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ANNUAL REPORT

Seeretary of the Treasury
ON THE

STATE OF THE FINANCES

Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1899.

WASHINGTON:
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GOVERNMENT

PRINTING

OFFICE.




TREASURY

DEPARTMENT,

Document No,. 2137.
Secretary.

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CONTENTS.
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RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES

Fiscal year 1899
Fiscal year 1900
Fiscal year 1901

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OPERATIONS OF THE TREASURY

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COINS AND COINAGE

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Deposits
Purchases
Coinage
Recoinage
Silver balances
Seigniorage . . . Minor coinage
Bars manufactured
Silver quotations
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Earnings and expenditures
Imports and exports
Industrial arts
Metallic stock in t h e United States
Production of gold and silver.
World's coinage
Legislation recommended

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ENGRAVING AND PRINTING

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PUBLIC MONEYS

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NATIONAL BANKS

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LOANS AND CURRENCY

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FOREIGN COMMERCE

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CUSTOMS

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Reorganization of districts
Special agents
Undervaluations
Smuggling
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Board of General Appraisers
ALASKA

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Salmon fisheries
Seal herd

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INTERNAL REVENUE.

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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
PUBLIC BUILDINGS

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IMMIGRATION




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Hall of Records......"'CHINESE EXCLUSION

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MARINE-HOSPITAL SERVICE

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New purveying depot
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Marine hospital for consumptives, Fort Stanton, N. Mex
New marine hospital for New York
Medical corps
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Expenditures
Reorganization of Marine-Hospital Bureau
liygienic laboratorj^
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National quarantine service—Domestic
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Mullet Key detention camp
Craney Island
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Post epidemic disinfection and aeration
Sanitary operations connected with t h e return of troops from Cuba and
Porto Rico
Yellow fever—National Soldiers' Llome, Virginia
Yellow fever in Louisiana and Mississippi
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Yellow fever in Key West and Miami, Fla
Quarantine on t h e Texas-Mexican border
Aid in t h e suppression of smallpox
National quarantine service—Insular and foreign
Leprosy investigation
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. Cause of yelloAV fever
National quarantine law
REVENUE CUTTER SERVICE

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Vessels
Bering Sea patrol

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Personnel
.Pensions

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Porto Rico

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NAVIGATION

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STEAMBOAT-INSPECTION SERVICE

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COAST AND. GEODETIC SURVEY

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Weights and measures

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LIGHT-HOUSE ESTABLISHMENT
LIFE-SAVING SERVICE

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SECRET SERVICE

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STATE BONDS AND STOCKS OWNED BY THE UNITED STATES.
CENTRAL PACIFIC DEBT

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STANDARD OF MONEY . . - . . . '

BANKING AND CURRENCY

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Summary

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Tables accompanying the rej^ort.
TABLE A.—Statement of t h e outstanding principal of t h e public debt of
the United States J u n e 30, 18.99
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TABLE B.—Statement of t h e outstanding principal of t h e public debt of
the United States on t h e 1st of January of each year from
1791 to 1843, inclusive, and on t h e 1st of J u l y of each year
from 1843 to 1899, inclusive
TABLE C.—'Analysis of the principal of t h e public debt of the United States
from July 1, 1856, to J u l y . l , 1899
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TABLE D.—Statement of t h e issue and redemption of loans and Treasury
notes (by warrants) for t h e fiscal year ended J u n e 30, 1899.




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TABLE E . —Statement showing the purchase and redemption of bonds on
account of the sinking fund during each fiscal year from its*
institution in May, 1869, to and including J u n e 30,1899
cxiii
TABLE F.—Sinking-fund account for fiscal year 1899
cxx
TABLE G.—Population, net revenue, and net expenditures of the Government from 1837 to J u n e 30, 1899, and per capita of t h e revenues and per capita of expenditures
cxxi
TABLE H . —Internal and customs revenue and expenses of collecting, from
1858 to 1899
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TABLE I.—Statement showing the revenues and expenditures of the Goverhment by months; the legal-tender notes, net gold, and
available cash in the Treasury at the end of each month; the
monthly redemption of legal-tender notes in gold, and the
imports and exports of gold, from January, 1879, to June,
1899, inclusive
cxxiii
TABLE J.—Statement of the net disbursements (by warrants) during the
fiscal year ended J u n e 30,1899
cxxx
TABLE K.—Statement of receipts of the United States from March 4, 1789,
to J u n e 30, 1899, by calendar years to 1843 and by fiscal
years (ended J u n e 30) from t h a t time
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^TABLE L.—Statement of expenditures of t h e United States from March 4,
1789, to J u n e 30, 1899, by calendar years to 1843 and by fiscal
years (ended J u n e 30) from that time
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TABLE M.—Statement'showing the amounts of money in the United States,
in the,Treasury, and in circulation on t h e dates specified...
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TABLE N.—Statement of United States bonds and other obligations received
and issued by the Ofl&ce of t h e Secretary of t h e Treasury from.
November 1, 1898, to October 31, 1899
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TABLE 0.—Statement showing t h e aggregate receipts, expenses, average
number of persons employed, and cost to collect internal
revenue in t h e several collection districts during t h e fiscal
year ended J u n e 30, 1899
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TABLE P.—Statement of customs business for the fiscal year ended J u n e
30, 1899
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A P P E N D I X T O THE IIEPORT ON THE FINANCES.
REPORT OF THE TREASURER

" Revenues and expenditures
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The 3 per cent loan
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State of the Treasury
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The public debt
Paper currency in circulation
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Retirement of Treasury notes
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Reduction of paper in t h e Treasury
Volume of Government paper restricted
Small denominations called for
Movement of silver
Fractional silver coin
Minor coin
The use of gold coin
Percentage of gold to circulation and to legal-tender notes
Increase of gold reserve
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REPORT OF THE TREASURER—Continued.

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Gold certificates

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Comparative estimate of monetary stock
Increase in per capita of circulation
Anticipation of November interest
The coinage
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Spurious and fraudulent issues
Trustfunds
District of Columbia
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Redemption of national-bank notes
The work of t h e Treasurer's ofiice

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Apperidix to report of ihe Treasurer.
No. 1.—Revenues and expenditures for t h e fiscal year 1899, as shown by warrants issued
'. No. 2.—Net ordinary revenues and expenditures for each quarter of the fiscal
year 1899, as shown by warrants issued
No. 3.—Receipts and expenditures on account of the Post-Ofl&ce Department
for the fiscal year 1899, as shown by warrants issued
No. 4.—Receipts and disbursements of each kind of money on all accounts at
the Treasury in Washington for the fiscal year 1899
No. 5.—Receipts and disbursements of each kind of money on all accounts at
the subtreasury in Baltinaore for the fiscal year 1899
No. 6.—Receipts and disbursements of each kind of money on all accounts at
• the subtreasury in New York for t h e fiscal year 1899.
No. 7.—Receipts and disbursements of each kind of money on all accounts at
the subtreasury in Philadelphia for the fiscal year 1899
No. 8.—Receipts and disbursements of each kind of money on all accounts at
the subtreasury in Boston for the fiscal year 1899
No. 9.—Receipts and disbursements of each kind of money on all accounts at
the subtreasury in Cincinnati for the fiscal year 1899
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No. 10.—Receipts and disbursements of each kind of money on all accounts at
the subtreasury in .Chicago for the fiscal year 1899
No. 11.—Receipts and disbursements of each kind of money on all accounts at
the subtreasury in St. Louis for the fiscal year 1899
No. 12.—Receipts and disbursements of each kind of money on all accounts at
the subtreasury in New Orleans for the fiscal year 1899
No. 13.—Receipts and disbursements of each kind of money on all accounts at
the subtreasury in San Francisco for the fiscal year 1899
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No. 14.—Total receipts and disbursements of each kind of money on all accomits at the Treasury offices for the fiscal year 1899
No. 15.-^Assets and liabilities of the Treasury offices J u n e 30, 1899
No. 16.—Assets of the Treasury in t h e custodj^ of mints and assa}^ offices June
30,1899
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No. 17.—General distribution of the assets and liabilities of the Treasury J u n e
30, 1899
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No. 18.—rDistribution of the general Treasury balance J u n e 30, 1899
No. 19.—Available assets^and net liabilities of the Treasury J u n e 30, 1898 and
1899...
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No. 20.—^Assets and liabilities of the Treasury in excess of certificates and Treasu r y notes J u n e 30, 1898 and 1899
No. 21.—Unavailable funds of the general Treasury and Post-OfficeDepartment,
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No. 22.—Gold coin and bullion in the Treasury at the end of each month, from
June, 1 8 7 8 . . .
42
No. 23.—Silver coin and bullion in t h e Treasury at t h e end of each month, from
June, 1878...
45 '
No. 24.—United States notes. Treasury notes, and national-bank notes in the
Treasury at the end of each month, from June, 1878
• 48
No. 25.—Grold certificates, silver certificates, and currency certificates in the
Treasury at the end of each month, from June, 1878
52
No. 26.—Assets of the Treasury, other than gold, silver, notes, and certificates,
at the, end of e^ch month, from June, 1878
55*
No. 27.—Assets of the Treasury at the end of each month, from June, 1878..
58
No. 28.^^Liabilities of the Treasury at the end of each month, from June,
1878......-62
No. 29.—Assets of the Treasury in excess of certificates and Treasury notes at
- the end of each month, from June, 1878
65
No. 30.—United States notes of each denomination issued, redeemed, and outstanding at the close of each fiscal year
68
No. 31.—Treasury notes of 1890 of. each denomination issued, redeemed, and
outstanding at the close of each fiscal year.
77
No. 3 2 . ^ G o l d certificates of each denomination issued, redeemed, and out. standing at the close of each fiscal year, exclusive of 133,000,580.46
• in irregular amounts issued and redeemed on accountof the Geneva
award
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78
No^ 33.^Silver certificates of each denomination issued, redeemed, and out>:
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standing at the close of each fiscal year
83
No. 34.^Currency certificates, act of J u n e 8,1872, of each denomination, issued,
redeemed, and outstanding at t h e close of pach fiscal year
86
No. 35.—Araount 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 1866.".
89
No.. 36.—Amount of paper currency of each denomination outstanding a t t h e
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close of each fiscal year, from 1878
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97
No. 37.-^01d demand notes issued, redeemed, and outstanding at the close of
each fiscal year
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102
No. 38.-^Fractional currency issued, redeemed, and outstanding at the close of
, each fiscal year.
102
No. 39.—United States paper currency outstanding at t h e close of each fiscal
year
103
No. 40.—Estimated stock of gold coin and bullion at the end of each month,
from June, 1878
•104
No. 41.—Estimated stock of silver coin and bullion at t h e end of each month,
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from June, 1878
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107
No. 42.—United States notes, Treasury notes, and national-bank notes out• standing at t h e end of each month, from June, 18.78
110
No. 43.—Gold certificates, silver certificates, and currency certificates outstanding at the en,d of each month, from June, 1878
113
No. 44.—Estimated stock of all kinds of money at the end of each month, from
June, 1878
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117
No. 45.—Estimated amount of gold and silver in. circulation at the end of each
month, from June, 1878
120
No. 4 6 . ^ U n i t e d States notes. Treasury notes, and national-bank notes in cir" cuiation at t h e end of each month, from June, 1878
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123
No. 47.—Gold certificates, silver certificates, and currency certificates in circu'
lation at t h e end of each month, from June, 1878
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No. 48.—Estimated amount of all kinds of money in circulation at the end di
each month, from June, 1878
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130
No. 49.—Estimated amount of gold and gold certificates, silver and silver certificates, and notes and currency certificates in circulation at the
end of each month, from June, 1878
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133
No. 50.—Changes in the volume of money in circulation from internal expansion and contraction and from imports and exports of gold during
each month, from June, 1878
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137
No. 51.—General distribution of t h e stock of money, as between the Treasury
and the circulation, at the end of each month, from June, 18781...
-140
No. 52.—United States notes and Treasury notes redeemed in gold and imports
and exportsyof gold during each month, from January, 1879 . . . . . . . 143
No. 53.—United States notes and Treasury notes redeemed in gold and imports
and exports of gold during each fiscal year, from January 1,1879... 146
No. 54.—Treasury notes of 1890 issued, retired by redemption in silver dollars,
and outstanding, together with the silver in the Treasurj^ purchased
by such notes, for each month . . i
147
No. 55.—Transactions between the subtreasury and clearing house in New York
during each mouthy, from July, 1880
148
No. 56.—Amount of each kind of money used in settlement of clearing-house
balances against t h e subtreasury in New York during each month,
from September, 1880
151
No. 57.—Monthly receipts from customs at New York and percentage of each
kind of-money received, from June, 1878
15i4
No. 58.—Fractional silver coin of each denomination in each office of the Treas:.
ury and Mint Jime 30, 1899 ..'.
158
No. 59.—Minor coin of each 4enomination in each office of the Treasury and
Mint J u n e 30,1899
158
No. 60.—Shipments of silver coin from each office of the Treasury and Mint from
July 1,1885, to J u n e 30,1899..°...
158
No. 61.—Shipments of silver coin from the Treasury offices.and mints during
each fiscal year from 1886, and charges thereon for transportation.. " 159
No. 62.—Semiannual duty collected from national banks for each fiscal y e a r . . .
159
No. 63.—Bonds held in trust iof national banks June 30, 1898 and .1899, and
changes during the year
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160
No. 64.—Receipts and disbursements of public moneys through national-bank
depositaries, by fiscal years
160
No. 65.—Number of national banks and of national-bank depositaries, and
amount of bonds held for them at the close of each fiscal year
161
No. 66.—Old demand notes of each denomination issued, redeemed, and outstanding June 30, 1899
161
No. 67.—^Fractional currency of each denomination issued, redeemed, and out- •'
standing J u n e 30, 1899
161
No. 68,—Compound-interest notes of each denomination issued, redeemed, and'•
outstanding J u n e 30, 1899...-.
162
No. 69.—One and two year notes of each denomination issued, redeemed, and
outstanding June 30, 1899.
162
No. 70.—United States paper currency of each class, together with one and two
year notes and compound-interest notes, issued, redeemed, and outstanding J u n e 30, 1899
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No. 71.—Seven-thirty notes issued, redeemed, and outstanding J u n e 30, 1899.
162
No. 72.—Coupons from United States bonds and interest notes paid during, the
fiscal year 1899, classified by loans
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No. 73. -Checks issued for interest on registered bonds of the United States

during the fiscal year 1899

163

No. 74. -Interest on 3.65 per cent bonds of the District of Columbia paid dur-

ing the fiscal year 1899.

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No. 75. -Refunding certificates, convertible into bonds of the funded loan of

No.
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No.
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No.
No.

1907, issued, converted, and outstanding at the close of each fiscal
year
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76. -Public debt June 30,1898 and 1899, and changes during the year
» 165
77. -United States bonds retired from May, 1869, to June 30, 1899...:...
166
78. -Bonds and other securities retired for the sinking fund during the
fiscal year 1899, andlotal from May, 1869
167
79. -Bonds called, redeemed, and outstanding June 30, 1899
167
80. -Public debt, exclusive of certificates and Treasury notes, at the end
^of each month from June, 1878, according to the form of statement
adopted in 1891
170
81. -Lawful money deposited in the Treasury each month of the fiscal year
1899 for the redemption of national-bank notes
174
82. -Disbursements from redemption accounts of. national banks each
month of the fiscal year 1899
174
83. -National-bank notes received for redemption from the principal cities .
and other places each month of the fiscal year 1899, in thousands of
dollars
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84. -Redemptions and deliveries of national-bank notes each month of the
fiscal year 1899
175
85. -Redeemed national-bank notes delivered from the Treasury each
month of the fiscal j^ear 1899
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l75
86. -National-bank notes received for redemption from the principal cities
and other places, by fiscal years, in thousands of dollars
175
87. -Result of the count of national-bank notes received for redemption,
by fiscal years
,
176
88. -Disposition made of the notes redeemed at the National Bank Redemption Agency, by fiscal years
176
89. -Mode of payment for notes redeemed at the National Bank Redemption Agency, by fiscal years
177
90. -Deposits, redemptions; assessments for expenses, and transfers and
repayments on account of the 5 per cent redemption fuiid of national .
banks, by fiscal years.
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177
91. —Deposits, redemptions, and transfers and repayments on account of ^
national banks failed, in liquidation, and reducing circulation, by
fiscal years
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178
92.—Expenses incurred in the redemption of national-banknotes, by fiscal
years
179
93.—General cash account of the National Bank Redemption Agency for
the fiscal year 1899, and from July 1,1874
180
94.—Average amounts of national-bank notes redeemable and amounts
redeemed, by fiscal years
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95.—Assets and liabilities of the 5 percent redemption fund of national
banks at the end of each month, from July, 1874
181
96.—Percentage of outstanding national-bank notes redeemed each fiscal
year, by geographical divisions
185
97.—Changes during the fiscal year 1899 in the force employed in the
Treasurer's office
188
98.—Appropriations made for the force employed in the Treasurer's office,
and salaries paid during the fiscal year 1899
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REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR OF THE M I N T

189-395

Deposits of gold bullion, fiscal year 1899
192
Deposits of silver bullion, fiscal year 1899
195
Deposits of gold since 1873
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Coinage of the United States
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200
• Coinage for Santo Domingo
202
Bars manufactured
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202
Work of Government refineries
202
Purchase of silver
,
203
Silver balances
208
Market price of silver during the fiscal year 1899^".
208
Exports of silver to the East
211
Net imports of silver into India since 1835
211
Distribution of silver dollars
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212
Circulation of silver dollars
212
Seigniorage on silver coinage
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212
Appropi:iations and expenditures
213
Estimates of appropriations for the fiscal year 1901
214
Earnings and expenditures of the refineries, of the coinage mints, and the
assay office at New'York.214
Appropriations and expenses of t h e office of the Director of the Mint for
the fiscal year 1899
215
Earnings and expenditures of the mints and assay offices
215
Classified statement of expenditures . . . . . .
216
Imports and exports of the precious metals
217
Movement of gold from the United States
221
Stock of money in the United States
222
OAvnership of the metallic stock
223
Stock and location of the metaUic and paper money in the United.States..
224
Stock of gold and silver in the United States, 1873-1899
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226
Stock of money in the principal countries of t h e w^orld in 1873
226
World's stock of money
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Gold and silver used in the industrial arts in the United States during
calendar year 1898
231
Exchange of gold bars for gold coin
235
JProduct of gold and silver in the United States
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Coinage of the United States
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AVorld's production, 1896, 1897, and 1898
238
Gold stocks in sight
240
World's-coinage, 1896, 1897, and 1 8 9 8 . . . . .
243
Foreign coins melted by certain countries
244
Recoinages of t h e world
244
Value of foreign coins
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245
Laboratory of t h e Bureau of the Mint
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252
Proceedings of the assay commission of <1899
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254
Mint of the United States, Philadelphia, Pa
256
Coin-separating machines
266
Mint of the United States, San Francisco, Cal
• 266
Mint of the United States at New Orleans, La
271
Mint of the United States,.Carson, Nev.
275
The United States assay office at New York
277
Mint of t h e United States at Denver, Colo
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Assay office of the United States at Boise, Idaho
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•REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR OF THE MiNT^Continued.

Assay office of t h e United States at Plelena, Mont
Assay office of t h e United States at Charlotte, N. C
Assay office of t h e United States at St. Louis, Mo
Assay office of t h e United States at Deadwood, S. Dak
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Assay office of t h e United States at Seattle, Wash
Recoinage of standard silver dollars
Bullion operations, legal allowance, and wastage, fiscal year 1899
Quantit}^ of metal operated upon, wastage, and loss, fiscal year 1899
Summary of t h e work of t h e minor assay offices, 1899
Summary of operations of mints and assay offices
Metallurgical operations, 1898 and 1899
Mechanical operations, 1898 and 1899
Work of t h e minor assay offices, 1898 and 1899
Operations of t h e Mint Service, 1898 and 1899
Melts of gold and silver for ingots made and condemned, 1898 and 1899..
Legislation recommended
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'^ Monetary statistics of foreign countries
'Tmports and exports of t h e principal countries of t h e world
Condensed statistical data of foreign countries
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Monetary situation in Porto Rico, Cuba, and t h e Philippines.
Acknowledgments

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Appendix to report of Director of the Mint.
IX.—Mutilated and uncurrent domestic gold and silver coins transferred
from t h e Treasury and purchased over "the counter for recoinage during
the fiscal year ended J u n e 30, 1899
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XI.—Coinage executed at t h e mints of t h e United States during t h e fiscal
year ended J u n e 30,1899
XII.—Earnings and expenditures of t h e United States mints and assay
° offices for t h e fiscal year ended J u n e 30, 1899
XIIL—Seigniorage on t h e coinage of silver and disposition of the same
during t h e fiscal year ended J u n e 30, 1899
XIV.—Assets and liabilities of t h e United States mints and assay ofiices,
J u n e 30,1899
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XVII.—Imports into t h e United States of gold and silver ore, bullion, and
coin, by countries, during t h e fiscal year ended J u n e 30, 1899
X I X . — E x p o r t s of gold and domestic silver ore, bullion, and coin from the
United States, by countries, during t h e fiscal year ended June 30, 1899..
XXI.—Exports of foreign gold and silver bullion and coin from t h e United
° States, b y countries, during t h e fiscal year ended J u n e 30, 1899
XXII.—Recapitulation of imports and exports of bullion and coin during
the fiscal year ended J u n e 30,1899
X X I I I I . — H i g h e s t , lowest, and average price of bar 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 fiiie, taken at t h e average price
XXIV.—Commercial ratio of silver to gold each year since 1687
XXV.—Average price of an ounce of gold in London and equivalent
value in United States since 1870
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XXVI.—Coinage value in golcl of an ounce of fine silver at t h e ratios
1:16-1:40
XXVII.—Bullion value of 3 7 1 | grains of pure silver at the annual average
price of silver each year from 1837
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REPORT OP THE DIRECTOR OF THE MINT—Continued.

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XXVIIL—Unrefined gold and silver of domestic production, by value, its
distribution b y States and Territories; also refined domestic bullion
(not distributed) deposited at t h e mints a n d assay offices from their
organization to the close of the fiscal year ended J u n e 30,1899
XXIX.—Product of gold and silver in the United States from 1792 to 1844,
and annually since
XXX.—Coinage of nations
X X X I . — W o r l d ' s production of gold and silver for calendar years 1896,
1897, and 1898
X X X I L — P r o d u c t i o n of gold and silver in the world since the discovery
of America
XXXIV.—Coinage of the mints of the United States from their organization, 1792, to J u n e 30, 1899
XXXV.—Coinage of silver coins, b y acts a n d denominations, from 1792
to J u n e 30,1899.
XXXVI.—Coinage of t h e mints of the United States from their organization, b y calendar years
•
X X X V I I . — I m p o r t s a n d exports of t h e precious metals of t h e principal
countries of the world
XXXVIII.—Coinage of t h e principal countries of t h e world, so far as
reported, since 1873
REPORT OF THE COMPTRPLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

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Division of loans
Spanish indemnity certificates./.
Cherokee certificates
Pacific railroads:
:
Division of notes, coupons, and currency...'

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387

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Condition of banks
Recommendations relative to bank-'note currency
Repeal of section 9, actof J u l y 12, 1882
^
Remedy for delay in filling orders for bank-note currency
Limitation of loans
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National banks of $25,000 capital.
National-bank examinations
International and intercolonial banking
Insolvent national banks
Investigation as to loan and deposit accounts, rates of interest, aggregate
deposits and loans of all banks of the United States
Lost and destroyed national-bank notes
Organization of national banks
Circulation and bonds
^.
Earnings, dividends, etc
State banks and banking institutions
Savings banks
Loan and trust companies and private banks
State and private bank failures
Foreign banking institutions
..."
Statistical and other information relative to commerce and banking in t h e
Philippines, Cuba, Porto Rico, and Plawaii

REPORT OF THE REGISTER OF THE TREASURY

329

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' ^ REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE

459-581

Collections for the fiscal year ended J u n e 30, 1899
Receipts for the past ten fiscal years

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.CONTENTS.
RllffORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE—Continued.

Internal-revenue receipts during the last two fiscal years'.
Withdrawals for consumption during* the last two fiscal years
Receipts by States and Territories during the last fiscal year
Receipts for first four months, current fiscal year
Estimated receipts for the current fiscal year
:.
Cost of collection
.•
Percentage of cost of collection
Miscellaneous expenses
Estimated exjDenses for next fiscal year
,
Salaries
^
Scale of salaries of collectors
Official force
Renewal of official bonds.
Storekeepers, gaugers, etc
Condition of the office and the service
Revenue agents' division . •
Expenses ot revenue agents
Expenditures for the discovery and punishment of violators of law
Stamp division
^
•
Manufacture of stamp paper
Production of stamps
•.
:
New stamps prepared and issued since last report.
Stock of stamps in vault
'
Tobacco division
.,
Increased receipts from t o b a c c o . , . . . .
Comparative statement
Annual production of tobacco products
Additional tax assessed under section 3, act of J u n e 13, 1898
Manufacturers of tobacco
Manufacturers of cigars
-.
Statement showing the production of manufactured tobacco, snuff, cigars,
and cigarettes during the past ten calendar years
Statement of the quantity of leaf tobacco used by manufacturers during the
past ten years
^
Tobacco production of t h e United States
Statements respecting the manufacture of tobacco products for the calendar
year .1898
'.....
Statement showing number, by districts, of cigar manufacturers' accounts
reported, quantity of tobacco used, and number of cigars reported manufactured during calendar year ended December 31, 1898
Statement showing number, by districts, of cigar manufacturers' accounts
reported, quantity of tobacco used, and iiumber of cigarettes reported
manufactured during calendar year ended December 31, 1898
Detailed statement of number of tobacco factories in. each district and
State and aggregate quantity of leaf tobacco and other materials used
during calendar year ended December 31, 1898
Detailed statement- of aggregate quantities of different kinds of manufactured tobacco produced in each district and State during calendar year
ended December 31, 1898, together with a statement of quantity of
manufactured tobacco on hand at commencement and at close of the
year, quantity to be. accounted for, quantity removed in bond for export,
total sales reported,- and amount of taxes paid
. Summary statement of operations of manufacturers of tobacco and cigars
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REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE-pContinued.

Chewing gum
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Opium, manufactured for smoking purposes
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Division of law
•.
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J.
Abstracts of reports of district attorneys for fiscal year 1^98-99, of internalrevenue suits and prosecutions piending, commenced, and disposed o f . .
Detailed abstract of reports of United States district attorneys of suits and
prosecutions under t h e internal-revenue laws djUring fiscal year ended
J u n e 30, 1899
|
Offers in compromise
;
Seizures for violation of internal-revenue laws
•
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Abatement and refunding of taxes
.!
Refunding claims
J
Real estate acquired b y the United States under internal-revenue laws . . .
Moneys paid to collectors
J
Sales under section 3460, Revised Statutes:
:----,
Statement showing, b y collection districts, actual number of different kinds
of special-tax payers for fiscal year ended J u n e $0, 1899; also number of
billiard tables a n d bowling alleys for which special tax was paid for
same period
L
Counterfeit cigar stamps
'... .^
Decisions in United States Supreme Court
i
Stamp tax. Schedule A .
j.
Decisions in United States circuit and district courts
Medicinal preparations
•
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.Legacy-tax cases
Subpoenas upon collectors of internal revenue to produce records
Decision relative to stamps on masters' deeds
\
Stamp tax on telegrams
J
Stamps on tax certificates in District of Columbia
Test case—Additional tax on tobacco in hands ofl dealers
Oleomargarine cases
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•
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Decisions in United States Court of Claims
i
Special tax—Post exchanges
.•
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Cincinnati Brewing Company v. United S t a t e s . . i
Decisions in State courts
i
.Decision that a collector of internal revenue can not be compelled to produce records in State courts
L
Stamps on bonds given by saloon keepers under [State laws
• Stamp tax on calls
'.
Test case in regard to coupons in packages of tobacco
Decisions under the war-revenue a c t . . .•
!
Legacy tax
1
Amendments to the law recommended:
i
Certificates
|
Receipts in lieu of bank checks
i
. • Patent medicinal preparations
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Amendment to section 13
:
:
Paiior-car and sleeping-car tickets
•.
.Legacy tax
Increase of discount on sales on adhesive stamps
Agricultural fairs
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Commercial brokers
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CONTENTS.
REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE—Continued.

Transfer of special-tax stamps
•..
Excise taxes on sugar refineries, etc
Distilled spirits
Tobacco
Oleomargarine
Right of examination
.•
Leave of absence to gaugers and storekeepers
^
Salaries of collectors
Revenue agents
Salary and expenses of deputy? collectors
Protection of United States officers
'
Redemption of stamps
.*
Additional Deputy Commissioner of Internal Revenue
Division of distilled spirits
Distilleries registered and operated
Statement showing number of fruit distilleries registered and operated
during fiscal year ended J u n e 30, 1899, by collection districts
Statement showing number and capacity of grain and molasses distilleries
in operation at beginning of each m o n t h during fiscal year ended June
30, 1899, and first three months of present fiscal yearl
Comparative statement showing number and capacity of grain and molasses
distilleries in operation on first day of September in each of the years 1880
to 1899, inclusive
.,.
Statement showing number of grain distilleries of different capacities
registered and operated during fiscal year ended J u n e 30, 1899, by collection districts
Comparative statement of distilleries registered and operated during fiscal
years ended J u n e 30, 1898 and.189'9
Molasses distilleries
Fruit distilleries
Statement showing quantities of grain and other materials used for production of distilled spirits during fiscal year ended J u n e 30, 1899, by
collection districts
Comparative statement of materials used and spirits produced during last
ten fiscal years
Statement showing quantity of each kind of fruit brandy produced during
fiscal year ended J u n e 30, 1899, by collection districts
Statement showing number of gallons of spirits rectified in t h e United
States during t h e fiscal year ended J u n e 30, 1899, by collection districts.
Quantities, in taxable gallons, of distilled spirits gauged during fiscal year
ended J u n e 30, 1898, by collection districts
Quantities, in taxable gallons, of distilled spirits gauged during fiscal year
ended J u n e 30, 1899, b y collection districts
Production of fermented liquors in the several collection districts of the
United. States for fiscal year ended J u n e 30, 1899
1
Division of assessments . J
Assessments, by States and Territories, 1899
Assessments, by articles and occupations, 1898 and 1899
Statement as to stamp taxes assessed
Increased production of spirits
,
Distilled spirits deposited in distillery warehouses during past twenty-two
years
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CONTENTS.

REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE—Continued.

Increased withdrawals^ of tax-paid spirits
Distilled spirits allowed for loss by leakage or evaporation in distillery
warehouses
Exportation of distilled spirits, by foreign countries and by kinds, from
distillery Avarehouses, during fiscal year ended J u n e 30, 1899
Statement of quantity, in taxable gallons, of each kind of spirits as known
• to the trade transferred from distillery warehouses for bottling in bond
•
fbr export during fiscal year ended J u n e 30, 1899
Spirits removed in bond for export
'
Statement, by districts and kinds, of tlte quantity of spirits AvithdraAvn
from distillery Avarehouses for scientific purposes and for use of the
United States during year ended J u n e 30, 1899
Increased withdraAval of sijirits for scientific purposes and for use of the
United States
Quantit)^ of spirits withdraAvn for transfer to manufacturing Avarehouses
during the year ended J u n e 30, 1899
:.
Quantity,of distilled spirits of the different kinds as known to the trade,
produced, AvithdraAvn, and remaining in general bonded warehouses in
the United States for fiscal year ended J u n e 30, 1899
Stock on hand, production, and moA^ement of spirits for six y e a r s . . . .
Export of manufactured tobacco and snuff in bond
'^ Exportation of playing cards in bond during the fiscal year ended J u n e 30,
1899.'
'.
Fermented liquors removed from breweries in bond for export during year
ended J u n e 30, 1899, by districts
i
Oleomargarine
Summary of operations at oleomargarine manufactories during fiscal
year ended J u n e 30, 1899
Operations in oleomargarine during last two fiscal years
Statement showing the quantity of oleomargarine produced, withdrawn
tax-paid for export, for exposition purposes, and lost or destroyed in
manufactories monthly, from NoA^ember 1, 1886, to J u n e 30, 1899
Receipts under t h e oleomargarine law during the fiscal year ended June
30,1899^
Statement, by States and Territories, showing number of establishments
for Avhich special tax was paid to carry on, during fiscal year ended
J u n e 30,1899, the business of manufacturing and dealing in oleomargarine
Filled cheese
!
Statement showing number of establishments for which special tax was
paid to carry on the buiness of manufacturing filled cheese during fiscal
year ended J u n e 30, 1899
Receipts under filled-cheese law during fiscal year ended J u n e 30,'1899..
Mixed
fiour
Statement, by States and Territories, showing number of establishments
for which special tax Avas paid to carry on, during fiscal year ended
J u n e 30, 1899, business of manufacturing, packing, and repacking mixed
flour
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:
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ANNUAL REPORT ON THE FINANCES.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT,

Washington, D. C, Decemher 5, 1899,
SIR : I have the honor to submit the following report;
RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES.

Mscal year 1899.
. The revenues of the Government frbm all sources (by warrants) for
thq fiscal year ended June 30, 1899, were:
Froiii
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
From
From

internal revenue.
customs.........;.
;
profits on coiuage, bullion deposits, etc
District of Columbia
;
fees—consular, letters patent, and land
tax on national banks
sales of public lauds
sales of Indian lands.-'.
navy pension and-navy hospital funds
tax on seal skins and rent of seal islands
miscellaueous
sales of Government property
.....*.
customs fees, fines, penalties, etc
paymentof interest by Pacific.railways
immigrant fund....
sinking fund. Pacific railways
depredations on public lands
....,
deposits for surveying public lands
.::
Soldiers' Home, permanent fund
sales of ordnance'material
sales of lands and buildings
part payment Central Pacific Railroad indebtedness
Postal Service..
Total receipts

1273,437,161.51
206,128,481.75
6,164, 256. 24
4,016,531.57
2, 805, 435. 35
1, 912, 411. 25
1,678,246.81
1, 476,175. 00
1,343,563.88
1,116, 911. 34
988,058.28
828, 584. 74
668,072.09
441,246.70
393,439.21
'
274,887.37
157, 671. 50
128, 238. 70
87,838.23
82, 338. 42
32, 756.10
11, 798, 314.14
95,021,384.17
.*.

610,982,004.35

The expenditures for the same period were :
For the civil establishment, including foreign intercourse, public
buildings, collecting the revenues, District of Columbia, and other
miscellaneous.expeuses
$90, 979, 685. 82
For the military establishment, includiug rivers and harbors, forts,
arsenals, sea-coast defenses, and expenses of the Spanish war
229, 841, 254. 47
For the naval establishment, including construction of new vessels,
'.
machinery, arraament, equipment, impro\^ment at navy-yards, and.
expenses of the Spanish war
;
63, 942,104. 25
For treaty obligations with Spain
,
20,000,000.00
For Indian Service.
12,805,711.14
Forpensions.™...
139,394,929.07
For interest on the public debt........
39, 896, 925. 02
For deficiency in postal revenues..
8, 211, 570. 08
For Postal Service
t
95,021,384.17
Total expenditures
Showing a deficit of
FI 99
II



700,093,564.02
89, 111, 559. 67
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REPORT ON T H E FINANCES. «

XVIII

In addition to the revenues collected during the year and the amount
received in part payment of the indebtedness of the Central Pacific
Eailroad, the cash in the Treasury was increased by the following sums:
From subscriptions to the 3 per cent ten-twenty bonds issued under
authority ofthe act of June 13, 1898, for the Spanish war expenditures,
$198,678,720; from national-bank fund deposited under act of July
14, 1890, in excess of bank notes redeemed, $5,324,234.50, and from the
issue of 4 per cent bonds in liquidation of interest accrued on refunding certificates converted during the year, $2,560, making a total of
$204,005,514.50.
The securities redeemed on account of the sinking fund were as
follows:
Loanof July and August?, 1861
.\
Loan of 1863
Funded loan of 188L....
Funded loan of 1881, continued at 3^ per cent
Loanof July, 1882
Funded loan of 1891
-.
Fractional currency and notes

:

Total

| 2 , 300. 00
500.00
1,100.00
500. 00
5,100.00
17,550.00
4,223. 48
31, 273. 48

As compared with the fiscal year 1898, the receipts for 1899 increased
$116,648,050.60, as follows :
Increaseinreceipts for 1899.
1898.

Decrease.

Internalrevenue
$170,900,641.49 8273,437,161.51 8102,536,520.02
56,553,419.40
Customs
149,575,062.35 206,128,481.75
6,164,256.24
1,407,786.53
P r o f i t s o n c o i n a g e , b u l l i o n d e p o s i t s , etc...|
4,756,469.71
T a x o n s e a l s k i n s , a n d r e n t of s e a l
1,116,911.34
1,116, 91.1; 34
islands
576,687.41
899,487.59
1,476, 175.00
Salesof Indian lands
224,331.32
604,253.42
S a l e s of G o v e r n m e n t p r o p e r t y
828, 584.74
243,129.42
.435,117.39
Salesof public lands
1,678, 246.81
693,282.98
323,248.59
D i s i r i c t of C o l u m b i a
4,016, 531.57
146,590.41
N a v y p e n s i o n a n d n a v y h o s p i t a l funds...
1,343, 563.88
196,973.47
639,750.54
F e e s — c o n s u l a r , l e t t e r s p a t e n t , andfland..)
2,805, 435.35
165,684.81
29,154.30
128,517.20
Depredations on public lands
157, 671.50
576,487.50
91,584.59
C u s t o m s fees, fines, p e n a l t i e s , etc....
668, 072.09
306,992.86
86,446.35
I m m i g r a n t fund
393, 439.21
113,049.08
238.70
15,189.62
128,
D e p o s i t s for s u r v e y i n g p u b l i c l a n d s .
781,98',>.83
274, 887.37
S i n k i n g f u n d for P a c i f i c r a i l w a y s
v.....
526,286.13
441, 246.70
P a y m e n t of i n t e r e s t bj^ P a c i f i c r a i l w a y s .
99,273.95
32, 756.10
S a l e s of l a n d s a n d b u i l d i n g s
975,849,28
1,912, 411.25
T a x on national b a n k s
107,612.49
87, 838.23
Soldiers' H o m e , p e r m a n e n t fund
007,352.96
987, 556.?6
Miscellaneous
94,638.59
82, 338.42
Salesof ordnance material
102^ 394.87
501.92
Donations
R e i m b u r s e m e n t f o p c o s t of w a t e r s u p p l y ,
93,086.98
D i s t r i c t of C o l u m b i a
448,223.75
•Saleof U n i o n Pacific R a i l r o a d
303,000.00
S a l e of K a n s a s P a c i f i c R a i l r o a d
P a r t p a y m e n t C e n t r a l Pacific R a i l r o a d
11,798,314.14
I I , 798,314.14
indebtedness
6,008,705.62
89,012,618.55
95,021,384.17
Postal Service
Total
Net increase..




494,333,953.75,

610,982,004.35

182,368,220.08
116,648,050.60

8507,099.46
85,0;i9.43
66,517.85
63,438.03
19,774.26
19,796.60
12,300.17
101,892.95
93,086.98
58,448,223.75
6,303,000.00

65,720,169.48

SECRETARY OF T H E

TREASURY.

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There was an increase of $161,703,597.05 in expenditures, as follows:
Increase in expenditures for 1899.
Object.

Increase.

Decrease.

CIVIL ESTABLISHMENT.

Legislative—
Salaries and expenses
Executive p r o p e r 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
Foreign intercourse
National defense
Treaty obligations between United
S t a t e s a n d S p a i n in 1898
Treasury Department—
Salaries a n d expense's
Independent Treasury
M i n t s a n d a s s a y offices
Territorial governments
Salaries, etc., i n t e r n a l r e v e n u e
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 e x c e s s of d e p o s i t s , c u s toms
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-Hospital Service
L i f e - S a v i n g Service...'.
Light-House Establishment
Coast a n d Geodetic Survey
Steamboat-Inspection Service
,
Engraving and printing
,
Public buildings
F u e l , etc., public b u i l d i n g s
,
Custodians and 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 . . . .
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 Com.aierce C o m m i s s i o n
E x p e n s e s of T r e a s u r y n o t e s
F r e n c h spoliation claims..
Claims under B o w m a n a n d Tucker
acts
Philadelphia Exposition
Tennessee Exposition
,
Omaha Exposition
Epidemic diseases
E x p e n s e s , l o a n of 1898
S i n k i n g fund. U n i o n Pacific Railroad
N a t i o n a l defen.'se
Miscellaneous items
War DepartmentSalaries a n d expenses
Navy D e p a r t m e n t Salaries a n d expenses
Interior Department—
Salaries a n d expenses
Public L a n d s Service
C o l l e g e s for a g r i c u l ture.....
Twelfth Census
Miscellaneous items
Post-OflEice D e p a r t m e n t —
Salaries a n d expenses
Deficiency in postal r e v e n u e s
Mail 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




89,438,577.31

811,177,369.61

. 738,792.30

199,150.90

210,592.82

11,44L92

138,975.25
2,485,581.13

145,406.83
2,401,088.46
325,118.68

325,118.68

6,431.58
884,492.67

20,000,000.00 20,000,000.00
3,074,323.46
593,635.66
1,128,172.18
92,591.56
3,615,685.85
1,098,737.70
455.50
187,632.10
.7,152,276.58

3,186,817.00
599,685.25
1,488,270.92
164,634.17
4,227,460.87

112,493.54
6,049.59
360,098.74
72,042.61
611,775.02

14,999.07
256,686.93
7,361,562.83

14,543.57
69,054.83
209,286.25

1,999, 577.60
2,928, 835.37
229, 546.49
1,066, 478.04
210, 791.49
82, 460.61
430, 199.85
85, 841.15
709, 248.04
1,537, 740.00
3,331, 256.37
478, 007.84
340, 009.04
1,129, 261.93
3, 760, 684.57
881, 331.38
928, 999.40
199, 446.31
101, 507.45
34, 697.58
547.75

3,637, 799.90
3,991, 200.05
243, 881.32
1,040, 594.64
263, 079.06
89, 084.51
206, 156.35
88, 396.64
788, 043.21
1,528, 895.39
3,118, 833.50
659, 412.43
331, 678.33
1,612, 926.18
3,861, 194.30
851, 295.72
939, 921.37
292, 075.64
150, 117.39
51, 323.64
62, 510.75

1,638,222.30
1,062,361.68
14,334.83

384,522.91
221,051.67
54,862.31
127,968.27
2,864.39
241,253.15
230,329.61

370,700.67
235,389.45
63,141.12
134,424.54

1,098,737.70

25,883.40
"*"52,"287.'57
6,623.90
224,043.50
2,555.49
78,795.17

8,844.61
212,422.87

181,404.59
8,330.71
483,664.2o
100,509.73
* 36,035.'66
10,921.97
92,629.33
48,609.94
16,626.06
18,037. CO
13,822.24
14,a37.78
8,278.81
6,456.27
2,864.39
453.35
92,679.56

240,799.80
137,650.05
880,034.12'

880,034.12

1,413,040.40
350,000.00

1,413,040.40
350.000.00

49,947.42
114,132.29
215,278.94
50,000.00

82,774.35
272,085.70
232,529.70

56,806.76
182,529.70

4,549,368.26
5,000.00
469,598.26

145,008.09
524,026.97

140,008.09
54,428.71

1,897,778.67

2,554,110.89

656,332.22

426,496.99

412,630.60

4,767,499.10
2,207,994.80
1,104,000.00
591,858.93

4,700,358.50
2,389,184.14
1,152,000.00
50,000.00
674,935.59

870,481.01
10,504,040.42

942,218.03
8,211,570.08

857,797.45

587,545.31

2,284.493.49
908,814.39

2,454,314.10
1,039,060.60

49,947.42
31,357.94

4,549,368.26

67,140.m
181,189.34
48,000.00
50,.000.00
83,076.66
71,737.02
2,292,470.34
270,252.14
169,820.61
130,246.21

REPORT ON T H E

XX

FINANCES.

Increase in expenditures for 1899—Continued.
Increase.

Object.
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
S a l a r i e s , fees, a n d e x p e n s e s of m a r shals
F e e s of w i t n e s s e s
S a l a r i e s a n d fees 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
Feesof clerks
F e e s of c o i i a m i s s i o n e r s
Supportof prisoners
P a y of bailiffs
J u d g m e n t s , United States courts
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 r e ceivers
Miscellaneous items
D i s t r i c t of C o l u m b i a Salaries a n d expenses...
T o t a l Civil E s t a b l i s h m e n t . .

8179,772.26

I

Decrease.

!, 870.18

8170,902.08
814,986.92

371,145.58

386,132.50

1,135,181.88

1,071,464.64

63,717.24

1,375,427.93
955,579.46
516,520.17
649,139.58
253,459.39
197,981.33
907,337.60
178,255.72
51,220.53

1,154,856.78
982,102.50
462,'
1,482.64
594, i
1,528.46
290,:
1,291.77
a 6 1 ,,937.27
i
702,: 160.74
;,
172, (085.12
!,
1,835.03

220,571.15

'36,"832."38

2,144.21
537,917.52

331.00
649, 459.65

111,542.13

6,319,725.84
96,520,505.17

6,735,

26,523.04
54,037.53
54,611.12
36,044.06
205,176.86
6,170.60
11,385.50
1,813.21
415,313.32

119,191,255.90 ;32,428,198.93

9,757,448.20

MILITARY ESTABLISHMENT.

National defense
E m e r g e n c y fund
Cuban and Philippine expeditions
Pay Department..
E x t r a pay, war with Spain
Subsistence Department
Quartermaster's Department
Medical Department
Ordnance Department
Engineer's Department
Signal Service
Military telegraph a n d cable lines
Military Academy....
Improving harbors
Improving rivers
Military posts
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 h o m e s for d i s a b l e d s o l d i e r s
S u p p o r t o f Soldiers' 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
R e i m b u r s i n g States a n d Territories, exp e n s e s of r a i s i n g t r o o p s , S p a n i s h w a r . .
.Miscellaneous items
Total Military Establishment

7,034,112.30
600,034.00
21,443,090.19
5,922,441.36
18,831, 850.56
494,287.34
10,786,774.65
774,589.07
35,126.57
280,085.70
5,678, 777.97
15,106,271.99
399,190.37
153,124.71
2^286,943.73
913,750.00
107,612.49
129,000.00
81,715.55
933,221.74

8,889,291.81
3,000,000.00

1,855,179,51
3,000,000.00
600,034.00

69,588, 579.42 48,145,489.23
3,005, 000.00 3,005,000.00
17,203, 307.99 11,280,926.63
81,782, 869.78 162,951,019.22
2,186, 283.86 1,691,996.52
19,396, 663.76 8,609,889.11
1.315, 096.04
. 540,506.97
378, 419.14
343,292.57
174, 000.00
174,000.00
161, 771.89
4,541, 686.27
11,540, 855.15
352, 919.12
99, 204.37
3,055, 783.18
768,839.45
1,032, 345.07
118,595.07
87, 838.23
141, 400.00
12,400.00
905.74
1,281,878.07
545,095.58

118.313.81
1,1371091.70
3,565,416.84
46,271.25
53,920.34
19,774.26
809.81

1,281,878.07
388,126.16

91,992,000.29

229,841,254.47 143,779,012.35

5,929, 758.17

20,622,415.20

6,197,701.02
3,856, 263.95 3,856,263.95
10,277. 217. 89
373, 834.97
21,824.97
. 2,449,
408.54
674,837.52
4,682,491.03
839,369.25
292, 372.45
117,966.34
7,371, 269.70
363,049.28
4,271, 101.46
618,317.02
3,445,043.35
948,625.99
5,703, 607.97
354,064.90
340, 441.61
39,780.56
1,830,463.57
655,489.25
286, 170.05
62,684.73
11,927, 034.50
859,^76.43
118, 624.69
519, 057.50

14,424,714.18

10,753,388.73
352, 010 00
1,774! 571.02
1,843,121.78
174, 406. II
3,008. 220.42
1,652! 784.44
1,496,417.36
3,349,543.07
300, 601.05
1,174,974 32
223, 485.32
9,067,558.07
2,258, W.75
771, •26.16
58,823,984.;

63,942,104.25 22,411,750.19

17,293,630.74

NAVAL ESTABLISHMENT.

National defense
E m e r g e n c y fund
I n c r e a s e of t h e N a v y
• V e s s e l s for a u x i l i a r y n a v a l f o r c e
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 N a v i g a t i o n
.,,..
B u r e a u of C o n s t r u c t i o n 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 of S t e a m E n g i n e e r i n g
. B u r e a u of S u p p l i e s a n d A c c o u n t s
B u r e a u of M e d i c i n e a n d S u r g e r y
MarineCorps
Naval Academy
P a y of t h e N a v y
General accountof advances
Miscellaneous items
Total Naval Establishment..
Indian Service
Pensions
Interest on the publicdebt..
G r a n d total...
Net increase..




10,994, 667.70
147,452,368.61
37,585,056.23

12,805,711.14
139,394,929.07
39,896,925.02

443,368,582.80

605,072,179.85 202,741,873.70

476,'170.84

„ 2,140,077.06
252,668.66

1,811,043.44
8,057,439.54
2,311,868.79

161,703,507.05

41,038,276.65

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XXI

Fiscal year 1900.
The revenues of the Government for the current fiscal year are thus
estimated upon the basis of existing laws:
From
From
From
From

customs
internal revenue
miscellaneous sources
Postal Service

,

:.:

Total estimated revenues

$225,000,000.00
290, 000, 000. 00
25, 000, 000. 00
100,958,112.00
640,958,112.00

The expenditures for- the same period are estimated as follows:
For the civil establishment
F o r t h e military establishment
For the naval establishment
For the Indian Service
Forpensions
For interest on the publicdebt
For Postal Service

.-.

,

Total estimated expenditures

'.

$100,000,000.00
150,J)00, 000. 00
55, 000, 000. 00
11,000,000.00
144,000,000.00
40,000,000.00
100,958,112.00
600, 958,112. 00

Or a surplus of......^

40, 000, 000. 00

Fiscal year 1901,
It is estimated that upon the basis of existing laws the revenues of the
Government for the fiscal year 1901 will b e :
From
From
From
From

customs
internalrevenue
miscellaneous sources
Postal Service

$235,000,000.00
300,000,000.00
25, 000, 000. 00
107,773,253.92

Total estimated revenues....:

667,773,253.92

The estimates of appropriations required for the same period, as submitted by the several Executive Departments and offices, are as follows:
Legislative establishment
Executive establishment—
Executive proper..
;
State Department
Treasury Department
War Department
Navy Department...!
Interior Department
Post-OfficeDepartment
Departmentof Agriculture
Department of Justice
Department of Labor...*
Judicial establishment
Foreign intercourse
Military establishment
Naval establishment
Indian affairs.
Pensions
Public v^orks-^
'
Legislative
Treasury Department
War Department..:
Navy Department
Interior Department
«.
Department of Agriculture
Department of Justice




$4,559,028.05
;

$257,140.00
162,430.00
9,928,781.60
2,326,366.00
734,181.26
4,978,054.00
977,139.00
4,106, 257. 00
231, 050. 00
,
172,980.00
__

'.

'.

..".
;
,

23,874,378.86
692,120.00
1, 895, 848. 76
128,170,583.54
58,425,334.83
6,800,526.52
145,230,230.00
.

1,194,400.00
7,697,329.53
50,988,271.49
15,820,174.32
461,050.00
200,000.00
55,000.00
76 416,225.34

XXII

REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.

Miscellaneous—
Legislative
Treasury Department
War Department
Interior Department
Department of Justice
District of Columbia

$4,182,829.74
14,976,838.53
4,926,630.00
12,345,981.30
5,210,900.00
7,657,773.31

Postal Service, including $3,004,546.08 deficiency in postal revenues...
Permanent-annual appropi;iations— •
Interest on the public debt
40, 000, 000. 00
Refunding—customs, internal revenue, etc
7, 244, 000. 00
Collecting revenue from customs
5, 500,000. 00
Miscellaneous
26,968,220.00

$49, 300, 952. 88
110, 777, 800. 00

79,712,220.00
Total estimated appropriations, exclusive of sinking fund
Or an estimated deficit of.

685, 855, 248. 78
18, 081, 994. 8^

Since the expenditures of the current fiscal year will probably not
exceed $600,958,112, it is confidently believed that Oongress, in reviewing the requirements of the various Executive Departments for the fiscal
year 1901, now placed at $685,855,248.78, will be able to reduce the
estimates submitted to such a point as will bring' expenditures within
the estimated revenues of $667,773,253.92, and leave in fact a fair and
substantial margin for surplus.
OPERATIONS OF THE TREASURY.

The transactions of the fiscal year, as shown by the report of the
Treasurer of the United States, were of unusual magnitude, the net
ordinary receipts having been exceeded in any like period but once, in
1866, and bhe net ordinary expenditures but thrice, in 1863, 1864, and
1865. Inclusive of the amounts involved in the issue and redemption
of bonds, notes, and certificates, the gross receipts, under warrant, were
$1,038,451,340.18, and the, gross expenditures $946,222,148.83. There
was, in consequence, an addition of $92,229,191.35 to the general Treasury balance, which increased from $775,751,368.11 to $867,980,559.46.
These operations were conducted through the offices of the Treasury,
numbering 10, those of the mint, increased during the year from 11 to
12, and the depositary banks, of which there were 172 at the beginning
of the year and 357 at the close. - The aggregate of money handled by
the Treasury offices alone was $2,393,199,747 in the receipts and
$2,371,283,629 in the disbursements.
While there was. a deficiency of $89,111,559.67 in the ordinary
revenues, the excess of receipts over disbursements on account of loaus
was sufficient to realize a net surplus of $100,791,521.35 as the result of
the fiscal operations of the year. This substantial addition to the available resources, together with the steady advance of the receipts from
taxation to an actual excess over current needs, has relieved the
^ Treasury of all danger of difficulty from sudden emergency. iN"or was
the growth of the available cash balauce, which stood at $284,488,516.20
at the close of the year, more wholesome than the improvement in the



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character of the assets, which were converted into gold as far as
statutory and other limitations would permit.
The receipt of the proceeds of the war loan extended from June,
1898, to April, 1899, although the bulk of the subscriptions was fully
paid within the first four months. Of the total of nearly $200,000,000,
no less than upward of $125,000,000 was remitted by means of checks
on banks in all parts of the country, which were collected through the
Washington office. This fact, with the further circumstance that the
remainder, which was paid in cash into the offices of the Treasury, was
divided among them very nearly in proportion to their ordinary business, shows how evenly the whole country was represented in the subscriptions. Although the Department made no preference of one kind
of moneys over another, the tenders of gold exceeded those of any form
of paper, and amounted to more than a third of the total cash payments..
Important changes took place during the year in the composition and
distribution of the stock of money. The amount of notes and silver
certificates in circulation was increased by $43,828,386, reducing the
paper holdings of the Treasury to the minimum required for the transaction of business. The outstanding Treasury notes of 1890 were cut
down, by cancellation on redemption in silver dollars, from $101,207,280
to $93,518,280. This process, however, did not involve a contraction
of the currency, since the coins paid out for the notes either remained
in circulation or were redeposited in the Treasury for silver certificates.
As the volume of the paper currency is fixed by limitations, the depletion of the Treasury holdings made it necessary to refuse many requests,
most of them for small denominations, where the application was not
accompanied with a tender in kind. Precaution had, however, been
taken to provide a liberal supply of small notes, and they were always
sent out when desired in redemption of unfit currency.
In consequence of these operations and the increased use of gold,
there was a noteworthy addition to the denominations of $20 and under
in active circulation. In the year ended September 30 last the increase
in the amount of paper money of these denominations outstanding
amounted to $58,665,416, while the increase of the gold coin in the hands
of the people was estimated at $23,911,373. Inclusive of the higher
denominations of paper, the tota-l increase of the active circulation,
reckoned on the same basis, was $125,751,014.
In the fiscal year the offices of the Treasury paid out $42,532,296 in
standard silver dollars, an increase bf $1,700,147 ovie^r the previous
year. The receipts in the same period were $37,581,040, a decrease of
$16,426,894. By September 30 the continued demand for these coins
carried the total in circulation to $68,755,243, the highest amount ever
reached. Similar activity in the call for subsidiary silver coins, of
which the Treasury received $36,593,199 and paid out $40,189,375
during the same period, gradually reduced the Treasury holdings, until
at the close of the year only $6,070,497 remained on hand. In the



XXIV

REPORT ON T H E

FINANCES.

ensuing three months the continuance of the demand decreased the
Treasury stock to $2,477,57J. The amount estimated to be in circulation on the 30th of September was $74,045,762.
The receipts of gold at 'New York from customs amounted for the
fiscal year to 78.5 per cent of the whole, as compared with 20.4 per
cent for 1898. For the first quarter of 1900 they rose to 84.5 per cent.
In the aggregate operations of the Treasury, the receipts of gold in 1899
amounted to 37.6 per cent of the whole, and the disbursements to
35.37,1 as compared with 10.03 and 11.83, respectively, in 1898. For
the quarter ended September 30, the percentage of gold receipts
was 38.5 and of the disbursenients 35.2. While so large a part of
the Treasury's business was transacted in gold, and while large additions were made to the coin in outside circulation and are estimated
to have reached $702,060,459 on July 1, 1899, the gold holdings^ of
the Treasury haye exceeded all previous records, both in the aggregate and in the net amount above outstanding gold certificates. On
September 30 the gross amount of gold coin and bullion in* the Treasury was $353,002,380, and the net $254,328,821. The maximum net
gold was $258,081,565 on October 12. The highest previous records
for the end of any month were $332,551,306 and $218,818,253, respectively, the former in September and the latter in March, 1888. The
gross on October 31 was $379,817,316.
COINS AND COINAGE.

Deposits.
The receipts and deposits of bullion at mints and assay offices, including redeposits, aggregated $254,392,856.22, of which $221,184,530.61
was gold and $33,208,325.61 silver, classified as follows:
Gold:
Domestic bullion
Mutilated aud uncurrent domestic coin
Foreign bullion and coin
Old plate and jfewelry
Total original deposits

$76,252,487.23
1,158, 307. 57
63,121, 711. 95
2,964,683.90
:

143, 497,190. 65

Redeposits...

77,687,339.96

Total deposits...
Silver (coinage value) :
Domestic bullion
Mutilated and uncurrent domestic coin
Foreign bullion and coin
.,
Old plate and jewelry
%
.
Total original deposits
Redeposits
Total deposits...'.

221,184,530.61
•
:....
....:

,

7,220,896.57
7, 577, 840.84
950, 896. 74
626,748.88
16, 376, 383. 03
16,831,942.58
33,'208, 325. 61

Purchases.
Silver bullion purchased under the provisions of section 3526, Ilevised
Statutes of the UnitedStates, for coinage of subsidiary silver aggregated
420,737.27 fine ounces, costing $235,220.34.



SECRETARY

^

OF T H E

TREASURY.

XXV

Coinage.

The coinage executed during the fiscal year was:
Gold
Silver dollars
Subsidiary silver
Minor

:
.".
:

Total

$108,177,180.00
18,254,709.00
9,466,877.65
956,910.14
136,855,676.79

The/silver dollars coined were from bullion purchased under the act
of July 14, 1890.
The total coinage of silver dollars from bullion purchased under act
of Jiily 14, 1890, from August 13,1890, to July 1, 1899, was $97,005,966,
containing 75,028,051.81 fine ounces, costing $71,195,539.09, giving a
seigniorage of $25,810,426.91.
In addition to the above coinage there were manufactured at the mint
at Philadelphia for the Government of Santo Domingo $901,881 silver
pesos.
'
Becoinage.
Uncurrent gold coin of the face value of $1,168,851 and mutilated
silver coin of the face value of $8,588,076.81 were received, as follows:
Face value.
Transferred and purchased.
:
*

Total

Silver coin.

S358,634.50
810,216.50

^8,'584,118.43
3,958.38

1,168,851 00

Transferred from the Treasury
Purchased over the counter

Gold coin.

8,588,076.81

This represents in new gold coin $1,158,307.57, and in new subsidiary
silver coin $8,101,979.26.
Of the subsidiary silver coinage, $9,318,391.40 were coined from
worn and uncurrent silver coin transferred from the Treasury for
recoinage, and $148,486.25 sfrom silver purchased under provisions of
section 3526, Eevised Statutes, for the subsidiary silver coinage, on
which latter^the seigniorage was $86,838.47
Silver halances.
The balance of silver bullion on hand at the mints for the coinage of
silver dollars, subsidiary silver coins, and for payment of deposits
of silver bullion in fine bars, July 1, 1899, was:
Items.
Purchased under actof July 14,1890
For subsidiary silver coinage at mints .nd assay offices
At United States assay office, New York, for payment of
deposits in fine bars
Total




Fine ounces.
93,583,060.04
. 603,281.91

Cost.
$84,672,927.27
352,036.12

441,840.72

490,934.13

94,628,182.67

85,515,897.52

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R E P O R T ON T H E

FINANCES.

Seigniorage.
Including the balances on hand at the mints July 1, 1878, the net
seigniorage on the coinage of silver from that date to June 30, 1899,
was $93,789,799.29.
Minor coinage.
Of the minor coins manufactured during the year, $768,409.65 were
from new material and $188,500.49 from old and uncurrent minor coins
transferred from the Treasury for recoinage.
The total amount of minor coins outstanding July 1, 1899, was
$28,077,644.90.
Bai'S manufactured.
Duringthe fiscal year there were manufactured gold bars of the value
of $85,540,910.53, and silver bars, $8,586,710.63.
Silver quotations.

..

The highest quotation for silver 0.925 fine during the year in the
London market was 29 pence, equal to $0.63571 in United States
money, per ounce, fine; the lowest quotation was 27 pence, equivalent
to $0.59187. The average price for the year was 27.6697 pence, equivalent to $0.60655. The bullion value of the United States standard
silver dollar, at the highest price for the year, was $0.49168, and the
lowest,.$0.45777, and a t t h e average price, $0.46912.
The commercial ratio of gold to silver at the average price was 1 to
34.08.
The number of grains of pure silver at the average price that could
be purchased with a United States silver dollar was 791.36, equivalent
to 1.64 fine ounces. '
Earnings and expenditures.
The expenditures necessary to maintain the various institutions connected with the Mint Service during the fiscal year were $1,554,781.20.
The earnings from all sources during the same period were $6,670,630.70,
showing a surplus of earnings over expenditures of $5,115,849.50.
Imports and exports.
The net imports of gold during the fiscal year were $51,428,099, as
against $104,868,476 for the fiscal year 1898.
The net silver exports were $25,573,817, as against $24,822,146 for
the previous fiscal year.
Industrial arts.
The value of gold and silver consumed in the industrial arts by the
Uuited States during the calendar .year 1898 was: Gold, $13,565,879
silver, coining value, $11,858,545—a total of $25,424,424.



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XXVII

There were consumed in new material, in the manufacture of bars,
gold, $9,463,262; silver, $10,176,784.
Metallic stock in the United States.
The total metallic stock in the Ui^ited States on July 1, 1899, was:
Gold, $962,865,505; silver, $639,286,743.
Froduction of gold and silver.
The estimated production of the precious metals in the United States
during the calendar year 1898 was:
Fine
ounces.

Metals.

Commercial
value.

3,118,398 , $64,463,000
54,438,000
32,118,400

Gold
Silver

Coining:
value.
S64,463,000
70,384,185

The estimated production of the precious metals in the world during
the calendar year 1898 was:
Metals.,

Fineou„ces.|Com-eroial
13,904,363 $287,428,600
165,295,572
97,524,500

Gold....
Silver..

Coining
<$287,428,600
213,715,400

WorM s coinage.
The total coinage of gold and silver by the various countries of the
world during the calendar year 1898 was:
^
Gold
Silver

$395,477,905
149,282,935
Total

544,760,840

The total metallic stock and uncovered paper in the world, as estimated on January 1, 1899, was:
Gold
Full legal-tender silver
Limited-tender silver

:

$4,631,700,000
3,102,400,000
733,700,000

Total metallic stock
Uncovered paper

8,467,800,000
2,836,300,000

Grand total

11,304,100,000

Legislation recommended.
Deficiencies in the huilion accounts of the mints.—In the annual report
for the fiscal year 1898 attention was called to the defects in the bullion
accounts of the mints at San Francisco, Philadelphia, IS'ew Orleans, and
Carson, amounting in the aggregate to $530,681.67. The items embraced
in this sum are carried in the accounts of the respective mints named,




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REPORT ON THE FINANCES.

and also in the accounts of the Treasurer of the United States, as unavailable assets. There is not even a remote prospect of any part of
these sums ever being recovered by the Government. Thej^ should not
be continued in the accounts year after year as part of the Government's
assets. They are not such in any sense of the word, and their inclusion
results in a total which is false. The recommendation made last year
that Congress relieve the Treasurer of the United States and the respective mints from carrying the amount of these deficits in their accounts
is renewed.
Minor coinage metal fund.—Section 3528, Revised Statutes ofthe United
States, provides that "for the purchase of metal for the minor coinage,
a sum not exceeding fifty thousand dollars in lawful money of the United
States shall be transferred by the Secretary of the Treasury to the credit
of the superintendent of the mint at Philadelphia, atwhich establishment
only until otherwise provided by law, such coinage shall be carried on<.^'
Experience for several years has shown that the fund ($50,000) provided
for coinage is inadequate when there is an active demand upon the
mint at Philadelphia for such coin, and it is respectfully recommended
that Congress provide for increasing from $50,000 to $200,000 the maximum amount the Secretary of the Treasury is authorized to transfer
to the credit of the superintendent of the mint at Philadelphia for the
purchase of metal for the minor coinage.
Minor coins io he made at San Francisco and New Orleans mints.—Under
the provisions of section 3528, Revised Statutes of the United States,
the manufacture of the minor coins is restricted to the mint at Philadelphia. It is desirable that this restriction should be removed and
authority given by Congress for the coinage of 5-cent nickel and 1-cent
bronze pieces by the mints at I^^ew Orleans and San Francisco when
necessary to supply the demand for such coin from near-by States and
Territories.
For several years the demand for minor coins from the southwestern
and Pacific coast States and Territories has increased from year to year.
If authority were given to execute minor coins at the mints at New
Orleans and San Francisco, these States could be more readily supplied
at a less cost of transportation, without any increase in the appropriations for the support of said mints. Relief, to some extent, would also
be affi)rded the mint at Philadelphia from the great pressure frequently
placed upon that institution to supply the demand for such coins.
Equipment of Fhiladelphia mint.—The new structure to be occupied by
the mint at Philadelphia is advancing toward completion, and it is
. highly desirable that the equipment for it shall be ready to be installed
when the building is ready for occupancy. The present mint facilities
are inadequate to meet the demands of the country. The stock of gold
bullioh on hand has been increasing throughout the year, because the
metal could not, with the present equipment, be coined as fast as
received, although at New Orleans and Philadelphia operations were



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conducted overtime during a large part of the year. The deposits of
gold are growing annually, and the demand for subsidiary and minor
coin is unprecedented. It is, therefore, recommended that an appropriation of $440,000 be made for the purpose of improving the equipment of the mint at Philadelphia.
Building for assay office at Seattle, Wash.—The assay office at Seattle
was opened for the receipt of .deposits of bullion July 15^ 1898, and from
that date to June 30, 1899, the value of bullion deposited aggregated
$6,550,698.16.
Th.e facility with which this office can be reached from the great
mining districts of Alaska, Oregon, Washington, and the NTorthwest
Territory makes it apparent that it will prove to be one of the most
important offices in the Mint Service. It is located in a rented building, devoid of provisions for the safe-keeping of the bullion deposited,
and it is recommended that Congress authorize the construction of a
suitable building for the use of the assay office at Seattle.
ENGRAVING AND PRINTING.

The Bureau having charge of this work has met promptly and in a
most satisfactory manner all of the requirements of the public service
during the year, notwithstanding the fact that there was an increase
equal to nearly 20 per cent in the demands. The aggregate number of
sheets delivered during the fiscal year was 112,161,122. The aggregate
expenditures were $1,884,441.39. The work has been done economically, although the net average cost per 1,000 sheets during the fiscal
year was slightly greater than the previous year.
This increase is the result of the requirement by Congress that certain classes of securities and stamps be printed upon hand instead
of power presses, as was done during the prior fiscal year. It has been
necessary in accomplishing this work to operate the Bureau beyond the
regular hours established for the business of the Department, for the
reason that there is not sufficient space in the building to accommodate
the full number of presses needed to execute the work within that time.
It has been the policy of Congress to prohibit working overtime, and it
may be assumed, therefore, that Congress desires to provide the necessary facilities for the execution of the work without resorting to this
objectionable feature.
It is, therefore, recommended that an appropriation of at least $100,000
be made for a suitable extension of the Bureau building. An item for
this amount and purpose will be added to the annual estimates submitted to Congress for the fiscal year 1901. There will also be submitted an estimate for an appropriation of $115,000 for the construction
of a fireproof outbuilding for the Bureau. The reasons for this outbuilding have been so frequently made known to Congress that a
repetition of them is not necessary.
The attention of Congress is called to the claims of a meritorious
class of employees of the Bureau, whose compensation is meager and



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FINANCES.

whose services justify an increase. The printers' assistants of the
Bureau, whose pay is fixed by law, receive but $1.25 per day, while
the other female employees, whose remuneration is fixed by the Secretary of the Treasury, receive an equivalent of from $1.50 to $2 a day.
The details of their work are clearly and strongly set forth in the report
of the Director of the Bureau. They should receive at least $1.50 per
day, and it is recommended that Congress establish this rate.
PUBLIC MONEYS.

The monetary transactions of the Government have been conducted
through the Treasurer of the United States, 9 subtreasury officers, and
356 national-bank depositaries. The amount of public moneys held by
the bank depositaries on June 30, 1899, including funds to the credit of
the Treasurer's'general account and United States disbursing officers,
was $76,283,655.30, an increase since June 30, 1898, in amount of
holdings of $37,540,638.13. Of the bank depositaries, nearly 200 were
specially designated to hold funds deposited therewith temporarily, and
will be discontinued gradually, as the funds held by them are withdrawn when needed for current disbursements.
NATIONAL BANKS.

',

"

During the existence of the system, up to the close of the year ended
June 30, 1899, 5,201 national banks have been organized. On the latter
date, 3,589 banks were in operation, 1,247 had beeu placed in voluntary
liquidation by shareholders, and 365 placed in the charge of receivers.
On June 30, 1898, there were 3,590 banks in existence, showing a net
loss during the year of 1 bank. During the past fiscal year, 73 banks
were organized, and 67 placed in voluntary liquidation and 8 in charge
of receivers.
The authorized capital stock of the banks on June 30 last was
.$607,871,245, and on June 30, 1898, $630,025,295, showing a decrease
during the year of $22,154,050. The national:bank circulation outstanding on June 30, 1899, aggregated $241,268,696, of which
$205,264,094 was secured by bonds on deposit with the Treasurer of
the United States and $36,004,602 by lawful money deposited on
account of liquidating and insolvent associations and those reducing
circulation. The increase of circulation during the year was $13,451,994.
The capital stock of the 73 banks organized during the year aggregated $14,825,000, divided, with respect to number and capital, by
geographical divisions, as follows:
Geographical divisions.
Nevr England States
Eastern States
Soutliern States
CeiU.ral States
Western States
Pacific States (California).




No. of
banks.

Capital.
$4,600,000
1,185,000
2,180,000
6,360,000
350,000
150,000

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The number of banks organized was as follows, by States: Pennsylvania, 9; Texas, Ohio, and Iowa, 7 each; New York, 6; Illinois, 4; Massachusetts, Kentucky, Indiana, and Missouri, 3 each; New Hampshire,
North Carolina, Mississippi, Nebraska, and Indian Territory, 2 each;
New Jersey, Delaware, Yirginia, West Yirginia, South Carolina, Louisiana, Michigan, Wisconsin, Kansas, Oklahoma, and California, 1 each.
Beginning with July 12, 1882, and terminating on June 30, 1899, the
corporate existence of 1,684 national banks, with capital stock aggregating $408,936,115, was extended, and during the past fiscal year the
number of extensions and capital were 24 and $2,525,000, respectively.
During the past fiscal year 13 national banks, with capital aggregating $2,005,000, were placed in charge of receivers. Subsequently it
appeared, however, that of this number 5 were solvent, 2 of them
being permitted to go into voluntary liquidation and 3 resumed
business. This reduced the number of insolvent banks to 8, with capital
aggregating $750,000.
Reports of condition were received from 3,583 national banks on
April 5, at which time their resources aggregated $4,639,138,160.36,
an increase since May 5, 1898, of $769,171,302.15. The paid-in capital stock aggregated $607,262,570 ; surplus fund, $246,169,893.65; individual deposits," $2,437,223,420.29; and bank delposits, $932,348,264.76.
The increase in individual and bank deposits during the year was
$437,914,981.33 and $262,500,580.69, respectively. During the same
period the banks increased their specie holdings $46,979,780.05.
LOANS AND CURRENCY.

The interest-bearing debt July 1, 1899, included unmatured United
States bonds outstanding in the amount of $1,046,010,920. This is an
increase of $198,684,970 over the amount outstanding July 1, 1898, and
is caused by the issue of the 3 per cent ten-twenty loan authorized by act
of Congress approved June 13, 1898, amounting to $198,678,720, and by
the conversion of refunding certificates of the act of February 26, 1879,
into bonds of the 4 per cent loan of 1907, amounting, principal and
interest, to $6,250.
'
•
o
The total amount of refunding certificates outstanding July 1, 1899,
was $37,830, a decrease of $3,690 during the last fiscal year. As the
amount of these certificates outstanding is small, and as there is no
provision of law for their redemption except by conversion in sums of
$50 and multiples th'ereof into the bonds of the 4 per cent loan of 1907,
it is again recommended that Congress limit the time within which
such certificates may be converted into bonds. It is also recommended
that the Secretary of the Treasury be authorized to redeem any of such
certificates in cash, on presentation, and to pay the accrued interest
thereon to date of redemption.
The history of the Department shows that during the last eight years
it has been impossible, for want of sufficient revenue, to comply with
the provisions of section 3694, Revised Statutes, relating to the sinking



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fund. The first four months of the current fiscal year produced a surplus in the revenues pf about $7,000,000, and the indications are strong
that there will be a surplus at the end of the year of $40,000,000. Under
these conditions, the Secretary, November 15, 1899, offered to purchase
during the month of November, $25,000,000 of the bonds of the 4 per
cent funded loan of 1907, or of the 5 per cent loan of 1904, at the current market price. Holders Of such bonds availed themselves of the
terms of the offer to the amount of $18,408,600, and the Department
to that.extent has been enabled to comply with the provisions of the
sinking-fund law. The above bonds were purchased at a premium of
$2,263,521, and the net saving to the Government in interest through
these operations amounted to substantially $2,885,000.
The full amount of $25,000,000 not having been tendered within the
time prescribed, the Department announced its readiness to purchase the
remainder (approximately $7,000,000) upon the same terms until and
including December 23,1899.
The changes in the amounts of the several kinds of money in the
United States, outside the Treasury, between November 1, 1898, and
November 1, 1899, are shown in the following table. The estimated
population of the United States November 1, 1898, was 75,059,000, and
the per capita supply of money outside the Treasury was $24.87. The
estimated population and per capita supply of money November 1,
1899, were 76,699,000 Lud $25.60, respectively.
Comparative sta.tement shoiving the changes in circulation.
In circulation In circulation
N o v . 1,1898.
N o v . 1, 1899.
G o l d coin
Standard silver dollars
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
IJnited States notes
C u r r e n c y c e r t i f i c a t e s a c t J u n e 8, 1872
National bank notes
T o t a l s ..

S649,846,727
63,437,255
68 878 952 1
•
35,338,909
391,177,575
96,569,780
306,301,620
20,055,000
234,969,964
1,866,575,782

Decrease.

S634,650,733
71 .^61 740
7fi 173 164
127,593,519
394. 976, 239
88,893,894
317,264,666
13,735,000
239, 067,193

$15,195,994

1,963.716,148

29,191,880

-

Net increase

,

Increase.

/
$7,924, 485
7,294,212
92,254.610
3,798, 664

7,675,886
10, 963,046
6,320,000
4,097, 229
126,332,246
97,140,366

FOREIGN COMMERCE.

The commerce of the year has been marked by three especially notable characteristics: First, a continuation oi the phenomenal exports of
lastyear; second, a moderate increase in importations; and, third, the
combined imports and exports form the largest total ever shown by a
single year in the history of our foreign commerce.
The total imports of merchandise during the year were $697,148,489,
as compared with $616,049,654 in the fiscal year 1898, and $764,730,412
in the fiscal year 1897, being less than in any fiscal year since 1887,
except 1894, w^hen importations were being held back to obtain advantage of an expected reduction in tariff, and 1898, when they were
abnormally low because of excessive importations in the preceding
year in anticipation of an increased tariff. The exportations of 1899



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were $1,227,023,302, as against $1,231,482,330 in the fiscal year 1898,
and $1,050,993,556 in 1897, being the fourth year in our history in
which the exports exceeded a billion dollars, and falling but $4,459,028
below those of the phenomenal year 1898, when the supply of breadstuffs abroad was unusually short, and that of the United States
unusually large. The total of our foreign commerce for the fiscal year
1899 thus stands at $1,924,171,791, or $66,491,181 greater than in any
preceding year.
Our foreign commerce has much more than doubled since 1870, the
total of the imports and exports combined being in 1870 but
$828,730,176, while those of 1899 were $1,924,171,791, and seem
likely in the year 1900 to pass the two billion dollar line. This
remarkable growth has been chiefly on the side of exports, the imports
of 1899 being but -60 per cent in excess of those of 1870, while the
exports of 1899 are 212 per cent greater than those of 1870. This comparison of the increase in our imports and exports is especially"
interesting when considered in connection with the growth of population. The population in 1870 was 38,558,371 and that in 1899 is
estimated by the Actuary of the Treasury at 76,148,000. It will be seen
that while the population from 1870 to 1899 has doubled, the imports
have increased but 60 per cent and the exports 212 per cent, showing
the rapid increase in the capacity of the citizen of the United States
to supply his own requirements and to contribute to those of other
parts of the world. The average importations per capita in 1870 were
$11.30, and in 1899 $9.15, while the average exports per capita in 1870
were $10.19 and in 1899 $16.12. In other words, the imports per capita
are now 20 per cent less than in 1870, while the exports per capita are
58 per cent greater than in 1870.
Importations naturally fall into three great groups—manufactured
articles for consumption, articles for use of the manufacturers, and food
stuffs of the class which can not be produced at home. In nearly all
articles included in the first-mentioned class, manufactured articles,
there has been little increase during the thirty years under consideration, although the consuming population has doubled meantime, the
increase of 60 per cent in our importations during that time having
been chiefly in articles for use in manufacturing and in food stuffs of a
class which can not be produced at home.' In the largest items of manufactures imported, woolen goods and iron and steel, there has been a
marked reduction, while in the other X3rincipal items of manufacture,
those from cotton, silk, fibers, leather, and earthenware, the increase
has been far below the increase of population and also below the average
increase of 60 per cent shown in the total importations of 1899 compared
with 1870. In articles for use of«manufacturers the growth has been
rapid. Importations of raw silk for use of the manufacturers increased
from $3,017,958 in value in 1870 to $32,479,627 in 1899, an increase of
976 per cent; India rubber, crude, frotn $3,459,665 in 1870 to $31,707,630
in 1899, an increase of 822 per cent; fibers for use in manufacturing,
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from $6,043,102 in 1870 to $20,300,093 in 1899 ; hides and skins, from
$14,402,339 in 1870 to $42,000,403 in 1899; tin, chiefly for use in manufacturing tin plate, from $1,984,238 in 1870 to $11,843,357 in 1899 ; and
unmanufactured tobacco, from $2,533,672 in 1870 to $9,900,253 in 1899.
In the class of food stuffs which are not produced at home in sufficient
quantities to meet requirements, especially those of tropical growth,
the increase has also been strongly marked. Sugar increased from
$69,827,884 in 1870 to $94,964,120 in 1899; coffee, from $24,234,879 in
1870 to $55,275,470 in 1899 ; and fruits and nuts, from $7,416,592 in 1870
to $18,314,206 in 1899. In material for use of manufacturers, the growth
between 1895 and 1899 is especially marked. India rubber imports,
which in 1895 were $18,353,121, were in 1899 $31,707,630; unmanufactured silk increased from $22,626,056 in 1895 to $32,479,627 in 1899 ;
unmanufactured fibers, from $13,282,081 in 1895 to $20,300,093 in 1899 ;
and tin in pigs, bars, etc., from $6,787,424 in 1895 to $11,843,357 in 1899.
In exportations the record pf the fiscal year 1899 is especially gratifying. The phenomenally large exports of 1898, due in a considerable
degree, as it was believed, to the shortage of crops in other parts of the
world, and the consequently large demand and high prices enjoyed by
the producers of the United States, seemed to justify the expectation
that the year 1899, with bountiful crops in other parts of the world
and the consequent fall in prices and in demand upon the United
States, would fall materially below 1898 in its exportations. But
this expectation has not been realized. The exports of the fiscal
year 1899 were but $4,459,028 below those of 1898. The fact that the
exportations of the year just ended have reached a figure so nearly
equal to that of the extraordinary year which preceded it, and that
this has occurred in the face of a large reduction in export prices
of grain and a material reduction in the demand for our breadstuffs, justifies a somewhat detailed analysis of the year's exports,
compared with the preceding and earlier years. Agricultural products, as was expected by reason of the plentiful supply of food
stuffs abroad, fell off in exportations from $853,683,570 in 1898 to
$784,776,142 i^n 1899, and formed but 65.19 per cent of the total exports,
against 70.54, per cent in 1898, forming a smaller percentage of our
total exports^than in any year since 1870. The fact that our total
exports continue far above those of any earlier year excepting 1898, in
the face of this reduction in agricultural exports, is thus especially
interesting and suggestive. Of the other classes of products exported,
those of the mines, the forest, and the fisheries are no greater than at
certain other periods in the history of our° exportations, and it is,
therefore, to manufactures that we must look for the increase which has
kept the total of our exports up to practically the same figure as that
of the phenomenal year 1898, and much above that of any preceding
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$339,592,146, or 28.21 per cent of our total exports, against $290,697,354
in 1898, $183,595,743 in 1895, $151,102,376 in 1890, $102,856,015 in
1880, and $68,279,764 in 1870. The exports of manufactures in 1899
are not only larger than in any year in our history by $48,000,000, but
form by far the largest annual percentage that manufactures have ever
formed of the total exports. Our exports of manufactures in 1898 and
1899 for the first time exceeded the imports of manufactures, the excess
of exports being, in 1898, $60,706,123, and in 1899, $76,333,587.
The commerce of the past year with the islands which have recently
come into closer relations with the United States has shown a marked
growth both in imports and exports. The classes of agricultural productions, for which the United States relies, and in most of them must
continue to rely, upon tropical countries, form a large proportion of
our natural and necessary imports. Our importations of coffee, sugar,
tropical fruits, tobacco of high grade, hemp, jute, etc., with sundry
other miscellaneous products of tropical climates, average $250,000,000
annually, and all of these are produced in greater or less degree in
the islands in question, while they in turn must rely upon the temperate
zones for their supplies of wheat and flour, provisions, clothing, and
manufactures of various classes. As a result, the commerce between
the United States and these islands is already showing a marked growth,
and there is every reason to believe that it will continue to increase.
Our imports from Porto Rico in 1899 were $3,179,827 in value, against
$2,414,356 in 1898, and $2,181,024 in 1897 ; from Cuba, the imports
were $25,408,828 in the fiscal year 1899, against $15,232,477 in 1898,
and $18,406,815 in 1897; from Hawaii, the imports were $17,831,463,
against $17,187,380 in 1898, and $13,687,799 in 1897; and from the
Philippine Islands the imports were $4,409,774, against $3,830,415 in
1898, and $4,383,740 in 1897. Our exports to Porto Rico in the fiscal
year 1899 were $2,685,848, against $1,505,946 in 1898, and $1,988,888
in 1897; those to Cuba, $18,616,377, against $9,561,656 in 1898, and
$8,259,776 in 1897; those to Hawaii, $9,305,470, against $5,907,155 in
1898, and $4,690,075 in 1897; and those to the Philippine Islands,
$404,193, against $127,804 in 1898, and $94,597 in 1897, exclusive of articles shipped to those islands by the Government for Army and Navy use.
Imports into and exports from the United States in its commerce with Porto Bico, Cuha^
Hawaii, and the Philippine Islands during the years ended June 30,1897,1898, and 1899.
Porto Rico.

Cuba.

Hawaiian Islands.

Philippine Islands.

Imports.

Exports.

Imports.

$8,259,776 $13,687,799
9,561,656 17,187,^80
18,616,377 17,831,463

$4,690,075
5,907,155
9,305,470

$4,383,740
3,830,415
4,409,774

Year.
Imports.
1.897... $2,181,024
1898... 2,414,356
1899... 3,179,827

Export}.

Imports.

$l,988,8f!8 $18,406,815
1,505,9^16 15,232,477
2,685,848 25,408,828




Exports.

Exports.
$94,597
127,804
404,193

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REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.

The principal features of the foreign commerce of the fiscal year 1899,
compared with those of 1897 and 1898, are shown by the following table:
Y e a r e n d e d J u n e 30—
Classes.

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

1897.

$291,414,175
324,635,479

$300,279,810
396,868,679

H-$8,865,635
+72,233,200

, 764,730,412

616,049,654

697,148,489

+81,098,835

50.1

52.4

56.93

85,014,780
30,533,227

120,391,674
30,927,';:81

88,954,603
30,675,056

—31,437,071
—
252,725

1,210,291,913 1,203,931,222
21,190,417
23,092,080

— 6,360,691
+ 1,901,663

1,050,993,556 1,231,482,330 1,227,023,302

Total

1899.

$381,938,243
382,792,169

Imports:
Merchandise* Free
Dutiable

1898.

— 4,459,028

Per cent dutiable
Gold
Silver
Exports:
Merchandise: Domestic
Foreign

1,032,007,603
18,985,953

Total
Gold
Silver

40,361,580
61,946,638

15,406,391
55,105,239

37,522,086
56,319,055

+22,115,695
+ 1,213,816

789,251,030
172,760,361

587,153,700
149,819,594

685,441,892
202,072,050

+98,288,192
+52,252,426

p e r cent...
do

42.41
21.89

49.20
24.77

52.38
29.48

tons...
do

23,760,250
23,808,797

25,579,399
25,748,232

26,110,813
26,265,968

..

I m p o r t s of m e r c h a n d i s e f o r c o n s u m p t i o n ....
Duties paid on merchandise
Ad valorern duties:
On dutiable
O n free a n d d u t i a b l e
Tonnage:
E n t e r e d in t h e foreign t r a d e
Cleared i n t h e foreign t r a d e

+
+

531,414
517,736

The following shows the importations by classes for the year 1899,
compared with those of 1896, 1897, and 1898 :
Imports hy classes.
Year ended J u n e 30—
Classes.
1896.
Free of d u t y :
Articles of food a n d live animals
Articles in a crude condition for domestic industry
Articles na an ufactured—
F o r mechanic arts
For consumption
Articles of voluntary use, luxuries,
etc
Total free of duty
Dutiable:
Articles of food a n d live animals
Articles in a crude condition for domestic industry
Articles manufactured—
F o r mechanic arts
For consumption
Articles of voluntary use, luxuries,
etc
Total dutiable
Free and d u t i a b l e :
Articles of food a n d live animals
Articles in a crude condition for domestic industry
Articles manufactured—
F o r mechanic arts
F o r consumption
Articles of voluntary use, luxuries,
etc...!
Total imports




$123,674,270

$124,012,968

$105,072,254

$89,470,232

186,417,181

194,564,240

155,251,519

175,565,916

29,854,940
20,496,034

29,864,421
24,750,275

17,391,491
9,241,512

20,053,393
9,747,432

9,315,045

8,746,339

4,457,399

5,442,837

369,757,470

381,938,243

291,414,175

300,279,810

113,350,775

121,153,211

22,951,536

20,352,385

64,878,779
124,778,005

57,309,091
109,624,851

121,927,100
47,115,767
52,576,492
73,329,175

40,190,484
98,065,760

84,008,109

74,352,631

72,995,162

89,569,568

409,967,204

382,792,169

324,635,479

396,868, 679

237,025,045

245,166,179

181,601,238

211,397,332

209,368,717

214,916,625

204,457,185

222,681,683

94,733,719
145,274,039

87,173,512
134,375,126

69,967,983
82,570,687

60,243,877
107,813,192

93,323,154

83,098,970

77,452,561

95,012,405

779,724,674

764,730,412

616,049,654

.697,148,489

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TREASURY.

The following shows the exportations by sources of production for
1899, compared with those of 1896, 1897, and 1898:
Domestic exports, according to sources of production.
Year ended J u n e 30—
Classes.
Agriculture
Manufactures
Mining
,
Forest
Fisheries
Miscellaneous,

1896.

1898.

$569,879,297
228,571,178
20,045,654
33,718,204
6,850,392
4,135,762

$853,683,570
290,697,354
19,410,707
37,900,171
5,435,483
3,164,628

$784,776,142
339,592,146
28,156,174
42,126,889
5,992,999
3,286,872

863,218,487

Total ..
..

$683,471,139
277,285,391
20,804,573
40,489,321
6,477,951
3,479,228
1,032,007,603

1,210,291,913

1,203,931,222

The following shows the imports and domestic exports of the last
fiscal year, compared with 1896, 1897, and 1898, by grand divisions:
o

Imports hy grand divisions.
Y e a r e n d e d J u n e 30—
G r a n d divisions.
1896.

1898.

1899.

$418,639,121
126,877,126
108,828,462
89,592,318
24,614,668 '
11,172,979

Europe
North America
South A m erica
Asia
Oceanica
Africa
Total

1897.

."i

$430,192,205
105,924,053
107,389,405
87,294,597
24,400,439
9,529,713

$305,933,691
91,376,807
92,091,694
92,594,593
26,859,230
• 7,193,639

$353,884,534
112,150,911
86,587,893
107,091,214
26,997,877
10,436,060

779,724,674

764,730,412

616,049,654

697,148,489

Domestic exports hy grand divisions.
Y e a r e n d e d J u n e 30—

Grand divisions.
1896.

Eurooe
North America
South America
Asia
Oceanica
Africa
Total




1897.

1898.

$673,043,753
116,567,496
36,297,671
25,630,029
17,197,229
13,870,760

$813,385,644
124,958,461
33,768,646
39,274,905
22,652,773
16,953,127

$973,806,245
139,627,841
33,821,701
44,707,791
22,003,022
17,515,730

$936,602,093
157,931,707
35,659,902
48,360,161
29,875,015
18,594,424

882,606,938

1,050,993,556

1,231,482,330

1,227,023,302

1899.

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REPORT ON T H E

FINANCE^.

Distribution of the commerce of the United States, hy leading countries and grand divisions of
the globe, during the year ended June 30, 1899.

Countries.

Imports.

Per
cent
of
total.

United Kingdom
$118,488,217 17.00
Germany
84,225,777 ll2.09
62,146,056 8.93
France
24,832,746 3.56
Italy
14,457,620 2.08
Netherlands
14,826,480 2.13
Switzerland
10,552,030 1.52
Belgium
24,356,258 3.46
Other Europe
,
31,603,435 4.54
British North America....
West Indies: Cuba and
28,588,655 4.10
Porto Rico
18,977,756 2.72
Other West Indies
22,995,772 3.30
Mexico
9,205,345 1.32
Central American States
779,298
Other North America
.11
57,875,747 8.30
Brazil.
5,112,561
.73
Argentina
• 5,126,731
.74
Colombia
5,189,145
.75
Guianas
6,507,847
.93
Venezuela
,
6,775,862
.97
other South America
26,716,814 3.83
Japan
I8,6U9,268 2.67
China
32,560,312 4.67
iEast I n d i e s : B r i t i s h
21,313,945 3.06
Dutch
7,880,875 1.13
Other Asia
17,831,463 2.56
Hawaiian Islands
4,409,774
.63
Philippine Islands
3,502,402
.50
British Australasia
1,254,238
.18
Other Oceanica
7,489,929 1.08
Egypt
2,946,131
.42
O t h e r Africa
Total

697,148,489

Exports.

Per
cent
of I
total.

$511,778,705 |41.7I
155,772,179 12.70
60,596,899 4.94
25,034,940 2.04
79,305,998 6.46
267,732
.02
44,158,033 3.60
59,687,607 4.86
89,578,475 7.30
20,699,745
15,425,423
25,480,122
4,987,854
•1,759,888
12,239,036
9,563,510
3,042,094
o 2,377,592
2,851,634
5,600,236
17,264.688
14,493,440
4,341,936
1,534,973
10,711,124
9,305,470
404,193
19,707,129
458,223
494,196
18,100,228

IOO 1,227,023,302

Imports
and
exports.

Per
cent
of
total.

$630,266,922 32.76
239,997,956 12.48
122,742,955 6.38
49,867,686 2.59
93,763,618 4.87
15,094,212
.78
54,710,063 2.84
84,043,865 4.37
121,181,910 6,30

1.69
1.26
2.07
.41
.14
1.00
.78
.25
.19
.23
.46
1.41
1.18
.35
.13
.87
.76
.03
1.60
.04
.04
1.48

E x c e s s of .
exports or
imports.
a$393,290,488
a71,546,402
6 1,549,157
a 202,194
a 64,848,378
614, 558,748
a 33,606,003
a35,331,349
a 57,975,040

49,288,400
34,403,179
48,475,894
14,193,199
2,539,186
70,114,783
14,676,071
8,168,825
7,566,737
9,359,481
12,376,098
43,981,502
33,112,708
36,902,248
22,848,918
18,591,999
27,136,933
4,813,967
23,209,531
1,712,461
7,984,125
21,046,359

2.56
1.79
2.52
.74
.13
3.64
.76
.43
.39
.49
.64
2.28
1.72
1.92
1.19
.97
1.41
.25
1.20
.09
1.09
.42

67,888,910
6 3,552,333
a 2 ; 481,350
6 4,217,491
a 980,590
645,636,711
a 4,450,949
6 2,084,637
6 2,811,553
6 3,656,213
61,175,626
6 9,452,126
. 6 4,125,828
6 28,218,376
619,778,972
a 2,830,249
6 8,525,993
6 4,005, 581
a 16,204,727
6 796,015
6 6,995,733
a 15,154,097

IOO 1,924,171,791

IOO

a 529,874,813

67.07
14.04
6.35
8.08
2.95
1.51

a582,716,909
a45,781,246
650,913,791
6.58,745,053
a2,877,138
a8,158,364

RECAPITULATION BY GRAND DIVISIONS.

Europe
North America.
South America.
Asia
Oceanica
Africa

353,885,184
112,150,261
86,587,893
107,091,214
26,997,877
10,436,060

50.76
16.09
12.42
15.36
3.87
1.50

a E x c e s s of e x p o r t s .

1,290,487,277
270,081,768
122,261,995
155,437,375
56,872,892
29,030,484
6 E x c e s s of i m p o r t s .

CUSTOMS.

Beorganization of districts.
Attention is again invited to previous recommendations relative to
sorganization
the reorganization of customs districts and the dig
discontinuance of useless
ports, at which unnecessary expense is incurred.
Special agents.
The special agents of the Department during the past fiscal year have
examined and reported upon the customs business transacted in 55
customs districts, as prescribed by section 2649 of the Revised Statutes,
and have made numerous recommendations for the improvement and
more economical conduct of the customs service. They have also



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investigated the undervaluation of articles of imported merchandise,
charges against officers, smuggling, and other irregularities, and have
rendered valuable service in connection, with the administration of the
customs laws. The annual report of the Supervising Special Agent
will give in detail a statement of such services.
Undervaluations,
The subject of undervaluation of imported merchandise still requires
constant attention. Many complaints upon the subject are received and
investigated, and large sums, representing increased and penal duties
on account of undervaluations, have been collected during the past year.
As the result of the inquiries conducted in Europe by a special agent,
increased duties on one line of merchandise alone, accruing on advances
made by appraising officers, amounted to nearly $150,000, and it is estimated th^t by reason of increased valuations made by importers in
their invoices, the direct result of such investigation, the customs revenue has been increased over $800,000 per annum on this one class of
merchandise.
Smuggling,
There have been a number of. unusually large seizures of smuggled
merchandise, chiefly precious stones, and constant vigilance is exercised to detect and prevent such irregularities.
Board of General Appraisers,
For a detailed account of the work of the Board of United States
General Appraisers, reference is made to its annual report for the
twelve months ended September 30, 1899.
The Board calls attention to the fact that at the close of the year
there were 41,514 protests suspended, awaiting the decision of courts
on analogous issues. About nine-tenths of these protests are against
the decision of the collector at the port of New York. In 20,000 of
the suspended protests only about a dozen issues are involved, and the
total riumber of issues, covering the T^hole number of suspended protests, will probably not exceed 100, so that the decision of about 100
Suits by the courts would enable the Board to dispose of all the suspended protests within a period of a few months. For the purpose of
reaching a speedy disposition of these cases, the Board suggests that
the appointment of an additional circuit judge be authorized, who shall
sit at the port of New York to decide customs cases.
ALASKA.

The law relating to the introduction and sale of liquors in Alaska (a)
was held by the Solicitor of the Treasury to have been repealed by the
act of March 3, 1899, whidi provided for the licensed sale of liquors in
a Sec. li.55, Rev. Stat.; sec. 14, act May 17, 1884 ; Dept. Regs., February 26, 1885,
.March 12, 1892, and June 24, 1898.



XL

'

REPORT ON THE FINANCES.

the Territoryj and which went into efiect on July 1, 1899. During
the past fiscal year, through the customs officers stationed in Alaska,
all possible eflbrts have been made to enforce the prohibitory law.
Numerous seizures of liquors attempted to be smuggled into Alaska have
been made, and all applications for the privilege of taking liquors into
that Territory for medicinal, mechanical, and scientific purposes have
been referred to the collector of customs at Sitka, who was clothed with
the authority to grant such privileges.
The exceptional and rapid development of mining and other industries and the sudden increase of the population of the Territory have
made the enforcement of the prohibitory law very difficult, and the
repeal thereof has relieved this Department of duties in connection
therewith that seemed almost impossible of efficient performance. On
July 23, 1898, it was found necessary to promulgate an opinion of the
Attorney-General, to the effect that the sale of liquors ,on board
steamers in Alaskan waters was a violation of the then existing laws
and regulations, and' the collector of customs at Sitka was instructed
to adopt such measures as might be necessary to secure the observance
of the law by all vessels in his collection district. The officers of the
Department at Pacific coast ports were required to inspect cargoes
of vessels bound for Alaska and to seize all liquors intended for illegal
introduction into the Territory. Liquors smuggled into Alaska and
seized by the customs officers were required to be shipped to Portland,
Oreg., for sale. Notwithstanding the efforts made to prevent the irregularities referred to, it is believed that large quantities of liquors were
smuggled into Alaska, until the act of March 3, 1899, became effective
and removed the prohibition. This act, which provides a license system, has greatly reduced the number of liquor saloons in the Territory,
Salmon fisheries.
A preliminary repoH from the agent for the protection of the salmon
fisheries of Alaska shows that he has been able, by means of transportation afforded by a revenue cutter, to make a more thorough inspection of the salmon fisheries in the Territory than heretofore. The
output of the canneries this season will more than equal that of preceding
years, notwithstanding there was a considerable decrease in the number of fish taken at Karluk and Uyak Bay. These fisheries are
threatened with destruction, unless they are closed to fishing for a
term of years, which would require Congressional action. The total
salmon product of Alaska for the season of 1899 will exceed 1,000,000
cases, which is nearly 150,000 cases in excess of the product of any
former year, and the revenue derived therefrom by the Government,
under the provision of the act of March 3, 1899, which imposes a
tax of 4 cents per case on salmon taken and canned in Alaska, will
amount to about $40,000 during the season just closed. Violations



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of law relating to the salmon fisheries have been reported to the United
States attorney for the district of Alaska, and the canneries have been
notified to discontinue illegal practices at various points.
The agent also reports that the wasteful methods that prevail among
fche canneries in Alaska, resulting from the rivalry of competing
concerns, and the wanton destruction of the salmon, threaten the
fisheries of the Territory. He suggests as a remedy that the product of
each cannery be limited, to be based upon an average ascertained catch,
and that the maintenance of hatcheries by the canneries be made obliga
tory. He also urges that an extensive Government hatchery be established and maintained at a central location.
The agent also reports that the natives of Afognak Island, a Government reservation, are threatened with destitution, on account of the
operations of the fish canneries at that point in violation of the terms
of the President's proclamation of December 24, 1892, for which no
penalty is provided. He suggests that a proper penalty be provided
for violations of the Executive order relating to the Afognak reservation,
and that an appropriation of $200 be made to provide the natives with
nets for the taking of salmon for domestic use; otherwise they are
likely to become destitute.
The necessity for additional legislation for the protection of the fisheries of Alaska is commended to the attention of the Congress.
Seal herd.
The pelagic catch of the British sealing fleet, comprising 41 vessels,
during the year 1897 amounted to 30,410 skins, including 1,018 skins
taken by the Indians in canoes. Of this number, 5,082 were taken on
the coast of British Columbia and 15,607 in Bering Sea, the remainder
being obtained on the Japan coast and in other waters.
During the year 1898, 35 British vessels engaged in pelagic sealing.
Their catch on the coast of British Columbia was 9,646,^ and in Bering
Sea 16,943. Their total catch during the year, including 1,100 skins
taken by Indians in canoes, was 28,552. A much smaller number of skins
was taken on the Japan coast and in the vicinity of Copper Island than
in 1897; in fact, the assault of the sealing fleet was almost exclusively
concentrated on the Alaskan herd. The continued diminution of the
seal herd, attributable to the destruction of the females at sea by pelagic
sealers, is evidenced by the fact that only 16,812 skins were taken on
the seal islands during the year 1899, notwithstanding the quota was
fixed at 30,000, whereas in 1898, 18,047 young male seals were killed on
the islands.
While the final report of the agent in charge of the seal islands for
the season of 1899 has not yet been received, it is learned that the condition of the rookeries shows a continued decline in the herd. This is
also indicated by the decreased catch on the islands, as previously noted.
The agent was instructed, in accordance with the provisions of section



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REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.

177 of the act of March 3, 1899, to confine the killing of the quota seals
to the months of June, July, September, and October, and to use every
precaution to prevent injury to the herd. Male seals only have been
killed on the islands during many years past, and there is always a
sufficiency of males reserved for breeding purposes, so that the cour
stant diminution of the herd, indicated by the number of skins taken
each year on the seal islands, is attributable only to the killing of
females in the North Pacific Ocean and Bering Sea. Only one American
vessel engaged in pelagic sealing during the current year, and her official log, on file in the custom-house at San Francisco, shows that she
took 227 fur-seal skins in the vicinity of the Galapagos Islands, outside of the prohibited area. The Government's income from this year's
catch will be about $120,000.
Reports from the seal islands indicate that the natives are steadily
improving in health and efficiency by reason of the care they are
receiving at the hands of the Government in the matter of food, fuel,
and clothing. The annual appropriation of $19,500, added to the earnings of the natives, has been found, therefore, sufficient to give them the
necessaries of life. The natives are not permitted to spend their earnings without supervision, but they are disbursed for them on the
written orders of the Government officers, as in the case of the appropriation. How long, under the continued depletion of the herd, the
present amount of appropriation will be adequate for their support
remains to be seen.
»
Under the authority contained in the sundry civil act of March 3,
1879, 9 islands in Alaska have been leased to individuals, upon the
payment of the sum of $100 per annum as rental for each, for the purpose of raising foxes thereon, and the receipts from this source during
the last fiscal year amounted to i
INTERNAL REVENUE:

The receipts from the several objects of taxation under the internalrevenue laws for the fiscal years ended June 30,1898 and 1899, were as
follows:
Eeceipts from internal revenue, 1898 and 1899.
Fiscal years ended J u n e 30—
Objects of taxation.

Distilled spirits
Manufactured tobacco
Fermented liquors
Oleomargarine
Filled cheese
Mixed flour
Special taxes not elsewhere enumerated
Legacies and distributive shares of personal property..
Schedules A and B
Miscellaneous collections.
Total..




Increase.

$92,546,999.77
36,230,522.37
39,515,421.14
1,315,780.54
16,518.55
46,973.00

$99,283,534.16
52,493,207.64
68,644,558.45
1,956,618.56
18,098.42
7,840.62
4,921,593.21

$6,736,534.39
16,262,685.27
29,129,137.31
640,838.02
1,579.87
7,840.62
4,874,620.21

794,417.60
400,186.39

1,235,435.25
43,837,818.66
1,085,868.47

1,235,435.25
^43,043,401.06
. 685,682.08

170,866,819.36

273,484,573.44

102,617,754.08

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A detailed statement of the receipts and expenditures will be found
in the report of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue.
The amounts given as receipts are those actually collected during the
fiscal years mentioned; but in many cases the money collected on the
last day of June is not deposited until the first day of July, thus causing a discrepancy between the collections and deposits for the year.
The total cost of collection for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1899,
was $4,591,754.90 ; the total cost of collection for the fiscal year ended
June 30, 1898, was $3,907,010.50, showing an increase for the fiscal
year ended June 30, 1899, of $684,744.40.
The percentage cost of collection for the fiscal year ended June 30,
1899, was 1.68 per cent, as against 2.29 per cent for the fiscal year ended
June 30, 1898.
The total production of distilled spirits, exclusive of fruit brandies,
for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1899, was 97,064,565 taxable gallons;
the total production for the fiscal year ended June 30,1898, was 80,762,213
taxable gallons, showing an increase in production for the fiscal year
just ended of 16,302,352 gallons. There were also produced 210,188
gallons of apple brandy, 40,781 gallons of peach brandy, 2,843,718 gallons of grape brandy, 731 gallons of pear brandy, 112 gallons of berry
brandy, and 2,239 gallons of prune brandy, making a total production
of 3,097,769 gallons rfrom fruits during the year.
A further comparison of the two fiscal years shows a decrease of
217,154 gallons in the production of apple brandy, an increase of 7,101
gallons in the production of peach brandy, an increase of 400,355 gallons in the production of grape brandy, an increase of 550"gallons in
the production of pear brandy, a decrease of 190 gallons in the production of apricot brandy, a decrease of 49 gallons in the production of
berry brandy, and an increase of 958 gallons in the production of prune
brandy, for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1899, an aggregate increase
of 191,571 gallons produced from fruits as compared with the previous
fiscal year.
The quantity of distilled spirits gauged during the fiscal year ended
June 30, 1899, was 318,503,686 gallons; the quantity gauged during the
fiscal year ended June 30, 1898, was 287,522,075 gallons, making an
increase for the year just ended of 30,981,611 gallons.
During, the fiscal year ended June 30, 1899, 3,922 distilleries of all
kinds were operated. For the preceding fiscal year 4,720 distilleries of
all kinds were operated, a decrease of 798 for the year just ended.
During the fiscal year ended June 30, 1899, there were produced
36,697,634 barrels of beer; the number of barrels produced during the
fiscal year ended June 30, 1898, was 37,529,339, making a decreased
production for the year just ended of 831,705 barrels.
For the fiscal year (©nded June 30, 1899, the total receipts from the
taxes on tobacco, cigars, cigarettes, snuff, etc., were $52,493,207.64.
' The receipts from the same sources for the fiscal year ended June 30,



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REPORT ON THE FINANCES.

1898, were $36,230,522.37, showing an increase of $16,262,685.27 for the
year ended June 30, 1899.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.

The net expenditures on account of the District of Columbia for the
fiscal year 1899 were $6,735,039.16. The net revenues deposited in the
Treasury on this account for the same period were $4,060,226.74. x
Under the operations of the sinking funds, the net reduction of the
bonded debt during the year was $149,900, and of the annual interest
charge, $5,252.50.
The water-stock bonds outstanding amount to $343,000. The bonds
of the old funded debt retired with the sinking fund provided for this
loan amount to $342,950, and there remains to be purchased with an
unexpended balance in this fund one bond for $50, to equal in amount
the water-stock bonds outstanding.
The Treasurer estimates that the total appropriations required for
interest and sinking fund for the water-stock bonds from July 1, 1878,
to the date of their maturity will aggregate $873,752.46. If no provision had been made for a sinking fund for these bonds, they would
have cost for the same period for interest and redemption of the principal at maturity $1,129,422.50. The difference in favor of the sinking
fund is, therefore, $255,670.04.
.
\
The act of Congress approved March 1, 1899, entitled *'An Act to
provide for the disposition of assessment certificates of the District of
Columbia, and for other purposes," directed the Treasurer to deliver
to the Commissioners of the District all assessment certificates remaining in his custody issued for unpaid assessments for special improvements, and to deposit in the Treasury as general revenues ofthe District
all-moneys in his custody derived from special-improvement taxes,
except the amount necessary to pay outstanding 8 per cent certificates
of indebtedness and coupons therefrom called for payment prior to the
act of Congress approved August 13,1894, entitled ^^An Act to provide
for the payment of the eight per centum green-back certificates of the
District of Columbia, and for other purposes."
In compliance with the provisions of this act, the Treasurer delivered
to the Commissioners all assessment certificates remaining in his custody, and forwarded to them a check for $7,607.11 for account of the
general revenues ofthe District, and retained $1,000 to pay outstanding
8 per cent certificates and coupons, as provided in the act;
Detailed information in regard to the affairs of the District of Columbia
will be found in the report 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.
PUBLIC BUILDINGS.

Previous reports of the Supervising Architect of this Department
covered a period ending September 30 of each year, while the current



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report is under date of June 30, 1899, involving only nine months.
Succeeding reports will embrace one year ending June 30.
The following statement of buildings completed and occupied, in
course of erection, and those not yet commenced is based on the report
of the Supervising Architect above referred to, and is brought down to
June 30 of this year; but attention is called'to the fact that since that
time the public buildings at Paterson, N. J., Pottsville, Pa., St. Albans,
Vt., Savannah, Ga., and Washington, D. C. (post-office), have been
completed and occupied, while work on the erection of the United
States post-office at Newport, Ky., and extensions to the buildings at
Canton, Ohio, Chicago, 111. (temporary post-office), and Minneapolis,
Minn., has been commenced and is being prosecuted. Of the 39 sites
of public buildings selected, 25 were secured prior to June 30 last and
14 between that date and the present time.
The following summarizes the operations of the office of the Supervising Architect:
Total number of buildings at date of last report
384
Number of buildings authorized since date of last report, including extensions, etc.. 70
Total number of buildings, extensions, etc., including marine hospitals and
quarantine stations.....
454
To be deducted:
Number of extensions, etc
14
Atlanta, Ga., exposition (transferred); Astoria, Oreg., old site, became
part of site of new building; Chicago, 111., old post-oflBice (torn d o w n ) ;
immigration station, Ellis Island, New York (burned) ; Milwaukee,
Wis., old post-office (sold); Nashville, Tenn., exposition buildings
(sold) ; Omaha, Nebr., exposition (sold); Omaha, Nebr., old post-office
(transferred to War Department); Savannah, Ga., old site, and Washington, D. C., Bureau of Engraving and Printing
10
—T-

Total number of buildings under the construction branch (exclusive of extensions, but including marine hospitals and quarantine stations)

24

430

i

The above gives the total number of buildings proper, but does not
include extensions, improvements, etc., and is amplified as follows:
Completed, as stated in last report
Deduct extensions and improvements....

352
5
- ^ - 347
28
12 12

I n course of construction at date of last report
Number of buildings completed since last report
Commenced since last report

,

16
4

20
Number of buildings, extensions, etc., not commenced (including 70 authorized since date of last report)
.'
77
97
Deduct extensions, etc., not commenced (16) and the buildings enumerated in
foregoing statement (10)
26
•' 71
Total




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The completed and occupied buildings are classed as follows:
Court-houses, custom-houses, post-offices, etc
Less number to be deducted

"

328
10
318
20
11

Marine hospitals
Quarantine stations
Total number of buildings completed and occupied at this date

349

Expenditures from appropriations for puhlic huildings, for the period from October 1, 1898,
to June 30, 1899.
For sites for and construction of public buildings, extensions, and repairs, especially appropriated for
$2, 428, 286. 36
For repairs and preservation of public buildings
256, 758.17
For heating apparatus for public buildings....
105, 924. 49
For vaults, safes, and locks for public buildings
32, 019. 73
For photographic duplication of plans for public buildings
2, 910. 88
Total

,

r.

2,825,899.63

As will be seen from the foregoing statements, work has been prosecuted since the date of the last report on 32 buildings, including extensions, etc., of which 12 have been completed and occupied. There were
b^ new buildings and 14 extensions, additional land, etc., authorized at
the last session of Congress. Of .the new buildings authorized, 39 sites
have been selected. Action in securing sites for the remaining buildings has been barred by reason of the lack of acts of cession of jurisdiction in some instances, while in others the prices of land are such as
would involve an expense disproportionate to the limit placed as the
cost of site and building. It is proper, also, in this connection, that
attention should be called to the fact that, owing to the recent rise in
prices of building materials, plans and specifications for some of the
buildings when placed upon the market have had to be recalled and
modifications made to suit the conditions, or further work suspended,
because the balance of appropriation available was not such as to permit
of continued operations.
The United States post-office building in this city, as provided for by
legislation, was transferred to the Post-Office Department on September
30, 1899.
The Tarsney Act, which provides for competition among architects
for public buildings under this Department, has been enforced with
reference to three buildings, namely: The immigrant station, Ellis
Island, N. Y., the United States post-office building at Camden, N. J.,
and the United States court-house and post-office building at Norfolk,
Ya. So far, results have been, fairly satisfactory.
The law is not sufficiently explicit in its administrative features, and
although the Secretary of the Treasury is given authority under the act
to frame proper regulations for its enforcement, no portions of the
administrative laws relating to the erection of public buildings were




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repealed, so that any regulation made must be in harmony witli existing statutes.
If it shall continue to be the policy of the Government to erect public
buildings by architects selected in competition, it is suggested that
further legislation should be enacted, especially with reference t o t h e
administrative features of the work.
One of the chief difficulties attending the enforpement of the law is
the division of responsibility between the Supervising Architect and the
architect in charge of the building, and the attention of Congress is
called to this feature of the act.
It is the purpose of the Department to place under the operation of
this law a number of the buildings authorized by the last Congress,
and it is important that remedial legislation, if enacted, should be.
passed without delay.
Hall of Becords.
The earnest consideration of Congress is again invited to the necessity
for providing a Hall of Records in this city, in which the uncurrent
files of the various Executive Departments and other branches of the
Government may be stored. .
This matter has been the subject of agitation for many years past, but
with no practical results. The growth of the Government's business is so
rapid, and the accumulation of the files so great as a consequence, that
all of the Executive Departments are cramped for room in which to
store the files which by law must be preserved. The destruction by
fire of any one of the Executive Departments would cause almost
irreparable injury, confusion, and delay in the transaction of its business, and this is especially true of the Treasury. This Department is
the great clearing house of the Government. Here all its debts are
paid, and here are preserved the evidences of such payment. The files
stored in this building are in such condition that a fire may ensue at
any time, and in the event of their destruction, numberless claims
against the Government would at once arise to embarrass it.
In the Secretary's opinion, there is no public improvement more
needed for the welfare of the nation than a Hall of Records in this city,
and the matter is presented for the careful consideration of Congress,
with the hope that action will be taken at this session looking to the
erection, of such building;
IMMIGRATION.

There arrived during the fiscal year 1899 at ports of the United States
and Canada 311,715 immigrants, exclusive of about 25,000, who, says
the Commissioner-General, came as cabin passengers, and an unknown
number from Mexico and Canada. The total was composed of 297,349
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other sources, making an increase over the number for the preceding
year of 82,416, or nearly 36 per cent. This increase consisted in large
part of European immigrants, numbering 79,563, and especially of
arrivals from Italy, Austria-Hungary, and the Russian Empire and
Finland, which contributed thereto, respectively, excesses over the
figures reported last year of 18,806 (32 per cent), 22,694 (57 per cent),
and 31,154 (104 per cent).
The total immigration was divided as to sex into 195,277 males and
116,438 females; as to age, there were 43,983 fourteen years old and
under, 248,187* between fourteen and forty-five, and 19,545 who had
reached forty-five and over; 60^446 could neither read nor write;
1,022 could read but were unable to write; 39,071 brought each
$30 or over; 174,613 brought each less than $30, and the total
amount exhibited to inspection officers was $5,414,462. There were
relieved in hospital 2,028, returned within one year after landing 263,
and refused admission 3,798. The last-mentioned number was composed of 1 idiot, 8 convicts, 19 insane persons, 82 assisted immigrants,
348 diseased persons, 741 contract laborers, and 2,599 paupers or persons likely to become public charges. Besides the foregoing, there
were debarred on the Canadian and Mexican borders 796 paupers and
303 alien contract laborers. In the report of those debarred the most
noteworthy are the diseased, which show an increase over the corresponding figures for last year of 90 (34 per cent), and those who
attempted to evade the alien contract labor laws. The former were
principally afflicted with trachoma, a dangerous contagious disease
affecting the eye and frequently destroying the vision, and favus, a
loathsome scalp disease.
With respect to those refused admission upon the ground that they
had come in violation of the alien contract labor laws, although the
number reported—741—shows an increase of 77 per cent over the corresponding figures for last year, it is believed by the CommissionerGeneral that many escaped detection. This arose from the difficulty
of securing evidence at the ports of arrival.
To the same cause is attributable, in part, the fact that but few suits
are instituted and fewer convictions obtained against the contractors for
alien labor. The penal nature of the law, however, and the interpretation of it by the courts, which construe the ^landing" or ^ bringing
^
i n t o " strictly, are chiefly responsible, and it is, therefore, recommended
that the law be so amended as to render the successful maintenance of
suits against a contractor possible, though the alien cpntractee be
detected and refused a landing at the port of arrival.
A valuable addition has been made to the system of tabulated reports
of immigrants, by means of which they are distinguished as to race—
using the word broadly—as well as with reference to the countries
whence they come. As illustrative of its practical value, those immigrants who heretofore have been reported simply as frona the Russian



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Empire and Finland, and assumed to be Russians and Finns, are shown
by the report to consist during this year of 16 distinct peoples, of whose
aggregate Russians and Finns represent less than 13 per cent.
The races represented by immigration in excess of 5,000 and under
10,000 are the Croatian and Slovenian, the Finnish, and the Lithuanian;
between 10,000 and 20,000, the English,^ Slovak, and the Northern
Italian; between 20,000 and 30,000, the German, the Polish, and the
Scandinavian; between 30,000 and 40,000, the Hebrew and the Irish;
and the Southern Italian, including Sicilians, exhibits a total of 65,639.
Transatlantic immigration through Canadian ports, which increased
from 6,542 in the fiscal year 1897 to 7,344 in 1898, during the year 1899
enlarged to a total of 11,550. This rapid growth of immigration through
Canada, and the numerous obstacles to an efficient examination and
exclusion of proscribed aliens under the existing system, are urged by
the Commissioner-General as indicating the necessity of abandoning
inspection at the Canadian ports and the establishment of certain points
on our northern boundary as the only ports of entry for immigrants
through or from the Dominion.
For the purpose of obtaining information as to the net increase of the
population of the United States from immigration, efficient means should
be given to the Commissioner-General to obtain a record of those aliens
who leave for foreign ports; and the scope of the operations of his
Bureau should be enlarged so as to include the subject of naturalization
to such extent as may be necessary to prevent aliens from securing the
right of citizenship either through misrepresentation as to the duration
of their residence here, or for the purpose of effecting the landing of
alleged members of their families, who, as aliens, would not be permitted to land, instances of the latter abuse having occurred with
increased frequency during the year.
The total receipts during the year were $421,457.64, and the total
disbursements for the enforcement of the immigration laws, other than
the alien contract.labor laws, reached the sum of $288,002.26, leaving
on hand an unexpended balance of $133,455.38. This amount, taken
with the balance of last year, shows a total on hand of $418,326.43,
from which was appropriated by the acts of Congress approved July 1,
1898, and March 3, 1899, $290,850 for the cost of construction of the
new buildings on Ellis Island, New York, to replace those destroyed by
fire. The deduction of this amount leaves an available balance on
hand of $127,476.43, which, with possible future accumulations, is
charged with the payment of four equal annual installments of $50,000,
appropriated to the same use.
Of the $100,000 appropriated by Congress for the enforcement of the
alien contract labor laws, there was used during the year the sum of
$87,725.08, leaving a balance of $12,274.92.
In consequence of information that large numbers of Japanese coolies
were being introduced into the territory of Hawaii under contract to
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work on the sugar plantatio,ns, and under the belief that such importations would introduce embarrassing complications in considering the
right of residents of the said territory to enter at our ports, bills were
prepared and offered simultaneously in both Houses of Congress extending the provisions of our immigration laws and regulations to Hawaii,
but they failed to pass, and the subject is again urged for the speedy
action of Congress.
By order of the Secretary of War, and upon the recommendation of
the Treasury Department, the laws and regulations governing immigration to the United States were extended to the islands of Cuba, Porto
Rico, and the Philippines, and their enforcement by the military governors thereof will, it is believed, greatly relieve the embarrassment
which would otherwise naturally arise in this connection from the
acquirement of new territory beyond our coasts. •
In addition to those before mentioned, amendments to the present laws
are recommended by the Commissioner-General for the purpose of removing the limitation on the amount to be expended at any port to the
collections made thereat; to increase the head tax from $1 to $2; to
extend the authority now exercised for the deportation of aliens here
in violation of the alien contract labor laws to aliens who have entered
the United States in violation of any law ; to extend, with provisions as
to an apportionment of the cost of deportation between the community
seeking relief and the immigrant fund, the time within which aliens
who have become paupers oi* inmates of reformatory or penal institutions may be deported from one year to five years; to allow the
lists or manifests required 'by section 1 of the act approved March
3, 1893, to be made of alien cabin passengers on the voyage and
attested before an immigrant inspector at the port of arrival; to
prevent evasions of the immigration laws by immigrants traveling
as cabin passengers, or by immigrants coming in the steerage who
may claim to be merely visitors, by explicitly extending their provisions to all aliens; and, for the same purpose, to define all alien seamen
who are discharged at port§ of the United States to be, as regards the
operation of the immigration laws and regulations, merely aliens, after
they are discharged by the masters or owners of vessels on which
they were employed; and the Commissioner-General also recommends
that United States Marine-Hospital surgeons be stationed at ports of
departure for the purpose of conducting physical examinations of
immigrants before their embarkation.
The recommendations thus offered are radical in some particulars
and far-reaching in their effects in others. The privileges and immunities for freedom of ingress and egress of travelers, which international usage has long recognized, ought to be respected to the limit
of national safety. The questions involved are submitted to Congress
as worthy of consideration.




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CHINESE EXCLUSION.

The total number of Chinese persons of the so-called exempt classes
admitted to the United States during the fiscal year was 3,925, and
the number applying for and refused admission was 950. Under the
provisions of Article III of the treaty with China, promulgated on
December 8, 1894,1,012 Chinese persons have been permitted the privilege of transit through the United States under bonds, the penal sum
of which has been increased from $200 to $500 in each case. , Chinese
in transit usually proceed to Mexico, and many of them have attempted^
thence to reenter the United States. The arrest for deportation of
131 Chinese persons on the Mexican frontier indicates that, proper
efforts have been made to prevent such irregularities.
The total number of Chinese arrested for deportation in the fiscal
year was 566. During the same period 192 Chinese Avere deported by
legal process, at a total cost of $19,457.41, an average cost of $101.30
per capita, which included transportation to a Chinese port. The number of returning registered Chinese laborers admitted during the last
fiscal year was 1,793, and the number of that class who left this country during the same period with the intention of returning was 2,554.
In June, 1898, it was found that large numbers of Chinese persons
were seeking admission on certificates issued b y t h e Government of
China, describing them as traders, salesmen, clerks, buyers, bookkeepers, accountants, managers, storekeepers, apprentices, etc., as of
the so-called exempt classes designated in Article III of the treaty with
China. The subject having been referred to the Attorney-General, that
officer on July 15, 1898, rendered an opinion to the effect that the
privilege of admission must be confined to the classes specifically
named in the treaty, and ^Hhat the true theory is not that all Chinese
persons may enter this country who are not forbidden, but that only
those are entitled to enter who are expressly allowed."
A thorough investigatioi^ of the^operations of the Chinese-exclusion
laws made during the year 1898 resulted in the discovery that its provisions had not been thoroughly enforced in several sections of the
country, and that at one port at least Chinese had been unlawfully
admitted through the collusion of officers of the Department. These
officers were promptly dismissed from the Service, and the evidence
secured resulted in the criminal indictment * of three of them. It is
expected that these persons will shortly be tried, and every v effort is
being made to punish them.
The rulings of the Department and the investigation referred to
have resulted in a cousiderable decrease in the number of Chinese persons admitted to this country as of the exempt class other than returning laborers, 5,273 having been so admitted during the fiscal year ended
June 30, 1898, and only 3,925 in the last fiscal year, as stated above.
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of the exempt class on the northern frontier has almost entirely ceased,
the result of more honest and efficient administration.
In an opinion rendered October 21, 1898, the Attorney-General
held that the provisions of the joint resolution, approved July 7, 1898,
annexing the Hawaiian Islands, made the Chinese-exclusion laws
applicable to those islands. An experienced Chinese inspector was at
once sent to Honolulu, with instructions to cooperate with the Hawaiian
customs authorities in the enforcement of the laws, and the opinion
was communicated to the latter through the Department of State. Subsequently, by the advice of the Attorney-General, permits issued by the
Hawaiian authorities prior to the receipt by them of the necessary
instructions, entitling Chinese persons to return to these islands, were
recognized as authoritative, and the foregoing figures include 328
Chinese admitted to the Hawaiian Islands, and 37 Chinese refused
admission to those islands. The expense so incurred in the Hawaiian
Islands has been paid from the appropriation made by the joint resolution referred to, $5,000 thereof having been set aside for that purpose
by the President. The expense of the enforcement of the Chineseexclusion laws in this country amounted to $89,084.51 during the last
fiscal year.
The sundry civil appropriation act of August 18, 1894, provides that
^'in every case where an alien is excluded from admission into the
United States under any law or treaty now existing or hereafter made,
the decision of the appropriate immigration or customs officers, if
adverse to the admission of such alien, shall be final, unless reversed on
appeal to the Secretary of the Treasury."
The increased efficiency of the customs officers on the northern frontier
resulted in the nonadmission of over 300 Chinese, who claimed to be of
the exempt class. Many of these persons, disregarding the decision of
the collector .denying them admission, unlawfully entered the United
States for arrest for deportation, and in each case the United States
courts and commissioners assumed jurisdiction to inquire into the right
of such Chinese to admission, notwithstanding the collector had decided
adversely thereon and had been sustained by the Department on appeal.
In Vermont, 215 Chinese persons were so arrested for deportation, and
nearly all were discharged, the United States'court or the commissioner
finding, almost invariably on Chinese testimony, that they were entitled
to be and remain in the United States, notwithstanding the fact that the
collector of customs had in most cases denied them admission. In the
trial of these cases the Department has had the efficient cooperation of
the United States attorneys, particularly in the district of Yermont.
It will be seen that by these means the provision of the act of
August 18, 1894, quoted above, is rendered null and void, and the
enforcement of the Chinese-exclusion laws is taken away from this
Department, except in the cases of Chinese who are willing to acquiesce
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them admission. The Congress is urged to provide legislation more
clearly defining the authority of the Department in this class of cases.
The joint resolution approved March 1, 1899, provided that the
Chinese-exclusion laws should not operate to prevent the admission
of ^^such mechanics, artisans, agents or other employes" as ''any
foreign exhibitor, representative, or citizen of a foreign nation, or the
holder, who is a citizen of a foreign nation, of any concession or privilege from the Philadelphia Exposition Association of Philadelphia,"
might deem necessary for the purposes of the concession. The holder
of a concession granted by the authorities of the exposition referred
to, supported by said authorities, demanded the admission of 450
Chinese persons for the purpose of such concession, and after careful
consideration it was found that the Department had no authority
to deny the application or to make regulations whereby the
Chinese so to be admitted might be removed from the country
after three months from the close of the exposition, notwithstanding the fact that, in the light of past experience, it was believed
that such number was grossly excessive, and that the privilege would
be abused. The collector at San Francisco was accordingly instructed
to admit 450 Chinese persons for the purpose of the Philadelphia
Exposition, but was required to exact a written description and photograph ofeach so admitted. There is ground for the suspicion that the
holder of the concession sold the privilege of admission. Such suspicion
is greatly strengthened by the fact that of the 281 Chinese admitted only
49 were to be found at the exposition so long ago as November 3, 1899.
To secure their deportation each must be apprehended and taken
before a United States commissioner—a procedure that will involve
great expense and be attended with doubtful results. The United
States court in Chicago recently discharged a troupe of Chinese actors
who had been admitted, under similar circumstances, for the Omaha
Exposition of 1898.
If similar privileges are hereafter granted by the Congress, it is
recommended that in each case the Secretary of the Treasury be
authorized to fix and limit the number of Chinese so to be admitted,
and to make regulations providing for their ^ultimate deportation.
It is also recommended that authority be granted for the taking of
bonds from masters of vessels who bring Chinese.persons in their crews
to this country to prevent the landing of such persons. The employment of so-called Chinese watchmen to accomplish this result involved
an expense of $14,056.50 during -the last fiscal year, which expense
should hereafter be obviated.
In my opinion, the enforcement of the Chinese-exclusion laws should
be committed to the Bureau of Immigration.




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MARINE-HOSPITAL SERVICE.

The Surgeon-General of the Marine-Hospital Service reports that the
past year, being the one hundred and first ofthe existence of the Service, has been the most active in its history. The number of patients
treated in the marine hospitals and dispensaries exceeded that of any
previous year, and the duties of the Service in relation to quarantine
and public health were largely increased, both in volume and variety,
by reason of the war with Spain and the resulting territorial acquisitions.
The Service owns and operates 22 marine hospitals, and there are
besides 107 stations where patients receive hospital or dispensary treatment. During the fiscal year 1899 the total number of patients was
55,489, of which number 12,610 were treated in hospital.
Professional aid was given to other branches of the Government
service, as follows:
To the Revenue Cutter Service, in the examination of 990 applicants
for the position of cadet, engineer, and seaman; to the SteamboatInspection Service, in the examination of 1,860 pilots for color-blindness, 64 being rejected; to the Life-Saving Service, in the examination of 1,275 applicants for the position of surfman, and the
examination of 363 claims of surfmen for the benefits provided by
section 7 of the act of May 4, 1882; to the United States Coast Survey,
examinations, 36; to the Light-House Service, examinations, 14; to the
Naval Reserve, examinations, 8. The total number of physical examinations was, therefore, 4,179, of which number 250 were rejected.
Aid was also extended to the Immigration Service by the medical
inspection of 297,785 immigrants; to the Civil-Service Commission in
niaking physical examinations; and to the Army and Navy by the
reception of patients in marine hospitals, and by the detail of medical
officers for sanitary supervision of United States Army transports.
These officers were gradually withdrawn after Marine-Hospital officers
had been assigned to quarantine duty in ports of Cuba and Porto Rico.
During the year the hospitals have received special attention in the
matter of repairs and preservation and ward equipment. The medical
libraries have been increased by the addition of the latest standard
works; the operating rooms have received new and improved instruments and appliances, including X-ray machines, and the laboratories
provided with photographic outfits. A new service ambulance has been
adopted and supplied to a large number of the stations.
New purveying depot.
As mentioned in the last annual report of the Service, the business
of the purveying division had reached such proportions that the establishment of a purveying depot in New York became necessary.
After careful consideration, a suitable building was secured under
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the past summer. The space in the Bureau thus vacated has permitted
the enlargement of the Bureau organization, required by the additional
duties imposed upon it.
Marine hospital for consumptives, Fort Stanton, N. Mex,
Upon application of the Surgeon-General, the Secretary of the Interior was requested to transfer to this Department, for the treatment of
consumptive patients of the Marine-Hospital Service,' the abandoned
military reservation known as Fort Stanton, N. Mex., and on April 1, *
1899, an Executive order was signed to that effect. A medical officer
was placed in command, and preparations were made for the reception
of patients, who are now being transferred.
This measure will not only be of benefit to the patients treated in this
favorable climate, but will relieve the marine hospitals of these contagious cases, and will be of material aid to the great movement now being
urged throughout this and other countries in suppressing this communicable disease. Legislation will be requested for the development of
this sanitarium.
o
New marine hospital for New Yorh,
The Surgeon-General again refers to the necessity of Congress making
an appropriation for a marine hospital for the port of New York. The
present arrangement for the care of sick and disabled seamen at the
principal port of the United States in a building leased from time to
time is unsatisfactory. I concur in his recommendation.
Medical corps.
The medical corps at the end of the fiscal year consisted of 83 commissioned medical officers. During the year, after successful examination, as required by law, 16 .applicants were commissioned as assistant
surgeons. Since June 30, 10 have been appointed. There are, in addition, 95 acting assistant surgeons, 11 sanitary inspectors, and 38 hospital stewards—a total of 144 noncommissioned officers. In addition
to the commissioned and noncommissioned officers, there are about 400
attendants and quarantine employees when the marine hospitals and
quarantine stations have their full complement of men. This number
is of necessity largely increased during epidemics.
Three assistant surgeons contracted yellow-fever, and one died of this
disease October 12, 1899, while engaged in the work of preventing its
spread in Key West. The Fifty-fifth Congress passed a law authorizing
the payment of the amount of salary and allowances for two years to the
legal representatives of an assistant surgeon who died of yellow fever
under like circumstances in 1893. The Surgeon-General recommends
the passage of a generaLlaw granting a like amount in the event of the
death of any officer in the active performance of his duties. He points
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officers of the military and naval establishments, and ordered to posts
of exceptional danger; also, that like provision is made for the LifeSaving Service. The Secretary concurs in his recommendation, with
the limitation that the officer's death should be occasioned by an infectious or contagious disease, acquired by him in the discharge of his
official duty.
Expenditures,
The expenditures from the Marine-Hospital fund during the fiscal
year 1899 amounted to $680,897.71. The balance on hand at the close
of the fiscal year was $683,187.93. The amount available from the
appropriation for the prevention of the introduction and spread of
epidemic diseases at the beginning of the fiscal year was $457,190.93,
a n d t h e balance remaining to the credit of this appropriation at the
close of the fiscal year was $292,650.26. The sum of $100,000 was added
to this fund by act of March 3, 1899.
Beorganization of Marine-Hospital Bureau.
The Surgeon-General represents that a reorganization of the divisions
of his office was inade imperatively necessary during the past summer
by reason of increased work connected with the care of sick and disabled seamen, and by the opening of new marine-hospital stations; also
by the operation of the act of Congress approved February 15, 1893,
entitled ' ' A n Act granting additional powers to and imposing additional duties upon the Marine-Hospital Seryice," and the extension of
the national quarantine service to the islands of Cuba and Porto Rico.
The Bureau as now organized consists of six divisions, each under a
commissioned medical officer: First, Division of Marine Hospitals and
Relief; second. Division of Domestic Quarantine; third, Division of
Foreign Quarantine; fourth, Division of Sanitary Reports and Statistics ; fifth, Division of Personnel and Accounts; and, sixth. Miscellaneous Division.
*
„
Hygienic laboratory.
In the early part of the last fiscal year the investigations, covering a
period of thirteen months, of the pollution of the Potomac River water
were completed. The results were confirmatory of the report submitted
to the last Congress, Senate document 211, and they indicate clearly the
necessity for filtration of the District of Columbia water supply before
it is furnished to consumers.
The work in connection with car sanitation has been carried so far
that further investigation is unnecessary, and a complete report thereon
is in preparation.
Experiments to test the efficiency of formaldehyd as a disinfectant
have claimed attention throughout the year, and a report has been
published upon "Disinfection with formaldehyd in a vacuum chamber
combined with dry heat."
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cause of the epidemic of meningitis which prevailed in many l6calities,
including the city of Washington, has been carried on during the year,
and is still in progress.
The work of the laboratory has included also the examination of specimens transmitted from the stations, and an investigation into the
nature of pneumonia, Malta fever, and typhoid fever. The immunization of a horse against typhoid fever has been progressing satisfactorily,
and a series of experiments are now in progress to test the value, in the
prevention or cure of the disease, of the serum obtained from this
animal.
Following the report of the commission on yellow fever, the immunization of a horse was at once begun with a view of obtaining a serum
that will prove efficacious in the prevention and cure of yellow fever.
This work is still in progress.
The Surgeon-General renews the recommendation made in the previous year that the laboratory be removed from its present location in
the Bureau, and that a special building be provided for it. This laboratory has complete equipment, and in view of its important and
practical character the facilities for its conduct should be increased by
the erection of a suitable building.
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The Marine-Hospital Service now owns and operates 13 large and
complete quarantine stations, which, the Surgeon-General reports, with
their boarding vessels, disinfecting apparatus, hospitals, and personnel,
add materially to the administrative^ duties of his office. There were
3,838 vessels inspected and 370 disinfected at these stations during the
fiscal year. There are, besides, 9 stations where inspection of incoming
vessels is conducted by officers of the Service.
New quarantine station near Astoria, Oreg.—In accordance with the
act of Congress approved July 1, 1898, a site for a quarantine station
has been selected in the State of Washington, near Astoria, Oreg., not
far from the mouth of the Columbia River. The purchase of this site,
with the buildings thereon, has been arranged, but its consummation
has been necessarily deferred pending the examination of title. On
account of urgency, temporary provision has been made, and quarantine examination of incoming vessels is now being conducted.
Savannah quarantine.—In April a proposal was received from the
mayor and city council of the city of Savannah to turn over the function
and plant of the Savannah quarantine to the Marine-Hospital ^Service.
This tender was made at the time when large bodies of troops were
being returned to the United States from Cuba, using Savannah as a
port of entry. The quarantine work connected therewith devolved
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together with the expressed confidence of the city of Savannah ih the
Marine-Hospital Service, led to this tender.
The quarantine was accepted under section 8 of the act approved February 15,1893, and the buildings leased at a nominal figure for two
years, the proposal being that at the expiration of this period the Government should purchase fhe property of the Savannah quarantine at a
price to be fixed by arbitration, or, if the city of Savannah desired to
resume its quarantine functions, any improvement made by'the Government should be paid for by the city at a price to be fixed by arbitration.
The Department, being unauthorized to formally accept these terms,
agreed to recommend to Congress the legislation necessary to carry out
the intent thereof. Accordingly, the necessary appropriation is recommended in the Book of Estimates. The transfer was effected on April
18, and the station is now being conducted as a national quarantine
station.
The Savannah quarantine station, from a sanitary standpoint, is
of the greatest importance. Savannah being the principal city of the
South Atlantic seacoast, and the vessels entering there are of an
especially dangerous character, inasmuch as they come from tropical
ports. During the last year there were 445 vessels subjected to quarantine inspection at that port, of which number 58 were infected. The
acquisition of this quarantine was in accordance with the spirit as
well as the letter of the law of 1893, which contemplates the surrender
by State and local quarantines of their quarantine functions to the
National Government. This is rightly regarded as an important step
in the attainment of a strictly national quarantine.
Mullet Key detention camp.

