893, 537

1881.
Ono d o l l a r
T w o dollars
Fivo dollars.:
Ten dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fiftv dollars.
Ono "liundred.dolliirs . .
F i v e h u n d r e d doUars .
One t h o u s a n d dollars .
Five thousand dollars.
Ten thousand dollars .

22,
22,
69,
78,
72,
23,
82.
14
12,

20,367,030
18,182, 820
3.481,600
• 4, 298, 000
1, 905,000
4, 205, 000
2, 265, OCO
13,880,000

1, 564, 390
1, 093,834
99, 962, 365
119, 214,820
79, 255, 640
23, 051,750
29, 518,100
723, 500
235,000

24, 210,152
23, 337, 456
169, 531, 448
216, 571, 737
169, 690, 057
50, 286, 260
06, 763, 760
• 17,198,500
16, 464, 500
2, 720, 000
14,140, 000

Is^et

847, 681, 016
1, 000,OGO

68,564,450

851 618, 899

770, 883, 805
1, 000, 000

346,681,016

Total
Unknov/n, destroy ed.

OS, 564, 450

854,618, 899

789, 863, 865

912, 546
608,080
97, 490, 980
121, 436, 400
82. 186, 580
395,400
453, 300
880,000
192,GOO

28, 638, 500
25, 230,705
161 833, 520
223,466,880
175, 804, 991
50, 870, 720
69,167, 290
17, 699,000
15, 9 5 - 500
.3,
3, 550, 000
16,520,000

857, 555, 208

789, 730,112
1, OCO, 000

1882.
Ono dollar
T w o doUars
F i v o dollars
Ten dollars
T w e n t y dollars
F i f t y doUars
O n e h u n d r e d doUars . .
Five hundred dollars.
O n e t h o u s a n d doUars .
Fivo thousand dollars.
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars .
Total
Unknown, destroyed.

25,
24,
67,
72,
GS,
24,
31
14,
12,

29, 245, 720
24,960,980
8, 288, 550
4, 244, 800
1,943,000
3. 426, 000
3,130. 000
14, 260, 000

347, 681, 016
1,000,000

84, 493, 830

788, 730,112

348,681,018
1883.
Ono dollar
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
Ton dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s . .
Five hundred dollars.
One thousand d o l l a r s .
. Five thousanddollars.
Ten thousand dollars.
Total
Unknown, destroyed.
]S^et.

O n e dollar
T w o doll a r s
F i v e dollars
Ten dollars
Twenty dollars.




27, 738,
25, 524,
71,150,
72, 732,
62, 446,
23, 885,
3 1 302,
15, 098,
14, 328,
315,
160,

457
394
085
886
909
895
390
500
500
000
000

30, 887, 892
4 1 816, 324
13, 047, 735
14,120, 020
10, 653, 500
17, 740, 000
9, 920, 000
37,490, 000

628, 203
393,080
93, 593, 555
120,018,440
83, 700, 980
23, 831, 250
82, 726, 900
965,000
217,000

28,364,660
25,917,474
164, 743, 640
229, 634, 218
190, 484, 213
60, 764, 880
81,149, 810
26,717, 000
32, 285, 500
10, 235, 000
37, 650, 000

347,681,016
1,000,000

84,175, 471

356, 089, 408

887, 925, 895
1, 000, 000

846, 681, 016

184, 175, 471

356, 069, 408

886, 925, 895

511,584
298, 64387, 249, 585
113,311,490
80, 515, 720

27,171, 749
25,193, 528
182, 802, 500
230,329,218
199, 790, 233

26,
24,
75,
69,
58,

860,185
897, 886
552, 915
527, 018
051 629

47, 490, 712
61, 219,884

'90

R E P O R T ON T H E FINANCES.
. 31-.—AMOUNT

OF P A P E R C U R R E N C Y OF BACH D E N O M I N A T I O N

OUTSTANDING

AT THE CLOSE OF EACH FISCAL YEAR FROM 1878—Cbntinuccl.
Denomination.

Legal-tender
notes.

Certificates.

!N"ational-hank
notes.

Total.

1884
F i f t y doUars
One hundred doUars..
F i v e h u n d r e d , dollars^.
O n e t h o u s a n d doll.ars.
F i v o Ihousand doUars.
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars..
Total...
Unknown, destroyed..
iN-et
1885.
O n e doll.ar
T w o dollars
.Five d o l l a r s
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
F i f t y doUars
Ono h u n d r e d d o l l a r s . .
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars-..
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s .
F i v e thou sand doUars.
Ten thousand dollars.
Total
Unknown, destroyed..
Net.....
1885
One doU.ar
T w o dollars
Fivo dollars....T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
O n e h an d r e d d o l l a r s . .
Fivo hundred doUars.
Oho t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s .
F i v e thousand doUars.
T e n t h o u s a n d dollarSi
Total
Unknown, destroj-ed..
Net
1887.
One d o l l a r . i . . .
T w o dollars
•..
Fivo dollars —
Ten dollars
T w e n t y dollars
F i f t y ctoUars
Ono h u n d r e d , d o l l a r s . .
Fivo hundred dollars'.
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s .
F i v e thousand dollars.
T e n t h o u s a n d doUars .
Total
Unknown, destroyed..
Net
1888:
One dollar . . . . . . .
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e n dollars
Tw^enty d o l l a r s
F i f t y dollars
One h u n d r e d dollars...
Five hundred dollars..
One. t h o u s a n d d o U a r s . .




$15, 412, 635
17, 329,120
13,159,000
2i;528,000
13, 265', 000
42,110, 000

$22, 752,100
32, 983, 700
845, 500
221, 000

$61,373,030
83, 953, 810
30, 918, 500
40, 783, 500
IS,895, OOO
42; 170, 006

347.681,016
1,000,000

231,514,351

338, 889; 801.

917; 884, GG8
1, 000, 000

346,881,018

231, 514,351

838, 689,801

916, 881 068

455, 357^
250, 976
81,172, 815
104,951, 890
75, 721, 280
21,261,200
32,155, 600
712, 000
172, COO

25, 407, 419
25,- 546, 045
157,170,120
221, 238, 403
195, 203, 093
62, 818. 930
84, 534; 410
40,371,500
60,948,500
18,265,000
82, 540, 000
974, 043, 420
1, OCO, OGO

$23, 208, 895
33, 640, 990
18, 9.14,. GGO

19, 034, 500

130;oeo
•

60,000

24, 952, 002
25,295,069
75, 997, 805
G l 539, 388
55,128, 509
23,459,895
32, 896, 790
16,557,000
28,716,500
100, 000
40,000

51,747,127
64, 355, 304
18, 097i 835
19, 482, 020
23,102, 500
32, 060, 000
18,185,000
82, 500, COO

347, 681, 016
1,008,000

309, 509, 786

816, 832,618

846,681,016

809,509,786

318, 852, 618

17,603,922
18, 204, 370
85, 829, 219
66, 858, 661
55,078,879
23,291,265
31, 859, 700
12-, 421 000
37, 3G1, 500
60,000
10, 000

50, 289, 387
56, 931 518
17,102, 795
18, 624, 220
15, 275, 000
20, 416, 000
16,030.000
70, Olo; 000

418, 482
226,798
83, 283,180
101, 490,180
72, 966, 420
19, 286,100
30,293,800
44.5,500
104,GOO

18, 022, 404
18.425,166
168, 912, 899
218, 418, 228
184-, 979, 317
59,860.160
80, 277 520
28,144, 500
57 8 8 1 500
16. 090, 000
70, 620, 000

347, 681, 016
1,000,000

265, 261, 920

308, 488, 258

921,431194
1, 000, 000

348, 681, 010

265,261, 920

308,488, 258

920, 481,194

8, 797, 877
9, 008, 572
95, 061 850
80, 371, 471
63, 929. 361
21, 908; 985
29, 64.3, 400
7,704;500
31,197; 500
45, 000
10, 000

13, 979, 496
8, 905, 996
7, 728, 242
5 1 200, 870
6 1 501, 078
13, 421, 455
11,670,830
12, 700, 000
17; 897, 000

397,858
205,082
78,118, 275
91, 616, 850
65,781,220
18, 378, 450
25, 990, SGG
328-. 000
. 79;000

23,174, 729
IS, 119, 630
180, 909, 8G7
228,189,191
191211,059
51, 70S: 890
67, 305, 030
20, 732. 500
49,173, 500
13, 710, 000
60, 3'90. 000
902, 624, 496
1 000, 000

13, 6 6 5 ; COO
60, 380. OCO

347,681,016
1,000, 000

278, 049, 967

278; 893, 513'

346, 681, 016

276, 049, 967

278, 893, .513

.901,024,496

5,180,233
1978, 936
81, 054v872
86, 264, 401
84, 813, 924
21,870, 550
31,104,100
8, 068, 000
24, 303, 000

26, 731, 604
18, 597, 238
51,609,860
80, 465, 510
!56, 802,160
14, 636, 750
16, 722, 300
12,791,500
25, 823, 000

391,042
199,784
72, 42G, 835
81,453, 460
59, 272,120
14, 501, 500
23, 613, 900
259, 000
62, COO

32, 302, 879
23, 773, 958
205,091,507
. 248,188, 871
200, 888, 204
51, 008, 800
71-, 440, 300
21,118, 500
50,188,^ 000

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TREASURER.

M'®-6. 3''t-. - A M O U N T OF P^^PER C U R R E N C Y O F E A C H D E N O M I N A T I O N OUTSTANDING
AT THE- CLOSE OF EACH FISCAL Y.EAR.FROM 1878—Continued.
Denomination.

Legal-tender
notes.

Certificates.

,$35, 000
10,000

Total
Unknowni, destroyed.

$24, 500, 000
57, 700, 000

347,681,016

Fivo thousand dollars.
Ten t h o u s a n d dollars .

886, 879, 922

National-hank
notes-.

.$24, 535, OCO
57; 710,000
$252,179, 041

986, 240, 579
1, 000, 000

252,179, 841

985,240, 57981,999.819
23,778,521
203; 081,005
242,112, G4G
190, 735, 884
48,131.225
88, 632; 940
26,141, 500
50,183, 5C0
37, 590, 000
70,850,OCO

1" ooo; oeo

Not.

Total. *

346,, 681; 016
1889.

O h o dollar
T w o doUars
Five dollars
Ten dollars
T w e n t y dollars
F i f t y doUars
Ono h u n d r e d , d o l l a r s . . .
Five hundred dollars..
One. thous.and d o l l a r o . .
F i v e t h o u s a n d dolhars.
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars-..

3,-714, 523
3, 351, 294
58, 834, 960
86,584,253
93,413,240
24,242,-415
34, 808, 820
11499,500
28,.G87, 000
35, COO'
10,OCO

Not.
i

377, 319
189,'562
59,188,305
68,091,770
51, 238, 920
11, 986, 850.
10,851,2u0
220, 000.
58, 000

347, 881.016
1,. 000, 000

Total
Unknown, destroyed.

27,907,972
20, 237, 685
85,579,740
87;438,623
48, 088, 718
11, 902,180
13, 972, 920
11, 422, COO
21, 440, 500
37, 555, 000
70, 340, 000
433,883,298

211,172, 72G-

34G,,C81,.016

992, 737, 040
1, OOOj OCO.

211,172, 72G

1800.

3,-292,353
2,.872,-S79
57, 730, 384
90,410,800
111, 486; 350
21,482; 400
32,'52'4, 350
11,328,500
16, 538; 000
25,000
10,000

31,134,482
22, 557, 760
102,127,157
111,471,016
38,234,830
12, 298,065
16, 402, 420
11,595,000
23, 232, 500
84, 850, OOO
67, 580, OCO

371, 488
185,-810
52,-014, 2.70
59, 544; 070
45, 516, 840
10,276,-900
17, 571, 800
192, 500
50, 000

34, 7G8, 823
25; .615, 949
211, 871, 811
281,425,888
195,237,520
44,037,385
68, 498; 370
23,118, 000
• 39,820,500
34, 875. 000
67, 590, 000

347, 6S1, 018
1,.OGO,'OO0

471, 482, 730

185, 722, 978

1,004,880; .724
1, 000, 000

340,081,016

471, 482, 730

185, 722, 978-

1, 003, 886, 724

O n e dollar
T w o doUars
F i v e d o l l a r s ..'.
T e n d ollars
Tw^enty d o l l a r s
F i f t y doUars
Ono h u n d r e d d o l l a r s . . .
Five hundred doUars..
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s . .
F i v o t h o u s a n d dollars .
Ten thousand dollars..

6," 906,650
G, 456, 974
67, 623,174
168, 033, 085
122,185,050
18,843,550
35, 432,.950
9,878,000
22, 475, 000
15; COO.
10, 000

29, 085, 208
19, 233, 505
110,089,725
110, 584,581
42, 623, 010
1 1 318, 615
19,218,520
13, 828, 000
23, 685. 500
27,000,000
81, 380, 000

387; 071
181; 750
47, 587, G85
53,113, 900
40, 914, 000
9,167, 800
18,020,200
176, 500
42, 000

36, 838, 929
2.5, 872,, 229
22.5,260,584
272,331,5-16
205, 872, 080
42, 829, 965
70, 671,,870
23, 3S2, 500
46,. 202, 500
27, 015, 000
81, 340, 000

Total
Unkno"\vn, destro.yed .

397; 909, 433
1,000, OCO

490,-95G, 614

167; 550, 906

1,050,416,953
r, 000, COO

396,909,433

490,956,614

187, 550, 908

1,055,'416, 953

1892.
One dollar
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars'.
F i f t y dollars
Onehundred doUars..
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars .
One t h o u s a n d dollars-.
F i v e - t h o u s a n d dollars-.
Ten thousand dollars.

10,324,030
11, 757, 488
84,840,804
123; 324, 835
124,181, 780
18,870,150
38; 188, 050
12, 519, 500
29. 412, 000
15,000
10, 000

27,311,775
17,120, 837
102, 431 715
110, 590, 751
58,183, 770
18, 822, 785
26, 832, 620
11, 040, 500
21,589,500
31,100,000
95, 8-20, OCO

363; 887178, 978'
49,890,990
54, .547; GOO
41,314,900
9, 256, 800
16, 850, 300
1 6 1 000
87, 000

37, 999,192
29, 086, 303
238,063,509
2S8, 462, OSS
221, 880, 400
44, 949, 2.15
79 820, 970
23, 721, 000
51618,500
31,115,000
95,830,000

Total
Unknown, destroyed .

449, 393, 087
1,000,000

518,633,233

172, 899, 855

1,140.428,175
1, 000, COO

518, 633,233

172,399,855

1,139,428,175

O n e dollar
T w o doUars
Five- doUars
T e n doUars
T w e n t y "dollars
—
F i f t y d-oUarsOne hundred dollars'...
F i v e hundred doUars..
One thousand dollars;.
F i v e tliousand dollars..
Ten thousand dollars..
Total
Unkno^vn, destroyed .
Net-

\-

.

1891.

Net.

Net.,




.92

REPORT-: ON T H E FINANCES.

N©. 3 1 ,

- A M O U N T OF P A P E R

C U R R E N C Y O F EACH D E N O M I N A T I O N

OUTSTANDING

AT .THE CLOSE OF EACH F I S C A L YEAR FROM 1878—Continued.

Denomination.
1893.
One dollar
T w o dollars
F i v o doUars
T e n dollars
T w e n t y doUars
F i f t y doUars
Ono h u n d r e d doUars . .
FiA'O h u n d r e d doll.ars .
Ono t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s .
Five thousanddollars.
Ten thousand dollars .
Total
Unknown, destroyed..

Le'gal-tondcr
notes.

$18,695,156
$22, 854, 833
15, 212, 098
16, 022, 699
99,138,324
9 1 001, 805
135, 022, 245 107, 213, 741
65, 600, 830
121, 815, 370
19, 815, 365
15,233,000
. 31, 086, 550 26,181,920
6, 641, 000
16, 245, 500
13,111,500
44, 398, 000
18, 215, 000
15, 000
47,070,000
10, 000
494, 871, 243
1, 000, 000

Total
Unknowai, d e s t r o y e d . .

Total
Unknown, destroyed..
Not
1896.
One dollar
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e n dollars
T w e n t v dollars
F i t l y dollars
One'hundred doUars..
Five h u n d r e d dollars .
One t h o u s a n d dollars .
^Fivo t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s .
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars .
Total
Unknown, destroyed..
Net




$359,590
176,102
51, 351 855
56, 998,170
42, 550, 880
9,318,700
17, 414,100
146, 000
83,000

Eotal.

$30, 909, 579
3 1 410, 899
244, 494, 484
299, 234,158
229, 966, 580
43, 867, 085
74, 662, 570
23, 032, 500
57, 542, 500
18, 230, 000
47, 080, 000

43G, 208, 693

178, 350, 397 1,109,430, 333
1, 000, 000
178,850,397 | 1,108,430,383

15, 881, 901
12, 816, 728
88, 603, 989
125, 835,175
115, 288, 410
15,182, 800
85, 817,950
12,039,000
81, 527,000
15, OCO
10, 000

22, 281, 229
15, 386, 373
87, 651, 885
104, 611, 711
78, 314,170
17, 274,515
29, 898, 520
5, 029, 500
9. 388, 500
12, 580, OCO
83,180, 000

500, 285, 433
1, 000, OCO

403, 571, 403

206, 854, 787 1,170,891, 623
1,000,000

48.3,571,408

206, 854, 787 1,169, 691, 623

Net
1895.
O n e dollar
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
• T e n doUars
T w e n t y dollars
F i f t y doUars
One h u n d r e d dollars . .
F i v o h u n d r e d dollars .
Ono t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s .
F i v e thousand dollars
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars .

National-hank
notes.

436, 208, 693

Net
1891
. Ono dollar
T w o dollars
.^
F i v e dollars
Ten dollars
T w e n t y dollars
F i f t y doUars
One h u n d r e d dollars . .
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars .
One t l i o u s a n d d o l l a r s .
Fivo thousand dollars.
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars .

Certificates.

.

14, 235, 945
11, 291, 927
94, 742, 929
120, 629, 495
105,879, 470
13,193, 500
31, 500, 850
9, 277, 500
93,187, COO
15,000
10, 000

27, 241, 706
16, 667, 051
88, 262, 710
98, 423, 601
73, 323, 810
14, 559, 665
24, 568, 420
4, ,587, 000
8, 245, 500
7, 720, 000
69, 580, 000

•
Gl,
66,
48,
10,
19,

357, 050
174,282
510, 485
006, 800
685, 320
274, 550
880, 800
133, 500
32, OCO

354, 573
172, 2.54
G4, 369, 860
06,408,286
48, 960, 824
10, 527, 850
20, 487, 500
127, 000
29, 000

.38,520,180.
28,357,383
235, 766, 339
295,953, 886
240, 235, 900
42,731,385
85,197, 270
17, 202, 000
90, 942, 500
12, 595, 000
83,190,000

41,832,224
28,131,232
217, 875, 499
285,461,362
227, 964,104
38, 2S0, 815
76, 512, 570
13, 991, 500
101,481,500
7, 735,- 000
69, 570, 000

493, 769, 416
1,000,000

433,159, 4G3

211,386,927

1,188, 815, 806
1, CO;), 000

492, 769, 416

433,159, 463

211,380,927

1,137, 815, 806

• 14, 743, 498 29, 440, 870
15, 7SS, 207
13,121121
93, 974, 970
100, 527, 084
124,489,325
106, 028. 281
91, 555, 470
67, 585, 230
13, 758, 250
15, 212,415
81, 234, 550
26,743, 720
6,715,000
4,038,000
81, 244, 000
6, 636, 500
15, 000
6, 220, 000
10, 000
46,000,000

353,392
171,238
70, 959,130
69, 223, 410
51, 447,180
11,137,100
22,085,700
122. 000
28, COO

477, 364, 296
1, 000,000

417,647,893

"225,527,150

478, 384, 296

417, 647, 693

225,527,150

44, 537, 258
29. 083, 566
285,461,184
299, 691, 016
210, 567. 880
40,105, 785
80, 083, 970
10,875,000
87, 908, 500
6, 235, 000
48, 010, 000
1,120, 539,189
1, 000, 000
1,119,539,139

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- U N I T E D STATES P A P E R C U R R E N C Y OUTSTANDING A I T H E C L O S E . O F E A C H
FISCAL YEAR.

. Fiscal year.

Old d e m a n d
notes.
235. 00
000.00
087.50
803.50
162. 75
432. 50
912. 00
739.25
258. 00
505. 50
298.25
987.50
732. 50
107.50
917. 50
982. 50
297. 50
470.00
975.00
535.00
095.00
•985. 00
440. 00
950.00
445.00
130. 00
807.50
442. 50
032.50
647.50
647. 50
647.50
847. 50
847.50
847. 50

1882 .
1883.
1864.
1865 .
1866.
1867.
1888 .
1869.
1870.
1871.
1872.
1873.
1874.
1875 1876 .
1877.
1878.
1879 .
1880 .
ISSl .
1882 .
1883 .
1884 .
1885 .
1888.
1887.
1888 .
1889 .
1890.
1891.
1892.
1893 .
1894 .
1895 .
1896 .

F i s c a l y e a r . Gold certificates.
1862..
1863..
1864..
1885-.
1868..
1887..
1868.1869..
1870..
1871..
1872..
1873..
1874..
1875..
1876..
1877..
1878-1879..
1880..
1881..
1882..
1883..
1884..
1885..
1886..
18S7..
1888..
1889..
1890..
1891..
1892..
1893..
1894..
1895.1896..

$10, 947, 860.00
18, 778, 580. 00
17, 878, 640. 00
33, 088, 180. 00
34, 547, 120. 00
19, 886, 800. 00
32, 088, 300. 00
39, 480, 000. 00
22, 825, 100.00
21, 796, 800. 00
28, 681, 400. 00
41, 572, 600.00
44, 367, 000. 00
15, 418, 700. 00
8, 001 GOO.00
5, 782, 920.00
5, 037, 120. 00
82, 878, 040. 00
98, 892, 680.00
140, 823, 140.00
131, 174, 245. 00
121, 486, 817.CO
142, 023, 150. 00
154, 048, 552. 00
157, 542, 979.00
152, 461, 429. 00
156, 598, 929.00
92, 846, 189.00
66, 387, 899.00
48, 489, 959. 00
42, 818, 189. 00




T r e a s u r y notes F r a c t i o n a l curcf 1890.
rency.

United States
notes.
$98, 820, 000.00
387, 648, 589.00
447, 300, 208.10
431, 088, 427. 99
400, 780, 805.85
371, 788, 597.00
858, 000, 000. 00
858, 000, 000. 00
858, 000, 000. 00
858. 000, 000.00
857, 500, 000. 00
358, 000, 000. 00
381, 999, 073. GO
375, 771, 580. 00
369, 772, 281 00
359, 764, 382. 00
346, 881, 018.00
348, 681, 016. 00
346, 681, 016. 00
346, 681, 018.00
346, 681, 016.00
346, 681, 016. 00
346, 681, 018.00
846, 681, 016.00
848, 681, 018.00
346, 881, 016. 00
00
848, 681, 016. CO
016.
846, 681, 016. 00
846, 681, 016.00
346, 681, 018. 00
346, 681,616. 00
846, 681, 016.00
346, 681, 016.00
848, 881, 018. CO
346, 681,

S i l v e r certificates.

$1, 850, 410.00
2, 539, 950. 00
12, 374, 270. CO
51,166, 530.00
68, 098, 710. 00
88,616, 831. 00
-120,891, 6 9 1 00
189,901, 646. 00
115, 977, 675.00
145, 548, 150. 00
229. 491, 772.00
262, 629, 746. 00
301, 539, 751.00
3 1 1 715, 185.00
331,814, 3 0 1 00
380. 957, 504.00
337,148, 504.00
328, 894, 504.00
342, 619, 504.00

$50, 228, 417. 00
101,712,071.00
147,190, 227. 00
152, 584, 417. 00
148, 088, 400. 00
129, 683, 280. 00

$147, 725, 235. 00
$20,192, 456. 00
411, 228, 045. 00
22, 224, 283.10
470,413, 523.70
25, 033, 128.76
458, 572, 160. 25
27, 008, 875.88
428,061, 343.96
28,474, 623.02
400,466, 652. 52
32, 727, 908. 47
388, 871, 820.47
32, 114, 687. 86
388, 288, 376. 61
6 8 1 4 8 . 895, 984, 940. 48
39, 878,
898, 879, 380. 06
40,582, 874. 56
398,444, 181.52
40, 855, 835. 27
400, 879, 832. 94
44, 799, 365.44
427, 987, 808.84
45, 912, 003.34
417,971, 111 69
42,129, 424.19
595. 39
404, 285, 798.89
84, 446,
880, 281, 431.84
20,403, 137. 34
863, 291, 082.27
16, 547, 788. 77
862, 585, 098.11
15, 842, 610.11
892.70
362, 332, 883.70
15, 590,
862, 223, 442. 65
15,481, 891.65
186.10
362,163, 897.10
15, 423,
362,116, 830.14
15, 378, 829.14
999. 64
882, 095, 455.64
15, 355,
382, 079, 080. 21
15,840, 114.21
362, 068,
15, 830, 025. 85
382,081, 486. 85
15, 822, 902. 70
582.15. . 362, 086, 048.70
15, 298,
405. 65
15, 292, 628. 80
382, 030, 087.30
15, 287, 449. 30 - 862, 024, 497. 80
15, 283, 017. 93
412. 248, 698. 43
15, 279, 400. 95
463,728, 135.45
15, 276, 442. 95
509, 203, 333. 45
075. 75
15, 278,
514, 593; 356. 25
15, 270, 055. 82
508, 094, 819. 32
122.47
15, 267,
491, 685, 785.97

C u r r e n c y certifiT o t a l certificates
cates.

$31,810, 000.00
58,990, CGO. 00
59, 045,000. 00
33,140, 000. 00
53, 980,000. 00
46, 245,000. 00
29, 830,000. 00
14, 275,000. 00
11, 615,000.00
13, 860,000.00
13,180, 000. 00
12, 230,000. 00
29, 285,000.00
18,110, 000.00
000.00
9, 020,
14, 865,000. 00
17,195, 000. 00
12, 390,000. 00
23, 780,000. 00
30,420, 000. 00
12, 405,000. CO
60,035, 000. 00
55, 795,000. 00
32, 210,000. 00

Total notes.

$10, 947, 880. 00
18, 773. 580. 00
17, 678, 840. G
O
88, 086, 180.00
34, 547. 120.00
19, SS6, 800.00
32, 086, 300. 00
71, 270, 000. 00
81,815, 100. G
O
80,841, 800.00
61,821, 400.00
95, 552, COO. 00
92, 482, 410. 00
47, 283, 650. 00
34, 853, 870. 00
68, 5 8 1 450. CO
84, 493, 830.00
184,175, 4 7 1 00
231, 514, 351.00
809,509, 788. 00
265. 281, 920.00
276, 049, 967.00
386, 379, 922.00
433, 873, 298. 00
471, 472, 730. 00
490, 958, 614. 00
518, 633, 233. 00
436, 208, 693.00
463,571, 403.00
483,159, 463.00
417, 647, 693. 00

Grand total.
$147, 725, 235.GO
411, 223, 045. 00
470, 418, 523. 70
456, 572, 160. 25
439, 009, 203.96
419,240, 232.52
408, 550, 480.47
421, 321, 558. 61
430, 532, 060.48
416, 585, GSO. 06
430, 580, 431.52
472,14.9, 832. 94
509,802, 908.84
498, 812, 411.89
466,107, 198. 89
475,781 0 3 1 84
455, 753. 492. 27
409, 888, 746.11
398, 986, 753.70
430. 787, 892. 85
446, 657, 727.10
546, 292, 101.14
593, 609, 806. 64
671, 588, 8G6. 21
627, 380, 406. 85
638,111, 015. 70
748, 416, 327. 65
795, 903, 885. 80
227. 80
883, 497, 312. 43
903, 205, 3G8. 45
982,301, 026. 45
945, 412, 759.25
• 978,101 782. 82
941, 258, 458. 97
909, 388,

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R E P O R T ON T H E

FINAlSuES.

M ® . ' 3 3 . 0 - - E S T I M A T E D STOCK O F GOLD C O I N AND B U L L I O N AT THE E N D
MONTH,.FROM

JUNE,

Month.
•1878—June.
July
Aug.ust
Septemher
Octoher . . .
November.
December .
1879—January...
February .
March
April.
May.
June
Jtily
August
Septeraber.
October....
N o v e m b e r •.
December .
1880—January...
February..
March.."...
April
May
Juno ......
July
August
Septemher.
October . . .
November.
December .
1881—January...
February:.
March
April
May
Juno
July
August
September.
October
November.
Decemher.
1882—January...
February..
March
April
May
June
July
August....
September.
October . . .
Novem-ber.
December .
1883—January...
February..
March
April
May
June
July
August—
Septeraber.
October...
November.
December.
1884—January...
February..
March
April
May
Juno
July
August—
Septemher.
October...
November.
December.




OF E A C H

1878.