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On account of new fortifications on Egmont K e j , the War Department demanded the removal of the detention camp which had been
established by the Marine-Hospital Service on this island during the
war with Spain, and transferred to the custody of this Department the
adjoining Mullet Key. The camp, therefore, has been transferred to
Mullet Key. This is essentially a quarantine camp, necessary for the
detention of people who may have been exposed to yellow fever before
permitting entry at the important port of Port Tampa.
There is a State quarantine on Mullet Key, occupied by consent of
the War Department before the transfer of the island to this Department. It is without facilities for the detention of suspects, however,
as provided by the detention camp established there by the MarineHospital Service.
Craney Island,
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Norfolk, Ya., which, under the direction and control of the MarineHospital Service, is utilized for the reception of smallpox patients
from Portsmouth, Norfolk, and neighboring localities, each city meeting
its own expenses.
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Fost epidemic disinfection and aeration.
During the winter of 1898-99 disinfection of houses and contents was
performed in the several localities in Louisiana and Mississippi infected
during the yellow-fever outbreak in 1898.
In the city of New Orleans the Marine-Hospital Service, by request
of the State and city boards of health, and with their cooperation,
undertook an inspection and thorough aeration of houses where the fever
had prevailed. The number of infected houses was so great that nothing more than aeration on bright, cold days was attempted. The Surgeon-General believes there is little doubt of the value of this work, as
shown by the lateness and limited number of cases that developed
during the past fall.
Sanitary operations connected with the return of troops from Cuba and
Forto Bico.
Early in the spring, before the onset of the rainy season, the President determined to return to the United States troops in Cuba and
Porto Rico no longer required there for" military purposes. Yellow
fever having prevailed among some of these troops, and because of the
uncertainty with regard to others, the disinfection of all their baggage was deemed necessary. Arrangements were perfected with the
Quartermaster's Department, which rendered valuable cooperation
and assistance, and the camp equipage and baggage of all the troops,
about 25,000 in number, was effectively disinfected by the MarineHospital Service at six quarantine stations during March and April.
Moreover, soldiers returning after April 1 were required by the
regulations to be held in detention camps for a period of five days
to demonstrate their freedom from infection. About 12,000 were
thus detained under the direct surveillance of the national quarantine
officers. The work was highly successful. There has been no infection
traceable to the baggage or personnel of the troops connected with this
movement.
Yellow fever—National Soldiers^ Home, Yirginia.
In the latter part of July last, an epidemic of yellow fever appeared
in the National Soldiers' Home, near Hampton, Ya., the management
of which was given over entirely to the Marine-Hospital Service, whose
efforts to suppress the same were successful, there having been a total
of 45 cases and 13 deaths. The success has but one parallel, that at
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In his annual report the Surgeon-General discusses the probable
origin of this fever, and describes the methods adopted to suppress it.
The epidemic excited unusual attention because of the peril to which
some thirty-five hundred veterans of the civil war were exposed, and
because of the terrible ravages of this disease in Norfolk and vicinity
in previous years. As usual in all epidemics, endeavor was made by
irresponsible parties to throw doubt upon the character of the disease,
but the opinion of the physicians, twelve or more in number, who saw
the cases, among them experts of national reputation and one sent by
the State of Louisiana, leaves no question as to the diagnosis.
The Surgeon-General gives credit to the physicians of the Home and
its governor for their prompt and intelligent action, and calls attention
to the lesson to be derived from this epidemic, namely, the necessity of
promptly recognizing and announcing the disease. The incident is
encouraging as demonstrating that when this is done the spread of the
disease may be checked.
Yellow fever in Louisiana and Mississippi,
Despite the work of the Service and the Louisiana State board of
health during the winter of 1898-99 in aerating houses and the contents thereof, infected during the outbreak of yellow fever in New
Orleans in the fall of 1898, the disease again appeared as a recrudescence, the first case having been nqted in the city of New Orleans in
May, 1899, but there has been no very wide spread, and up to the
present time the total number of cases reported has been less than one
hundred.
In September, yellow fever was reported in Jackson, Miss., and Mississippi City; but in these places, as in New Orleans, the tendency to
spread has been limited, and the cases have been few.
In both Louisiana and Mississippi officers of the Marine-Hospital
Service have been present to insure the execution of the Treasury
quarantine regulations and give aid to the local health authorities.
Officers have also been detailed to investigate rumors and pass upon
the nature of suspected cases in many localities.
Yellow fever in Key West and Miami, Fla,
On August 27 the Marine-Hospital Bureau received the first
announcement of the existence of yellow fever in Key West, though
subsequent developments indicate that it had previously prevailed there
in mild form for several weeks. The management of the epidemic
in the city itself was left, as is contemplated by the law, to the State
quarantine authorities, the efforts of the Marine-Hospital Service being
directed toward preventing the disease from spreading to other portions'
of the State and to other States. Accordingly, the Service established a
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on Dry Tortugas, 60 miles distant, where persons desiring to leave might
undergo the required period of detention. To October 20 there had
been reported 1,230 cases of yellow fever and 60 deaths. Many cases
of a mild type have doubtless been unreported, ^ as a number of the
Cuban physicians in the city have failed to report their cases. The epidemic is rapidly on the decrease.
The disease was subsequently discovered at Miami, Fla., the first
official announcement being made October 19, with the statement that
it had probably been existing in a mild form unrecognized for two
months. There have been reported to October 23, 20 cases and 2 deaths.
It has not been determined whether the yellow fever at Miami is traceable to ,the fever at Key West, and if it is, whether the cases were not
existing there before the quarantine patrol had been placed around the
island of Key West.
Miami has been placed under quarantine, and the Marine-Hospital
Service has prepared a small detention camp at Fulford, a few miles.
north, for people wishing to leave Miami. The lateness of the season
renders a widespread prevalence improbable.
The Surgeon-General reports that prior to the announcement of the
fever there had been a number of cases of so-called dengue fever, many
of which were without doubt mild cases of yellow fever. He deprecates
the unwillingness of physicians to acknowledge the serious nature of
supposed cases of dengue fever, and in his report urges that measures
be taken to prevent the spread of dengue, since that disease is so often
associated with yellow fever.
Quarantine on the Texas-Mexican border.
On account of the prevalence of yellow fever and smallpox in Mexico
quarantine officers were stationed at the three principal railroad crossings from Mexico into Texas—at El Paso, Eagle Pass, and Laredo.
Passengers from Mexico were obliged to give evidence of not having
been in any yellow fever infected district in Mexico for ten days prior
to their arrival at the border, this inspection service being supplemented
by a system of sanitary certificates issued in Mexico.
Aid in the suppression of smallpox.
In accordance with the announcement made in the annual report for
1898,- the assistance of the Marine-Hospital Service in the suppression
of smallpox has been limited chiefly to expert services in diagnosing
the disease in many localities and instructions to the local authorities
in the methods to be pursued. The methods of suppressing smallpox
in communities are so plain, and the protection of individuals so evidently the duty ofthe communities themselves, that the Marine-Hospital
Service will not assume any financial obligations connected therewith.
The Bureau has, however, issued a large number of a precis upon the
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of great value to local authorities. Expert officers have been detailed
in several of the States, at the request of the governors or health
authorities thereof, for duty as above indicated. A general vaccination
of crews of vessels on the Great Lakes, the rivers, and Atlantic and
Gulf coasts was conducted by the officers of the Marine-Hospital Service
during the past winter to assist in the movement to suppress this
disease.
The Surgeon-General calls particular attention to the necessity of
vaccination as a reliable preventive. The Bureau has officially declared
that no vaccine virus except that known as glycerinized vaccine lymph
should be' used, and that the purity of this form of virus is unquestioned. The prejudice against vaccination which has heretofore to
some extent prevailed is no longer justified in view of this perfected
preparation, by use of which untoward results from vaccination need
not be feared. This form of virus is easily procured, and upon its free
use, in conjunction with the recognized quarantine procedures, must
reliance be placed for the suppression of this loathsome disease, now so
generally prevalent.
National quarantine service—Insular and foreign,
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Cuba, Forto Bico, and the Fhilippines,—In January ofthe present year
an order was signed by the President and the Secretary of War transferring all the maritime quarantine of Cuba and Porto Rico to the
Marine-Hospital Service. In March another Executive order was
issued declaring that the expenses of this service should be paid from
the revenues of the islands, and setting aside $300,000 annually from
tonnage-tax receipts of Cuba as a quarantine fund. A thorough organization was effected as soon as possible, there being at the present time
some thirty officers of the Service in ^ Cuba and seven in Porto Rico.
The selection and assignment of officers, the promulgation of regulations, the purchase of disinfecting apparatus, boarding vessels, etc., has
been a work of great magnitude and importance.
Two complete sets of most recent and approved type of disinfecting
apparatus for quarantine stations have been sent to Manila, with the
approval of the Secretary of War, and arra-ngements are now under
consideration for their use in protection against the plague and other
diseases prevailing in the Orient.
Central American fruit ports.—In April the Marine-Hospital Service
organized an inspection service for the fruit ports of Central Americia.
Seven medical officers were assigned to the United States consulates in
as many ports, their duties being so to assure the safety of fruit vessels
before leaving the foreign port as to prevent their detention and the
consequent ruin of cargoes on arrival at ports of the United States.
Mexico,—On account of the violent epidemic of yellow fever in Yera
Cruz, Mexico, an officer of the Service was detailed in the office of the
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same disease in various interior towns in Mexico and the danger of its
being conveyed across the Texas border, a commissioned officer, with
the expressed assent of the State Department, was sent to the City of
Mexico to organize a system of inspection and disinfection of infected
baggage, in order to facilitate the travel of people across the Texas border. Some twenty localities in Mexico were infected with yellow fever.
Sanitary inspectors were appointed to act in conjunction with the consular service in furnishing certificates to be presented at the border to
the quarantine officers stationed there.
Acknowledgment is due the Mexican Government for its courteous
attitude toward this measure of the United States.
Medical officers in other foreign ports.—On account of the increasing
prevalence of plague in Asia and certain portions of Europe and Africa,
officers of the Marine-Hospital Service have been detailed for duty at
Honolulu, Yokohama, Hongkong, and Naples. Inspections have also
been madeby Marine-Hospital surgeons of Oporto and Lisbon, Portugal;
Barcelona, Spain; Marseilles, France; Cairo and Alexandria, Egypt;
and the principal seaports of western Europe whence emigrants sail for
the United States, including Bremen, Antwerp, Hamburg, and Rotterdam. As provided by the law of February 15, 1893, Marine-Hospital
officers have been detailed to serve in the consular offices at these principal ports. The Bureau has also a medical representative upon the
sanitary commission in Constantinople, and a medical officer at Rio de
Janeiro.
Leprosy investigation.
Measures have been taken to put in effect the act passed by the last
Congress authorizing a commission of medical officers to ascertain the
number of cases of leprosy now in the United States.
Cause of yellow fever.
With regard to yellow fever, attention is invited to the report of
the commission of medical officers of the Marine-Hospital Service
detailed 'by direction of the President to make an investigation into
the cause of this disease. Their findings are important, inasmuch as
they verify those of Sanarelli in his discovery of the bacillus icteroides. They further demonstrate that this disease is received into
the human system through the respiratory tract, and indicate the
probability of a protective and curative serum similar in its use to that
now employed in the treatment of diphtheria. While this discovery
gives ground for hope of amelioration in the matter of yellow fever in
the future, the Surgeon-General calls attention to other measures
deemed highly essential.
The success attending the efforts of the Government authorities in
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object lesson to be studied by our own and all other governments ofthe
Western Hemisphere. It is known that there are many seaports of
this hemisphere where yellow fever is endemic because of bad sanitary
conditions, readily removable by proper sanitary engineering. An
inquiry is now being conducted concerning the ports of the Western
Hemisphere where yellow fever constantly prevails, with a view of
definitely determining the reason therefor, and proving, if possible,
that it is due to want of proper drainage, sewerage, and cleanliness of
the harbor. The report suggests that in the interests of commerce, as
well as of life and health, the time may come when an international
agreement may be effected between the republics of this hemisphere by
which the unsanitary conditions which perpetuate this western pest in
certain ports will be considered a just cause of complaint by the other
republics, and such quarantine or other restrictions imposed by mutual
agreement upon the government possessing the offending port as will
cause it to adopt the necessary measures for the removal of the evil.
The Surgeon-General points out that action of this character would be
far-reaching in its effects upon the welfare and commercial prosperity
of all.
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National quarantine law.
The bills introduced into the Senate and House of Representatives of
the last Congress to strengthen the national quarantine law, though
strongly indorsed by both the Senate and House committees, were not
acted upon. The Surgeon-General points to the fact that these amendments can have no justifiable opposition, at least those relating to
maritime quarantine; and in view ofthe threatening bubonic plague he
-urges that legislation be enacted strengthening the national quarantine
service in the manner indicated in the above-mentioned bills, which
have already received the approval of this Department.
REVENUE CUTTER SERVICE.

Summary,
The following is a summary of the work performed by the vessels of
the Revenue Cutter Service during the year, being exclusive of services
rendered in cooperation with the Army and Navy in the war with
Spain:
Milescruised
Lives saved, actually taken out of the water
Vessels boarded, and papers examined
Vessels seized and reported for violation of law
Fines and penalties incurred by vessels reported
Vessels in distress assisted
Value of vessels assisted and their cargoes
Persons on board vessels assisted
Persons in distress taken on board and cared for

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239,061
18
18,039
142
$28, 970
Ill
$1, 735, 762
943
62

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of their cooperation with the Navy during the late war, to wit: Of 4
vessels from July 1 to September 1, of 5 vessels from July 1 to October
3, 4, 5, 15, and 27, respectively, of 1 vessel from July 1 to November 1,
and of 1 from July 1, 1898, to January 8, 1899; while the Algonquin,
Onondaga, and Nunivak were not placed in commission until September
18, October 24, 1898, and May 1, 1899, respectively.
Yessels,
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The vessel building for the New York station is nearing completion.
The vessel authorized by Congress for service on the Yukon River,
Alaska, was completed in March last and sailed for its destination early
in April. It is expected that excellent service will be rendered by
this vesseL
Congress at its last session authorized the construction of two vessels,
one for service on the Great Lakes, the other for the Pacific coast.
Plans and specifications for these are being prepared and proposals for
their construction will be invited at an early day.
In the last annual report the following was submitted:
The following vessels should be condemned and sold just as soon asit
is possible to replace them :
The Seward: This vessel was constructed in 1873; is a wooden sidewheeler ; now, after twenty-four years' service, is practically worn out,
unseaworthy, and not worth extensive repairs; cost originally $34,600,
and since for repairs $26,588.
The McLane: This vessel was acquired from the Navy in 1865, after
serving as a gunboat during the war. It is an iron side-wheel vessel, of
obsolete type, has been thirty-two years in the Revenue Cutter Service;
cost originally $36,000, and for repairs since $113,275. The vessel is
not worth extensive repairs.
The Colfax: This vessel was constructed in 1871, is of iron sheathed
with wood, twenty-six years old and a side-wheeler; cost originally
$65,500, and since for repairs $87,000. The hull is very tender andean
not be properly repaired without practically rebuilding, and it is not
worth any considerable outlay.
The Boutwell:' This vessel was built in 1873, and, owing to bad design,
is not now, and never was, a seaworthy vessel. It is a twin-screw boat,
very slow, and unfit for the work of a revenue cutter; cost originally
$70,000, aud since for repairs $49,840.
The Washington and Chandler are both small tugs, acquired from the
Navy in 1865, in which they did service during the war. Both are
wooden vessels, have been in the Revenue Cutter Service thirty-two
years. They cost originally, the Washington $7,000 and the Chandler
$6,500, and for repairs since $35,732 and $34,537, respectively.
The Hamlin: This vessel was constructed in 1866, is a small wooden
tug, and has been actively in service for thirty-one years. It is past
repairing; cost originally $15,500, and for repairs since $13,046.
Conditions with reference to the vessels named above have not changed,
except that the ravages of time have rendered them less seaworthy. To
keep them in service and not abandon their stations, repairs aggregating $12,535 have been made within the last two years. It is not in
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accordance with good administration to retain these old vessels any
longer than it will take to replace them by new ones. The construe
tion of at least four cruising vessels and three others for harbor service
to replace those named above is recommended.
Bering Sea patrol.
The patrol of the North Pacific and Berdng Sea, for the protection of
the fur-seal herd, is in actiVe prosecution by the following vessels of the
Revenue Cutter Service, designated by the President for the purpose:
The Corwin, Capt. W. J. Herring, R. C. S.; the Ferry, Capt. W. F.
Kilgore, R. C. S.; the Grant, Capt. J. A. Slainm, R. C. S.; the Bush,
First Lieut. W. H. Cushing, R. C. S., commanding, and the Bear, First
Lieut. D. H. Jarvis, R. C. S., commanding.
The Ferry, in addition to the patrol work assigned her, is to make a
thorough inspection of the salmon canneries on the coast of Alaska and
the islands upon which the raising of foxes is carried on.
The Bear will make her usual cruise to the Arctic for the relief of
distressed seamen, and to distribute the awards provided by Congress
for the natives who-rendered service to the overland expedition for
the relief of the whaling fleet in 1897-98,
The U. S. S. Thetis^ which was turned over to this Department by
enactment of Congress, for service in the interest of the Department
of the Interior to transport reindeer from Siberia to the Alaskan coast,
was repaired, officered, and manned by the Revenue Cutter Service, and
sailed for St. Lawrence Bay, June 13, 1899.
Fersonnel,
In the annual reports for 1897 and 1898 the Secretary urged the
necessity of legislation for the promotion of the efficiency of the Service.
Action by Congress in its behalf is imperative.
This subject was referred to in the last annual report, as follows:
It is the aim and purpose of the Department to raise the Revenue
Cutter Service to the highest standard of excellence. While much has
been done in this regard by the Department in the formulation of proper
orders and regulations, certain essential results can not be accomplished
without legislation by Congress, the need of which is seriously felt.
Something must be done immediately whereby the active lists of commissioned officers can be filled with men mentally and physically
qualified to perform the arduous, hazardous, and exacting labors which
the laws impose. Prior to the year 1895, the Service, due to the absence
of remedial legislation, had reached such a state that Congress finally
recognized its almost helpless condition, and passed the act of March 2,
1895, under the provisions of which 39 officers were placed upon a permanent waiting-orders (or retired) list. In the enactment referred to
Congress recognized two essential features: First, the absolute necessity
of extending this relief in the form of a retired list; and, secondly, the
justice and fairness of the principle of the relief extended.
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and retired from active service all officers who were then (March 2,
1895) disqualified, it ended there. Some officers who were left on the
active list, after the law had been carried into effect, as physically
sound, have since become unfit for duty afloat, because of age and disabilities incident thereto, as well as to those contracted in the line of
duty. As a consequence, there are at this time eleven officers who
are, by reason of age alone, incapacitated for active duty afloat. These
are as follows: One of 72 years, one of 67 years, three of ^^ years, one of
65 years, three of 63 years, and two of 62 years. The length of service
of these officers ranges from twenty-eight to thirty-seven years in individual cases, while some of them are veterans of the Navy in the war
for the Union. It will thus be seen that the Service is seriously crippled
at this time, and relief is recommended.
It will be readily conceded by all who are conversant with the facts
that no branch of the public service in time of peace requires as continuous, laborious, and hazardous service as this, while in time of war,
as was practically demonstrated in the war with Spain, it stands upon
the same ground with the Navy in everything, except in the matter of
compensation and the benefits bestowed by the Government upon the
commissioned ranks of the sister service, in connection with which,
under the law, the Revenue Cutter Service bore so conspicuous and
meritorious a part.
It will be seen from the foregoing that as time passes the Service is
becoming more and more crippled, so that its condition at this time is
rapidly nearing what it was when the remedial legislation of 1895
was enacted. So true is this that, within the fiscal year just closed, the
Department was compelled to assign four first lieutenants to highly
important commands because of the lack of officers of the higher grade,
due to causes rehearsed above, a condition which is hardly just to the
officers thus assigned, because the responsibilities of captains are imposed
upon them, without the rank and pay.
In addition to the depletion of the personnel because of advanced age
' and physical disability incident to long and faithful service, the active
lists are further reduced under existing law by the assignment of officers
to special duty on shore, and of others to duty in connection with the
Life-Saving Service, as follows: One captain as chief of division, R. C. S.
(Stat. L., vol. 28, p. 172, chap. 174, 1894); two captains as superintendents of construction, life-saving stations (sec. 4249, Rev. Stat.); ten
other officers, R. C. S., as inspector and assistant inspectors of life-saving
stations (act approved June 18, 1878).
Thus 13 officers of the line are performing duties in accordance with
law wholly apart from service afloat. In addition to these, a number of
other officers of the various grades are required by exigencies of the
service to perform other than duty afloat, in the supervision of construction of hulls and machinery of vessels building or under repairs.
The number of officers allowed under the provisions of section 2749,
Revised Statutes, should be increased by at least so many as are required
by existing law and exigencies of the service to serve on shore duty.
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cruising vessels at this time is shown as follows: Because of advanced
age and disability, 14; because of assignments under the law to other
duty, 13; total, 27. This takes no account of the number of officers
assigned to the superintendence of construction of the hulls and
machinery of vessels building or under repair, which will vary from 6
to 12, according to the work in progress. Neither does it take into
account the temporarily sick from various causes. For a considerable
time past it has been found necessary, because of the depletion of the
lists, to officer Sf^veral cruising vessels with one commanding and one
other line officer where the law requires a captain and* three lieutenants.
Bills were pending in the last Congress (Senate No. 620, House No.
11953), both favorably reported and upon the calendars, which were
acceptable as measures of relief. There was also pending in the House
Senate Bill 3903, for the further promotion of the efficiency of the
Service, which had the Department's indorsement and approval. This
latter bill was passed by the Senate April 29, 1898, and was favorably
reported by the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce of the
House of Representatives.
Fensions,
In the matter of pensions for the enlisted men of the Revenue Cutter
Service, the recommendation on the subject contained in.the last two
annual reports is repeated here, as follows:
Under the provisions of section 4714, Revised Statutes, the officers
and seamen of the Revenue Cutter Service who may be wounded or
disabled in the discharge of their duty, "while cooperating with the
Navy by order of the President," may be placed upon the Navy pension list.
The ordinary duties devolved upon the Revenue Cutter Service are
fraught with greater risk of life and limb than that incurred by the
Army, Navy, and Marine Corps in time of peace, while in time of war
they are at least equal, and every argument that applies as a justification
for extending this bounty to those services has equal force on behalf of
the enlisted men of the Revenue Cutter Service. I, therefore, recommend
that the law, section 4714, Revised Statutes (act of April 18, 1814), be
amended to read as follows:
The enlisted men of the Revenue 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 placed upon a pension list
under the same regulations and restrictions as are now provided by law
for enlisted men of the Navy.
Forto Bico.
Several applications have been made by the War Department for
vessels of the Revenue Cutter Service to perform duty in the waters of
Porto Rico. It has been impossible to comply with these requests. ,
The Service in its normal condition has no more vessels than are necessary to cover the coast line of the United States, and none can be withdrawn without detriment to the public service. Should the customs



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and navigation laws of the United States be put in force in the newly
acquired territory, the necessity for the presence of an efficient part of
the Service there will be manifest, and in that case vessels must be
provided. Should the extension of our laws to the territory named be
made, it is recommended that two revenue cutters of the first class be
authorized.
NAVIGATION.

'

•

The report of the Commissioner of Navigation shows that on June
30, 1899, the merchant marine of the United States, including all kinds
of documented shipping, comprised 22,728 vessels, of 4,864,238 gross
tons, b n June 30, 1898, it comprised 22,705 vessels, of 4,749,738 gross
tons. The following table shows the geographical distribution, motive
power and material of construction, and trade of vessels of the United
States for the fiscal year 1899, compared with the fiscal year 1898, and
also the construction for the two years:
Vessels of the United States.
1898.

1899.

GEOGRAPHICAL. DISTRIBUTION.

Number.
16,442
1,754
3,256
1,253

A t l a n t i c and. Grulf c o a s t s
P a c i f i c 3 o a s t '.
Northern lakes
W^estern r i v e r s . . .

Gross tons.
2,553,739
496,767
1,437,500
261,732

Number.
16,275
1,970
3,162
1,321

Chross tons.
2,614,869
539,937
1,446,348
263,084

22,705

4,749,738

22,728

4,864,238

15,896
97

2,237,153
140,662

15,771
120

2,214,540
173,687

15,993

2,377,815

15,891

2,388,227

5,775
937

1,288,785
1,083,138

5,824
1,013

1,274,056
1,201,955

6,712

2,371,923

6,837

2,476,011

660
1,667

74,640
467,348

629
1,962

71,101
491,808

2,327

541,988

2,591

562,909

108
204
824

230,956
63,108
443,645

135
232
964

288 813
71,217
488,216

1,136

737,709

1,331

848,246

829
5,571
15,169

852,182
1,225,677
1,934,170

878
5,592
14,927

913,142
1,202,839
1,900,011

21,569

4,012,029

21,397

4 015,992

514
228
87
123

63,090
49,789
54,084
13,495

631
306
2l2

154,586
41,534
io,366
23,552

952

Total

180,458

1,273

300,038

P O W E R AND MATERIAL.

S a i l : (a)
Wood
I r o n a n d steel
Total
Steam:
Wood
I r o n a n d steel
Total
Canal boats
Barges

'.

Total
TRADE.

Registered:
S t e a m iron' a n d steel
Steam, w o o d
S a i l (6), w o o d a n d i r o n , a n d s t e e l
Total
Enrolled and licensed:
Steam, iron a n d steel
Steam, wood
Sail (a), w o o d a n d i r o n , a n d steel

,

Total.
CONSTRUCTION D U R I N G T H E

YEAR.

Geographical distribution.
Atlantic a n d Qulf coasts
Pacific c o a s t
Northern lakes..
Western rivers
Total
aincluding canal boats and barges.




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Vessels of the United States—COD tinned.
1899.

1898.
Power a n d m a t e r i a l .
Sail:
Wood
Steel
Steam:
Wood.......
I r o n a n d steel
Canal boats
Barges:
Wood
S t e e l '.
Total

Number.
357
2

•..

Gross tons. - Number.
413
27,692
6,724
7

Gross tons.
72,535
25,538

'
.

343
51
20

57,337
48,501
2,386

359
80
13

48,040
103,018
1,411

169
10

30,777
7,041

397
4

46,673
2,823

952

180,458

1,273

.

300,038

Our total tonnage on June 30, 1899, was the greatest recorded since
1865, and the output of our shipyards during the fiscal year was the largest of any year, except 1891, in the past quarter of a century. For the
first time in our history the tonnage of our steam vessels exceeds that
of all other documented craft, and our steamships registered for foreign
trade, in number and tonnage, surpass our former records. The current fiscal year opened with our shipyards fully employed on commercial and naval construction, and while the high price of steel may
prevent so large an output this year as last year, the indications favor
the continuance of present prosperity in shipbuilding for an indefinite
period.
. While it is gratifying to be able to recite these evidences of welfare at
home, it must be borne in mind that the facts and figures of any one
nation concerning shipbuilding and the international carrying trade are
relative, and that our progress in maritime affairs can be ascertained only
by comparison with the progress of other countries. The results of such
a comparison are not so satisfactory to our national pride. Our shipping
in foreign trade is increasing, but it is not increasing so rapidly as that
of other nations, and our share in the carrying of our exports and imports
for the past fiscal year was hardly 9 per cent, the smallest in our history.
Our wonderful development during the past few years has placed us in
advance of, or in the first rank with, our competitors in nearly every
form of industrial activity; but in shipbuilding for international trade
and in deep-sea navigation we must reluctantly concede that we are
outstripped by nations in other respects much less resourceful and
enterprisingjthan the United States. The barren sea doubtless offers
less inducement to our citizens, with fertile fields, rich mines and forests,
and prospering factories at hand, than to the people of less fortunate
countries, but the fact remains that our national greatness can not be
fully rounded out while we are so dependent as at present on foreign
shipping for our intercourse with the rest of mankind. At this time
political and commercial considerations demand of us a larger measure
of strength and independence on the seas than ever in our history, yet
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The activity of our shipyards, our surpassing production of steel, and
the evidences of an awakening interest in shipping have created an
opportunity for the reestablishment of our maritime commercial rank,
which it is trusted Congress, by sagacious, liberal, and durable legislation, will convert into realization.
In the last annual report several specific recommendations were submitted, drawn in the main from the current practiced of our maritime
competitors, raising no diplomatic difficulties, and believed to be adequate to our needs. The situation is the same now as then, and the
necessity for action has become more pressing. The same propositions,
accordingly, are again submitted:
First. A remodeling and extension of the act of March 3, 1891, relating to the carrying of ocean mails in American steamships, so that it
shall meet requirements which have arisen since the law went into
operation.
Second. The establishment of a system of graded bounties upon the
mileage navigated by registered American vessels while engaged in the
foreign carrying trade as compensation for the training of seamen
available for the national defense, the system to have regard also to the
construction of vessels which may be promptly and economically converted into cruisers, transports, colliers, and supply ships for the use of
the Government. Special provision should also be made for vessels
and men engaged in the deep-sea fisheries.
Third. Extended application of the principle of the act of May 10,
1892, by virtue of which the St. Louis and St. Faul were constructed in
this country upon the registry of the foreign-built steamships New York
and Faris, this extension to continue for a short term of years and to be
so guarded as to preserve the coasting trade to American-built vessels.
Fourth. A moderate increase in the rates of our tonnage taxes, equalizing them with the corresponding charges at present imposed at the
leading European seaports.
Fifth. The restriction of the trade between the United States, Porto
Rico, and Hawaii and the coasting trade of those islands to vessels of
American registry.'
The relations of merchant shipping to the common defense and the
general welfare raise propositions for its encouragement above the plane
of industrial or class legislation and entitle them to the careful consideration, not only of the seaboard States, but also of the great producing
sections ofthe country which require increased transportation facilities
to foreign markets.
The details of the several propositions named are considered in full
in the report of the Commissioner of Navigation, which also contains
statistics and information relating generally to our maritime condition
and that of foreign nations.
The most comprehensive measure ever enacted in this country for the
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ment has been^attended with some difficulties, but in the main the act
has proved satisfactory. Time may develop the desirability of some
modifications, but it is trusted that no change will be made until the
act has had a full and fair trial.
The collections from tonnage taxes for the year were $834,087, compared with $846,771 for the previous year, and $731,770 for the fiscal
year ended June 30, 1897. Changes in our laws relating to tonnage
taxes are f?ecommended by the Commissioner of Navigation.
The passage of measures applying our laws relating to commerce,
navigation, and merchant seamen to Hawaii and Porto Rico is recom
mended.
Large rafts of timber in tow on the Pacific and very long tows of
baTges on the Atlantic are becoming a menace to navigation, and a
reasonable regulation of these trades may soon be necessary. To be
effectual, such regulation may require the cooperation of the Canadian
Government.
STEAMBOAT-INSPECTION SERVIOE.

The expenses of this Service were: For salaries, $287,515.33; contingent expenses, $50,844.89. The increase in expenditures over 1898 was
$4,504.70, being accounted for largely by the additions to such expenses
made necessary by inspections for the first time in the district of Alaska,
amounting to $2,807.50 for officers' traveling expenses, to which should
be added $487.58 for rent and new instruments.
The total number of annual certificates of inspection issued, foreign
and domestic, to steam, motor, and sail vessels, the latter inspected
under the act of Congress approved December 21, 1898, was 8,707.
The number of certificates issued to foreign passenger steamers
included in the above was 325; the number of sail vessels, 58; gross
tonnage of foreign steam vessels, 1,123,253; and gross tonnage of
domestic steam and motor vessels, 2,515,865.
The total number of officers holding five-year licenses is estimated to
be about 42,000, of which number 5,316 received their licenses during
the fiscal year, the remainder having been licensed in 1896 and 1897.
. Classification ^of inspections, tonnage, and officers licensed, according to several divisions of
navigation, for the fiscal year elided June 30, 1899.
Inspections of r ^ ^ ^ ^ ' ^ .
Pacific coast
Atlantic coast...
Western rivers.
Northern lakes.
Gulf coast

951
3,827
1.022
2,205

Total




Officers
licensed.

644

404,413
1,823,582
145,188
1,084,016
181,919

1,981
1,095
836
466

8,649

3,639,118

5,316

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The total number of examinations of applicants for masters' and pilots'
licenses was 2,034, of which 62 were found color-blind and rejected, leaving the number passed 1,972.
The increase in number of annual certificates of inspection to domestic
vessels during the year was 192, and increase in number of annual certificates issued to foreign passenger steamers, 9.
The total nuinber of accidents resulting in loss of life during the year
was 48; increase over previous year, 17 ; total number of lives lost, 404;
increase over previous year, 121. Of the number of lives lost, 158
were passengers and 246 belouged to the crews ofthe vessels.
Inspection of foreign steam vessels.
Nationalities of foreign steam vessels.
British
German
Dutch
Norwegian
French
Belgian
Portuguese
Danish
Spanish
Japanese
Italian
Hawaiian

Number.
192
57
15
14
12
II
3
4
6
7

,
;

Total

325

Total gross tonnage.

1,123,253

The total number of plates inspected was 4,288; plates rejected for
various defects, 350; making the total number of plates passed inspection 3,938.
A statement is presented in the annual report of the Supervising
Inspector-General which exhibits the present and past efficiency of the
Service., During the last twenty-three years the annual average contingent expenses have been $42,809.76, as compared with an annual
average of $47,313.81 for the ^ve years 1872-76, inclusive. During
the former period the annual average of passengers carried is estimated
at 478,000,000, while during the latter there was only an annual average of 119,500,000. During the last twenty-three years there have been
inspected 150,925 steamers, as compared with 19,019 for the five-year
period above named. The average annual loss of life for the twentythree-year period is given at 244, as against 360 for the five-year
period.
COAST AND GEODETIC SURVEY.

The annual report of the Superintendent of the Coast and Geodetic
Survey, illustrated by numerous maps showing the progress made
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The operations there given are classified under two heads, '^Office
"work" and '^Field work." The former comprises four branches—administration, technical division, publications, and weights and measures. The latter is described under two heads, the first including
those operations performed on land, and the second those carried out
on tide water or near it. v
The organization of the office has been somewhat changed during the
fiscal year with the purpose of facilitating the execution of the field
work and its quick publication.
Among the special investigations which have been completed in the
course of the year are those pertaining to the great transcontinental
arc—^a most important work of the Survey begun a quarter of a century
ago. This enterprise contemplated the*extension of ar scheme of triangulation from the Atlantic to the Pacific, furnishing standard" reference
points in a large number of States and numerous valuable points for the
determination of heights, latitude and longitude, and other important
data. In addition, its completion marks an important contribution to
the determination of the earth's figure, a work in which all civilized
nations of the earth are engaged, and in which this country has contributed its fair share.
The intricate and laborious computations necessary in this mass of
work have all been brought to a successful conclusion, and the entire
publication is now ready for the press.
The past year has marked the issue, by the Survey, of the largest
number of charts in its history. The demand for accurate charts of the
coast by commercial vessels and naval vessels has steadily increased.
The total issue has been 50 per cent larger than the average for the past
nine years, and the net sales have increased 32 per cent with reference
to the same average.
In addition to the large increase in the issue of charts, the other publications of the Survey, including the annual report, with its technical
papers, the Coast Pilot, Notices to Mariners, and the Tide Tables, have
also met with an unprecedented demand, which has taxed the utmost
abilities of the officeto meet.
A new metal, consisting of an alloy of two parts of iron to one part
of nickel, has been applied in the construction of precise levels, and on
account of its extraordinarily low coefficient of expansion has contributed in a most satisfactory manner to the. accuracy and value of the
results obtained.
The Office of Standard Weights and Measures, attached to the Coast
and Geodetic Survey; carries on a work of importance to the country,
and one to which an increasing amount of attention will need to be
given. With the acquisition of outlying territory using other standards,
and in many cases with the standard weights and lengths but ill determined, the work of this Bureau finds a new and pressing field. In
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skilled manufactures, as well as by the scientific requirements of engineers and physicists, would seem to indicate that the time is near at hand
when this Bureau must be prepared to furnish not only standards of
weight and length and electrical units, but also standards for measuring
thermometers, chemical apparatus, and the various forms of illuminating devices for commercial use. This matter is one of importance, and
may well receive the attention of Congress for its proper maintenance
and development.
For the first time in its history, the Coast and Geodetic Survey has
been, under the authority of Congress, engaged in surveying the coast
away from the mainland of the United States. By the act of March 4
last, the operations of this Bureau were extended so as to include not
only the mainland of the United States, but also all islands, both in the
Pacific and Atlantic, under the jurisdiction of the United States, and
under this authority surveys in Porto Rico and Hawaii have been
instituted.
In Porto Rico, at the request of the Navy Department, and at the
solicitation of those interested in commercial steamers, surreys were
begun on the south coast, and about 60 miles of this coast were successfully charted during the season, including the harbor of Jobos, which
has been found to show a good depth of water for an entrance and to be a
safe harbor of refuge for vessels of any draft.
On the Pacific coast the operations of the Survey have' extended from
the California boundary to the Yukon.
One of the most interesting and important details of work was the
examination of the delta of the Yukon. This great stream enters Bering Sea by a number of mouths, and it is a matter of great importance
to commerce to know the most expeditious point of entrance. The survey just completed shows that there is no entrance with a depth of more
than 10 feet, and the hope that ocean steamers might find access
to the river is not likely to be fulfilled. The result of the work has
been of greatest importance to the interests of a large commerce now
going to Alaska by way of St. Michaels. The mouth of this greatest
American river entering the Pacific was found to be 25 miles further
to the westward than had been previously supposed, which will add an
area to Alaska of more than 2,000 square miles.
Other surveys in Alaska have been prosecuted in Prince William
Sound, in the Lynn Canal, and in the mouth of Copper River.
The attention of Congress is respectfully called to the necessity for
furnishing means for pushing the surveys in Alaskan waters as rapidly
as the work can be done.
The enormous increase in the numbjer of vessels plying to Alaskan
ports has made necessary the immediate survey of a coast line of
10,000 miles in extent and the publication of many new charts. The
many dangers of this coast, including the prevalence of fog, have
caused the loss of a large number of vessels in the last few years—a



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fact which calls for expeditious work, and the Survey has exhausted
every effort] during the past season to meet this unexpected demand as
rapidly and as fully as possible.
While the Survey has, under the authority granted by Congress,
conducted magnetic observations since its foundation, the great importance of this work, both to the navigator and the surveyor, has led,
during the latter jpart of the fiscal year, to the establishment of the
division of terrestrial magnetism, charged with the execution of the
magnetic survey of the country. The plan contemplates the establishment of meridian lines and the determination of magnetic variation in
the county seats in every State in the Union. With a very moderate
appropriation, this entire work can be completed in ten years, and there
is no direction in which the Survey can contribute more quickly and
in a more practical way to the commercial and scientific interests of the
country than in the successful completion of this work.
The United States has recently signed, in cooperation with the other
leading nations, an international agreement for the measurement of the
figure of the earth. A t a meeting of the association which took place
in Stuttgart last October the importance of permanent magnetic observatories in different parts of the earth was especially commended to the
attention of the various nations composing the association, and the
attention of the United States was particularly invited to the fact that
the Hawaiian Islands, now a possession of the United States, are
particularly adapted for the establishment of a permanent magnetic
observatory.
The knowledge of the variation of the compass in the Pacific, which
is destined to be more than ever important to American shipping interests, is still most imperfect.
The past season has seen the completion and fixation by temporary
monuments of the boundary line between California and Nevada,
extending a distance of 400 miles from Lake Tahoe to the Colorado
River. The difficulty of running this line and of placing temporary
monuments may be judged from the fact that the line crosses the White
Mountains in Nevada at a height of 13,000 feet and passes for more than
100 miles through Death Valley and the Great American Desert.
The past year has seen the addition to the Coast Survey fleet of a
new vessel, the Fathfinder, It was built at Elizabeth, N. J., and was
especially designed for the survey of the passes in the Alaskan waters
and the Aleutian Islands. The vessel was launched on December 7,
1898, and the occasion was made memorable by the inauguration, under
the regulations of the Department, of a special service flag for Coast
Survey vessels.
Every effort is being made in the direction of this important Bureau
to contribute to the needs of commerce in all ways possible, and to
obtain not only needful and accurate surveys, but to publish the results
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The attention of Congress is directed to the necessity for liberal support
of the work of the Survey, particularly in the much-needed surveys' of
Alaskan waters, in the magnetic survey of the United States, and in
the islands of the Pacific under thejurisdiction of the United States.
Weights and measures.
The acquisition of the Philippines and Porto Rico, the more intimate
relations into which we have entered with Cuba, and the desire to extend
our commerce with Mexico and Central and South America, in all of
which countries the metric system has been established, induce the
Secretary to call to the attention of Congress at this time the desirability
of a reform in our system of weights and measures.
The attention of this Department has been called to a circular issued
last April by the American Chamber of Commerce in Paris. It
expresses the hope that the metric system will soon be adopted in the
United States. In view of the coming exposition at Paris, the circular
points out the great disadvantage of not using the metric system, and
says that experience at former expositions has shown that buyers are
deterred by complicated calculations from even examining and comparing samples and prices of American exhibits with those from other
countries.
The intense commercial rivalry of nations warns us to leave nothing
undone which might further our own interests, and there can be no doubt
that the introduction ofthe metric system, to which this country stands
pledged since the meeting of the International American Conference in
1890, would greatly facilitate international commercial transactions.
Without doubt. Great Britain and Russia would follow the initiative of
this country in this matter, and thus what a few decades ago would
have been considered an unattainable ideal, namely, a system of weights
and measures, common at least to all western nations, would be reached.
It is not the purpose of this recommendation to place before Congress
a full discussion of this subject. The various committees appointed by
it from time to time to consider this matter have made exhaustive
reports covering aspects of the question no less important than the
commercial one—reports always agreeing on the necessity for reform,
always considering our present system a temporary one and out of harmony with our decimal notation and monetary system, and, since 1866,
always recommending the introduction of the metric system.
The great difficulties which seemed to stand in the way appear to
have been overrated, for its introduction into Germany, Austria, and
other European countries was accomplished with little or no confusion.
This Government^ therefore, would not enter upon an untried experiment if its obligatory introduction in all governmental affairs were
ordained, as it has been in the countries named.
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engaged the attention of Washington, Jefferson, Madison, and Adams,
and in Congress the reports of Messrs. John A. Kasson in 1866, Alexander H. Stephens in 1879, and Charles W. Stone in 1896 and 1898,
advocated the introduction of the metric system.
Among my predecessors, Robert J. Walker in 1847 urged it upon
Congress, Secretary Chase gave it his support, and Secretaries Windom
and Foster successively concurred in the favorable recommendation of
Secretary of State Blaine. Secretary Carlisle adopted as fundamental
standards for the Treasury Department the metric standards prepared
at the International Bureau of Weights and Measures, an establishment
maintained by the principal nations of the world. The various States
of the Union were, by the action of Congress in 1866, supplied with
copies of the principal metric standards.
All these facts exhibit a consistent endeavor on the part of the executive as well as the legislative branches of our Government, from its
foundation to the present time, to reform our heterogeneous metrology.
As the present time seems most opportune and the matter of great
importance, it is recommended that Congress take such action as will
bring about the desired end.
LIGHT-HOUSE ESTABLISHMENT.

The increase O the Light-House Establishment during the last fiscal
x
year is shown by the following tabular statement:
Increase during fiscal year 1899.
1898.
Light-houses
Light-vessels in position .*.
;
Light-vessels for relief
Electric-lighted buoys in position
Gas-lighted buoys in position
Fog signals, operated by steam, caloric, or oil engines
Fog signals, operated by clockwork
Post lights
Day or unlighted beacons
Whistling buoys in position
Bell buoys in position
Other buoys in position, including pile buoys and stakes in Fifth
district, and buoys in Alaskan waters
Steam tenders
...
Steam launches
,
Sailing tenders
Light-keepers
'
Other employees, including crews of light-vessels and tenders
Laborers in charge of post lights

Increase.

1,179
44
6
11
55
158,
209
1,739
439
70
116

1,199
46
7
11
67
160
217
1,775
. 475
70
117

20
2
1
0
12
2
8
36
36
0
I

4,707
. 31
II
2
1.339
1,226
1,356

4,712
33
II
3
1,373
1,249
1,363

5
2
0
I
34
23

The Board reports that 73 more light-houses, 2 light-vessels, and 2
light-house steam tenders will be finished and put into operation during
the current fiscal year. This will cause an increase of about 150 in the
number of light-keepers, of 16 in the number of officers, and of about
35 in the number of persons employed as the crews of these vessels.
The great prosperity of the country has caused large increase in the
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a further increase in the cost of that material into which labor largely
enters. The operations of the tariff act, under which the Government
is required to pay duties on all of its own importations and to the extent
of 45 per cent on the illuminating apparatus which is to be used in the
73 light-houses now under construction, make the construction or the
repair of light-houses cost more than formerly. These facts are brought
to the attention of Congress in connection with the reasonable estimates
of the Light-House Board for the supply and repair of light-houses during the coming fiscal year.
The estimate made by the Light-House Board for the pay of the salaries of light-keepers for the coming fiscal year is commended to the
favorable consideration of Congress. It has been difficult for the Board
to retain in its service the.men whom it has trained in the care of the
light-houses where the large revolving or flashing lights are used, .the
lenticular apparatus of which costs from $4,000 to $16,000, and where
the revolving machinery is so delicate that a crushed insect will stop
its operation. It is poor economy to place untrained or inexperienced
men in charge of such costly and complicated machinery. The demand
for skilled labor is now so great and the pay offered is so high that the
Board does not hope to retain its trained keepers, or to supply their ^
places with as good men to train, unless it can pay them properly.
The Board is prohibited by statute from paying its keepers more than
^an average of $600 per man per year. But Congress has not provided
an amount sufficient to pay light-keepers even that sum. The Board
asks in its present estimates, and gives cogent reasons for so doing in its
annual report, that it be authorized to employ not exceeding 1,600
keepers during the next fiscal year, and that an appropriation of
$800,000 be made for their payment. The Department concurs in this
request.
Attention is invited to the Board's statement that its restriction to
the employment of not more than 1,400 light-keepers during the current
fiscal year may prevent it from putting into commission the 73 lighthouses which will be erected this year.
The Light-House Establishment of this country has maintained a certain preeminence among maritime nations by reason of the excellence,
success, and even superiority, of the instruments for producing sound
which it has been using as fog signals. Its example has been so far
followed of late years that the Board feels it must use its best endeavors
if it would maintain this position. Its estimate for the expenses of fog
signals, which is based on this idea, is approved.
The light-vessels, especially on the Atlantic coast, were subjected
to great strain and damage by the terrible storms of last August.
Some of the light-vessels of the United States exhibit features unknown
to the light-vessels of other countries. Strength, however, has not lieen
subordinated to refinements in lighting or in sound signals. This.is
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moorings off Diamond Shoal and thrown on shore near Cape Hatteras,
was gotten off without the loss of life. The vessel was damaged more
in getting her off the beach than by being stranded. The estimate for
expenses of light-vessels for the coming fiscal year deserves favorable
consideration.
The western rivers have been lighted so successfully and so economically that it is believed the system should be maintained and extended.
The Department approves the Light-House Board's estimate for this
purpose.
The successful experiments made by the Board, recorded in its
annual report for 1895, in electrical communication between light-vessels, and between light-vessels and shore stations, have not been put into
practical operation because of lack of funds. The recent advance made
in wireless telegraphy by other countries and the appreciation of the
matter shown in this country induce the Department to hope that its
endeavors to institute electrical communication between stations afloat
and ashore may now receive consideration, and that the modest sum
asked for that purpose may be appropriated.
The extension of the system of buoyage on our coasts, to keep pace
^ with the increase of our commerce, has received careful attention. The
report of the Light-House Board shows that, while something more than
5,000 buoys of all kinds are maintained, additional buoys demanded
by the interests of commerce and navigation can not be supplied because,
adequate .appropriations have not been made for the purpose.
The recent rapid growth of mining industries in the Northwest has
stimulated commerce in Alaskan waters. to such an extent that hundreds of buoys should be placed as aids to their navigation. It is
hoped that Congress will concur with the Department and grant the
increased appropriation desired for the expenses of buoyage during the
next fiscal year.
The Light-House Board has endeavored to keep in store a full supply
of buoys to enable it to replace promptly any that may be swept away
or destroyed. This reserve supply has been drawn upon to such an
extent that it is now well-nigh exhausted. It is urged that Congress
make immediate provision for replenishing the reserve stock of buoys
and appurtenances.
The boards of trade, chambers of commerce, and other organized
bodies representing the vessel interests on the Pacific coast have vigorously demanded in numerous petitions that Alaskan waters be lighted
at the earliest possible day in such manner as to do something for the
safety of the immense commerce which has suddenly appeared in those
inland seas. The justness of these requests is conceded, and the LightHouse Board has now sufficient information to locate, approximately,
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recommended that the sum of $300,000, requested by the Board for this
purpose, be appropriated.
The methods now in use for maintaining existing lights on the coasts
of our newly acquired possessions can only continue, it is supposed, while
they are under military or other temporary government.. When more
permanent forms of government are instituted, the duty of maintaining
present lights and establishing others will devolve on the Light-House
Board. It is with this idea that estimates have been made by the Board
for needed appropriations whenever it shall be called upon to assume
this work.
.
LIFE-SAVING SERVICE.

In the Life-Saving Service the past year has been a notable one. The
resources of the establishment have been taxed to the utmost. That
portion of the year known as the stormy season, from October to March,
was marked by a series of disturbances of extraordinary severity. In
November, December, and February there were tempests of hurricane
proportions along the Atlantic coast, the wind blowing for days at
high velocities, in several instances upward of 70 miles an hour.
There were also especially disastrous storms in. October and November
on the Great Lakes,
The wreck reports show that the appliances for saving life have
proved their excellence on every occasion, while the courage and skill
of the keepers and crews were equal to every emergency where success
was not absolutely impossible.
The number of lives lost within the scope of the operations of the ^
Service has been equaled only once in the past twenty years. Sixtythree persons perished, of whom 44 were lost in one district—the Second,
comprising the coast of Massachusetts only—and 40 in one storm, the
memorable tempest of November 26 and 27, 1898. One-half of these
were on vessels which went to swift destruction in the night on offshore
rocks and islands, none of which were visible, and the first intimation
of disaster that was received on the mainland was derived from wreckage that came ashore in the morning.
It appears that the crews of the life-saving stations from Point Allerton to Gay Head, where the cyclone raged with great destructiveness,
were as alert and efficient as men could be, and bravely performed
their full duty on all occasions.
In marked contrast with this storm, as to results, was the blizzard of the
following February, which was also phenomenal, raging from Texas to
Massachusetts for several days (from the 8th to the 15th), and, therefore,
afforded opportunity for much shipping to reach harbors of refuge and
escape disaster. During its prevalence, however, the life-saving crews
attended on 28 disasters, involving the lives of 230 persons, not a single
one of whom was lost. The work of the station crews all along shore
from the Gulf to Cape Cod was performed under extreme difficulties,
with fidelity and daring worthy of the highest admiration.
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Equally admirable for courage and devotion, as well as skill, was the
work of the crews of the Great Lakes. During the disastrous tempests
of October and November, 1898, they were present at 28 wrecks,
involving the lives of 162 persons, of whom none was lost. Indeed,
during the entire season on the lakes, out of 263 disasters of all descriptions, only 3 persons perished.
The number of lives lost within the scope of the Service on the
Pacific coast during the entire year was 13, of whom 11 were on board
a small steamer, which capsized a mile from land and over 2 miles from
the nearest life-saving station, and perished before help could reach
them.
The aggregate loss of life in all the districts, excluding the Second,
was only 19. Adding to this number the 4 persons lost in the Second
district who were not among the victims of the hurricane of November
26 and 27, above referred to, would make a total loss of 23, which is considerably less than the average annual loss in recent years.
It is a pleasure to review thus briefly the work of the rank and file
of this beneficent Service, and to call attention to their uniformly faithful and heroic conduct.
The number of disasters to documented vessels within the scope of
the Service was 428. On board these vessels there were 3,903 persons,
of whom 56 were lost. The estimated value of the vessels was $6,072,635,
and that of the cargoes $2,032,005, making the total value of imperiled
property $8,104,640. Of this amount, $6,261,900 was saved and
$1,842,740 lost. The number of vessels totally lost was 72.
There were also 294 disasters to undocumented craft, comprising sailboats, rowboats, scows, etc., involving 671 persons, 7 of whom perished.
The value of property involved is estimated at $138,535, of which
amount $129,285 was saved and $9,250 lost. The aggregate is as
follows:
Total number of disasters
Total value of property involved
Total value of JDroperty saved
Total value of property lost
Total number of persons involved
Total number of persons lost
Total number of persons succored at stations
Total number of days' succor afforded
Number of vessels totally lost

;

722
| 8 , 243,175
$6, 391,185
$1,851,990
4, 574
63
751
1, 460
72

During the year 72 persons who were not on vessels, and, therefore, not included in the foregoing summary, were rescued from positions of danger. In most instances they would have perished but for
the aid afforded by the life-saving crews.
The crews saved, and assisted in saving, 387 vessels, valued, with
their cargoes, at $2,968,255. Of this number, 267, valued, with their
cargoes, at $925,650, were saved without outside assistance, with a loss
or damage of only $58,285. In the remaining 120 instances the life.saving crews cooperated with wrecking vessels, tugs, revenue cutters.



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and other agencies in saving property having an estimated value of
$1,909,105, of a total amount of ^$2,042,605 imperiled.
Assistance of minor importance was rendered to 586 other vessels in
distress, and there were 193 instances where vessels in danger of stranding were warned away by signals of the patrols.
At the close of the fiscal year the Service comprised 266 stations, of
which number 194 were situated on the Atlantic and Gulf coasts; 56 on
the coasts of the Great Lakes; 1 at the Falls of the Ohio, Louisville, Ky.,
and 15 on the Pacific coast.
The net expenditures for the maintenance of the Service during the
year was $1,509,831.01.
The Petersons Point Station, State of Washington, which was mentioned in the report for 1898 as coinpleted but not manned, has been
manned and put in commission. The Great Boars'Head Station, New
Hampshire, and the Sandy Point Station, Rhode Island, reported as
approaching completion, have been finished and put in commission.
The station reported under construction at Hog Island, Virginia, was
completed during the year, and so were the stations reported in 1898 as
undergoing reconstruction at Mantoloking, Mand Beach, Ship Bottom,
Little Egg, Brigantine, Pecks Beach, Corson Inlet, and Holly Beach,
New Jersey, and also one at Toms River, New Jersey, which had become
unsuitable for further use by reason of age and inadaptation to the
needs of the Service.
A station was begun at Point Bonita, California, but was not completed.
SECRET SERVICE.

A gigantic counterfeiting conspiracy, directed by men of brains and
means, which involved the reproduction of notes of the denominations
of $10, $20, $50, $100, and" $1,000, upon paper almost equal to the distinctive paper adopted by the Government, and the issue and use of a
counterfeit internal-revenue stamp for packages of 50 cigars, was
unearthed by the Secret Service. The promoters and engravers, and
plates, paper, tools, and presses were captured, and the evidence secured
was so complete that the principals had no other course than to plead
guilty. A $100 silver certificate, which was the only one of the series
placed in circulation, was so perfect that it passed the banks and subtreasuries, and was redeemed in the Treasury Department, and the
entire Government issue of $26,000,000 was called in as the only sure
method of stopping the further circulation of this dangerous' counterfeit. The detection of the bill was followed, after fourteen months of
patient investigation, by the complete exposure of a scheme involving
the circulation of $10,000,000 in fraudulent notes, which, had it been
successful, would have amounted to a calamity. Two attorneys at law
of high repute, one of them a former district attorney of the United
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one of the operatives of the Service. The integrity of the operative,
however, could not be corrupted. The attempt resulted in the indictment, trial, and conviction of both attorneys for the crimes of conspiracy
and bribery.
That the vigilance of the Secret Service affords a protection of the
highest value to our currency is a matter which admits of no possible
doubt. It is gratifying to realize that no scheme, however formidable,
for counterfeiting-the money of the country has long succeeded in
escaping detection by the officers of this Service.
STATE BONDS AND STOCKS OWNED BY THE UNITED STATES.

The following statement shows the nonpaying State bonds and stocks,
formerly in the Indian trust fund, now in the Treasury, and belonging
to the United States:
Arkansas
Florida
Louisiana
North Carolina
South Carolina
Tennessee
Virginia
Total

.'
=
:

|160, 000. 00
132,000.00
37, QOO. 00
58,000.00
125,000.00
335, 666. 66f
594,800.00
1,442,466.661

The above is a statement of the principal of such stocks and bonds,
and does not include items of interest.
A settlement has already been effected with Arkansas under the act
of Congress of August 4, 1894 (28 Stat,, 229),-as approved by the
act of April 29, 1898 (30 Stat., 367). The compromise made under
these acts included certain deductions and credits allowed for the
claims of the State against the United States. The debt of the State
was reduced thereby $633,000, leaving a balance of $160,000 due in
bonds, the principal of which is showh in the above statement, bearing
interest at 6 per cent, to be paid by the State on or before maturity,
January 1, 1900.
The indebtedness of the State of Tennessee, as included in the above
statement, is subject to such action as may be taken under che joint
resolution of Congress, approved May 12,1898 (30 Stat., pp. 742, 743),
which provides for the adjustment of the claims between the United
States and the State, with directions that any settlement or compromise
effected by virtue of the act shall be xeported to Congress for its action
and approval. Arrangements are now being made, under the act
referred to, between the representatives of the United States and the
commission appointed by the State of Tennessee, looking to a conference in the near future, the result of which will be reported to Congress.
Section 4 of the act of March 3, 1899 (30 Stat., 1358), authorizes
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the United States on account of bonds or stocks issued or guarantied
by the State to secure payment of the principal and interest of said
bonds or stocks. Under this authority, demand has been made upon
the States of Florida, Louisiana, North Carolina, South Carolina, and
Virginia for payment of the amounts due from them respectively.
With regard to the indebtedness of Virginia, it may be said that one
of the reasons heretofore advanced by the State for declining payment
is that such bonds ''were issued before the State of West Virginia wa's
formed out of the territory of Virginia, and it was a condition precedent, assented to by the United States and by West Virginia, that 'the
new State shall take upon itself a just proportion of the public debt of
the Commonwealth of Virginia prior to thefirst day of January, 1861.' "
Failing to receive appropriate responses from the States named to the
demands thus made, the Department will, in the absence of further
instructions from Congress, pass the cases to the Attorney-General of
the United States for appropriate action by his Department.
A history of these State stocks and bonds is given in House document No. 263, Fifty-fourth Congress, second session.
CENTRAL PACIFIC DEBT.

The agreement for the settlement in full of the indebtedness of the
Central Pacific Railroad Company to the United States, made under
date of February 1, 1899, between the United States, acting by the
commission appointed under act of Congress approved July 7, 1898,
the Central Pacific Railroad Company, and Messrs. Speyer & Co.,
bankers, was reported to Congress at its last session. This provided
for the execution by the Central Pacific Railroad Company of its
promissory notes for the amount of the whole indebtedness, principal and interest, to the United States growing out of the issue of
bonds in aid of the construction of the Central Pacific and Western
Pacific bond-aided railroads. Such notes were to be made payable,
respectively, on or before the expiration of each successive six months
for ten years, counting from the date of the agreement, and were to be
secured by first refunding mortgage 4 per cent gold bonds issued by
the Central Pacific Railroad Company, or its successor company having title to the railroads of that company. Such bonds were to form
part of an issue which should not exceed $100,000,000 in all.
Within the period prescribed in said agreement, the Central Pacific
Railroad Company delivered to the Treasurer of the United States its
notes as provided therein, and, before the expiration of the time limited
in said agreement therefor, Messrs. Speyer & Co. purchased at par and
accrued interest four of these notes, aggregating, at their face value,
$11,762,543.12.
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were to be delivered to the United States as secarity for these notes,
have been executed by the Central Pacific Railway Company, a corporation of the State of Utah, to which all the properties of the Central Pacific Railroad Company have been conveyed, and have been
delivered to the Treasurer of the United States to the amount prescribed in said settlement agreement. It is not doubted that the promissory notes hereafter to mature, which are still held by the United
"States and secured by the deposit of such first refunding bonds, will be
duly paid at or before their maturity. The United States, through
the settlement agreement thus entered into, will be reimbursed the fall
amount ofthe principal and interest of the Central Pacific debt, aggregating $58,812,715.48.
THE STANDARD OF MONEY.

The state of the Treasury, as shown in its proper place, exhibits a
degree of financial strength never before equaled. It places the Government in a position, more favorable than has before existed, to take any
steps Congress may consider wise toward inaugurating needful improvements in the currency or judicious modifications in the banking laws.
There are two points to which public attention has long been directed
and upon which legislative action has been earnestly desired. These
are, first, the money standard, and, second, a better adaptation of our
currency system to the requirements of expanding trade and industry.
Both of these questions are of prime importance to our well-being as a
people, and demand the consideration which their importance justifies.
Upon these two questions I feel it my duty to speak with earnestness.
First, as to the money standard. Gold now constitutes that standard.
It is now, and for many years has been, the standard by which the
values of all commodities, whether foreign or domestic, have been measured or declared. It is the standard to which reference has been had
in all contracts or undertakings involving the future payment of money.
It is the standard which tests the quality or value of the intermediate currency with which wages are paid and all, or nearly all, of the minor business affairs of the people are carried on. The debate over the relative merits of gold and silver as the true and proper money standard
has been long and exhaustive; but while the discussion has continued
the advanced nations of the earth, one after the other, with hardly
an exception, have adopted gold as the more suitable for commercial
needs. Indeed, it is vigorously asserted, and with truth, that the United
States is in this very category—that our money standard is gold—-and
with some show of reason it is argued that nothing is required other
than to ''let things alone." Such a conclusion, however, does not commend itself to the judgment of those to whom stability in the future is
not less important than good conditions in the present. More and more,
as society advances in its power over nature and in the complexity of its
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The 300-ton craft, built of wood, that once might have realized the
investment cost in a single voyage to the Indies, has been succeeded by
the 10,000-ton steamship, built for years of service. The one was the
product of a few men's hands, wrought with rude tools in a brief period
of time. The other embodies in itself every diversity of skill, and
science, and art. The one could safely venture its small investment in
the hazards of a distant trade, even though barter was the rule of the
exchanges. The other, combining in itself a vast aggregation of capital,
must enter the service of a modern commerce, where enormous volume
at lowest cost of carriage is the fundamental condition of success. The
one was under the law of high hazards, with great possibilities of profit.
The other is under the law of conservative safeguards against risk—of
small rewards and uninterrapted employment. The illustration is applicable to modern industry in all its forms. The one word most important
is stability—stability of conditions; and the most important feature to
that stability is an established money standard, and so established that
it can not be subverted or changed by any hasty or ill-considered action.
It has long been the desire and hope of many intelligent and patriotic citizens to secure needful and enduring stability in the money
standard by an international agreement in regard to gold and silver,
which would be effective to that end. The realization of that desire
and hope seems now too remote to justify present consideration; but if
those who still cherish it shall offer it in objection to the action above
proposed, it is a sufficient answer to say that stability on the gold standard is the only stability now possible to us, and if the time should
come when international agreement offers a safe and desirable substitution, the freedom of our representative form of government will give to
our people the liberty of choice.
If it be true, as true it undoubtedly is, that gold is now our standard of money values, the future needs only the assurance that it will so
continue to be, until at least the people shall be so united in their desire
for a change therein as to be able to direct the voice of both Houses of
Congress, and secure the approving signature of the Chief Executive.
The confidence that Congress will furnish this kind of a guaranty has
inspired enterprise, called capital into use, improved the condition of
labor, and given new iinpetus to all our energies. To make this favorable state of affairs permanent, the highest security should be given that
the common denominator of all calculations in value shall remain
unchanged.
It is evident that a direct and effective way to do this would be to
declare that the credit obligations of the Government itself, whether
payable on demand or at a future period, shall be paid in gold coin of
present weight and fineness ; pr it would be equally effective if, by positive law, it were made mandatory upon the Treasury Department so to
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conformity to what has already been established as the ^'policy" ofthe
Government. To the end contemplated, the Treasury should be clothed
with sufficient powers to meet all emergencies. The establishment of
an ample fund, separate and apart from the general funds, to be held
specifically as a redemption fund for demand liabilities, must be an
important incident to such legislation. The recommendations of the
President in this particular, if formulated into law, seem to be adequate.
BANKING AND CURRENCY.

In the beginning, law took no cognizance of banking. It grew into
being as, in a free condition, the arts and trades and divisions in labor
have grown. When society reached a stage where man could put confidence in man, credit was born. The producer or owner of property
became willing to pass its ownership to another, against the buyer's
promise to pay its equivalent value at a future time. Thus an enormous step forward was made. Brain and brawn, united to character,
could then gain the use of the tools of production, and with their aid
could win from the reluctant soil the value for the repayment of their
cost. Ability, borrowing capital, could create capital. Thus the accumulations of society advanced from the rule of addition to that of
multiplication. The men who desired the power which credit gave
increased in number, and under the same law which developed the
division of labor and the specialization of industry, the dealer in credit
became specialized from the dealer in goods.
The man thus distinctively separated became known as the banker.
Of necessity, he was a man of property and of acknowledged responsible
character. His obligation was effective for the exchange of goods, and
those of lesser repute or standing found it to their advantage to borrow
his credit in exchange for their own. Possessed of financial resources
of his own, represented largely in cash or money, it became natural for
him and advantageous to the community that he should pay for local
products at the point where they were produced, to take his reimburse• ment at some distant point to which they might be shipped and sold.
He further became a natural temporary repository of the idle money of
others, and this aided him to perform in a larger way his particular
function. The above describes all he did then. It describes all he
does now.
Summarized, he exchanges his effective credit for the less effective,
or elsewhere ineffective, credit of those with whom he deals. He makes
payment for goods in one place, and takes his pay in another. He
makes payment for goods purchased at distant points, and takes his
reimbursement at his home point, where they are bought and consumed. He receives deposits of money. These deposits, together with
any unused balances of credit due to others, are evidenced by proper
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the obligations thus evidenced sufficient to enable him to meet the calls
for cash from, such of his creditors as may require that form of payment. To such as could be well accommodated thereby he formerly
gave his notes of hand, convenient in size and denomination.
To this list of operations carried on by the banker nothing can be
added. It comprehends all his functions. It will be observed by the
thoughtful that in no one of these is he able to operate, except in compliance with the desires of those with whom he deals. He is powerless
to take the initiative in any of them. Whoever deals with him does it
of choice, and not in obedience to any power of coercion the banker
can exercise. Of all the members^of the^ community, he is the one the
most dependent. In the degree that he operates his function, to that
degree he becomes a debtor, with all his liabilities immediately payable.
He is under the highest bonds of self-interest to so carry himself as to
win and retain the respect and confidence of his constituents and
dealers. A failure on his part in this respect means disaster to his
business and ruin to himself. Holding claims against the community,
the value and solvency of which depend to a large degree upon continued activity and industry in trade, it is his interest to promote, as best
he can, the conditions favorable to the prosperity of the community.
It would appear, then, that the banker as a private person might be
safely left to pursue his calling without interference from the law,
because it i^ evident that his own interest, if wisely considered, will
guide him in those directions which it would be the policy of good laws
to direct him to take.
With the growth of society, the increase of capital, and the increased
demand upon the banker for the services he alone can render, the
individual became powerless to meet fully the recxuirements of a
developing situation. As in other departments of life, the strength of
the individual was increased by association with his fellows. The
delicate nature of the duties involved, together with the large responsibilities and many hazards which time and experience had shown to
exist, made these cooperating individuals reluctant to stand fully and
personally responsible.
To limit their individual risks, they sought authority from the lawmaking power to incorporate, with the limit of personal liability strictly
defined. In this respect they followed the example set by associated
efforts in many other forms of enterprise and industry. In this way
only could the full power of association be utilized. Now, when the
banker was thus given partial exemption as to responsibility, it became
the duty of the law to put proper and just limitations upon " t h e exercise of his natural prerogatives." Exempted to a degree from the perils
of ruin by the limitation of personal liability, it was right that this
exemption should be accompanied by such limitations of his powers as
the interests of the public should require. With limited responsibility,
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The justice of this will nowhere be denied. The question for examination is not whether limitations and prohibitions should be laid, but
whether they are wisely and sufficiently imposed.
The development of our legislation during the last thirty-six years,
which covers the history of the national-banking act and all amendments thereto, has thrown upon Congress a large responsibility for the
effective working of that agency known as the bank. There seems to
be, in some directions, an opinion that by the grace of government
these institutions are established as a privilege to certain persons so
favored; that they have no real occasion to be; that at best they are
parasitical plants, drawing life and nourishment from the industrial
tree to which they are attached, and to the well-being of which they
contribute nothing. If this were true, no duty could be more immediate than to repeal all laws which give them existence, and, by
one sweeping prohibitive act, forbid the exercise of their function.
Whether it was wise for the General Government to legislate at all
concerning them, it would be useless now to discuss. It is sufficient
that this has been done, and by action, permissive in certain particulars
and prohibitive in others, there have been evolved some 3,500 national
banking institutions. Like other agencies which time has developed
and made operative in the natural relations of men to each other, banks
are valuable for the service they perform for the social whole. They
are to be considered in this light alone. They ought neither to be made
recipients of public favor or bounty, nor unduly constrained in those
particulars where a proper liberty will insure to them a needful power
for useful service..
In a government where the. imperial edict can not be questioned,
explanations ep^re superfluous, but in a government of the people it is
most desirable that all the people should understand the motives of
action which govern the makers of the law, and be sufficiently wise to
comprehend the scope and range of legislative dealing, so as to approve
that which is right and condemn that which is wrong.
It is especially important that the legislator himself should have
clear conceptions of the truth, and since that great, far-reaching
influence covered by the term banking has come so largely under legislative control, it is doubly important that we understand the force
and effects of that agency, that we should know intimately how it
works in its details and comprehend the direct and reflex benefits, or
evils, of the measures which may give liberty or impose repression.
Important as is the establishing of our money standard upon a safe
and. enduring basis, important as is the guarding of the national demand
obligations by adequate reserves, these alone will still leave our financial system exposed to evils which ought to be cured. These evils arise
out of our situation as it relates to the currency.
While stability in the currency should be safely gu2LYded, flexibility—
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of this power, with proper limitations and restrictions, must be intrusted
to the bank. There is no other agency that can wisely and efficiently
execute it. In fact, the banks do exercise that power now in regard to
the larger part of that element which, rightly understood, really constitutes the currency. It is a popular delusion that the bank deals in
money. Money is an incident in its dealings—an important incident,
no doubt^-but, truly speaking, an incident only. The bank deals in
credits. For a consideration, varying according to time, place, and
circumstance, it gives to the public with whom it deals its own debt
obligations in exchange for the debt obligations of its dealers and customers. The obligations of the bank thus created are generally evidenced by a credit upon its books to the dealer, who has the right
to draw ui)on it by his checks or drafts as his convenience may be
served. The constant interchange of credits between the bank and
its dealers, with the enormous volume of checks and drafts passing
between buyer and seller constitutes in the broadest sense the currency
of the country. It is these instruments which trade uses in much the
larger part of all its operations. Money—real money, gold or silver—
plays but a small part in the multitudinous exchanges. The total
money of the country—metallic and paper—is less than two thousand
millions, while the "deposits" of the commercial banks. State and
national, aggregate more than four thousand millions.
Whence comes this excess of two thousand millons on deposit? It
represents, as, indeed, does the whole deposit fund, the unused credits
belonging to the bankers' public, temporarily at rest in the bankers'
hands. But the period of such rest is extremely short. Through the
clearing houses of the country, this great fund is each month invaded by
checks and drafts to the total of more than eight thousand millions. By
this calculation, in one-half of one month the whole deposit fund would
be .exhausted; and so it would, were it not that the recipients of these
checks themselves prefer a credit upon their bankers' books. Thus it
comes that these checks and drafts are rather instruments for the transfer of property and credit than for the realization of money. They, however, perform in our domestic commerce and trade the same function
that the dollar note of the Government, or the fractional silver coin,
performs—that is to say, they are the agency by which goods are passed
from one to another and by which trade accounts are settled. Thus
it would appear that in the department of our commercial life, where
checks and drafts and bank credits constitute the real currency, the
movement of expansion and contraction is now governed by the mutual
action of the banks and the business public.
If what is above written is true, it must be recognized that in the
larger affairs of our commercial life, the " currency " supply is, as a rule,
equal to the demand. In other words, when the operations of trade are
in their usual and regular groove, bank credits, with the accessories of
checks and drafts, furnish all the mechanism of exchange that trade



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REPORT ON THE FINANCES.

requires. With a periodical regularity, however, clearly marked, occurring year after year with the autumnal season, these instruments of
exchange are proved to be inefficient for the service then required. Then
the crops are to be harvested, the labor cost paid. The grain and the cattle
are to be marketed. The western'bankers and merchants who have
funds or credit at rest witn the bankers in the financial centers find
that checks and drafts are not suited to the purposes now in question.
The bank credit is all right per se, but the form in which that credit is
evidenced is not convenient. What they need for these uses is a form
of credit instrument easily recognized by the people, one convenient as
to denomination, and one which will pass from hand to hand without
being questioned. In short, their need is for paper money, or hard cash.
Now, subject to one limitation—that of safety to the note holder, a
qualification never to be disregarded—it is impossible for anyone to
name a good reason why the indebtedness of the banker in this field of
the exchanges should not be expressed as freely in his notes of hand
of convenient size as in one consolidated entry to the credit of his
dealer upon his books of account. It is precisely at this point that
difficulty, embarrassment, and loss are occasioned. What would be a
natural, economical, and effective operation is by the inhibitions and
restrictions of law now made impossible. In a state of freedom, the
extraordinary wants of the country at harvest time would be largely,
if not wholly, met by the conversion of bank balances, not available
for these general purposes, into bank notes or paper money. These,
performing their function, would again return when their service was
ended, to be again transformed into " balances in bank," where, through
the medium of checks and drafts, the larger commercial uses would
be the better served.
I have said that the present inhibitions and restrictions of the law
make this natural course impossible. The prohibitive tax of 10 per, cent
upon the notes of State banks and the unreasonable restrictions and conditions imposed upon national banks as a condition of note issues by them
are pointed to in justification of this statement. I can not do better, perhaps, than here to illustrate the argument by recent financial history.
I take the facts from New York records. They are the most complete and
the most instructive, although any other commercial center might be
selected for example. On August 26, last, the banks of New York held
in '/deposits"—i. ^., unliquidated debts to the public—the large amount
of $858,000,000. They held claims against the public (outstanding
loans) amounting to $756,000,000. They held in cash—that is to say,
various forms of money legal tender by law—upward of $227,000,000.
The relation of things to each other was apparently normal and satisfactory. The merchant or the manufacturer or the general dealer could
exchange his obligations with the bank for the bank's obligation to him
through a credit upon its books at the low cost of 2 J, 3, or 4 per cent per
annuni. The " r e s e r v e s " of the banks, that controlling factor which



SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.

' XCIII

finally limits their power to expand credit operations, were ample.
About this time a new influence made itself felt. Bankers and merchants living in the interior or the farther west, who owned or controlled a portion of the credit balances standing on the books of
the New York banks, needed to realize to some extent their balances in
a form of credit obligation which would be convenient for the payment
of harvest hands and the other incidentals of crop gathering.
These conditions were known to my distinguished predecessor, Secretary Windom. He was familiar by experience with affairs in the great
industrial centers, no less than he was with the needs of his own State,
famous for its agriculture, and weight should be given to this authoritative declaration, which is to be found in his annual report for the
year 1890:
In my judgment, the gravest defect in our present financial system is
its lack of elasticity, * * * The demand for money, in this country,
is so irregular that an amount of circulation which will be ample during
ten months of the year will frequently prove so deficient during the
other two months as to cause stringency and commercial disaster. * * *
The crops of the country have reached proportions so immense that
their movement to market, in August and September, annually causes
a dangerous absorption of money. The lack of a sufficient supply to
meet the increased demands during those months inay entail heavy
losses upon the agricultural as well as upon other business interests.
If the New York banks could have issued their notes in the form of
paper money, they would have furnished them, and thus discharged
the credits standing upon their books, and this would have entirely
satisfied interior and western needs. In that case there would have
been no expansion of credits. By so much as notes were issued, by so
much book credits would have been canceled. The bank statement
would have been expressed in different form, with no material change
in fact. "Deposits" would have diminished, "circulating notes" by
so much would have been increased, the total would remain the same.
The cash "reserves," remaining unaffected, would have continued to be
a sufficient guard to liabilities, and the course of the loan and discount
market would have had no shock. But, as before stated, this course
was not open. Nevertheless, the interior and western demand had to
be met in the form in which, that demand was expressed. In the
absence of alternative, resort was of necessity had to the cash reserves.
Between August 26 and October 14, twenty-three millions of this fund,
which limits and restricts the general credit operations of the banks,
were sent to perform a function which could have been as effectively
performed by bank notes of suitable denominations. Consider now the
effect this produced. As stated, $23,000,000 were sent out from the
reserves. This depletion destroyed the guard of cash required by law
for $92,000,000 of deposits. The banks were no longer able to continue
their main function, which is to give their credit in exchange for the
credit of the individual. On the contrary, it became imperative^ under



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REPORT ON THE FINANCES.

the reduced holdings of cash, in order to .bring liabilities down, to collect their claims from the public, and by this process reduce their
credit obligations (deposits) to the public.
Interest—or, more truly speaking, the bank's charge for exchanging its
credit against private credit—rose from 2i, 3, or 4 per cent to 10, 15, 25,
40 per cent. That element of the currency which bank credits furnished
was contracted within a period of nine weeks to the extent of $84,000,000.
In common parlance, deposits were reduced to that extent. Put in the
shortest form: In order to supply the interior with the use of a medium
of exchange for a few weeks, to the amount of $23,000,000, havoQ was
wrought in the regular ongoing of our commercial life.
It is pertinent to inquire whether this is the best of which we are
capable. Other countries offer us models which it may profit us to
study. Certain it is that perturbations in our finances often bring farreaching and destructive effects to trade and industry. Equally certain
it is that in other countries such perturbations do not result in similar
general disaster. It is not an agreeable task to point out defects and
weaknesses without offering effective remedies, and it is much easier to
criticise than to create. In my opinion, however, the path to better
conditions is quite plainly marked. Society, left in a state of comparative freedom, has by slow steps worked out for itself those tools and
appliances and methods best suited to its needs. The practice of banking is as natural an evolution as is the locomotive or the steamship, and
in its relation to modern industry and commerce it is hardly less
important and serviceable. . Note issuing was a development of the
natural function of a bank, that function being to make private credit
effective to commercial and industrial needs. What the bank credit
does in a large way, with the aid of checks and drafts, the bank note
does in a smaller, but equally necessary, way.
I have said that foreign systems of banking afford objects of profitable study. We need not go so far. Forty years ago, before the imperative needs of the Government repressed the natural development of
banking, there had already become established in several States banking systems filling to a high degree of perfection the services which
such institutions should render to the public. The New England system, those of Ohio, Indiana, Louisiana, and' New York—while differing from each other in many particulars and not equally effective—
were all safe and substantially adequate to public needs.
It is the general theory of our Government that the largest liberty
should be enjoyed by the people, subject only to such restraints as the
welfare and safety of the whole may require, and in the field of banking it may be affirmed that this principle should be observed.
I beg now to point out some of the general limitations and restrictions
which Congress has imposed in this department, and inquire as to their
justice, wisdom, and adeqaacy.




SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.

XCV

1. As to conditions of capitalization. The law requires a minimum
capital of $50,000 as a precedent to organization under the national-bank
act. While this would seem to be a fair and moderate limit, it is undoubtedly to6 large for the resources of small communities, where banking
facilities are much needed, and it is suggested that for places of a population of 1,000 or less the minimum be reduced to $25,000.
2. The national-bank act clearly recognizes the note-issuing function
as a proper one, but it is plain that the original conditions and limitations imposed have, under changing conditions, become substantially
prohibitive in their terms. This ought to be restudied, and as large a
liberty given as may be consistent with safety in the exercise of that
useful function.
3. The law prescribes percentages which national banks shall carry
in cash against their deposits and limits the amount of risk which the
bank shall take in loans to any one individual, firm, or corporation.
The percentage of cash reserves seems to have justified in practice the
provision of the law, but the limitations on loans have been found to
work with great inequality. The recommendations of the Comptroller
of the Currency on this point, to be found in his report to Congress last
year, merit careful consideration.
4. While limitations and restrictions exist in several directions, no
limitation has ever been given as to the ultimate liability a bank may
carry upon a given amount of capital. Upon this point the bank with
$50,000 capital stands legally as free as does the bank with $5,000,000
capital. Cash reserves are a defensible subject of legislation, because
they affect the immediate solvency of the bank. The limitation of
liability compared with capital is equally so, since the percentage of
capital and accumulated surplus affects the ability of the bank to bear
its own losses. Capital, loans, and deposits bear healthful and proper
relations to each other. Everything else being equal, the measure of
risk is determined by the extent of the loans; and for the ultimate solvency of the bank as to its deposits, the capital of the bank is the proper
guaranty. The capital should, therefore, be relative and fairly adequate
to the risks involved.
It is mainly in the lack of adequacy to public needs that our national
system is at fault. The repressive effect upon note issues destroys, or
injuriously limits, one of its very important functions. How in certain
particulars this injury results I have tried truthfully to show. In view
of the weakness and limitations which time and experience have brought
under notice, efforts have been made to modify the national-banking act.
In the House of Representatives of the last Congress, certain bills were
proposed embodying measures which I believe would be effective
toward needed reform. These measures in their general principles
are approved by the informed judgment of the most thoughtful of our
peojple. I t is to be exjpected that they will be again offered for the




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REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.

"

consideration ot the present Congress. Without indulging in specific
recommendations at this time, which if niade could be but repetitions
of, previous recommendations, I commend the subject to the thoughtful
attention of the legislative body.
L. J. GAGE, Secretary.
To the SPEAKER OF T H E H O U S E OF REPRESENTATIVES.




TABLES ACCOMPANYING THE REPORT ON THE FINANCES.

FI 99

VII







T A B L E A.—STATEMENT 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 OF T H E U N I T E D STATES J U N E 30, 1899.
Length of
loan.
OLD DEBT.
Por detailed information in regard tothe earlier loans embraced under
this head, see Finance Report for 1876.
TREASURY ]S^OTES PRIOR TO 1846.
Acts of October 12, 1837 (5 Statutes. 201); May 21, 1838 (5 Statutes,
228); March 2,1839 (5 Statutes, 323); March 31,1840 (5 Statutes, 370);
February 15,1841 (5 Statutes, 411); January 31,1842 (5 Statutes, 469);
August 31,1842 (5 Statutes, 581), and March 3,1843 (5 Statutes, 614).
TREASURY ifOTES OF 1846.
Act of J u l y 22, 1846 (9 Statutes, 39)
MEXICAN INDEMNITY.
Actof August 10, 1846 (9 Statutes, 94)
TREASURY NOTES OF 1847.
Act of January 28, 1847 (9 Statutes, 118)
TREASURY NOTES OF 1857.
Act of December 23, 1857 (11 Statutes, 257)
BOUNTY-LAND SCRIP.
Act of February 11, 1847 (9 Statutes, 125)
LOAN OF 1847.
Act of January 28, 1847 (9 Statutes, 118)
T E X A N INDEMNITY STOCK.
Act of September 9, 1850 (9 Statutes, 447)
LOAN OF 1858.
Act of J u n e 14, 1858 (11 Statutes, 365)
,
LOAN OF FEBRUARY, 1861 (1881s).
Act of February 8, 1861 (12 Statutes, 129)
TREASURY NOTES OF 1861.
Actof March 2, 1861 (12 Statutes, 178)!
,
,
OREGON W A R DEBT.
Actof March 2, 1861 (12 Statutes, 198)
aincluded in "old debt."




When redeemable.

Rate of interest.

Price
at which
sold.

On demand . . . 5 and 6 per
cent.

Amount
authorized.

Amount issued.

Amount outstanding.

Indefinite.

$151, 735. 26

1 and 2 years 1 and 2 years
from date.

SJ

lyear

1 year from
date.

TV

of 1 to 5? P a r .
per cent.

10,000, 000. 00

7, 687, 800.00

(a)

5 years

5 years from
date.

5 per cent.-. P a r .

320, 000. 00

303, 573. 92

(a)

23, 000, 000.00 b 26,122,100.00

(a)

$51,000, 000. 00 $47, 002,900. 00

of 1 to 6
per cent.

1 year
date.

from

3 to 6 per
cent.

Par.

In definite..- A t the pleas- 6 per cent.- P a r .
ure of the
Governraent.
Jan. 1,1868....
l i to 2
20 years
6 per cent... per ct.
.pre.
14 years
Jan. 1,1865... 5 per cent... Par
15 years

Jan. 1,1874...

10 or 20 years Deo. 31,1880..

5 per cent...

Av. pre.
of3xW

6 p e r c e n t . . . (Av.) 89.03

>
Pi

Indefinite.—
Indefinite

X

52, 778,900. 00

233, 075. 00

o
H
•
M

(a)
(CO)

23,000,000.00 c 28, 230, 350.00

H
Pi
950.00

10, 000, 000. 00

5, 000, 000. 00

20, 000. 00

20, 000, 000. 00

20, 000, 000.00

25,000, 000. 00

18, 415, 000. 00

>
Ul
a
pi

2, 000. 00

5, 000.00

'. 35,364, 450.00
60 days or 2
Par t o Indefinite
years a f t e r 6 per cent...
date.
ct. pre.
2, 800,000. 00
1, 090,850,00
July 1, 1881... 6 per cent... Par
20 years...
c Including conversion of Treasury notes.
b Including
60 days or 2
years.

(75

o

1 and 2 years 1 and 2 years 5§ and 6 per P a r .
cent.
from date.
lyear

(a)

2, 450. 00
2, 500. 00

o
I—»

T A B L E A.—STATEMENT OF THE OUTSTANDING PRINCIPAL OF THE P U B L I C D E B T , ETC.—Continued.
Length of
loan.

When redeemable.

Rate of interest.

Price
at which
sold.

Affcer June 30,
1881.

6 per cent.

Par.

Amount
authorized.

Amountissued,

Amount outstanding.

LOAN OF J U L Y AND AUGUST, 1861.
The act of J u l y 17, 1861 (12 Statutes, 259), authorized the issue of
$250,000,000 bonds, with interest afc not exceeding 7 per cenium per
annum, redeemable after twenty j^ears. The act of August 5,1861
(12 Statutes, 316), authorized the issue of bonds, with interest at 6
per centum per annum, payable after twenty years from date, in
exchange for 7-30 notes issued under the act of July 17, 1861.

20 years.

LOAN OF J U L Y AND AUGUST, 1861.
Continued at 3J per cent interest, and redeemable at the pleasure of Indefinite.
A t the pleasthe Government.
ure of t h e
Government.
OLD DEMAND NOTES.
Acts of July 17, 1861 (12 Statutes, 259); August 5, 1861 (12 Statutes, Indefinite.
On demand —
313); February 12, 1862 (12 Statutes, 338).
SEVEN-THIRTIES OF 1861.
Act of July 17,1861 (12 Statutes, 259)
3 years.
Aug. 19 and
- Oct. 1, 1864.
F I V E - T W E N T I E S OF 1862.
Acts of February 25, 1862 (12 Statutes, 345); March 3, 1864 (13 Stat- 5 or 20 years. M a y l , 1867..
utes, 13), and January 28, 1865 (13 Statutes, 425).
LEGAL-TENDER NOTES.
The act of February 25, 1862 (12 Statutes, 345), authorized the issue Indefinite.
On demand.
of $150,000,000 United States notes, not bearing interest, payable to
bearer at the Treasury of the United States, and of such denomiuations, not less than five dollars, as the Secretary of the Treasury
might deem expedient, $50,000,000 to be applied t o t h e redemption
of demand notes authorized by the act of J u l y 17,1861; these notes
to be a legal tender in payment of all debts, public and private,
within the United States, except duties on imports and interest on
the public debt, and to be exchangeable for 6 per cent United
States bonds. The act of July 11,1862 (12 Statutes, 532), authorized
an additional issue of $150,000,000, of such denominations as the Secretary of the Treasury might deem expedient, but no such note
should be for a fractional part pf a dollar, and not more than
$35,000,000 of a lower denomination than five dollars; these notes to
be a legal tender as before authorized. The act of March 3,1863
(12 Statutes, 710), authorized an additional issue of $150,000,000, of
such denominations, not less than one dollar, as the Secretar3^ of the
Treasury migh t prescribe; which notes were made a legal tender as
before authorized. The same act limited the time in which the




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

$29, 550. 00

^ per cent. P a r .

O

o

60, 000, 000.00 a60, 030,000.00

None .

7T5 per cent. Av. pre. Indefinite .

139, 999,750. 00

9, 400. 00
215, 850.00

6 per cent..

Av.pre.
ofyWo

515, 000, 000. 00 514, 771, 600. 00

None .

Par.

450, 000,000. 00

346, 681,016. 00

O

Treasury notes might be exchangedfor 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 resolutionof 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 received into the Treasury under any law, from any source whatever,
and shall belong to theUnited States,they shall not be retired, canceled, or destroyed, but shall be reissued and paid out again, and
kept in circulation.
TEMPORARY LOAN.
Indefinite... After 10 days' 4, 5, and 6
notice.
per cent.

Acts of February 25,1862 (12 Statutes, 346); March 17, 1862 (12 Statutes, 370); J u l y 11,1862 (12 Statutes, 532), and J u n e 30,1864 (13 Statutes, 218).

Par

150, 000, 000. 00 a716,099, 247.16

2,850. 00

a

Pi
pj

CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS.
Iyear.

1 year after 6 p e r c e n t . . . P a r . . . . .
date.

Indefinite.

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

On presentation.

17 years.

J u l y l , 1881... 6 per cent... A v . p r e .

No limit

561,753, 241.65

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

None .

Par

50, 000,000. 00 a368,720,079. 51

6,881,408.66

75,000, 000. 00

7,100. 00

LOAN OF 1863.

w

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 annura, and redeemable in notless 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, excepfc
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.

Indefinifce..

At the pleasure of the
Government.

3 | p e r cent.

pi
>
w
cl
Pi

Par

K!

, lyear..

Actof MarchS, 1863 (12 Statutes, 710)

400,000,000.00

44, 520, 000. 00

2 years after
date.

5 percent... P a r

400,000, 000. 00

166,480, 000. 00

3 years from
date.
a Including reissues.

6 per cent P a r
compound.

400,000, 000.00

266, 595,440. 00

2 years.

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

1 year after 5 per centdate.

Par

TWO-TEAR NOTE'S OF 1863.




75,000,000.00

of4i%%%.

ONE-YEAR NOTES OF 1863.
Act of March 3, 186b yll Statutes, 710)

O

3 years.

31, 585. 00

167, 330.00
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.

L e n g t h of
loan.

W h e n redeemable.

Price
R a t e of in- a t w h i c h
terest.
sold.

Amount
authorized.

A m o u n t i s s u e d . 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)
F I V E - T W E N T I E S O F 1864.
A c t of J u 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).

10 or 40 y e a r s M a r c h 1, 1874. 5 p e r c e n t . . . P a r t o 7 $200,000,000. 00 $196,118, 300. 00
per ct.
prem.

$20,050.00

400, 000, 000. 00 125, 561, 300. 00

15, 900. 00

800, 000,000. 00 a829,992, 500. 00

123,450.00

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 .
of2jW<73 years..

A u g . 15,1867)
15,1867]
J u n e 15,1868^ 1x0 p e r c e n t . A v . p r e .
J u l y 15,1868j
of2iMTj.

Pi
o
•Pi

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 . 1, 1870.

6 per cent... Av. pre.
of3t%%V

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 12,1866 (14 S t a t u t e s ,
31).
C O N S O L S O F 1867.

5 or 20 y e a r s . J u l y 1, 1870.

6 per c e n t . . . Av. pre.

Indefinite.

332,998, 950. 00

75, 050.00

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).
C O N S O L S O F 1868.

5 or 20 y e a r s . J uly 1, 1872-

6 per c e n t . . . A v . pre.
of T0§TJ.

Indefinite.

379, 618, 000.00

123,100. 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, 1873.

6 per c e n t . . . Av. pre. Indefinite.

42, 539, 350.00

O
i^
H
•K

11, 250.00

THREE-PER-CENT

nf

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 m i 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 t i m e t o t i m e 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, d i s p o s e
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 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), t o t h e e x t e n t n e c e s s a r y f o r t h e r e d e m p t i o n of f r a c t i o n a l curr 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 c e n t s of s t a n d a r d v a l u e .

Indefinite...

On d e m a n d .

3 per c e n t . . . P a r .

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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),




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75, 000,000.00 a85,155, 000. 00

5,000.00

•The act of March 3,1875^(18 Statutes, 466), directs the Secretary of the
Treasury to issue bonds ofthe character and description set out in
the act of July 14, 1870 (16 Statutes, 272), to Jaraes B. Eads, or his
legal representatives, in pa.>rraent at par of the warrants of Lhe Secretary of War for the construction of jetties and auxiliary works to
maintain a wide and deep channel between the South Pass of. the
Mississippi River and the Gulf of Mexico, unless Congress shall
have previously provided for the payment of the same by the necessary appropriation of raoney.
The act of July 14, 1870 (16 Statutes, 272), authorizes the issue of ^ 10 years
$200,000,000 at 5 per centum, principal and interest payable in coin
of the present standard value, at the pleasure of the Uuited States
Government, after ten years; these bonds to be exempt from the
payraent of all taxes or duties of the United States, as well as from
taxation in any forra by or under State, raunicipal, or local authority.
Bonds and coupons 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 thari par in coin, and
the proceeds to be applied to the rederaption of outstanding 5-20's
or to be exchanged for aaid 5-20's, par for par. Payment of these
bonds, wheu due, to be raade in order of dates and nurabers, beginning with each class last dated and numbered. Interest to cease at
the eud of three months from noticeof intention to redeem. The act
of January 20. 1871 (16 Statutes, 399). increases the amount of 5 per
cents to $500,000,000. provided the total amount of bonds issned shall
not exceed the araonnt originally authorized, and authorizes the
interest on any of these bonds to be paid quarterly.
The act of December 17, 1H73 (18 Statutes, 1), authorized the issue of
an eqnal araount of bonds of the loan of 1858, which the holders
thereof may, on or before February 1, 1874, elect to exchange for the
bouds of this loan.

M a y l , 1881... 5 per cent... P a r .

517,994,150.00

28, 250.00

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FOUR-AND-ONE-HALF-PER-CENT LOAN OF 1891. (REFUNDING.)
The act of July 14, 1870 (16 Statutes, 272), authorizes the issue of
$300,000,000 at 4^ per ceutum, payable in coin of the present standard value, at the pleasure of the United States Governraent, after
fifteen years; these bonds to be exerapt frora the payraent of all
taxes of duties of the United States, as well as from taxation in any
form 6y or under State, municipal, or local authority. Bonds and
conpons payablH at the Treasury of the United States. This act iiot
to authorize an increase of the bonded debt of the United States.
Bonds to be sold at not leas thau par in coin, and tbe proceeds to be
applied to the rederaption of outstauding 5-20 s or to be exchanged
for aaid 5-20s, par for i»ar. Payraent of these bonds, when due, to
be mado in order of dates and numbers, beginning with each class
last dated and numbered Intereat to cease at the end of three
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Sept. 1,189I..

4^ per cent.

185,000,000.00
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112,850.00

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Length of
loan.

When redeem- Rate of in- atPrice
which
able.
terest.
sold.

Amount
authorized.

Amountissued.

»—t

Amount outstanding.

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 tune 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 July 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 presented in sums of not less than fifty dollars.^

15 years.

Sept. 1,1891.

4^ per cent.

Par to
1^ per
ct. pre.

Indefinite.

$65, 000, 000. 00

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The act of July 14, 1870 (16 Statutes, 272), authorizes the issue of
$1,000,000,000 at 4 per ceutum, payable in coin of the present standard
value, at the pleasure of the United States Government, after thirty
. years; these bonds 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 and coupons
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 jiar 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. Paymentof these bonds, when due. to be made in
order of dates and numbers, beginning with each class last dated and
nurabered. Interest to cease at the end of three months from notice
of intention to redeem. See Refunding Certificates, page cvi,

30 years.

J u l y l , 1907..-. 4per cent... P a r t e
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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 surplus revenues from tirae to time in the
Treasury not otherwise appropriated, and to issue, sell, dispose of,
at not less than par, in coin, either of 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
coiu, at the office of the assistant treasurer of the United States in
. Now York, the outstanding United States legal-tender notes when
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30 years.

July 1, 1907... 4 percent... P a r . . .

Indefinite.

30, 500, 000.00

CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT.
The act of J u n e 8. 1872 (17 Statutes, 336), authorizes the deposit of Indefinite.
United Statesnotes without interestby bankingassociations in sums
not less than $10,000 and the issue of certificates therefor in denominations of not less than $5,000; which certificates shall be payable
on demand in United States notes, at the place where the deposits
were made. I t provides t h a t t h e notes so deposited in the Treasury
shall not be counted as a part of the legal reserve, but that the certificates issued therefor may be held and counted by the national
banks as part of their legal reserve, and may be accepted in the settlement of clearing-house balances afc the place where the deposits
therefor were made, and that the United States notes for which such
certificates were issued, or other United States notes of like amount,
shall be held as special deposits in the Treasury, and used only for
the redemption of such certificates. ^

On demand

None .

Par.

No limit

64,780,000.00

21, 325, 000. 00

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GOLD CERTIFICATES.
The act of March 3,1863 (12 Statutes, 711), authorizes the Secretary of
the Treasury to receive deposits of-gold coin and bullion in sums of
not less than twenty dollars, and to issue certificates therefor in
denominations of not less than twenty doLars each; the coin and
bullion deposited for or representing the certificates to be retained
in the Treasury for the payment of the same on demand. The certificates so issued to be received at par in paymentof intereston the
Eublic debt and for duties on imports. The act of J u l y 12,1882 (22
tatutes, 165), provides that the Secretary of the Treasury shall
suspend the issue of gold certificates whenever the amount of gold
coin and gold bullion in the Treasury reserved forthe redemption of
United States notes falls below one hundred millions of dollars.

Indefinite... On demand

None .

Par.

Indefinite

34,297,819.00




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SILVER CERTIFICATES.
The act of February 28,1878 (20 Statutes, 26, sec. 3), provides that any
holder of the coin authorized by this act may deposit the same with
the Treasurer or any assistant treasurer of the United States in
sums not less than ten dollars and receive therefor certiticates of
notlessthan ten dollars each, corresponding with the denominations
of the United States notes. The coin deposited for or representing
the certificates shall be retained in the Treasury for the payment of
the same on demand. Said certificates shall bereceivablefor customs,
taxes, and all public dues, and, when so received, may be reissued.
The acfc of August 4, 1886 (24 Statutes, 227), authorizes the issue
of silver certificates in denominations of one, two, and five dollars;
said certificates to be receivable, redeemable, and payable in like
manner and for like purposes as is provided for by the act of February 28, 1878.
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Indefinite..

On demand...

None .

Par.

No limit

406, 085, 504.00

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T A B L E A.—STATEMENT OF 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.
Price
atwhich
sold.

Length of
loan.

When redeemable.

Rate of interest.

Indefinite..

Convertible in
to 4 per cent
bonds.

4 per cent... P a r .

Amount
authorized.

Amountissued,

<1
Amount outstanding.

REFUNDING CERTIFICATES.
Theactof February 26.1879 (20 Statutes. 321), authorizes the Secretary
ofthe Treasury to issue, in exchange for lawful money of the United
States, certiticates of deposit ot the denomination of ten dollars,
bearing iuterest at the rate of four per centum per aunura, 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 late
not less than five per centum in the mode prescribed by said act.

No limit.

$40,012,750.00

$37,830.00 >

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FUNDED LOAN OF 1881, CONTINUED AT T H R E E A N D ONEH A L F P E R CENT.
These bonds were issued in exchange for five per cent bonds of the
funded loan of 1881, by rautual agreeraeut between the Secretary of
the Treasury and the holders, and were made redeemable at the
pleasure of the Government.

Indefinite... A t pleasure of
the Government.

t per cent.

650.00

Par.

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FUNDED LOAN OF 1891. CONTINUED AT TWO P E R CENT.
These bonds were issued in exchange for the four and one-half per
cent funded loan of 1891, by mutual agreement between the Secretary ofthe Treasury and the holders, and weremade redeemable at
the pleasure of the Government.

At pleasure of
the Govemment.

2 per c e n t . . . P a r .

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 Treasury and the holders, and weremade redeemable at the pleasure of
the Government.
LOAN OF 1904.

Indefinite... At pleasure of
the Government.

3 per c e n t . . . P a r .

The act of January 14,1875 (18 Statutes, 296), authorizes the Secretary of the Treasury to use any surplus revenues from timeto time
iu "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 Uuited States described in the act of July 14,1870 (16
Statutes, 272), for the purpose of redeeraing, on and after January
1, 1879, in coin, at the oftice of the assistant treasurer of the
United States in New York, the outstanding United States legaltender notes when presented ih sums of not less than fifty dollars.

10 years.,

5 per cent...

Indefinite.-

25,364,500.00

25, 3e4,500.00
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117.223
117.077

200.00

100,000, 000.00

100,000,000.00

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LOAN OF 1925.
The act of January 14,1875 (18 Statutes. 296), authorizes the Secretary 30 years.
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
ofthe United States described in the actof July 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 presented in sums of not less than fifty dollars.

Feb. 1,1925..

4 per cent.

162, 315, 400.00

162,315,400. 00

After Aug. 1,
1908.

3 per cent..

198,678,720.00

198, 678,720.00

TEN-TWENTY LOAN OF 1898.
The act of J u n e 13,1898 (30 Statutes, 467, sec. 33), authorizes the Sec- 10 years
retary of the Treasury to borrow on the credit of the United States,
from time to time, as the proceeds may be required, to defray expenditures authorized on account ofthe war with Spain (such proceeds when received to be used only for the purpose of meeting
such expenditures), the sum of four hundred million dollars, or so
much thereof as may be necessary, and to prepare and issue therefor coupon or registered bonds of theUnited States in such form as
he may prescribe, and in denominations of twenty dollars or some
multiple of that sum. redeemable in coin at the pleasure of the
Ilnited States after ten years from the date of their issue, and pay .
al3le twenty years from such date, and bearing interest payable
quarterly in com at th0 rate of three per centum per annum"; the
bonds so issued to be exempt from all taxes or duties ofthe United
States, as well as from taxation in any form by or under State,
municipal, or local authority.

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TREASURY NOTES OF 1890.
Theact of July 14,1890 (26 Statutes, 289), directs the Secretary of the
Treasury to purchase, from time to tirae, silver bullion to the aggregate araount of four million five hundred thousand ounces, or so
much thereof as may be offered, in each month, at the market price
thereof, not exceeding one dollar for three hundred and seventyone and twenty-five hundredths grains of pure silver, and to issue in
payment for such purchases ofsilver bullion Treasury notes ofthe
United States, to be prepared by the Secretary of the Treasury, in
such form and of such denominations, nofc less than one dollar nor
more than one thousand dollars, as he may prescribe. That said
notes shall be redeemable on demand, in coin, at the Treasury of
the UnitedStates, or at the office of any assistant treasurer of the
United States, and when so redeemed may be reissued; but no
greateror less amount of such notes shall be outstanding at any
time than the cost of the silver bullion and the standard silver dollars coiued therefrom then held in the Treasury, purchased by such
notes; aud such Treasnry notes shall be a legal tender in payment
of all debts, public and private, except where otherwise expressly
stipulated in the contract, and shall bereceivablefor customs, taxes




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Length of
. loan.

When redeemable.

Rate of interest.

Price
at which
sold.

Amount
authorized.

Amountissued.

Amount outstanding.

TREASURY NOTES OF 1890—Continued.
and all public dues, and when so received may be reissued; and
such notes, wlien held by any national banking association, may
be counted as a p a r t of its lawful reserves That upon demand of
the holder of any of the Treasury notes provided for, the Secretary
of the Treasury shall redeem the same in gold or silver coin, at his
discretion, it being the established policy of the United States to
maintain the two metals on a parity with each other upon thepresent legal ratio, or such ratio as may be provided by law.

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NATIONAL-BANK NOTES (REDEMPTION ACCOUNT).
The act of July 14, 1890 (26 Statutes, 289), provides that balances
standing with the Treasurer ofthe United States to the respective
credits of national banks for deposits made to redeem the circulating notes of such banks, and all deposits thereafter received for
like purpose, shall be covered into the Treasury as a miscellaneous
receipt, and the Treasurer of the United States shall redeem from
the general cash in the Treasury the circulating notes of said banks
whichmay come into his possession subject to redemption, * * *
and the balance remaining of the deposits so covered shall, at the
close of each month, be reported on the monthly public debt statement as debt ofthe United States bearing no interest.




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

1843, INCLUSIVE, AND ON THE IST OF JULY OF EACH Y E A R FROM 1843 TO 1899,
INCLUSIVE.

Year.
Jan. 1,1791.
17921
1793.
1794.
1795.
1796.
1797.
1798.
1799.
1800.
1801.
1802.
1803.
1804.
18051806.
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.

Year.

$75, 463,476.52 July 1,1843.
77, 227, 924.66
1844.
80, 358, 634. 04
1845.
78, 427, 404. 77
1846.
•80, 747, 587. 39
1847.
83, 762,172. 07
1848.
82, 064, 479.33
1849.
79, 228, 529.12
1850.
78. 408, 669.77
1851.
82, 976, 294. 35
1852.
83, 038, 050.80
1853.
80, 712, 632. 25
1854.
77, 054, 686.40
1855.
86, 427,120. 88
1856.
82, 312,150. 50
1857.
75, 723, 270. 66
1858.
69, 218, 398. 64
1859.
65, 196, 317.97
I860.
57, 023,192. 09
1861.
53, 173, 217. 52
1862.
48, 005, 587. 76
1863.
45, 209, 737. 90
1864.
55, 962, 827.57
1865.
81, 487, 846. 24
1866.
99, 833,660.15
1867.
127, 334, 933. 74
1868.
123, 491, 965.16
1869.
103, 466, 633. 83
1870.
95, 529, 648.28
1871.
91, 015, 566.15
1872.
89, 987, 427. 66
1873.
93, 546, 676. 98
1874.
90, 875, 877.28
1875.
90, 269, 777. 77
1876.
83, 788, 432.71
• 1877.
81, 054, 059. 99
1878.
73, 987, 357. 20
1879.
67, 475, 043. 87
1880.
58, 421, 413. 67
1881.
48, 565,406.50
188^,
39, 123,191. 68
• 1883.
24, 322, 235.18
1884.
7, 001, 698.83
1885.
4, 760, 082.08
1886;
1887.
33, 733. 05
1888.
37,513.05
1889.
336, 957.83
1890.
308,124.07
1891,
434, 221.14
1892,
573, 343. 82
1893.
250,875. 54
1894
594,480. 73
1895,
201, 226. 27
1896
1897.
1898
1899,

$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
31, 932,537. 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
119, 772,138.63
815, 784,370. 57
680, 647,869. 74
773, 236,173.69
678,126, 103.87
611,687. 851.19
588, 452,213.94
480, 672,427.81
353, 211,332. 32
253,251, 328.78
234,482, 993. 20
251,690. 468.43
232,284, 531. 95
180, 395,067.15
205, 301,392.10
256, 205,892.53
349, 567,482. 04
120,415, 370.63
069, 013,569. 58
918, 312,994.03
884,171, 728.07
830, 528,923.57
876, 424,275.14
756, 445,205.78
688, 229,591. 63
705, 992,320.58
640, 673,340. 23
585, 821,048.73
560, 4.72,
784. 61
628, 840,151.63
598, 111,156.13
668, 757,127.68
701, 033,661. 25
787,990, 491. 40
832, 074,708.90
798, 066,921. 90
987, 994,427.92

a l n 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 Sfcates notes was on special deposit in the Treasury for their redemption and added
to the cash balancein the Treasury. These cerfcificates, 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.
6 Exclusive of gold, silver, currency certificates, and Treasury notes of 1890 held in the Treasurer's
cash, and including $3,307,320 bonds i"ssued to the several Pacific railroads not yet redeemed.




TABLE C — A N A L Y S I S OF

3 per cents.

Year.
1856 J u l y 1
1857 1858
1859
I860
1861
1862
1863
1864
1865
1865—August 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
1897
1898
1899

T H E P R I N C I P A L O F THE
3^ p e r c e n t s .

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...

198, 678, 720. 00

4 per cents.

4^ p e r c e n t s .

$57, 926,116. 57
305, 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

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$64, 000, 000. 00
66.125, 000. 00
59, 550, 000. 00
45, 885, 000. 00
24, 665, 000.00
14, 000, 000.00
14, 000, 000. 00
14, 000, 000. 00
14, 000, 000.00
14, UOO, 000. 00
14, 000, UOO. 00
14, 000, 000. 00
14, 000, 000.00
14, 000, 000. 00
14, 000, 000. 00
318, 204, 350. 00
238, 612, 150. 00
208,190, 500. 00
158, 046, 600. 00
33, 716, 500. 00
14, 000, 000. 00
14, 000, 000. 00
14,000,000,00

P U B L I C D E B T O F T H E U N I T E D STATES

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

678, 000.
678, 000.
678, 000.
678, 000.
678, 000.

5 per cents.

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$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, 028, 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

-

00
00
00
00
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
076, 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
722, 000. 630. 00
722, 002, 970. 00
722, 005, 530.00

$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
a 25, 364, 500. 00
a 25, 364, 500. 00
a 25, 364, 500. 00
a 25, 364, 500. 00
a 25, 364, 500. 00
a 25, 364, 500.00
a 25, 364, 500. 00
a 25, 364, 500. 00

a Contiuued at 2 per cent.

FROM J U L Y

1,

6 per cents.
• $28,130, 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, OSO. 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
8.54,621,850.00
738, 619, 000. 00
283, 681, 350.00
235, 780, 400. 00
196,378, 600. 00

1856,

TO

JULY

7x% 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

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50, 000, 000.00
100, 000, 000.00
100, 000, 000. 00
IOO, 000,000. 00
100, 000, 000. 00
100,000,000.00

1, 1899.
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
1,359,930,763.50
2, 221,311, 918.29
2, 381, 530, 294.96
2,332,331,207.60
2,248, 067, 387. 66
2,202,088, 727. 69
2,162,060, 522. 39
2, 046,455, 722. 39
1,934, 696, 750. 00
1,814,794,100.00
1,710,483,950. 00
1, 738,930,- 750.00
1,722, 676, 300.00
1, 710, 685, 450. 00
I, 711, 888, 500. 00
I, 794,735, 650. 00
I, 797, 643,700. 00
1,723,993,100.00
1, 639, 567, 750.00
1,463, 810, 400. 00
1,338,229,150.00
1, 226, 563, 850.00
1,196,150, 950. 00
1 146,014,100.00
1,021, 692, 350.00
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
847, 3G5,130. 00
847 367,470.00
1, 046, 048,750.00

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Debt on which interest
has ceased.

1856—July 1
1857
1858
1859.....
1860
1861
1862
1863
1864
1865
1 8 6 5 — A u g u s t 31.
1866—July 1
1867
1868
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.
1897.
1898.
1899.,

Debt bearing no
interest.

776.13
238, 872.92
211, 042.92
206, 099. 77
201, 449. 77
199, 999. 77
280, 195. 21
591, 390. 00
473, 048.16
411, 767,456.00
416, 335. 86
455, 437, 271. 21
1, 245,771.20
458, 090.180.25
461, 616, 311. 51
1,503, 020.09
439, 969, 874. 04
935, 092.05
428, 218,101. 20
I, 840,615.01
408, 401, 782.61
1,197, 340. 89
421, 131, 510.55
5, 260,181. 00
430, 508, 064.42
3,708, 641. 00
416, 565, 680.06
1, 948,902.26
430, 530,431. 52
7,926, 797. 26
472, 069, 332.94
51,929, 710. 26
509, 543,128.17
3, 216,590.26
498, 182, 411. 69
II, 425,820. 26
465, 807,196. 89
3,902, 420. 26
860. 26
476, 764, 03L84
16, 648,
455, 875, 682.27
5, 594,560. 26
410, 835,741.78
37,015, 630. 26
388. 800, 815. 37
7,621,°455. 26
865.26
422, 721, 954. 32
6, 723,
438, 241, 788.77
16, 260,805. 26
538, 111,162.81
7, 831.415. 26
584, 308, 868. 31
19, 656,205. 26
995. 26
663, 712, 927.88
4,100,
619, 344,468.52
9,704, 445. 26
629, 795, 077. 37
6,115, 165.26
739, 840, 389.32
2, 496,095. 26
787, 287. 446.97
1,911, 485.26
825, 011,289.47
1,815, 805. 26
705.26
933, 852, 766. 35
1, 614,
2,785, 875. 26 1, 000,648, 939. 37
060.26
958, 854, 525. 87
2,094,
995, 360, 506. 42
1, 851,240. 26
958, 197, 332. 99
I, 721,590. 26
920, 839,543.14
I, 636,890. 26
880. 26
968. 960,655. 64
I, 346,
947, 901,845.64
1, 262,680. 26
300.26
944, 660, 256. 66
1,218,

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. 63
1, 815,784, 370.57
2, 680,647, 869. 74
2,844, 649, 626.56
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, 531. 95
2,180, 395, 067.15
2,205, 301,392.10
2, 256,205,892. 53
2,245, 495, 072. 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
1,863, 964, 873.14
1, 775,063, 012.78
1, 657,602, 592. 63
1, 692,858, 984.58
I, 619,052,922. 23
1, 552,140, 204. 73
1, 545,996, 591. 61
1, 588,464,144.63
I, 545,985, 686.13
I, 632,253, 636. 68
1, 676,120,983.25
1, 769,840, 323.40
1, 817,672, 665.90
1, 796,531,995. 90
1,991, 927, 306. 92

Cash in the Treasury
July 1.

$21,006, 584.89
18,701, 210. 09
7, Oil,689. 31
5,091, 603. 69
4,877, 885.87
2,862, 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
169, 974,892.18
130, 834,437. 96
155, 680,340.85
149, 502,471. 60
106, 217,263. 65
103, 470,798.43
129, 020,932.45
147, 541,314. 74
142, 243,361.82
119, 4G9,720.70
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, 389,802. 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, 543,069. 70
831,016, 579. 76
769, 446,503. 76
836, 607,071. 73

Total debt less cash i
Treasury.

965,953. 01
9, 998, 621.76
37, 900,191.72
53, 405, 234.19
59, 964,402. 01
87, 718, 660.80
505, 312, 752.17
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, 75L78
841, 526, 463. 60
969. 475.75
313, 380.55
901, 672, 966.74
955, 297. 253. 70
656. 086.14
1,027, 085, 492.14
1,155, 320, 235.19

Annual interest charge.

$1, 809,445.70
1, 672,767.53
2,446, 670.28
3,126, 166.28
3,443, 687.29
5, 092,630.43
22, 048,509. 59.
41, 854,148. 01
78,853, 487.24
137, 742,617.43
150, 977,697.87
146,068, 196.29
138, 892,451. 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
93,100, 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
34, 387.265. 60
34, 387,315. 20
34, 387,408. 80
40, 347.872.80

N O T E 1.—Annual interest charge computed on amount of outstandins; principal at close of fiscal year, and is exclusive of interest charge on Pacific railway bonds.
N O T E 2.—The figures for July 1, 1879, were made up assuming p nding funding operations to have been completed.
NOTE 3.—The temporary loan per act of July 11, 1S62, is included in the 4 per cents from 1862 to 1868, inclusive, with the exception of the amount outstanding August 31, 1865, this being the date at which the public debt reached
its highest point. Thisloan 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 iuterest on an average for the year.




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CXII

FINANCES.

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 L O A N S AND TREASURY
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,
1899.

Issues.

Bedemptions.

T r e a s u r y n o t e s , a c t F e b . 4,1815
$10.00
Old d e m a n d n o t e s , a c t s of J u l y 17,
1861 A u g . 5.1864, a n d P e b . 12,1862.
150.00
L o a n of J u l y a n d A u g . , 1861, a c t s of
J u l y 17 a n d A u g . 5, 1861
2, 300. 00
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 h d J u l y 11, 1862. J a u . 7 a n d M a r .
$88, 404, 000. 00
3,1863
88, 404, 000.00
Gold certificates, acta of M a r . 3,1863.
a n d J u l y 12,1882
3,122, 330. 00
O n e - y e a r n o t e s of 1863, a c t of M a r . 3,
30.00
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
590. 00
M a r . 3,1863, a n d J u n e 30,1864
L o a n of 1863, a c t of M a r . 3,1863
500. 00
S e v e n - t b i r t i e s of 1861, a c t of J u l y 17,
1861
50.00
S e v e n - t b i r t i e s of 1864 a n d 1865. a c t s
of J u n e 30,1864, a n d M a r . 3,1865
50.00
Consols of 1868, a c t of M a r . 3,1865
5, 200.00
Consols of 1805, a c t 'of M a r . 3,1865
SOO.00
Consols of 1867, a c t of M a r . 3,1865
10, 600. 00
F u n d e d loan of 1881, a c t s df J u l y 14,
1870, J a n . 20,1871, a n d J a u . 14,1875..
I, 100.00
Certificates of d e p o s i t , a c t of J u n e 8,
1872....
30, 840, 000. 00 36,120 000. 00
F u n d e d l o a n of 1881, a c t s of J u l y 14,
1870, J a u . 20.187L a n d J a n . 14.1875,
continuecl
500.00
S i l v e r certificates, a c t o f F e b . 28,1878. 151, 360, 000. 00 143,831, 000. 00
E e f u n d i n g certificates, a c t o f F e b . 26,
1879
3. 690. 00
L o a n of 1882. a c t of J u l y 12.1882
5, 100. 00
F r a c t i o n a l c u r r e n c y , a c t s cf J u l y 17,
1862, M a r . 3.1863, a n d J u n e 30.1864.
3, 343. 48
F u n d e d loan 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..
17, 550. 00
F u n d e d loan of 1907, a c t s J u l y 14,
1870, J a n . 20,1871, a n d J an 14,1875..
6, 250. 00
T e n - t w e n t i e s of 1898, a c t of J u n e 13,
.1898
199,194, 960. 00
516, 240. 00
T r e a s u r y n o t e s of 1890, a c t o f J u l y 14,
1890
30, 712, 000. 00
38,401, 000.00
K 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 ,
a c t J u l y 14,1890
21, 973, 510. 00
16, 649, 275.50
B o n d s i s s u e d t o Pacific r a i l r o a d s ,
ac+s J u l y 1,1862, a n d J u l y 2 , 1 8 6 4 . . .
14, 054, 560. 00
Total.

522, 490, 720. 00

341,149,9

E x c e s s of
issues.

E x c e s s of
redemptions.
$10. 00
150. 00
2, 300. 00

3,122, 330. 00
30.00
590. 00
500. 00
50.00
50.00
5,200. 00
, 800.00
10, 600. 00
1,100. 00
5,280,000.00
500. 00
$7, 529, 000. 00
3, 690. 00
5,100. 00
3, 343.48
17, 550. 00
6, 250. 00
198, 678, 720. 00
7, 689, 000.00
5, 324, 234. 50
14, 054, 560. 00
211, 538, 204. 50

30,197, 453.48

E x c e s s of r e d e m p t i o n s .
E x c e s s of i s s u e s

30,197, 453. 48
211, 538, 204. 50

ITet e x c e s s of i s s u e s c b a r g e d in receipts and expenditures

181, 340, 7.51. 02




T A B L E E . - -STATEMENT 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 FROM I T S INSTITUTION I N M A Y , 1869, TO AND INCLUDING J U N E 30, 1899.

$1, 874,822. 84
81, 725. 00
1, 212. 946.45
539, 969.00
534, 736. 80
5,467, 208.08
354, 442. 50

$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

$8, 825.40
481. 37
9, 039.58
I, 966. 46
13,400.96
25,507. 65
976. 02

8, 691, 000.00

1, 374, 850. 67 10, 065,850. 67

7, 261, 437. 30

196, 590. 00

136,392.56

60,197.44

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

493, 479. 42
4,035, 529.42
15, 742. 87
IOO, 742. 87
506,189.91
4,477, 589.91
361,735.43
3,151, 985. 43
1, 454, 778. 37 12, 986,928. 37
861, 763. 73
6, 744, 313.73
53,363. 95
401, 863. 95

3,263,099.51
75, 658. 54
3,647, 628. 29
2, 606, 636. 20
10, 080, 736. 97
5, 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

28,151, 900.00

3, 747, 053. 68 31, 898,953. 68 25, 893,143. 57

1, 254, 897.00

351, 003. 54

903,893. 46

145,975. 00
1,240. 00
201, 375.00
331, 933. 50
522,117.00
351, 528.00
3, 096. 00

36, 657. 80
«888. 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

1, 557, 264. 50

367, 782. 53

1,189, 481. 97

427, 849. 00
8, 894. 00
246, 001. 50
246, 562.00
707,334.00
417, 534. 00
5,151.00

75,179.43
1,338. 70
57, 449. 80
37, 817. 37
149,248. 21
108,487. 92
1, 386. 95

352, 669. 57
7, 555. 30
188, 551. 70
208, 744. 63
558, 085. 79
309, 046. 08
3,764.05

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J U N E 30, 1869.
Five-twenties of 1862
<i Five-twenties of March, 1864.
y Five-twenties of June, 1864
M Five-twenties of 1865
Consols, 1865
Consols, 1867
".
Consols, 1868
Total
Five-twenties
Five-twenties
Five-twenties
Five-twenties
Consols, 1865
Consols, 1867
Consols, 1868

Balance of
interest due at
closeof
fiscal year.

Net cost
estimated in
gold.

Premium paid.

Accrued
interest paid
in coin.

FISCAL

Net cost in
currency.

Principal redeemed.

Year ended-

Interest due
at close of fiscal year.

DURING EACH

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J U N E 30, 1870.
of
of
of
of

1862
March, 1864
June, 1864
1865

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Total.

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

$253, 822.84
11, 725. 00
161,946.45
74, 969. 00
73, 736.80
749, 208. 08
49, 442. 50

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J U N E 30, 1871.
Five-twenties
Five-twenties
Five-twenties
Five-twenties
Consols, 1865
Consols, 1867
Consols, 1868

of
of
of
of

1862
March, 1864
June, 1864
1865

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

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

29, 936, 250.00

Total.

2, 542, 631. 20 32,478, 881. 20

6,417,850.00
127, 100. 00
3,604, 650.00
3, 635, 200.00
II, 788, 900. 00
6, 958, 900.00
85, 850.00

764, 055.21
14,959. 03
438, 656.16
436,838.70
1, 436, 989.46
833, 600.15
9, 951. 63

1,181, 905. 21
142, 059. 03
4,043, 306.16
4, 072,038.70
13, 225, 889.46
7, 792, 500.15
95, 801. 63

6, 345, 391. 98
126,123.46
3,573, 223. 63
3,594.747.85
II, 660, 785. 89
6, 863, 777. 39'
84, 595. 02

32, 618,450. 00

3, 935, 050.34

36, 553, 500.34

32, 248,645.22

28, 694, 017.'

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J U N E 30, 1872.
Five-twenties
Five-twenties
Five-twenties
Five-twenties
Consols, 1865
Consols, 1867
Consols, 1868

of
of
of
of

1862
March, 1864
June, 1864
1865

Total.




2, 059, 325. 50

430, 908.38

1, 628,417.12

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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 R E D E M P T I O N O F B O N D S ON ACCOUNT OF T H E S I N K I N G F U N D ,

Interest due
a t c l o s e o f fiscal y e a r .

ETC.—Continued.
B a l a u c e of
interest due a t
close of
fiscal y e a r .

N e t cost i n
currency.

N e t cost
estimated in
gold.

$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, 9.35; 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
6i6, 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

3, 671, 258.17

32, 349, 258.17

28, 457, 562. 83

1,725,881.50

392. 385.45

1, 333, 496. 05

1, 421, 700. 00
2, 020, 550. 00
1, 247, 250.00
3, 393, 650. 00
4, 051, 000. 00
802, 300. 00

161,219.79
218, 457. 39
135, 577. 95
360, 964. 62
432, 348.18
86, 505. 62

1, 582, 919. 79
2, 239, 007.39
1, 382, 827. 95
3, 754, 614. 62
4, 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

1,395,073.55 . 14,331,523.55

12, 872, 850. 74

823, 082. 00

222,586.28

600,495. 72

. P r i n c i p a l redeemed.

Y e a r ended—

Premium paid.

$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

Accrued
i n t e r e s t paid
in coin.

J U N E 30, 1873.
Five-twenties
Five-twenties
Five-twen ties
Five-twenties
Consols, 1865
Consols, 1867
Consols, 1868

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

,•

.

Total

•

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J U N E 30, 1874.
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 1865
..
Consuls, 1865
Consols, 1867
Consols, 1868
•.
Total

12, 936, 450. 00

/

J U N E 30, 1875.
F i v e - t w e n t i e s of 1862

25,170, 400. 00

25,170, 400.00

541, 973. 50

353, 061. 56

188, 911. 94

J U N E 30, 1876.
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 1865

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. 50

54, 745. 72
171,966.33
30,805.86

350,218.28
588, 905. 67
94,'441. 64

18, 444, 050. 00

18, 444, 050. 00

1, 291, 083. 50

257, 517. 91

1, 033, 565. 59

00
00
00
00
00

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

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

1,181. 67
1,323.60
3,141. 08
108. 97
2L20

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

Total."

•
J U N E 30, 1877.

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 1865
Consols, 1865
Consols, 1867
,..
.
.
Total




81,
178,
180,
6,
1,

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900.
350.
050.
000.

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J U N E 30, 1878.
Five-twenties of 1862
Five-twenties of June, 1864
Five-twenties of 1865
Consols, 1865
Consols, 1867
Consols, 1868

17, 900. 00
15, 900. 00
2, 350.00
23, 600. 00
5,700. CO
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
1,416.00
342. 00
510. 00

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

Total

73, 950. 00

4,197. 00

809. 92

3, 387. 08

2, 650.00
3,150. 00
1, 850. 00
1, 700. 00
9, 050. 00
100. 00

2, 650. 00
3,150. 00
I, 850. 00
1,700.00
9, 050. 00
100.00

165. 75
94.50
85.50
102. 00
543. 00
6.00

40. 35
18.53
41.22
41.49
166. 62
.56

125 40
75 97
44 28
60 51
376. 38
5 44

18, 500. 00

•

18, 500. 00

996. 75

'308.77

687.98

-

J U N E 30, 1879.
Five-twenties of 1862
Five-twenties of June, 1864
Five-twenties of 1865
Consols, 1865 . . . S
Consols, 1867
Consols, 1868
Total

-

100.00
100.00
250. 00
676, 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
73, 652, 900. 00

Total

• $74,161.95
1, 376, 085. 04
549, 035.18
8, 273. 02
662,206. 97
125," 558. 26

100.00
100. 00
250. 00
676,050.00
2,911,161.95
33,440, 335. 04
13, 346,185.18
~ 210,823.02
24, 237, 656.97
1, 625, 558. 26

4.00
4.00
14.50
28,168. 75
85,110. 00
1,165,807.50
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
10,191, 74

3 33
3.51
8 65
15, 296.10
37, 569.80
647, 658. 61
271,568 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

Total




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J U N E 30, 1881.
Five-twenties of 1862
Five-twenties of June, 1864
Five-twenties of 1865
'.
Loan of February, 1861
Loan of July and August, 1861
Loan of March, 1863
Oregon wardebt
Funded loan of 1881

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JUN.E 30, 1880.
Five-twenties of 1862
Five-twenties of June, 1864
Five-twenties of 1865
Ten-forties of 1864
Loan of February, 1861
Loan of July and August, 1861
Loan of March, 1863
Oregon war debt
Funded loan of 1881
Funded loan of 1907

u

3, 000. 00
50.00
100.00
7, 775, 000. 00
16, 712, 450. 00
7, 057,100. 00
54, 250. 00
42, 769,400. 00
74, 371, 350. 00

51, 277. 58
488,876.11
199, 514. 62
1, 408. 65
320,171. 82
1, 061, 248. 78

3, 000. 00
50.00
100.00
7, 826, 277. 58
17, 201, 326.11
7, 256, 614. 62
55, 658. 65
43, 089, 571.82

210. 00
3.50
7.00
462, 390. 00
1,002,747.00
361,315.50
2, 584. 50
1,106,474.15

. 80. 22
.25
1.74
160, 072. 88
200, 043.95
83, 330.51
551.11
263, 342.94

129. 78
3.25
5 26
302, 317.12
802, 703. 05
277, 984. 99
2, 033.39
843,130. 21

75, 432, 598.78

2, 935,731. 65

707, 423. 60

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2, 228, 308.05

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

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

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N e t cost
estimated in
gold.

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

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

$55, 215, 850. 00
2,637,850.00
1,000.00
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

60,079,150.00

1, 576, 337. 23

612, 039. 53

964, 297. 70

100.00
41,300.00
661, 7.50. 00
34,128,150. 00
10, 019, 400. 00

100. 00
41, 300. 00
661, 750. 00
34,128,150. 00
10, 019, 400. 00

5.50
1,716.66
20, 760. 25
1,171,034.37
233, 862.12

14.18
138.13
5, 293. 40
186,913.66
137,402.11

8 68
1, 578. 53
15, 466. 85
984,120.71
96, 460. 01

O-

44,850,700.00

44, 850,700. 00

1, 427, 378. 90

329,76L48

1, 097, 617.42

hi

200. 00
5, 200. 00
422, 550. 00
566, 250. 00
33, 221, 450. 00
12, 553, 950. 00

200.00
5, 200. 00
422, 550. 00
566, 250. 00
33, 221,450. 00
12,553,950.00

9.50
187. 08
14, 789. 25
19,818.75
1, 018,176.97
240,130.13

13. 35
164. 24
2,823. 94
7, 669. 86
276,923. 93
31,884.61

3.85
22.84
11,965.31
12, 748. 89
741, 253. 04
208, 245. 52

46,769, 600. 00

Y e a r ended—

40, 769,600.00

1,293, i n . 68

318, 879. 93

974, 231. 75

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

4, 000. 00
100. 00
1,100.00
52, 250. 00
18,000.00
230, 500. 00
45, 282, 200. 00

85. 00
4.00
36.67
1, 269. 62
499. 62
5, 347. 70
1,153,460. 88

701. 96
.49
50.51
588.85
87. 92
1,416.28
268, 821. 31

616. 96
3.51
13.84
680. 77
411.70
3,931.42
884, 639. 57

45,588,150.00

1,160,703.49

271, 667. 32

889, 036.17

P r i n c i p a l redeemed.

N e t cost in
currency.

P r e m i u m paid.

Accrued
interest paid
i n coin.

. J U N E 30, 1882.
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 o f M a r c h , 1863, c o n t i n u e d a t 3^ p e r centT
F u n d e d l o a n of 1881 c o n t i n u e d a t 3 i p e r c e n t
F u n d e d l o a u of 1881
Total
J U N E 30, 1883.
F i v e - t w e n t i e s of 1862
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, c o n t i n u e d a t 3§ p e r c e n t
L o a n of M a r c h , 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 loan of 1881, c o n t i n u e d a t 3^ p e r c e n t
Total

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J U N E 30, 1884.
F i v e - t w e n t i e s of 1882
F u n d e d l o a n of 1881
L o a n of M a r c h , 1863, c o n t i n u e d a t 3^ 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
L o a n of J u l y 12,1882
Total
J U N E 30, 1885.
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 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, c o n t i n u e d a t 3^ p e r c e n t
L o a n of M a r c h , 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 loan of 1881, c o n t i n u e d a t 3J p e r c e n t
'.
L o a n of J u l y 12,1882
Total




45, 588,150. 00

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J U N E 30, 1886.
Oregon war debt..Loan of J u l y and August, 1861
„
Loan of 1863
•
Five-twenties of 1862
Five-twenties of 1864.
Five-twenties of 1865
Ten-forties of 1864
Consols of 1865
Consols of 1867
Consols of 1868
Funded loan of 1881
Loan of 1882
Loan of 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^ per cent
Total
J U N E 30, 1887.
Loan of 1882
Ten-forties of 1864
Funded loan of 1881
Loan of July and August, 1861
Five-twenties of 1862
Five-twenties of 1865 ..."
Loan of February, 1861
!
Loau of 1863
Consols of 1865
Consols of 1867
Consols of 1868
Loan of July and August, 1861, continued at 3^ per ceut
Loan of 1863, continued at 3^ per cent
Funded loan of 1881, continued at 3^ per cent
Total
,
'.
J U N E 30, 1888.
Loan of 1882
Funded loan of 1891
:
Funded loan of 1907
Total
J U N E 30, 1889.
Oregon war debt
Loan of July and August, 1861
Loan of 1882
."
Loan of J u l y and August, 1861, continued at 3^ per cent
Loan of 1863, continued at 3^ per cent
Funded loan of 1891
Funded loan of 1907
Total




100. 00
2,500. 00
1,100. 00
67,500. 00
4,300. 00
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
44,531,350.00

100.00
2, 500. 00
1,100.00
67, 500.00
4, 300. 00
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
44, 531, 350. 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

47, 748,750. 00
1,300.00
§, 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
47,894, 200. 00

47,894,200.00

L50
53.25
3L50
1,425.00
85. 25
6.00
356. 25
419. 25
662. 25
203. 25
826. 50
435, 942. 00
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. 09
54 15
' 3 98
77 45
423 04
1,408.50
366 79
49. 05
215,324.57
91 68
1 287 74
3, 638. 79

447, 687. 64

242,487.45

205, 200.19

,

1, 375, 653. 00
84.17
110. 83
1, 722. 00
45.50
560.00
120. 00
804.00
1, 092. 00
2, 040. 00
30.00
52.50
297.50
926. 33
1,383,537.83

223, 676. 38
119. 50
166. 80
861. 00
58.12
473.92
60.00
402. 00
2,147.16
3, 333. 69
270. 25
22.58
60.31
213.17
231,864.88

1,151, 976. 62
35 33
55 97
861 00
12 62
86 08
60 00
40^ 00
1 055 16
1, 293. 69
240 ^5
29.92
237.19
713 16
1,151, 672.95

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18, 880, 500. 00
19, 455, 400. 00
5, 389, 250. 00

1,555, 966.17
1, 296, 049. 71

43, 725,150. 00

2,852,015.88

18,880, 500.00
21,011,366.17
• 6,685,299.71
46,577,165. 88

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
100.00
12,998,768.01
34,511, 872. 29

39,056,150.00

8, 517,140.30

47,573, 290. 30

660, 630. 00
794, 247. 00
203,293.00
1, 658,170. 00

94,
95,
43,
233,

660. 88
098.43
817.79
577.10

39.00
15.00
354. 94
20.42
.91
39,397. 68
180. 452. 60

30.00
15.00
1 354 31
84.58
2.59
440, 678.44
830 915.31

.1,493,360.87

220,280.64

d
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1,424, 592.00

69.00
30.00
1, 709. 25
105.00
3.50
480,076.12
1,011,368.00

565 969 12
699 148.57
159.475. 21

1,273.080. 28

a

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 O F BONDS ON ACCOUNT O F T H E S I N K I N G F U N D , ETC.—Continued.

Principal redeemed.

Y e a r ended—

J U N E 30, 1890.
L o a n of 1882
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 i p e r c e n t
F u n d e d l o a n of 1881
t
P u n d e d l o a n of 1891
F u n d e d l o a n of 1907

P r e m i u m paid.

N e t cost i n
currency.

N e t cost
estimated in
gold.

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

Interest due
a t close o.f fiscal y e a r .

Accrued
interest paid
i n coin.

$119. 25
35. 00
137.50
537, 523. 68
I, 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

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

$4, 050.00
1, 000. 00
3, 000. 00
12, 847, 416. 79
. 35,231,658.37

39, 840, 400. 00

8, 246,725.16

48, 087,125.16

1, 583, 619. 93

226,381.53

1, 357,238.40

6, 300.00
950. 00
100. 00
27, 860,400. 00
16,134,000.00

69, 945. 63
3, 790,140. 65

6, 300. 00
950.00
100.00
27, 930, 345.63
19, 924,140. 65

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, 325.14
591, 331. 22

44,001, 750. 00

3, 860, 086. 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. 00
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
24,225, 800. 00
47,700. 00

2.25
250.00
370.12
L75
11.67
10.79
218. 00
1,085, 419. 69
792. 38

L42
250. 00
93.30
.15
28.76
4.25
53.64
179, 940. 75
41.93

276. 82
1.60
15.09
6.54
164. 36
905, 478.94
750. 45

24, 310, 800. 00

Total

$4, 050.00
1,000.00
3, 000. 00
12,136, 750. 00
27, 695, 600. 00

24, 310, 800. 00

1, 087, 076. 65

180, 412. 20

906, 664.45

25.00
1,000.00
7, 600. 00
''
2, 000. 00
1, 000. 00
1,000.00
76, 850. 00
511, 700. 00

25.00
1, 000. 00
7, 600. 00
2, 000. 00
1,000. 00
1,000.00
76,850.00
511,700. 00

.75
30.00
228.00
35.00
17.50
23.33
2, 653. 75
16,580. 99

.75
90.00
2, 358. 00
24.74
8.10
.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. 00

601,175. 00

19, 569. 32

8,837. 97

10, 731. 35

J U N E 30, 1891.
L o a n of 1882

. . .

L o a n of 1863 . . .
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 30, 1892.
War-bounty 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 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^ n e r r e n t
F u n d e d loan of 1881
L o a n of 1882
'.
F u n d e d loan of 1891

1

Total

.

. . . .

J U N E 30, 1893.
L o a n of F e b r u a r v 1861
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^ n 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




'.

hi
O
Pi

O

.83

Cl
Ul

Loan of
Loan of
Funded
Funded
Loan of
Funded

J U N E 30, 1894.
J u l y and August, 1861
J u l y and August, 1861, continued at 3^ per cent,
loan of 1881
loau of 1881, continued at 3^ per cent
1882
loan of 1891

Loan of
Loan of
Funded
Funded
Loan of
Funded

!

Total

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

3 00
359 01
6 82
224 58
50 71
4, 557. 30

214, 900. 00

:

J U N E 30,1895.
July and August, 1861
1863
loan of 1881
•
loan of 1881, continued at 3^ per cent
1882
".
loan of 1891
.
^

100.00
18, 000. 00
1, 000. 00
15,400. 00
4,400.00
176,000 00

214, 900. 00

7, 505. 47

2, 304. 05

5, 201.42

7, 400. 00
3, 000. 00
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
45.4. 64
19.99
47.47
1,810.73

''91 31
16 47
49 65
1 698 31

119. 550. 00

Total

^

119, 550. 00

4, 221. 45

2,743 83

1 477 62

50.00
500. 00
500 00
3. 200. 00
2,000.00
3,200.00
58,150. 00

50. 00
500.00
500. 00
3,200 00
2, 000. 00
3, 200. 00
58,150. 00

12 00
30 00
30 00
394 17
' 70. 00
41. 50
2, 876.41

12 00
15 00
15 00
397 43
35.00
22.10
1,159 68

15 00
15 00
3 26
35 00
19 40
1 716 73

67, 600.^00

3,454 08

1,656 21

1 797 87

- 2,400 00
1, 000. 00
500. 00
500.00
1, 000. 00
1, 5ii0. 00
1,600.00
237,400 00

2, 400 00
1,000.00
500. 00
500. 00
1, 000. 00
1, 500. 00
1, 600. 00
237,400 00

2,175 00
520.00
30.00
16.67
23.33
43. 75
32 00
13,426 16

2, 169 00
486. 74
15.00
L37
8.75
25 03
10 49
. 7,178 20

6 00
33 26
15.00
15 30
14 58
18.72
? 51
6,241.96

245,900 00

245,900 00

16,266 91

9,894 58

6, 372. 33

7, 400. 00
3, 000. 00
3,100. 00
2,500 00
7,350 00
96,200.00

-

4 50
Ul

o

J U N E 30,1896.