Dullion.
$208, 878, 605"
208,133, 8 1 1
210, 472, 650
212, 251, 340.
218, 079; .939
222,152; 894224, 838,-.801
229, 235; 474
231,445,024
2 3 1 649,-458
285,802,373•
238, 572,616240, 425, 461
240, 560; 487"
245,683, 951
250, 859, 576
257,6067 067'
269,813,847
274, 540, 357
282,29S,-1.86288, 728, 662
293, 822; 190
299,.642,. 337'
304,100,051
808, 850, 240'
309; 135, 440'
315, 269,-735
819,411276
324, 913, 480
832, 417, 600
340, 940, 239-349, 595,310
857j 318,-742
887,052,785
376, 073, 889:
388,588, 804
389, 486, 822
389,103,988
401, 687, 036
408,753,977
4 1 1 8'7j 149
424,42L418
433. 849,105
441,179,112
442, 087; 988
449,109,282
454, 527; 940•
448, 948, 973
450, 215, 829
447, 388,. 827 •
452,204,515
4-57, 878,-962
484, 820,153
489; 809; 447
472, 689, 830
476, 983, 775
478, 249, 651
481,437, 835 •
483,008,483483, 288, 279
486; 477, 9 9 1
486; 054, 872.
488; 538,129
490,513,933
495- 685, 416
407,197,757
499, 701, 839
501, 300, 220
499. 978, 551
496, 700, 55&
495, 452,. 475
497, 008, 024
500., 981,189
501,173, 090
503, 028; 420
501908,819
506,337.883
509, 818, 071
512, 695, 853

$6; 323, 372.
7,714,922..
7,713,661.
9, 049, 087
7, 963, 429
6,472,313
6, 806, 689
4, 984, 004
5, 401, 704
4, 934,162.
6,151, 208
5, 841, 561
5, 816, 376
7,497, 952.
11182,137.
85, 797,151
50, 358;- 485
57, 883, 520
61,999,892.
57, 226, 426.
53,525;811
50, 572,, 784
47,244,87745,219.246.
43, 484, 908.
45, 319, 644
50,671,214
67,727, 241
80, 742, 858
85,004,80495, 280, 851
93,748,701.
88, 760, 802.
88, 487, 201
97,140, 89892, 783, 696
89, 017, 716
92, 226, 041
87,148, 541
97,751,075
96, 953, 452
92, 578, 281
87;977,803
83, 886, 477
78,422,038
71, 218. 465
66, 215, 653
60, 918, 848
56,.541,88657; 283, 625
53,. 722.180
51. 440, 420
50, 916, 780
50;903,305
51, 981,432
51,449, 383
52, 215, 560
5 1 475, 312
55,852,057
57; 175, 927
56,254,072
58,757,690
59, 878, 078
61, 683; 818
62, 392, 847
66, 592, 571
66,. 466, 346
66, 931, 227
67, 017, 657
60. 7 2 1 333
45; 686; 932
44,797,665
44, 539, 808
48, 538, 573
51,342,794
52, 946, 587
55, 856, 781
62,212,318
63, 422, 647

$213,.199, 977
215, 848, 736
-218. 188. 311
221, 800,413
226,.043, 888
228, 825; 207
281, 845, 490
234, 199, 478
236, 846,728
239,.583,620
241,-953,581
244, 414,180
245, 741, 837
248, 058,439
256,,846. 088
286, 656; 727
807,.964;532
827, 897, 367
886, 540.249
339, 524-; 612
342, 254, 473
341..394, 974
846, 887, 214
849, 819,297
351, 841, 206
854, 455, 084
365, 940, 999
387, 138,517
405, 858,138
417, 422; 204
436, 201,090
443, 342, Oil
.446, 079,544
455, 519, 966
473, 214, 787
478, 347,-500
478-, 484, 538
481, 880, 029
488, 785, 577
501, 505,052
511, 830, 601
516, 999, 679
521, 828, 788
525, 065,589
520, 510,021
520, 327; 747
520, 743,599
509, 86b, 821
508, 7.57, 71.5
504, 652, 252
505, 926. 675
509, 319,382
515, 536,933
520, 212,752
524, 670,762
528, 433,158
465, 211
580; 912, 647
535, 660, 540 •
538, 444, 200
540, 732, 063
542, 812, 562
544, 409, 207
548, 107, 749
552, 078; 263
558, 790, 328
563, 108,185
566, 231.447
588, 994, 208
566, 424, 889
557, 139, 407
541, 805, 689
5-41,500, 797
545, 706, 663
549, 871, 214
551, 853, 406
557, 1 9 1 1 4 4
562, 025, 389
572, 118, 500
576,

95

TEEASURER,

Wo^^ B-B-.—ESTIMATED STOCK OF GOLD C O I N AND. B U L L I O N A T T H E E N D OF E A C H

MONTH, FROM-JUNE, 1878^—Continnetl,
Month.
1885—January;...
February..
March
AprU
MfiyJuno
July.......
August.....
September.
October . . .
November'..
December..
1886^ J a n u a r y . . . .
February:.
March.
April
.
May.
June
July...
Aug.ust
Septtfemher.'.
OctoberNovember..
December..
1887-^ J a n u a r y . . .
February...
MarcliApril
Miiy
Juno.
July
August.
Septemher'.
Octoher
November.
December..
1888r-January . . .
February..,
March
- April
May
Julio
July...
August
September.
October
Nev ember'.
December...
1889^ J a n u a r y . . .
February ..
March
April
May
JuneJtily
A.ug.ust
Septemher.
October....
Noveniher .
Decemher..
1890-Ja
February..
Marcli
April
May
June
July
August
September-.
October
November .
December..
1891—January . . .
February-..
March
A.pril
May . . . . . . .
June..
JulyAugust-




Coin.

Total.

$514,. 408i 836.
$01.120-, 631 .$578; 828, 967
64, 782,641
581; 102,973
.516; 430, 8 6-2
64,. 29^7, 566!
584,-1.08, 358
519, 870,792:
189,.947
65,. 7 3 1 818!
585,:874, 765
520,
68,. 323, 885:
587;127; 395
520; 803,-58067; 075; 785
588v697, 036
521, 621, 301 •
69, 283,. 598 • 589; 979,734
520,. 696-, 136.
70, 081,. 513 I 592,:378, ISO
522. ,.296-. 667
71,052,140;
5.97; 236, 584
526; 184,-, 444.'
72,.417, 890
600,445,130
528;- 027;240
73,:942, 796 • 607,126,884
533, 1 8 1 088.
72, 557; 129
612;980,956
540; •4-23; 527'
71,. 968,: 567 • 614-, 128, 979
542; 160.41266,-488,. 344
6:11,484,909
544, 998', 565'
59, 254, 731
604,-428,841
.545, 173,610
55v245,328-" GO'l; 990, 691
546, 745^ 383^
596:, 868:;-058
547, 582, 283: . 49,.285,-795.
.43,-308, 520^
590; 7 7 1 461
547, 465-941
43,.650, 307
59.2;-725, 907
549-, 075, 600.
554, 582; 815
45, 515, 589
600: 098, 404
554, 096; 61553, 232, 743 • 607; 329. 358
555, 859; 407'.
59, 663; 639
615;.023. 046
557, 802, 437
68,720.-676
G26-v523,113
559^ 486; 856
80,-931,422^
640,418,278
580-, 851,438'
85, 018, 430\
G45;.869,918
563, 391917'
83,485, 920
646(880,887
565, 762; 514
83,4-31,810
649,194, 324
566, 715,195^
83,863,571
650; 578,788
570-. 256, 490
85,168...75G655v423V246
568; 788-, 145
8y,732,190.
654, 520, 835
569, 547; 334
89,009, 877
658:,. 646, 711
92, 8.52,. 051
663, 589, 790
570; 737, 736;
108,377,780
681,793,520
573, 415-, 740
120, 202, 502.
695; 130, 375
5.71 927, 873:
120, 777'i 483'. . 699, 111, 494
5.78, 3 3 1 Oil
980,107'
122, 723,.223
704,; 703, 330
581,
121,. 902, 584 = 706,:-471, 081
584, 568, 497
121, 822, 527'
707.'848, 344
586, 02 5i 817
121,167, 828
708, 518,186
587, 350, 858236., 410
122,132, 999'
711:369,409
589-,
114,- 050; 44070.6; 202; 491
592, 212,051
110,116, 633
705;820, 471
595, 703-, 838^
108,; 012, 533
705; 158,196
597, 145, 663
107,826,240
707; 481, 835
599, 655,095
108,. 289,. 291 709; 881,170 •
601, 591,. 876
108,479; 213. 711,705,050
603, 22.5,837
101426, 611
709, 994, 448
605, 567, 837
96,919,454
704^608,179
607, GSB; 725 •
96-;. 590,-321
705-,758,221
609, 167, 900
96; 670-, 798
7.05.:954, 808
609; 288, 81094,795,197
701778,319
609, 978,. 122
94,-612^ 786'.
705; 611, 209
616, 998,423
85, 241, 865
098,260, 23:5:
61-3, 018;-. 37065,586,684
679; 559, 801
618, 973,117
540, 272.
62, 017, 7366.75; .558, 008
613,
6 1 052,146
679-, 859. 898
615-, 807, 2.52
64, 334,056.
081, 819. 487
617, 484-,831
64,554,286
684,194, 686
61:9v 640, 450
64,642, 327
085,749, 280
621, 106,-953
67; 416, 990:
689, 524; 803
622, 107; 87366:, 080; 287'
690-, 980, 770
6 2 1 900,48a
66,133,720
692,100, 955
625, 967, 229
66,443, 489
698; 856, 282
627, 406, 793
67,265, 828
695,189, 883
627, 923, 705
67, 548,.895' 698-. 579, 609
629, 030,714
012, 331
65, 998, 474
696, 008, 805
630;
62,138, 864
691,651,019
629, 512,155
57, 471, 618
689,273,307
631, 801, 889:
59, 907, 459
693,026,194
633, 118, 735
012, 338
60, 855, 395 691 867, 783
634,
63,842,518
698, 881, 777
635, 219, 259
68, 799, 810 704,100, 811
687, 301,201
67,6-24,. 860- 707; 008, 881
639, 384,. 021
63,862,654
705, 584, 827
642, 222,173,:
59,685,-416; 700, 904, 069
641, 218, 658
59,859,, 41G-- G89,495, 821
629, 636; 405;
61,401,072- 661,993,383
600, 591, 091
62,067.744
646^ 591, 928
584-, 524,184;
62,736,; 957 644,458,425
581 721,468
65,-262,257
647; 489; 823
582, 227,566

96

REPORT . ON T H E FINANCES.

>o 3 - 3 . — E S T I M A T E D

STOCK OF GOLD C O I N AND B U L L I O N AT T H E END OF EACH

M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.
Month.

Coin.

1891—Septemher . . .
Octoher
N o v e m b e r . .o.
December
1892—January
F e b r u a r y .March
April
May
June
July
-August
September —
October
November
December
1893-January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
Septemher —
Octoher
November
December
1894—January
February . —
March
April
May
June
July
August
September —
Octoher
November
December
1895—January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
,
November
December
1896—January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
,
September . . ,

Mo. 34,- -EsTiMATED

Month.
1878—Juno
July
August...
September
October...
November
December.
1879—January . .
February.




$586, 964, 320
596, 886, 272
599, 844, 091
604, 633, 241
606, 287,197
608, 661, 364
606, 584, 810
801, 527, 222
602, 485, 237
589, 509, 081
581,129,982
577, 737, 991
576, 074, 815
577, 387, 444
577, 983,121
.569, 838. 412
559, 063,122
547, 655, 038
548, 673, 424
532, 513,105
523, 592, 688
513,743, 623
520, 273, 567
547, 516, 035
558, 479, 232
564, 738, 578
575, 269, 517
582, 227, 095
592, 848, 235
603, 880,188
G12, 325, 385
614, 370, 723
596, 799, 262
584, 479,113
572, 975, 589
5 7 1 352,118
579, 728, 587
581, 597, 841
588, 834, 589
577, 380, 396
557,582,641
562. 633, 858
587,592,416
573, 065, 685
578. 038, 041
579; 422, 971
5S0, 4.81,167
568, 990, 037
550,100, 818
581132. 920
561 229,183
568, 106, 939
583;48S, 105
586,188,106
588. 743, 308
589, 820,494
574,520,722
567. 931, 823
564, 685, 228
570,557,083
600,544,227

Bullion.

Total.

$86, 343, 775 $658, 308,095
74,158, 836
670, 545,108
677,774, 595
• 78, 430, 504
82, 212, 689
686, 845, 930
84, 299, 689
890, 586, 886
S3, 275, 529
689, 936, 893
81,191 377
687, 758, 887
79, 712,183
881,239, 405
080,438, 749
77, 953, 512
664, 345, 446
7 1 836, 885
657, 753, 580
76, 623, 598
653, 698,106
75, 980,115
652,180,237
78, 055, 422
655, 513, 666
78,128,222
G57, 966, 329
79, 983, 208
651, 830, 762
81, 897, 350
81,452,478
640, 515, 800
79, 835, 048
627, 490, 086
C26,177,184
79, 508, 760
613, 042, 879
80, 529, 774
604, 464, 554
80, 871, 868
592, 089,138
78, 345, 510
803, 728, 903
83, 450, 336
645, 889, 540
98, 378, 505
657,505,880
101,028,648
061, 895, 851
98, 657, 273
666,180,139
90,910,622
066, 906, 590
84, 679, 495
670,023,510
77,175, 275
074, 293,180
70. 432, 992
672, 558, 001
60, 232, 616
668,087,191
53, 716, 488
644,866, 988
48,087,708
629,091,424
44,812,311
620, 026, 413
47, 050, 824
618,293,455
43, 9 4 1 337
41063,417
628, 792, 004
44,197, 485
625, 795, 276
630,189, 855
46, 305, 068
625,107, 780
47, 727, 334
603, 543,187
48, 010, 546
44, 527, 722 607 161, 380
018, 980, 395
51,387,979
50, 044, 014 628,109, 879
53, 425, 387 631,461,403
56, 746, 018 636,168, 989
641,132, 676
60,851,509
00, 208, 542 629,198, 579
613,441,575
57, 340,757
618, 542, 482"
54,409,512
45, 590, 886 609,820, 049
29, 820, 815 597, 927, 254
15,487,988
598, 956, 043
26,821,484
612, 989, 590
617,797, 986
29, 0 5 1 668
622,672,115
82,851.621
607,183, 582
32, 682, 860
600,148, 847
32, 217, 021
595, 308,189
30, 840, 941
603, 821,169
33, 281 080
40, 998, 574
641, 542, 801

STOCK O F SILVER COIN AND. BULLION AT T H E E N D O F EACH
M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878.
Standard
dollars.

Bullion.

Fractional
coin.

$8, 573, 500
10, 420, 500
18, 448,500
16,212, 500
18, 282, 500
20, 488, 550
22, 495, 550
24, 555, 750
20, GS7, 750

$7, 341,471
7, 665, 760
8, 982, 289
9, 634, 034
8. 852, 042
10,159, 491
9, 439, 461
10, 347, 889
9,837,403

$71, 778, 828
72,15i, 424
72, 524, 020
72, 896, 516
73, 289, 213
73, 641, 809
74, 014, 406
74, 387, 002
74, 759, 599

Total.
$87, 893, 799
90, 237, 684
94, 954, 759
98, 743,150
99, 903, 755
104, 239, 850
105, 949, 417
109, 290, 641
111,284,752

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TREASURER.
Mo. 3 4 ,

- E S T I M A T E D STOCK O F S I L V E R COLN AND B U L L I O N AT T H E E N D OF EACH

MONTH, FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.
Month.
1879—March
April
May
,
June
July--.-.
August
September
October
November
December
1880—January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December.
1881—January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
Octoher
November
Decemher
1882—January
February
March
April
May
. June
July
August..
September
October
November
December
1883—January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
1884—January
February
March.
April"
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
1885—January
February
March
April
May
June...
July
August
Septeraber
October

FI 96

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'..

7




Stand.ard
dollars.
$28,
31,
83,
35,
37,
40,
42,
45,
47,
50,
52,
54,
57,
59,
61,
63.
66,
68,
70,
72,
75,
77,
79,
82;
84,
88,
88,
91,
98,
95,
98,
100,
102,
105,
107,
109,
112,
111
116.
119;
121,
123,
126!
128,
130,
132,
135,
187,
140,
142,
144,
147,
149,
152,
154,
158,
159,
181,
163,
166,
168,
170,
173,
175,
177,
180,
182,
184,
187,
189,
191,
194,
196,
199,
201,
203,
205,
208,
210,
213,

Bullion.
888. 281
949, 048
672, 658
092, 586
112, 224
904,812
557, 504
537, 224
328, 098
492, 421
888, 036
525, 308
086, 840
007, 381
853, 588
124, 536
081, 848
380, 258
557, 760
0-48, 867
255, 890
183, 224
704,197
856, 808
017, 770
863, 588
457,193
809. 949
962, 278
782, 883
682,185
424, 575
088, 710
607, 830
258,926
803.143
440. 882
239,033
793,664
230, 908
81G, 270
730, 716
843, 585
012,503
769, 220
468,193
781,958
974,114
943,467
478, 750
157,218
482, 216
488, 838
694, 559
107,911
936, 385
624,279
534, 373
874,433
919, 913
043, 825
150,843
823,158
055, 498
603,610
723, 420
984, 405
646, 497
778,849
718, 055
613, 582
991,130
887, 494
042,187
098.144
088,886
944,837
788,196
916,123
840,536

Fractional
coin.
$75, 132, 195 $112, 595, 406
75. 504, 792
113, 809. 788
75; 877, 388
115, 085, 994
78. 249, 985
117 143,551
78! 467, 875
119, 0 ' O 899
:..
76! 685;365
121 828;027
78. 903, 055
124; 094, 059
77; 120,748
125. 884,170
77 838, 436 129; 386, 734
77. 556,127
132, 104,198
•77 773, 817
135. 187, 503
77, 991.508
137, 322, 864
78, 209,198
139. 452;288
78 426, 889
142: 890, 470
844, 580 145: 221, 418
862, 270
147; 721, 556
984, 830
151 080, 734
068. 401- 153. 714,409
IGS; 467
155. 294, 977
270, 583
158: 181,650
372, 599
180, 775,739
474,665
163. 110,894
576; 731
166, 033, 933
878, 797
167, 095,110
780, 863
168, 158,138
882,929
170, 408,017
984, 995
172, 401,893
087,061
174, 769, 715
115, 520
176, 700, 503
143, 980
17 799, 548
172, 440
181 127,330
200, 900
181 298,180
229, 380
186, 290,775
257, 820
189, 248, 830
286,280
191 226,186
314,740
193; 102, 063
348, 200
197, 085, 542
871,660
198 192,873
400,120
201 087, 464
428, 580
202, 804, 268
472, 890
204: 593, 940
517,200
206, 977,696
561,510
209. 931 955
605,820
212, 948, 203
850,130
215, 049, 230
894,440
218. 117, 713
738, 750
219; 905, 788
788, 000
222, 562, 254
827, 370
224 978, 536
871, 680
226 908,129
915, 990
229, 978,907
960, 300
232, 898, 415
4.85, 402 234 652, 939
010.504
236, 725, 982
585,607
239, 014, 417
060, 709
240, 718,023
585, 811
242. 281, 089
110,914
244 070, 406
688, 016
248; 085, 588
161,118
248, 266,150
686, 221
250, 155, 875
211, 323
252, 087, 795
738, 425
258, 895, 212
281, 528
254 872, 855
234, 719
257, 519.158
207, 910
259, 962.159
181,101
262, 498, 335
154, 292
284 531,618
127, 488
267: 087,161
100, 674
289. 878,723
078, 885
271 634, 641
047,056
273. 285,380
020, 247
275: 605,185
998,488
278. 143, 019
966, 629
280; 574, 004
989,820
282, 883, 087
949,914
284, 879,132
960, 007
288, 985, 584
970,100
289, 645, 654
980,193
292, 080.160

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REPORT ON THE FINANCES,

M o . S 4 Q — E S T I M A T E D STOCK O F S I L V E R C O I N AND B U L L I O N AT T H E E N D O F EACH

M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878—ContinuGd.
Month.
1885—November
Decemher.
18SG—January..
February.
March
April
May . . . . . .
June
J uly
August...
September
October...
November
Decemher.
1887—January . .
February .
March
April
May
June
.
July
..
August...,
Septemher
October.-..
Novemher
Decemher.
1888—January . .
February .
March . . . .
April
May
Juno
July ......
August...,
September
October
NoA"'eniber
•December.
1889—January . . .
February.
March
April..
May
June
July
..
August -..
September
October...
November ,
Decemher.
1890—January..,
February.
March
April
May
June
,
July
August...
September,
October
November
December.,
1S91—tl a n u a r y . . .
February..
March
April
May.,
June
July
August
September.
October—
November .
December..
1892—January . . .
February..
March
April
May
June




Standard
dollars.
$215,
218,
226,
.223,
225,
228,
231,
238,
235,
238,
241,
244,
246,
249,
252,
255,
258,
261,
264,
286,
267,
270,
273,
276,
280,
283,
285,
288,
291,
294,
297,
299.
300,
303,
306,
309,
312,
315,
318,
320,
323,
326,
330,
338,
334,
837,
340,
343,
348,
349,
852,
355,
359,
363,
386,
369,
371,
874,
377,
380,
384,
387,
391,
494,
397,
400,
402,
405,
406,
407,
408,
409,
410,
411
411,
412,
412,
413,
413,
418,

Bullion.

Fractional
coin.

Total.

$8, 583, 955
$74, 990, 2SG $294, 333, 673
3, 797, 041
75, 000, 879 297, 057,181
3, 858, 783
75, 010, 472 .299,223,016
2, 812, 988
75, 020, 565 800, 779, 294
2, 271,104
75, 080, 058 303,201, 523
2, 556, 522
75, 040, 751 308, 031, 394
1, 947, 782
75, 050, 844 808,158, 727
3, 092,198
75, 080, 987 311,876,421
3, 786, 070
75, 068, 424 3 1 1 497, 780
3, 288, 940
75, 075, 912 316, 918,138
3, 758, 394
75, 083, 399 320,123, 079
8, 807, 949
75, 090, 887 322, 978, 222
1 091, 883
75, 098, 374 826,093,143
4, 739, 877
75,105, 882 329,48S,886
4, 877, 039
75,113, 349
382, 494, 035
1 700,183
75,120, 837
385, 274, 867
8, 639, 452
75,128, 324
342, 241, 803
10,134, 381
75, 343, 251 347, 001, 689
9, 869, 829
75, 560, 244 349, 003, 90O
10,917,435
75, 547,^799 353,455,851
12, 278, 674
75,638, 932
355,357,723
12,177, 624
75, 312, 773 357, 740, 514
12; 005, 909
75,898, 925
880, 794, 991
11,683,082
75, 758,186
364, 257, 375
10, 831, 655
75,909,130
368, 884, 948
9, 901, 866
76, 295, 886 369, 398.100
10, 219, 548
78, 345, 986 372, 410, 8G9
10, 805,153
76, 327, 799 375,178, 309
10, 024, 976
76, 333,- 888 877, 714, 653
9,937, 442
76, 299; 882 380, 277,114
9, 857, 041
76, 349,137
882, 743, 963
10, 619, 754
76, 408, 876 388, 450, 920
11, 066, 054
76, 510, 842 388, 285, 886
10, 973, 204
78, 582, 235 390, 878, 229
10, 645, 833
76, 759, 671 393, 948, 894
10, 559,114
76, 660,481
396, 890, 485
10, 734, 583
78, 715. 873 899,901,346
10, 865, 237
76, 889; 983 402,941,410
10, 800, 677
76,889,716
405, 682, 583
10, 782, 958
76, 659, 772 408, 889, 220
10, 801, 669
76, 628,116
411, 208, 300
10, 755, 082 . 76, 597, 677 414,827, 274
10, 291, 861 • 76, 585, 840 417, 086. 241
10, 608, 692
78, 808, 567 420, 712, 909
11, 860, 288
76, 534, 026 422, 996. 959
11,343,140
76, 626, 764 425,472, 554
11, 286, 828
76,796,193
428, 440, 871
10,918,171
78, 628, 781 430, 974, 953
10, 822, 870
76, 527, 216 433, 648, 087
10. 729, 078
76, 897, 331 . 437,228,410
11, 557, 760
76, 708, 644 . 440,802,405
11,158, 952
76, 708, 892 443, 813, 845
10, 709, 439
78, 799, 537 447, 393, 242
9, 432, 627
76, 793, 513 449, 650, 406
8, 955, 254
76, 818, 427 452,109, 947
10, 649, 456
76,874, 969
456,950, 885
11, 658,805
76, 618, 254 460, 003. 325
12, 832, 692
76, 807,145
461 218,103
14, 485, 014
70, 875, 555 468, 988, 835
18, 995, 815
77; 198, 068 475,176, 849
18, 798, 046
77, 839, 558 480, 587,488
20, 299, 954
77, 688, 844 485, 919, 803
21,277.979
77, 696, 840 490, 540, 824
22, 671, 532
77, 698,-303 491 970, 840
25, 870, 383
77, 740, 09G 501, 215, 806
27,800,434
77, 938, 913 505, 818, 874
29,172, 111
77, 917,108
509, 962, 377
31,729,052
77, 947, 619 515, 885, 939
86, 583,124
77,181, 806
520, 349, 998
40,.148, 730
76, 995, 390
524, 957, 388
48, 973, 518
70,511,060
529, 019, 947
47, 580, 082
77, 301, 515
584,857,565
50, 818, 836
77,235,022
538,440,982
53, 969, 488
76, 586.155
542, 079, 363
57, 940, 646
76,910,813
546,721,190
61, 401, 457
77,096,549
550, 082, 746
65, 720, 460
77, 294, .571
555,550,397
• 68, 912, 8.57 77; -433, 950
559,401,987
72,501,576
77,195, 831
563,262, 767
76, 669,151
76, Gil, 232
567, 269,118

99

TRE.A SURER.
M©o 3-4o,- - E S T I M A T E D

STOCK O F S I L V E R COIN AND B U L L I O N AT T H E E N D O F EAGM

M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.
Month.

$414, 410,735
414, 966, 785
415, 742, 835416, 412, 885^
417, 122, 835
417,. 878, 985
418, 666, 985
41S, 900, 985
419, 047, 305
419,. 195, 305
419, 332, 305
419,, 332, 450
419, 832, 450
419, 332, 450
419, 332,550
419, 382,550
419, 332, 550
419, 332, 777
419,, 832, 777
419, 332, 777
419, 333, 029
419, 383, 029
419, 833, 029
419, 383, 208
419, 758, 208.
420, 504, 208
421, 176,408
421, 776,408
422, 176; 408
422, 426, 749
422, 626, 749
422, 826. 740
422, 927, 039
423; 127,039
423, 277, 219
423, 289, 219
423, 289, 219
42.3, 289, 219
428, 289, 309
423, 289, 309
423, 289, 309
423, 289,629
423, 289,629
424, 789, 629
426, 289, 916
427, 789,916
429, 289,916
430, 790,041
431, 852, 041
434, .502, (Ml
437, ,202,141

1892—July
-.
August.....
September...
Octoher
November..
December ..
1893—January
February...
M a r c h .'.
April.......
May........
June
July ...
August.
September..
October
Novemher..
December ...
1894—January
Fehruary —
March
April
May
June
July
August
Septeniber . .
October
November..
Decemher...
1895—January
February....
M a r c h .."
April.......
May
June
Ju.ly
August.
Septemher ..
Octoher
November ..
December...
1896—January
February ...
March
April
May
June
July
August
Septemher . .

M®«

Standard
dollars..

Bullion.
$80, 479, 594
83,483,551
86, 000, 551
89,872,154
92, 999, 927
90,743,988
99, 282, 961
102,973, 771
106, 709,122
110, 3l5i 196
114,289,140
118,173:, 820
119.277,735
122, 200, 780'
1 2 1 212, 787
126, 281,553
127, 262, 287
127, 207, 874
127, 215,171
127,216,957
127,220,207
127, 228; 437
127, 2 3 1 643>
127, 267, 347
127,113, 753
126,454,771
126,1.01 475
125,261,863
125, 351, 523
125,014,161
124,852,079
124, 551, 374
124, 673,187
124,583,685
124,528, 559
124, 479, 849
121670,701
124, 687, 228
124, 652,406
124, 721, 501
124, 60-3:, 759'
124, 812, 532
124,575,129
12.3,171,286
122,187,20&
120, 939, 560^
119,989,914
119-, 053, 695118,75-3,758
116,881, 740
114, 829, 399

Fractional
coin.

Total.

•$77,500, 000 $572, 396, 329'
77, 472, 912 575, 923,198
77, 487, 707 • 579,211,006
77,484,987
583,269,976
77, 475, 318 587, 598, 080
77, 898, 748 592, 519, 721
77,887,460
595, 777, 406
74,993,714
596,8:74, 470
77,197, 380; 602, 953, 757
77, 370, 715 606,881,210
77, 558, 2'1!2' 611,179,657
77,256.2.12
614, 762, 482
76, 563, 878
6i;5.174, OGU
77, 036, 067
618:.'. 569, 277
77, 598-,621
621,171,958
76,977,002
822,. 571,105
78,980,353
623:, 555,170
77,491207
624, 034, 858
77,041,547
623,589,495
76,516.806
623, 068, 534
76,681,555
623, 214, 791
76,827.432
62-3,188,898
75. 527, 223:
622:,-091,895
76,122,875
622, 723, 430
76, 22.1, 063
623,091,024
76,167,701
623,12G, 683
75,054, 481
622; 385, 364
75, 667,112:
622, 705, 383
76, 381, 359
023, 859, 290
77,155, 722:
624, 596, 632
77,192,015
624,671,443
77,071,742
624, 449, 865
78,450, 557
624, 050, 783
76,169, 589
023,.880, 293
76, 375, 930
624,181,708
76, 772, 583
6 2 1 541, 631
77, 005,441
625,-025, 364
78,145., 901
62-4,122, 346
76, 291, 880
624, 233, 595
77,. 259,180
625, 269, 990
78,448,506
626,341,574
77,182,006
625,084,167
78, 573, 872'
626,438,630
78-, 504, 547
626:, 525, 462
- 78,218,677
626,893,790
77, 948, 516
026,677,988
78,994,051
626, 278, 881
75, 730, 781
825,574,517
75, 867, 706
626,273,505
75, 609, 288
626,793,049
75, 354, 781
627,, 386, 321

3 5 o — U N I T E D STATES N O T E S , T R E A S U R Y N O T E S , AND NATIONAL-BANK N O T E S
OUTSTANDING AT T H E E N D OF E A C H MONTII, FROM J U N E , 1878.

Month.
1878—Juno
July
August
September.
October
Novemher .
December..
1879—January . . .
Fehruary...
March
April
May
June.
July
August
September.
October
November .
December..




;'Ernited States!
notes.
$346.,
346,
346,
346,
346:,
348,
346,
340,
846,
846,
346,
846,
346,
346,
846;
846;
346,
346,
346,

Treasury
notes.

Na;tional-bank notes.
$322, 919, 810
321, 945, 415
321, 641,, 533
320, 761, 850
321, 121, 041
322, 032,. 882
322, 80S.. 580
323, 409,195
325, 038,476
326:, 093. 402
828, 442, 966
328, 676, 747
328, 982,. 073
- •3-29,.241.893
380, 062, 713
333, 649, 736'
336, 581, 621
339, 494,074
341, 852,242

Total.
$869', 600,826
668:, 628, 431
668, 322, 549
667. 442, 666
687, 862, 057
668, 713, 878
669, 489, 576
670,. 090, 211
671, 717, 492
672, 774, 418
675,. 123,982
675, 357, 763
675,. 648, 089
675-, 925, 909
676,. 743, 729
680,. 330, 752
683, 262, 640
686„ 175,090
688, 533, 258

100

R E P O R T ON T H E FINANCES.

I¥®8 3 5 9 — U N I T E D STATES N O T E S , TREASURY N O T E S , AND NATIONAL-BANK NOTES
OUTSTANDING AT T H E E N D OF EACH MONTH, FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.
Month.
1880—January . .
February .
.March
April
May . . . . . .
June..
• July
August...
September
October...
Novemher
December.
1881—January .February.
March
April
May . . . . . .
June
July
August...
Septemher
October...
November
December.
1882—January . .
February.
March -•...
April
May
June
July
August...
September
October...
Novemher
December.
1883—January . .
February.
March
April
May . . . . . .
June
July......
August...
September
October...
Novemher
Decemher.
18*84—January . .
February.
March
April
May
June
July
August...
September
October...
November
Decemher.
1885-Januar^'^..
February.
March
April
May
June
July
August...
September
October
November
December.
1888—January . .
February.
March
April.....
May
June
July
August...
September




United States
notes.
$346 681,,016
346 681,,018
346 681,,016
.016
846 881
346 681,,016
681,,01G
846
846 681,,016
848 681,,016
846 681,, 016
348 881,,016
846 881,,016
348 681,,016
346 681,,016
.,
346 681, 018
346 681,,016
848 881,,016
,016
348 881
346 681,,016
846 681,,016
346 681,,016
848 681,,016
348 681,,016
,016
848 681
346 681,,016
,016
346 681
348 681,, 010
346 681 016
346 681,, 016
346 881,,016
846 681,,018
.016
346 681
346 681,,018
348 681,,016
346 881,,016
346 881,,016
846 881,,018
846 681,,016
846 681,,016
346 681,,018
346 681,,016
348 881
,016
348 681,,016
348 681,,016
346 681,,016
846 681,,010
348 681,,016
846 681 016
346 681,,016
846 881,,016
346 681,,016
346 681,,016
348 681,,016
,016
348-881
848 681,,018
,018
348 681
846 681,,0.18
831,,018
346
,016
348 681
,
348 681 OIG
846 681,,016
681,,016
348
346 681,, 016
346'681,,016
346 681..016
346 681,,016
846 681,,016
848 681,,016
348 681,,016
816 681,,016
848 881,,016
346 681,,010
348 681,,016
346 681,,016
846 681,,010
848 6S1,, 016
846 681,,016
348 881,,016
848 681,,016
.010
846 681
346 681,, 016
846 681,,016

Treasury
notes.

N.ationalbank notes.
$343,
343,
843,
844,
344,
343,
843,
313,
348,
343,
343,
343,
343,
34.3,
847,
852,
353,
351,
858,
857,
858.
859,
861,
381,
361,
8G1,
360,
360,
350,
357,
857,
!59.
i62,
881,
381,
1,
381,
380,
359,
858,
357,
358.
855;
853,
352,
351,
350,
349,
348,
345,
344,
342,
840,
338,
337.
336;
335,
338.
330,
828,
326,
323,
820,
319,
316,
318,
315,
315,
316,
315.
816,
316,
817,
317,
31.5,
313,
811,
308,
308.
804,
803,

Total.
$689. 868, 446
689: 922, 267
890. 830,^17
091, 219, 600
691 359, 243
890, 571,917
090. 462, 727
090; 338, 983
690, 128,758
690, 080. 412
08;) 978,176
890, 473,848
090, 532,189
639, 923,494
693 735,178
893, 728,113
700. 285, 909
701 298,131
703, 594, 249
704, 180, 922
705, 086, 656
708, 544,016
708, 190, 656
708, 538, 484
708, 581, 780
707. 776,666
707, 596, 803
707. 041 905
705, 708, 070
704. 283,580
704, 855,158
708, 515,446
708, 937, 678
708, 480, 851
708. 872, 585
708: 583,806
707, 991, 864
707: 105,113
705 873,019
705, 227,970
704, 138, 266
702: 758,224
701 794, 839
700, 587,890
699. 409.180
693. 209,436
698; 981, 900
696. 830, 387
695: 361, 822
692. 485, 957
890; 716, 521
897,543
899, 525
685, 373, 628
683, 746, 371
682, 812,980
681 724, 954
679. 688, 788
677. 481,499
675. 073, 348
672, 730, 923
670: 317,186
667 578, 411
668, 098, 820
683, 670. 262
663, '•.88, 097
662 G59, 857
682 112, 723
663 029,138
861 960,103
683; 429, 863
663, 193,319
663, 681,178
688: 082, 268
661, 831, 405
859, 942, 890
857, 849.181
655, 191, 907
852, 919, 554
650, 930. 631
649, 780,828

101

TRE.\SURER.

W©o 8 5 o — U N I T E D STATES N O T E S , T R E A S U R Y N O T E S , AND NATIONAL-BANK NOTEJ
.OUTSTANDING AT T H E E N D O F E A C H M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.
TJnited S t a t e s
notes.
1886-October....
November .
December..
1887-January . . .
February ..
March
April
May
June
July
August
Septemher .
October
November .
December..
1888—January . . .
February ..
March
April
May
June
July
August
vSeptember .
Octoher
NoA^emhor .
Decem ber..
1889—January...
February..
March
April
May
June
July
August
Septeniber.
Octoher
November .
Decemher .
1890—January . . .
February..
March
April
May
June
July
August
September.
October . . .
November .
December..
1891—January . . .
February..
March
April
May
June.
July
August
September.
October
November .
December .
1892—January . . .
February ..
March
April
May
Juiie
July
August
September.
Octoher
November .
December..
1893—January . . .
February ..
March
. April
May
,.,'
June




$840. 681, 010
840, 681,010
348, 681,016
348, 881, 018
846, 681,010
346, 681,016
348, 881,616
346, 881, 016
348, 681, 016
848, 681, 016
348, 6 8 1 016
346, 681,016
348, 681,016
346, 681,018
346, 68l;016
346, 881,018
346, 681, 010
348, 881. 010
346, 68i;016
346, 881,010
346, 881.016
348, 681, 016
346, 881, 018
846, 681,016
346, GSl, 018
346, 881,010
348, 881,018
848, 881,016
346, 681,016
346, 081,016
846, 881,016
348, 881, 016
346, 681, 016
346, 881, 0.16
846. 081,016
846, 881,016
348, 681 010
346, 881; OIG
848, 881, 016
846, 8 8 1 016
348, 881,018
848, 681, 016
848, 681,016
346, 881, 016
346, 681, 016
346. GSl, GIG
346, 681, 016
346, 081,016
346, 681,016
346, 881, 016
346, 681, 016
348, GSl, 016
348, 681,016
848, 881,016
846, 681, 016
348, 881, 016
848, 681, 016
346, 681,016
346. 881,016
846, 881,016
846, 681,016
346, 881, 016
348, 881,016
846, 681, 016
846, 681,016
346, 681,016
846, 681,016
346, 681,016
848, 681, 016
846, 681, 016
348, 681,016
348, 681,016
346, 681,016
348, 681,016
846, 681,010
348, 881, 010
848, 881, 016
848. 881.016
846: 881,016
881,016
348, 681,016

Treasury
notes.

$3, 609, 000
8, 089, 000
18,949,000
19, 258, 800
24,090,500
28, 804, 000
33,150, 700
87,093,200
41,731,200
45. 677, 347
50; 228, 417
54, 994, 035
59, 686, 035
64,251,180
68, 725, 270
72,959, 652
77, 827,102
81,553,000
85, 236, 212
89,802,198
93, 228, 690
97,891,986
101, 712, 071
105, 566,170
109. 382, 637
112, 484, 835
116,611,233
120. 798, 718
124, 745, 623
127,046,489
131,867,853
135, 490,148
139, 089, 778
143.189, 874
147.190, 227

N.ationalbank notes.

Total.

$301, 309, 290
$647, 990, 306
299,144, 278
845, 825, 292
298, 572, 072
643, 253, 088
292, 782, 727
G89, 483, 743
288, 864, 797
635,545, 813
238, 950, 711
633,681,727
284, 793, 311
681, 474, 827
281.982, 407
628,863,423
278, 917, 073
625, 598, 089
276, 288, 312
822, 969, 828
274,128, 829
820, 809, 845
272,721, 580
019, 402, 546
271, 915, 258
818, 596, 274
269, 690, 378
616,371,394
208, 303, 854
615, 0 4 1 870
265, 702, 684
612, 388, 650
262, 452, 593
609,133,809
259, 997, 204
608, 678, 220
258, 428, 501
605,107,517
255,581, 273
602,282,289
252, 203, 941
598, 884, 957
249, 458, 735
596.184, 751
248, 847, 027
598, 028, 043
248, 529, 002
590, 210, 018
•239, 258, 217
585, 939, 233
238, 328, 872
588. 007, 888
233, 554, 192
580, 235, 208
229, 0 4 1 824
575, 722, 840
221 248, 585
570, 929, GOl
221,028, 621
567,709,637
218, 508, 473
585,187,489
215, 286, 737
581,967,753
211,197, 683
557, 878, 699
267, 993, 689
554, 674, 705
205, 763, 371
552, 444, 387
208, 587, 802
550, 248, 818
201, .925, 825
548, 606i 841
199. 548, 687
546, 227, 653
197, 087, 885
543, 788, 401
1 9 1 447, 219
541,128,235
192, 000, 458
538, 881, 469
190, 274, 602
586, 955, 618
189, 284, 900
535, 945, 916
187, 861, 523
584,042, 539
185,748, 590
582, 429. 808
184, 253, 808
530, 934, 884
183.134, 753
583, 4.21 789
181, 602, 915
588, 352, 931
179, 610, 433
540, 246, 449
178, 329, Oil
544, 268, 827
177, 088, 171
547, 859, 687
175,303, 549
550, 788, 585
178, 423, 024
553, 254, 740
171, 535, 064
555, 809, 280
170, 227. 648 ,
558, 639, 862
188, 850; 839 I 581, 209, 202
187, .577, 214
584, 488, 647
188,166, 989
589, 841, 990
171,181 309
577, 501, 360
171,785, 146
582,717,292
172,184, 558
587, 590, 844
172, 998, 607
592, 634, 275
178, 078, 585
597, 086, 703
173, 205, 496
601, 439, 512
172, 621, 875
604, .589,103
172, 529, 451
608, 812, 885
172, 476, 575
612, 886. 281
172, 499, 349
616, 572, 351
172, 883, 850
621, 076, 937
172, 527, 713
621771-899
172, 858, 429
628, 726, 082
172, 786, 700
631, 952, 111
172, 432, 146
635, 724, 395
173, 614, 870
641, 092, 599
174, 404, 424
645, 831, 063
174, 891, 253
649, 018, 758
175, 422, 388
853,971, 257
176, 094, 544
858, 265, 708
178, 855, 014
082, 806, 408
177,181 254
687, 085,144
178, 718, 872
072, 585,115

102

R E P O R T . ON T H E FINANCES.

K®e 3 § o — U N I T E D STATES N O T E S , T R E A S U R Y NOTES:, AND- NA.TIONAL-B'ANK N O T E S ,
OUTSTANDING AT T H E END O F EACH MONTH,, FROM. J U N E , 1878—Gontin.ucd.

Month.
1808.-July
August.-.
SeptemberOctober
November
December
1894—JauTiary
February
March...
April.,.
May
June...
July
August.
September
October.
November
December
1895—Janiuary ....
February
March
April...
M:ay
June
July
August
Soptember
October
November
December
1896^—January
February
March
. April
•May
June
July
Aug.ust
September

M.O:

-

—

-....

,
.-

.

United States
notes.
$346, 681, 016
346-, 681,016
346, 681, 016
346-, 681, 016
318, 681, 016
346, 881, 016
346, 681,016
348, 881, 016
346, 681, 016
846, 681,018
346, 681, 016
848, 681,016
846, 681, 016
346, 681, 016
346, 681, 018
346, 681, 016
346, 881, 016
346, 681, 016
846, 881, 016
346, 881,016
346, 681, 016
346-, 681,016
346, 681, 016'
846, 681, 016
346, 681, OIG
348, 681, 016
346, 681,016
846, 681,016
346, 681, 016
348, 681, 016
348, 681, 016
346, 881, 016
34 6i 881, 016
846, 681, 016
881, 016
881,010
348, 881, 016
346, 681, 016
346, .681,0,16
346,

Treasury
notes.

N a t ionalbank notes.

Total.

$148', 288,.848 $183, 755,147
$678, 722, 511
149, 881, 958
198,988,368
695,,543, 342
151, 319, O40'
208, 890, 579
70-6:, 890, 635
152, 785,188
209,311,993
708, 728^ 197
153^ 458, 629
208, 948,105709, 082, 750
158,160-, 151 208, 538, 844
708,880,011
153, 07O-, 908
707, 614, 031
207, 882,107
153; GOl, 181
207,479; 520 - 707; 181, 720
152, 000; 817
207, 875, 695 • 707,457,028
207, 833, 032
152, 813, 072:
- 707,827,120
207,245,019
152, 679^ 742
700,605,777
207,353,244
152, 5 8 1 417
706,. 018, 677
207, 539,066
152,447,126
706; 667, 208
207,592,215
706,424,600
152,151, 389
207, 564, 458^
705, 854, 741
151, 609; 287
207, 565, 090
705,386,674
151,1.46,568
200, 688-, 337
701 846, 423
150,979; 076
704,110, 457
150', 828,731
206, 665, 710
702,780,128
156, 751, 541
285, 297, 571
702; 429, 824
150,705,157
205, 043, 651
70-1552,316
150; 830-, 089
207, 541, 211
149, 584, 471
209, 719, 850
- 705,985,387
.148,041 280^
211,478, 716
706,204,012
148', CSS,. 460
211,691,035:
701 460,451
I45-, 490; 280
70-3;.548, 841
211, 372, 045
144, 495-, 280
703, 515, 490
212, 889, 200
143, 686; 280
212, 851, 934
703, 199. 230
141, 09-2, 280^
701, 680^, 926
213, 887,680
189, 583, 289700,221894
2l'.8, 960,598•
698; 169, 269
187, 771, 280218, 716, 973
218, 496, 547 - 697,501,843
187,324,2S0
217,181, 917
136, 719, 280
700,582.213
221, 816, 027
136,081,280704, 078, 823
224,189, 387
133; 0G9-, 280
703; 939, 633
181, 385, 280703, 354, 231
225, 287, 935
70-2;. 384, 848
129; 683, 280
226, 000, 547
701,054, 388
128, 848, 280
226, 030; 042
703; 038,192
229,013,896
126, 741, 280
233:,. 639, 357 • 705,321 G5'3
125, 0 0 1 280

3 6 o — G O L D C E R T I F I C A T E S , S I L V E R C E R T I F I C A T E S , AND C U R R E N C Y C E R T I F I CATES OUTSTANDING AT T H E E N D O F EACH M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878..

Month.
1878—June
July
....:
August...
SeptemherOctoher
.
November
December-.
1879—JaiLuary
Februa,ry
March .*
.
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
Novemher
DeGember'.1880—Januai\y
February
MarGh
April

—

—
....

—
.-

June:
July
August
Septemher.
Ootober
Novemher .
December,.




aold
certificates.

Silver
certificates.
$1, 482, 600
3, 807,630
6,133, 880
2,028,070
2, 70S, 350
2, 273,520
2, 496,130
2, 571,180
2, 308,180
2, 326, 530
i; 977, 020
2, 366, 960
2; 466, 959
2, 785, 850
3, 281, 850
4, 221, 850
6,135, 850
7, 067, 910
8, 712, 910
9, 052, 919
9, 869. 920
11, 628, 920
12, 043, 720
12, 3 7 1 270
12, 374, 270
12, 689; 290
13,138, 046
18, 521, 9G0'
27,118; 960
85, 07-7, 28045, 582, 130-

Currency
certificates.
$46, 815, 000^
51, .580; 00049, 27.5, 000
40; 890; 06035, 840; 00087,190; 00034, 700; 000'
41,200,000:
46; 100, 00027; 725, 000
32; 045, 000
27,085,00030; 805, 000.*
40; 84t); OGO:
85, 835, 000
81, 215, 00022; 510; 060
14, 270; 00010; 515, 00012,900,000
11,765,000^
8. 495, 000
9; 160, 00013, 250, 009
1 1 595, 000
15, 665, O O
G
1 1 310, G O
G
9, 975, COO
8, 775, 000
8. 525, 000
7,005,GOO

Total.
.$92; 644, 6G0
97, 211, 030
93,425,280
75,744, 670
71,358, 350
73:, 428, 420
58; 778, 830
61, 397, 880
65,187,680
46, 356, 230
49;794,820
44,815,880
48, 685, 850
58,866, 55053„745, 550
50;. 347, 750
43,286, 850
34, 717,110
31,565, 010
32,. 364, 010
31, 217, 520
28, 979, 420
29, 434, 320
38, 674, 370
34, 973, 870
36, 238, 890
32,145, 940
36; 008, 660
43,343,460
51, 002. 780
59, 246, 010

103

TBEASDRER.

M o . @^o—GOLD C E R T I F I C A T E S , S I L V E R C E R T I F I C A T E S , AND C U R R E N C Y C E R T I F I CATES OUTSTANDING AT T H E E N D O F E A C H M O N T H , FRO.M J U N E , 1878—Cont'd.
Gold
certificates.
1881—January
February
March
April
May
June
July
Aug.ust
Sep'tember..
October
November . .
December—
1882-January
February —
March
April
May
June
. July
August
September..
October..
Novemher...
December...
1883—January....
February...
March
April
May
June
July
August
Sei)temher..
October..,..,
November...,
December...
1884—January
February...
March
April
^'^J
June
July
August
September..
October.
November...
Deeeoiber...
1SS5—January
February...
March
April
May
June
July
August
Septem b e r . .
Ootober
November ..
December..1886—January
February...
Maj-ch
April
May
June
Jt^l^y
August
Sepi e m b e r . .
Octoher
Novemher..
Decemher...
1887—January
Fehruary...
M a r c h .."
April
May
June
July
August




541, 480
541, 480
171,800
962, 600
912, 600
782, 920
749, 820
400, 920
248, 920
207, 920
207,920188,120
188.120
188;i20
166, 920
072,120
055,420
037,120
017; 940
4., 992, 040
4, 907,440
28, 360,440
85, 408, 540
64, 619, 840
72, 776:, 940
74, 850, 740
74, 969, 720
81, 338, 620
83, 460,940
82, 378; 640
83, 452, 040
82, 992, 740
82, 495, 240
83-, 328,940
85, 932,920
91, 931,920
101, 250, 020
108, 443,500
104, 238, 400
101, 116, 200
98, 812, 260
98, 392, 660
118, 017, 320
121, 719, 920
120, 988, 620
120, 348, 826
120, 075, 850
119, 631,150
184, 279,586
15.3, 110,220
153, 387,580
153, 860, 090
142. 924,360
149, 323,140
140, 611,320
140, 491,720
140, 387,030
140, 186,810
140, 047,080
189, 710,080
189, 345, 660
189, 3G8, 080
137, 573, 570
137, 112,100
131, 855,695
131, 171245
126, .976,877
126, 892, 327
125, ,348, .1.27
125, 173,427
124, .990,327
121, 701, 409
124, 508, 789
124, 214.595
123, 803,625
123, 339,525
123, 062, 885
121, 486, 817
113, 088,647
111, 773, 547

Silver
certificates.
$46. 800, 220
47,881260
50,178, 900
50, 080.146
50, 778, 250
51,168, 530
51, 988, 980
57, 578, 310
64,149, 910
86, 327, 870
06, 668, 830
63, 675, 230
68, 999, 670
68,671480
63, 855, 870
07,781,360
67, 786, 220
68, 096, 710
67,119, 210
69, 440, 210
71,569,210
73,607,710
73, 095, 660
72, 848, 880
72,745,470
73, 295. 970
77, 825, 331
80, 771, 331
80, 083, 331
88, 616, 881
89,271,411
92,651,981
94, 490, 241
99,579,141
101,782,811
109, 8.98, 611
110,137,051
110,137, 821
116, 408,161
116,371 '^31
117, 800, 091
119, 811,091
120, 404,341
121,181,921
123, 260, 721
181, 556, 581
133,940,121
138,168, 291.
141,196, 701
141, 419, 831
148,861841
141, 5S5, 086
140, OGO, 776
189, 901, G46
139, 213, 086
138,792,186
125,879,708
125,053,286.
124, 737,108
124,343,776
123,740,378
128, 228, 476
122, 532, 996
121, 874,196
119,595,145
115,977,675
115, 292, 902
1 1 1 593, 252
117,943,102.
117,889,102
.119,657,102
124,585,102
125, 053,102
128,597,102
138,143,388
142,748,180
144,432,492
145, 548.150
148,375,800
.158, 873,128

Currency
certificates.
$8,630,000
7,965,000
6, 805, 000^
8, 295, 000
10, 880, 000
11,925,000
10,740,000
9,625, 000
8,315,000
8,310,000
0,045,000
9,590,000
11,400.000
11,550,000
11,140,009
11,115,000
12,330,000
13, 320,00012,730,000
12,000,000
10,670,000
9,945,000
9,845,000
9,585,000
12,490,000
11,840,000
9,715,000
10,105, OOO
11, 805, 000
13,375,000
12.910, 000
12,145,000
11,945,000
12,620,000
14,465:000
14,5GO,00O
16,880,000
18,215,000
15,475,000
15,025,000
11,050,000
12,385,.0O0
13, 230,.000
11420,000
15, 945, 000
17,855,000
22,695,000
21,920, 000
30,130, 000^
30, 580, 000
27,215,000
25, 450, 000
27, 240,.000.
. 29,785,000
31,680,000
31,.56O,.O0O
. 23,880,000
18, ,555, OGO
.17,765,000
.14,.055,.GOO
14, 850, 000
15, 305,-000
12,J65,.00O
. 11,740,660
.14,540,000
. 18, 5!)0,000
-.19,575,606
12, .7.0.5, 000
. .7,855,-000
. 7,180., 606
. 7 , 805, .000
.. 6, 710,600
. . 8, 820, .0.00
. 8, 430, 000
. 7, 5.45, .000
. 8, 510, 000
. 9,400,-000
9, OSO, 000
. 8, 810,.000
. , 7, 550,600

Total.
$61, 971, 7C0
02,890,740
63,155, 700
64,937,740
67, 545, 850
68, 874, 450
68,473.800
72, 804, 230
77, 713, 830
79, 845, 590
80, 918, 750
83,458, 350
85. 587, 790
85, 412, 600
84, 662, 290
83, 988, 480
85,121, G40
84,458,880
8 1 867,150
86, 482, 250
87,146,650
109, 918,150
118, 849, 200
147, 053, 500
158, 012, 410
159, 488, 710
162, 810, 051
172, 209, 951
175, 290,-271
184,370,471
185,683,451
187,789,721
188, 930, 481
195, 528, 081
202,180,731
215, 490. 581
228,287,871
238, 796, 321
286,119, 581
232, 515, 481
227,182,351
230,589, 351
251, 851, 861
257,271,841
260,142, 841
269,751851
276, 710,471
282, 719, 441
. 30.5, 606, 231
325,110, 051
323, 914, 871
820,895,170
310,825.136
810, 009, 786
311, 504, 408
310, 848, 906
289,846,736
.283,744,896
282, 549,166
278,108.858
277,936,036
277,841,586
272,871,560
270, 728, 296
265, 990, 840
265,651,920
261, 8-44, 779
253, 690, 579
251,144, 229
250,202, 529
251, 952, 429
255,996,511
258,881,841
259,241,697
269,491, 963
274, 597, 655
278, 894, 827
276; 109, 967
270, 2-71 447
278,196, 675

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REPORT ON THE FINANCES.

N®o 3 6 o — G O L D C E R T I F I C A T E S , S I L V E R C E R T I F I C A T E S , AND C U R R E N C Y C E R T I F I CATES OUTSTANDING AT T H E E N D OF E A C H M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878—ContM.'
Gold
certificates.
1887—September...
October
November . . .
December
1888—January
February
March ..'..,...
April
May
June
July-...
August
Septemher...
October
November . . .
December
1889—January
February
M a r c h .'.
April
May
"June
July-...
August
September...
Octoher
Novemher...
December
1890—January . . . . .
February
M a r c h .'.
April
May
June
July
August
Septemher...
October
November . . .
December
1891—J'.anu a r y
February
March
April
:May
June
July:...'
August..
September...
• October
November . . .
December
1892—January
February
March
April
]\1 a y
June
July. August
September . . .
October
Novemher . . .
Decemher
1893—January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September...
October
November . . .
Decemher
1894—January
Fehruary
March
April




Silver
certificates.

$127,
182,
180.
127.
125,
128.
12i:
120.
143:
142,
182:
i6i:
160
168;
168,
157
158,
155
155,
157
158
154,
153,
182,
158,
155,
154,
154:
159,
158,
159.
158.
158:
157.
160;
157,
174,
174,
175,
175,
175,
172,
168,
16i
158,
152,
149,
145,
140.
158;
161
165;
1

5158 274, 857
164 165, 451
172 582, 720
183 194, 993
194 251, 570
205 619, 128
210 896, 870
212 743, 041
217 103, 828
229 491, 772

178,
178,
175,
171
158,
154
152.
146.
148,
142.
141
138,
122,
116,
114
104
94;
87,

138,971
542, 981
755, 591
744, 451
522,181
660,031
605, 413
4 1 1 793
155, 840
023,150
198,800
341, 750
354,600
777,150
706,180
016,150
030,110
018,530
412,642
398, 222
394,802
028, 552
211, 352
950,752
749,152
863, 052
151, 209
301,989
110,089
827,689
552,289
785, 039
261,519
542, 979
021,869
388,269
163, 519
856, 889
072, 069
481,989
731, 499
274,899
387, 529
199, 999
902,149
455, 429
720,209
9 9 1 359
784,059
890,739
852,139
578,839
065,7G9
151,419
002, 999
644, 879
765,729
598,929
600,329
284, 589
555,989
437, 339
821, 639
347, 889
375, 589
170, 989
621, 439
160,339
794, 639
041,189
704, 739
979, 419

so; 756.

79.
79;
78
77,
77,
71
70,
70,

819
005,109
812,169
487,769
098, 769
042,219
444, 219
098, 219

Currency.
certifica.fces.