Oregon war debt
Loan of July and August, 1861
Loan of 1863
Funded loan of 1881
•
Loau of July and August, 1861, continued at 3^ per cent.
Loau bf 1882
Funded loan of 1891
'
Total
J U N E 30,1897.
Loan of July and August, 1861
,
Five-twenties of 1862
,
Loan of 1863
,
Funded loan of 1881
-.
Funded loan of 1881, continued at 3 | per cent
Loan of J u l y and August, 1861, continued at 3^ per cent.
Loan of Julv 12, 1882.
Funded loan of 1891
Total
" J U N E 30, 1898.
^
Loan of July and August, 1861
Funded loau o f 1881
Fuuded loan of 1881, continued at 3^ per cent
Funded loan of 1891
T
Loan of J u l y 12, 1882
Total




•

67, 600 00
•

O

W

"

11, doo. 00
2, 650. 00
100. 00
21, 350. 00
100. 00

11, 000. 00
2, 650. 00
100. 00
21, 350. 00
100 00

2,130.00
233 95
1 46
369 18
3 50

1, 830. 00
174 65
.88
166 87
36

35, 200. 00

2,738. 09

2,172.76

565. 33

>
Ul

d
Pi

300. 00
59 30

35, 200. 00

Pi

.58
202. 31
3 14

o
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X

T A B L E E.-—STATEMENT 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 S I N K I N G F U N D , ETC.—Continued.

Y e a r ended—

P r i n c i p a l redeemed.

P r e m i u m paid.

J U N E 30,1899.

N e t cost
in c u r r e n c y .

N e t cost
estimated in
gold.

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

,

Accrued
interest paid
in coin.

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

Total
Grand total

«

$2,300.00
500.00
1,100. 00
500. 00
5,100. 00
17, 550. 00

$2, 300. 00
500. 00
1.100. 00 .
500.00
5,100. 00
17, 550. 00

$2, 277. 00
30.00
187. 92
20.42
139. 50
1,172. 80

$2,277. 00
15.00
153. 60
2.49
25. 56
700. 21

$15. 00
34.32
17. 93
113.94
472.59

27, 050. 00

L o a n of 1863
*
F u n d e d loan of 1881
F u n d e d loan of 1881 c o n t i n u e d a t 3 i p e r c e n t
L o a n of J u l y 12 1882
F u n d e d l o a n of 1891.

27, 050. 00

3, 827. 64

3,173. 86

653. 78

836,897, 619. 21

29,508,398.52

8, 270, 843. 86

21, 237, 554. 66

815,149,475. 00

$43, 998,454.43 $157, 677, 967. 61

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July

1, 1898

J u n e 30,1899

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 Y E A R 1899.

T o b a l a n c e from l a s t y e a r '.
$297, 237, 501. 93
T o 1 p e r c e n t on 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 n
J u n e 30, 1898, less 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
11, 327, 430. 63
t h e d e b t , viz, $1,132,743.062.90
T o i n t e r e s t oil r e d e m p t i o n p r i o r t o fiscal y e a r 1899
40, 069, 323. 29
T o in t e r e s t on $31,123. 48, a m o i m t of d e b t " p a i d " d u r i n g
4, 072.45
fiscal y e a r 1899




348, 638, 328.30

J u n e 30,1899

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 1899
accrued interest thereon
f r a c t i o n a l c u r r e n c y a n d n o t e s r e d e e m e d i n 1899
accrued interest thereon
balance

CR.

$27, 050.00
3,173^. 86
4, 223. 48
119. 60
1, 603, 761. 36
Cl
348, 638, 328. 30

Ul

SECRETARY

OF THE

TREASURY.

CXXI

T A B L E G . — P O P U L A T I O N , N E T R E V E N U E , AND 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, 1899, AND P E R C A P I T A OF THE R E V E N U E S AND
P E R CAPITA OF E X P E N D I T U R E S .

Yeai

1837
1838
1839
1840
1841
1842
1843 (six months).
1844
1845...:
1846
1847
1848
1849
1850
1851
1852
.
1853
1854
1855
1856
1857
1858
1859
I860
1861
1862.:
1863
1864
1865
1866
1867
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.
1897.
1898.

Population.

655,000
112, 000
584. 000
069,453
591, 000
132. 000
694, 000
276,000
878,000
500,000
143,000
805,000
489, 000
191,876
995, 000
802, 050
615,000
433, 000
256,000
083,000
916, 000
753, 000
596, 000
443,321
064,000
704, 000
365, 000
046,000
748,000
469,000
211,000
973,000
756, 000
558, 371
555, 000
596, 000
677,000
796,000
951, 000
137,000
353. 000
598,000
866, 000
155,783
316,000
495,000
693, 000
911,000
148,000
404,000
680,000
974, 000
289. 000
522, 250
975, 000
516, 000
946, 000
397, 000
878, 000
390,000
937.000
522, 000
148, 000

Net 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, 495,769. 00
35, 735,779. 00
31, 208,143.00
43, 603,439. 00
52, 559,304. 00
49, 846,816. 00
61, 587,054. 00
73, 800,341. 00
65, 350,575.00
74, 056,699.00
68, 965,313. 00
.366. 00
46, 655,
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
277.00
371, 403,075.00
379, 266,059. 00
387, 050,982. 00
403, 080,447. 31
392, 612,.
784.24
354, 937,628.78
385, 819,019. 25
297, 722,075.11
313, 390,200.38
326, 976,705.16
347, 721,335.20
405, 321,620.18
515, 960,

Per capita on
revenue.

Net expenses.

$1.59
$37, 243,496. 00
L63
33, 865, 059. 00
1.90
26, 899,128.00
1.14
24, 317, 579. 00
.96
26, 565, 873. 00
1.10
25, 205, 761. 00
.89
11, 858, 075. 00
1.62
22, 337, 571. 00
1.51
22, 937, 408.00
1.45'
27, 766, 925. 00
1.25
57, 281, 412. 00
1.64 • 45, 377, 225.00
L39
45, 051, 657. 00
•L88
39, 543, 492. 00
2.19
47, 709, 017. 00
2.01
44, 194,919.00
2.40
48, 184,111.00
2.79
58, 044, 862. 00
2.40
59, 742, 668. 60
2.64
69, 571, 026. 00
2.38
67, 795, 708. 00
L57
74, 185, 270. 00
1.75
69, 070, 977.00
L78
63, 130, 598. 00
L29'
66, 546, 645. 00
1.9
.5
474, 761, 819. 00
3.38
714, 740,725.00
7.77
865, 322, 614. 00
9.60 1, 297, 555, 224. 00
15.73
520, 809,417.00
13.55
357, 542, 675. 00
10.97
377, 340, 285. 00
9.82
322, 865, 278. 00
10.67
309, 653, 561. 00
9.69
292, .177,188. 00
9.22
277, 517,963.00
8.01
290, 345, 245. 00
7.13
302. 633, 873. 00
6.55
623, 393.00
274; 101, 085. 00
6.52
265, 334, 475. 00
6.07
24 L,
5.42
964, 327. 00
236,
5.60
947, 884. 00
166, 642, 958. 00
6.65
267, 712, 888. 00
7.00
260, 981,440.00
7.68
257, 408,138. 00
7.41
265, 126, 244. 00
6.36
244, 226, 935.00
5.76
260, 483,138. 00
5.86
242, 932,179.00
6. 33
267, 924, 801. 00
6.32
a. 267, 288, 978. 00
6.31
6.43 &299, 040, 710. 00
6.14 c 318, 773, 905. 35
5.42 (Z365, 023, 330. 58
345, 477, 954. 49
5.76
383, 525, 279. 83
4.37
367, 195, 298.29
4.48
356, 179, 446. 08
4.58
352. 774,159.57
4.77
365, 368, 582. 80
5.44
443, 072,179.85
6.78
605,

Percapita
on
expenditures.
$2.38
2.10
L62
1.42
I. 51
1. 39
1.27
L16
1.15
L35
2.71
2.08
2.00
1.71
1.99
1.78
1.88
2.20
2.19
2.48
2.34
2.49
2.26
2.01
2.08
14. 52
21.42
25. 42
37.34
14.68
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
4.94
4.44
4.63
4.22
4.56
4.46
4.88
5.07
5.71
5.27
5.73
5.37
5.10
4.93
5.01
5.95
7.97

a 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 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 $17,292,362.65 of " p r e m i u m s on p u r c h a s e of b o n d s . "
c 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 . "
d T h i s i n c l u d e s $10,401,220.61 of " p r e m i u m s on p u r c h a s e 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 on 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 R e g i s t e r o f t h e T r e a s u r y i n 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 E e p o r t s for t h o s e
years, p p . 845,767, a n d 906.)




REPORT ON T H E

CXXII

T A B L E I-I.—INTERNAL AND

Year ended
J u n e 30—

1858
1859
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
1897.
1898.
.1899.

CUSTOMS R E V E N U E AND
FROM 1858 TO 1899.

Dollars.
id)
id)
(d)
id)
id)
37, 640, 787. 95
109,741,134.10
209, 461, 215. 25
309, 226,813.42
266, 027, 537. 43
.191, 087,589. 41
158, 356, 460. 86
184, 899, 756. 49
143, 098,153.63
130, 642,177. 72
113, 729, 314.14
102, 409, 784. 90
110, 007,493. 58
116, 700, 732. 03
118,630,407.83
110, 581, 624. 74
113, 561, 610.58
124, 009, 373. 92
135, 264, 385. 51
146, 497, 595. 45
144, 720, 368. 98
121, 5S6, 072. 51
112, 498, 725. 54
116, 805, 936. 48
118,823,391.22
124, 296, 871. 98
130, 881, 513. 92
142, 606, 705. 81
145, 686, 249. 44
153, 971, 072. 57
161, 027, 623. 93
147, 111, 232. 81
143,421, 672. 02
146,762. 864.74
146, 688, 574.29
170, 900, 641.49
273, 437,161. 51

E x p e n s e s of collecting, b
Dollars,
id)
id)
id)
id)
id)
108, 685.00
253, 372. 99
385, 239. 52
5, 783,128. 77
7, 335, 029. 81
•8,705,366.36
7, 257,176.11
7, 253, 439.81
7, 593, 714.17
5,694,116.86
5, 340, 230. 00
4, 509, 976. 05
4. 289, 442. 71
3, 942, 613. 72
3, 556, 943. 85
3, 280, 162. 22
3, 527, 956. 56
3,657,105.10
4, 327, 793. 24
4, 097, 241. 34
4,424,707.39
. 4, 216, 847. 26
3, 853, 035. 94
3,578,679.42
3, 826, 507. 98
3, 626, 038. 91
3, 770, 388. 72
3, 780, 950. 41
4, 003, 485. 65
3, 879, 082. 31
4,144, 927. 02
3, 749, 029. 22
3, 754, 935.45
3, 846, 887. 55
3, 606,798. 85
3, 705, 256. 95
4, 350, 543. 05

EXPENSES

OF

COLLECTING,

Customs revenue.

Internal revenue.
Eevenue. a

FINANCES.

P e r cent,

id)
id)
' id)
. id)
(d)

.29.
.23
.18
L87
2.77
4.55
4.59
3.92
5.30
4.36
4.69
4.40
3.89
3.38
2.96
3.10
2.95
3.20
2.80
3.06
3.47
3.42
3.06
3.22
2.92
2.88
2.65
2.75
2.52
2.57
2.55
2.62
2.62
2.46
2.17
L59

Eevenue. a
Dollars.
41, 789, 620. 96
49, 565, 824. 38
53,187, 511. 87
39, 582,125. 64
49, 056, 397. 62
69,059, 642. 40
102, 316,152. 99
84, 928, 260. 00
179, 046, 651. 58
176,417,810.88
164,464, 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
137, 250, 047. 70
186, 522, 064. 60
198,159, 676. 02
220,410, 730. 25
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
176, 554,126. 65
149, 575, 062. 35
206,128, 48L 75

E x p e n s e s of collecting, c
Dollars.
P e r cent.
2, 903, 336. 89
6.94
3,407,931.77
6.85
6.27
3, 337,188.15
7.18
2, 843, 455. 84
6.67
3, 276, 560. 39
4.60
3,181,026.17
4.09
4,192, 582. 43
6.39
5,415, 449. 32
2.98
5, 342, 469. 99
3.26
5, 763, 979. 01^
4.65
7. 641,116. 68
2.99
.5i 388, 082. 31
3.20
6, 233, 747. 68
3.18
6, 568. 350. 61
3.21
6, 950,173. 88
3.76
7, 077, 864. 70
4.49
7, 321,469. 94
• 4.47
7, 028, 521. 80
4.53
6, 704, 858. 09
4.96
6, 501, 037. 57
4.47
5, 826, 974. 32
3.96
5,477, 421. 52
3.23
6, 023, 253. 53
3. 22
6, 383, 288.10
2.95
6, 500, 359. 26
. 3.07
6, 593, 509. 43
3.44
6, 709, 485. 76
3.58
6,494, 847. 29
3.33
6, 427, 612. 67
3.16
6, 855, 801. 74
3. 27
7,156,187. 77
3.14
7, 030, 487. 00
2.98
6, 859, 986. 09
3.17
6, 964, 367. 09
3.74
6, 646, 276. 05
3.32
6, 756, 790. 98
5.15
6, 791, 872. 86
4.43
6, 736, 690. 92
4.52
7, 237, 796.40
4.01
7, 075, 372. 05
4.78
7,152, 276. 58
3.57
7, 361, 562.83

a-Based on w a r r a n t s i s s u e d .
6 T h e c o s t of collecting t h e i n t e r n a l r e v e n u e e m b r a c e s t h e f o l l o w i n g i t e m s : Salaries a n d e x p e n s e s of
collectors, i n c l u d i u g p a y of d e p u t y collectors, c l e r k s , etc.,, a n d i n c l u d i n g e x p e n s e s i n c i d e n t t o e n f o r c i n g
t h e p r o v i s i o n s of l a w t a x i n g o l e o m a r g a r i n e ; s a l a r i e s a n d e x p e n s e s of r e v e n u e a g e u t s , surA'-eyors of
d i s t i l l e r i e s , g a u g e r s , storekeepers', a n d m i s c e l l a n e o u s e x p e n s e s ; p a p e r for i n t e r n a l - r e v e n u e s t a m p s ,
and e x p e n s e s of d e t e c t i n g a n d p u n i s h i n g v i o l a t i o n s of i n t e r n a l - r e v e n u e l a w s .
c T h e e x p e n s e s of c o l l e c t i n g t h e r e v e n u e from c u s t o m s i n c l u d e s all s u m s d r a w n from t h e a p p r o p r i a tion m a d e b y C o n g r e s s for t h a t p u r p o s e . T h e m o n e y is e x p e n d e d for salaries, r e n t s , l a b o r in w e i g h i n g ,
gauging, and measuring'imported merchandise, revenue boatmen, repairs, and other expenses incident
t o r e n t e d b u i l d i n g s , s t a t i o n e r y , a n d t h e t r a v e l i n g e x p e n s e s of s p e c i a l a g e n t s , b u t does n o t i n c l u d e
e x p e n d i t u r e s for r e v e n u e c u t t e r s , fuel, l i g h t s , w a t e r , f u r n i t u r e , j a n i t o r s , etc., for b u i l d i n g s o w n e d b y
t h e G o v e r n m e n t , n o r e x p e n d i t u r e s for e r e c t i n g n e w b u i l d i n g s , all of w h i c h a r e p a i d for i r o m specific
a p p r o p r i a t i o n s m a d e for t h o s e p u r p o s e s .
T h e e x p e n s e s of collecting i u t e r n a l a n d c u s t o m s r e v e n u e do n o t i n c l u d e t h e e x p e n d i t u r e s for s a l a r i e s ,
e t c . , i n c i d e n t to a u d i t i n g t h e s e a c c o u n t s in t h e D e p a r t m e n t s a t W a s h i n g t o n .
ciNo d a t a .




T A B L E I . — S T A T E M E N T SHOWING T H E R E V E N U E S AND E X P E N D I T U R E S O F T H E G O V E R N M E N T B Y M O N T H S ; T H E L E G A L - T E N D E R N O T E S , N E T
GOLD, AND AVAILABLE C A S H 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 J T H E M O N T H L Y R E D E M P T I O N OF L E G A L - T E N D E R N O T E S
I N GOLD, AND T H E IMPORTS AND E X P O R T S OF GOLD, FROM J A N U A R Y , 1879, TO J U N E , 1899, INCLUSIVE.

Month.

1879^-.January
February
March
April
May
June

;

T o t a l for 6 m o n t h s . .
July
August
September
October
November
December
1880—January
February
March
April
May...June
T o t a l for 12 m o n t h s .
July
-.
August
September
October
November
December
1881—January
February
March
April
May
June
T o t a l for 12 m o n t h s




Expendit u r e s , exclu
E e v e n u e s , s i v e of p o s t a l ,
e x c l u s i v e of p r i u c i p a l of
postal.
debt, and
premium.
$20,
19,
20,
19,
27,
25,

757,406
344,163
750, 080
786, 565
232, 288
562,892

137, 368, 329
25,723,768
26, 883, 496
26, 521, 394
27,171, 283
24,861,029
24, 628, 968
29, 827, 580
27, 809, 648
30, 326, 695
30,103, 369
29, 000,101
27,621,089
333, 526, 611
34,521,013
32, 864,049
30,101, 835
28,095, 209
25,612,967
28, 006, 721
29,055,013
27,539,571
29, 494, 308
30, 807, 779
31, 881, 650
30,265,206
360,7,82, 293

Surplus
revenues.

$32, 478, 888 a $11, 721, 482
17, 895, 024
1,449,139
21,510,883
a 760, 803
18,042, 282
1,744, 283
26,694,264
537, 924
20,030, 982
5,531, 910
134, 058, 342

$30,579,531
44, 494, 973
50, 684, 669
39, 539, 823
51,670,442
45, 036, 904

$116, 674, 227 $336,449, 861
116, 886, 279 428, 961, 460
117,162,166
405,411, 570
118,809,680
432, 746, 833
121, 300,140
475, 663, 096
119, 956, 655 B79, 542, 919

E x p o r t s of
gold.

120,320, 583
126, 537, 690
154,763,705
157,140,114
147,247, 977
146,194,182
143, 340, 027
136, 995,458
135,766, 551
130, 726, 640
120, 699,196
118,181, 527

245, 608. 019
212,035,932
202, 957, 575
203,411,712
193,147,767
192, 297,126
190, 203, 772
188, 960, 589
193, 084, 807
191,789,673
193,998,696
188,670, 884

$274, 707
137,386
188, 500
.170,894
185, 225
143, 338

$346< 096
115, 513
76, 985
426, 310
350, 003
1, 441, 060

1,100, 050

2,755, 967

954, 800
981,400
603, 485
740, 295
77, 499
122, 359
71, 500
72, 080
43, 020
16. 000
5i; 000
47,200

251, 381
6, 723. 313
27, 528, 082
19,178, 631
17, 423, 834
6, 562, 650
795, 568
464. 473
892.; 180
166, 432
123, 580
648, 272

349,779
350, 664
132, 443
285, 826
105, 999
134,768
226, 205
149, 612
1,166,679
89,192
106, 497
541, 361

H
Pi
IS

80, 758, 396

23, 541, 466
36, 222, 606
18, 933, 254
17, 327, 567
16,388,454
12, 570, 494
11, 614, 562
15, 054, 093
15, 760, 081
17, 489, 280
18,183,020
18, 785, 559

$1,571,725
909, 249
952,766
699, 773
1, 339, 883
2,503,302

3, 639, 025

Ul

68, 678, 974

a 1, Oil, 108
35, 532,121
9, 376, 433
23,487,616
I I , 715,129
18, 386, 706
6,100, 205
21. 995, 004
21, 924, 410
3, 688, 557
19, 657, 441
8, 349, 280
28,p37, 306
1, 017, 707
16,756,475
10, 783, 096
8,935, 761
20, 558. 547
9, 261, 403
21, 546, 376
10,189,Oil
21, 692, 639
14,291, 767 _ 1 5 , ^ 7 3 , 439
259,651,639
101,130, 654

I m p o r t s of
gold.

7, 976, 698

3, 309, 987

45, 029, 627 0^19.305,859
25, 504. 087
i ; 379,-409
23,194, 771
3, 326, 623
7,186, 366
19, 984, 917
23, 920, 051
940,978
16, 354, 599
8, 274, 369
28,152, 650
1,674, 930
20, 045,821
7, 763, 827
13, 320, 440 - 17, 006, 255
18, 333,183
11,770,186
1.4, 382, 225
14, 617, 876
21,311,525
6, 309, 564
264, 847, 637

Available
Legal-tender
Legal-tender
' N e t gold
cash balance,
notes
notes
in Treasury.
including
redeemed
in Treasury.
n e t gold.
i n gold.

19,024,124
20, 444, 849
17, 263, 613
13. 793, 993
11,124, 937
8,761,818
10, 551, 616
14, 566, 601
14, 773,198
14,672,086
16, 062, 305
18, 554, 092

a E x c e s s of e x p e n d i t u r e s .

115, 274, 646
120,018,180
127,764, 733
133,278, 253
143, 981,139
150, 213. 716
148, 052, 809
166, 808, 853
167,639, 263
164, 358, 554
157,893, 879
157,412,141

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
204,622, 204
204,144, 327
213, 635, 823

25, 000
22, 000
1.50, 000
9,000
12, 000
25,000
15, 000
13, 750

271,750

244'. 330
9,145, 390
18, 846, 998
16, 256, 058
9, 555, 391
16, 506, 026
4, 739, 902
577,478
7,169, 774
15,351,980
1.315,777
322,155
100? 031,259

61, 886
90, 909
80, 914
169. 871
220, 759
158, 574
30, 415
271, 379
160, 786
88, 593
614, 498
616, 548
2, 565,132

Ul

Pi

a

Pi
'=P^

><
O

>
d

X
X

o
X

T A B L E L — S T A T E M E N T SHOWING T H E R E V E N U E S AND E X P E N D I T U R E S O F T H E GOVERNMENT B Y MONTHS, ETC.—Continued.

X

Expenditures, excluE e v e n u e s , s i v e of postal,
e x c l u s i v e of p r i n c i p a l of
postal.
debt, a n d
premium.

Month.

$33,896,016
$34. 471, 542
37,537,864
25,135, 462
34,125, 621
16, 421, 052
35, 910, 843
23. 260, 892
28, 703, 605
20; 051, 328
30, 695, 316
16, 296, 797
33,150,162 - 24, 370, 271
30, 916, 324
22, 073, 826
14,871,444
33, 815,909
21. 245, 558
34, 468, 580
27,157,422
36,128, 081
16, 459, 073
31, 786,789

1881—July
August
September
October
November
December.:
1882—January
February
March
April
May
June
T o t a l for 12 m o n t h s

Surplus
revenues.

a$575, 526
12,402, 402
17. 704, 569
12, 649, 951
8, 652, 277
14, 398, 519
8, 779, 891
8, 842, 498
18, 944, 465
13, 223, 022
8, 970, 659
15, 327, 716

403, 525, 250

257, 981, 440

,

36, 338, 726
39, 862, 619
36, 847, 587
32,162, 383
30.199. 652
30; 416, 578
32, 045, 466
28, 562,177
32, 306, 235
26,164, 511
31, 439, 594
34, 373, 966

29,417,846
29, 668, 245
21, 488,119
20, 977, 505
24, 596, 228
16, 554, 913
22, 217, 007
24, 663, 250
24, 291, 289
26,790,120
27, 258,533
16, 012, 334

T o t a l for 12 m o n t h s

398, 287, 582

265,408,138
37, 009, 830
26,175, 668
14, 427, 989
21,976,111
25, 598, 046
12, 055, 437
19, 950, 931
25, 306, 612
12,146, 297

a5, 609, 017
5, 012, 534
15, 715, 712
9, 061, 158
711, 696
12, 974, 842
7, 869, 214
2, 099,401
15, 924, 442

$19, 099, 910 $149,163,355 $201, 544,433
19,870, 869 164, 098, 402 199,900,146
19, 025,132 169,122, 025 204,520, 280
18, 206, 769 167, 785, 609 191, 888,136
17, 411, 078 173, 025, 684 193, 806, 619
16, 452, 800 167, 429, 348 199, 614, 433
17, 384, 394 159, 972, 569 190, 533. 247
18, 256, 850 168, 585, 554 197.166, 334
17, 446, 415 161, 290, 437 198,137, 431
17, 637, 824 149, 997, 982 194, 050, 480
19, 873, 690 148, 932, 626 191,861,776
143, 477, 370 195, 892, 419
21,425,58.9

July
August
September
October
November
Deceuiber
1883—January
February
March
April
May
June

July
August
September
October
November
December
1884—January
February
March




,

,

,

' I m p o r t s of
gald.

E x p o r t s of
gold.

40,000

145, 543, 810
6, 920, 880
22, 749, 590
10. 194, 374
24, 068, 941
15, 359, 468
21,408,158
11,184,878
19, 854, 196
5, 603, 424
20,756, 392
13, 861, 665
18, 879, 395
9, 828, 459
21,162, 237
3,898, 927
21, 614, 817
8,014, 946
20,413, 561
a 625, 609
20, 919, 623
4,181,061
21, 681, 825
18,361, 632 • 23, 438, 839

24, 747, 646
25, 736, 766
25, 324, 420
24, 568, 037
25, 509, 644
25,164, 249
25, 321,189
27, 683, 632
30, 949, 652

140, 062, 590 194,192,970
195,469, 614
144,311,881
147, 831, 667 198, 541,173
148, 435, 473 203, 642, 301
144, 809, 314 -207, 509,753
131, 989, 758 204,969, 309
125, 648,195 200,045, 520
186, 218, 388
135,107,161
141, 308, 204 191, 553, 558
139, 439, 242 185, 555, 568
133, 718,103 180, 529, 237
138, 271,198 197,177, 342

142, 705,435
149, 625, 435
151,115,603
157,353,760
157, 235, 708
155, 429, 599
144, 350, 736
144, 038, 203
142,259,357

201,122, 999
199, 090,167
203,175,412
204, 491, 640
198,122,405
198, 698, 241
204,184. 200
199,102, 212
206, 510, 463

75, 000

380,000

$750, 852
5,427,196
10, 660, 641
8, 295,490
3,059, 202
2,728,173
1,134, 040
468,825
839, 566
551,301
204, 626
257,142

$112, 361
178, 648
148,166
176, 941
97,124
108, 084
102. 219
7, 231, 393
3, 228, 840
2, 342, 449
13, 289, 404
5, 572, 251

34,377, 054

32, 587, 880

162, 202
424, 878
1,135, 799
3, 835, 410
2,241,787
2,146, 952
1, 309, 639
291,011
3, 244, 859
2, 311, 351
232. 015
• 398, 246

4, 754, 422
1,637,212
229, 849
104,616
52, 725
175, 699
34,000
745, 715
284,180
2, 050, 215
935.106
597,149

17, 734,149

• $40, 000

132, 879, 444

32, 000, 813
31,188,202
30,143, 701
31, 037, 269
26, 309,742
25, 030, 279
.27, 820,145
27, 406, 013
28, 070, 739

Available
Legal-tender
Legal-tender
cash balance,
N e t gold
notes
notes
including
in Treasury.
redeemed,
in Treasury.
n e t gold.
i n gold.

11, 600, 888

. 429,754
1, 977, 354
2, 233, 272
4,261, 430
4, 363, 818
1, 003, 212
525, 413
422, 304
• 903,201

100, 870
132, 323
196,345
132, 530
403, 368
436, 969
153, 766
3,411,157
12, 224,135

Pi
hj
O
Pi

O

>
a
GQ

27, 309, 812
30, 371, 894
26,932, 088

April
May
June
Total for 12 months

3, 371, 475
10, 600, 576
10, 815, 974

348, 519, 870

244,126, 244

Total for 12 months

323, 690, 706
26.767, 293
28, 064, 261
29, 971, 026
28, 872, 905
! 25, 381,164
i 25, 757,702
24,737, 858
25, 971,994
30, 076,168
26, 871, 590
27,751, 724
^2, 510, 620

July
August
September
October
November.
December
1886—J anuary
February
March
April.
May
June
Total for 12 months

~

Total for 12 months.




30,845, 833
27, 701, 841
27,993,802

139, 624, 821
142, 206, 908
133,729, 954

206, 087, 499
200, 985, 324
200,764, 698

29, 562,990
26, 573, 554
20, 894, 873
16,172,172
9, 625, 683
11, 739, 575
13,873,469
18, 726,822
20, 473, 288
21, 465, 690
23, 492,109
15, 462, 379

119, 048, 061
122, 465, 717 '
130,514, 382
134, 670, 790
138, 015,071
141, 688, 432
125,187, 595
127, 346, 553
125, 793, 257
117, 927, 395
115,810, 533
120, 298, 895

193, 111,148
195,657,070
204, 247, 262
203, 537, 189
194, 624,455
192,198,215
194, 554, 277
199, 744,172
199,386,144
200, 536, 203
205, 713, 201
217,198, 975

260, 226. 935

336, 439, 727

242, 483,138
29, 403, Oil
28, 908, 867
20, 583,192
23, 474, 961
25, 657, 709
18, 483, 715
23,384,902
25, 485,121
21, 627, 371
20, 229, 703
22, 409, 349
14, 959, 888

233, 960
3, 280, 459
11,103, 510
6, 063, 537
1, 918, 394
10,139,100
5, Oil, 019
4, 288, 757
11, 730, 794
9, 846, 954
11, 424, 933
18, 111, 097

371, 463, 278

267, 932,180

21, 047, 525
2, 7il, 864
131,105

22, 831, 317

41, 081, 957

100, 000
120, 000
460, 000
215, 000
995,000
332, 000
2, 222, 000

16,998,997
24, 793, 656
27, 944, 332
27, 550, 341
25,735, 643
27, 941, 200
33, 300, 389
32, 277, 292
30, 289, 485
26, 088, 774
26, 289, 098
22, 868, 317

126,078,596
126,371,928.
133,113, 324
142,338, 589
146,391,486
147, 991, 809
136, 086, 610
144,164, 038
151,379,525
155,865, 308
156,304, 709
156,793, 749

26, 691, 696

8, 477, 892

464, 500
215, 350, 735
219, 646, 977
. 105,200
233, 206,722.
91, 900
243, 565,741
48,300
245, 769, 440
85, 300
257, 887,815
130, 200
265, 217, 967
63, 500
265, 914, 243
126, 200
275, 765, 409
647, 800
278. 349, 307
514, 600
281,911,856
1, 754,100
287, 513, 959 . 2, 832, 099

588, 412
733, 907
2, 986,116
1, 323, 811
5,096, 358
5, 620,191
I, 705, 841
986, 384
840, 337
350, 751
248, 550
262, 691

„ 1, 329, 570
359, 317
151, 568
139,120
438, 460
1, 789, 974
2, 581, 674
5,654,309
9, 920, 761
4, 812, 256
7, 395,039
8, 380,143

1

" 93, 956, 589

29, 636, 971
32,195, 326
31, 686, 702
29, 538, 498
27,576,103
28, 622, 815
28, 395, 921
29, 773, 878
33, 358,165
30,076, 657
33, 834, 282
33, 070, 985

3, 010, 429
1,626,531
2, 074, 599

30,000

2, 283,103
2,758, 300
I,477,672
2,451,402
8,192,904
2, 231,799
2, 074, 923
1,887,965
1, 756, 597
782, 533
564, 735
229, 763

63, 463, 771

33, 683, 234 a6,915, 941
4, 271, 736
23, 792, 525
13, 957, 972
16, 013, 054
7, 339, 232
21, 533, 673
1,796,228
23, 584, 936
15, 032,713
10, 724, 989
1, 984,727
22, 753,131
22, 205, 315 . 3,766,679
16. 094, 492
13,981,676
21, 052, 775
5, 818, 815
10,395,397
17, 356, 327
10, 819, 627
21, 690,993

180,000
590, 000

104, 393, 626

33, 669, 398 a 4, 395, 404
29, 273, 994
27, 694, 326
3, 672,183
31, 366, 509
17,173, 912
12, 055, 207
29, 229,119
23, 345, 061
26,189,428
2, 844, 367
21, 374, 428
22, 235, 568
861, 140
22, 835, 045 . 21,856,261
978,784
21,160, 424
4, 711, 705
25, 872,129
19, 222, 957 , 4,870,442
24,093, 399
24,844, 630
1, 466,105
26, 310,735
26, 684, 586
a 620.659
26, 063, 927
23, 597, 525
5,11L611
28,709,136
•27,157, 016 . 15, 255, 658
11, 901, 358

July
August
September
October
November
December
1885—January
February
March
April
May
June

J u l y .".
August
September
October
November
December
1887—January
February
March
April
May
June

23,938,337
19,771,318
16,116,114

21, 939,142
35, 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

42, 952,191

6, 863, 699
158, 933, 205
157, 732, 289
157,917, 211
158, 537,179
163, 930, 220
170,912, 414
168,475, 361
175,130, 262
181, 939, 848
180, 902, 431
186,667,774
186, 875, 669

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20, 743, 349

I, 296, 339
1,446, 269
239. 200
173, 200
146, 000
110, 200
104, 600
125, 640
174,250
142, 230
175, 825
90, 320

582, 052
4.958, 557
4; 994, 609
5, 412, 995
9,310,607
11, 655, 807
3, 535, 928
143, 611
577, 965
329,278
903,939
505, 253

1,175, 311
130, 765
30"8, 360
264, 012
355, 245
305. 347
628, 993
1,677,397
2,444, 926
I, 494, 246
296, 269
620, 316

4, 224, 073

283, 393,146
281, 514, 029
279. 844, 031
278, 970, 868
274,182, 628
279, 521, 562
281,584,675
279, 779, 423
282, 878,549
286, 028, 531
291,144, 324
304, 316, 868

103, 471, 098
aExcess of expenditures.

159, 106
175, 619
77,350
192, 533
443,529
220, 557
1, 446, 326
1,635,828
833,082
1,157, 995
1, 393, 975
741,992

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Month.

1887—July
August
September
October
November
Docember
1888—January
February
March
April
May
June

X.
X
Surplus
revenues.

July
August
September
October
November
December
1889—January
February
March
Aprii
May
June
T o t a l for 12 m o n t h s

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.$35,136. 924 a$4, 322, 052
28, 252, 786
7. 366. 330
17, 027, 786
16, 832. 020
19. 711,467
.12,091,705
28, 375, 989
752, 579
12, 980, 554
16, 079, 250
21,866,896
8, 906, 311
19, 898. 468
11,253,463
16, 621, 207
12,246,666
5, 432, 818
24, 418, 972
7, 841,827
25, 076, 375
15, 212, 079
17, 278,698

379, 266, 075

2-59, 653, 959
35, 983, 765
22,812.916
14, 824, 580
28,091,756
35, 553, 665
14, 964, 389
25, 902. 351
32, 933; 380
16, 773, 339
20, 576, 029
23, 978, 333
13, 527,113

a 4, 778, 867
I I , 810, 265
16, 873, 594
3, 874,448
a 6 , 963, 558
15,195, 874
8,175, 345
«.2, 800, 220
14, 240, 652
10, 882,770
11, 794,866
19, 230, 795

387, 050, 059

281, 996, 616

105, 053, 443

41, 700, 438
34, 530, 859
14.190, 018
26, 307, 260
-23,169, 459
23.191, 021
25,772, 455
24,103, 794
15, 540,141

a 9, 81.4. 238
a 59,954
17, 226, 273
6,185, 348
7,547,508
6, 404,483
8, 888, 703
6, 762,424
19, 238, 040

Available
Legal-tender
Legal-tender
cash balance,
N e t gold
notes
notes
including
in T r e a s u r y .
redeemed
in Treasury.
n e t gold.
in gold.

119, 612,116

• 31, 204, 898
34, 623,181
31, 698. 174
31, 966, 204
28, 590,107
30,160,263
34, 077, 696
•30,133,160
31,013,991
31,458,799
35, 773,199
32, 757, 908

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July
August
September
October
November..;
December
1890—January
February
March

Expendit u r e s , excluE e v e n u e s , s i v e of p o s t a l ,
e x c l u s i v e of p r i n c i p a l of
postal.
debt, and
premium.
$30, 814, 872
35, 619,116
33, 859, 800
31, 803,172
29,128, 568
29, 059, 804
30, 773, 207
31,151,931
28, 867, 873
29,851,790
32, 918, 202
32, 490, 777

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31, 886, 200
34, 470, 905
31,416, 291
32,492, 608
30, 716, 967
29, 595, 504
34, 661,158
30, 866, 218
34, 778,181

$19, 633, 740 $186,306, 330 $291, 986,110
193, 274,194 290, 746, 562
21,157,539
17,610,212
192, 717, 947 289, 063, 662
15, 261, 067 202, 859, 832 296, 071, 378
295, 527, 449
16, 318. 220 211,880,526
312,105, 882
15,424. 425 208,608,130
18, 015, 469 202, 955, 184 321, 585, 692
22, 267, 087 212. 869, 914 329. 595, 323
24,170, 623 218, 818, 253 341,167, 639
28,491,614
213, 239, 994 341,408, 408
327, 846, 974
33, 928, 200 200, 301,129
37, 983, 204 193, 866, 247 335, 627, 012

I m p o r t s of
gold.

E x p o r t s of
gold.

331, 612, 468
333, 528, 534
321, 637, 944
295, 388, 421
274,748, 209
283, 955, 835
281, 795, 807
266, 404, 441
273, 679, 979
272, 025, 039
275,109, 610
287,531,010

30, 364, 366
32, 325, 935
21,170, 258
17, 303, 501
14, 819, 022
6, 673, 925
7, 600, 224
9, 593, 865
6,919, 657

182,218,164
180,654, 670
189,196, 423
.187, 572, 386
187, 495, 672
190, 833, 052
177, 386, 285
187. 988, 948
185! 287, 715

274, 000, 688
251, 773, 370
254, 206. 227
248, 512, 435
242, 633, 405
233, 524,103
228, 835, 040
229, 309, 201
228, 689, 876

$495, 776
241, 981
175, 917
312, 503
390,136
365, 986
624, 290
1, 667, 018
2,113, 510
958,087
7, 876, 774.
3,154, 276

43, 934, 317

18, 376, 234

78, 990
69, 363
22,433
57, 071
30, 226
51, 582
31, 350
16, 407
19, 240
14,800
139, 369
199, 312

347,046
207,843
I, 275, 356
1, 222,189
1, 960, 847
906, 500
649, 006
817, 400
680, 359
805, 753
753,894
658, 665

3. 829,852
191,130
323, 425
• 686,472
5, 376, 262
7, 725. 351
1,197, 080
I, 478, 208
4, 392, .584
3,176, 014
13, 445, 033
18,130, 874

730,143

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

$2,177, 752
5, 978, 776
14, 089, 274
12, 889, 682
1, 952, 593
1, 805, 248
395,471
1,014,068
. 2,270,840
748,164
819, 279
293,170

692, 596
39, 825,740
41, 580, 393
40, 628, 963
36, 813, 320
35, 202, 956
30, 875, 860
29, 446, 498
29.300,511
25, 051, 231
23, 770,137
27, 790, 387
29, 601, 085

$115,700
149.820
135,160
43, 790
46, 390
36, 220
19, 250
30, 924
14, 021
38, 950
49, 371
13,000

10, 284, 858

59, 952, 285

79,936
16, 475
12,124
370, 028
18, 698
41, 809
111,295
10, 893
9,513

856, 332
497, 927
2, 409, 691
796, 988
1, 773, 767
1,304,850.
1, 059, 837
1, 476, 433
1, 622, 432

5, 281, 786
420,176
2S9, 580
2, 233, 463
575; 742
312.920
460, 969
1,170,690
1, 456, 824

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35, 443, 552
37, 546, 892

April
May
June
. Total for 12 months
July
August
September
October
November
December
1891—January
February
March
April
May
June

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Total for 12 months
July
August
September
October
Noveraber
December
1892—January
February
March
April
,
May
June

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July : . . .
August
September
October
November
December
1893—January
February
March
April
May
June
Total for 12 months-




403,080,983
37, 999, 466
33, 906, 909
36, 783, 335
39, 222,174
28, 678, 675
31,106,165
36, 810, 233
29, 273,173
29, 027, 455
25. 465, 232
27, 289, 306
31.631,850

29, 234,006
26,422, 413
14,641,383

4, 783, 035
9, 021,139
22, 905, 509

297,736, 487

186, 235, 572
190, 544, 854
190, 232, 405

227, 213, 755
228. 336, 445
245, 612, 464

12,163, 412
12,806,810
6, 737, 790
7, 834, 912
6, 874. 864
5, 389. 348
10, 697, 802
10, 685, 586
4, 677, 045
5,207.344
9,177, 337
11,366,996

184, 092, 074
185, 837, 581
147, 981, 732
156,315.624
162,439,381
148, 972, 935
141, 728, 097
149,712,824
148,118,150
141,742,241
133, 207,164
117, 667, 723

234, 069, 918
215, 907, 111
179,120, 347
175,131,439
104, 386, 294
163,242,409
174,983,938
168, 395, 989
163,915,855
161,718,803
158.886,719
153; 893, 809

10, 833, 409 •
14, 467. 265
9,150, 717
5,613,813
5, 528. 073
5, 679, 710
5, 338, 384
4, 716, 987
4, 932, 842
3, 412, 075
4, 821, 028
8, 696, 590

121,113, 024
132,471,409
132. 523. 222
127, 674, 422
129,193, 224
130,740,631
119,574,905
122,122, 113
125, 815. 040
119,909.757
114,231.883
114,342,367

155.783,717
160, 274. 395
144. 987, 969
139,671,919
139.126, 919
134,574,129
131,368,461
132,162, 204
132, 898, 884
131,518,162
126, 005, 887
126, 602, 377

105, 344, 496

36, 694,820
1, 304; 646
32, 624, 992
1,281,917
10, 042, 502
26, 740, 833
35, 690, 721
3, 531, 453
40,460, 338 all, 781, 663
18, 043, 079
13, 063. 086
21,479, 968
15, 330, 265
2J, 445, 669
a 172, 496
29, 062, 737
a 35, 282
23, 791,108
1, 674,124
a 401,021
27. 690, 327
al, 996, 253 ^
33, 628,103

392, 612, 447

355, 372, 685
38,100, 294
19, 537. 484
22, 267, 038
30,650,811
26.156, 048
30, 424, 728
S4,175, 350
25, 962, 726
27,784,217
30, 059, 632
31,732,794
27, 922, 412

a3, 942, 049
9, 236, 497
4, 898, 516
a2, 202, 24'9
646. 840
a2, 778, 212
a3, 791, 871
4,736,219
2, 052, 389
a3, 088, 408
a3, 504, 396
3, 036, 206

354, 937, 784

345, 023, 330

9, 914, 454

34, 314, 356
^ 33, 479, 059
31; 797, 629
31, 288, 540
28, 739, 895
33, 066, 964 •
35, 003, 052
29, 698.142
. 34,115i810
28,415,368
30, 928. 858
30, 717,102

36, 333; 977
31, 440, 254
28,192, 423
31,187,962
29, 640, 778
33,460,000
38, 351, 452
30, 866. 273
31,633,482
33,238,886
30, 210, 787
28,775,469

'a2, 019, 621
2, 038,805
3, 605, 206
100, 578
a 900, 883
a 393, 030
a3, 348, 400
al, 168,131
2,482, 328
a4, 823, 518
718, 071
1,941,633

385,819,629

383, 477, 955

478, 353
280, 902
385, 830

1, 052, 355
288,620
3,731,366

12, 943, 342

17, 274, 491

45, 220
19, 740
12, 650
11, 520
24, 873
31, 954
47, 229
41, 493
66, 399
41,055
2, 288, 479
3, 3.55, 458

1.195. 054
I, 724, 565
1, 425, 632
2, 621, 638
1, 926, 401
6, 033, 013
I, 397, 918
565, 304
614,170
233.318
212, 648
282, 906

11, 860, 029
2,135,853
281, 627
425, 235
567,152
632, 354
728, 246
4,010,146
5,155, 736
14,163,116
30, 580, 760
15, 822, 400

5, 986, 070

37, 239, 762

34,158, 245
28. 773, 981
27; 165. 554
28, 448, 562
26, 802, 888
27, 646, 516
30, 383. 479
30. 698, 945
29, 836, 606
26,971,224
28.228,398
30, 958, 618

19, 464
30,164
11, 987
732, 386

7, 209, 411
9, 892,799
11, 804,190

18, 232, 567

86, 362, 654

1, 835, 912
297,633
242, 820
763, 059
406, 094
317, 966
312,053
476,200
732, 731
696, 726
622,123
2, 422, 526

1, 029, 148
1, 394, 755
7, 451, 428 .
16, 897, 947
8, 871, 717
6,018,851
552.014
2, 826, 962
3, 084, 406
487, 041
591,159
494,026

6, 662, 674
172,168
345, 290
809, 595
381,949
254, 501
246,466
6,507,180
6, 309. 956
7, 521, 823
3,854,222
17,129, 503

9,125, 843
11,918,607
110,444,391
12,191,147
114,156,316
12, 270, 343 119,395,509
6. 094, 592 124, 206,120
6, 597, 293 > 124, 409, 657
11 353,443
121, 266. 663
16, 556, 021 108,181,713
18.676.514
103, 284. 219
19,751,069
106, 892, 224
21,324,574
97,011,330
21,388,384
95, 048, 641
20, 398, 866 ' 95,485,414

127, 0.50, 286
129,152.343
131,895,918
131,011,402
130,328,919
129, 092, 590
125, 265, 067
124.128,089
125,630,728
121,482,903
121. 565,155
122,462,290

2,341.674

a Excess of expenditures.

9. 234, 705
6,140, 874
4,087.799
598.865
698,146
10. 237, 812 '
11,496,617
13, 828, 664
4, 926, 453
20.051,910
16,547,849
4,250,651
102,100, 345

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49, 699,454
542, 440
333,282
1,303,536
3,118,330
2, 577, 212
1, 540, 538
370,843
1,257,539
6, 608, 437
803,985
1,708,557
1,009,682
21,174,381

50,195, 327

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6,049,981
3, 627. 663
484, 250
1,138, 647
12, 879, 727
12, 584, 396
14, 245. 607
8,113, 428
19,148, 964
16; 914, 317
' 2,7n,226

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Expenditures, exclu
Revenues, sive of postal,
exclusive of priucipal of
postal.
debt and
premium.

Month.

1893^July
August
September
October
November
December
1894—January.
February
March
April
May
June

^

.^..
.T..

Total for 12 months
July
August
September
October
November
December —
1895—January
February
March
April
May

1.

June
Total for 12monthsJuly...
August
September
October
November
December
1896—January
February
March




SHOWING T H E R E V E N U E S AND E X P E N D I T U R E S OF T H E GOVERNMENT B Y M O N T H S ,

Surplus
revenues.

$30, 905,776
23, 890, 885
24, 582, 756
24, 553, 395
23, 979. 401
22, 312, 027
24, 082,739
22, 269, 299
24, 842, 798
22, 692, 364
23, 066, 994
26, 485, 926

$39, 075, 889
33, 305, 228
25, 478, 010
29,588,792
31,302,026
30,058, 261
31. 309, 670\
26, 725, 374
31,137,560
32, 072, 836
29, 779,141
25, 557, 021

297, 722, 019

Available Legal-tender
Legal-tender
cash balance,
Net gold
notes
' notes
including
in Treasury.
redeemed
in Treasury.
net gold.
in gold.

367, 525, 280 a69,803,261

34, 809, 340
40, 417, 606
22,621,229
19,139, 240
19, 411, 404
21,866,137
27, 804, 400
22, 888, 057
25, 470. 576
24, 247, 836
25, 272, 078
25, 615, 474
313,390,075
29,069, 698
28,952, 697
27,549,678
27, 901, 748
25, 986, 503
26, 288, 938
29, 237, 670.
26, 059,228
26,041,149

a$8,770,113
a9,414, 343
a895,254
a5, 035. 397
a7, 322, 625
a7, 746, 234
a7, 226, 931
a4, 456, 075
a 6, 294, 762
a9, 380,472
a 6 , 712,147
928,905

al, 839, 243
36, 648, 583
8, 760, 969
31, 656, 637
30, 323, 019
a7. 701, 790
32. 713, 040 al3, 573, 800
28,477,189
a9,065, 785
27,135, 461
a5, 269, 324
34, 523, 447
a6, 719, 047
25, 696, 035
a2, 807,978
25,716,957
a 246, 381
32, 990, 676 a 8, 742, 840
28, 558. 214 a3, 286,136
21, 683, 029
3,932,445
356,195,298
38, 548, 064
32. 588,185
24, 320, 482
34, 503, 425
27,199. 283
25,814,317
32, 529, 341
26,749, 956
27,274, 994

$18,943, 822
13, 899,705
8, 746,951
4, 380, 594
4,890, 567
6,289. 086
4, 682, 696
17. 227, 906
14, 953,122
16, 754,286
29, 445, 979
36, 696, 053

$99, 202, 933 $117, 887, 566
107. 283, 910
96. 209,123
93, 582,172 106, 875, 632
84, 384, 863 102, 294, 291
95,199. 616
82,959, 049
90, 375, 555
80.891,600
84. 082, 098
65, 650,175
138,662,364
106,527,068
133, 950, 026
106,149,136
100, 202, 209 125, 097, 787
78, 693, 267 117, 854, 335
64,873, 025 117, 584, 437

Imports of
gold.

Exports of
gold.

54, 975, 607
55, 216, 900
58, 875, 317
61, 361, 827
105,424, 569
86, 244, 445
44, 705, 967
87,085, 511
90,643,307
91, 247,145
99,151, 409
107, 512, 363

119, 065, 351
127,148, 096
119,919.718
107.340,146
144,507, 606
153, 337, 579
144, 603, 302
178,197, 587
187,917, 260
180, 817, 916
185,370,101
195, 240,153

49, 897, 588
57,647, 881
79.107, 454
77, 520, 347
90,156, 477
106, 264, 654
99,113,271
104, 042,173
112,284, 848

107, 236, 487
100, 329, 837
92, 911, 974
92, 943,180
79, 333. 966
63, 262, 268
49, 845, 508
123, 962, 980
128, 646,461

187,149, 532
184. 039,157
185, 405. 365
179, 947, 999
177, 406, 386
178, 027, 200
171, 591, 780
262,707, 207
271, 641, 748

$1, 036, 015
2, 348. 222
340, 727
695, 392
516, 372
517.418
356,356
19,193.354
3,461,192
7, 666,127
26, 541, 082
22,169, 893

$5, 9.50, 613
41, 572, 031
6, 678, 945
1, 583, 937
4, 471, 575
746,245
705, 647
2,140, 982
1, 091, 392
2, 321, 661
4, 282, 743
903, 348

$174, 212
949,502
1, 436, 862
511,018
331, 743
2, 654, 545
1, 279, 437
3, 209, 317
4,020, 633
11, 723, 771
27,406, 801
23, 280, 220

84,842,150
42, 950, 390
52, 439. 842
53, 756, 428
40, 586, 483
39, 039, 691
63, 284,108
85, 627. 989
84,223, 215
81, 792, 746
69, 736, 082
61,587,457
56,276, 252

a42, 805, 223
a9; 478, 366
a 3, 635, 488
3, 229,196
a 6, 601,677
a 1,212,780
474, 621
a 3, 291, 671
a 690, 728
a 1,233,845

a
X
X

ETC.—Continued.

72, 449,119

76,978,061

13,923, 375
4, 741, 413
936, 518
3, 047, 890
7,799, 747
31,907,221
45,117, 738
5, 560, 952
I,089,085
I, 017, 571
1,166. 492
1, 046,196
117,354,198
3, 826, 795
16, 564,067
17, 377, 484
2,166, 883
16, 034, 590
20, 212, 695
16,448, 508
21, 736, 876
6, 856, 546

1, 406, 629
3,183, 348
055,595
1, 602, 665
1, 935, 601
377, 950
1,231,339
5, 632,197
7,246,384
4,923,371
4,856, 264
2,095, 391

14, 230, 201
5,118, 651
237, 477
1, 082, 814
428, 213
9, 802, 389
25, 929. 828
1, 565,194
3,126, 094
2, 893, 610
1, 585, 071
131, 641

35,146, 784

6,131,183

571, 451
1, 534, 086
749,456
1,797, 040
591, 309
1,310, 448
10,367, 940
11, 559,089
677, 733

3, 867,518
16, 667, 261
17, 424,-065
I, 873,897
14, 059, 497
15, 481, 347
10, 566, 526
2,183, 700

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1896—April.
May-.
June..
T o t a l f o r 12 mon t h s -

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^

July .......
•^
August
CO
September.
October
November..
December..
M 1897—January...
X
-February...
March
April
May..
June
T o t a l for 12 m o n t h s .
July
August
September .
October
November..
December..
1898—January
February...
March
April
May
,
June •
T o t a l f o r 12 m o n t h s .
July
August —
September .
October
November...
* December..
1899—January
F e b r u a r y ..
March
April
,
May
,
J une
,
T o t a l for 12 m o n t h s

24, 282, 893
24, 643, 718
27, 794, 219
326, 976, 200
029, 209
562,097
584,245
282,830
210, 696
857,114
316, 994
400, 997
217, 662
812,135
797,391
584,708

a 4, 704,489
a 3. 782, 875
2, 349,430

28,987, 382
28, 426, 593
25, 444. 789
352,179,446

108, 549, 890
120,993,035
123, 855, 577

125, 393, 900
108, 345, 234
101, 699, 605

270, 090, 662
267,193, 210
267,432, 097

102,125, 226
111, 800, 038
98, 868, 949
96, 535, 206
75, 034, 912
70, 628, 317
48, 509, 678
41. 425, 059
50, 593, 846
53, 480, 533
61,188,187
67, 929,521

110, 718, 746
IOO, 957, 561
124, 034, 672
117,126, 524
131, 510, 353
137, 316, 544
144, 800, 493
148, 661, 209
151,786,464
153, 340, 890
144,319,563
140, 790, 738

256,158, 473
243, 346, 401
241,154, 457
233, 572,762
225, 357, 098
228, 320, 380
215, 362,421
212,837,256
222, 045, 606
228, 090,517
230,113,813
240,137, 627

347,721, 705

365, 774,160
50,100, 909
33, 588, 047
25, 368, 816
33,701, 512
37, 810, 839
27, 634, 092
36, 696, 711
26, 599, 256
31, 882, 444
44, 314, 062
47, 849, 909
47, 852, 282

a 11, 073, 545
a 14, 564,432
a 3,435,718
a 9 , 310, 097
5,552, 766
32, 012, 606
636, 917
1, 973,102
I, 076, 307
a l l , 301,119
a 17, 775, 091
al4,342,969

3,782, 266
19.103, 913
6, 915,066

31,720, 487

112, 309,136

17, 285, 078
12,369,725
4, 661, 446
12, 073, 835
062, 410
1,131, 846
946, 068
924,124
1, 249, 329
7, 502, 008
8, 882, 600
7,113, 445

1, 505, 928
4, 057,101
34,159,130
27,961,083
7, 344, 228
2,567,115
556, 621
544, 700
884,166
619, 452
561, 666
650, 343

11, 908,141
1, 970,104
61, 050
343,168
423, 399
405,856
371, 944
336, 697
572, 068
6, 629,406
9,467,211
7,625,678

78, 201, 914

81, 411, 533

40,114, 722

5, 275,143
3,116,276
2, 742,173
2, 096, 301
2,110, 416
2,019, 399
1,209, 916
1, 635, 813
1, 583, 770
v 1,155, 907
.
548, 997
903,852

592,197
4, 376, 395
4, 289, 423
11,351,766
2, 545, 018
2,110, 013
5, 716, 776
5, 329,109
30, 214, 745
32, 345,138
13,118,634
3,184, 774

5,460, 119
1, 983, 588
142, 922
311,671
699, 340
573,538
2, 656,195
1, 030, 412
658, 834
1, 323, 624
109,157
375, 529

a 18, 052, 455

39,027, 364
19, 023, 615
21,933, 098
24, 391,415
43, 363, 605
59, 646, 698
37, 333, 628
28, 572, 358
32, 958, 751
33,012. 943
30, 074, 818
33, 509, 313

1,119, 768
-604,498
837, 669

158, 655, 956

a 2 5 , 203, 246

42, 088,468 a 13, 059, 259
35,701, 677 a l 0 , 1 3 9 , 5 8 0
26, 579, 535 a l , 995, 290
33, 978, 277 a 7 , 695, 447
33, 260, 720 a 8 , 0 5 0 , 024
23,812,665
2, 044, 449
30, 269, 389 a 5 , 952, 395
28, 796, 057 a 4 , 3 9 5 , 0 6 0
27,212,998
9, 004, 664
32, 072, 097
5, 740, 038
29,109, 259
688.132
22, 934, 695
13, 650, 013

7,130,618
22, 039, 547
8, 261, 347

405, 321, 335
43, 847,109
41, 782, 708
39,778, 070
39, 630, 051
38, 900, 915
41,404,794
41, 774, 930
37, 979, 333
57, 030, 240
41,611,587
44, 786, 014
47,126, 915
515,960,620

64; 306.457
58, 500, 670
63,578, 689
46,952, 343
38, 974, 898
43, 789, 433
28, 617, 220
40, 291, 680
45, 381, 277
34, 820, 008
31, 692,454
36, 605. 387

140, 817, 699
144, 216, 377
147,663,105
153, 573,147
157, 363,851
160, 911,547
164, 236, 793
167,623,182
174, 584,136
181,238,137
171,818,055
167, 004, 410

233, 016,457
218, 561, 207
215,192, 787
207, 756,100
220, 663, 560
235,474, 769
223, 871, 786
225, 564, 204
226,166, 944
215,810, 622
195, 754,815
205, 657, 571

24, 397, 963

443, 368, 583 a 38, 047, 248
74,263. 475
56, 260, 718
54, 223, 921
53, 982, 277
49, 090. 981
41, 864, 808
51,122, 771
43, 918, 929
42, 978, 571
65,949,106
40, 513, 005
31, 382,762
605, 072,18

a
a
a
a
a

30, 416, 366
14, 478,010
14, 445,851
14, 352, 226
10, 190, 066
a 460, 014
a 9, 347, 841
a 5, 939, 596
14, 051, 669
a 24, 337, 519
4, 273, 009
15, 744, 153
a 89,111,500

51, 099, 556
58, 345, 061
39, 230, 848
21,587,896
16,166, 768
15,380, 807
16,856,385
16, 577. 439
14, 705,478
14,317,850
15,169, 090
16,191,155

189, 444, 714
217,904,485
243, 297, 543
239, 885,162
241, 663, 444
246,529,176
228, 652. 341
231,124, 638
245,413,707
246,140,226
228, 415, 238
240, 737, 212

-

115,173, 988

15, 324, 929

4, 091, 067
613,762
443, 871
347, 578
653, 253
2, 674, 754
4, 237, 722
3,001,905
2, 343, 753
1, 781, 270
2, 725, 378
2, 737, 952
25, 652, 265

Pi

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84, 280, 674

37, 507, 771

a E x c e s s of e x p e n d i t u r e s .
N O T E . — T h e r e v e n u e s a n d e x p e n d i t u r e s b y m o n t h s a r e m a d e u p from p a r t i a l r e p o r t s , a n d , b e i n g s u b j e c t t o c h a n g e b y s u b s e q u e n t c o n c e n t r a t i o n of a c c o u n t s , do n o t a g r e e
with t h e totals by y e a r s . T h e latter-are t h e a c t u a l results, as shown by complete r e t u r n s .
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REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.

T A B L E J . — S T A T E M E N T OF THE N E T DISBURSEMENTS ( B Y WARRANTS) DURING THE
F I S C A L Y E A R ENDED J U N E 30, 1899.
CIVIL.
$4, 827, 303.49
12, 061,141.12
6, 281. 525.66
164, 634.17
446,163. 93
648,744.59
263. 036. 47

Congress. • •
•
Executive
Judiciary
Government in the Territories.
Subtreasuries
Public land offices
Mints and assay offices

$24, 692, 549.43
FOEEIGN INTEECOUESE.

Diplomatic salaries
Consular salaries
-Contingent expenses of foreign missions
Contingencies of consulates
National defense
Treaty obligations between the United States and Spain in 1898
Eeliet, protection, and rescuing shipwrecked American seamen
Survey and examination of the Nicaragua Canal
International "Union of American Eepublics
Pay of consular officers for services to American vessels and seamen.
Emergencies arising in the diplomatic and consular service
International Exposition at Paris..."
Canadian Commission
Miscellaneous trust funds
.,
Miscellaneous items

448, 677. 95
704, 508.38
124, 559. 92
234, 302.44
222, 931. 34
20,000, 000.00
• 24, 864.45
112, 904.80
35, 999.80
24, 450.49
54, 967. 23
208, 714.46
39, 223.82
251, 503.79
136, 410.93
22,624 019.80

MISCELLANEOUS.
Public printing and binding
Building, Government Printing Office
:
Building, Library of Congress
Payment of judgments. Court of Claims
Contingent expenses, independent treasury
Mint establishment
Assessing and collecting internal revenue
Paner for internal-revenue stamps
.:
Eederaptibn of internal-revenue stamps
Punishing violations of internal-revenue laws
Eefunds, reliefs, etc., under internal-revenue laws
Allowance or drawback under internal-revenue laws
Collecting revenue from customs:
For the year 1899
$7,180,495.62
For prior years.:
:
181, 067f 21
Detection and prevention of frauds upon the custom s
revenue
90, 096.30
Eepayment to importers excess of deposits
Debentures and drawbacks under customs laws
Eevenue-Cutter Service
Life-Saving Service
Marine-Hospital Establishment
Light-House Establishment
Expenses of regulating immigration
Salaries, shipping service
Services to American vessels
Supplies for native inhabitants of Alaska
,
Enforcement of alien contract-labor laws
Enforcement of Chinese exclusion act
Eevenue vessels
Engraving and printing
Coast and Geodetic Survey
Steamboat-Inspection Service
Custom-houses, post-offices, court-houses, etc
P.ay of assistant custodians and janitors of public buildings.
Fuel, lights, and water for public buildings
Furniture and heating apparatus for public buildings
Vaults, safes, locks, and plans for public buildings
Distinctive paper for United States securities
Expense's of Treasury notes
Transportation and recoinage of coin
Preventing the spread of epidemic diseases
.Suppressing counterfeiting and other crimes
Interstate Commerce Comniission
:..
Expenses under Smithsonian Institution
National Museum •.
National Zoological Park
Fish Commission, general expenses
French spoliation claims
:.,.
Claims allowed under Bowman and Tucker acts
National Export Exposition at Philadelphia
Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition at Omaha . . .
Expenses, loan of I8b8
National defense. Treasury Department




3, 926, 784.14
197, 028.06
6, 000.00
2, 220, 253. 92
153, 521. 32
1, 225, 234.45
4, 227, 460. 87
• 51, 321. 35
33, 164. 74
71, 760.83
68, 951.09
27, 175.99

7, 451, 659.13
3,637, 799.90
3,991, 200.05
1,040, 594.64
1, 528, 895. 39
788, 043.21
3,118, 833.50
263, 079.06
55, 185. 03
23, 297.17
17, 930.94
88, 396. 64
89, 084. 51
206, 156.35
1,612, 926.18
659, 412.43
331, 678. 33
3, 861, 194. 30
939, 921. 37
851, 295.72
442, 193.03
31, 323.64
96, 695. 52
137, 650. 05
375, 524. 36
272, 085.70
90, 945.43
240, 799. 80
134, 424. 54
235, 389.45
63, 141.12
433, 211.42
880, 034.12
1, 413, 040.40
350, 000.00
82, 774.35
232, 529.70
145, 008.09

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TABLE J . — S T A T E M E N T OF T H E N E T DISBURSEMENTS (BY' WARRANTS) DURING T H E
FISCAL YEAR ENDED J U N E 30, 1899—Continued.
District of Columbia:
General expenses
$6,401,444.13
Water department, payable from the water fund-,-.
204, 603. 58
Special trust funds
128, 991.45
^
$6,735,039.16
Buildings and grounds in Washington under Chief Engineer
163, 719.53
Fuel, lights, etc., State, War, and Navy Department building
44,996. 64
Care, maintenance, etc., of Washington Monument
:.
II, 500.08
Increasing water supply, Washington, D. 0
_
162, 500. 67
Support and treatment of destitute patients
19, 000. 08
Prevention of deposits in New York Harbor
60,933.82
Statue of Gen. W. T. Sherman
.'...
20,500. 00
• Photolithograpbing for the Patent Office
85,449.28
Official Gazette. Patent Office
_
108, 357.40
Surveying public lands •
_
• 273,155. 62
Eesurveying Chickasaw lands
24,000.00
Protecting forest reserves
128, 516.02
Surveying forest reserves
153,420.36
.Contingent expenses of land offices
149, 019.59
Geological Survey
493, 330.80
Geological maps of the United States
59, 876.43
Surveying within land grants
27, 509. 26
Protecting public lands, timber, etc...."
113,820. 24
Eepayment for lands erroneously sold
37.738. 91
Deposits by indiA^iduals for surveying public lauds
84,437.45
Hot Springs Eeservation, Arkansas
22, 597. 88
Classification of certain mineral lands in Montana and Idaho
34, 330. 61
Five, three, and two per cent funds to States
35, 078. 07
Government Hospital fo.r the Insane
.-.
366,109.85
Columbia Institution for the Deaf and Dumb
59, 500. 00
Howard University
,
33, 600. 00
Garfield Hospital
19, 000. 00
Expenses ofthe Twelfth Census
50,000.00
Capitol building and grounds
171. 401. 60
Interior Department building
6, 999. 85
Colleoes for agriculture and the mechanic arts
1,152, 000. 00
Deficiency in the postal revenues
8, 211,570. 08
Mail transportation. Pacific railroads
587, 545.31
Eefunds and reliefs, Post-Office Department
54, 271.13
Department of Agriculture
2,454,314.10
Weather Bureau
1,039, 060. 60
Miacellaneous items
198.474.92
71,874,686.67
INTEEIOE DEPAETMENT.
Indians
12,805,711.14'
Pensions
139,394,929. 07
152, 200, 640. 21
M I I J T A E Y ESTABLISHMENT.
National Defense
' 8,889, 291.81
Emergency fund
3,000, 000.00
Pay Department
•
69,297, 088. I I
Pay Department, bounty and miscellaneous
291, 491.31
Extra pay, Eegular Army, war with Spam
'..
665, 000.00
Extra pay, Volunteers, war with Spain
2,340, 000.00
Commissary Department
17, 2037 367.99
Quartermaster's Department
81, 591, 362.59
National cemeteries, roads, etc
191, 507.19
Medical Department
2,063, 066. 78
Artificial limbs
,. ^
123, 217. 08
Ordnance Department .1
.'
9,893, 409.69
Armories and arsenals
412,136. 38
Armament of fortifications
5, 265, 476.14
Gun and mortar batteries
3,825, 641.55
Military Academy
'.
161, 771.89
Fortifications, etc
1, 215,096.04
Improving rivers and harbors
16, 082, 347.63
Contingencies of the Army
52,493,23
Military telegraph and cable lines, M.
"
174, 000.00
Signal Service of the Army
378,419.14
Construction of military posts, roads, etc
......._
352,919.12
Publication of Official Eecords ofthe War of the Eebellion
I...
99,204. 37
Support of Soldiers' Home.
87. 838, 23
Soldiers' Home, permanent fund and interest account
222, 305.74
State or Territorial Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers
1, 032, 345.07
Support of National Homes for Disabled 7olunteer Soldiers
3,055, 783.18
Chickamauga aud Chattanooga National Park
98,752.10
Shiloh National Park
55, 096.84
Yellowstone National Park
45,138.17
Gettysburg National Park
50,000.00
Eeimbursing States and Territories for expense sof raising troops,
war with Spain
•.
1, 281, 878. 07
Bringing home remains of officers and soldiers who die abroad
208,415. 60
Eeliefs and reimbursements
114,105.71
Miscellaneous items
,
21, 287. 72
229, 841, 254.47




CXXXII

REPORT

ON T H E FINANCES.

T A B L E J.—STATEMENT OF T H E N E T DISBURSEMENTS ( B Y WARRANTS) DURING T H E
FISCAL YEAR ENDED J U N E 30, 1899—Continued.
NAVAL ESTABLISHMENT.
National Defense
Emergency fund
Pay, etc., of the Navy
,.
Pay, miscellaneous
Deposit fund
Contiugent, Navy
'
Marine Corps
NavalAcademy
Navigation
Ordnance
Equipment
Yard s and Docks
Medicine and Surgery
Supplies and Accounts
Construction aiid Eepair
Steam Engineering
Increase of the Navy
Navy transportation, Pacific railroads
General account of advances.
Vessels for auxiliary naval force
Eelief of sufferers by destruction of the U. S. S. Maine
Miscellaneous items and reliefs

:

1

$6,197,701.02
3,856,263.95
II, 410,983. 70
516, 050.80
144,808.62
7,215. 53 •
1,830,463.57
286,170.05
292, 372.45
4, 271,101.46
4, 682, 491. 03
2,449,408.54
340,441.61
5, 703, 607.97
7,371,269.70
3,445, 043.35
10,277,217.89
16,016.05
118,624.69
373,834.97
34,074.73
• 316,942.57

Interest on the public debt

$63,942,104.25
39,896,925.02

Total net ordinary expenditures
Eedemption of the public debt
.^

605, 072,179.85
341,149,968.98

'
Total expenditures
Balance in the Treasury Juue 30,1899
Grand total




946,222,148. 83
867, 980, 559.46
1,814,202,708.29




CXXXIV

REPORT ON THE FINANCES.

T A B L E K. —STATEMENT OF R E C E I P T S OF T H E U N I T E D STATES FROM M A R C H 4, 1789,
J U N E 30) FROM

i
o

[S
1791
1792
1793
1794
1795
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
1843a
1844
1845
1846
1847
1848
1859
1850
1851
1852
1853
1854
1855
1856
1857
1858
1859
1860
1861
1862
1863
1864
1865

1 Balance in
the Treasury at
commencem e n t of year.

Customs.

Internal revenue.

Direct tax.

Publiciands. Miscellaneous.

$4, 399, 473. 09
3,443,070.85
$208," 942." si
$973,'905.'75
4, 255, 306.56
783, 444. 51
337, 705. 70
4,801, 065. 28
274, 089. 62
753, 661. 69
5, 588. 461. 26
1,151, 924.17
337,755. 36
475, 289. 60
516,' 442. 61
6, 567, 987. 94
7,549, 649. 65
575, 491. 45
888, 995. 42
7; 106, 061.93
644, 357. 95
1, 021, 899. 04
6, 610, 449. 31
779,136. 44
617 451 43
9, 080, 932.73
809, 396. 55""$734," 223." 97
2,161, 867.77
10, 750, 778. 93
1,048,033. 43
2,623,311.99
534,343. 38
12,438, 235.74
3,295,391 00
621,898. 89
206, 565. 44
10, 479, 417. 61
215,179. 69
5, 020, 697 64
71, 879. 20
11, 098, 565. 33
50,941.29
50,198. 44
4, 825, 811 60
12.936, 487. 04
21, 882. 91
4,037,005 26
21. 747.15
20,101.45
55,763.86
3, 999, 388. 99 14, 667, 698.17
34, 732. 56
13, 051. 40
4, 538,123. 80 15, 845, 521. 61
9; 643, 850. 07 16, 363, 550. 58
8,190. 23
19,159. 21
7, 257, 506. 62
4, 034. 29
9, 941, 809.96
7,517.31
8, 583, 309. 31
12, 448. 68
3, 848, 056. 78
7, 430. 63
2, 672, 276. 57 13, 313, 222. 73
7, 666. 66
2, 295.95
8,958, 777. 53
859.22
4,903. 06
3, 502, 305.80
3, 805. 52
4, 755. 04
3, 862, 217. 41 13, 224, 623.25
5, 998, 772.08
1, 662, 984. 82 2, 219,497. 36
5,196, 542. 00
7, 282, 942. 22
4, 678, 059. 07 2,162, 673. 41
1, 727, 848. 63
5,124, 708. 31 4, 253, 635. 09
13,106, 592. 88 36, 306, 874. 88
26, 283, 348.49
2, 678,100. 77 1, 834,187. 04
22, 033, 519.19
955, 270.20
264, 333. 36
17,176,385.00
14, 989, 465.48
229, 593. 63
83,650.78
1, 478, 526. 74 20, 283, 608.76
15, 005, 612.15
106, 260. 53
31, 586. 82
2,079, 992. 38
13,004,447.15
29, 349. 05
69, 027.63
1,198, 461. 21
20, 961. 56
67, 665. 71
I, 681, 592. 24 17, 589, 761.94
34, 242.17
10, 337.71
4, 237, 427. 55 19, 088, 433.44
6,20L96
34,663.37
9, 463, 922. 81 17,878, 325. 71
2, 330. 85
20, 098, 713.45
25,771.35
1, 946, 597.13
23,341,331.77
6, 638.76
21,589.93
5, 201, 650.43
19, 712, 283. 29
19, 885. 68
2, 626. 90
6, 358, 686.18
17,451. 54
2,218.81
6, 668, 286.10 23, 205, 523.64
14, 502. 74
11, 335. 05
5, 972, 435. 81 22, 681, 965. 91
16, 980. 59
21,922, 391. 39
12,160. 62
5,755, 704.79
10, 506. 01
6, 933. 51
6, 014, 539.75 24, 224, 441.77
6, 791.13
28, 465, 237. 24
11,630. 65
4,502, 914. 45
394.12
2, 759.00
2. Oil, 777. 55 29, 032, 508. 91
16, 214, 957.15
4,196. 09
19. 80
11, 702, 905.31
4, 263. 33
19, 391, 310. 59
10,459.48
8, 892, 858.42
728.79
23,409, 940.53
370.00
26, 749, 803.96
5,493. 84
-1, 687. 70
11,169, 290.39
46,708, 436.00
2,467.27
37, 327, 252. 69 16,158, 800. 36
23,137, 924.81
2, 553. 32
755.'22
36, 891,196.94
1, 682. 25
33,157, 503. 68 13,499, 502.17
3,261. 36
14,487, 216.74
29, 963.163. 46
18,187, 908. 76
495. 00
28, 685,111.08
103 25
7, 046; 843. 91
3oi 521,' 979! 44
26,183, 570.94
39,186,284.74
1,777! 34
36, 742, 829.62
3, 517.12
27, 528,112. 70
36,194, 274. 81
2, 897. 26
26, 712, 667.87
38, 261, 959. 65 23, 747, 864. 66
375.00
33, 079, 276.43
31, 757, 070.96
375.00
29, 416, 612.45
28, 346, 738. 82
32,827, 082. 69
39, 668, 686.42
35, 871, 753. 31 49, 017, 567. 92
40,158, 353. 25 47, 339, 326 62
43, 338, 860. 02 58,° 931, 865. 52
50, 261, 901. 09 64,224,190 27
48, 591, 073.41
53,025,794 21
47, 777, 672.13
64,022, 863 50
49,108, 229.80
63, 875, 905. 05
46, 802, 855. 00 41,789, 620. 96
35,113,334.22
49,565, 824. 38
53,187, 511. 87
33,193, 248.60
39, 582, 125. 64
32,979,530.78
'"i,'795,33i."73
30, 963, 857. 83 49.056, 397. 62
46, 965, 304.87
69, 059, 642.40"""""37," 640," 787.'95 1, 48.5,103. 61
109,741,134.10
475, 648. 96
36, 523, 046.13 102, 316,152.99
209, 464, 215. 25 1,200,573.03
84,928,260.60
134,433, 738.44




^

$4, 836.13
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, 548. 82
1,040, 237. 53
710, 427. 78
^ 835, 655.14
1,135, 971. 09
I, 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
984, 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, 818. 63
1, 365, 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 56
li 688! 959! 55
I, 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
167, 617.17
588,333. 29
996, 553.31

$10, 478.10
9, 918. 65
. 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, 649.15
1, 500, 505. 86
131, 945.44
139,075.53
40, 382. 30
51,121. 86
38, 550.42
21, 822.85
62,162. 57
84,476.84
59, 211. 22
126,165.17
271, 571. 00
164, 399. 81
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
I, 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, 419.70
361, 453. 68
289^ 950.13
220, 808. 30
612, 610. 69
685' 379 13
2, 064, 308. 21
1,185,'166 il
464, 249 40
988,081 17
1,105, 352.74
827,731 40
1,116,190 81
1,259,920 88
I, 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

a For the half year from

SECRETARY OF T H E
TO J U N E 30,
THAT TIME.

1899,

BY CALENDAR YEARS TO

Dividends. Net ordinary Interest.
receipts.

1791
1792
$8, 028. 00
1793
38, 500.00
1794
303, 472. 00
1795
160, 000. 00
1796
160,000.09
1797
80, 960. 00
1798
79, 920. 00
1799
71, 040. 00
1800
71, 040.00
88,800. 00
1801
1802
39, 960. 00
1803
1804
1805
1806
1807.
1808
1809
1810
1811
1812
1813
1814
1815
1816
1817
202, 426. 30
1818
525, 000. 00
1819
675, 000. 00
1820 1, 000,000. 00
1821
105,"000. 00
297, 500. 00
1822
350, 000. 00
1823
350, 000. 00
1824
367, 500. 00
1825
402, 500. 00
1826
420, 000. 00
1827
455, 000. 00
1828
490, 000. 00
1829
490, 000. 00
1830
490, 000. 00
1831
490, 000. 00
1832
474, 985. 00
1833
234, 349.50
1834
506, 480. 82
1835
292, 674.67
1836
1837
1838
1839
1840
1841
1842
1843a
1844
1845
1846
1847
1848
1849
1850
1851
1852
1853
1854
1855
1856
1857
1858
18.59
1860
1861
1862
1863
1864
1865

409, 951.
669, 960.
652, 923.
431, 904.
114, 534.
377, 529.
688, 780.
900, 495.
546, 813.
848, 749.
935, 330.
995, 793.
064, 097.
826, 307.
560, 693.
559, 931.
398, 019.
060, 661.
773, 473.
384, 214.
422, 634.
801, 132.
340, 409.
181, 625.
696, 916.
676, 985.
099, 049.
585, 171.
603, 374.
840, 669.
573, 379.
232, 427.
540, 666.
381, 212,
840, 858,
260, 434,
966, 363.
763, 629.
827, 627.
844, 116.
526, 820.
867, 450.
948, 426.
791, 935.
430, 087.
826, 796.
954, 153.
302, 561.
482, 749.
480, 115.
860, 160.
976, 197.
231, 001.
320, 707.
970, 105.
699, 967.
467, 403.
628, 699.
721, 077.
592, 888.
555, 039.
846. 815.
587, 031.
800, 341.
350, 574.
056, 699.
965, 312.
655, 365.
777, 107.
054, 599.
476, 299.
919, 261.
094, 945.
412, 971.
031, 158.

J a n u a r y 1 t o J u n e 30, 1843.




$4, 800. 00
42,800. 00
78, 675.00
10,125.00

300. 00
85.79
11, 541. 74
68, 665.16
267,819.14
412. 62

TREASURY.

1843

AND

CXXXV

B Y F I S C A L YEARS ( E N D E D

Eeceipts
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.
8.179,170.
12, 546, 813.
12,413, 978.
12,945, 455.
14, 995, 793.
I I , 064, 097.
I I , 826, 307.
13,560, 693.
15, 559, 931.
16, 398, 019.
17,060, 661.
7,773,473,
2, 750, 000. 00 12,134, 214.
14, 422, 634.
12,837, 900. 00 22, 639, 032.
40,524,844.
26,184, 135.00
23, 377,826. 00 34, 559, 536.
50,961,237.
2,107. 64 35, 220,671.40
686. 09
9,425, 084. 91 57,171, 421.
466, 723. 45 33, 833, 592.
8, 353. 00 21, 593, 936.
2, 291. 00 24, 605, 665.
20, 881, 493.
40, 000. 00
3, 000,824.13
5, 000,324. 00 19, 573, 703.
20, 232, 427.
20, 540, 666.
5, 000,000.00
24, 381, 212.
5,000, 000.00
26, 840, 858.
25, 260,434.
22, 966, 363.
24, 763, 629.
24, 827. 627.
24,844,11.6.
28, 526, 820.
31, 867, 450.
33, 948, 426.
21, 791, 935.
35, 430, 087.
50, 826, 796.
2, 992, 989.15
27, 947,142.
12, 716, 820,
39, 019, 382.
35. 340, 025.
3, 857, 276. 21
5, 589, 547. 51
25. 069, 662.
30, 519, 477.
13, 659, 317.38
34, 784, 932.
14, 808, 735. 64
20, 782, 41.0.
12,479, 708. 36
71, 700. i
31,198, 555.
666. (
1,877, 181.35
29, 970,105.
29, 699, 967,
28, 365. 91
55, 368,168,
28, 872, 399. 45
56, 992, 479.
37,080.00
21, 256, 700.00
750. 00
59, 796, 892,
487,065.48
28, 588,
47, 649, 388,
10, 550. 00
4,045, 950.00
52,762, 704,
4, 264. 92
203, 400. 00
49,893,115,
. 46, 300. 00
61, 603, 404,
22.50
16, 350. 00
73, 802, 343,
2, 001. 67
800. 00
65.351,374.
200. 00
74, 056, 899.
68, 969, 212,
3, 900.00
70,372,665,
23,717, 300. ao
81, 773,965,
709, 357.72
28, 287, 500. 00
76, 841, 407,
10, 008. 00
20,-776, 800.00
83, 371, 640.
33, 630.90
41,861, 709. 74
68,400. 00 .529, 692, 460. 50 581,680,121
602, 345.44 776, 682, 361. 57 889, 379, 652.
21,174,101. 01 1,128,873. 945.36 393,461, 017,
11, 683, 446. 89 1,472,224, 740.85 805,939; 345.

Unavailable.

391. 34
5,102, 498.45
I, 797,272. 01
4, 007,950. 78
3, 396,424. 00
320, 000. 00
70, 000. 00
200, 000.00
000. 00
5, 000,
1, 565,229.24

63, 288. 35
1,458, 782. 93
•61, 469.25
11,188.00
28, 251. 90
'so,'OOO." 00

103, 301. 37

15, 408. 34
11,110. 81
6, 000. 01
9, 210.40
6. 095. I I

REPORT ON T H E

CXXXVI

FINANCES.

TABLE K . — S T A T E M E N T OF THE R E C E I P T S OF THE U N I T E D
Balance in
the Treasury at
commencement of year,

Customs.

internalrevenue.

Direct tax.

1866
1867

$33, 933,657.89 $179, 046, 651. 58
160,817,099. 73 176, 417, 810.

$309,226, 813.42 $1, 974, 754.12
266, 027, 537.43 4, 200, 233. 70

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
1897
1898
1899

198,076,437.09
158, 936,082. 87
183, 781,986. 76
177, 604,116.51
138, 019.122.15
134, 666,001. 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
374,189. 081
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
846, 093,349. 62
864, 790.237. 71
775, 751,368.11

164, 464, 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
130,17U, 680.20
137,250, 047. 70
186,522, 064. 60
198, 159, 676. 02
220, 4 VO, 730.25
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, 83^, 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
176, 554, 126. 65
149, 575, 062. 35
206,128, 481. 75

191, 087,589. 41 1, 788,145.85
158, 356,460.86
765, 685. 61
184, 899,756. 49
229,-102.88
143, 098,153. 63
580, 355. 37
130, 642,177. 72
113, 729,314.14
315, 254. 51
102, 409,784. 90
110, 007,493.58
116, 700,732. 03 "93," 798." 80
118, 630,407.83
110, 581,624. 74
113, 561,610. 58
124, 009,373.92
30.85
135,264, 385. 51
1, 516. 89
146,497, 595.45
160,141. 69
144,720, 368.98
108,156.
121, 586,072. 51
70, 720, 75
112, 498,725.54
116, 805,936.48
108, 239.94
118, 823,391.22
32, 892. 05
124,296, 871. 98
1,565. 82
130, 881,513. 92
142, 606,705.81
145, 686,249.44
153, 971,072. 57
161, 027,-623. 93
147, 111.232. 81
143, 421,672. 02
146, 762,864. 74
146, 688,574.29
170, 900,641.49
273, 437,161. 51

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
I, 413,640.17
1,129, 466. 95
976, 253. 68
743.37
1, 079,
924, 781.00
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
9,254, 286. 42
II, 202,017. 23
8,038, 651.79
6, 358,272. 51
4, 029,535.41
875.58
3, 261,
3,182. 089. 78
1,673, 637.30
1,103, 347.16
1, 005,523. 43
864, 581.41
I, 243,129. 42
1, 678,246. 81

17,745, 403. 59
13, 997,338. 65
12, 942,118. 30
22, 093,541.21
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. 89
24, 014,055. 06
20, 989,527.86
26, 005,814. 84
24, 674,446.10
24, 297,151.44
24,447, 419. t4
23, 374,457. 23
20, 251,871. 94
18, 254, 1.34
17,118,618. 52
16, 706,438. 48
19,186, 060. 54
23,614, 422.81
83,602, 501.94
34, 716,730.11

8,108,150, 931. 76 "5,455,081,640.97 28,131, 990. 32 294, 518, 072.41 924, 322, 845. 38




a A m o u n t heretofore credited to t h e T r e a s u r e r as

SECRETARY OF T H E TREASURY.

CXXXVII

STATES FROM MARCH 4, 1789, TO J U N E 30, 1899, ETC.—Continued.

Dividends.

1866
1867

N e t ordinary
Interest.
receipts.

$519,949, 564.38
462, 846, 679.92

Premiums.

Eeceipts
from l o a n s a n d G r o s s r e c e i p t s .
Treasury
notes.

Unavailable.

$38,083, 055. 68 $712, 851, 553. 05 $1,270,884,173. I I $172, 094. 29
27, 787, 330. 35 640, 426, 910. 29 1,131,060,920. 56 721, 827. 93
12,675,918.19

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
1897
1898
1899

376,434, 453.
357,188, 256.
395,959, 833.
374,431, 104.
364,694, 229.
322,177, 673.
299, 941, 090.
284, 020, 771.
290, 066, 584.
281, 000, 642.
257,446, 776,
272, 322, 136.
333, 526, 500.
360, 782, '292.
403, 525, 250.
398,287, 581.
348,519, 869.
323, 690, 706.
336', 439, 727.
371,403, 277.
379, 266, 074.
387,050, 058.
403, 080, 982.
392, 612, 447.
354, 937. 784.
385, 819, 628.
297, 722, 019.
313, 390, 075.
326, 976, 200.
347,721, 705.
405, 321, 335.
515, 960, 620.

625, 111, 433.20 030,749,516.
238, 678, 081. 06 609, 621, 828.
285,474, 496. 00 696,729, 973.
268, 768, 523.47| 652, 092,468.
305, 047, 054. 00; 679,153, 921,
214,931, 017.00 548, 669, 221,
439, 272, 535. 46 744, 251.291,
387, 971, 556. 00 675, 971, 607.
397,455, 808.00 691, 551, 673.
348, 871, 749.00 630, 278,167.
404, 581, 201. 00 662, 345, 079.
792, 807, 643.00 066, 634, 827.
211, 814, 103.00 545,340,713.
113, 750, 534.00 474, 532, 826.
120, 945, 724. 00| 524, 470, 974.
555, 942, 564.06| 954, 230,145.
206, 877, 886. 00 555, 397,755.
245,196, 303.00 568, 887, 009.
116, 314, 850. ool 452, 754, 577.
154, 440, 900. OOl 525, 844,177.
285, 016, 650.00 664, 282, 724.
245, 111, 350.00 632,161, 408."
245, 293, 650.00 648, 374, 632.
373, 208, 857. 75 765. 821, 305.
381, 463. 512.00 736, 401, 296.
347, 051, 586. 00' 732, 871, 214.
8,633,295.71 417, 651, 223. 501 724, 006. 538.
11.339,344.621 395. 787, 205. 50! 720, 516, 625.
11,166, 246.41 482, 710, 363. 50! 820, 852, 810.
389. 930, 220. 00; 737, 65\, 925.
333, 227, 920. 00 738, 549, 255.
522, 490, 720. 00,1 , 038, 451, 340.

,.629. 50|
29, 203,13, 755, 491.12
15, 295, 643. 761
8, 892. 839. 95
9, 412, 637. 65|
11, 560, 530. 891
5, 037, 665. 221
3, 979, 279. 69
4, 029, 280. 58
405, 776. 58
317, 102. 30|
1,505, 047. 63
110. 00

'a 2," 070." 73"
a3.396.18
a 18, 228. 35
a 3, 047. 80
12, 691. 40

al,500.00
47, 097. 65

a73Lll

.$9,720,136.29 14,819,925,617.13 $485,224.45 235, 398,107. 57 16,529,705,727.09J31,585,514,676.24| 2,714,730.71
unavailable a n d since recovered and charged t o his account.




R E P O R T ON T H E

CXXXVIIl

FINANCES.

T A B L E L . — S T A T E M E N T OF E X P E N D I T U R E S OF T H E U N I T E D STATES FROM M A R C H 4,
J U N E 30) FROM

War.

Year.

1791..
1792 .
1793..
1794..
• 1795..
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 a
1844..
1845..
1846..
1847..
1848..
1849..
1850..
1851..
1852..
1853..
1854..
1855..
1856-.
1857..
1858..
1859..
I860..
1861..
1862..
1863..
1861..

$632, 804. 03
1,100, 702.091
1,130, 249.08
2, 639,097. 59
2, 480,910.13
1,260, 263.84
1, 039,402.46
2, 009,522. 30
2,466, 946. 98
2,560, 878.77
i, 672,944.08
1,179, 148. 25
822, 055. 85
875, 423. 93
781. 28
^ 712,
1, 224,355. 38
1,288, 685. 91
2, 900,834.40
3, 345,772.17
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
4.461, 291. 78
3, 111,981.48
8, 096,924.43
3,340, 939.85
3,659, 914.18
3,943, 194. 37
3, 948,977.88
4,145, 544. 56
4,724, 291. 07
4, 767, 128.88
4, 841,835.55
5,446, 034.88
6, 704,019.10
5, 696,189. 38
5,759, 156.89
11, 747, 345. 25
13, 682,730.80
12,897, 224.16
8, 916,995. 80
7,095, 267. 23
8, 801,610.24
' 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, 558,473. 26
9, 687,024.58
12,161,965. II
8, 521,506.19
9,910,498. 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
690,391:048. 66




Navy.

$61,, 408.97
.
410,, 562. 03
I
274,, 784. 04
:
.382,, 631. 89
1
.
1, 381! 347. 76
;
,
2, 858, 081. 84
1
,
3, 448, 716.03
,
2, 111, 424. 00
1
915,, 561. 87
,
1,215, 230. 53
I 832. 75
,
I,
•
,
1, 597, 500. 00
,
1,649, 641.44
,
1,722, 064.47
, 067. 80
1,
'
2,427,, 758. 80
,
1,654, 244. 20
,
1, 965, 566. 39
,365.15
3, 959,
!
,
6, 446, 600.10
7,311, 290.60
,
8,660, 000. 25
i
,
3, 908, 278. 30
3; 314, 598. 49
2,953, 695. 00
,
3, 847, 640.42
,
4, 387, 990. 00
I 243. 06
,
3, 319,
.
2, 224, 458.98
! 765. 83
,
2, 503,
:
,
2, 904! 581. 56
\ 083. 86
3,049,
:
^,218,, 902. 45
4, 263, 877.45
,
3, 918 786. 44
,
,
3, 308, 745.47
,
3, 239, 428. 63
', 183. 07
3,856,
.
,
3, 956, 370. 29
,
3, 901 356. 75
i
,
3, 956, 260.42
:
3,864,, 939. 06
, 718. 23
- 5,807, 914. 53
i
,
6, 646, 580. 53
,
6,131; 294.25
,
6,182; 896.89
,
6,113, 076. 97
,
6, 001 242.95
'
,
8, 397, 711.53
'
,
3,727, 199.II
\
6,498,
,177.89
6, 297,
,013. 92
6, 455,635. 76
\
7, 900, 476. 02
,
9,408,, 705. 92
!
9,786, 724.66
,
7, 904,
,581.38
8,8801,842.10
8,918, 789. 53
,
11, 067, 096. 32
'
,
10, 790, 095.11
,
13, 327,
,834.64
14, 074, 694.61
,
12, 651, 264. 64
,
14,053,, 927.90
I
14, 690, 649. 83
,
11, 514, 1.56.52
12, 387, 353. 09
I
,
42, 640,
,235.31
63, 261, 963.741
,
85,704,

Indians.

Pensions.

000. 00
13, 648. 85
27, 282.83
13, 042. 46
23, 475. 68
113, 563. 98
62: 396. 58
16, 470.09
20, 302.19
3L22
000.00
94, 000.00
60, 000. 00
116, 500. 00
196, 500. 00
•234, 200. 00
205, 425. 00
213, 575. 00
337, 503. 84
177, 625.00
151, 875.00
277, 845. 00
167, 358. 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
576, 344. 74
622, 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, 331 794.86
2, 514,837.12
1.199, 099. 68
578, 371.00
1, 256,532. 39
1, 539,351.35
1. 027,693. 64
1,430, 411.30
I,.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
481.17
2, 327:948.37
3,152, 032.70
2, 629,975.97

$175, 813.88
109, 243.15
80, 087. 81
81 399. 24
68, 673.22
100, 843. 71
92, 256.97
104, 845. 33
95, 444.03
64 130.73
73, 533.37
85; 440. 39
62, 902.10
80 092. 80
81 854.59
81 875. 53
^ 70, 500.00
82, 576. 04
87, 833.54
83, 744.16
75, 043. 88
91, •402.10
86, 989. 91
90, 164.36
69, 656.06
188, 804.15
297, 374.43
890, 719. 90
2,415, 939.85
3, 208, 376. 31
242, 817.25
1, 948, 199.40
I, 780, 588. 52
1, 499, 326. 59
810.57
I,:
1, 556; 593. 83
976, 138.86
850, 573. 57
949, 594.47
1, 363, 297. 31
1,170, 665.14
1,184 422.40
4, 589 152.40
3, 364. 285. 30
1, 954, 71L 32
2,882, 797. 96
2, 672, 162.45
2,156, 057. 29
3,142. 750. 51
2, 603, 562.17
2, 388, 434. 51
1, 378, 93L33
839, 041.12
2,032, 008.99
2,400, 788. II
1.811, 097. 56
1,744; 883.63
1, 227, 496.48
1, 328; 867. 64
.1, 866, 886. 02
2, 293 377.22
2,401 858.78
1, 756, 306. 20
I, 232, 665. 00
1.477, 612. 33
1, 296; 229. 65
I, 310, 380. 58
I, 219, 768.30
1,222: 222. 71
I, IOO, 802. 32
1, 034, 599. 73
852: 170.47
I, 078: 513.36
4, 985, 473. 90

Miscellaneous.

$1, 083, 971. 61
1
,
4, 672, 664. 38
,
511: 451. 01
\
750, 350. 74
i
1,378,, 920. 66
801 , 847. 58
,
I, 259, 422. 62
I
,
1,139, 524. 94
,
1,039, 391. 68
,613. 22
1, 337,
,
1,114, 768.45
,
1,462, 929.40
,
1, 842 635. 76
. 009. 43
,
2,191,
.
3, 768; 598. 75
, 137. 01
2, 890,
,
1, 697, 897. 51
I, 423,285.61
,803.79
1, 2.15,
1,101 ,144.98
,
1,367, 291.40
,
' 1,683,088. 21
.
1,435. 61!
1,729,
:
,
2, 208, 029.70
; 870.47
,
2,
I 741.17
,
2,
,
3^518, 936.76
,
3, 835, 839.51
,2U.41
3. 067,
: 021.94
2,592,,
2, 223, 121. 54
,
1,967, 996. 24
I
,
2, 022, 093.99
I 308. 81
7,155,,
:
2,748,. 544. 89
1,177. 79
2, 600,
:
,
2, 713, 476. 58
;
,
3, 676, 052.64
I 234. 65
,
3, 082,
, 416. 04
3, 237,
: 646.10
,
3, 064,
.141. 45
^ 4, 577, 245. 93
;
,
5, 716, 728. 95
:
,
4, 404,
,698.53
4,229:
,279.72
5.393,
,370.27
9, 893,664.76
\
7,160, 990.89
,
5, 725, 398.96
,
5, 995, 881.45
,
6, 490,
,624.61
6,775,, 713.00
:
3, 202, 183.86
,
5, 645, 760. 98
.
,
5, 911,
,283.89
6, 711
;608. 35
6,885, 851.25
i
,
5, 650, 334. 24
,
12, 885,
.763. 36
16, 043, 992.18
i
,
17,888, 171.45
,
17, 504, 068. 01
,
17, 463;
1,144. 68
26, 672. 425. 43
\
24,090, 038. 87
,
31, 794, 498. 77
,
28, 565:
,016.42
26,400,, 544.40
'
23. 797: 978. 30
•
,
27,977,
,287.69
23, 327, 862. 59
.
,
21, 385,
1,382.37
23,198,
1,216. 87
27, 572,

a F o r the half year from

SECRETARY OF T H E TREASURY.
1789, TO J U N E . 3 0 , 1899,
THAT TIME.

BY CALENDAR YEARS TO 1843 AND B Y F I S C A L YEARS (ENDED

Year. N e t ordinary expenditures.

1791
1792
1793
1794
1795
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
1843a|
1844
1845
1846
1847
1848
1849
1850
1851
1852
1853
1854
1855
1856
1857
1858
1859
1860
1861
1862
1863
1864

$1, 919,589.52
5,896, 258.47
1,749, 070.73
3, 545,299.00
4, 362,541.72
2, 551,303.15
2, 836,110.52
4, 651,710.42
6,480, 166. 72
7,411, 369. 97
4, 981.669. 90|
3, 737,079.91
4, 002,824. 24|
4,452, 858.91
6,357, 234. 62
6, 080,209. 36
4, 984, 572. 89
6, 504,338.85
7,414, 672.14
5,311, 082. 28
5, 592,604.86
17, 829,498. 70
28, 082,396. 92
30,127, 686. 38
26, 953,571. 00
23,373, 432.58
15,454, 609. 92
13, 808,673.78
16, 300,273.44
13,134, 530.57
10, 723,479. 07|
9, 827,643. 51
9, 784,154.59|
15, 330,144. 71
11,490, 459. 941
13, 062,316. 27
12, 653,095. 65
13, 296,.041.45
12, 641,210. 40
13, 229,533. 33
13, 864,067. 90
16, 516,388. 77
22,713, 7 5 5 . I I
18, 425,417.25
17, 514,950. 28
30,868, 164. 041
37, 243,214. 24
33, 849,718.08
26,496, 948. 73
24,139, 920.11
26,196, 840. 29
24, 361, 336.59
11, 256,508. 60
20, 650, 108.01
21, 895,369. 61
8,231.43
26, 418,459. 59]
53, 801,569.371
45, 227,454.77
39,933, 542.61
82, 865. 81
37,165, 990. 09
44,054. 717.66
69, 713.19
40, 389;954. 56
170, 063.42
44,078, 156. 35
420, 498. 64
51,967, 528.42 2, 877, 818. 69|
56, 316, 197. 72
872, 047.39
66, 772,527.64
385, 372. 90
66, 041,143.70
363, 572.39
72, 330,437.17
574,443. 08
66, 355,950. 07|
60, 056,754.71
62, 616,055.78|
456, 379,896.81
694,004, 575. 561
811, 283,679. Ill

January 1 to June 30, 1843.




CXXXIX

Interest.

Public debt.

Gross expenditures.

984.23
$3, 797, 436.78
693, 050. 25
8, 962, 920.00|
633, 048. 07
6,479, 977. 97
743, 771.13
9, 041, 593.17
841, 639.37
10,151, 240.15|
577, 126. 01
8, 367, 776. 84
617, 250.121
8, 625, 877. 37
032. 09
976,
8,583, 618.41
I I , 002, 396. 97|
1, 706, 578.84
1,138, 563.11
11, 952, 534.12
12, 273, 37.6. 94
2, 879, 876.98
5. 294, 235.24
13, 270, 487. 31
3,*306, 697. 07
11, 258, 983. 67
3, 977, 206. 07
12, 615, 113.72
13, 598, 309.47
4, 583, 960. 63|
5, 572, 0 1 8 . 641
15, 021, 196. 26
I I , 292. 292. 99
2, 938, 1 4 1 . 6 2
16, 762, 702.04
7, 701, 2 8 8 . 96
13, 867, 226.30
3, 586, 4 7 9 . 26
13, 309, 994. 491
4, 835, 241.12
13, 592, 604. 86!
5, 414, 564. 43
22,279. 121.15
1, 998, 349.88
39,190, 620. 36
7, 508, 668. 22i
3, 307, 304. 90
38, 028, 230. 32!
832. Ill
39, 582, 493.35
6, 638,
48, 244, 495. 51
17, 048, 139. 59!
753.57
20, 886,
40, 877, 646. 04
15, 086, 247. 59
35,104, 875. 40|
24, 004, 199.73
2, 492, 195.73
21,763, 024. 85
3, 477, 489. 96
19, 090, 572. 69
3, 241, 019. 83
17, 676, 592. 63
2, 676, 160. 33
15, 314, 17L00
607, 54i: 01
11, 624, 835. 83 • 31,898, 538.47
7, 728, 587. 381
23, 585, 804.72
7, 065, 539. 24
24,103, 398.4b
6,517, 596. 88
22, 656, 764. 04
9, 064, 637.47
25, 459, 479.52
9, 860, 304.77
25, 044, 358.40
9, 443, 173. 291
24, 585, 281.55
30, 038, 446.12
14, 800, 629.48
34, 356, 698. 06
17, 067, 747.791
24,257, 298.49
1, 239, 746. 51
24, 601, 982.44
5,974, 412.21
328. 20,
17, 573, 14L56
30, 868, 164. 041
37, 265, 037.15!
21, 822.91
39,455, 438. 35
723.79
14, 996.48
5, 590,
37, 614, 936.15
399, 833.89
10,718, 153.53
28, 226, 533.81
174, 598. 08
3,912, 015.62
284, 977.55
31, 797, 530.03
5, 315,712.19
773, 549.85
32,936, 876. 53
7,801, 990.09
523, 583. 91
12,118, 105.15
338, 012. 64
33, 642, 010. 851
11,158, 450.71
1, 833, 452.13
30,490, 408.71
7, 536,349. 49
1,040, 458.18
27, 632, 282.90
842, 723. 27
371, 100. 04
60, 520, 851.74
1,119, 214.72
5,- 600,067.65
60, 655, 143.19
2,390, 765. 88
13, 036,922.54
56, 386, 422. 74
3, 565, 535. 78
12,804, 478. 54
3, 656,335.14
,44, 604, 718. 26
3, 782, 393. 03
654, 912.71
48,476, 104.31
3,696, 760. 75
46,712, 608.83
2, l'52,293. 05
4, 000. 297. 80
54, 577, 061.74
6, 412,574.01
3, 665, 832. 74
75,473, 170.75
17,556, 896.95
3, 070, 926. 69
66,164, 775.96
6, 662,065. 86
2. 314, 464. 99
72,726, 341. 57
1,953, 822. 37
3, 614,618. 66
71,274, 587.37
I, 593, 265.23|
3, 276,606.05
82,062, 186.74
1, 652, 055. 67
7, 505,250.82
649. 70
83, 678, 642.92
14, 685,043.15
2, 637,
77, 055, 125.65
13, 854,250.00
3,144, 120. 94
157. 30
85,387, 313. 08
18,737, 100.00
4, 034,
565, 667, 563.74
13,190, 344.84| 96,097, 322.09
700.62 181,081, 635.07
899,815, 911.25
24, 729,
53, 685, 421. 691 430, 572,014.031 1, 295,541, 114.861

$1,177, 863.03
2, 373,611. 28
2, 097,859.17
2, 752,523. 04
2, 947,059. 06
3, 239,347.68
3,172, 516.73
2, 955,875. 90
2, 815,651.41
3,402, 601. 04
4,411, 830. 06
4, 239,172.16
3, 949.462. 36
4,185, 048. 74
2, 657,114.22
3, 368,968.26
3, 369,578.48
2, 557,074. 23
2, 866,074. 90
3,163, 671.09
2, 585,435.57
2, 451,272. 57
3,599, 455. 22
4,593, 239. 04|
5,990, 090.24
7, 822,923. 34|
4, 536,282. 55
6,209, 954.03
5, 211,730.56
5.151, 004. 32
5,126, 073. 79
5,172, 788.79
4, 922,475. 40
4,943, 557.93
4, 366,757.40
3,975, 542.95
3,486, 071. 51
3, 098,800. 60
2, 542,843.23
I. 912,574.93
1, 373,748. 74
772, 561. 50
796.
» 303, 87
202, 152.98
57,

2,
2,
2,
2,
2,

Balance in
Treasury at
the end of
the year.
905. 75
783, 444.51
753, 661. 69
1,151, 924.17
516 442. 61
888, 995.42
1, 021,899. 04
617, 451. 43
2,161,867.77
2, 623,311. 99
3, 295,391. 00
5, 020,697.64
4, 825,811. 60
4, 037,'005. 26
3, 999,388. 99
4, 538,123. 80
9, 643,850. 07
9, 941,809.96
3, 848,056. 78
2, 672,276. 57
3j 502,305.80
3, 862,217.41
5.196, 542.00
1, 727,848. 63
13,106, 592.88
22, 033,519.19
14, 989,465.48
1, 478,526. 74
2,079, 992. 38
1,198, 461.21
1, 681,592. 24
4, 237,427. 55
9, 463,922.81
1, 946,597.13
5, 201,650.43
6, 358,686.18
6 668,286.10
5: 972,435.81
5, 755,704.79
6, 014.539. 75
4, 502,914.45.
2,011, 777. 55
11, 702,905. 31
8, 892,858.42
26. 749,803.9646, 708.436. 00
37, 327,252.69
36, 891,196. 94
33.157, 503.68
29,963, 163.46
28, 685,111.08
30. 521,979.44
39,186, 284. 74
36,742. 829. 62
36,194, 274.81
38, 261,959.65
33, 079.276.43
29,416, 612.45
32, 827,082. 69
35,871. 753. 31
40.158, 353 25
43,338, 860. 02
50,261, 901. 09
48. 591. 073.41
47,777, 672.13
49,108, 229. 80
46, 802,855. 00
35,113, 334. 22
33,193, 248. 60
32, 979,530. 78
30, 963,857. 83
46,965, 304. 87
36, 523,046.13
134,433, 738.44

REPORT ON THE FINANCES.

CXL

TABLE L.—STATEMENT

OF THE E X P E N D I T U R E S

OF THE

UNITED

1

War.

Year.

Navy.

Indians.

Pensions.

Miscellaneous.

$122. 617, 434. 07
$1, 030, 690, 400. 06
283,154, 676. 06 43, 285, 662. 00

1867
1868
1869
1870
1871...
1872
1873
1874
1875..
1876
1877
18^8
1879
1880
1881
18821883
1884
1885-.
1886
1887
1888
1889.
1890
1891 .
1892
1893
1894
1895
1896
1897
1898-..
1899
Total

•
.

•.
.

$5, 059, 360. 71 $16, 347, 621. 34 $42, 980, 383.10
3, 295,729. 32 15, 605, 549. 88 40, 613,114.17

3, 568, 638, 312. 28 717,551,816.39
a77, 992.17
a3, 621, 780. 07

1865
1866

103, 369, 211.42 119, 607, 656. 01 643,604,554.33
a53,286.61
a718, 769. 52
a9,737.87

3, 572, 260, 092. 35 717, 629, 808. 56 103,422,498. 03
95, 224, 415. 63 31, 034, OIL.04
4, 642, 531. 77
123, 246, 648. 62 25, 775, 502.72
4,100, 682.32
78,501,990.61
20, 000, 757. 97 7, 042, 923. 06
57, 655, 675.40 21,780,229.87
3, 407, 938.15
35,799, 991. 82 19, 431, 027, 21 7, 426, 997. 44
35, 372,157. 20 21, 249, 809.99
7, 061, 728. 82
46, 323,138. 31 23, 526, 2^6. 79 7, 951, 704. 88
42, 313, 927. 22 30, 932, 587. 42
6, 692, 462. 09
21,497, 626. 27 • ' 8,384,656.82
41,120, 645.98
38, 070,-888. 64 18, 963, 309. 82
5, 966, 558.17
5, 277, 007. 22
37. 082. 735. 90 14, 959, 935. 36
17,365,301.37
32,154,147.85
4, 629, 280. 28
40, 425, 660. 73 15,125,126. 84
5, 206,109.08
38,116, 916. 22 13, 536, 984. 74 5, 945,457.09
40, 466, 4.60. 55 15, 686, 671. 66
6,514.161.09
9, 736, 747.40
43, 570, 494.19 15,032, 046. 26
48, 911, 382.93 15, 283. 437.17
7, 362, 590.34
39, 429, 603. 36 17, 292, 601. 44 6, 475, 999. 29
42, 670, 578.47 16, 021, 079. 67 6, 552, 494. 63
34, 324,152. 74 13, 907. 887. 74 6, 099,158.17
6,194, 522. 69
38, 561, 025. 85 15,141,126. 80
38, 522. 436.11 16, 926, 437. 65 6, 249, 307. 87
6,892, 207.78
44, 435. 270. 85 21, 378, 809. 31
44. 582, 838. 08 22, 006, 206. 24 6, 708, 046. 67
48, 720, 065. 01 26,113, 896. 46
8, 527, 469. 01
46,895, 456. 30 29,174,138. 98 11,150, 577. 67
49, 641, 773.^47 30,136, 084. 43 13, 345, 347. 27
54, 567, 929. 85 31, 701, 293. 79 10, 293, 481. 52
51, 804-, 759.13 28, 797, 795.73
9, 939, 754. 21
50, 830, 920. 89 27,147, 732. 38 12,165, 528. 28
48, 950, 267. 89 34, 561, 546. 29 13, 016, 802.46
91, 992, 000. 29 58, 823, 984. 80 10, 994, 667.70
229, 841, 254. 47 63, 942,104.25 12, 805, 71L 14
5,402,387, 702. 911,511,883,157. 02

119, 617, 393. 88
20, 936, 551. 71
23, 782, 386.78
28,476, 621. 78
28, 340, 202.17
34, 443, 894.88
28,533,402.76
29, 359, 426. 86
29, 038, 414. 66
29,456, 216. 22
28, 257, 395.69
27, 963, 752. 27
27,137,019.08
35,121, 482. 39
56, 777,174.44
50, 059, 279. 62
61, 345,193. 95
66, 012. 573. 64
.55, 429, 228. 06
56,102, 267. 49
63. 404, 864. 03
75, 029,101. 79
80,288, 508. 77
87, 624,779.11
106, 936, 855. 07
124, 415, 951.40
134,583, 052. 79
159, 357. 557. 87
141^ 177, 284. 96
141, 395, 228. 87
139,434, 000. 98
141, 053,164. 63
147, 452, 368. 61
139,394,929. 07

644, 323, 323.85
51,110, 223.72
53, 009, 867. 67
56, 474, 061. 53
53,237,461.56
60, 481, 916. 23
60, 984, 757. 42
73, 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
74,166, 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, 7'J9. 27
101, 943, 884. 07
93,279,730.14
87, 216, 234. 62
90,401,267.82
96,520,505.17
119,191, 255.90

358,183,110.41 2, 517, 737, 526.28
3,160, 676, 961. 08

a, Outstanding
NOTE.—This stateraent i.s'raade frora warrants f a i d by the Treasurer up to J u n e 30, 1866. The




SECRETARY OF T H E

CXLI

TREASURY.

SlATES FROM MARCH 4, 1789, TO JuNE 30, 1899, ETC.—Continued.
Y e a r . N e t o r d i n a r y ex- P r e m i u m s .
penditures.

Interest.

Public debt.

G r o s s expenditures.

Balance in
Treasury at
t h e e n d of
the year.

1865 $1, 217, 704,199. 28 $1, 717,900.11 $77, 395, 090.30 $609, 616,141. 68 $1, 906, 433, 331.37 $33, 933, 657. 89
385,954,731.43
58,476. 511 133, 067, 624.91 620, 263, 249.10 1,139, 344, 081. 95 165, 301, 654. 76
1866
5,152,771,550.43 7, 611,003. 56 502, 689, 519. 27 2, 374, 677,103.12 8, 037, 749,176. 38
a 100.31 a 54, 484, 555. 03 a 4,484, 555. 03
a 4 , 481,566.241 '. I
a2,888.48|
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
1897
1898
1899

5,157, 253,116. 67 7, 611, 003. 56
202, 947,733. 87 10,813,349.38'
229, 915,088. 11 7, 001,151. 04'
190, 496, 354. 95 1, 674, 680. 05'
164, 421, 507. 15 15,996, 555. 60l
157, 583,827. 58 9,016,794.74
153, 201, 856. 19 6, 958, 266.76,
180, 488, 636. 90 5,105,919. 99;
194, 118, 985. 00 1, 395, 073. 55
171, 529, 848. 27
164, 857, 813. 36
144, 209, 963. 28
134, 463, 452. 15
161, 619, 934. 531
169, 090, 062. 25 2, 795,320. 42'
177, 142,897. 63 1,061,248.781
186, 904, 232. 78
206, 248, 006. 29
189, 547, 865. 85
208, 840, 678. 64
191, 902, 992. 53
220, 190, 602. 72
214, 938, 951. 20 8,270,842.461
240, 995,131. 3117, 292,362. 65
261, 637, 202. 55 20, 304, 224. 06
317, 825, 549. 37 10, 401, 220. 6l|
321, 645, 214. 35 .
356, 213,562. 3 1 ' .
339, 683, 874. 1 9 .
325, 217, 268. 0 8 .
316, 794,417. 1 5 .
327, 983, 049. 0 9 .
405, 783, 526. 57 .
505, 175, 254. 83 .

502, 692, 407.751 , 374, 677, 203. 43| 8, 042, 233,731.41 160, 817,099.73
143, 781, 591. 91 735, 536, 980.11 1, 093, 079, 655. 27 198, 076,537.09
140, 424, 045.71 692, 549, 685. 88! 1,069, 889, 970. 74 158, 936,082. 87
584, 777, 996.11 183,781, 985.76
130, 694, 242. 801 261, 912, 718.31
702, 907, 842. 88 177, 604,116. 51
129, 235, 498. 00 393, 254, 282.13
691, 68Q,858. 90 138, 019,122.15
125, 576, 565. 93 399, 503, 670. 65
682, 525,270.21 134, 666,001.85
117, 357, 839.72 405,007, 307. 54
524, 044, 597. 91| 159,293, 673.41
104, 750, 688.44 233, 699, 352. 58
724, 698, 933. 99 178, 833,339. 54
107, 119, 815. 21 422, 065, 060.23
682, 000,885. 32 172, 804,061. 32
103, 093, 544. 571 407, 377, 492.48
714, 446, 357. 391 149,909,377.21
100, 243, 271. 22 449, 345, 272.80
565, 299, 898. 9ll 214,887,645.88
97. 124, 511. 581 323, 965, 424.05
590, 641, 271.70 286,591,453. 88 .
102, 500,874. 65 353, 676, 944. 90
105, 327, 949. 00 699, 445, 809.16| 966, 393, 692. 69 386, 832,588. 65
95, 757, 575.11 432, 590, 280.411 700, 233, 238.19 231, 940,064.44
425, 865, 222. 64 280,607,668.37
82, 508,741.18 165,152, 335. 05
529, 627,739.12 275, 450,903.53
71, 077, 206. 79 271, 646, 299.55
160,131.25 590, 083, 829. 96| 855, 491, 967. 50 374,189,081. 98
59,
54, 578, 378:48 260, 520, 690.501 504, 646, 934. 83 424, 941,403. 07
471, 987-, 288. 54 521,794,026.26
51, 386,256. 47 211,760, 353. 43
50, 580,145.9^ 205, 216, 709. 36| 447, 699, 847.86 526, 848,755.46
741, 577. 251 271, 901, 321.15; 539, 833, 501.12 512, 851,434.36
47,
44, 715. 007.47 249, 760, 258. 05| 517, 685, 059.181 659, 449,099.94
41, 001, 484. 29 318, 922, 412. 35! 618, 211, 390. 60, 673, 399,118.18
630, 247,078.16 691, 527,403.76
36, 099, 284. 05 312, 206, 367.50
37, 547,135. 37 365, 352, 470. 87' 731, 126, 376. 22 726, 222,332. 60
23, 378,116.23 338, 995, 958. 98, 684, 019, 289.56 778, 604,339.28
773, 007, 998. 99 738, 467,555.07
27, 264, 392.181 389, 530, 044. 50
698, 908, 552. 78 763, 565,540.75
27, 841,405. 64| 331,383, 272. 95
978, 030. 21 354,276, 858. 93| 710, 472,157.22 773,610,008.76
30,
748, 369, 469.43 846, 093,349. 62
35, 385, 028.93] '396,190, 023. 35
37, 791,110. 48 353,180, 877.501 718, 955,037.07 864, 790,237.71
827, 588,124.80 775,751,368.11
37, 585, 056.231 384,219, 542.00
896,925. 02| 341,149, 968.98
946, 222,148. 83 867,980,559.46

12, 950, 868,457. 70 125,698,013 65 2,942,195,835.10 14,696,057,079.62 30, 714, 819, 386. 07
warrants.
o u t s t a n d i n g w a r r a n t s a r e t h e n a d d e d , a n d t h e s t a t e m e n t i s b y w a r r a n t s i s s u e d from t h a t d a t e .




REPORT

CXLII

ON T H E

FINANCES.

1 T A B L E M . — S T A T E M E N T SHOWING THE AMOUNTS OF M O N E Y IN THE U N I T E D STATES,
I

IN

THE

TREASURY

AND

IN

CIRCULATION,

ON

THE

DATES

SPECIFIED.

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

State-banknotes

I n Treasury.

6, 695, 225

435, 407, 252

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 , $13.98.]
$250, 000,000
202, 005, 767

$3, 600, 000

452, 005, 767

Specie
State-bank notes -

3, 600, 000

$246,400,000'
202, 005, 767
448, 405, 767 -

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 capita, $10.23.]
$183, 792, 079
96, 620, 000
. 53, 040, 000

-

$23, 754, 335

333, 452, 079

United States notes

23,754,335

A d d : Specie iu c i r c u l a t i o n ou 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

o

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
Unite.d S t a t e s n o t e s .
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
5707394,038
25, 000, 000
595, 394, 038

J U L Y I, 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 p e r c a p i t a , $19.67.]

.-

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




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

$3,762, 376

680, 588, 067

Fractional currenoy
Stafce-bank n o t e s
United Statesnotes
National-banknotes

35, 946, 589

32,184, 213

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

SECRETARY

OF T H E TREASURY.

CXLIII

T A B L E M . — S T A T E M E N T SHOWING THE AMOUNTS OF 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 I N CIRCULATION, ON T H E D A T E S SPECIFIED—Continued.

JULY 1, 1865.
[ P o p u l a t i o n , 34,748,000; c i r c u l a t i o n p e r c a p i t a , $20.57.]
General stock
coined o r
issued.

V

In Treasury.

• $25, 005, 829
142, 919, 638
431,066,428
146,137, 860

•-•

$3, 277,074

745,129,755

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

55,426, 760

52,149, 686

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

A m o u n t in
circulation.
$21, 728, 755
142,919,638
378,916, 742
146,137, 860
689,702, 995
25, 000, 000
714,702,995

J U L Y I , 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, 996,163
27, 070, 877
400, 780, 306
281,479, 908

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

729,327,254

State-bank notes
Fractional currency..
U n i t e d S t a t e s note's ..
is a t i o n a l - b a n k n o t e s .

80,839, 010

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

$19,
24,
327,
276,

996,163
687, 063
792, 305
012, 713

648,488, 244
25, 000, 000
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.]
State-hank notes
..
Fractional currency

. . . .

'

National-bank notes
_

$4, 484,112
28, 307, 524
.37L783,597
298, 625, 379

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

703,200,612

66,208, 543

•

A dd : 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

$4,484,112
26, 306, 294
319,437, 702
286,763, 961
636,992, 069
. 25,-000,000
661, 992, 069

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.]
$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

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

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 o n 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.]
Statfi-liank n o t p s
Fractional currency
United States notes
National-banknotes




$1,672,398
41.233,100
7, 992, 791

. $2,558, 874
30, 442. 239
314, 702, 094
291, 749, 684

690, 351,180
A d d : Specie i n c i r c u l ation o n 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

CXLIV

R E P O R T ON T H E FINANCES.

T A B L E M . — S T A T E M E N T 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 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, 1870.
[Population, 38,558,371; circulation per capita, $17.50.]
General stock
coined o r
issued.

.

..

$2, 222, 793
39,878, 684
" 356, 000, 000
299, 766, 984

.....

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

$5, 499,402
31, 037, 362
11,118, 903

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

697,868,461

Fractional currency
United Statesnotes ..
National-bank notes

In Treasury.

47, 655, 667

650, 212, 794
25, 000, 000

..

^

A m o u n t in^^
circulation.

675, 212, 794

J U L Y 1, 1871.
[Population, 39,555,000; circulation per capita, $18.10.]
State-bank notes
Fractional currency
United States notes
IsTational-bank n o t e s

$1,
40,
356,
318,

968,058
582, 875
000, 000
261, 241

$6,136, 570
12, 931, 030
6,855,569

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

716,812,174

25, 923,169

690, 889, 005
25. 000, 000

A d d : Specie i u c i r c u l a t i o n o n 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 , 40,596,000; c i r c u l a t i o n p e r c a p i t a , $18.19.]
i....
.

....

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

$4, 452, 906
11,331,320
8,627, 790

737, 721, 565

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

• 24,412,016

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

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

J U L Y 1, 1873.
[Population, 41,677,000; circulation per capita, $18.04.]
'.

-

.

...

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

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

$1,
38,
348,
338,

749,445, 610

State-bank notes
F r a c t i o n a l curi'ency
United States notes
National-bank notes

22, 563, 801

726,881, 809
25, 000, 000

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

-

379,184
076, 005
464,145
962, 475

751,881,809'

J U L Y 1, 1874.
[Population, 42,796,000; circulation per capita, $18.13.]
State-bank notes
Fractional currencj' -.
United States notes..
National-bank notes .




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

781, 024, 781
Add: Specie in circuiatiou on the Pacific coast .

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

29, 941, 750

$1,162, 453
38,233, 582
371,421, 452
340, 265, 544
751,083, 081
25, 000, 000
776, 083, 031

CXLV

SECRETARY OF T H E TREASURY.

TABLE M . — S T A T E M E N T SHOWING T H E AMOUNTS OF M O N E Y I N T H E U N I T E D STATES,
IN THE TREASURY AND I N CIRCULATION, ON THE D A T E S SPECIFIED—Continued.
J U L Y 1, 1875.
[Population, 43,951,000; circulation per capita, $17.16.]
General stock
coined or
. issued.

I n Treasury.

Amount in
circulation.

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

$4,224,854
26, 085, 245
13,861.463

$964,497
37, 904, 570
349, 686, 335
340, 546, 545

773, 273, 509

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

44,171, 562

729,101, 947
25,000, 000

Add: Specie in circulation on the Pacific coast.

754,101,947
J U L Y 1, 1876.
[Population, 45,137,000; circulation per capita, $16.12.]
State- bank notes
Subsidiary silver
Fractional currency.,
United States notes..
National-bank notes.

$1, 047,335
27,418,734
34,446, 595
369,772, 284
332,998,336

$6, 363, 606
1, 507,750
38. 324, 906
l6, 877,634

$1,047, 335
21, 0.55,128
32,938, 845
331, 447, 378
316,120, 702

765, 683,284

63, 073, 896

702, 609, 388
25,000, 000

Add: Specie in circulation on the Pacific coast.

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 coast, as heretofore.
J U L Y 1, 1877.
[Population, 46,353,000; circulation per capita, $15. 58..]
Subsidiary silver
Fractional currency.
United States notes.
National-bank notes.

$40, 837, 506
20,403,137
359, 764,332
317,048, 872

$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

Add: Specie in circulation on the Pacific coast.

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 notes

$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
729,132, 634

FI 99-




R E P O R T ON T H E FINANCES.

CXLVI

T A B L E M . — S T A T E M E N T SHOWING T H E AMOUNTS O F M O N E Y I N THI] U N I T E D S'TATES,
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.

*

[ P o p u l a t i o n , 48,866,000; c i r c u l a t i o n p e r c a p i t a , $16.75.]
General stock
coined o r
issued.

I n Treasury.

A m o u n t in
circulation.

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

$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

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
G o l d certificates
S i l v e r certificates
United States notes
National-bank notes

232, 889,748

818, 631,793

J U L Y 1, 1880.
[ P o p u l a t i o n , 50,155,783; c i r c u l a t i o n p e r c a p i t a , $1^.41.]
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 i n 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
•
National-bank notes

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

5126,145, 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

232, 546, 969

973, 382, 228

J U L Y 1, 1881.
[ P o p u l a t i o n , 51,316,000; c i r c u l a t i o n p e r c a p i t a , $21.71.]
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
S i l v e r certificates
i
United States notes
National-bank notes

$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

292, 303, 704

1,114,238,119

J U L Y 1, 1882.
[ P o p u l a t i o n , 52,495,000; c i r c u l a t i o n p e r c a p i t a , $22.37.]
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 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

$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

1,480, 531, 719

306, 241, 300

1,174, 290, 419

J U L Y 1, 1883.
[ P o p u l a t i o n , 53,693,000; c i r c u l a t i o n p e r c a p i t a , $22.91.]
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
S i l v e r certificates
i..
United States notes
'.
National-bank notes




$542, 732, 063
152, 047, 685
74, 960, 300
82, 378, 640
88, 616, 831
346,681,016
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
8,217, 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

SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.
TABLE M.—STATEMENT

CXLVII

SHOWING THE AMOUNTS OF M O N E Y I N THE U N I T E D

IN THE TREASURY AND I N CIRCULATION, ON T H E D A T E S

STATES,

SPECIFIED—Continued.

JULY 1, 1884.
[Population, 54,911,000; circulation per capita, $22.65.]
General stock
coined or
issued.

/

I n Treasury.

Amount in
circulation.

Gold certificates
Silver certificates
United States notes
National-bank notes

....

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

$204, 876,594
139, 616, 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
71,146, 640
96,427, Oil
318, 687,214
330,689, 893

1, 705, 454,189

Gold coin, including bullion in Treasury. .1
Standard silver dollars, includingbullionin Treasury.

461, 528,220

1,243, 925, 969

J U L Y I, 1885.
[Population, 56,148,000; circulation per capita, $23.02.]
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

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

$247,028,625
169,451,998
31, 236, 899
13,593,410
38,370, 7P0
15,462, 379
9, 945, 710

1,817,658, 336

525, 089,721

$341, 668,411
39, 086, 969
43, 702, 921
126, 729,730
101, 530, 940
331,218, 637
308, 631, 001
1,292,568,615

J U L Y 1, 1886.
[Population, 57,404,000; circulation per capita, $21.82.]
Gold coin, including bullion in Treasury
Standard silver dollars, including bullion in Treasury.
Subsidiary silver
Gold certificates
Silver certificates
United States notes
National-banknotes

$590, 774,461
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, 812i 699
307, 665, 038

1,808, 559, 694

555, 859,169

1, 252, 700, 525

J U L Y 1, 1887.
[Population, 58,680,000; circulation per capita, $22.45.]
Gold coin, including bullion in Treasury
Standard silver doUars, including bullion in Treasury.
Subsidiary silver
Gold certificates
Silver certificates
:
United States notes
=
•
National-bank notes
.-

$654, 520, 335
277, 445, 767
75, 547, 799
121,486, 817
145, 543,150
346, 681, 016
2-49, 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
326, 667,219
276, 855, 203

582, 903, 529 1, 317,539,143

r
J U L Y 1, 1888.
[Population, 59,974,000; circulation per capita, $22.88.]
Gold coin, including bullion in Treasury
Standard silverdollars, including bullion in Treasury.
Subsidiary silver
Gold certificates
Silver certificates
r
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

$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, 396
50,362,314
121, 094, 650
200, 759, 657
308,000, 040
245. 312, 780

2, 062, 955,949

690,785,079

1, 372,170,870

CXLVIII

REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.^

TABLE M.—STATEMENT

SHOWING THE AMOUNTS OF M O N E Y I N THE U N I T E D STATES,

IN THE TREASURY AND I N CIRCULATION, ON THE D A T E S

SPECIFIED—Continued.

J U L Y 1, 1889.
[Population, 61,289,000; circulation per capita, $22.52.]
General stock
coined or
issued.

I n Treasury.

Ainount in
circulation.

$680, 063,505
343, 947, 093
76, 601,836
154, 048, 552
262, 629, 746
346, 681, 016
211,378,963

$303,581, 937
289,489, 794
25,124, 672
36,918, 323
5,474,181
30, 241, 825
4,158, 330

$376,481, 568
54, 457, 299
51,477,164
117,130, 229
257,155, 565
316, 439,191
207,220,633

2,075, 350,711

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

694,989, 062

1,380, 361, 649

J U L Y 1, 1890.
[Population, 62,622,250; circulation per capita, $22.82.]
$695,563,029
380,083, 304
76,825, 305
157, 562,*'979
301, 539,751
346, 681,016
185,970,775

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

$374,258, 923
56, 278, 749
54rb32, 587
130,830,859
297, 556, 238
334, 688, 977
181, 604, 937

2,144, 226,159

Gold coin, including bullion in Treasury
Standard silver doUars, including bullion in Treasury
Subsidia-ry sUver
Gold certificates
Silver certificates
United States notes
^-National-bank notes

714,974, 889

1, 42», 251,270

J U L Y 1, 1891.
[Population, 63,975,000; circulation per capita, $23.41.]
Gold coin, including bulUon in Treasury
Standard silver dollars, including bullion in Treasury
Subsidiary siiver
.*.
Gold certificates
Silver certificates
Treasury notes, act July 14,1890
United Statesnotes
National-bank notes

582,852
753, 502
77, 848, 700
152,486,429
314,715,185
50, 228,417
346,681,016
167,927,974

379,927, 323
19,629,480
32,423, 360
7,479, 219
9,879, 713
3,473,656
5,706, 928

2,195, 224,075

697,783,368

$407, 319,163
58, 826,179
58, 219, 220
120, 063, 069
307, 235, 966
40, 348, 704
343,207, 360
162,221, 046
1,497,440,707

J U L Y 1, 1892.
[Population, 65,520,000; circulation per capita, $24.44.]
Gold coin, including bullion in Treasury
Standard silver doUars, including buUiOn ii^ Treasury.
Subsidiary silver
Gold certificates
Silver certificates
.^
Treasury notes, act July 14,1890
United States notes
Currency certificates, act June 8,1872
National-bank notes




$664,275,335 - $255,706, 511
491,057,518
434, 240, 056
77, 521,478
14,227,774
156,623,929
15, 530, 310
331,614,304
4,920, 839
101,712,071
3,453, 379
346, 681,016
37,121,112
30, 430, 000
590, 000
172, 683,850
5,462,333
2, 372,'599, 501

771, 252, 314

$408, 568, 824
56, 817,462
63, 293, 704
141,093,619
326, 693,465
98, 258, 692
309, 559, 904
29, 840,000
167,221,517
1, 601, 347,187

SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.

CXLIX

T A B L E M . — S T A T E M E N T SHOWING T H E AMOUNTS OF 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 I N CIRCULATION, ON T H E D A T E S SPECIFIED—Continued.

JULY I, 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
c o i n e d 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 bulliou 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 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
National-bank notes

$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
2, 323, 402, 392

I n Treasury.

Amount in
circulation.

$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

726, 701,147

1, 596, 701,245

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
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 c e r t i t i c a t e s
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

$627, 293,201
548, 000, 032
76, 249.925
66, 387,899
337, 148,504
152, 584, 417
346, 681,016
59, 235,OCO
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
6, 635, 044

2, 420, 434, 781

759, 626, 073

$495, 976, 730
• 52, 564, 662
58, 510, 957
66, 339, 849
326, 990, 736
134, 681, 429
266. 589, 602
58,935,000
200, 219, 743
1,660,808,708

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 bullion 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
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

256, 023
547, 777,049
76, 954, 434
48. 409,959
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 u c l u d i n g buUion i n T r e a s u r y
S t a n d a r d s i l v e r doUars, i n c l u d i n g bullion 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
Uuited States notes
C u r r e n c y certificates, a c t J u n e 8,1872
National-bank notes




$599, 597, 964
551, 723, 999
75, 971,507
42, 818,189
342. 619.504
129, 683, 280
346, 681,016
32, 210,000
226, 000,547

$144, 692,900
499, 607, 095
15, 767, 056
620,070
11,962,313
34, 638, 033
122,431,148
320, 000
10, 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

2,347,306, 006

840, 871, 040

1, 506, 434, 966

REPORT ON T H E FINANCESo

CL

TABLE M . — S T A T E M E N T SHOWING THE AMOUNTS OF MONEY IN THE U N I T E D STATES,
IN THE TREASURY AND I N CIRCULATION, ON THE D A T E S SPECIFIED—Continued.
J U L Y 1, 1897.

N

[Population, 72,937,000; circulation per capita, $22.49.]
Gener.al stock
coined or
issued.
Gold coin, including buUion in Treasury
Standard silver dollars, including bullion in Treasury.
Subsidiary silver
Gold certificates
Silver certificates
Treasury notes, act July 14, 1890
,
United States notes
Currency certificates, act June 8, 1872
Nationai-bank notes

I n Treasury.

Araount in
circulation.

239,016
556, 590,184
75, 818, 369
38, 782,169
375, 479, 504
114, 867, 280
346, 681,016
62, 340,000
230, 668,034

$178, 649, 328
504,649,903
16,201, 960
1,496, 830
17,630,192
31,397, 763
IOO, 726, 394
1,380, 000
5,123, 683

$517, 589, 688
' 51, 281
940,
.59, 616,409
37, 285,339
357, 849, 312
83, 469, 517
245, 954, 622
60, 960, 000
225, 544, 351

2,497,465, 572

857,256, 053

1,640,209,519

J U L Y 1, 1898.
[Population, 74,522,000; circulation per capita, $24.66.]
Gold coin, iucluding bulliou iu Treasury.
Standard silverdollars, includingbullionin Treasury.
Subsidiary silver
Gold certificates
Silver certificates
•
Treasury notes, act July 14,1890
United States notes
Currency certificates, act June 8, 1872
Nationai-bank notes

514, 780
561, 350,859
127,
. 76, 610
37, 420,149
398, 556,504
101, 207, 280
346. 681,016
26, 675,000
227, 900,177

$203-, 564, 317
502, 867, 893
12,070, 690
1, 608, 560
8,429, 994
2, 900, 843
62, 111, 994
1,110, 000
4,909,189

2, 637,433, 375

799, 573, 480

$657, 950, 463
58,482, 966
64. 056, 920
35, 811, 589
390,126, 510
98, 306, 437
284, 569, 022
25, 565, 000
222, 990, 988
1,837,859,895

J U L Y 1, 1899.
[Population, 76,148,000; circulation per capita, $25.]
Gold coin, including bulliou in Treasury
Standardsilver dollars, including bullion in Treasury
Subsidiary silver
Gold certificates
Silver certificates
Treasury notes, act J u l y 14,1890
United States notes
' Currency certificates, act June 8, 1872
National-bank notes




$963,498, 384
563, 697, 082
74, S66, 552
34, 297, 819
406, 085, 504
93,518,280
346, 681, 016
21, 355, 000
241, 350, 871

$283, 760, 334
502, 215, 656
5, 800, 728
1, 641, 900
3,948, 887
956, 516
38, 329,174
I, 080,000
3, 545,432

2, 745, 350,508

841, 278, 627

$079,738, 050
61,481, 426
69, 065,824
32,655,919
402,136, 617
92,561,764
308, 351, 842
20, 275, 000
237, 805, 439
1, 904, 071,881

SECRETARY OF T H E TREASURY.

CLI

TABLE M . — 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,
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 , O N 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 .
RECAPITULATION.
Year.

Amount of money
in United States.

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
1897
1898
1899

102,477
452, 005,767
452,079
358,
674, 867, 283
705, 588, 067
770, 129,755
754, 327,254
728, 200,612
716, 553.578
715, 351,180
722, 868,461
7 ^ , 812,174
7o2, 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
2,497, 465, 572
2, 637,433, 375
2, 745,350,508

A m o u n t in 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
I, 596,701, 245
1,660, 808, 708
1, 601,968, 473
966
1, 506,434, 519
209,
1, 640,859,895
1,837, 071, 881
I, 904,

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
72, 937,000
74, 522, 000
76,148, 000

Mone^y
Circulation
per capita. per capita.
$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
3L50
32.39
34.39
33.86
34.,24
34.31
36.21
34.70
35.39
34.33
32.88
34.24
35.39
36.05

$13.85
13.98
10.23
17.84
19.67
20.57
18.99
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
2L7I
22.37
22.91
22.65
23.02
2L82
22.45
22.88
22.52
22.82
23.41
24.44
23.85
24.28
22.93
2L10
22.49
24.66
25.00

NOTE.—The diflference between the amount of money in the country and the amount in circulation
represents the raoney in the Treasury.
Currency certificates, act of J u n e 8,1872, are included in the amount of United States notes in circulation in tiie tables for the years 1873 to 1891, inclusi ve; since 1891 they are reported separately.
The foregoing tables present tbe revised figures for each of the years giyen-




CLII

REPORT

TABLE

N.—STATEMENT

RECEIVED
FROM

AND

OF

ISSUED

NOVEMBER

1,

UNITED

BY

1898,

ON

TO

THE

THE
STATES

OFFICE

OCTOBER

31,

Total

AND

OTHER

SECRETARY

0.—STATEMENT
OF

PERSONS

SHOWING

AND

OBLIGATIONS
THE

TREASURY

Issued.

Total transactions.

$2, 800
500
5, 925. 000 |$12.725, 000
12.784, 560
50
600
6,300
5, 200'

$207. 000

$2, 800
500
18,-650, 000
13,198, 560
.50,
600
6,300
5,200

207. OOOJ

19,000

19,000

58, 493. 050

58, 497. 300
17. 420, 000
6, 029, 050
15, 713, 650
34, 783, 850
106,164, 560

116,990,350
41,125, 000
100
12, 058,100
31,427.300
69, 567, 700
187, 213, 020
29,400
31,100

251, 540, 410

23.705,000
100
6, 029, 050
15,713,650
34, 783, 850
81. 048, 460

490, 325, 080

29,400
31,100

THE AGGREGATE

EMPLOYED,

OF

1899.

196,275, 060

NUMBER
THE

THE

Eeceived
Received
for exfor r e d e m p
[change a n d
tion.
transfer.

Six p e r c e n t b o n d s (act of J u l y 17.1861)
S i x p e r c e n t b o n d s (act of M a r . 3,1863)
(3^old c e r t i f i c a t e s (series 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 (act of M a r . 3,1864)
Consols of 1865 (act of M a r . 3.1865)
C o n s o l s o f 1867 ( a c t o f Mar.3,1865)
C o n s o l s o f 1868 ( a c t o f Mar.3,1865)
F u n d e d loan 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)
'
F u n d e d loan of 1907,4 p e r c e n t (acts of J uly,14,1870,
a n d J a n . 20,1871)
C e r t i f i c a t e s o f d e p o s i t ( a c t o f 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 l o a n o f 1801, c o n t i n u e d Ji't 2 p e r c e n t
F i v e p e r c e n t loan of 1904 (act of J a n . 14,1875)
F o u r p e r c e n t loan of 1925 (act of J a n . 14.1875)
T h r e e p e r c e n t 10-20 loan of 1898 (act of J u n e 13,1898).
Gold certificates"(a'^'.t M a r . 3,1865), s e r i e s 1875
G o l d c e r t i f i c a t e s (act M a r . 3,1863), s e r i e s 1870 a n d 1871.

IN

BONDS

OF

T i t l e of loan.

TABLE

FINANCES.

COST

TO

RECEIPTS,
COLLECT

SEVERAL COLLECTION DISTRICTS DURING THE

EXPENSES,

AVERAGE

INTERNAL

REVENUE

FISCAL

YEAR

ENDED

J U N E

30, 1899.

Collection d i s t r i c t s .

Alabama
Arkansas....'
F i r s t Calilbrnia
F o u r t h California..
Colorado
Connecticut
Florida
Georgia
Firstlllinois
Fifthlllinois
E i g h t h Illinois
T h i r t e e n t h Illinoi 3Sixth Indiana..
Seventh I n d i a n a . -.
Third low^
Fourth Iowa
...
Kansas
Second K e n t u c k y . .
Fifth K e n t u c k y ' - . .
S i x t h K e n t u c k y . . .'
Seventh K e n t u c k y .
E i g h t h K e n t u c k y -..
Louisiana
Maryland
,
Massachusetts
F i r s t Michigan
Fourth Michigan..
Minnesota.
First Missouri...
Sixth Missouri . .
Montana
Nebraska
New Hampshire -

$508, 296. 92
269, 936. 30
;, 724, 964.18
623,729. 30
. 248,135. 22
1,916,759.03
682,422. 50
941, 726. 30
748, 449. 65
922, 965. 69
598. 215.48
089, 893. 05
878,267. 71
334, 803. 26
000,461.02
002, 795. 24
944,825. 37
833,133.71
635, 497.18
072, 438. 41
357, 622.18
316, 542. 75
254,173.-74
130,409.41
153. 620. 36
936, 209. 50
707, 585.99
567, 688. 23
380, 593. 84
988,48L50
681,097.21
428, 079. 38
341, 036. 09

a B a s e d on r e p o r t s of collectors.
6 I n c l u d e s $274,053.3,0, r e c e i p t s from t a x on m o n e y o r d e r s for first
e n d e d J u n e 30, 1899, t u r n e d o v e r b y t h e P o s t m a s t e r - G e n eral t o t h e
c o l l e c t i n t h a t d i s t r i c t , i s b a s e d u p o n t h e t o t a l r e c e i p t s of t h e s a m e ,
n o e x p e n s e t o collect w a s i n c u r r e d .
-




number
of i:)^rs o n s em
ployed.

Aggregate
receipts, a

$41, 438. 59
34, 087. 43
93,961.39
39, 622. 86
30, 288. 31
44, 238. 60
19, 506. 89
90, 000. 30
107,681.90
107, 251. 58
69,143. 56
23,895. 33
66, 287. 65
70. 308.72
18, 874. 31
23,182. 02
22, 299. 67
84, 646.05
239,417. 92
86,875. 76
120,263.82
111,424.45
40,416.24
132. 692. 68
77, 859. 98
34,915.16
. 15,002. 55
39. 564. 54
76. 043. 21
50, 525.82
25, 800.02
55, 593. 57
23, 703.85

16
13
34
13
16
20
14
34
53
17
19
9
23
18
clO
19
12
20
17
16
18
20
20
40
34
21
9
21
32
20 t
11
22
15

Cost to
collect $1.

50.082
.126
1025
.064
.024
.015
.029
.096
.007
.005
.007
.022
.014
.006
.019
.023
.024
.046
.019
.028
.051
.048
.018
.017
.010
.009
.021
.015
.005
.025
.0.38
.016
.018

,
a n d second q u a r t e r s of fiscal y e a r
d i s t r i c t of M a r y l a n d . T h e c o s t t o
l e s s t a x o n m o n e y o r d e r s , for w h i c h
'

CLin

SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY.

T A B L E 0 . — S T A T E M E N T SHOWING THE AGGREGATE R E C E I P T S , E X P E N S E S , AVERAGE
N U M B E R OF P E R S O N S E M P L O Y E D , AND COST TO COLLECT INTERNAL R E V E N U E
IN THE S E V E R A L C O L L E C T I O N D I S T R I C T S D U R I N G T H E F I S C A L Y E A R E N D E D J U N E

30,1899—Continued.

Collection d i s t r i c t s .

Aggregate
receipts.

Expenses.

$474, 372. 34
7, 599, 888. 84
132, ,867.28
8, 710,, 430. 37
16, 611,i 196. 63
10,127, 727.45
3, 880, 171.25
2, 800,, 146. 55
4, 505, 308. 73
2, 296,,476. 09
2, 624,, 540. 82
14, 528,,118.81
1,776, 682.19
2, 216,,889.33
2, 819, 375. 42
1,074, 921.81
9, 902, 664.93
3,108, 037.24
I, 820, 656. 71
8,504, 214. 65
284, 278.15
490, 633. 47
I, 683, 262. 03
I, 003,,J27.14
574, 106.45
3, 361, 808. 84
1,454,, 042. 24
1,430,, 106. 57
8, 391, 046. 36
I, 076,,019.05

Total
*

$15,524.96
45, 342.75
I I , 351. 65
62, 042.01
87, 834. 23
67, 838. 91
42, 690.71
38, 044.16
55, 810.41
115,1.46. 59
213, 523. 83
160, 466:94
34, 386.76
34,199.09
41, 393.80
43, 209. 74
98,647, 75
70, 871.13
35, 681.95
141,008. 09
31,195. 31
45, 342. 31
68, 264.34
22, 499. 29
24,158. 25
41, 817. 08
91,154. 09
39,835. 56
58, 522.42
21,858. 26

273, 484, 573.44

First New Jersey
Fifth New Jersey
New Mexico....'
First New York
Second N e w Y o r k
Third New York
Fourteenth New York
Twenty-first New York
T w e n t y - e i g h t h N e w Y o r k -.
F o u r t h N o r t h Carolina
Fifth N o r t h Carolina
FirstOhio
T e n t h Ohio
E l e v e n t h Ohio
E i g h t e e n t h Ohio
Oregon
First Pennsylvania
Ninth Pennsylvania
Twelfth Pennsylvania
Twenty-third Pennsylvania
South Carolina
Second T e n n e s s e e
Fifth Tennessee
Third Texas
Fourth Texas
Second V i r g i n i a
Sixth Virginia
W e s t Virginia
First Wisconsin
Second W i s c o n s i n

3, 976,477.10

Average
number
Cost t o
of pers o n s em- collect $1.
ployed.
$0.033
.006
.085
.007
.005
.007
' .011
.014
.012
.050
.081
.011
..019 •
.015
i.015
.040
•. 010
.023
.020
.017
.110
.092
.041
.022
.042
.012
.063
.028
.007
.020
1,398

a B a s e d on r e p o r t s of collectors.

N O T E . — T h e f o r e g o i n g s t a t e m e n t of e x p e n s e s does n o t i n c l u d e s a l a r i e s a n d e x p e n s e s of i n t e r n a l r e v e n u e a g e n t s , s a l a r i e s of t h e officers a n d c l e r k s i n t h e oifice of t h e C o m m i s s i o n e r of I n t e r n a l R e v e n u e , a m o u n t s e x p e n d e d i n d e t e c t i n g a n d p u n i s h i n g v i o l a t i o n s of internal-:^evenue l a w s , cost of p a p e r
for i n t e r n a l - r e v e n u e s t a m p s , a n d c e r t a i n m i s c e l l a n e o u s e x p e n s e s .
A m o u n t of e x p e n s e s as s t a t e d a b o v e
Expenses not included in above
T o t a l e x p e n s e s for fiscal y e a r e n d e d J u n e 30, 1899
Cost t o coUect $1




$3,976, 477.10
615,277.80
4. 591, 754.90
$0.0168

T A B L E P . — S T A T E M E N T O F CUSTOMS B U S I N E S S F O R T H E F I S C A L Y E A R E N D E D J U N E 30,
Vessels e n t e r e d . V e s s e l s cleared.
Districts and ports.

A l a s k a CSitka^. A l a s k a
Albany N Y
Albemarle (Edenton), N. C . .
Alexandria Va
. .. .
Annapolis, Md
Apalachicola, Fla
Ari^.fiua (Nngnlps) Ari7.
Aroostook (Houlton), M e
Atlanta Ga
Baltimore Md
.........
Bangor, M e
Barnstable Mass
Bath Me
.
Beaufort N C
Beaufort S C
Belfast M e
Boston a n d
Charlestown
(Boston), M a s s
Brazos (Brownsville), T e x . .
Bridgeton N . J
Brunswick, Ga.
Bufialo C r e e k (Bufi'alo), N . Y .
Burlington Iowa
Burlington (Trenton), N . J
Cairo, III
Cape Viucent, N. Y
Castine, M e
Champlain (Plattsburg),N. Y .
C h a r l e s t o n S. C .;
.'
Chattanooga Tenn •
<
C h e r r y s t o n e (Cape C h a r l e s
City), Va
Chicago, I U
C i n c i n n a t i , Ohio
C o l u m b u s Ohio
Corpus Christi T e x . . . .
Council Bluffs, I o w a
C u y a h o g a (Cleveland), O h i o . Delaware (Wilmington), Del.
D e n v e r Colo
.•D e s Moines, I o w a




Foreign.

Coastwise.

350

441

5

482

90

20

Foreign.

Coastwise.

Entries
of m e r chandise

366

503

3,020
460

4

-'5"

75

53

893
15
23
262

1,332
29
10
74

943
35
9
19

1,937
1
15
4

6
1,572
1,370
61
9,001
4,416
33
270

27
84

12
10

35
89

3
5

7
94

1, 780-

881
22

1,707

1,045
14

42, 072
676

2
2
281 " " " 3 6 5
4,041
1,093

2
225
1,067

'""466'

4
13
16, 994

1,373
536
9
1,080
109 ' " " 4 i 4 "

1,327
13
1,086
81

'"'m'

i

4,120

557
71

2,321
58
11, 388
202

164

8,600

390

8.484

22, 844
2,569
232
1,234

581
89

5,908
30

773
73

5,752
33

2,i45
108
816
79

Documents
i s s u e d D u t i e s a n d tonnage tax.
t o vessels.
233
221
131
109
228
95

'i,5i5
176
490
307
211
28
161
1,168
5
437
28
224
405
34
55
42
109
292
241
227
40
638
423
118
16*
445
191

1899.

V a l u e of e x p o r t s . .
Aggregate
receipts, a

$43.529.09
82, 041.40

$51, 314.17
82,271.95

1, 576. 02

Foreign.

$13,331

Expenses.
Domestic.

$32,398

1, 601. 32

2 946. 69
2, 275. 28
129, 028. 07
127, 887. 36
38, 394. 99
33. 264. 84
9, 543.80
12, 306. 32
2,100, 792. 77
2,062,161.18
130, 014. 01 ,
130,412. 45
202. 45
515. 29
13,153.13
13, 389. 41
n.59
3, 062. 56
2, 588. 75
1, 454.79
1, 059. 60

207,032
180
1,550
57, 039
25, 470

396,436
1,311, 348
107, 099. 201
3,459, 767
4,338
940,134
1,994

15, 606,192.79
13,158. 23
148. 86
656. 73
14,576. 94
639,901. 53

15, 689, 276.26
15, 025. 45
159. 60
656. 73
16, 367. 61
646. 478. 67
35. 67

2, 437, 731
52, 921

125,599,418
~ 141,651

112,085

10,421,488
7,898, 269

31, 480. 40
165.12
359,106. 46
104,460.48

31,560.78
239.74
362, 022. 76
106, 256. 03

15,805

6,405, 752, 36
610. 661. 22
39.740.16
50,371.06
12, 549.17
657,342.91
27, 283. 33
67,500. 65
21, 283.14

6,417, 497. 59
613, 089. 88
39, 822. 50
53, 647. 64
12, 549.17
659,484.16
28, 322. 79
68, 750. 26
21, 293. 52

864, 210

180.346
10, 702
5,970, 068
8,059,158

127,813

7, 546,999

91, 629

6,123,148

2,239

2,173, 610
3, 874,175

193, 067

—............

Average
n u m b e r Cost t o
of per- collects o n s em$1.
ployed.

$83, 927. 36
10,841.67
1,334.70
1, 550. 82
949. 75
3, 605. 70
27, 231. 87
14, 685. 75
2,138.01
254, 975.72
14, 501. 22
2, 667. 65
8, 388. 94
1,176. 31
4-036.35
2, 051, 58

58
8
2
3
2
4
20
14
2
187
11
9
9
2
5
5

660, 542.59
30, 649. 25
1, 075.74
75.05
7, 245. 60
53, 528.97
358. 40
150. 00
352.64
14, 668.27
4, 069. 99
32, 365.73
14, 636. 93
469. 35

539
26
5
2
5
39
2
2
1
13
6
29
13
2

933. 84
156, 382. 88
33, 392. 24
4, 578. 61
30,413.82
262. 00
29,283. 39
8, 500. 07
7, 747.15
1, 353. 89

3
114
23
3
24
2
21
11
7
2

$1. 636
.132
.968
L224
.211
.382
.174
.121
.111
5.177
.627
101.494
1.318
1.410
.042
2.040
6.740
.114
.443
.083
10. 048
.465
16.977
.089
.138

.024
.054
.115
.b61
.021
.044
.300
.113
.064

Pi
Pi
O
Pi
H

O
H

!2J

Ul

Detroit, Mich
Dubuque, Iowa
Duluth Minn
Dunkirk. N Y
Eastern (Crisfield) Md
Edgartown Mass .
Erie, P a
Evansville. Ind
'..
Fairfield (Bridgeport), Conn..
Fall River, Mass
Fernandina. Fla
Frenchman B a y , ( E l l s worth), Me
Galena III.
. . . . .
Galveston, Tex
Genesee (Rochester). JN. Y
Georgetown, D C

1,597

2,819

1.518

2,894

256

2,528
80

199

2,609
86

2
15

45
893

52
9
116

861
635
170

Gloucester, Mass
Grand Rapids Mich
Great Egg Harbor, (Somers
Point), N . J
Hartford Conn
-.
Humboldt (Eureka), Cal
Huron (Port Huron), M i c h . . .
Indianapolis I n d . . . . .
Kausas City, Mo
Kennebunk Me
Key West, Fla
Knoxville, Tenn
Lacrosse, Wis
.
Lincoln, Nebr
Little Eg2 Harbor (Tuckerton), N . J
Los Angeles, Cal
LouisviUe, Ky
Mf^r.hifls, Mft
. . ., . ,
Marblehead, Mass
Memphia, Tenu ,
.
Memphremagog (Newport),
Vt
M i a m i (Toledo), Ohio
Michigan (Grand H a v e n ) ,
Mich
Milwaukee, Wis
Miunesota (St.Paul), Miun ..
Mobile, A l a
Montana and I d a h o (Great
Falls), M o n t
Nantucket, Mass
NashvUle, T e n n

112




38
43 " " ' 8 5 9 '
62
12
105

1,443
736
151

31
514
VUU

10

2
18
1,035

601

'

230
107
2,165

• 378

563
r21

""'ioi'
2
40
920

663

1
83
82
361
23
7
15

14
271
iSo
488
45
40

16,154
98
1,588
19

228
117
4
. 42
43

227
3
2.351

306

346
22
335
10
830
45
83
337
320
133
91

698. 5.i6. 60
28, 942. 99
5, 879.13
1,10^.40

7, 943. 77
5, 244. 60

701,935.14
29, 032. 35
8. 532. 26
1,110. 90
115.10
512. 03
7,197. 89
17,884. 79
IOO, 817. 26
8,012.84
6,066.74

201
4
249

289.82

547. 89

199, 268.11

207,917.44

60, 254. 95

61/262. 5'l

X, 4 \ j i j

92
21
609

100,490N92

581
607
928
3
5,445
541
891
1,656
5

135
130
79
433
12'
16
278

3,180. 80
85, 974. 43
112,527.10
677. 61
122, 394. 33
150, 322. 87
159, 229.43
214, 854. 68
1,046. 21

64'
9, 640. 44

..

50.45
189, 359. 27
260,952.11
1,059.59
698. 02
28,491.35

242
168 "2," 221'

17,007
293

89'

241, 382. 25
64, 819. 03

245,158.72
65, 742. 34

8,396
13, 753

35
1,543
L938
518

610
456
24
204

8, 434. 05
296,472. 66
484,295.30
26, 577.35

8,497.17 .
297,378. 42
487,936.79
32, 534. 87

11

111
10

15

123
12

74
2

142
1

8,284
13, 653
73'

4.20
113,436.85
822. 6 1 "
127, 233. 39
150,794.33
161, 599. 37
22. 20
225, 420. 19
1, 047. 43
25.98
9, 643. 22

188,4i9.26
259, 432. 27
422. 85
461.35
28, 286. 38

44

67
70
363
535

4, 973. 54
85, 984. 35

470
1,263
42
9
125

190

245
173 '"2,"2i6'

,

40
59
61
317
48
139

48

30
64
363
555
142

ei'

13, 546, 692
3, 241, 621
210
2,182

2, 424, 496

55, 777

1 c

^764

199.92
5, 830.13
17, 836. 45

69, 285
1, 257, 355

.44, 776. 31
47, 395. 36
9 30
25*
13, 613. 21
72
13, 537.14
25
a Based on returns of coUectors.

616

78,420, 904
1. 005. 709

530

47, 807

195, 678
7, 052, 088

5, 486
89, 526

5

1, 652,787

4, 085
2,064

775,779

1\ 327
855
7,695

1, 482, 253
891,053
11,810
274,206
8, 894,424
86,654

73. 996. 90
362. 00
13, 319. 97
1,101.33
2, 281. 55
2, 379. 38
3,912.81
1,747.85
9,901.95
3,490.99
3, 265.10

60
2
11
1
2
4
3
2
6
4
3

.113
.012
1.561
.991
19.822
4.647
.544
.098
.098
.435
.538

3, 380. 08
350. 00
40. 202. 84
17, 408. 44
11, 769. 38
400. 50
12, 841. 48
5, 072. 97

5
1
32
14

6.169

12 ""'2.'582
2
.059

615. 40
633. 71
885. 33
708. 52
275. 65
586. 25
122. 20
26,156. 58
489. 69
362. 00
1, 695. 37

2
5
1
46
5
8
2
19
1
2
2

146.524
.094
'3. 508
.383
.068
.090
5.505
.116
.468
13.934
. .176

292. 00
18,195. 76
15,744. 38
3, 756. 49
1, 885. 01
4, 641. 28

2
16
10
5
3
4

5.788
.096
.060
3.545
2.701
.163

40, 513. 25
7, 891. 98

36
6

.165
.120

6, 562.14
16, 423. 95
33,400. 38
15, 706. 98

14
18
24
14

.772
.055
.068
.483

22,023. 94
407. 00
2, 418. 37

18
2
2

.465
43. 763
.178

10,
2,
48,
10,
14,

8

.193
.073
. ly^

o
tr

T A B L E P . — S T A T E M E N T O F CUSTOMS B U S I N E S S F O R T H E FISCAL YEAR ENDED J U N E 30, 1899—Contmued.
V a l u e of e x p o r t s .

Vessels entered, Vessels cleared.
Districts aud ports.

Newark, N. J
N e w Bedford, M a s s
Newburyport, Mass
N e w H a v e n , (Jonn
N e w London, Conn
Newport, R . I
Newport News, Va
NewYork,N.Y
,
Niagara (NiagaraFalls),N. Y.
Norfolk and i ? o r t s m o u t h
(Norfolk), V a
North a n d South D a k o t a
(Pembina, N. Dak.)
.
N e w Orleans, L a
Omaha, N e b r
Oregon (Astoria), Oreg
Oswegatchie (Ogdensburg),
N Y
Oswego, N . Y
Paducah, K y . . .
Pamlico (Newbein), N. C
P a s o del N o r t e (El Paso), Tex.
Passamaquoddy (Eastport),
Me
Patchogue, N. Y
,
P e a r l R i v e r (Shieidsboro),
Miss
V
Pensacola, F l a
Peoria, IU
Petersburg, V a
„
Philadelphia, P a
Pittsburg, P a
,
Plymouth, Mass
P o r t Jeff'erson, N . Y
Portland a n d F a l m o u t h
(Portland), Me
Portsmouth, N. H
P r o v i d e n c e , R. I
:
P u g e t Sound (Port Townsend), W a s h
,
Richmond, Va
Rock Island, IU




Foreign.
57
39
1
60
17
23
213
4,517
764
144

Coastwises
12
121

Foreign.

DocuE n t r i e s m e n t s D u t i e s a n d ton
issued
Coast- of mer- t o v e s nage tax.
wise. chandise.

729
2,317
795

73
38
1
28
13
13
533
4,093
759

746
9
2
85
2,742
806

2,292

672

737
2

1,211
78
1
408
27
• 20
2,817
376, 235
20, 901

119
137
16
258
235
• 200
. 413
4,925

1,962

73

685

Aggregate
receipts.

$85, 766. 69
15, 689. 31
104.07
50,102. 97
3, 438. 96
3, 775. 22
365, 568. 20
136,786, 901. 86
183, 873. 36

$88,036. 33
16, 228. 48
122. 40
50, 654. 48
3, 596. 77
3, 996. 82
371, 350. 46
137,455,208.62
193, 704. 37

Expenses.
Foi-eign.

Doraestic.

$627, 478

-

$79,386
9,925

18,162
9, 642, 692
577,973

28.159, 655
449, 801, 525
6, 400, 394

20,494. 83
86,270.97
3, 853,193. 48
88, 346. 36
13,75L22

29,531
1, 282, 692
250,791

6,331,156
86,710, 585

1,072

289

1,023

329

""'"94"

'433'

"""'26'

'39i

386

1,305
1,384

282

4,415
412

194, 867. 30
99,652.67

197, 334. 48
99,835. 43

99,106
42, 338

3, 611, 545
1, 777, 892

4,036

644. 45
294, 410. 23

684. 95
, 298,218.07

484, 384

3,855
4, 538, 841

84, 347

464, 973

1,656
1,298

"58"

'"14
1,174
263
508

47
123

267
519

1
1,023

2
784

1,090

258
11
66

458
4
685

1,651
4

546
785

277

52, 045.15

-

54, 662. 66
529.15

8
109
171
550
19, 918
1,412
40

264
211
17
11
940
171
20
79

7,554. 87
38, 714. 92
21,275. 83
280. 78
22,343, 071. 51
303,386. 63
I I , 141. 01

10,48Llf
42,103.71
21,361.92
2, 446. 78
22, 387, 642. 43
304, 207. 06
11,174. 51

411
1
160

2,127
13
1,259

348
73
205

87, 732. 32
2,849.78
251,729. 22

97,747. 55
3,028.14
252, 549. 49

476
777

8,995
176

900
128
103

310, 027.19
21, 879.30

330, 655.23
21, 970. 30
17.77

2
863

150, 049

1,704,939
.14,214, 690
IOO,072

60, 849, 993

197,148

9, 516, 299
2,974
15, 015, 220

6
5
2
7
6
4
36
1,^992
-48

•

$0.116
.260
5.192
.156
1.509
.500
.102
.021
.308
.635

13,011.69

13, 831, 233

16,183.73
. 81,632.69
3,826, 211. 09
87, 258..92
12, 859. 68

1,795
8,912
658
22

378

$10, 222. 73
4, 226. 40
635. 51
7, 919. 58
5,426. 08
1,998.74
37, 867. 62
2,904,796.97
59,568.73

Average
n u m b e r Cost to
of per- collect
s o n s employed.

Pi

hi
O
po

22, 437. 93
202, 881.82
9, 586. 39
12,107.57

15
173
6
14

.260
.053
.109
.880

23,133. 93
14, 084. 70
362.00
2, 484. 28
42,294.14

23
11
2
5
31

.117
.141
3.627
.142

22,405. 43
529.15

20
2

.410
LOOO

o
Ul

7,068.51
12, 266. 47
1, 099. 48
4, 205. 33
469,508. 64
15,293. 59
1, 721. 71

6
11
2
4
440
9
2
2

.674
.291
.051
1.719
.021
.050
.154

50,137. 50
5, 619. 79
17, 393. 68

30
6
13

.513
1.856

95, 281. 55
5,165. 38
364. 28

2

.288
.235
20. 500

O

s
M

Saco, M e
Sag Harbor, N. Y
S a l e m a n d B e v e r l y (Salem),
Mass
Saluria (Eagle Pass), T e x
S a n D i e g o , Cal
S a n d u s k y , Ohio
San Francisco, Cal
Savannah, Ga
St. A u g u s t i n e , F i a
r
•
St. J o h n s ( J a c k s o n v i U e ) , F l a .
St. J o s e p h , M o
St. Louis, M o
St. H?.rlL3 {Cedar K e y s ) , F l a . .
St. M a r y s , G a
,
Sioux City, I o w a
S o u t h e r n Oregon (Coos B a y ) ,
Oreg
Springfield, M a s s
Stonington, Conn
Superior (Marquette), Mich..
Syracuse, N. Y
Tampa, Fla
Tappahannock, Va
Tecbe. (Brashear), L a
Vicksburg, Miss
^ -.
Vermont (Burlington), V t
Waldoboro, Me
Wheeling, W . Va
Wiscasset, Me
Wilmington, N. C
Willamette (Portland), Oreg..
Yaquina, Oreg

York, M e

23
289

156
544
792
324
2
67

92
1,749
284
450

146
501
735
329

361

26
1,749
631
423
2
356

27
3,558
885
411
29, 258
223
8
104
,208

24

7
1,266

11
1,313
246
265
161

9
6,956
134
*i72'

90
232

118
244
20
92
241
56

178
14
1,424

17
107
124

40
65
157
56

1
15, 576
248
16
19
33
1,728

.
=

Total.

94
38
19
102
1,076
143
49
120
339
254
46
13

33,719

82, 797

33, 514

81,132

697,046

112
174
414
127
240
166
53
21
387
159
95
97
126
8
6
33, 795

606.23

10.20
606.23

396. 45
588.90

1, 723. 75
135, 978.73
70, 386.54
3, 093.49
6,568,712.19
55,728.78
8, 328.68
17, 267.39
68, 815.46
1,226,039.15
1L66
101.72
18,086.42'

2.162.19
140,012. 99
71, 522. 35
3,115.49
6, 603,855. 26
59, 391. 79
8, 338. 88
17, 724. 37
68, 902. 51
1,228, 867. 68
20. 73
139. 30
18,091.80

46.62
34, 506. 73
1,229. 51
40, 366. 32
89, 568.31
431,440. 89

672.12
34,570. 74
1,300? 54
40,484.65
90, 683. 41
436, 866.33

1.00
4.58
318, 655. 51
3, 381. 03
985.16
313.04
9, 854.03
398,141.85

15.00
59.83
323, 411. 33
4,467.13
1, 088. 73
698.17
11, 093. 26
403, 513. 93
-)

206,122, 649. 36

207,254, 063. 82

58, 238
8,831
755,110
488-

2, 810,640
1,417, 030
115, 678
' 29, 459,794
24, 029,084

63

176, 245
3,666
19, 273

110,395
2,562

1, 017, 839

3,162

22, 092,051 I, 203,807, 092

:

C o s t t o c o l l e c t $ 1 . . . .•
:.. I n a d d i t i o n t o t h e a b o v e , t h e r e w a s e x p e n d e d on a c c o u n t o f c o l l e c t i n g t h e r e v e n u e from c u s t o m s for 1898 a n d p r i o r y e a r s .




11, 023
7, 586, 526
8, 963,762

•

A m o u n t of e x p e n s e s r e p o r t e d b y coUectors a s a b o v e .
Miscellaneous expenses not included in above
Total

953, 673

1
3

5, 851. 63
37,168.33
18,625. 25
.3, 592. 08
392,813.76
13, 952. 61
1,490. 56
3,576. 25
5, 411.67
47, 229. 05
676.45
1,324.91
955. 59

6
27
18
8
255
9
2
4
3
34

1,675.90
4,143. 80
683.18
21,102.88
8, 675. 70
26,720.22
836. 55
2, 589. 66
505. 80
58, 61L 31
6, 765. 07
1,042.19
2, 977. 32
7, 002.48
57, 098. 32
1,072.00
250. 00

•|.

2
2

38.868
.971
2.706
.265
.260
L153
.059
.235
.179
.202
.079
.038
32. 631
9.511
.053

2
2.493
.120
3
.525
2
.521
24
.096
5
.061
17
2
3 172. 644

:
.
53
7
2
3
4
42
2
I

8.454
.181
1.514
.957
4. 264
.631
.142

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.

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w

Pi

>

Pi
O
Pi
H

W
Pi
H
Pi
Pi

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6,864,191.10
1, 864, 190.10
321, 355. 97
7,185,546.07
$0. 03467
$181, 067. 21

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APPENDIX TO THE REPORT ON THE FINANCES.

FI 99

1







A.FI>E]SrDIX.
EEPOETS

OF HEADS

OF BUEEAUS.

EEPORT OF THE TREASURER.

TREASURY DEPARTMENT,
OFFICE OF THE TREASURER,

Washington, Decemher 1, 1899,
S I R : In the transactions and condition of the Treasury for the past
year several changes will be noted. The subscriptions to the three per
cent war loan were fully paid according to their terins. A notable
activity was exhibited in all kinds ofcurrency, with a marked increase
in the use of gold coin and in less degree of silver coin, while the prosperity of the country has at no time left any part of the Government
notes in the Treasury above the demands of daily business in its several offices.
REVENUES AND E X P E N D I T U R E S .

A complete statement of the net ordinary revenues and expenditures,
as they are commonly classified, Ibr the fiscal years 1898 and 1899, is
contained in the table which follows:
1898.

1899.

Increase.

$149, 575, 062.35
170, 900, 641.49
1, 243.129.42
83, 602, 501.94

$206,128, 481.75
273,437,161. 51
I, 678, 246. 81
34, 716, 730.11

$56, 553, 419.40
102, 536, 520. 02
435,117. 39

405, 321,335.20

515,960,620.18

159,525, 056.81
110, 639, 284. 98

19,764, 251.59
4, 902, 511.15
. 8, 671, 352. 83
54, 355, 678. 84
2,485, 581.13
6, 341,129. 63
91, 992, 000. 29
58, 823, 984. 80
10, 994, 667.70
147,452,368.61
37, 585, 056. 23

22,357, 527.40
4, 499,146. 87
8, 966,478. 23
54, 867,594. 27
22, 624, 019. 80
5, 876, 489. 33
229, 841,254.47
63, 942,104. 25
12,805, 711.14
139, 394, 929. 07
39, 896,925. 02

443, 368, 582. 80

605,072,179.85

170,629, 041.17
161, 703, 597. 05

38,047, 247.60

89, 111, 559. 67

51,064, 312. 07

Decrease.

REVENUES.

Customs
Miscellaneous
Total
Net

$48, 885, 771. 83
48, 885, 771.83

EXPENDITURES.

Customs
Interior civil
Treasury proper.. -.
Diplomatic . . . .
J udiciary
War Department
Navy Department
Indians
Pensions . . . .
Interest
Total
Net
Deficiency




.

....

....

'

•

2, 593,275.81
403, 364.28
295,125.40
511,915.43
20,138, 438.67
464, 640.30
137, 849, 254.18
5,118,119.45
I, 811, 043.44
8 057 439 54
2, 311, 868. 79
8, 925, 444.12

REPORT ON THE FINANCES.

The results of the new revenue laws are shown in the receipts for
the year, in which there was an increase of $56,553,419.40 from the
customs, and oneof $102,536,520.02 from internal revenue, as compared
with 1898. The receipts from the latter source were exceeded only
once in the history of that tax, in 1866. From miscellaneous sources,
also, the receipts were "exceeded only once, in 1898, when they were
abnormally swelled by the proceeds of the sale of the Pacific railroads.
The total ordinary receipts of $515,960,620.18 were greater than those
of any previous year, with the exception again of 1866, when they
were a trifle under $520,000,000. On the side of the expenditures the
total of upward of $605,000,000 was exceeded only by the three most
active years of the war of the rebellion. The net deficiency of the
ordinary revenues was $89,111,559.67, an increase of $51,064,312.07
over that of the previous year.
A corresponding statement of the receipts and disbursements on
account of the public debt is annexed:
Account.

1898.

1899.

Increase.

Decrease.

RECEIPTS.

$5, 950.00
54, 260, 000.00
29, 642, 000.00.
22, 024, 970. 00
173, 620, 000.00
53, 675,000.00

522,490, 720. 00 234, 409, 260. 00
189, 262, 800.00

45,146, 460. 00

29,942, 062.00
54, 260, 000. 00
43, 302,000. 00
15, 990, 460.00
1, 362,020.00
150, 543, 000. 00
88, 820, 000. 00

14, 622, 363.48
88, 404, 000.00
38,401, 000.00
16, 649, 275. 50
3,122, 330. 00
143,831, 000.00
36,120, 000. 00

15, 319, 698. 52

384, 219, 542. 00

Total
Net

$199, 201,210. 00 $199,195, 260. 00
88,404, 000. 00 34,144, 000. 00
30, 712, 000. 00
1,070, 000. 00
21, 973, 510. 00
151, 360, 000.00
30, 840, 000. 00

333, 227, 920. 00

Bonds
United States notes
Treasury notes of 1890
N^ational-bank notes
Silver certificates
Currency certificates

341,149, 968. 98

$51,460.00
22, 260, 000. 00
22, 835, 000. 00

DISBURSEMENTS.

Bonds and fractional c u r r e n c y . . .
United States notes
T r e a s u r y n o t e s of 1890
National-bank notes
C o l d certificates . . .
Silver certificates
Total
Net
E x c e s s of r e c e i p t s
E x c e s s of d i s b u r s e m e n t s . . .

181,340,751.02

34,144,000. 00
4, 901, 000. 00
658. 815.50
1, 760, 310. 00
6,712, 000. 00
52, 700, 000. 00
36, 563,125. 50

79 632 698 52
43, 069, 573. 02

232, 332, 373. 02

50, 991, 622. 00

From the two foregoing tables, the footings of which are combined
below, it appears that the total receipts on all accounts by warrants,
were $1,038,451,340.18, and the total disbursements $946,222,148,83:
Account.

'.

1898.

1899.

Increase.

Decrease.

RECEIPTS.

Ordinary . .
Debt .'.
Total

$405,321,335.20
333, 227, 920.00

$515, 960, 620.18 $110, 639, 284-. 98
522, 490, 720. 00 189, 262, 800. 00

738,549, 255. 20 1,038, 451, 340.18

299, 902, 084. 98

DISBURSEMENTS.

Ordinary
Debt
Total
E x c e s s of r e c e i p t s
E x c e s s of d i s b u r s e m e n t s . .




443, 368,582.80
384,219, 542. 00

605,072,179.85 161,703,597.05
341,149, 968. 98

827, 588,124. 80

946,222,148. 83

118, 634, 024.03

92,229,191. 35

181, 268, 060. 95

89, 038, 869. 60

$43, 069, 573. 02

TREASURER.

5

The results of the operations of the two years, as shown in the
accounts, may be indicated thus:
Account.
B a l a n c e from p r e v i o u s y e a r
K e c e i p t s for y e a r
Total
D i s b u r s e m e n t s for y e a r
Balance to next year

1898.

1899.

$864,790, 237 71
738, 549,255 20

Increase.

Decrease.

$775, 751, 368 11
1,038,451,340 18 $299, 902, 084 98

1, 603,339, 492 91
827, 588,124. 80

1,814, 202, 708. 29
946, 222,148.83

210,863, 215. 38
118, 634, 024.03

775,751,368.11

867,980, 559.46

$89, 038, 869. 60

92,229,191.35

In addition to the ordinary revenues there become available for the
fiscal uses of the Treasury the proceeds of whatever loans may be
floated, whether represented by interest-bearing obligations or notes
intended to circulate as currency. Deposits of lawful money for the
retirement of national-bank notes are also covered into the Treasury
as a receipt, and increase for the time being the general balance, l^rom
this point of view the operations of tbe two years appear as shown in^
the following table:
Accouut.

1899.

1898.

Increase.

Decrease.

RECEIPTS.

Ordinarv . . .
United States notes
!N a t i o n a l . b a n k n o t e s
Total
Net

$405, 321, 335. 20
5, 950.00
54, 260, 000. 00
22, 024, 970. 00
481, 612, 255. 20

Total
Net
E x c e s s of r e c e i p t s
E x c e s s of dia b u r s e m e n t s

18 $110, 639, 284. 98
00 199,195, 260. 00
34,144, 000. 00
00
00

825,539, 340.18

605, 072,179
14, 622, 363
88, 404, 000
16, 649, 275

85
48
00
50

161,703,597 05

724, 747, 818.83

$5i,460.6o
51, 460. 00

343, 978, 544. 98
343,927,084 98

196, 506,412. 55
181,186, 714.03

'.

DISBURSEMENTS.

Bonds and fractioual c u r r e u c y . . .
TTnited S t a t e s n o t e s
National-bank notes

$515, 960, 620
199, 201, 210
88, 404, 000
21, 973, 510.

443, 368,
29, 942,
54, 260,
15, 990,

582.80
062. 00
000. 00
460.00

543, 561,104. 80

15, 319, 698. 52
34,144, 000. 00
. 658,815.50
15, 319, 698. 52

100, 791, 521. 35
61, 948, 849. 60

162, 740, 370. 95

As a more particular indication of the precise sources of the fiscal
surplus of $100,791,521.35 for the last year, which is shown in the above
statement, the items of receipt and expenditure contributing to this
result may be segregated as follows:
Net proceeds of loan of 1898
ID crease of deposits for retiring bank notes

$198,678,720.00
5, 324,234.50
$204, 002, 954.50

Deficiency in ordinary revenues
Payment'of Pacific Railroad bonds
Redemption of matured debt

89, 111, 559.67
14, 054, 560.00
45, 313. 48
103,211,433.15

Net fiscal surplus

100,791,521.35

A summary of the operations involved in the issue and redemption
of Treasury notes of 1890 and the three classes of certificates which
circulate as money, operations -hich do not affect the fiscal resources



6

REPORT ON T H E F.TNANCES.

of the Treasury, nor even the volume of money in circulation, may be
given as below:
1898.

Account.

1899.

Increase.

Decrease.

RECEIPTS.

$29, 642, 000. 00
227,295,000. 00

212,912, 000. 00

44, 025,000. 00

43, 302, 000. 00
240,725,020. 00

38, 401, 000.00
183, 073, 330. 00

4, 901, 000. 00
57,651, 690. CO

284, 027, 020.00

Total

$30, 712, 000. 00
182, 200, 000. 00

256, 937, 000. 00

T r e a s u r y n o t e s of 1890
Certificates

221, 474, 330.00

62, 552,690. 00

27, 090, 020. 00

8,562,330.00

18, 527, 690. 00

$1,070, 000.00
$45,095, 000.00

DISBURSEMENTS.

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 . .

THE T H R E E P E R CENT LOAN.

The receipts for the war loan of 1898 began in June of that year and
were closed in April, 1899. They were distributed among the Treasury
offices in a way which shows how widely scattered the subscriptions
were and how fairly every part ofthe country was represented in them.
Many payments from distant places were made at the Washington
office, and also at the Eew York office, while at the subtreasuries in
other cities the transactions Avere more of a local character. The rapidity with which the money came into the Treasury is exhibited in the
subjoined statement, by months:
Montb.

Washington.

'.

.

Moatb.
June
Jalv
August
September
October
November
December
1899—Jauuary
Eebruary
Marcb.
April

$12, 289, 210. 00
69,782,118.31
19,102,769.18
22, 496, 998. 38
2, 787, 586. 58
I, 426, 534.56
501,870.64
172,640.78
43,121. 80
28,271.13
5,161.43

$955,140.00
700, 620. 00
1, 349,596.29
266, 012. 37
164, 785.72
25, 429. 21
4, 974. 28
6, 911.80
1, 957.40

128, 633, 696. 21

•

Total.
Kef uncled

1898

New York.

128, 636, 282.79
2, 586.58

1898—June
July
• • Aiigust
Septeraber
October
November
December
1899—Ja.nuary
Eebruary....
Marcb
April

Net

Baltimore.

Boston.
'.

Total....




..

Pbiladelpbia.

$2, 756,470. 00
1, 550, 744. 00
27,461, 978.29
4, 223, 762. 95
3, 649,451.59
738,032.32
344, 549.13
54, 871. 24
13, 329. 57
3,432.12
5, 576.93

• $1 152,470.00
770, 258. 00
2, 256, 333. 59
255, 632. 86
114, 858.15
39, 556.29
22, 351.50
3,511. 8o
274. 87

3, 475,427. 07

40,802,198.14

4 615, 247.11

3,475,427. 07

40, 802,198.14

4 615 247.11

...

Cinciunati. .

$1, 986, 900.00
555,300.00
2, 845, 000. 75
128, 410. 22
474, 627.10
38, 509. 98
20,140.14
7, 816. 20
5, 230.42
1, 396. 77
.80

$1, 755, 860. 00
569, 288. 00
757, 342.13
143, 616.41
200,464.39
88, 285. 77
4,310.93
1,337. 93

6, 063, 332. 38

3, 520, 506. 44

Cbicago.
$3, 812,246.80
2, 603,140. 02
307, 296. 30
1,180, 628.63
101, 898. 69
53, 895.47
1,359.46
183.08

St. L o u i s .
$985,540. 00
306, 568. 00
696, 052. 65
95, 723. 79
112,969.44
3,239 71
2, 686. 97
365.08

.88
8, 060,648.45

2 203,145.64

TREASURER.
Montb.

N e w Orleans.

San Erancisco.

Total.

1898—June
July
August —
September..
October
November.
December.
1899—January —
Eebruary...
Marcb
April

$97,480. 00
34,120. 00
72, 367. 20
7,489.93
4, 258.14
3, 633.16
1,116. 95

"'97i.'46'

999. 08
2, 077. 85

$26, 514,836.80
74,870, 076.31
57,623, 110.13
27, 956,017.52
8, 704,897.41
2,470, 283.47
959, 262. 88
250, 093.04
65, 825.42
34, 099.98
13, 788.41

Total.

223,165. 06

1,862, 338. 29

199,462, 291.37

223,165. 06

1, 862, 338. 29

199,459,704.79

$723, 520. 00
601, 060. 00
478,530.03
31,074.31^
15,267. 67
5,163. 78
•3,366.87
1,278.70

1,728.28

.Refunded ..

2,586.58

Net ..

Of the receipts $125,212,339.21 came in the form of checks, $28,736,491
in gold coin, $25,339,742 in United States uotes, and the rest in other
kinds of money, as redted in the table given below:
Kind.

Washington.
$214,626.00
4.00
148.00
1, 562, 96u. 00
2, 000. 00

Gold coin
Standard silver dollars
E r a c t i o n a l s i l v e r coin
Dnited States notes
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
M i n o r coin
C h e c k s collected t b r o u g b b a n k s

1, 641, 597. 00
22. 00
125, 212, 339. 21

Total.

128, 633, 696. 21

Boston.

6, 063, 332. 38

Total

Kiud.

$24,138, 809. 00
1, 591.00
11,956,456.00
243, 422. 00
949,153.00
75, 000.003, 437,631. 00
136.14

$166, 703.00
6,198.00
243.00
2,188,172. 00
43, 357.00
847,405. 00
3, 790. 00
1,359,354.00
25.11

3,475,427. 07

40, 802,198.14

4,615, 247. I I

Cbicago.

St. L o u i s .

$80,000.00

$137, 330.00

40.00
620. 00
500.00
000.00
000. 00
346. 00
.44

53.00
434. 00
893. 00
485. 00
640.00
743. 00
70.45

$28, 835.00
20.00
1.00
824, 078. 00
161,175. 00
268,500.00
3, 560, 00
916,936. 00
40.64

8,060,648.45

2, 203,145.64

1, 323,
40,
521,
7,
1, 548,

4,703,
664,
457,
7,
2, 089,

3, 520, 506. 44

New Orleans.
$25. 00
165. 00
226. 00
57, 340. 00
6, 696. 00
12, 520.00

San E r a n c i s c o .

Total.

146,171. 00
22.06

1, 845, 836. 00
244. 00
116. 00
7, 850. 00
476. 00
1,725. 00
200. 00
5,882. 00
9.29

$28, 736,491.00
7,718. 00
2, 736.00
25, 339, 742.00
1, 273,325.00
4,872,158. 00
108, 900, 00
13,905, 945.00
350. 58
125, 212, 339.21

223,165. 06

Gold coin
S t a n d a r d silver dollars
I ' 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
National-bank notes
Gold c e r t i f i c a t e s
Silver certificates
M i n o r coin
C h e c k s collected t h r o u g h b a n k s .

Total.,

Pbiladelpbia.

$382, 484.00
8.00
190. 00
922,471. 00
27, 570. 00
970,100. 00
5,140.00
1,167,452.00
12. 07

Cincinuati.

$1, 741,843. 00
1,079. 00
128.00
1,793,361.00
83, 236. 00
844, 270.00
6, 570. 00
1, 592,833.00
12.38

Gold coin
Standard silver dollars
Eractional silver coin..
United States notes
T r e a s u r y n o t e s of 1890.
National-bank notes...
Gold certificates
S i l v e r certificates
M i n o r coin
...--.

New York.

Baltimore.

1, 862, 338. 29

199,459,704.79

STATE OF T H E TREASURY.

From the new loan and the improved revenues the Treasury was
enabled, notwithstanding the emergencies of a state of war, to gather
the strength which gave to it the independent and commanding position



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REPORT ON THE FINANCES.

SO necessary to the health and soundness of the financial system ofthe
country.
The improvement is no less marked in the aggregate of available
resources than in their character, as the gain in the total holdings may
be said to have been almost entirely in the shape of gold, the minor
variations in the other assets offsetting each other. Jiudeed, the position
of the Treasury is stronger than is indicated by the figures themselves,
for besides the concession made to the demands of the situation in the
increase of deposits with the banks, the Department first refused tenders of gold in exchange for paper and afterwards increased the use of
gold in its disbursements.
The assets and liabilities of the fiscal branch of the Treasury's business, on June 30, 1898 and 1899, were:
J u n e 30, 1898.

June 30,1899.

$166,144,167.90
15,174,798.99
54, 395, 580. 38
1,248,024.41
38,743, 017.17
42, 214. 32

$249,462,514.92
8, 412, 600. 32
28,146, 908. 84
272, 227. 05
76, 283, 655. 30
39,415.82

275,747,803.17

362, 617, 322. 25

209, 282, 643.13
66, 465,160. 04

284, 488,516. 20
78,128, 806. 05

275,747, 803.17

362, 617, 322. 25

ASSETS.

Gold coin and bullion
Silver coin and bullion
Notes and certificates
Minor coin and fractional currency
Deposits in national banks
Bonds and interest paid
Total
LIABILITIES

General account
Agency account
Total

The corresponding figures, which follow, for the issue branch of the
business show only unimportant changes:
J u n e 30,1898.

J u n e 30, 1899.

ASSETS.
$37, 420,149. 00
499, 763, 784. 00
26, 675, OOo. 00

G o l d coin a n d bullion
S i l v e r dollarsfand b u l l i o n
United States notes
Total

" .

$34, 297, 819.00
499, 603, 784. 00
21, 355, 000.'00

563, 858, 933. 00

555, 256, 603.00

37,420,149. 00
398,556, 504. 00
26, 675, 000. 00
101, 207, 280. 00

34,297,819.00
406, 085, 504.00
21, 355, 000. 00
93, 518, 280. 00

563, 858, 933. 00 •

555, 256, 603. 00

LIABILITIES.
Gold certificates
S i l v e r certificates
C u r r e n c y certificates
T r e a s u r y n o t e s of 1890
Total

On a preceding page it was shown t h a t t h e general Treasury balance,
which stood charged to the Treasurer at the close of the fiscal year,
was $867,980,559.46. In addition to this the Treasurer had in his custody
$78,128,806.05 as depositary of disbursing officers' balances and other
funds, besides $1,637,028,65 which has been received in the revenues
but.not yet covered by warrant, making in all $947,746,394.16 for which
he was accountable. Against this he held $917,873,925.25 in cash and
credits, which, with $29,872,468.91 in funds classed as unavailable, balanced the account. These figures, with the items composing the totals,
^re given in the next table, which is a summarized statement of the



TREASURER.

assets and liabilities of the Treasury on all accounts at the close of the
last two fiscal years:
J u n e 30,1898.

J u n e 30,1899.

.$203, 564, 316.90
514. 938, 582. 99
81,070, 580. 38
1, 248, 024. 41
38,743,017.17
42, 214. 32

$283, 760, 333.92
508, 016, 384. 32
49, 501, 908. 84
272, 227. 05
283, 655. 30
39, 415. 82

839, 606,736.17

917, 873, 925. 25

28,101, 644. 91
1, 494, 372. 63
187.51

28,101,644.91
1,494,372.63
276, 451. 37

ASSETS.

Gold coin a n d b u l l i o n
S i l v e r coin a n d b u l l i o n
IS! otes a n d certificates
:
M i n o r coin a n d f r a c t i o n a l c u r r e n c y , . . .
Deposits in national b a n k s
Bonds and interest paid
Total available
Deposits with States
Unavailable funds
U n p a i d l o s s on r e c o i n a g e
Total unavailable

29, 596, 205.05

29, 872, 468.91

869,202, 941. 22

947,746, 394.16

775, 751, 368.11
66,465,160.04
26, 986,413. 07

867, 980, 559.46
78,128,806.05
1, 637, 028. 65

869, 202, 941. 22

Aggregate

947,746, 394.16

LIABILITIES,

General account
Agency account
Uncovered moneys

THE PUBLIC DEBT.

All of the operations, so far as completed, relating to the new 3 per
cent loan, were taken into the accounts of the year, although part of
the subscriptions were paid into the Treasury during the month of
June, 1898. The total amount of these bonds paid for and prepared
for issue was $199,194,960, but, on revision, applications amounting to
$516,240 were found to be irregular and the bonds were withheld and
the money refunded. The amount of these bonds actually issued up to
the close of the year was $198,678,720. Aside from this loan, the most
important event aff'ecting the debt was the maturity, which occurred on
January 1, of the last of the bonds issued to the Pacific railroads,
amounting to $14,004,560; of these, $13,970,560 were presented and
paid during the year. The total amount of this class of bonds outstanding on June 30 was $79,000, all i3ast due and bearing no interest.
Eefunding certificates of the face value of $3,690, with interest
thereon amounting to $2,560, were converted into $6,250 of the 4 per
cent bonds of 1907. The other changes in the principal of the debt
appear in the subjoined tabulation:
Title.

F u n d e d l o a n o f 1891.
E u n d e d l o a n of 1907
Eefunding certificates.
L o a n o f 1904
L o a n of 1925
T e n - t w e n t i e s of 1 8 9 8 . . .
M a t u r e d loans
Old d e m a n d n o t e s .
United States notes
Eractional currency —
National-bank notes —
Gold certificates
Silver certificates
C u r r e n c y certificates . .
T r e a s u r y n o t e s of 1890.

Total




interest.!

W h e n payable.

P e r cent.
2 O p t i o n of U n i t e d
States.
4 J u l y I; 1907
4 Convertible
5 E e b . 1,1904
4 E e b . 1,1925
3 A f t e r A u g . 1,1908.
On d e m a n d
do
-do.
-do.
-do.
-do.
.do.
-do.
.do.

J u n e 30,1898.

J u n e 30,1899.

$25, 364,500.00

$25, 364,500.00"

559, 646, 050.00
41,520. 00
100, 000,000. 00
162, 315,400.00

559, 652, 300.00
37, 830.00
IOO, 000, 000.00
162, 315, 400.00
198, 678, 720. 00
1,218, 300. 26
53, 847.50
346, 681, 016. 00
6. 881, 408. 66
35, 817, 381. 50
34,297, 819.00
406,085, 504.00
21,325, 000. 00
93, 518, 280.00

1, 202, 680. 26
53, 997. 50
346, 681, 016.00
6, 884, 752.14
30,493,147. 00
37,420,-149.00
398,556,504.00
26, 605, 000. 00
101, 207, 280. 00

1, 796, 531, 995. 90 1,991,927,306.92

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REPORT

ON T H E

FINANCES.

In the table below, the debt is classified with respect to the conditions
which affect the payment of the principal:
June 30,1898.

Condition of payraent.
At
At
On
On
On

June 30,1899.

$25, 364,500.00
$25, 364, 500. 00
822,002,970. 00 1, 020, 684,250. 00
43,970,937. 92
38, 694, 576.90
447, 888, 296. 00 440,199,296. 00
461, 708, 323.00
462, 581,653. 00

option of the United States
raaturity, fiiture dates
demand, without reissue . . demand, for reissue
deraand, out of deposits
Total

1,796, 531, 995. 90 1,991,927,306.92

Exclusive of the certificates and Treasury notes, which are payable
out of full deposits in the Treasury, the debt is arranged as follows
under the three heads ofthe ordinary classification:
Class.

June 30,1898.

June 30,1899.

$847, 367,470. 00 $1 046, 048 750 00
1, 262, 680. 26
1, 218, 300.26
384,1.12,912.64
389,433, 653. 66

Interest-bearing
Matured
Bearing no interest
Total

1,232,743,062.90

P A P E R CURRENCY IN

1 436 700 703 92

CIRCULATION.

The United States notes in circulation June 30, 1898, amounted to
$286,572,329, the Treasury notes to $98,665,580, and the silver certificates to $390,659,080. These amounts became, June 30,1899, of United
States notes, $310,547,349; of Treasury notes, $92,605,792; and pf silver certificates, $401,869,343. The national-bank notes in circulation at
tbe beginning of the fiscal year were $223,129,703 and at its close were
$237,832,594. The paper in circulation was thus increased during the
year by $43,828,380. By reason of these changes in Government paper,
the holdings of the Treasury in its ten offices fell, in United States notes,
from $34,063,687 June 30, 181J8, to $15,278,667 June 30, 1899; in Treasurynotes from $2,541,700 to $912,488 at the same dates; and silver certificates from $7,897,424 to $4,216,161.
RETIREMENT

OF T R E A S U R Y NOTES.

The redemption of Treasury notes of 1890 went forward during the
year. The atnount outstanding was, at the highest for the close of any
month, $153,453,629, November, 1893. The retirement since that date
has been steady, bringing the sum outstanding to $101,207,280 at the
close of June, .1898, and to $93,518,280, June, 1899. For these notes
retired silver dollars were paid out of the Treasury, which were eitlier
put into circulation or treated as a basis for the issue of silver certificates. The process therefore was not a contraction of the currency, but
only a change of form to this extent.
REDUCTION OF P A P E R IN T H E

TREASURY.

This reduction in the total of paper held by the Treasury from
$44,502,811 to $20,407,316, was caused by the payment of Government
obligations to creditors in that form, and by the receipt of revenue in
increasing measure in gold coin. The Treasury was thus brought to
the minimum of such currency required for its daily business.



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TREASURER.
VOLUME OF GOVERNMENT P A P E R RESTRICTED.

As the volume of United States notes is limited by statute, of Treasury notes by the bullion and resultant dollars, and of silver certificates
by the standard dollars against which they are issued, this office was
prevented from making favorable response to requests for notes or certificates, except for redemption or exchange in kind. The request was
in most cases for small denominations. This office had taken the precaution to lay by a liberal supply of small notes, and always sent them
out in kind in redemption of unfit currency and in exchange for large
denominations. The Treasury spared no effort to meet the demands of
business.
SMALL DENOMINATIONS CALLED FOR.

These transactions reached very liberal proportions and, with the
payments in small notes for warrants, led to the changes which appear
in the table attached. The great increase in gold coin and.in paper of
denominations of $20 and under is noteworthy. The change in paper
marks the efforts of the Treasury to respond to the demand for small
notes. Comparison is made for four consecutive years:
S e p t e m b e r 30—
Denomination.
1896.
.

Paper currency:
One d o l l a r
T w o dollars
'.
E i v e dollars
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Total t w e n t y dollars and under
Eifty dollars
One b u n d r e d d o l l a r s
E 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
Eive tbousaud dollars .
Ten thousand dollars
T o t a l fifty d o l l a r s a n d o v e r
"

Afirerresfatenaner
Unknown, destroyed
N e t paper

.

.. . . . . . . . . . .

1898.

$478,771,490

$528,098, 753

$622, 649, 812

$646 561 185

46, 090,748
30,742, 360
279,812,149
304, 921,106
211, 389, 620

Gold coin

1897.

47, 388, 215
30, 436, 596
273, 393, 522
302,691,417
207, 524, 076

51.643.535
32, 782, 988
282, 639, 237
316,745,997
219,279,106

57 810 855
35, 983, 321
291 845,505
324, 244,112
251, 872, 486

872, 955,983

861, 433,826

903, 090, 863

961, 756, 279

39,948, 215
79,773,270
10,043, 500
89, 255, 500
6. 540, 000
46,800, 000

43, 625, 865
80, 819,070
19, 373, 500
89, 678, 500
6, 620, 000
65,450,000

50, 452, 390
60, 382, 470
19,353,500
68,053,500
5,855, 000
29,960, 000

60, 229, 915
68,990 170
21,647 500
68,923 500
14, 630, 000
42, 810, 000

272, 360,485

305, 506, 935

234,056,860

277, 231, 085

1,145, 316, 468
1, 000, 000

1,167,000,761
1, 000, 000

1,137,147, 723
1,000,000

1,238,987,364
1, 000, 000

. . . 1,144, 316,468

1,166,000,761

1,136,147,723

1, 237,987, 364

1899.

The gold coin, all in denominations of $20 or below, steadily increased
from $478,771,490, September 3i., 1896, to $646,561,185, on the same
date of 1899. In the small notes there was a shrinkage from 1896 to
1897 of $11,522,157, but from 1897 to 1898 the increase was $41,657,037,
while from 1898 to 1899 the amount ran up by $58,665,416. During
that year, if we count coin and paper, the increase of these small
denominations is found to be $82,576,789. To the total circulation in
paper within the same year an addition was made of $101,839,641, and
of this $43,174,225 was in the larger denominations. It is fair in reckoning the total circulation to include the addition in gold for the year,
which was $23,911,373, and raises the total increase to $125,751,014.
Much of the exchange of currency was made by deposits with the
assistant treasurer in New York, paid for by other offices, and chiefly



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REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.

by shipment to various points from Washington.
year 1899 these transactions were:
DEPOSITS

WITH

THE

ASSISTANT T R E A S U R E R U N I T E D
SHIPMENTS.

During the fiscal

STATES,

NEW

YORK,

FOR

Paid.
K i n d of m o n e y .

United States notes
T r e a s u r y n o t e s of 1890
Silver certificates
Total

Received,
NewYork.

Washingtou.

Chicago.

.

$22,330,000
1, 057, 000 $12,386,000
45, 000
1, 837, 000
50, 000
1,934, 000
23, 482, 000

St. Louis.

N e w Orleans.

$625, 000

$280, 000
120, 000

$1,400,000
1, 951,200
312,100
2, 636, 700

625, 000

400, 000

6, 300, 000

16,157, 000

o
MOVEMENT OF SILVER.

In the fiscal year 1898 the ten Treasury offices paid out in standard
dollars $40,832,149, and in the fiscal year 1899, $42,532,296, an increase
of $1,700,147. A t the same time in 1898 the receipts in standard dollars
were $54,007,934, and in 1899, $37,581,040, a decrease of $16,426,894.
These changes indicate that these coins remain in circulation in growing degree.
The maximum of silver dollars in circulation at the close of any month
was reached in December, 1890, as the result of urgent efforts to pro-,
mote their use, when the record was $67,547,023. The minimum since
that date appears in July, 1894, at $50,959,540. July 1, 1898, of these
standard dollars, the sum in circulation was $57,259,791, which becaine
$63,381,751 on July 1, 1899, and on September 30, 1899, $68,755,243.
A new maximum was attained November 14, when the volume was
$71,936,815.
FRACTIONAL SILVER COIN.
V

The Treasury in its several offices received in fractional silver in
1898 $31,406,047, and ih 1899 $36,593,199, while they disbursed in
1898 $32,879,730, and in 1899 $40,189,375. The estimated stock of
fractional silver ranged above $80,000,000 from July, 1881, to August,
1883, and during that- period the amount in circulation was from
$54,311,108 to $52,190,792. The stock has never been so high since
and was $76,421,429 June 30, 1898, and $76,746,179 June 30, 1899.
The amount in circulation ran up to $67,327,267 in December, 1892, was
$64,323,747, July 1, 1898, and July 1, 1899, $70,675,682, becoming on
October 1, 1899, $74,045,762, and on November 1, $76,173,164, the
highest ever reached.
The Treasury held as much as $31,694,365 in fractional silver coin in
June, 1885, but has been paying it out freely as called for. The Mint
has been active and efficient in this as in other forms of coinage, and
turned out for the fiscal year $9,466,877.65. Yet June 30, 1898, only
$12,097,682 remained in the Treasury, and on June 30, 1899, only
$6,t)70,497,
MINOR COIN.

Activity akin to that which has prevailed in other kinds of currency
has ruled in minor coin (1 cent and 5 cent pieces). The Treasury
received in this form in the fiscal year 1898 $3,386,101, and in 1899
$4,094,681, and disbursed in 1898 $3,467,915, and in 1899 $5,001,986.
The diff'erence between inflow and outgo measures the amount which



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TREASURER.

is kept for use in the marts of trade. The demand was so active that
the minor coin in the Treasury fell from $1,300,224 to $244,104 between
the beginning and the end of the fiscal year 1899.
SHIPMENT OF MINOR C O I N FROM E A C H O F F I C E OF THE TREASURY AND M I N T ,
DURING THE FISCAL Y E A R 1899.
t>

Office.

Amount.

Expense of
trausportation.

TREASURY.

Washington
Baltimore
New York
Philadelphia
Boston
Cincinnati
Chicago
St. Louis
New Orleans
San Erancisco

.'.
'.
-- -

$79,000
8,075
440, 519
177,450
91,915
221, 440
350, 757
245, 794
35, 720
290

$1,238.60
91.75
4,400. 50
1,774.50
918 15
2, 490. 90
5, 823.03
4, 950.93
478.91
5 85

MINT.

Philadelphia

276, 023

4,185.98

1, 926,983

Total

26, 359.10

THE USE OF GOLD COIN.

From the clos'e of 1887 payments of customs at New York were less
than 1 per cent in gold coin until July, 1893, and then for seven
months the percentage of gold coin ranged from 58.1 per cent to 17 per
ceut. After January, 1894, payments in gold for this purpose were
nominal, but in December, 1897, were 9.7 per cent, and in March, 1898,
were 17.6 per cent, from which date the flow of gold rose rapidly to 78
jier cent in September, to 80.2 in December, 85.9 in April, 1899, to 90.3
in August, and in September, 9i.5. The percentage of gold for the
whole fiscal year 1898 was 20.4, for 1899, 78.5, and for the first quarter
of 1900 it was 84,5.
The payments for customs are not exceptional in their exhibition of
the growth in the use of gold coin. In all Government transactions
such growth has been rapid and pronounced. In the fiscal year 1898
gold coin was taken for 10.03 per cent of the receipts, amounting to
$2,076,736,587, and given for 11.83 per cent of the disbursements,
amounting to $2,195,973,013, while in 1899 the receipts of $2,393,199,747
showed 37.6 per cent and the disbursements of $2,371,283,629 35.37 per
cent in gold coin. This share is set forth in the annexed figures:
R E C E I P T S AND DISBURSEMENTS OF GOLD C O I N .

Customs..-

Internal revenue
Miscellaneous
Disbursing officers
Post-Office Department
Transfers
Gold bars
Standard silver dollars
Fractional silver coin
Minor coin
Redeniption and exchange.
Special customs depiosit —
Loanof 1898
Total




$28, 492,469 $134,851,752
405, 645
903, 832
1,610,931
8,246, 834
855, 800
12, 956,386
I, 294, 430
7,753,316
59,178, 763
337, 818,818
0, 072,614
8.502, 661
943. 390
1,604, 595
1,317,075
3,108,416
296,434
10,822, 065
51,327,713
52, 440, 756 345,545, 301
1, 364, 805
27, 369, 610
I 208,304,391 I

899,780,020

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REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.
R E C E I P T S AND D I S B U R S E M E N T S O F GOLD

COIN—Continued.

1899.

1898.
DISBURSEMENTS.
Warrants and checks
Disbursing officers
Post-Office Department
Transfers
Redemption and exchange:
Gold coin
Standard silver dollars.
Fractional silver coin . . .
United States notes
Treasury notes of 1890..
Nationaibank notes
Gold certificates
Silver certificates
Minor coin
Clearing-house b a l a n c e s . . . .

$4,073,170
141,166,925
1,474,760
2, 815, 831

$13, 465, 383
565, 547, 668
8, 033,495
1,996,293

45, 569, 9.60

3,627
10, 000
2, 337, 871
13,148,773
999, 613

1,175,142
22, 301, 710
2, 696, 253

11,508
38,180, 000

2,235,176
210, 000
71, 297
230, 601, 000

259,703, 389

838, 660,196

238,130

Total.

For the quarter from July 1 to September 30, 1899, it will be seen of
the Government receipts 38.5 per cent was in gold, and of the disbursements, 35.2 per cent, according to the subjoined statement:
QUARTER FROM J U L Y I TO OCTOBER 1, 1899.

Amount.

Receipts.

Internal revenue
Mi.-^cf^l Ian eous
D i s b u r s i n g officers
Post-Office D e p a r t m e n t
Transfers
Gold b a r s
.;
Gold c e r t i f i c a t e s
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 coiu
M i n o r coin
Redemption and exchange
Special c u s t o m s d e p o s i t
Total

....
•

$39,177, 633
463,066
837, 033
5,884,977
2, 529, 356
78,151, 222
2, 858, 826
12, 320, 000
1,050, 520
2,160, 720
253, 925
50,860, 863
98,824, 345
295, 381,486

Disbursements.
W a r r a n t s and checks
D i s b u r s i n g officers
Post-Office D e p a r t m e n t
Transfers
Redemption and exchange:
Standard 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
Gold c e r t i f i c a t e s
S i l v e r certificates
M i n o r coin
Clearing-house balances
Total

Amount.

...

$4, 826, 708
180, 840, 450
4,400, 724
7,436 326
50, 000
1, 301, 687
2, 699, 569
730, 742
5, 655, 530
I, 300, 000
110, 372
36,972, 000
246,324,108

Table 45, page 124, records the natural and healthy growth of gold
coin in circulation for twenty-one years. From $84,739,774 at the end
of June, 1878, the figures ascend with rare recessions, but the advance
has been especially large since the beginning of the fiscal year 1898,
when the gold in circulation was $519,146,675, and at the close of that
year was $660,959,880, and the amount rose to $702,060^459 on July 1,
1899. By October 1,1899, it had become $646,561,185.
The general stock of gold coin which was $765,735,164 on June 30,
1898, rose to $855,583,055 by June 30, 1899, and to $875,450,989 by
November 1.
While so large a share of the Government disbursements was made
in gold, the holdings of the Treasury in gold coin and bullion have surpassed all previous experience, both in gross amount and net balance.
The former gross maximum is found September, 1888, at $332,551,306,
and the net maximum before 1898 was $218,818,253, in March, 1888.
On June 30, 1898, the gross gold in the Treasury was $202,825,049, and
the net gold was $167,004,410. These figures rose June 30, 1899, to
$273,393,480 gross and $240,737,211 net. They advanced still farther



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15

up to $353,002,380 gross and $254,328,821 net, September 30,1899. On
October 31 the gross gold was $379,817,316, while the net holdings
were $252,223,797.
. ~ .
These statistics make plain the strong tendency to an increase in the
use of sinall denominations and of standard dollars, fractional silver,
and minor coin. Gold coin did not take the place of other currency,
but was added to the kinds of money in circulation. This addition was
not forced by the Treasury, but was made in response to business
demands and necessities. It was an inflation of considerable proportions, degrading no part of the currency, which is all kept at par with
gold, and no reaction is threatened while, that solid basis shall be maintained.
PERCENTAaE

OF GOLD TO

CIRCULATION
NOTES.

AND TO

LEGAL-TENDER

Calculations based upon the figures in the tables in the appendix
present the gold coin in circuiatiou to be 33.18 per cent of all the currency October 1, 1899.
The net gold in the Treasury on the same date was 60.44 per cent of
the amount of the United States notes and Treasury notes then outstanding.
INCREASE OF GOLD R E S E R V E .

These resources make it easy to establish a permanent and adequate
gold reserve Iby law. The minimum of $100,000,000 of gold reserve has
under the pressure of necessity been trenched upon on several occasions. The statutes had provided no definite assurance for it, and the
Department yielded to apparent exigency and drew upon it. The treatment has been difi'erent of funds recognized as set apart for a specific
object. The United States notes held against the certificates of June
8, 1872, for which they were issued, the gold coin pledged for gold certificates, and the standard dollars for silver certificates have always
been kept sacred iu the vaults of the Government as such security.
In the same way statutes may provide for a definite reserve in gold
to insure the gold standard for our circulation. No addition to the roll
of officers will be necessary, no expense of separate vaults in Washington or the subtreasuries, no array of books for the particular fund at
all these offices. The law itself can protect the fund as efiectually as
locks and bars.
If the present restrictions on the volume of paper currency are
retained, a fund of $150,000,000 in gold, devoted by law to the purIDOse, would prove a perpetual guaranty of safety. Both classes of
legal tenders. United States notes and Treasury notes, would stand for
gold even in the apprehensions of the most timid. The entire circulating medium would be lifted to the same plane and kept there.
The legal tenders once redeemed in gold should not again be paid
out except for gold, as President McKinley has wisely recommended.
The reserve would thus be self-sustaining. With the present wealth of
the yellow metal in the Treasury and in circulation, the establishment
of the fund could hardly lead to contraction of the currency to any
inconvenient degree.
'

CALL FOR MORE MONEY.

The wise judgment of the best financiers condemns every suggestion
to add to the demand obligations of the Government, except in the
case of gold certificates issued dollar for dollar against coin actually in
theTreasury. Yet urgent appeals for notes and silver certificates have



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REPORT ON THE FINANCES.

been frequently addressed to the Treasury regardless of the legal inhibition of additional issue. Not as a matter of disposition or convenience,
but of statutory obligation, the Treasury could give no favorable answer.
I t constantly went to the liinit of its powers.
There was then, however, and is now, a source from which $5 and $10
notes could be provided in abundance, if those to whom the law gives
authority to put them out chose to do so. The existing national banks
of the United States have the right under their charters to add
$345,020,413 to their circulation. They are deterred by the high price
of United States bonds taken at only 90 per cent of their face, the tax
on circulation, and the consequently small profits or absolute loss consequent to the issue of notes. Thus the need for small currency is not
met. Figures condensed from statistics furnished by the Comptroller
of the Currency for June 30, 1899, make plain the capacity under the
law to add to the volume of circulating notes of banks. In the geographical groups adopted by him the increase possible may be seen:
Group.
New England States
Eastern States
Southern States
Middle States
Western States
Pacific States
Total

Capital.
$144, 028,970
190,175,175
63,943, 765
157,474,317
29,906,100
19, 337, 000
604, 865, 327

Present
circulation.

Authorized
circulation.

Possible
increase.

$48,173,141 $129,626, 073
70,265, 519 171,157, 657
57, 549, 389
21,063,265
47, 353, 602 141, 726, 886
8, 631. 245 26, 915,490
3, 871, 610 17,403, 300

$81,452, 932
100, 892,138
36, 486,124
94, 373, 284
18, 284, 245
13, 531, 690

199,358, 382

345, 020,413

544, 378, 795

If a few States and two great cities are taken for illustration, the
national banks were entitled to add to their outstanding notes these
vast sums: New York State, $41,702,280; Illinois, $25,118,380; Ohio,
$23,690,020; Pennsylvania, $37,682,130; New York City, $29,181,680;
Chicago, $15,925,700.- The aggregate capital stock of these banks was
$209,357,413, and circulation was $81,164,603.
In Chicago, as a gieat center of trade and finance, the requirement
for currency is on the broadest scale; yet the national banks of that
city have a right under their charters to put out $15,925,700 additional
circulation. For itself and its correspondents, New York has very
often sought for more paper, while its national banks have the legal
power to add $29,181,680 to their circulation at once. The assertion is
loud and persistent that the Western States are suffering by reason of
the lack of currency. At the same time in these States, including the
Dakotas, Nebraska, Kansas, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, and the
Territories of New Mexico, Oklahoma, and the ludian Territory, the
national banks could under the law issue additional notes to the amount
of $18,284,245.
No criticism of the officers of these institutions is intended, but it is
vital to the cause of sound money that clamor for more Government
paper should find no excuse in existing conditions. The friction has
been due to casting the burden on the Treasury which does not belong
there. The natural avenue of relief is through the national banks. In
the absence of individual motive or the coercion of law, it may be well
doubted whether they can be expected to furnish such relief.
But it is fair to point out that the Treasury, in this as in previous
seasons, has striven to the utmost tb meet the demands for currency for
moving the crops and for general business. It has exhausted all its
resources, and these ought not to be increased by more Government
issues. The vast inflow of gold into circulation has been an unmixed
blessing, and helped every industrial and financial interest. This is a



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TREASURER.

legitimate and a permanent contribution to our money. I t is likely to
continue and to grow.
Beyond such increase in gold coin, the national banks must solve the
problem of adding to the volume of currency. Thus far the concentration of opinion in favor of any radical change in our banking system has not been of such force as to compel legislation.
The question presses with a growing force and invites to serious
consideration.
A discussion of a change in the provisions of law for bank notes does
not belong here, and may confidently be left to those charged with it.
As i)ublic opinion shall become crystallized aud financiers reach an
agreement, the statutes will express the decision of the people.
GOLD CERTIFICATES.

The statistics of gold certificates may be studied in various tables in
the appendix. On April 14, 1893, instructions were issued by the
Treasurer of the United States to the assistant treasurers, under
authority of Secretary Carlisle, to this effect:
You will discontinue for the present, or until further advice, the issue of gold
certificates in payments or in exchange for gold coin.
The suspension of the issue of gold certificates is due to the gold balance having
practically reached the limit or reserve of gold coin held for the redemption of
United States notes, and it is deemed best not to issue the certificates in exchange
for gold coin f o r t h e reason t h a t in most instances the certiticates are wanted as a
convenience, and when they can not be procured United States notes or other paper
issues will be taken instead.

The consequence was that in that year the output was only $13,070,000,
while the redemptions were $76,822,740. No formal change of this
order was promulgated, but in 1894 the output was $100,000 and the
redemptions $26,558,290. In 1895 these were respectively $120,000
and $18,037,940. In 1896 such certificates were issued for $4,855,000
and were redeemed for $10,506,720. The issue in 1897 was only $10,000,
and none at all were put out in 1898.
On the 7th of August, 1899, the outstanding gold certificates were
$32,587,349. On that day, by direction of the Secretary of the Treasury, the issue was resumed, and the certificates outstanding rose to
$68,688,989 at the closeof the month, to $98,673,559 September 30, and
to $127,593,519 October 31.
During the interval these certificates were issued to the amount
of $156,052,640, of which $83,063,220 were paid for gold coin and
$72,989,420 in "the disbursements of the Treasury. In the mean time in
the receipts of the Treasury appeared $62,022,250 in gold certificates.
The subjoined table records the transactions of this kind in the several Treasury offices: •
Disbursements.
Office.

Wiishington..
Baltimore
New York
Philadelphia..
Boston
Cincinnati
Chicago
St. Louis
New Orleans .
San Francisco
Total...

Fl99-




Receipts.

TP^v.gold coin;
For ^^1/1 ^^i^

Miscellancr
^^^

$458,190
1, 945, 380
46, 206, 090
3, 044, 820
2,459,270
450, 300
I, 773, 060
3, 095, 870
I, 943. 220
646, 050

$1,859, 220
3,461,900
35, 854,450
. 7, 000,400
6,171.560
636,560
10. 785, 950
7,155, 800
921,200
9,216,180

$3,126, 560
103.000
56,506, 250
3,128, 090
813.840
8, 022. 080
355, 010
314,190
620,400

985, 780
564, 900
360, 700
000, 400
299, 650
450, 400
808,030
510,810
235. 390
836, 580

62,022, 250

83,,063,220

72,989,420

156,052, 640

Total.

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REPORT

ON T H E

FINANCES.

The rapidity of outgo is a notable feature in" this record. I n the
following figures, which present the denominations outstanding, the
large share of certificates for less than $1,000 each testifies to their use
as currency. I t will be observed by comparison with table 32, page 82,
in the appendix, that in no previous year was the volume of these
denominations outstanding and in Treasury cash as great as now,
when, October 31, the amount was:
T w e n t y dollars
Fiftydollars
One h u n d r e d dollars
Five h u n d r e d dollars
One thousand dollars
Five thousand dollars
Ten thousand dollars
Total

$41,223,164
16,631,155
17,524,300
9,813,000
26,726,500
14,385,000
26,135,000

'.

•

152,438,119

COMPARATIVE ESTIMATE OF MONETARY

STOCK.

According to the revised aud final estimate of the Director of the
Mint, the total metallic monetary stock of the country on June 30,1898,
was $1,499,187,523, of which $861,514,780 was gold. For June30,1899,
the total is placed at $1,602,152,248, and the gold at $962,865,505. The
aggregate monetary material, both metallic and paper, and the distribution of each component between theTreasury and the circulation,
at the two dates, are exhibited in the following tabular statement:
Kind.

^and mrts"^ ' ^^ circulation. | Total stock.

June 30, 189S.
Gold coin and bullion
Silver dollars and bullion
Fractional silver coin

$203, 619, 315
504, 376, 887
12,070,690

Total metallic

720,066,892

United States notes
Treasury notes of 1890
National-bank notes
Gold certificates
Silver certificates
Currency certificates
Total paper

62, 111, 994
2,900, 843
4,909,189
1, 608, 560
8,429, 994
1,110, 000
81, 070, 580

Aggregate

801,137,472

$657, 895,465
57,168, 246
64, 056,920

$861, 514, 780
561, 545,133
76,127,610

779,120,631

1,499,187, 523

284,569, 022
98, 306,437
222,990,988
35, 811, 589
390,126, 510
25, 565,000

346,681, 016
101, 207, 280
227,900,177
37,420,149
398,556, 504
26, 675, 000

1, 057,369, 516

1,138,440,126

1, 836,490,177

2, 637, 627, 649

June 30, 1899.
Gold coin and bullion
Silver dollars and bullion
Fractional silver coiu
Total metallic
Dnited States notes
Treasury notes of 1890
Nationai-bank notes
Gold certificates
Silver certificates
Currency certificates
Total paper
Aggregate

283,127,455
502, 600,703
5, 800, 728

679, 738,050
61,819,488
69, 065, 824

962, 865, 505
564,420,191
74, 866, 552

791, 528, 886

810, 623, 362

1, 602,152, 248

38,.329,174
956,516
3, 545, 432
1,641,900
3, 948, 887
I, 080, 000

308, 351,842
92, 561, 764
237, 805, 439
32, 655, 919
402,136, 617
20, 275, 000

346, 681, 016
93, 518,280
241,350,871 .
34, 297, 819
406, 085, 504
21, 355,000

49,501,909 I 1,093,786,581

1,143, 288, 490

841, 030, 795 1,904,409, 943

2, 745, 440, 738

The figures relating to the ainount aud location of the circulating
medium on October 30 are remarkable in several particulars. Not only
does the aggregate supply, as well as the proportion of gold, exceed all



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TREASURER.

former records, but the amount of gold for the first time rises above a
thousand million. The total amount of money in the hands of the people or of their depositaries is also greater than at any previous time.
While the amount of gold actually outside of the Treasury is less than
it was a t a n y time during the preceding year, the total belonging to the
people, and represented, in the absence of the coin itself, by gold certificates, amounts to $762,244,252, which likewise surpasses all precedents. The full table is given below:
Kind.
Gold coin aud bullion
Silver dollars and bulliou
Fractional silver coin . . . .

^andmh'ts.^
$379, 817, 316
494,119, 666
2, 379, 613

Total metallic

876, 316, 595

United States notes . . . . . .
Treasury notes of 1890...
National-bank notes . _ . . .
Gold certificates
Silver certificates
Currency certificates

29, 416, 350
934,386
3.999,431
24,844, 600
5, 657, 265
30, 000

Total paper

64,882,032

Aggregate

941,198, 627

INCREASE IN P E R CAPITA OF

I n circulation.

Total stock.

$634. 650, 733
71, 361, 740
76,173,164

$1, 014,468, 049
565,481,406
78, 552, 777

782,185,637

1,658,502,232

317,
88,
239,
127,
394,
13,

264. 666
833, 894
067,193
593, 519
976, 239
735, 000

1,181, 530, 511 I
1,963,716,148

346, 681, 016
89, 828, 280
243, 066, 624
152, 438,119
400, 633, 504
13, 765, 000
1, 246, 412, 543
2,904,914,775

CIRCULATION.

The expansion of the circulation since the resumption of specie payments has been so great, and recently so rapid, that it has outstripped
the growth of the population. Eeactions have occurred only in periods
of depression in business, or of doubt in the future monetary policy of
the Eepublic. Not only has the aggregate of the money in the pockets,
safes, and banks of the people been increasing, but the average share
of each person has been enlarged.
On July 1,1860, before the war, the currency of gold, subsidiary silver,
and State-bank notes in circulation averaged $13.85 for each head of
population. This was slightly increased by next year, before the war
of the rebellion had fully developed. In 1862, when the Government
issue of paper was in its beginning, the per capita circulation declined
to $10.23. . The utmost reached by the paper inflation which then followed was $20.57, in 1865, with gold at 140 and 142. From this point
there was a gradual and almost uninterrupted decline until in 1878, just
before the resumption of specie payments, the amount per capita was
only $15.32. By next year, when the success of the plan of resumption
was assured, this amount had already been increased to $16.75, and at
the end of the ensuing four years'reached $22.91. After unimportant
fluctuations there was a depression to $21.82 in 1886, from which there
was a recovery until 1892, when $24.44 was attained. With the ensuing financial troubles came a period of contraction, which carried the
figures down to $21.10. From this point there was a rapid recovery to
$24.66 in 1898, and to $25.01 in 1899. On November 1 the per capita
circulation was $25.60, an average not only the greatest iu our history,
but greater than that of any European country, with the exception of
France.
ANTICIPATION OF NOVEMBER

INTEREST.

In order to set free the money in advance, the interest on Governnient bonds due on the 1st of November was anticipated. Payment of
the coupons was authorized on the 16th of October, while checks for



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REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.

the interest on the registered 3 per cent loan were sent out on the 23d,
aud for that on the 5 percents of 1904 and the 4 percents of 1925 were
mailed on the 25th of that month. The amounts involved were:
R a t e of
interest.

Title.

Registered.

Coupon.

P e r cent.
$758,110. 95
849,148.12
1,155, 325.00

Total.

$731, 979. 45
400, 851.88
467, 829. 00

$1,490,090. 40
1,250, 000. 00
1, 623,154. 00

2, 762, 584. 07

L o a n of 1898.
L o a n of 1904.
L o a n of 1925.

1,600,660.33

4, 363, 244.40

THE COINAGE.

The heavy exports of gold in the four years beginning with 1893,
which amounted to $364,000,000, had the efiect of practically renewing
the coinage of that metal. In like manner, the increasing demand for
small change has required unusual activity in the recoinage of subsidiary
silver and minor coins. The existing stock of all the kiuds of metallic
money is therefore unusually free from worn and abraded pieces. The
amounts of gold and silver coins transferred duriug the year from the
Treasury to the mints for recoinage, together^with the loss thereon,
are exhibited in the followiug table:
Denomination.
Double eagles
Eaules
Half eagles
.
Quarter eagles
Three-dollar pieces
One-dollar pieces

Amount.

•
.

$107, 380. 00
79, 780. 00
164, 940. 00
6, 367.50
81.00
86.00

.^

.

Total gold
Half dollars
Quarter dollars
Twenty-cent pieces
Dimes
Half dimes
Three-cent pieces

358, 634. 50

..
---

Loss.

'

$2, 747.81

3, 756,971. 50
4, 250, 540. 25
621.80
1,181,891.00
2, 858. 90
208. 63

Total silver

9,193, 092. 08

525 456 28

Aggregate

9, 551, 726. 58

528 204 09

Of uncurrent minor coins $190,667 were transferred to be recoined
or cleaned.
SPURIOUS AND FRAUDULENT ISSUES.

While there has been a continued improvement in the condition of
the paper currency with respect to counterfeits, the silver and minor
coinage shows a marked deterioration in this regard. The counterfeit
silver coins detected at the offices of the Treasury during the year represented $4,417.15, as compared with $2,483.40 in 1898. There was an
increase in each denomination, but it was greatest in the dollar pieces,
of which the amount was more than doubled. Criminal activity in this
field is doubtless stimulated by the low price of silver, which enables
the counterfeiter profitably to produce work but little inferior to that
of the mint. In copper and nickel pieces the iucrease of fraud which
appears to have begun about 1897 has continued, and the number of



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TREASURER.

these coins rejected as bad at the Treasury offices during the year
reached 89,928, as compared with 10,250 in 1896.
Although the amount represented was only $1,012.36, as all but 2,827
of the pieces were cents, there is still some significance in the fact that
10 per cent in nominal value of all the bad money in circulation is in
the lowest denomination of coin. An equal nuraber of new cents would
weigh nearly 600 pounds avoirdupois.
A table of the counterfeit silver and minor coins, by denominations,
detected at the Treasury offices lollows:
Silver
coins.

Denomination.

Ten cents
T w e n ty-fi v e c e n t s
F i f t y cen t s
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
Fifty doilars
One h u n d r e d dollars

$332.40
638. 75
1, 050.00
2, 396. 00

4,417.15

Total

United
States
notes.

Nationalbank
notes.

Silver
certificates.

Treasury
Fractional
notes
of 1890. c u r r e n c y .
$0.30
11.50
258. 00

$8.00
24. 00
200. 00
540. 00
680.00
600. 00
200. 00

$58.00
365.00
640. 00
440. 00
50.00
200. 00

2.2.52.00

1, 753. 00

$5.00
532.00
70.00
100.00

$56. 00
20.00

100. 00
807.00

76.00

.Total.
$332. 70
650 25
I 308 00
2, 409. 00
670 00
635 00
I, 300. 00
1,120. 00
650 00
500. 00

269. 80 i 9 .^74. 9.S

Now and then a counterfeit gold piece, or a genuine piece that has
been tampered with, is seen, but tbe uumber is not large. Six spurious
compound-interest notes, for $310 in all, were detected at this office,
TRUST FUNDS.

The appearance of the new 3 per cent bonds in the market, together
with the increase of the j)ublic deposits with national banks, naturally
occasioned a good deal of shifting of the securities held in trust for the
banks, as well as a considerable increase in amount. During the year
there were deposited, bonds amounting to $67,060,740 to secure circulation, and $68,676,580 to secure deposits, while $57,574,030 were withdrawn from the former account and $29,278,140 from the latter. Bonds
were received from 73 new banks on account of circulation, and those
of 108 banks retiring from business were surrendered. Two hundred
new depositaries were designated and 18 were discontinued. The kind
and amounts of the bonds remaining on hand at the close of the year
are shown below:
.,'

R a t e of
interest.

K i n d of b o n d s .

P e r cent.
2
4
4
5
3
3.65

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 loau of 1907
L o a n of 1925
Loan of 1904
T e n - t w e n t i e s of 1898
B o n d s of t h e D i s t r i c t of C o l u m b i a
Total

'
1

. ..

To secure
circulation.

To secure
deposits.

Total.

$20,557, 600
128,241,300
17, 632, 750
14,252,100
49, 004, 360

$1,382,500
25, 990,100
9,023, 500
8,278,000
25, 500, 840
75, 000

$21,
154,
26,
22,
74,

940,100
231,400
656, 250
530,100
505, 200
75, 000

229, 688,110

70,249,940

299,938, 050

Part of the bonds belonging to banks in the city of New York and
held as security for public deposits were kept, for convenience, by the
assistant treasurer in that city.
On January 6, 1899, $242,000 in United States and Western Pacific
bonds which remained in the sinking fund of the Central Pacific Rail


22

REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.

road were by direction delivered to the Secretary of the Treasury for
disposition under the contract with the purchasers of the last-named
road. On February 18 followiug there were received twenty promissory
notes ofthe Gentral Pacific Eailroad Oompany for as many equal parts
of the aggregate sum of $58,812,715.60, bearing interest at 3 per cent,
and maturing at successive intervals of six mouths from February 1,
1899, but payable before maturity. By direction of the Secretary, on
March 3, the first four notes were delivered to him for payment, leaving
$47,050,172.48 iu notes on hand. In accordance with the contract the
reorganization committee of the road, on October 7, deposited $47,056,000
ofthe first-mortgage bonds ofthe Central Pacific Eailway Company as
collateral security for the notes.
The bonds and stocks described in the following list, which formerly
belonged to the Indian trust fuud and were later transferred to the
Secretary of the Treasury, are held over without change from the
previous year:

Arkansas State bonds
Loaisiana State bonds
North Carolina State bonds
Tennessee State bcmds
Virginia State bonds
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal bonds guaranteed by Virginia
South Caroliua State stocks
Florida State stocks
Total '.

$160, 000. 00
37, 000. 00
58, 000. 00
335, 666. 66|
581, 800. 00
13, 000. 00
125,000. 00
132, 000. 00
1, 442, 466. 66§

United States bonds as set out below are held under specific provisions of law for xirivate institutions:
Institution.

Araerican Printing House for the Blind
Manhattan Savings Institution
North American Commercial Company
Total

Rate of
intereat. Amount.
Per cent.
4
4
2

$250 000
75,000
50,000
375,000

A special deposit of $70,000 of United States 4 per cent bonds is held
in the name of the Comptroller of the Currency for the benefit of the
Fidelity National Bank, of Ciucinnati.
Captured bonds of the State of Louisiana, of the face value of
$545,480, are held for the Secretary of War.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.

Under the authority contained in the act of Congress approved June
11, 1878, the duties of the sinking fund commissioners of the District
of Columbia were transferred to the Treasurer of the United States.
Subsequent acts have increased these duties until the business of the
sinking fund office is quite extensive, and is of varied character, as
fully set forth in a separate report.
The funded debt of the District on July 1, 1878, was $22,106,650 and
has been increased since that date $1,223,550 by the issue of 3.65 per
cent bonds. The decrease by the operations of the sinking fund and



TREASURER.

23

otherwise was $7,442,000, making a net reduction of the debt since
July 1, 1878, of $6,218,450. This leaves outstanding June 30, 1899,
$15,888,200. The reduction of the annual interest charge during the
same period was $400,808.47.
A comparison of the cost for interest and redemption of the waterstock bonds with and without a sinking fund shows a difference in
favor ofthe sinking fuud of $255,670.04.
At the close of the fiscal year 1899 the 10 per cent guaranty fund
held for account of District contractors amounted to $264,686.49, and
was credited to 140 separate contracts. Of this sum $233,034.95 is
invested in bonds purchased at the request and risk of the contractors.
The securities of the District in the care and custody of the Treasurer
are:
3.65 per cent bonds (unsigned)
3.50 per cent bouds (unsigned)
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal bonds
Bonds for account of District of Columbia contractors
Total....

$5, 828, 450
2,924,600 '
84, 285
207,710
."

9,045,045

REDEMPTION OF NATIONAL-BANK NOTES.

Although there was an increase of $13,000,000 duringthe year in.the
volume of national-bank notes in circulation, the redemptions at this
office were less by $7,000,000 than the year preceding. Both facts may
be attributed to the general conditions of business. The deposits for
the retirement cf notes amounted to $23,699,616, and the balance of this
fund in the Treasury was increased from $30,493,147 to $35,817,381.50.
Inclusive of $30,725 paid for trausportation, the total expenses for the
year were $121,291.40, which sum has been assessed upon the banks at
the rate of $1.34611 for each $1,000 of notes redeemed.
In the appendix, in addition to the tables continued from former
reports, will be found one which shows the percentage of the outstanding
notes redeemed each year for each State and Territory from the establishment of the redemption system in Washington. The results given
are based upon the records of this office and the amounts of notes
reported by the Comptroller of the Curreucy to be outstanding on
October 31 in each year.
THE WORK OF THE TREASURER'S OFFICE.

The transactions which have been related, so varied and so vast, were
conducted with rare accuracy and promptness, and o&ev the best proof
ofthe capacity, fidelity, and efficiency ofthe officers, chiefs of division,
clerks, counters, and employees of every grade in this office. They
deserve and receive my cordial thanks for their admirable services.
Eespectfully,
ELLIS H . EOBERTS,

Treasurer of the United States.
Hon.

LYMAN J. G A G E ,

Secretary of the Treasury.







APPENDIX,
W o . 1 . - -REVENUES

AND E X P E N D I T U R E S F O R THE F I S C A L YEAR
BY V^ARRANTS ISSUED."

Revenues.

Customs
Internal revenue
Lands
Miscellaneous
I n t e r i o r civil . . . -.
Treasury proper
Diplomatic
Judiciary
AVar D e p a r t m e n t
Navy Department
Interior Department—Indians..
Interior Department—pensions.
Interest

1899,

AS SHOWN

R e p a y m e n t s C o u n t e r credfrom u n e x its to appropended appriations.
propriations.

Expenditures.

$22, 357,527.40
4, 499,146. 87

$560, 427.40
105, 809. 93

$154,930. 96
338. 90

8, 966, 478.23
54, 867, 594. 27
22, 624, 019.80
5,876, 489. 33
229, 841, 254.47
63, 942, 104.25
12, 805, 711.14
139, 394, 929. 07
39, 896, 925.02

$206,128, 481.75
273, 437,161. 51
1, 678,246. 81
34,716, 730.11

151, 9.51. 89
2, 652, 025. 63
77, 596. 62
314,343.88
14,476, 564.48
962, 876. 98
383,578.94
2,177. 989. 76
132,931.47

15,770. 82
427, 727. 07
52, 284. 31
13. 691. 36
4, 361, 674.11
14, 085,419. 66
54, 386.73

Total, n e t .
Publicdebt

515, 960, 620.18
522, 490,720.00

605, 072.179. 85
341,149;968.98

21,996, 096. 98

19,166,223.92

Aggregate-

1, 038, 451, 340.18

946, 222,148. 83

21, 996, 096. 98

19,166, 223. 92

No.

^ . — N E T ORDINARY R E V E N U E S AND E X P E N D I T U R E S FOR EACH QUARTER OF
THE F I S C A L YEAR 1899, AS SHOWN B Y W A R R A N T S ISSUED.
F i r s t quarter.

Account.

Second q u a r ter. •

Tliird quarter.

Fourtli quarter.

Total.

REVENUES.

Customs
Interual revenue .
P u b l i c Lands
Miscellaneous
Total

$48, 391, 079.46 $47, 572, 257. 88 $56, 083, 714. 02 $54, 081, 430.39 $20G,128,48L75
72, 079, 765. 51 66, 324, 331. 27 63, 203, 704. 80 71, 829, 359. 93 273,437,161.51
452, 744. 96
384, 791.76
1, 678, 246. 81
496, 893. 64
343,816.45
34, 716, 730.11
6, 904,855. 99
5, 240, 312. 24 17, 360,093. 45
5, 211, 468. 43
126, 026,129. 85 119,633, 795. 03 137, 032, 304.03 133, 268, 391. 27

515,960, 620.18

EXPENDITUEES.

Civil a n d m i s c e l l a n e o u s .. 26,160, 265.34
84, 625, 338. 75
W a r Department
22,145,009.89
Navy Department
39, 293, 488. 45
Indians and pensions
12, 519,144. 38
Interest
Total

24, 344, 949.14
61, 597,919.39
14, 250, 714. 40
37, 890, 210. 29
6, 654, 992. 03

24, 940, 213.12
48, 521, 054. 80
14,519, 875 32
39, 634, 300.41
10,150, 380. 27

43, 745, 828. 30
35, 096, 941. 53
13, 026. 504. 64
35, 382, 641. 06
10, 572, 402. 34

119,191,255. 90
229, 841, 254.47
63, 942,104. 25
152, 200, 640. 21
39,896,925.02

184, 743, 246. 81 144,738,785.25 137, 765, 829. 92 137,824, 317. 87

605, 072,179. 85

Wo.
3 . — R E C E I P T S AND E X P E N D I T U R E S ON ACCOUNT OF THE
POST-OFFICE
D E P A R T M E N T FOR T H E F I S C A L YEAR 1899, AS SHOWN BY W A R R A N T S I S S U E D .
R e c e i p t s from Deficieticy a p postal revenues. propriation.

B y whom handled.
The Treasurer
Postmasters
Total




.. .

Total receipts.

$39, 380, 400. 95
54, 608, 572. 85

$8, 243, 299.39

$47, 623, 700. 34
54, 608, 572. 85

$46, 545, 812.10
54, 608, 572. 85

93, 988, 973.8^

8,243,299. 39

102, 232, 278.19

101,154, 384. 95

Expenditures.

25

26

REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.

W o . 4 . — R E C E I P T S AND DISBURSEMENTS OF EACH K I N D OF M O N E Y ON ALL ACCOUNTS
AT THE T R E A S U R Y I N W A S H I N G T O N F O R T H E F I S C A L Y E A R 1899.

Account.

Gold coin.

Standard
silver
dollars.

Fractional
silver coin.

United
States
notes.

Treasury
notes.

RECEIPTS.

Castoms
Internal revenue.
-Miscellaneous
Disbursing oflicers
Post-Office Department —
Transfers
Standard silver dollars
Fractional silver coin
Minor coin
Currency certificates
Redemption and exchange Issues
Loan of 1898

$222,717

$22, 498
9,155
3,955
4,758
92, 710

208,058

1,155,303

1. 568, 863

22, 322, 932

Total-

$4,355
1, 241, 365
186, 917
2,059
20, 569, 463
7,000
10, 300
200

1, 288, 383

2,669,022 181,099,994

697, 769
20,032, 440
56, 300
55, 396

7,563

$101

$3,112

7,718
934,102
40, 478
352,579
7,749
53, 547
80, 664, 644
1,042,905
20, 694
38
3,496
1, 023

659
10,956
40, 679
31, 661, 634
371,174
4,089

200, 000
8, 956, 255
88, 404, 000
1, 287,960

6, 098, 722
30, 712, 000

'"93,'2i5'

68, 903, 025

DISBURSEMENTS.

Warrants and checks
Dishursing officers
Post-Office Departraent
Transfers
Currency certificates
Redemption and exchange:
Gold coin
Standard silver dollars . - .
Fractional silver coin
United Sbates notes
Treasurv notes of 1890 . . .
Nation al-bank notes
Gold certificates
Silver certificates
Minor coin
Redemption and destruction .
Five per cent fund
Total.

776
11, 076
8,560
19, 089
301

20, 871, 855
Account.

"i," 249," 708

1,658
36, 312
994
20
4,574

2,210
716, 727
659, 862 24,079, 546
7
929,624
916, 857 52, 878,100
280, 000

4,389,400
27
10, 533, 000

187,263
170
396
14,006
578 996 4,051,101
26, 545
308, 578
127, 399 10, 489, 659
20
01,322
25, 550
34
88,'4 04,'666

667, 690
971, 046
15, 298, 703

182,176, 891

70, 261, 673

1, 312, 681

NationalGold
Silver
h a n k n o t e s . certificates. certificates. M i n o r coin.

207.

38,401, 000

Total.

RECEIPTS.

Total

$50

$336, 868

$13

$5, 014

20

56, 985
, 17,310,927
10, 999
25,000
1,100

1,660
3, 067, 235

2, 894, 710
1, 067, 696
236,685
128,350,443
69, 751
317, 559
15, 900

606
5,848
1,801
59,880

72. 661, 617

51,885

22, 562, 399
151,360.000
1, 033, 079

193, 980

90,071,642

Customs.... .
Internal revenue
Miscellaneous
....
D i s b u r s i n g officers
Post-Office D e p a r t r a e n t
Transfers
S t a n d a r d s i l v e r dollars
F r a c t i o n a l s i l v e r coin
M i n o r coin
C u r r e n c y certificates
Rederaption a u d exchange .
Issues
L o a n of 1898

3,120,850

308, 245, 750

262, 449

677,984, 047

3,771,113
27, 221, 463
1,265,842
76, 946, 231
10, 000

909
36, 635
139
89, 260

5,188, 728
76, 426, 909
2,251,939
142, 668, 552
290,0.00

3,285
369

208,058
1 153 653
1,473,083
8, 913, 873
6, 098. 722
47,930; 480
51, 885
22, 562, 399
187 689
290, 407, 605
74, 003, 477

300

21

$589, 714
5 093 349
1, 668. 429
405,923
282, 819, 841
479, 656
361, 767
17 260
200, 000
113, 457, 082
270, 476, 000
2,415,026

DISBURSEMENTS.

Warrants and checks
D i s b u r s i n g officers
Post-Office'Departraent
Transfers
C u r r e n c y certificates
Redemption and exchange:
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
National-bank notes
Gold certificates
Silver certiticates
M i n o r coin .
Redemption and destruction .
F i v e p e r c e n t fund
Total




16, 649, 275
74, 003, 47'^

3,122, 330

14,507
1,142, 038
1, 450,121
3, 491, 454
4, 729, 508
22, 002, 410
51,185
22, 455, 558
187,303
143,831, 000

90, 652, 772

3,122, 330

308,569,-733

20

122, 974
7,044
11,315
359
15,395
352

288, 036. •679,817,052

27

TREASURER.

N o . f5o—EECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS OF EACH K I N D OF M O N E Y ON ALL .ACCOUNTS
AT THE SUBTREASURY I N BALTIMORE F O R THE F I S C A L YEAR 1899.

Gold coin.

Account.

Standard
silver
dollars.

Fractional
s i l v e r coin.

United
States
notes.

Treasury
notes.

RECEIPTS.

Customs

$60,495
1,228
1,173
37 641
20, 845
157,146
7,500
4,342
330

1, 683, 870
189

$797,475
. 14,198
1,767
146, 461
82, 023
2, 660, 984
2,000
18,259
1, 360
6, 710, 000
689, 936
789, 787

1, 446,159

1,812,485

11, 914,250

825,367

18, 014
300
89,800

471
8,229
494
531, 790

1, 020,475
1, 367, 902
368, 273
1, 348, 000
6,110,000

190
49,337
478
692, 000

1,441, 570
7

1,310,408
1, 555, 063
459, 095
43, 850

.

$651
30
191
97
2,114
125, 343

4, 205, 909

.

$2, 562
6
6
103
1,868
37

42,192
309, 270

Miscellaneous
Disbursinff officers
..
Post-Office D e p a r t m e n t
Transfers
Standard silver dollars
F r a c t i o n a l s i l v e r coin
M i n o r coin , . .
Currency certificates.
Redemption and exchange
L o a n of 1898.

$164,808
600
426
19,161
9,174
3, 639,489
20, 247
542

Total

520, 641
14,026

DISBURSEMENTS.

Warrants and checks
D i s b u r s i n g officers
Post-Office D e p a r t m e n t
Transfers
C u r r e n c y certificates
. . .
Redemption and exchange:
G o l d coin
S t a n d a r d silver dollars

11, 358

United States notes
T r e a s u r y n o t e s ot 1890 .
Gold certificates
S i l v e r certificates
M i n o r coin

28,470

92, 319

31, 500
, 720

761,202
1

3, 437, 386

962, 049

- -.

Total

'278, 896
600
445,546
3,150
508, 003

797,140
207,048
143,615

28,507

590
105, 870

1,788, 537

11,468, 913

Silver
NationalGold
h a n k u o t e s . certificates. certificates. M i n o r coin.

Account.

73, 470
17,800

413
8,280

620
•

862,402

Total.

RECEIPTS.

Customs

$1,131, 985
16, 046
42,280
326, 618
222, 955
4, 756, 510
199,800
139,920
5,525

$26
1
15
4
430
24,031

39, 910
4,640

3, 680, 019
836, 962

399, 285
.11

$2,167,152
34, 873
46,183
680, 259
452,804
12, 376, 703
209, 800
243,488
9,637
6,710,000
8, 967, 862
2, 520, 287

81, 360

11,358,620

423, 803

34,419,048

61, 000

671,155
1,083,901
229,183
5, 023, 003

27
730
38
17,710

3, 555,626
5, 058, 651
1, 247, 816
8, 397,153
6.110, 000

2,839
1, 370, 987
651, 390
170, 245
212, 989
3,158
3,500
2, 091, 401
235, 394

27, 995

42 192
1,444,870
I, 684, 410
689,936
520, 641
470, 439
39, 910
3, 630, 019
399, 025

$9,150
50

-... .

Redemption and exchange
L o a n of 1898
Total

$2,714
325
147,494
113, 025
989, 003
500
60, 320
1,880

2,680
370
24,160

470, 439
565, 395
2, 351, 095

Miscellaneous
D i s b u r s i n g officers
Post-OfficeDepartment
Transfers
Standard silver dollars
F r a c t i o n a l silver coin

400

DISBURSEMENTS.

W^arrants a n d c h e c k s
D i s b u r s i n g officers
Post-OfficeDepartment
. . . .
Transfers
C u r r e n c y certificates
Rederaption and exchange:
G old coin

552, 900
975, 475
189, 955
590, 000

F r a c t i o n a l s i l v e r coin
United States notes
Treasui'y n o t e s of 1890

209, 800

Gold certificates
Silver certificates
M i n o r coin
Total




56, 420
2,574,550

61, 000

11, 749,145

33, 747
1.4,141
21, 735
1,170
319, 413
436, 706

33, 340, 688

28

REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.

W o . 6 . — R E C E I P T S AND D I S B U R S E M E N T S O F EACH K I N D O F M O N E Y ON ALL ACCOUNTS
AT THE S U B T R E A S U R Y I N N E W Y O R K F O R T H E F I S C A L Y E A R 1899.

Account.

Standard
silver
dollars.

Gold coin.

Fractional
silver coin.

United
States
notes.

Treasury
notes.

RECEIPTS.

$107,496,733
230, 000
657, 611
454, 111
831,785
230,307
742, 661
455, 250
175,391
255, 512

Customs
Internal revenue
Miscellaneous
Disbursing officers
Post-Office Department
Transfers
Gold bars
Standard silver dollars
Fractional silver coin
Minor coin
Currency certificates
Redemption and exchange.
Special custoras deposit —
Loanof 1898...,

$178,119
8,479
7,137
II, 537

$5, 046 $13, 045, 729
22, 083
202
786, 394
102, 099 12, 781, 090
2,774, 444
72, 094, 790

80

819,188
545, 301
023,483

5, 918, 977 11,872, 689
2, 637
1,591

$367, 475
96
68, 051
150, 563
126, 849
2, 207, 623

219,100
272; 850
22,905
1,498, 959
4,690
318, 515
2, 040, 000
37, 053, 982 22, 013, 507
393,177
12, 253, 607
206, 519
10,039,747

758, 917, 333 6,124, 249 13, 064, 817 164,982,190

Total.

25,780, 555

DISBURSEMENTS.

Warrants and checks
Disbursing officers
Transfers
Currency certificates
Redemption and exchange:
Gold coin
Standard silver dollars.
Fractional silver coin...
United States notes
Treasury notes of 1890 .
National-bank notes
Gold certificates
Silver certificates
Minor coin
Clearing-house balances

5,974
4,000
2, 225, 634
1, 454, 890
867, 859 92, 825, 552
976, 336
I, 342, 392 6, 459, 999 45, 841, 000 17, 377, 000
5, 770, 000

459,137,446
355

675,888
10, 000
13,133, 342
160, 060

12, 000

2,178, 000
210,000

1, 560,500

230, 601, 000

Total.

705,420,143
Nationalhank notes.

Account.

737,865

4, 057, 867
3, 305, 866 10,612,361
221, 700
6, 320, 000
630,150
17,800
260, 000
3,467,100
142, 000
265
542, 046
1,293
6, 004,170

4, 440, 782 15, 663, 894 175, 338,495
Gold certificates.

Silver cerM i n o r coin.
tificates.

7, 394, 899

25, 802, 235

Total.

RECEIPTS.

$19,896
487,917
357, 650
6, 206, 462

$18,473, 801
61, 737
544, 202
2, 546, 846
$50
1,580
1, 831, 765
218,190 47,597,211

12,500
1,280

$165

3, 587, 650
1, 534, 925
184, 295
59, 002, 560
11, 371,169
2, 882,844

i, 667,3ii
300
136

$139,567, 068
313 916
8, 076, 383
27, 534, 295
9, 932,136
368, 681, 365
7, 742, 661
4,534, 850
4, 244, 680
764, 372
2, 040, 000
150, 506, 624
369, 572, 838
38, 045, 728

8, 637,150

2, 784, 840 149, 619, 005

1, 646,777

1,131,556,916

1,937, 995
6, 700, 000

2, 797, 300

45,330
29,''773, 974
60,499, 000

114
165, 661
534,167

2, 281, 052
587,139, 713
141,551,213
5, 770, 000

1,735,000
5, 900, 971
77
798, 000

12,435
3,868

9

3, 232,188
5, 914, 839
4, 057, 944
28, 305, 664
• 14,150, 719
731, 610
2, 486, 800
57, 415, 941
542, 331
236, 656, 472

1, 882, 973

1,090,236,486

Internal revenue
D i s b u r s i n g officers
Post-OfficeDepartment
Transfers
Gold b a r s
^
Standard silver dollars. . . . . . . . . .
F r a c t i o n a l s i l v e r coin
M i n o r coin
C u r r e n c y certificates
.
Redemption and exchange
Special c u s t o r a s d e p o s i t
L o a n of 1898
Total

731,610
3,427
816, 408

2, 486, 800
3,220
75, 000

27
3,140
30
35, 668

DISBURSEMENTS.
Warrants and checks . . . . • . • • • . . . .
Diabursin"" officers
Transfers
--• - . . .
Currency certificates.
Redemption and exchange:
Gold coin
Standard silver dollars
F r a c t i o n a l s i l v e r coin
T r e a s u r y n o t e s of 1890
National-bank notes
Gold certificates
SilA'-er certificates
M i n o r coin
Clearing-house balances. .
Total




30, 000
51, 470, 297
20
. . .

8, 637, 995

2, 797, 300 150, 252, 669

456, 095
42,120
101, 460
1,000
566, 044

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TREASUEER.

N o . 7 » — R E C E I P T S AND D I S B U R S E M E N T S OF EACH K I N D - OF M O N E Y ON ALL ACCOUNTS AT THE SUBTREASURY IN P H I L A D E L P H I A FOR THE F I S C A L YEAR 1899.

Gold coin.

Account.

Standard
silver
dollars.

Fractional
s i l v e r coin.

United
States
notes.

Treasury
notes.

RECEIPTS.

$5, 346, 300
990
161,477
512, 329
780, 444
11. 542. 580

$190, 090
1,000
39, 295
103, 888
126, 748
2, 527, 049
453, 273
125, 629
25,647

4, 298, 522
242

1,050
209,101
67,742
15,780, 000
2, 454, 257
1, 646, 976

3, 117,034
26, 999

3, 038,994

4, 418, 603

38, 503,246

6,737, 252

2, 227, 876

327
110, 360
885
3, 547, 524

1, 030,168
13,146,766
1,438, 372
4,898,000
16,840,000

95,073
1,744 307
89, 220
3,239,000

$11,427, 780

Total

.

.

1,114
94
4,617
111, 133

1,100
1

8

2, 878, 618
1,188

25, 827, 261

. . . .

$2, 873

598
121, 358
9,306
11,465

35, 525
154, 305

. . . .

$15, 360

10. 492
107, 090
266, 416
12, 864, 655
760, 000
3,000
166, 908
31,090

Miscellaneous
D i s b u r s i n g officers
Post-Office D e p a r t m e n t
Transfers
Gold b a r s
Standard silver dollars
F r a c t i o n a l s i l v e r coin
.
M i n or c o i n . . . .
C u r r e n c v certificates
Rederaption and exchange
L o a n of 1898

DISBURSEMENTS.

2, 835, 850
13, 293, 416
2, 094, 375
40,000

W a r r a n t s and checks
Disbursingofficers
- ..
Post-Oflice D e p a r t r a e n t
Transfers
".
C u r r e n c y certificates
Rederaption and exchange:
G o l d coin
Standard silver dollars
*
F r a c t i o n a l s i l v e r coiu
United States notes
T r e a s u r v n o t e s of 1890
National-bank notes
.•-

1,850
.

1,097,190
656,165

94, 935

6,030
1,494, 736

Silver certificates
M i n o r coin

28,617
3,029
1,779
419, 536
28,,564
' 297,960
290
834, 559
487

398, 622
I, 954, 895
678, 604

71, 529
1, 504, 922

32. 850

6,529

20, 078. 996

3, 819, 397

5,273,917 1 40.418.277

6 750 580

Nationalbanknotes.

Gold certificates.

Silver cer- M i n o r coin.
tificates.

55,970

Total .

Account.

.
Total.

RECEIPTS.

$620
54,145
544,918
556, 625
885, 216

1,230
'820
2.000
7,920

$5,472,129
2,510
171, 939
615, 795
1,461,541
17, 014, 806

103,165
32,575

60
190

i, 363, 927
971, 522
152, 834

356, 362
618, 785

6,460
3,110

11, 763,128
i. Oil, 147

513,319
25

$22, 458,433
5 120
440, 403
2, 006, 325
3, 208, 396
44, 979. 857
760, 000
I 821 250
1,577,485
310, 087
15,780, 000
25, 423, 225
3, 462,777

3,152, 411

Custoras . . . . .
Internal revenue

25, 010

40,001,278

529,303

122, 233, 358

23, 000

1,621,767
8,840, 763
1,106,996
13,410, 000

27
3,539
71
519, 520

5, 665, 712
39,222 386
4, 842, 419
28,728, 920
16, 840, 000

6,908
299

35, 525
2, 860, 018
4,296, 502
2, 450, 207
3,110, 734
356. 362
fi
460
11, 733, 828
515,794

$3,220
.

.

D i s b u r s i n g officers
Post-Office D e p a r t r a e n t
Transfers . . . . .
Gold h a r s
Standard silver dollars
F r a c t i o n a l s i l v e r coin
.
M i n o r coin . .
....
Currency certificates..
Rederaption and exchange
L o a n of 1898

.

.

....

Total
DISBURSEMENTS.

W arrants and checks.
D i s b u r s i n g officers
Post-Office D e p a r t r a e n t
Transfers
C u r r e n c v certificates
Rederaption and exchange:
Standard 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
National-bank notes
Gold certificates
S i l v e r certificates
M i n o r coin
. .
Total




$81
113
33
699
15, 033

.

..

.

.

82, 500
2, 083, 235
112, 500
824, 000

2, 854,840
2,650,882

76, 500

,
. . .

9, 240, 240
414, 879

5,000
' 3,183,735

131,594

23,000

40,271, 961

75, 776
15,950
58, 402
140
164, 293
79

845, 004. 120, 664,867

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REPORT ON THE FINANCES.

NOo

8 0 — R E C E I P T S AND DISBURSEMENTS OF EACH K I N D OF M O N E Y ON ALL
COUNTS AT THE SUBTREASURY IN BOSTON FOR THE F I S C A L Y E A R 1899.

Account.

Gold coin.

Standard
silver
dollars.

Fractional
s i l v e r coin.

United
States
notes.

AC-

Treasury
notes.

RECEIPTS.

$6, 531, 823

$84, 888

3.456
66, 675
521, 015
5,767, 815

Internal revenue
Miscellaneous
.

1,162
273
5,417
20, 258

$1,982

$4, 367, 337

$436, 911
12,153
85. 756
129, 473
1, 518,197
694, 900
42, 900
4 705

32,226
1,463,780

2, 021, 994

1, 793, 660

14, 622,754

3, 896, 456

4, 338, 205
9, 396,195
903, 790
70, 768

7, 063
48,465
4,219
2,143, 500

791
22, 835
571
1, 628,108

2, 253, 465
6, 892, 370
333, 385
4,780,005
1, 910, 000

50, 600
920,900
34, 000
2,777,008

1, 627

1

13

3,148

49, 255

1,119
38,156
5
297, 296

99,153
14, 060
83,954
1,130
248, 830

2, 539, 824

2, 099,445

Gold certificates.

Silver certificates.

$20,960

5,360
4,060

$5, 298, 797
225
169, 219
743,758
1,704,813
14,590, 586
1, 400, 600
393,195
27,225

48
30
251
6,028

89,570
592, 385

18, 980
4,510

3, 974, 943
967,240

100,435
12

$16, 742, 810
225
342 142
1, 748,039
3 569 203
28, 665, 403
2,102, 600
1 090 000
63,365
1,980, 000
9, 024, 369
4, 076, 822

3, 070,807

Standard silver dollars
F r a c t i o n a l silver coin
.'
M i n o r coin .
......
Currency certificates......
Rederaption and exchange
L o a n of 1898

1,909, 620
376

14, 567,920

Post-Office D e p a r t r a e n t

1,136
74,711
369
389,089
2,665
513, 450
615,240 , 5,252,227
6,000
213, 450
23,105
1, 980, 000
1.172,140
827,104
128
976, 281

53,870

29,270,601

106,916

69,404, 978

32, 266

1, 779, 915
8,199, 214
797, 271
11,614,013

48
1,592
36
89, 987

8,458, 597
26, 895, 731
2,129, 752
24, 771, 089
1,910,000

27, 436
1, 906, 820
1,173, 840
147, 350
560, 300

1

•

Total

175, 780
5,350

899, 351
72,110

DISBURSEMENTS.

Warrants and checks
D i s b u r s i n g officers
Post-Office D e p a r t r a e n t
Transfers
. . . .
C u r r e n cy certifi c a t e s
Rederaption and exchange:
Gold coin
S t a n d a r d s i l v e r dollars
F r a c t i o n a l silver coin
United States notes
T r e a s u r y n o t e s of 1890
National-bank notes
Gold certificates
S i l v e r certificates
.
M i n o r coin
Total

.
17, 845

14,777, 685

6,100
570, 700
43, 600

190, 700

3,500
200
16, 796, 473 t

3,973, 208

M i n o r coin.

Total.

•
Account.

Nationalh a n k notes.

RECEIPTS.

Miscellaneous
Disbursingofficers
Post-Office D e p a r t i u e n t ,
Transfers
Standard silver dollars
M i u o r coin
,
C u r r e n c y certificates
Rederaption and exchange
L o a n of 1898
T 0t a l

$80,257
462, 089
686,759
890. 992
i;ioo
264, 675
2,980

$112

DISBURSEMENTS.

W arrants and checks
D i s b u r s i n g officers
Post-Office D e p a r t r a e n t
Transfers
C u r r e n c v certificates
Rederaption and exchange:
Gold coin
S t a n d a r d s i l v e r dollars
Uuited States notes
T r e a s u r y n o t e s of 1890
National-bank notes
Gold certificates
Silver certificates
M i n o r coin
.
Total




28, 510
1,414,160
56, 480
1, 635,500

3, 341, 450
96, 725

6, 000
1,000

2,570
3,144,220

32, 200

61, 067
100

32 226
1,906, 820
I 185 940
824, 504
896, 351
89, 570
18,980
3, 952,143
99, 595

29, 644.334

163, 909

73,171, 298

5,182
280
5,616

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TREASURER.

NOo
9 . — R E C E I P T S AND DISBURSEMENTS OF EACH K I N D O F - M O N E Y ON ALL
ACCOUNTS AT THE SUBTREASURY I N CINCINNATI F O R T H E F I S C A L Y E A R 1899.

Account.

G o l d coin.

Standard
silver
dollars.

Fractional
s i l v e r coiu.

United
States
notes.

Treasury
notes.

RECEIPTS,

Customs
Internal revenue
. •
M i scellaneous
D i s b u r s i n g officers
Post-Office D e p a r t r a e n t
Transfers
.
.
Standard silver dollars.

$157,675

$185, 780

$65

7,000
29, 000
171,105
1,458, 375

1,000

550
26
1, 628
971, 667

$2,000

111, 975
80, 000

2,406, 754

1, 234, 532
40

$820, o72
5,005
91, 288
468, 343
752, 717
2,730,128
11,200
467,160
114,615
500, 000
247, 520
653,200

2, 092,425

3, 801,134

2, 208, 508

6, 861,748

1, 002, 775

720
7,102
651
1,766,638

880,189

1,570

28, 012
173,183
94,010
735,000

.

1,666
1,206, 600

77, 295
M i n o r coin
Currency certificates..

.....

L o a n of 1898
Total

'

2, 000
247, 000
674 500
1,000
63, 775
12, 500

DISBURSEMENTS.

386, 495
870, 526
317, 750
4,957

W a r r a n t s and checks
D i s h u r s i n g officers..'.
Post-Office D e p a r t r a e n t . . .
Transfers
C n r r e n c v certificates
Rederaption and exchange:
Gold coin

3,020

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 . .
Gold certificates
S i l v e r certificates
M i n o r coin

3,657, 446

2

J96,986

i; 174,443
2, 364, 000
520, 000
34, 560
152,450

33, 970

19, 820

1,000
1,600

7, 242,448

1, 066, 775

91, 994
26, 935
45, 535

29,655

..

1,500
.^.

Total

265, 368

'^

147, 423

3, 924, 384

2, 090, 018

N a t i o n a l - I Gold cerb a n k n o t e s | tificates.

Silver certificates.

$8, 000

$616, 787

1, 610, 883

M i u o r coin.

Total.

RECEIPTS.

Custoras
Internal revenue
Miscellaneous
D i s b u r s i n g officers
Post-Office D e p a r t r a e n t
Transfers
Standard silver dollars
F r a c t i o n a l s i l v e r coin
M i n o r coin
C u r r e n c y certificates
Rederaption and exchauge .
L o a n o f 1898
Total.

$10,000
205,000
671,400
1, 950, 500

3,000

"4," 566'

752, 700
19,000
66,165
214, 000

1,500
4,000

36, 842
113,972
991, 070
5, 718,117
2, 646, 901
195,185
25, 285

$128, 600

$1,790, 879
5,005
146, 680
819,341
2, 590, 920
14,415, 487
3, 332, 601
1,493, 340
158, 900
500, 000
4, 789, 929
I, 764, 646

505, 023
800, 906

152, 685

3, 888, 765

11, 650,088

281, 285

31, 807,728

356,463
832, 092
1, 077, 295
1, 609, 000

476, 909
3,493, 293
979,606
3,351, 020

178
1,223
198
234,170

2,128, 966
7, 475,975
3, 643, 953
13,743, 231
520, 000

73, 595
2, 415, 254
910, 737
57, 510

800

111, 975
2,415. 254
,1, 247, 307
247,520
63, 775
66,165
1,500
505,023
153,835

DISBURSEMENTS.

W a r r a n t s and checks
D i s h u r s i n g officers
Post-Office D e p a r t r a e n t
Transfers
C u r r e n c y certificates
Rederaption and exchange:
Gold coin
S t a n d a r d silver dollarsF 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 .
National-hank notes
G o l d certificates
S i l v e r certificates
M i n o r coin
Total.




21,000

150,150
58,000

4,000
125, 640

30, 000
6,765
4,121, 765

2.1,000

40, 016
7,185
14,630
61,232
10

11, 887, 564

32, 324, 479

32

REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.

Wo.

10.--EBCEIPTS

AND DISBURSEMENTS O P EACH K I N D O F M O N E Y

ON ALL

ACCOUNTS AT T H E SUBTREASURY I N CHICAGO F O R T H E F I S C A L YEAR 1899.

Account.

Gold coin.

Standard
silver
dollars.

United
States
notes.

Fractional
silver
cpin.

Treasury
Notes.

RECEIPTS.

$1, 032,330

$967, 959

$15

140
30, 000

52
149
1, 545, 009

$4,102,172
1,278
121, 810
4,482, 500
2,451, 470
34, 566, 960

6, 795,803

3,128, 390
6

24, 600
900
1, 200, 000
5, 762, 065
1, 783, 603

7, 793,902

4, 673, 621

54,497, 358

16, 756,378

2
154
3
8,197, 610 •

37 , 7,725,598
238 27, 876, 029
3, 700, 080
45
4, 237, 864 11, 231, 000
. 1,680,000

2,912,411
7,158, 700
626, 988
3, 498, 000

Internalrevenue

-

1,884
155,235
544, 350
, ^ 17, 366, 600
424, 000
97,500

.

35,167
108, 627
19, 765, 693

Post.Office D e n a r t r a e n t
Transfers
. ..

..

M i n or coin
R e d e r a n t i o u a n d exchan""e
L o a n of 1898
Total

.

.....

$309, 757
1,152
33, 331
1, 574, 740
I, 001, 040
7, 293, 830
2, 547, 000
1,091,500
82, 370
2, 400, 263
418, 395

DISBURSEMENTS.

1, 356, 010
14, 698, 000
2, 325, 000
255, 000

W a r r a n t s and checks .D i s b u r s i n g officers .
..
Post-Office D e p a r t m e n t
C u r r e n c v certificates
Redemption and exchange:

892
Standard 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
National- b a n k notes
Gold certificates
S i l v e r certificates
M i n o r coiu

5,000
640, 500
103. 000
5, 747, 421

10, 000
17, 805

.'

88, 975
190, 518
9

.

Total

18, 661, 815
Nationalb a n k notes.

Account.

8, 477, 262
Gold certificates.

11, 155
51, 509
8,195
40
315, 810

152, 500
189, 500
2, 243, 474

5.100

'

4, 625, 785

3,000

58, 714, 328

16, 784, 873

300

Silver cerM i n o r coin.
tificates.

Total.

RECEIPTS.

$160
5
111
157
184
233;209

720
20

$1, 953, 620
7, 951
1, 024, 032
11,144,109
3, 569, 731
32, 339, 591
5, 099, 757
2, 244, 610
221, 398

9,090
258, 580

8,140
1,510

8, 894, 018
1, 677, 617

171, 717
64

2, 532, 855

54,850

68,176, 434

405,607

174 656 698

56, 000

9, 771, 043
26, 039, 662
3,125, 039
12, 391, 000

207
269
183
379, 678

21, 830, 308
76, 677, 962
9, 777, 938
41, 869,152
1,680, O O
G

29,131
5, 974, 603
2,836,990

144

$18, 550
Internal revenue
Miscellaneous

-•

$1,460
13, 763
823, 735
795,543
630,644

Post-Office D e p a r t m e n t
Transfers
Standflrd s i l v e r dollars
F r a c t i o n a l s i l v e r coin
M i n o r coin
C u r r e n c v certificates
.
Rederaption and exchange
L o a n of 1898
Total

120
17, 580
8,110

40

-.-

..

i66

..

$8, 384, 563
11 846
1,195, 031
18,180, 648
8, 380,187
94, 013; 953
8, 070, 757
3,461, 930
304, 728
1, 200, 000
27, 204,653
4, 248,402

DISBURSEMENTS.

W a r r a n t s and checks
Post-Offlce D e p a r t m e n t
Transfers
-.
. .
C u r r e n c y certificates
Rederaption and exchange:
G o l d coin
Standard 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
National-bank notes
G o l d certificates
S i l v e r certificates
M i n o r coin
Total




65, 000
904, 910
1, 623,000

8, 260,175
170, 477

135, 080
16

35,167
6, 777, 603
3,129,490
5, 759, 775
2, 402, 589
9,090
8,140
8, 901, 583
170, 793

68, 598,120

518,497

179, 029,590

1,199
826
895

2,592,910

56,000

33

TREASURER.
N©«

I t . — R E C E I P T S AND DISBURSEMENTS OF EACH K I N D OF M O N E Y ON ALL
ACCOUNTS AT THE SUBTREASURY IN ST. L O U I S FOR THE F I S C A L Y E A R 1899.

G o l d coiu.

Account.

Standard
silver
dollars.

United
States
notes.

Fractional
s i l v e r coin.

. Treasury
notes.

RECEIPTS.

$1, 880
Internal revenue
Miscellaneous .
.
D i s b u r s i n g officers
Post-Office D e p a r t r a e n t

...

Standard silver dollars

.......

10,177
39, 280
53, 029
5, 501,495

$92, 579

$3

$387,824

$20, 400

6,159
66, 236
20,631

1
417
17, 373
1,175,103

70,083
321,417
377, 001
7, 815, 794

500
100, 258
172, 311
1, 387, 038
755,450

... .

2, 686, 262

9,155
5, 638, 385

1, 979, 654
1

168, 634
2,370,000
1, 448, 510
281,088

699, 615
97, 550

5, 624, 681

5, 823,990

3,172, 552

15, 326, 553

3, 233,122

8,046
4, 287, 020
597,500
49,103

1,025
1,785
836
7, 083, 976

656
572
512
2, 751, 540

91, 660
3, 689, 216
813,775
6, 916, 666
2, 590, 000

30,200
1, 728,493
113, 298
1, 605, 309

1, 853, 737
984,024
648, 955

46, 622

456, 986

374,213

300
2

140
4,000
131,480

5, 021, 509

C n r r e n c v certificates
R e d e r a n t i o u a n d e x c h a n sre
L o a u of 1898

7, 466, 835

3, 210,568

Nationalbank notes.

Gold certificates.

... .
9,685

Total
DISBURSEMENTS.

W a r r a n t s and checks
Post-Office D e p a r t r a e n t
Transfers
- .

...

Redemption and exchange:
Gold coin
Standard silver dollars

......
57, 360

United States notes
T r e a s u r v n o t e s of 1890
National-bank notes
Gold certificates
S i l v e r certificates
"
M i n o r coin .
. .......

21, 260

5,000

19,400

...
"
1,220

Total

Account.

.

17, 723,653

S i l v e r cerM i n o r coin.
tificates.

3, 543, 322

Total.

RECEIPTS.

C u s t o m s ••*•
Internal revenue
Miscellaneous
...
..........
Disbursingofficers
.-.
Post-Office D e p a r t r a e n t
Transfers
Standard silver dollars
.

$330
90
12, 820
800

$1,290,122
296
212,751
1,440, 519
1,636,751
18, 433, 417
5,529, 895
16,510
800

164, 500

140
3,500

2, 937, 517
661, 261

2, 4^5, 200

C u r r e n c y certificates

$1,500
379, 000
345,195
1, 547, 505
7,500

17, 680

32,159,839

308,-618

68,112,235

1, 853, 521
15,316,049
2, 935,101
5,102,851

169
155
140
266, 616

2,045, 337
25,970,790
4, 612, 302
25, 253, 061
2, 590, 000

$156

$1, 793, 294
296
295 155
2, 287, 368
2, 689, 739
36, 045, 966
6, 292, 845
2 111 867
169, 434
2, 370, 000
134, 845
12,838, 666
40 ° 1,217,605
143
228
9,023
164,183

......

L o a n of 1898
Total
DISBURSEMENTS.

W a r r a n t s and checks
D i s b u r s i n g officers
Post-Office D e p a r t r a e n t
Transfers
'•
.
.
Currency certificates.
. ..-.
Redemption and exchange:
G old coin
Standard silver dollars
F r a c t i o n a l si Iver coin
United States notes
T r e a s u r y n o t e s of 1890
National-bank notes
Gold certificates
Silver certificates
M i n o r coin
Total.-

Fi99


60,060
947, 500
151,140
1, 457,000

...
.

20,000

"
5, 586, 470
5
7,500
5, 000

5, 586,470
1,957. 724
1,448,510
699, 615

2,456, 698

105,526
13

140
2,940, 737
132 715

33, 263,195

372, 619

73, 237, 401

, ..
2, 615,700

20, 000

34
No.

REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.
1 2 . — R E C E I P T S AND DISBURSEMENTS OF EACH K I N D OF MONEY ON ALL A C COUNTS AT THE SUBTREASURY I N N E W ORLEANS F O R T H E F I S C A L Y E A R 1899.

Account.

Gold coin.

Standard
silver
dollars.

Fractional
s i l v e r coiu.

United
States
notes.

Treasury
notes.

RECEIPTS.

Customs . . . . . .
Internal revenue..
.
Miscellaneous
Disbursing officers
Post-Office Department
Transfers . . . . . . .
Standard silver dollars
Fractional silver coin
Currency certificates
Rederaption and exchange
Loan of 1898

$823,315
54,528
5,413
325,167
5,932
2,103,762

$283, 500
29, 924
38, 567
118, 237
65, 000
350,447

$18,400
1,787
8,284
487
30, 988
149,444

$1,110.059
522, 635
57, 334
233,104
301, 870
3, 582, 653
365, 445
3,740

$121,784
75, 622
11,124
12, 743
30,127
415,520
1,193, 862
600

2, 655, 930
65

672, 750
26

292, 960
32, 364

147, 505
4,306

3, 334,156

Total

16,039

3, 541, 670

882.166

6, 502,164

2,013,193

1,185

90. 096

1, 471, 480

6, 976, 565

143
149,772
241
756, 035

395, 809
2, 317,142
382,192
3,049, 200
370, 000

73,714
811, 890
59, 410
1, 008,100

DISBURSEMENTS.

W a r r a n t s and checks
Disbursing officers...
Post-Office D e p a r t m e n t
Transfers
C u r r e n c y certificates
Rederaption and exchange:
Gold coin
Standard 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
Nationai-bank notes
Gold certificates
Silver c e r t i f i c a t e s . . . .
M i n o r coin
Total

:

Account.

13

11,405

1, 484, 070

3,000
2,235

7, 077, 895

*.

3^000

2,000

914,439

1,234
10, 000

453
12, 530
289, 960
500

6, 819, 333

Silver
NationalGold
hank notes, certificates, certificates. Minor coin,

130, 300

2, 083, 867

Total.

RECEIPTS.

Custoras
Internal revenue
Miscellaneous
Disbursing officers
Post-Office Department
Transfers
Standard silver dollars
Fractional silver coin
Minor coin
Currency certificates
Redemption and exchange .
Loanof 1898
Total..

$496, 829
24,130
74,736
88, 625
372,290

$8, 020
3,130
200
24,440
1,550

396, 355
32,010

37,360

$140
216
2,375
188
14, 809
44,164

$4,408, 982
2, 259,719
279,150
I, 093, 419
1,117, 386
11,982, 928
4,951, 000
900, 510
38,180

3,260
22

4, 721,214
125, 685

65,174

932, 750
82, 952

5.950
1, 490, 925

$2, 043, 764
1, 075, 048
131, 723
328, 757
555, 5954, 963, 098
3, 757,138
138,110
2,430

31, 878,173

23,150
27
40,194

1, 497, 704
7, 544,402
1,521,571
18, 778, 274
370, 000

DISBURSEMENTS.

Warrants and checks
Disbursing officers
Post-Office Department
Transfers
..^.
Currency certificates
Redemption and exchange:
Gold coin
Standard silver dollars Fractional silver coiu . .
United States notes
Treasury notes of 1890 .
Nati onal-bank notes —
Gold certificates . . -.
Silver certificates
Minor coin
Total..




60, 904
996, 942
21, 624
379, 000

32, 000

967, 074
3,154, 225
1,058,077
5, 065.700
15,573
2, 655, 930
-633,270

26, 950

16, 039
2, 655, 930
672,750
292, 960
147, 505

1,250
20
916, 750
3,260
1, 485, 480

32, 000

14,471,129

1,000

20
932, 750
3,260

64,952

34, 433,165

35

TREASURER.

'No.
1 3 . — R E C E I P T S AND DISBURSEMENTS OF EACH K I N D OF M O N E Y ON ALL
ACCOUNTS AT THE SUBTREASURY IN SAN FRANCISCO FOR THE F I S C A L Y E A R 1899.

Gold coin.

Account.

RECEIPTS.
Ciifltomfl • • . . . . .
.

....

.
.

...

.

United
States
notes.

Treasury
notes.

$15,018

2,995
4,850
48, 312
940,156
949

1,159
547
10,678
82, 466
15, 282
745

1,166,481
116

22, 866
2,235

9,179
386

2,700, 565

1,897,765

1, 063,261

135, 460

4,777
1,060, 373
609
1,429, 500

164
194,473
•230
1,584,370

521, 695
1,127, 265

2,297,438
244

$3,206
225
5,795
57, 453
34,092
630, 397

$233,252
646
11,207
114, 359
41,896
1,523

2, 532, 600
42, 276, 377
1, 279, 685
5,384

Redemution and exchange
L o a n of 1898

Fractional
s i l v e r coin.

$40,898

$7,211, 053
618,704
309, 010
573,750
I, 348,451
29, 316, 857
715, 345
1,375, 840
3,740

43,121,710

Miscellaneous
D i s b u r s i n g officers
Post-Office D e p a r t m e n t
Transfers

Total

Standard
silver
dollars.

DISBURSEMENTS.
W a r r a n t s aind c h e c k s
Po«;t-Officft D e n a r t m e n t
C n r r e n c v certificates
Redemption and exchange:

167,864

S t a n d a r d silver dollars
1,166,481
15, 431
•6, 509

United States notes
T r e a s u r v n o t e s of 1890
National-hank notes

70, 970
5

652, 700

70,975

13,387

Total

47, 295,854

2,511,187 1

1.961.691

'

NationalGold
Silver
M i n o r coin.
h a n k n o t e s . c e r t i f i c a t e s . certificates.

Account.
RECEIPTS.
Customs . . . . . .
.
Internalrevenue
.. ....
Miscellaneous
D i s b u r s i n g officers
Post-Office D e p a r t m e n t
Transfers

152, 690
10

6,830
2,032
5, 530
160
38

605
638
14, 685

Silver certificates
M i n o r coin

500,000

.......
..

$2, 330

$138,565

660

6,490
4,025
75,151
1,131, 081
680, 954

$66
20
116
4,791
5,323
41, 037

$7,644, 388
619, 865
347, 612
761, 555
1,646,308
32,143.882
1,411,581
I, 379,434
3,740

14,723
5,072

13, 387
9

4, 051,459
1,136,742

2,056,061

64,749

51,146, 566

67, 000

$270
10,840
1,780
81, 745
365

27
30,984
9
10, 582

2, 537, 568
44, 062, 207
1, 280, 533
3, 096, 836

28, 046

521 695
2, 297, 438
1,166, 481
22, 866
Q 179
5,530
160
14,723
13, 387

69, 648

55, 028, 603

1,900
C u r r e n c y certificates
Rederaption and exchange
L o a n of 1898

Total.

Total

5,530
1,215

160
200

103, 645

........

3,350

^

DISBURSEMENTS.
W a r r a n t s and checks
D i s b u r s i n g officers
Post-Office D e p a r t r a e n t
Transfers
C u r r e u c y certificates
Rederaption and exchange:

..

102,125
Standard 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
National-bank notes
Gold certificates
S i l v e r certificates
M i n o r coin
Total




2,297, 423
..

..

102,125

2, 364, 423

36
•No,

REPORT ON T H E

FINANCES.

1 4 . — T O T A L R E C E I P T S AND DISBURSEMENTS OF EACH K I N D OF M O N E Y
ALL ACCOUNTS AT THE T R E A S U R Y O F F I C E S FOR THE F I S C A L Y E A R 1899.
Gold coin.

Standard
silver
dollars.

Fractional
s i l v e r coin.

United
States
notes.

ON

Treasury
notes.

RECEIPTS.

Custoras
Internal revenue
Miscellaneous
D i s b u r s i n g officers
Post-Ofiice D e p a r t r a e n t
Transfers
Gold b a r s
Standard silver dollars
F r a c t i o n a l s i l v e r coin
M i n o r coin
Currency certificates......
Rederaption and exchange.
Special c u s t o m s d e p o s i t —
Issues
L o a u of 1898."
Total...'.

$134,851, 752 $2, 066, 497
30, 576
903, 832
61, 695
8, 246, 834
12, 956, 386
372, 923
7,753,316
202, 758
1, 745, 208
337, 818, 818
8, 502, 661
1, 604,595
1,100
3,108,416
296, 434
1
10, 822, 065
345, 545, 301
27,369,610
899, 780, 020

1,884
37, 581, 040

13,465, 383
565, 547, 668
8, 033, 495
1,996, 293

12, 867
2, 682, 910
5,967
34, 398, 373

3,627
' ' 10, 000
2, 337, 871
13,148, 773
999, 613

71, 777
13,339

$32, 342 $30,241, 083
2,042
566,189
• 24, 991
2,301,961
201, 572 1.9, 691, 762
102, 271
8,135, 278
7, 445, 818 221,850,916

$1, 527, 642
79, 098
167, 445
2, 077, 092
1, 660, 750
47, 497, 503

313,794
4. 887, 621
698, 611
30, 780, 000
28, 777, 891 57,755, 455
2,637 12, 253, 607
88, 404, 000
17,493,241
36, 593,199 495, 373, 518

6, 932, 041
1, 296, 710
117,742

38
1,023

35, 969, 592
393,177
30,712,000
852, 791
129, 283, 583

DISBURSEMENTS.