227 041 965
225 187, 728
228 881, 476
237 187, 778
246 250, 274
250 178, 566
250 054, 551
252 846, 851
256 023, 915
258 391, 038
899
281 742, 746
282 629, 896
265 208, 196
274 722,
280 497, 767
279 048, 317
580
279 213, 039
285 202, 889
284 585, 039
288 239, 453
294 018, 953
297 861, 106
299 592, 751
801 589 171
802 191 071
808 423, 571
811 178, 374
310 649, 024
3.10 558, 778

809 855, 874
807 082, 474
307 168, 782
313 389, 857
318 242 153
315 551, 185
314 715, 459
315 489 209
324 213 559
324 986, 401
328 888, 918
824 274, 318
824 772. 643
328 351 343
828 421, 852
829 272, 002
830 499, 002
830 904, 304
831 614, 304
881•809, 304
881 068, 804329-469, 304
826 850 304
326 251, 504
825 783, 504
828 146, 504
328 029, 504
828 226, 504
828 806, 504
823 766, 504
880 957, 504383 081, 504
829 088, 504380 884, 504
883•444, 504
884 138, 504
384 584, 504
504
388 919, 504
338 081, 504
383•202,
339•873,

j

$6, 885.
.,000
7,885,
,000
7,155,
,000
7,115.
.,000
,000
10, 925,
,000
11, 655,
,000
9, 565,
10, 855 ,000
12,700 ,000
,000
14, 865,
,000
15, 805,
,000
14, 735,
',000
13, 310,
,000
11, 970,
,000
11, 510,
,000
10, 720,
,000
14,010.
,000
16, 200;
11960.,000
,000
14, 890.
1,000
18, 420:
1,000
16, 975.
,
17, 605, 000
,000
17, 005,
,000
16,045
,000
12, 880.
1,000
10, 750,
1,000
9, 570.
1,000
11,720:
,000
10,480:
,000
8, 650,
,000
8, 985,
•,000
10,195,
,000
12, 280,
,000
11,860,
,000
9, 230.
,000
7,170:
,000
6, 980:
1,000
6, 590.
,000
6, 820:
,000
11, 500,
,000
12, 530,
,000
11, 675,
,000
14, 270,
,000
18,060,000
22, 790.
,000
27, 445,
,000
29,185,
i,0O0
19, 835,
sOOO
11,09;- ,000
10,135,
,000
',000
9, 465,
,000
18, 850,
,
29, 440, 000
',000
81, 220,
1,000
80, 550,
',000
84, 020,
1,000
30, 320,
,000
27, 700.
,000
22, 770,
I
18, 260., 000
,000
11,110,
,000
8, 500,
,000
7, 590.
,000
15, 030,
,000
19, 760.
1,000
17, 090,
,000
15, 980,
,000
17, 780,
1,000
12, 365,
,000
8, 340,
sOOO
5, 685,
.,000
8, 28;
,000
22. 425.
,000
33, 825.
,000
89, 085,
,000
44, 975,
,000
47,
,000
,53, 080,
57,410:

$292, 098, 638
304, 098,382
310, 473,811
318, 054,444
330, 698, 751
340. 984, 209
342, 087, 283
348 812,834
372 959, 888
388, 179,922
404, 540,765
401 264, 478
402, 046, 076
415, 934,926
424, 466, 434
417. 914,716
420: 094,661
423; 580, 381
428, 898, 557
430.
479,255
484,
557, 701
483
638. 298
438
024, 748
454
677, 948
455,
291,919
448,
371, 369
444
1 1 1 789
. 449,
074, 028
455. 415,928
457, 547, 278
482 215,742
465. 081, 992
468: 043, 625
471 382, 730
474, 073, 040
475 041, 340
492, 507, 090
492, 288,043
492, 215, 093
492, 107,747
494, 204, 373
491, 973,373
493, 432, 311
496, 712, 856
492, 513,302
489,
961, 614
492,
65-4, 668
499.
392, 588
435;
555, 818
491
851140
498.
282, 057
499;
818,157
523
870, 412
536,
012, 782
538.
536. 495, 851
536: 893, 881
518. 889,781
514 533, 233
506, 109, 833
494, 072, 893
481 285, 293
477 397,843
474, 572, 943
479, 721, 893
469. 552, 093
461 980,493
456, 937, 943
451 948,843
487. 841,143
429. 868,693
415 076, 243
418, 732, 923
484. 908, 323
445, 874, 673
451, 775, 873
458, 157,273
456, 9S8,273
481, 908, 723
46- 720.723
•176,'723

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TREASURER.

N©o S@e—GOLD C E R T I F I C A T E S , S I L V E R C E R T I F I C A T E S , AND C U R R E N C Y C E R T I F I CATES OUTSTANDING AT T H E E N D O F E A C H M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878—Cont'd.
Gold
certificates.

1894—May
June..... f
July
August...
September
Octoher...
November
December.
1895—January . .
February .
M a r c h .."..
April
. May
June
July......
Au.gust —
September
October...
NoA^ember
December.
1898—Janu.ary . .
. February'- .
March
April
May
Juiie
July......
August...
Septemher

Mi}. 3 1

-ESTIMATED

Silver
certificates.

$69,
86,
88,
85,
64,
64,
59,
53,
52,
51,
48,
• 48,
48,
48,
48,
49,
50,
50,
50,
.50,
49,
41
43,
48,
48,
42,
40,
40,
40,

Month.

$339, 062, 504
337,148, 504
380, 519. 504
388, 710, 504
889, 676, 504
387, 712, 504
887, 629, 504
838, 924, 594
833, 798, 504
838,107,504
381,121, 504
830, 914, 504
828, 245, 504
828, 891 504
330, 932, 504
381, 51.8f504
338, 297, 504
342, 409, 504
344, 827, 504
845, 702, 504
345,991504
344, 377, 504
348, 825, 504
850,412, 504
846, 942, 504
842, 617, .504
344, 032, 504
357, 2 0 1 504
864, 478, .504

STOCK O F ALL K I N D S OF M O N E Y
M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878.

Month.
1873—June
July
August . . .
Septemher
October . . .
Novemher.
December .
1879—January...
February .
March
April
May
Juiie . . . . . .
July
August
September.
Octoher . . .
Novemher.
.December .
1880-January...
February..
March
April .
May
Julie ..
July
August ...
September.
October . . .
Novemher.
Decemher .
1881—January...
February..
March
April
May
June
July...:...
August
Septemher.
October . . .




Gold.
$213,
215,
218,
221,
220,
228,
231,
234,
236,
239,
241,
244,
245,
248,
256,
288,
807,
827,
888,
339,
342,
844,
346,
349,
351,
854,
865,
387,
405,
417,
436,
443,
446,
455,
473,
476,
478,
481
488,
501,
511,

199, 977
848, 786
186, 311
300, 413
043,368
625, 207
645, 490
199, 478
846, 723
583, 620
953, 581
414,180
741, 887
058,489
846,088
056, 727
984, 532
697, 387
540,249
524, 612
254,478
394, 974
887, 214
319,297
841,206
455,084
940, 999
138, 517
658,188
422, 204
201,090
342, Oil
079,544
519,986
214, 787
347, 500
4 8 1 538
380,029
785, 577
505, 052
830, 601

Silver.

Notes.

$87, 693, 799 $889, 800, 828
90, 287, 684
663, 626, 481
94, 954, 759
668, 322, 549
98, 7-43,150
867, 442, 686
99, 903, 755
687, 302, 057
104, 289, 850
868, 713, 378
105, 949, 417
889, 489, 576
109, 290, 641
670, 090, 211
111, 2 8 1 752
871,717,492
112, 595, 406
672,774, 418
118, 609, 788
675,128, 982
115,035, 994
675, 857, 768
117,143, 551
675,648,089
119,030,899
875, 925, 909
121, 828. 027
678, 748, 729
124, 094, 659
GSO, 380, 752
125, 864,170 883, 282, 840
129,868,734
886,175, 090
132,104,198
688,583, 258
135,167, 503 689, 868, 446
137, 322, 864 689, 922, 267
139, 452, 288 690, 680, 417
142, 890, 470 691, 219, 600
145, 221, 418 691. 859, 243
147, 721, 556 890,571917
151,060,734
690, 462, 727
158, 714, 409 690,338, 9il8
155, 294, 977 690,128, 758
158,161,650
690, 060, 412
160, 775, 789 689, 978,176
168,110, 894 890, 473, 848
166, 083, 933 890, 532,139
167, 095,110 689,923, 494
168,158,138
898, 785,178
170, 408, 017 898, 728,113
172,401,893
700, 285, 909
174, 789, 715 701, 298,131
178, 700, 508 703, 5 9 1 249
178, 799, 548 704,130, 922
181,127, 330 705, 086, 658
184, 298,180 706, 544, 016

Currency
certificates.
$.59. 370, 000
59.235,000
61,9-55,000
58, 785, 000
58, 305, 000
5 1 825, 000
57. 085, 000
48,965,000
41, 245, 000
37,855,000
87, 565, 000
87, 875, 000
48, 485, 000
55, 755, 000
57,040, 000
77, 085, GOO
67, 515, GGO
57,015,000
48, 785, 000
84. 450, 000
29, 215, 000
33, 070. 000
84, 680, 000
33, 295, 000
83. 670, 000
31, 990, 000
42,150, 000
39, 225, 000
84, 715, 000

Total.
$468, 448, 703
462,771,408
484, 525, 208
463,199, 203
4m, 827, 208
458, 845, 858
455,291,778
439, 810, 878
428, 026, 378
422,050,378
417, 614, 853
417,104,158
425,322,463
483,119, 483
436, 309, 413
457,889,413
456, 561, 413
450,010,893
443, 404, 398
430, 252, 398
425, 218, 498
421, 881, 998
426, 827, 978
427,524, 978
424, 281, 698
417,427, 693
426, 869, 698
436, 915, 69:;
439, 520, 048

AT T H E E N D OF EACH

Certificates.
$92,644, 600
97, 211, 030
98, 425, 280
75. 744. 670
71, 358, 850
73, 426, 420
58,.776, 830
81,397,880
85.187, 680
46, 356, 280
49, 794, 620
4 1 815, 060
48, 885, 650
58, 8G6, 550
53, 745, 550
50, 847, 750
48, 286, 850
84, 717,110
31, 505. 010
32, 884; 010
31,217,520
28, 079, 420
29, 434, 320
83, 674, 370
3 1 978, 870
36, 238, 890
32,145, 940
38, COS. 680
43, 343, 460
51, 002, 780
59, 246, 010
61971,700
62, 390, 740
03,155, 700
84,937, 740
67, 545, 850
68, 874, 450
68,478, 800
72, 601 230
77, 713, 830
79, 845, 590

063, 139,202
071 923,881
074. 888,899
088, 230,890
085, 105,530
075, 004, 855
085, 881, 313
074, 978, 210
085 038,852
071, 309, 874
080, 481, 971
079, 623, 597
087, 214,127
101, 881, 797
109. 183, 394
141, 429, 888
180, 328,192
177, 958,801
188, 742, 715
198, 924, 571
200, 717,124
208, 457, 099
210, 481, 604
219, 574, 328
225, 108, 549
282, 217, 435
242,
268, 146,311
297, 570, 912
319, 221,680
349, 178,899
361, 081,842
865, 879, 783
380, 4.88, 888
407. 588, 982
416. 286, 857
428, 580, 952
430, 428,834
444, 098, 581
485, 320, 277
482, 482,868
518, 387

106

R E P O R T ON T H E FINANCES.

W©« B 7 . — E S T I M A T E D

STOCK O F ALL K I N D S

O F M O N E Y AT T H E E N D OF EACH."

M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.
Month.
1831—November
December
1S82—January
February
March
April
•May.
June
—
July
August
Sep'tcmber . . . .
October
November
December .
1883—January
.
February'
March
April
May
June
July
August
.
Septeraber —
October
Novemher
December
188i—January
Fehruary
March
April
May
June
July
August
Soptember
October
November
December
1885—January
February
March
April
May
Juiie
July
August
Septemher
October
November....
Deeeuiher
1886—January
February
March
April.
May
June
July
August
September . . .
October
Novemher
December
1887—January
February
March..'
April
May
June
.
July
:
August
Septemher . . .
October
Novemher
December
1888- - J a n u . a r y
Febrnn.ry
M a r c h .'
April
May
d une




Certificates,
$516, 999,
521, 826,
525, 085,
520, 510,
520, 327,
520, 743,
509, 865.
506, 757,
504, 652,
505, 926,
509. 819,
515, 586,
520, 212,
524, 670,
528, 488,
530, 465,
535, 912,
538-, 660,
540, 444,
542, 782,
544, 812,
548, 409,
552, 197,
558, 078,
563:, 790,
566, 108,
568, 281,
568. 994,
557; 424,
541, 139,
541, 805,
545, 500,
549, 706,
554, 371,
557, 853,
582, 194,
572, 025,
576, 118,578, 828,
581, 162,
584, 168;
585, 874,
587, 127,
588, 697,
589, 979.
592; 378;
597, 236,
600, 445,
607, 128,
612, 980,
614, 128,
611, 4.84,
604, 428,
601, 980,
598, 868,
590, 774,
592, 725,
600, 098,
607, 829,
615, 023,
626, 528,
640, 418,
645. 869,
646; 880,
649, 194,
650, 578,
655, 423;
6 5 1 520,
658, 646,
663, 589,
681, 793,
695, 130,
699, 111,
704, 703,
706; 471,
707, 848,
708, 518,
711. 369,
706; 262,
705, 820,

$186, 2Q0,775 $703,190, 668
189, 248,630
70s; 538; 484
191, 226,186
703,561,780
193, 102, 068
707, 770, 886
197, 065,542
707, 598, 803
198, 192,873
707, 044, 905
201, 037; 484
705, 708, 070
202, 8 0 1 288
704, 283, 580
2 0 1 593,940
704,-85'5,158
206. 977,896
706, 515, 446
209, 934, 955
708, 987, 678
212, 948,203
703,480, 851
215,. 049, 230
705, 872, 585
218, 117,713
708, 583, 806
219, 985, 788
707,991,884
222, 562, 254
707,105,113
224, 976; 536
705, 873, 019
226, 906,129
705, 227, 970
229, 978:,.907
704,188, 286
233. 698; 415
702, 758, 224
234, 65-2, 989
701,791839
236, 725., 982
700, 587, 800
239, 0.11 417
099, 409,130
240, 718, 023
698, 209, 436
242, 281, 039
696; 981, 909
241 070, 406
696; 630, 867
246, 085, 588
695, 361, S22
248,. 206,150
692, 485, 957
250, 155,675
890, 716, 521
252, 087,795
683, 897, 548
253, 395, 212
686, 699, 525
254, 672, 855
685, 873, 828
257, 519,15S
683, 746, 871
259, 962.159
682, 812, 980
262, 496; 335
681, 724, 954
264, 531, 618
679, 888, 788
287, 087,101
677, 461, 499
269, 878, 728
675, 073, 348
271, 6 8 1 841
672, 730, 923
273, 285,380
670, 317, 186
275, 005,135
087, 578, 411
278,. 143,019
686,096,820
280, 574, 004
6G3, 670,262
282'. 883, 087
663,538, G97
679,132
662, 059, 857
284;;,.985,584
682,112,723
236, 645, 654
663,029,188
289;
681, 980,103
292, 080.180
663,429-, 863
294, 383, 673
663,193, 319
297, 057.181
299, 223, 016 663, 681,178
800, 779, 294 683, 882; 288
803, 261,523
661,831,405
308, 081, 894 659,942, 890
308, 158,727
057, 849,181
311, 876,421
655,191,G07
3 1 1 497,780
652. 919; 554
316, 918,188
650,930,681
320; 128, 079 649,780, 828
322, 978,222
64-7, 990,806
326, 098,143
645.825, 292
329, 468,886
648, 258, 088
382, 494,035
689,468, 743
835, 274, 667 035,545,313
342, 211,. 803 633,631,727
347, 001,639
681,471827
349, 963, 900 628, 688, 423
353, 4J55, 851 625,598,089
355, 857,723
622, 969, 328
357, 740,514
620; 809, 845
360, 791.991
619; 402,. 546
364, 257, 375 618,596,274
366,. 884,. 948 6.16,371,394
369, 398,109
615,044-, 870
372, 410,869
612; 383, 650
375, 178,309
609,183,609
377,. 714,653
60S,678,220
380, 277,114
695,107,517
382, 743, 968 602, 262, 289
380, 450,920
598, 834, 957

$80, 918, 750
83, 453, 350^
85, 587, 790
85,412, 600
81 662, 290
83; 963, 480
85,121, 640
84,458,330
84, 867,150
86, 432, 250
87,146, 650
109, 913,150
118, 349, 200
147, 058, 500
153, 012, 410159, 486, 710
182, 310, 051
172, 209, 951
175, 299, 271
184, 370, 471
185, 683, 451
lS-7, 789, 721
188, 930, 481
195,528,081
202, ISO, 781
215,490, 531
228, 267, 671
238, 796; 321
236,119, 561
232. 515, 481
227,162, 851
230, 589, 351
251, 6 5 1 661
257,271,841
260,142, 341
289,754,851
276, 710, 471
282, 719,441
305, 806, 231
325,110, 051
323, 914, 371
320, 895,176
310; 825,186
310. 009, 786
3 1 1 504, 406
310, 843; 906
289, 646; 736
238; 744,896
282, 549,166
278.108, 856
277; 986, 036
277,841, 536
272; 871, 566
270, 726, 296
265, 990, 840
285, 651, 920
261, 8 4 1 779
253, 890, 579
251,144,229
250, 202, 529
251, 952, 429
255, 996, 511
258,331,841
259, 241, 697
289, 491, 983
274, 597, 655
276, 894,827
276.109, 987
270,274,447
273,198,675
292, 098, 838
301 093, 382
310,473, 311
318,054,444
330, 693, 751
340,934,209
342, 067. 283
343, 312, 834
372, 959, 668
386,179, 922

Aggregate.
$1, 492 397, 870
1, 503, 085, 232
1, 510 441, 345
1,506, 801, 350
1, 509, 652, 882
1, 509, 949, 857
1, 501, 780,995
1, 498, 249,898
1 498, 788, 500
1, 505, 852, 087
1,515, 838, G65
1, 546, 858, 637
1, 561, 988, 787
1, 598, 405,781
1, 6 1 1 343, 220
1,619, 610, 288
1, 829, 072, 258
1, 643, 001 5S0
1, 649, 860^ G50
1,682, 554,173
1, 668, 898,791
1, 673, 512,780
1, 679, 551, 777
1, 892,,538,803
1, 705, 238,998
1, 722, 299, 4S9
1,737 946, 508
1, 741,482,036
1,731 418, 846
1, 711 640.176
1,709. 082, 777
1,718: 188, 831
1, 742; 628,853
1, 754, 418,194
1 762, 217, 036
1, 778, 189,401
1,793, 2 8 1 520
1,808. 290,012
1, 828. 800, 782
1, 849: 875, 540
1, 851 288, 275
1, 8.51: .009.780
1 842; 198; 797
1,845, 108,006
1,848, 223,129
1, 852, 320, 393
1, 839, 558,112
1, 838, 230, 289
1847, 439,588
1, 851, 340,312
1, 854, 909. 209
1, 853, 788; 007
1, 842 392. 835
1,838 691,271
1, 828 866, 800
1, 823 494, 709
1,821 938, 020
1 821. 637,752
1, 828. 377,494
1,836; 194,103
1, 850.
1, 869; 398, 977
1, 876; 188, 763
1, 876, 209, 537
943,014
i; 891 559, 817
1, 903, 652, 387
1,910, 885,396
1,909 688,742
l,-907 2-48, 209
1, 915 886, 824
1,954, 039, 695
1 982 077,406
1,992 841,147
2, 007; 200, 753
2; 021 964, 351
2, 033, 094,471
2, 034, 978,842
2, 040, 586, 874
2, 064 223, 416
2,077 136, 270

101

TREASURER.
MOo-

3*^6.—-ESTIMATED

STOCK,

OF

ALL KINDS

OF MONEY

A T T H E . E N D O F - EACifn

MONTH,, FROM J U N E , 1878^—Contin,ned.
Gold.
1888—July
August^
Septemher
Ootober
Novemher
Decem'ber
1889—Ja:nu:ary
February
M.archApril
May...
..!..
Juno.

—
—

—
:.

Au.g.uSit
September
October
November..
Decem'ber
1890—January
F e b r u a r y .'.
March..'
April
May
June
r
July
August
Septemher
October
—
November
December
1891—Ja.nuary
February
March....
April
May
June
July.
August
September
October
.:
Novemher
.
Decern b e r . . .
.
1892^January
February
M.arch
April
May...
June
July
A u g u s t ...
,.
S e p t e m b er
October
November
.
December
1893^—January
February..
,
Mairch
April
May
June
J u l y --August
Septemher.
Octoher
November......
D e c e m b e r .,
1'894—January
.
F e b r u. a r y
. March..'
April
May
June
July.
.
....
Au;gust
September
October
November...
3;>ecemheE
1895—January
Fehruary
.




$705, 158, 196
707,. 481, 335
709-, 881, 170
711, 705. 050
709; 994; 418^
704, 608, 179
705, 758, 221
705,. 954, 603
704, 778, 319
705:, 611, 209
698, 260, 235
079.. 559, 801
675, 558,. 008679; 859, 398
681,, 819', 487
684-, 194, 680
6S5, 749-, 280
680, 524, 863
690, 880, 770
692, 100, 955
693, 850, 282
695, 189, 833
696, 579, 009
696, 008, 805
691, 651', 019
689, 273, 807
020, 194
693,
887,
694, 881, 738
698, 100, 777
704, 008, 811
707, 5S4, 831
70.5,. 904, 827
700, 495, 069
689-, 998, 821
661, 591, 868
648. 458. 928
644;. ,489, 425
647;, 308, 823
G58, 545, 035
670:,. 77-4, 108
677, 815, 595
6S6v 588, 980:
690,. 986, 886
G8S,. 758, 898
687, 239, 687
681, 438, 405
680, 845, 749
864, 753, 440.
657, 698, 580
658, 130. 106
652, 513, 237
655,: 966, 686
657, 336. 329651, 515, 782.
600
640,
627, 490:, OSO
626, 177, 181
618,. 04'2, 879
604, 4 0 1 554
592, 089; 183
603, 723, 903
645', 839; 540
657, .505, 88G
661, ,395, 851
666, 180, 189
686; 908, 590
670, .023, 510
674, 298, 180
672, 558, 001
668, ,087, 191
6 4 1 868, 968
629, :091 424
620-, 028, 413
618, 293, 455
623, .792, 004
625, 795, 276.
680:, .139, 655
825, 107, 780
608, 548, 187
607, 161,

Certificates..
$83S,'285, 686 $598,184, 751
390,876-, 229:
593; 028,043
393, 948, 394
590,2T0-, 018
396,890', 485
585-, 989,. 238
899,. 90V, 846^
58;{,G07,838
402,941, 4 1
580-, 285,208
.0
405, 682, 583
575, 722,, 8.40'
408v3e9, 220
570-, 929;, 601
411.206^ 360:
56-7, 709, 687
414, 827, 274
585,187; 489
417, 066, 241
561, 967,,753
420, 712-, 909
557, 878„699
422, 996:, 959 1 551, 674,705
423,. 472, 554
552, 4.44, 387
428^ 440; 671
550, 2-1:8, 818
430„974, 958
548,606, 841
433v 848, 087
546 ,.227, 653
437, 228, 410
543; 768, 461
440,802, 465541,128,235
413, 813, 845
588, 881, 469^
447, 898, 242586, 955, 618:
449, 850, 4G8
585, 94.5, 910
452,109, 947'
534, 042,53-9
456,. 950, 685
532,. 429,. 606
460, 003, 825
580; 984, 884
484, 218, 103
533, 4 2 1 789
468, 988, 835
538,352,931
475,176, 849
540, 240, 449
480, 567, 488
544, 288, 827
485, 9:1!9, 808
547, 859-, 887
490, 540,, 824
550, 788, 585
49-4,970, 840
558,254,740
501, 21.5., 806555, 309, 236
505, 8118. 674
558, 639; 862
509; 962, 377
561,209,202
515,. 885, 989564, 486, 647
520;, 3419, 998
569, 841i 990
524,957, 888
577,501;360
529, 01'9-.. 947
582, 717, 292
531,357; 565
587, 590. 844
538,440,: 932592, 684, 275
542,079, 363
597, 086, 708
546,. 721,, 199601,439,512
550, 682^ 746
004,589,103
555-, 550-,. 397
808;812,665
559;401, 987'
612; 386, 281
583, 262,. 767
616, 572, 351
567, 269, 118
621,076,937
572, 398; 329
6 2 1 774, 899
575,: 923; 193628, 720,082579;, 211,: 096
631,952; 111
583, 269, 976
685; 724, 395
587,598;- OSO
641, 092, 599
592. 519, 721
645, 831, 063
595i 777,,406
m9, 018, 758
596; 871,, 470
653; 971, 257
602, 958, 757
658, 265; 708'
606,881;, 216
662, 606, 408
611,179, 657
667.0,35,144
614,762; 482
672; 585,115
615,174, 083678; 722, 511
618, 569; 277
695, 543, 342
621,171,,958
706; 690, 635
622, 571,.
105
708, 728,197
628; 555,170
709, 082, 750
624, 034,858
708; 380, Oil
628-. 589,495
707;614;081
623, 068,531
707.161, 720
623,214, 791
707; 457, 028623,188,- 898
707, 327,120
6-22,091,
.895
706,605,777
622.728,.4.80
708; 618, 677
623,091,.
,024
706, 667, 208
623,126:,683
706; 424, 600
622,.835v 364
70.5, 854. 741
622,765,.888
705, 386; 674
623,. 859-,290
704, 346, 428
62.4,596, 682
701110, 457
624,671,.443
702, 730; 128
624,. 449,,
702; 429, 824
865

Aggregate.

$4015-40,765 $2, 094,. 119, 898:
401, 264, 478
2, 092, 650, 085
402. 048, 076
2,095. 085, 658
415,984,926
2,110; 489, .694
424.466,484.
2,117, 370,116
417, 914, 716
2;. 105; 699, 513
420, 094, 881
2,-107, 258,805
42:^-, 560, 881
2.108, .818,810
426, 396,557
2,110, .085,813
430,479,255
2,115, .605,227
434, 557, 701
2 , n i , .851.930483, 633, 298
2; 091, 784-; 707
488, 024, 748
2, 089, .251420
454, 677, 948
2.112, 454, 287
455, 291, 919
2,115^ 800, 895
448, 871, 369
2-112, 117. 849
4-44i 114, 769
2.109, .739,789
449,074,028.
2,119, 595, 702
455, 415, 928
2,. 128, .327,388
457, 547, 2-78
2,182, 143,547
462,215,742.
2,140, 414, 884465, 081, 992
2,145, 387;847
468, 048, 6252,. 156, 780;, 720471, 382, 736
2,156. 751, 826
474, 073, 040
2,158, 862, 288
475, 041, 340 2,181, 957, 519
492,567,090
2.190, 875, 050
492, 236,.043
2, 202, 521,074
492; 215, 093 2, 215, 913,135
492,107, 747
2, 229, 988, 04-3:
494, 294, 378 2, 242, •632, 648
491, 978, 373: 2, 245, 783, 780
493; 4'82, 811 2.:*: 250, 861, 486
496, 712, S56 2,256, 667, 213
492, 518; 302
2;. 225, 678, 244
489„981, 6T1 . 2,. 216; 378,128
492, 651, 668
2,227, 365.081
499, 362, 588'
2. 249, 341,139:
485, 5o5; 618
2; 250, 600, 952
491, 654,146.
2, 284, 147, 657
496, 262; 057^
2,. 305; 111, 909
499; 818'. 157
2, 325', 828,153
528'. 870;. 412^
2, 862. 618,009
538,012; 762
2, 38i: 171, 504
588, 495, 851
2,; 390;..617,600
536; 893^, SS^l
2, 389, 721;534
536- 889; 781
2; 306, 983. 598
518; 533; 283"
2,371, 224, 784
514,109; 638
2,389, .031 441
506; 072, 8932, 364, 414,279
4 9 1 285, 2932;, 357; 578, 787
481, 397. 643
2,. 355, 905,880
477,.572;9432,364, 229,951
474, 721. 3982; 361,,.402,939
479. 552; 0932, 364, 888, 857
469, 980. 4932, 348, 296, 306
461, 937; 9432, 349, 334, 592
458; 946, 843'
2,. 389. 477,846
4-51, 341,143
2; 8 3 1 020, 498
137,383,693
2,31-6, 800, 423
429, 076, 243
2; 326, i96, 720
415, 732; 923
2,375, ^85, 082
418; 908, 823'
2, 464, 271 796
434', 874, 678'
2, 427, 589, 826
445, 775, 673
2,444, 593, 732
451,157, 273'
2, 450; 478, 732
458; 988, 278
2, 460, 215, 809
456; 968; 723
2, 461, 480,157
461, 726; 723'
2 , 4 6 1 956. 543
487,176-, 723
2, 485,. ..^982
468; 448, 708
2, 442: 013,843
462; 771,403
2, 421, 204, 984
461, 525, 203
2; 414. !09, 848
403,199; 203
2; 411: 043,. 944
480; 827, 203
2,. 412. 809; 312
456, 345, 853
2, 410. 238,186
455, 291, 773
2; 413, 687,141
489,810,873
2, 393. 125,192
428, 026, 878
2, 358 971,131
422, 050, 873
2, 356, 091,442

108

R E P O R T ON T H E FINANCES.