W a r r a n t s and checks
D i s b u r s i n g officers
Post-Office D e p a r t r a e n t
..
Transfers
.'.
Curreiicy certificates
Redeniption and exchange:
Gold coin
1
Standard silver d o l l a r s . . .
Fractional silver c o i n . . . ' .
United States notes
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 . . . .
S i l v e r certificates
M i n o r coin
Clearing-house balances
Rederaption and destruction .
F i v e per cent fund
Total

2,235,176
210, 000
71, 297
230, 601,000
838,660,196

3,382
. 369,569
994
25
4. 973, 092
1

11, 493 16, 339, 725
2,021,302 174, 791, 509
3,636
9,140, 744
24,180, 725 133, 305, 971
36, 070, 000
1, 074, 928
13,199
2,175
5, 252, 412
374,180
1, 644, 269
22, 590
5, 586, 385
788
1,293

933, 263
640, 510
7, 395, 452
24, 417, 510
8,143, 852
10,489, 659
265, 830
177, 050
832,266
6, 004,170
88,404, 000

42,532,296

40,189,375 517,351,511

National- i
Gold
h a n k n o t e s , certificates,

Silver
certificates. M i n o r coin.

3,194, 200
17, 952, 546
1,017,431
41, 464, 417
71, 630
225, 975
359, 421
667, 690
12, 483, 848
15, 298, 703
3,000
1,000
9,049
50, 000
38, 401, 000
131,199, 910 •
Total.

. RECEIPTS.

Customs
Internal revenue
Miscellaneous
D i s b u r s i n g officers
Post-Office D e p a r t m e u t . . . .
Transfers
Gold b a r s
Standard silver dollars
F r a c t i o n a l silver coin
M i n o r coin
C u r r e n c y certificates
Redemption and exchange .
Special c u s t o m s d e p o s i t
Issues
L o a n o f 1898
Total

$501,893
• 219,870
3,126,669
3,753,552
30, 783,904
20, 099
1, 616, 615
90, 865

$70,610
3,180
1,550
6,760
66, 470
3, 336, 525
1,180
210

$36, 756, 438
1,163,813
5, 234,188
18, 332, 095
12, 286, 057
274, 894, 860
24, 336, 373
5,951,536
635, 752

74, 390, 383 2, 613, 995 114, 267, 080
3,220
11,371,169
3,427
151, 360, 000
3, 237, 218
96,470
9, 959, 680
117,744,495
6, 200,170 666, 549, 041

$919 $205,547, 283
242
3, 250, 865
16, 262, 088
3,554
56, 779, 678
14, 419
33, 993, 002
32, 550
926,125, 385
751,833
8, 502, 661
33, 206, 940
16, S..4, 501
1, 839, 703
30, 780, 000
3, 290, 224 360, 985, 083
369, 572, 838
300
270, 476, 000
59, 013, 720
4, 094, 6812, 393,199, 747

DISBURSEMENTS.

Warrants and checks
D i s b u r s i n g officers
Post-Office D e p a r t r a e n t
Transfers
C u r r e u c y certificates
Rederaption a u d exchange:
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 1890 . . .
Nationai-bank notes. - . . . .
Gold certificates
S i l v e r certificates
M i n o r coin
Clearing-house balances
Redemption aud d e s t r u c t i o n .
F i v e per cent fund
Total




1,206,397
lO; 092, 309
1, 608, 994
14, 817, 500
102,145
469,400
59,000
2, 000
30, 000
70, 755
16, 649, 275
74, 003,477
119,111, 252

3,122, 330
6,164, 830

1,706
263, 938
841
2,181, 884

55,189, 598
896, 474, 726
31, 308, 223
448, 857, 481
36, 080, 000

1,898,081
32,105, 336
10,307,312
4, 672, 059
5, 640, 641
22, 009, 568
84, 705
100, 232, 569
1, 233, 698

3, 042,500

20, 957, 827
123,122, 544
11,497,115
193,469, 818
10, 000

79, 614
4,536

4, 235, 065
33, 012, 895
20, 871, 631
48, 955, 815
28,099,830
49, 659, 246
2, 613, 995
112, 639,146
2, 218, 424
236, 656, 472
290. 407, 605
74, 003, 477
2,371,283,029

143,831, 000

734, 989
88,127
214, 053
2,669
1, 429, 050
570

TREASURER.
No.

37

1 5 . — A S S E T S AND 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 30,1899.
Washington.

Baltimore.

New York.

Philadelphia.

Boston.

ASSETS.

$4,788,714.22 $3,165, 986. 02 $99, 914,158. 59 $7,124, 430.00 $7, 827,950.22
53, 770,838. 00 9,495, 843. 00 1, 764,157. 00
151,611,031.00 6,751,758. 00
Standard silver dollars
674,097. 63
116, 209. 45
1, 257, 052. 60
729, 401. 39
447, 528. 60
Fractional silver coin
. 734,303.00
14,625,002.00 4, 867, 980.00
United States notes
5,172, 929.00 1,944, 887.00
105,508.00
84,19L 00
24, 074.00
79,091.00
Treasury notes of 1890 . . . .
33,167.00
54, 290. 00
16, 060. 00
10, 675.00
National-bank notes
3, 209, 447.84
13, 329. 00
588, 380. 00
630. 00
331, 010. 00
59,130.00
38, 520. 00
Gold certificates
437,648. 00
399,416.-00
131, 592.00
713,483. 00
53, 305. 00
Silver certificates
20,000. 00
390,000. 00
20, 000. 00
70, 000. 00
Currency certificates
29,925. 07
22, 641.49
62,346.99
Minor coin
13, 392. 06
9, 395. 46
29. 48
. 1,29L90
13, 277. 39
492. 60
15,397.54
Total cash assets

166, 376,619.51 12, 528, 368. 68
23, 575, 990. 87

170, 556, 409.72 22, 703, 664.50

11, 670, 331.13

Aggregate

189, 952, 610. 38 12, 528, 368. 68

170,556,409.72 22,703,664.50

11, 670, 331.13

. .

LIABILITIES.

Outstanding warrants and
checks
Disbursing officers' balances
Post-Office D e p a r t m e n t
account
Bank-note 5 per cent redemption fund
Other deposit andredemption accounts

311,193.02

86, 976.12

943,596.17

129, 627. 23

223,412. 76

4,752, 707.24

275,383.40

20, 713, 607. 37

4,171, 706. 87

1, 329,145. 06

249, 882. 88

67, 785. 56

1,395,202.90

727,504.82

853, 723.43

8, 060. 00

9,163, 303. 24

164, 080.00

129,100. 00

32,215,709.68 5,192, 918. 92
" • Total agency account 17,433, 681. 01
438, 205. 08
Balance to credit of raints
and assay offices
4, 374,141.17
P>alance transfer account..
12,653,692.48 2, 724, 558. 72
768, 692. 08
Balauce general account . . 172,518, 929.37 11,321, 471. 52 121,312,866.39 14, 786,186. 86

2, 535, 381. 25

Afifffresrate .

9, 059,437. 2g
3, 060,460. 59

189,952,610.38 12, 528, 368. 68

Cincinnati.

Chicago.

170,556,409.72 22, 703, 664. 50

St. L o u i s .

N e w Orleans.

2, 395, 355. 21
6, 739, 594. 67
11, 670, 331.1
SanFrancisco.

ASSETS.

Gold coin
Standard silver dollars
Fractional silver coin
United States notes
Treasury notes of 1890
Nationai-bank notes
Gold certificates
Silver certificates
Currency certificates
1..
Minor coin .
.
....
Fractional currency
Bonds and interest p a i d . . .

$2,973, 235.00
.54,500.00
193,010.48
1,105, 000. 00
33,000.00
107, 000. 00

$6, 761, 022. 54
1,010,620.00
441, 439. 00
3,750, 224. 00
. 191,290.00
17, 235. 00
214, 320. 00
197,130. 00
391,170.00
100, 000. 00
22, 701. 32
12, 489.73
1, 684. 25

2, 759.92

$5, 555, 556. 40 $4, 578, 727.10 $9, 328,169. 83
14, 851, 345. 00. 13, 547, 396. 00 26, 233, 246. 05
141,160. 00
224, 343. 00
496, 562. 62
.384,142. 00
428, 566. 00
2,103, 250.00
87, 650. 00
117, 060. 00
85, 485. 00
4, 000. 00
9,040. 00
5, 355. 00
87, 740.00
305,730. 00
16,440. 00
103, 793. 00
399, 002.00
57, 223. 00
480, 000. 00
. 23,275.66
13, 036.01
7, 621. 71
38. 05
906. 85.
6.05

Total cash assets
Uuavailable

4, 871,089. 46 12,708, 741. 78

23, 521, 897. 96 19, 555, 997.48
701, 851. 34

36, 597,970.86

Aggregate

4,871, 089.46 12, 708, 741.78

23, 521,897. 96 20, 257, 848. 82

36, 597, 970. 86

LIABILITIES.

•

Outstandingwarrants and
checks . D i s b u r s i u g officers' balances
P o s t - O f f i c e D e p a r t m e n t accouut
Other deposit and redemption accounts
Total agency account
B a l a n c e t o c r e d i t of raints
a n d a s s a y offices
Balance transfer account..
Balance geueral account ..
Afiffirresate




59, 757. 21

241, 358. 24

82, 454.44

48, 788.13

498, 754. 21

568, 220. 36

3, 036, 697. 97

1, 066, 993. 48

2,149, 601. 66

3, 695, 339.19

286, 590. 36

1, 286, 451. 06

635, 653. 35

172, 663. 20

295, 719. 01

6, 225.00

68,385.00

109, 550. 00

920, 792. 93

4, 632, 892. 27

1, 891, 651. 27

2, 371, 052. 99

4,489, 812.41

526, 026. 03
3, 424, 270. 50

781, 653. 42
78, 260.10
7,215,935.99

8, 981. 82
1, 603, 506. 65 1, 243, 680. 83
20,014,758.22 16, 643,115. 00

429 1 9 r 9 4
1, 582, 218. 77
30, 096,747. 74

23,521,897.96 20, 257, 848.82

36,597,970.86

4 871.089.46 ii9! 7nR 7i.i 7«

38

R E P O R T ON T H E

No.

FINANCES.

1 6 . — A S S E T S OF THE TREASURY I N T H E CUSTODY OF M I N T S AND ASSAY
O F F I C E S J U N E 30,

Boise City.

C a r s o n City.

1899.

Charlotte.

Dahlonega.

Deadwood.

BULLION F U N D .

Gold coin
Gold huilion
....
Standard silver dollars
Fractional silver coin
Silver bullion
United States notes
Minor coin . .
Balance in subtreasuries
and national banks

$32,150.35
9.76

$4, 521.77
26, 404. 64
5, 008, 552. 00
5, 065. 88
I, 833. 64

180.00
53, 758.85

Total availahle
Unavailable

86, 098. 96
86, 098. 96

A p-^xf'.fra.i.Pi , . , _ , - .

Denver.

$30,256.48

$28, 921.31

5,046,377.93
75, 549. 75

30, 256.48
32,000. 00

$27, 950.03

5,121, 927. 68

62, 256.48

27, 950. 03

Helena.

NewYork.

28, 921. 31

NewOrleans.

28, 921. 31
San F r a n cisco.

BULLION F U N D .

Gold coin
Gold huilion
Standard'silver dollars.. -.

$36, 495.95

Silver huilion
United States notes
Minor coin
Balance in subtreasuries
and national bauks

$4, 535. 00
$10, 636.21
43, 507,175.58
890, 608. 68
764. 00 11,411, 000. 00
221,139.04
1, 260.45,
627,647. 54 2, 451,176. 99
52, 325.00
22.''67

$3,937,965.00
1, 215, 867. 70
51, 961,686. 00
446, 995. 30
7, 221. 60

$877,194. 25

129, 977. 87

48, 473, 924. 95 15,036,885. 92
25, 000. 00
64, 023. 31

57. 586,235. 60
413, 557. 96
8, 625.98

877,194. 25

Afferreerate

93, 481. 92

877,194.25

Total available
Unavailable
Loss on recoinage

129, 977. 87

48,473, 924. 95 15,125,909.23

58, 008,419. 54

Philadelphia.

4, 332, 519. 71

St. Louis.

16, 500. 00

Seattle.

Total.

BULLION F U N D .

Gold coin . . .
Gold bullion . .
Standard silver dollars
Fractional silver coin
Silver bullion
United States notes

$6, 957, 843. 00
74, 367, 718. 32
69, 611, 687. 00
335, 451. 27
82, 042, 959.90

Balance in subtreasuries and national
banks
Total available
Unavailable
Loss on recoinaffe

$2, 360.40

$436, 869. 38

11. 71

8, 981. 82
233, 315, 659.49

669,172. 09

6,110, 786.43

11, 353.93

1,106,041.47

361, 728, 928.10
574,057 74
276,451.37

11, 353. 93

1,106,041.47

362, 579,437. 27

203, 802. 08

Aggregate h ullion fund

$10, 915, 500. 98
120, 515,651. 00
137, 993, 689. 00
1, 009, 921.70
85,130, 851. 38
52, 505. 00
22.67

233,519,461.57

MINOR COIN A N D M E T A L F U N D .

United States notes
M i n o r coin
AfiTfirresrate a s s e t s




...

37, 655. 00
55, 311. 35

37, 655. 00
55, 311. 35

. . . . . . . . . 233,612.427.92

11.3.5,3.93

1.106.041.47

362. 672. 403. 62

39

TREASURER.
No.

1*5',—GENERAL DISTRIBUTION OF T H E ASSETS AND L I A B I L I T I E S OF
T R E A S U R Y J U N E 30,1899.

Treasury
offices.

National-bank
M i n t s a n d asand other
s a y offices.
depositaries.

Total.

I n transit.

ASSETS.

$311, 232. 00 $163,244, 682. 92
. . . . . . . . . . . $152, 017, 949. 94 $10,915,500.98
120,515,651.00
120,515,651.00
382. 00 417,084, 805.00
279,090,734.00 137, 993, 689. 00
70, 001.47
5,800,727.94
1,009,921.70
4, 720, 804.77
85,130,851.38
85,130, 851. 38
3,122,731.00
38, 329,174. 00
90,160. 00
35,116,283.00
116, 000.00
956, 516.00
840, 516.00
T r e a s u r y n o t e s of 1890 . . . .
99,000. 00
3, 545, 431.84
3,446,431.84
1, 641, 900. 00
1,641,900.00
1,065,125.00
3, 948, 887.00
Silvftr certificates
2,883, 762.00
I 080, 000. 00
1,080,000.00
C u r r e n c j r certificates
272,159. 52
55,334. 02
216,825.50
67.53
67.53
Fractional currency
76, 283, 655. 30
$76, 283, 655. 30
Deposits in national b a n k s .
3, 599. 32
39,415.82
35, 816. 50
Bonds a n d interest paid . . .
Gold coin
Gold bullion

T o t a l a v a i l a h l e a s s e t s 481,091,091. 08 355, 711,108. 08 76, 283, 655.30 4,788,070.79
218,463.55
574,057.74
701,851. 34
Unavailable
276,451. 37
U n p a i d loss o n r e c o i n a g e . .
Balance in subtreasuries
6,110,786.43
' 23,575,990. 87
Aersrreeate

505, 368,^33.29 362, 672,403. 62 76, 502,118.85 4, 788, 070.79

917,873, 925. 25
1,494,372.63
276,451. S7

b

6,110, 786.43
23, 575,990. 87
949, 331, 526. 55

LIABILITIES.

Outstandingwarrants and
checks
D i s b u r s i n g officers' b a l Post-Office D e p a r t m e n t account
Bank-note 5 p e r cent re-

199,187.85

2, 825,105. 38

41, 759,402. 60

5,264,106.04

47,023, 508. 64

5,971,176.57

12, 738.93

.

2, 625, 917. 53

5, 983, 915.50
9,059,437 28

9,059,437. 28"
Other deposit and redemption accounts

T o t a l a g e n c y a c c o u n t 72,125,
B a l a n c e t o c r e d i t of m i n t s
5, 593,
a n d a s s a y offices
Balance transfer account
23, 575,
B a l a n c e g e n e r a l a c c o u n t . . 404,073,
Aggregate

No.

527,675.42

12,709,163. 83

13, 236, 839. 25

527,675.42

78,128, 806.05

516, 818'. 08
968. 35
990. 87
876. 26 362, 672,403. 62 70, 509,267. 95 4,260,395,37

6,110,786.43
23, 575, 990.87
841,515,943.20

76, 502,118.85 4,788,070.79

949, 331, 526.55

5,476,032.82

097. 81

505,368,933.29 362, 672, 403.62

1 8 . — D I S T R I B U T I O N OF T H E G E N E R A L T R E A S U R Y BALANCE J U N E 30,
Treasurer's
general account.

Washington
Baltimore
New York
Philadelphia
Boston
Cincinnati
Chicago
St. Louis
New Orleans
San Francisco
Mints aud assay offices
Natioual banks
United States depositories .
I n transit
Total Treasurer's hooka.
On deposit with States
,
Total Treasury balance .




Receipts not
covered by
"warrants.

1899.

Balance as
shown by
warrants.

$172, 518,929. 37
11, 321,471.52
121, 312,866. 39
14,786, 186. 86
6, 739,
594.67
3, 424.270. 50
7, 215;935. 99
20, 014,758. 22
16, 643,115.00
30, 096,747. 74
362, 672,403.62
70, 505,565.78
3,702.17
4, 260,395.37

$258, 308. 55 $172, 260,620. 82
1,564.87
11,319, 906.65
698,789. 64 120, 614,076.75
68,161.02
14, 718,025. 84
22, 060.10
6, 717,
534. 57
115. 60
3, 424,154.90
116,102. 80
7, 099,833.19
119,935.22
19, 894,823.00
135,240. 06
16, 507,874. 94
30,038, 009. 24
58, 738. 50
362, 672,403.62
158,012. 29
70, 347,553. 49
3,702.17
4, 260,395.37

841, 515, 943.20

I, 637, 028. 65 839, 878, 914.55
28,101, 644. 91
867,980,559.46

40

REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.

W o . 1 9 . — A V A I L A B L E ASSETS AND N E T L I A B I L I T I E S OF T H E T R E A S U R Y J U N E 30,

1898 AND 1899.
J u n e 30,1898.

.

J u n e 30,1899.

ASSETS.

Gold:
Bullion

$106, 930, 732. 76
96, 633, 584.14

-

$163, 244, 682. 92
120, 515, 651. 00
$203, 564, 316. 90

Silver:
Dollars
F r a c t i o n a l coin
Bullion

405, 022, 550. 00
12, 070, 690.02
97, 845,342.97

.•

$283, 760,333. 92
417, 084, 805. 00
5, 800, 727. 94
85,130, 851. 38

514, 938, 582.99
Paper:
United States notes
T r e a s u r y n o t e s of 1890
National-bank notes
Gold certificates
Silver certificates..
. .
C u r r e n c y certificates

62, 111, 994. 00
2, 900, 843. 00
4,909,189.38
1, 608, 560.00
8,429, 994. 00
1,110,000.00

508, 016, 384.32
38, 329,174. 00
956, 516. 00
3, 545, 431.84
1, 641, 900. 00
3, 948, 887. 00
1, 080, 000. 00

81, 070, 580. 38

49, 501,908.84

Other:
1, 247, 987. 32
„37.09
38,743,017.17
42, 214.32

Fractional currency
Deposits in national banks . . : . . .
Bonds and interest paid

272,159. 52
67.53
76, 283, 655. 30
39, 415. 82
40, 033, 255. 90

76, 595, 298.17

839, 606, 736.17

AfiTfirrefifate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

917,873, 925. 25

LIABILITIES.

Agency account:
Outstanding w a r r a n t s and checks
D i s b u r s i n g officers' b a l a n c e s
Post-Office D e p a r t m e n t a c c o u n t . .
Bank-note 5 per cent redemption

2, 562, 640. 43
40; 016, 758.44
5,129, 672. 30
8, 568,194. 06

Other deposit a n d redemption
accounts

2, 825,105. 38
47, 023, 508. 64
5,983,915.50
9, 059,437. 28

10,187, 894. 81

13, 236,839. 25
66, 465,160.04

78,128, 806. 05

General account:
37,420,149. 00
. . . . 398, 556, 504.00
26, 675,000. 00
101, 207, 280. 00
209, 282, 643.13

S i l v e r certificates
T r e a s u r y n o t e s of 1890
Balance
;

34, 297, 819..00
406, 085, 504.00
21,355.000.00
93,518,280.00
284, 488, 516. 20
773,141, 576.13

Aggregate

839, 745,119. 20

839, 606, 736.17

...............

917, 873, 925. 25

W o . 2 0 . — A S S E T S 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 I N E X C E S S OF CERTIFICATES
AND TREASURY NOTES J U N E 30, 1898 AND 1899.

June 30,1898.

J u n e 30,1899

ASSETS.
Gold coin and bullion
Silver dollars aud bullion
Fractional silver coin
United States notes
Treasury notes of 1890
National-bank notes
Minor coin
Fractional currency
Deposits in national banks
Bonds and interest paid

,

$167. 752, 727.90 $251,104,414.92
11,534, 102.97,
6, 560. ^59. 38
lfi, 070, 690. 02
5, 800, 727. 94
36. 546, 994. 00
18, 054, 174. 00
2, 900, 843. 00
956, 516. 00
4, 909, 189. 38
3, 545, 431. 84
1, 247, 987.32
272,159. 52
37.09
67.53
38, 743, 017.17
76, 283, 655. 30
42. 214.32
39, 415. 82
275, 747, 803.17 362,617, 322. 25

Total
LIABILITIES.
Agency account
Balance
Total




66, 465,160. 04 78,128, 806. 05
284,488, 516.20
209,282,643.13
275, 747,803.17

362, 617, 322.25

TREASURER.

41

M o . 2 1 .—UNAVAILABLE F U N D S OF THE GENERAL TREASURY AND P O S T - O F F I C E
DEPARTMENT J U N E 30, 1899.
GENERAL TREASURY.

On deposit with the following States under the act of June 23, 1836:
Maine
$955, 838.25
New Hampshire
669,086.79
Vermont
669, 086.79
Massachusetts
1,338,173. 58
Connecticut
764, 670. 60
Rhodelsland
382,33.5.30
NewYork
4,014,520.71
Peunsylvania
2, 867, 514. 78
ISIew Jersey
' 764, 670. 00
Ohio
2,007,260.34
Indiana
860,254.44
Illinois
477,919.14
Michigan.-.:
286,751.49
Delaware
286, 751.49
Maryland
955,838.25
Virginia
2,198,427.99
North Carolina
1,433,757.39
South Carolina
1,051,422.09
Georgia
1,051,422.09
Alabama
669,086.79
Louisiana
477,919.14
Mississippi
382,335.30
Tennessee
.1,433, 757.39
Kentucky
1,433,757.39
Missouri
382,335.30
Arkansas
286,75L49
Total on deposit with the States
Deficits and defalcations:
Subtreasuries:
Defalcation, subtreasury United States. New Orleans, 1867,
May and Whitaker
$675,325.22
Defalcation, subtreasury United States, New Orleans, 1867,
May property
5,566. 31
Deficit, subtreasury United States, New Orleans, 1885
20,959.81

'

^

$28,101,644.91

701, 851.34
Mints and assay offices:
Deficits and defalcations, mint United States, San Francisco, 1857 to 1869
Defalcation, mint United States, Dahlonega, 1861
Defalcation, mint United States, Charlotte, 1861
Deficit, mint United States, New Orleans, 1895
Deficit, mint United States, Carson City

413,557.96
27, 959.03
32,000.00
25,000.00
75,549.75

National bank depositories:
Failure, Venango National Bank of Franklin, P a
Failure, First National Bank of Selma, Ala

181,377. 51
33,383. 87

Depositories United States:
Defalcation, depository United States, Galveston, 1861
Defalcation, depository United States, Baltiraore, 1866
Defalcation, depository United States, Pittsburg, 1867
Deficit, depository United States, Santa Fe, 1866, short in
\ remittance
V; .

574, 057.74

214,76L38

778.66
547. 50
2,126.11
249.90

3,702.17

Total deficits and defalcations

1,494, 372.63

Total general Treasury

29,596,017.54
POST-OFFICE DEPARTMENT.

Defalcation,
Defalcation,
Defalcation,
Defalcation,

subtreasurylJnited States, New Orleans, 1861
depository U nited States, Savannah, 1861
depository United States, Galveston, 1861
depository United States, Little Rock, 1861

Aggregate




31,164.44
205.76
83.36
. 5,823. 50

37,277.06
29,633,294.60

42

REPORT ON THE FINANCES.

N o . S 2 . — G O L D C O I N AND B U L L I O N I N T H E TREASURY 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 . . .
Septeraber
October...
November
Deceraber.
1879—January . .
February .
March
April
May
June
July
August . . .
Septeraber
October...
November
Deceraber .
1880—January . .
^February .
March
April
May
June..
July
August . . .
Septeraber
October...
Noveraber
Deceraber.
1881—January . .
February .
March
April
May
June
July
August . . .
Septeraber
October . . .
Noveraber.
December.
1882—January . .
February .
March
April . . . . .
May
June
July
August . - .
Septeraber
Octoher...
November.
Deceraber.
1883—January . .
February .
March
April . . . . .
" May
June
July
August . . .
September
October . . .
Noveraber.
December.
1884—January . .
February .
March
April
May
June
July
August...
Septeraber
October . . .
November.

December.




Coin.
$122,
124,
126,
126,
132,
135,
128,
128,
127,
128,
128.
130,
129,
128,
130.
133,
121,
102,
95,
96,
93,
93,
91,
83,
82,
77,
77,
67,
59,
66,
61.
60,
84,
85,
73,
70,
74,
62,
82.
76,
76,
85,
84,
81,
95,
" 95,
88,
93,
91,
87,
95,
101,
108,
113,
119,
121,
125.
130,
132,
136,
141,
144,
144,
144,
147,
149,
152,
154,
154,
150,
150,
156,
160,
162,
163,
164,
166,
169,
171,

Bullion.

Total.

$6, 323, 372 $128, 460, 203
7,714, 922 132,014, 620
7, 713, 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
4, 934,162 133, 416,126
6,151, 208 134, 520,140
5, 841, 564 136, 680, 260
5, 316, 376 135, 236, 475
7,497, 952 135, 517, 483
11,182,137
141, 546, 390
35, 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
50, 572, 784 144, 010, 551
47. 244, 877 138,783, 440
45, 219, 246 128, 709,496
43, 484, 966 126,145, 427
45, 319, 644 123,126, 646
50, 671, 214 127, 679, 280
67,727, 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, 886,477 165,152, 789
78, 422, 033 173,757,874
71, 218, 465 166, 457, 357
66, 215, 653 155,069,102
60, 918, 848 153, 985, 546
56,541.886
148, 506, 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, 305 164, 267, 584
51, 981, 432 171, 504, 568
51, 449, 383 173, 317, 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
209,429,940
62,392,847
66, .592. 571 216,133, 328
66, 406,346 219, 014, 739
66 931, 227 221,813,356
67,017,657
221, 881, 633
60, 724, 333 211,071,507
196, 325, 626
45,686,932
44. 797, 665 201,132,388
44, 539, 608 204, 876, 594
48, 533, 573 210. 539, 551
214,483,657
51,342,794
52, 946, 587 217, 904, 042
55, 856, 761 222, 536, 360
62, 212, 318 231, 389, 361
63, 422, 647 234, 975,852

Held against
certificates.
$24, 897, 680
23,852,980
17, 222,180
23,433, 680
22, 906, 480
24,117, 780
21,189, 280
17, 082, 680
16, 379, 280
16, 253, 960
15, 710,460
15,380.120
15,279, 820
15,196, 900
15, 008, 700
14, 843, 200
14,377, 600
13,195, 460
11,596,140
10, 350, 000
9,755, 300
8,244,000
8, 056, 800
8, 010, 300
7. 963, 900
7,852.000
7.661.100
7,480,100
7,447, 700
7, 381, 380
6, 528, 380
6,491, 400
6, 229, 400
6, 028, 900
5, 961, 200
5, 876, 280
5, 759, 520
5,748,120
=5,397,120
5, 239. 320
5, 204, 220
5,199, 620
5,188,120
5,180,220
5,172. 320
5. 166, 920
5,071,120
5. 052, 920
5, 029, 020
5, 016,440
4, 992,040
4, 907. 440
11, 370, 270
19, 458, 270
39, 514, 810
47, 669, 640
42, 554,470
43,444,510
48. 398. 200
59,591.940
59, 807. 370
60, 068, 600
54, 547, 540
55, 014, 940
52, 076,180
58, 897, 620
63, 565,140
77, 462, 620
77, 843, 430
68,812,150
56, 700, 805
59,125,480
71,146, 640
91,491,490
92,017, 940
87, 389, 660
87, 865, 570
93, 374,290
93,287,420

Net.
$103, 562, 523
108,161,640
117,325,856
112, 602, 622
117, 965,674
118, 282,355
114.193, 360
116. 674,227
116, 886,279
117,162, 166
118, 809.680
121, 300.140
119, 956,655
120, 320.583
126, 537,690
154, 763,795
157,140, 114
147,247, 977
146.194, 182
143, 340,027
136. 995,458
135. 766,551
130, 726,640
120. 699, 196
118.181, 527
115. 274,646
120, 018.180
127, 764.733
133, 278 253
139
143. 981.716
150,213, 809
148, 052 853
166,808 263
167.639, 554
164, 358,879
157.893. 141
157 412, 355
149,163. 402
164, 098,025
169,122 609
167,785 684
173 025, 348
167. 429 569
159 972 554
168.585 437
161 290, 982
149 997. 626
148 932, 370
143 477, 590
140 062, 881
144, 311,667
147, 831.473
148, 435.314
144, 809,758
131, 989,195
-125, 648,161
135.107, 204
141. 308,242
139,439. 103
133, 718.198
138, 271,435
142, 705.435
149, 625,603
1.51.115, 760
157,353, 708
157, 235,599
155, 429,736
144, 350,203
144, 038,357
142, 259,821
139, 624,908
142,006, 954
133, 729,061
119, 048.717
122, 465,382
130, 51.4,790
134, 670,071
138, 015.432
141, 688,

43

TEEASUREE.

Wo. 2 2 . — G O L D C O I N AND BULLION 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—Continued.

Month.
1885—January . .
February .
March
April
May.
June
July
August
September
October . . .
November.
December .
1886—January...
February..
March..'...
April..
May
June
July
August . . .
Septeraber
October . . .
Noveraber.
December.
1887—January...
February..
March
April
May..
June
July
August . . .
September
October . . .
Noveraber.
Deceraber.
1888—January...
February.March
April
May
June
July
August . . .
September
October . . .
Noveraber.
December.
1889—January...
February..
March
April
May...
June
July
August . . .
September
October . - .
November.
Deceraber.
1890—January...
Pebruary..
March
April
• May
June
July
August . . .
Septeraber.
October . . .
November.
December .
1891—Jauuary...
February..
March
April
May
June
* July
August . . .




Coin.
$172, 747,344
175, 297, 232
177, 143,231
177, 427, 377
178, 039, 678
179. 952, 890
180, 083,998
180: 175, 905
i8o; 198, 974
178; 941,459
178. 002, 782
180, 793, 981
179, 402.994
183, 314, 744
182, 900, 437
185, 335,205
187 138, 939
189, 529,604
190. 001,215
189, 915,047
189; 376, 275
187, 168,509
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, 213
229. 051,535
229, 785, 899
231 905, 742
233,
236, 591.115
•• 237, 055, 512
238, 917, 635
239, 741, 837
241 996, 043
243, 537.116
246, 955, 379
246, 337,464
249, 401,051
252, 963,167
253 460, 026
258 782, 305
253, 612,783
255, 784, 358
254, 615, 950
252 397,959
246, 748, 502
233 179,012
230, 634, 208
226, 113,362
229, 220, 604
233, 942, 686
232, 469,299
220, 749,803
193, 773, 624
176, 929, 831
174, 450,378
175, 091, 456
482, 231

Bullion.
. $64,420,
64, 732,
64, 297,
65, 734
66, 323,
67, 075,
69, 283,
70, 081,
71,052,
72, 417,
73, 942,
72, 557;
71, 968,
66,486,
59, 254.
55.245,
49, 285,
43,308,
43, 650,
45, 515,
53, 232,
59, 663.
68, 720;
80, 931
85, 018,
83, 485,
83,4ai
83, 863.
85,166,
85,732,
89, 099,
92, 852.
108, 377,
120, 202,
120, 777,
122,723
121,902,
121, 822,
121,16''
122,132,
114, 050,
110,116,
108, 012,
107, 826,
108, 289,
108,479,
104, 426,
96, 919,
96, 590,
96,670,
94, 795,
94,612,
85, 241,
65, 586,
62, 017,
64,052,
64, 334
64, 554,
64, 642,
67, 416,
66, 080,
66,133,
06,443,
67, 265,
67, 548,
65,996,
62,138,
57,471,
59, 907
60, 855,
63, 642,
66, 799,
67, 624,
63, 362,
59, 685,
59, 859,
61, 401,
62, 067,
62, 736,
65, 262,

Total.

Held against
certiticates.

$237,167, 975 $111,980,
240, 029, 843 112, 683,
241, 440, 797 115, 647
243,162,195
125, 234
244, 363, 543 128,553
247, 028, 025 126, 729,
249, 367,596 123,289
250, 257, 418 123,885
251, 251,114 118,137
251, 359. 349 109, 020
251, 945, 578 105, 554
253, 351, 410 105, 359,
251, 371, 561 115j^284
249, 801, 088 105, 637
242,155,168
90, 775
240, 580, 533
84,715
236. 424, 734
80,120
232, 838,124
76, 044,
233,651, 522 • 74,718
235, 430. 636
77,698
84, 691
242, 6O9; 018
88,294
246, 832,148
90, 520
254,450, 853
97-, 215
268,128,019
274,140, 468 105, 665
275, 088, 627
99,958
275,985, 863
94,046
275, 336,916
94, 434
277, 628, 751
90, 960
278,101,106
91, 225
281, 296, 417
94,990
282,039, 534
88,765
290, 702, 630
97, 984
99,'684;
302, 544, 605
. 302, 661, 279 90,780,
96, 734,
305, 342,187
307,809,155
104,853
96, 697
309, 567, 827
91, 953,
310,772,202
99, 56i:
312, 801, 287
309,882, 859 109,581
313, 753, 617 119, 887,
326, 551, 392 131,959,
124,750,
331,133,430
134, 838,
332,551,306
140,613
331, 688,233
328, 603, 362 129, 264,
324, 773, 667 120, 888,
325, 641, 856 130, 986,
326, 456, 697 130. 210,
326, 700. 939 128, 826,
328,203,901
136, 614,
321,297, 377 129,044,
303, 504, 319 116,792,
•300, 759, 573 118, 541,
123, 393,
304,048,189
305, 871, 772 116, 675.
308, 509, 615 120, 937,
310,979,791
123, 483,
313,818,941
122, 985,
316, 043, 454 138, 657;
318,593,752
130, 604.
320, 225, 794 134,938;
134, 642,
320, 878,411
321, 333. 253 130, 788,
321, 612, 424 131, 380,
316, 536, 823 132,444,
310, 220,120 124, 382,
306, 086, 471 158,104,
294, 489, 603 138,173,
293,755, 880 131, 316,
293,020,214
144, 047,
297, 567, 546 155, 839,
296, 831, 953 147,119,
292,435, 219 144, 317;
280. 633, 040 138,890,
255, 331, 503 122,124,
238, 518,122
120, 850,
236, 828,413 115,715,
108,273, 079
240,744,488

$125, 187, D95
',
127, 346, 553
,
125, 793, 257
,
117,
,927, 395
115, 810, 533
:
,
120, 298, 895
I
,
126, 078, 596
1
,
126,
1,371,928
133,, 113, 324
;
142, 338, 589
,
146, 391, 486
i
,
147,
,991,809 •
136; 086, 610
,
144,, 164, 038
:
i5i;,379,525
I
,
155, 865, 308
1
,
156, 304, 709
1,793,749
156,
,
158, 933, 005
,
157, 732, 289
'
157;, 917, 211
: 537,179
,
158,
,
163, 930, 220
,912,414
170,
,
168, 475, 361
,
175, 130, 262
;
181. 939, 848
, 902,431
180,
i
,
186, 667, 774
;
,
186; 875, 669
;
186, 306, 330
, 274,194
193,
,
192, 717, 947
1
,
202, 859, 832
.
211,, 880, 526
208; 608,130
,
202, 955,184
;
212,, 8G9, 914
,818, 253
218,
,239,994
213,
>,
200, 301,129
,866,247
193.
:
194,, 592, 280
1
,
206; 383, 036
'
197,, 713,116
,074,575
191
I
,
199; 339,134
i
,
203; 885 219 .
:
194,, 655, 264
i
,
196, 245,980
•
,
197; 874, 422
,589,112
191
1
,
192; 252, 715
1
,
186, 711, 560
,218,164
182,
I 654, 670
,
I80;
1,196, 423
189;
, 572, 386
187;
'
187,, 496, 672
',
190, 833, 052
,
177, 386, 285
,
187, 988, 948
,
185, 287,715
,235, 572
186,
I
,
190, 544, 854
, 232,405
190,
184, 092, 074
,
185, 837, 581
'
147,, 981,732
i 315, 624
,
156,
!
162,, 439, 381
1,972, 935
,
148;. 728, 097
1,712,824
141,
1,118,150
149;
,
148, 742, 241
141,207,164
,667,723
133,
,
117, 113, 024
1,471,409
121,
132,

44

REPORT ON THE

FINANCES.

W o . 2 2 . — 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 AT T H E END O F E A C H M O N T H ,

FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.
Month.
1891—September . . . . .
October
November
Decemher
1892—January
February
March..'
April
May
June
July
August
September
^..',
October
November
December
1893—-January
February
, March
April
May
June
July
August
September
O c t o b e r ..'.
November
Deceraber
1894—January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
,
October
Noveraber
December
1895—January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
,
Noveraber
December
1896—Jauuary
,
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
Septeraber
October
Noveraber
December
,
1897—January
,
February
March
April
May
,
June
,
July
August
September
October
November
December
1898—January
February
,
March
April
,




Coin.
$178,
189,
193,
196,
198,
198,
198,
193,
193,
180,
170,
166,
164
166,
167,
156,
147,
137,
138,
121
115,
110,
103,
78,
72,
66,
70,
73,
65,
107,

no;
116,
100,
86,
73,
76,
79,
81
118,
91
51,
94,

83,
83,
84
140,
142,
135,
118,
111,
119,
106,
121
107,
117,
120,
]30;
139,
151
157;
155,
152,
149,
150,
154,
153,
151,
151
151,
151
147,
133,

016
905
689
061
175
863
892
273
580
321
622
580
486
247
258
452
054
900
473
585
742
923
626
667
123
899
506
284
319
805
429
990
110
123
012
532
339
461
402
020
230
558
517
140
611*
914
557
384
756
327
079
392
419
515
047
838
283
340
.284
114
737
505
275
598
363
403
509
832
732
575
826
810
370
732
892
176
475
155
076
601

Bullion.

Total.

343, 775 $244, 974,
74, 158, 836 263, 774,
78; 430, 504 271, 843,
82, 212, 689 278, 846,
84, 299,689
282, 753,
83; 275, 529 282,123
8I; 194, 377 280,144,
79, 712,183
273, 623,
77, 953, 512 271, 527,
74, 836, 385 255, 577,
76, 623,598
247, 306,
75, 960,115 • 242, 543.
76, 055, 422 . 240, 605,
78, 126, 222 244, 261
79, 983, 208 247, 598,
81 697,350
238, 359,
81, 452, 478 228,827
79 835,048
217, 672,
79, 503,760
218, 378
80, 529. 774 202, 283,
80, 871, 868
196, 518,
78, 345, 510 188, 455,
83, 450, 336 186,813
98, 373, 505 176, 423;
101; 026, 648 173, 209,
96, 657, 273 163, 274,
90 910, 622 161,122,
^84, 679, 495 158, 303,
77, 175. 275 142, 665,
70, 432. 992
60, 232; 616 177, 462;
53, 716, 468 176, 456,
170,192,
48, 067,706
44, 612, 311 148, 067,
47, 050, 824 131, 217,
43, 941, 337 120, 922,
44, 063, 417 120, 885,
123, 605,
44, 197,435
125, 613,
46, 305,066
47, 727, 334 164, 350;
010, .546 139, 606;
97, 353,
46; 527, 722
44, 387,979
138, 593;
51, 044, 014 139, 486,
50, 425, 367 139, 998,
53, 746, 018 147, 690,
56, 651,509
155, 893,
60, 208, 542 155, 354,
60, 340, 757 149, 410,
57, 409,512
143, 557,
54, 590, 866 143, 360,
45, 820, 315 129, 567
29, 467, 938 113,198,
15, 821,484
99, 693,
26; 054, 663 167, 695,
29, 851. 621
171, 885,
32, 662, 860 1.68, 446,
32, 217, 024 151, 307,
32, 640, 941 144. 020,
30, 264, 086 150, 012,
33, 998,574
139, 825,
40, 617, 328 162,771,
47, 969, 827 155, 323;
51, 565, 385 169, 527
54, 286, 759 175, 203,
52, 849, 625 182, ^87,
46; 254, 294 186, 206,
37, 786, 057 189, 242,
32, 539,659
190, 702,
26, 547, 082 181, 707,
25, 929,752
178,076,
28, 230, 355 178, 044,
31, 223, 294 181, 234,
30, 969, 525 184, 561
36, 123, 368 190, 387,
42 559, 060 194,089,
45, 465, 077
49, 454, 816 197, 469,
52; 647, 258 200, 731,
204, 063,
63, 671,535
210,903,
83;
217,190,

Held against
certificates.

Net.

$112, 451, 569 .$132 523, 222
136,100, 319
127 674, 422
142, 649, 969
129 193, 224
148,106,119
130 740, 631
163,178, 959
119 574. 905
160. 001, 279
122 122, 113
154; 329, 229
125 815, 040
153, 713, 699
119 909, 757
157, 295, 209
114 231, 883
141,235,339
114 342, 367
136, 861, 829
110 444, 391
128,387,379
114 156, 316
121, 210, 399
119 395, 509
120, 255, 349
124 006, 120
123,188, 809
124 409, 657
117, 093,139
121 266, 663
120, 645, 819
108 181, 713
114, 388, 729
103 284, 219
111, 486, 009
106 892, 224
105, 272,029
97 Oil, 330
101,469, 969
95 048, 641
92,970, 019
95 485, 414
87, 611, 029
99 202, 933
80,414,049
96 009, 123
79, 627, 599
93 582, 172
78, 889, 309
84 384, 863
78,163, 079
82 959, 049
77, 412,179
80 891, 600
77, 015, 419
65,650, 175
70,935,729
106 527, 068
70, 306. 909
106 149, 136
69, 990, 449
100, 202, 009
69, 374, 549
78 693, 267
66; 344, 409
64 873, 025
05, 947, 229
54 975, 607
65, 668,969
55 216, 900
64, 790, 439
58 875, 317
64, 252, 069
61 361, 827 .
58, 925, 899
105 424,.569
53, 361, 909
86 244, 445
52, 647, 809
44 705, 967
51, 507, 769
87 085, 511
48, 843,189
90 643, 307
' 48, 751, 009
91,247, 145
48, 539, 569
99,151, 409
107, 512, 363
48, 381, 569
48,117, 579
107, 236, 487
49, 081, 089
100 329, 837.
50, 645, 539
92,911, 974
50,417, 659
92,943, 180
50, 233, 979
79,333, 966
49, 936,439
63 262, 268
49, 847, 84949,845, 508
43,733, 019
123, 962, 980
43, 239, 249
128, 646, 461
43, 052, 559
125, 393, 900
42, 961, 909
108, 345, 234
42, 320, 759
101, 699, 605
39, 293, 479
110, 718, 746
38, 867, 639
100, 957, 561
38,736, 639
124 034, 672
38,197, 309
117, 126, .524
38, 016, 749
131 510, 353
37, 887, 439
137 316, 544
37, 586, 629
144 800, 493
37, 544, 819
148, 661, 209
37, 456, 339
151, 786, 464
37,421, 999
153, 340, 890
37, 387,829
144, 319, 562
37, 285, 919
140, 790, 738
37, 226, 879
140, 817, 699
37, 017, 789
144, 216, 376
• 36,898,559
147, 663, 105
36,814,109
153, 573, 148
36, 725, 409
157, 363, 851
36, 557, 689
160, 911, 54V
36,494, 759
164, 236, 793
36, 440, 789
167, 623, 182
36, 319,199
174, 584, 135
35,951, 999
181, 238,137

45

TEEASURER.

N o . 22.>—GOLD C O I N AND B U L L I O N I N 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.

$110, 702, 400
104,775, 284
125, 843, 472
148, 201, 497
162,391,874
141, 800, 498
138,441,547
139,654,545
127, 505, 746
13U, 706,410
156, 745, 506
158,155, 309
139, 459, 075
153,522,596
152,189, 537
189, 986, 760
221,271,988

1898—May
June
July
August
September
October . . .
November.
Deceraber .
1899—January...
February .
M.arch
April
May
June
July
August ...
September

N o . 2 3 . - -SiLVER

Month.

1878—June
July
August
September...
October
Noveraber . . .
Deceraber . . .
1879—January
February
M a r c h ..'
April
May
June
July
August
Septembei . .
October
Noveraber . . .
December
1880—January ..
- February.
March
April
May
June
July......
A u g u s t . -September
October...
November-. .
December—
1881—January
February
March.'.
April
May
June
July
August
September...
October
November . . .
December
1882—January
February
March.'.
April
May
June

Bullion.

Coin.

Month.

Total.

$96, 998, 864 $207,701,264
202, 825, 049
98, 049, 765
99, 294, 921 225,138, 393
105, 175, 997 253, 377, 494
116, 299, 578 278, 691, 452
133,423,574
275, 224, 072
138,502.545
276, 944, 092
142,074,889
281, 729, 434
131,186, 534
261, 692, 280
127, 385, 067 264, 091, 477
121, 560,849
278, 306, 355
120, 829. 945 278, 985, 254
121, 742, 353 261, 201,428
273, 393,480
119,870,884
125, 658, 786 277, 848, 323
127,460,201
317, 446, 961
131,730,392
353, 002, 380

Held against
certificates. !
$35, 883, 209
35, 820, 639
35, 693, 679
35,473, 009
35, 393, 909
35, 338, 909
35, 280, 649
35, 200, 259
33, 039, 939
32, 966, 839
32, 892, 649
32, 845,029
32, 786,189
32, 656, 269
32, .593, 789
68, 688,989
98, 673, 559

-^ .

$171, 818,055
167, 004,410
189,444,714
217, 904,485
243, 297, 543
239, 885,163
241, 663, 443
246, 529,175
228, 652, 341
231,124, 638
245,413,708
246,140, 225
228,415,239
240,737, 211
245, 254, 534
248, 757, 972
254, 328,821

COIN AND BULLION I N T H E TREASURY AT T H E E N D OF EACH
MONTH, FROM J U N E , 1878.

Standard
dollars.

Bullion.

$7,718,
9, 550,
11, 292,
12,155,
13, 397,
14, 843,
16, 704
17, 874,
19, 505,
21, 558;
23,694
26,181
28,147,
29,15i;
30, 678;
31,559
32, 322,
32, 839,
33,168,
34,961
36, 972,
38,780,
40,411,
42, 778,
44,425,
46,192,
47,495,
47,654
47, 084,
47,397
48,190,
50,235
52, 939,
55,176,
58, 044,
60, 518,
62, 544,
64, 246,
65, 948,
66, 092,
66, 576,
68,017,
69, 589,
72,42i;
75.138,
78,178,
81,595,
84, 606,
87,153;

$7, 341,471
7, 665, 760
8, 982, 239
9, 634, 034
8, 352, 042
10,159, 491
9,439, 461
10,347, 890
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
4,492, 421
4, 888, 036
4, 525, 306
4, 086. 840
5, 007, 331
4,853,588
5,124, 536
6, 081, 648
6, 380, 258
5,557,760
6, 043, 367
6, 255, 390
6,183,224
6,704,197
5, 356, 308
4, 017, 770
3, 863, 583
3, 457,193
3,309,949
2, 962, 278
2, 732, 863
2,632?185
3,424, 575
3, 088. 710
3, 607, 830
3,258,926
2, 806,143
4, 440, 662
3, 239, 033
3, 793, 664
3, 230, 908




Fractional
coin.

$6, 860, 506
7, 079, 667
6, 478, 642
6,143,903
6. 323,132
6. 009, 834
6, 031, 805
6,143, 449
6, 278, 491
6,428,185
6, 621, 940
6, 813, 589
8, 903, 401
12,731,766
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

Total.

$21, 920, 334
24, 295, 663
26, 753,730
27,933,142
28,072, 745
31, 012, 544
32,176, 095
34, 365, 796
35,621, 661
36,-675, 340
37, 265, 549
38, 667, 290
42,143, 318
46, 995, 791
50, 819, 800
52, 931, 683
53, 615, 845
55, 594, 783
56, 542,114
60, 054, 457
62,676, 711
64,856, 996
68,186, 677
71, 208, 870
73, 900, 333
77,250,153
79,028, 293
78, 012, 360
77,757,316
78,306, 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
104, 815, 006
109, 806, 926
112, 273. 273
116,155, 630
118,433, 355

Dollars a n d
b u l l i o n held
against certi
ficates a n d
notes.

Net.

$7,080 $21, 913, 254
959,690 23,335,973
1, 709, 280 25, 044,450
711, 600 27,221,542
68, 790 28, 003, 955
366, 060 30, 646,484
413, 360 31, 762, 735
400, 340 33, 965, 456
331,860 35, 289, 801
251, 700 36,423, 640
197,680 37, 067, 869
444,140 38,223,150
414, 480 41, 728, 838
771,170 46, 224, 621
1, 304, 890 49, 514, 910
1,176 720 51, 754, 963
1, 604, 371 52, Oil, 474
1, 894, 722 53, 700, OGl
3, 824, 252 52, 717, 862
3,989, 454 56, 065, 003
4, 572, 606 58,104,105
6, 017, 006 .58, 8:V.), 990
6, 615, 366 61,571,311
6, 051, 539 65,157, 331
5,789, 569 68,110, 764
6,930, 959 70, 319,194
7, 619, 219 71,409, 074
12, 203,191. 65, 809,169
19,780, 241 57, 977,075
26, 504, 986 51,801,387
36,127,711 43, 015, 088
36,814,637 45, 615, 577
37, 027, 797 47, 081, 029
39, 445, 815 46, 032, 005
39,157, 932 49, 244,090
38, 784, 540 52,032, 883
39,110, 729 53, 991, 639
40, 802, 892 53, 701,175
46, 061, 878 49,662, 136
52, 590,180 42, 447, 786
58,838, 770 37,146,871
59, 573, 950 37,450,464
62, 315, 320 36, 846, 088
61, 537, 540 40, 710, 843
60,125, 010 44, 680, 996
59,423, 440 50, 383, 486
.58, 908, 570 53, 364, 703
57,227,060 58, 928, 570
54, 506,090 63, 927, 265

46
No.

REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.
23.—SILVER

Month.

1882—July
August...
September
October...
November
Deceraber.
1883—Jauuary . .
February .
March
April
May
June
July......
August...
Septeraber
October...
November
December.
1884—January..
February.
March . . . .
April
May
June
July
August...
• September
October...
Noveraber
December.
1885—Jauuary..
February.
March
April
May
June
July
'
August...
September
Octoher...
November
December.
1886—January . .
February.
March
April
May
June
July
August...
September
October...
November
December.
1887—January . .
February.
' V, March
April
-.
May
June
:.
July
August...
September
October...
November
December.
1888—January..
February.
March
April.. ...
May
June......
July
August...
September
October...
Noveraber
December
1889-^January..
February.

COIN AND BULLION I N T H E TREASURY AT T H E E N D OF EACH
MONTH, FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.

Standard
dollars.

91,
92,
92,
92,
94,
97,
100.
103
106,
108,
111,
113,
114,
114,
116,
.117,
119,
123,
126,
129,
130,
132,
.135,
137,
140,
142,
142,
144
146.
150,
153,
156,
159,
162,
165,
166,
166,
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,
24«;
249;
251
254,
259,
263,




Bulliou.

$2 816
2 730
3 343
4 012
3 769
4 468
3 761
3 974,
3 943,
3 478,
4 157
4 482,
4 486,
4,694,
5 107,
4 936,
4 624,
4 534
4 674,
4 919
5 043,
5 150,
4 623,
4 055
4 603,
4 723,
4 934,
4 646,
4 778,
4 716
4 613,
3 991,
3 887
.4 042,
4 098,
4 038,
3 944,
3 766,
3 916,
3 840,
3 583,
3 797,
3,658,
2 612,
2,271,
2 556,
1 947,
,
3,092,
3,786,
3 268,
3,758,
3 807,
4,091,
4 739,
4,877,
4,700,
8,639,
10,134,
9 869,
,
10,917,
12 278,
12 .177,
12 005
11 683,
10 831,
9 961,
10 219.
10 305,
10,024,
9 937,
,
9 357,
,
10,619,
11,066,
10 973,
10,645,
10 559,
10 734,
10 865,
10 606,
10 762,

Fractional
coin.

956 $119 811,
388 121 887,
140
122 998,
432
123 176,
544
123 254,
692
125 006,
245
128 4.28,
276
131 742,
S94
135 291,
629
137 913,
196 141 359,
001 144 882,
142 .145 601,
712 146 834,
161 146 445,
424 147 685,
614 149 362,
126 151 207,
415 156 163,
907
160 233,
556 162 916,
480 164 623,
206
627,
720 166 217,
169
486 172 093,
003 174 998,
161
757 176 467,
283 176 919,
667,
356 178 413,
105 180 146,
836 185 796,
326 187
049 191 218,
365 194 427,
899 198 037,
020 200 688.
287 195 799,
894 195 344,
536 193 041,
309 190 623,
431 197 072,
994 197 311,
038 201 756,
638 203 229,
483 205 794,
277 207 349,
682 209 112,
625 213 250,
992 213 894,
745 212 995,
336 211 920,
067 213 039,
935 214 811,
525 218 906,
472 225 164,
614 229 295,
077 236 913,
743 242 814,
494 245 986,
106 249 378,
531 250 498,
219 251 538,
135 250 033,
004 250 326,
529 250 872,
973 253 206,
.432 259 157,
280 263 608,
228 267 628,
872 271 844,
741 275 823,
•462 280 550,
759 282 899,
696 284 579,
769 284 176,
676 284 627,
458 286 511,
597 288 927,
021 294 867,
298" 992,

Dollars and
bulliou held
against certificates and
notes.

Net.

$54, 757, 720
57, 739, 880
63, 204, 780
65, 620, 450
67, 342, 690
68, 443, 660
68, 438, 820
68, 027, 420
70, 759, 991
71 884, 071
71 727, 391
72, 620, 686
73, 728, 681
75, 375,161
78, 921, 961
85, 334, 381
87, 976, 201
96, 717, 721
958, 031
247, 721
95, 919, 576
95; 497, 981
97; 363, 471
96, 427, Oil
95, 138, 361
94, 228,691
96; 491, 251
100, 741,561
104, 988,531
114, 865, 911
113, 858, 811
111, 467,951
112, 500, 226
109, 443,946
105, 085,186
101 530,946
98 872,106
96, 079, 296
93, 656, 716 99,
93 146, 772 97
92, 702, 642 104,
93, 179, 465 104;
761, 609 I l l l ,
390,816 114,
122, 421
90, 733,141 1115
90, 184,129 ;il6,
.89, 116, 225 119,
125
88,
044
87, 564, 760 126:
021,
'123;
89; 387,112
'116;
95:
100; 306, 800 112,
519,
105; 246, 817 109,
670
117, 315, 714 101
118, 130,755 106;
121 930, 489 108,
131, 740,430 104,
137; 143, 328 105,
139, 118, 017 106;
142 166,141 107
144 876, 385 106;
147, 354,826 103,
154 713, 957 95,
]60: 149, 274 89,
168; 855, 423 82,
176, 321, 053 76,
179, 452, 659 79,
184. 526, 445 79,
76,
191
932
194, 426, 405 77,
196, 645, 376 79,
80,
200, 387,
680,679
203, 658;966 79,
209, 561, 601 74,
218, 783,152 65,
229, 415,789 54,
237; 219, 999 49,
246, 337,438 42,
245, 628, 953 49,
52,
246,

405
473
574
462
656
067
352
414
775
656
000
550
151
307
483
858
658
163
565
498
906
407
646
123
854
454
102
418
676
365
030
022
076
324
178
951
699
402
022
642
641
197
553
096
306
366
955
221
575
629
620
716
571
880
633
660
949
830
611
882
5.'<0
218
098
742
828
511
846
419
085
132
478
606
602
399
462
171
975
565
165
612

47

TREASURER.
No.

23.—SILVER

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 , 18T8—Continued.

Month.

1889—March
AprU
....
May
June
July
August
September...
October
November . . .
December
1890—January
JFebruary
March
April
May
June
July
August
September...
October
November . . .
Decemher
1891-^January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
. September...
October
November . . .
December
1892—January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September...
October
November...
Deceraber . . .
1893—January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
Septeraber...
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

Standard
dollars.

271,
275,
279,
280,
282,
282,
283,
286,
288,
293,
297,
302,
306,
309,
313,
314,
316,
315,
315;
317,
320,
326;
331
334;
338,
343,
347,
348,
349,
348,
347,
348,
349,
351
352,
354,
355,
356,
357
357,
357,
356,
354,
354,
355;
357;
358;
359,
360,
361,
362,
363,
357,

361,
363
364,
365,
366,
367;
368,
368,
368,
366,
365,
364,
364,
366,
368,
369,
369,
370,
371;
371;
370;
368,
364,




Bullion.

$10, 801,
10, 755
10, 291,
10, 603,
II,""
11, 343;
I I , 286,
10,918,
10, 322,
10,729,
11, 557,
11,156,
10, 709,
9, 432,
8, 955,
10, 649,
11, 658,
12, 832,
14,485
16, 995,
18, 796,
20, 299,
21, 277,
22, 671
25, 870;
27, 600,
29,172,
31, 729,
36, 583
40,146,
43, 973,
47, 580,
50,316,
53, 969,
57,940,
61, 401
65, 720,
68, 912,
72, 501
76, 669,
80, 479,
83,483,
86, 000,
89, 372,
92, 999
96, 743,
99,282
102, 973,
106, 709,
110, 315.
114,289
118,173
119, 277,
122, 200,
124, 242,
126, 261,
127,262,
127, 207
127, 215,
127, 216,
127, 220,
127, 228,
127, 231
127, 267,
127,113,
126,454
126,104
125, 261
125, 351,
125, 014,
124, 852;
124,551
124, 673,
124, 583,
124, 528,
124, 479,
124, 670,
124, 687,
124, 652,
124, 721,

Fractioual
coin.

Total.

Dollars a n d
bullion held
a g a i n s t certificates a n d
notes.

Net.

$24,921,004 $303, 008, 849 $251, 263, 679 $51, 745,170
254, 939, 203 52,118,189
24, 975, 567 307, 057,392
310, 901,379
25,125,295
255, 537, 810 55, 363, 569
25,129, 733 314, 818,108
257,102,445 57,715,663
255, 555 259, 557,125 57,698,430
25,612, 877 317,
318, 693,459
24,766,455
268, 580, 626 50,112, 833
23,864, 841 318, 135,219
276, 619,715 41,515,504
22, 737, 900 317, 195, 592 277,319,944 39,875, 648
557,664
318,
22,133,430
276, 794, 386 41,763, 278
.21,927, 928 321, 192,506
282, 949, 073 38, 243,433
293, 628 281, 331, 771 45, 961, 857
327,
22,506,504
22, 758, 530 331 491,103
284,176, 262 47, 314, 841
22, 814, 565 335, 560, 614 290, 605, 562 44, 955, 052
22, 989, 474 338 851, 390 292, 923, 348 45, 928, 042
22,902, 558 341 845, 904 294, 656, 083 47,189, 821
22, 805, 226 346, 714, 586 297,210, 043 49, 504, 543
348, 737, 694 298, 748,913 49,988,781
22,333,891
21, 858, 259 350, 762, 543 307,080,210 43, 682, 333
350, 544,535
20,563,709
317, 390, 207 33,154, 328
19, 551,410 351, 825,627
322,155,177 29, 670,450
. 19,066, 586 355, 046,114
327, 835, 299 27,210,815
359, 721, 626 332, 379, 963 27,341, 663
18, 9S7, 690
998, 246 332, 648, 086 35, 350, 160
19, 973, 211 .367, 064,649
336, 972,959 37, 091, 690
20, 352, 665 374, 040,794
20, 486, 094 381 757, 349 346,725,735 34, 315, 059
20, 568,406 386, 240, 441 354, 664,640 32, 092, 709
20, 063, 882 392, 361, 974 356, 218, 725 36, 021, 716
19, 656, 695 399, 422, 655 357,592,565 41, 769, 409
362, 285,149 42,137, 506
19, 368,142 404, 844,023
377,274,356 30,569,667
18, 440, 722 407, 161,326
16, 846, 620 409, 116, 968 386,267, 617 22, 893, 709
15,196, 379 410, 898, 341 389,867,912 20, 249, 056
14, 389, 585 412, 976, 342 393, 833, 262 19, 065, 079
398,144, 670
13. 789, 325 416, 088,598
401,691, 307 18,831,672
14, 494, 842 424, 109,509
410, 377, 398 22, 397, 291
14, 787, 832 429, 531,000
415,285, 347 18,732, 111
14,746, 917 434, 013,987
420,518,586 19, 245, 653
14, 600,427 439, 429, 508 424, 682,151 18,495,401
443. 083,116
14,459,497
428, 592, 874 18,747, 357
14, 224, 714 448, 017,530
432, 902, 993 19, 490, 242
452, 403,173
14,153, 063
437, 671, 782 19,114, 537
13,575, 773 454, 725, 784 439, 334,162 16, 731, 391
12, 551, 498 454, 612,113
441,163,765 15, 391, 622
14, 448, 348
II, 499, 579 455, 496,139
458, 369, 518 444, 261, 546 14, 234, 593
10, 960,183
446, 780, 634
10, 571, 481 462, 040, 081 451,139,149 15, 588, 884
11, 346, 523 468, 420, 542 453,146, 985 16,900,932'
10, 971, 876 472, 364, 392 458, 449.101 19, 273, 557
477, 788, 691
18,915, 291
11,165,155
481, 962, 566 460, 777, 504 21, Oil, 187
11,113,573
465, 305,466
11, 394, 610 486, 332, 471 473,679, 392 21, 657,100
18, 653, 079
11, 855, 944 492, 942, 945
494, 579,409
12,556,749
478, 474, 738 16, 468, 207
492, 239,085
476,088, 294 16,491,115
12, 700, 829
535,480
476,274,174 21,964, 911
13,496,416
587, 603 478,452, 420 21, 083, 060
12, 667,195
310,529
11,418,708
481, 875, 626 17,711,977
II, 639, 467 500, 745,075
482,705, 801 17, 604, 728
15,932, 847 506, 570, 076 483, 232, 216 23,512,859
484,120,431 24, 449, 645
16, 594, 888 508, 101,209
482, 347, 581 27, 753, 628
17, 073, 268 510, 408,465
17, 502,120 511, 194, 954 483,119, 052 28,289,413
17,582, 973 512, 298, 709 482, 639, 701 29, 555, 253
17,889, 531 513 880. 682 479, 678, 798 33, 619, 911
17, 970, 261 513, 167, 330 476, 938, 864 36, 941, 818
17, 720, 835 513, 814, 353 477,369, 346 35,797, 984
16,809,713
509, 018, 714 482,129, 986 27, 684, 367
482, 283, 869 23,734,845
15, 424,113 506, 802,458
483, 296,154 21, 506, 304
14,724, 392 504, 035,456
481, 901,515 22,133, 941
14, 483,636 504, 087,384
15, 481, 586 507, 859, 908 477, 218, 813 29. 868, 571
16,131,145
508, 259, 880 476, 521, 572 32, 338, 336
16,577,511
510, 813, 574 474, 076, 845 36,183, 035
16, 516, 559 510, 582, 651 472, 799, 742 38,013,832
16, 589, 443 511, 338, 751 469, 597,451 41, 985, 200
465, 820,152 46,518, 599
16, 552,845 512, 746.150
16,532,936
512, 447, 345 465, 845, 398 46, 900, 752
16, 055, 743 511 677, 525 468, 267, 541 43,179, 804
474,101,^117 33, 576,408
14, 882, 337 507, 083,139
474, 548, 516 28, 534, 623
13, 426, 421 503,

48
No.

REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.
2 3 . — S I L V E R C O I N AND BULLION 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.

Standard
dollars.

Bullion.

1895—November . . . $364, 528, 596 .$124, 603,759
December
364, 083, 702
124, 612, 532
1896—January
366, 659, 953
124, 575,129
February
369, 273, 688
123,171, 286
March
371, 497,164
122,187, 206
April
374,187, 554
120, 939, 560
May
376, 572, 499
119, 989, 914
378, 614, 043
June
119, 053, 695
July
379, 852, 244
118, 753, 758
381, 056,160
116, 681, 740
August
September...
380, 688, 963
114, 829, 399
October
381, 361, H39
113, 064, 557
N o v e r a b e r . . . 382, 972, 296
112,137, 954
December
384, 584, 572
110, 815, 247
1897—Jauuary
388, 617, 255
109, 704, 519
February
390, 939, 629
108, 914, 614
March
393, 211, 322
107, 862, 462
April
395, 342,193
106, 990,150
Mav
397,511,546
106 042 492
June
399 992,540
104, 591, 039
July
400, 338, 020
105,109, 460
105,125,123
.A.ugust
398, 908, 078
Septemher...
394, 948, 022
105, 078, 5.50
October
392, 517, 014
104, 853, 852
N o v e m b e r . . . 392, 933, 031
103, 531, 722
December
394, 327, 049
102, 284, 736
1898—January
397, 589, 829
101, 379,158
February
399, 079, 443
100, 819, 300
March
400, 637, 825
99, 829, 432
April
401, 323, 414
99, 551, 902
403, 583, 999
98, 443, 952
May
404, 736, 731
dune
98,195, 494
July.. .
405, 013,186
97,871,697
406, 266, 209
August
96,141,237
September...
404, 045, 769
96, 066, 097
October
403, 399, 342
94, 675, 773
N o v e m b e r . . . 404, 258. 264
93, 359, 250
December
405, 061, 304
92,192, 207
1899—January
408, 351, 769
91, 228, 953
February
410,157, 482
90,189,188
March
410,656,670
88, 825, 937
April
412, §03, 833
87, 916, 328
May
415,606,941
85, 909, 876
Juue
416, 869, 480
85, 288, 249
Julv.
417 263 958
84,933,898
August
416,364]995
84, 564, 627
September...
413, 367, 133
83, 783, 745

No,

Fractional
coin.

Total.

Dollars a u d
bullion h e l d
a g a i n s t certiticates a n d
notes.

Net.

$13, 032, 387 $502,164, 742 $475, 439,173 $26, 725, 569
12, 764, 321
501, 460, 555
473, 847,928 27, 612, 627
14,186, 737
505, 421, 819
468, 938, 619 36, 483, 200
14, 820, 486
507, 265, 460
469, 265, 223 38, 000, 237
15, 246, 374
508, 930, 744
473,113, 706 35, 817, 038
15,459, 003
510,586,117
471, 903, 693 38, 682,424
467, 698. 360 44, 501, 477
15, 637, 424
512,199, 837
15, 730, 976
513, 398, 714
460, 942 789 52, 455, 925
16, 004,145
514, 610,147
459, 999, 951 54,610,196
15, 909, 801
513, 647, 701
472,481,174 41,166, 527
15,126, 483
510, 644, 845
479, 435, 754 31, 209, 091
14, 632, 846
509, 058, 742
481, 006, 402 28, 052, 340
14,570, 200
509, 680, 450
477, 989, 401 31, 691, 049
14, 215, 766
509, 615, 585
476, 472, 080 33,143.505
15, 414, 575
513, 736, 349
479,734,813 34, 001, 536
15, 805, 023
515, 659, 266
481, 259, 781 34, 399, 485
15, 974, 428
517,048, 212
481,157,433 35, 890, 779
16,163,767
518, 496,110
480, 450, 219 38, 045, 891
16 210 920 519, 764, 958
478 551 088 4.1 9.^?. ft7n
473 203 648 47 iScjO P,?.*!
16, 210, 344
520 793,923
16, 286, 660
521, 734,140
47l' 852* 930 49, 881, 210
519, 368. 486
15, 335, 285
480,' 535, 617 38, 832, 869
13,455,175
513, 481, 747
485,954, 579 27, 527,168
11, 981, 078
509, 351, 944
482,152,199 27,199, 745
11,191, 630
507, 656, 383
481. 092, 247 26, 564,136
10, 679, 899
507, 291, 684
483, 043, 872 24, 247, 812
11, 707,173
510, 676,160
479, 047, 220 31,628,940
11,960,092
511,858,835
484, 956, 707 26, 902,128
11, 965, 278
512,432, 535
491, 386,178 21, 046, 357
12, 018, 967
512, 894, 283
495, 377, 854 17, 516, 429
12, 044, 089
514, 072, 040
493, 206, 545 20, 865, 495
12, 097, 682
515,029,907
491,866, 360 23,163, 547
514 879, 966
11 995,083
489 332 716 25 547,250
10, 993, 449
513, 400, 895
492, 250, 653 21,150, 242
9.196, 708
509, 308, 574
491, 975, 015 i 17, 333, 559
7, 854, 660
505,929, 775
489, 010, 855 \ 16, 918, 920
6, 673, 205
504, 290, 719
490,011,426 ; 14,279,293
5, 959, 343
503,212,854
488, 855, 275 14, 357, 579
6, 981,831
506, 512, 553
488, 319, 964 18,192, 589
7,185,217
507, 531, 887
491,911,985 15, 619, 902
6, 894, 375
506, 376, 982
493,828, 286 12. 548, 696
6,926,631
507,646,792
494, 897, 529 12, 749, 263
6, 593, 355
508,110,172
495, 323, 922 12, 786, 250
495, 387, 623 12, 840, 603
6, 070, 497
508, 228, 226
5 381 817 507 579 673 496 168 675 11 410 998
8,911,189
4,130,192
505, 059, 814
496,148, 625
2, 477, 571
499, 628, 449
491, 321, 161
8, 307, 288

2 4 . — U N I T E D STATES N O T E S , TREASURY NOTES, AND NATIONAL-BANK N O T E S
IN T H E TREASURY AT T H E E N D OF EACH MONTH, FRO.M J U N E , 1878.

United
States notes.

1878—June
July
August
September...
October
November . . .
December
1879—January
February
March..'
April
May
June
July
August
September...
October
Noveraber . . .
December
1880—January r
February




020,
105,
348,
049,
175,
655,
582,
024.
169,
829,
444.
550,
391,
791,
597,
173,
522,
973,
660,
299,
149,

Treasury
notes.

Nationalbauk notes.

$12, 789, 923
14,119,544
11, 772, 829
9,260, 764
6, 370, 449
8, 055, 844
8, 469,162
12, 374, 371
10, 233. 225
5, 542, 552
7, 762,196
14, 661, 786
8, 286, 701
7,188, 445
5,138, 655
4,321.302
3, 658,168
3, 208, 277
3, 242, 708
6, 885, 966
4, 242, 984

Total.

$84, 810, 044
91, 225, 403
90,121, 083
82, 310,104
80, 546, 055
81, 711, 248
78, 051, 667
83, 398, 902
91, 403,198
81, 372, 221
78, 207, 019
92, 212, 228
82, 678, 605
70, 979, 911
75, 736, 261
52, 49-1, 556
41.180, 735
33.181, 731
25, 903, 202
31,185, 528
30, 392,077

United States
notes held
against cer
tificates.

Net.

$46, 245, 000 $38, 565, 044
51,120, OOU 40, 105,403
47, 815, 000 42, 306, 083
39, 545, 000 42, 765,104
35, 660, 000 44, 886, 055
35, 070, 000 46, 641, 248
33,190, 000 44,861, 667
40, 445, 000 42, 953, 902.
36, 675, 000 54, 728,198
25,145, 000 56, 227, 221
30, 905. 000 47, 302. 019
25, 880, 000 66, 332, 228
29, 355, 000 53, 323, 605
40, 250, 000 30, 729, 911
34, 375, 000 41, 361, 261
29, 240, 000 23, 254, 556
-20,195, 000 20, 985, 735
13, 585. 000 19, 596, 731
10, 090, 000 15, 813, 202
12, 685, 000 18, 500, 528
11, 095, 000 19, 297, 077

49

TREASURER.

N o . 2 4 . — U N I T E D STATES N O T E S , T R E A S U R Y NOTES, AND*NATIONAL-BANK NOTES I N
THE TREASURY AT T H E EISTD O F EACH M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.

Month.

1880—March
April
May
June..
July
August...
September
October...,
November
Deceraber.
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
• December1883—January . .
February.
March
April.....
May
June
July
August...
September
October...
Noveraber
December.
1884—January . .
February.
March
April
May
June
July
August...
September
October...
November
December.
1885—January . .
February .
March
April
May
June
July
August...
September
October...
November
December.
1886—January . .
February.
March
April
May
June
July
Auguflt...
September
October...

Fi99-

United
States notes.
$24,080, 081
26, 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
30,204,092
29, 624, 910
29,320, 869
27,130,132
26, 281. 769
26, 401, 078
25,992, 800
28, 714, 394
29,701, 850
28, 371, 415
28, 627, 824
31, 938, 690
34, 670.589
34,969, 590
35,883, 941
31, 948,158
29, 689,196
30,591, 392
28, 454, 395
33, 592, 237
32, 744, 817
29,878, 561
30, 969, 623
33,471, 825
36, 498, 839
37, 632, 646
37,791,766
37,194. 420
37,113,037
39,874, 644
39, 644,249
42,156,189
45, 808, 632
45, 904, 652
45, 765, 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
48,926, 822
46,683, 288
46, 865, 690
50,417,109
45, 047, 379
48,418,997
55, 658, 656
51,129, 332
45, 695, 341
43,290, 643
41,731,200
47, 890, 389
47,197,292
42, 214,485
37,603, 774
,^40,244,098
41,118, 317
41, 044,142
46,774, 647
44, 224, 081
38,107,305

-4




Treasury
notes.

Nationalbank notes.

$3, 606,
5, 588,
8, 983,
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, 556,
5, 677,
7, 377,
5, 484,
4, 516,
6,180,
7,418,
6, 277,
8,428,
7, 287,
6, 828
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, 746,
12, 048,
7, 862,
9, 950,
7, 533,
8,809,
10, 529,
11, 614,
11, 078,
10,171,
10,525,
10, 329,
13, 880,
9, 774,
7, 312,
8,120,
9,806,
9,945
8, 081
7, 556,
6,196,
5, 438,
5, 775,
5,347,
9,951,
7,961
3, 392;
3,831,
4, 962,
4, 034,
3, 792,
2, 878,
2,104,
3,192,

Total.

$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, 345
34, 706, 491
35, 500, 474
35, 157, 618
33, 594, 410
31, 681, 5,32
31, 021, 316
30, 957, 383
31, 670 491
389
36, 092, 061
35 186 492
32, 887 033
34, 808 935
39, 356 836
40, 947, 001
43, 398 383
43 171 944
38, 776 248
36, 059, 502
36, 902 416
34 986, 528
44, 078, 344
39, 506, 696
34 077, 638
37 312 396
41, 833 901
44, 715 646
45 975, 568
43, 811 130
43 212 217
43 541 118
46 945 069
48, 600, 934
56 902 573
57, 857, 018
53 767 159
55 716 620
46 265 793
48, 993 326
53 257 622
52 457, 830
47, 603 827
44, 113, 317
42 726 569
46 829 117
57, 839, 963
58, 700 .228
53 996 350
54 986 196
60 223 090
54 993 127
56 500, 764
63 214 740
57 325 582
-51, 133 999
49 065 967
47, 078 446
57 841 62655 158 688
45 606 776
41 434 248
45, 206 733
45 152, 551
44 836 167
49 653, 845
328, 051

46,
41 300

United States]
notes held
against certificates.

Net.

1,000 $19, 366,445
sOOO 23,077, 329
1,000 27., 166,528
1,000 25, 875, 809
1,000 2(1, 261,919
',000
24, 780,755
>,000 20, 839, 053
i, 000 17,991 217
1,000 14, 827 566
1,000 13, 004;646
1,000 16, 894, 026
1,000 18,711, 496
.,000
19, 095;042
1,000 20, 660,345
,000
23, 846,491
1,000 23, 850,474
,000 24, 632, 618
,000
24,144, 410
,000
23, 576; 532
sOOO 22, 746, 316
', 000 21, 967 383
,000
22,130, 491
,000 24, 762, 389
,000
23,741, 061
,000
21,962, 492
,000
23, 818,033
,000
27, 291, 935
,000
27, 702,836
.,000
31,178, 001
, 000 31, 356,383
944
,000
28, 236, 248
,000
26, 224,502
,000
,000 27, 067, 416
25, 411, 528
,000
31, 648,344
,000
28, 376, 696
,000
24,612, 638
1,000
27, 262,396
,000
30, 043, 901
,000
31, 655, 646
,000
33, 090,568
,000
1,000 31,756, 130
31, 342, 217
,000
30, 996, 118
sOoo 32, 580, 069
1,000 34,120, 934
sOOO 40, 067, 573
i,000 39, 732, 018
,000 38, 812, 159
,000 40, 796,620
,000 35, 235, 793
,000
36, 803,326
,000
40, 092, 622
,000
38,187 830
,000
31, 973; 827
,000
26, 343, 317
,000
20,151 569
,000
22, 069, 117
i,000 27, 754, 963
^ooo 28, 500,228
27,786, 350
,000
,000 29,586, 196
,000 33, 298, 090
,000 25,408, 127
25, 080,764
^000
,000 32,349, 740
,000 34,140, 582
sOOO 32,988, 999
i, 000 31,510, 967
1,000 33, 288,446
1,000 43,251 626
^000 40, 238,688
, 000 33,681 776
,000 29,919, 248
,000 31,251 733
,000 26, 902,551
,000 25,731, 167
,000 38,458, 845
38, 623,051
,000
1,000 34,160,

50

REPORT ON THE FINANCES.

NOo 2 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 I N
THE TREASURY AT T H E E N D O F EACH M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.

Month.

United
States notes.

1886—November . . .
December
1887—January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September . . .
October
Novemher . . .
December
1888—Jauuary .
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
Septemher . . .
October
November . . .
December
1889—January
February
March
April
May
June
July
-August
Septemher . . .
October
Novemher . . .
December
1890—Janual-y
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September...
October
November . . .
December
1891—January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September...
October
Noveraber...
Decemher
1892—January
February
March
April
May
Juue
July
August
September...
October
November . . .
December
1893—January
February
March
April
May
June




573,
679,
003,
869,
294.
575;
757,
783,
093,
287,
145,
476,
153,
409,
660,
482,
085,
046,
158;
398.
030;
225,
358;
393,
562,
125,
36i;
220,
501
350,
940,
336;
939,
870,
445,
813,
959,
673
236,
823,
579,
004,
747,
634,
983,
393,
765,
263,
105,
005,
355,
676,
650,
496,
362,
966,
788,
984,
949,
127,
316,
913,
583,
549.
776,
F95
227,
866,
828,
132,
077
600,
908,
747,
986,
506,
887,
873,
658,
805,

Treasury
notes.

$2, 233,100
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, 366
2, 031, 045
5, 514. 681
9, 517, 659
II, 996, 788
11,726,920
10,323,314
• 3.660,414
3, 809, 869
5, 268, 551
5, 482, 485
2,043,810
1, 919,154
2,705,967
4, 019,143
5, 420, 240
6, 533, 367
10, 290. 675
10,684, 691
6, 528, 533

Nationalbank notes.

522,033
012,335
606, 322
072,561
558, 485
480, 653
927, 245
362, 585
142,105
354,726
938, 593
157,980
131, 864
919, 434
782, 203
355, 477
323, 787
942,194
702, 811
054, 221
218, 834
880,157
023, 307
167,954
381,456
068, 046
439,229
433,572
054,267
686, 890
703,087
158, 331
632, 535
590, 661
883, 721
211,415
251, 973
500,355
172, 760
339,314
937,196
942, 536
289, 295
351,767
766, 359
063, 228
620, 511
662, 638
416, 944
349,587
320.151
970,638
415,237
055, 760
189, 490
655,174
924, 947
822, 252
695. 080
738,795
841, 754
651.152
028, 889
792, 427
884,496
409, 486
071, 384
376,893
931,778
623, 311
701, 652
208,009
828, 486
043, 059
768,170
578,128
827, 111
085, 299
243, 455
982, 733

Total.

$39, 095, 221
32, 691, 661
37, 610, 004
36,941. 763
30, 853, 423
32,056.127
34, 684, 621
31,146, 382
31, 235, 845
31, 642, 265
27, 083, 805
26, 634, 047
26, 285, 084
27, 328. 859
36, 442, 672
39, 837, 564
38,409. 410
44, 988, 808
52,861,011
59,452, 425
63, 249, 574
64,105, 550
59, 382, 270
52, 561, 274
49, 944, 412
45,193,906
48, 800, 727
48,654, 083
42, 555,498
42,037, 027
48, 643, 474
50, 494, 416
51,571,901
53, 461, 596
40, 328, 979
35, 024, 916
29,210,995
20,174, 280
25,408, 984
24,163,179
18, 516, 853
19, 946, 947
24, 037, 094
27, 985, 957
28, 749,771
26, 690, 038
18, 348. 301
18, 407, 550
16, 561, 808
15, 548, 935
28, 377, 953
27, 926, 224
19, 237. 282
23,263,104
32.116, 827
38, 387,170
44. 023. 356
49, 744, 517
32, 690, 797
22.117, 608
20,134, 827
19, 595, 862
28,127, 273
38, 859, 414
38, 657, 338
38, 031, 561
43, 622. 412
43. 903, 483
44, 570, 385
41, 024, 458
37, 261,995
23, 852, 601
20, 655, 779
24,496, 502
38, 774,191
43, 504, 642
40,248.180
42, 249, 873
43, 586, 839
36, 316,599

United States
notes held
against cer
tificates.

Net.

$7,025,000 $32,070,221
6,510, 000 26,181,661
8, 720,000 28, 890. 004
8.180,000 28, 761. 763
7, 135. 000 23, 718,423
8, 350, 000 23, 706,127
8, 990, 000 25,694, 621
8, 770, 000 22, 376, 382
8,460, 000 22, 775, 845
7,130, 000 24,512,265
6, 535, 000 20, 548. 805
7, 215, 000 19,419, 047
6, 835, 000 19,450, 084
6, 985, 600 20, 343,859
10. 645, 000 25,797,672
11,215,000 28, 622,564
8, 915, 000 29, 494, 410
10, 555.000 34,433,808
12, 230, 000 40, 631, Oil
14,415, 000 45, 037,425
15, 205, 000 48, 044, 574
14,645,000 49,460, 550
12,730, 000 46, 652, 270
11,580,000 40, 981, 274
11, 360. 000 38, 584,412
10,250.000 34, 943, 906
13, 915, 000 34, 885, 727
15, 920, 000 32. 734, 083
14, 450, 000 28,105.498
14, 580, 000 27,457, 027
16,150, 000 32, 493,474
16, 735, 000 33, 759, 416
17,575, 000 33, 996, 901
16, 545, 000 36,916,596
15, 275, 000 25, 053, 979
12, 510, 000 22,514,916
10,140,000 19, 070, 995
9, 000, 000 11,174, 280
11, 630, 000 13, 778, 984
10,230, 000 13, 933,179
7, 660, 000 10, 856. 853
8, 795, 000 11,151, 947
9, 855, 000 14,182, 094
II, 830, 000 16,155, 957
11, 820,000 16. 929, 771
8, 820, 000 17, 870, 038
6, 990. 000 11, 358, 301
6, 910, 000 Il. 497, 550
6, 270, 000 10, 291, 808
6,810,000
8. 738, 935
11,360.000 17,017,953
12,270, 000 15, 656, 224
11,145, 000 8, 092, 282
14, 000, 000 9, 263,104
17,-750; 000 14, 366, 827
21, 365, 000 17, 022,170
27, 265, 000 16, 758. 356
28,455,000 21, 289, 517
17, 845, 000 14. 845, 797
10,765,000 11, 352, 608
9,765,000 10, 369,827
9, 265,000 10, 330. 862
16, 760, 000 11,367,273
29, 350. 000 9, 509, 414
29, 840, 000 8,817,338
30,210,000
7, 821, 561
33,730, 000 9, 892,412
29, 830, 000 14, 073, 483
•26,720,000 17,'850, 385
22,210,000 18. 814, 458
17, 290, 000 19.971,995
10, 550, 000 13, 302, 601
8,230, 000 12,425,779
7,100. 000 17, 396, 502
14, 450, 000 24, 324,191
19, 250, 000 24, 254. 642
16, 670, 000 23, 578,180
15, 810, 000 26, 409, 873
16, 955, 000 26,631, 839
11, 935, 000 24,381,599

51

TEEASUEEE.

N o . 2 4 . — U N I T E D STATES I I 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 TREASURY AT THE END OF EACH M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.

Month.

; Treasury
United
States notes.
notes.

1893—Julv
August
September . . .
October
November . . .
December
1894—January
February
March*.
April
Jjdav
June
July
August
September . . .
October
Noveraber . . .
Deceraber
1895—January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September...
October
November . . .
December
1896—January
Fehruary
March
April.
Mav
^ " • j

$22 286,612
15, 042, 956
14,452,110
24, 788, 988
35,412, 344
44,139, 202
47, 302,190
53, 070, 488
56, 089, 660
62, 237, 328
76, 090, 927
77, 908, 645
82,116, 791
82, 905, 913
79, 397, 535
66, 206, 311
69,770, 527
81,919,158
89, 681, 673
84, 692, 758
89, 745, 257
79, 287, 111
79,742, 984
81, 571, 560
75, 33l' 689
99,144', 263
106, 316, 600
107, 694, 736
111,768,519
115,825,143
100, 935,176
106, 222,443
114,392,534
109, 331, 635
121,118, 261
121, 229, 658
J u l ye . .
un
J
109,270,478
August
114,716,282
September...
97,133,716
Octoher
89, 730, 690
November . . .
71, 975, 533
December
85, 313, 258
1897—January
78,194, 780
February
85, 946,400
March
98,167, 376
April
98,942, 880
May...97,832, 313
J u n e . -..
98, 097,438
July
94, 291, 064
92, 248, 702
August
September...
94,885, 472
„ October
87, 684, 018
November . . .
84,498, 016
December
84, 200, 089
1898—January
72, 958, 606
February
82, 516, 830
March
' 79,375,429
April
.58, 632, 698
56, 478, 029
May.
June
60,108 687
July
68, 596, 829
August
74,285,435
September...
55, 020, 851
October......
40, 379, 396
November...
34, 944, 970
December
34, 265, 278
1899-January
37, 037, 858
February
38. 375, 618
March
36,161, 899
April
34, 623,611
May
35, 585, 592
36,133, 667
June
July
35,351, 022
August
36, 550, 595
September. .
31,726, 416




$4,512,210
4, 461,749
2, 494, 841
1,916,606
I 2, 683, 223
i I,194,884
i 2, 315, 506
: 11,962,418
11,583, 462
! 11,786,958
' 12, 605, 052
' 17, 722, 408
i 22,528,599
' 27,598,929
30,113,893
' 28,425,172
26,404,164
! 28,369,950
' 33,571,316
36,455,457
i 28,872,489
: 27,743,971
30,089,473
1 30,109, 692
' 31, 485* 899
I 35,058,618
< 36,630,854
'
26,565,611
; 24,322,958
; 22,044,511
27,103,095 .
' 30,644,730
: 32,352,314
1 32,148,255
1 33,304,774
; 34,465,919
34,394,748
: 35,478,756
, 36,040,233
i 39,269,516
1 41,529,379
; 35,645,059
j 35,664,898
32,003,659
1 26,886,470
1 24,442,653
29,140,874
1 30,962,083
, 32,350,393
1 29,526,968
! 21,518,217
7, 553, 325
! 3,116, 882
, 2,904, 344
4, 733, 614
' 6, 204, 850
3,905, 848
i 3,102, 310
; 1,754, 425
2, 541, 700
i 4,477, 727
: 4,339,626
1, 844, 997
1 I, 263, 500
! 1,411,798
: 1,580,539
1 1,988,527
1,306,821
i
878,579
;
959,239
;
923,498
1
912,488
1 • 921, 744
;
865,648
• 1, 210,105
.'

1

Nationalbank notes.

$3,620,150
3,157, 587
7, 815, 481
11, 566, 766
12, 808,547
12, 357, 628
14, 526, 887
12, 640, 479
10, 758, 809
8, 750,439
7, 520, 998
6,598,893
4,895, 465
5, 567,162
5,017,748
4, 970,188
4,169, 283
4, 759,972
6, 333,175
5,154, 293
4, 449,893
4, 959, 625
4, 899, 226
4, 643,489
5 642,488
7, 600, 591
6, 018, 775
6, 523, 602
6, 391, 746
7,063,137
10,409, 650
8,630, 538
7,110, 998
7,587,158
10, 002,385
10, 668, 620
11, 933, 422
13, 815, 370
12, 834, 494
12,981, 868
13,063,471
14, 278, 970
17, 328, 389
15,005,984
11,374, 958
8, 676, 050
7,109, 698
5, 030, 919
5, 688, 791
4, 517, 847
3, 814, 835
4,998,012
4, 678,007
5,186, 886
6,162, 923
3,417, 842
2,739, 491
2, 728, 961
3, 086,734
4, 770, 474
4,723,423
4,415, 724
3, 689, 265
4, 659,172
4, 675, 744
5, 480,141
5, 748, 207
3, 709, 359
2, 873,462
3, 919, 501
4, 029.191
3,518,277
3, 575, 093
3. 632, 408
3,640,442

Total:

United States
notes held
a g a i n s t certificates.

Net.

$30,418,972
$7, 855, 000 $22, 563,972
5,605, 000 17,057, 292
22, 662, 292
24,762, 432
8,2.00, 000 16, 562.432
38, 272, 360
22, 325, 000 15, 947, 360
50, 904,114
33, 205, 000 17, 699,114
57,691,714
39,045, 000 18, 646, 714
64,144, 583
44, 935, 000 19, 209, 583
77,673, 385
47, 805, 000 29, 868, 385
78, 431, 931
52, 720, 000 25, 711, 931
82,774,725
57, 270, 000 25, 504, 725
96, 216, 977
59, 250, 000 36, 966, 977
58, 935, 000 •43,294,946
102, 229, 946
61, 695, 000 47, 845. 855
109, 540, 855
116, 072, 004
58, 065, 000 58, 007,004
114, 529,176
55, 755, 000 58, 774,176
99, 601, 671
54,045,000 45, 556, 671
100, 343, 974
57,135, 000 43,208, 974
115, 049,080
47, 005, 000 68, 044, 080
129,586,164
37,625,000 91, 961,164
126, 302, 508
36, 925, 000 89, 377, 508
123, 067, 639
36, 825, 000 86, 242, 639
111, 990,707
37, 295, OOO 74, 695, 707
114,731,683
48,245, 000 66, 486, 683
116, 324, 741
55,405,000 60, 919, 741
56, 920, 000 55, 540, 076
112,460,076
76, 555,000 65, 248, 472
141, 803, 472
148, 966, 229
63,840,000 85,126, 229
140,783, 949
56.740,000 84, 043, 949
142, 483, 223
45; 935, 000 96, 548, 223
144, 932, 791
31, 605, 000 113, 327, 791
138,447,921 - 28, 925,000 109, 522, 921
145,497, 711
32, 825, 000 112, 672, 711
153, 855,846
34,460, 000 119, 395, 846
149, 067, 048
32, 930,000 116,137, 048
164,425, 420
33,430, 000 130, 995, 420
166, 364,197
31,840,000 134, 523,197
155, 598, 648
41, 540, 000 114, 058, 648
38, 395, 000 125, 615, 408
164,010,408
146, 008,443
34,305, 000 111,703,443
141, 982, 074
32, 465, 000 109, 517, 074
126,568,383
38,470, 000 88, 098, 383
135, 237, 287
50, 330, 000 8i, 907, 287
131,188, 067
65, 350, 000 65, 838, 067
132, 956, 043
76, 525, 000 56,431,043
136, 428, 804
74, 460, 000 61, 968, 804
132, 061, 583
69,905,000 62,156, 583
134, 082, 885
65, 785, 000 68, 297, 885
61,130, 000 72, 960, 440
134, 090, 440
62, 335, 000 69, 995, 248
132, 330, 248
126, 293, 517
63, 275, 000 63, 018, 517
120, 218, 524
52, 825, 000 67, 393, 524
100, 235, 355
48, 285, 000 51, 950, 355
92, 292, 905
48, 640, 000 43, 652, 905
92, 291, 319
43, 315, 000 48, 976, 319
83, 855,143
49,075, 000 34,780,143
92,139, 522
48,430, 000 43, 709, 522
86,020,768
37,900, 000 48,120, 768
64, 463, 969
26,915,000 37, 548, 969
61, 319,188
26, 540, 000 34,779,188
67,420,861
26, 045, 000 41, 375, 861
21,975,000 55, 822, 979
77,797,979
83, 040, 785
20, 280, 000 62, 760, 785
60, 555,113
17, 635, 000 42, 920,113
46,302, 068
20, 055, 000 26, 247, 068
41,032, 512
20,190, 000 20, 842, 512
41,325,958
20,465, 000 20, 860, 958
44,774,592
22,170, 000 22, 604, 592
43, 391, 798
23,105, 000 20, 286, 798
39, 913,940
22, 335, 000. 17, 578,940
39, 502, 351
21,265, 000 18, 237, 351
40, 538, 281
21,340, 000 19,198, 281
40, 564, 432
20,855, 000 19,709, 432
39,847, 859
19, 955, 000 19,892,859
41, 048, 651
19,170, 000 21,878. 651
36, 576, 963
15,870, 000 20, 706,963

52

R E P O R T ON T H E FINAISCES.

N o . 2 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 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-June
July
August
Septemher.
October
November .
December..
1879—January . . .
February..
March
April
May
June
July
August
September.
October
November .
December..
1880—January...
February..
March
April
May
June
July
August
Septeraber.
October
, Noveraber .
Deceraber.1881—January . . .
February . .
March
April
May
June
July
August
'
September .
October
November .
December..
1882—January . . .
February . .
March
April
June
July
August....
Septeraber.
October
Noveraber .
Deceraber..
1883—January . . .
February . .
March
April
May
June
July
August
September.
October
November .
December..
1884—January . -.
February . .
March
April
May
June
July
August
September.
October
Noveraber .
Deceraber..
1885—January . . .
Febraary..




Gold
Silver
certificates, certificates,
469,320
170, 420
794, 220
392, 920
901, 520
845,120
391,420
544, 020
400, 220
50, 740
62,140
33, 580
133, 880
43, 800
120, 000
67, 700
213, 400
183. 740
740, 960
61,100
327, 300
611, 500
173,800
39, 800
40, 700
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
8,300
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

$1, 455, 520
2, 647, 940
4,424, 600
1, 316, 470
2, 639, 560
1, 907, 460
2, 082, 770
2,170, 840
1, 976, 320
2, 074, 830
1, 779, 340
1,922, 820*
2, 052,470
2, 014, 680
1, 976, 960
3, 045,130
4, 531,479
5,173,188
4, 888, 658
5, 063, 456
4, 797, 314
5, 611, 914
5,428, 354
6, 322, 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, 733, 085
11, 522, 208
11, 988, 710
12, 055, 801
.11,181,088
II, 516,432
11, 559, 730
7,488, 900
• 7,089,880
6, 359, 910
7,462,130
8, 549, 470
8, 931, 930'
8, 872, 790
10, 509,160
11, 590, 620
1^, 361, 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, 305,940
15, 996,145
15, 542, 730
17, 276, 820
15, 568, 280
14, 244, 760
13, 806, 610
13,180, 890
13,179, 020
13, 890,100
20, 488, 585
20, 876, 250
19, 936, 620
23, 384, 680
25,265,980
26, 903, 230
26, 769,470
30,814,970
28,951.590
23, 302, 380
27, 337, 890
29, 951, 880

Currency
certificates.
$570, 000
460, 000
1,460, 000
I, 345, 000
180,000
2,120, 000
1, 510, 000
755, 000
9,425,000
2, 580, 000
1,140, 000
1,155, 000
1, 450, 000
590, 000
960, 000
1, 975, 000
2, 315, 000
685,000
425, 000
215,000
670,000
175, 000
175, 000
600, 000
360,000
590, 000
105, 000
90, 000
150, 000
75,000
25, 000
325, 000
240, 000
40, 000
275,000
215,000
175,000
210, 000
35, 000
55,000
50, 000
70, 000
105, 000
215, 000
125,000
265, 000
75, 000
510, 000
185,000
130,000
110, 000
10,000
10, 000
60, 000
210, 000
250, 000
•55, 000
15,000
315, 000
25, 000
90, 000
75, 000
75, 000
IOO, 000
80, 000
45,000
90,000
520, 000
105, 000
20, 000
195, 000
65, 000
150, 000
315, 000
85, 000
120, 000
160, 000
45, 000
380, 000

Total.
$21,494, 840
21, 278, 360
26, 678, 820
12, 054, 390
12, 721, 080
13, 872, 580
3, 984,190
3, 469, 860
II, 801, 540
4, 705, 570
2, 981, 480
3, 111, 400
3, 636, 350
2, 648, 480
3, 056, 960
5, 087, 830
7, 059, 879
.6. 041, 928
6, 054, 618
5, 339, 556
5, 794, 614
6, 398, 414
5, 777,154
6, 962, 531
6. 985, 401
6. 380, 931
5, 660, 621
6, 440, 369
7, 490, 519
8, .666, 414
9, 609, 919
10, 035, 663
11, 493, 543
11,115,985
11, 563, 608
12, 025, 030
12, 354, 201
11, 397, 788
11, 695, 232
11. 779, 330
7, 527, 600
7,153,180
6,409, 910
7, 540, 030
8,670,270
9, 146, 930
8, 998, 790
10, 776, 660
11, 673, 720
12, 872, 990
11, 885, 330
8, 494, 430
23, 087, 430
21, 713, 240
29, 520,^030
29,473, 950
37, 774, 820
38, 640, 550
41, 877, 680
32,189, 940
38,882,415
38,951,170
45,812,020
43, 123, 580
45, 572, 520
40, 941, 910
40, 707, 670
37, 012, 020
44, 580,170
56, 432, 835
65, 396, 645
59, 643, 400
50, 825, 700
51, 856, 810
56, 755,210
60, 631, 430
. 63,377,720
55, 772, 650
49,806,110
49, 682,040
70, 758,810

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N o . 2 5 . — G O L D CERTIFICATES, S I L V E R CERTIFICATES, AND CURRENCY C E R T I F I CATES IN TREASURY AT END O F EACH MONTH, FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.
Gold
Silver
Currency
certificates. certificates. certificates.

Month.
1885—March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
Noveraber
December
1886—January
February
March
April
May
June.
July
August
Septeraber
October
Noveraber
Deceraber
1887—January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
Septeraber
October
Noveraber
Deceraber
1888 —January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
Noveraber
Deceraber
1889—January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
Septeraber
October
November
December
1890—January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
1891-^January
February
March
April
May
J une
July
August
Septem ber
October
November




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$37, 689,990 $30,861
28, 625, 290 32,141
14, 371,350 35, 575;
13, 593; 410 38, 370,
17, 322, 320 40, 340,
42, 712,
16,606,230
22, 249,240 31,722,
31,115, 850 31, 906,
34, 492, 968 32, 034,
34, 350,479 31,164,
24,060, 709 33,978,
33,671,010
34, 837,
46,797,927
32, 410,
52,396, 875 31,141
51,735,670
30,411,
55,129, 870 27, 861,
52,258, 360 27,728;
48, 693, 980 25, 571
40, 654, 320 22, 555,
36, 878,458 17, 562,
34, 469, 694 14,137,
27, 485, 804 7, 338
18, 843, 632
6, 737
24, 256, 230
5, 466,
29, 757,610
6, 212,
28, 905, 040
5, 007.
32,101, 358
5, 289;
30,261,380
3, 425
18.098,560
4,
23. 008, 207 . 5,996,
3,919,
29.154, 288
3,451,
32, 858,158
4,413,
39,974, 838
31, 010, 394
6, 339
20, 668, 210 14, 930
26, 962,168 21,166,
29,651, 464 19, 370,
20, 853, 500 18, 316,
33, 574,110 20, 458,
22,135, 780 29,104
30,234, 688 23,361
36, 591, 356 15, 528,
25,516,410
9,819,
26,163,492
7,404,
37,441, 932
8, 834,
36,127, 702
3, 958,
25, 043, 518
4,717,
24,802,813
5, 717,
26, 586,125
4, 760,
20,783, 433
3,451
27, 350,140 o 6,20.5,
37, 235, 793
5, 527,
34, 669, 943
5,651
39, 557, 233
6,141
42, 073, 803
3, 878,
34, 925, 823
2,328,
30,668, 090
2,419,
31, 316,100
2, 252,
20,452, 870
3,254,
28, 222, 835
4, 063,
24,614, 210
3,407,
24,142, 200
4,438,
27,473,120
4, 936,
26.162, 960
4, 329,
27, 577,120
3, 442,
33,005, 730
4,951
16,058. 780
1, 852,
36,482, 690
2,443,
I, 976,
43, 755, 570
31,384, 690
1, 566,
19, 892, 050
3,218,
3, 346,
25.155, 770
3, 757,
24,050,460
3 •
'
27, 309, 200
36,777,810
5, 009,
31,606,030
7, 351
34,004, 820
8,198,
37,721, 280
6,624
28, 332, 490
2, 920,
20, 790, 420
2, 525,
19,202,170
3,401,

Total.

$1, 005, 000 $69,556, 605
60, 816, 430
50, 000
315, 000
50, 261, 940
200. 000
52,164,110
260,000
57,923, 300
695, 000
60, 014,120
695, 000
54, 667,230
410,000
63,432, 364
210,000
66, 737, 432
265,000
65, 779, 790
260,000
58, 299, 476
385,000
68, 893, 670
840, 000
80, 048, 502
225, 000
83, 762, 930
585,000
82, 731, 686
250,000
83, 241, 320
470,000
80, 457, 218
1,510,000
75,775,472
150, 000
63, 360, 310
54,460,760 '
20, 000
48, 886, 979
280, 000
200,000
35, 024. 236
100,000
25, 681, 020
250, 000
29, 972, 577
410, 000
36, 380, 459
160, 000
34, 072, 740
•410,000
37, 800,522
310, 000
33, 996, 513
350, 000
22, 658, 219
420, 000
29, 424,950
150, 000
33, 224,129
170, 000
36, 479, 652
320, 000
44,708,284
130,000
37,479, 964
280, 000
35, 878, 727
440, 000
48, 568, 637
650, 000
49, 671, 889
100, 000
39, 269, 609
470, 000
54,502, 533
250, 000
51, 490,176
100,000
53, 695, 974
90, 000
52, 210,118
580, 000
35, 916, 285
390,000 . 33,958,116
150,- 000
46, 426, 417
470', 000
40, 556, 269
29, 855, 631
95, 000
30,800, 711
280,000
510, 000
31, 856, 361
110,000
24. 345, 263
270, 000
33, 825, 229
240, 000
43,003,094
40. 351, 214
30,000
46,158, 803
460, 000
46, 721, 855
770; 000
350; 000
37, 604,196
610, 000
33,697, 264
570,000
34,139, 066
23, 796, 988
90, 000
32, 536,212
250,000
29,012,101
990, 000
28,720,805
140,000
32,749,143
. 340,000
450, 000
30, 942, 668
40, 000
31, 059, 378
410,000
38, 367, 591
180,000
18,091,144
38, 945, 887
20,'000
46, 052, 095
320,000
10,'000
32, 961, 005
140,000
23, 250, 838
28, 761, 985
260,000
28, 337, 707
530,000
30,888, 61.7
270,000
42, 097, 585
. 310,'000
40, 382, 067
1,425,000
42, 383,165
180,000
45, 076,168
730,1000
1,990,000
33, 242, 562
330, 000
23, 646,179
22,973,478
370,000

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N o . 2 5 . — G O L D CERTIFICATES, 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 TREASURY AT E N D O F EACH M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878—Coutinued.
Month.
1891—December.
1892—January..
February.
March
April
,
May
,
June
July
August —
September
October
November
December.
1893—January . .
February.
March
April
May
Juue
July
August...
Septeraber
October...
Noveraber
Deceraber.
1894—January . .
February .
March . . ; .
April
May
June
.July
August...
Septeraber
October—
Noveraber
Deceraber.
1895—January . .
February.
March
April
May
June
July
August—
Septeraber
October...
Noveraber
December.
1896— January . .
February.
March
April
May
June
July......
August...
September
October...
November
December.
1897—January..
February.
March
, April
May
June
'
July
August...
SeptemberOctober...
Noveraber
December.
1898—January..
February.
March
April
May
June
July
August...




Gold
Silver
Currency
certificates. certificates. certificates.
$17,472, 720 $3, 954,750
17,486, 810
6, 216, 336
18,150,140
3, 280,157
23, 673, 770
3, 589, 703
21, 931,180
3,209,106
14, 470, 520
3, 613, 837
15, 363, 590
4, 733,501
17,738, 500
4,472,481
2, 779,159
23, 847, 210
25, 345, 590
2, 619, 477
23,181, 990
2, 297, 772
19, 632, 830
2, 786, 471,
24, 254, 750
3, 748, 493
15, 729, 770
4, 953, 844
7, 782, 260
6,750, 372
5,135, 430
5, 267,551
8, 888, 310
5, 098, 778
3, 324, 670
6, 650, 912
1, 071,170
4, 468, 339
93, 710
2,843,114
2.882,168
565, 370
129, 220
5, 909, 370
115, 860
7, 727, 272
149, 090
5, 716, 507
75, 590
5, 038, 854
78, 350
6, 758,196
106, 490
6, 942, 257
137,310
8, 755, 240
102, 770
9, 367, 524
9,702, 545
41,650
. 43,490 10, 054,123
103, 470 12, 027, 766
34, 730 13, 492, 527
9,155, 785
55, 260
56, 280
6,569, 203
5, 312,420
751, 370
58, 960
5,846,720
337, 060
7, 329; 232
80,100
7, 291, 089
84,660
7, 374, 748
63, 640
7, 699, 233
102,390
6, 692, 333
9,162, 752
88, 390
219, 330 10, 577, 386
209, 820
7, 741, 243
103, 370
7, 862, 667
168, 230
8, 953, 268
107, 910
8, 471, 611
163,450
9, 625, 856
131,140
14, 380,165
651, 470
11,831,561
583, 220 11, 293, 078
764, 910 11, .578, 091
10,629, 424
687,280
11, 359, 995
497, 430
1, 393,710 12, 375, 833
1, 618, 550 11, 464, 610
I, 591, 900 10, 045, 030
1, 390, 830
8, 686, 382
1,416, 390 11, 591, 383
1, 392, 350 14, 227,704
1,460,160
11, 678, 971
1.501,970
9, 876, 003
1, 483, 350 12, 535. 351
I, 517, 690 13,777,565
1, 455, 340 11, 576, 696
I, 496, 250 17,143,136
I, 473, 290 14, 465, 854
I, 509, 380 11, 249,167
I, 535, 610 10, 532, 205
I, 534, 060 11,331,585
1, 548, 740 11, 664, 537
I, 570, 460 11,229,912
I, 567, 390 14, 959, 564
11, 621, 077
1,574,360
6, 859, 606
1, 607, 950
1, 603,150
3, 638. 930
6, 507. 239
1, 602,940
7,897,424
1,599,^510
9, 803, 068
1, 593, 470
1, 646,140
8,117,131

$200,000
90, 000
• 90,000
1, 380, 000
340,000
290, 000
490, 000
980, 000
560, 000
970, 000
560, 000
270, 000
490, 000
580, 000
510, 000
420, 000
140, 000
825, 000
430, 000
485, 000
60, 000
85, 000
100, 000
120, 000
40, 000
40,000
360, 000
140, 000
120,000
300, 000
260,000
720, 000
550,000
280, 000
850,000
1, 960, 000
3, 620, 000
430,000
740, 000
80, 000
190, 000
350, 000
120, 000
530, 000
3,675,000
275, 000
2, 800, 000
2, 845, 000
320, 000
245, 000
220, 000
365, 000
240, 000
150, 000
610, 000
830, 000
410,000
2, 595, 000
40,000
500, 000
165, 000
270, 000
610, 000
2, 035, 000
780, 000
620, 000
1,160, 000
375,000
1, 325, 000
340, 000
250, 000
1, 240, 000
70, 000
2, 230, 000
3, 330, 000
820, 000
60,000
560, 000
1,100,000
280, 000

Total.
$21, 627,470
23, 793,146
21, 520, 297
28, 643, 473
25. 480, 286
18, 374, 357
20, 587, 091
23,190, 981
27,186, 369
28, 935, 067
26, 039, 762
22, 689, 301
28, 493, 243
21, 263, 614
15,042, 632
10, 822. 981
14.127,088
10, 800, 582
5, 969, 509
3, 421. 824
3, 507, 538
6,123, 590
7, 943,132
5, 985, 597
5,154,444
6, 876, 546
7, 048, 747
9, 252, 550
9, 610, 294
9, 864,195
10, 397, 613
12,391,236
14, 247, 257
9, 761, 045
' 6,905,483
6, 913, 790
7, 865, 680
11, 286, 292
7, 801,189
8,199.408
7, 842, 873
6,984, 723
9, 601,142
10, 916, 716
8, 481, 063
11, 641, 037
9, 396,498
11, 379, 521
12, 634, 306
14,831,305
12, 728, 031
12, 096, 298
.12, 708, 001
11, 556, 704
12, 007,425
14, 379, 543
13, 913.160
12, 046, 930
12, 672, 212
13, 047, 773
16,120, 054
13, 304,131
11, 647, 973
14, 628, 701
17, 330, 255
13,812,030
19,259,386
17, 099,144
13,133,547
13,392,815
13, 205, 645
13, 463, 277
14, 040, 372
16, 596, 954
15, 425,437
11.797,556
6, 062, 080
8,170,179
10, 056,934
12, 496,538
10,043,271

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N o . 2 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 TREASURY AT E N D O F EACH M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878-r-Continued.
Gold
Silver
Currency
certificates, certificates, certiticates.

Month.

$1, 596,
1,601
1,620,
I, 608,
1, 630,
1, 625,
1,634,
1, 641,
1, 648,
1, 641,
i; 657,
13. 529,
36, 827,

1898—September
October...
November
December.
1899—January..
February.
March . 1..
April
May
June
July
August. -.
September
No.

636,769
575,929
345,^358
098,509
293,820
888,799
753,498
647,255
958, 862
216,161
939,109
646,159
043, 623

$820, 000
50, 000
450, 000
220,000
400,000
30,000
560, 000
60, 000
460, 000
470,000
IOO, 000
260,000
230, 000

Total.
$9, 053, 659
9,227, 169
8,415,758
8, 927, 249
9,323,880
7, 544, 689
5,947, 678
5, 349, 055
6, 067, 502
6, 327, 711
5, 696, 839
17,435, 589
42,101,183

2 6 . — A S S E T S O F T H E TREASURY, OTHER THAN GOLD, S I L V E R , N O T E S , AND
CERTIFICATES 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 . . .
September
October . . .
November.
December.
1879—January...
February..
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October . . .
November.
December .
1880—January...
February..
March
April.
May
J u n e .•
July
August...
September.
October . . .
November.
December .
1881-rJanuary...
February..
March
April
May
June
July
August . . .
September
October . . .
November.
December .
1882—tlanuary...
February .
March
April
May
June
July
August . . .
September
October . . .
November.
December.
1883—January...
February .




Fractional
Minor coin. currency.
261,714
338,133
398,587
410, 899
435, 035
440,493
393, 536
433, 983
451, 618
481, 023
502, 527
524, 684
541, 886
555,186
564, 427
521,174
472,264
431,478
376, 318
341,762
356, 628
326,229
298,435
246, 201
232,722
184, 661
145,038
063, 766
992, 029
934, 043
850, 856
802, 015
767, 383
727-, 772
725,138
717,042
786, 006
663, 940
611,856
556, 424
487,768
424, 210
395,375
409, 094
407, 715
412, 268
432, 005
451, 806
449, 072
466,116
482, 962
505, 331
492, 254
490, 925
494, 900
511, 424
532,865

$180, 044
188, 307
159,673
161. 082
150, 202
143, 367
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
69, 972
54, 981
62, 697
72, 667
59, 934
53,666
59,443
65, 559
61,165
52, 796
51,748
53,159
20,468
24, 311
22, 962
28, 515
31,587
18, 696
17, 253
16, 582
22,061
18,330
12, 025
17,754
19,482
10, 641
8,458
8,498
5,640
6,344
7,101
10,500

Deposits
in national
banks.

Bonds and
interest
paid.

$50, 583, 814
60, 645, 896
70,481,167
75, 661, 403
55, 539, 483
39, 260, 045
53, 205, 309
166, 351,141
249, 586,805
226, 681, 802
260,793, 980
279, 544, 645
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, 957, 342
II,803, 965
12,445,776
12, 650, 049
11,788,888
13, 292, 918
12,211, 613
13, 412, 848
I3,209r524
12, 789, 554
13,268, 098
11, 861,169
13,090, 913
12,026, 315
12, 388, 665
13,890,135
11, 258, 965
12, 726,473
12, 861,245
12, 841, 900
12, 709, 660
12, 622, 797
13.736,100
12, 969, 633
14, 671, 846

$4,979,188
1, 429, 085
560, 281
637, 645
4, 225, 731
13, 808, 644
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
3, 514,280
3, 313, 750
406, 989
3, 045,707
2, 904, 219^
1, 255, 314
2,642,-730
434,566
7,570,179
609, 349
5,742, 269
3,467, 072
438, 535
3, 317, 392
7, 296,189
5,>880, 578
255, 208
2,312, 894
495, 390
1, 741, 671
8,193, 526
1,134, 800
417, 451
262, 945
543,761
307, 314
116, 760
708,402
624,927
6, 817,147
13,325,822
30,113,952
29,023,643
19,357, 309
296, 367

Total.

$57, 004, 760
63,601,421
72, 599, 708
77, 871, 029
61, 350,451
54, 652, 549
71, 696,807
177, 274,484
256, 467, 745
230, 605, 004
264, 442, 687
287, 600,153
206, 449, 599
99, 675, 688
38, 475, 525
1 , 220, 702
914, 333, 305
13, 018, 537
20, 020,178
12, 703, 861
15, 259, 949
18, 058. 710
14, 952,119
15, 959, 558
12, 831, 848
14,051,291
15, 974. 037
14,508,793
15, 925, 000
13, 098, 743
21, 376, 308
12, 616, 655
18, 532, 553
16, 059, 974
13,662,245
16, 736, 231
19, 924, 242
19,857, 904
13,102, 988
16, 305,128
14,221,197
14, 987, 022
21, 875, 695
13,422, 316
13. 932, 661
12, 723, 589
13, 382, 761
14, 661, 280
11, 842, 551
13, 920, 473
13,979, 775
20,172, 836
26, 536, 234
43,-233, 314
43, 260. 987
32, 845,467
15,511,578

56
No.

R E P O R T ON T H E FINANCES.
2 6 . — A S S E T S O F T H E TREASURY OTHER THAN GOLD, S I L V E R , N O T E S , AND
CERTIFICATES AT T H E E N D O F EACH M O N T H , . F R O M J U N E , 1878—Continued.

Month.

Minor coin.

Fractional

;
1883—March
April
May
June
July
August . . .
Septeraber
October . . .
Noveraber.
Deceraber .
1884—January...
February .
March
April
May
June
July
August . . .
September
October . . .
November.
December.
1885—January...
February .
March
April......
May
June
July
August . . .
September
October . . .
November.
December.
1886—January...
February .
March
April
May
June
July
August . . .
September
October . . .
Novemher.
December.
1887—January...
February .
March
April
May
June
July.......
August . . .
Septeraber.
October . . .
Noveraber.
Deceraber .
1888—January...
February .
March
April
May
June
July
August . . .
Septeraber
October...
November.
December.
1889—Jauuary...
February .
March
April
May
June
July
August . . .
September
October..,




$505,986
528, 266
557,325
574,171
517, 038
519, 694
520, 700
518,754
523, 033
534,306
583,/896
634, 300
685, 393
726, 924
778, 670
768, 989
810, 301
837,036
827, 723
812, 818
790,100
738, 518
797, 888
834,078
876, 052
893, 548
896,116
868,466
857,072
847, 054
796, 852
719, 831
616,171
526, 845
531, 949
531, 326
515, 344
496, 392
455, 453
377, 814
343, 292
322.662
295, 294
235, 421
163, 585
131, 422
106, 903
113, 243
151, 059
137, 582
143,571
116, 699
112, 740
IIO, 800
110, 611
51, 401
50, 270
55, 761
113, 617
165, 857
186,549
148,160
143, 389
112, 036
133,754
130, 447
107,125
90, 415
71,131
78, 338
143,168
186, 249
229, 229
223,907
210, 422
225, 075
245, 556
264, 420
233,497
154.730

$6, 796
8,176
5,861
4,658
5,669
8,448
5,804
4,576
5,874
6,222
3,455
4,719
6,007
5,979
6,380
. 7,027
6,064
6,618
7,105
5,071
3,860
4,393
3,182
3,757
3^478
3,536
3,629
3,286
1,367
2,075
2,502
2,305
1,631
2,923
5,127
1,189
2,780
994
1,992
2,667
2,645
3,064
3,517
4,058
4,201
5,377
3,500
3,516
2,210
2,922
2,064
2,366
1,821
552
452
1,373
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

Deposits
in national
banks.

Bonds and
. interest
paid.

Total.

$13,535,801 $4,463, 202 $18, 511, 785
14,781, 996
336, 863
15, 655, 301
15,436, 253
14, 641, 539
231, 528
14, 536,551
90, 615
15, 205, 995
14,220,132
388, 083
15,130, 922
225, 288
14,123, 297
13, 369, 867
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
428,646
14, 742, 459
13, 375, 510
14,182, 913
168, 384
12, 866,701
248,979
13, 807, 080
12, 048, 744
408,100
13,189,747
13, 832, 997
326, 222
14,944,269
12,81.7,761
66, 883
13, 660, 660
13, 970,421
211, 934
14, 998, 720
13, 578, 469
114,098
14, 536, 221
12, 499, 929
182, 334
13, 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
13,491,186
462,186
14,754, 442
13, 665, .573
259. 326
14, 762. 734
13, 740, 036
12, 809,219
51, 287
13, 951, 289
367, 720
15, 216, 093
13,643,443
57, 518
14, 600, 706
12, 928, 264
968,840
14, 768, 856
13, 482, 823
277, 205
14, 618, 467
13, 495, 245
83,470
14,427,844
12, 050,716
88,119
12, 938,189
13, 595, 551
104. 456
14, 422,143
13, 595, 238
40, 259
14, 253, 299
12, 901,432
103, 882
13, 535, 082
14,162,918
90, 089
14, 790, 083
14, 813, 523
129, 335
15,475, 373
13, 834,132
72,114
14,424, 370
15,129, 286
209,834
15, 836. 506
15, 233,164
61, 549
15, 752,158
14, 435,199 3, 837,126
18, 652, 806
15, 694, 215
335, 317
16, 375, 469
15, 439, 905
94,838
15,860,469
14, 413, 253
91,145
14, 803, 209
16, 266, 639
219, 207
16,725,325
16, 720,818 I, 973,292
18, 861, 896
18,133, 923 6,097, 831
24, 368, 553
19, 053, 660
2.54, 869
19, 418, 932
19, 726, 598
109, 049 . 19, 952, 406
19, 919, 718
20,156, 995
84, 008
20, 747, 365
260, 412
21,148, 281
22, 802, 573 56,172
23,004,380
22, 991, 302 5, 363, 227
28, 473, 594
23, 493, 267
460, 818
24, 068, 646
25,923,903
27, 846, 449
1,811,194
25,438,630
6, 802, 411 32, 352,104
31, 767, 478 1, 312, 866 33,133,118
42,428, 671 1,158. 348
43, 639, 069
4, 505, 746
56, 762, 221
52,199,918
59, 372, 968
275,407
59, 763, 008
61, 546, 009
33, 860
61, 747,047
61, 231,647
64, 634
61, 483, 814
61, 921, 294
62, 218, 761
148, 353
60, 075, 601
46, 560
60, 266, 996
59, 979, 040
184, 027
60, 276, 461
59, 681, 642
60, 075, 280
258,169
59, 091, 239
89, 842
59, 312, 237
57, 317, 385 1, 937,420
59, 363, 740
54, 480, 280 I, 970, 558
56, 541, 669
51, 925, 079
534; 459
52, 532,150
52, 390,164
286, 519
52, 755, 501
50,499,122
296, 260
50, 939, 429
48, 818, 992
556, 761
49, 563, 211
47, 832, 248
80, 634
48,142, 819
48, 669, 815
283, 840
49,178, 348
47,769,434
48, 329, 353
348,870
47,432, 377
698, 407
48, 356, 846
48, 930,764
259, 523
49,437, 271
48, 342, 006 1, 000, 389
49, 607, 731
47, 746, 882
947, 982
48, 930, 052
368,283
47, 395,479
47,920,373

57

TEEASUREE.

N o . 26.—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 , AND
CERTIFICATES AT T H E E N D O F E A C H M O N T H , FROM. J U N E , 1878—pontinued.

Month.

1889—November.
December .
1890—January...
February.,
March
April
May
,
June
,
July
August . . .
September.
October . . .
Noveraber.
Deceraber.
1891—January...
.February .
March
April
May
June
July
August . . .
September
October . . .
Noveraber.
December.
1892—January...
February .
March
April
May
June
July
August . . .
September.
October . . .
Noveraber.
Deceraber.
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.
Deceraber.
1896—January...
February..
March
April
May
June




M i n o r coin. Fractional
curreucy.
$102, 397 i
83, 775
177,396
212,560
233, 254
222,984
206, 773
196,782 i
206, 894
219,372
204, 547
176,596
150, 013
163, 887
275, 973
345, 454
344,848
338, 099
314,560
324, 396
366, 960
368, 036
364. 597
354,112
322, 389
319, 483
365, 784
432, 488
457, 539
480, 226
474,732
460, 993
516,617
554,019
505, 633
482, 329
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
I, 266, 659
1, 252,878
1,251, 629
1,262,122
1, 363,124
1, 423,439
1, 389, 490
I, 250, 729
1,169, 875
1,103,443
1, 200, 446
1,245,306
1, 209, 435
1, 242, 261
1,124, 339
1,118, 923
1,181,134
1, 231, 973
1, 235, 498
1,123, 511
1, 029, 515
1, 048, 616
1, 081,129
1,162,765
1,147, 719
1 184, 625
1,181,593
1, 235, 506

$661
999
1,337
~ 121
220
697
871
260
934
1,177
599
191
151
1,429
655
817
1,416
424
678
911
996
1,628
871
54
1, 814
178
1,365
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
203
65
27
57
34
49
49
753
39
41
, 44
'
1,344
1,771
607
982
1,150
1,333
725
1,268
113
642
979
1,248
1,712
162
137

Deposits
in national
banks.
$47,372:668
40, 939, 852
37,990, 111
33,178, 304
31, 992, 314
31,648,899
31,225, 998
31,693,166
30, 977, 438
30, 379, 853
30,297,111
29,937,688
29,741,977
30, 047,118
29,289, 043
30,125, 535
29, 894, 903
29, 549,449
29, 545, 361
28, 358, 699
26, 540, 839
22,769,179
21,137,977
20, 378,104
20,144,069
19, 837, 682
18,944,387
18, 239, 292
17,500,750
17, 378, 363
17,605, 429
16,851, 886
16, 243, 518
15,742, 324
15,496, 513
15, 862, 415
15, 569, 690
15, 692, 654
15, 405,998
15,112, 204
15,163,808
15, 365, 529
15,644,582
16, 093, 221
15, 776, 662
16, 848, 301
16, 280, 076
16,458, 341
15,799, 334
15 201, 045
15, 390, 396
14,926, 460
15, 064, 697
15, 201, 386
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
26 698, 591
20 952, 972
16,857,355

Bonds and
interest
pai(J.

Total.

$601, 319 $48,077,045
561,^ 608
41, 586, 234
341,109
38, 509,953
642, 725
34, 033, 710
87,091
32, 312,879
903,922
32,776, 502
31,468,070
34,428
25,816
31,916, 024
1, 612. 824
32, 798, 090
35,137, 010
4,536,6u8
4,270,478
34,772, 735
3,195,124
33, 309, 599
45,556
29,937,697
27, 319
30, 239, 753
246, 733
29, 812,404
49,014
30, 520, 820
30,826
30, 271, 993
86,219
29, 974,191
46,244
29,906,843
16,1413
28, 700, 419
228,1314
27,137,109
54,309
23,193,152
95,289
21, 598,734
142,492
20, 874, 762
38, 640
20, 506, 912
96,666
20, 254, 009
716,456
20, 027, 992
262,533
18, 934, 905
• 827,192 • 18, 786, 732
3,616,043
21,476, 057
265, 584
18, 347, 226
23,210
17, 336, 589
133,263
16,894,155
59,833
16, 357, 286
273, 591
16, 275, 838
91, 723
16,436,536
118,098
16, 035,118
13, 646
16, 061, 920
111, 337
15, 975. 811
43,346
15,681,504
244, 520
15, 954, 641
154, 286
16,095,105
22, 881
16,254, 388
5,233, 037
21, 930,590
575,046
17, 044, 003
17, 685,476
78, 856
72, 524
17, 213, 277
3,073, 553
20,421,870
492, 849
17, 220, 993
14,105
16,154, 235
190, 596
16, 688, 354
168, 075
16, 320, 829
16,538, 984
207,511
386, 271
16, 840, 719
203, 395
16, 939, 322
11,488
17,395, 264
189, 280
17, 466,156
182, 753
17, 330, 897
116,164
16,365,597
239, 765
16, 406, 248
160, 952
16,729, 474
12, 248
16,197, 719
126,492
16,156, 715
65, 788
16,534,018
23, 053
16, 224,165
109, 538
16, 797, 028
54, 234
16, 483, 721
14,649
16, 903,120
237, 637
15, 920, 824
74, 412
15, 817, 540
36, 793
16, 047,106
132, 255
15, 513,186.
86,169
15,525,261.
32, 079
15,352, 088
273,750
16,159, 325
66, 329
25, 624, 630
40, 388
28,200,349
107, 005
27, 991,933
143,139
22,277, 866
21, 938
18,114,936

58
No.

REPORT ON THE FINANCES.
2 6 . — 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 , N O T E S , AND
CERTIFICATES AT T H E E N D O F EACH MONTH, FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.

Fractional
Minor coin. currency.

Month.

1896—July
,
August . . .
September
October . . .
November.
December .
1897—January...
February.,
March
April
May
June
July
August . . .
^September
October . . .
November.
December .
1898—January...
February.,
March . . . .
April
May
June
July
August . . .
September
October . . .
Noveraber.
December.
1899-^anuary . .
February .
March . . . .
April
May
June
July
August . . .
September

$1,159, 562
1, 203, 848
1, 219, 592
I, 214, 914
1,130, 896
1,105, 465
1,187, 617
I, 265, 772
1, 225, 952
I, 272,482
1, 319, 039
1,339,958
1,405, 745
I, 315,110
1, 228, 852
1, 219, 016
1,090,184
086, 589
1,165, 758
1, 255, 021
1,298,'000
I, 353, 643
1,400, 640
I, 300, 224
1,303,796
I, 205, 793
998, 719
835, 925
589, 514
337, 755
597, 032
563, 632
445, 061
377, 926
314, 329
244,104
237,162
196,738
154,754

$1,110
21
36
844
980
1,224
1,800
82
1,078
1,295
1,579
694
848
148
1,270
1,508
169
165
930
1,024
•31
809
1,054
37
1,143
23
751
952
1,114
1,517
35
47
31
976
57
67
69
58
73

Deposits
in national
banks.

Bonds and
interest
paid.

$15, 986, 914 $115, 599
16, 619, 915
168,493
16,583, 237
368, 380
16,119, 097
304, 507
15,832,895
173,102
16,159,153
20, 803
16, 573, 729
175, 095
16,456, 041
146, 962
16, 623, 397 ' 40,812
111, 577
16, 710,465
56, 836
16,752,102
197, 010
17, 631, 291
17. 215,101
132.129
16, 661, 579
138, 815
17,438, 713
45,047
17,159, 616
109,616
37, 744, 217
72, 681
29, 288
49.182, 717
79, 886
40, 091, 626
45, 451
31,782, 507
26, 200
31, 320, 043
103,479
29, 049,465
166,645
28, 239, 359
37,926
38,795, 631
58, 266, 018
186.130
65,968, 467
107, 919
638, 543
80, 888, 712
714,466
95, 014,970
202,472
94,641,001
94,860, 916
35, 668
88, 985, 327
83,327
85,144, 619
82, 823
88, 540, 739
31,301
132,568
85.170, 595
75, 016
81, 760, 279
31,189
79.171, 929
86, 445
77, 716, 442
240, 618
80, 951, 454
593, 522
83.183, 764

Total.
$17, 263,185
17, 992, 277
18,171, 245
17, 639, 362
17,137, 873
17, 286, 645
17, 938, 241
17, 868, 857
17, 891, 239
18, 095, 819
18,129, 556
19,168, 953
18,753, 823
18,115, 652
18, 713, 882
18,489, 756
38, 907, 251
50, 298,759
41, 338, 200
33,084, 003
32, 644, 274
30, 507, 396
29, 807, 098
40,133. 818
59, 757, 087
67, 282, 202
82, 526, 725
96, 566, 313
95, 434,101
95, 235, 856
89, 665, 721
85, 791,121
89, 017,132
85, 682, 065
82,149, 681
79,447, 289
78, 040,118
81, 388, 868
83, 932,113

N o . 2 f o—ASSETS OF T H E 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.

Gold.

Month.
1878 J u n e
July
August
Septeraber
October
November
Decerahea
1879—January
February
March
April
May
July
August
September
October
November
December
1880—January
February
March
May
. .
June
July
August
September
October
November

Silver.

Notes.

Certificates.

Other.

$128,460,203 $21, 920,334 $84,810,044 $21, 494, 840 $57, 004, 760
24, 295, 663
21, 278, 360
63,601,421
132, 014, 620
91, 225, 403
26, 678, 820
90,121, 083
72, 599, 708
26, 753, 730
134, 548, 036
12, 054, 390
77, 871, 029
136,036, 302
27, 933,142
82, 310,104
28, 072, 745
80, 546, 055
12, 721, 080
61, 350, 451
. . . 140, 872,154
142,400,135
31, 012, 544
81,711,248
13, 872, 580
54, 652, 549
32,176, 095
78,051,667'
3,984,190
71, 696, 807
135, 382, 640
34,365,796, 83, 398,902
3,469, 860 177, 274,484
133, 756, 907
35,621,661. .91,403,198
133, 265, 559
11, 801, 540 256, 467, 745
133,416,126
36, 675, 340
4, 705, 570 230, 605, 004
81, 372,221
134,520,140
78, 207, 019
2, 981, 480 264, 442, 687
37, 265, 549
38, 667, 290
3, 111, 400 '287, 600,153
136, 680, 260
92, 212, 228
42,143, 318
3, 636, 350 206, 449, 599
135, 236,475
82, 678, 605
46, 995, 791
2, 648,480
99, 675, 688
135, 517,483
70, 979, 911
50, 819, 800
75, 736, 261
3, 056, 960
38, 475, 525
141, 546, 390
52,494, 556
19,220,702
5, 087, 830
169, 606, 995
52, 931, 683
7, 059, 879
171, 517, 714
14,333.305
53, 615, 845
41.180, 735
160,443, 437
55,594, 783
6, 041, 928
13, 018, 537
33.181, 731
157, 790, 322
56, 542,114
6, 054, 618
20, 020,178
25, 903, 202
153, 690,027
60, 054, 457
5, 339, 556
12, 703, 861
31,185, 528
146, 750, 758
62, 676, 711
15,259,949
30, 392, 077
5, 794, 614
144, 010, ,551
64,856, 996
18, 058, 710
27, 686, 445
6, 398,414
138, 783, 440
68,186, 677
32, 062, 329
5, 777,154
14, 952,119
128, 709, 496
71, 208, 870
39, 816, 528
6, 962, 531
15, 959, 558
126,145, 427
73, 900, 333
40,110, 809
6, 985, 401
12, 831, 848
123,126, 646
41, 336, 919
6, 380, 931
14, 051, 291
77, 250,153
127, 679, 280
35, 985, 755
79, 028, 293
5, 660, 621
15, 974, 037
135, 244, 833
30, 724, 053
6, 440, 369
14,508,793
78, 012, 360
140, 725, 953
15, 925, 000
7, 490, 519
26, 616, 217
77, 757, 316
151, 362, 519
13,098,743
23, 277, 566
8, 666, 414
78, 306, 373




Total.
$313, 690,181
332, 415, 467
350, 701, 377
336, 204, 967
323, 562, 485
323, 649, 056
321, 291, 399
432, 265, 949
528,559,703
486, 774, 261
517, 416, 875
558, 271, 331
470,144, 347
355, 817, 353
309, 634, 936
299, 341, 766
287, 707, 478
268, 280, 416
266, 310, 434
262, 973. 429
260, 874,109
26L011,116
259,761,719
262, 656, 983
259,973, 818
262,145, 940
264, 327, 986
264, 930, 408
. 268, 515, 005
274,711, 615

59

TREASURER.

No.

2 "y.—ASSETS O F THE TREASURY AT T H E E N D O F EACH M O N T H , FROM J U N E ,

1878—Continued.
Month.

1880—December.,
1881—January . . .
February .
March . 1 . .
April
May
June.......
July
August...
Septeinber
October...
Noveraber ,
December.,
1882—Jauuary . . ,
February.,
March
April
,
May
,
June
July
August...
September
October...
November
Deceraber.
1883—January . .
Februa'ry.
March .."..
April
May
June
July.
August...
September
October...
November
Decem.ber.
1884—Jauuary..
February.,
March.."..
April
May
Julie
July
August...
September
October...
Noveraber
Deceraber.
1885—January . .
February.
March
April
May
June
July
August...
September
October..Novemher
Deceraber.
1886—January..
February .
March
April
May
Juiie
July
August. - .
September
October...
November
Deceraber.
1887—January . .
February.
March . . ' . .
April
MRJ
-•.
Juue
July

Gold.
$156, 742, 096
154, 544, 209
173,038,253
173,668,163
170, 319, 754
163, 770,159
163.171, 661
154, 911, 475
169,495, 522
174, 361, 345
172, 989, 829
178, 225. 304
172, 617,468
165,152, 789
173, 757,874
166,457, 357
155, 069,102
153,985,546
148, 506, 390
145, 079, 030
149, 303, 921
152.739.107
159,805,743
164, 267, 584
171, 504,568
173,317,835
177, 661, 631
184,752,714
187,837, 442
193, 310, 043
198, 078, 568
202, 774, 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, 876, 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
243,162,195
244, 363, 543
247, 028, 625
249, 367, 596
250, 257,418
251, 251,114
251,359,349
251, 945, 578
253, 351, 410
251,371,561
24.9, 801, 088
242.155.108
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




Silver.
$79,142,799
82,430,214
84,108, 82P
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
104,815,006
109, 806, 926
112,273,273
116,155, 630
118, 433, 355
119, 811,125
121, 887, 353
122,998, 354
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
146,834.468
146, 445, 444
147, 685, 239
149. 362, 859
151,207, 884
156,163,596
160,233,219
162, 916, 482
164, 623, 388
166, 627,117
169,217,134
172,093, 215
174, 998,145
176,467, 353
170, 919, 979
178, 667, 207
180, 413, 276
185,146, 841
187,796, 973
191,21*8, 302
194, 427, 270
198, 037, 364
200, 688, 897
195, 799, 805
195, 344, 698
193, 041, 738
190, 623,414
197, 072, 283
197, 311, 662
201,756,162
203,229,912
205,794,727
207, 349, 507
209,112, 084
213, 250,446
213,894, 619
212, 995, 389
211,920,732
213, 039, 516
214, 811. 388
218,906,550
225,164, 347
229, 295; 415
236,913,-438
242, 814, 260
245, 980, 939
249, 378, 899
250, 498, 671

Notes.

I
Certificates.

$9, 609,
984,646
524, 026
10, 035;
351, 496 11,493,
660,042
11,115;
915, 345 11,563
706,491
12, 025,
500, 474 12, 354
157, 618 11, 397,
594, 410 11, 695
681,532
11,779,
021, 316
7, 527,
957,383
7,153,
6,409,
670.491
092,389
7, 540,
186,061
8, 670,
887.492
9,146,
808, 033
8,998,
356, 935 10, 776,
947, 836 11, 673,
398, 001 12,872,
171,383
II, 885
776, 944
8,494,
059, 248 23, 087,
902, 502 21,713,
986, 416 29, 520,
078,528
29,473,
506, 344 37,774,
077,696
38, 640,
312, 638 41,877,
833,396
32,189,
715,901
38, 882,
975, 646 38, 951,
811, 568 45,812,
212,130
43,123,
541, 217 45, 572,
945,118
40,941,
600, 069 40, 707,
902, 934 37, 012,
857,573
44, 580,
767, 018 56,432,
716,159
65, 396;
265,620
993, 793 59, 643,
50,825,
257,326
51, 856,
457,622
56,755,
603,830
60,631
113, 827 63, 377,
726, 317 55,772,
829, 569 49, 806,
839,117
49, 682,
700,963
70, 758,
996,228
986, 3.50 69, 556,
60, 816
223,196
50,261
993,090
52,164;
500,127
214-, 764 57, 923,
325, 740 60, 014,
54, 667,
133,582
065, 999 63, 432;
078, 967 - 66, 737,
841, 446 65, 779,
58, 299,
158, 626 68,893,
606, 688 80, 048,
434,776
83, 762,
206, 248 82, 731
152,733
83, 24i;
836, 551 80, 457
653,167
75, 775
328, 845 63, 360,
300,051
54,460,
095,221
48, 886,
691, 661
35, 024,
610, 004 25,
941, 763 29, 972,
853, 423 36, 380,
056,127
34,072
684, 621 37, 800,
146, 382 33, 996,
235, 845 22, 658,

Other.

Total.