M®e S7.-

-ESTIMATED

STOCK OP ALL K I N D S

OF M O N E Y

AT T H E

END

OF

EACH

MONTH,. FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.
Gold.
1895^March
April
May
Julie
July..
August
Septeraber
October
November
December
1896—January
February
March
April
May
June
July...
August
Sep'tember

Mo«

628,
631,
686,
641,
629,
613,
618,
609,
597,
598,
612,
617,
622,
607,
600,
595,
603,
641,

Silver.

Notes.

Ceitificates.

Aggregate.

$624, 050, 733
623, 880, 298
621181, 708
0 2 1 541, 631
825, 025, 364
624,122, 346
624, 238, 595
625, 269, 990
626, 341, 574
625, 084,187
626, 438. 680
626, 525, 462
628, 698, 799
' 626, 677, 986
628, 278, 881
625, 574, 517
628, 278, 505
626, 793, 049
627, 386, 321

$704, 552, 318
705. 985, 887
706, 204, 012
704, 460, 451
703, 543, 341
703, 515, 490
703,199, 280
701, 680, 928
700, 224, 894
698,169, 269
697, 501, 848
700, 582, 213
704, 078, 823
703,939,883
703, 351 231
702, 864, 848
701,051888
708,036,192
705, 824, 858

$417, 811 353
417,104,153
425, 822, 463
433,119, 463
486, 309, 413
457,8S9,413
456,581,413
450, 010, 393
443, 404, 898
480, 252, 393
425, 218, 493
421,831,998
426,827,973
427, 524, 973
424, 2 6 1 693
417,427,893
428, 889, 898
488,915.893
489, 520, 043

$2,385, 107, 847
2, 370, 079, 482
2, 887, 189. 591
2, 393. 290; 534
2, 406, 010, 794
2, 414, 725, 834
2, 397, 435, 813
,395, 488,741
, 379: 700, 910
, 851: 438, 083
,348. 115,009
, 8 6 1 929, 258
,375. 898, OGl
,380, 8 1 1 707
2, 361, 078,387
2,345, 515, 900
2, 349, 503,705
-2, 870, 588,103
2, 418, 778, 818

§ § • — E S T I M A T E D AMOUKT OF GOLD AND S I L V E R IN CIRCULATION AT THIC END
OF E A C H M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878.

Month.
1878—June
July
August...
September
October...
November
December.
1879—January . .
February.
March
April
May
June
July
August...
September
October...
November
Decemher.
1880—January . .
February.
March
April
May
June
July
August...
^ September
October...
Novemher
December.
1,881—January . .
February.
March
.April
May
Juno
July
August...
September
October...
Novemher
Decemher.
1882—January ..
February.
March
April
May
..
June
July
August...




G'Old coin,
$84, 739,774
83, 884,116
83, 688, 275
85, 264, 111
85, 171,214
86, 225, 072
96, 282,850
100, 442, 571
103, 531,169
108, 167, 494
107, 438,441
107, 783, 020
110, 505, 382
112, 540, 958
115, 299,698
117, 049, 782
138, 446, 813
167, 253,980
178, 749,927
185, 834, 585
195, 503, 715
200, 384,423
208, 108,774
220, 609, 801
225, 695, 779
231, 828; 438
238, 281,719
251, 898,684
284, 930,185
268, 059, 885
279, 458,994
288, 797, 802
273. 041 291
281, 85i; 803
302, 895,033
812, 577,341
815, 312. 877
826, 413; 554
319, 290,055
327, 148, 707
333, 840, 772
388, 774, 875
349, 209,800
3.59, 912, 800
846. 752,147
358, 870,390
365, 674,497
355, 880, 275
358, 251,325
359, 578,222
356, 622, 754

iSilver d o l l a r s .

Fractional
silver coin.

.$84, 918, 822
$855,1,43
870, 284
65, 071, 7-57
2,155, 851
66, 045, 873
4, 057, 295
66, 752, 713
4, 884, 929
66, 948, 031
5, 595, 331
67, 631, 975
5, 790, 721
67, 982, 601
6,631,298
63, 2-43, 558
7,181, 983
68,481,108
7, 218, 056
68,704,010
•7, 461, 387
63, 332, 852
7,304,905
09, 008, 799
7, 853, 649
87, 348, 584
8, 299,199.
63, 785,'^09
9, 559, 586
61,448.641
li; 074, 230
60, 088, 746
12, 888, 566
59, 384, 759
14, 8G5, 993
58, 905, 958
16, 887, 586
58, 874, 498
17, 544, 089
57, 589, 007
17, 888, 957
58, 812,196
18, 875. 908
50,219,384
19, 044, 577
55, 659, 216
18,945,060
55,067.488
19, 309, 485
54,511,788
19,821,959
53, 988, 822
20, 772, 687
58, 913, 429
22,914,075
54, 388, 542
25,763, 291
54,841,043
27, 750, 297
54, 719, 069
29, 282, 487
54, 705, 608
29, 517, 908
54, 085, 816
29,120,545
53, 865, 739
29.183,347
53,498,971
28, 614, 679
58, 889, 816
28, 441, 282
53,143, 038
28, 827, 988
52, 889, 364
29, 376, 403
52, 820, 033
29, 974, 881
58,101,178
32, 280, 038
53, 859, 326
3 1 098, 327
5-4, 216, 212
54,811,108
84, 955, 258
54, 294,179
85, 791, 043
53,718,407
35, 259, 896
58, 444, 834
34, 842, 228
53,155, 519
34,103, 097
52, 932, 476
82, 986, 824
52, 644,197
82,237,637
52, 379. 949
81, 990, 984
52,818,934
32,468, 881
52, 528, 812
32, 563, 581

Total silver.
$65, 773, 465
85, 942, 021
68, 201, 029
70, 810, 008
71,831,010
73, 227, 806
73, 773, 822
7 1 921 846
75, 683, 091
75, 920, 088
78, 344, 239
76, 388, 704
75, 000, 233
72, 035,108
7 1 008, 227
71, 162, 976
72, 248, 825
73, 771, 951
75, 582, 084
75,118, 046
74,848,153
74, 595, 292
74, 703, 793
74,012,548
73, 821, 223
78,310,581
74, 888,116
77, 232, 617
80, 404, .884
82,489,386
83, 968, 095
83, 803, 719
82, 988, 284
82,680,318
82, 008, 995
81,581270
81, 887, 347
82,198, 436
88, 075, 584
88. 089, 864
88, 812, 589
89, 266, 361
90, 085, 222
88, 977, 803
88, 287, 057
87, 258, 816
85,919,100
81881,834
84, 870, 913
•81 782, 815
85, 090, 343

109

TREASURER.-

N © e 3 § c - E S T I M A T E D AMOUNT OF GOLD AND S I L V E R I N CIRCULATION .T T H E E N D
OF EACH M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.
Silver dollars
1882—September
October
Novemher
December
1883-January
February
March
April
May
June.
July
August
September
Octoher
Novemher
December
1884—January
February..,..
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
1885—January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
Septemher
October
Novemher
December
1838—January
February
March . . . .
April
May
Juiie
July
August
September
Octoher
'November
Decemher
1887—Janiiary . .
Fobrua'iy
March
April
May.:
June
July
August
September
October..:
November
December
1888—January
'
February
M a r c h .'.
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
1889—January
February
March
April




$356, .580, 275
855, 781,190
355; 945,168
358. 166,191
855, 115, 823
352, 803,580
351, 159, 983.
850, 823, 098
347, 184,163
844, 653, 495
842, 038, 527
344, 238. 232
346, 087, 206
848, 648, 323
347, 657,000
847, 093, 446
348, 418,091
845, 112, 575
346, 353, 382
344, 813,781
340, 673,301
340, 824.203
889, 187; 112
839, 837, 557839. 949, 864
339, 657, 784
340, 838,028
841, 142, 648
341, 680, 992
841, 133,180
842, 727, 581
342, 712, 570
842, 783, 352
341, 868,411
840, 612,138
842, 120,782
345, 985, 470
349. 085,731
855, 131,308
859, 629, 546
362, 757, 418
861, 688, 821
862, 278,173
861, 410,158
860, 443, 324
857, 936, 887
359, 074,385
364, 687, 768
364. 720, 840
888; 190,898
372, 072,260
872, 290,259
871, 729, 450
871, 792, 210
378, 203, 461
875, 241,850
877, 794, 495
376. 419, 229
877, 350, 294
381, 550, 256
391, 090, 390
392, 535, 770
398, 450,215
399. 361,143
898, 681 926
898, 280, 517
397, 745,984
898, 563,122
898, 379, 882
392, 066, 354
373, 606, 804
878, 347,905
877, 329, 864
380, 016, 317
381, 391,086
379, 8 3 1 512
380, 116,365
879, 497, 911
378, 072, 880
877, 407,808

$33,801,. 281
35,914,903
87, 039, 293
83, 938, 238
.37, 874, 111
37, 548, 836
-86, 728, 894
38,189, 851
38,006,722
.35,841,880
.30,623,347
37, 700, 702
39, 783,527
-40,631499
41.301,983
41,975,734
40, 300. 371
. 89, 302, 720
89, 41.9, 528
40,411,584
40, 408, 876
89, 794, 913
89, 988, 710
89,415,107
40, 322, 042
4 1 301104
42,435,754
43, 059,129
41,815,040
40, 888,137
39, 998, 912
89, 886, 380
89, 284, 376
38, 471, 269
89 234, 488
41, 405,186
45. 275, 710
49, 442, 039
50.191, 418
52, 541 571
51, 470, 370
51, 889, 355
51, 253, 776
52,505,619
52, 908, 076
52,469, 720
54,119, 362
56, 803, 829
80, 018, 693
61,148,155
61, 991, 448
81,117,409
58,539,884
57, 340, 887
58, 801, 655
55, 785, 205
55,421, 460
55, 506,147
55,911,226
57, 087, 669
60, 348, 381
62, 840, 625
6 1 261, 714
6 1 222, 813
61, 928, 977
60, 597, 864
59, 318, 515
5-7, 833, 898
58, 449, 820
55, 545, 803
54,910,025
55,481,338
57, 751, 356
59, 691, 450
GO, 475, 385
60, 779, 321
53, 374, 881
,57,481,904
56,490,339
55,847, 772

Fractional
s i l v e r coin.

Total silver.

,$53,135, 370
-$38,080,801
. 53,858,388
89, 771 291
54,105, 586
91, 794, 834
54,172, 748
93,110, 988
53, 608, 505
91,477,616
53, 275, 784
GO, 819, 420
52. 961, 876
89, 884, 770
.52, 308, 051
88, 992, 402
52, 612, 794
88, 619, 516
52, 474, 299
87, 818,179
52, 427, 280
89, 051,107
52,190, 792
89, 801, 494
52, 735, 446
• 92,508,978
52, 848, 235
98, 032, 784
51,816,197
92, 918,180
50, 838, 788
92, 862, 522
49. 621, 601
89.921,972
43, 670, 211
87, 972, 981
.47,319,-665
87, 239,193
47, 052, 843
87, 464, 407
46; 859, 219
86, 768, 095
45, 660, 808
85, 455, 721
. 45, .487,-238
•85,425,948
45, 548, 907
84, 964, 014
45, 706, 940
80, 028, 982
45,807,585
8 7 811,689
45, 931 200
88, 419, 954
• 45,906,813
83, 985, 447
45,172, 760
88, 487, 800
44, 302, 220
85, 483, 407
^ 44, 387, 921
84, 386, 833
44, 049, 389
88, 715, 749
48, 272, 264
82, 536, 640
43, 702, 921
82,171190
49, 594, 894
83, 879, 327
50, 285, 720.
91, 640, 838
51, 328, 20696, 608, 916
52,014,657
101, 458, 746
47,069,977
97, 281, 390
47, 203, 948
99, 745, 519
45, 996, 478
97, 466, 854
46, 209, 527
97,519,382
48, 208, 020
97. 46G, 796
48.178, 288
98,681,837
46,138,587
99, 048, 843
46,156, 255
98, 625, 975
46, 483, 799
100,603,161
47,118, 920
103, 922, 749
48,183, 654
108, 202. 347
48,790,551
109, 938, 706
49,290,807
111,281,755
49, 444, 927
110, 582, 388
48, 789, 824
107, 329, 688
48, 638. 885
105, 979, 252
48, 526, 710
105, 328, 885
48, 452,174
104,187,379
48, 495, 501
103, 916, 981
48, 570, 305
1 0 1 076, 452
48, 947, 826
104, 859, 052
49,164, 242
106, 201, 911
50, 414, 700
110, 781, 067
•51,290,051
118, 930, 876
51,751.132
116, 012, 846
51, 988, 857
116,191,175
51, 825, 993
118, 252, 970
50, 972, 387
111,570,231
50, 7G7, 608
110, 088,123
50, 549, 654
108, 438, 050
50,470, 285
108, 920, 085
50, 354, 685
105, 399, 988
50, 478, 380
105, 886, 405
50, 835, 476
100, 296, 864
52. 020, 975
109, 772, 331
52, 571, 712
112, 283,162
52, 914,197
113, 389, 582
58, 284, 525
114, 013, 346
52, 440,119
110, 314, 980
.51, 941 751
109, 376, 655
51, 707,112
108,197,451
51, 822,110
107, 269, 882

110

REPORT ON THE FINANCES.

M o . S S . - -ESTIMATED

AMOUNT O F GOLD AND S I L V E R I N CIRCULATION AT T H E E N D

OF E A C H M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.
Month.
1889—May
J uno
July
August
September..
October
N o v e m b e r ..
December...
1890—Ja.nuary
February...
March
April
May
June
July
August
September.,
October
Noveniher .
December...
1891-<-January . . .
February . .
March
April
May
June
,
July
August
September..
October
N o v e m h e r ..
December..,
1892—January.....
F e b r u a r y ..
March
April
May
t3uRe....
July
August
September..
October
Noveniher..
December..
1893—January —
February..
March
April
May
Juii e
July
August
September.,
Octoher
Novemher.
December..
1894—January . . .
February..
March
April
May
June
July
August
. September.
October
Novemher.
December..
1895—January...
February...
March
April
May
June
July
August
September.
October
November .
December..




G o l d coin.
^376, 902, 858
3-78,055, 482
374, 798,485
875, 811, 209
375, 947,715
875, 685,071
374, 769, 489
375, 705,922
374, 987, 316
878, 507, 203
378, 624, 488
374, 810, 922
375, 246, 856
374, 396, 881
375, 114.196
379, 053,187
386, 939, 723
400, 378,180
405, 105,897
411, 080,597
409, 441,335
408, 752, 874
408, 463, 850
862, 731
406, 661,880
408, 073, 806
407, 630, 012
408, 745, 335
408, 888,304
406, 770, 367
405, 931, 402
407. 999,130
407, 833,022
407, 813, 501
407, 81.1418
407, 815, 949
408, 911,657
408, 787,740
410, 447,360
411, 154, 411
411, 524, 829
411, 252.197
410, 367, 863
412, 970,980
411, 888, 083
409, 817,138
407, 799, 951
410, 759, 520
407, 945, 944
403, 638, 700
416, 909, 941
469, 408, 388
484, 296,109
498, 121,679
505, 058, Oil
508, 602, 811
527, 357, 916
498, 880, 883
496, 101,956
497, 894,733
496, 799,152
497, 873,990
499, 103,577
497, 407, 586
500, 126, 248
181,330
500, 789,187
465, 501, 376
485, 189,411
508, 588,100
468, 498,899
479, 111, 525
483, 770,480
483. 275,057
430, 778,010
485, 787,853
479, 884, 082
469, 181, 593
475, 252,104
480, 728,547
484,

Silver dollars.
$54, 704, 317
54, 417, 987
54, 220, 255
54, 918, 786
57, 874,100
59, 883, 430
60, 696, 637
61, 266,501
59, 800, 837
58, 372, 380
57, 847, 656
56, 994, 977
56, 348,174
56,166, 356
56, 981, 268
53,506,874
62,132, 454
65, 709, 564
67, 248, 357
67, 547, 023
64, 818, 949
63, 560, 553
62, 921, 010
01, 692, 818
59, 888, 710
57, 883, 041
58,168, 879
58,558,697
60,194,175
62,135, 481
62, 697, 204
62, 320,191
60, 216, 830
59, 264, 520
58,471,743
57, 5 5 1 457
57, 098, 925
58, 799, 484
57, 031, 862
57, 622, 886
59,569,103
61,672,455
62, 586, 800
62,822, 936
61,198, 388
60, 482, OSO
59, 557,190
58; 835, 383
58, 053, 489
57, 029, 743
5G, 228, 989
61, 654,G30
58, 832, 668
58. 725, 818
58, 425, 922
57, 869, 589
55, 785, 720
54,574,540
53, 525, 295
52, 855,121
51, 952, 691
51,191, 877
50, 959. 540
51,512,484
54, 276, 243
56, 448, 670
57, 449, 865
57, 889, 090
55, 873, 030
54, 649, 360
53, 917, 857
53, 41.3, 709
52, 812. 570
51, 988,162
51, 746, 706
52,584, 843
55,146,527
58, 354, 092
58, 780,718
59, 205, 927

Fractional
s i l v e r coin.
$51,460, 545
51,47G, 83*
51, 521,149
51, 860, 309
52, 931, 352
53, 890, 881
54, 393, 786
51789,403
54, 202,140
53, 950, 862
53, 984, 972
53,804.039
53, 915, 869
54, 069, 743
54, 284, 383
54, 948, 886
56,311,846
57, 641, 858
58, 272, 967
58, 651,154
57, 72-3, 629
57, 345, 638
57, 254, 002
57, 368, 507
57, 853, 226
58, 290, 924
57, 763, 464
58, 554, 668
59, 684,446
62,105,186
62, 845, 437
62, 776, 880
62,415,971
02, 308, 717
62, 547, 854
62, 838, 523
62, 786, 834
62,386,518
63, 346i 937
63, 897,139
64, 916, 209
65, 985, 408
68, 515,135
67,327,267
66, 540, 937
64, 021, 838
66, 082,175
66, 257,142
66,163, 602
65, 400, 288
64,007,129
64, 335, 288
64,100, 205
64, 309, 807
65, 541, 645
65, 854, 740
61,108,700
59, 921, 912
59, 588, 287
59,125, 312
57, 944, 250
58, 238, 344
58, 250, 802
58, 448, 869
58, 244, 768
60, 242. 999
61, 606, 987
62, 872, 086
61, 710, 429
60, 940, 597
59, 873, 046
59,653,010
59, 786, 437
60, 219, 713
60, 532, 508
60,090,158
61, 409, 543
03, 882, 759
65,410,119
64, 417, 685

Total silver.
$106,161 862
105, 894, 801
105, •741, 404
108, 779, 095
110, 305, 452
113,779, 361
115, 030, 423
116, 035, 904
113, 508, 777
112, 322. 742
111, 832; 628
110, 799, 016
110, 284, 043
110, 236, 099
111,265,631
118,455, 560
118,444, 300
123, 351, 222
125, 521, 324
126,198,177
122, 542, 578
120, 906,191
120,175,012
119.061,825
117, 721, 930
115, 973, 965
115,927, 343
1.17,118, 865
119, 858, 621
124, 240, 597
125, 542, 641
125,108,021
122,632, 801
121, 578, 287
121,019,897
120, 387, 980
119,833,259
119.186.002
120; 378, 799
121, 520, 025
124, 485. 312
127, 857, 883
129,101, 941
130,150,203
127, 737, 825
124, 453, 928
125, 589, 365
125, 092, 525
.121 217, 091
122, 430, Oil
120,281,118
125, 989, 868
122, 932, 873
123, 035, 025
123,967, 587
123, 724, 329
118, 844, 420
114, 498, 458
118,118, 582
111, 780, 433
109,898,941
109, 424, 721
109, 210, 842
109, 9.59, 353
112,521,011
118, 686, 669
119, 056, 832
120,581,176
117, 584, 059
115, 589, 957
113,790, 903
113, 068, 719
112; 599, 057
112,202,880
11.2,279,214
112, 675, 001
118, 556, 070
122.188, 851
121176, 832
123, 823. 612

Ill

TREASURER.

,W©« 3 § « ' - E S T I M A T E D AMOUNT O F GOLD AND S I L V E R I N CIRCULATION AT T H E E N D
E A C H M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.

Month.

$499, 262, 686
445, 293, 591
445, 912, 256
4 5 1 225, 656
455, 876, 439
456,128,483
445, 293, 944
463,995,989
478,771, 490

1896—January . .
February .
March
April
May
June
July
August...
SeT)tember

Mo.

G o l d coin.

F act
S i l v e r dollars. s i r v e r i o n a l
l
coin.
$58, 629, 676
55, 515, 941
'54,792,752
•53, 602,'362
52,717,117
52,175,998
•51,999.797
53,445, 831
56,513,178

$64, 887,135
' 63,744,061
82, 970, 308
62, 489, 507
61,350,627
59,999,805
59, 668, 561
59, 699, 467
80,228,298

Total silver.
$121, 018, 811
119, 280, 002
117, 768,055
118, 091 8G9
114, 074,044
112, 175, 808
111, 688, 358
118, 145,843
116, 741, 470

3 9 e — U N I T E D STATES N O T E S , T R E A S U R Y N O T E S , AND NATIONAL-BANK
IN CIRCULATION AT T H E E N D O F E A C H M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878.

Month.
1878—June
July
.
August
Septemher.
October
November..
December..
1879--Janua,ry . . .
February ..
M a r c h .'.
April
May
June
July
August
September .
October
November .
December..
1880—January . . .
Februai-y . .
March
April
May
June
July
August
September .
October
November..
Deceniber..
1881—Ja.nuary . . .
Februai:y . .
March
April . . . . . .
May
June
July
August
September .
October
November..
December ..
1882—January . . .
February...
March
:.
April
May
June
July
August
September..
Octoher
November.
D e c e m h e r ..
1833—January...
February..
March
April
,
May
Juno




UnitedStates
notes.
^274, 680, 895
289. 575, 157
268; 332, 762
273, 081, 676
272, 505. 410
273, 025, 612
277, 098, 511
275, 056, 485
265, 511, 043
276, 851, 347
278, 288, 193
269, 180, 574
272, 239, 112
282, 839, 550
276, 083, 410
298. 507, 702
309, 158, 449
316, 707, 582
324, 020, 522
322, 381, 454
320, 531, 923
322, 800, 985
320, 208, 738
315, 847, 996
313, 660, 457
312, 581. 892
315, 031, 167
819, 532, 408
324, 262, 028
827, 106, 079
330, 989, 198
327, 499, 40G
324, 474, 415
325, 342, 818
323, 753, 980
819, 758. 711
316, 476; 924
317, 056, 106
317, 360, 147
319, 550, 884
320, 899, 247
320, 279, 938
320, 688, 216
317, 986, 622
316, 979, 166
318, 309, 601
318, 053, 192
314, 742, 326
312, 010, 427
811, 711, 426
310, 797, 075
314, 732, 858
316, 991, 820
316, 089, 824
318, 228, 621
313, OSS, 779
313, 936, 199
316, 802, 455
315, 711, 398
318, 209, 191
310, 182, 177

Treasury
notes.

Nationalbank notes.
$310, 129, 887
307, 825,871
309, 868, 704
311, 500, 888
3 1 1 750, 502
813, 976.518
3 1 1 339, 393
811, 034, 824
3 1 1 803, 251
320, 550, 850
820, 680, 770
8 1 1 O i l 961
320, 675,372
322, 056,443
3 2 1 924, 058
829, 828,434
332, 923,456
386, 285, 797
388, 609, 534
336, 801,464
338, 998,267
340, 343, 037
338, 950, 535
335, 694, 719
886, 800, 051
336, 548,916
389. 322, 041
889, 872, 802
389, 182,172
839, 5 9 1 531
839, 550, 004
337, 508,713
339, 097,583
342, 782, 818
346, 058, 888
3-45, 820, 707
849, 820, 788
351, 380,525
353, 176, 865
353, 854,246
355, 123, 453
356, 953, 345
856, 179,777
854, 502, 769
355, 611, 439
356, 899, 710
8 5 1 183, 630
351, GOS, 809
851, 275,817
341), 545,731
352, 546, 988
355, 427, 876
355, 409, 283
355, 880, 459
355, 350.789
850, 82.4,557
853, 882,570
854, 992, 888
352, 203,989
849, 095,679
347, 855,146-

NOTES

Total.
$584, 790, 782
.577,401,028
578, 201, 486
535,182,582
•587,258,002
587, 002,130
591, 487, 909
586, 691, 309
580, 814, 294
591,102,197
596, 916, 983
588,145, 585
592, 964, 484
604, 945, 998
601, 007, 468
627, 836,196
642,081,905
652,998,859
662, 680, 058
658, 682, 918
659, 530,193
682, 943, 972
659,157, 271
651, 542, 715
650,481,108
649,125, 808
654,353,208
659, 404, 705
668,444,195
688, 700, 610
670, 489, 202
685, 008,113
668,571,998
668, 075,186
669, 812, 768
665, 579, 418
665, 797, 657
688, 436, 831
670, 538, 512
673,4.05,124
675, 522, 700
677, 233, 283
676, 867, 998
672,469, 391
672, 590, 605
671709,811
672, 236, 872.
666, 349,135
668, 285, 744
661, 257,157
683, 344, 083
670,180, 734
672,401,108
671, 476, 083
673, 577, 390
663, 918, 836
687, 598, 769
671, 795, 323
667, 915, 332
652, 804, 870
658, 037, 323

112

REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.

N©o S 5 o — U N I T E D S T A T E S N O T E S , T R E A S U R Y N O T E S , AND NATIONAL-BANK N O T E S
IN CIRCULATION AT T H E E N D OF E A C H M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.
United States
notes.
1883-July
August
September.
October—
November.
December .
1884—January...
Fehruai\y..
March..'...
April
May
June ......
July
August
Se])teniher.
October . . .
November .
Decemher .
1885—January...
February..
March
April
May
June
July
August
Septemher.
October . . .
November.
Decemher .
1886—January...
.February..
March
Aj^ril
May
Juiie
July
August
September.
October . . .
Novemher.
December .
1887—January . .
February .
March . . . .
April
May
June
July
August...
Septemher.
October
November
December.
1888—January . .
Fehruary.
March . . . .
April
May
June
July
August...
Septemher
October...
November
December.
1889—January . .
February.
March
April
May
June
July
August...
September
October...
November
December.
1890—January . .
Februai?y.




$309, 048,
308, 889,
809, 486,
309, 567,
300, 808,
307, 088,
304, 524,
300. 872,
300, 778,
300, 915,
807, 949.
306, 497;
303, 958,
805, 837,
310, 156,
312, 738,
314, 480,
310, 181,
802, 722,
297, 754,
299, 997,
299, 815,
298, 268,
301, 633,
298, 262,
291, 022,
295, 551,
300, 985,
308, 390,
304, 949,
298, 790,
299, 483,
304, 466,
309, 077,
306, 438,
305, 562,
305, 686,
299, 908,
302, 450,
308. 578,
810, 107,
317, 001,
318, 677,
312. 811,
813, 386,
318, 105,
923,
'315, 897,
317, 537,
318, 393,
318, 535,
322, 204,
324, 527,
828, 271,
324, 020,
818, 198,
318, 595,
318, 634,
307, 522,
800, 282,
294, 650,
291, 455,
290, 322,
298, 237,
298. 118,
800, 555,
305, 319,
303, 460,
301, 179,
807, 330,
308, 740,
302, 344,
300, 741,
298, 810,
297, 285,
310, 887,
816, 721,
321, 007,
381, 444,
327, 857,
328,

Treasury
notes.