$21,^376, 308 $286, 855, 768
12, 616, 655 285,150, 767
532,553
313, 524, 671
059,974
311,981 984
662, 245 312, 862, 974
736,231
318, 055. 334
924, 242 324, 052; 946
857,904. 315,82i 852
102, 98'8 323, 612, 166
305,128
329,165, 301
221,197
321, 745; 583
987, 022 328, 347, 303
875,695
331, 734 972
422, 316 324,455 907
932, 661 336, 361 872
723,589
331, 022 294
382,761 .324, 531 959
661, 280 334, 936,051
842, 551 331, 403,852
920, 473 335, 081,619
979,775
340, 227 762
172, 836 343,181 671
536, 234 368, 665,567
233, 314 389, 370,986
260, 987 404, 278,728
845,467
408,143, 952
511,578
511, 785 402,197 207
655, 301 411, 274,511
436, 253 420, 596,788
205, 995 424,129, 023
130, 922 441,765. 115
448, 433,605
123,297
454, 754,328
576.392
452, 488,089
860,399
431, 615 459, 089,315
467, 814,830
253,448
742, 459 473, 783,810
486. 634,365
182, ^13
807, 080 498,735, 508
189, 747 497, 994,922
495, 251,565
944,269
488, 612,794
487, 573.881
998,720
502,745, 622
536, 221 513, 230,855
517, 091 516,123, 746
948, 224 523,896, 110
502, 269 523,057, 804
180,602
526,205, 409
754,442
544, 590,415
762,734
572, 049,323
740, 036 569, 951.968
216,093
568, 608,338
600, 706 567,486, 749
768,856
569, 643,578
618.467
574, 209,295
427, 8 ^
583, 258,844
938,18'9
569, 224,Oil
422,143
570,970, 852
253.299
579,074 591
535.082
577, 056,911
790.083
584, 058,728
475,373
592, 558,669
424,370
588, 029,455
836, 506 588, 964,252
752,158
589, 226,910
652, 806 593,135, 429
375,469
589,215, 379
860, 469 589, 7.15,133
803,209
579, 022,114
725, 325 572,357, 800
861, 896 576,106, 337
368, 553 579,119, 019
418,932
582, 014,771
952,406
591, 250,788
156, 995 600, 290,178
148, 281 605,428, 324
004,380
619,105, 213
473, 594 621,096, 494
068, 646 609,757, 798

60
No.

REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.
2 7 . — A S S E T S O F T H E TREASURY AT T H E END OF EACH M O N T H , FROM J U N E ,

1878^Continued.
Month.
1887—August
Septeraber
October
Noveraber
Deceraber
1888—January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
Noveraber
December
1889—January
February
March.'.
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
1890—J anuary
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
1891—January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
Septeraber
October
November
December
1892—January . . .
Fehruary
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
1893—January
February
March
April
May
June..:
July
August
Septeraber
October
Noveraber
December
1894—January
February
March

Gold.
$282, 039,534
290, 702, 630
302, 544, 605
302, 661, 279
305, 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
303, 504, 319
300, 759, 573
304 048,189
305; 871,772
308, 509. 615
310, 979,791
313, 818,941
316, 043, 454
318, 593,752
320, 225, 794
320, 878,411
321 333,253
321, 612, 424
316, 536, 823
310, 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
240, 744, 488
244, 974, 791
263, 774, 741
271 843,193
278; 846, 750
282, 753, 864
282; 123,392
280, 144,269
273 623, 456
271, 527, 092
255, 577,706
247, 306, 220
242, 543,695
240; 605,908
244, 261,469
247, 598, 466
238, 359, 802
228, 827, 532
217, 672, 948
218, 378,233
202, 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; 665,594
177, 462, 797
176, 456, 045




Silver.

Notes.

$251, 538, 603 $31, 642,
250, 033, 924 27, 083
250, 326, 699 26. 634,
250, 872,102
26, 285,
253, 206, 934 27, 328,
259,157,899
36.442,
263, 608, 078 39, 837,
267,628.530
38, 409,
•271, 844, 064 44,988,
275, 823, 883 52, 861
280, 550, 982 59, 452,
282, 899, 281 63, 249,
284, 579, 365 64,105,
284,176, 063 59, 382,
284, 627, 323 52, 561
286, 511, 764 49, 944,
288, 927, 564 45,193,
294,867, 603 48, 800,
298, 992, 565 48, 654,
303, OOS, 849 42, 555,
307,057,392
42, 037,
310, 901,379
48, 643,
314,818,108
50, 494,
317, 255, 555 51,571
318, 693, 459 53,461
318,135, 219 40, 328,
317,195, 592 35, 024
318, 557, 664 29, 210,
321,192,506
20,174
327, 293, 628 25,408,
331, 491,103
24,163,
335, 560, 614 18, 516,
338, 851, 390 19, 946,
341, 845, 904 24, 037,
346,714,586
27, 985,
348, 737, 694 28, 749,
350, 762, 543 26, 690,
350, 544, 535 18, 348,
351, 825, 627 18,407,
16, 561,
355, 046,114
359, 721, 626 15, 548
367, 998, 246 28, 377,
374,064,649
27, 926,
381, 040, 794 19,237,
386, 757. 349 23, 263,
392, 240, 441 32,116,
399, 361, 974 38, 387,
404, 422, 655 44, 023,
407, 844, 023 49, 744,
409,161,326
32, 690,
410,116, 968 22,117,
412, 898, 341 20,134,
416. 976, 342 19, 595,
424,088, 598 28,127,
429,109, 509 38, 859,
434, 531. 000 38, 657,
439, 013, 987 38, 031,
443, 429, 508 43, 622,
448, 083,116
43, 903,
452, 017, 530 44, 570
454, 403,173
41, 024
454, 725, 784 37. 261
455, 612,113
23. 852
458,496,139
20; 655,
462, 369, 518 24,496,
468, 040, 081 38, 774,
472, 420, 542 43, 504,
477, 364, 392 40, 248,
481, 788, 691 42, 249,
486,962, 566 43, 586,
492, 332, 471 36,316,
494, 942, 945 30, 418,
492, 579,409
22, 662,
498, 239, 085 24, 762,
499, ,535,480 38, 272,
499, 587, 603 50, 904,
500, 310, 529 57, 691,
506, 745, 075 64,144
508, 570, 076 77, 673,
510,101, 209 78, 431,

Certificates.

Other.
, 846, 449
: 352,104
,
,133,118
! 639, 069
,
i 762, 221
,
' 763, 008
,
, 747, 047
.,483,814
: 218, 761
,
, 266, 996
I 276, 461
,
' 075, 280
,
, 312, 237
I 363, 740
,
! 541,669
,
; 532,150
,
: 755, 501
,
,939,429
I 563, 211
,
i 142, 819
,
' 178, 348
,
! 329, 353
,
; 356, 846
,
I 437, 271
,
I 607, 731
,
i 930, 052
,
, 920, 373
,077,045
, 586, 234
i 509, 953
,
, 033, 710
; 312, 879
,
I 776, 502
,
,468,070
, 916, 024
: 798, 090
,
S137.010
: 772,735
,
; 309, 599
,
I 937, 697
,
I 239, 753
,
, 812, 404
, 520, 820
I 271, 993
,
I 974,191
,
I 906, 843
,
; 700, 419
,
, 137,109
, 193,152
,598,734
I 874, 762
,
I 506, 912
,
I 254, 009
,
I 027, 992
,
i 934, 905
,
; 786, 732
,
, '176, 057
,347, 226
, 336, 589
i 894,155
,
,357, 286
,275, 838
, 436, 536
i 035,118
,
. 061, 920
,
,975,811
, 681, 504
s 954, 641
,095,105
; 254, 388
,
, 930. 590
,044,003
, 685,476
,213, 277
r 421,870
• 220, 993
,
; 154, 235
.
i 688, 354
,
I 320, 829
,
i 538,984
,

Total.
801
592
633,
121
649,
818
668,
165
680,
461
699,
153
723,
845
727
529
731
282
753
661
765,
501
786,
700
791.
664
771,
615
759;
105
764;
907
752;
246
750,
267
754;
466
752,
931
750,
812
762,
783
760,
514
759,
778
771,
877
759,
692
746,
759
740,
027
730,
007
731,
956
740,
241
735
055
741
464
751
659
759,
756
757,
302
761
186
727,
266
736,
594
741,
533
731
987
747,
631
758,
995
751,
301
751,
199
751
752
745,
698
754,
348
766,
210
741,
258
740
751
748,
433
757,
873
778,
517
790,
812
800,
347
797
595
795,
985
785,
271
783,
981
781,
592
777,
481
766,
803
765,
985
769,
229
772,
268
764,
427
762,
J16
756,
985
754,
602
745,
706
732,
887
712,
155
719,
014
729,
435
734,
701
737,
152
737,
834
787,
790, 780,719

61

TEEASUEEE.
No.

2"y.—ASSETS OF THE T R E A S U R Y AT THE END OF E A C H M O N T H , FROM

1878—Continued.
Gold.

Month.
1894—April
May
June
July
August...
September.
October
November .
December..
1895—January . . .
February..
March
April
May
June
July
August
Septeraber.
October —
November
December..
1896—January . . ,
F e b r u a ' r y .,
March
April
May
June
July
August —
Septeraber.
October—
November ,
December..
1897—January . . ,
February..
March
April
May
June
July
•^
August...
Septeraber,
October
November.
December ,
1898—January..
F e b r u a r y .,
M a r c h .!.'.
April
May
June
,
July
August —
September
October...
November
December
1899—January..
February.,
March
April
May
June-.=
July
August...
September,

$170,192,.458
148, 067,,816
131,217,,434
120, 922 ,836
120,885,,869
123, 665,,756
125,613,,896
164, 350.,468
139, 606,,354
97, 353;,776
138, 593,,280
139,486,,496
139,998,,154
147-,-690,,978
155, 893,,932
155, 354,,066
),926
149, 410,
143, 557,,513
143, 360;,839
129, 567 ,945
113,198, i m
\
99, 693,357
167,695,
),999
171,885,
),710
168, 446, 459
),
151,307,,143
144, 020,
),364
150,012, 225
J,
),200
139, 825,
162,771 ,31.1
155, 323,,833
169,527, 0 2
M
175, 203 ,983
182, 387,,122
186, 206,
5,028
189, 242, 803
},
190, 762,
},889
181,707,
f,391
178, 076,
>,657
178, 044,
1,578
181, 234,
1,165
184,561 ,664
190, 387,
f,257
194,
).260
197, 469, 236
\
200,731,
L,552
204, 063,
i,971
210, 903, 334
},
217,190,
),136
207, 701 ,264
202, 825,
),049
225.138,
?,393
253, 377,
^494
278,691 ,452
275, 224,
1,072
276,944,,092
281, 729, 434
),
261, 692,
i,280
264,091 ,477
278, 306,
j,355
278, 985,
),254
261,201, 428
.,
273, 393, 480
},
277, 848,
^323
317, 446,
>,961
353,002, 380
J,




Silver.

Notes.

$511,,408,465 $82.774,725
^ 216,977
512, , 194, 954
229, 946
513,, 298, 709
540, 855
,880, 682
513,
072, 004
513,,167,330
529,176
\ 814,353
509,
601, 671
506,1, 018,714
343, 974
,802,458
504,
049, 080
504,:, 035, 456
586,164
507,, 087, 384
302,508
508,;, 859, 908
067,639
1,259, 880
510,
990, 707
510,, 813, 574
731,683
511,, 582, 651
324,741
512,;, 338, 751
460.076
512,1, 746,150
803,472
511,,447,345
966, 229
, 677, 525
507,
783,949
503,;, 083,139
483, 223
, 164, 742
502,
932, 791
501,, 460, 555
447, 921
505,',421,819
497,711
,265,460
507,
855,846
508,1, 930, 744
067,048
\ 586,117
510,
425,420
, 199,837
512,
364,.197
8,714
513,:, 610,147
598, 648
514,;, 647, 701
010,408
513,1,644, 845
008, 443
510,, 058, 742
982, 074
509,\ 680, 450
568, 383
509,\ 615,585
2B7,287
509,;, 736, 349
188, 067
513,S 659, 266
956, 043
515,•, 048, 212
428. 804
517,
061. 583
518,i 496, n o
,
082, 885
519, , 764, 958
090. 440
520,, 793, 923
330, 248
521,, 734,14.0
293,517
519,I 368, 486
,
218,524
,
513,i 481, 747
235,355
509,1,351,944
292,905
507, ,656,383
291,319
507,,291,684
855,143
510,1,676,160
139, 522
511,,858.835
020, 768
512,, 432, 535
463,909
512,\, 894,283
319,188
,
514.: 072, 040
420, 861
515,\, 029, 907
797,979
,
514,: 879,966
040,785
,
513,1 400, 895
555,113
509,, 308. 574
302,068
,
505,I 929, 775
032,512
,
504,: 290, 719
325,958
,
503,; 212, 854
774,592
,
391, 798
506,1 512, 553
913.940
507,,531,887
,
502,351
506,1 376, 982
538, 281
507, , 646, 792
564,432
508,,110,172
1 228,226
,
847,859
508,
048, 651
507,, 579, 673
576, 963
505,,059,814
499,, 628, 449

JUNE,

I
Certificates.
$9,610,294
9,864,195
10,397,613
12, 391, 236
14,247,257
9,761,045
6, 905,483
6, 913, 790
7, 865, 680
11, 286, 292
7, 801,189
8,199. 408
7, 842, 873
6, 984,723
9,601,142
10, 916,716
8, 481, 063
11,641,037
9, 396,498
11, 379, 521
12, 634, 306
14,831, 305
12, 728,031
12, 096,298
12, 708,001
11,556,704
12, 007, 425
14, 379, 543
13,913,160
12, 046,930
12,672,212
13, 047, 773
16,120,054
13, 304,131
11,647,973
14,.628,701
17, 330, 255
13,812,036
19,259,386
17, 099,144
13,133, 547
13, 392, 815
13,205,645
13, 463,277
14, 040, 372'
16, 596, 954
15, 425, 437
11,797,556
6, 062, 080
8,170,179
10. 056,934
12,496,538
10, 043, 271
9, 053, 659
9,227,169
8,415,758
8, 927,249
9, 323, 880
7, 544,689
5,947,678
5, 349,055
6,067,502
6,327, 711
5, 696, 839
17,435, 589
42,101,183

Other.

Total.

826, 661
1,840,719
1,939, 322 783, 283, 264
774, 538,966
,395,264
' 466; 156 774, 201,765
,
' 330i 897 781, 703,357
,
, 365, 597 774, 135,927
,406;248
754, 546,012
,729;474
793, 140,164
1,197; 719 782, 754, 289
, 156; 715 761, 470, 331
,534,018
798, 090. 903
,224i165
797, 237,588
; 797; 028 787, 442, 336
,
i 4831 721 797, 473, 756
,
i 903} 120 811, 061,686
,
. 920i 824 807, 397,832
,
1,817; 540 826, 960, 346
• 047j 106 827, 889,410
,
,513; 186 812, 137,611
, 525; 261 801, 120,692
, 352; 088 787, ,578, 447
, 159, 325 774, 553, 727
i 624, 630 858, 811, 831
,
i 200, 349 874, 968,947
,
,991,933
868, 799,558
: 277,866 861, 766, 970
,
; 114, 936 853, 905,636
,
,263,185
851, 863,748
,992,277
; 171,245 849, 388, 746
,
849, 642, 774
,639,362
, 137, 873 836, 676,223
, 286, 645 835,, 961, 581
, 938, 241 853, 463,554
553,910
• 868, 857
,
338.167
,891,239
875, 239,759
1 095, 819
,
; 129, 556 876, 746, 656
,
867, 496, 826
1,168,953
1 753, 823 871, 389,359
,
867,,961,933
,115,652
1 713, 882 858, 145, 367
,
; 489, 756 850, 368,632
,
; 907, 251 831, 669,9,57
,
I 298, 759 846,, 409, 076
,
861,, 391, 370
,338,200
; 084, 003 853,,198,009
,
1 644,274 856, 571,768
.
I 507, 396 853.,798, 467
,
I 807, 698 831,,117,864
,
821,,070,369
\ 133.818
\, 757, 087 835, 466, 569
890, 069, 963
\ 282,202
; 526,725 927,,144, 647
,
, 566,313 940,,135,523
,434,101
933, 249, 397
s 235, 856 926, 117,182
\ 665,721
930, 431,351
,791,121
911,,969,026
1,017,132
908,,350,972
i 682, 065 919,, 502, 087
,
1,149, 681 917,, 165, 517
1,447,289
898,,067,064
1,040,118
907,,961,138
, 388, 868 909,,012,812
, 932,113 962,,379,883
1, 0.15,
,241, 088

62

R E P O R T ON T H E FINANCES.

N o . 2 § . — L I A B I L I T I E S OF THE^ TREASURY AT THE END OF EACH MONTH, PROM
J U N E , 1878.
Month.
1878—June
July
August...
September
October—
Novemher
Deceraber.
1879—January . .
February.
March
April
May
June
July
August —
Septeraber
October —
N6 vera ber,
December.
1880—January . .
February.
March
April
May
June
July
August —
September
October...
NoA'^em ber
December.
1881—J anuary ..
February.
March
April
May
June
July
August —
September
October—
November
Deceraber.
1882^-Jauuary..
February.
March
April
May
,
June
July
August...
September
October...
November
Decemher.
1883—January..
February.
March
April
May
Juue
July
August...
September
October...
November
December.
1884—January . .
February .
March....
April
May
June
July
August.. Septeraber
October...
November
December..
1885—January..
February.
March....




Certificates
and notes.
$92, 644,
97, 211,
93, 425,
75, 744,
71, 356,
73, 426,
58, 776,
61, 397.
65, 187,
46, 356,
49, 794,
44, 815,
48, 685,
58, 866,
53, 745,
50, 347,
43, 236,
34. 717,
31, 565,
32, 364,
31, 217,
28, 979,
29, 434,
33, 674,
34, 973,
36, 238,
32, 145,
36, 008,
43, 343,
51, 002,
59, 246,
61, 971,
62, 390,
63, 155,
64, 937,
67, 545,
68, 874,
68, 473,
72, 604,
77, 713,
79, 845,
80, 916,
83, 453,
85, 587,
85, 412,
84, 662,
83, 968,
85, 121,
84, 453,
84. 867,
86, 432,
87, 146,
109 913,
Il8 349,
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,
236 796,
236 119,
232 515,
227 162,
230 589,
251 651,
257 271,
260 142,
269 754,
276 710,
282 719,
305 606,
325 110,
323 914,

Agency
account.

Balance.

Total.

537, 659 $188 507,
$313, 690,181
053, 964 200 150,
332, 415,467
936, 877 222, 339,
350, 701,377
045, 389 223, 414,
336, 204,967
877, 270 218 328,
323, 562,485
889,164 215, 333,
323, 649;056
774, 275 227, 740,
321, 291 399
418,207 336, 449,
432, 265,949
410,563 428, 961,
528, 559,703
006, 461 405, 411,
486,774 261
875,422 432, 746,
517, 416,875
792, 575 475, 663,
558, 271,331
915, 778 379, 542,
470,144, 347
342, 784 245, 608,
355, 817,353
853,454 212, 035,
309, 634 936
036, 441 202, 957,
299, 341 766
058,916 203, 411,
287. 707,478
415,539 193, 147,
268, 280.416
448,298 192, 297,
266, 310,434
605, 647 190, 003,
262, 973,429
696, 000 188, 960,
260, 874,109
946, 889 193, 084,
261, on 116
537,726
259. 761,719
983,917 191, 789,
193, 998,
262, 656,983
329, 064 188, 670,
259, 973,818
716, 721 186, 190, 329
262, 145,940
568, 448 189, 613, 598
264, 327 986
119, 557 186, 802, 191
264, 930,408
129.108
181, 042, 437
268, 515,005
787,264 180, 921, 571
274, 711 615
255, 230 184, 354, 528
286, 855,768
330, 764 180, 848, 303
285,150; 767 034, 629 208, 099, 302
313. 524 671
034,510 205, 791, 774
311,981, 984
303,030 204, 622, 204
312, 862,974
365,157 204, 144, 327
318, 055,334
542,673 213, 635, 823
324. 052,946
810,619 201 544, 433
315, 828,852
107,790 199 900, 146
323. 612,166
931,191
329,165, 301
204, 520, 280
Oil,857 191, 888, 136
321, 745,583
623, 934 193,•806. 619
328. 347,303
667,189 199, 614, 433
331, 734 972
334,870 190, 533, 247
324, 455,907
782, 938 197. 166, 334
336,361 872
222, .573 198, 137, 431
331.022 294
512,999
324, 531,959
194, 050, 480
952,635 191, 861, 776
334. 936,051
057,603 195, 892, 419
331, 403 852
027,499 194, 192, 970
335,081 619
325, 898 195, 469, 614
340, 227,762
493, 848 198 541, 173
343,181, 671
110,116 203, 642, 301
368, 665,567
512,033 207 509, 753
389, 370,986
309
255, 919
404, 278;728
086, 022 204 969, 520
408,143 952
200 045, 388
402,197, 207
492.109
186, 218,
411, 274,511
410,902 191 553. 558
420, 596,788
831,269 185 555, 568
237
424,129, 023
300, 515 180 529,^42
441, 765,115
217,302 197 177, 999
448, 433,605
677.155 201 122, 167
454.754 328
874,440 199 090, 412
382,196 203 175, 640 ' 452,488;089
069, 594 204 491.
459, 089,315
511, 694 198 122, 405
467, 814,830
595, 038 198 698; 241
473, 783,810
200
182, 494 204 184, 212
486, 634,365
836, 975 199 102, 463
498, 735,508
364, 898 206 510, 499
497, 994,922
648,635 206 087,
495. 251,565
465,119 200 985, 324
488,612, 794
219, 832 200 764, 698
487, 573,881
148
982,813 193 111, 070
502, 745,622
301,944 195 657, 262
513, 230,855
734,143 204 247, 189
516,123 746
604, 070 203 537, 455
523, 896,110
722,878 194, 624, 215
523. 057,804
287, 753 192 198,
526. 205 409
429, 907 194, 554, 277
544, 590,415
172
195,100 199, 744, 144
572, 049,323
651, 453 199 386,
569, 951,

63

TEEASURER.
No.

2 8 . — L I A B I L I T I E S OF T H E T R E A S U R Y AT THE

END

O F BACH M O N T H , FROM

J U N E , 1878—Co'ntinued.
Month.
1885-April.
May .
, June
' July.
August
September
October
November . . . .
December.....
1886—January i
February
March
April.
May
June
July
August.......
September
October
Noveraber
December
1887—January . . . . . .
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
Noveraber
Deceraber
1888—January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
. November
December
1889—January
February
March
-.
April
,.
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
1890—January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September. ...
October
November —
Deceraber
1891—January
February
March
April. i
- May
June
July
August
September —
October
November
December




Certificates
and notes.

.A.gency
account.

Balance.
$200. 536,
205; 713
217,
215,
219;
233,
243,
245,
257;
265,
265.
275;
278,
281,
287,
283,
281
279,
278,
274,
279,
281,
279;
282,
286,
291,
304,
291,
290,
289,
296,
295,
312,
321
329
341,
341,
327,
335,
331,
333,
321
295,
274,
283,
281,
266,
273,
272,
275,
287,
274,
251,
254,
248;
242,
233;
228,
229,
228,
227,
228:
245:
234,
215,
179,
175:
164,
163,
174,
168,
163,
161
158,
153,
155,
160,
144,
139,
139,
134,

310,
310,
311,
310,
289,
283,
282,
278,
277,
277,
272,
270,
265,
265,
261,
253,
251,
250,
251,
255,
258,
259,
269,
274,
276,
276,
270,
273,
292,
304,
310,
318,
330,
340,
342,
343,
372,
386,
404,
401,
402,
415,
424,
417,
420,
423,
426,
430,
434,
433,
436,
454,
455,
448,
444,
449,
455,
457,
462,
465,
468,
471,
474,
478,
500,
506,
511,
516,
523,
525,
530,
538,
538,
540,
547,
559,
549,
560,
569,
577,
045

Total.
$568, 608, 338
567, 486, 749
569,643, 578
574, 209, 295
583, 258, 844
569, 224, Oil
570, 970, 852
579, 074, 591 •
577, 056, 911
584, 058,728
592, 558, 669
588, 029, 455
588, 964, 252
589, 226, 910
593,135,429
589,215,379
589, 715,133
579,022,114
572, 357, 800
576,106, 337
579,119,019
582,014, 771
591, 250,788
600, 290,178
605,428, 324
619,105, 213
621, 096, 494
609,757, 798
622,491, 801
633, 396, 592
649,118,121
668,.165, 818
680,120,165
699, 051, 461
723, 329,153
727, 965, 845
731,122,529
753,337, 282
765,523, 661
786,471, 501
791,340,700
.771,389,664
759,376,615
764,018,105
752, 206, 907
750,105,246
754,467, 267
752, 264, 466
750, 821, 931
762. 996, 812
760,17'6, 783
759,375,514
771, 969, 778
759, 987, 877
746, 254, 692
740, 522, 759
730,911, 027
731, 053, 007
74.0, 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, 348
741, 668, 210
740, 530, 258
748, 356, 751
757,300,43.3

64
No.

REPORT ON THE FINANCES.
28.—LIABILITIES

Month.
1892—January
February...
March
April
May
June
July
•August
Septeraber..
October
.Noveraber . .
December...
1893—Ja.nuary
February...
March
• April
May
June...
July
August
September..
October
November . .
Decemher...
1894—January
February...
March
April
May
Juue
July
August
. September..
October
November..
Decemher...
1895—January
February . . .
March
April
May
June
July
August
September..
October
November..
December...
1896—January —
• February . . ,
March
..
April
,
May
,
June
July
August
September.
Octoher
November .
December..
1897—January . . .
February..
March
April
May
June
July
August
September.
October
November.
Deceraber..
1898—January . . .
Fehruary..
March
April
May
June
July
August
September.




OF T H E T R E A S U R Y AT T H E E N D O F EACH MONTH,
J U N E , 1878—Continued.
Certificates
and notes.

Agency
account.

^605, 423, 412
$41, 999, 000
621, 248, 974
37,136, 339
39, 765, 879
628, 098, 049
36,184, 614
629, 922,571
634, 081, 717
35, 212, 991
620, 245, 304
38, 550, 304
619, 675,803
37, 253,182
615,455, 530
36, 907,108
39,139, 046
606, 769, 628
37,182, 203
598, 008. 876
36,776, 228
598, 369, 656
599, 467,016
41, 221, 379
607,498, 582
40,117, 580
38,365,833
601, 828, 346
597,428, 091
39, 709, 608
596,016, 621
39,044,592
594,531, 017
38, 026, 813
584, 553, 920
37, 988,392
37,391, 549
577, 362, 591
565, 614, 881
39, 959, 096
570,225,363
42, 447,160
587, 609, 861
39, 542, 862
599, 229, 302
40, 391, 517
604. 317, 424
42, 921, 722
612,059,181
40, 978, 873
609, 909, 907
38, 503, 563
42, 203, 653
614, 627, 040
45, 739, 079
619, 989, 795
44, 300, 484
621,128,445
41,598,709
615, 355, 820
38,164, 085
616, 972, 329
615, 350, 572
39, 204, 689
612, 436, 470
41, 779,739
607, 486, 421
39,719,445
606, 270, 843
42, 361, 715
590,134,104
39, 282, 606
578, 777, 914
38, 089,115
572, 755, 530
47,137,786
567,944,442
41,375,886
566, 688, 624
39, 935, 796
38, 736, 912
573, 366, 743
579, 207, 863
36, 613, 670
38, 448, 607
581, 799, 693
602, 384, 693
40, 536, 496
600,227,693
42, 256, 352
591,102, 673
41, 086, 939
582, 987, 673
40, 726, 633
568, 023, 673
41, 527, 574
562, 542, 773
40, 419,174
558, 551, 273
37, 553, 551
562, 909, 253
40,417,946
560, 594, 253
38,114,643
555,646,973
38, 926,787
547,110, 973
39, 362, 566
555, 212, 973
40, 492, 302
42, 385, 372
563, 656, 973
43, 963, 994
564,524, 323
38,762, 537
564, 340, 923
43, 080, 558
567, 523, 923
44, 333, 599
580, 809, 573
595, 975, 573
47, 21.5, 916
606, 977, 573
44, 523, 338
45,491,680
607, 702, 473
43, 548, 665
605,107,473
595, 535. 953
41, 847, 060
590, 878, 953
40, 372, 779
46,431,522
588, 513, 953
45, 622, 207
593, m i , 953
46,104, 891
589, 070, 953
43, 456, 904
580, 456, 953
45, 824,583
579,920, 933
576, 956, 933
48, 959, 669
581,213,933
48,112, 289
585, 252, 933
45, 754, 630
577,402, 933
50, 228, 591
564, 306, 933
51, 000, 307
563, 799, 933
61, 515, 621
563, 788,933
66,020, 064
75, 727,8.15
559, 497, 933
74, 610, 628
558, 046, 933
78, 520,438
554,057,583

Balance.

Total.

$131,368,461
$778, 790, 873
132,162, 204
790, 547, 517
800, 762, 812
132, 898, 884
131,518,162
797, 625, 347
126,005,887
795,300. 595
126,692,377
785, 487, 985
127,050,286
783,979,271
129,152, 343
781, 514, 981
131, 895, 918
777, 804, 592
131,011,402
766, 202, 481
130,328,919
765, 474,803
129, 092, 590
769, 780, 985
125, 265, 067
772, 881, 229
124,128, 089
764, 322, 268
125, 630, 728
762, 768,427
121, 482, 903
756, 544,116
121,565,155
754,122, 985
122,462, 290
745, 004, 602
117, 887, 566
732, 641, 706
107, 283, 910
712,857, 887
719, 548,155
106, 875, 632
729, 447, 014
102,294,291
734, 820, 435
95,199, 616
737, 614, 701
90, 375, 555
737,120,152
84,082, 098
787, 075, 834
138,662,364
790, 780, 719
133, 950,026
790, 826, 661
125, 097, 787
783, '283, 264
117,854,335
774, 538, 966
117, 584, 437
774, 201, 765
119, 065, 351
127,148, 096
781, 703, 357
119,919,718
774,135, 927
754, 546, 012
107, 340,146
793,140,164
144, 507, 606
782, 754, 289
153.337,579
761, 470, 331
144,603, 302
178,197, 587
798, 090, 903
187, 917, 260
797, 237, 588
180,817,916 • 787, 442, 336
185,370,101
797, 473, 756
195, 240,153
811,061,686
187,149,532
807, 397, 832
184, 039,157
826, 960, 346 •
185, 405, 365
827, 889,410
179, 947, 999
812,137, 611
177,406, 386
801,120, 692
178, 027, 200
787, 578, 447
171, 591, 780
774, 553, 727
262, 707. 007
858, 811, 831
271, 641, 748
874, 968, 947
270, 090, 662
868, 799, 558
267,193, 210
861, 766, 970
267,432, 097
853, 905, 636
256,158, 473
851,863,748
243,346,401
849, 388, 746
241,154,457
849, 642, 774
233,572,763
836, 676, 223
225, 357,100
835, 961, 581
228, 320, 382
853, 403, 554
215, 362, 421
858, 553, 910
212,837,256
864, 338,167
222, 045, 606
875, 239, 759
228, 090, 518
876, 746, 656
230,113,813
867, 490, 826
240,137, 627
871, 389, 359
233,016, 458
867,961, 933
218, 561, 207
858,145, 367
215,192,788
850, 368, 632
207, 756,100
831, 669, 957
220, 663, 560
846, 409, 070
235, 474, 768
861, 391, 370
223,871,787
853,198, 009
225, 564, 205
856, 571, 768
226,166, 943
853, 798, 467
215, 810, 624
831,117,864
195, 754, 815
821, 070, 369
205, 657, 572
835, 466, 569
2.54, 844. 215
890,069, 963
294,487, 086
927,144, 647
307, 557, 502
940,135,523

65

TREASURER.
No.

2 8 . — L I A B I L I T I E S OF T H E T R E A S U R Y AT T H E END OF EACH

MONTH, FROM

J U N E , 1878—Continued.
Certificates
and notes.

Mouth.
1898-October
Noveraber
December
1899—January
February
March .:
April
May
Juiie
Julv
August
September

No.

I $553, 631,933
553, 897, 833
553,447,783
552, 853, 783
555, 528, 513
555V003, 613
554, 356, 61.3
555, 517, 613
555, 226, 603
554, 414, 303
: -' 601, 443, 203
647,965,903

•

:..

Agency
account.
$79,
79,
82,
84,
83,

^,

99.
74,
71,
79,
.81,
79,

Balance.
$300, 238, 275
292, 376, 790
294, 764,695
274, 584, 676
269, 103,514
284, 043,163
263, 127,533
267, 581-, 095
281, 380,468
274, 844,168
279, 352, 873
287, 695, 615

$933, 249, 397"
926, 117,182.
930, 431,351'
911, 969, 026>
908, 350,-,972.
919, 562;,0S7;
917, 165, 517/
007,064'961,138.
012.812.
962, 379,083
1, 015, 241,08a

2 9 . — A S S E T S OF T H E TRK.ASURY IN E X C E S S OF CERTIFICATES AND T R E A S U R Y
NOTES AT T H E END OF EACH MONTH, FROM J U N E , 1878.
Gold..

Month.
1878—June
July
August
Septeraber
October
: - -.
November
December
1879—January
February
March
April
•
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
.
Deceraber
80—January
February
March
April
M»y
June
July August
•
' September
October
•
NoverabcjDecembt'i;
1881—January
.February
March
April
May
June
•
July:
August
Septeniber
October
Noveraber
Deceraber
1882—January
February
March.."
April
May.
J u n e ..'
July
August
Septeraber
October
Noveraber
December
1883—January
February
March

FI 99

5




$103,
108,
11.7,
112,
117,
118,
114,
116,
116,
117,
118,
121,
119,
120,
126,
154,
157,
147,
146,
143,
136,
135,
130,
120,
118,
115,
120,
127,
133,
143,
150,
148,
166,
167,
164,
157,
157,
149,
164,
169,
167,
173,
167,
159,
168,
161,
149,
148,
143,
140,
144,
147,
148,
144,
131,
125,
135,
141,

562, 523
161, 640
325, 856
602, 622
965, 674
282. 355
193, ^ 0
674, 227
886, 279
162; 166
809,680
300, 140
956, 655
320, 583
537,690
763,795
140,114
247, 977
194,182
340, 027
995,458
766, 551
726, 640
699,196
181,527
274, 646
018,180
764, 733
278, 253
981,139
213, 716
052,809
808,853
639,263
358,554
893, 879
412,141
163, 355
098,402
122, 025
785, 609
025, 684
429,348
972, 569
585, 554
290, 437
997, 982
932, 626
477, 370
062, 590
311,881
831, 667
435,473
809,314
989, 758
648,195
107,161
308, 204

Silver.

Notes.

.$21, 913, 254 $38, 565, 044
23, 335, 973
40,105, 403
25, 044, 450, 42. 306, 083
42, 765,104
27, 221, 542
44,886, 055
28, 003, 955
30, 646. 484
46, 641, 248
31, 762, 735
44,861,667
33, 965, 456
42, 953, 902
54, 728.198
35, ^!89, 801
56,227,221
36, 423, 640
37, 067, 869
47, 302, 019
66,332,228
38, 223,150
53, 323, 605
.41, 728. 838
40, 224, 621
30, 729, 911
49,514,910
41,361,261
51.754,963
23, 254, 556
20,985,735
52, Oil, 474
19,596,731
53; 700, 061
15, 813, 202
52,717,862
. 56. 065, 003 18, 500, 528
58,104,105
19, 297, 077
58, 839, 990
19. 3.66, 445
61,571,311
23, 077, 329
65,157, 331
27,166, 528
68, n o , 764
25, 875, 809
70. 319,194
26,261,919
71, 409, 074
24, 780, 755
65,809,169
20, 839, 053
57, 977, 075
.17, 991, 217
,51,8U1, 3S7
14, 827, 566
43, 015, 088
13, .004, 646
45,615,577
16,894,026
47,081,029
18,711,496
46, Qdz, 005
19, 095, 042
49, 244, 090
20, 660, 345
52,032, 883
23, 846,491
53, 991, 639
23, 850, 474
53, 701,175
24, 632, 618
49, 662,136
24,144, 410
42, 447, 786
23, 576, 532
37.146, 871
22,746, 516
37,450,464
21, 967, 383
36, 846, 088
22,130, 491
40, 710, 843
24,762, 389
23,741, 061
44, 689, 996
21, 962, 492
50, 383, 486
23,818,033
53, 364, 703
27,291,935
58, 928, 570
27, 702, 836
63, 927, 265
31,178, 001
65,053,405
64.147, 473
31, 356, 383
59, 793, 574
28, 236, 944
57, 556,462
26, 224, 248
55, 911, 656
27, 067, 502
56, 563, 067
25,411,416
59, 989, 352
31, 648, 528
63, 715, 414
28, 376, 344
64,531,775
24, 612, 696

Other.
$57. 004, 760 $221, 045, 581
63; 601, 421
235, 204, 437
72, 599, 708
257, 276, 097
77, 871, 029
260, 4G0, 297
61,350,451
252. 206,135
54, 652, 549 . 250,222,636
71, 696, 807
262,514, .569
177, 274,484
370, 868, 069
256, 467, 745
463, 372, 023.
230, 605,004
440, 418,031
264,442, 687
467, 022, 25>
513, 455,671
287, 600,153
421,458, 697
206,449, 599
296, 950, 803:
99, 675, 688
38, 475; 525
255, 889, 386:
19. 220, 702
248, 994, 01614, 333,305
244, 470, 628:
13, 018,537
233, 563, 306
20,020,178
234, 745, 424
12, 703, 861
230, 609, 419
15, 259, 949
229, 656, 589
18.058,710
232, 031, 696
14, 952,119
230, 327. 390
15, 959, 558
228, 982, 613
12, 831,848
224, 999. 948
14, 051, 291' 225, 907, 050
15, 974, 037
232,182, 046
14,508,793
228, 921, 748
15, 925, 000
225,171,-545^
13, 098, 743
223, 708, 83521, 376, 308
227, 609, 75&
223,179, 067
12, 610, 655
251,133, 931
18, 532, 553
16, 059, 974
248, 826, 284.
13, 662, 245
247, 925, 234
16, 736, 231
250, 50'.t, 484
19, 924, 242
255,178, 49a
19, 857, 904
247. 355, 052
13,102,988
251, 007, 93&
16, 305,128
251, 451, 471
14,221,197
241, 899, 995.
14, 987, 022
247, 430, 553
21, 875, 695
248,281,62213, 422, 316
238, 868,117
13, 932, 661
250, 949, 278.
12,723, 589
246, 360, 002
240, 563, 474
13, 382,761
14, 661, 280
249, 814, 419'
11,842,551
246, 950, 021
13, 920, 473
250, 214, 462
13,979,775
253,795, 519
20,172, 836
256, 035, 022
26, 536, 234
258, 752, 411
43, 233,314
271, 021, 787
43, 260, 987
257, 225, 226
32, 845, 467
250,131, 542
15, 511, 578
242, 710, 497
18,511, 785
248, 964,460-

€6
No.

REPORT ON T H E FINANCliS.
2 9 . — A S S E T S OF THE T R E A S U R Y I N E X C E S S OIP C E R T I F I C A T E S AND T R E A S U R Y
NOTES AT T H E E N D OF EACH MONTH, FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.

Gold.
1883-April
May
June
:
July
August
Septeraber
October
Noveraber
December
18,S4—Jauuary
February
Mai-ch
•Ajn-il
May
June
:...
July
August
Septeraber
October
Noveraber
Deceraber . . . . . .
1885—January
February
Marcb..'
April
May
J uue
July
August
• September
October
Noveraber.
December
1886—January
February.
March
April
May.........
June
.
July.
August
Septeraber
October
November
D e c e m ber
1887—January
February
March..'
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
Novemher.......
Deceraber
..
1888—January
February
March
April
May
June
July
A u g u st
September
October
Noveraber
Deceraber
1889—January
February
March..'
April
May
' Juue
July
August
Septeraber
October




$139.
133,
138,
142,
149,
151,
157,
15
1.55.
144
144,
.142,
139,
142,
133,
119,
122,
130,
134,
138,
141,
- 125,
127,
125,
117,
.115,
120,
126,
126,
133,
142,
140,
147,
136,
144,
151,
155,
156,
156,
158
157,
157,
158,
16;j,
17U,
168,
175,
181.
180,
186,
186,
186,
193,
192,
202,
211,
208,
202,
212,
218.
213.
200,
.1.93,
194.
206;
197,
191,
199,
203,
194,
196,
197,
191,
192,
186,
182,
180,
189,
187,

Total.
, 029 656
69, 632 000
72, 261 .550
71, 873 151
71 459 307
67 523 483
62, 350 858
61 386 658
54, 490 103
59 205 565
63; 985 498
66, 996 906
60, 12^ 407
69, 263 646
72, 790 123
76: 954 854
80, 769 454
79, 976 102
76, 178 418
73, 678 676
65 547 365
71, 288 030
76, 329 022
78, 718 076
84, 983 324
92, 952 178
99, 157 951
96, 927 699
99, 265 402
99, 385 02a>
97 476 642
104, 369 641
104; 132 197
111 994 553
114, 839 096
115, 672 306
116 616 366
119; 927 955
125; 134 221
126, 330 575
123, 973 629
11 533 620
112, 782 716
109, 291 571
101 659 880
106, 848 633
108, 164 660
104, 982 949
105; 073 830
106, 843 611
107, 260 882
106, 332 530
103, 662 218
95, 679 098
89, 612 742
82. 722 828
76, 351 511
79 836 846
79, ,155 419
76,,102 085
77, ,417 132
79, ,178 478
80,,163 606
79,,218 602
74, ,920 399
65,,614 462
54, ,844 171
49,,095 975
42, ,707 565
49. ,530 165
52;; 363 612
51,745 170
52;,118 189
55,,363 569
57 ,7.15 063
.57, ,698 430
50,,112 833
41 515 504
39, ,875 648

$27, 262, 638
$15, 655, 301
30, 043, 396
15, 436, 253
31,655,901
15, 205,995
33, 090, 646
15, 130,922
31,756,568
14, 123,297
13, 576, 392
31, 342,130
12, 860, 399
30, 996, 217
14 431,615
32, 580,118
14 253,448
34,120, 069
14, 742,459
40, 067, 934
14 182, 913
39, 732, 573
13 807,080
38, 812, 018
13, 189,747
40, 796,159
14 944, 269
35, 235, 620
13, 660, 660
36, 803, 793
14, 998,720
40, 092, 326
14, 536. 221
38,187, 622
13, 517,091
31, 973, 830
16, 948, 224
26, 343, 827
14, 502,269
20,151, 317
14, 180,602
22, 069, 569
14, 754, 442
27, 754,117
14, 762. 734
28, 500, 963
13 740, 036
27, 786, 228
15 216, 093
29, 586, 350
14, 600,706
33, 298,196
14, 768,856
25,408, 090
14 618,467
25, 080,127
14 427,844
32, 349, 764
12, 938,189
34,140, 740
14 422,143
32,988, 582
14, 253, 299
31,510,999
13, 535, 082
33, 288, 967
14 790, 083
43, 251,446
15, 475,373
40, 238, 626
14, 424, 370
33, 681, 688
15, 836, 506
29,919,776
15, 752,158
31,251,248
652, 806
26, 902, 733 • 18,
25, 731, 551
16, 375,469
38,458.167
15, 860,469
38, 623, 845
14, 803,209
34,160, 051
16, 725, 325
32,070, 221
18, 861, 896
26,181,661
24, 368, 553
19, 418,932
28, 890, 004
19, 952, 406
28, 761, 763
20i 156, 995
23, 718, 423
21 148,281
23, 706,127
23, 004, 380
25, 694, 621
22, 376, 382, 28, 473,594
24, 068,646
22, 775, 845
27, 846, 449
24,512, 265
32, 352,104.
20, .548. 805
33 .133,118
19, 419, 047
43, 639', 069
19, 450, 084
56, 762, 221
20,343, 859
59 763, 008
25, 797, 672
61 747, 047
28, 622, 564
61 483,814
29,494,410
62, 218,761
34,433, 808
60, 266, 996
40, 631, Oil
6O; 276, 461
45, 037, 425
6O; 075,280
48, 044, 574
59, 312,237
49, 460, 550
59 363. 740
46, 652, 270
56; 541, 669
40, 981, 274
52, 532,150
38, 584, 412
52, 755, 501
34,943,906
50, 939, 429
34, 885, 727
49, 563, 211
32, 734, 083
48, 142, 819
28,105, 498
49, 178,348
27, 457, 027
48, 329,353
32, 493, 474
48, 356, 846
33, 759, 416
49, 437, 271
33, 996, 901
49, 607,731
36, 916, 596
48 930,052
25, 053, 979
47 920. 373
22,514,916

$248, 386, 837
248, 829, 752
2.57; 394, 644
262, 800,154
266, 964,607
263 557.008
263; 561, 234
265; 634, 099
258, 293,2;9
258, 366, 094
261, 939.187
261, 875, 361
262, 736,134
261 450, 443
256, 984,530
251, 093, 961
255; 959,014
255, 981,405
254, 141,259
246, 347, 333
243, 485,968
238, 984,184
246, 939, 272
246, 037, 597
247 713,162
256, 661, 613
259, 633, 792
262, 704, 889
272, 414, 938
279, 577, 275
287. 225, 956
296, 525, 425
298. 948, 055
306; 122, 692
314, 717,133
315, 157, 889
318, 237, 956
323, 236,070
327, 483,509
327, 370, 600
330, 024,554
327 877, 885
322, 155, 271
324 153, 908
323 122, 508
323; 632, 930
332,
330, 009, 091
330, 798,215
342, 830, 669
344, 210, 386
339, 986,527
349, 483, 351
341 295,126
345, 297, 954
357 024, 739
362; 692, 507
368, 005, 721
382, 352, 710
385, 394,944
387: 898, 562
380; 309, 695
379, 377, 614
381, 343, 739
390, 930, 736
369; 076. 222
343, 343; 588
339, 441, 689
334, 551, 671
330, 292,191
330, 010, 585
325, 906, 880
320, 867, 909
328, 342, 676
326, 439,111
323, 543, 485
317, 350,766
304. 291, 830
297. 695, 958
883, 323

67

TREASURER.
No.

2 9 . — A S S E T S O F T H E TREASURY I N E X C E S S OF CERTIFICATES AND T R E A S U R Y
N O T E S AT T H E END O F EACH MONTH, FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.

Gold.
1889—Novem ber
Deceraber
1890—Jauuary
Februa'ry
March
April
May
Juiie
July
August
September
October
Noveraber
Deceraber
1891—January
February
March
April
May
June
July
Augilist
September
OctobjBr
Noveraber
Deceraber
i892^J anuary
February
March
ApriL
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
1893—J au u a r y
February
March
April
May
Julie
July
August
September
October
Noveraber...
Deceraber
1894—J a n u a r y
February
March
April
May
J une
July
August
Septeraber.
October
November
Deceraber
1895—January
February
March
April
*
May
June
'
July
August
September
October
November
Deceraber
1896—J a n u a r y
February
March
April

496, 672
$41,763,278
190, 833,052
38, 243. 433
177, 386, 285
45,961,857
47,314,841
187. 988, 948
44,955,052
185, 287;715
186, 235, 572
45. 928. 042
47.189, 821
190, 544. 854
49. 504. 543
100, 232, 405
49. 988. 781
184, 092.074
43,682,333
185, 837.581
33.154, 328
147, 981.732
29,670,450
156, 315,624
27.210,815
1.62, 439. 381
27,341,663
148. 972, 935
35, 350.160
141, 728.097
37, 091, 690
149, 712,824
148, 118,150
34, 315, 059
32, 092, 709
141, 742,241
36,021,716
133, 207,164
41,769,409
117, 667, 723
42,137,506
.121, 113.024
30, 569. 667
132. 471,409
2-2,893,709
132. 523, 222
20. 249. 056
127, 074, 422
19,065, 079
129, 193,224
18,831,672
13U, 740,631
574,905
22, 397, 291
119,
18, 732, 111
J 22, 122,113
19, 245, 653
125, 815,040
18,495,401
11.9, 909,757
18.747,357
114,,231,883
114, 342.367 • 19,490,242
UO, 444,391
19,114, 537
16,731, 391
114, 156,316
15,391,622
119, 395, 509
14,448, 348
124, 006,120
14. 234. 593
124, 409,657
121, , 266, 663 15, 588, 884
16,900,932
108, 181,713
19, 273, 557
103, 284, 219
18.915,291
106, 892,224
21,011,187
97, 011,330
21,657, lUO
95, 048,641
18,653,079
95, 485.414
16,468, 207
99 202. 933
009.123 . 16,491,115
96.
93, ,582,172
21,964,911
84. 384, 863
21,083,060
82. 959,049
17, 711; 977
80 891,600
17,004.728
65. 650,175
23, 512. 859
106, 527, 068
24, 449. 645
JU6 149.136
27,753 628
100, . 202, OOi) 28. 289. 413
178. 693 267
29. 555, 253
33,619.911
64, 873.025
36,941,818
54 975 607
55 216,900
35, 797, 984
27,684,367
58. 875 317
23,734.845
61, 361.827
21,506,304
105, 424.569
22,133,941
86 244,445
29, 868, 571
44, 705. 967
32. 338, 336
87. 085.511
36 183,035
90, 643 307
38. 013, 832
91, 247.145
41,985.200
99, 151,409
46. 518. 599
107, 512.363
46,900,752
107. 236. 487
43. 179,804
100. 329 837
33 1)76.408
92 911,974
28. 534, 623
92 943. 180
26. 725. 569
79. 333 966
27, 612, 627
63 262 268
36 483,200
49 845 508
38, 000, 237
123, 962,980
35, 817, 038
128 646,401
38, 682, 424
125. 393 900
108, 345 234
44. 501, 477

$187,

-

'

'
.

:...

.

May




Silver.

Notes.

Othe

$19, 070, 995 $48, 077, 045
11. 174, 280
41.586.234
13.778,984
38. 509. 953
13,933,179
34.033.710
10,856,853
32, 312.. 879
11,151,947
32, 776, 502
14,182.094
31,468,070
16,155,957
31.916,024
16,929,771
32, 798,090
17, 870, 038
35.137,010
11.358.301
34.772,735
11,497,550_
33.309, 599
10,291,808
29. 937, 697
8.738.935
30,239,753
17,017,953
29. 812; 404
15, 656. 224
30, 520, 820
8, 092, 282
30, 271, 993
9,263,104
29,974,191
14, 366, 827
29, 906, 843
17,022,170
28, 700,419
16, 758, 350
27,137,109
23.193,152
21, 289, 517
21, 598, 734
14,845,797
20,874,762
11,352.608
20,506,912
10, 369, 827
20,254,009
10, 330,862
11, 867, 273
20, 027, 992
9,509.414
18,934,905
8.817,338
18,786,732
7,821.561
21,476,057
9,892,412
18, 347, 226
17,336;589
14,073,483
16,894,155
17, 850, 385
18.814.458 : 16,357,286
19,971,995
16, 275, 838
16, 436. .536
. 13,302.601
16,035,118
12,425, 779
16,061,920
17, 396, 502
15,975,811
24, 324.191
15,681,504
24,254,642
15,954, 641
23. 578,180
16,095,105
26, 409, 873
26, 631, 839
16, 254. 388
24.381.599
21, 930, 590
17,044,003
22. 563, 972
17,057,292
17, 685, 476
16,562,432
17, 213, 277
15 947.360
20, 421, 870
17.699,114
17, 220,993
18,646.714
16,154, 235
19,209,583
16, 688, 354
29 868,385
16, 320. 829
25.711,931
16 538,984
16, 840, 719
25, 504, 725
16, 939, 322
36,966,977
17,395, 264
43 294.946
17,466.156
47 845, 855
17.830,897
58. 007, 004
16,365, 597
58,774,176
16, 406, 248
45,556,671
16, 729,474
43. 208, 974
16,197,719
68.044,080
16,156,715
91, 961,164
16,534,018
89.377,508
16.224,165
86. 242, 639
16,797,028
74, 695, 707
16 483,721
06.486. 683
16, 903,120
60, 919, 741
15, 920, 824
55 540, 076
15. 817, .540
65, 248, 472
16,047,106
85,126. 229
15,513,186
84, 043, 949
15, 525. 261
96 548,223
15. 352, 088
113,327.791
16,159. 325
109 522.921
25,624,630
112.672,711
28, 200, 349
119,395,846
27,991,933
116,137,048
130, 995, 420
22, 277,866

Total.
$296,407, 990
281, 836, 999
275, 637, 079
283.270,678
273, 412,499
276. 092,063
283, 384, 839
287,808,929
283.808.716
282, 526,962
227, 267, 096
230, 793, 223
229, 879,701
215, 293, 286
223, 908, 614
232, 981, 558
220, 797,484
213, 072, 245
213, 502, 550
205,159,721
. 207,145, 995
207,523, 745
191, 861,462
180,150, 848
179,135, 042
180,157,174
173, 367, 461
169, 298, 543
172, 664, 763
167, 702, 776
161,218,878
165,242,681
164, 303, 468
166, 059, 451
171, 034, 964
168,193, 605
167,105.147
170,313,969
165, 382, 047
162, 493, 922
165, 340, 336
160, 527, 495
159, 591, 968
160, 450, 682
155, 279,115
1.47, 243, 006
149, 322, 792
141.837,153
135;591,133
133,297,277
125, 060, 971
177,105, 927
176,153,679
170, 836, 866
162,154,819
159,183,146
157,229,436166. 352, 785
161, 699,457
147, 059, 591
186, 869, 321
192, 620,185
182, 692, 417
225, 335, 373
229.293,146
.220. 753, 712
224. 107. 013
231,853.823
225,598,139
224,575, 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

68
NOc

REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.
S 9 . — A S S E T S OF THE 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 AND TREASURY
NOTES AT T H E E N D OF EACH MONTH, FROM J U N E , 1878—Continuecl.

Grold.
1896—June
July
August
September..
October
November..
Deceraber . .
1897—January....
Febru.ary ..
March
April
May
Juno
July
Au.gusi . . . .
September..
October . . . .
Noveni hi r . .
December..
1898-Jauuai-.v....
FebruMi-y...
March
April
May
June
July
August
Sepl[eiiiber..
October
November..
December..
1899—Janiiji.ry..-.
February...
March..'
April
May
Juno
July
August
September..

No.

$101,
110,
100,
124,
117,
131,
137,
144,
148,
151,
153,
144,
140.
140,
144,
147,
153,
157,
160,
164,
167,
174,
181,
171,
167,
180,
217,
243,
239,
241,
246,
228.
231,
245,
246,
228,
240,
245,
248,
254,

Silver.

699,605
718,746
957,561
034,672
126,524
510, 353
316, 544
800, 493
661, 209
786,464
340, 890
319,562
790, 738
817,699
216, 376
663,105
573. 148
363, 851
911,547
236, 793
623,182
584,135
238,137
818. 055
0.04, 410
444,714
904, 485
297, 543
885,163
663, 443
529,175
652, 341
124,. 638
413,706
140,225
415,239
737, 211
254, 534
757,972
328,821

Notes.

Other.

$52, 455, 925 $134,524,197
$18,114. 936
54,610,196
1.1.4, 058, 648
,.17, 263.185
41,166, 527
125, 615, 408
17, 992, 277
31, 209, 091
Iil, 703, 443
18,171,245
28, 052, 340
109,5i7,074
17, 639, 362
31,691,0i9
88. 098, 383
17.137, 873
33,143, 505
84, 907, 287
17, 286, 645
34, 001, 536
65, 838, 067
17,938,241
56,431,043
34, 399, 485
17, 868, 857
61, 968, 804
35, 890, 7^9
17.891,239
62, 1D6, 583
38, 045, 891
18,095,819
41,213,870
18,129,556
68, 297, 885
47, 590, 275
19.168,953
72, 960, 440
49, 881, 210
69, 995, 248
18, 753, 823
38, 832, 869
63,018,517
18,1J 5, 652
27, 527,168
67, 393, 524
18,713,882
27,199, 745
51, 950, 355
18, 489, 756
26, .564,136
43, 652, 905
38, 907, 251
48, 976, 319
50,298, 7.59
24, 247, 812
34, 780,143
41,338,200
31,628,940
43,709, 522
33, 084, 003
26,902, 128
4S, 120; 768
32, 644, 274
21,046,357
37. 548, 969
30, 507, 396
17, 516, 429
34,779,188
29, 807, 698
20, 865,495
41, 375,861
40,133,818
23,163, 517
55, 822, 979
59, 757, 087
25, 547, 250
21,150, 242 • 62, 760, -785 67, 282, 202
82, 526, 725
17, 333, 559
42,920,113
96,566,313
16, 918, 920
26, 247, 068
95, 434,101
20,842,51.2
14, 279, 293
95, 235, 856
20, 860, 958
14,357,570
89,665,721
22.604,592
.18,192,589
85,791,121
20, 286. 798
15, 619, 902
89,019,132
12,548,696
17, 578, 940
85. 682, 065
12, 749, 263
18, 237, 351
82.149, 681
12, 786, 250
19,1^8,281
79; 447, 289
12,840, 603
19,709,432
78,040,118
11,410,998
19, 892, 859
81, 388, 868
8,911,189
21, 878, 651
83,932,113
8, 307, 288
20, 706,963

Total.
$306, 794, 663
296, 650; 775
285, 731, 773
285, lis, 451
2~2, 335. 300
268, 437. 658
272, 653, 981
262, 578, 337
257, 360, 594
• 267, 537, 286
271,63.9,183
271, 960, 873
280, 510, 406
279, 447, 980'
264,183, 414
261,297,679
251,213,004
266, 488,143.
284, 434, 437
271, 984, 076
271, 318, 835
276, 395, 534
266,810,931
257, 270. 436
271, 677. 636
330, 572, 030
369, 097, 714
386, 077, 940'
379, 617. 404
372, 219, 349
376, 983, 568
359,115,243
352, 822,459
364, 558, 474
362, 808. 904
342, 549, 451
352, 734, 535
354, 598, 509
360, 936, 680
367, 275,185

3 0 . — U N I T E D STATES N O T E S O F EACH DENOMINATION ISSUED, R E D E E M E D , AND'
. OUTSTANDING AT T H E CLOSE O F EACH P^ISCAL YEAR.
I

Denomination.

'fnr.-"nT«'-^i---i-

1862.
F i v e dollars
Ten dollars
T'Aventy dol'ar.s
Fiftydollars
One h u n d r e d dollars

Redeeraed
d u r i n g y e a r . T o t a l redeeraed. O u t s t a u d i n g .

$17,140, 000
15, 440, 01)0
15, 040, O O
U
13, 000, OOi)
13, 000, OUO
13,000,000
12, 000, 000

$2, 000, 000. O
U

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
1.7, 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
46,140. 00
62,160.00
44, 000. 00
1,300.00
1, 000. 00
1, 000. 00

13, 032.-00
5, 044. 00
59, 735.-00
46, 140. 00
62,160. 00
44, 000. 00
1,300.00
1, 000. 00
2, 001, 000. 00

15,986,968.00
16. 994, 956. 00
79, 940, 265. 00
89, 953, 860. 00
74, 937, 840. 09
23, 036, 000. 00
30,798,700.00
26,499, 000. 00
29. 499. 000. 00

291,260,000 1 389.880.000

233,411.00

2,233,411.00

387, 646, 589. 00

$17,140, 000
. . . . 15, 440, 000
15,040,000
13, 000, 000
13, 000, 000
13, 000, 000
12, 000, 000
One t h o u s a u d d o l l a r . s . . .
Total

•

''

1

$2, 000, 000. 00

$17i 140,000. 09
15 440, 000. 00'
15, 040, 000. 00
13, 000, 000. 00
13, 000, 000. 00
13,000,000.00
10, 000, 000. 00

2 000, 000. 00 1 96, 020, 000. 00

1863.
One dollar
T w o dol lars
F i v e dollars
Ten dollars
. . .
T w e u t y dollars
Fiftydollars
One h u n d r e d doilars
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
One t h o u s a n d dollars
Total




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—

69

TREASURER.
No.

3 0 o — U N I T E D STATES NOTES OF EACH DENOMINATION ISSUED, R E D E E M E D , AND
OUTSTANDING AT T H E CLOSE OF EACH F I S C A L YEAR—Continued.

rotal redeeraed. Outstanding.

One dollar..
Two dollars
r i v e dollars
' 15.700,000
Teu dollars
18, 880, OOu
Twenty dollars
11. 919, 680
Fiftv dollars
i 6. 975,200
On eh und red dollars
< 3,544, 000
Five hundred dollars
j 7, 414,000
•One thousaud d o l l a r s . . . . . . . 17, 904, 000

$96, 759. 35
$16, 946, 000
62, 648. 05
17,768,000
175,290.50
95,700,000
156, 233. 50
108, 880, UOO
231,622.00
86,919,680
90, 622. 50
30, 0.55, 200
181, 400. 00
34, 344, 000
33, 914, 000 8.467, 500. 00
49, 404, 000 10, 304, 000. 00

$109, 791. 35 $16, 836,208. 65
17, 700,307. 95
07, 692. 05
95, 464,974.50
235, 025. 50
202, 373. 50 108,677, 626.50
293, 782. 00 86, 625,898.00
134, 622. 50
29, 920,577. 50
182, 700. 00
34, 161.300. 00
8, 468, 500; 00 25, 445.500.00
12, 305, 000. 00 37, 099,UOO. 00

Totai
Unknown, iu reserve.

473, 930. 880 19, -766, 075.90
4, 631,190

21,999,486.90

469, 299, 690 19,766,075.90

21, 999, 486. 90 447, 300, 203.10

84, 050, i

Net.

451,931,393.10
4,631,190.00

1805.
One dollar
Two dollars
Five dollars.-..
Ten dollars
Twenty dollars
Fifty dollars
One'hundred dollars..
Five hundred dollars.
One thousaud dollars.

1,186, 000
2,128, 000
963, 820
1,125, 040

18,132, 000
19, 896, 000
96. 663. 820
110,005,040
86,919,680
30, 055, 200
34, 344. UOO
33, 014. 000
49, 404, 000

260, 954.40
260, 574. 20
394, 275. 50
311, 263.00
526, 033. 00
190, 947. 50
333, 140. 00
632, 475.00
1, 344,000. 00

370, 745.75 17, 761, 254. 25
328, 266. 25 19, 567,733. 75
629, 301. 00 96, 034, 519. 00
513, 636. 50 109, 491, 403. 50
819, 815. 00 86,099, 865. 00
325, 570. 00 29, 729, 630. 00
515, 840. 00 33, 828,160. 00
9,100, 975. 00 24, 813, 025. 00
13, 649, 000. 00 35, 755, 000. 00

Total
Unknown, iu reserve.

5, 402, 860

479, 333, 740
22, 014,162

4, 253, 662. 60

26,253,149.50

5, 402, 860

457,319,578

4, 253, 662. 60

26, 253,149. 50 431,066,42-7.

18, 846, 000
20, 560, 000
96, 663, 820
110. 005, 040
86, 919, 680
30, 055, 200
34, 344, 000
44, 914, 000
71,404, 000

1,266, 495.15
1,421, 898. 50
588, 593. 50
473, 548. 00
969, 532. 00
406, 892. 50
•552, 675.00
387, 425. 00
672, 800.00

1, 637, 240. 90
1,750,164.75
1, 217, 894. 50
987,184. 50
I, 789, 347. 00
. 732, 462. 50
I, 068, 515. 00
9, 488, 400. 00
14,321,800.00

34, 378, 000

513,711, 740
79, 932,425

6,739, 859. 65

32, 993, 009.15 480, 718, 730. 85
79,932,425.00

34, 378, 000

433, 779, 315

6,739,;

32, 993, 009.15 400, 786, 305. 85

1, 500, 000
2, 000, 000

20,346, 000
22, 560, 000
96, 663, 820
110, 005, 040
86,919,680
30, 055, 200
34, 344, UOO
46, 954. 000
127, 816, UOO

Net .

453, 080, 590. 50
22, 014,162. 51

1866.
One dollar
Two dollars
Five dollaJrs
Ten dollars
Twenty dollars
Fifty dollars
Oneh undred dollars..
Five hundred dollars.
One thousand dollars.
Total
Unknown, in reserve.

Net.

714,000
664,000

11, 000, 000
22, 000, 000

i.65

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

1867.
One dollar
Two dollars
Fivedollars
,
Ten dollars
Twenty dollars
Fifty (.iollars
One hundred dollars..
Five luindred dollars.
One thousand dollars.

1868.
One dollar;.
,
Two dollars
Five dollars
Ten dollars
Twenty dollars
Fifty dollars
One nundred dollars..
Five liundred dollars.
One thousaud dollars.
Total
Unknown, in reserve.
Net.




4, 857,924.15
5, 441,881. 85
31, 615,573. 25
23, 666,479. 25
20, 927,557. 00
3,717, 737. 50
6, 331,565. 00
14, 789,725. UO
78, 725,700.00

61, 952, 000

575, 663, 740 157, 081,133.85
13, 806, 000

190,074,143.00

61, 952, 000

Total
Unknown, in reserve.

3, 220, 683. 25
3,691,71.7.10
30, 397, 678. 75
22, 679, 294. 75
19, 138, 210. 00
2, 985, 275. 00
5, 263, 050. 00
5, 301, 325. 00
64, 403, 900. 00

561,857,740 157, 081,133.85

190, 074,143.00 371, 783, 597. 00

2, 040, 000
56, 412, 000

2,'483, 348
3, 510, 696

.2,032,000
8,112, 000

22, 829, 348
26, 070, 696
96, 663, 820
110, 005, 040
86,919, 680
30, 055, 200
34, 344, OOU
48, 986, UOO
135, 928, 000

4, 297,683. 25
4, 667,751. 70
2, 210,801. 25
3, 506,372. 50
2, 391,665. 00
841, 932.50
974, 975.00
1, 504,975. 00
5, 459,000. 00

9,155, 607.40
10,1U9, 633.55
33,826, 374.50
27,172, 851. 75
23, 319. 222. 00
4, 559; 670. 00
7, 30C, 540. 00
16, 294, 700.00
84,184, 700. 00

15, 488,075.85
17,118,lis. 15
65, 048,246. 75
86, 338,560. 75
65, 992,123. 00
26, 337,462. 50
28, 012,435. 00
32,164, 275.00
49, 090,300.00
385, 589, 597. 00
13,806,000.00

13, 673,740. 60
15,961, 062.45
62,837, 445. 50
82, 832,18S. 25
63, 600,458. 00
25, 495,530. 00
27, 037,460. 00
32, 691,300. 00
51, 743,300. 00

16,138, 044

591,801, 784 25, 855,156. 20
19, 872, 484

215, 929, 299. 20 375, 872, 484. 80
19, 872, 484. 80

16,138,044

571, 929, 300 25, 855,156. 20

215, 929, 299. 20 356, 000, 000. 00

70

REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.

M o . SOo—UNITED 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 , ANI>
0UTST.\NDI.NO A T THE C L O S E OF EACH FiSCAL Y E A R — C o u t i u i i e d .
I s s u e d dur- T o t a l i s s u e d .
ing year.

Denomination.
1869.
O n e dollar
r,
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e u dollars
T w e u t y dollars
Fiftydollars
O u e ' h u n d red dollars
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
One thousand dollars.

$5, 522, 000
8, 000. 432
4, 336,180
8, 004, 960
16, 000, 320

Redeemed
d u r i n g year.

Total redeemed. Outstandiug.

$28,351,348 $4, 929, 028./40
34, 071,128
5, 287, 765. 90
101, 000, O U 6, 641, 495. 50
O
118,U10,00U
6, 833, 888. 00
102, 920. 000
5, 816, 229. 00
30, 055, 200
7, 211, 355. 00
40, 000, 000
6, 010, 285. 00
58, 986, 000
7, 548, 475. 00
155, 928, O U 7, 669, 000. 0.0
U

$14, 084, 635. 80 $14, 26G, 712. 20
15, 397, 399. 45
18, 673, 728. 55
40,467, 870. 00
60, 532,130. 00
34, 006, 739. 75
84, 003, 260. 25
29,135, 451. 00 73, 784, 549.00
11,771,025.00
18, 284,175. 00
13, 316, 825. 00
26, 683,175. 00
23, 843,175. 00
35,142, 825. OO
91, 853, 700. 00
64, 074, 300. 00

77,519,892

669, 321, 676
39, 444, 855

57,947,521. 80

273,876, 821. 00

395, 444, 855. 00
39, 444, 855. 00

: . . . . 77, 519, 892

629, 876, 821

57, 947, 521. 80

273, 876, 821. 00

356,000 000 OO

8, 220, 000
14, 032, 000
19, 580, 000
37,920,000
23, 760, O O
U
20, 600, 000
28, 600, 000

36, 571, 348
48,103,128
120, 580, 000
155, 930, 000
126, 680, 000
50, 655, 200
68, 600, 000
58, 986, 000
155, 928, 000

4,422, 884. 45
5,209,611.30
9, 493, 971. 25
17, 681, 072. 50
9, 685, 403. 00
6, 677, 217. 50
6, 721, 460. 00
11, 495, 475. 00
23,968,000.00

18, 507, 520. 25
20, 607, 010. 75
49, 961, 841. 25
51, 687, 812. 25
38, 820. 854. 00
18,448, 242. 50
20, 038, 285. 00
35, 338, 650. 00
11.5.821.700.00

18,063,827.75
27,496,11.7.25
70, 618,158. 75
104, 242,187. 75
87, 859,146. 00
32, 206, 957. 50
48, 561, 715. 00
23, 647, 350. 00
40,106, 300. 00

152, 712, 000

822, 033, 676

95,355.095.00 |

369,231,916.00

452,801.760.00

'.

5, 656, 000
10, UOO, 000
20, UOO, 000

' Total
U n k n o w n , iu r e s e r v e
Net
1870.
One dollar
Two.dollar.s
F i v e dollars
Ten dollars
T w e n t y dollars
F i f t y dollar,s
O n e ' h u n d r e d dollars
F i v e h u u d r e d dollars
One thousand dollars
Total
Less reserve:
One dollar
Two dollars
F i v e doilars
i
Ten dollars
T w e n t y dollars
F i f t y dollars
Oue hundred dollars
F i v e h u n d r e d doUars
One t h o u s a u d d o l l a r s

1,060
893,000
14, 000, 000
21, 366, 000
16, 360, 000
10, 055, O U
O
23, 085, 700
2,041,000
9, 000, 000
96, 801, 760

.

Total
Net:
One d o l l a r
TAVO 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
O n e h u u d r e d dollars
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
One thousaud dollars

--

--

1 060 OO
893 O O 00
U
14, 000, 000. 00
21, 36o, UOO. 00
16 360 O O 0'>
U
10, 055, OUU. UO
23, 085, 700. 00
2,041,000.00
9, 000, 000. 00
96 801, 760 OO

36, 570, 288
47, 210,128
106, 580, 000
134, 564, 000110, 320, 000
40, 600, 200
45, 514, 300
56. 945, 000
146, 928, 000

4,422, 884.45
5, 209, 611. solo, 053, 996. 25
19, 001, 072. 50
21, 605, 403. 00
9, 223, 617. 50
11, 411, 460.00
16,433, 475. U
O
37, 812, UUO. 00

18, 507, 520. 25
20, 607, 010. 75
49, 961. 841. 25
51, 687, 812. 25
38, 820, 854. 00
18, 448, 242. 50
20, 038, 285. 00
35, 338, 650. 00
115, 821, 700. 00
369, 231, 916. 00

356, UOO, UOO. OO

23, 509, 728. 70
27,428,871.55
63. 978, 373. 50
68. 685, 653. 75
55,428, 647. 00
23, 537, 562. 50
28, 954,165. 00
51, 408, 525. 00
146, 888, 700. 00

725,231,9.16 135,173,520. 00

Total -

18, 062, 767. 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, 606, 350. 00
31, IUG, 3UU. 00

20,541,170. 30
25, 766. 256. 45
48,461,626.50
77,144,346.25
67, 886, 3'53. 00
23, 617, 637. 50
25, 265, 835. 00
30, 877, 475.00
36,439, 300. 00

1871.
O n e 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
O n e 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 u d dollars

7, 480. 611
44,050, 899
53,195,128
5, 985, U O
O
112,440, 000
5,860,UOO
145, 830, 000
11,266,000
123, 315, 000
12, 995, 000
6. 555, U O
U
47,155, 200
8, 7U5, 700 , 54,220,000
25, 341,000
82, 286, O O
U
36, 400, 000
183, 328, 000

5, 002, 208.45
6, 821, 860. 80
14, 016, 532. 25
16, 997, 841. 50
16, 607, 793. 00
5, 089, 320. 00
8, 915, 880. 00
16,069,875.00
31, 067, 000. 00

• 489, 820, 227. 00 356,000,000.00

120,588,311

Total

845, 820, 227 120, 588, 311. 00

9, 931, 304
9,172, 000
9. 902, 500
•12,210,000
13, OUI, 000
4, 035, 000
5, U98,UOO
1, 258, 000
4, 932, O U
U

53, 982, 203
5, 724, 516. 60
62, 367,128
7,566,791.99
122,402, 500 11, 658, 6U4.00
158, 040, 000 13,584,505.50
136, 316, O U 13, 264, 976. 50
O
51,190, 200
2,700.294.50
59, 318, O O 4, 722, 665. 00
U
83, 544. O O 4, 409, 450. 00
U
188, 20U,'0U0
4, 468. 000. 00 •

29, 234, 245. 30
34, 995, 663. 45
75, 636, 977. 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

24,747,057.70
27,371,464.55
46, 765, 522. 50
75, 769, 840. 75
67, 622, 376. 50
24, 952, 343. 00
25, 641,170. 00
27. 726, 025. 00
36,903,300.00

69, 599, 804

915,420,031 i 68. 099. S04.U0

.557, 920, 031. 00

357, 5UU, OUO. 00

1872.
One dollar
T w o dollars
Five dollars.. ^
Ten dollars
T w e n t y dollars
F i f t y clollars
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 thousaud dollars
Total




.

71

TREASURER.
No,

3 0 . — U N I T E D STATES NOTES OF EACH DENOMINATION ISSUED, R E D E E M E D , AND
OUTSTANDING AT T H E CLOSE OF EACH F I S C A L Y^EAR—Contimied.
I s s u e d dur- T o t a l i s s u e d .
ing year.

Denomination.
. 1873.
On 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'huudred dollars
F i v e h u u d r e d dollars
One t h o u s a n d dollars
.

$60, 963, 770
70,183,128
131, 940, 000
167, 970, 000
146,600,000
54,190, 200
64,110,000
86,611.000
196,371,000

$6, 517, 793. 20
7. 712, 608. 55
9, 903, 055. 00
12, 367, 770. 75
10, 732, 676. 50
1, 755, 408. 00
2, 692, 370. 00
5, 529, 025.00
6, 808, 300. 00

$35, 752, 038.50
42, 708, 272:00
85, 540, 032.50
94, 637, 930. 00
79,426,300.00
27, 993, 325. 00
36, 369, 200.00
61,347,000.00
158,165,000.00

$25,211,731.50
27, 474, 856. 00
46, 399, 967. 50
73, 332, 070.00
67,173, 700. 00
26,196, 875. OO
27,740, 800. OO
25, 264, 000. OO
38, 206, 000. OO

-. 63,519,067 1 978,939,098

64, 010. 067.00
1, 000, 000. 00

021, 939, 098. 00
1, 000, 000.00

357, 000, 000. OO
1, 000, 000. 00'

65, 019, 067. 00

622, 939, 098. 00

356, 000, 000. OO

69, 895, 439
8, 571, 888. 50
80,360,648
9, 534, 938. U
U
144, 535, 760
8,452, 272. 50
183, 635, 240 12.273,385.00
160, 778, 400
8, 887, 230. 00
59,420, 200
2, 030, 775. 00
73, 613, 300
2, 695, 400. 00
103, 676, O U 34,118,000. U
O
U
223, 428, 000. 7, 840, 000.00

44. 323, 927. 00
52, 243, 210. 00
93, 992, 305. 00
106,911,315.00
88. 313, 530. 00
30; 024,100. 00
39,064, 600. 00
95,465, 000. 00
166, 005, 000.00

25,571,512.00
28.117, 438. OO
50, 543, 455. OO
76. 723, 925. 00
72, 464, 87U. UO
29, 396,100. OO
34, 548, 700. OO
8, 211, 000. OO
57,423, OOU. OO

Net

•

1874.

8,931,069
10,177,520
12, 595, 760
15, 665, 240
14,178,400
5, 230, 000
9,503,300
17, 065, 000
27, 057, 000

O n e 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
Oue h u u d r e d dollars
F i v e h u u d r e d dollars
O n e - t h o u s a n d dollars

120, 403, 889 1, 099, 342, 987

716, 342,987.00
1,000, 000. 00

383, 000, 000. CO
1, 000, 000. 00

94, 403, 889. 00

717, 342,987. 00

382, 000, 000. 00

12, 780, 804. 50
12, 706, 512. 00
12,617,201.50
17,129, 380. 00
15, 242, 828.00
7, OOG, 850.00
6, 620. 800. 00
• 5, 463, 000. 00
20, 479, OUU. 00

57,104,731.50
64, 949, 722. 00
106,609,506.50
124,040, 695. 00
103, 556, 358. 00
37,120,950. 00
45, 685, 400. 00
100. 928, 000. 00
186,484, 000.00

27, 416, 8(n. 50
26, 345, 320. 00
44, 852, 253. 50
73,154, 54;). 00
67,382,042.00
31, 259, i m . UO
31, 218, 600. OO
30,698, Olio. UO
44, 444, UOO. (.10

103,907, 956 1, 203, 250, 943 110,136, 376.00

826, 479, 363. 00
1, 000, 000. 00

376, 771, 580. O
O
1, 000. 000. UO

103, 907, 956 1, 203, 250, 943 n o , 136, 376.00

827, 4:79,363. 00

375, 771, 58U. OO

97, 966, 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

12, 854,110. 60
11, 656, 846.40
11, 614, 081. 00
14, 945, 686. 00
13,187, 379. 00
5, 922,185. 00
9, 670, 760. 00
9, 379, 500. 00
7, 940, 500. 00

69, 958, 848.10
76, 606, 568. 40
118,223, 587. 50
138, 986, 381. 00
116, 743, 737. 00
43, 043,135. 00
.55,362,160.00
110, 307, 500. 00
194, 424, 500. 00

28, 007, 504. 90
27,480, 479. 60
46,318,172.50
69, 404, 85!). 00
66, 378, 663. UO
35,488, 765. OO
27, 221, 840. 00
33, 768, 500. 00
36,703,500. 00

91,177, 7.58 1, 294,428, .701

Net

94,403, 889. 00

120,403, 889 1, 099, 342, 987

Total
U n k n o w n destroved
•

Total redeemed. Outstanding.

63,519,067 i 978,939,098

Total

$6,981,567
7. 816,000
9, 537, 500
9, 930, 000
10, 284, 000
3, 000. 000
4, 792, 000
3,067,000
8,111,000.

Redeemed
duriug year.

97,177, 054. 00

923, 656, 417. 00 370, 772, 284. 00
1,000,000.00.
1,000. 000. 00

91,177, 758 1, 294.428, 701

97,177,054. 00

924, 656, 417. U 369, 772, 284. 00
O

12, 994, 606.10
11, 542, 653. 40
11,199, 948. 50
12,189,152.00
11, 931, 466. 00
5, 559,155. 00
4, 796, 870. 00
5, 617, 000. 00
6, 618, 000. 00

82, 953, 454. 20
88,149,221.80
129,423, 536. 00
151,175,533.00
128, 675, 203. 00
48, 602,-290. 00
60,159, 030.00
115, 924, 500. 00
201. 042, 500. 00

1875.
14, 626,156
10,934,400
6, 926. 000
13,560,000
10,160,000
8, 960,700
3, 290, 700
27,950,OUO
7,500,000

T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fiftydollars
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
Net

84, 521, 595
91, 295, 048
151,461,760
197,195, 240
170,938,400
68, 380, 900
76,904, 000
13L626,000
230,928,000

1876.
O n e dollar
T wo d o l l a r s
F i v e dollars
T e u dollars .
Fifty doilars
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s
F i v e hundred dollars.
One thousand dollars

13, 444,'758
12,792,000
13, 080, 000
'• - - 11,196,000
12,184,000
10,151, 000
5, 680, 000
12, 450, 000
. 200,000

Total
Net

.
• 1877.

10,147, 399
9, 432, 000
14,180,000
F i v e dollars
7, 320, 000
Ten dollars
T w e u t y dollars
. . . 8,160, 000
5, 983, 300
Fifty dollars
0, 985, 200
One'hundred dollars . . .
F i v e b u n d r e d dollars
. . . 5,733, 000
4,500, O U
O
O n e t h o u s a n d dollars
One dollar

108,113,752'
113, 519, 048
178, 721, 760
215, 711, 240
191, 282, 400
84, 515, 200
89, 509, 200
149, 809, 000
235,628,000

25,160,297.80
25, 369, 826. 20
49,298,224.00
64, 535, 707; 00
62, 6U7,197. UO
35,912,910.00
29,410,170.00
33, 884, 500. 00
34, 585, 500. OO

•

Total...

72, 440, 899 1,366,869,600

82, 448, 851'. 00 1, 006,105, 268.00
1, 000, 000. 00

360, 764, 3n2. 00
1, UUO, 000. OO

Net.

72,440, 899 • 1, 366, 869, 600

82, 448, 851. 00 1, 007,105, 268. 00

359,704. 332. 00




72

REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.

N o . S O . — U N I T E D STATKS NOTES OF EACH DENOMINATION I S S U E D , R E D E E M E D , AND
OUTSTANDING AT I H E CLOSE O F . EACH FISCAL .Y^EAR—Continned.

Denoniinar.io
1878.
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"^liuudred dollars . . .
Five hundred dollars...
Oue thousand dollars...
Total
Unknown, destroyed
Net.

I s s u e d durin;;- y e a r . T o t a l i s s u e d .

Redeeraed
during- v e a r .

$7, 502, 351 $11.5, 676.103 $11, -792, 774. 50
6,288.000
n o , 807, 048 10, 746. 87S. 00
15, c^2U, 000
194, 541, 760 10, 448, 667. 50
11, 380, UOO
227, 091, 240 10, 364. 063. 00
9, 200, 000
200, 482, 400 9, 086, 554. 00
87, 715, 200 11,930,230.00
3, 20U, O O
U
95, 977, 800 4,194,100. 00
6. 408, 600
154, 626, 000 7, 823, UOO. 00
4, 817, 000
238,228,000
3, 973, 000. 00
2, 600, 000

T o t a l redeeraed. O u t s t a u d i n g

$94, 746, 228. 70
. 98, 890, 099. 80
139,872,203.50
101,539,596.00
137, 761, 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, 669 556.50
65, 551 644.00
62, 720, 643. 00
27,182, 680.00
31, 624,670.00
30, 878,500. 00
33, 212,500. 00

07,275,951 1, 434,145, 551 80, 359, 267. 00 1, 086, 464, 535. 00 347, 681,016. 00
1,000,000. OU
1, 000, 000. 00
.' 07,27.5,051 1, 434,14.5. 551 SU, 359, 2G7. OU I, 0S7, 464, 535. 00 346, 681, 016. 00

1879.

.

O n e dollar
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e n dollars
T w e u t y dollars
Fifty dollars
One h u u 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 t h o u s a n d dollars
Total
U n k n o w n , destroyed .
• Net

i
' G, 503,133
' 5.892,000
11, 060, 000
• 9, 280, 000
7, 400, 000
2, 4U0. OOU
• 5, 007,7U0
'
' 5, 65U. UOO
i 3,900, 000
4, 0U5,000
3, 010, 000
04,107, 833

122,179, 236 9, 223, 026. 50
125, 699, 048 8, 710, 295. 00
205,601.760 11,622,443.50
236, 371, 240 10,193, 082. OU
207, 882, 400 9, 649, 756. 00
90,115, 200 4, 059, 340. 00
100, 985, 500 4, 593, 890. 00
160, 276, 000 3, 959, OUO. OU
242,128,000
2, 042, 000. 00
4, 005, 000
5, 000. UO
3, 010, 000
50. O'OO. 00
1,253,384

103,969, 255. 20
107. 600. 394.SO
151,494, 647. 00
171,732, 678. 00
.147,411, 513. 00
64, 591, 860. 00
68, 947, 020. 00
127, 706, 500. 00
207, 057, 500. 00
. 5,UOO. UO
50, 000. 00

18, 209, 980. 80
18, 092,653. 20
54,107, 113.00
64, 638,562. 00
60, 470,887. CO
25, 523,340. 00
32, 038,480. 00
32, 569, 500. 00
35, 070. 500. 00
4, 000,000. 00
2, 960,000.00

64,107, 833. 00 1,150, 572, 368: 00 347,681,016.00
1, 000, 000. 00
1,000,000.00

64,107, 833 1, 498, 253. 384 04,107, 833. 00 1,151, 572, 368. UU

346, 681, U16. 00

1880.
9, 057, 863
O n e dollar
8, 232, COO
T w o dollars
19,680,000
F i v e dollars
16, 520, 000
T e u dollars
17, 360, 000
T w e u t y dollars
1,400,000
Fift.y d o l l a r s
On e h un d r e d d o l l a r s . . . . . . . 3, 052, 700
2, 3U0. 000
F i v e h u u d r e d dollars
700,UUO
O n e t h o u s a u d dollars
1,OUU,UUO
F i v e thousand dollars
2,000,000
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars

Total....
Unknown, destroyed.

131, 237, 099 C. 935,511.80
5, 971,840. 20
133,931,048
8,-354, 565.00
225.281,760
G, 241,811.00
252,891,240
225, 242, 400 5,'687, 680. 00
91, 515. 200 2,11.4, 345. 00
104, 038, 200 2, 293.310. 00
162, 576. 000 15, 645,500. 00
242, 828, 000 19,238. 000. 00
5, 005, 000 4, 320,000. 00
5, 010, 000 4, 500,000. 00

110, 904,767. 00
113, 578, 235. OU
159, 849, 212. UO
177, 974,489. 00
153,099, 193.00
66, 706, 205. 00
71, 240,330. 00
143, 352, 000. 00
226, 295, 500. 00
4, 325,000. 00
4, 550, 000. 00

81,302,563 1, 579, 555, 947 81, 302, 563. 00 1, 231, 874, 931. 00 347, 681, 016. 00
1, 000, 000. 00
1, 000, 000. 00
.1 81,302,563 1, 579, 555, 947 81, 302, 563. 00 1,232,874,931.00

Net .

20, 332,332. 00
20, 352,813.00
65, 432, 548. 00
74, 916,751.00
72,143, 207. 00
24, 808,995. 00
32, 797,870. 00
19, 224,000. 00
16, 5H2,500. 00
680, 000:00
460, 000. 00

346, 681, 016. 00

ISSl.
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 hundred dollars...
Five huudred dollars..
One thousand dollars..
F i v e thousand dollarsT e n thousand dollars..
Total
U n k n o w n , destroyed ..
Net
1882.
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 hundred dollars...




889, 034
752, 000
760, 000
160,000
240, O O
U
200,000
944, 300
700, 000
90U, OOO

141,126,133
7, 575,604.40
142, 683, 048 0, 860,690. 60
240,041,760 10, 623,470. 00
262, 051, 240 7,086, 364.00
231, 482, 400 6, 111,
610. 00
92, 715, 200 2, 306,085.00
106, 982, 500 2, 794,510.00
163, 276, 000 5, 354,000.00
243, 72S, 000 5, 408,000. 00
5, 005, 000
225, 000. 00
5, 010, 000
200, 000. 00

118,480, 371. 40
120,438, 925. 60
170, 472, 682. 00
185, 060,853. 00
159,210, 803. 00
6'9,012,290. 00
74,034, 840. 00
148, 7U6, 000. 00
231, 7U3, 500. 00
4, 550,000. 00
4, 750, 000. 00

22, 045,761. 60
22, 244,122.40
69, 569,078.00
76, 990,387. 00
72,271, 597.00
23, 702,910. 00
32, 947,660. 00
14, 570,000. 00
12, 024,500.00
4.55, 000. 00
260, 000.00

54, 545, 334 1, 634,101, 281 54, 545, 334. 00 1, 286, 420, 265. 00 347, 681, 016. 00
1,000,000.00
1, OUO, 000. 00
54.545,334 1,634,101,281
11,445,524
10. 472, 000
14,-.iSO.UOO
(J, 680. UOO
5. 680, OOQ
8, 200. 000
4, 5l!7, 900

54, 545, 334. 00 1,287,420,265.00

152, 571, G.57
8, 370, 332. 00
.153,155,048, S. 093, 497. 00
254, 321. 760 16, 506, 538. 00
268, 731, 240 10,'885,621.00
237,162,400
9, 294,126. 00
95, 915, 200
2, 71,1,140. 00
111,510,400
3, 006,170. 00

126,850,703.40
128, 532, 422. 60
186, 979, 220. 00
195, 946, 474. 00
168, 504, 929. 00
71, 723, 430. 00
77, 041, 010. 00

346, 681, 016. 00

25, 720, 953. 60
24, 622, 625.40
67, 342, 540. 00
72, 784, 766. 00
68, 657, 471. 00
24,191, 770. 00
34, 469, 390. 00

73

TREASURER.
No.

3 0 . — U N I T E D STATES N O T E S 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 EACH FISCAL YEAR—Continued.
I s s u e d dur- T o t a l i s s u e d .
ing y e a r .

Redeeraed
T o t a l redeemed.
during year.

Outstanding.

$1.7.50,000 $165, 026, 000
1,500, U O 245, 228, 000
U
4,995.000
10,000,000
14, 990, U O
O
20,000, 000

$1, 444, 000.00 $150,150, 000.00
232,892, 500. 00
1,189,000.00
9, 580, 000. 00
5,030,000.00
17, 740, 000. 00
12, 990, 000. 00,

$14. 876. 000. 00
12, 335; 500. 00
420, 000. 00
2, 260, 000. 00

• 79. 5-.^U, 424 1,713,621,705

79, 520, 424. 00 1, 365,940, 689. 00
1,000,000.00

347,681,016.00
1, 000, 000. 00

7'.», 520, 424 1, 713, 621, 705

Denoraination.

79, 520, 424. 00 1, 366, 940, 689. 00

346,681,016.00

1882.
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 ve 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
U n k n o w n destroyed
Net

•

1883.
One dollar
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
Ten dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
O n e hundred dollars
• F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
O u e t h o u s a n d dollars
F i v e thousand dollars
T e n t h o u s a u d dollars

11.986,114
0, 672, 000
2"-' £fiU 000
14,240. O O
U
6, OUO, 000
3, 900, OOU

4. 356, 600
2, 350, 000
4,400,000
10,000,OOU
20,000,000

164, 557, 771
162, 827, 048
2-77,181,700
282,971,240
243.162,400
99,815,200
115,867,000
167, 376, 000
249, 628, 000
20, 000, 000
40, 000, 000

9, 970, 610. 80
8, 770, 231. 20
19, 052, 455. 00
14. 291, 880.00
12,210,562.00
4, 205, 875. OO
4, 523, 600.00
2,127, 500. 00
2,407,000.00
10,105.000.00
22,100, UUO. 00

27,736,456.80
136, 821, 314. 20
25, 524, 394. 20
137, 302, 653. 80
206, 031, 675. 00
71,150,085.00
210, 238, 354. 00
72, 732, 886. 00
180, 715. 491. 00
62, 446, 909. 00
23, 8H5, 895. 00
75, 929, 305. 00
81,504,610.00 • 34, 302, 390.00
152, 277, 500. 00
15. 098, 500. 00
235, 299, 500. 00
14, 328, 500. 00
. 19, 685, OUO. 00
315, 000. 00
39,840, 000.00
IGO, OOU. 00

109. 764, 714 1, 823, 386, 419 109,764,714.00 1,475,705,403.00
1,000,000.00

Net

347,681,016.00
1,000,000.00

109, 704, 7.14 1, 823, 386„419 109,764, 714. 00 1, 476, 705, 403.00

Total
Unknowu destroyed

346, 6S1, 016. 00

18S4.
8, 943, 236
7, hU8, 000
23, 420, 000
F i v e dollars
12,160,000
T e n dollars
9,280,000
T w e n t y dollars
Fiftv dollars
. . . . . . . 4,200,000
5, 2.H7, 000
O n e h u n d r e d dollars
4, 900, 000
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
O
O n e t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s - - . . - - 10, OOU, O U
One dollar

Ten thousand dollars

173, 501, 007
170, 635. 048
300, 601, 760
295,131, 240
252, 442, 400
104, 015, 200
121,104, 000
172,276, 000
259, 628, 000
20, 000, 000
40, 000, U O
U

10,019,508.00
8, 434, 508. 00
19, 017,170. 00
15,365, 870. 00
13,672,280.00
4, 877, 000. 00
5, 898, 400. 00
3, 084, 500. 00
5, 294, 000.00
185, OOb, 00
100,000. 00

146, 840, 822. 20
145, 737, IGl. 80
225, 048,845. 00
225, 604, 224.00
194, 387, 771. 00
80,806,305.00
87, 463, 010. 00
155, 362, 000. 00
240, 593, 500. 00
19, 870, 000. 00
39, 940, 000.00

26, 660,184. 80
24, 897, 886. 20
75,552,915.00
69, 527, 016. 00
58. 054, 629. 00
23, 208, 895. 00
33, 640, 990. 00
16,914,000.00
19, 034, 5UU. 00
130, 000. 00
60, 000. 00

85, 948, 236 1,909,334,0.55

Net

85, 948, 236. 00 1,561,653,639.00 347, 681, 016. 00
1, 000, OOU. 00
1,000, UUO. 00

85, 948, 236 1, 909, 334, 655

Total
Unknowu destroyed

85, 948, 236. 00 1, 562, 653, 639. 00

346, 681, 016. 00

1885.
10,187,153
Oue dollar
10, 856, 000
T w o dollars
'
19. 300, U O
O
F i v e dollars
...
9, 640, 000
T e n dollars
19, 760, 000
T w e n t y dollars
F i t l y clollars
..
. . . 4, SUO, 000
5, GOU, UUO
One'huudred dollars
2, 350, 000
F i ve h u n d r e d dollars
12, OUU, OUO
One 1 housand d o l l a r s . . .

183, 688,160
181,491, 048
319,901; 760
304, 771, 240
262, 202, 400
108,815.200
126, 704, 000
174, (526. U O
U
271, 628, 000
20, 000, 000
40, 000, 000

11,895,276.00
10, 458, 817. 00
18,855,110.00
14, 627, 630. 00
12, 688,120. 00
4,549, 000. 00
6, 344, 200. 00
2,707, 000. 00
2,318,000.00
30, 000. 00
• 20,000.00

158,736,098.20
156,195, 978. 80
243, 903,955.00
240, 231, 854. 00
207,075, 891.00
85, 355, 305.00
93, 807, 210. 00
158,069,UOO.00
242, 911, .500. 00
19,900, 000. 00
39,960, 000. 00

24, 952, 061. 80
25, 295, 069. 20
75 997, 8U5. 00
64, 539, 386. 00
55,126, 5U9. 00
23,459, 895. 00
32, 896, 790. 00
16, 557, 000. 00
28,716,500.00
100, 000. 00
40,000. 00

84, 493,153. 00 1, 646,146, 792. 00
1, 000, 000. 00

347 681 016 00
1 000 000 00

84, 493-, 153 1, 993, 827, 808 •84,493,153.00 1, 647,146, 792. 00

346, 681, 016. 00

T e u t h o u s a n d dollars

....

Total
Un kuown destroyed

. . . 84, 493,153 1,993, 827,SOS

Net
1886.

Total
Unknown destroyed
Net




183,688,160
181, 491, 048
341, 221, 760
314,731.240
269, 322, 400
110,815,200
131,404,000
175, 026, 000
289,128, 000
20, 000, 000
40,000,000

7, 348,139. 40
7, 090, 699. 60
11, 688, 586. 00
7, 840, 725. 00
7,168,130. 00
2,168, 630. 00
0, 237. 09J. 00
4, 533, 000. 00
8,855,000.00
40, 000. 00
30, 000. 00

166,084, 237. 60
163, 286, 678. 40
255,592,541.00
248, 072, 579. 00
214, 244, 021. 00
87, 523, 935. 00
100,044,300.00
162, 602, 000. 00
251, 766, 500. 00
19, 940, 000.00
39,990,000.00

17, 603, 922. 40
18,204,369.60
85,629,219.00
66, 658, 661. 00
55, 078, 379. 00
23, 291, 265. 00
31, 359,700. 00
12, 424, 000. 00
37, 361, 500. 00
60, 000. 00
10, 000.00

63,OUO,OUO 2, 056, 827, 808

63, 000, 000. 00 1,709,146,792.00
1, 000, 000. 00

347 681 016 00
1, 000, OUO. 00

03, 000, 000 2, 056, 827, 808

63, 000, 000. 00 1,710,146,792.00

346 681 016 00

O n e dollar
T w o dollars
21, 320, 000
F i v e dollars
' 9,960, 000
T e n dolhiirs
7,120,000
T w e u t y dollars
2,000, 000
Fifty dollars
O n e ' h u n d r e d dollars
. . . 4,7UU,U00
40U,000
F i v e h u u d r e d dollars
17, 5U0, 000
Oue thousand 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 . . . .

- —
—

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REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.

N o . 3 0 . — U N I T E D STATES NOTES OF EACH DENOMINATION I S S U E D , R E D E E M E D , AND
OUTSTANDING AT T H E CLOSE ob^ EACH FISCAL YEAR—Coutiuued.
\ ' ^ ^ : ^ r T o t a l issued.

De^minatic.
1887.
One d o l l a r .
T'wo dollars
F i ve dollars
T e n dollars
. . .
T w e u t y dollars
F i f t y dollars
O u e h u n d r e d dollars
F i v e h n u 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 t h o u s a n d dollars

Redeeraed
durino- y e a r .

T o t a l redeeraed. On tli t a n d i n g .

1
$183,688,160 $8, 806,545. 90
181, 491, 048
9,19,5, 797. 60
367,961,760 17. 304, 368. 50
337, 371, 240
8, 927,190. 00
285, 562, 400
7,389,018.00
112, 815, 200
3, 382, 280. 00
134, 204, 000
4,516,300.00
175, 026, 000
4, 719, 500. 00
292, 776. 000
9, 812, 000. 00
20, 000, 000
, 15,000.00
40, 000, O O
U

$8, 797, 376. 50
9, 008, 572. 00
95 064,850.50
80,371,471.00
63.929,361.00
21 908 985 00
29, 643.400. 00
7, 704, 500. 00
31,197,500.00
45 U O 00
O
10,000.00

74, 068, 000 2,130, 895, SOS 74, 068, 000. 00 1,783,214,792.00
1, 000, 000. 00

347 681 016 00
1, 000 000. UO

74,068,000 2.130, 895,-808

Total
Unknown, destroyed

$174,890,783.50
172,482.476,00
272, 896, 909. 50
256, 999, 769, 00
221,633,039.00
90, 906, 215. 00
104,560, 600 00
167,321,500 00
261. 578, 500. 00
19; 955, 000. 00
39, 990, 000. 00

346,681.016.00

'
$26, 740, 000
. i'> 64.0. nno
16, 240, 000
2, 000, 000
2, SUO, 000
3, 648, 000

. .

Net

74, 068, 000. 00 1,784,214,792.00

1888.
O n e dollar
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars . .
.....
Ten dollars. . . i
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 t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s

7, 300, 000
17, 000, 000
28,800,000
2, SOU, 000
4, 900. 000
1, 500, 000
1, 352, 000

Ten thousand dollars.... t..
Total
U n k n o w n , destroyed

183,688,160
3,617.144.00
181,491.048
4,031,636.00
375, 261, 760 21, .309, 978. 00
354,371,240 11.107.070.00
314,362,400
7,915.437.00
115, 615. 200
2, 838, 435. 00
139.104.000
3, 439, 300. 00
176, 526, 000
1,136,500.00
294,128,000
8, 246, 500. 00
20, OUU. O U
O
10,000.00
4U, 000, U O
O

178,507.927.50
176,514,112.00
294, 206, 887. 50
268.106,839.00
229,548.476.00
93, 744. 650. 00
107,999,900.00
168,458,000.00
269 825, 000. 00
19, 965, 000. 00
39, 990, 000. 00

5,180, 232. 50
4,976,936.00
81 054 872 50
86, 264, 401. 00
84' 813 924 00
21.870,550 00
31,104,100.00
8,068,000.00
24, 303, 000. 00
35 000 00
10 000 00

03, 652, 000 2,194, 547, 808
63,652.OUO 2,194, 547, 808

Net

63, 652. 000. 00 1, 84G, 866, 792. 00 347, 681. 016. 00
1, 000, UUU. U
O
1 000 000.00
63. 652, 000. 00 1, 847, 866, 792. 00

346, 681, 016. 00

1889.
O n e dollar
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
Teu dollars
T w e n t y dollars
F i t t V dollars
O u e l n i 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
T e n thousand dollars

13. 720, 000
18,880,000
6, 000, 000
7, 600, 000
. 7,750.000
5. 500.. 000

Total
Unknown, destroyed

183,688,160
1,465,704.60.
181,491,U48
1. 625, 642. 40
375,261,760 22,719,912.00
368.091,240 13,400.148.00
333, 242,4UU 10, 2SU, G7S. 00
121,615,200
3, 628,135. 00
146 704,000
3 895. 280. 00
184, 276, 000
1,318,500.00
299, 628, O U 1,116,000.00
O
20. OUO, U O
O
40. 000, O U
O

179,973,632.10
178,139,754.40
316, 926, 799. 50
281, 506, 987. 00
239,829, 154.00
97, 372. 785. 00
111,895,180.00
169, 776 500. 00
270. 941, 000. 00
19,965,000.00
39.990,000.00

3,714,527.90
3, 351, 293. GO
58, 334, 960. 50
86, 584, 253. 00
'93 413 246 OO
24, 242. 415. OO
34. SOS. 820. 00
14, 499, 500. 00
28. 687. 000. 00
35, 000. 00
10 000 00

59, 450, 000 2, 253, 997, 808

1890.
O n e dollar
T w o dollars
. .
F i v e dollars
T e u dollars
T w e u t y dollars
Fiftydollars..,
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 thousaud dollars
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars

347,681,016.00

59, 450, 000 2, 253. 997, 808

Net

59, 450, 000. 00 1,906,316,792.00
1,000,000.00
59,450,000. 00 1,007,316,792.00

346,681,016.00

216, 000
216,000
20, 020, 000
19, 720, 000
,.. 31,360,000
1, 800, 000
3,400, U U
U
1, 400, U O
U

Total
Unknown, destroyed.

183, 904,160
181,707,048
395, 281, 760
387,811,240
364,G02,400
123.415.200
150,104, 000
185, 676, U O
O
299, 628, O U
O
20, 000, 000
40,OOU, U U
O

i,oou;ooo.oo

638,174.70
3, 292, 353. 20
180,611,806.80
694,414.80
2, 872, 878. 80
178,834,169. 20
57, 730, 384. OO
20,624,576.50
337,551,376.00
90,410,800.00
15,803,453.00
297.400,440.00
13 286, 896. 00
253,116,050.00 111,486.350.00
21,462,400.00
4,580,015.00 ' 101,952,800.00
32,524,350.00
5, 684, 4.70. 00
117, 579, 650. 00
11,328,500.00
4, .571, 000. 00
174, 347, 500. 00
12,149, 000. 00
283, 090, OUO. 00 16, 538, 000. 00
25 000 00
10, 000. 00
19, 975, 000. 00
39, 990, OUO. 00
10,000.00
78,132, 000. 00 1, 984, 448, 792. 00
. i, 000, 000. 00

347,681,016.00
1, OUU, 000.00

73,132, 000 2, 332,129, 808

Net

78.132, 000 2, 332,129, 808

78,132, 000. 00 1, 985, 448, 792. 00

346, 681, 016. 00

1S91.
O n e 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 dollars
F i v e hundred dollars




476,000
856. 000
16,500.000
19, 440, O U
O
25,120, 000
1,800,000
2,100, 000
600, 000

184, 380,160
378,153.00
182. 563, 048
412, 997. 00
41i;781,760 16,703,395.00
407,251,240 18,265,425.00
389, 722, 400 17, 889. 980. 00
124,815, 200
4, 018, 850. O
U
152, 204, U U 5, 904, 70U. 00
U
1S6, 676, U U 2,950,500.00
U

180, 989, 959. SO
3,390,200.20
379,247,166.20
3,315,881.80
354. 254, 771. 00
57,526 989.00
315. 665, SG5. 00
91, 585, 375. 00
271,006,030.00 118,716,370.00
105.971,650.00
18, 843,-550. 00
123, 484, 350. 00
28,719 650.00
177, 298, 000. 00
9, 378, 000. 00

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TREASURER.
Wo.

3 0 . ^ — U N I T E D STATES NOTES OK EACH DENOMINATION ISSUED, R E D E E M E D , ANE>
OUTSTANDING AT T H E CLOSE OF EACH F I S C A L YEAR—Continuecl.
Issued dur- Totalissued.
iug year.

Denomination.
1891.
One thousand dollars
Five thousand dollars..
Teu thousaud dollars

1 $3,900, 000

..

$303,528,OOU $4, 258, 000. 00 $287, 348. 000. 00 $16,180, 000. OO
20, 000, U O
O
10, UOO. 00
19. 985, 000. 00
15, 000. OO40,000, 000
39,990, OUU. 00
IO, 000. OO'

70, 792, 000 2,402,921, 808

..••..

70,792, 000.00 2, 055, 240, 792.00
1
1, 000. 000.00

70, 792, 000 2, 402,921, 808

Total
Unknown destroyed
Net

Redeeraed
d u r i n g year. Total redeemed. Outstanding.

70, 792, 000.00 12, 056, 240, 792. 00 346. 681, OIO.'OO-

347. 681. 016. 00l.UUU, UOO. OO

1892.
One dollar
Two dollars
Fivedollars. . . .
Ten dollars
Twenty dollars
Fifty dollars
One hundred dollars
Five hundred dollars
One thousaud dollars:

1, 208, 000
336, 000
. . . 19,480,000
19, 280, 000
12, 560, 000
1, 700, 000
2, 080,000
5 520,OUO
4.100, 000

66,264, 000 2, 469,185, 808
Total
Unknown destroyed . . . . . .
Net

181, 526, 094. 80
179, 817, 586. 20
369,667,556.00
333, 892, 285. 00
289,478, 470.00
109,645,050.00
128,178,250.00
179, 676, 500. 00
289,648,000.00
19,985, 000. 00
39, 990,000. 00

4,062,065.203,081,461.80
61, 594, 204. 00
92, 638, 955. 00112, 803, 930. OO
16,870,150.00
26,105,750. OO
12,519,500.00
17, 980, OUU. U0»
15 000. OOIO, UOO. 00-

66,264,000.00 2,121,504, 792. 00
1, 000, 000. 00

347.681,016.001, 000, OUO. 00-

66, 264, 000.00 12,122,504,792.00

346 681 016 00-

185,588,160
536,135. 00
182, 899, 048
570, 420. 00
431.261,760 15,412, 785. 00
426,531,240 18, 226, 420. 00
402, 282,400 18, 472, 440. 00
126, 515, 200
3, 673, 400. 00
154, 284, 000
4, 693, 900. 00
192,196, U O 2, 378, .500. 00
O
307,628,000
2, SOU, 000. 00
20, 000, 000
40,000,000

66, 264, 000 2, 469,185, 808
1893.

0x16 dollar
.«• . . .
Two dollars
Fivedollars
Ten dollars
Twenty dollars
Fiftydollars
One'hundred dollars
-.
Five hundred dollars
One thousand dollars
Five thousaud dollars
Ten thousand dollars

208,000
528.000
19. 640,000
22,320,000
17,040,000
2, 300,000
4, 520, 000
6,180, 000
18, 380, 000

Total
Unknowu, destroyed

91,116,000 2, 560, 301, 808

91,116, 000. 00 |2, 21.2, 620, 792. 00 '347, 681, 016. OO
1, 000. 000. 00
1,000,000.00

91,116, 000 2, 560. 301, 808

91,116,000.00 2, 213, 620, 792. 00

346, 681, OIG. 00"

186, 212,160
759,719.00
183,159,715.80
183, 691, 048
181,220,645.20
646, 041. 00
462, 041, 760 20, 557,470. 00 409,256,976.00
466, 531, 240 24, 639, 290. 00
382, 436, 955. 00
438. 602, 400 25, 631, 880.UU
343,476. 650. 00
131,285,200
2, 775, OUU. 00 1 117,151,8UU.U0
162, 894,000
138, 903, 050. 00
3, 504, 200. 00
198,376,000
186, 337, 000. 00
4, 206, 500. 00
361, 628, 000
8, 239,000. 00 301. 063, 000. 00
20, UUO, 000
19, 985, 000. 00
40, UUO, O O
U
39, 990, 000. 00

3, 052, 444. 20'
2, 470, 402. 80
52, 784, 784. OO
84, 094, 285. 00
95,125, 750. 00'
14,133,400.00
23, 990, 950. OO
12, 039, 000. OO
59, 965, 000. OO
15, 000. OO
10, 000. 00>

Net

185, 79G, 160
873, 902. 00
. 183,427,048
757, 018. U
U
450,901,760 19, 031, 950. 00
448,851,240 23, 905, 380.00
419, 322,400 28, 366, 300. 00
128, 815, 200
4,730,850.00
158,804, 000
7, 220, 600. 00
198, a76, 000
2, 4,54, 000. 00
326, 008, O U 3.776 000.00
O
20, 000, 000
40,000,000

182,399,996.80
3, 396,163. 20'
180, 574, 604. 20
2, 852, 443. SO388.699,506.00
62. 202, 254. OO
357,797,665.00
91,053, 575. OO
317, 844, 770. 00 101,477,630.00114,375,900.00
14,439, 300. OO
135, 398, 850. 00
23,405,150.00
182,130,500. 00
16, 245, 500. OO
293,424,000.00
32, 584, 000. 00
19, 985, 000. 00
15, 000. OO39, 990, 000. 00
IO, 000. 00'

1894.
One dollar
. . >•...
Two dollars
Fivedollars.,
Teu dollars
Twenty dollars
Fiftydollars
One hundred doll ars
Five hundred dollars .
Onethousand dollars
Five thousand dollars
Ten thousand dollars

416,000
264,000
11,140,000
17, 680, 000
19, 280, U O
O
2, 470, 000
4, 090, 000

Total- '.
Unknown, destroyed

90, 960, 000 2,651,261,808

90, 960, 000. 00 2,303,580,792.00
1,000,000.00

90,960, 000 2,651,261,808

90, 960, 000. 00 2. 304, 580, 792. 00 346 681 016 00'

35, 620, 000

Net
1895
One dollnr *
. «.
Two dollars
Fivedollars
Ten dollars '.
Tweuty dollars
Fifty dollars
One hundred dollars..
Five hundred do lars
One thousand dollars
Five thousand dollars
Tenthousand dollais

732,000
608. 000
18, 000, 000
16, 760, O O
U
15, 520, 000 1
1,530,000
2, 210, 000
'.19,'360," oool

74,720,000 1
2,725,981,808 1

Total
Unknown, "destroyed
. Net

186, 944,160
599,333.00
183,759,048.80
184, 299, 048
498, 302. 00
181,718,947.20
480, 041, 760 16,463. 365. 00 425,720.341.00
483, 291, 240 20, 045, 570. 00
402, 482, 525. 00
454,122,400 20, 920, 580. 00
364, 397. 230. 00
132, 815, 200
3, 220, 050. 00
120,372,750.00
165,104, U O 4, 626,400. 00 143, 529. 450. 00
O
198, 376, 000
2,761,500.00 • 189, 098, 500. 00
380,988, 000
5,584,000.00
307, 247. 000. 00
20, 000, 000
19, 985,000.00
40,000, 000
39,990,000.00

i...




347, 681, 016. 00'
1, OOU, UOU, OO

3,185,111.202,580,100.80
54,321,419.00^
80, SOS, 715. 00
89,725,170.00
12, 442.450. 00'
21,574.550.00
9, 277, 500. 00
73, 741. 000. 00^
15 U O 00
O
10, 000. 00-

74,720,000.00 2,378, 300, 792. 00 347,681,016.00
1,000,000.00
1. 000, 000. 00-

74,720,OUO 2, 725, 981, 808 74, 720,000. CO 2, 379, 300,792. 00 | 346,681,016.00-

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Mo.

REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.
3 © . — U N I T E D STATES NOTES OF EACH DENOMINATION ISSUED, R E D E E M E D , AND
OUTSTANDING AT T H E CLOSE OF EACH FISCAL YEAK—Contin ued.
Issued dur. Totalissued.
ing year.

Denomination.
189G.
O n e dollar
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fiftydollars
One h u u 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
• Ten thousaud dollars......
Total
Unknown, destroyed

$656, 000 $187,600,160
1,488.000
185,787,048
19,440,000
499, 481, 760
22, 200, OUO 505,491,240
7,200,000
4G1, 322, 400
3, SUO, 000 136,615, 200
8, 000, UOO 173,1U4,OUO
198, 376, 000
387,128. 000
G. 140, 000
20, 000, 000
40, 000, 000
I 68, 924, 000 2, 794, 905, i

Net .

08,924,000 2, 794, 905, 808

Redeemed
dnring year.

T o t a l redeemed.

Outstanding.

$715, 050. 00 $184, 474,098. 80
182,453, 257.20
734, 310. 00
441, 584,531.00
15, 864,190. 00
421,015, 485.00
18,532,960.00
381,302, 870. 00
16. 905, 640. 00
123, 309,200. 00
2, 936, 450. 00
147, 758,350. 00
4.228,900.00
191,661, OOU.00
2. 562. 500. 00
313,691, 000.00
G, 444, 000. 00
19, 985,OUO. 00
39, 990,000. 00

$3,126, 061.20
3, 333,79U. SO
57, 897,229. 00
84, 475,755.00
80, 019,530.00
13, 306,000.00
25, 345,650 00
6,715, 000. 00
73, 437,000. 00
15. OUO. 00
10, 000. 00

68, 924, 000. 00 2, 447, 224, 792. 00
1, 000, 000. 00

347,681,016.00
1, 000,000. 00

68, 924, 000. 00 2, 448, 224,792. 00

346, 681, 016. 00

1897.
O n e dollar
:
T^vo d o l l a r s
F i v e dollars
Ten dollars..
T w e n t y dollars
Fiftydollars
O n e h u u d r e d dollars
F i v e h u u 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 u d dollars

...
...

Total
Unknown, destroyed.

700. 000
600,000
15, 400, 000
14, 520,000
7, 600, 000
3, 600,000
2, 000, 000
11, 100,000
4, 100,000
-.
—

188, 300,160
186, 387, 048
514, 881, 760
520, o n , 240
468, 922, 400
140, 215, 200
175,104,000
209, 476, UOO
391,228,000
20, 000, 000
40, 000, 000

1,
15,
17,
14,
2,
2,
1.
3,

753,
084,
822,
303,
696,
002,
885,
712,
360,

248.
833.
202.
684.
458.
025.
550.
000.
000.

00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00
00

59, G2U, OUO. 00

59, 620, 000

Net."

185, 227,346. 80
183, 538,090. 20
457, 406,733. 00
438,319, 169. 00
395, 999,328. 00
125, 311,225. 00
150, 643,900. 00
193, 373,000. 00
317, 051,000. 00
19, 985,000. 00
39, 990,000.00

3, 072,813. 20
2, 848,957. SO
57, 475,027.00
81, 692,071.00
72, 923,072. 00
14, 903,975. 00
24.460. 100. 00
16.103, 000. 00
74.177, UUO. 00
15, OOU UO
10 000. 00

! 506, 844, 792. 00 347, 681, 016. 00
.
1. OOU, UUU. 00 1, 000, 000. 00

59, 620, OOU. 00 2, 507, 844, 792. 00 346,681,016.00

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 liundred dollars
F i r e h u u 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
Total
U n k n o w n , destroyed .

22, 440, 000
14. 680, 000
7, 680, 000
1, 300, 000
3,100, 000
700,000
4, 360, 000

188, 300,160
186,387,048
537, 321, 760
534, 691, 240
476, 602, 400
141. 515, 200
178, 204, 000
210,176, OUO
395, 588, U O
O
20, 000, 000
40, 000, 000

34,260,000 2, 908, 785, SOS

Net .

2, 908, 785, 808

5S4, 378. 00
724,112.00
15, 916, 335. O
U
15, 256, 240. 00
11,710,560.00
1,382,375.00
2, 336, 500. 00
1, 441, 500. 00
4, 9U2, 000. U
O

185,811, 724. SO
184, 262,202. 20
473, 323,068.00
453, 575,409.00
407,715, 888. 00
126, 693,600. 00
152, 980,400.00
194, 814,500.00
321,953, OUO. 00
19, 985,000. 00
39, 990,000. 00

2, 488,435. 20
2,124, 845. 80
63,'998, 692. 00
81,115, 831.00
68, 886,512.00
14,821, 600.00
25, 223,600. 00
15, 361,500. 00
73, 635,000. 00
15. 000. 00
10, 000. 00

54, 260, 000. 00 2, 561,104, 792. 00 347,681,016.00
1, 000, 000. 00 1,000.000.00
54, 260, 000.00 2, 562,104, 792. 00 346, 681. 016. 00

.1899.
One dollar
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
Teu 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 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
Total
Unknowu, destroyed.
Net




44, 000
320, 000
800,000
360, 000
440,000
500, 000
800, 000
100, 000
40, 000

188, 344,160
186, 707, 048
566,121, 760
564, 051, 240
500, 042,400
143,015,200
181, 004, 000
212, 276, UUO
395, 628, 000
20, 000, 000
40, 000, 000

271, 782. 00
333, 208. 00
19, 000, 910. 00
17,589,450.00
12, 855, 550. 00
2, 722, 300. 00
4, 004, 300. 00
5,165, 500. 00
26, 461, 000. 00

186, 083,506.80
184, 595,410. 20
492, 323,978. 00
471,164, 859.00
420, 571,438. 00
.129, 415,
900.00
156, 984,700. 00
199, 980,000.00
348,414, 000. 00
19, 985,000. 00
39, 990,000.00

2, 260,653. 20
2.111, 637. 80
73,797, 782. 00
92, 886,381.00
79, 470,962. 00
13, 599,300. 00
24, 019,300. 00
12, 296,OOU. UO
47, 214,000. 00
15, 000. 00
. .10, 00
000.

88, 404, 000 2, 997,189, 808 88, 404, 000. 00 2, 649, 508, 792. 00
1,000,000.00

347, 681, 016. 00
1, 000, 000. 00

, 997,189, 808 88, 404, 000. 00 2,650,508,792.00

346, 681„016. 00

88, 404, 000

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TREASURER.

WOc S l o — T R E A S U R Y NOTES OF .1890 OF EACH DENOMINATION I S S U E D , R E D E E M E D ;
AND

OUTSTANDING

Denomination.
1891.
One dollar
T w o dollars
Five dollars...
Teu dollars
T w e u t y dollars
.'.
Oue 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 .

AT

THE

CLOSE

OF

EACH

FISCAL

Redeemed
I s s u e d duri u g y e a r . T o t a l issued. d u r i n g y e a r .

YEAR.

Total
redeemed.

Outstauding.

$3, 656, 417
'3,176,000
10, 220,000
17, 560,000
3, 440, 000
6, 900, OUO
6, 900, OUO

$139, 967
34,908
. 123, 815
512, 290
21,320
186,700
605,000

$139,967
34,908
123,815
512, 290
21,320
186,700
605,UOO

$3, 516, 450
3,141. 092
10,096,185
17, 047, 710
3, 418, 680
6, 713, 3UU
6, 295, O O
U

51,852,417

51,852,417

1, 624, 000

1, 624, 000

50,228,417

4, 248,424
6, 792, UOO
14, G20, 000
15, 360. UUO
8, 320. 000
4,090,000
6,700, 000

7, 904, 841
9,968,000
24, 840, 000
32, 920, 000
11,760,000
10. 990, 000
' 13, 600, 000

1, 502, 909
1, 257, 066
1,469,585
1, 722, 330
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

6,261,965
8,67G,026
23, 24.(), GUO
30, 685. 380
11, 377, SUO
10, 032, 30O
11,432,000

GO, 130, 424

Total.

$3, 656, 417
3,176, UUU
IU, 220, 000
17,5G0,UUO
3, 440, 000
6, 900, OUO
6, 900, 000

111,982,841

8, 646, 770

10, 270, 770

1892.
One dollar
—
T w o d o l l a r s .'.•
Fivedollars
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
One hundred dollars..
rOne t h o u s a u d d o l l a r s .
Total
1893.
One dollar
„..
T w o dollars
Fivedollars
T e u dollai's
T w e u t y dollars
F i f t y dollars
Oue h u u d r e d d o l l a r s . .
Oue t h o u s a u d d o l l a r s .

101,712,071

18, 674, 947
17, 850, UOO
44, 940, 000
52, 280, OUO
22, 800. 000
800, OUO
12,070, 000
29, 800, 000

3, 7:^3, 078
4, 204, 372
6, 410,530
6, 076, 710
2,080, 060
6,300
3, 430, 900
15,818,000

5, 375, 954
5.496,\346
8, 003, 930
8,311,330
2, 4G2. 260
6, 300
4, 388, 600
17, 986, 000

87, 238, lOG

Total.

10,770,106
7, 888, 000
20,100, OUO
19, 360, OUO
11,040,000
800, 000
1, 080, OUO
16, 2UU, 000

199, 220, 947

41, 759, 950

52, 030, 720

6,669.190
4,192,000
9. 200, OUO
8,720,000
3, 840, 000
370, OOU
5, 5UU, UUO
13, 300, UUO

25, 344,137
22, 048, UOO
54,140, 000
61, 000, 000
26. 640, 000
1,170, 000
17, 570, 000
43,100, 000

7,138, 726
6, 205, 329
12, 316, 885
11, 447, 780
4, 067, 080
114, 800
1, 554, 400
3, 552, 000

12, 514, 680
11,701,675
20, 320, 815
19,759,110
6, 529, 340
1.21,100
5,943, 000
21,538,000

251, 012,137

46, 397, 000

98,427, 720

152, 584, 417

31,629,120
26, 384, 000
74, 380, 000
71, 720, 000
27,760, 000
1,175, 000
17, 600, 000
44, 580, 000

8, 063, 606
*5, 970, 499
15,637, 675
12,140, n o
5, 276, 360
302, 850
1, 724, 900
3, 596, 000

20, 578, 286
17,G72,174
33, 958, 490
31,899,220
11,805,700
423,950
7,667, 900
25,134, 000

11, 050, 834
8,711,82.6
40,421,510
39, 820, 780
15, 954, 30O
751, 050
9, 932,100
19,446, 000

295, 228,120

50, 712, 000

149,139, 720

146, 088, 400

6,
5,
15,
12,
5,

27, 542, 565
22, 761, 670
49, 570,145
44,516,430
17,104, 060
°
724,750
11, 711,100
36, 773, 000

II, 617, 435
9, 790, 330
42, 629, 855
39, 963, 570
11, 535, 940
450,250
5, 888, 900
7, 807, 000

210,703,720

129, 683, 280

13,
12,
36,
43,
20,

298, 993
359, G54
936, U70
968, 670
337, 740
79;i, 700
7, 681, 400
11, 814, 000

147,190, 227

1894.
Oue dollar
Two<loUars
'.
F i v e dollars
T e u dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
One h u u d r e d d o l l a r s . .
One t h o u s a u d d o l l a r s .
Total

51,791,190

12,820,4.57
10, 346, :J25
33, 819,185
41, 240, 890
20,110, 660
1, 048, 900
11, 627, OUO
21, 562, UUO.

1895.
One dollar
...o
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fiftydollars
O n 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.

6, 234, 083
4, 336, 000
20, 240, 000
10, 720, 000
1,120, 000
5,000
30, 000
1, 480, 000
44,215,983

1896.
O n e dollar
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
Ten dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fiftydollars
One h u u d r e d d o l l a r s . .
One t h o u s a u d d o l l a r s .

7, 530, 880
6,168, 000
17, 820,000
12, 760, 000
880,000

Total.

One dollar
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
Ten dollars
Twenty dollars.
Fiftydollars




39,160, 000
32, 552, 000
92, 200, odo
84, 480, 000
28, 640, 000
1,175,000
17, 600, 000
44, 580,000

964,
089,
611,
617,
298,
300,
4, 043,
11, 639,

279
496
655
210
360
800
200
000

340, 387, 000

7,144, 000
4. 352, 000
5.420, 000
3, 520, 000
1, 680, 000

61, 564, 000

46,304,000
36, 904, 000
97, 620, 000
, 88, 000, 000
30, 320, 000
1,175, 000

6, 975, 560
5,211,960
12, 874, 790
10, 794, 280
3, 558, 060
129, 550

34,518,125
27, 973, 630
62,444, 935
55, 310, 710
20,662,120
854, 300

II,785, 875
8, 930, 370
35,175, 065
32, 689, 290
9, 657, 880
320,700

78

REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.

- N o . S t . — T R E A S U R Y N O T E S O F 1890 O F EACH DENOMINATION 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 YEAR—Continued.
I s s u e d durRedeemed
ihg year. Total issued. d u r i u g year.

Denomination.

Total
redeemed.

Outstanding.

1897.
*0ne h u n d r e d dollars
•One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s

$250, 000
8, 32U, O O
U

Total

371, 073, U O
O

45, 502, 000

256, 205, 720

114,867, 280

11,956,000
7,128, 000
5, 500, 000
3, 600, 000
1, 680, 000
150,000
1,628,000

58, 2GU, 000
44, 032, 000
103,120, 000
91, 600, 000
32, UOO, 000
1.175, 000
18, 000, 000
54,528, 000

7, 841, 027
5, 276, 258
9, 798, 615
7.146, 500
2, 206. 850
59, 050
1, 285. 700
11, 628, 000

42, 359,152
33, 249, 888
72, 243, 5c 0
62,457. 210
22, 928, 970
913, 350
15, 798, 600
51, 557, 000

15, 900, 848
10,782,112
30, 876, 450
29 142 790
9,071 030
261, 650
2, 201, 400
2, 971, 000

402,715,000

45, 302, 000

301. 507, 720

101, 207, 280

64,676,000
48, 368, 000
115,520,000
97, 320, 000
33, 840, 000.
1,175,000
IS, 000, 000
54, 528, 000

9, 804, 646
6, 276, 024
10, 612. 440
7,635,110
2, 225, 680
110, 500
634, G O
O
1,102,000

52,163, 798
39.525.912
82, 855, 990
70, 092, 320
25,154, 650
I, 023, 850
16, 433, 200
52, 659, 000

12,512,202
8,842, 088
32,664.010
27. 227. 680
8, 685,350
151 150
1, 566, 800
1,869, 000

30, 712, 000

'. - -

$3, 337,100
12, 971, 000

6, 416, 000
4, 336, 000
12, 400, 000
5, 720, 000
1, 840, 000

.

$14,512.900
39;, 929, O O
U

31,642,000

1898.
'One d o l l a r . . . - . - T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
Ten dollars
T w e u t y dollars .
Fiftydollars
O n e h u n d r e d dollars
O u e t h o u s a n d dollars

$2,801. 800
3,156, O O
U

30, 686, 000

Total

$17, 850, 000
52, 900, 000

433,427, 000

38, 401, 000

339, 908, 720

93. 518, 280

' 1899.
O u e dollar
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e u dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
O n e h u u d r e d dollars
O u e thousaud dollars
Total

N o . 3 2 . — G O L D CERTIFICATES O P EACH DENOMINATION 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, EXCLUSIVE O F $33,000,580.46
I N IRREGULAR AMOUNTS ISSUED AND R E D E E M E D ON ACCOUNT O F T H E G E N E V A
AWARD.
Issued duri n g year.

Total
redeeraed.

Total issued.

Redeeined
duriug year.

$156, 360
2.791,300
12, 546, O O
U
82, OOU, 000
1,OUO,OUO

$156, 360
2. 791, 300
12, 546, 000
82, 000, 000
. 1, 000, 000

$102,400
1,960,400
10,683,000
73, 800,000
1,000,000

$102, 400
I, 960,400
10, 683,000
73, 800, 000
1,000,000

$53, 960
830 900
1,863i 000
8, 200, 000

98. 493, 660

98, 493, 660

87, 545, 800

87, 545, SOU

10,947 860

360, 280
5,529, 500
I. 453, 000
. 27,773.000
167, 520, 000
5, 000, 000

133,620
2,313,700
678,500
12.966.000
75, 050, 000
4, 000, 000

236, 020
4,274,100
678, 500
23, 649, 000
148,850, 000
5, 000, 000

124,260
1, 255, 400
774,500
4,124.000
18,670,000

109, 142,120

207, 635,780

95,141,820

182, 687, 620

24, 948, 160

205, 400
2,204, 000
2,147,500
11.758,000
01,625,000

565, 680
7, 733, 500
3.600,500
39, 531. 000
229,145. 000
• 5,000,000

202, 620
2,198, 900
1,953,500
11,521,000
63,170, 000

438.640
6, 473, 000
2, 632. 000
35,170,000
212, 020, 000
5, 000, 000

127, 040
1,260,500
968, 500
4, 361. 000
17,125, 000

77, 939, 900

Denomination.

285,575, 080

79,046. 020

261. 733, 640

23, 842, 040

792, 940
10, 342, 900
6, 099, 000

225,160
2, 590.400
2, 229, 500

663,800
9, 063, 400
4, 861, 500

129,140
1,279,500
1,237,500

Outstanding.

1866.
"Twenty dollars
O u e h u n d r e d dollars
F i v e thousaud dollars
T e n t h o u s a u d dollars
Total

....
1867.

T w e n t y dollars
O n e h u n d r e d dollars
F i v e hundred dollars
O n e t h o u s a n d dollars
F i v e thousand dollars . .
Total

203, 920
2, 738. 200
1,453,000
15,227,000
85,520,000
4, OUO, U O
U

1868.
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
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

*

Total
1869.
T w e n t y dollars
One hundred dollars
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars




227,260
2, 609, 400
2, 498, 500

,

79

TKEASURER.

N o . 3 2 . — G O L D 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 EACH FISCAL YEAR, ETC.—Continned.
I s s u e d during year.

Denoraination.
1869.
One thousand dollars
H'ive t h o u s a u d dollars - .

Redeeraed
Total issued. d u r i n g year.

Total
redeeraed.

Outstanding.

$12, 961, 000
62, 290, 000

,$12.160, 000
50, 365. 000

$47, 330, 000
262,385, 000
5, 000, 000

$5,162,000
29 050 U O
U

80, 586, IGO

366,161, 840

67, 570, O O
G

329, 303, 700

36 858 140

167,060
1, 302, 000
3.501,000
10,053 000
36. 255. 000
25, 530i 000

960, 000
11,644.900
9, 600, 000
62,545, 000
327, 690, U O
O
30,530,000

186, 500
850,300
I,587,200
10, 650, 600
3,012,500
7. 874. 000
10, 310, 000 " 57, 640. 000
46, 865, 000
309, 250, 000
14,400, U O
O
19, 400, 000

109 700
994. '^00
1,726,000
4,905. 000
18, 440. 000
11,130,000

76, 808, 060

442, 969, 900

76, 361, 200

405, 664, 900

37, 305, 000

80,000
2,144, 000
8, 483, 000
16,650,000
29,220, 000

960, 000
11,724,900
11,744,000
71,028,000
344,340, 000
.59,750,000

30. 000
3.59; 000
2. 456. O U
U
9,758,000
29, 870. 000
29,310,000

880. 300
11,009,600
10,330,000
67, 398, O O
U
339,120,000
48, 710, 000

79. 700
715, 300
1,414,000
3. 630, 000
5, 220, U O
O
11,040,000

56,577,000

499, 546, 900

71, 783, 000

477,447, 900

22, 099, 000

900, 000
3,041,500
8, 728. 000
15,940.000
34,620,000

960,000
12, 624. 900
14,785, 500
79. 756, O O
U
360, 280. 000
94, 370, U O
O

25, 200
662, 300
2. 618, 500
7,918,000
12.765,000
28,190,000

905, 500
11,671,900
12.948.500
75,316,000
351,885.000
76. 900, 000

54 500
95H 000
1,837,000
4, 440, 000
8, 395. 000
17, 470, 000

63, 229, 500

562, 776, 400

52,179, 000

529, 626, 9UU

33,149. 500

1.163,500
3. 449, 000
7,103.UOU
10. 775. 000
33, 080, 000

960, 000
13, 788, 400
18, 234. 500
86, 859, 000
371.055.000
127,450,000

10,900
902,GOO
2, 257, 500
5,001,000
11,710,000
24,100, 000

916,400
12,574, 500
15, 206, O U
O
81, 217, 000
363, 595, 000
101,000,000

43 600
1,213,900
3, 028, 500
5,642 000
7, 460, 000
26, 450, 000

55.570.500

618,346,900

44, 882, O U
O

574,508, 900

43, 838, 000

1,126,200
3,184.000
5,682.UUO
8.155,000
29. 970,000

960, 000
14,914, 600
21, 418, 500
92,541, 000
379, 210, 000
157,420, 000

17.000
1,098,600
3, 057, .500
6, 607,. 000
11,880.000
46,470,000

933,400
13.673,100
18, 263, 500
87,824,OUO
375, 475, 000
147,470, 000

26, 600
1,241,500
3,155,000
4,717,000
3, 735, 000
9. 950, 000

48,117,200

666, 464,100

69,130,100

64:3, 639, O U
O

22,825.100

1. 196,600
3,590,500
8, 873, 000
12, 790, 000
43, 800, 000

960,000
16.111,200
25. 009, O U
U
101.414,000
392.000. 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, 300
2, 648, 500
4,754,000
3 630 000
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. O U
O
44,885,000
33,850.000

Total

$52, 492, 000
291, 435, 000
5, 000, O U
O

960.000
17,188 SOO
27,814,500
. 109,415,000
436. 885 000
235, U7U, 000

2,300
978,700
2.536.000
7. 642.000
35, 085, 000
37, 490, 000

956, 800
10.058.600
24,896,500
104, 305. O U
O
423.450 000
228, 980, 000

3 '"'00
1 130 •>00
2, 918, 000
5 no UO
O
13. 430,OUO
6,090,000

90, 619, 100

827, 333, 300

83,734,000

798,651.900

28,681,400

1870.
T w e n t v dollars
Five huudred d o l l a r s . . . . . .
O n e t h o u s a n d dollars

-

T f n t h o u s a n d dollars
Total
1871.
T w e n t y dollars
One hundred dollars
O n e t h o u s a n d dollars
T e u thousaud dollars
Total
1872.
Ou(^ h u n d r e d dollars

.... . .

F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
Total
1873.
T w e n t y dollars
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
FiA'O t h o u s a n d dollars
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars

....

Total

'
1874.

T w e n t v dollars
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
O n e t h o u s a u d dollars
F i v e thousand dollars
Total

•

1875.
T w e n t v dollars

*
.

F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
O u e thousand dollars
F i v e thousand dollars
T e n thousand dollars

1.

Total
1876.
T w e n t y dollars
F i v e h u u d r e d dollars
One t h o u s a u d dollars
F i v e t h o u s a u d dollars
Ten thousand dollars..
Total

......'..




•

80

REPORT ON T H E FINANOES.

N o . S2<,—GOLD CERTIFICATKS O F EACH. DENOMINATION I S S U E D , R E D E E M E D , AND
OUTSTANDING AT T H E CLOSE OV EACH FISCAL YEAR, ETC.—Cootinnecl.
I s s u e d during year.

Denoraination.

Redeemed
during year.

Total issued.

Total
redeemed.

Outstanding.

•

1877. •
T w e n t y dollars
O n e h u u d r e d dollars
F i v e h u n d r e d <loIlars
One thousand dollars.
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
Teu thousand dollars

$1, 273, 700
2, 698, 500
6,194, 000
S, 495, 000
39,480,000

$1, 200
1, 199, 30'0
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, O U
U
249, 290, 000

$2, 000
1 204 G O
O
3 018,000
6. 093, 000
5, 995, O O
U
^5 260 OOO

58,141, 200

885,474,500

45,250, 000

843,901,900

41 57*? GOO

1, 448, 4UU
1,795, U O
O
. 4,534,000
8. 275, U O
O
34, 290, 000

960,000
19, 910, 900
32,308, 000
120,143. 000
453, 655, 000
308, 840, 000

1,791,000
4, 422, 000
8, 870, 000
31,150, 000

958,000
18, 572, 900
29, 286, 000
"113,938,000
448, 255, 000
280, 440, 000

2 000
1,338,000
3, 022, 000
6, 205, OOO
5, 400. 000
28, 400, UOO

935, 816, 900 |

47, 548, 000

891, 449, 900

44, 367, 000

960, 000
20.234.300
32, 844. 000
121,881.000.
457, 885, 000
314, 330, 000

500
962, 200
2, 348. O U
U
4,945, U U
U
7,175, O O
U
25, 840, 000

958, 500
19,535,100
31, 634, 000
118,883,000
455, 430, 000
306, 280, O O
U

1 500
699, 200
1 210 000
2, 99S, 000
2,455,000
8 050 000

948, 134, 300

41, 270, 700

932, 720. 600

15,413,700

960, 000
20, 234, 300
32, 844, 000
•121,881,000
457, 885, 000
314, 330, 000

400
291, 200
744.50U
1, 788, 000
1,385.000
3,200,000

958,900
19, 826, 300
32,378.500
120,671,000
456.815.000
309.480,000

1. 100
408 O O
U
465, 500
1 210 000
' 1 070' 000
4, 850, O O
O

948,134, 300

7, 409,100

940.129, 700

8. 004, 600

960, 000
20, 234, 300
32,844,000
121.881,000
457, 885, O U
O
.314, 330, 000

380
139, 300
207, 000
485, 000
270, O O
U
1,120,000

959, 280
19, 965, 600
32, 585, 500
121,156, 000
457,085,000
310, 600, 000

790
268 700
258 5C0
725 U O
O
SOU, 000
3 730 U O
O

948,134,300

2, 221, 680

942, 351, 380

5, 782, 920

960, 000
20, 234, 300
32,844,000
121,881,000
457, 885, 000
314. 330, 000

44, SOO
50, 000
151, 000
210,000
290, 000

959, 280
20, 010, 4UU
32, 635, 500
121.307,000
457, 295, 000
310,890.000

790
223, 900
208 500
574.000
590 000
3, 440, 000

~ 948,134. 300

745, 800

943, 097,180

5, 037,120

9, 360, U O
O
9,200,000
8, 900, O O
U
8, 25U, O U
U
13,UOO,000
8, OUO, 000
30, OUO, 000

Total

$960,000
. 18, 4G2, 500
30,513,000
115,609.000
445, 380.' 000
9,7^ .f^nu nnn

10, 320, 000
9, 200, 000
29,134,300
41, 094, 000
134,881.000
465, 8S5, 000
344, 330, 000

197,180
149, 200
251,100
331, 000
640,000
1,160, O O
U
6, 640, 000

1,156, 460
149, 200
20, 261. 500
32, 9GG; 500
121,947,000
458,455.000
317,530,000

9,163,540
9 050,800
8, 872, 800
8 1*^7 500
12 934 000
7,430 000
26,SOU, O U
O

86, 710, 000

1,034,844,300

9, 368, 480

952, 465, 660

82,378,640

1878.
T w e n t y dollars
Oue hu n d r e d doll a rs
F i v e hundrecl dollar.s
One t h o u s a u d d o l l a r s
F i v e thousand dollars
Ten t h o u s a n d doilars

'...

Total

50, 3^12, 400

.1,315,666

1879.
T w e n t y dollars
Oue h u n d r e d dolla i-s
F i v e h u u d r e d dollars
One t h o u s a u d doJ ia rs
FiA^e t h o u s a n d doll a r s
Ten thousand dollars.

..- .

Total

323, 400
536, O U
U
1,738, U U
O
4, 230, O U
U
5, 49U, 000
12,317,400

1880.
T w e n t y dollars
Oue 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 u d dollars
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollar.s
^Teu t h o u s a n d dollars
Total
ISSl.
One h u n d r e d dollars
!Fiv6 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 u t h o u s a n d dtdlars

'

Total
1882.
T w e n t v dollars
One b u n d r e d dollar'^
F i v e h u n d r e d dollais
Oue t h o u s a n d dollar.^.
T e u t h o u s a u d dollars
Total
1SS3.
F i f t y dollars
One h u n d r e d dollar.'^
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
T e n t h o u s a u d dollars
Total

*.




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No.

3 ' i . — G O L D CERTIFICATES OF EACH DENOMINATION ISSUED, R E D E E M E D , AND
OUTSTANDING AT T H E CLOSE OF EACH F I S C A L YEAR, ETC.—Continued.

Denomination.

Issued during year.

Redeemed
Total issued. duriug year.

Total
redeemed.

Outstanding.

1884.
Twenty dollars
Fifty dollars
One'hundred dollars...
Five hundred dollars..
One thousand dollars..
Five thousand dollars.
Teu thousand dollars..

$1, 328,180
1,231,800
I,083.000
1,596,000
2,132, 000
3, 435. 000
14,650, 000

$2, 484, 640 $13,355, 360
1, 381, 000
9,119, 000
21,344,500
9,189, 800
34, 562, 500
8, 781, 500
124, 079, 000 14,802,000
461,890,000
10, 995, 000
332,180, 000 32,150, 000

25,455,980

977,921,640

98, 392, 660

16,240,000
13, 200. 000
32, 334, 300
49, 944, 000
147,881. 000
480,385, 000
399, 330, 000

1.411,020
1, 375, 200
I, 386. 300
1,189, 000
1,443,Odo
3, 995, 000
10, 270, 000

2, 756,200
22, 730,800
35, 751, 500
125, 522, 000
465, 885,000
342, 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, 069, 520

998, 991,160 140, 323,140

$5, 520,000
1,300,000
1,400.000
2, 250, 000
4. 000, 000
7,000,000
20, 000, 000

$15, 840, 000
10, 500, 000
30, 534, 300
43, 344, 000
138,881,000
472, 885, 000
364, 330, 000

41, 470, 000 1,076,314,300

Total.
1885.
Twenty dollars
Fiftydollars
One huudred dollars...
Five hundred dollars..
One thousand dollars..
Five thousand dollars.
Ten thousand dollars..
Total.

400,000
2, 700, 000
1, 800, 000
6, 600, 000
9, 000, 000
7, 500, 000
35,000,000

1886.
Twenty dollars
Fifty dollars
One hundred dollars...
Five hundred dollars..
One thousand dollars..
Five thousand dollars.
Ten thousaud dollars..
Total.

640, 000
100, 000
100, 000
200, 000

1, 040. 000 1,140, 354,300

1887.
Twenty dollars
Fifty dollars
One hundred dollars...
Five huudred dollars..
One thousand dollars..
Five thousand dollars.
Ten thousand dollars..

16, 880, 000
13,300, 000
32,434, 300
50,144,000
147, 881,000
480, 385, 000
399, 330, 000
1,140, 354, 300

Total.
Twenty dollars
Fifty dollars
One hundred dollars —
Five hundred dollars..
One thousand dollars..,
Five thousand dollars.
Ten thousand dollars:..
Total.
1889.
Twenty dollars
Fifty clollars
One'hundred dollars...
Five hundred dollars..
One thousand dollars..
Five thousand dollars.
Ten thousand dollars..
Total.,
1890.
Twenty dollars
Fifty dollars
One hundred dollars...
Five hundred dollars..
One thousaud dollars.Five thousand dollars.
Ten thousand dollars..
Total

Fi99-




16, 880, 000
13, 300, 000
32,434,300
50,144,000
147,881.000
480, 385,000
399, 330, 000

4,160, 000
4, 500, 000
7, 800. OOO
4,700,000
14, 000, 000
20. 000, 000
30, 000, 000

21,040, 000
17, 800, 000
40,234, 300
54, 844, 000
161, 881, 000
500, 385, 000
429, 330, 000

85,160, 000 1, 225, 514, 300

2, 000, 000
6,000,000
30,155, 000
41,120, 000

21, 040, 000
17, 800, 000
40,234, 300
56, 844, 000
167,881, 000
530,540,000
470,450, OUO

1, 007, 450
825,845
690.100
9.52, 500
3,863,000
680, 000
2,170, 000

4, 903,110
3,582, 045
23,420,900
36,704, 000
129, 385,000
466, 565, 000
344,620, 000

11,976, 890
9,717, 955
9,013, 400
13,440, 000
18, 496, 000
13, 820, 000
54, 710, 000

10,188, 895 1, 009,180, 055 131,174, 245

1,104, 828
1,492,600
1,056, 000
1, 409, 000
1,120,000
625,000
2, 880, 000

6,007, 938
5,074, 645
24,476, 900
38,113, 000
130, 505, 000
467,190, 000
347, 500, 000

10, 872, 062
8, 225, 355
7,957, 400
12,031,000
17,376,000
13,195, 000
51, 830,000

9, 687,428 1,013, 867,483 121, 486, 817

2, 070, 062
2,480, 205
2,088, 400
4,420, 000
5, 875,000
9, 330, 000
38, 360, 000

8, 078, 000
7, 554, 850
26, 565, 300
42, 533, 000
136, 380, 000
476, 520, 000
385, 860, 000

12, 962, 000
10, 245,150
13, 669, 000
12, 311, 000
25,501,000
23, 865, 000
43,470,000

64, 623, 667 1, 083,491,150 142, 023,150

1.982,898
1,801,800
2, 021, 900
3, 235, 500
10,287, 500
17,020,000
30, 900, 000

10, 060,898 10,979,102
8,443, 350
9, 356, 650
28, 587, 200 II, 647,100
45, 768, 500 II, 075, 500
140,667, 500 21, 213, 500
493,540, 000 37, 000, 000
416,760, 000 53, 690, 000

79, 275,000 1, 304,789,300

67, 249. 598 1,150, 740,748 154,048, 552

2, 880, 000
2,200, 000
2, 000, 000
2, 000, 000
4,000, 000
11,350.000
24, 620. 000

1, 905, 628
1,600,145
1, 533, 800
I, 734, 000
2,152,000
13, 950, 000
22, 680, 000

49, 050, 000

23, 920, 000
20,000, 000
42,234. 300
58, 844, 000
171.881,000
541,890 000
495, 070, 000
1, 353, 839, 300

11, 966, 526
10, 956,795
30.121, 000
47,502, 500
148,819, 500
507,490, 000
439,440, 000

45, 555, 573 1,196,296,321

11,953,474
9,043, 205
12,113, 300
11,341,500
23, 061, 500
34,400, 000
55, 630, 000
157,542, 979

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No.

REPORT

ON T H E FINANCES.

3 2 . — G O L D 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 EACH FISCAL Y'EAII, ETC.—CoDtinned.

Denomination.

I s s u e d during year.

R
T o t a l i s s u e d . d u reid ege m e d r .
n yea

Total
redeemed.

Outstand-

1891.

Total.

3, 300, O O
U
6, 680, 000
43, 700, 000

$28,160, 000
21,000,000
44, 634, 300
61, 044, 000
175,181,000
548,570,000
538, 770, 000

$1,971,700
1,587,350
1. 698, 500
2,170,000
5, 314, 000
14, 380, 000
41,480, 000

$13,938, 226
12, 544,145
31,819,500
49, 672, 500
154,133,500
521,870,000
480, 920, 000

$14, 221,774
8,455,855
12, 814, 800
11,371,500
21, 047, 500
26, 700, 000
57. 850, O O
U

63, 520, 000

T w e n t y dollars
F i f t y dollars
One'huudred dollars...
Five hundred dollars..
One thousand dollars..,
F i v e thousand dollars.
Ten thousand dollars..

$4. 240, 000
1,000,000
2. 400, 000

1,417,359,300

68, 601, 550

1, 264, 897, 871

152, 461, 429

2, 260, 800
1. 748, 900
2, 379, 800
2,512,000
7,871,000
14, 615, 000
35,000, 000

16,199, 026
14, 293, 045
34,199,300
52,184, 500
162,004,500
536, 485, 000
515, 920, O U
U

12,120,974
7,106, 955
10, 835, 000
9, 859, 5U0
20,176, 500
30, 810 000
65,690,000

2, 200, OUU

1892.
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
:...
One h u u d r e d d o l l a r s . . .
Five huudred dollars..
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s . .
Five thousand dollars.
Ten thousand dollars..
Total.
1893.
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
One h undred d o l l a r s . . .
Five hundred dollars..
One t h o u s a u d d o l l a r s . .
Five thousaud dollars.
Ten thousand dollars..
Total.
1894.
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
One h u u d r e d dollars . .
Five huudred dollars..
One t h o u s a n d dollars..
Five thousand dollars.
Teu thousand doUars..
Total.
1895.
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 huudred dollars..
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s . .
Five thousaud dollars.
Ten thousand dollars..

160,000
400, 000
400, 000
1,000,000
7, OOU, OUU

18,725,000
42, 840. 000
70, 525, 000

66, 387, 500

1,331.285,371

156,598,929

4. 660, 000
8, 340, 000

28, 320, 000
21,400,000
45, 054, 300
62,094,000"
182,181,000
571,955,000
589, 950, O O
U

2, 843, 340
1, 982, 600
3, 456, 300
4, 027, 500
7, 893,000
17, 500, 000
39,120, 000

19, 042, 366
16, 275, 645
37, G55, 600
56, 212, 000
169, 897, 500
553,985, 000
555,040, U U
U

9, 277, 634
5,124, 355
7, 398, 700
5, 882, 000
12, 283, 500
17,970,UUO
34, 91U, 000

13, 070, 000

1, 500, 954, 300

76, 822, 740

S, 108, 111

92, 846,189

28, 320. 000
21, 400, 000
45, 054, 300
62, 094, 000
182.181,000
572. 0.55, O U
O
589, 950, 000

1,813.040
1, 006, 350
1.726,400
1, 335, 500
3, 422, 000
5, 885, O U
O
11,37U,000

20, 855, 406
17, 281, 995
39, 382, 000
57, 547, 500
173, 319, 500
559, 870, 000
56G, 410, U O
O

7,464, 594
4,118,005
5, 672, 300
4, 54G. 5UU
8, 861, 5UU
12,185, U O
O
23,540,000

1,501,054,300

26. 558, 290

1, 434, 666, 401

66, 387, 899

28, 320, 000
21, 400, 000
45, 074, 300
62, 094, 000
182,181,000
572,105, O U
O
59U, 000, 000

1, 265, 640
460, 600
688. 200
302, 500
981,000
4, 810, 000
9, 530, 000

22,121, 046
17, 742, 595
40, 070, 200
57,850,000
174, 300, .500
564, 680, 000
575,940, 000

6,198,954
3, 657, 405
5, 004,100
4, 244, 000
7, SSO, 500
7, 425, U O
U
1.4, 060, 000

1,501,174,300

18, 037, 940

1, 452, 704, 341

48,469, 959

15, 000
4. 840, 000

28, 320, 000
21, 400, 000
45, 074, 300
G2, 094, 000
182,181,000
572,120, 000
594, 840, 000

893,220
.559.650
790,400
440, 500
1, 487, 000
1, 420, 000
4, 910, 000

23, 014, 266
IS, 302, 245
40, 860, 600
58, 29G, 5UU
175, 787, 500
566, IOU, O U
O
5SU, S5U, 000

5, 305, 734
3, 097, 755
4,213,700
3, 797, 50U
6, 393, 5UU
6. 020, 000
13, 990, 000

4, 855, 000

1,506,029,300

10, 506,770

1,463,211,111

42, 818,189

28, 330, 000
21,400.000
45, 074, 300
62,094, 000
182,181, 000
572,120, 000
594,840, 000

385,120
289, 200
396, 700
293, 000
702, 000
460, 000
1, 520, 000

23, 399, 386
18, 591, 445
41,257,300
58, 589, 500
176, 489, 500
566, 560, 000
582, 370, 000

4, 930, 014
2, 808,555
3, 817,000
3, 504, 500
5, 691, 500
5, 560, 000
12, 470, 000

1, 506, 039, 300

4, 046, 020

1,467,2.57,131

38, 7S2,169

20, 000
50, 000

100, OUU

100, 000

20, 000

50,000
50, 000

Total.

T w e n t y dollars
F i f t y dollars
Oue hundred d o l l a r s . . .
Five hundred dollars..
One t h o u s a n d dollars -.
Five thousand dollars.
Ten thousand dollars..
Total.
1897.
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..

Total-




28, 320. 000
21.400,000
45, 034, 300
62, 044, U O
O
182,181,000
567, 295, O U
O
581,61U, U O
O
1,487,884,300

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TREASURER.

N o . 3 2 . — G O L D 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 EACH F I S C A L YEAR, ETC.—Continuecl.
Issued during year.

Denomination.

Redeemed
Total issued. during year.

Total
redeemed.

Outstanding.

i

1898.

i
$28,330^ 000
21,400,000
45,074, 300
62, 094, 000
182,181, 000
572,120,000
594.840, 000

Total

....

$23, 655,306
18, 743, 645
41,441,700
58,693,000
176, 650.500
566,915, 000
582, 520, OBO

$4, 674, 694
2. 656, 355
3, 632,600
3,401 000
5,530, 500
5, 205, 000
12, 320, 000

1, 362, 020

1, 468, 619,151

37,420,149

28. 330, 000
21, 400, 000
45,074, 300
62, 094, 000
182,181,000
572,120,000
-594, 840, 000

T e n t h o u s a n d dollars

$255,920
152,200
184.400
103,500
161,000
355, 000
150,000

1, 506, 039, 300

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 dollars

183, 730
l i s , 000
149,100
116, 500
160, 000
435,000
1, 960, 000

23, 839, 036
18, 861, 645
41, 590, 800
58, 809, 500
176, 810, 500
567, 350, 000
584,480, 000

4, 490, 964
2,538, 355
3,483, 500
3,284, 500
5, 370, 500
4, 770, 000
10, 360, 000

3,122, 330 ^ 1,471,741,481

34, 297, 819

1899.
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 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
Total

No.

1,506,039,300

3 3 . — S I L V E R CERTIFICATES OF EACH DENOMINATION ISSUED, R E D E E M E D ,
AND OUTSTANDING AT T H E CLOSE OF EACH F I S C A L Y E A R .
Total
redeeraed.

I s s u e d d u r - rf..^,.! ir.r. r.A ' R e d o e m e d
ing year. Totalissued.: during year.

Denoraination.
1878.
T e n dollars
T w e n t v dollars
Fiftj'^ dollars
O n e 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

$123, 220
10, 240
13, 250
179, 700
268, 000
1, 256, 000
1, 850,410

Total

$123,220
10,240
13,250
179. 700
268,000
1,256,000
1,850,410

Outstanding.

$123, 220. 00
10, 240.00
13, 250. 00
179,700 00
268,000. 00
1, 256, 000. 00

1
i
1

1, 850, 410.00

1879.
163, 830. 00
95, 420. 00
145, 000. 00
475,700. 00
500, 000. 00
1,160, 000. 00

9,149, 590

$3,170. 00
167, 000 1
$3,170.00
96, 000
.'^fio no
580. 00
145, 000
5, 300. bb
481, 000
5, 300. 00
2, 268, 000
1, 768, 000.00
1, 768, 000. 00 . 6,683,000.00
7, 843, 000
6, 683, 000. 00
11,000,000
8,460, 050.00
8,460, 050.00

2. 007, 000
1,890,000
1,195,000
1,449,000
750,000
2, 727, oo:

2, 174, 000
1, 986, 000
1, 340. 000
1,930,000.
3, 018, 000
10, 570, 000

23, 490. 00
10, .540. 00
11, 050. 00
20,100. 00
20,500. 00
98, 000. 00

26, 660. 00
11,120.00
11, 050. 00
25,400.00
1,788,500.00
6, 781, 000. 00

2,147, 340. 00
L, 974, 880. 00
1, 328, 950.00
1,904,600.00
1, 229, 500. 00
3,789,000.00

. 10,018,000

21, 018, 000

183, 680. 00

8, 643, 730. 00

12 374 270. 00

18, 700, 000
16,560,000
2,310,000
2,410.000
632. 000
300. 000

20,874,000
18, 546, 000
3,650, 000
4, 340. 000
3, 650, 000
10, 870, 000

480, 310. 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

40, 912, 000

61, 930, 000

2, 119,740. 00

10,763, 470. 00

51,166, 530. 00

12, 240, 000
9, 040, 000
400, 000
800, 000
700, 000
1,120, 000

33,114, 000
27, 586, 000
4,050, O O
U
5,140, 000
4, 350, 000
11, 990, 000

3, 361, 310. 00
2.241,860.00
598,050.00
808, 600. 00
612,000.00
1, 748, 000. 00

3,868,280.00
2, 625, 760. 00
766,450.00
1,119. 300. 00
2,615,500.00
9,138, 000. 00

29, 245,720. 00
24, 960, 240. 00
3, 283, 550. 00
4, 020,700. 00
1,734, 500.00
2, 852, 000. 00

24, 300, 000

86, 230, 000

9, 369, 820. 00

20,133, 290. 00

66, 096, 710. 00

43,780
85, 760
131,750
301, 300
2.-000, 000
6, 587, 000

T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
O n e ' h u n d r e d dollars
F i v e hundred dollars
O u e t h o u s a n d dollars
TotaL
ISSO.
T e n dollars . .
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
O n e ' h u n d r e d dollars
F i v e h u u d r e d dollars
One t h o u s a n d dollars

2, 539, 950. 00

•

...

Total
1881.
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
.'
Oue 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
Total.
1882.
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars .
JFifty d o l l a r s .
...
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 thousand dollars
Total

'




84

R E P O R T ON T H E FINANCES.

W o . 3 3 . — S I L V E R 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 OF EACH F I S C A L YEAR—Continued.
Denomination.
1883.
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
F i f t y dollars
-..
One h u u d r e d d o l l a r s . .
Five hundred dollars.
One thousand dollars.
Total.

Issued dur- Totalissued.
ing year.

$11,880.000
13, 360,000
1, 600. 000
2,400, 000
1,800, 000
4, 000, 000
35, 040, O O
U

Redeeraed
during year.

Total
redeemed.

Outstanding.

$44, 994, 000 $4, 237. 828. 00 $8,106,108. 00 $36, 887. 892. 00
40,946, OUO 3.167,456.00
5,793, 216. 00 35,152,784.00
5, 650, 000
880, 615. 00
1,653,065.00
3. 996. 935.00
7,540,000
1.173,480.00
2, 292, 780. 00 5, 247, 220. 00
6,150,000
1, 008, 500. 00 3, 624, 000. 00 2. 526, 000. 00
15, 990, 000 2,046, 000. 00 11,184, 000. 00
4, 806, OOU. 00
121, 270, 000 12,519,879.00

32. 653,169. 00

8,616,831.00

1884.
T e u dollars
T w e n t y dollars
F i f t y dollars
One'hundred dollars..
F i v e huudred dollars.
One t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s .
Total

19, 000,
20, 080,
3, 200,
4,000,
2, 500,
3, 500,

000
000
000
000
000
000

52, 280, 000

63, 994,000
61, 026, 000
8, 850, 000
11, 540, 000
8, 650, ODO
19,490, 000

8, 397,180. 00
7, 368, 260.00
903, 300. 00
1,107, 900. 00
648, 500. 00
1,580,000.00

16,503,288.00
47,490,712.00
13,161,476.00
47, 864,524. 00
2, 556, 365. 00 6, 293, 635. 00
3,400, 680. 00 8,139, 320. 00
4, 272, 500. 00 4, 377, 500. 00
6, 726. 000. 00
12,764, 000. 00

173, 550, 000 20, 005.140. 00

52, 658, 309. 00 120,891,691.00

1885.
T e n dollars
T w e u 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 .
Total

78,034,000
73,186, 000
11,050,000
14,140, 000
13. 650, 000
23,490,000
I 40,000,000

9,783, 585. 00 26, 286, 873. 00 51. 747.127. 00
8, 013, 560.00 21,175, 036. 00 52, 010. 964. 00
839, 600. 00
3, 395, 965. 00 7. 654, 035. 00
860, 800.00
4, 261 480.00
9, 878. 520. 00
467, 500. 00
4, 740, 000. 00 8,910.000.00
9, 701, 000. CO
1, 025, 000. 00 13,789, 000. 00

213, 550,000 20, 990, 045. 00 73, 648, 354. 00 139,901.646.00

1886.
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
One'hundred dollars..
Five huudred dollars.
One t h o u s a u d d o l l a r s .
Total

3,800, 000
800,000

81, 834, 000
73, 986, 000
II, 050, 000
14,140, 000
13, 650, 000
23,490, 000

5, 277, 740. 00
7,853,336.00
269,195. 00
267, 700. 00
7, 075, 000. 00
7,781,000.00

31, 564, 613. 00 50, 269, 387. 00
29, 028. 372.00 44, 957. 628. 00
3,665,160.00 , 7. 384. 840. UU
4, 529,180. 00
9.610,820.00
11,815,000.00
1,835, 000. 00
21, 570, 000. 00 1, 920, 000. 00

4, 600, 000 I 218,150, 000 28, 523, 971. 00 102,172,325. 00 115,977,675.00
1887.

One dollar
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e n dollars
T w e u t y dollars
Fifty dollars
One'hundred dollars..
F i v e hundred dollars.
O n e t h o u s a n d dollars.
Total.

14,156. 000
8, 976. 000
7, 760, 000
10.440, 000
9, 520, 000
1,000, 000

14,156,000
8, 976, 000
7,760,000
92,274.000
83. 506. 000
12, 050, 000
14,140,000
13, 650.000
23,490,000

176, 503. 90
70, 003. 60
31, 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 13,979,496.10
70, 003. 60
8, 905, 996. 40
31,758.50
7.728,241.50
54, 200, 870. U
O
38, 073,130. 00
32, 876, 984. 00 50,629,016.00
6, 853, 900.00 5,196,100. 00
10, 426, 570. 00 3,713.430.00
12, 981, 000.00
669, OUO. 00
22, 969, 000. CO
521,000.00

51,852,000

270, 002, 000 22. 286. 525. 00 124,458, 850. 00 145, 543,150.00

14,172,000
10,424,000
44,700,000
36, 520, 000
80,000

28, 328, 000 1, 419, 892.10
19,400, 000
732, 758.40
52, 460, 000
818,381.50
128, 794, 000 10, 255, 360. 00
83,586,000
6, 868, 856.00
12, 050, 000
804, 500. 00
14,140, OOC
660,130. 00
13, 650, 000
188, 500. 00
23, 490, 000
199,000. 00

1888.
One dollar
T w o dollars
—
Fivedollars
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 huudred dollars.
Onethousand dollars.
Total
1889.
One d o l l a r . . .
:..
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e u 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 .
Total.




105,896, 000

375,898,000

1,596, 396. 00
802, 762. 00
850, 140. CO
48,328, 490. 00
39, 745,840. 00
400. 00
7, 658,
11, 086,700. 00
13,169, 500. 00
23,168, 000. 00

21, 947. 378. 00 146,406, 228. 00

8, 772, 000
5, 800, 000
38, 540,000
20, 480, 000
160, 000

37,100,000
7,595, 632.20
25, 200, 000 4,159, 572.80
91, 000, 000 4,570, 120.00
149, 274, 000 13, 508,887.00
544.00
83,746, 000 8, 890,
12, 050, 000
932, 790.00
14,140,000
727, 480. 00
13,650,000
134, 000. 00
23,490, 000
95, 000. 00

73,752, 000

449.650, 000

40, G14, 026. 00

26, 731, 604. 00
18, 597, 238. 00
51,609, 860.00
80, 465, 510.00
43, 840, 160. 00
4,391, 600. 00
3, 053, 300.00
480, 500. 00
322. 000. 00
229,491,772.00

9,192, 028. 20
4, 962, 334. SO
5, 420, 260.00
61, 837, 377. 00
48, 636, 384. 00
8, 591, 190.00
11, 814, 180. 00
13, 303, 500.00
23,263, 000. 00
187, 020, 254. 00

262, 629, 746. 00

85

TREASURER.
No.

3 3 . — S I L V E R 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 EACH F I S C A L YEAR—Continued.
I s s u e d during year. Totalissued.

Denomination.

1890.$14,700,000
O n e dollar
9, 280, 000
T w o dollars
. . .
28,100, 000
F i v e dollars
-• •
39, 000, 000
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
800,000
•Fifty d o l l a r s
2, 600,000
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s

Redeemed
during year.

Total
redeemed.

Outstanding.

$51,800, 000 $11,473,489.70 $20, 665, 517. 90
34, 480, 000
6, 959,904. 80
11, 922, 239. 60
16, 972, 843.50
119,100, 000 11, 552, 583. 50
188,274, 000 14,965, 607. CO 76, 802, 984.00
57,465,144.00
83, 746, 000
8,828,760.00
9, 595,140.00
12, 850, 000
1, 003, 950.00
12,450, 880.00
•16,740.000
636, 700.00
13,396,500.00
13, 650, 000
93, 000.00
23, 319, 000.00
23, 490, 000
56, 000. 00

$31,134, 482.10
22,557 760.40
102,127,156.50
111, 471, 016. 00
26,280, 856. 00
3, 254, 860. O
U
4,289,120.00
253, 500. CO
171, 000. 00

'242, 590,249. 00

301, 539,751. 00

94,480,000

544,130, 000

55, 569,995. 00

9, 320, 000
4, 544, 000
29, 540, 000
18, 880, 000
10,320.000
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, 066, 000
16, 250, 000
19, 740,000
16, 350, 000
26, 690, 000

11, 389, 274.00
7, 868, 255. 00
21, 597, 432. CO
19.766, 485. CO
8,199, 620. 00
792,100.00
885, 400. 00
497, 000.00
733, 000. CO •

84, 904, 000

629,034, 000

71, 728, 566.00

12, 872, 000
7, 424, 000
23, 660, 000
25,160, 000
23, 040, 000
6,900, 000
10,700, 000
100, 000

73, 992, 000
46, 448, 000
172, 300, 000
232, 314, 000
117,106, 000
23,150, 000
30, 440, 000
16, 350, 000
26, 790, 000

14, 625, 433. CO 46, 680, 224. 90
27, 311, 775.10
9, 527, 668. 00
29,318,162. 60
17,129, 837.40
31, 298, 010. 00
69, 868, 285. 50 102,431, 714. 50
25,153, 780. 00 121, 723, 249.00 110, 590, 751. 00
7, 378, 440. 00
73, 043,204. 00
44, 062, 796.00
1, 046, 950. 00
11, 434,190. 00
11,715,810.00
1, 306,100. 00
14, 642, 380. CO 15, 797, 620. 00
1,275, 500.00
15,169, 000.00
1,181, 000. 00
1, 345, 000. CO 25, 397, 000. CO
1, 393, 000. 00

109,856, 000

Total

738, 890, 000

92, 956, 881. 00

1891.
One dollar
T w o dollars
Fivedollars
Ten dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
F i v e h u u d r e d dollars
One t h o u s a u d d o l l a r s
Total
1892.
One dollar
. .
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e u dollars

. . . .

F i f t y dollars
O n e ' l i u n d r e d dollars
FiA'-e h u n d r e d dollars
Oue t h o u s a n d dollars
Total
1893.
Oue dollar
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e n dollars
T w e n t v dollars
Fifty dollars
... .
One'hundred dollars
F i v e hundred dollars
One t h o u s a u d doll a r s
Total

32, 054, 791.90
29, 065, 208.10
19, 790,494. 60
19, 233, 505.40
38,570, 275. 50 110, 069, 724. 50
96, 569, 469. 00 110, 584, 531. 00
65,' 664, 764. 00
28,401, 236.00
10, 387, 240. 00
5, 862, 760. 00
13, 336, 280.00
6, 403, 720. 00
13, 893, 500. 00
2,456, 500. 00
24, 052, 000. CO
2,638,000. 00
314,318,815.00

407, 275, 696. 00

314,715,185.00

331, 614, 304.00

84, 688, 000 15,152, 942. 00
54,144, 000
8, 803,138.00
199, 300,000 35 429, 910. 00
259, 594, 000 30 657,010.00
139, 906,000 10 539, 600.00
28,850, O O 3 224,800.00
U
39, 040,000
5 634,400.00
16,450, 000
522, 000.00
26, 890, 000
665, 000.00

61,833,166.90
22, 854, 833.10
16, 022, 699. 40
38,121,300. 60
105,298,19.5.50
94, 001, 804. 50
152, 380, 259. 00 107, 213, 741. 00
83, 582, 804. CO 56, 323,196. 00
14, 658, 990. 00
14,191,010.00
20, 276, 780. CO 18, 763, 220. 00
15,691,000.00
759, 000. 00
26,062, 000. CO
828,000. 00

109,972,000

.^

10, 696, 000
7,696,000
27,000, 000
27,280, 000
22, 800, 000
5, 700. 000
8,600, 000
100, 000
IOO, 000

848, 862, 000 110 628, 800. 00

517 904, 496. 00

330, 957, 504. 00

1894.
One dollar

...

F i v e dollars
Ten dollars
T w e u t y dollars
Fiftv dollars
O n e ' h u u d r e d dollars
FiA'-e h u n d r e d d( l i a r s
One t h o u s a n d d(jllars

12,828,000
8, 040, 000
32, 540, 000
34, 760, 000
28,960, 000
2,620,000.
10, 570, 000

130, 318, 000

Total

97, 516, 000
62,184, 000
231, 840, 000
294,354,000
168,866, 000
• 31,470, 000
49, 610, 000
16,450, 000
26, 890,000

13
8
38
37
16
3
5

401, 604. CO 75, 234,770. 90
22, 281,229.10
15, 366, 373. 40
696, 326. 00 46, 817, 626. 60
87, 651, 884. 50
889,920.00 144,188,115.50
362, 030. 00 189,742,289.00 104,611,711.00
433, 620. 00 100, 016, 424. CO 68, 849,576. 00
13,156, 510. 00
18, 313,490. 00
654,500.00
25, 383,780. 00
24, 226, 220. 00
107,000.00
15, 967, 000. CO
483, UOO. 00
276, 000. 00
522, 000. 00
26, 368, 000.00
306, 000. 00

979,180, 000 124 127, 000.00

642 031,496. 00

116, 372, 000
12, 488, 000
268. 520,000
322, 394, 000
187,986, 000
32, 790, 000
50,460,000
16, 450, 000
26,890,000

89
55
180
223
120
21
30
16
26

337,148, 504. 00

1895.
One dollar
T w o dollars
F i v e d o l l a r s ..'.
T e u dollars
T w e n t y dollars
F i f t y dollars
O n e ' h u u 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

. . .

Total




18, 856, 000
10,304, 000
36, 680,000
28,040,000
19,120,000
1,320,000
850, 000

13 895,523.00
9 003, 322. 00
36 069,175. 00
34 228,110.00
20 844.720.00
3, 574, 250.00
5 511,900.00
140, 000. 00
157, 000.00

130, 293. 90
820, 948. 60
257, 290. 50
970, 399. 00
861 144.00
887, 740. 00
895, 680.00
107, 000. 00
525,000.00

115,170, 000 1, 094, 350, 000 123,424,000.00 i 765.455.496.00

' -•

27, 241,706.10
16, 667, 051. 40
88, 262, 709. 50
98, 423, 601.00
67,124, 856. 00
10, 902, 260. 00
19, 564, 320. 00
343 000 00
365,000.00
328,894, 504.00

86
No.

REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.
3 3 . — S I L V E R CERTIFICATES O F EACH DENOMINATION I S S U E D , R E D E E M E D ,
AND OUTSTANDING AT T H E CLOSE OF EACH F I S C A L YEAR—Continued.
I s s u e d durTotalissued.
ing year.

Redeemed
during year.

Total
redeemed.

$17, 049, 336. 00
9, 758, 844. 00
40,167, 740. 00
37, 715, 320. 00
23, 505, 360.00
4, 347, 600. CO
7, 514, 300. CO
102, 500. 00
122, 000. 00

$106,179, 629. 90
65,579, 792. 60
220, 425, 030. 50
261, 685, 719. 00
144,366,504.00
26, 235, 340. 00
38, 409, 980. 00
16, 209, 500. 00
26, 647,000. 00

$29, 440, 370.10
15, 788, 207 40
93, 974, 969. 5C
106, 028, 281.00
62, 259, 496. 00
12,114,660.00
22, 530, 020. 00
240 500 00
243, 000. 00

•154, 008, 000 1,248, 358, 000 140, 283, 000. 00

Denomination.

905, 738,496. 00

342, 619, 504. 00

19,812,166. 00
10, 081, 533. 00
43, 858, 735. 00
39, 295, 755. 00
21, 031, 486. 00
4, 300, 675. 00
7, 070, 650. 00
63, 000. 00
58, 000. 00

125, 991,795. 90
75, 661, 325. 60
264, 283, 765. 50
300, 981, 474. 00
165, 397, 990. 00
30, 536, 015. 00
45,480, 630.00
16, 272, 500. 00
26, 705, 000. 00

31, 064, 204.10
18,122, 674. 40
101 736,234.50
113,372,526. 00
67,148, 010.00
15, 013, 985. 00
28,659,370.00
177, 500. 00
185 000 00

Outstanding.

1896.
$19, 248, 000
8,880,000
45, 880, 000
45, 320, 000
18, 640, 000
5, 560, 000
10, 480, 000

One d o l l a r .
T wo 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 dollars
Total

.

$135,620, 000
81, 368, 000
314,400, U U
U
367, 714, 000
206, 626, 000
38,350,000
60, 940, 000
16, 450, 000
26, 890, 000

1897.
21,436,000'
12, 416, 000
51, 620, 000
46, 640, 000
25, 920, 000
7, 200, 000
13,200,000

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
O n e 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

157,056,000
93, 784, 000
366, 020, doo
414, 354, 000
232, 546,000
45, 550, 000
74,140,000
16, 450, 000
26, 890, 000

178,432, 000 1, 426, 790, 000 145, 572, 000. 00 1,051,310,496.00

Total

O n e dollar
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e h dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty 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 t h o u s a n d dollars

19, 980, 000
11, 320, O U
U
.48,7GU, O O
O
48, 280, 000
32, 080, 000
11,800,000
1, 000, 000
100, 000
300, 000

177, 036, 000
105,104, 000
414, 780, U O
O
462, 634, 000
264, 626, 000
57, 350, 000
75,140, 000
16, 550, 000
27,190, 000

20,142, 265.00
10, 666, 860. 00
41,118, 885. 00
35, 999, 060. 00
18,165,180. 00
3, 969, 750.00
20,163, 500. 00
101, 500. 00
216, 000. 00

146,134, 060. 90
30,901,939.10
18, 775, 814. 40
86, 328,185. 60
305,402, 650. 50 109, 377, 349. 50
336, 980, 534.00 125, 653, 466. {){)
183, 563, 170. 00
81, U62, 830. 00
34, 505, 765. CO 22, 844, 235. 00
9, 495, 870. 00
65, 644,130. 00
176, 000. 00
16, 374, 000.00
269, 000. 00
26, 921, 000.00

173, 620, 000 1, 600, 410, 000 150, 543, 000. 00 1,201,853,496.00

Total
1899.'

375, 479,504. 00

.

1888.

398, 556, 504. 00

>

One dollar
T w o dollars..,
F i v e dollars .
T e n dollars
Twenty dollars. . .
Fifty dollars
O n e h u n d r e d dollars
Five hundred dollars.
One t h o u s a n d dollars
Total.. ..

...
...
.

31, 408, 000
15, 712, 000
40, 500, 000
37, 640, 000
19, 600, 000
6, 500, 000

208, 444, 000
120,816, 000
455, 280, 000
500, 274, 000
284, 226, 000
63,850, 000
75,140, 000
16, 550, 000
27,190, 000

21,-568, 208. 00
11, 495, 395. 00
42, 982,197. 00
37,100, 595. 00
20, 049, 880. 00
G, 378,125. CO
4, 080,100. 00
62, 500. 00
114, 000. 00

40, 741, 731.10
167, 702, 268. 90
22, 992, 419.40
97, 823, 580. 60
348,384,847. 50 106 895,1.52.50
374, 081,129.00 126,192, 871". 00
80, 612, 950.00
203, 613, 050. 00
40, 883, 890. CO 22, 966,110. 00
5,415, 770. 00
69, 724, 230. 00
113, 500. 00
16, 436, 500. 00
27, 035, 000. 00
155,000.00

O
. 151, 360, U O 1,751,770,000 143, 831, 000. 00 1,345,684,496.00

40G, 085,504. 00

No.

3 4 . — C U R R E N C Y CERTIFICATES, A C T OF J U N E 8, 1872, OF EACH DENOBIINATION
I S S U E D , R E D E E M E D , AND OUTSTANDING AT T H E CLOSE OF EACH F I S C A L Y E A R
Issued dur- Total issued. Redeemed
during year.
ing year.

Total
redeeraed. ^

$11, 790, 000
45,450,000

$11, 790, 000
45, 450, 000

$3,310,000
22,120, 000

$3,310,000
22,120, 000

$8, 480, 000
23, 330, O U
U

57, 240, 000

Denomination.

Outstanding.

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, O O
U

7, 520, OCO
51,470, 000

80, 665, 000

137,905, O O
U

53, 485, 000

78,915,000

58, 990, 000

1873.
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
T e n t h o u s a u d dollars
Total
1874.
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
Ten thousand dollars
Total




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tREASURER.
No. 34.

- 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, O F EACH DENOMINATION
I S S U E D , R E D E E M E D , AND OUTSTANDING, ETC.—Continued.
I s s u e d during year.

Denomination.

Redeemed
Total issued during year.

Total
redeemed.

Outstanding.

1875.
$4,525,000
76, 570, 000

$7, 550,000
73,490, 000

$19, 715, 000
140, 240, 000

$4,495, 000
54, 550, U O
O

219, 000, 000 1

81, 040, 000

159, 955, 000

59, 045, 000

19,595, 000
88,710,000

39, 310, 000
228, 950,000

13, 660, 000
19, 480, 000

82, 400, 000

301,400,000 1 108,305,000

268, 260, 000

33,140, 000

7,135, 000
69, 750, 000

60,105, 000
318,180,000

11,625,000
44,420, 000

50, 935, 000
273, 370,000

9,170, 000
44, 810,000

76, 885, ooo'

378,285,000 1

56, 045,000 ^ 324,305,000

53, 980, 000

7, 300, 000
79, 380, U O
O

67,405, 000
397,560, 000

11, 055, 000
83, 360, 000

61, 990, 000
356, 730, 000

5, 415, 000
40, 830, OUO

86, 680,000

464,965, O U
O

94,415, 000

418, 720, 000

46, 245, U O
O

7, 435, 000
82,330f000

74, 840, 000
479, 890, 000

9, 500, OCO
97,180, 000

71, 490, 000
453, 910, 000

3, 350, 000
25,980,000

89, 765, 000

554,730, O O
C

106,680,000

525, 400, 000

29, 330, 000

4, 015, 000
43, 040, 000

78,855, 000
522,930, 000

5, 240, 000
56, 870,000

76, 730, 000
510, 780, 000

2,125,000
12,150, 000

47, 055, 000

601,785, 000

62,110,000

587, 510, 000

14, 275, 000

2,215, 000
15, 3.50, 000

81,070,OCO
538,280,000

2, 875, 000
17, 350, 000

79, 605, 000
528,130, 000

1, 465, 000
10,150, 000

17, 565, 000

619,350,000

20,225,000

607,735,000

11,615,000

2, 950, 000
13, 960, 000

84, 020,000
552,240, 000

1, 875, 000
13,290, O O
U

81, 480, 000
541, 420, 000

2, 540, 000
10, 820,000

16, 910, 000

636, 260, O O
U

15,165,000

622, 900, 000

13, 360,000

3, 470, 000
16, 560, 000

87,490,000
568,800,000

3, 520, 000
16, 690, 000

85,000,000
558,110, 000

2, 490, 000
10, 690, 000

20; 030,000

656, 290, 000

20,210,000

643^110,000

13,180, 000

4, 300, 000
22, 570,000

91,790,000
591, 370, 000

4, 520, 000
23, 300, 000

89, 520, 000
581, 410, 000

2, 2^0, 000
9, 960, 000

26, 870,000

683,160, 000

27,820,000

670, 930, 000

12, 230, 000

5,785,000
50, 770, 000

97,575, 000
642,140, 000

4, 390, 000
35,110, 000

93, 910, 000
616, 520, 000

3, 665, 000
25, 620, 000

56, 555, 000

Total

$24,210,000
194,790,000

81,095,000

F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
Ten thousand dollars

739,715,000

39, 500, 000

710,430, 000

29, 285, 000

4, 630, 000
43, 020, 000

102,205,000
685,160, 000

6, 085, 000
52, 740, 000

99, 995, 000
669, 260, 000

2, 210, 000
15, 900, 000

47, 650, O O
U

787, 365, O U
U

58,825,000 1 769, 255, 000

18,110, 000

1876.
52, 970, 000
28, 760,000
' 53,640,000 ' 248, 430, 000

F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
Ten thousand dollars.
Total
1877.
F i v e thousand dollars
T e u t h o u s a n d dollars
Total
1878.
F i v e t h o u s a u d dollar.s
T e n t h o u s a u d dollars
Total

.1879.

Five thousand dollars. .
Ten t h o u s a n d dollars
Total
ISSO.
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
1881.
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
1882.
Five thousaud dollars.
T e u t h o u s a n d dollars
Total..

•

1883.
F i v e thousand dollars
Teu thousand dollars. . . .
Total
1884.
Five thousand dollars.
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars

.

Total.

. .

1885.
F i v e t h o u s a u d dollars . . .
Ten thousand 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




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No.

REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.
3 4 . — C U R R E N C Y CERTIFICATES, A C T OF J U N E 8, 1872, O F EACH DENOMINATION

ISSUED, R E D E E M E D , AND OUTSTANDING, ETC.—Continued.
I s s u e d during year.

Total issued.

$28,400,000

$102, 205,000
713, 560, 000

$1,740, 000
35, 750, 000

$101,735,000
705,010, 000

$470, 000
8, 550, U U
U

28, 400,000

815, 765, 000

37,490,000

806, 745, 000

9, U20, 000

230,000
30,170, 000

102, 435, 000
743, 730, 000

65, 000
24t490,-000

101, 800, 000
729, 500, 000

635,000
14, 230, 000

30, 400, 000

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, 730, 000

545, 000
16, 650, 000

32, 650, 000

878, 815,000

30, 320, 000

861, 620, 000

17,195, 000

23, 480, 000

102,435, 000
799, 860, 000

95, 000
28,190, 000

101, 985, 000
787,920, 000

450 000
11, 940, 000

23,480, 000

Denomination.

902, 295, 000

28, 285, 000

889, 905, 000

12,390, 000

Redeeraed
during year.

Total
redeeraed.

Outstanding.

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
1888.
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
T e n thousand dollars
Total
1889.
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
T e n thousand dollars
Total

^..
1890.

•

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

, ,. .

1891.
39, 440, 000

150, 000
27, 900, 000

102,135, 000
815,820, 000

300 000
23,480, 000

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
30,130, U O
O

64,160, 000

982,115, 000

30, 420, 000

50, 000
60, 600, 000

102,195, 000
940, 570, 000

245, 000
12,160,000

42, 635, 000 1, 055,170, 000

60, 650, 000 1, 042, 765, 000

12, 405, 000

102, 630, 000
190,000
78, 400, 000 1,031,130,000

40, 000
30, 920, 000

102, 235, 000
971, 490, 000

• 395, 000
59, 640, 000

78, 590, 000 1.133, 760, 000

30, 960, 000 1, 073, 725, 000

60, 035, 000

20, 000 • 102, 650, 000
67, 560, 000 1, 098, 690, 000

120, 000
102, 355, 000
71,700,000 1, 0,3,190, 000

295, 000
55, 500, 000

67,580,000 1, 201, 340, 000

71,820, 000 1,145, 545, 000

55, 795,000

104, 490, 000
1, 840, 000
70, 970.000 1,169, 660, 000

1, 935, 000
104, 290. 000
94,400, U O 1,137, 650, 000
O

200, 000
32, 010, 000

72, 810, 000 1, 274,150, 000

Total..

102, 435, 000
839, 300, 000

39,440, 000

F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
T e n t h o u s a u d dollars

96, 395, O O 1, 241, 940, 000
U

32, 210, 000

1, 390, 000
105, 880, 000
104, 710, 000 1,274,370,000

390, 000
104, 680, 000
75, 580,000 1, 213, 230, 000

1, 200, 000
61,1*0, U O
U

106,100, 000 1, 380, 250, 000

75, 970, 000 1, 317,910, 000

62, 340, O O
U

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

70, 800, 000 1, 012, 535, 000 1
1893.
5,000
. 42,630,000

F i v e t h o u s a u d dollars
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars
Total

102, 440, 000
952, 730, 000

1894.
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
1895.
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..
1896.
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
1897.
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
Ten t h o u s a u d dollars

. -

Total




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TREASURER.

N o . 3 4 « — C U R R E N C Y CERTIFICATES, A C T O F J U N E 8,1872, O F EACH DENOMINATION
ISSUED, R E D E E M E D , AND OUTSTANDING, ETC.—Continued.

Denoraination.

Redeemed
I s s u e d dur- T o t a l i s s u e d .
ing year.
duriug year.

Total
redeemed.

Outstanding.

1898.

Total

$55,000 $105,935, 000
53,100, 000 1,327, 470, 000

$400,000 $105, 080, 000
88, 490, 000 1, 301,720, 000

$855, 000
25,750, 000

53,155, 000 1,433,405, 000

F i v e t l i o u s a n d dollars
Ten t h o u s a u d d o l l a r s . .

88, 890, 000 1,406, 800, 000

. 26, 605, 000

105,935,000
"'30,'790,'bob" 1,358, 260, 000

450, 000
105, 530, 000
. 35,590,000 1, 337, 310, 000

405,000
20,950,000

36, 040, 000 1,442, 840, 000

21 355 000

1899.
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
T e u t l i o u s a n d dollars

30,790, 000 1,464,195,000

Total

N o . 3 5 . — A M O U N T OF U N I T E D STATES NOTES, T R E A S U R Y NOTES, AND GOLD, S I L VER, AND C U R R E N C Y CERTIFICATES O F EACH DENOMINATION I S S U E D , R E D E E M E D ,
AND O U T S T A N D I N G A T T H F C L O S E O F E A C H F I S C A L Y E A R F R O M 1866.

Denomination.
1866.
One dollar
Two dollars
Five dollars
Ten dollars
...
Twenty dollars
Fifty dollars
One hundred dollars..
Five huudred dollars.
One thousand dollars.
Five thousand dollai-.s
Ten thousand dollais.

Issued dur- Total issued.
Redeemed
ing year.
during year.

Total
redeemed.

Outstanding.

Net

$1, 637,240. 90 $17, 208,759.10
1, 750,164.75
18, 809,835. 25
95, 445,925. 50
1, 217,894.50
987, 184.50 109, 017,855. 50
1,891 747. 00
85,184, 293. 00
29, 322.737. 50
732, 462.50
34,106, 385. CO
3,028, 915.00
35, 425,600. 00
9,488, 400.CO
25, 004,800. 00 58, 945,200. 00
8, 200,000. 00
73, 800,000. 00
1, 000,000. 00

132,871, 660

612.205,400 94,285,659. 65
79, 932,425

120, 538, 809.15 491, 666, 590. 85
79, 932,425. 00

132, 871, 660

Total
Unknown, in reserve.

$18,846, 000 $1, 266,495.15
20, 560, 000 1,421. 898. 50
96, 663, 820
588, 593. 50
110, 005, 040
473, 548.00
87, 076, 040 1,071, 932.00
30,055,200
406, 892.50
37,135, 300 2, 513,075. 00
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

532, 272, 975 94, 285,659. 65

120,538,809.15

411, 734,165. 85

20, 346, 000
22,560, UOO
96, 663, 820
110, 005, 040
87,279, 960
30, 055, 200
39, 873, 500
48, 407, 000
155,589,000
167, 520, 000
5,000,000

4, 857,924.15
5,441, 881.85
31,615, 573.25
23, 666,479.25
21,163, 577. 00
3,717, 737. 50
10, 605,665. 00
15,468, 225.00
102, 374,700.00
148, 85(1,000.00
5, 000,000.00

15, 488,075.85
17,118, 118.15
65. 048,246.75
86, 338,560. 75
66,116, 383.00
26,337, 462. 50
29, 267,835. 00
32, 938,775.00
53,214, 300.00
18, 670,000. 00

$714, 000
664, 000
156, 360
2,791,300
11, 000, 000
34, 546, 000
82, 000, 000
1,000,000

1867.
One dollar
Two dollars
Five dollars
Ten dollars
Tweuty dollars
Fifty dollars
One hundred dollars —
Five hundred dollars..
One thousand dollars..
Five thousaud dollars.
Ten thousaud dollars:.

1,500,000
2,000, OUO
203, 920
2, 738, 200
3,493,000
71,639,000
85, 520, 000
4,000, 000

3, 220,683.25
3, 691,717.10
30, 397,678.75
22, 679,294.75
19,271, 830. 00
2, 985,275.00
7, 576,750. 00
5, 979,825.00
77, 369,900.00
75, 050,000. 00
4, 000,000. 00

Net

171, 094,120

783, 299, 520 252, 222, 953. 85
13, 806, 000

372, 761, 763.00 410, 537, 757. 00
13, 806, 000. 00

171, 094,120

Total
Unknown, iu reserve.

769,493, 520 252, 222, 953. 85

372,761, 763. 00 396, 731, 757.00

22, 829,348 4, 297,683.25
26,070, 696 4,667, 751.70
96, 663, 820 2,210, 801. 25
110,00.5, 040 3, 506,372. 50
87,485, 360 2, 594,285. 00
30, 055, 200
841, 932. 50
42, 077, 500 3,173, 875.00
52, 586, 500 3, 458,475. 00
175, 45,9, 000 16, 980,000. 00
229,145, 000 63.170, 000.00
5, 000, 000

9,155, 607.40
10,109, 633. 55
33, 826,374. 50
27,172, 851.75
23, 757,862. 00
4, 559,670. 00
13,779, 540. 00
18,926, 700. 00
119, 354,700.00
212, 020,000.00
5,000, 000. 00

94,077,944

877,377,464 104, 901,176. 20
19, 872,484

477, 662, 939.20 399.71.4, 524. 80
19,872,484. 80

94, 077, 944

857, 504,980 104, 901,176.20

477, 662, 939. 20 379,842, 040. 00

1868.
One dollar
Two dollars
Five dollars
Ten dollars
T wenty dollars
Fifty dollars
One hundred dollars...
Five hundred dollars..
One thousand dollars..
Five thousand dollars.
Ten thousand dollars..
Total
Unknown, in reserve.
Net...




2, 483, 348
3,510,696
205, 400
2,204, 000
4,179, 500
19, 870. 000
61, 625, 000

13, 673,740.60
15, 961,062.45
62,837, 445.50
82, 832,188. 25
63, 727,498. 00
25, 495,530. CO
28, 297,960. 00
33, 659,800. 00
56,104, 300. 00
17,125, 000. 00

90
No.

"REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.
3 5 . — A M O U N T OF U N I T E D STATES NOTES, TREASURY N O T E S , AND GOLD,, S I L -

VER, AND CURRENCY CERTIFICATES, ETC.—Continued.
I s s u e d dur- T o t a l i s s u e d .
Redeemed
during year.
ing year.

Denomination.
1869.
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 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 u d d o l l a r s
F i v e thousaud dollars

. .

$5, 522, 000
8, OUU, 432
4, 336. ISO
8, 004, 960
16, 227, 580
8, 265, 400
•12, 498, 500
32, 961, 000
62, 290, 000

$28,351, 348 $4, 929,"028. 40
5, 287, 765. 90
34, 071,128
101, 000, 000
6, 641, 495. 50
118, 010, 000
6, 833, 888. 00
103,712,940
6, 041, 389. 00
30, 055, 200
7, 211, 355. 00
8, 600, 685. 00
50, 342, 900
9, 777, 975. 00
65, 085, 000
208, 420, 000- 19, 829, 000. 00
291,435, 000 50, 365,000. CO
5,000, 000

Total
redeemed.

Ouftstanding.

$14, 084, 635. 80 $14, 266,712.20
15,397,399.45
18,673 728.55
40,467,870.00
60,532,130.00
34, 006, 739. 75
84 003 260.25
29, 799, 251.00
73,913 689 00
11, 771, 025. 00
18,284,175.00
22, 380, 225.00
27,962,675.00
28, 704, 675. CO 36, 380, 325. CO
139,183, 700. 00 69, 236, 300. 00
262, 385, OOU. 00 29, 050, 000. 00
5,000, 000. CO

158,106, 052 1,035,483,516 125, 517, 581. 80
39,444,855

N"et
1870.

603,180, 521. 00

432, 302, 995. 00
39,444,855. 00

158,106, 052

Total

996, 038, 661 125, 517, 581. 80

603,180, 521. 00

392, 858,140. 00

36, 571, 348
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

18, 507, 520. 25
18,063, 827. 75
20, 607, 010. 75
27,496 117 25
49, 961, 841. 25
70,618,158 75
51, 687, 812. 25 104,242,187.75
39, 671,154. 00 87 968 846 00
18, 448, 242. 50
32, 206, 957. 50
30, 688, 885. 00
49, 556, 015. 00
43, 212. 650. 00
25, 373, 350. CO
173,461,700.00
45, Oil, 300. 00
309, 250, 000. CO 18,440, 000. 00
19,400, 000. 00 .11,130,000.00

8, 220, 000
14, 032, 000
19, 580, 000
37, 920, O O
U
23, 927, 060
20, 600, 000
29, 902,000
3, 501, O O
U
10,053,000
36, 255. 000
25, 530, 000

O n e dollar
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 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
F i v e t h o u s a u d dollars
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars

4, 422, 884. 45
5, 2U9, 611. 3U
9, 493, 971. 25
17, 681, 072. 50
9, 871, 903. 00
6, 677, 217. 50
8, 308, 660. 00
14, 507, 975. CO
34, 278, 000. 00
46, 865, OUU. U
O
14,400,000.00

229, 520, 060 1, 265, 003,576 171, 716, 295. 00
96, 801, 760

Net

774, 896, 816. 00

490,106, 760. 00
96, 801, 7G0. 00

229, 520, 060 1,168, 201, 816 171, 716, 295. 00

Total

774, 896, 816. 00

393, 305, U O 00
U

44,050,899.
53,195,128
112,440, 000
145, 830, 000
124, 275, 000
47,155, 200
65, 944, 900
94, 030, 000
254, 356, 000
344,340,000
59, 750, 000

23, 509, 728. 70
27, 428, 871. 55
63; 978, 373. 50
68, 685, 653. 75
56, 308, 947. 00
23, 537, 562. 50
39. 963, 765. 00
61. 738. 525. 00
214, 286; 700. 00
339,120, 000. O
U
48, 710, 000. 00

20, 541,170 30
25, 766, 256.45
48, 461, 626. 50
77,144 346 25
67, 966, 053. 00
23,617,637.50
25, 981,135. 00
32, 291, 475. 00
40, 069, 300. 00
5, 220, 000. CO
11, 040, 000. 00

1871.
On© dollar
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
Ten dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
One liundred dollars
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
O u 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 t h o u s a n d dollars
Total

.

.

7,480,611
5,985,i)00
5, 860, 000
11, 266, 000
12, 995, 000
6, 555, 000
8. 785,700
27, 485, 000
44, 883, 000
16,650,000
29, 220, 000

5, 002, 208. 45
6, 821, 860. 80
14, 016, 532. 25
16, 997, 841. 50
16, 637, 793. 00
5, 089, 320. U
O
9, 274, 880. CO
18, 525, 875. 00
40, 825, 000. CO
29, 870, COO. 00
29, 310, 000. 00

177,165, 311 1,345,367,127 192, 371, 311. 00

967, 268,127. 00 378, 099, OOU. 00

1872.
9, 931, 304
9,172, 000
9, 962, 500
12,210, 000
13, 001, 000
4, 035, 000
5, 998, 000
4,299„500
13,660,000
15,940.000
34. 620, 000

53, 982, 203
62, 367,128
122,402, 500
158, 040, 000
137, 276, 000
51,190, 200
71, 942, 900
98, 329, 500
268, 016, 000
360, 280, 000
94,370, 000

5, 724, 516. 60
7, 566, 791. 90
11, 658, 604. CO
13, 584, 50.5. 50
13, 290,176. 50
2, 700, 294.50
5, 384, 965. 00
7, 027, 950. 00
12, 386, 000. 00
12, 765, 000. 00
28,190, 000. 00

Total
1873.
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 thousand 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
Net




29, 234, 245. 30
34, 995, 663.45
75, 636, 977. 50
82,270,159.25
69,599,123.50
26, 237, 857. 00
45, 348, 730. 00
68, 766, 475. CO
226, 672, 700. 00
351, 885, 000. CO
76, 900, 000. 00

24, 747, 957. 70
27, 371, 464. 55
46, 765, 522. 50
75, 769, 840. 75
67,676,876 50
24, 952, 343. 00
26, 594,170. CO
29, 563,025.00
41, 343, 300. 00
8, 395, 000. 00
17,470, 000.00

132, 829, 304 1, 478,196, 431 120, 278, 804. 00 1, 087, 546, 931. 00

0 n 6 dollar
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e n dollars
T w e u 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 (iollars . - . - .
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

390, 649, 500. 00

6, 981, 567
7,816, 000
9, 537, 500
9, 930, 000
10,284,000
3, 000, 000
5, 955, 500
6. 516, 000
15,214,000
22, 565, 000
78, 530, 000 ^

60, 963, 770
70,183,128
131, 940, 000
167, 970, 000
147, 560, 000
54,190, 200
77, 898, 400
104, 845, 500
283, 230, 000
382, 845, 000
172, 900, 000

6, 517, 793. 20
7,712, 608.55
9, 903, 055. 00
12, 367, 770. 75
10, 743, 576. 50
1, 755,468. 00
3, 594, 970. 00
7, 786, 525. 00
12, 709, 300. 00
15,020,000.00
46, 220, 000. 00

35, 752, 038. 50
42, 708, 272. 00
85, 540, 032. 50
94, 637, 930. 00
80, 342, 700. 00
27, 993. 325. 00
48, 943, 700. 00
76, 553, 000. 00
239, 382, 000. 00
366, 905, 000. CO
123,120, 000. 00

25,211,731.50
27, 474, 856. 00
46, 399, 967. 50
73, 332, 070. 00
67, 217, 300. 00
26,196, 875.00
28, 954, 700. 00
28, 292, 500.00
43, 848, 000. 00
15, 940, 000. 00
49, 780, 000. 00

176, 329, 567 1, 654, 525, 998 134, 331, 067. 00 1, 221, 877, 998. 00 432, 648, 000.00
1,000,000.00
1, 000, 000. 00
1, 000, 000. 00
176, 329, 567 1, 654, 525. 998 135,331,067.00 1, 222, 877, 998.00

431, 648,000.00

"91

TREASURER.
No. 3 5 .

-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, SILVER, AND C U R R E N C Y C E R T I F I C A T E S , ETC.—Continned.
Redeemed
Issued dur- Total issued.
ing.year.
during year.

Denomination.

Total
redeeraed.

Outstanding.

-1874.
One dollar .
Two dollars.
Five dollars
Teu dollars
Twenty dollars
Fifty dollars
One hundred dollars
Five hundred dollars
One thousand dollars
Five thousaud dollars
Ten thousand dollars

$8,931,669
10,177,520
12,595,760
15,665, 240
14,178,400
5, 230, 000
10, 629, 500
20, 249,000
32.739,000
16,050,000
102, 740, 000

Total
Unknowu destroved

249,186, 089 1, 903, 712, 087 217, 018, 989. 00 1,438,896,987.00
1,000,000.00

464, 815,100. 00
1,000,000 C
O

249,186, 089 1,903,712,087 217, 018, 989. CO 1,439,896,987.00

463, 815,100. 00

Net

. . .

$69, 895,439
80, 360, 648
144,535, 760
183,635, 240
161,738,400
59,420, 200
88, 527, 900
125, 094, 500
315,969,000
398, 895, 000
275, 640,000

$8, 571, 888. 50
9, 534,938.00
8,452, 272. 50
12, 273, 385. 00
8, 904, 230.00
2, 030, 775. CO
3, 794, 000. 00
37,175, 500.00
14,447, 000. 00
20, 735, 000. 00
91,100,000.00

$44, 323, 927. 00 $25, 571, 512.00
52, 243,210.00
28,117,438.00
93,992, 305. 00
50, 543,455. 00
106,911,315.00 • 76, 723,925. 00
89,246, 930. 00
72, 491,470.00
30,024,100. 00
29, 396,100. 00
52,737, 700. 00
35,790, 200. 00
113,728, 500. 00 11, 366, 000. CO
253, 829, 000. 00
62,140, 000.00
387, 640, 000. 00
11, 255, 000. 00
214,220, 000. 00
61, 420, UOO. O
U

1875.
84, 521, 595 12j 780, 804.50
91, 295,048 12,706, 512.00
151,461,760 12, 617, 201. 50
197,195,240 17,129, 380. 00
171,898.400 15, 263. 928. CO
68, 380, 900
7, 096, 850. 00
93, 015, 200
8, 030, 600. 00
156,635, 000
9, 560, 000. 00
332, 342, 000 29, 315, 000.00
416,210,000 20,445, 000.00
396,010,000 117,510,000.00

•57,104,731.50 . 27,416,863.50
64, 949, 722. 00
26, 345, 326. 00
106, 609, 506. 50
44, 852, 253. 50
124, 040, 695. 00
73,154, 545. 00
104,510,858.00
67, 387, 542. 00
37,120, 950.00
31, 259, 950. 00
60, 768, 300. 00
32, 246, 900. 00
123, 288, 500.00
33, 346, 500. 00
283,144, 000.00
49,198, 000. 00
408, 085, 000. 00
8,125, 000. 00
331,730,000.00
64, 280, 000. 00

One dollar
..
Two dollars
Fivedollars
Ten dollars
Twenty dollars
Fifty dollars . . .
One huudred dollars
Five hundred dollars
One thousand dollars
Five thousand dollars
Ten thousand dollars

14,626,156
10, 934, 400
6,926,000
13,560, 000
10,160, 000
8, 960,700 •
4,487,300
31, 540, 500
16,373,000
17, 315, 000
120, 370, 000

Total
Unknown destroved

255, 253, 056 2,158, 965,143 262,455, 276. 00 1,701,352.263.00
1,000, 000. 00

457, 612, 880. 00
1, 000, 000. 00

255,253, 056 2,158, 965,143 262, 455, 276. CO 1,702,352,263.00

456, 612, 880. 00

Net
1876.
One dollar
Two dollars
Five dollars
Ten dollars

13, 444,758
12, 792, 000
13, OSO, 000
11,196,000
12,184, 000
10,151,000
6,757,600
15.255,500
8,201,000
73,645, 000
87,490, 000 ,

Fiity dollars
One'hundred dollars
Fivehundred dollars
One thousand dollars
Five thousand dollars
Ten thousand dollars

97,966, 353 12, 854,116. 60
104,087,048 11, 656, 846. 40
164, 541, 760 11, 614, 081. 00
208, 391, 240 14, 945, 686. 00
184, 082,400 13,189, 679. 00
78,531,900
5, 922,185. 00
99, 772,800 10, 655,460. CO
171, 890, 500 11, 915. 500. 00
340, 543,000 15. 582, 500. 00
489, 855,000 54, 680, UUO. 00
483,500,000 126, 200, 000. 00

69,958,848.10
76, 606, 568.40
118, 223, 587. 50
138,986,381.00
117, 700, 537. CO
43,043,135.00
71, 420, 760. 00
135, 204, 000. 00
298, 729, 500. 00
462,765, 000. 00
457,930, 000. CO

28, 007, 504. 90
27, 480, 479. 60
46, 318,172. 50
69,404, 859.00
66, 381, 863.00
35, 488, 765.00
28, 352, 040. 00
36, 686, 500. 00
41, 813, 500.00
27,090, 000. 00
25, 570, 000. 00

U
264,196, 858 2,423,162,001 289, 216, 054. CO 1,990,568,317.00 432, 593, 684. O
1, 000, 000. 00
1, OOU, UOO. 00

Total

264,196, 858 2, 423,162, 001 289, 216,054. 00 1,991,568,317.00

Net

431,593 684 00

1877.
One dollar
Two dollars
Five dollars
Ten dollars
Twenty dollars
Fiity dollars
One hundred dollars
Five hundred dollars
Onethousand dollars
Five thousand dollars
Ten thousand dollars

10,147, 399
9,432,000
14,180, 000
7. 320, 000
8,160, 000
5,983, 300
8, 258, 900
8,431,500
10,694,000
15, 630, 000
109, 230, 000

108.113,752
.113,519,048
178,721,760
215,711,240
192, 242,400
84, 515, 200
108, 031,700
180, 322, 000
351,237,000
505, 485, 000
592,730,000

12, 994, 606.10
11, 542, 653.40
11,199, 948. 50
12,189,152. 00
11,932, 666. CO
5, 559,155. 00
5. 996,170. 00
8, 215, 500.00 •
11, 829, 000. 00
27, 555, 000.00
64, 730, 000. CO

82,953,454.20
88,149, 221. 80
129,423,536. 00
151,175,533.00
129,633,203.00
48, 602, 290.00
77,416, 930. 00
143, 419, 500. CO
310, 558, 500. 00
490,320, 000.00
522,660, 000. 00

25,160,297 80
25, 369, 826. 20
49, 298, 224. O
U
64 535 707 00
62,609 197 00
35,912, 910. CO
30, 614, 770. 00
36, 902, 500.00
40,678,500.00
15,165,000.00
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, 099 2, 630,629,100 183,743,851.00 2,175,312,168.00

Total
Unknowu, destroyed . . .

455 316 932 00

Net
1878.
One dollar
Two dollars
Five dollars . . .
...
Ten dollars . . . . . . . ;
Twenty dollars
Fifty dollars
One hundred dollars

Five hundred dollars



7, 562, 351
6, 288, 000
15, 820,000
11,503,220
9,210, 240
3, 213, 250
8, 036, 700
6, 880, 000

115,676,103
119,807,048
194, 541, 760
227,214,460
201,452.640
87,728,450
116, COS, 400
187, 202, 000

11, 792, 774. 50
94, 746, 228 70
10, 746, 878. 00
98, 896, 099. 80
10,448, 667.50
139, 872, 203. 50
10,364, 063.00
161, 539, 596.00
9. 086, 554. 00
138,719,757. CO
11. 930, 230. 00 , 60, 532, 520. 00
5, 509,100. CO
82, 926, 030.00
9, 614, 000. 00
153,033,500.00

20 929,874 30
20,910, 948. 20
54, 669, 556. 50
65, 674, 864. 00
62,732,883. 00
27,195, 930. CO
33,142, 370. 00
34.168, 500. 00

92-

REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.

N o . 3 5 . - -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 C E R T I F I C A T E S , ETC.—Continued.

Denomination.

Issued durRedeemed
ing year. T o t a l issued. d u r i n g y e a r .

Total
redeemed.

Outstanding.

1878.
One thousand dollars
Five thousand dollars
Ten thousand dollars

$8,390, 000
15, 575, 000
113, 670,000

Total
Unknown, destroyed

206,148, 761 9, R f 777 «fii 222 322 267 00 ^ ^^(^ c^"^^ 'i-^^ f< 440 143 4'>6 00
Mi
^^
1, 000, 000. 00
1, 000, 000. 00

$359, 627, 000 $8, 395, 000. 00
521, 060, 000 19, 925, 000. 00
706, 400, 000 114, 510, 000. 00

$318, 953,500. 00
510, 245, 000. 00
637,170, 000. 00

$40, 673, 500. 00
10, 815, UUU. U
O
69, 230, 000. 00

206,148, 761 2,836, 777, 861 222, 322, 267. 00 2, 397, 634,435. CO 439,143,426.00

Net..'
1879.
One dollar
Two dollars
Five dollars
Teu dollars
Twenty dollars
Fifty dollars
One'hundred dollars
Fi ve hundred dollars
One thousaud'dollars
Five thousaud dollars
Ten thousaud dollars

6, 503,133
5, 892, 000
11,060,000
9, 323, 780
7, 485, 760
2, 531, 750
5, 632.400
8,186, 000
' 12, 225, 000
15, 670, 000
90, 830, 000

103, 969, 255. 20
107, 606, 394. 80
151, 494, 647. CO
171, 735, 848. 00
148,370,593.00
64,591,860.00
88,487, 420. CO
161,108,500.00
332, 023, 500. 00
526, 925, 000.00
760, 240, 000. 00

18, 209, 980. 80
18, 092, 653. 20
54,107,113.00
64. 802. 392. 00
60, 567, 807. CO
25, 668, 340. 00
33,213,380.00
34, 279, 500.00
39, 228, 500. 00
9, 805. 000. 00
36. 990, 000. 00

Total
Unknown destroyed

175, 339, 823 3,012,117,684 220, 518, 583. 00 2,617,153,018.00
1, 000, 000. 00

394, 964, 666. 00
1, 000, 000. 00

175, 339, 823 3, 012,117, 684 220, 518, 583. 00 2, 618,153,018. 00

393, 964, 666.00

Net

122,179,236
9, 223, 026. 50
125, 699, 048
8. 710, 295. 00
205,601,760 11,622,443.50
236, 538, 240 10,196, 252.00
208, 938,400
9, 650, 836. 00
90, 260, 200
4, 059, 340. 00
121, 700, 800
5, 561, 390. 00
195, 388, 000
8,075, 000.00
371,852, 000 13, 670, 000. 00
536,730, 000 16, 680, 000. 00
797, 230, 000 123,070, 000. 00

1880.
One dollar
Two dollars . . .
Five dollars
Teu dollars
Twenty dollars
Fiftv dollars
Oue huudred dollars
Five hundred dollars
One thousand dollars
Five thousaud dollars
Ten thousand dollars

9, 057, 863
8, 232, O U
U
19, 680, CCO
18, 527, 000
19, 250, 000
2, 595, U O
O
4,501,700
3, 050, O O
U
3,427, 000
5,015,000
45. 040, U O
O

131,237,099
133,931,048
225, 281, 760
255, 065, 240
228,188, 400
92, 855, 200
126, 202, 500
198,438, 000
375, 279, O U
O
541,745,000
842, 270, 000

6, 935, 511. 80
5, 971, 840. 20
8, 354, 565. CO
6, 265, 301. 00
5, 698, 620. CO
2,125, 395. 00
2, 604, 610. 00
16,410, 500.00
21,124, 000. 00
10, 945, 000.00
64, 570, 000. 00 "
c

Net

20, 332, 332. 00
20, 352, 813. 00
05 432 548 00
77, 064, 091. CO
74 119 187 00
26,137,945.00
35,110,470.00
20. 919, 000. 00
21,531 500.00
3, 875. 000. 00
17, 460. 000. 00

138, 375, 563 3,150, 493, 247 151, 005, 343. 00 2,768,158,361.00
1, 000, 000. 00

382, 334, 886.00
1, 000, 000. 00

138. 375, 563 3,150, 493, 247 151,005, 343. 00 2.769,158,361.00

Total
Unknown, destroyed

110, 904, 767. 00
113, 578, 235. 00
159, 849, 212. 00
178, 001,149. 00
154, 069, 213. 00
66, 717, 255.00
91, 092, 030. 00
177,519,000.00
353, 747, 500. CO
537, 870, 000. 00
824,810,000.00

381 334 886 00

ISSl.
One dollar
Five dollars
Teu dollar.s .
. . .
Twenty dollars
Fifty dollars
One hundred dollars
Five huudred dollars
One thousand dollars
Five thousand dollars
Ten thousaud dollars
Total
Unknown, destroyed
Net

9, 889, 034
8, 752, 000
14, 760, 000
27, 860, 000
22, SUO, 000
3,510,000
5, 354, 300
1, 332, 000
1, 200, 000
2, 215, 000
15, 350, 000

141,126,133
142, 683, 048
240, 041, 760
282, 925, 240
250, 988, 400
96, 365, 200
131,556,800
199, 770, 000
376, 479, 000
543,960, 000
857,620,000

7, 575. 604. 40
6,860, 690. 60.
10,623,470.00
7, 566, 674. 00
6, 484, 770.00
2, 463, 435.00
3, 219, n o . 00
5,776, 000.00
6, 502, 000. 00
3, 370, 000. CO
18, 670, 000. 00

118,480,371.40
120, 438, 925. 60
170,472, 682. 00
185, 567, 823.00
160,553, 983. 00
69,180, 690. 00
94,311,140.00
183,295, 000. U
U
360, 249, 500. 00
541, 240, 000. 00
843,480, 000.00

22, 645, 761. 60
22, 244,122. 40
69,569, 078. 00
97,357,417.00
90.434,417.00
27 184. 510 00
37, 245, 060. 00
16,475, 000. 00
16, 229, 500. CO
2, 720, 000. 00
14,140, OUO. 00

113, 022, 334 3, 263, 515, 581 * 79, 111, 754. 00 2,847,270.115.00
1, 000, 000. 00

416,245,466.00
1,000 000.00

79,111,754.00 2,848,270,115.00

415,245,466.00

113, 022, 334 3,263,515,581
1882.

One dollar
Two dollars
Fivedollars
Ten dollars
Twenty dollars.
Fiftydollars
:
One hundred dollars
Five huudred dollars
Oue thousand dollars
Five thousand dollars
Teu thousand dollars
Total
Unknown destroyed
Net




11.445,524
10,472,000
14,280, 000
18, 920. 000
14,720,000
3, 600, 000
5, 327,900
2,450, 000
2, 620, 000
7, 945, 000
28, 950, 000

152,571.657
153,155, 048
254,321.760
301, 845, 240
265, 708,400
99, 965, 200
136,884,700
202,220,OUO
379, 099, 000
551,905,000
886, 570, 000

8, 370, 332. 00
8, 093, 497. 00
16, 506, 538.00
14, 246, 931. 00
11. 535,'986. 00
3, 309,190. 00
3. 859, 570. 00
2,106, 000. 00
3, 088. 000. 00
7.115,000.00
26.570,000. CO

126, 850, 703. 40
25, 720, 953. 60
128, 532. 422. 60
24, 622, 625. 40
186, 979. 220.00
67, 342, 540. 00
199,814.754.00 102,030 486 00
172. 089, 969. 00 93,618,431.00
72, 489, 880. 00
27,475,320.00
98, 170.710.00
38,713,990.00
185.401,000.00
16, 819. OUU. U
O
363 337 500.00
15 761,500.00
548, 355 000 00
3, 550, OOU. U
U
870,050.OUO,UU
16, 52U, UUU. 00

120, 730, 424 3, 384, 246, 005 104, 801, 044. U 2,952.071,159.00
O
1,000,000.00

432,174,846.00
1 000 000 00

120, 730, 424 3, 384, 246, 005 104,801,044.00 2, 953, 071,159.00

431,174, 846. 00

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N o . 35o -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, SILVER, AND CURRENCY CERTIFICATES, ETC.—Continned.
Denoinination.

Redeeraed
I s s u e d dur- T o t a l i s s u e d .
ing year.
during year.

Total
redeemed.

Outstanding.

1883.
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e n dollars
I^venty dollars
Fifty dollars
."
Oue 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 u d dollars

$11,986,114
9,672,000
22, 860, 000
26,120. 000
28, 720, 000
14, 700, 000
15, 656, 600
12,400,000
21, 400, 000
21,470, 000
66, 560,000

$164,557,771
162, 827, 048
277,181,760
327, 965, 240
294,428, 400
114, 665, 200
152,541,300
214,620,000
400,499, 000
573,375, 000
953,130, 000

$9, 970, 610.80 $136,821, 314.20 $27, 736, 456. 80
8, 770, 231.20
137, 302.653. 80 25, 524, 394. 20
19,052, 455. 00 206,031,675.00
71,150.085.00
218, 344. 462.00 109, 620. 778. 00
18. 529. 708. 00
15. 575,198.00
187, 665,167. 00 106, 763, 233. 00
77, 731, 570. 00
5, 241, 690. 00
36, 933, 630. CO
104,118,890.00
5, 948,180. 00
48, 422,410. 00
25, 752, 000. CO
3, 467, 000.00
188, 868, 000. 00
5, 093, 000. 00
368,430, 500. 00 32, 068, 500. 00
563,140, 000. 00 10, 235, 000. 00
14, 785, 000. 00
915, 480, 000. CO 37, 650. 000.00
45, 430, 000.00

251, 544,714 3,635, 790, 719 151,863,073.00 3,103,934, 232. CO 531.856,487.00
1, 000, 000. 00
1,000.000.00

Total

251,544,714 3, 635, 790,719 151, 863, 073. 00 3,104, 934, 232. 00 530, 856, 487. 00

Net.
1884.
One dollar
T w o dollars
Fivedollars
T e u 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
F i v 3 t h o u s a n d dollars
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars
Total
U n k n o w n destroyed

8,943,236
7, 808, 000
23,420,000
31,160,000
34,880. 000
8, 700, 000
10, 637, 000
9, 650,000
17,500,000
11, 300, 000
42, 570,000

173^501,007
170, 635, 048
300, 601,760
359,125,240
329, 308,400
123, 365, 200
163,178,300
224, 270, OdO
417, 999, 000
584,675, 000
995,700, 000

10, 019, 508. 00
8, 434, 508. 00
19, 017,170.00
23, 763, 050. CO
22, 368, 720. 00
7, 012,100. CO
8,089, 300.00
5, 329, 000. 00
9, 006, 000. 00
8, 140, OUO. 00
38,050,000.00

146, 840, 822.20
26,660,184.80
145,737,161.80
24, 897, 886. 20
225,048, 845.00
75, 552, 915. 00
242,107, 512.00 117, 017, 728. 00
210, 033, 887. 00 119, 274, 513. CO
84,743, 670. 00
38, 621, 530. 00
112, 208,190. 00
50, 970, n o . 00
194,197, 000. 00 30, 073, 000.00
377, 436, 500. 00
40, 562, 500. CO
.571, 280, UOU. 00 13, 395, 000. 00
953,530,UUO.00
42,170, 000. CO

206, 568,236 3, 842, 358, 955 159, 229, 356. 00 3, 263,163, 588. 00 579, 195,367.00
1, 000, 000. 00
1, 000, 000. 00
206, 568, 236 3, 842, 358, 955 159, 229, 356. 00 3, 264,163, 588. 00 578,195, 367.00

Net
1885.
0 n 6 dollfir
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fiftydollars
One'hundred 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
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars
Total
Unknown, destroyed

183,688,160
10,187,153
10,856,000
181, 491, 048
19, 300, 000
319, 901, 760
23, 680, 000
382, 805,240
22, 320, 000
351, 628,400
9, 700, 000
133, 065, 200
10, OCO, 000 173,178, 300
13,950,000
238, 220, 000
25, 000, O O 442,999,000
U
13, 285,000
597,960, 000
85,770, 000 1,081,470,000

11,895, 276.00
10, 458, 817.00
18,855,110.00
24, 411, 215. 00
22,112, 700. 00
6,763, 800. 00
8, 591, 300. 00
4,363, 500. 00
4, 786, 000. 00
8, 415, 000.00
45,400, 000. 00

158, 736,098. 20 24 952, 061. 80
156,195, 978. 80 25, 295, 069. 20
243, 903,955.00
75, 997.805. 00
266, 518, 727. CO 116,286,513.00
232,146, 587. 00 110,481,813.00
91, 507, 470. 00
41,557,730.00
120, 799, 490.00
52,378.810.00
198, 560, 500. CO 39, 659, 500. 00
382, 222, 500. 00
60, 776, 500. 00
579, 695, 000. 00
18, 265, 000. 00
998, 930, 000. 00
82,540, OOC. 00

244, 048,153 4,086,407,108 166,052, 718. 00 3,429,216, 306.00
1, 000, 000. 00

657,190, 802. 00
1,000, 000. 00

244, 048,153 4, 086,407,108 166,052, 718. 00 3, 430,216, 306. 00 656,190, 802. CO

Net
1886. .
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 dollars.:
F i v e h u u d r e d dollars
Oue t h o u s a u 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
Net

-.

183, 688,160
181,491, 048
341, 221,760
21, 320, 000
396, 565, 240
13,760,000
360,188, 400
8, 560, 000
135,165, 200
2,100,000
177,978, 300
4, 800. 000
238,820,000
600,000
460,499, 000
17, 500,000
602,590, 000
4, 630, 000
43, 020,000 1,124,490, 000

166, 084, 237. 60
7, 348,139.40
17,603 922.40
7,090, 699. 60 163,286,678.40
18, 204, 369. 60
255,592, 541. CO 85,629,219.00
11, 688, 586. 00
13,118, 465. 00 279, 637,192. 00 116,928.048.00
248,175, 503.00 112.012,897.00
16, 028, 916. 00
94,771,140. 00
3, 263, 670. 00
40, 394, 060. 00
7,194, 890. CO 127,994,380.00
49, 983, 920. 00
211,121,000. 00
12, 560, .500. 00
27,699,000.00
402,721; 500. CO 57. 777, 500. 00
20, 499, 000. 00
.586,500, 000.00
16, 090, 000. 00
6, 805, 000.00
54, 940,000.00 1, 053, 870, 000. 00 70, 620, OGO. 00

116, 290, 000 4,202, 697,108 160, 537,866. 00 3, 589,754,172. 00
1, 000, 000. 00

612, 942,936. 00
1,000,000.00

116, 290, 000 4, 202, 697,108 160,537,866. CO 3, 590,754,172. 00

611,942, 936. 00

1887.
O n e dollar
T w o dollars
Fivedollars
Teu dollars
T weutj'' d o l l a r s
Fiftydollars




14,156,000
8, 976, U O
O
34, 500, 000
33, 080, 000
25,760, 000
3,000,000

197, 844,160
8, 083, 049. 80
190, 467, 048 • 9,265,801.20
375,7-21,760 17, 336,127. 00
429,645, 240 15.435, 707. 00
385,948,400 12. 342, 458. 00
138,165, 200 - 8, 063, 620. 00

175,067, 287. 40 22, 776,872.60
17,914,568.40
172, 552, 479.60
272, 928, 668.00 102,793,092.00
295, 072, 899.00 134, 572, 341. CO
260,517,961.00 125,430, 439. 00
102, 834,760. 00 35, 330,440. 00

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REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.

No.

3 5 . — 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,

SIL-

VER, AND CURRENCY CERTIFICATES, ETC.—Continued.
Denoraination.

| ^

^

^

r Total issued.

Redeeraed
during year.

:

Total
redeemed.

Outstanding.

1887.
O n e 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

...

$2, 800, 000

$180,778, 300 $11,469,690.00 $139, 464,070.00 $41, 314, 230. 00
238, 820, 000
7, 294, 500. 00
218, 415, 500. 00
20,404, 500. 00
464,147. 000 12, 331, 000.00
415, 052, 500. 00
49, 094. 500. 00
602, 590, 000
2, 380, 000. 00
588, 880. 000. 00
13,710,000.00
28,400, 000 1,152,890,000 38, 630, 000. 00 1, 092, 500, 000. 00 60, 390,000. 00
3, 648, 000

Total
Unknown, destroyed

154,320,000 14,357,017.108 143, 531, 953. 00 '3 7.^*^ 9.R6 1'2^. 00
1, 000, 000. 00
154, 320, 000 4, 357, 017,108 143, 531, 953. 00 3,734,286,125,00

Net

623, 730, 983. 00
I, 000, 000. 00
622, 730, 983. 00

1888.
O n e dollar
Two d o l l a r s . . .
F i v e dollars
Ten dollars
T w e n t y dollars
.. .
Fifty 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
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars

14,172, 000
212, 016,160
10,424,000
200, 891, 048
52, 000, 000
427, 721, 760
53, 520, 000
483,165, 240
33, 040, 000
418,988, 400
7, 300, 000
145, 465, 200
12, 700, 000
193, 478, 300
6, 200, 000
245, 020,000
15, 352, 000
479,499, 000
20, 230, 000
622, 820, 000
60,170, 000 1, 213, 060, 000

5, 037, 036.10
180,104, 323. 50 31.911 836.50
4, 764, 394.40
.177,316,874.00
23, 574,174.00
22,128, 359. 50 295, 057, 027. 50 132, 664, 732. 50
21,362,430.00
316,435. 329. 00 166, 7,29, 911. 00
16. 854, 355. 00
277,372, 316. 00 141, 616, 084. 00
6,123,140. 00
108, 957. 900. 00
36, 507, 300. 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. CO 429, 373, 000. 00
50,126, 000. 00
9, 405, 000.00
598, 285, 000. 00
24, 535, 000. 00
62,850, 000. 00 1,155, 350, 000. 00 57, 710, 000.00

285,108, 000 4, 642,125,108 174, 778, 045. 00 3. 908, 064,170.00
I, 000, 000. 00

Total
U n k n o w n destroyed

-

Net

734 060,938. 00
1,000,000.00

285,108, 000 4, 642,125,108 174, 778, 045. 00 3,909, 064,170. 00 733, 060, 938. 00
1889.

One dollar
F i v e dollars
Ten dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fiftv dollars
One h u n d r e d dollars
F i v e hundred dollars
O n e t h o u s a n d dollars
F i v e thousand dollars
T e n thousand dollars

-

Total
Unknown, destroyed

8, 772, 000
220, 788,160
206, 691, 048
5, 800, 000
466, 261, 760
38, 540, 000
517, 365, 240
34, 200, 000
438,028, 400
19, 040, 000
151,465, 200
6, 000, 000
201, 078, 300
7, 600, 000
254. 770. 000
9, 750, 000
490, 999,000
11. 500, 000
652. 975,000
30,155, 000
73, 770, 000 1, 286, 830, 000

9, 061, 336. 80
189,165, 660. 30 31 622 499 70
183,102, 089. 20 23,588,958 SO
5, 785, 215. 20
322, 347, 059. 50 143, 914, 700. 50
27, 290. 032. 00
343, 344, 364. 00 174,020,876.00
26, 909, 035. 00
298, 526, 436. 00 139, 501 964. 00
21,154,120. 00
115, 320, 625. 00
6, 362, 725. 00
36,144. 575. 00
152, 296. 560. 00
6,644,660.00
48. 781, 740. 00
228, 848, 500. CO 25.921,500.00
4. 688, 000. 00
440,871,500.00
50.127.500.00
11, 498, 500. 00
37, 580, 000. 00
17,110, 000. 00 615, 395, 000. 00
70, 350, 000. 00
61,130,000.00 1,216,480,000.00

245,127, 000 4, 887, 252,108 197, 633, 624. 00 4,105,697,794.00
1, 000, 000. 00
245,127 000 '4 887.2.52 lOfi 197, 633, 624. 00 4,106, 697,794. 00

Net

781,554 314 00
1 000,000.00
780 554 314 00

1890.
14, 916, 000
235,704,160
9,496, 000
216,187, 048
48,120. 000
514,381,760
58,720,000
576, 085, 240
34, 240. 000
472, 268. 400
4.800,000
156, 265. 200
8, 000. 000
209,078, 300
3. 400. 000
258,170, 000
4,000.000
494,999, 000
11,350,000
664,325,000
48.100, 000 1, 334, 930,000

O n e dollar
T w o dollars
Fivedollars
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
F i v e hundred dollars
O n e t h o u s a n d dollars
F i v e t h o u s a u d dollars
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars

245,142, 000 5,132, 394,108 207,542, 568.00 4, 313, 240, 362. 00
1,000,000.00

Total
U n k n o w n , destroyed
Net

12. I l l , 664.40
201, 277, 324.70
34, 426, 835. 30
7, 654, 319. 60
190, 756.408. 80 25, 430. 639. 20
32,177,160. CO 354, 524, 219. 50 159, 857, 540. 50
30. 859, 060. 00
374, 203, 424. 00 201,881,816.00
24; 021, 284. 00
322, 547. 720. 00 149.720,680 00
122, 504, 735. 00
33 760 465.00
7,184, n o . 00
160,151,530.00
48,926, 770. 00
7, 854, 970. 00
22, 923, .500. CO
6, 398, 000. CO 235, 246, 500. 00
455. 228, 500. CO 39,770. 500. 00
14, 357, 000. 00
629,450.000.00
34, 875, 000. 00
14, 055, 000. 00
50. 870, 000. 00 1, 267, 350,000. 00
67, 580, 000. 00

.

819,153.746.00
1,000,000.00

245,142. 000 5,132, 394,108 207, 542, 568. 00 4,314,240,362.00

818,153, 746. 00

1891.
On© 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 dollars
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars
One thousand dollars




13, 452,417
8, 576, 000
56, 260, 000
55. 880, 000
43,120, 000
6,200.000
14,400,000
5, 500, 000
17, 300, 000

249,156,577
224, 763, 048
570, 641,760
631,965,240
515,388, 400
162, 065, 200
223,478,300
264,070,000
512, 299, 000

11,907,394.00
8, 316,160.00
38,424, 642. 00
38, 544, 200. 00
28, 082, 620. 00
6, 398, 300. 00
8, 675, 300. 00
5, 617, 500. 00
10, 910, 000. 00

213,1-84, 718.70
35, 971, 858. 30
199,072, 568. 80 25, 690, 479. 20
392, 948, 861. 50 177, 692. 898. 50
412,747, 624.00 219, 217, 616. 00
350, 630, 340. 00 164,758,060.00
128, 903, 035. CO 33,162,165. CO
168,826, 830. 00 54, 651, 470. 00
240, 864,000. 00
23, 206, 000. 00
466,138, 500.00
46,160,500. 00

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No.

3 5 . — A M O U N T OF U N I T E D STATES N O T E S , TREASURY NOTES, AND GOLD, S I L -

VER, AND CURRENCY CERTIFICATES, ETC.—Continued.
I s s u e d during year. Total issued.

Denomination.

Redeemed
during year.

Total
redeemed.

Outstanding.

1891.
F i v e thousand dollars
Ten thousand dollars

$6, 680, 000 $671, 005, 000 $14,540,000. 00 $643, 990, 000. CO $27,015,000. 00
83,140. O O 1,418,070,000 69, 380, 000. 00 1,336,730,000.00
O
81, 340, 000. 00

Total
U u k u o w n , destroyed

310,508,417 5, 442, 902, 525 240,796,116.00 4, 554, 036, 478. 00 888, 866, 047. CO
1,000.000.00
1, 000, 000. CO

Net ...-•

310,508.417 5, 442, 902, 525 240,796,116.00 4, 555, 036, 478. 00

887, 866, 047. 00

1892.
One dollar
T w o dollars ..
F i v e dollars
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty 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 d o l l a r s . ,
F i v e thousaud dollars
Ten thousand dollars

18,328,424
267. 485, 001
14,552.000
239,315,048
57, 760, 000
628,401,760
59, 800, 000
691, 7G5, 240
44, 080, 000
559, 468, 400
171, 065, 200
9,000,000
240, 748, 300
17, 270, 000
270, 590, U O
O
6 520.000
530.199,000
17,900,000
689, 730, 000
18,725,000
113.640,000 1,531,710,000

Total
U n k n o w n destroyed

377 575,424 5,820, 477,949 298, 415,151. CO 4,852,451,629.00
1, 000, 000. 00

968,026 320 00
1, 000, 000. 00

377, 575, 424 5. 820,477, 949 298, 415,151. 00 4, 853, 451, 629. 00

967, 026, 320. 00

Net

16, 664, 477.00
229, 849,195. 70 37, 635, 805. 30
210, 427, 722. 80
28, 887, 325. 20
11,355,154.00
48,180, 380. 00 441,129, 241. 50 187,272 518 50
45,102, 530. 00 457,850,154.00 233,915,086. 00
28, 472, 560. 00 •379,102,900.00 180, 365, 500. 00
135, 372,285. 00 35, 692, 915. 00
6, 469, 250. 00
62, 770, 670. 00
9,150, 800. 00 177, 977, 630. 00
23, 560, 000. 00
6,166, 000. 00 247, 030, 000.00
479, 217, 500. CO 50,981,500.00
13, 079, 000.00
658, 615, 000. 00
31,115, OOU. UO
14, 625, 000. 00
99,150,000.00 1. 435, 880, 000. CO 95, 83U, 000. CO

1893.
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 u d r e d dollars
Oue t h o u s a u d d o l l a r s
F i v e thousand dollars
Ten thousand dollars

21, 674,106
289.159.107
16,112, 000
255, 427, 048
66, 740, 000
695,141, 760
68, 960 000
760, 725, 240
50, 880 000
610. 348, 400
8. 800, 000
179, 865, 200
14, 220, 000
254, 968, 300
6, 330 000
276, 920, 000
34,680 000
564,879, 000
4.665 000
694,395 000
50.970 000 1, 582, 680 000

.

..

39, 549, 989. 30
19. 759, 922. 00
249, 609,117. 70
13, 764, 528. 00
224,192, 250. 80 31, 234, 797. 20
60, 872, 390. 00
502,001,631.50 193,140,128. 50
60, 639,100. 00
518, 489, 254. CO 242,235,986. 00
43, 829, 300. 00
422, 932, 200. CO 187,416, 200. 00
34,548, 365. 00
9, 944, 550. CO 145,316,835.00
57, 248,470. 00
19.742.200.00
197,719,830.00
22, 886, 500. CO
254, 033, 500.-00
7, 003. 500. 00
57. 509, 500. 00
28,152, 000. 00 507, 369. 500.00
IS, 230, 000. 00
17,550, 000. 00 676,165,000.00
47, 080, 000. 00
99, 720, 000. CO 1,535,600,000.00

Net
. 1894.
O n e dollar
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
Ten dollars..
T w e u t y dollars
Fifty 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
F i v e thousand dollars
T e n thousand dollars .
Total
Unknown, destroyed
Net

:

344, 031,106 6,164, 509, 055 380, 977, 490. 00 5,233,429,119.00
1, 000, 000. 00

931, 079, 936. 00
1. OOU, 000. CO

344, 031,106 6,164, 509, 055 380, 977,490. 00 5,234,429,119.00

Total
Unknown, destroyed

930, 079, 936. 00

309,072, 297
207,923 048
748, 021 760
821,885 240
662, 428 400
185,325,200
275,128, 300
276, 920, 000
6.13, 799, 000
48, 920, 000
290, O O 694, 685, 000
U
1, 661, 080 000
78, 400, 000
19,913,190
12,496,000
52, 880, 000
61,160 000
52, 080 000
5,460,000
20,160, 000

21, 300, 049. 00
270,909,166.70
15, 547, 696. 00
239,739, 946. 80
71, 764, 275. 00
573, 765,906. 50
73, 449,100. CO 591,938.354. 00
47, 945, 620.00
470, 877, 820. CO
7, 551, 550. CO 152, 868, 385. 00
209, 611, 830. 00
11, 892, 000. 00
259, 851, 500. 00 .
5, 818, 000. 00
15, 519, 000. CO 522, 888, 500. 00
682, 090, 000. CO
5, 925, 000. 00
42, 290, 000. 00 1, 577, 890, 000. 00

38,163,130.30
28,183,101. 20
174, 255, 853. 50
229, 946, 886. 00
191, 550, 580. 00
32, 456, 815. 00
65, 516,470. 00
17, 068, 5UU. U
O
90, 910, 500. 00
12, 595, 000. 00
83,190, 000. 00

351,759,190 6,516,268 245 319, 002, 290. 00 5, 552, 431, 409. 00
1, 000, 000. 00

963, 836. 836. (iO
1,000,000. U
O

351,759,190 6.516,268.245 319, 002, 290. 00 5,553,431.409.00

962 836. 836. 00

1895.
O n e dollar
T w o dollars
Fivedollars
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 hundred dollars. . ..
One t h o u s a n c l d o l l a r s
F i v e thousand dollars
T e n thousand dollars
Total
Unliuown destroyed
Net

334,945,280
283,171 048
822.941,760877,405 240
698,188 400
188,ISO 200
278, 238 300
276,920 O O
U
20,84.0, 000
634,639 000
70,000
694, 755, 000
07,610,000 1,728,690,000

25, 872, 983
15, 248. 000
74,920,000
55. 520 000
35. 760, 000
2. 855, 000
3,110,000

293,467, 628. 70
22, 558, 462. 00
255. 212, 069. 80
15,472.123.00
639.936,121.50
66,170,215.00
658, 352,144. 00
66, 413, 790. 00
519,185,120.00
48, 307, 300. 00
160.427,035.00
7,558,650.00
222,163, 230. 00
12.551.400.00
263, 055, 500. CO
3, 204, 000. 00
533, 206, 500. 00
10,318.000.00
687, 020, 000. 00
4, 930. 000. 00
81,230,000.00 1,659,120,000.00

301,805,983 6, 818, 074 228 338, 713, 940. 00 5,891.145.349.00
1,000,000.00

41 477 651.30
27 958.978,20
183,OUS 638 50
219 053,096 00
179,003.280.00
27.753,165.00
56, 075 070. 00
13. 864. 500. 00
101,432.500.00
7, 735. 000, 00
69, 570, 000. CO
926, 928, 879. CO
1, 000, 000. 00

301,805 983 6, 818, 074 228 338,713, 940. 00 5. 892,145, 349. 00 925, 928, 879. 00




96

REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.

. Noe 3 5 . -AMOUNT OF U N I T E D STATES N O T E S , TREASURY N O T E S , AND GOLD, SILVER, AND C U R R E N C Y CERTIFICATES, ETC.—Continued.
Denomination.

Issued dur- Total issued.
iug year.

Redeemed
during year.

Total
redeemed.

Outstauding.

1896.
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
O n e h u n d r e d dollars
One t h o u s a n d dollars
F i v e thousand dollars
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars

$27, 434, 880 $362, 380,160 $24, 728, 665. CO $318.196, 293. 70 $44,183,866. 30
16, 536, O O 299,707,048 15,582, 650. 00 270, 794, 719.80
U
28, 912, 328. 20
83,140,000
906, 081, 760 71, 643, 585.00
711. 579. 706. 50 . 194, 502, 053. 50
80, 280, 000
957, 685,240 68, 865, 490. 00
727, 217, 634. 00 230, 467, 606. CO
26, 720, 000
724, 908,400 46, 602, 580. 00
565, 787. 700. 00 159.120, 700.00
9,360,000
197, 540, 200
8,144. 500. CO 168, 571. 535. 00
28, 968, 665. CO
18, 480, U O 296,718.300 16, 576, 800. 00
O
238, 740,030. 00 ' 57, 978, 270. CO
276. 920, 000 14,750,500.00
266.167,000. 00
10. 753, 000. 00
640, 779, 000
552, 898,-500. 00 87, SSO, 500..00
6,140,000
8, 053. 000. 00
696,610.000
690, 375, 000.00
6, 235. 000. CO
1, 855, 000
3, 355, 000. 00
46, 010. 000. 00
75. 810, 000 1,804,500,000 99. 370, 000. 00 1.758.490.000.00
345, 755, 880 7,163. 830,108 377, 672, 770. 00 6,268.818.119.00
1, 000, 000. 00

Net

895,011,989.00
1,000,000.00

345. 755, 880 7,163,830.108 377, 672, 770. 00 6,269,818,119.00

Total

894, o n , 989. 00

1S97.
345, 7.37, 267. 70
27, 540, 974. 00
287. 173, 045. 80
16. 378, 326. 00
72.555, 727. 00 784, 135. 433. 50
794.611,353.00
67, 393, 719. 00
605, 458. 824. 00
39,671,124.00
175, 292, 985. 00
6, 721, 450. 00
13,154. 700. 00 251.894.730.00
2. 068, 000. CO 268, 235, 000. 00
560,174.500.00
7. 276, 000. 00
691,225,000.00
850. 000. 00
77,100,000 00 1,835.590.000.00

45, 922, 892. 30
29 902, 002. 20
194,386,326.50
227, 753, 887. CO
154,659,576 00
33,047,215.00
60, 273, 570. 00
19, 785, 000. 00
93, 024, 500. 00
6, 775, 000. 00
73, 620, 000. CO

Total ..

374,848,000 7, 538, 678,108 330,710.020.00 6,599,528.139.00
1, 000, 000. 00

939,149, 969. 00
1,000 000 00

Net

374, 848, 000 7, 538, 678,.108 330, 710. 020. 00 G, 600, 528,139. CO 938,149, 969.00

One dollar
F i v e dollars
Ten dollars
Tweuty dollars.
Fifty d o l l a r s . . .
O n e l i 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 thousand dollars
T e n t h o u s a n t l dollars
Unknown

destioved

29, 280, 000
391, 660,160
17, 368, 000
317, 075, 048
72. 440, 000
978.521,760
64, 680, 000 1,022,365,240
35,210.000
760,118,400
10, 800. 000
208. 340, 200
15.450,000
312,168, 300
11,100,000
288, 020,000
12,420.000
653.199, 000
1,390,000
698. 000, 000
104, 710, 000 1,909,210,000

1898.
One dollar
T w o dollars
.. .
F i v e dollars
Ten dollars
•
T w e u t y dollars
Fifty 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 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
Net

423,596,160
31,936.000
335, 523,048
18, 448, 000
76, 700, 000 1,055,221,760
66. 560, 000 1,088,925,240
41,440,000
801, 558, 400
13,lUO,000
221, 440, 200
316, 418. 300
4, 250, 000
SUO, 000
288.820. 000
659.487, 000
6, 288, 000
55, 000
698, 055, 000
53, IOU, 000 1,962,310,000

28, 567, 670.00
374, 304, 937. 70
49,291,222 aO
16,667,230.00
303, 840, 275. 80
31, 682, 772. 20
66, 833, 835. 00
850, 969, 268. 50 204,252,491.50
58,401,800.00
853, 013,153. CO 235, 912, 087. CO
32,404,510.00
637, 863, 334. 00 163, 695, 066. 00
5. 563, 375. 00
180,SD6,360.U0
40, 583 840 00
23.970.100.00
275. 864, 830.00
40, 553. 470. 00
1. 646, 500. 00
269. 881, 500. 00
18.938,500.00
16, 907, 000. 00
82, 405, 500. 00
577. 081, 500. 00
6, 075,000. 00
755, 000. 00 ' 691, 980, 000. 00
38. 080, 000. 00
88, 640,000. 00 1,924,230,000.00

312, 677, 000 7, 851, 355,108 340, 357, 020. 00 6,939,885,159.00
1,000, 000. ,00

911,469,949.00
1. 000, OOU. U
O

312, 677, 000 7,851,355,108 340, 357, 020. 00 6, 940,885,159. 00 910 469 949 00
1899.

One dollar
T w o dollars . . . .
F i v e dollars
Ten dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fiftydollars
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 thousand dollars
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollar.s
Teu t h o u s a u d dollars
Total
U n k n o w n , d e s t r o y e d ..'.
Net

.




37,8G8,000
461, 464,160
20.368, U O 355,891,048
O
81,700,000 1,136.921,760
• 72,720,000 1.161. 645, 240
44, SSn, 000
846, 438, 400
8.000,000
229, 440. 200
2, 800. 000
319,218.300
2,100, O U
U
290,-920, 000
4U.000
659. 527, 000
698. 055, 000
30, 790, 000 1.993,100,000

31.644,636.00
405, 949, 573. 70
55,514 586 30
33 946 145 20
18,104, 627. 00 321, 944, 902. 80
72, 595, 547. 00
923. 564, 815. 50 213, 356, 944. 50
62. 325.155. 00 915. 338, 308. 00 246 306 932 CO
35,314,840.00
673,178,174.00 173,260.226.00
9. 328, 925.00
190,185, 285. 00 39, 254, 915. 00
8.868,100 00
284, 732, 930. 00
34,485.370.00
5. 344, .500. 00 275, 226, 000. 00
15,694,000.00
27. 837, 000. 00
604.918,500.00
54, 608, 500. 00
885, 000. 00
692.865. 000. 00
5 190 U O 00
O
37, 550. OOO.'OO 1,961,780,000.00
31,320.000.00

301.266,000 8,152,621.108 309*. 798. 330. 00 7, 249, 683. 489.00
1.000,000.00

902,937.619.00
1, 000, 000. 00

301, 266, 000 8,152, 621,108 309, 798, 330. 00 7, 250, 683, 489.00

901,937,619.00

97

TREASURER.
No. 36.

-AMOUNT OF P A P E R C U R R E N C Y OF EACH DENOMINATION
AT THE C L O S E O F E A C H F I S C A L Y E A R F R O M 1878.

Denomination.
1878.
One dollar
Two dollars
Five dollars
Teu dollars
Tweuty dollars
Fifty dollars
One hundred dollars
Fivehundred dollars...
Onethousand dollars..
Five thousand dollars .
Teu thousand dollars ..
Total
Unknown, destroyed.

Legal-tender
notes.

$20,929,874
20, 910, 948
54, 669, 557
65,551,644
62,720, 643
27,182, 680
31, 624, 670
30, 878, 500
33,212, 500

Certificates.

$123, 220
12, 240
13,250
1, 517, 700
3, 290. 000
7, 461, 000
10, 815, 000
09,230, 000

OUTSTANDING

National-hank
notes.

$4, 059,836
.2, 820,132
93,908, 525
104, 097, 270
68, 632, 220
21, 704, 900
28, 300, 600
1,097,000
305, 000

$24, 989,710
23, 731, 080
148, 578, 082
169, 772,134
131, 365,103
48, 900,830
61,442,970
35,265, 500
40, 978, 500
10, 815, 000
69. 230, 000

92, 462,410

324, 925,483

765, 068, 909
1, 000,000

• 346, 681, 016

Net.

347, 681, 016
1, 000, 000

92,462,410

324, 925,483

764, 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
316,000

22,226, 860
20, 892, 659
150, 084, 588
171, 222,732
131,139, 387
46, 802, 690
60, 258, 280
34, 964, 000
39,544, 500
9, 805, 000
36, 990, 000

1879.
One dollar
Two dollars
FiA'-e dollars
Ten dollars
Twenty dollars
Fiftydollars
One hundred dollars...
Five huudred dollars ..
One thousand dollars ..
Five thousand dollars..
Ten thousand dollars . .

18, 209, 981
18,092, 653
54,107,113
64, 638, 562
60,470,887
25, 523, 340
32. 038,480
32, 569, 500
35, 070, 500
4, 000, 000
2,960, 000

163, 830
96, 920
145, 000
1,174, 900
1,710,000
4,158, 000
5, 805, 000
34, 030, 000

Net.

347,681,016
1,000,000

47, 283, 650

346, 681, 016

Total
Unknown, destroved.

47,283, 650

723, 930, 696
1, 000,000
328, 966, 030

722,930,696

2, 687, 022
1, 885, 960
100, 578, 275
113, 581, 040
74, 988,440
21,679,300
27, 521, 500
702, 000
270,000

23,019, 354
22, 238,773
166, 010, 823
190, 645,131
149,107, 627
47, 817, 245
62, 631, 970
21, 621, 000
21, 801, 500
3, 875, 000
17,460, 000

1880.
One dollar
Two dollars
Five dollars
Ten dollars
Twenty dollars
Fi fty dollars
Onehundred dollars
Five huudred dollars ..
One thousand dollars ..
Five thousand dollars..
Ten thousand dollars ..

20, 332, 332
20, 352, 813
65,432, 548
74, 916, 751
72,143, 207
24, 808, 995
32, 797, 870
19, 224, 000
16, 532, 500
680,000
460,000

2,147, 340
1,975,980
1,328,950
2, 312, 600
1, 695, 000
4, 999, 000
3,195, 000
17, 000, 000

347, 681, 016
I, 000, 000

34, 653,870

343,893,537

726, 228,423
I, 000, 000

346, 681,016

34, 653, 870

343, 893, 537

725, 228,423

1,564, 390
1,093,334
99, 962, 365
119,214,320
79, 255, 640
23,051,750
29, 518,100
723,500
235,'000

24,'210,152
23,337, 456
169, 531,443
216,571,737
169, 690,057
50, 236, 260
66, 763, 760
17,198, 500
16,464, 500
2,720,000
14,140, 000

68, 564, 450

354, 618, 399

770, 863, 865
1, 000, 000

68,564,450

Total
Unknown, destroyed.
Net

354, 618, 399

769, 863, 865

29, 245,720
24, 960, 960
3, 283, 550
4, 244, 600
1,943,000

912, 546
608,080
97,490,980
121,436,400
82,186, 560
23,395, 400
30,453, 300
880,000

26, 633, 500
25, 230,705
164,833,520
223, 466, 886
175, 804, 991
50, 870, 720
69,167, 290
17, 699, 000

1881.
One dollar
Two dollars
Five dollars..:
Ten dollars
Twenty dollars
Fifty dollars
One hundred dollars . . .
Five hundred dollars ..
One thousand dollars . .
Five thousand dollars..
Ten thousand dollars ..
Total...
Unknown, destroyed.

22, 645,762
22, 244,122
69, 569, 078
76, 990, 387
72, 271, 597
23, 702, 910
32, 947, 660
14. 570, 000
12,024,500
455,000
260,000
347, 681. 016
1, 000, 000

Net.

20, 367, 030
18,162, 820
3,481,600
4, 298, 000
1, 905, 000
4, 205, 000
2, 265, 000
13,880,000

1882.
One dollar
Two dollars
Five dollars
Ten dollars
Twenty dollars
Fifty clollars
Oue hundred dolla.-rs
Five hundred dollais

F l 99
7



25, 720, 954
24, 622, 625
67, 342, 540
72, 784. 766
68,657,471
24,191, 770
34, 4G9. 390
14, 876, U O
U

98
No,

REPORT ON THE FINANCES.
3 6 . — A M O U N T OF P A P E R CURRENCY O F EACH DENOMINATION OUTSTANDING.
AT THE CLOSE OF EACH FISCAL YEAR FROM 1878—Continued.

Denomination.

Legal-tender
notes.

. 1882.
One thousand dollars . .
Five thousaud dollars..
Ten thousand dollars . .

$12,335,500

Total
Unknowu, destroyed...

Certificates.

National-hank
notes.

Total.

$192,000

$15, 953,500
3, 550, 000
16,520,000

347, 681, 016
1,000, 000

84, 493, 830

357, 555, 26G

789, 730,112
I, 000, 000

346,681,016

Net

$3,426, 000
3,130. 000
14, 260, 000

84, 493, 830

357,555, 266

788, 730,112

628, 203
393, 080
93, 593, 555
120, 013,440
83,700,980
23,831, 250
32. 726, 900
965, OOU
217,000

28, 364, 660
25,917, 474
164, 743, 640
229, 634, 218
190, 464, 213
60, 764, 880
81.149, HIO
26,717, UUO
32, 285, 500
10, 235, 000
37,650, 000

420,OUO

2,260, 000

1883.
One dollar
Two dollars
Five dollars
Ten dollars
•
Twenty dollars
Fifty dollars
One huudred dollars...
Five huudred dollars..
One thousaud dolla.rs . .
Five thousand dollars..
Ten thousaud dollars..

27, 736,457
25, 524, 394
71,150, 085
72, 732, 886
62, 446,9*09
23, 885, 895
34, 302. 390
15, 098, 500
14, 328, 500
315, 000
160,000

Total
Uukuown, destroyed...

347,681,016
1,000,000

184,175, 471

356, 069, 408

887,925, 895
1, 000, 000

346, 681, 016

184, 175,471

356, 069, 408

886, 925,895

511,564
298,642
87, 249, 585
113,311,490
80.515,720
22,752,100
32, 983, 700
845,500
221, OUO

27,171, 749
25,196, 528
162, 802, 500
230,329,218
191), 790. 233
61,373,630
83, 953, 810
30. 918, 500
40, 783, 500
13. 395, 000
42,170, 000

Net

36, 887, 892
44,316,324
13, 047, 735
14,120, 020
10,653,500
17, 740, 000
9, 920, 000
37, 490, 000

1884.

One dollar
Two dollars
Five dollars
Ten dollars
Twenty dollars
Fifty dollars
One hundred dollars , . .
Five hundred dollars..
One thousaud dollars..
Five thousaud dollars..
Ten thousand dollars..

26, 660,185
24, 897, 886
75, 552, 915
69, 527, 016
58,054, 629
23, 208, 895
33, 640, 990
16, 91.4, 000
19,034, 500
130, UOO
60, 000

Total
Unknown, destroyed...

347, 681, 016
1, 000, 000

231, 51.4, 351

338, 689, 301

917,884,668
1, 000, OUU

346, 681, 016

231,514,351

338, 689, 301

916, 884, 668

455, 357
250, 976
81,172, 315
. 104,951,890
75,721, 280
21, 261, 200
32,155, 600
712, 000
172,000

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, OUO
82, 540, 000

Net
1885.
J.

47, 490, 712
61, 2.19, 884
15, 412, 635
17, 329,120
13.159,000
21, 528, UUO
13, 265, 000
42, n o , 000

One dollar
Two dollars
Five dollars
Ten dollars
Twenty dollars
Fifty dollars
Onehundred dollar.s . . .
Five hundred dollars...
One thousaud dollars . .
Five thousand dollars..
Ten thousand dollars..

24, 952, 062
25,295,069
75, 997, 805
64, 539, 386
55,126, 509
23, 459, 895
32, 896, 790
16,557,000
28, 716, 500
100, 000
40,000

Total
Unknowu, destroyed...

347, 681, 016
1, 000, 000

309, 509, 786

316,852,618

974, 043, 420
1,000, 000

346, 681, 016

309, 509, 786

31.6, 852, 618

973,043, 420

418,482
220, 796
83, 283,180
101. 490,180
72,966, 420
19, 266,100

18, 022, 404
18.425,166
168, 912, 399
218,418,228
184, 979, 31.7
59,660,160
80, 277, 520
28,144, 500
57, 881, 500
16. 090,000
70,620, 000

Net

51, 747,127
64, 355, 304
18, 097, 835
19, 482,020
23,102, 500
32,06U,000
18,165, OUO
82, 500, 000

1886.
One dollar
Two dollars
Five dollars
Ten dollars
Tweuty dollars
Fifty clollars
One hundred dollars...
Five hundred dollars . .
Oue thousand dollars . .
Five thousand dollars..
Ten thousaud dollars..

17, 603, 922
18, 204, 370
85, 629, 219
66, 658, 661
55, 078, 379
23, 291, 265
31, 359, 700
12, 424, 000
37, 361, 500
60,000
10, 000

Total
Unknown, destroyed...

347, 681, 016
1, 000, 000

265, 261, 920

308, 488, 25i

921,431,194
I, 000, 000

346, 681, 016

265, 261, 920

308,488, 258

920, 431,194

Net




50, 269, 387.
56, 934, 518
17,102, 795
18, 624, 220
15, 275, 000
20, 416, 000
16, 030, 000
70, 610, 000

30, 293, OUU

445,500
104,000

99

TREASURER.
N o . 36.-

- A M O U N T O F P A P E R C U R R E N C Y OF EACH DENOMINATION OUTSTANDING

AT THE CLOSE OF EACH FISCAL YEAR FROM 1878—Continued.
Denoraination.

Legal-tender
notes.

Certificates.

National-hank
notes.

Total.

1887.
$13, 979,496
8,905, 996
7,728, 242
54, 200, 870
61, 501, 078
13,421,455
II, 670,830
12,700, 000
17,897, 000
13, 665,000
60,380, 000

$397,856
205, 062
78,116, 275
91, 616, 850
65, 781, 220
16,378,450
25, 990, 800
328. 000
79,000

$23,174, 729
18,119, 630
ISO, 909, 367
226,189,191
191, 211, 659
51,708, 890
67, 305, 030
20,732,500
49,173, 500
13, 710, 000
GO, 390, 000

347,681,016
1, OUO, 000

276,049,967

278, 893, 513

902, 624, 496
1, 000, 000

278, 893, 513

901, 624,496

5,180,233
4, 976, 936
81, 054, 872
86, 264, 401
84, 813, 924
21, 870, 550
31,104, lUO
8, 068, 000
24, 303, 000
35, 000
10, 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
24, 500, 000
57, 700, 000

391, 042
199, 784
72, 426, 835
81, 453, 460
59, 272,120
14, 501, 500
23, 613, 900
259, 000
62, UUU

32, 302, 879
23, 773, 958
205, 091, 567
248.183, 371
200, 888, 204
51, 008, 800
71, 440, 300
21,118, 500
50,188, 000
24, 535, 000
57,710,000

347, 681, 016
1, 000, 000

386, 379,922

252,179, 641

986, 240, 579
1, 000, 000

386, 379, 922

252,179, 641

985, 240, 579

3, 714, 528
3, 351, 294
58, 334, 960
86, 584, 253
93, 413, 246
24,242,415
34, 808, 820
.14,499,500
28, 687, 000
35, 000
10,000

27, 907, 972
20, 237, 665
85,579,740
87, 436, 623
46, 088, 718
11, 902,160
13, 972, 920
11, 422, 000
21, 440, 500
37, 555, 000
70, 340, 000

377,319
189,562
59,166, 305
68, 091, 770
51, 233, 920
11,986, 650
19,851,200
220, 000
56, 000

31, 999, 819
23, 778, 521
203, 081,005
242,112, 646
190, 735, 884
48,131, 225
68, 632, 940
26,141, 500
50,183, 500
37, 590, 000
70,350,000

347, 681, 016
1, 000, 000

433,883, 298

211,172, 726

992, 737, 040
1, 000, 000

346, 681, 016

Total
Unknown, destroyed...

$8,797, 377
9, 008, 572
05, 064, 850
80, 371,471
63, 929, 361
21,908,985
29,643,400
7,704,500
31,197. 500
45, 000
10, 000

276, 049, 967

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 clollars
Onehundred dollars...
F i v e h u n d r e d dollar's . .
One t h o u s a u d d o l l a r s . .
Five thousand dollars..
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars . .

433, 883, 298

211,172, 726

991, 737, 040

3, 292, 353
2, 872, 879
57, 780, 384
90, 410, 800
111,486,350
21, 462, 400
32, 524, 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, 330
12, 298, 065
16, 402, 420
11,595,000
23, 232, 500
34, 850,000
67,580,000

371, 488
' 185,310
52, 014, 270
59, 544, 070
45, 516, 840
10,276,900
17, 571, 600
192, 500
50. 000

34, 798, 323
25, 615, 949
211,871, 811
261, 425, 886
195,237,520
-44,037,365
66, 498, 370
23,116, 000
39, 820, 500
34, 875, 000
67, 590, 000

347,681,016
1, 000, 000

471,482, 730

185, 722, 978 1. 004, 886, 724
1. 000, 000

346, 681, 016

471,482, 730

185, 722,978 1,003,886,724

. 6,906,650
6, 456, 974
67, 623,174
108, 633, 085

29, 065, 208
19, 233, 505
110,069,725
110, 584,531

Net
1888.
One dollar
T w o dollars
Fivedollars
,
T e n dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fiftydollars
..,
One'hundred dollars...
F i v e h u n d r e d dollars..
Onethousand dollars..
Five thousand dollars..
Ten t h o u s a n d dollars . .
Total
Unknown,.destroy e d . . .
Net
1889.
One dollar
T w o dollars
Five'dollars
Ten dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
Oue h u n d r e d d o l l a r s . . .
Five huudred dollars..
One t h o u s a n d dollars..
Five thousand dollars.
Ten thousaud dollars..
Total
Unknown, destroyed...
Net
1890.
O n e dollar
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
Ten dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
One bundred d o l l a r s . . .
F i v e hundred dollars.One t h o u s a n d dollars..
Five thousaud dollars..
Teu thousaud dollars..
Total
,.-...
Unknown, d e s t r o y e d . .
Net

."..
1891.

O n e dollar
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
Ten dollars




367,071
181, 750
47, 567. 685
53,113, 900

, 36, 338, 929
25, 872, 229
225, 260, 584
272,331,516

100
No,

REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.
3 6 . — A M O U N T OF P A P E R C U R R E N C Y O F EACH DENOMINATION OUTSTANDING
AT T H E CLOSE O F EACH F I S C A L YEAR FROM 1878—Continued.

Denomination.
1891.
T w e n t y dollars
Fiftydollars
Oue hundred dollars...
Five hundred dollars.
Oue t h o u s a n d dollars .
F i v e t h o u s a n d dollars
Ten thousaud dollars..

Legal-teuder
notes.

National-hank
notes.

Total.

$122,135, 050
18, 843, 550
35, 432, 950
9,378,000
22,475, 000
15, OCO
10, 000

$42,623, 010
14, 318, 615
19, 218, 520
13, 828, 000
23, 685, 500
27, 000,000
81.330, 000

$40,914,000
9,167, 800
16, 020, 200
176, 500
42,000

$205, 672, 060
42, 329, 965
70, 671, 670
23, 382. 500
46, 202, 500
27,015, 000
81, 340, O O
U

397, 909, 433^
1, 000, 000

490,956, 614

167, 550, 906

1, 056,416,953
1, 000, 000

490, 956, 61.4

167, 550, 906

1, 055, 416, 953

10,324, 030
11, 757, 488
84, 840, 804
123,324,335
124,181,730
16,870,150
36,138, 050
12, 510, 500
29,412, COO
15, 000
^ 10,000

27,311,775
17,129,837
102, 431,715
110, 590, 751
56,183, 770
18, 822, 765
26, 632, 620
11,040, 500
21,569,500
31,100,000
95,820, 000

363,387
178, 978
49, 690, 990
54, 547, 000
41, 314, 900
9, 256, 300
16, 850, 300
161, 000
37,000

37, 999,192
29, 006, 303
236, 963, 5U9
288, 462, U86
221, 680, 400
44, 949, 215
79, 620, 970
23, 721, 000
51, 018, 500
31,115,000
95,830, 000

44,9, 393, 087
1, 000, O U
U

518,633,233

172, 399, 855

1,140,426,175
1, OOU, 000

448,393, 087

Total
Unknown, destroyed .

518, 633, 233

172, 399, 855

1,139,426,175 >

16,695,156
15, 212,098
99,138, 324
135, 022, 245
121, 815, 370
15, 233, 000
31, 086, 550
16,245, 500
44, 398, 000
15, 000
10,000

22, 854, 833
16, Q22, 699
94,001,805
107,213, 741
65, 600, 830
19, 315, 365
26,161, 920
6, 641,000
13,111, 500
18, 215, 000
47,070,000

359, 590
176,102
51, 354, 355
56, 998,170
42,550, 380
9,318,700
17,414,100
146, 000
33,000

39, 900, 579
31,410,899
244,494, 484
299, 234,156
229, 966, 580
43, 867, 065
74, 662, 570
23, 032, 500
57, 542, 500
IS, 230, 000
47, 080, 000

494, 871, 243
1, 000, 000

436, 208, 693

178, 350, 397

1,109,430, 333
1, 000, 000

493, 871, 243

436, 208, 693

178, 350, 397

1,108, 430, 333

15, 881, 901
12, 816, 728
86, 603, 969
125, 335.175
115, 236,410
15,182, 300
35, 617,950
12,039,000
81,527,000
15, 000
10, 000

22, 281, 229
15, 366, 373
87, 651, 885
104,611,711
76, 314,170
17,274,515
29, 898, 520
5,029, 500
9, 383, 500
12, 580,000
83,180, 000

357, 050
174, 282
61, 510, 485
66, 006, 800
48. 685, 320
10, 274, 550
19, 680, 800
133,500
32, 000

38, 520,180
28, 357, 383
235,766, 339
295, 953, 686
240, 235, 900
42, 731, 365
85,197, 270
17, 202, 000
90, 942, 500
12, 595, 000
83,190,000

500, 265, 433
1, 000, 000

463, 571, 403

206, 854, 787

1,170, 691, 623
1, 000, 000

499, 265,433

463, 571,403

206, 854, 787

1,169, 691, 623

14, 235, 945
I I , 291, 927
94, 742, 929
120. 629,495
105, 679,470
13,193, 500
31, 506, 650
9, 277, 500
93,187, U O
O

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

354, 573
172, 254
64, 369, 860
66, 408, 266
48, 960, 824
10, 527, 650
20, 437, 500
127, 000
29, 000

41,832,224
28,131,232
247, 375,499
285, 461, 362
227,964,104
38, 280, 815
76,512,570
13, 991, 500
101,461,500

Net
1892.
Oue dollar
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e u dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fifty dollars
One huudred dollars..
F i v e h u u d r e d dollars .
One t h o u s a u d dollars .
F i v e thousand dollars.
Ten thousand dollars.
Total
Unknowu, destroyed .
Net
1893.
One dollar
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
T e u dollars
T w e u t y dollars
Fiftydollars
One h u u 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 .
F i v e t h o u s a u d dollarsTen thousand dollars .
Total

Certificates.

:

Unknowu, destroyed..
Net
1894.
One dollar
Two dollars.-.Fivedollars
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 h u n d r e d dollars .
Oue t h o u s a n d dollars .
Five thousand dollars.
Ten thousand dollars.
Total
Unknown, destroyed..
Net
1895.
O n e dollar
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
Ten dollars
T w e n t y dollars
Fiftydollars
,
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s . . ,
F i v e h u u d r e d d o l l a r s .,
Que t h o u s a n d d o l l a r s .,




101

TEEASUEEE.
No.

3 6 . — A M O U N T OF P A P E R C U R R E N C Y OF EACH DENOMINATION OUTSTANDING
AT THE CLOSE O F EACH F I S C A L Y E A R FROM 1878—Continued.
Legal-tender
notes.

Denomination.

Certificates.

National-hank
notes.

Total.

1895.
$7, 735, 000
69,570,000

$15,000
10, 000

$7, 720, 000
69,560,000

493, 769, 416
1, 000, 000

433,159, 463

,$211, 386, 927

1,138,315, 806
1, 000,OUO

492, 769, 416

..
433,159,463

211,386,927

1,137, 315, 806

14, 743, 496
13,124,121
100, 527, 084
124,439, 325
91, 555, 470
13, 756, 250
31,234. 550
6,715,000
81, 244, 000
15,000
10, 000

29,440, 370
15, 788, 207
93, 974, 970
106, 028, 281
67, 565, 230
15, 212,415
26,743, 720
4,038,000
. 6,636,500
6, 220, 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, 000

44, 537, 258
29, 083, 566
265, 461,184
299, 691, 016
210, 567, 880
40,105, 765
80, 063, 970
10, 875, 000
87, 908, 500
6, 235, 000
46, 010, 000

477, 364, 296
1, 000, 000

417, 647, 693

225, 527,150

1,120,539,139
1, 000, O O
U

476, 364, 296

417, 647, 693

225,527,150

1,119, 539,139

14, 858, 688
11, 779, 328
92, 650, 092
114,381,361
82, 580, 952
15, 224, 675
27, 797, 200
16,103,000
87il48,0C0
15,000
10, 000

31, 064, 204
18,122, 674
101, 736, 235
113,372,526
72, 078, 624
17, 822. 540
32, 476, 370
3, 682, 000
5, 876, 500
6, 760,000
73, 610, 000

351, 032
169,398
73,093,425
71, 329, 940
52, 828, 640
10, 893, 900
21,828.200
115, 500
28. 000

46, 273, 924
30, 071,400
267, 479, 752
299, 083, 827
207,488, 216
43, 941,115
82,101, 770
19, 900 500
93,052, 500
6, 775, 000
73, 620, 000

• 462, 548,'296
1, OOU, 000

476,601,673

230, 638, 035

1,169,788, 004
1, 000 000

461, 548, 296

476, 601, 673

230, 638, 035

1,168, 788, 004

One dollar
T w o dollars
Fivedollars
-•
Ten dollars
.. ..
T w e n t y dollars
t
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
F i v e t h o u s a n c l clollars
Ten t h o u s a u d dollars . . .

18, 389, 283
12, 906, 958
94, 875,142
110, 258, 621
77, 957, 542
15, 083, 250
27,425, 000
15.361,500
76, 606, 000
15, 000
10, 000

30, 901, 939
18,775,814
109, 377, 350
125, 653,466
85, 737, 524
25, 500, 590
13,128,470
3, 577, 000
5, 799, 500
6, 060, 000
38, 070, 000

349,640
168,508
71, 416,125
70, 538, 310
52,745,120
10,749,150
21, 763,100
111,500
28, 000

49, 640, 862
31, 851, 280
275, 668, 617
306, 450, 397
216,440,186
51, 332, 990
62,316, 570
19, 050, 000
82, 433,500
6, 075, 000
38, 080, 000

Total
U n k n o w n , destroyed

448,888, 296
1,000,000

462, 581, 653

227, 869, 453

1,139, 339,402
1,000, 000

447, 888, 296

462, 581, 653

227,869,453

1,138, 339, 402

14, 772, 855
10, 953,726
106,461,792
120,114, 061
88,156, 312
13, 750,450
25, 586,100
12, 296, 000
49, 083, 000
15, 000
10,000

40, 741, 731
22,992,419
106, 895,153
126,192, 871
85,103, 914
25,504,465
. 8,899,270
3, 398,000
5,525, 500
5,175, 000
31, 310, 000

348, 721
167, 876
73,799, 985
75,403, 810
56, 379, 280
11, 543, 400
23, 540, 200
108, 000
28, 000

55, 863. 307
34,114, 021
287,156, 930
321, 710, 742
229.639, 506
50,798,315
58,025, 570
15, 802, 000
54, 636, 500
5,190,000
31, 320, 000

441,199,296
1, 000, 000

461, 738, 323

241.319, 272

1,144,256, 891
1,000, 000

440,199,296

461,738, 323

241, 319, 272

1,143, 256,891

Teu thousand dollars
Total
U n k n o w n destroved
Net
1896.
One dollar '.
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars . . .
T e n dollars
T w e n t v dollars
Fiftydollars.
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 u d dollars

.-

:

Total
Unknown destroyed

.
•

Net
1897.
O n e dollar
T w o dollars
F i v e dollars
Ten dollars
T w e n t y dollars
F i f t y clollars
...
One h u n d r e d d o l l a r s
F i v e hundred dollars
Oue t h o u s a u d d o l l a r s
Five thousaud dollars
T e u t h o u s a u d dollars
Total
U n k n o w n destroyed
Net
1898.

Net
1899.
O n e dollar
T w o dollars
. . . .
Fivedollars
Ten 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 d o l l a r s
F i v e t h o u s a u d dollars
T e n t h o u s a n d dollars

c

,.;

Total
Unknown, destroved
Net




102
No,

REPORT ON THE FINANCES.
S ' y . — O L D DEMAND N O T E S I S S U E D , R E D E E M E D , AND OUTSTANDING AT T H E
CLOSE OF EACH F I S C A L YEAR.

Redeemed durIssued during year.
ing year. Total issued.

Fiscal year.

$60, 030, 000

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 .
1S9G.
1897.
1898 .
1899.

No. 3§.

$8, 924, 765. 00
47,721, 235. 00
2, 594, 962. 50
316,434. 00
200,440. 75
63, 730. 25
64, 520.50
20,172. 75
17,483.25
9, 750: 50
8, 209. 25
8, 328. 75
3, 235. 00
6, 625.00
3,190. CO
2,955.00
1, 665. 00
827.50
495. 00
440. CO
840. 00
710.CO
545.00
490. 00
505. 00
315.00
322. 50
365. 00
410.00
385.00
800. CO

"560.'66'
350.00
150.00

Outstanding.

$8, 924,765.00 $51,105, 235. 00
56, 646,000. CO
3, 384,coo:00
59,240, 962. 50
789, 037.50
59, 557,396. 50
472, 603. 50
59, 757,837. 25
272, 162.75
59, 821,567.50
208, 432. 50
59, 886,088. 00
143, 912. 00
59, 906,260. 75
123, 739. 25
59, 923,744. 00
106, 256.00
59,933, 494.50
505. 50
59,941, 703.75
296.25
59, 950,032. 50
967. 50
59, 953,267. 50
732. 50
59,959, 892. 50
107. 50
59, 963,082. 50
917. 50
59. 966,037. 50
962. 50
59, 967,702. 50
297.50
59, 968,530. 00
470. 00
59,969, 025. 00
975.00
59, 969,4C5. CO
535. 00
59, 970,305.00
695.CO
59,971, 015. 00
985. 00
59, 971,560. 00
440. 00
59, 972,050. 00
950. 00
59, 972,555. 00
445.00
59, 972,870. 00
130.00
59, 973,192.50
807.50
59, 973,557.50
442. 50
59, 973,967. 50
032. 50
59, 974,352. 50
647. 50
59, 974,352. 50
647.50
59, 974,352.50
647.50
59, 975,152. 50
847.50
59, 975,152. 50
847. 50
59, 975,652. 50
347. 50
59, 975,652. .50
347.50
59, 976,002. 50
997. 50
59, 976,1.52. 50
847. 50

- F R A C T I O N A L C U R R E N C Y I S S U E D , R E D E E M E D , A N D OutSTANDiNG A T T H E
CLOSE O F E ^ C H FISCAL YEAR.
Issued duriug
year.

" Fiscal year.
1863
1864
1865
I8G6
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.
1897.
1898.
1899.

030,000
030, 000
030, 000
030, 000
030, 000
030,000
030,000
030, 000
030, 000
030,000
030,000
030, 000
030,000
030,000
030, 000
030,000
030,000
030, 000
030, 000
030,000
030,000
030, 000
030,COO
030,000
030, 000
030, 000
030,"C00
030, 000
030, 000
030, 000
030,000
030,000
030, 000
030, 000
030, 000
030, 000
030, 000
030, 000

Total
redeemed.

•
.

I $20,192,456.00
8,169, 527.10
• . 14, 618, 757. 30
..
1 17, 886, 378.75
1 19,896, 268. 65
! 25, 022, 624. 00
I 23, 709,131. 65
:..' 31, 209,716.00
: 31,103, 904. 00
' 31, 816, 900. 00
38, 674, 800. 00
41, 434, 916. 00
36, 612, 800. 00
28, 375, 900. 00




Total issued.

Redee
d during year.

$20,192, 456. 00
28, 361, 983.10
42,980, 740.40
60, 867, 119.15
80, 763, 387. 80
105, 786, 011.80
129,495, 143. 45
160, 704, 859.45
191, 808, 763.45
223, 625, 663.45
262, 300, 463.45
303, 735, 379.45
340, 348, 179. 45
368, 724, 079.45
368, 724, 079.45
368, 724, 079.45
368, 724. 079.45
368, 724, 079. 45
368,724, 079.45
368.724, 079. 45
368, 724, 079.45
368, 724, 079. 45
368,724, 079.45
368, 724, 079.45
368, 724, 079.45
368, 724, 079. 45
368, 724, 079. 45
368, 724, 079.45
368, 724, 079.45
368, 724, 079. 45
368, 724, 079.45
368, 724, 079.45
368, 724, 079. 45
368, 724, 079. 45
368, 724, 079. 45
368, 724, 079. 45
368, 724, 079. 45

$6, 037, 700. 00
11,909, 911.64
15,910, 632.15
18,430, 520. 99
20, 769, 338.55
24, 322, 402.76
23, 445, 668. 88
3U, 399, 713.92
31, 543, 939. 29
34, 731, 269. 83
4U, 352, 985.77
40, 364, 671.48
36, 058, 728.80
14, 043, 458. 05
3, 855, 368. 57
705, 158. 66
251, 717. 41
109, 001. 05
58, 705. 55
46, 556. 96
20, 629. 50
15, 885. 43
10, 088. 36
7, 123.15
24, 320. 55
5, 953. 35
5, 179. 50
. 3, 831.37
4, 216. 98
2, 958.00
3, 367.20
3, 019. 93
2, 933. 35
3. 482. 00
2. 950. 00
3. 343. 48

Total
redeeraed.

Outstanding.

$20,192, 456. CO
$6, 037,700. 00 22, 324,283.10
17, 947.611.64
25, 033,128. 76
33, 858,243.79
27, 008,875. 36
52, 288,764. 78 28, 474.623. 02
73, 058,103.33 • 32,727,908. 47
9'7, 380,
506. 09 32,114, 637. 36
120, 826,174.97
39, 878,684.48
151,225, 888. 89 40, 582,874. 56
182,769, 828.18
40, 855,835. 27
217,501, 098. 01 44, 799,365.44
257,854, 083.78
45, 881,295. 67
298, 218,755. 26 42,129, 424.19
334, 277,484.06
34, 446,595. 39
348, 320,942.11
20,403, 137.34
352,176, 310. 68 16, 547.768.77
352,881, 469. 34 15, 842,610.11
353,133, 186. 75 15, 590,892. 70
353,242, 187. 80 15, 481,891. 65
353, 300,893.35
15, 423,186.10
353,347, 450. 31 15, 376,629.14
353, 368,079.81
15, 355,999. 64
353, 383,965. 24 15, 340,114.21
353, 394,053.60
15,330, 025. 85
353, 401,176. 75 15, 322,902. 70
353, 425.497. 30 15. 298.582.15
353,431, 450.65
15; 292,628. 80
353,436, 630.15
15, 287,449.30
353,440, 461. 52 15, 283,617. 93
353, 444,678. 50 15, 279,400. 95
353, 447,636. 50 15, 276,442. 95
353,451, 003.70
15, 273,075.75
353, 454,023. 63 15, 270,055. 82
353, 456,956. 98 15, 267,122. 47
353,460, 438. 98 15, 263,640. 47
353, 463,388. 98 15, 260,690. 47
353, 466,732. 46 15,257, 346. 99

103

TREASURER.
No. 39,

- U N I T E D STATES P A P E R C U R R E N C Y OUTSTANDING AT THE CLOSE OF EACH
F I S C A L YEAR.
Old deraand
uotes.

Fiscal year.
1862
1863
1864
1865
1866...
3867
1868
18G9
1870
1871. • .
1872
1873
1874.
1875
1876
1877 ..
1878
1879
ISSO .
1881
1882
1883
1884 .
...
1885
1886
1887
1888
1889
1890
1891
1892
1893
1894
1895 .
1896
1897
1898 .
1899..

...

$51,105,235. 00
3. 384, 000. 00
789, 037. 50
472, 603. 50
272,162.75
208,432. 50
143, 912. 00
123, 739. 25
106,256.00
96, 505. 50
88, 296.25
79, 967. 50
76, 732.50
70,107.50
66, 917. 50
63, 962. 50
62. 297. 50
61, 470. CO
60, 975. 00
60, 535. 00
59, 695.00
58, 985.00
58,440. 00
57, 950. CO
57,445. CO
57,130.00
56, 807. 50
56, 442. 50
56, 032. 50
55, 647. 50
55, 647. 50
55,647.50
54, 847. 50
54, 847. 50
54, 347. 50
54, 347. 50
53,997. 50
53; 847.50

Fiscal year. Gold certificates.
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
1897
1898..
1899

United States Treasury notes Fractional curof 1890.
reucy.
notes.
$96, 620, 000. CO
387, 646, 589. 00
447,300, 203.10
431, 066,427.99
400, 780. 305. 85
371,783,597.00
356, 000, 000.00
356, 000, 000. CO
356, 000, 000.00
356, 000, 000. CO
357, 500, 000.00
356, 000, 000. 00
382, 000, 000. 00
375, 771, 580.00
369, 772, 284. 00
359, 764, 332.00
346,681,016.00
346, 681, 016.00
346, 681, 016. 00
346, 681. 016. 00
346, 681, 016. 00
346,681,016.00
346, 681, 016. 00
346, 681, 016. 00
346. 681, 016. 00
346, 681, 016. 00
346,681,016.00
346, 681, 016. 00
346, 681, 016. 00
346, 681, 016. 00
346, 681, 016. 00
346,681, 016. 00
346,681,016.00
346, 681, 016. 00
346, 681, 016. 00
346, 681, 016. 00
346, 681, 016. 00
346, 681, 016. 00

Silver certificates.