Nationalbank notes.
770, 823
347, 887,072
846, 710,404
345, 100, 240
343, 230, 410
340, 993, 581
338, 984,061
338, 786, 000
336, 173;139
332, 286,201
382, 484, 730
329, 882, 621
326, 586, 019
324, 517,896
323, 964, 981
822, 886,117
320, 254, 849
818, 082,838
312, 169, 259
318, 881,979
313, 531 455
311, 295,144
807, 188,159
808, 911,870
807, 297, 711
807, 875,599
810, 151,714
809, 840, 846
310; 973,491
311, 164, 586
307, 049,105
309, 039,918
311, 758,186
809, 430, 872
306, 206, 015
304, 476, 475
302, 448,129
301, 371,095
300, 995,048
298, 116,544
296, 622, 243
298, 559, 787
283, 176. 405
235, 792, 236
284, 892, 226
281, 312, 658
278, 055;162
276, 554, 488
278, 146, 207
270, 774,103
269, 782, 987
287, 757,278
288, 558, 514
263, 444, 420
257, 920, 431
2.56,097,116
2.54, 673, 417
252, 484, 307
248, 878, 462
215, 149, 720
241, 284, 901
233, 466,870
287, 505, 695
285. 090, 263
232, 945, 416
229, 486,146
223, 602, 595
220, 315,01.3
21-7, 974, 854
214, 819,533
210, 583, 650
207, 039,352
204, 861,154
201 1.72, 710
199; 684, 081
196. 714,410
195, 294,664
192, 587, 080
183. 274, 459
187, 681139

$855,319,193
. 856, 776, 322
858,197,GOO
654, 663,219
650, 088, 782
648, 030, 298
633, 458, 838
634, 608, 384
636, 949, 503
633,181, 384
640, 483, 905
636, 3.79, 835
630,4.89, 045
630, 355, 858
634,121,124
685, 574, 981
631 735,182
628, 243, 779
611891,806
611, 816,173
618, 582,183
611,110,470
603, 447, 086
608, 545, 007
605, 559, 730
598, 897, 959
605. 703, 398
610, 828, 521
614,883,864
618.114, 852
605, 889, 732
608, 523, 642
818, 224, 717
618, 508,114
612, 642, 983
610. 089,174
608, 083, 003
601, 277, 484
603, 451, 983
608, 690, 255
606, 780, 071
610, 561, 427
601 853, 739
598, 804, 050
002, 778, 804
599,418,200
593, 978, 302
591 451, 707
591,733,483
589,187. 580
. 592, 318. 741
591, 982, 227
590, 036, 810
587, 716, Oil
575, 940, 978
569, 296, 045
588, 263. 810
560,118, 709
549, 401, 278
589, 432, 532
532, 885,177
528, 922, 493
530, 827, 748
533, 877, 959
533, 003, 476
585,041,302
526. 922,113
522, 275, 518
525,151189
523,150, 482
513, 324, 279
507, 884, 283
503,102, 804
493, 982, 791
509, 919, 839
513, 581, 925
517,016.658
523, 591121
515,719,251
514, 518, 290

ii.3

TREASURER.

M o . 3 9 . — U N I T E D STATES N O T E S , T R E A S U R Y N O T E S , AND NATIONAL-BANK N O T E S
IN CIRCULATION AT T H E E N D O F E A C H M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.

Month.
1890—March . . . . .
April
May
Julie
July
August
Septemher.
Octoher
Novemher .
December..
1891-January . . .
February..
March.
April
May
.-.
June
July
August
Septemher .
October....
November .
December..
1392—January . . .
February..
March . . . . .
Auril
May
June
July
August
September.
October
Noveuiber .
December..
1893-—January...
February..
March
April
May
June
July
August
Septemher.
October
November.
December..
1894—January...
February..
March
April
May
June
July
August
September.
October....
November .
December..
1895—January . . .
Fehruary..
March
Apri)
May
June
July
August
September.
October
November .
December..
1896—January . . .
February..
March . . . . .
April
May
June
JulyAugust
September .

EI 9 6 


United States|
notes.
$332,101, 359
330, 676, 605
326,988, 217
328, 048, 826
322, 697, 804
327, 287, 806
388, 915, 726
831 417, 758
385, 575, 296
336, 675, 885
828,325,508
828, 004, 851
334, 030,198
832,184, 813
827, 318; 746
- 823, 714, 272
319, 892, 584
817, 896, 436
328, 731, 201
882, 558, 939
333, 864, 809
338, 767, 851
330, 097, 313
322,181, 683
323, 904, 982
324, 785, 861
318, 453, 302
311, 314, 840
311, 352, 278
317,548,420
322, 608,158
382, 080, 284
338, 772, 877
380,983,540
319, 694,138
314,174,742
318, -798, 314
319, 807,117
319, 022, 323
820, 875, 683
324, 391 404
331, 638, 060
332, 228, 908
321, 392, 028
811, 288, 672
302,541,814
299, 878, 826
298, 610, 528
290, 591, 356
284, 443, 688
270, 590, 089
283, 772, 371
264, 564, 225
263, 775,103
267, 283, 481
280, 474, 705
276,910,489
264. 781, 853
258, 999, 348
261,988,258
258, 935, 759
267, 393, 905
268, 938, 032
265,109,456
271,849,827
247, 586, 753
240, 861 416
238, 986, 280
231912,497
230, 855, 873
245, 745, 840
240, 458. 573
282, 288, 482
237,349, 331
225, 562,755
225, 451, 358
237. 410, 538
281, 964, 784
.249,547,300

Treasury
notes.

$1, 375, 900
7,108-, 500
H i 467, 351
17,219,656
21,896,733
25,101, 700
28, 871,279
33, 921; 973
37, 020, 254
88,112, 280
40, 483,165
43, 684. 078
45, 748, 850
57, 205;228
66, 478, 484
70, 988, 288
75, 298, 057
78, 038, 319
75, 718, 558
• 77, 605, 410
81, 501, 770
87, 068, 672
98,051,657
101, 756, 301
104,114,086
107, 001, 850
114, 587, 423
118, 877. 559
122,039.656
123, 927, 846
126, 447, 613
128, 958, 781
128,779,103
182, 505,183
140,661,694
148, 774,188
145, 420, 209
148, 821199
150, 818, 582
150, 770, 406
151, 965, 267
150, 755, 402
141, 088, 788
141, 318, 855
141,026,114
140, 074, 690
184, 882, 009
129,918,527
124, 552. 440
121,495, 374
122, 715, 398
124, 574, 908
122, 458, 781
117,180, 225
114, 249, 700
121, 457, 600
121, 840, 500
117, 954, 807
115, 978, 708
111 004, 381
109, 488, 882
107, 035, 426
114, 526, 689
115, 280, 322
115, 726, 789
110,221,185
106, 074, 550
103, 728, 966
100, 921, 025
98,030,506
95, 217, 361
93, 948, 532
91, 282, 524
83, 984, 047

Nationalbank notes.

Total.

$180, 337, 406
$518, 488, 785
135, 322, 384
515, 998,989
133, 072, 228
510, 005, 445
181,898,823
501 443, 849
502,185,113
179,437,509
500, 784, 731
178,071,525
518,001630
178, 982, 404
521, 882, 899
175,947,795
527, 707, 019
174, 912, 067
582, .810, 752
178, 738, 584
188, 933, 898
• 522, 410, 612
168, 452, 388
525, 828, 516
168,119, 827
586,071,998
166,171,836
585, 378, 758
529, 092, 375
183,681,849
181 922, 040
526, 099, 477
162, 2 4 1 992
525, 818, 684
164, 812, 057
527, 756, 843
166, 090, 086
550, 026, 495
166, 445, 768
585, 478, 236
163,151,853
572, 499, 448
163, 427, 438
577, 490, 841
167,176, 607
578, 812, 289
187, 829, 448
585, 879, 889
570,155, 827
183,644,955
574, 854, 720
168, 087, 089
572. 949, 939
187, 427,985
577,178, 454
187, 808, 957
580, 201 514
186, 595, 985
166, 033.118
537, 895, 624
594, 690,116
185, 085,1.03
611, 371, 794
165, 224,137
620,486,820
167, 786, 834
621, 381 561
163,361,365
610, 244, 567
166, 628, 033
610, 488, 615
169, 844, 260
618, 017, 528
172, 267, 438
171,7-70,315
• 020, 856, 585
171,920, 799
628, 448, 805
171 781,189
638, 288, 516
180,134, 997
648, 803, 539
195, 822, 781
672. 881, 050
- 200, 875, 098 631, 923, 203
070,455, 837
197, 745, 227
053,178, 686
196,139, 558
650, 888, 297
196,131, 216
648, 469, 448
193, 385, 220
194, 389, 041
629, 488, 335
629, 025, 097
197,116,386
624, 552, 395
199, 082, 593
610,333,800
199, 721 021
604, 388, 731
200, 754. 351
597,128, 353
202, 618, 601
590, 852, 596
202, 025, 053
202, 546, 710
591, 825, 565
605, 785, 003
202, 594, 902
604, 002, 449
202, 517, 054
589, 081, 877
201, 345, 738
573,143, 964
198, 981 396
578,127, 316
199, 889, 358
581,481677
203,091,318
593, 994, 680
264, 760, 225
591, 472, 329 •
206, 579, 490
583,135, 710
207, 047, 546
591, 033, 285
205, 729, 557
561,712,024
204,733,609
208, 883,159
554, 283, 001
560,878,977
207, 364, 028
5.57, 741, 671
207,588,852
206, 853, 836
558, 238, 478
559, 053, 922
203, 036, 897
555, 034, 502
203, 551, 379
550, 222, 477
214, 265, 029
554, 872, 535
218, 602, 179
215, 285, 550
538, 928, 811
538, 000, 646
215, 831, 927
545, 455, 690
214. 096, 620
539, 025,784
215,798,528
559, 816, 210
220, 804, 888

114

REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.

N©o 4 ® . — G O L D C E R T I F I C A T E S , S I L V E R C E R T I F I C A T E S , AND C U R R E N C Y C E R T I F I CATES I N CIRCULATION AT T H E E N D OF E A C H M O N T H , FROM JUNE., 1878.

Mouth,
1878—June
July
August
September...
October
Novemher . . .
December
1879—January
February
March..
April
May
Juiie
July
August
Septemher...
Octoher
Novemher - . .
December
1880—January
Fehruary
March
April
May
June
July
August
September...
October
November . . .
December
1881—January.,
February
March.."
.
April...
May
Juiie.
July
August
September
October.
Novemher - . .
December
1882—January .
February
March
April...
May
June
July
August
. Septemher . . .
October.
November....
December
1883 —January
February
March
Ax^ril
May
June.
July
.August
Septemher...
October..
Novemher . . .
Dscember
1884—January .
February
March
AprU
—
May
June
July
August
September...
Octoher
Novemher . . .
December
1335—January




Gold
certificates.

Silver
certificates.

$24, 897, 680
$7,080
.28,852,930
959 690
17,222,180
1,709 280
23,433, 680
711 600
22,906,480
68 790
21117,780
386 "080
21189, 280
413 360
17, 082, 680
400 840
16,879,230
831 860
18, 253, 960
251 700
15, 710, 460
197 680
15,380,120
444 140
.15,279,820
414 480
15,196,900
771 170
15.008,700
1,304 890
14,843,260
1,176 720
.14,377,606
1,804 871
13,195, 460
1,894 722
11,596,140
3,824 252
10, 350, OOO
3, 989 454
9, 755, 300
1 5 7 2 806
.8, 244, 000
6, 017 006
8,058;800
6, 615 866
•8,010,300
6,051 589
7, 963, 906
5,789 569
7,852,000
6,980 959
7, 861. IGO
7, 819 219
7, 480.106
12, 208 191
7,447,700
19,780 241
26,501 986
7,381,380
•6, 528, 380
36,127 711
6, 491, 400
36, 814 887
6,229,100
37,027 797
6,628, 900
89,445 315
5,961,200
39,157 982
5, 876, 280
38,784 540
5,759, 520^
39,110 729
•5,748,120
40,802 892
5, 897,120
48, 081 878
5, 239, 320
52, 590 180
5, 204,220
58, 833 770
5,199,620
59, 573 950
5,188,120
62, 315 820
.5,180, 220
61,537 540
5,172, 320
60,125 010
5,168, 920
59, 423 440
5,071,120
58, 908 570
5, 052, 920
57, 227 080
5,029,620
5 1 508 090
5,016,446
54, 757 720
- 4, 992, 040 57,789 830
4, 907, 440
68, 204 780
11, 370, 270
65, 626 450
19, 458, 270
67. 8-42 890
39, 514, 810
68,443 680
47, 669, 640
68, 488 820
42,554,470
68, 027 426
48,444,510
70, 759 991
48, 898, 206
71,834 071
59, 591 940
71, 727 891
.59, 80-7,870
72, 620 636
60, 068, 600 • 78,723 681
54, 547, 540 . 75,375 181
55, Oil 940
78, 921 961
.52, 076,180
85, 384 831
58, 897, 820
87, 976 201
96,717 721
63,585,140
77,482,620
96, 958 031
77, 843,480
98, 247 721
68, 812,150
95, 919 576
•56, 700, 805
95,497 981
59,125,480
97, 883 471
71,148, 640
96, 427 Oil
91, 491, 480
95,188 881
92,017,940
94, 228 691
87, 389, 660
96, 491 251
87, 865, 570 100, 741 561
98, 871 290 104, 988 581
93, 287, 420 111 885 911
111, 980, 880 113,858 811

Currencv
certificates.
$46, 245, 000
51 120, 000
47 815, 000
39 545, 000
35 660, 000
35 070,000
33 .190, 000
40 445, 000
38 675, OOO
25 145, 000 .
30 905,000
25 880,000
29 355,000
40 250, 000
34 375,000
29 240, 000
20 195,000
18 585, 000
10 090, 000
12 685, 000
11 095, 000
8 320, 000
8 985, 000
12 650,000
14 235, 000
15 075, 000
11 205, 000
9 885, 000
8 825,GOO
8 450, CGO
6 980, OOa
8 830, 000
7 640, 000
6 565, 000
8 255,000
10 860,000
11 650, 000
10 525,000
9 450, 000
8 105,000
8 275, 000
990,. 000
9 540, 000
11 880, 000
11 445,000
10 925, 000
10 990,000
12 065, 000
13 245, 000
12 220, 000
11 815,000
10 540, 000
9 835, COO
9 835, 000
9 575, 000
12 4.80, 000
11 180,000
9 465, 000
10 050, 000
11 790,000
13 OGO,000
12 835,000
12 055,000
11 870,000
12 545,000
14 865, 000
14 480,000
18 835, 000 •
18 125,000
14 955, 000
14 926, 000
11 030,000
12 190, 000
13 185, 000
14 .270, 000
15 680, OGO
17 770,000
22 575. 000
24 780, 000
30 085,000

^

Total.
$71,149, 760
75, 932, 670
66, 746, 480
63,090,230
58, 635, 270
59, 553, 840
54,792,640
57, 928, 020
53., 888,140
41,650,680
46, 813,140
41,701280
45, 049, 300
.56, 218, 070
50, 688, 590
45, 259, 920
36,178, 971
28, 675,182
25, 510, 392
:27, 024, 454
25, 422, 906
22, 581, 006
23, 657,166
26, 711, 889
27, 988, 489
29, 857, 959
26, 485, 319
29,563, 291
35, 852, 941
42, 386, 886
49, 638, 091
51,936, 087
50, 897,197
52,039,715
53, 374,132
. .55,520,820
56, 520, 249
57, 076, 012
60, 908, 998
65, 934, 500
72, 317, 990
73,768,570
77, 043, 440
78, 047, 760
76, 742, 380
75,515.880
74,989,690
74, 844, 930
72, 780,110
71, 994,100
74, 546, 920
78, 652, 220
86, 825, 720
96,685,960
117, 583, 470
128, 588, 460
121711,890
128, 669, 501
130,332,271
143,109, 381
145, 433, 056
146, 682, 281
141, 977, 701
145, 806, 901
149, 955, 561
161, 283, 821
171 782, 861
191,255,651
192,216,151
179, 686, 726
187,118, 786
167, 518, 951
179, 763, 851
199, 794, 851
200, 516, 831
199,510,911
208, 877,181
220, 987, 821
232, 913, 881
255, 924,191

115

•TREASIJREE.

M®« - ^ O . — G O L D CERTIFICATES,, SILVE^R CERTIFICATES., AND C U R R E N C Y G E B T I F I CATES IN CIRCULATION AT T H E E N D OF E A C H M O N T H , F R O M J U N E , 1878—Cont'd.

Month.
1885—February
M a r c h ...
.
April
May
.
.
June
-July
.August.
September
••Gctoher
.Novemher
,..
December
1886—.January
Fehruary
Ma-roh
April
Ma,y
JT:ine
July
Augast
•September
—..
•October
November.... „
December
1887—J.aimary
-February
-Mareh
April
May
•J'une.
.
•jJul-y
..
August
Sep.te.mber
•©cto"her
Mo-vemher
^December
1888—January
,
February.......
...
March..'.:
.April
.
May
•J.une
.
•July
Aug.ust
September
•Ootober
^November
...
December....
1889—January
.February
-.
Ma/rcTi
April
.Ma;y
J^u-ne.
,...
July
-August
Soptember
'.October..
November
Decemher
1890—January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
• Bep'temher
October
Novemher
Decemher
1891—January
February
March
April
Ma,y
Juiie
July
-August
September —




•Gold
certificates.

Silver
certificates.

$112,
115,
125.
128,
128.
123,
123,

$111, 407, 951
112,500,226
169, 448, 946
105, 085,186
101580.946
98, 872; 106
98,079,296
93,656,716
93,146., 772
92,702,642
-93,179, 465
89,761,609
88,390,816
.90,122, 421
90, 733,141
89,184,129
88,116,225
87, 564, 044
89,021780
95,387,112
100,306,800
105,519,817
117,218,670
113,315,714
121,180, 755
131,930,489
137, -740, 430
189,143. 328
142,118,617
144,166,141
147,876, 385
151351826
160, 718, 957
168,149, 274
176,855,423
179,821,053
184,4.52,659
191, 526, 445
194, 426, 982
198, 645, 405
•206,387,876
208,680,679
209,6.58,966
218,561,601
229,783,152
287, 415, 789
240, 219, 999
245, 337, .438
246,823,953
251,283,879
2 5 1 939, •208
253,587.,810
257,102,445
.259,557,125
268, 580, 826
276, 619, 715
•277,319,944
276,794,386
282,949,073
281,331,771
234,176, 282
•290,605,582
292, 923, 848
.294,656,683
297.210, 0-43
298; 748, 913
308, 471, 210
309,321,207
308, 208,177
303, 576, 499
•808, 289,463
303,844,086
303,822,259
;309., 632, 535
.312,;983,440
310,^1,378
-307, 364,'148
•307,291,114
317,1588,321
,322,616,487

lis;
•169,
105.
165.
115,
165,
:90,
S4,
80,
•76,
•74,
•77,
84,
•88,
•90.
•••97,
105,

99,
94,
.94,
90,
91
:94
•88
97,
99.,
^90,
•96,
161
96
.91'
99.
109.
119:
133,
124,
134,
140,
1:29,
120,
180.
130,
128,
136,
129,
116,
118,
128,
118,
120,
;i23,
122,
138,
180,
134,
134,
130,
181,
182.
124,
158;
188,
131:
144,
155,
147,
144,
138,
122,
130,
115.
108:,
112,

Currency
certificates.
$30, 200, 000
26, 210, 000
:25, 400, OGO
26, 925, 000
29, 535, 000
.31,420,000
•30,885,000
23,185,000
18,145,000
17, 555,600
18, 790, 000
1 1 5 9 0 , 000
14, 920, 000
11,925,000
11,515, oOO
13,955,000
18, 250. 000
19,165,000
11,195,600
7,705,000
7,140, 000
•7, 025, 000
•6, 510. 000
8, 720. 000
8, ISO, 000
7,135,000
8,350,000
8,990,600
8, 770,-000
8,460, 000
7,.130, 000
6, 585, 000
•7, 215, 000
6,885,000
G, 985, 000
10, 645,600
11,215,000
8,915,000
10,555.000
12,280,000
34,415,000
15,205,000
.14, 645, 000
12, 780, 000
11, 580,600
11, 860, 000
10, 250, 000
18,915, 000
.15,920,000
11450,000
11-580,000
•16,150.000.
16,785,600
17, 575,600
16, 545,000
:i5,275,000
12, 516, 000
16,140.000
9, 000, 000
11,630,000
10,230,000
•7,660, oeo
8,795,000
9,855,600
11, 830, 000
11, 820, 000
8. 820, 000
6,990,600
6,910,000
6, 270, 000
6,810, 000
11, 36C, 000
12,270,000
11,145,000
14, 000, 000
17, 750, 000
21, 865, 000
27,265, 000
28, 455, 000
.17,845,000

$251351,.241
254,357,766
260, 078, 748
280, 563,196
.257,345,676
253,531,100
.250, 829, 780
284,979, 506
220, 812, 582
215,811, 734
212, 829, 066
219,636,560
208.947, 866
192, 823, 064
;186,983,366
183, 259,154
182, 410, 000
181,:387,561
177, 915,107
187,788,919
195,741,769
203,065,450
220, 972, 275
232,700,821
229,269.120
233, H i ; .504
:24G, 524, 915
239,054, 805
,242,118,454
247, 616, 228
243, 771, 725
258,874,509
287,613,780
285, 765, 027
.280,574, 480
:291820,024
292,365,572
•292,395, 894
304,543, 225
318,457.185
.334, 689; 746
,350,844.791
349, 054, 860
368,129;791
.381,976,810
378,040, 017
.3'77, 358, 447
390, 239, 030
.392, 759, 670
..891540,196
•466,133, 992
•460, 732,472
:390,830, 201
395,673,584
408, 519,145
468,570, 064
410, 767,178
416,417,505
4 1 1 984, 962
431,618,940
425,011,086
438, 208, 641
438, 361,187
435, 299, 482
440, 420, 082
448, 018, 662
486,873,749
471415,946
453, 290,150
488,162,998
459,146,742
471, 048, 535
463, 211, 388
465, 094, 804
465, 824, 239
450, 415, 717
449,579, 547
450, 271, 503
451316,400
452, 313, 056

116

R E P O R T ON T H E FINANCES.

M-o. 4 0 o — G O L D C E R T I F I C A T E S , S I L V E R C E R T I F I C A T E S , AND C U R R E N C Y C E R T I F I CATES IN CIRCULATION AT T H E E N D O F E A C H M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878—Cont'd.
Gold
certificates.

Month.
1891—October
November ..
December...
1892—January . . . .
February ...
March
April
May
June
July
August
September..
October
November ..
Decemher...
1893—January
February ...
Mai.'ch
April
May
June
July
August
September..
October
N o v e m h e r ..
December..
1894—January
February ..
March
April
May
June
July ........
August
September..
October
November .
December...
1895—January . . .
Fehruary ..
March
April
May
June
,
July
August
Septemher.
October
November .
Deceniber..
1898—January —
February ..
March
April
May
June
July
August
Septeniber.

Mo.

Silver
certificates.

$138. 100,319 $321,142, 642
142, 649,989
320, 873, 610
148, lOG, 119 320, 817, 563
320,138, 307
168, 178, 959
325,141,186
160, 001,279
154, 329, 229 325, 683,149
327, 289, 896
153, 713,699
157. 295,209
827, 290,165
285, 339 326, 880, 808
i4i;
136, 861, 829 327, 836, 823
128, 387, 379 328,289,145
121, 210, 399 326, 849, 827
324,552,532
120, 255,349
323.464, 883
123, 188,809
093,189
322, 035, Oil
117,
120, 645, 819 828,192, 680
388,729
321,279,182
114,
322, 958, 953
111, 435,009
272, 029 321,707, 726
105,
101, 489, 989 322,115, 592
828, 489,165
92, 970,019
830,188, 390
87, 811,029
326, 206, 886
80, 414/049
79, 827, 599 324, 955,184
78, 389, 309 825,717, 232
828, 421, 997
78, 183,079
329, 545, 650
77, 412,179
330,161,308
77, 015,419
331,119,247
70, 935, 729
329. 447. 264
70, 306,909
330, 305, 980
69, 990,449
874,549
329, 959, 959
69,
327, 094, 381
66, 344, 409
947, 229 321491,7.88
65,
325, 217, 977
65, 668,969
330, 520, 719
01 790, 439
881,148,801
64, 252, 069
58, 925, 899 382, 817, 084
331, 077, 784
53, 3G1, 909
326, 487, 272
52, 847, 809
51, 507, 769 325, 816, 415
828, 746, 756
48, 843,189
43, 751, 009 323, 215, 271
321, 553,171
48, 589,569
31.9. 731, 752
48, 881,569
320,355,118
48, 117,579
49, 081, 089 323, 772, 261
50, 645, 539 380, 434, 887
333, 456, 238
50, 417,659
50, 233, 979 385, 85.5, 893
336, 076, 648
49, 936, 439
381,814,839
49, 347,849
382, 545, 943
43, 733,019
837, 032, 428
43, 289,.2-49
43, 052, 559 838, 834, 418
42, 981, 909 336, 813, 080
42, 320, 759 331, 259, 509
331, 856, 671
39, 298. 479
8G7,639
345, 739, 894
736, 639 354, 481, 474

Currency
certificates.

Total.

$10,765,000
$468, C07, 961
9, 765, 000
473, 288, 579
9, 265, 000 • 478,188, 887
16, 760, 000 • 500, 077, 268
514. 492, 485
29, 350, 000
509, 352, 878
29, 840, 000
511, 213, 595
30,210,000
513, 815, 874
33,730,000
497, 946,142
29, 830, OGO
490, 918, 652
26, 720, 000
478, 836, 524
22, 210, 000
485, 850, 226
17, 290, 000
455, 857, 881
10, 550, 000
454, 888, 642
8, 230, 000
446, 228,150
7,100, 000
458, 288,479
14, 450, 000
454,917,861
19, 250, 000
451,113,962
16, 670, 000
442, 819, 755
15, 840, 000
440, 540, 561
16, 955, 000
431,894,184
11, 935, 000
425, 654, 419
7,855,000
412, 225, 385
5, 605, 000
412, 782, 733
8, 200, 000
428, 981, 541
22, 325, 000
33, 205, 000
439, 790, 076
39, 045, 000
446, 002, 829
44, 935, 000 -452,111,727
47, 80.5, 000
449, 859, 976
52,720.000
452, 471173
457, 568, 429
57, 270, 000
59, 250, 000
458, 581 508
58,935,000
452, 373, 790
61, 695, 000
452,188, 987
58, 065, 000
448, 951, 946
55, 755, 000
451, 066,158
54, 045, 000
449, 440, 870
57,185, 000
448, 377, 983
47, 005, 000
431,441693
37, 625, 000
416, 740, 081
36, 925, 000
414, 249,184
36, 825, 000 - 409, 414, 945
409, 261, 280
37, 295, 000
418, 337, 740
48, 245, 000
423, 518, 821
55, 405, 000
425, 392, 697
58, 920, 000
76, 555, 000
449, 408, 350
68, 840, 000
444, 920, 376
56, 740, 000
440, 613, 895
45, 935, 000
432,021872
417,618,087
31, 805, 000
28, 925, 000
410, 387,188
32, 325, 000
409,103, 982
34,460,000
411731,675
414, 816, 972
32, 980, 000
412, 704, 989
33, 430, 000
405, 420, 268
31,846,000
412,490,150
41,5-40,000
423, 002, 533
38, 39.5, 000
427,473,113
34, 305, 000

4 t o — E S T I M A T E D AMOUNT OF ALL K I N D S OF M O N E Y I N CIRCULATION AT T H E
\
END O F EACH M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878.

Month.
1878-June
July
August ...
September
October . . .
N o A-em b e r .
December .
1 3 7 9 - J a n u arj'^...
February..




Gold.
$84, 739, 774
88, 884,116
83, 638, 275
85, 264, 111
8 5 , 1 7 1 214
86, 225, 072
96, 262, 850
100, 442, 571
108,581,169

Silver.
$65, 773, 465 $584, 790, 782
65, 942, 021
577, 401, 028
68, 201, 029
578, 201, 466
70, 810, 008
585,132, 562
71,881,010
537, 256, 002
78, 227, 306
537, 002,130
73, 773, 822 591, 437, 909
74, 924, 846 588,891,309
75, 668, 091 580, 314, 294

Certificates.
$71,149, 760
75, 932, 670
66, 748, 460
63, 690, 230
58, 685, 270
59, 553, 840
54, 792, 640
57,928,020
53, 386,140

Total.
$806, 453, 781
803,109, 885
795, 787, 280
804, 896, 981
802, 898, 496
806, 008, 348
816, 288, 721
819, 986, 746
812, 944, 694

117

TREASURER.
fN®3

4 1 o — E S T I M A T E D AMOUNT O F ALL K I N D S O F M O N E Y I N CIRCULATION AT T H E
.END OF E A C H M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.

Month.
1879—March
April
May
Juno
July
August . . .
Septemher
October . . .
Novemher.
December.
1880-January...
February..
March.....
April......
May....:..
Juiio
- July....:..
August . . .
Soptember
October'...
November.
Deceniber .
1831—January...
February..
March
April
May
Juno . . . . . .
J uly
August . . .
Septemher
Octoher...
November.
December.
1832—January...
February .
March
Ajiril
May
Juiio
July
August . . .
Septemher
October . . .
November.
December.
1883—January...
February .
March
April
May
June
July
August . . .
September
October . . .
November.
December .
18S4—January...
February .
March
April
May
Juiio
July
August . . .
September
October . . .
November.
December .
1885 —January...
February .
March
April
May
Juno
July
August . . .
September.
October . . .




Gold.

Silver.

Notes.

Certifica tes.

$106,167, 494 $75, 920, 0G6 $591, 402,197
$41, 650,- 860
107, 433, 441
46, 813 140
78 844, 289 590, 918, 963
107,733,920
368,704
533,145, 585 • 41,704 260
76
110,505,362
592, 964, 434
45,049 300
75 000, 283
112, 540, 956
604,945,998
56, 218 070
72 035,108
115,299,698
001,007,468
50; 683 590
71 008, 227
627, 836,198
117, 049, 732
45; 250 920
71 162. 976
136, 446, 818
642, 081 905
36, 178 971
72 248, 325
652, 993, 859
167, 253, 930
28, 675 132
73 771, 951
178, 749, 927
662, 630, 056 - 25,, 510
75 562, 084
892
185, 834. 585
653, 682, 918
27,024 454
75 113, 046
195. 503, 715
25,422 906
74 646, 153 659, 530,190
200, 384, 423
22, 531 006
74 595, 292 662, 943, 972
208,103, 774
659,157,271
28, 657 168
74 703, 793
220, 609, 801
28,711 839
74 012, .543 651,542,715
225, 695, 779
650, 461,108
27,-988 489
73 821, 223
231, 328, 433
649,125, 808
-29,857 959
73 810, 581
686,116
238,261719
654, 353, 208
26,485 819
74
659,404, 705 • 29,563 291
251,893,634
77 282.617
264, 930,185
404, 334 063,444,195
85, 352 941
80
668, 700, 610
266, 059, 685
42,386 380
82 489,368
670, 489. 202 - 49,836 -091
279, 458, 994
83 968, 095
665. 008,113
51,986 037
288, 797, 802
38 608, 719
273. 041, 291
82 986, 284 668,571,993 - 50,397 197
281, 351, 803
52,089 715
82 680, 818 668, 075,136
302, 395, 033
82 008, 995 669, 812, 788 -53,-374 132
812, 577, 341
55, 520 820
81 584, 270 665, 579, 418
665,797, 657
315, 812, 877
56, 520 249
3 667, 347
1
326, 418, 554
688,438, 681
57,076 012
32 198, 436
670,586,512
319, 290, 055
60. 903 998
83 075, 534
327,143, 707
65, 984 500
86 089, 364 673, 405,124
675, 522, 700 - 72,317 990
338, 840, 772
88 312, 539
677,288,283
338, 774, 375
73, 763 570
89 266, 381
349, 209, 300
676, 867, 993
77, 043 440
90 085, 222
977, 803
672, 469, 391
359,912,800
78,047 780
88
672, 590, 605
346, 752,147
76,742 330
88 287,057
258,616
674, 709, 311
353, 870, 390 • 87
-75,515 -860
672, 286, 872
74,969 690
385, 674, 497
85 919,100
74, 344 930
355, 880, 275
84 831, 834 666, 849,135
883, 285, 744
358, 251, 325
72,730 110
84 870, 913
661, 257,157
359, 573, 222
71, 994 160
84 782, 815
688, 844, 083
71546 920
358, 622, 754
85 090,343
356, 580, 275
670,180, 734
78, 852 220
86 936, 601
672, 401,108
86, 825 720355, 731,190
89 771,291
96, 685 -980
355, 945,188
91 794, 884 671, 470, 083
353,166,194
117,533 470
93 110, 980 678,577,390
663, 918, 336 128, 538 480
355,115, 328 • 91477,616
697, 598,769
121,711 890
352, 803, 580
90 819,420
C71,795, 323
128,889 501
851,159, 933
89 684,770
667, 915, 382 180,382 271
850, 828, 098
88 992, 402
662, 304, 870 148,109 831
347,131163
88 619,516
658, 087, 323 145, 488 056
344, 853, 495
87 816,179
146,682 281
655,319,193
342, 088, 527
89 051,107
656, 776, 822 141, 977 701
891,494
344, 236, 232
89
656,197, 000
346, 067, 206
145, 806 901
92 588,973
654, 668, 219 149,955 561
348,648,323
98 032, 784
650, 086, 782 181,238 821
347, 657, 000
92 918,180
882, 522 648, 030, 298 174,782 861
347, 093, 446
92
846,418, 091
191, 255 651
89 921, 972 683,458, 883
845,112, 575
87 972, 931 634, 603, 384 192, 216 151
688, 949, 503 179, 636 726
346, 358, 332
87 239,193
033,181, 384 167,118 786
344,813, 781
87 484, 407
340, 673, 801
640, 433, 905 187, 518 951
86 768, 095
636, 879, 835 179,-763 651
340, 624, 203
85 455, 721
389,167,112
85 425, 943 630, 489, 045 199, 794 851
839, 887, 557
84 964, 014 630, 355, 358 200, 516 6 1
3
634,121,124
199, 510 911
339, 949, 384
86 028, 982
635,574,961
206, 3'77 131
339, 657, 784
87 611, 689
840, 686, 028
220, 937 821
88 419, 954 631, 735,182
341,142, 643
88 965, 447 828, 243, 779 232, 913 831
487,800
614,891,306
255, 924 191
341, 880, 992
88
341,188,180
254, 351 241
85 488, 407 611, 616,173
886, 833
613, 582,183
842, 727, 561
254, 357 766
84
342, 712, 570
611,110,470
280, 078 746
83 715,749
342, 763, 852
82 536, 640 603, 447, 068 260, 583 196
608,545,007
341,668,411
257, 845 •676
82 174,190
605, 559, 780 258, 531 106
340,612,188
88 879, 327
342,120, 762
598, 897, 959 250, 829 786
91 640,836
805, 708, 398 284, 979 506
345,985, 470
96 603,916
610, 826, 521 220,312 532
8-49, 085, 781 101 456, 746

Tot.-l.
$315,140,417
827, 507, 783
803, 952, 419
828, 519, 879
845,740,132
- 838, 003, 983
881,808,824
886, 954, 019
922, 694, 422
942, 452, 459
948, 655, 003
955,102, 984
980, 504, 093
985, 622, 004
972, 876, 903
977, 968, 579
934,122, 786
993. 786, 882
1, 018,149, 297
1 044, 631, 655
057, 566, 027
088, 552, 382
•089, 8-45, 671
070, 496, 770
1 084, 646, 972
1 108, 085, 928
1 115,261,849
1 119, 298,130
134,127, 683
138, 811, 099
152, 572, 695
1 174, 994, 001
179, 087, 589
193, 205, 955
199, 4.07, 754
184, 372,139
191,853,877
198. 300,159
181, 456, 224
178, 888, 092
1 177,607,354
179, 604, 030
192, 829, 830
201729, 804
215, 846, 095
287, 388, 040
239, 044, 785
232, 933, 659
288, 809, 527
288, 068,103
241,167, 880
235, 995, 053
238, 591,108
282, 881, 749
240,640, 080
248,804,887
251, 850, 783
282,769,127
266, 054, 602
259, 910, 041
250, 228, 804
232, 578, 858
235, 894, 252
242, 228, 410
254, 878, 951
255, 728, 560
259, 810, 331
1
269. 221, 515
284, 728, 985
291, 285, 205
293, 984, 789
1 292, 588, 951
295, 054, 343
297, 817, 585
289, 310, 754
290, 233, 284
283, 082, 301
283, 489, 893
288, 272, 290
281, 681, 580

.118

R E P O R T ON T H E FINANCES.

M o . 4 t o — E S T I M A T E D AMOUNT OF ALL K I N D S OF M O N E Y I N CIRCUL.VTION AT THE

END. OF EACH MoNTH, FROM JuNE, 1878—Continued.
Month.
1885—November...
December ...
188,6—January
February—
March
April
May
June
,
July.
August
September...
October
November...
December...
1887—January
February ...
March
April
May...
Juno
July
August;
September.,
October
November.December..
1888—January
Fehruary ...
March
April
May
June
July
August
Septeniber .
Octoher
November..
Decemher..
1889-January
February ...
March
April
May
Juiie
July
August
September Octoher
November..
December..
1890—January....
Fehruary ..
March
Aiiril
May
Juiio
July
August
September .
October
November..
Decemher..
1891—January
Fehruary ..
March
April
May
June
July
August
Septemher .
Octoher
Novemher..
Decemher . .
1892—January
February ..
March
Ai)ril
May
June




Gold.
$355,181,306
359, 629, 546
362,757,418
361, 683, 821
362, 273,173
381,410,158
380,443,324
357, 930, 337
359. 074, 885
364; 667, 768
364,720, 340
368,190, 898
372,672,260
372,290,259
371, 729, 450
371792,210
373; 208, 461
375, 241, 850
377, 794, 495
376, 419, 229
377, 350, 294
381,550,256
891, 090, 890
392, 585, 770
396, 450, 215
399,361,143
398, 661, 926
398, 280, 517
397, 745, 934
398, 568,122
396, 379, 632
392, 066, 854
378, 606, 804
376, 347, 905
377, 329, 864
380,016,817
381,391,086
379, 831 512
880,110, 385
379,497,911
378,072, 380
377, 407, 303
878, 982, 853
- 878, 055. 432
3-74, 798; 435
375,811,209
375,947.715
375, 685, 071
374, 769, 489
375, 705, 922
374, 937, 316
373, 507. 203
373,621483
374, 310, 922
375,246, 356
3 7 1 396, 381
375,114,196
379,053,187
386,939,723
400, 378,130
405,105, 897
411,080,597
409,441,335
403, 752. 874
403,468,850
408, 862,781
406, 661, 860
408, 073, 800
407,630,012
406, 745, 335
408,333, 304
406,770. 367
405,931; 402
407, 999, 130
407, 883, 022
407, 813,501
407, 614, 418
407,615,949
408,911,657
408, 767, 740

Silver.

. Notes.

$97, 261, 390 $614,363,864
99,745,519 616,114, 352
97,486, 854 605,839,782
97, 549, 882 608,523,642
97, 466, 796 616, 224, 717
98,881.887 , 618,508,114
99, 046, 643 612,642,933
98,625, 975 610, 039,174
100, 603,161 008,083,003
601,277,464
103, 922, 749
603, 451,983
108,202,347
•600,690,255
109,938, 706
606, 730, 071
111231755
610, 561, 427
110,582,336
601,858,739
107, 329, 688
598,604, 050
105,979, 252
602,778,304
105, 328, 365
.599,418,200
104,187, 379
593,978,802
103,916,961
594,451,707
104, 076, 452
591, 788, 483
104, 859, 052
589,167, 530
106, 201, 911
592,318, 741
110,701,067
591, 982, 227
113, 980, 676
590, 0,80, 310
116,012,846
587,716, Oil
116,191,175
575,940,978
118,252,970
569; 298, 045
111,570,281
568, 268, 810
110,086,123
560,118, 709
108, 438, 050
549,401,278
lOe; 920, 085
589, 432, 532
105,399,988
105, 336, 405 582, 835,177
108, 296, 884 528, 922, 493
109, 772; 381 530,827, 748
112,268,162
538, 377; 959
113,389,582
533, 088, 476
111018,846
535,041,302
110, 814, 980 526,922,113
109,378.655
522, 275, 518
108,197,451
525,154,139
107, 269, 882 523,150, 462
106.164, 862 513, 324, 279
105, 894, 801 507, 381 283
105, 741, 404 503,102, 804
106,779,095
498,982, 791
:110,8O5,452
509,919,839
113, 779, 381 513, 581, 925
115,090,423
517,016,658
116, 035, 904 523, 594,121
113, 508, 777 515,719,251
112,322,742
511 518, 290
111,832,628
518,438. 765
110,799,010
515, 998, 969
310,281043
510, 005, 445
110, 238, 099 504, 4-43, 649
111,285,631 502,185,113
113, 455, 560 506, 731 731
118, 444, 300 518, 004,630
123, 351, 222 521,882,899
125, 521,324 527,707. 019
532,310; 752
126,198,177
122, 542, 578 522, 410,612
525, 328,516
120,906,191
120,175, 012 536,071, 998
535, 376, 758
119,081,825
117, 721,936 529, 092, 375
115,973,985
.528,699, 477
115, 927,343 525,818,834
117,113,885
527, 756, 843
119, 858, 621 550, 026,495
-124,240, 597 565, 473, 236
125,542, 641 572, 499, 448
577,490,341
125,108,021
573,312,239
122,632,601
121, 573, 287 565,679,689
570,155, 327
121,019.397
120, 387; 980 574,854, 720
572,949, 939
119, 833,259
577.173,454
119,186,002

Certificates.
$215, 811, 734
212,329,066
219, 686, 560
208,947, 866
192,823,084:1
186, 983, 366
183,259,154
182,410,600
181387,561
177, 915,107
187, 788, 919
195, 741, 769
203, .065,450
220, 972, 275
232,700,821.
229, 269,120
233, 111, 504
240,524,915
239, 0 9 1 305
242,113, 454
247, 616, 228
243,771,725
258,871509
287, 613, 780
265, 785, 027
280, 574, 480
294,826,024.
292,385, .572
292, 395, 394
304,543, 225
318, 457,135
334, 689, 746
-350,841791
319,054,360
.366,129,791
3 8 1 976, 810
378, 040, 017
377, 858, 447
.390,239,030
392,759,670
394, 540,196
406,133,992
400,782,472
890, 630, 204
395, 873, 534
408,519,145
,408, 570, 064
.410,767,173
410,417, 505
414, 934, 982
431, 818, 940
425, Oil, 006
433, 203, 641
488, 361,187
435, 299, 432
440, 420, 062
443. 013, 662
436, 673, 749
471415,946
453. 290,156
446; 162, 998
459,146,742
471,043, 535
463,211,388
465, 094, 004
465,824;239
450,415,717
449, 579, 547
450,271,503
451316,400
452,313,056
463, 007, 981
473, 288, 579
478,188, 887
500, 077, 208
514.492,465
509, 852, 378
511, 213, 595
518, 315, .874
497,946,142

Total.
$1,232, 618, 294
1,237, 818, 483
1, 285, 700,584
1:276, 704, 711
1, 268, 737, 750
1,265, 583, 525
1,255, 392, 054
1,249, 012, 080
1 2 4 9 , 143,110
1, 247, 783, 088
1, 264, 158, 589
I, 280, 581,828
1. 293, 149, 586
1 , 3 1 1 336, 297
1 3 1 8 , 613, 698
1, 805, 644, 632
1 3 1 1426, 684
1 3 1 9 , 872, 344
1,311 734, 563
1, 817, 060. 842
1, 321, 559, 057
1,820, 691, 472
1, 353, 045, 207
1,366, G92, 403
1, 388, 3 1 1 898
1, 383, 842, 809
1 382, 675,898
1,371, 512, 805
1,368, 498,311
1 3 7 1 , 683,106
1,371 158,130
1, 872, 689, 070
1,367, 723, 177
1,360, 621.623
1, 384, 059, 734
.1, 407, 634,743
1, 405, 8 8 1 181
1, 406, 248, 107
1 408, 092. 483
1,403, 909, 754
964,166
. 1, 405, 981, 644
1, 418, 184, 471
1, 397, 984, 770
1,379, 318,177
1, 379, 092,240
1,390, •743, 070
1, 404, 813, 530
1, 418, 294,075
1,417, 270, 909
1,480, 784,284
1, 485, 859, 801
1,425, 099, 522
1,437, •470, 094
.1, 437., 815,326
1, 480, 496,191
1,429, 578, 602
1, 4 3 1 917, 227
1,435, 801.599
1,497, 852, 407
1,498, 497. 238
1,501 786; 283
1, 528, 488, 080
1, 525, 193,969
1 5 1 8 , 810,464
1, 529, 125,103
1, 529, 891, 888
1,503, 726, 795
1, 499, 647,492
1, 499, 981, 943
1,505, 531,476
1,580, 492,181
1,561 262. 070
1,577, 781;729
1,588, 855,128
1, 608, 553, 892
1, 609, 641, 520
1, 608, 572, 244
1, 613, 010,229
1 6 2 0 , 073, 338
1,603,

119

TREASUKE-E.

4lo—^ESTIMATED AMOUNT O F ALL K I N D S OF M O N E Y I N CrRcuLATioN AT THE
;EN.D OF EAC-II M O N T H , F R O M J U N E , 1878 —Continued.

lS92-July
August ,
:September
Gctoher
November
December
1893 J a n u a r y
February —
March..
April —
May
Julie
Ji^^y - • August
•September.
October
November
.December
189-4—January..:
February —
March...
April
May
Julio
July
August
September
-October
:
November.
December
1895—January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
Novemher
Decemher .
1896—January
February
.March..".
April
May
June
July
August
Septeniber

^•©o

Silver.

Gold.

Month.
,

.
,.

4So^EsTiMATED

$410. 447, 360 $120, 3-78,
411, 154,411
121, 520,
411 524, 829
124,485,
41i: 252,197
127, 657,
410 867, 863
129,101,
412: 970, 060
130,150,
4 1 1 •688, 068
127, 737,
409. 817,138
124,453,
•407, 799, 951
125, -589,
410, 759,520
125,092,
407. 945, 944
124,217.
408: 638, 700
122,430,
416, 909,941
120, 231,
469. •466, 868 • 125, 989,
481 296,109
122, 932,
493! 121,679
123, 085.
505. 053,611
128,-967,
508. 602,811
123, 724,
527. 357,916
116, 844,
496, 830,'833
114, 496.
496. 101958
113,11.3,
497. 894,738
111, 780,
496. .799,152
109,896,
497. 873. 990
109, 4 2 1
499.: 108;.577
109, 210,
497. 407,538
109, 959,
,500. 126,248
112, 521,
500 181,880
116, 686,
465. 789,187
119, 056,
485, •501, 876
120, 561,
508. .189,411
117. 584,
463: 563,100
115, 589,
479. 498,899
113, 790,
111,525
113,686,
.770,430
112,599,
488, •275,657
112.202,
430. 778.610
112. 279,
•485, 787,, 658
112,675,
479, 884, 062
•116,556,
469, 181, 593
122,186.
475, 252.104
124,176;
430, 728, 547
123, •623,
484, 202, 886
121616,
: 499, 298,591
119,.260,
445, •912,256
117, 708,
•445, 225,-656
116,091
454, 876, 439
114,074,
455, 128,433
112,175,
456, 298,944
111, 663,
445.,995,989
113,145,
463 771,490
116, 741,
478.

AMOUNT

OF

GOLD

Notes.

Certificates.

$490, 918, 652 $1,601. 949,325
478,886, 524
1, 599, •258, 584
465, 350, 226
1, 596, 049, 983
455; 357, 881
1,608, 139, 735
-451883, 642
1,614, 790, 286
1,610, •683, 874
448, 228; 150
1,-607, 958,480
453,288; 479
881
1,599,, 855,542
454,917;
1,602, •520, 808
451,118, 962
7551, 599, 623, 835
442, 8-19,
1,^C96. 151,901
440, 540, 561
1, 598, 728, 411
481;.394,- 184
1,611, 699,017
425, 654, 419
l,-830, 562, 671
412, 225, 385
1,701, 939, 913
412, 782, 733
541
1, 718, 544, 682
428, 931;
1 7 2 6 , •994,290
439,- 790, 076.
1,729, 018,286
446,002, 829
•452, 111, 227- 1, 739, 783, 511
976
1,690, •875,152
449, 859;
1, 690, 714, 803
452, 474, 173
429
1,691, 793, 990
457,566;
508
1 675. 689,401
458,584;
1,684: 081, 232
452,- 873,- 790
967
1.857. 574, 289
452,188,
1,648, •071,481
443,951,- 946
l,-'855, 088,932
451,068; 158
3-70
1,872, 093, 422
-449,440, 988
1,637, 226, 451
448r377, 693
1,626, •583, 822
481, 444,- 081
1, 613, 657, 515
416,-740, 184
1 5 7 4 , 534,557
414, 249; 945
i;"584, 1 8 1 424
469,- 414, 280
1, 599, 484,154
409, 261, 740179, 556
413; 337, 321 •1,606, 181983
1,601 583,736
428,-518,- 897
1,.614 533,028
425, 392,- 850
1 8 0 3 . 593, 509
449, 408, 878
1,5S5, 359,816
444,920,- 895
1,598, 195,479
440,613, 872
• -580, 878, 977
1,591 208, 724
432, 024, 087
• 557, 741,671
1,579. 720, 607
417, 013. 183
558,286,478
i,-539. 742, 057
•559,653,922
410, 387,^ 962
1,528, 629, 483
409; 103.' 875
. 555,631502
1,5,28, 007,032
550. 222,477 - 4 1 1 7 3 1 972
1, 540, 584, 283
^551-372. 585 • 414, SIO;9891,521, 725,200
538, 928, 811
412, 704, 288
1,509, 603,142
586,600,646
405, 420-, 150
1, 514. 1.89, 684
545,455,-690 • 412, 490i 538
1539, .302, 289
589,625, 784
423,^ 002,' 118
1,:582,,
559, 316, 210
42-7,478:
$580, 2 0 1 514
•587,695,624
591690,116
611871,794
620,436,820
621,384,581
610,241567
610,466,<815
61.8, 017,'528
•620,356,535
623,448,805
636, 288, 516
643,303,539.
672, 881,-050
681,928,203
670,455, 887
•658,178, •686
'650, 088, 297
648,469,448
629,-488, 835
629,025,097
624, 552, 895
610,888. 800
604, 888,-781
597.128, 353
590, 352, 596
.591,825,585
605,785,-008
604,602,-449.
539,061,-877
573,143,984
•576,127,316
581,4-84,677
.593,994.680
•591, 472, .329
-588,135,710
•591,-038, 265
581,712,-024
554, 233,601

AND GOLD

dERTiFiCAiES,

BILVER AND

S I L V E R C E R T I F I C A T E S , AND N O T E S AND CUR.RENCY C E R T I F I C A T E S I N CIRCULATION
AT T H E E N D OF E A C H .MONTH, .FROM J U N E , 1 8 7 8 .
•

Month.

18,7.8—June
July
August.
Septemher
October
Novemher
December..
1879—Jan.uary
Fehruary
•
March
April
May
June.
July,.
•. .
.August'
Septemher

...

,




S lver
Gold a n d gold s i liv e r c e.indi
rtif
certificates.
eates.

Notes and
c u r r e n c y certificates. •

-$109,637
107.687.
100,:86O,
108, •697,
108,077
110,342,
117,452,
117,525,
119, 960,
122, 421
128,148
123,114,
125.785.
127,737
130, 308.
131,892.

$881,035,732
628, 521, 028
628, 018, 488
624, 677. 582
622, 916, 002
,622,-072,130
624, 627, 909
627,186, 309
616,-989, .294
616, 54,7,197
627. 821 983
609. 025, 535
622, 819, 484
645,195, 998
035, 882,488
857, 078,198

$65, .7,80, .545
68, 9.01, 711
69, .916, 309
.71, .521, 608
71, 899, 800
. 78, 593, 866
74, 186, 882
75, 825,188
75, :994, 951
76, 171, 788
, 76, .541, 919
78, 812, 844
75. 411.713
72, 808,.278
. 72, 818,117
72, 339, 698

Total.

•$836, 4.58,-781
803,109,885
, 798,-787, 280
804, 898, 961
802,893,496
808,008,848
816.288,721
819,:936, 746
812, 944, 894
815,140, 417
827,;507,783
808,'.952, 419
823,519,379
.815, 740,182
.888,603, 988
8 8 1 808, 824

120

REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.

K $ > o ' 4 S . — E S T I M A T E D AMOUNT OF GOLD AND GOLD C E R T I F I C A T E S , ' S I L V E R AND
S I L V E R C E R T I F I C A T E S , AND N O T E S AND C U R R E N C Y C E R T I F I C A T E S , ETC.—ConVd.

Month.

1879—October...
November
' Decemher.
1880—January..
February .
March
April.....
May . . . . . .
Juiie
July
August...
September
October...
November
December.
ISSl—January..
February.
Marcli
April
May
June......
July
August...
September
October...
November
Decemher.
1882-January . .
February.
March
April
.
May
June..
July
August...
September
October —
November
Decemher.
18S3—January . .
February .
March
April
May
June
July
August...
Septemher
October...
November
December.
1884—January . .
February .
March
April
May
June
July
August...
Septemher
Octoher . . .
November
Decemher.
1885—January . .
February .
-March
April
May
June
July
August...
Septem.her
October . . .
NoA^ember
December.
1836—January . .
February .
March




Notes and
Gold and gold Silver and
certificates. sih^cr certifi- currency cercates.
tificates.
$150, 821 418
180, 449 390
190, 346 067
198,184 585
205, 259 015
203,828 423
216,180 574
228, 620 101
233, 859 679
239,180 438
245, 922 819
259, 373 784
272, 377 885
273,441 065
285,987 374
295,289 202
279, 270 691
287, 380 703
308,858 283
318,453 621
321,072 397
332,166 674
324,687 175
332, 383 027
344, 044 992
343, 973 995
854, 897 420
385, 098 020
351, 924 467
859,087 310
370,745 617
380,933 195
388, 280 845
364, 589 682
381,614 794
361,487 715
387,101 160
375,408 438
892, 681 004
402, 734 963
895, 858 050
894, 604 443
399, 221 298
406, 728 103
404, 460 865
402. 107 127
398,788 772
401, 082 146
400,724 508
406, 554 620
410, 678 588
423, 830 711
422, 958 005
415,165 532
401 514 586
399,793 781
411, 770 848
430,658 602
431, 905 497
427, 389 024
427, 523 354
481010 318
434, 430 088
453, 641 872
453,816 420
458, 875 101
467, 947 370
471,316 882
488, 898 141
463,901 138
468, 006 252
464,123 280
458,106 541
460, 735 898
464, 989 147
478,042 889
467, 320 871
453, 048 816

$•73, 852, 896 .$882, 278, 905
75 686, 673 068. 578 859
79 336, 336 672, 720 056
79 102, 500 071,387 918
670, 625 190
79 218,759
80 612, 293 671, 263 972
668,142 271
81 819,159
80 064, 087 664,192 715
864, 898 108
79 810,792
684,200 808
80 741,540
82 805, 885 885, 553 208
689, 239 705
89 485. 803
100 134, 575 G72, 069 195
675,150 610
108 974,352
677, 469 202
120 095,806
873, 688 113
120 418, 356
671, 211 998
120 01.1 OSl
674,640 186
122 128,133
678, 067 788
121 161,927
888, 810 678,489 418
120
677, 447 857
120 778,076
122 999, 328 678, 961 631
679,988 512
129 187,412
138 679, 544 631,510 124
688, 797 700
147 151 809
638,228 283
148 840, 311
152 400. 542 G8C, 407 993
883,799 391
150 515,348
684, 035 605
148 412, 067
685, 634 311
148 882,056
144 827, 670 883, 228 872
142 108, 894 678, 414 135
676, 530 744
138 877,003
673,477 157
139 540,535
675,159 083
142 880, 223
630,700 784
150 141,831
682,288 108
155 391, 741
681, 805 083
159 137,574
554,648
683,152 390
161
678, 843 83G
159 916,436
158 846, 840 673, 723 789
681,280 823
160 444, 761
160 878, 473 677,985 882
180 346, 907 874, 094 870
671, 097 823
160 486, 365
162 779, 738 688,704 193
185 268, 655 668,831 822
171 490, 984 663, 067 600
178 867,165 .067, 213 219
180 894, 831 664, 401 782
682, 510 298
189 530, 243
186 330, 003 855,293 888
184 220, 8.52 652, 788 884
188 153, 789 651,904 503
182 982, 8S8 . 648,101 384
184 181, 586 651,468 905
181 882, 782 648, 569 835
180 564, 304 643, 654 045
644, 625 358
179 192,705
649,751 124
182 520,283
653, 844 961
188 853,200
193 408, 485 657, 810 182
853,003 779
208 831,358
200 346, 611 644,978 808
198 956, 358 841, 816 173
689,792 183
196 387, 059
686, 510 470
198 159,695
630, 372 086
187 621,826
633,180 007
183 705,136
636, 979 780
187 7.51,483
720,132
629,762 959
187
190 260, 682 623, 888 898
194 608, 518 628, 971 521
189 964, 082 631, 91.8 884
629, 904 852
192 924. 934
820,429 732
187 228, 468
185,946,198
628, -148 842
187 589, 217 828,149 717

Total.

.$888, 954, 019
922, 894, 422
942, 452, 459
948, 855, 003
955,102, 984
980, 504, 693
965, 622, 004
972, 876, 903
977, 968, 579
984,122, 786
993, 788, 382
1, 018,149, 297
1,044,831,855
1, 057, 586, 027
1, 088, 552, 882
1,089,345,671
1, 070, 498, 770
1, 081 646, 972
1,108, 085, 928
1,115, 261, 849
1,119,298,180
1,184,127, 033
1,133, 811, 099
1,152, 572, 695
1,174, 994, 001
1,179, 037, 589
1,193, 205, 955
1,199, 407, 754
1,134, 372,139
1,191, 853, 877
1,198, 800,159
1,181, 450, 224
1,178,688,092
1,177,607,354
1,179, 804, 080
1,192, 329, 830
1, 204, 729, 804
1 215, 846, 095
1, 287, 388, 040
1, 239, 044, 735
1,282,983,859
1, 238, 809, 527
1,288,083,103
1, 241,167, 880
1, 285, 995, 053
1,238,591,108
1, 232, 881, 749
1, 240, 640, 080
1, 246, 304, 887
1,251,850,783
1, 282, 769,127
1, 266, 054, 602
1,259,910,041
1, 250, 228, 804
1, 232, 578, 858
1, 235. 394, 252
1, 242, 223, 410
1, 254, 878. 951
1, 255, 728, 580
1,259,610,381
1, 269, 221, 515
1 231 723, 985
1, 291, 265. 205
1, 298, 984, 789
1, 292, 533, 951
1, 295. 054, 843
1, 297, 817, 585
1,239.310,754
1, 290, 288, 234
1, 283, 682, 801
1, 288, 489, 893
1, 283, 272, 290
1, 281, 681, 580
1,232,618,294
1, 287, 818, 483
1, 285, 700, 564
1, 276, 701 711
1, 268, 737, 750

121

TREASURER.

N ® . 4 * J . — E S T I M A T E D AMOU^NT O F GOLD AND GOLD C E R T I F I C A T E S , S I L V E R , A N D
S I L V E R C E R T I F I C A T E S , AND N O T E S AND C U R R E N C Y C E R T I F I C A T E S , ETC.—Cont'd.

Month.

1386—April
May
June
July
August
Septemher.
Octoher
November..
December..
1837- - J a n u a r y
Februaiy ..
March
April
May
June.
July
August
Septeniber.
October
November .
December..
1833—January . . .
February..
March — .
April
M a y .-.
June
July
August
Septemher.
October
Noveniher .
December...
1889—January . . .
February ..
March
April
May
June
July
August
September .
October
November .
December..
1890—January . . .
Febru.ary . .
March
April
May
June
July
August
SeiJtember .
October
November .
December..
1891—January . . .
February ..
March
April
May
June
July
August
September.
October
November .
December..
1892—January . . .
February ..
March
April
May
June
July
August
September.




i v
Notes a n d
Gold a n d g o l d s iS vle re r a n d
l
certifi- currency cercertificates.
cates.
tificates.
$448, 125,883 $189, 415, 028
440. 563, 349
183, 230, 772
483. 980, 712
186, 742, 200
438, 792, 902
183,167, 205
442. 386,115
192,941509
449, 412,147
208,589,459
456, 485,867
210, 245, 500
482, 592, 893
216,801,572
489, 505,864
227, 809, 006
477, 394, 557
225, 645, 402
471, 750, 575
227,110, 007
467. 254,476
237, 258, 854
469, 676, 335
241,927, 809
463, 755,472
248, 060, 289
467, 644,666
216,1914,89
472, 340, 331
249, 025,193
470, 815,596
254, 073, 296
489, 075,573
285,115, 895
492, 270, 543
274,644,838
487, 230, 968
284,182,120
496, 095, 200
293, 046, 598
503, 515,897 j 292, 571 023
494, 978,430 i 298,022,890
489, 699, 983
301,812,568
493, 129, 415 I 302, 859, 982.
505, 961,862 I 303, 565, 490
511 954, 224
308, 287. 314
510, 565, 916
309. 067. 084
501. 098,299 I 315, 955, 830
512, 168,054 I 328, 388, 982
520, 830,475
342, 046,'814
510, 655,314
850,S05;371
500, 722,960
360, 288, 845
511, 102,957
856,152, 418
509, 708,828
358, 005, 803
506. 898,897
859,481180
514. 022, 097
362, 209, 035
508. 007,520
381,702,672
492: 848,241
862, 997, 246
493, 889, 844
885,298,529
499, 204,728
875, 859, 721
492 823,064
888, 925,187
498. 622, 800
391, 099, 305
498, 252, 608
391,884,809
493. 691,311
898, 984, 977
518. 594,485
394, 840, 548
504: 112,007
396, 499, 004
-508, 562, 587
402, 488,190
508, 953, 781
403, 722, 864
506, 084,755
404,920,126
505, 778, 400
407, 446,142
507, 558,945
410, 014, .544
503, 485,726
416, 926, 770
545, 0 4 1 462
427,765,507
588, ,552,109
431 557, 399
586, 422. 396
434,097,828
555, ,127,876
484, 487, 640
565, 280, 784
426, 336. 684
555, 872, 003
4 2 1 728, 450
552, 785, 919
429, 807, 547
547, , 758, 580
481,991785
523, , 788.190
428. 283, 314
528: 924. 205
428, 838,113
528, ,345,401
423, 218, 457
515, ,018,414
4 3 1 701, 836
520. , 784, 878
4 4 1 875.108
542, , 870, 886 445, 883, 289
548, , 5 8 1 871 448,418, 251
558, ,105,299
445, 920, 589
571, ,011.981
442, 770, 908
587, ,814,780
448. 7 1 1 423
581, 948. 647
446, 702, 548
581,829, 648
447,877,878
568: , 206, 886
447,123,424
550: , 003, 079
448, 063, 805
547. ,809,189
447, 715, 622
539. . 541, 790
449, 809,170
532, , 784, 728
451, 885,189

$030, 023,114
826, 597 983
628, 289,174
627,1:"' 003
612, 472,464
811,158, 933
613,880, 255
613, 755,071
617,071 427
810, 573,739
606, 784 050
609, 918,804
007, 763,200
802,988 802
603, 221 707
600,198 483
596-, 297 580
598, 853,741
599.177 227
598, 921,810
594, 701 Oil
. 588, 535,
978
.530,511 045
577,188. 810
570, 678.709
561, 881 278
558, 847.582
548, 090.177
543, 567.498
.543,.557 748
544, 957,959
. 544, 423,
476
. .545, 291302
540, 337.113
533,195. 518
539, 604 189
537, 780,482
529, 474,279
524,119 283
520, 8-77,804
. 515,527 791
525,194 889
. 526, 091
925
527,156, 658
532, 591 121
527, 349,251
521 748, 290
528, 098,785
524, 798,969
519, 380 445
516, 278 649
514, 005,113
515, 554,781
524, 994,830
528, 742 899
538, 977,019
589,120, 752
533, 770,612
537, 598,516
547,216, 998
549, 876.758
546,842, 875
547, 464,477
558,083 684
558, 211,848
587, 871 495
578, 288,286
532, 264,448
588, 755,841
590, 072,289
595, 029,689
599, 995,827
604, 564,720
608, 679,939
607, 003.454
606,924 514
609, 905,624
611, 930,116

Total.

$1, 265, 563, 525
1, 255, 392,054
1, 249, 012, 086
1, 249, 148,110
1, 247. 788, 088
1, 261 158, 589
1, 280, 561, 628
1, 293. 149,586
1, 314. 386, 297
1, 318, 613, 698
1, 305, 644, 632
1,311 426, 634
1,319: 372,344
1,811 784, 583
1,817, 080, 842
1,821, 559,057
1, 320, 691,472
1, 358, 045, 207
1, 866, 092,403
1, 888, 3 1 1 898
1, 883, 842, 809
1, 882, 675, 898
1 871, 512, 865
1,868, 496, 311
1,371 663.106
1,371 158,130
1, 372, 089,070
1, 887 723,177
1, 360, 021,622
• 1, 334 059, 784
1,407 634, 743
1,405, 884, IGl
1 406, 248.107
1, 403, 092, 488
l,40r 909,754
1,405, 9G4, IGG
1, 413, 961, 644
1, 397. 184, 471
1, 379, 964,770
1,379, 316,177
1, 390, 092, 240
1, 404 748, 070
1,418, 813,580
1,417. 294, 075
1,480. 270, 900
1 485, 784, 284
1, 425. 359, 801
1,487. 099, 522
1, 437, 470, 094
1, 480, 815, 320
1,429, 498,191
1, 431 578,602
1, 435, 917,227
1, 497. 804,599
1, 498! 852,407
1, 504, 497, 238
1, 528. 73>>, 268
1, 525, 488,060
1,518, 198, 969
1, 529, 810,484
1, 529, 125.108
1,508, 891,888
1,499. 728, 795
1, 499, 847, 492
1 505, 981 948
1,580. .531, 478
1, 564, 492,181
15'77, 262, 070
1,588, 781, 729
1, 603, 855,128
1, 609, 558, 892
1, 60S, 641, 520
1,618, 572,244
1, 620, 010, 229
1, 608. 078, 338
1,601 949,325
1, 599, 250. 584
1 598. 049, 988

122

R E P O R T ON T H E FINANCES.

M©o 4 ' ^ o — E S T I M A T E D AMOUNT OF GOLD AND- GOLD* C E R T I F I C A T E S , S I L V E R AND
S I L V E R CERTIFICATES,, AND N O T E S AND C U R R E N C Y C E R T I F I C A T E S , ETC.—^Cont-'d. ,
i v and
N
a
G o l d a n d gold s iS vle re rcertifi- c u ro t e sc y n d
l
ren
cercertificates.
cates.
tificates.

Month.

1892—October...
November
December
1693—J.anuary
Fehruary
Marcii
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December.
1894—J.anuary
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October..
Novemher
December
1895-- J a n u a r y
February
March
April
May
Juno.
July......
August
September
October.!....
Novemher
December
1396—January
Fehruary
March
April
May
June
July
August....
September

$531, 507,546 $452, 210,395
452, 566, 774
533, 556,672
452,185. 214
530, 064, 099
450,929. 985
532, 383, 887
524, 205,887
445, 738,680
519, 281980
448, 548,818
516, 081, 549
446, 800, 251
509, 415, 913
446,832, 683
496, 603, 719
448, 919,176
504, 520, 970
450, 419, 508
-549, 880, 417
452,198,204
563, 928, 708
447,888,607
577, 010, 988
448, 752, 857
•583, 221,690
452, 339. 564
586, 6 1 1 9 9 0
453,269,979
6 0 1 373,385
447, 005, 728
567, 766,112
445,615, 705
568, 408,865
442, 560. 846
567, 885, 132- 442, OSO; 413
566, 1.73, 701
489, 856, 900
564, 218, 399
486, 519.102
565, 050, 806
4 3 , 702, 680
-3
583, 076,555
435,177,330
564, 916, 687
448, 041, 730
564, 488,449
447, 829, 970
524, 715,086
451,373,916
538, 863,285
451, 888, 960
558, 837, 220
441051,331
520, 075, 889
441, 406, 372
528, 337,088
437,537,659
531, 862, 584
486, 281, 990
532, 309,999
434,152, 228
528, 656,626
431, 931 632
583, 896,189
482, 634, 332
528, 868,742
486, 447, 282
520, 529, 601
448, 990. 907
525, 599,252
455, 643, 087
530, 486,033
460, 082, 725
534, 661938
459, 700, 260
549, 110, 535
452, 681,150
489, 626, 610
451, 805, 945
489, 151, 505
454, 795, 481
497, 278, 215
454, 920, 282
493,
498, 838, 848 450,387,124
449,242 443, 435, 812
•484,
•502, 587, 423 443, 320, 029
517, 863, 608 458,885,242
471,172,950
508,129

..
...

—
-.

Total.

$622, 421, 794 $1,606, 189, 735
1 614, 790, 268
828, 660, 820
1, 010, 083,874
628, 434, 561
1,607, 958,439
024, 694, 587
1,599, 655, 542
629,716,615
1, 602, 520, 806
634, 687, 528
1, 599, 628, 385
638,196, 535
1, 596, 151,901
640, 403, 305
1, 593, 726,411
648, 203, 516
1,811, 099, 017
656,158, 539
1,680, 582, 671
678, 486, 050
1,761, 989,918
090,123,233
1,718, 544, G82
692, 780, 837
1,728, 994, 290
691,383,636
1. 729, 018,266
689, 733, 297
1,739, 788,511
683,401448
1, 690, 675,152
677, 298, 835
1,690, 71-1, 808
631,745,097
681, •822, 395 • 1,691, 793, 990
689, 688, 800
1, 675, 680, 401
663,323, 781
1, 684, 681, 282
1, 857, 574,289
658, 821, 353
1, 648, 671,481
61S, 417. 596
1,655, 038, 982
647, OSO; 565
1,872, 093, 422
659, 880,603
1, 637, 228, 451
661,137, 449
1, 628, 588, 822
636, 086, 377
1, 613, 657,515
610, 768. 964
1, 574, 534, 557
613, 052, 316
1, 534, 184, 424
618, 809, 677
1, 599, 484,154
031, 289,630
1,608, 179, 258
639, 717, 329
1,604, 131,968
648,540,710
1, 614, 583,786
648,008,265
1, 603, 583, 028
688,287, 024
1, 585, 593,509
618,073,001
1, 598, 859,816
617, 816, 977
1, 594, 195, 479
603, 878. 671
1,579, 206, 724
581841,478
1, 589, 720, 807
587, 978, 922
1 528, 742, 057
587, 909, 502
1,528, 029, 463
584, 682, 477
1,540, 007, 082
58-7,-802, 535
1, 521, 584, 233
572,858,811
1, 509, 725, 200
567.846, 846
1,514. 903,142
588, 995, 690
1, 539, 189, 634
577, 420, 784
1 582, 302,289
593, 621, 210

^Oo 4 S o — C H A N G E S I N T H E V O L U M E O F M O N E Y I N CIRCULATION, FROM I N T E R N A L
E X P A N S I O N AND CONTRACTION, AND F R O M IMPORTS AND E X P O R T S O F GOLD,
DURING EACH MONTH, FROM J UNE, 1 8 7 8 .

Month.
1878—June
July
August
September.
October
November.
December .
1879—January . . .
Februaiy..
March
April
May
June
July
•August
September.
October
November .
December .




Internal
Internal
Net imports Net exports
expansion. contraction.
of gold.
of gold.

$8, 367, 328
6,084, 808
$7,621, 006
4,121, 043
3,158, 390
9, 863, 467
3,791,414

$686, 808
28, 882

6, 872,649
27, 895, 839
18,892.805
17,317,885
6, 427, 332

3, 111 852
10, 253, 373
3, 720, 025
7,042,052

• 255,416
1 8 1 778
1, 297, 722
98, 898

18,390,536
14,108, 798
4, 090, 798

*7i.,"38b'

21, 873
111,515

15, 864, 682
22, 819i 151
6, 752, 390
18, 422, 568
13, 830,155

, 109; 781
43, 588

7, 063,925

Net
decrease.

$8,343,946
6, 322, 805

$287, 802
488, 725
2.117,'578
.894,906

2, 084, 208
12, 622, 782

Net
increase.

2,195, 728
12, 887, 366
18,555,884
11586.980
22, 220, 753
"7,"'736,'i49
28,304,841
25. 645,195
85,740,403
19, 758, 037

123

TREASURES.

M©. ^ S e — C H A N G E S IN T H E V O L U M E O F M O N E Y I N CIRCULATION, FROM I N T E R N A L
E X P A N S I O N AND CONTRACTION, ETC.—Continued.

Month.
1880—January
February.....!
March
.....
April..
May...
June
.........
July
August
...
September
October...
Novemher
Decemher . — .
1881—January.
February..
.March.
April
'.
May
....
June
,
July
August
. September
I
October
.November . . : . .
December
1882—January
February
March..\......
April..
..... . May
June...
....
July
August
Septemher
1
October.
November
December......
1883—January
February
....
March
April...
May . . .
....
June
.
July
August
-...
September
October........
November
December......
1884—January . . .
February
March
April
..
May c
'.
June
...
July
August
September
October.
November.
December
..
1885—January
February
March
April
May
......
Juiie...
July......
August
Septemher
October
Novemher .
December......
1886—January
.
February
March
April
...
May
June
:
July.




Net imports N e t exports
Internal
Internal
of gold.
expansion. c o n t r a c t i o n . ' of gold.
$569; 383
314,861

, 633,181
,133,100
676, 228
0,40,671
237, 816
982,765
.973, 763
609,095
596,851
396,171
599, 740
638, 903
083, 802

$274,499

$19,155, 000
141,214
175,569
474,642
339, 674
191,012

77, 240
17, 083
106,911
182,444
9,054,4^
18, 766, 084
16,086,187
- 9,331632
.16,347,452
4,709,487
306, 099
7, 008, 988
15,263,387
701,279
294,393

8, 273, 047
i,'370,'8i2'
[, 237, 630
'1259^157
;,'546,"977"
,511,482
I 209, 080
,
,819, 800
1 688-, 630
,
927,729
19. 570, 692
381, 056

905,950
3,780,794
2,189, 062
1, 971,253
1, 275, 639
5,656, 872
2, 960, 679
261,136

415,189
492, 446
807,888
4, 978, 924
2,782,829
2,554, 390
721, 404
585, 907
585, 446
352,101
913,823

328, 884
1,845,031
2, 036, 927
4,128,900
3, 960, 450
586,243
371, 647

3,155, 708
689, 697
336, 650
901, 227
885,664
529, 544
486, 499
352,285
758,095
524, 978
070,987
6, 627, 975
54 i," 877
988, 854

1943,494
2,123, 997
2,582,681
1, 400, 822
2, 258, 869
7, 749, 375
2,011,242
628, 597
252,187
923, 515

859,-825
5,517,498
3,051,651
2,775,401
3, 721,184
1,242,-036
4, 327, 928
168, 463
237, 280
, 737,484
7:29,233

$4, 202, 544
8,447,961
5,401,729
5,117, 311
7, 251 899
5,089,676
6,156, 207
9,663,576
24, 362, 935
26,482,858
12, 934, 872
25, 986, 355
5, 793, 289
14,150, 202
23, 438, 956
7,175, 921
4, 086, 281
14, 829, 503
318, 534
18, 761, 596
22, 421, 306
4, 043, 588
14,108;380
6, 201, 799

15, 035, 615
6, 762, 568
2, 389, 271 6, 981, 588
1, 791,148 7,446,482
18, 084, 778
17, 343, 935
5, 315,109
2,768,132
4, 592, 220
1,080,788
1, 212; 384 1,996; 726
12, 725, 750
12, 899, 474
11,116,791
21,541,945
1, 656, 695
454, 704
3,375, 888.
1, 753, 570
3,104, 777703,091
198, 903
5,172, 8-27:
2,408, 945
709, 859
7,758; 831
5, 664, 807
5;545. 896
10,918,344
3, 285, .475
6,144, 581
2, 988, 853
9, 881, 287
11, 320, 984
17,650,416
18, 037, 090
2, 815, 894
1,085,333
6, 829,158
12,853,541
846, 600
3,888,821
9, 811,184
15, 507, 470
6,586,220
7, 699, 584
375, 462
829,240
512, 229
741,158

7,477,541

Net
decrease.

$18,843; £01

688, 491
5,248,548
10, 512, 475
8,118,'549
- 2,962,078
2,620,089
1,031,821

,249,121
. 302, 757
,
, 081, 510
. 548,277
- 169, 978
,

.Net
increase.

374, 590
2, 834, 548
1,181691
4, 657, 898
3,830,217

2. 465, 892
2, 563,192
8, 808, 7811 600, 983
5,112, 908
217,103
1,590,710
; 714
,
I ISO
,

875,833
1667,-925
9,080.42^4
4,461, 505
7,146, 489
8,117, 452
593, 259

2,117.919
8,995, 853
7, 918, 981
3, 224, 225
10,171,471
6, 379,968
136, 024

124

R E P O R T ON T H E FINANCES.

W.®,,4Se—CHANGES I N T H E VOLUME OF M O N E Y I N CIRCULATION, FRO.M I N T E R N A L
E X P A N S I O N AND CONTRACTION, ETC.—Continned.
Month.
18SG—August....
September.
.October
November .
December..
1887—January . . .
February..
March
April
May
June
...
. July
August
September.
. , October
November.
December.,.
1888—January . . .
February..
March
April
May
June
.^July
August....
September.
October
November..
December..
1889—January . . .
. . February..
March . . . , .
, April
May
June
July
, August....
Sep'tember.
October
November .
December..
1800—January....
February..
March
April
May
Juiie
July
A.ugust
September.
Octoher
Novemher .
December..
1891—January . . .
February..
March
April
May...
Juiio
Jiily
,
August
September.
October
November..
December ..
1892—January —
February...
M arch
April
May....
June
July
August......
September.,
Octoher
November..
December ..
1893—January....
February...




Internal
Internal j N e t imports Net exports
expansion. contraction.! of goid.
of goid.
$8,192, 814
252
056
546
301
8, 679, 584
6, 485, 280

$4, 827, 792
4, 686, 249
5,148,983
8, 955, 862
11, 350, 460
2, 906, 935

5,195, 451
391,
816,
440,
470,
659,
14, 089,

$1305; 022

938, 092
10, 510, 583
3,173, 384

833, 087
7, lis, 268

4, 587, 781

1, 681, 978
.5, 788, 815
13, 913, 357
12, 577,179
1, 562, 457
1,439, 282

" 8 6 7 585
32, 353, 735
18, 047,198
2, 221, 995
15, 528, 411
• 228, 819
652, 950

16, 713
951,981
535, 717

1, 436, 475
1,198, 025
991,930
.598, 868
305, 743
165,808

3, 987, 880
3, 794, 249

1,144. 005
2,196, 403
1, 359, 249
5, 400, 659
669, 672
3, 444, 842
4, 541, 566
13, 929, 798
30, 388; 112
15,539,494
5, 633, 526
1, 222. 587
7,106,138
18, 088, 852
8, 489, 768
5, 784, 850
305, 548

301, 414
, 116,
, 023,
882, 474
2, 684, 080
1, 438, 565

863,940
1, 844, 381
4, 182, 784
2, 051 412
7, 997, 478
16, 777,173
17, 219, 701
648,598
10, 778, 068
14, 850,830
9, 070, 460
3, 480, 545
12, 976, 834
5, 518, 875
10, 424, 083

574, 002
7,718
3, 845, 530
10, 664, 975
411,288

"6,'647,"050"

504, 976
4, 885, 893
7,101, 555
23,488,112
23, 575, 014

3,415,415
6, 818, 851
548, 074
GGO, 808
3, 712, 225
2, 370, 201
12,691,139
17, 472, 209
4, 425, 454
77. 751
2,120, 111

285,

1,166,911
11,168,533
3,016,054

209, 923
7, 557, 495
2,881,106
3, 482, 806

4,'086,'034

10, 730, 726

2, 276, 279
4,498,215

157, 380

3, 521, 926

,574,
944,

772, 599
7, 969, 086
8, 782, 002
4, 945, 710

607, 670
115,063

'b'hol'm

Net
decrease.

$16,375,501
16, 403, 089
12, 587, 908
21, 286, 761
$1, 533, 786
1, 868, 961
1,164,968

,048,
,110,

Net .
increase.

11, 740, 221
870, 572
6, 054, 768
1, 319,135
2, 082,
1 388,
Gl, 837,
1, 047,
5, 641
24, 289,

411
625
872
803
831
030
3, 298, 208
7, 230,091

11, 811, 495
685,381
25, 238, 215
4,185, 098
79, 303

6, 284, 451
24, 599; 533
33, 960, 685
12, 769, 909
11,519,659
15, 078, 399
3, 680, 218 5, 703, 764
3,225,550
917, 872
7, 034, 782
4, 980, 724
3, 268, 063 6, 487, 985
18, 635, 477
18, 936, 391
10,240,198
1,121 013
5,-716, 699
2. 892, 741
2, 324,127
8, 2u6, 601
10, 089, 752
8,650,531
11, 389,189
1 108, 392
12,213,553
2, 725, 435
12, 988, 068
•8, 302, 897

125

TREASURER.

N o o 4 8 o — C H A N G E S I N T H E V O L U M E OF M O N E Y I N C I R C U L A T I O N / F R O M INTERNAL
E X P A N S I O N AND CONTRACTION; E T C . - ^ C o n t i n u e d .

Month.
1398

March
April
May
June
July

September
October
November
December
1804 January
Febi'uary
Marcli
April
-t^^^y

Jul e
J u ny
Au<-''ust
...
September
October
November
December
1395—January
Fehruary ..
March
April
Mav
June
July
August

Internal
Internal
Net imports Not exports
expansion. contraction.
of g o l d .
of Gold.

Net
increase.

$4, 870, 255
14, 852, 503
12, 329, 826

$2, 865, 264

$1, 504,
13, 344,
-15, 205,
1,701,

$723, 946
$5, 778,
40, 622,
5, 242,
1, 072,
4,139,

11, 596, 205
23, 841,125
18.185,184
15,531,845
4, 309, 776
3, 982, 276
11,389,085

401
529
088
919
832
1, 903, 300
578,700
1 OGS, 835
2, 929, 241
9, 402,110
23,121 058
22, 376, 872
12, 828, 572
1, 935, 808

48, 040, 024
2, 963, 897
10, 481, 292
6,999,489
10, 788. 703
6, 836, 579
8, 967, 455
7, 949,383
16, 534, 589
86, 374, 359
1, 283, 390

418,118
519, 851
1, 507, 388

43,189, 961

4, Oil, 388
13, 697, 835
4,132, 417

Septemher

817, 856
10, 712, 489

608
654
247
784
608
976
245
49 108 859

89, 656
1, 079,182
18 1*51 589
11,808,169
8, 486, 993
10, 90^. 753
34, 868, 971
10, G57, 829
12,911,107
89,122, 958
9, 849, 887
15, 249, 780
- 6,745,402
2, 047, 588

2, 682, 498
18, 499. 415
6, 077,897
9, 097, 788

5,781,686

10 950 753
17, 989, 519
4, 688, 837
14, 938, 755
60 978,550
112, 594

9, 3-75, 389
293,653

14,040,117
78, 616
14, 275, 730
22,179, 495
9, 034, 575

872,
488,
377.
604,
449,
023,
785,

8, 296, 087 10,401,318
15,183,175
16, 674, 609
78, 357 13, 285, 307
18,463,188
14,170, 899 .
198, 586 10,518,833

18, 342, 664
8, 804, 351
70, 353, 989
408, 247

17,
69,
21,
16,
8,
2,
10,

8, 367, 501
17, 054, 440

4, 067, 003
4,120, 290
2, 029, 761
3, 271,193
1963,750

1, 814, 910
Octoher
November
December
1896—January
Fehruary
March
April
May
June
July

$3, 492, 471
2 378,434
2, 425, 490

9, 424, 489
24, 693, 489

11,787,382
5, 529, 577
18, 219, 969
3, 474, 209

991
979
780
544

Net
decrease.

2, 088, 997
34, 098, 080

11, 377, 619
18,422,799
11, 359, 083
5, i77, 942
24, 266, 492
43,132, 655

N®o 4 I » — G E N E R A L D I S T R I B U T I O N OF T H E STOCK OF MONEY^ AS B E T W E E N T H E
T R E A S U R Y AND T H E CIRCULATION, AT E N D OF E A C H M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878.

Month.
1878—June
July
August . . .
September
October . . .
November.
December .
1879—January...
Fehruary .
Marcli
April
May..
June . . . . . .
July
August . . .
Septemher
October . . .
November.
December .
1880-J a n u a r y . . .
February .
March
April
May
June

Belonging
On deposit
to Treasury. in Treasury.
040,821
171, 603,016
184, 676,389
182, 589, 288
190, 355, 684
195, 570, 087
190, 817,762
193, 593, 584
206, 904, 278
209, 813,027
208, 179, 568
225, 855, 518
215, 009, 098
197, 275,115
217, 413,861
229, 773, 814
230, 137, 823
220, 544,769
211 725, 246
217, 905, 558
214. 396, 640
213 972,986
215. 375, 280
213. 023,055
212, 168,100




Total in
Treasury.

$92, 644, 600 $256, 685, 421
97, 211, 030 268, 814, 046
93, 425, 280 278,101, 689
75, 744, 670 258, 383, 938
71, 856, 350 262, 212, 034
78, 426, 420 268, 996, 507
58, 776, 830 249. 594, 592
61, 397, 880 254,991,484
65,187, 680 272, 091, 958
46, 356, 280 256,169, 257
49, 794, 620 252, 974,188
44, 815, 680 270,671,178
43, 685, 650 263, 894, 748
58, 888, 550 256,141,665
53, 745, 550 271,159, 411
50, 847, 750 230,121, 064
43, 238, 350 273, 371173
3 1 717,110
255,261,879
31, 565, 010 246, 290, 256
32, 364, 010 250, 269, 568
31, 217, 520 245, 614,160
28, 979, 420 242, 952,406
29, 431 320 244, 809, 600
33,674, 370 246, 697, 425
34, 973, 870 247,141, 970

I n circulation.
$808, 453, 781
808,109,835
796, 787,- 230
804, 898, 961
802,893,490
806, 008, 348
816, 266, 721
819, 986, 746
812, 944, 694
815,140,417
827,507, 783
808, 952, 419
828,519,379
845, 740,132
888, 003, 983
861. 308, 824
886, 954, 019
922, 694, 422
942, 452, 459
948, 855, 003
955,102.964
960,504, 693
985, 822, 004
972, 876, 903
977, 966, 579

Aggregate.
$1, 063, 139, 202
1,071, 923,881
1, 074, 888, 899
1, 063, 280, 899
1,085, 105, 530
1, 075, 004, 855
1, 065, 861,313
1, 074, 978,210
1,085, 088, 852
1,071, 309,874
1, 080, 481,971
1, 079, 628,597
1, 087, 214,127
1,101, 831,797
1,109, 183,394
1,141, 429, 888
1,160, 828,192
1,177, 958,301
1,188, 742, 715
1,196, 924, 571
1, 200, 717,124
1, 208, 457, 099
1,210, 481, 604
1 219, 571 328
1, 225, 103, 549

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