$147, 725, 235. 00
$20,192,456. 00 411 223 045 00
22, 324, 283.10 470,413, 523.70
25, 033,128. 76 456, 572,160. 25
27, 008, 875. 36 428,061,343.96
28,474, 623. 02 400,466, 652. 52
32, 727, 908. 47 .388, 871, 820.47
32, 114, 637. 36 388. 238, 376. 61
39, 878, 684.48 395, 984,940.48
396,-679, 380. 06
40,-582,874.56
40, 855, 835. 27 398,444,131.52
44, 799, 365.44 400, 879, 332. 94
45, 881, 295. 67 427, 958, 028.17
417, 971, 111. 69
42,129,424.19
34,446, 595. 39 " 404, 285, 796.89
20,403,137. 34 380,231, 431.84
16, 547, 768. 77 363, 291, 082.27
15, 842, 610.11 362, 585, 096.11
15, 590, 892. 70 362, 332, 883.70
15,481,891.65
362, 223,442. 65
15,423,186.10
362,163, 897.10
15, 376, 629.14 362,116,630.14
- 15, 355, 999. 64 362, 095, 455. 64
15, 340,114. 21 362, 079, 080. 21
15, 330, 025. 85 362, 068, 486. 85
15, 322, 902. 70 362, 061, 048.70
15, 298. 582.15 362, 036, 405. 65
15.292, 628.80 362, 030, 087. 30
15, 287, 449. 30 362, 024,497. 80
15,283,617.93
412. 248, 698.43
$50, 228, 417. 00
15,279,400.95
463,728,135.45
101,712.071.00
147,190, 227. CO 15. 276, 442.95 509, 203, 333. 45
152, 584, 417. 00 .15,273,075.75
514, 593 356. 25
146,088, 400.00 15, 270, 055. 82 508, 094, 319. 32
129, 683, 280. 00 15, 267,122.47 491; 685,765. 97
114,867,280.00
15, 263, 640. 47 476, 866, 283. 97
101,207, 280. CO 15,260,690.47' 463, 202, 983. 97
93,518,280.00
15, 257, 346. 99 455,510,490.49

Currency certifiTotal certificates.
cates.

.
>
$10,947,860.00
18,773,580.00
17,678, G40. Of
33. 086,180. oe
34. 547,120. 00
19, 886, 300. 00
32, 086, 300. 00
39, 460, 000. 00
22, 825,100. 00
21, 796, 300. 00
28, 681,400.00
41, 572, 600. 00
44, 367, 000. CO
$1, 850, 410.00
15, 413, 700. 00
2, 539, 950. 00
12, 374. 270. UO
8, 004, 600. 00
5, 782, 920.00
51,166, 530. CO
66, 096, 710. 00
5. 037,120.00
88, 616, 831. 00
82, 378, 640. CO
120,891,691.00
98, 392, 660.00
139,901,646.00
140,323,140.00
115,977, 675. 00
131,174, 245.00
121.486,817.00
I45, 543,150. 00
229. 491, 772. 00
142, 023,150. 00
262; 629, 746.00
154.048.552,00
301.539.751.00
157.542:979.00
152,461.429.00
314, 715,185. 00
156, 598, 929. CO 331,614,304.00
330 957 504.00
92, 846,189 00
66, 387, 899. 00 337,148,504.00
48, 469, 959. 00 • 328,894,504.00
'42,818,189.00
342, 619, 504. CO
38, 782,169. 00
375, 479, 504. 00
37, 420,149. 00
398, 556, 504. 00
34, 297. 819. 00 406. 085. 504. 00




Total notes.

$31, 810. 000.00
58,990, 000.00
59, 045, 000. 00
33,140, 000.00
53, 980, 000.00
46, 245, 000. 00
29, 330, 000. 00
14. 275,000. 00
11,615,000.00
13, 360, 000.00
13,180, 000.00
12,230, 000. 00
29, 285, 000. 00
18,110, 000. 00
9, 020, 000.00
14, 865. 000. CO
17,195, 000. 00,
12, 390, 000. 00
23, 780, 000.00
30, 420, 000.00
12,405, 000. 00
60, 035. 000. 00
55, 795; 000. 00
32,210,000.00
62, 340, 000. 00
26,605.000.00
21. 355. 000. 00

$10, 947, 860. 00
18, 773, 580.00
17, 678, 640. 00
33, 086, 180. CO
34, 547,120. 00
19, 886, 300. 00
32, 086, 300. 00
. 71,270,000.00
81, 815,100.00
80,841,300.00
61,821, 400.00
95, 552, 600.00
92,462,410. 00
47, 283, 650. CO
34, 653, 870. 00
68,564, 450. 00
84,493,830.00
184,175,471.00
231,514,351.00
309,509,786.00
265, 261, 920.00
276, 049, 967. 00
386. 379, 922. 00
433.873,298.00
471,472,730.00
490, 956, 614.00
518, 633. 233. 00
436 208,693.00
463,571,403:00
433,159, 4.63. CO
417,647,693.CO
476, 601, 673. CO
462,581,653.00
461.738. 323. 00

Grand total.
$147, 725, 235. 00
411, 223, 045. 00
470,413, 523.70
456,572,160. 25
439.009, 203. 96
419, 240, 232.52
406, 550, 460.47
421, 324,556. 61
430, 532, 060. 48
416,565,680.06
430, 530,431.52
472,149,332.94
509,773,128.17
498,812,411. 69
466,107,196. 89
475,784,031.84
• 455, 753, 492.27
409, 868,746.11
396, 986,753.70
430. 787,892. 65
446,657, 727.10
546. 292,101.14
593,609, 806. 64
671,588,866.21
627, 330, 406. 85
638,111,015.70
748, 416, 327. 65
795,903.385.30
833.497,227.80
903,205,312.43
982, 361, 368.45
945,412, 026.45
978,164, 759. 25
941, 253,782. 32
909, 333,458. 97
953,467, 956. 97
925, 784, 636. 97
917,248,813.49

104
No.

REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.
4 0 . — 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 THE END OF EACH
M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878.

Bulliou.
1878—June July
August
September .
October —
November..
December ..
1879—January—
'February ..
March
AprU
May
June
July
August
September..
October
November..
December ..
1880—January
February...
March
April
May
June
July
August
September..
October
November..
Deceraber ..
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—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...




$206, 876, 605
208, 133,814
210. 472, 650
212, 251, 346
218, 079, 939
222, 152, 894
224, 838,801
229, 235, 474
231, 445, 024
234, 649, 458
235, 802,373
238, 572,616
240, 425,461
240, 560,487
245, 663,951
250, 859, 576
257. 606,067
269, 813, 847
274, 540,357
282, 298,186
288, 728, 662
293, 822,190
299, 642,337
304, 100,051
308, 356, 240
309, 135,440
315, 269, 785
319, 411,276
324, 913,480
332, 417, 600
340, 940, 239
349. 595, 310
357, 318,742
367, 052,765
376, 073,889
383, 563,804
389, 466, 822
389, 103,988
401, 637,036
403, 753,977
414, 877,149
424, 421,418
433, 849,165
441, 179,112
442, 087. 988
449, 109, 282
454, 527, 946
448, 946, 973
450, 215, 829
447, 368,627
452, 204, 515
457, 878; 962
464, 620,153
469, 309. 447
472, 689, 330
476, 983, 775
478, 249,651
481, 437, 335
483, 008,483
483, 268, 279
486, 477,991
486, 054,872
488, 533,129
490. 513, 933
495, 685,416
497, 197,757
499, 701,839
501, 300, 220
499, 976,551
496, 700.556
495, 452, 475
497, 008,024
500, 961,189
501, 173, 090
503, 028.420
504. 906. 819
506, 337, 383
509. 813,071
512, 695.853
514, 408.336
516, 430, 362

Total.

$6, 323, 372 $213,199. 977
7, 714, 922 215, 848, 736
7, 713, 661 218,186,311
9,049, 067 221, 300, 413
7,963,429
226, 043, 368
6, 472,313 228, 625, 207
6, 806, 689 231,645,490
4,964, 004 234,199, 478
5, 401. 704 236, 846,728
4,934,162
239, 583, 620
6,151, 208 241, 953, 581
5,841, 564 244, 414,180
5, 316, 376 245, 741, 837
7,497, 952 248,058,439
11,182,137
256, 846, 088
35, 797,151 286, 656, 727
50,358,465
307, 964, 532
57,883, 520 327,697, 367
61,999, 892 336, 540, 249
57,226, 426 339,524,612
53, 525, 811 342, 254,473
50, 572, 784 344, 394, 974
47, 244, 877 346, 887,214
45, 219, 246 349, 319, 297
351, 841, 206
43,484,966
45, 319, 644 354, 455, 084
50,671, 214 365,940,999
67,727, 241 387,138, 517
80,742, 658 405, 656,138
85, 004,604 417, 422, 204
95, 260, 851 436, 201, 090
93, 746, 701 443, 342, Oil
88. 760, 802 446, 079, 544
88,467, 201 455, 519,966
473,214, 787
97,140,898
92, 783, 696 476, 347, 500
89, 017,716 478,484, 538
92, 226,041 481, 330, 029
87,148, 541 488,785, 577
97,751, 075 501, 505, 052
96, 953, 452 511, 830, 601
92,578, 261 516, 999,679
521,'826,768
87,977,603
525, 065,589
83,886,477
520,510, 021
78,422,033
520, 327, 747
71,218,465
66.215, 653 520,743, 599
509, 865, 821
60, 918, 848 506, 757, 715
56,541, 886 504, 652,252
57, 283, 625
53, 722,160 - 505, 926, 675
51,440, 420 509, 319, 382
50, 916, 780 515, 536, 933
50,903, 305 520, 212, 752
524, 670, 762
51,981,432
528,433,158
51,449,383
52,215, 560 530,465,211
535, 912, 647
54.475,312
538, 660, 540
55.652,057
57,175, 927 540,444, 206
56, 254, 072 542, 732, 063
544, 812. 562
58,757,690
548, 409, 207
59,876,078
61, 683; 816 552,197, 749
62,392, 847 558, 078, 263
66, 592, 571 563, 790, 328
66,406, 346 566,108,185
66, 931, 227 568,231,447
67, 017,657 566, 994, 208
60. 724, 333 557, 424, 889
45,686, 932 541,139.407
44,797, 665 541,805, 689
44, 539, 608 545,500, 797
48, 533,573 549,706, 663
51, 342,794 554,371,214
52, 946, 587 557,853,406
55, 856, 761 562,194,144
62, 212, 318 572,025. 389
63, 422, 647 576,118,500
64,420, 631 578, 828, 967
581,162, 973
64, 732, 611

105

TREASURER.
N o . 40.—ESTIMATED

STOCK OF GOLD C O I N AND BULLION AT T H E E N D OF EACH

MONTH, FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.
Bullion.
1885—March... .
April
May
June
July
August
September.
October . . .
Noveraber.
Deceraber.
1886—January . .
February .
March
April
May
June
July
August. . Septeraber
October...
Noveraber
Deceraber.
1887—Jauuary...
February..
March
April
May..^.<f...
June..
July
August .. Septeraber
October . . .
Noverabei-.
Deceraber.
1888—January . .
February .
March
April
May
June
July
August...
Septeraber
October...
Noveraber
December,.
1889—January..
February .
March
April
May
June
July
August...
September
October...
November
December.
1890—January . .
Februai?}^.
March
April
May
June
July
August...
September
October...
November
December.
1891—Jauuary . .
February .
March
April
May
June
..
July
August...
September
October . . .
November




$519, 870, 792
520, 139,947
520, 803,530
521, 621,301
520, 696,136
522, 296,667
526, 184.444
528, 027, 240
533, 184,088
540, 423,527
542, 160,412
544, 998.565
545, 173, 610
546, 745,363
547, 582,263
547, 465,941
549, 075,600
554, 582, 815
554, 096, 615
555, 359,407
557, 802,437
559, 486,856
560, 851,488
563, 394,917
565, 762, 514
566, 715,195
570, 256, 490
^"568, 788,145
569, 547, 334
• 570,737, 736
573, 415, 740
574, 927,873
578, 334,011
581, 980,107
584, 568, 497
586, 025,817
587, 350, 358
589, 236,410
592, 212,051
595, 703, 838
597, 145. 663
599, 655, 095
601, 591, 876
603, 225, 837
605, 567. 837
607. 688,725
609, 167, 900
609, 283,810
609, 978,122
610, 998.423
613. 018, 370
613, 973,117
613, 540,272
615, 807, 252
617, 484, 831
619, 640, 450
621, 106,953
622, 107, 873
624, 900,483
625, 967,229
627, 406, 793
627, 923, 705
629, 030,714
630, 012, 331
629, 512,155
631, 801,689
633, 118, 735
634, 012, 338
635. 219,259
637, 301, 201
639, 384, 021
642, 222,173
641, 218, 653
629, 636,405
600, 591, 691
584, 524,184
581, 721,468
582,
586, 227.566
596, 964, 320
599, 386, 272
344, 091

Total.

$64, 297, 566 $584,168,358
65, 734, 818 585, 874, 765
66, 323,865 587.127, 395
67, 075,735 588, 697, 036
69, 283, 598 589,979,734
70, 081,513 592,378,180
597, 236, 584
71,052,140
72, 417, 890 600,445,130
73, 942, 796 607,126, 884
72, 557,429 612, 980,956
71, 968, 567 614.128, 979
611,484,909
66,486,344
59, 254, 731 604,428, 341
55,245, 328 601, 990,691
596, 868, 058
49,285,795
43, 308, 520 590, 774, 461
43, 650,307 592, 725. 907
45,515, 589 600,098, 404
53, 232, 743 607, 329, 358
59, 663, 639 615, 023, 046
68, 720, 676 626, 523,113
80, 931,422 640, 418, 278
85, 018,430 645, 869, 918
83,485, 920 646,880, 837
83,431, 810 649,194,324
83, 863, 571 650, 578,766
85,166,756
655,423, 246
85,;732,190
654, 520, 335
80/099,377
658, 646, 711
92, 852, 054 663, 589, 790
681, 793, 520
108,377,780
120, 202, 502 695,130, 375
120,777, 483 699,111, 494
122, 723,223 704, 703, 330
121, 902, 584 706, 471, 081
121,822, 527 707, 848, 344
121,167, 828 708, 518,186 •
122,132, 999 711, 369,409
114, 050,440 706, 262,491
110,116, 633 705, 820,471
108, 012,533 705,158,196
107, 826, 240 707, 481, 335
108,289, 294 7C9,*8S1,170
108, 479, 213 711,705, 050
104,426, 611 709,994, 448
96, 919,454 704, 608,179
96, 590,321 705, 758, 221
96, 670, 798 705, 954, 608
94, 795,197 704, 773, 319
94,.612,786
705,611, 209
85,241,865
698,260, 235
65, 586,684 679, 559, 801.
62, 017,736 675, 558, 008
64, 052,146 679, 859, 398
64, 334, 656 681, 819, 487
64,554, 236 684,194, 686
64, 642, 327 685, 749, 280
67,416,990
689, 524, 863
66,080,287
690, 980,770
66,133,726
692,100,955
66,443, 489 693, 850, 282
67,265,628
695,189, 333
67, 548,895 696,579, 609
65,996,474
6Q6, 008, 805
62,138, 864 6Q1,651, 019
57, 471, 618 689,273, 307
59,907,459
693, 026,194
60, 855, 395 694, 867, 733
63, 642, 518 698, 861, 777
66,799, 610 704,100, 811
707, 008, 881
67,624,860
63,362,654
705, 584, 827
59, 685, 416 700, 904, 069
59,859, 416 689, 495, 821
61,401, 672 661,993, 363
62,067. 744 646, 591,928
62,736,957
644, 458,425
65,262,257
647,489, 823
66, 343,775 653,308,095
670, 545,108
74,158,836
78,430, 504 677,774,595

106
No.

REPOtlT ON T H E FINANCE^.
4 0 . — 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 THE END OF EACH

MONTH, FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.
Bullion.
1891—Deceraber.
1892—Jauuary . .
February .
March
April
May
June
July
August. - September
October . . .
Noveraber
Deceraber.
1893—January . .
February .
March .'...
April
May
Juue
July
August...
September
October...
November
December.
1894—January . .
February
March
April
May
Juue
July
..
August...
Septeraber
October...
Noveraber
December.
1895—January . .
February .
March . . . .
April
May
June
July
August...
September
October...
Noveraber.
Deceraber.
1896—January . .
February .
March .'...
April
May
June
July
August...
Septeraber
October . . .
Noveraber.
Deceraber.
1897—January . .
February .
March
April
May
June
July
August ...
September.
October . . .
November.
Deceraber.
1898—January...
February .
March
April
May
June
July
August ...
September




$604,,633, 241
606, 287,197
;,
606,, 661, 364
606,, 564, 310
601,,527, 222
602,, 485, 237
589,,509, 061
581,, 129, 982
577,, 737, 991
576, 074, 815
:,
577,, 387, 444
577,, 983,121
569, 633, 412
',
559, 063,122
I,
547,, 655,038
546, 673, 424
i,
532, 513,105
I,
523, 592, 686
;,
513, 743, 623
;,
520, 273, 567
I,
547,, 516, 035
556, 479, 232
;,
564,, 738, 578
575,, 269, 517
582, 227, 095
I,
592, 848, 235
!,
603! 860,188
i,
612, 325, 385
i,
614, 370, 723
:,
596. 799, 262
i,
584, 479.113
:,
572; 975, 589
I,
574, 352,118
:,
579,, 728, 587
581,-, 597, 841
.
583, 834, 589
:,
577:,380, 396
557,, 532, 641
562,,633, 658
567, 592, 416
',
573 , 065, 665
578, 036, 041
i,
579: 422, 971
I,
I, 481,167
5so:, 990, 037
568,, 100, 818
556, 132, 920
:,
564, 229,183
:,
564, 106, 939
!,
568,
1,488,105
583, 168; 106
',
586,, 743, 303
588, 820,494
',
589,,520,722
574,, 931, 823
567. 665, 228
:,
564,,557,083
570, 544, 227
',
600,,047, 484
624:, 287, 157
634, 381,827
:,
638,,568,492
645, 672, 099
',
655,
1,114, 266
669, , 298,428
>
675, 389, 655
I,
675,, 676, 250
671i, 189,128
668,, 852, 373
671,
1,437,123
682,, 691, 685
692, 460, 640
1,
696, 478, 536
I,
699,
1,851,399
702, 494,037
s
705, 385, 818
I,
729, 557, 111
I,
750, 274, 281
I,
760,
1,735,164
765,, 089. 526
771, 894, 663
:,
778,,041,686
785,

212, 689
84 299,689
83 275, 529
81 194, 377
79, 712,183
77 953, 512
74, 836, 385
76, 623,598
75, 960,115
76, 055,422
78, 126, 222
79 983, 208
81 697,350
81 452, 478
79; 835,048
79, 503, 760
80, 529, 774
80, 871, 868
78, 345, 510
83, 450,336
98, 373, 505
IOL 026, 648
96, 657,273
90, 910, 622
84 679, 495
77, 175, 275
10. 432, 992
60, 232, 616
53, 716,468
48, 067, 706
44, 612,311
47, 050, 824
43, 941, 337
44, 063, 417
44, 197, 435
46, 305, 066
47, 727, 334
010, 546
.46, 527,722
44, 387,979
51, 044, 014
50, 425, 367
53 746,018
56; 651,509
60, 208, 542
60, 340,757
57 409,512
54; 590,866
45, 820,315
29, 467,938
15, 821, 484
26, 054, 663
29, 851, 621
32, 662,860
32, 217, 024
32, 640,941
30, 264, 086
33, 998, 574
40, 617,328
47; 969, 827
51, 565, 385
54, 286, 759
52 849, 625
46. 254, 294
37, 786, 057
32i 539,659
26, 547,082
25, 929, 752
28: 230, 355
31, 223,294
30, 969, 525
36, 123,368
42, 559, 060
45: 465, 077
49 454, 816
52, 647,258
63, 671, 535
83: 998,864
96i 049, 765
294, 921
17.5,997
299.,578
105,
116,

Total.
$686, 845, 930
690, 586. 886
689, 936, 893
687, 758, 687
681, 239, 405
680,438,749
664, 345, 446
657, 753, 580
653, 698,106
652,130, 237
655, 513, 666
657, 966, 329
651, 330, 762
640, 515, 600
627,490, 086
626,177.184
613, 042, 879
604, 464, 554
592, 089,133
603,723, 903
645, 889, 540
657,505, 880
661, 395, 851
666,180,139
666, 906, 590
670,023,510
674, 293,180
672, 558, 001
668, 087,191
644,866, 968
629, 091, 424
620, 026, 413
618, 293, 455
623, 792, 004
625, 795, 276
630,139, 655
625,107, 730
603, 543,187
607,161, 380
618, 980, 395
623,109, 679 631, 461,403
636,168, 989
641,132, 676
629,198, 579
613,441,575
618, 542, 432
609,820, 049
597, 927, 254
598, 956, 043
612, 989, 590
617,797, 966
622, 672,115
607,183, 582
600,148,847
595, 306,169
603, 821,169
641, 542, 801
671, 664, 812
686, 256, 984
692, 947, 212
697, 855, 251
702, 521, 724
706, 368, 560
708, 084,485
701, 929, 314
697,223, 332
697,118, 880
703, 082, 728
'712,660,417
729, 661, 210
738, 584, 008
745, 037, 596
752, 316, 476
757. 948, 853
793, 033, 076
834.228,646
857, 273,145
863, 784, 929
870, 384, 447
.884, 070, 660
901, 341, 264

107

TREASURER.
N o . 40.-

-ESTIMATED

STOCK O P G O L D C O I N AND B U L L I O N AT T H E E N D O F E A C H
MONTH,

PROM J U N E ,

1878—Continued.

Month.

Coin.

1898—October...
November,
December,
1809—January . .
February .
March
April
May
,
Juue
' July
August . . .
September

No.

$791,647, 225
797,428,060
807,451,124
824,493,146
839, Oil, 679
851,601, 448
859, 232,751
863, 741,252
855, 583,055
852,445, 921
862,919,952
8G7,833,173

41.—ESTIMATED

STOCK O F S I L V E R

COIN

Bulliou.

$133, 423, 574 $925,070, 799
138, 502, 545
935, 930, GU5
142, 074,889
949, 526, 013
134,186,534
958, 679, 680
127, 385,067
966, 396, 746
121, 560, 849
973,162, 297
980, 062; 696
120, 829, 945
985, 483, 605
121, 742,353
975, 453, 939
119,870,884
978,104,707
125, 658, 786
990, 380,153
127, 460, 201
999, 563, 565
131,730, 392

AND B U L L I O N A T 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...
September
October.. November
Deceraber.
1879—January . .
February.
March
. April
May
Juue
July
August.. September
October...
November
Deceraber.
1880—January . .
February .
March
April
May
June
July
August...
September
October...
Noveraber
December.
1881—January . .
February.
March
April
May
' Julie
July......
August...
Septeraber
October...
November
December.
1882—Jauuary . .
February .
March . . . .
April
May
June
July
August...
Septeaiber
October...
November
Deceraber.
1883—January..
February.
March . : . .
April




Standard
dollars.
, 573, 500
,
I 420, 500
,
; 448, 500
,
1,212, 500
; 282, 500
.
I 438, 550
,
; 495,550
,
: 555,750
,
; 687,750
,
1 774, 950
,
, 155, 950
, 485, 950
I 801, 000
,
, 451, CCO
I 238, 050
,
! 634,100
,
S 206, 200
, 705, 200
,055,650
! 505, 650
,
, 806, 050
, 156, 250
. 456, 250
,
. 723, 250
,
734,750
i 014, 750
;
! 267, 750
,
I 568, 750
,
1 847, 750
,
. 147, 750
,
' 453, 005
,
I 753, 005
,
! 060, 005
,
, 359, 505
i 659, 505
,
1,959, 505
. 372, 705
,
91, 622, 705
;
,
93, 922, 705
I
,
95: 322, 705
1
,
98: 672, 705
I
,
loo;, 972. 705
!
102, 380, 980
i
,
10: • 680, 980
,
107: 981,180
,
109, 281. 680
,
,
112, 581, 680
,
114,
1,843,680
116,
1,144, 780
119, 304,780
,
,
121, 729, 780
:
,
123, 029, 880
1
,
126, 329, 880
1
,
128, 629. 880
I
,
130, 955, 080
!
132, 405, 080
>
,
135. 805, 080
,
13?: 205, 699
I
.
140, 555, 699
;
.
142,

Fraction ; l
i
coiu.

$7, 341,471
$71, 778, 828
72,151,424
7, 665, 760
72, 524, 020
8,982, 239
9, 634, 034
72, 896, 616
8, 352, 042
73, 269, 213
10,159,491
73, 641, 809
9, 439, 461 _ 74,-014,406
10, 347, 890
74,387, 002
74, 759, 599
9,837,403
8, 688, 261
75, 132,195
6, 949, 046
75, 504,792
5, 672, 656
75, 877, 388
5, 092, 566
76,249,985
5,112, 224
76,467, 675
4, 904, 612
76,685,365
4, 557, 504
76, 903, 055
77,120, 746
3, 537, 224
77, 338, 436
4,323,098
77, 556,127
4,492, 421
4, 888, 036
77, 773, 817
4, 525, 306
77,991,508
4, 086, 840
78, 209,198
5, 007, 331
78,426, 889
78, 644, 580
4, 853, 588
78, 862, 270
5,124, 536
78, 964, 336
6, 081, 648
79, 066, 401
6, 380, 258
79,168, 467
5, 557, 760
79, 270, 533
6, 043, 367
79, 372, 599
6, 255, 390
79, 474, 665
6,183, 224
6,704,197 • 79,576,731
5, 356, 308
79, 678, 797
4,017^ 770
79, 780, 863
3, 863, 583
79, 882, 929
3,457,193
79, 984, 995
3, 309. 949
80, 087, 061
2, 962, 278
. 80,115, 520
2, 732, 863
80,143, 980
80,172, 440
2, 632,185
80, 200, 900
3,424, 575
80, 229. 360
3, 088, 710
80,257,820
3, 607, 830
80, 286, 280
3, 258, 926
80, 314,740
2,806,143
80, 343, 200
4, 440, 662
80,371, 660
3,239,033
80,400,120
3,793, 664
80,428, 580
3, 230. 908
80,472, 890
2,816, 270
80,517, 200
2, 730, 716
80,561,510
3, 343, 565
80, 605, 820
4,012,503
80, 650,130
3,769,220
80,694,440
4,468,193
80, 738, 750
3, 761,958
80,783, 060
3,974,114
80, 827, 370
3,943,467
80,871, 680
3,478, 750

$87, 693, 799
90, 237, 684
9-4, 954, 759
98, 743,150
99, 903, 755
104,239, 850
105,949,417
109, 290,642
111, 284, 752
112, 595. 406
113, 609, 788
115, 035,994
117,143,551
119, 030, 899
121, 828,027
124, 094, 659
125,864,170
129,366, 734
132,104,198
135,167,503
137, 322, 864
139, 452,288
142,890,470
145, 221, 418
147,721, 556
151, 060, 734
153, 714,409
155, 294, 977
158,161, 650
160,775, 739
163,110,894
166, 033, 933
167, 095, n o
168,158,138
170, 406,017
172, 401, 693
174, 769, 715
176, 700, 503
178, 799, 548
181.127,330
184, 298,180
186, 290, 775
189, 246, 630
191, 226,186
193,102,063
197, 065, 542
198,192,373
201, 037,464
202, 804, 268
204, 593, 940
206, 977, 696
209, 934, 955
212, 948, 203
215. 049, 230
218,117, 713
219, 905, 788
222, 562, 254
224,976. 536
226, 906,129

108

REPORT ON THE FINANCES.

N o . 4 1 . — E S T I M A T E D STOCK O F S I L V E R C O I N AND BULLION AT T H E E N D OF EACH

MONTH, FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.
Month.
1883—May
June
July
August
Septeraber..
October
November ...
December—
1884—January
February
March
April
,
May
June
July
August
September...
October
November...
Deceraber
1885—January
February —
March
April
May
June
July
August
September...
October
November .;.
December —
1886—January
February
M a r c h .^
April
May
June
July
August
Septeraber . . .
October
..
Noveraber...
Deceraber
1887—January
February
March
April
May
June
July
-.
August
September...
October
Noveraber . . .
December
1888—January
February
March.:
April
May
Juue
July
August......
Septeraber...
October
November . . .
Deceraber....
1889—January
February
March
April....
May
June
1...
July
August
September...
October
November . . .
December




Standard
dollars.
$144, 905,699
147, 255, 899
149,680, 899
152, 020, 899
154. 370. 899
156.720, 949
159,070. 949
161,425,119
163, 775,119
166,125,119
168, 425, 629
170, 725, 629
173, 035, 629
175,355, 829
177, 680,829
180, 030, 829
182, 380, 829
184, 730, 829
187,180,-829
189,561, 994
191, 947,194
194,247,194
196,697,394
199,107, 394
201, 509, 231
203, 884, 381
205,784, 381
208, 259, 381
210, 759, 431
213,259,431
215, 759,431
218, 259, 761
220, 553,761
223,145, 761
225, 959, 761
228,434,121
231,160,121
233,723, 286
235, 643,286
238, 573, 286
241, 281, 286
244, 079, 386
246, 903, 386
249, 623, 647
252,503, 647
255,453, 647
258, 474, 027
261, 524, 027
264,474, 027
266, 990,117
267,440,117
270, 250,117
273, 390,157
276, 816,157
280,144,157
283,140, 357
285,845, 357
288, 545, 357
291, 355, 789
294,039,790
297,037,790
299. 424, 790
300, 708,790
303, 320, 790
306,542, 890
309, 670, 890
312,450,890
315,186,190
318,186,190
320,946,490
323,776, 515
326, 974, 515
330,188, 540
333, 502, 650
334,602, 650
337, 502, 650
340, 357, 650
343, 428, 001346. 798, 001
349, 802, 001

Bulliou.

Fractional
coin.

Total.

$4,157, 218 $80,915, 990 $229, 978, 907
4,482,216
80,960, 300 232, 698, 415
4,486.638
80, 485.402 234,652, 939
4, 694, 559 80, 010, 504 236,725.962
5,107, 911
79, 535, 607 239,014,417
4, 936, 365 79,060, 709 240,718, 023
4, 624, 279 78, 585, 811 242, 281, 039
4, 534, 373 78, no, 914 244,070,406
4,674,433
77, 636, 016 246. 085, 568
248, 206,150
4, 919, 913 77,161,118
5, 043, 825 76, 686, 221 250,155, 675
76,211,323
252, 087,795
5,150, 843
75, 736, 425 253, 395, 212
4,623,158
4, 055, 498 75, 261, 528 254, 672, 855
75, 234,719 257, 519,158
4,603,610
4, 723, 420 75, 207, 910 259, 962,159
4, 934, 405 75,181,101
262,496, 335
75,154, 292 264, 531, 618
4, 646,497
75,127,483
4,778, 849
267,087,161
75,100,074
4,716,055
269, 378,723
4, 613, 582 75, 073,865 271, 634, 641
75,047, 056 273,285, 380
3, 991,130
275,605,135
3, 887, 494 75,020,247
74,993,438
278,143, 019
4, 042,187
74,966, 629 280,574, 004
4,098,144
74,939, 820 282, 863,087
4, 038,886
3, 944. 837 74, 949,914 284, 679,132
74,960,007
286, 985, 584
3,766,196
74, 970,100 289, 645, 654
3, 916,123
3,840,536
74, 980,193 292, 080,160
3,583,956
74,990, 286 294, 333, 673
3,797, 041
75, 000, 379 297, 057,181
3,658,783
75,010, 472 299, 223, 016
2, 612, 968 75,020, 565 300, 779, 294
2, 271.104
75, 030,658 303, 261, 523
2, 556, 522 75, 040, 751 306, 031, 394
75, 050, 844 308,158, 727
. 1,947,762
75, 060,937 311, 876, 421
3, 092,198
3, 786, 070 75,068, 424 314, 497,780
75, 075,912 316, 918,138
3,268, 940
75, 083, 399 320.123, 079
3,758,394
75, 090, 887 322, 978, 222
3, 807,949
4, 091, 383 75, 098, 374 326, 093,143
75,105, 862 329,468, 886
4,739, 377
4, 877, 039 75,113, 349 332.494, 035
75,120, 837 335, 274, 667
4,700,183
75,128, 324 342,241,803
8, 639,452
75, 343, 251 347,001, 639
10,134, 361
9, 869, 629 75, 560, 244 349,903, 900
75,547,799
353,455,351
10, 917,435
12, 278, 674 75, 638,932 355, 357, 723
75, 312, 773 357, 740, 514
12,177, 624
75, 398, 925 360, 794,991
12,005, 909
11, 683, 032 75, 758,186 364,257,375
366, 884, 948
10,831, 655
75,909,136
9, 961, 866 76, 295, 886 369, 398,109
372, 410, 869
10, 219, 546 76,345,966
10, 305,153
76, 327,799 375,178, 309
377,714,653
10, 024, 976 76, 333, 888
9,937, 442
76, 299, 882 380, 277,114
9, 357, 041 76, 349,137 382, 743, 968
10, 619, 754 76, 406, 376 386,450, 920
11, 066, 054 76,510. 842 388, 285, 686
76, 582, 235 390, 876, 229
10,973, 204
76, 759, 671 393, 948, 394
10,645, 833
76, 660, 481 396, 890,485
10, 559,114
10, 734, 583 76, 715, 873 399,901,346
10, 865, 237 76, 889.983 402,941,410
10, 606, 677 76,889, 716 405, 682, 583
10, 782, 958 76, 659, 772 408, 369, 220
10, 801, 669 76, 628,116 41i; 206, 300
10, 755, 082 76, 597, 677 414,327, 274
417, 066, 241
76,585,840
10,291,861
76, 606, 567 420, 712, 909
10, 603, 692
422, 996, 959
76, 534, 026
11, 860, 283
76, 626,764 425,472,554
11,343,140
76. 796,193 428,440,671.
I I , 286, 828
76, 628, 781 430, 974, 953
10,918,171
76, 527, 216 433, 648, 087
10, 322, 870
76, 697, 331 437; 228,410
10. 729, 078

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TREASURER.

N o . 4 1 . — 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 THE E N D O F EACH

MONTH, FROM J UNE, 1878—Continued.
Standard
dollars.
1890—January..
February.
March . : . .
April
May
..
June
..
July
A u g u s t . -.
September
October...
November
Deceraber.
1891—January..
February.,
March.."..
April
May
June
July
August—
Septeraber,
October...
iNoveraber
Deceraber.
1892—January..
February.
March
April
May
,
June
July
August...
Septeraber
October —
Noveraber
December
1893—January..
February.
March.'...
April
May
June
July
August...
Septeraber
October...
Noveraber
Deceraber
1894—January . .
February.
March
April..:..
May
June
July
August...
September
October...
November
December.
1S95—January . .
February.
March.."..
April
May
June
July
August—
Septeraber
October...
November
December.
1806-January ..
February .
March
April
May
June
July
August...




Bulliou.

Fractional
coin.

$352, 536, 001 $11, 557, 760 $76,708,644
76,708,892
355, 948,001
11,156, 952
76,799, 537
359, 884, 266
10,709,439
76,793, 513
363, 424, 266
9,432, 627
76, 818,427
366, 336, 266
8,955, 254
76,874,969
369, 426, 266
10,649,450
371, 726,266
11, 658, 805
76, 618,254
374, 578, 266
12, 832, 692
76,807,145
377, 628, 266
14, 485,014
76,875, 555
380, 988, 466
16, 995, 315
77,193, 068
384, 431,839
18,796,046
77, 339, 553
387, 981,005
20, 299, 954
77, 638, 844
391, 566, 00!
21,277, 979
77,696,840
394, 601,005
22,671,532
77,698, 303
397, 605, 327
25,870, 383
77, 740, 090
400, 281, 327
27, 600,434
77,936,913
402, 873,158
29,172, 111
77,917,108
405, 659,268
31,729,052
77, 947, 619
406, 635, 268
36, 583,124
77,131, 606
407, 815,268
40,146, 730
76,995,390
408, 535, 368
43,973, 513
76,511, 066
409, 475, 368
47,580,682
77,301, 515
410, 889,124
50,316,836
77, 235, 022
411, 543, 740
53,969,468
76, 566,155
411, 869, 740 • 57,940,646
76,910, 813
412, 184, 740
77,096, 549
61,401, 457
412, 535, 360
77,294,571
65, 720,466
413, 055, 360
77,433, 950
68, 912,657
413, 565, 360
77,195, 831
72,501, 576
413, 988,735
76, 669,151
76, 611,232
414, 416,735
80,479, 594
77, 500, 000
414, 966, 735
83, 483, 551
77,472,912
415, 742, 835
86,000,554
77,467, 707
416, 412, 835
89, 372,154
77,484,987
417, 122,835
92, 999, 927
77,475, 318
417, 876, 985
96, 743, 988
77, 898, 748
418,
99,282, 961
77, 887,460
418, 606, 985 102,973,771
906, 985
74, 993, 714
419,
106,709,122
77,197, 330
419, 047, 305 110,315,196
77, 370, 715
419, 195, 305 114,289,140
77, 558, 212
419, 332, 305 118,173, 820
332, 450
77,256.212
419,
76, 563, 878
419, 332, 450 119, 277,735
77,036,067
419, 332, 450 122, 200, 760
77, 596,621
419, 332, 550 124, 242, 787
332, 550 126,261,553
76, 977, 002
419,
76,960, 353
419, 332, 550 127,262,267
77,494, 207
419, 332, 777 127, 207,874
332, 777 127, 215,171
77, 041, 547
76, 516, 800
' 419, 332, 777 127,216,957
127, 220, 207
76, 661, 555
419, 333,029
127, 228, 437
76, 627, 432
419, 333, 029
127, 231. 643
75, 527, 223
419, 333,029
127, 267,347
76,122, 875
419, 333, 208
127,113,753
419, 756,208
76, 221, 063
126,454, 771
420, 504, 208
76,167, 704
126,1.04, 475
421, 176,408
75,054, 481
125,261,863
421, 776,408
75,667,112
422, 1,76, 408 125, 351, 523
76, 331, 359
422, 426,749
77,155,722
125, 014,161
422, 626, 749 124, 852, 679
77,192, 015
422, 826. 749 124, 551, 374
77,071,742
422, 927, 039 124,673,187
76,450,557
423, 127, 039 124, 583, 685
76,169,569
423, 277,219
76,375,930
124,528, 559
423. 289, 219 124, 479,849
76, 772, 563
423; 289, 219 124, 670, 701
77? 065,444
423, 289, 219 124,687, 226
76,145, 901
423,, 289, 309 124, 652,406
76, 291, 880
423. 289, 309 124,721, 501
77, 259,180
423, 289, 309 124,603,759
78,448, 506
423, 289, 629 124, 612,532
77.182,006
423, 289. 629 124, 575,129
78, 573, 872
424, 789; 629 123,171, 286
78,564, 547
426, 289, 916 122,187, 206
78, 216, 677
427, 789, 916 120, 939, 560
77,948, 510
429, 289, 916 119, 989,914
76,994,051
430,
75, 730, 781
790, 041 119,053,695
431,
75. 667, 706
118, 753, 758
852,041
434,
75, 009, 268
502, 041 116,681,740

$440, 802,
405
443, 813,845
447, 393,242
449, 650,406
452,109, 947
456,950, 685
325
• 460, 003,
464, 218,103
468, 988,835
475,176, 849
480,567, 438
485, 919,803
490, 540,824
494, 970,840
501, 215,806
505, 818,674
509,962, 377
515, 335,939
520, 349,998
524, 957,388
529,019, 947
534, 357,565
538,440, 982
542, 079,363
546,721, 199
550, 682,746
555, 550,397
559, 401,967
563, 262,767
567, 269,118
572,396, 329
575, 923,198
579,211, 096
583, 269,976
587,598, 080
592, 519,721
595,777, 406
596, 874,470
602, 953,757606,881, 216
611,179, 657
614, 762,482
615,174, 063
618, 569,277
621,171, 958
105
622, 571,170
623, 555,858
624, 034,495
623, 589,534
623, 066,791
623, 214,898
623,188, 895
622, 091,430
622, 723,024
623, 091,683
623,126, 364
622, 335,383
622, 705,290
623, 859,632
624; 596,443
624, 671,865
624, 449,783
624, 050,293
623, 880,708
624,181, 631
624, 541,364
625, 025,346
624,122, 595
624, 233,990
625, 269.574
626, 341,167
625, 084,630
626, 438,462
626.525. 799
626, 693,986
626, 677,881
626, 273,517
625,574, 505
626, 273,049
626,793,

110

REPORT ON T H E FINANCESo

N o . 4 1 . — 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
MONTH, FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.

Month.
1896—September
October—
November
December.
1897—January..
February.
March.:..
April
May
June
July
August—
September
October—
November
December.
1898—January - .
February.
March
April
- May
Julie
July
August...
September
October...
November
December
1899—January..
February.
March..'..
April
May
June
July August...
Septeraber

No.

Standard
dollars.

Bullion.

$437,202,141 $114, 829, 399
439, 552,141 . 113,064,557
441, 466,141
112,137, 954
443,166, 391 110, 815, 247
444, 978, 391 109, 704, 519
446,318, 391 108,914, 614
447, 718, 641 107, 862, 462
449,118, 641 1U6,990,150
450,518, 641 106,042,492
451,993,742
104,591,039
451, 993, 742 105,109,460
451,993,742
105,125,123
452, 093, 792 105, 078, 550
452,713,792
104, 853, 852
454,213,792
103, 531, 722
455, 818,122 102, 284,736
457,068,122
101,379,158
458,100, 347 IOO, 819, 300
459, 200,-422
99,829, 432
459, 884,422
99, 551, 902
461,180, 422
98,443,952
461, 996,522
98,195,494
462, 306, 522
97, 871,697
464, 004, 522
96,141, 237
464, 834, 597
96, 066, 097
466,836,597
94, 675,773
468, 238, 597
93, 359, 250
470, 244, 857
92,192,207
471,780. 857
91, 228, 953
473, 292, 857
90,189,188
475,193,158
88, 825, 937
476, 827,158
87, 916,328
479,041,158
85, 909, 876
480,251,231
85, 288, 249
480,422,231
84,933, 898
481, 252, 231
84,564,627
482,122, 376
83,783, 745

Fractional
coin.

Total.

$75, 354,781 $627, 386, 321
75, 804, 582 628, 421, 280
75, 803, 546 629,407, 641
76, 317, 752 630, 299, 390
76,303, 945 630, 980, 8.55
76, 514, 618 631,747, 623
76, 220, 921 631, 802, 024
76, 341,471 632,450, 262
76, 517, 908 633, 079, 041
75,438,884
632,023, 665
75,417,942
632, 521,144
74,271, 577 631, 390, 442
74, 631,590 631, 803, 932
75, 414,007 632, 981, 651
76, 020, 675 633, 766,189
76,400, 207 634, 503,065
76, 663,116 635, n o , 396
76,230, 903 635,150, 550
76, 584, 080 635,613,934
76, 605, 240 636, 041, 564
76, 086, 089 635, 710, 463
76, 421,429 636, 613,445
75,989, 540 636,167, 7.59
75,752,972
635, 898,731
75, 784, 648 636, 685, 342
76, 733,612 638,245, 982
76, 670, 481 638, 268, 328
76,587,161
639,024,225
76, 015, 347 639, 025,157
76, 329, 061 639,811,106
76, 390, 984 640, 410, 079
76, 710, 825 641, 454, 311
76, 638. 335 641, 589,369
76,746,179
642, 285, 659
75, 909, 690 641 265, 819
76, 647, 029 642,463, 887
76, 523, 333 642, 429,454

4 2 . — 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 O F E A C H MONTH, FROM J U N E , 1878.

Mouth.
1878—June
July
August...
September
October —
November
December.
1879—January..
February.
March....
April
May
Juue
July.....'.
August. - September
October...
NoA'-eraber
Deceraber.
1880—Ja,nuary . .
February.
Marcli.:..
April
May
June
July
August...
Septeraber
October —
Noveraber
December.
1881—Jauuary..
February.




U n i t e d States,
notes.
$346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346.
340,
346,346.
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,

,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016

Treasury
notes.

Nationalbank uotes.
$322, 919,810
321, 945, 415
321, 641, 533
320, 761, 650
321, 121, 041
322, 032, 362
322, 808, 560
323, 409,195
325, 036,476
326, 093,402
328, 442, 966
328, 676, 747
328, 962, 073
329, 244. 893
330, 062, 713
333, 649, 736
336, 581, 624
339, 494,074
341, 852, 242
343, 187,430
343, 241, 251
343, 949, 401
344, 538, 584
344, 678, 227
343, 890, 901
343, 781,711
343, 657, 947
343, 447, 742
343, 379, 396
343, 297,160
343, 792, 832
343, 851,123
242,478 I

Total.
$669, 600, 826
668, 626,431
668, 322, 549
667,442, 666
• 667, 802, 057
668,713,378
669, 489, 576
'670,090,211
671, 717,492
672,774,418
. 675,123,982
675, 357,763
675, 643,089
675,925, 909
676, 743,729
680, 330, 752
683,262,640
686,175,090
688,533,258
689, 868, 446
689, 922, 267
690, 630, 417
691, 219, 600
691,359,243
690,571,917
690,462, 727
690, 338, 963
690,128,758
690, 060,412
'689, 978,176
690, 473, 848
690, 532,139
689,923,494

Ill

TREASURER.
No.

4 2 . — U N I T E D STATES NOTES, T R E A S U R Y N O T E S , AND NATIONAL-BANK NOTES
OUTSTANDING AT T H E E N D OF EACH M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.
United States
notes.

1881-March
April
May
June
July
August
Septeinber .
October
Noveraber .
December..
1882—January . . .
February..
March
April
May
June
July
August
Septeraber.
October—
November .
Deceraber..
1883—January . . .
February..
March
April
May
June
July
August
Septeraber.
October
Noveraber .
December..
18K4- J a u u a r y . . .
February..
March
April
May
June
July
August
September.
October
November .
December..
1885-- J a n u a r y . . .
February..
March
April
" May
June
July
August
September.
October
November .
Deceraber..
188G—January . . .
February..
March.....
April
May
June
July
August
September.
October
November .
December..
1887—January . . .
February..
March
April
.^May
^une
July
August
September.
October—




$346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
34G,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346.
346;
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346.
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,
346,

,010
,016
,016
,016
.016
,016
,016
.016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,0.16
,016
., 016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
., 016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016
,016

Treasury
notes.

NatioDalbank notes.
$347,
352,
353,
354,
356,
357,
358,
359,
361,
361,
361,
361,
360,
'360,
359,
357,
357,
359,
362,
361,
361,
361,
361,
360,
359,
358,
357,
356,
355,
353,
352,
351,
350,
349,
348,
345,
344,
342,
340,
338,
337,
336,
335,
333,
330,
328,
326,
323,
320,
319,
316,
316,
.315,
315,
316,
315,
316,
316,
317,
317,
315,
313,
311,
308,
306,
304,
303,
301,
299,
298,
292,
288,
286,
284,
281,
278,
276,
274,
272,
271,

Total.
$693 735, 178
698 728, 113
700 285, 909
701 298, 131
703 594, 249
704 ,130, 922
705 086, 656
706 544, 016
708 190, 666
708 538, 484
708 561, 780
707 776, 666
707 596, 803
707 044, 905
705 706, 070
704 233, 580
704 655, 158
706 515, 446
70S 937, 678
708 460, 351
708 372, 585
708 563, 806
707 991, 864
707 105, 113
705 873, 019
705 22^ 970
704 138, 266
702 753, 224
701 794, 839
700 587, 890
130
699 409, 436
698 209, 900
696 981, 367
696 630, 822
695 361, 957
692 465, 521
690 716, 543
688 897, 525
686 699, 628
685 373, 371
683 746, 980
682 812, 954
681 724, 788
679 688, 499
677 461, 348
675 073, 923
672 730, 136
670 317, 411
667 578, 820
666 096, 262
663 670, 097
663 538, 857
662 059, 723
. 662112, 138
663 029, 103
661 960, 863
663 429, 319
663 193, 178
663 681, 268
663 682, 405
661 831. 890
659 942, 181
657 849, 907
655 191. 554
652 919, 631
650 930, 828
649 780, 306
647 990, 292
645 825, 088
643 253, 743
639 463, 813
635 545, 727
633 631, 327
631 474,423
628 663, 089
625 598, 328
622 969, 845
620 809, 546
G19 402, 274
618 596,

112
No.

REPORT ON THE FINANCES.

4 2 . — U N I T E D STATES NOTES, T R E A S U R Y IS OTES, AND NATIONAL-BANK N O T E S
OUTSTANDING AT T H E E N D OF EACH MONTH, FROM J U N E , 1878—Contiuued.

Mouth.
1887—November .
December..
1888—January . . .
February ..
March
April
May
June
July
August
September .
October
Noveraber .
Decera b e r . .
1889—January..,
February..
March
April
May
June
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
August
September.
October
Noveraber.
Deceraber .
1892—Jauuary . . .
Februai-y..
March
. April
May
June
.-.
July
August
September.
October..-:.
November .
December..
1893—January . . .
February..
March
April
May
June
July
August
September.
October
November .
D e c e m b e r ..
1894—January
February..,
March
April
May
June
July




U n i t e d States]
notes.
68 016
346, 68: 016
346, 68- 016
346, 68: 016
346, 681 016
346, 681 016
34G, 681 016
346, 681 016'
346, 681 016
346, 681, 016
346, 681 016
346, 68i; 016
346, 681 016
346, 681, 016
346, 681 016
346, 68i: 016
346, 681, 016
346, 68i: 016
346, 681 016
346, 681 016
346, 681 016
346. 68i: 016
346, 681, 016
346, 681 016
346, 681 016
346, 68i; 016
681 016
346, 681 016
346, 681 016
346, 681 016
346. 681 016
016
34G; 681
346, 68i: 016
346, 681 016
346, 681 016
346, 681 016
346, 681; 016
346, 681 016
346, 681 016
346, 681 016
346, 681, 016
346, 681, 016
346, 681 016
346, 681, 016
346, 681 016
346, 681 016
340^ 681, 016
346, 681 016
346, 681 016
346, 681 016
346, 6Si: 016
346, 681 016
346, 681 016
346, 681, 016
346, 68i: 016
346, 681 016
346, 681 016
346, 681 016
346, 681, 016
346, 681 016
346, 681 016
346, 68i; 016
346, 681, 016
346, 681 016
346, 681, 016
346, 681, 016
346, 681 016
346, 681 016
346, 681 016
346, 681 016
346, 681 016
346, 681 016
316, 681 016
346, 681 016
346, 681 016
346, 681 016
346, 681, 016
346, 681 016
346, 681, 016
34G, 681 016
346, 681, 016

Treasury
notes.

$3, 609.000
8. 069, 000
13, 949, 000
19, 258. 800
24, 090, 500
28,804,000
33,150, 700
37,093,200
41,731,200
45, 677, 347
50, 228, 417
54, 994, 035
59, 686,035
64, 251,130
68,725, 270
72, 959, 652
77, 327,102
81,553,000
85, 236, 212
89, 602,198
93, 228, 690
97, 391, 986
101,712,071
105, 566,170
109,382,637
112, 484, 335
116, 611,233
120, 796, 713
124, 745, 623
127, 946, 489
131, 867, 853
135, 490,148
139, 069, 778
143,189, 874
147,190,227
148, 286, 348
149, 881, 958
151, 319, 040
152,735,188
153, 453. 629
153,160,151
153,070,908
153, 001,184
152, 900, 317
152, 813, 072
152, 679, 742
152, 584, 417
152,447,126

Nationalbank notes.

Total.

.$269, 690, 378
$616, 371, 394
268,363,854
615, 044, 870
265, 702, 634
612,383,650
2G2, 452, 593
609.133, GU9
259, 997, 204
6U6, 678, 220
2.58,426,501
605,107,517
255,581,273
602, 262, 289
252, 203,941
598, 884, 957
249,453, 735
596.134, 751
246, 347, 027
593, 028, 043
243,529,002
590, 210, 018
239, 258, 217
585, 939, 233
236,326, 872
583, 007, 888
233,554,192
580, 235, 208
229, 041, 824
575, 722, 840
224, 248, 585
570,929, 601
221, 028, 621
567, 709, 637
218, 506,473
565,187,489
215, 286, 737
561,967, 753
211,197,683
557, 878,699
207, 993, 689
554,674,705
205, 763, 371
552, 444, 387
203, 567, 8U2
550, 248, 818
201,925,825,
548, 606, 841
199. 546, 637
546, 227, 653
197, 087, 385
543, 768, 401
194.447,219
541,128, 235
192, 000, 453
538, 681, 469
190. 274, 602
536, 955, 618
189, 264, 900
535, 945, 916
187, 361, 523
534, 042, 539
185, 748, 590
532, 429, 606
184,253, 868
530, 934,884
183,134, 753
533,424, 769
181, 602, 915
536, 352, 931
179, 610,433
540,240, 449
178, 329, o n
544, 268, 827
177,088,171 , 547,8.59,687
175, 303,549
550, 788, 565 •
173, 423, 024
553, 254, 740
171, 535, 064
555, 309, 280
170, 227, 646
558. 639, 862
168, 850, 839
561,- 209, 202
167,577,214
564, 486, 647
168,166,939
569, 841, 990
171,134, 309
577, 501, 360
582. 717, 292
171, 785,146
587, 590, 844
172,184, 558
592, 634, 275.
172, 993, 607
597, 086, 703
173, 078, 585
601,439,512
173, 205, 496
604, 539,103
172, 621, 875
608, 812, 665
172, 529, 451
612, 386, 281
172,476, 575
172,499, 349
616, 572, 351
172, 683, 850
621, 076, 937
172, 527, 713
624. 774, 899
172, 656, 429
628, 720, 082
172,786, 760
631, 952, 111
172, 432,146
635, 724, 395
173,614, 870
641, 092, 599
645, 831, 063
174, 404, 424
649, 018, 758
174, 391, 253
653, 971, 257
175, 422, 388
658, 265, 708
176, 094, 544
662, 606, 408
176, 855, 614
667, 035,144
177,164,2.54
672, 585,115
178,713,872
678,722, 511
183, 755,147
695, 543, 342
198, 980, 368
208, 690, 579
706, 690, 635
209,311,993
708,728,197
208,948,105
709,082,750
208, 538, 844
708, 380, Oil
207, 862,107
707, 61^031
207, 479, 520
707,161; 720
207, 875, 695
707,457, 028
207.833, 032
707, 327,120
207. 245, 019
706, 605, 777
207, 353, 244
706, 618, 677
207, 539, 066
706, 6G7, 208

113

TREASURER.

N o . 42.—UNi;rED STATES N O T E S , TREASURY N O T E S , AND NATIONAL-BANK NOTES
OUTSTANDING AT T H E E N D O F EACH MONTH, FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.

Month.
1894—August
September...
October.
Noveraber...
Deceraber
1S95—Jauuary
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September...
October
November . . .
December
1896—January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September...
October
Noveraber . . .
Deceraber
1897—January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
Septeraber...
October
November...
Deceraber
1898—January
Februa'ry
March .'.
April
May .,.
June
July
August
September...
October..."...
Noveraber . . .
Deceraber—
1899—Jauuary
February
March..
April
May
June
July
August
Septeraber...

No.

United States
notes.

Treasury
notes.

Nationalbank notes.

$346, 681,
,016 $152,151, 369 $207, 592, 215
346,681,016
151, 609, 267 207. 564, 458
346,681 ,016
151,140,568
207, 565, 090
346, 681,
,016
150,979,070
206. 686. 337
346, 681,
,016
150, 823, 731 206, 605. 710
346, 681,016
150, 751, 541 205,297,571
346, .681
,016
150,705,157
205, 043, 651
346. 681,016
150, 330, 089 207,541,211
346, 681,
,016
149. 584, 471 209, 719, 850
346, 681,
,016
148, 044, 280 211,478,716
346, 681,
,016
146,088,400
211, 691, 035
346, 681, 016 145, 490, 280 211, 372,045
.
,
346, 681,
,016
144, 495, 280 212,339,200
346, 681, 016 143, 666, 280 212, 851,934
,
346, 681,016
141,092, 280 213,887,630
346, 681,016
.139,583, 280 213,960,598
346. 68i:
,016
137, 771, 280 213, 716, 973
346, 681,016
137.324, 280
213,496, 547
346, 681.016
136, 719, 280 217,181, 917
346,681 .016
136, 081, 280 221,316,027
346, 681,
,016
133,069, 280
224,189, 337
346. 681,
,016
131,385,280
225, 287, 935
346,681 .016
129, 683, 280 226, 000, 547
346, 681,
,016
128, 343, 280 226, 030, 042
346, 681,016
126, 741, 280 229, 613, 896
346, 681,016
125, 004, 280 233, 639, 357
346, 681,016
123, 229, 280 234, 984, 444
346, 681.016
121, 677,280 235, 398, 890
346, 681,016
119, 816, 280 235, 663,118
346, 681,016
118, 398, 280 235, 094, 662
346, 681,016
117,550,280
234, 236, 327
346. 681.016
117,131, 280
233, 795,141
346, 681,016
116,696,280
232,887, 984
346, 681,
.016
115, 782, 280 231, 875, 841
346, 681,016
114, 867, 280 231, 441. 686
346, 681,
,016
113, 914, 280
230, 844, 256
346, 681,016
112,672, 280
346, 681,
,016
111, 334, 280 230, 593, 674
346, 68i:
,016
109, 313, 280 230, 278, 970
346, 681, 016 107,793, 280 230.132,275
,
346, 681,016
106. 348, 280 229, 0H4. 217
229,014, 641
346, 681,
,016
105,531.280
346, 681,
,016
104. 669, 280 226, 529, 216
346. 681,
.016
103. 615, 280 224,831,072
346, 681,
,016
102. 691, 280 224,481.879
346, 681,
,016
101, 981, 280 226,113,751
227, 696, 370
346, 681,016
101,207,280
346, 681,
,016
100, 213, 280 227, 900,177
346, 681,016
99, 260, 280 220, 780, 065
227, 261, 650
346, 681,016
98,549,280
235, 439, 985
346, 681,016
97,833,280
239. 629,136
346, 681,U16
97,193, 280
346, 681,
,016
96, 523, 280 242, 784, 803
243,817. 870
346, 681,016
95. 982,280
243. 324, 226
346, 681,
,016
95,511,280
242. 985. 082
346, 681,016
94, 954, 280
243, 134.892
346, 681,
,016
94,-518.280
346. 681,016
94, 025, 280 242, 796, 708
346, 681,016
93. 518, 280 242,146,789
346, 681,016
93, 080, 280 241, 350, 871
346, 681,016
92,516, 280 241,624,053
242,153, 897
346, 681,016
91,167, 280
243, 372, 223

Total.
,$706, 424,600
705, 854, 741
705, 386, 674
704.346,423
704,110,457
702.730,128
702, 429, 824
704, 552, 316
705, 985, 337
706, 204, 012
704, 460,451
703, 543, 341
703. 515, 496
703,199, 230
701, 660,926
7UU, 224, 894
698,169,269
697,501,843
700, 582, 213
704. 078, 323
703, 939, 633
703, 354, 231
702, 364, 843
701.054,338
703.036,192
705. 324, 053
704,894, 740
703,757,186
702,160,414
700,173, 958
698,467, 623
697, 607, 437
696,265,280
694, 339,137
692, 989,982
691, 439, 552
689. 946, 970
688, 294, 266
686,126, 571
684,108,513
682, 043, 937
678, 741, 512
676,181, 368
674, 778,175
675,486, 047
676, 358, 666
675, 788, 473
673, 674, 361
673, 202,940
680, 670, 281
684,143, 432
686, 659, 099
687, 022,166
685, 987, 522
685,177,378
684,770,188
683,996. 004
682, 853, 085
681,550.167
681, 385. 349
681,351,193
681 220,519

4 3 . — G O L D CERTIFICA-^ES, 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
September.
October
Noveraber .
December..

Fi99


Gold
certificates.
$44,367,000
42, 023, 400
38,016,400
32, 826, 600
32,808 000
33, 962, 900
21,580,700

Silver
certificates.
$1,462, 600
3.607.630
6:133. 880
2, 028. 070
2, 708. 350
2,273,520
2, 496,130

Currency
certificates.
.$46.815,000
51, 580, 000
49.275.000
40, 890. 000
35.840,000
37,190, OUO
34,700,000

Total.
$92, 644,600
97,211,030
93. 425, 280
75,744,670
71,356,350
73, 426,420
58, 776,830

114

REPORT ON THE FINANCES.

N o . 4 3 . — G O L D CERTIFICATES, 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 EACH MONTH^ FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.

Month.
1879—January . .
February.
March
April
May
June
July
August...
September
October...
November
December.
1880—Jan uary . .
February.
March
April
May
June
July
August...
September
October...
November
Deceraber.
18^1-Jauuary . .
February.
March
April
May
June
July
August...
Septeraber
October...
November
December.
1882—Jauuary . .
February.
March
April
May
June
July
August...
September
October...
Noveraber
Deceraber.
1883—January..
February.
March
April
May
June
July
August...
Septeraber
October —
Noveraber
Deceraber.
1884—January . .
February .
March
April
May
Juue
July
August...
Septera ber
October...
Noveraber
Deceraber.
1885—January..
February.
March
April
May
,
June
,
July
August
Septem'ber,




Gold
certificates.

Silver
certificates.

$17, 626, 700
16,779, 500
16,304,700
15,772. 600
15,413,700
15,413,700
15,240, 700
15, 128, 700
14, 910, 900
14,591,000
13, 379,200
12, 337,100
10,411,100
10, 082, 600
8,855,500
8,230, 600
8.050,100
8,004.600
7.884.600
7,697.900
7 511,700
7,454. 500
7,400. 500
6,658,SSO
6 541,480
6,541.480
6,171. 800
5,962, 600
.
5 912. 600
5 782. 920
749.820
5,400 920
5 248.920
5.207.920
5.207, 920
5,188,120
5,188,120
5,188,120
5,166. 920
5.072,120
5.055,420
5.037.120
5,017,940
5,992, 040
4.907.440
4.360,440
26,408,540
35.619,840
64, 776, 940
72,850,740
74. 969.720
74. 333,620
81,460,940
83,378. 640
82. 452, 040
83,992.740
82, 495,240
82, 328. 940
83.932.920
85. 031,920
91, 250, 620
101 443, 500
236,400
ics; 116, 200
104,812,260
101. 392, 660
98, 017,320
98, 719, 920
118,936, 620
121,343, 320
120,075,350
120.631,150
120,279, 530
119,no, 220
134,337,530
153, 860.090
153, 924.360
153,323:140
142;611,320
140,491,720
140.387, 030
140.
140,

$2, 571,180 $41, 200,000
$61,397,880
2, 308,180
46,100, 000
65,187, 680
2, 326, 530 27, 725, OOO
46, 356, 230
1, 977, 020 32. 045, 000
49, 794, 620
2, 366, 960 27, 035, 000
44, 815, 660
2, 466, 950 30, 805, 000
48, 685, 650
40, 840, 000
2, 785,850
58, 866,550
53, 745, 550
3, 281, 850 35. 335, 000
50, 347,750
4, 221, 850 31,215.000
22.510,000
43,236. 850
6,135,850
34, 717, n o
7, 067, 910 14, 270,000
10,515,000
31,565,010
8,712,910
9,052,910
12, 900, 000
32, 364, 010
9, 369,920
I I , 765. 000
31,217,520
11, 628,920
8.495.000
28, 979, 420
12, 043, 720
9.160, 000
29, 434, 320
12,374. 270
13, 250, 000
33, 674, 370
12,374.270
14, 595, 000
34, 973, 870
12,689, 290
15,665,000
36, 238. 890
13,138,040
I I , 310, 000
32.145, 940
18,521,900
9,975,000
36. 008, 660
27.113, 960
8,775,000
43, 343, 460
35, 077. 280
8, 525, 000
51, 002, 780
45.582, 130
7,005 000
59, 246, 010
8, 630, 000
46, 800. 220
61, 971, 700
7,965,000
47, 884,260
62. 390, 740
6, 805. 000
50.178, 900
63,155, 700
8. 295. 000
50. 680 140
64, 937, 740
50. 773. 250 10,860.000
67, 545, 850
11,925.000
51 166.530
68, 874. 450
51 983,980
10 740 000
68, 473, 800
57, 578, 310
9,625, 000
72. 604, 230
64,149 910
77, 713, 830
8, 315. 000
66,327 670
79,845, 590
8,310,000
66.663,830
80,916.750
9,045.000
68. 675, 230
9,590.000
83, 453. 350
68, 999, 670 11,400,000
85. 587, 790
68. 674, 480 11, 550. 000
85.412.600
68, 355, 370 11, 140 000
84, 662.290
67,781,360
11.115.000
83,968,480
67,736,220 • 12.330,000
85,121, 640
66, 096, 710 13, 320. 000
84, 453. 830
67,119,210
84, 867,150
12,730.000
69,440,210
86.432,250
12, 000,000
87,146; 650
71, 569, 210 10,670, 000
73, 607, 710
9, 945, 000 109,913.150
73.095,660
9,845.000 ' 118.349,200
9. 585,000
147, 053, 500
72. 848, 660
158,012,410
72, 745, 470
12,490, 000
159, 486, 710
73,295,970
11,340 000
162. 310, 051
77, 625, 331
9,715,000
172, 209 951
80,771,331
10.105, 000
175,299 271
80, 033, 331
11,805,000
184,370.471
88. 616, 831
13,375.000
185. 633, 451
89.271.411
12,910,000
187,789,721
92 651 981
12, 145, 000
188,930,481
94: 490. 241
11 945,000
195 528.081
12.620, 000
| 9 9 579,141
202,180,731
14 465 000
01 782.811
215:490,531
14.560 000
09.898,611
228,267 671
16 880.000
10.137.051
236, 796, 321
18 215,000
10,137,821
236,119,561
15,475.000
16 408,161
232,515,431
15,025 000
16. 374, 231
227,162, 351
11,050,000
17,300.091
230, 589, 351
12. 385, 000
19,811,691
251, 651, 661
|20, 404, 341
13, 230. 000
257.271, 841
14,420 000
{21,131. 921
260.142, 341
{23,260.721
15, 945, 000
269,754. 851
17,855,000
{31, 556, 531
276, 710,471
22,695.000
^33,940,121
282,719 441
24.920, 000
138.168, 291
305, 606, 231
30,130. 000
141,196, 701
325. no. 051
141, 419, 831
30, 580,000
323, 914, 371
27, 215^ 000
143, 361. 841
320, 895,176
25,450,000
141, 585, 086
27,240,000
140.660, 776
310, 825.136
29, 785, 000
139, 901. 646
310,009, 786
139, 213, 086
31. 680, 000
311, 504, 406
31, 560, 000
138, 792,186
310, 843. 906
23, 880,000
289, 646, 736
125, 379, 706

Currency
certificates.

Total.

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TREASURER.

N o . 4 3 . — G O L D C E R T I F I C A T E S , S I L V E R CERTIFICATES, AND C U R R E N C Y C E R T I F I CATES OUTSTANDING AT T H E END OP EACH M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.

Month.
1885--October
Noveraber .
December...
188G—Jauuary
February . .
March
April
May
Juiie
July
August
Sepieraber.
October
Noveraber..
Deceraber..,
1887— January —
February...
March
,
April
May
June
July
-.
August
Septeraber.
October
Noveraber.
Deceraber..
1888—January . . .
February . .
March .'. —
April
May..
June
July
» August
September.
October
November .
December..
1889—Jauuary . . .
February..
March
April
May
June
July
August
Septeraber.
October
Noveraber.
December..
1890—January . . .
Februa'ry . .
March . . . . .
April
May
June
July
August
September.
October
Noveraber .
Deceraber..
1891—January . . .
February . .
Marcb . . . . .
April
May
June
July
August
September.
October —
November .
December..
1892—January . . .
February . .
March
April

May . . , , , . ,




Gold
certificates.

Silver
certificates.

Curreucy
certificates.

Total.

$283, 744, 896
$140,136, 610 $125, 053, 286 $18,555,000
140, 047, 060 124, 737,106
17, 765, 000
282, 549,166
139, 710, 080 124, 343, 776
14, 055, 000
278,108,856
139,345,660
123, 740, 376
14, 850, 000
277, 936, 036
15,305, 000
277, 841, 536
139, 308, OGO 123, 228, 476
12, 765, 000
272, 871. 566
137, 573,570 122, 532, 996
137,112,100
121, 874,196
11, 740, 000
270, 726, 296
14, 540, 000
265, 990, 840
131, 855, G95 119,595,145
131,174, 245 115, 977, 675
IS, 500, 000
265,651, 920
126, 976, 877 115, 292, 902
19, 575, 000
261, 844, 779
12, 705, 000
253. 690, 579
126, 392, 327 114, 593, 252
7, 855, 000
251,144, 229
125, 346,127 117, 943,102
125,173, 427 117, 869,102
7,160,000
250, 202, 529
124, 990, 327 119, 657,102
7, 305, 000
251, 952, 429
124, 701, 409 124, 585,102
6, 710, OUO
255, 996, 511
124, 508, 739 125, 053,102
8, 820, 000
258, 381, 841
259, 241, 697
124, 214, 595 126, 597,102
8, 430, 000
123, 803, 625 138,143, 338
7, 545, UOO
269,491, 963
123, 339,525 142, 748,130
8,510,000
274, 597, 655
123, 062, 335 144. 432, 492
9, 400, OUO 276, 894, 827
9, 080, 000
276,109, 967
121, 486, 817 145, 543,150
•113,088,647
148, 375, 800
8, 810, 000
270, 274, 447
111, 773, 547 153, 873,128
7, 550, 000
273,196, 675
158,274,667
6, 685, 000
292, 098, 638
127,138, 971
, 132, 542, 931 164,165, 451
7, 385, 000
304, 093, 382
130, 755, 591 172, 562, 720
7,155,000
310, 473, 311
127, 744,451 183,194, 993
7,115, 000
318, 054,444
330, 698, 751
10, 925, 000
125, 522,181 194,251,570
340, 934, 209
123, 660, 081 . 205, 619,128 11, 655, OUO
121, 605, 413 210, 896,870
9, 565, 000
342, 067, 283
120, 414, 793 212, 743, 041
10, 655, 000
343,812,834
12, 700, 000
372, 959, 668
143,155, 840 217,103, 828
14. 665, 000
386,179, 922
142, 023,150 229, 491, 772
162,193, 800 227, 041, 965
15, 305, 000
404, 540,765
161, 341, 750 225,187, 728
14, 735, 000
401, 264, 478
13, 310, 000
402, 046, 076
160,354, 600 228, 381, 476
166, 777,150 237,187, 776
11, 970, 000
415, 934, 926
166,706,160
246, 250, 274
11,510,000
424, 466, 434
10, 720, 000
417, 914. 716
157, 016,150 250,178, 566
156,030, n o 250, 054, 551
14,010,000
420, 094, 661
155,013, 530 252, 346, 851
16, 200, 000
423, 560, 381
155,412, 642 256, 023, 915
14,960, 000
426, 396, 557
157,398,222
258, 391, 033
14, 690, 000
430, 479, 255
156, 394, 802 261, 742, 899
16,420,000434, 557, 701
154, 028, 552 262, 629, 746
16, 975, 000
433, 633, 298
153,211,352
265, 208, 396
17, 605, 000
436, 024, 748
162, 950,752 274, 722,196
17,005, 000
454, 677, 948
158, 749,152 280, 497, 767
16, 045, 000
455, 291, 919
12, 860, 000
448, 371, 369
155, 863, 052 279, 648, 317
10, 750, 000
444,114, 769
154,151, 209 279,213, 560
9, 570, 000
449, 074, 028
154, 301, 989 285, 202, 039
159, n o , 039 284, 585, 889
11, 720, 000
455,415,928
10,480,000
457, 547, 278
158, 827, 639 288, 239, 639
462,215,742
8, 650, 000
159, 552, 289 294, 013, 453
158, 785, 039 297, 361, 953
8,935,000
465, 081, 992
158, 261, 519 299, 592,106
10,195, 000
468, 048, 625
157, 542, 979 301,539,751
12, 280, 000
471, 362,730
160, 021, 869 302,191,171
11, 860, 000
474, 073, 040
9, 230, 000 475,041, 340
157, 388, 269 308,423, 071
174,163,519
311,173, 571
7,170,000
492, 507, 090
174, 65G, 669 310, 649, 374
6, 930. OUO
492, 236, 043
6, 590, 000
492, 215, 093
175, 072, 069 310, 553, 024
175,431, 969 309, 855, 778
6, 820, 000 492,107, 747.
175, 731, 499 307, 062, 874
11,500, 000
494, 294, 373
172, 274, 899 307,168,474
12, 530, 000
491, 973, 373
168, 367, 529 313, 389, 782
11, 675, 000
493, 432, 311
14,270,000
496, 712, 85G
166,199, 999 316, 242, 857
158, 902,149 315, 551,153
18, 060, 000
492, 513, 302
22, 790, 000
489, 961, 614
152, 456, 429 314, 715,185
27, 445, 000
492, 654, 6G8
149, 720, 209 315, 489, 459
29,185, 000
499, 392, 568
145, 994, 359 324, 213, 209
19, 835, 000
485, 555, 618
140,784, 059 324, 936, 559
156, 890, 739 323,668,401
491, 654,140
11, 095, 000
10,135, 000
496, 262, 057
161, 852,139 • 324,274,918
9, 465, 000 499, 816,15.7
165, 578, 839 324, 772, 318
16,850, 000
523, 870, 412
180, 665, 769 326, 354, 643
29,440,000
536, 012, 762
328,421,343
178,151,419
538, 495, 851
31, 220, 000
178, 002, 999 329. 272. 852
536, 693, 881
30, 550, 000
175, 644, 879 330, 499, 002
34, 020,000
536, 689, 731
171,765.729
330, 904, 002

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REPORT ON THE FINANCES.

N o . 4 3 . — G O L D CERTIFICATES, 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 EACH M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.

Month.
1892—Juue
July
August
Septeinber.
October
November .
December.1893—January . . .
February . .
March
Api-il
May
June
July
August
September.
October
Noveraber .
Deceraber..
1894—January . . .
February . .
March
April
May
June
July
August
Septeraber .
October
Noveraber .
December..
1895—January . . .
February . .
March
.
April
May
Juiie
July
August
Septeraber.
October
November .
Deceraber..
1896—J auuary . . .
February . .
March . ' . . . .
April
May
June
July
August
Septeraber.
October
Noveraber .
December .
1897—January...
February..,
March
April
May....
June
July
August
September.
October
Noveraber .
Deceraber..
1898—Jauuary
February...
March
April
May
June
July
August
Septeraber ..
October.....
November . .
December...
1899—January
February...




Gold
certificates.

Silver
certificates.

$156,598, 929 $331, 614, 304
154,600. 329 331, 809, 304
152, 234, 589 331,068,304
146,555, 989 329, 469, 304
143, 437, 339 326,850, 304
142, 821, 639 326, 251, 304
141, 347, 889 325, 783, 504
136, 375, 589 328,146, 504
122,170, 989 328, 029, 504
116, 621,439 328, 226, 504
114,160, 339 326, 806, 504
104, 794, 639 328, 766,504
94, 041,189
330, 957, 504
87. 704, 739 333,031,504
80, 979,419 329, 088, 504
79,756,819
330, 864, 504
79,005,169
333,444, 504
78,312,169
334,138, 504
77, 487, 769 334, 584, 504
77,093, 769 336, 919, 504
71,042,219
338, 061, 504
70,444, 219 338, 202, 504
70, 093, 219 339,673, 504
69, 416.199 339, 662, 504
66. 387, 899 337,148, 504
66, 050, 699 336, 519. 504
65,703, 699 338, 710,504
64, 845, 699 339, 676, 504
64, 308, 349
59, 677, 269 337, 712, 504
53,420, 869 •337, 629, 504
52, 984, 869 336, 924,504
333,796, 504
51,587,869
48,927, 849 333,107, 504
48, 814, 649 331,121, 504
48, 641, 959 330, 914, 504
. 48,469,959 328, 245, 504
328, 894, 504
48, 336, 909 330, 932, 504
49, 290, 909 331, 513, 504
50, 748, 909 338, 297, 504
50, 585, 889 342,409, 504
50,341,889
344, 327, 504
50,099, 889 345, 702, 504
49, 978,989
345, 994, 504
44. 384,489 344, 377, 504
43. 822, 469 348,325, 504
43, 817, 469 350, 412, 504
43, 649,189 346, 942, 504
42, 818,189 342, 619, 504
40, 687,189 344, 032, 504
40, 486,189 357, 204, 504
40, 328, 539 364,476, .504
39, 588,139 366,463, 504
39,433,139
367, 903, 504
39, 279, 789 370, 883, 504
39, 046, 789 373, 015, 504
39, 046, 789 373,585,504
38, 939, 689 376, 561, 504
38, 939, 689 377, 531, 504
38, 843,169
374, 345, 504
38, 782,169
375,479, 504
38, 700,169
372,404, 504
38, 527,169 379,112, 504
38, 434,169 385,152, 504
38, 348,169
384,170, 504
38, 274,149 384, 963, 504
38,128,149
387, 925, 504
38, 062,149
388, 475, 504
88,-015,149
391, 908, 504
37, 927,149
394, 630, 504
37, 555,149
896, 325, 504
37,486,149
397,732, 504
37,420,149
398, 556, 5U4
37, 287,149
398, 922,504
37,119,149
401,107,504
36, 990,799
36, 940,149 400, 062, 504
36, 901, 049 398, 753, 504
36, 808, 999 399,163, 504
399, 430, 504
34,669,999
34,592, 729 399,631,504
402,289, 504

Currency
certificates.
$30, 320, 000 $518, 533,233
27, 700. 000
514,109, 633
22, 770, 000 • 506,072,893
494, 285, 293
18, 260, 000
481,397, 643
11,110, 000
477, 572,943
8, 500,000
474, 721, 393
7, 590, 000
479, 552, 093
15,030, 000
469,960,493
19, 760, 000
461, 937,943
17, 090", 000
456, 946,843
15, 980, 000
451, 341,143
17, 780, 000
437, 363,693
12, 365, 000
8, 340, 000
429, 076, 243
5, 665, 000
415, 732,923
8, 285,000
418,906, 323
434, 874, 673
22, 425, 000
445,775, 673
33, 325, 000
451,1.57, 273
39, 085, 000
458,988,273
44, 975, 000
456,908,723
47,805.000
461,726,723
53, 080, 000
467,176, 723
57,410,000
468,448,703
59,370,000
462,771, 403
59, 235, 000
464, 525, 203
61,955, 000
463,199, 203
58,785, 000
56, 305, 000
460, 827, 203
54, 325, 000
456, 345,'853
57, 985, 000
455,291,773
48. 965, 000
439, 310, 373
41,245, 000
428,026, 373
37,355, oco
422,050, 373
37,565,000
417, 614,353
37, 375,000
417,104,153
48, 435, 000
425, 322,463
433,119,463
55, 755, 000
436, 309,413
57,040, 000
77,085, 000
457, 889, 413
67, 515,000
456, 561, 413
57,015, 000
450, 010, 393
48, 735, 000
443, 404, 393
34,450, 000
430, 252, 393
29,245, 000
425, 218, 493
421, 831,993
33, 070, 000
426,827,973
34, 680,000
427,524,973
33,295,000
424, 261, 693
33, 670, 000
417,427, 693
31, 990, COO
42,150, 000
426, 869, 693
39, 225, 000
436, 915, 693
439, 520, 043
34, 715, 000
441,111,643
35, 060, 000
445, 846, 643
38,510, 000
460,993, 293
50, 830, 000
477, 577, 293
65, 515, 000
76, 795, 000
489, 427, 293
75, 070, 000
490, 571,193
71,940,000
488, 411,193
66, 565, 000
479, 753, 673
61,750, 000
47"6, Oil, 673
63,495, 000
474, 599, 673
63, 650. 000
481, 289, 673
54,150, 000
477,736, 673
48, 625, 000
471,143, 673
48,890, 000
472,127,653
44, 555, 000
470, 608, 653
49,145, OOU
475, 682, 653
50, 660, 000
480, 583, 653
41, 230, 000
473, 787,653
27, 735, 000
461, 615, 653
26, 600, 000
461,818,653
26, 605,000
462, 581,653
23, 075, 000
459, 284, 653
20, 560, 000
458, 786, 653
18, 455, 000
455, 508, 303
20,105, 000
455,798,653
20, 640, 000
456, 704, 553
20, 685, 000
456, 924,503
22, 570, 000
456,871,503
23,135, 000
460, 017, 233

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Gold
certificates.

Month.
-March
April
May
Juiie
July
August...
September

NO.

44.—ESTI.MATED

Month.
1878—June
July..
August . . .
September
October . . .
November.
December .
1879—January...
February .
March
April
May
June
July..
August
September.
October . . .
November.
December .
1880—Jauuary...
February..
March
April
May
June
July
August . . .
September.
October . . .
November.
December .
1881—January...
February..
March
April
May
June
July.......
August
Septeraber.
October . . .
Noveraber.
Deceraber .
1882—January...
February .
March
April
May
June
July
August . . .
Septeraber
October . . .
Noveraber.
Deceraber .
1883—Jauuary...
February .
March
April
May
June . . . . . .
July
August . . .
September




Silver
certificates.

Currency
certificates.

$34, 526, 829 $402, 627, 504
34,486,829
404, 026. 504
34,434, 829 4U5, 257, 5U4
34, 297, 819 4U6, 085, 504
34, 251, 519 407, 027, 504
82,218, 419 407, 278, 504
135, 501,119 405,197, 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.
Gold.
$213, 199, 977
215, 848, 736
218, 186, 311
221, 300,413
226, 043.368
228, 625, 207
231, 645,490
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
307, 964, 532
327, 697, 367
336, 540, 249
339, 524. 612
342, 254,473
344, 394, 974
346, 887, 214
349, 319,297
351, 841, 206
354, 455,084
365, 940,999
387, 138, 517
405, 656,138
417, 422, 204
436, 201,090
443, 342, o n
446, 079,544
455, 519, 966
473, 214, 787
476, 347, 500
478, 484, 538
481, 330, 029
488, 785, 577
501, 505, 052
511, 830,601
516, 999, 679
521, 826, 768
525, 065,589
520, 510, 021
520, 327, 747
520, 743, 599
509, 865, 821
506, 757,715
504, 652, 252
505, 926, G75
509, 319, 382
515, 536, 933
520, 212, 752
524, 670,762
528, 433,158
530, 465, 211
535, 912, 647
538, 660, 540
540,
542, 444.206
544, 732, 063
548, 812.562
552. 409.207
197,749

Silver.

Notes.

$87, 693, 799 $669, 600,
90, 237, 684 668, 626.
94, 954, 759 6G8, 322,
98, 743,150 667,442,
99, 903, 755 667,802,
104, 239, 850 668,713,
105, 949, 417 669, 489,
109 290, 642 670, 090,
111. 284, 752 671,717,
112; .595, 406 672, 774,
113, 609,788 675,123,
115,035,994
675,357,
117,143, 551 675, 643,
119,030,899
675, 925,
121, 828, 027 676, 743,
124, 094, 659 680, 330
125, 864,170 683, 262;
129, 366, 734 686,175.
G88. 533,
132,104,198
689, 868,
135,167,503
137, 322, 864 689, 922,
139, 452, 288 690, 630,
142, 890, 470 691, 219,
145, 221,418 691. 35i)
147, 721, 556 690,571
151, 060,734 690, 462,
153, 714, 4r9 690, 338.
155, 294, 977 690,128,
158,161,650
690, U6U,
160, 775, 739 689,978,
163,110, 894 G9U, 473
166, 033, 933 69U. 532,
167, 095, n o 689, 923,
693, 735,
168,158,138
170. 406, 017 698, 728,
172,401,693
700, 285,
174, 769, 715 701, 298,
176, 700, 503 703, 594,
178, 799, 548 704,130,
181,127, 330 705, 086,
184, 298,180 706, 544,
186, 290, 775 708,190,
189, 246, 630 708, 538,
191,-226,186
708, 561
193,102, 063 707,776,
197, 065, 542 707, 596,
198,192, 373 707,044
201, 037, 464 705, 706,
202, 804, 268 704, 233,
204, 593, 940 704, 655,
206. 977, 696 706,515,
209, 934, 955 705, 937,
212, 948, 203 70S, 460,
215,049,230
708, 372,
218,117, 713 > 708,563,
219, 905, 788 707, 991,
222, 562, 254 707,105.
224, 976, 536 705, 873,
226,906,129
705, 227,
704,138,
.229,978.907
232, 698, 415 702, 753,
234, 652. 939 701. 794,
236, 725, 962 700, 587,
239, 014, 417 699, 409,

$22, 895, 000
21, 325. 000
21, 800, 000
21, 325, OUO
20,055,000
19,430,000
16,100, 000

$460, 049,333
459, 838. 333
461, 492, 333
461,708, 323
461, 334, 023
508, 926, 923
556, 798, 623

AT T H E E N D OF EACH

Certificates.

Aggregate.

$92, 644, 600 $1, 063,139,202
97, 211, 030 1,071, 923, 881
93, 425, 280 I, 074,888, 899
75. 744. 670 1, 063,
230, 899
105,530
71, 356, 350 1, 065,
004,855
73, 426, 420 1, 075,
58, 776. 830 I, 065,861. 313
61, 397. 880 1, 074,978, 211
036. 652
65,187, 680 1, 085,
46, 356, 230 1,071, 309, 674
481, 971
49, 794, 620 1, 080,
44, 815, 660 1, 079,623, 597
48, 685, 650 1. 087,214,127
58, SGG, 550 1,101, 881, 797
53, 745, 550 1,109, 163, 394
50, 347, 750 1,141, 429, 888
43, 236,850 1,160, 328,192
1,1.77,956, BOI
*34, 717, n o
1,188, 742, 715
31,565.010
1,196, 924,571
32,364,010
1, 200,
717,124
31,217,520
457, 099
28, 979, 420 1, 203,
1, 210,
29, 434, 320
431, 604
33, 674, 370 1, 219,
574, 328
34, 973, 870 1, 225,108, 549
36, 238, 890 1, 232,
217, 435
32.145, 940 1, 242,140,311
36, OOS, 660 1, 268.570, 912
43, 343,460 1, 297,221,660
51, 002, 780 1,319, 178,899
59, 246, 010 1, 349,031. 842
61. 971, 700 I, 361.879, 783
62, 390, 740 I. 365,488, 888
I, 380,568, 982
63,155,700
64, 937, 740 1, 407,286, 657
67, 545, 850 1,416, 580, 952
1,423,
68, 874, 450 1,430, 426, 834
68,473, 800 1,444,098, 581
72, 604, 230 1,465,320, 277
77, 713, 830 1,482, 432, 868
79, 845, 590 1,492, 518. 387
80,916, 750 1, 503,397, 870
83,453, 350 1, 510,
065, 232
85, 587, 790 1, 506,441, 345
85,412, 600 I, 509,
801, 350
84, 662, 290 I, 509,652, 382
83, 968,480 I, 501,949, 357
85,121, 640 1,498, 730, 995
84,453, 830 1,498. 249, 393
84, 867,150 1, 505,768, 500
86,432, 250 1,515, 852, 067
87.146, 650 1,546, 338, 665
109, 913,150 1, 561,858, 637
118, 349, 200 1, 598,983, 7G7
147, 053,500 1, 614,405,781
158, 012, 410 1, 619,343,220
159,486, 710 1, 629,619, 288
072,253
162. 310, 051 1, 643,
172, 209, 951 1, 649,004, 590
860, 650
175, 299, 271 1, 662,
554,173
184, 370, 471 1, 666,
185, 633,451 1, 673,893, 791
512, 780
187, 789,721 1, 679,
551,777
188, 930,481

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No.

REPORT ON THE FINANCES.
44.—ESTIMATED

Month.
1883—October . . .
November.
December.
1884—January...
February..
March
April
May
Juue
July
August . . .
September.
October . . .
November.
Deceraber.
1885—Jauuary...
Februaiy..
March
April
May
Juue
July
August . . .
Septeraber.
October . . .
November.
Deceraber .
1886—January...
February .
March
April
May
Juue
July
August . . .
Septeraber
October . . .
Noveraber.
Deceraber.
1887—January...
February .
March..'...
April
May
June
July
August . . .
Septeinber
October . . .
November.
December".
1888—January...
February .
March . ' . . .
April
May
June
July
August . . .
September
October . . .
November.
December.
1889—January...
February .
March
April
May
Juiie
July
August . . .
September
October . . .
November.
Deceraber.
1890—January...
February .
March.."...
April
May
June




STOCK O F ALL K I N D S O F M O N E Y AT T H E E N D O F EACH
M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.

Gold.

Silver.

$558 078,
,563 790,
566 108,
568 231,
566 994,
557 424,
541 139,
541 805,
545 500,
549 706,
554 371,
557 853,
562 194,
572 025,
576 lis,
578 828,
581 162,
584 168,
585 874,
587 127,
588 697,
589 979,
592 378
597 236
600 445
607 126
612 980
614 128
611 484,
604 428,
601 990
596 868
590 774
592 725
600 098
607 329,
615 023
626 523
640 418,
645 869,
646 880
649 194
650 578
655 423,
654 520,
658 646,
663 589,
681 793,
695 130,
699 111
704 703
706 471
707 848
708 518
711 369
706 262,
705 820,
705 158,
707 481,
709 881
711 705
7U9 994,
7U4 608,
7U5 758
705 954,
704 773,
705 611,
698 260,
679 559
675 558
679 859
681 819
684 194
685 749
689 524
690 980
692 100
693 850
695 189,
696 579
696 008,

$240, 718,
242, 281,
244, 070,
246, 085,
248, 206,
250, 155,
252, 087,
253, 395,
254, 672,
257, 519,
259, 962,
262, 496,
264, 531,
267, 087,
269 378,
271 634,
273 285,
275 605,
278 143,
280. 574,
282 863,
284 679,
286 985,
289 645,
292 080,
294 333,
297 057,
299 223,
300 779,
303 261,
306 031,
308 L58,
311 876,
314 497,
316 918,
320 123,
322 978,
326 093,
329 468,
332 494,
335 274,
342 241,
347 001,
349 903,
353 455,
355 357,
357 740,
360 794.
364 257,
366 884,
369 398,
372 410,
375 178,
377 714,
380 277,
382 743,
386 450,
388 285,
390 876,
393 948,
396 890,
399 901,
402 941,
405 682,
408 369,
411 206,
414 327,
417 066,
420 712,
422 996,
425 472,
428 440,
430 974,
433 648,
437 228,
44U 802,
443 813,
447, 393,
449 650,
452 109,
456 950,

Not'es.

Certificates.

$698, 209,436 $195, 528, 081
202,180,731
696, 981, 900
215,490, 531
696, 630, 367
228, 267, 671
695, 361, 822
236, 796, 321
692, 465, 957
236,119, 561
690, 716, 521
232, 515, 431
688, 897, 543
227,162, 351
686, 699, 525
230, 589, 351
685, 373, 628
251, 651, 661
683,746, 371
257,271,841
682, 812, 980
260,142, 341
681, 724, 954
269,754,851
679,688,788
276,710, 471
. 677, 461, 499
675, 073, 348
282, 719,441
672, 730, 923
305, 606, 231
670, 317, 136
325, n o , 051
667, 578, 411
323, 914, 371
666, 096, 820
320, 895,176
663, 670, 262
310, 825,136
663, 538, 097
310, 009, 786
662, 059, 857
311, 504,406
662,112, 723
310, 843, 906
663,029,138
289, 646, 736
661, 960,103
283, 744,896
663, 429, 863 282, 549,166
278,108, 856
663,193,-319
663, 681,178 277, 936, 036
663, 682, 268 277, 841,536
661, 331, 405 272, 871, 566
659, 942, 890 270, 726, 296
657, 849,181 265, 990, 840
655,191, 907 265, 651, 920
652, 9.19, 554 261, 844, 779
650, 930, 031 253,690,579
649, 780, 828 251,144,229
647, 990, 306 250, 2U2, 529
645. 825. 292 251, 952, 429
643, 253, 088 255, 996, 511
639, 463, 743 258, 381, 841
635,545,813
259, 241, 697
633, 631, 727 269, 491, 963
631,474,327
274, 597, 655
628, 663,423 276, 894,827
625, 598, 089 276,1U9, 967
622, 969, 328 270, 274, 447
620, 809, 845 273.196, 675
619, 402, 546 292, 098, 638
618, 596, 274 304, 093, 382
616, 371, 394 310,473, 311
61,5,044,870
318,054, 444
612, 383, 650 330, 698, 751
609.133, 609 340, 934, 209
. 608, 678, 220 342, 067, 283
605,107, 517 343, 812, 834
602. 262, 289 372, 959,668
598. 884, 957 386,179, 922
596.134, 751 404, 540, 765
401,264, 478
593,028,043
402. 046, 076
590,210,018
585, 939, 233 415, 934, 926
583, 007, 888 424, 466, 434
580, 235, 208 417, 914, 716
575, 722, 840 420, 094, 661
570, 929, 601 423, 560, 381
567, 709, 637 426, 396, 557
565,187, 489 430,479, 255
561, 967, 753 434, .557, 701
557, 878, 699 433, 633,298
554, 674, 705 436, 024,748
552, 444, 387 454, 677, 948
550, 248, 818 455, 291,919
548, 606, 841 448, 371. 369
546, 227, 653 444,114,769
543, 768, 401 449, 074, 0^8
541,128, 235 455, 415, 928
538, 681, 469 457, 547, 278
536, 955, 618 462, 215, 742
535,945, 916 465, 081, 992
534, 042, 539 468, 048, 625
532,429, 606 471, 362, 730

Aggregate.
$1,692, 533,803
1,705, 233, 998
1,722, 299, 489
1,737, 946, 508
1,744, 462, 636
I, 734,416,646
I, 714.640,176
1, 709,062,777
1, 716,136,631
1, 742,623, 853
1, 754,
418,194
1,762, 217,036
1, 776,169, 401
1,793, 284, 520
1, 803,290, 012
1, 828,800, 762
1, 849,875, 540
1, 851,
266, 275
1, 851,009,780
1, 842,196,797
1, 845,108,006
1, 848,223,129
1, 852,
320,393
1, 839,558,112
1, 838,230, 289
1, S47,439, 586
1, 851,340, 312
I, 854,969,209
1, 853,788, 007
1, 842,392,835
1, 838,691,271
1, 828,866, 806
1, 823,494, 709
1,821, 988, 020
1, 821,637,752
1, 828,377,494
1, 836,194,103
1, 850,393, 977
1,869, 136,763
1, 876,209, 537
1, 876,943, 014
1,894, 559, 817
1, 903,652, 387
1, 910,885, 396
1, 909,683,742
I, 907,248, 209
1, 915,336, 824
1,954, 089, 695
077,406
1, 982,
1.992, 841,147
2, 007,200, 753
2, 021,964, 351
2, 033,094, 471
2, 034,978, 342
2, 040,566, 874
2, 064,228,416
2, 077,336,270
2, 094,119, 398
2, 092,650, 085
2, 096,085,658
469, 694
2, no,370,116
2,117,699, 513
2,105,258,305
2.107, 813,810
2.108, 085,813
2, no,605, 227
2,115, 851, 930
784,707
2, 111,254, 420
2, 091,454, 287
• 2, 089,
800,895
2,112,147, 849
2,115,739,789
2,112,595, 702
2.109,327, 338
2,119,143. 547
2,128,414,°S84
2,132,
2,140,867, 647
2,145,
,.780, 720
2,150,751, 826
2,156;

119

TREASURER.
No.

44.—ESTIMATED

Month.
1890—July
August
Septeraber .
October
Noveraber..
December..
1891—Jauuary
February ..
March
April
May
June
July
August
September .
October
November..
Decem b e r . .
1892—January
February...
March
April
May
June
July
August
September..
October
November..
Deceraber..
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 . -.
Septeraber ,
October . . .
'November.,
December.
1896—January-..
February..
March
April . ,
.
May
June
July
August
September.
October ...
November.
December.
1897—January ..,
February .,
March ....,




STOCK OF ALL K I N D S OF 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.

Gold.

Silver.

Notes.

651,019 $460, 003, 325 $530, 934, 884
273,307
464, 218,103 533, 424, 769
468,988, 835 536, 352, 931
693, 026,194
694, 867, 733 475,176, 849 540,240,449
698, 861, 777 480,567, 438 544, 268,827
704, 100, 811 485, 919, 803 547, 859. 687
707 008, 881 490, 540, 824 550, 788, 565
494, 970, 840 553, 254,740
705, 584,827
501, 215, 806 555, 309, 280
700, 904,069
689 495, 821 505, 818, 674 558,639, 862
561,209, 202
661, 993, 363 509,962,377
646. 591, 928 515, 335, 939 564, 486, 647
520, 349, 998 569, 841, 990
644, 458,425
647, 489, 823 524, 957, 388 577, 501, 360
653 308, 095 529, 019, 947 582, 717, 292
534, 357, 565 587,590,844
670, 545,108
677, 774, 595 538, 440,982 592.634, 275
845, 930 542, 079, 363 597, 086, 703
686,
601,439,512
690, 586, 886 546,721,199
550, 682, 746 604, 539,103
689, 936,893
608, 812, 665
687, 758, 687 555,550,397
612, 386, 281
681 239, 405 559,401,967
563, 262, 767 616, 572,351
680; 438,749
621, 076, 937
345,446
567,269,118
664,
657, 753, 580 572, 396, 329 624, 774, 899
698,106
575, 923,198 628, 720, 082
653,
652, 130, 237 579, 211, 096 631, 952, 111
655, 513, 666 583, 269, 976 635, 724, 395
657, 966, 329 587, 598,080 641, 092, 599
645, 831, 063
330, 762
651, 515, 600 592, 519, 721 64.9. 018, 758
595, 777,406 653, 971, 257
640, 490,086
596, 874,470 658,265,708
62' 177,184
626; 042, 879 602, 953, 757 662, 606, 408
613, 464, 554 606,881,216
667, 035,144
611,179, 657 672, 585,115
604, 089,133
592, 723, 903 614, 762, 482 678, 722, 511
615,174, 063 695, 543, 342
603: 889, 540
618, 569, 277 706,690, 635
645, 505,880
657, 395, 851 621,171, 958 708, 728,197
622, 571,105
661, 180,139
666, 906, 590 623, 555,170 • 709,082,750
666, 023, 510 624, 034, 858 708, 380, o n
623, 589,495 707, 614, 031
670, 293,180
674, 558, 001 623,066, 534 707,161,720
623, 214, 791 707, 457,028
672, 087,191
623,188, 898 707, 327,120
668, 866,968
644, 091, 424 622, 091, 895 706,605. 777
706, 618, 677
622,723,430
629 026,413
623, 091, 024 706, 667, 208
620, 293,455
618, 792, 004 623,126, 683 706, 424, 600
622, 335, 364 705. 854, 741
623, 795,276
622,705, 383 705; 386, 674
625, 139,655
623,859, 290 704, 346, 423
630, 107,730
624, 596,632 704, n o , 457
625, 543,187
603, 161, 380 624, 671,443 702,730,128
607, 980, 395 624, 449, 865 702,429, 824
618, 109, 679 624, 050, 783 704,552, 316
623, 461, 408 623, 880, 293 705,985, 337
624,181, 708 706, 204, 012
631 168,989
636: 132, 676 624, 541, 631 704, 460,451
641 198, 579 625, 025,364 703, 543, 341
624,122, 346 703, 515, 496
629: 441,575
613, 542, 432 624,233, 595 703,199, 230
618, 820, 049 625, 269, 990 701, 660, 926
609, 927. 254 626,341, 574 700,224, 894
698,169, 269
597, 956; 043 625,084,167
598, 989, 590 626, 438, 630 697, 501, 843
612, 797, 966 626, 525, 462 700, 582, 213
626, 693, 799 704,078, 323
617 672,115
622, 183, 582 626, 677, 986 703,939, 633
607, 148, 847 626, 273, 881 703, 354, 231
625,574, 517 702, 364, 843
600, 306,169
626, 273, 505 701,054,338
595, 821,169
603, 542, 801 626, 793, 049 703, 036,192
664,812
627, 386, 321 705, 324, 653
641,
671, 256, 984 628, 421, 280 704, 894, 740
686, 947, 212 629, 407, 641 703,757,186
692, 855, 251 630,299, 390 702,160,414
697, 521, 724 630, 986, 855 700,173, 958
702, 368, 560 631, 747, 623 698, 467, 623
631,802, 024 697,607,437
706,

Certificates.
$474, 073,
475, 041,
492, 507,
492, 236,
492, 215,
492, 107,
494, 294,
491, 973,
493, 432,
496, 712,
492, 513,
489, 961,
492, 654,
499, 392,
485, 555,
491, 654,
496, 262,
499, 816,
523, 870,
536, 012,
538 495,
536, 693,
536 689,
518, 533,
514 109.
506 072,
494 285,
481 397,
477, 572,
474, 721,
479 552,
469 960,
461 937,
456 946,
451 341,
437 363,
429 076,
415 732,
418 906,
434 874,
445 775,
451 157,
458 988,
456 908,
461 726,
467 176,
468 448,
462 771,
464 525,
463 199,
460 827,
456 345,
455 291,
439 310,
428 026,
422 050,
417 614,
417 104,
425 322,
433 119,
436 309,
457 889,
456 561,
450 010,
443 404,
430 252,
425 218,
421 831,
426 827,
427 524.
424 261,
417 427,
426 869,
436 915,
439 520,
441 111,
445 846,
460 993,
477 577,
489 427,
490 571,

Aggregate.
$2,156, 662, 268
2,161,957,519
2,190, 875, 050
2, 202, 521,074
2.215, 913,135
2, 229, 988, 048
2,242, 632, 643
2, 245, 783, 780
2, 250, 861, 466
2, 250, 667, 213
2, 225, 678, 244
2.216, 376,128
2,227,305,081
2, 249, 341,139
2, 250, 600,952
2, 284,147, 657
2,305,111,909
2, 325, 828,153
2, 362, 618, 009
2, 381,171, 504
2, 390, 617, 600
2, 389, 721, 534
2, 396, 963, 598
2, 371, 224, 734
2, 369,034,441
2, 364,414, 279
2, 357, 578, 737
2, 355,905,680
2, 364, 229,951
2,364,402,939
2,364, 863,857
2, 348, 296,306
2, 349,334, 592
2, 339,477,346
2, 334, 020,498
2,316, 800,423
2, 326, 696, 720
2,375, 735, 082
2,404, 274, 796
2,427, 569, 826
2, 444,593, 732
2, 450,478, 732
2.460, 215, 309
2.461, 430,157
2,464, 956, 543
2, 465, 779, 932
2, 442, 013, 343
2, 421, 204, 934
2, 414,309, 848
2, 411, 043,941
2, 412,809, 312
2,410, 233,186
2, 413, 637,141
2, 393,125,192
2,358,971,131
2, 356, 091,442
2, 365,197, 847
2, 370, 079, 462
2, 387,169, 591
2, 398, 290,534
2, 406, 010,794
2,414, 725, 834
2, 397, 435, 813
2, 395,483, 741
2, 379,790,910
2, 351, 433, 083
2, 348,115, 009
2, 361, 929, 258
2, 375, 398, 061
2, 380, 814, 707
2, 361, 073,387
2, 345, 515, 900
2, 349, 503, 705
2, 370, 566,103
2, 413, 773, 818
2,446, 092, 475
2, 465, 268,454
2, 486, 400, 309
2, 506, 593,357
2, 522,164, 263
2,526,349, 214

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REPORT ON THE FINANCES.
44.—ESTIMATED

STOCK O F ALL K I N D S O F M O N E Y AT T H E E N D OF E A C H

M:ONTH, FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.
Gold.

Month.

Silver.

Notes.

Certificates.

Aggregate.

I
$708, 084, 485 $632,450,262 $696,265, 280 $488, 4il, 193 $2, 525,211,220
701, 929, 314 633,079, 041 694, 339, 137 479, 753, 673 2, 509,101,165
2.498, 248,652
697, 223, 332 632. 023, 665 G92, 989, 982 476.011,673
691, 439, 552 474,599. 673 2, 495,679, 249
697, 118, 880 632.521,144
689,946,970
703, 082, 728 631, 390,442
481, 289. 673 2, 505,709,813
688, 294, 266 477,736, 673 2, 510,495,288
712, 660.417
631, 803,932
•~^729, 661, 210 632, 981, 651 686.126, 571 471, 143, 673 2,519, 913,105
2, 528.586,363
684,108,513
472,127,653
738, 584,008
633, 766,189
2. 532,193,251
470.608,653
745, 037, 596 634, 503, 065 682,043,937
752, 316,476
635,110, 396 678, 741, 512 475. 682, 653 2, 541,851,037
2, 549.864, 424
676,181, 368 480; 583.653
948, 853
757,
635,150,550
674,778.175
473.787, 653 2.577, 212.838
793, 033, 076 635,613,934
834, 228, 646 636, 041, 564 675,486, 047 461, 615, 653 2, 607,371,910
676, 358, 666 461. 818. 653 2,631. 160, 927
857, 273,145
635,710,463
2,638, 768.500
675,788,473
462,581,653
863, 784, 929 636, 613,445
673,674. 361 459, 284, 653 2, 639,511, 220
870, 384,447
636,167,759
2,651. 958,990
673, 202, 946 458, 786,653
070, 660 635, 898,731
884,
901, 341,264
636, 685, 342 680,670, 281 455.508, 303 2, 674,205,190
684.143, 432 455.798. 653 2. 703,258,866
070,799
925,
638, 245, 982
935, 930, 605 638, 268, 328 686, 659, 099 456. 704, 553 2, 717,562, 585
949, 526, 013 639, 024, 225 687, 022,166 456, 924, 503 2, 732,496, 907
958, 679, 680 639, 025,157
456, 871, 503 2, 740,563. 862
685,987,522
966, 396, 746 639,811,106
685,177, 378 460, 017, 233 2, 751,402, 463
073, 162, 297 640, 410, 079 684,770,188
460, 049, 333 2, 758,391, 897
980, 062, 696 641,454, 311 683, 996, 004 459,838, 333 2, 765,351, 344
985, 483, 605 641, 589, 369 682, 853, 085 461,492, 333 2, 771,418, 392
975, 453,939
642, 285, 659 681, 550,167 461, 708, 323 2, 760,
978, 104,707
681, 385, 349 461, 334, 023 2. 762,
641,265,819
2, 823,
990, 380,153
642, 463,887 681,351,193
508,926,923
122,156
563. 565 642, 429,454 681,220, 519 556,798, 623 2, 880,012,161

1897-April
May
Juue
July
August ...
September
October . . .
Noveraber.
December.
1898—January...
February .
March
April
May
June
-July
August ...
Septeraber
October . . .
Noveraber.
Deceraber.
1899—Jauuary...
February..
March
April
May
June
July
August ...
September

N o . 4 5 . — 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
OF

Mouth.
1878—June
July
August...
Septeraber
October..Noveraber
December.
1879—Jauuary..
February.
March
April
May
Juue
July
August...
Septeraber
October...
Noveraber
' Deceraber.
1880—January . .
Februa'ry.
March
April
May
June
July
August...
Septeraber
October...
iNoveiuber
Deceraber.
1881—January..
February.
March
April
May
Juiie
July
August...




EACH

MONTH,

FROM

Gold coin.

JUNE,

1878.

Silverdollars.

$84, 739, 774
83, 834,116
83, 638,275
85, 264, 111
85,171,214
86, 225, 072
96, 262, 850
100, 442, 571
103, 581,169
106,167, 494
107,433.441
107, 733, 920
n o , 505, 362
112,540, 956
115, 299, 698
117, 049, 732
136,446, 818
167, 253, 930
178, 749, 927
185,834,585
195,503,715
200,384,423
208,103, 774
220, 609, 801
225, 695, 779
231, 328, 438
238, 261, 719
251,893,684
264,930,185
266, 059, 685
279, 458, 994
288, 797, 802273.041, 291
281, 851, 803
302, 895, 033
312, 577, 341
315,312,877
326,418, 554
319, 290, 055

Fractional
s i l v e r coin.

$64,918, 322
$855,143
65, 071,757
870, 26466,045, 378
2,155, 651
66,752, 713
4, 057, 295
4.884,929
66, 946, 081
67, 631, 975
5, 595, 331
67,982, 601
5, 790, 721
68,243,553
6,681,293
68.481,108
7,181, 983
68,704,010
7, 216, 056
7, 461, 387
68, 882, 852
7,304. 905
69, 063, 799
67, 346,584
7, 653, 649
63, 735, 909
8, 299,199
61, 448, 641
9, 559, 586
60,088,746
11, 074,230
59, 364, 759
12, 883, 566
58, 905, 958
14, 865, 993
58, 674,498
16, 887,586
57, 569, 007
17, 544, 039
56,812,196
17, 833,957
56, 219, 384
18, 375, 908
55, 659, 216
19, 044, 577
55, 067,488
18, 945, 060
54,511, 788
19, 309, 435
53, 988, 622
19,821,959
20, 772, 687
53, 913, 429
22,914,075
54,368, 542
25, 763, 291
54, 641, 043
27, 750, 297
54, 719, 069
29, 262, 487
54, 705, 608
29, 517, 903
54, 085, 816
29,120, 545
53,865, 739
29,183,347
53,496, 971
28,614,679
53, 389, 316
28,441,232
53,143, 038
52,839, 364
28, 827, 983
52,820, 033
29, 376,403
53,101,173
29,974, 361

Total silver.
$65, 773,465
65, 942, 021
68, 201, 029
70, 810. 008
71,831,010
73, 227, 306
73, 773, 322
74, 924, 846
75, 663, 091
75, 920, 066
76, 344, 239
76, 368, 704
75, 000, 233
72, 035,108
71, 008, 227
71,162,976"
72, 248,325
73,771, 951
75, 562, 084
75,113, 046
74, 646,153
74, 595, 292
74, 703,793
74, 012, 548
73, 821, 223
73.810.581
74, 686,116
77, 282, 617
80, 404, 334
82, 469, 366
83, 968, 095
83, 603, 719
82, 986, 284
82, 680, 318
82, 003, 995
81, 584, 270
81, 667, 347
82,196, 436
83,075,534

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N o . 4 5 . — E S T I M A T E D AMOUNT O F GOLD AND SILVER I N CIRCULATION AT T H E END
OF EACH MONTH, FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.
Month.
1881—Septeraber
October...
•Noveraber
Deceraber.
1882—January . .
February.
March . 1..
April
.
May
June
July
August.. September
October...
Noveraber
December.
1883—January..
February.
March
April
May
June
July
Auguiat...
September
October...
November
Deceraber.
1884—January . .
February.
March
April
May
June
July
August...
Septeraber
October...
November
December.
1885—January..
February.
March
April
May
June
July
August...
September
October...
November
Deceraber.
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




Gold coin.
$327 143,
338 840
338 774
349 209
359 912
346 752,
353 870
365 674
355 880,
358 251
359 573
356 622,
356 580
355 731
355 945
353 166
355 n5
352 803,
351 159
350 823,
347 134,
344 653,
342 038,
344 236,
346 067,
348 648
347 657,
347 093,
346 418,
345 112
346 353,
344 813,
340 673
340 624,
339 167,
339 887,
339 949,
339 657,
340 636,
341 142,
341 660,
341 133,
342 727,
342 712,
342 763,
341 668,
340 612,
342 120,
345 985,
349 085,
355 181,
359 629,
362 757,
361 683,
362 273,
361 410,
360 443,
357 936,
359 074,
364 667,
364 720,
368 190,
372 072,
372 290,
371 729,
371 792,
373 208,
375 241,
377 794,
376 419,
377 350,
381 550,
391 090,
392 585,
396 450,
399 361,
398 661,
398 280,
397 745,
398 568,
396 379,

Fractional
Silver dollars. silver coin.
$32, 230,
34,096,
34, 955,
35, 791,
35, 259,
34,842,
34,103
32, 986,
32, 237,
31, 990,
32,463,
32, 563,
33, 801,
35, 914
37, 689,
38, 938,
37, 874
37, 543,
36, 723,
36,189,
36, 006,
35, 34i:
36,623
37, 700,
39,783
40, 684,
41, 301
41, 975,
40, 300,
39, 302,
39, 419,
40,411
40,408,
39, 794:
39, 988,
39,415,
40, 322,
41, 804,
42, 435
43, 059,
41, 315:
40, 686,
39, 998,
39, 666,
39, 264:
38,471,
39, 284:
41, 405,
45, 275.
49,442,
50,191,
52, 541
51,470
51, 339,
51, 258,
52, 505,
52, 908,
52,469,
54,119,
56, 803,
60,018,
61,148,
61, 991,
61,117
58, 539,
57, 340,
56, 8OI:
55,735,
55, 421,
55, 506,
55, 911,
57, 037,
60. 346,
62, 640,
64,261.
64, 222;
61, 926,
60, 597,
59,318,
57, 883,
56,449,

$53 859.
54 216,
54 311,
54 294,
53 718,
53 444,
53 155,
52 932,
52 644,
52 379,
52 318,
52 526,
53 135,
53 856,
54 105,
54 172,
53 603,
53 275,
52 961,
52 803,
52 612,
. 2 474,
5
52 427.
52 190,
52 785,
52 348.
51 616,
50 886,
49 621,
48 670,
47 819,
47 052,
46 359,
45 660,
45 437,
45 548,
45 706,
45 807,
45 984,
45 906,
45,172,
44 802,
44 387,
44 049,
43 272,
43 702,
49 594,
50 235,
51 328,
52,014,
47,069,
47,203,
45 996,
46,209,
46,208,
46,176,
46 138,
46 156,
46 483,
47 118.
48 183,
48 790,
49 290,
49 444.
48 789,
48 638,
48 526,
48 452,
48 495,,
48 570,
48 947,
49 164,
50.414,
51,290,
51,751,
51,968,
51,325,
50 972,
50,767,
50,549,
50 470,

Total silver.
$86 089, 364
88 312. 539
89 266. 361
90 085, 222
88 977, 803
88 287, 057
87 258, 616
85 919, 100
84 881, 834
84 370, 913
84 782, 815
85 090, 343
86 936, 601
89 771. 291
91 794, 884
986
93 no.
91 477, 616
90 819, 420
89 684, 770
88 992, 402
88 619, 516
87 816, 179
107
89 051, 494
89 891, 973
92 568,
93 032, 784
180
92 918. 522
92 862. 972
89 921, 931
87 972, 193
87 239, 407
87 464, 095
86 768, 721
85 455, 943
85 425, 014
84 964, 982
86 028, 639
87 611, 954
88 419, 447
88 965, 800
86 487, 407
85 488, 833
84 386, 749
83 715, 640
82 536, 190
82 174, 327
88 879, 886
91 640, 916
96 603, 746
101 456, 390
97 261, 519
99 745, 854
97 466, 382
97 549, 796
97 466, 887
98 681, 643
99 046. 975
98 625, 161
100 603, 749
103 922, 347
108 202, 706
109 938, 755
111 281, 336
110 562, 688
107 329, 252
105 979, 365
105 328, 379
104 187, 961
103 916, 452
104 076, 052
104 859, 911
106 201, 067
110 761, 676
113 930, 846
116 012, 175
116 191, 970
113 252, 231
111 570, 123
110 086, 050
108 433, 085
106 920,

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N o . 4 5 . — E S T I M A T E D AMOUNT O F GOLD AND S I L V E R I N CIRCULATION AT THE E N D
OF EACH MONTH, FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.

Gold coin.
1888—June
July
August
Septeraber.
October
Noveraber .
Deceraber..
1889—January . . .
February . .
March
April
May
June
July
August
Septeraber.
October —
Noveraber .
December..
1890—January . . .
February..
March
April
May
June
July
August
September.
October
November .
December..
1891—January . . .
February . .
March
April
May
Juue
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
September.
October
November.
December..
1894—January . . .
February..
March
April
May
June
July
August
Septeraber.
October
November.
December..
1895—January . . .
February..,




Silverdollars

$392, 066, 854 $55, 545, 303
378, 606, 804
54, 910,025
376, 347,905
55, 461, 388
377. 329, 864
57, 751, 356
380, 016, 817
59: 691,450
381, 391,086
60, 475,385
379, 834,512
60, 779, 321
380, 116,365
58, 374.861
379, 497,911
57, 431, 904
378, 072, 380
56, 490, 339
377, 407, 308
55 647, 772
376, 962, 858
54, 704,317
376, 055,482
54, 417,967
374, 798, 435
54, 220,255
375, 811, 209
54, 918, 786
375, 947,715
57, 374,100
375, 685,071
59 888,480
374, 769,489
60; 696,637
375, 705,922
61 266,501
374, 937,316
59, 306,637
373. 507,203
58, 372,380
373, 624,488
57, 847,656
374, 310, 922
56, 994,977
375,, 246, 356
56, 348.174
374, 396, 381
56, 166, 356
,
375,
56: 981,268
,114,196
379,, 053,187 58, 506, 674
386,, 939, 723
62 132, 454
4oo; , 378,130 65, 709,564
67: 248, 357
405,,105,897
6' 547,023
,080,597
411,
64, 818, 949
409,, 441. 335
63, 560,553
,
408, 752, 874
62. 921, 010
,468, 850
408,
61, 692,818
,
408, 862, 781
59, 868, 710
406,,661,860
57, 683, 041
408,, 073, 806
58, 163, 879
,
407, 630, 012
58, 558, 697
406,,745, 335
60,
408,, 333, 304
62, 194.175
406,, 770, 367
62, 135, 461
405, 931, 402.
62, 697, 204
407, 999,180
60, 326,191
407, 833, 022
59, 216, 630
407. 813,501
58, 264,520
407, 614,418
57, 471,743
407, 615. 949
57, 554,457
408, 911, 657
56, 096, 925
408, 767,740
57, 799,484
410,,447,360
57, 031,862
411, 154, 411
59, 622, 886
411, 524, 329
569,103
411,, 252,197 61 672,455
62;
410, 367, 863
62, 586, 806
412, 970,960
61 822, 936
411. 688, 068
60, 196, 388
409, 817,138
59, 432, 090
407, 799, 951
58, 557,190
410, 759,520
58, 835, 383
407, 945, 944
57, 053, 489
403, 633, 700
56, 029,743
416, 909, 941
61 223, 989
' 469,
466, 368
58, 654,630
484, 296,109
58, 832, 668
498, 121, 679
58, 725, 818
505, 058,011
57 425, 922
508, 602, 811
55. 869, 589
527, 357,916
54 735, 720
496, 830, 383
53 574,546
496, 101,956
52, 525, 295
497, 894,733
51, 655,121
496, 799,152
51, 952,691
497, 873,990
50, 191, 377
499, 103,577
51 959, 540
497, 407,586
54, 512,484
500, 126. 248
56, 276, 243
500, 181,380
57, 443,670
465, 789,187
57, 449,865
•485, 501. 376
55, 889,090
506, 189,411
54, 873, 630
468, 568,100
649, 360

Fractional
silver coin.
$50, 354. 635
50,476, 380
50, 835. 476
52, 020, 975
52,571,712
52, 914,197
53,234,525
52,440,119
51, 944, 751
51.707,112
51, 622,110
51,460,545
51,476, 834
51, 521,149
51, 860, 309
52, 931, 352
53, 890, 881
54, 393, 786
54.769, 403
54, 202,140
53.950.362
53. 984, 972
53, 804, 039
53. 915, 869
54, 069, 743
54.284.363
54, 948, 886
56, 311, 846
57, 641, 658
58, 272,967
58, 651,154
57,723, 629
57, 345, 638
57, 254. 002
57, 368, 507
57. 853, 226
58, 290, 924
57, 763,464
58, 554, 668
59,664,446
62,105,136
62. 845, 437
62, 776,830
62,415,971
62, 308.717
62,547.654
62, 833, 523
62,736,334
62,386,518
63,346, 937
63, 897.139
64, 916, 209
65, 985, 408
66, 515,135
67,327,267
66. 540, 937
64,021,838
66, 032,175
66, 257,142
66,163, 602
65,400, 268
64,007,129
64,335,238
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, 233, 344
58, 250, 802
58, 446. 869
58, 244, 768
60,242, 999
61, 606. 967
62, 672, 086
61, 710, 429
60,940, 597

Total silver.
$105, 899,938
105, 386.405
106, 296,864
109, 772,331
112, 263 162
113,389, 582
114,013 846
110, 814,980
109, 376,655
108,197, 451
107, 269,
106,164,
105, 894,
105,741
106, 779,
110, 305,
113,779,
115, 090,
116, 035,
113,508,
112, 322,
111,832,
110,799,
no, 264
110,236,
111,265
113,455.
118,444
123, 351
125. 521
126,198
122,542
120, 906,
120,175
119,061
117,721
115, 973,
115, 927,
117,113,
119,858,
124, 240,
125, 542,
125.103,
122, 632,
121, 573,
121, 019,
120, 387,
119,833
119,186.
120, 378
121, 520,
124, 485,
127, 6.57,
129,101,
130,15C:
127, 737,
124,453,
125,589
125, 092
124, 217,
122, 430:
120, 231
125, 989,
122, 932,873
123, 035,625
123, 967,567
123, 724 329
116, 844, 420
114,496,458
113,113,582
111,780,433
109, 896, 941
109, 424, 721
109,210, 342
109, 959, 353
112, 521 on
116, 686,669
119, 056,832
120, 561 176
117, 584,059
115, 589, 957

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N o . 4 5 . - E S T I M A T E D A M O U N T -OF G O L D A N D S I L V E R I N C I R C U L A T I O N A T T H EE N D
OF E A C H

MONTH, FROM

Gold coiu.

Month.

1895-March
April
May
June
July
August...
September
October...
November
December.
1896—Jauuary . .
February.
March.."..
April
M a y ....N..
June
July
August...
Septeraber
October—
Noveraber
Deceraber.
1897—January..
February.
March
April
May
Juue
July
August —
Septeraber
October
Noveraber
Deceraber.
1898—January . .
February .
March..'..
Ayjril
May
Juue
July
August —
Septeraber.
October
Noveraber
Deceraber.
1899—Jauuary . .
February .
March . : . .
April
May
dune
July
August —
September

N o .

STATES

CIRCULATION

Month.
1878—June
July
August...
Septeraber
October...
November.
December.
1879—January . .
February .
March
April
May
June
July
August...




NOTES,

TREASURY

United States
notes.

Fractional
s i l v e r coin.

Total silver.

$59, 873, 046
$113,790,903
59, 653, 010
113,066,719
59,786, 487
112,599,057
60, 219. 718
112, 202, 880
60. 532, 508
112,279,214
60, 090, 158
112,675,001
61,409, 543
116, 556,070
122,186, 851
63, 832, 759
124,176, 832
65, 416, 119
123, 623, 612
64,417, 685
121,016,811
64, 387, 135
63, 744, 061 i 119,260,002
117,763, 055
62,970, 303 !
116,091,869
62, 489, 507 .
114, 074,044
61,356, 627 '
112,175, 803
59, 999, 805
111,663,358
59, 663, 561
59, 699, 467 • 113,145,348
60, 228, 298
116, 741, 476
61,171, 736
119, 362, 538
61,233, 346
119,727,191
62,101, 986 '
120, 683, 805
60, 889, 370
117, 250, 506
60, 709, 595
116, 088, 357
60, 246, 493
114, 753, 812
60,177, 704
113,954,152
60, 306, 988
113, 314, 083
59, 228, 540
111, 229, 742
59,131, 282
110, 787,004
58, 936, 292
112,021,956
61,176, 415
118,322,185
63, 432, 929
123, 629, 707
64, 829, 045
126,109, 806
65, 720, 308
127, 211, 381
64, 955, 943
124, 434,236
64. 270, 811
123,291,715
64, 618, 802
123,181, 399
64,586, 273
123,147, 281
64, 042, 000
121,638,423
121,583, 538
•64,323, 747
63, 994, 457
121, 287, 793
64, 759, 523
122,497, 836
66, 587, 940
127,376, 768
68, 878. 952 • 132,316,207
69,997, 276
133, 977, 609
70, 627, 818
135. 811, 371
69,083. 516
132, 512, 604
69,143, 844
132, 279, 219
69, 496, 609
134, 033, 097
69,784, 194
133,807, 519
70, 044, 980
133,479,197
70, 675, 682
134,057, 433
70,527, 873
133, 686,146
72, 516, 837
137,404 073
74,045, 762
142, 801, 005

$53, 917, 857
53, 413, 709
52, 812, 570
51, 983.162
51,746,706
52, 584, 843
55,146,527
58, 354,092
58, 760,713
59, 205, 927
56, 629, 676
55, 515, 941
54,792, 752
53, 602, 362
52, 717, 417
52,175,998
51, 999, 797
53,445,881
56,513,178
58,190,802
58, 493, 845
58, 581, 819
56, 361,136
55, 378, 762
54,507,319
53,776,448
53, 007, 095
52, 001, 202
51,655, 722
53, 085, 664
57,145, 770
60,196, 778
61,280,761
61,491,073
59, 478, 293
59, 020, 904
58, 562, 597
58, 561, 008
57, 596, 423
57, 259,791
57, 293,336
57,738,313
60, 788, 828
63, 437, 255
63, 980, 333
65,183,553
63,429, 088
63,135,375
64, 536, 488
64, 023, 325
63, 434, 217
63,381,751
63,158, 273
64,887, 236
68, 755,243

NOTES,

AT T H E E N D OF EACH

$274,
269.
268,
273.
272,
273.
277,
275,
265,
270.
276,
269,
272,
282.
276,

1878—Contiuued.

Silverdollars.

$479, 493,899
483, 111, 525
483, 770,430
480, 275,057
485, 778,610
479, 787, 653
469, 884,062
475, 181, 593
480, 252,104
484, 728,547
499, 262, 686
445, 293, 591
445, 912, 256
454, 225, 656
455, 876, 439
456, 128,483
445, 293,944
463, 995,969
478. 771,490
516, 340, 979
516, 729,882
517, 743, 229
515. 468,129
516, 315, 696
517, 125, 757
517, 321, 596
520, 221, 923
519, 146, 675
519, 074, 302
521, 848,563
528, 098, 753
539, 273, 953
544, 494,748
547, 568, 360
551, 584,924
.553, 884, 882
582, 129,742
617, 038,510
649, 571, 881
600, 959,880
645. 246,054
630, 693,166
622, 649, 812
649, 846, 727
658,
667, 986, 513
696, 796,579
702, 987, 400
694, 305. 269
701, 855,942
724, 077, 442
702, 282,177
700, 060,459
672, 256, 384
933,192
561;185

4 6 . — U N I T E D
IN

JUNE,

AND NATIONAL-BANK

MONTH,

FROM

Treasury
notes.

JUNE,

NOTES

1878.

Nationalbank notes.
129.887
307, 825, 871
309, 868, 704
311, 500, 886
314, 750,592
313, 976,518
314, 339, 398
311, 034, 824
314, 803, 251
320, 550,850
320, 680,770
314, 014,961
320, 675,372
322, 056,448
324, 924, 058

Total.
$584,790,782
577,401,028
578, 201, 466
585,132, 562
587, 256, 002
587, 002,130
591, 437. 909
586,691,309
580, 314, 294
591,402,197
596,916,963
583,145, 535
592, 964, 484
604,945, 998
601,007,468

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REPORT ON T H E FINANCES.

N o . 4 6 . — U N I T E D STATES NOTES, 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 END O F E A C H M O N T H , PROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.
Month.
1879—Septeraber.
October
Noveraber .
December..
1880—Januaiy . . .
February ..
March . : . . .
AprO.
May
Juue
July
August.....
Septeraber .
October
November..
December..
1881—January . . .
Februaiy . .
March
April
May
June
July
August....
September .
October
November..
December..
1882—Jauuary . . .
Februai:y...
March
April
May
June
July
August
September..
October
November..
December . .
1883—Jauuary
February...
March
April..'May
June
July
August
September..
October
!N o v e m b e r . .
December . .
1884—January
Februai-y...
March
April
May
Juue
July
August
September..
October
Noveraber..
Deceraber . .
1885—January
February...
March
April
May
June
July
August
September .
October
November..
Decem ber . .
1886—January . . .
February ..,
March
April
May
,




United States
Treasury
notes.
1
notes.
507, 762
309, 158, 449
316, 707, 562
324, 020, 522
322, 38.1', 454
320, 531, 923
322, 600, 935
320, 206, 736
315, 847, 996
313, 660, 457
312, 581, 8i)2
315, 031, 167
319, 532, 40;{
324, 262, 023
327, 106, 079
330, 939, 198
327, 499, 400
324, 474, 415
325, 342, 818
323, 753, 930
319, 758, 711
316, 476, 924
317, 056, 106
317, 360, 147
319, 550, 884
320, 399, 247
320, 279, 938
320, 688, 21G
317, 966, 622
316, 979, 166'
318, 309, 601
318. 053, 192
314; 742, 326
312, 010, 427
311, 711, 426
310, 797,
314, 732, 075
316, 991, 858
316, 089, 820
318, 226, 624
313, 088, 621
313, 936, 779
316, 802, 199
315, 711, 455
313, 209, 393
310, 182, 191
048, 177
889, 370
486, 250
309, 567, 596
309, 806, 979
306, 036, 372
307, 524, 767
304, 872, 827
300, 776, 384
.300, 915, 364
300, 949, 183
307, 497, 175
306, 953, 214
303, 837, 026
305, 156, 462
310. 738, 143
312, 480, 844
314, 181, 333
310, 722. 441
302, 754, 547
297, 997, 194
299, 815, 728
299, 263, 326
296, 633, 907
301, 262, 637
298, 022, 019
291, 551, 360
295, 985, 684
300, 390, 675
303, 949, 373
304, 790, 81G
298, 483, 627'
299, 466,
304, 077, 724
531
436, 242
918

1 NationalI bank notes.
328,434
332, 923,456
336, 285, 797
338, 609, 534
336, 301,464
338, 998, 267
340, 343, 037
338, 950, 535
694,719
800, 651
336, 543,916
339, 322, 041
872, 302
182,172
339, 594, 531
339, 550, 004
337. 508,713
339 097, 583
342: 732. 318
346 058,838
345,, 820, 707
349,,320,733
351, 380,525
353, 176. 365
353 854.240
355. 123,453
356, 953,345
356, 179.777
354. 502, 769
355; 611,439
356, 399, 710
354, 183, 680
351, 606,809
351, 275,317
349, 545,731
352, 546,988
355, 427, 876
355, 409, 283
355, 380. 459
355, 350.769
350, 824, 557
353, 662,570
354, 992,868
352. 203, 939
349, 095, 679
347, 855,146
346, 770, 823
347, 887, 072
346, 710,404
345, 100,240
343. 230,410
340, 993, 531
333, 934,061
333, 736, 000
336, 173,139
332, 266,201
332, 484, 730
329, 882, 621
326, 536.019
324, 517,896
323, 964,981
322, 836,117
320, 254,849
318, 062,338
312, 169, 259
313, 861, 979
313, 584, 455
311, 295,144
307, 183,159
306, 911,370
307, 297,711
307, 875, 599
310, 151, 714
309, 840, 846
310, 973,491
311, 164,536
307, 049,105
309, 039, 918
311, 758,186
309, 430, 872
306, 206, 015

Total.
$627,836,196
642,081,905
652.993, 359
662, 630. 056
658, 682, 918
659, 530,190
662,943, 972
659,157.271
651, 542. 715
650, 461,108
649,125. 808
654, 353, 208
659,404, 705
663,444,195
666, 700, 610
670, 489, 202
665, 008,113
663, 571,998
668, 075,136
669, 812,768
665,579, 418
665, 797, 657
668, 436,631
670, 536, 512
673, 405,124
675, 522, 700
677, 233, 283
676, 867, 993
672, 469, 391
672, 590, 605
674,709,311
672, 236, 872
666, 349,135
663, 285,744
661, 257,157
663,344, 063
670,160, 734
672, 401.103
671, 470, 083
673,577,390
663, 913, 336
667, 598, 769
671, 795, 323
667. 915, 332
662, 304, 870
658, 037, 323
655, 819,193
656, 776,322
656,197, 000
654, 668, 219.
650, 036, 782
648, 030, 298
638, 458, 888
634, 608, 384
636, 949, 503
633,181, 384
640, 433, 905
636, 379,835
630,489. 045
630, 355. 358
634.121,124
635, 574, 961
634, 735.182
628, 243, 779
614,891,806
611,616,173
613, 582,183
611,110,470
603, 447, 066
608, 545, 007
605, 559, 730
598.897, 959
605,703, 398
610, 826, 521
614, 363, 864
616,114, 352
605, 839. 732
608, 523, 642
616,224,717
618,508,114
612, 642.933

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TREASURER.

N o . 4 6 . — 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 END O F EACH MONTH, FROM J U N E , 1878—Continued.

Month.
1886—June
July.
August...
September
October...
November
December.
1887—Jauuary . .
February.
March
April
May
June
July
August...
September
October —
November,
December.
1888—January . .
February.
March
April
May
,
June.......
July
August —
September
October—
Noveraber
Deceraber.,
1889—January . .
February.,
March
April
May
June
July
August...
Septeraber,
October—
Noveraber,
Deceraber.
1890—January..,
February..
March . . . .
April
May
June
July
August —
September
October
Noveraber
Deceraber.
1891—January . . ,
February.,
March
Apri I
,
May
,
June
,
July
August —
Septeraber
October—
November
December.
1892—January..
February.
March.'...
April
May
June
July
August...
S e p t e m ber
October...
November
December.
1893—January..




U n i t e d States]
notes.
562.699
305, 636, 874
299, 906.369
302, 456, 935
308, 573,711
310, 107,828
317, 001,690
313, 677, 334
312, 811,814
318, 386, 078
318, 105,542
315,, 923, 640
317., 897, 219
318,,587,276
318,,393,477
322, , 535, 804
324, , 204, 949
323,, 527, 796
324, , 271, 591
318, ,020.547
313,, 198, 929
313,, 595, 393
307, ,634,402
300, , 522, 816
294, , 282, 812
291,, 650, 276
290, 455, 623
293,,322,053
298. ,287,696
300, , 118. 060
305, ,555.156
303. 319,518
301.,460,505
307, ,179,785
308, , 330,879
302, , 740, 629
300, 344,931
298, , 741, 650
297, 810,081
310, ,235,758
316, 867, 515
321, 721,994
331, 007,091
327, 444,792
326, 857,151
332, 101,359
330, 676, 605
326, ,933,217
323. 046, 826
322, 697,604
327, 287. 306
333, 915,726
334, 417, 753
335, 575, 296
336, 675 385
328. 325,508
328, 004,851
334. 030, 198
332, 184,618
327. 318, 746
323, 714,272
319. 892. 564
317. 696, 436
326, 731, 201
332, 553, 989
333, 364, 309
333, 767, 351
330, 097,313
322, 131.688
323. 904,962
324, 785, 861
318, 453,302
311, .814,840
311, 852, 278
317, 548,420
322, 603,158
332, 080,234
333, 772,877
330, 933.540
319, 694,138

Treasury
notes.

$1,375,900
7,106, 500
11.467.351
17.219,656
21.896, 783
25,101,706
28.871,279
33, 921, 973
37, 020. 254
38,112,280
40,463,165
43, 684, 078
45,748, 350
57, 205. 228
66,473,484
70,983,28o
75. 296,057
76. 038, 319
75. 718, 553
77,605.410
81, 501. 770
87, 068, 672
98,051,657
101,756,301
104,114.086
107, 001, 850
114, 567. 423
118, 877. 559
122, 039. 656
123,927, 346

Nationalbank notes.
$304,476,475
302. 446,129
301.371,095
300, 995, 048
298.116. 544
296. 622. 243
293, 559, 737
288,176.405
285, 792, 236
284,392,226
281,312, 658
278. 055,162
276,554,488
273,146, 207
270, 774,103
269, 782, 937
267,757, 278
266, 558. 514
263,444.420
257, 920,431
256. 097,116
254,673,417
252, 484, 307
248, 878,462
245,149, 720
241, 234, 901
238,466, 870
237, 505, 695
235, 090, 263
232, 945,416
229, 486,146
223, 602, 595
220, 815, 013
217, 974, 354
214,819, 583
210, 583, 650
207,039,352
204, 361,154
201,172,710
199, 684, 081
196, 714,410
195,294, 664
192, 587, 030
188,274,459
187.661,139
186, 337, 406
185, 322, 364
183, 072, 228
181,396,823
179,487,509
178,071,525
176, 982, 404
175,947, 795
174, 912, 067
173. 738, 584
168,983,398
168,452,386
168,119,827
166,171,886
163, 661, 349
161, 922, 040
162.241,992
164, 312, 057
166. 090, 066
166, 445, 763
168.151.853
168, 427, 433
167,176, 607
167, 829, 448
168, 644, 955
168.067, 089
167,427,965
167, 306, 957
166, 595, 935
166,033,118
165, 085.108
165,224,137
167,786, 384
168,361, 365
166,623,083

Total.
$610. 039,174
608, 083,003
601, 277, 464
603,451, 983
606, 690,255
606. 730,071
610, 561,427
601, 853. 739
598, 604, 050
602,778, 304
599,418.200
593, 978, 802
594.451,707
591,733,483
589,167. 580
592, 318, 741
591,962,227
590, 086, 310
587, 716, Oil
575, 940, 978
569, 296, 045
568, 268, 810
560,118,709
549,401, 278
539, 432,532
532,885,177
528, 922, 493
530,827, 748
. 533, 377, 959
533, 063, 476
535, 041, 302
526. 922,113
522, 275,518
525,154,139
523,150,462
513,324,279
507,384,283
503,102, 804
498,982, 791
509, 919,839
513, 581, 925
517, 016, 658
523, 594,121
515, 719, 251
514,518, 290
518,438,765
515, 998,969
510, 005,445
504,443,649
502,185,113
506,734, 731
518,004,630
521, 832, 899
527, 707, 019
532, 310, 752
522, 410, 612
525, 328, 516
536,071,998
535, 376, 758
529. 092,375
526,099,4r?
525. 818, 634
527,756, 843
550, 026. 495
565,473, 236
572.499, 448
577. 490, 841
573, 312, 239
565, 679, 689
570,155.327
574.354,720
572, 949, 939
577,173, 454
580, 204,514
587, 695, 624
594, 690.116
611. 871, 794
620, 436, 820
621,334,561
610, 244, 567

126

REPORT ON THE FINANCES.

N o . 4 6 . — U N I T E D STATES N O T E S , TREASURY NOTES, AND NATIONAL-BANK N O T E S
IN CIRCULATION AT T H E E N D OF EACH M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878—Contin-ued.

Month.
1893—February . .
March
April
May
June
July
August
Septeraber.
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
Septeraber.
October
November .
December-1896—January . . .
February..
March.....
AprU
June
July
August
September.
October
Noveraber .
December..
1897—Jauuary . . .
February..
March
AprU
May
June
July
August
September.
October
November .
Deoember .
1898—January . . i
'k
February..
March
April
May
June
July
August
September.
October
NTovember .
December..
1899—January . . .
February. March
April
May
June
July
August
September.




United States
notes.

Treasury
notes.

Nationalb a n k notes.

Total.

$314,174,742 $126, 447, 613 $169, 844, 260 $610,466, 615
316, 793, 314
128, 956, 781 172, 267, 433
618, 017, 528
319, 807,117
620,356, 535
128, 779,103 171, 770, 315
319, 022, 323
623, 448, 305
132, 505,183 171, 920, 799
174, 731,139
320,875, 683
140,661,694
636, 268, 516
324, 394, 404
143, 774,138 180,134, 997
648, 303, 539
331,638,060
145, 420, 209 195, 822, 781
672, 881, 050
332, 228,906
148, 824,199 200, 875,098
681, 928, 203
321, 892, 028
150, 818, 582 197,745, 227
670,455, 837
311,268,672
658,178. 636
150, 770, 406 196,139, 558
302,541,814
650, 688, 297
151, 965, 267 196,181, 216
299, 378, 826
150, 755, 402 193,335, 220
643, 469,448
293, 610, 528
141, 038, 766 194, 839, 041
629, 488, 335
290, 591, 356
141, 316, 855 197.116, 886
629, 025, 097
284,443, 688
141,026,114
624; 552, 395
199, 082,593
140, 074, 690 199,724, 021
610, 388, 800
270, 590, 089
134, 862, 009 200,754, 351
268, 772, 371
604, 388. 731
264, 564, 225
129, 918, 527 202, 643, 601
597.126, 353
263, 775,103 124, 552, 440 202, 025, 053
590, 352, 596
267, 283, 481 121,495, 374 202, 546,710
591, 325, 565
280, 474, 705 122, 715, 396 202, 594, 902
605, 785, 003
276,910,489
124, 574, 906 202, 517, 054
604, 002, 449
589, 061, 377
264, 761, 858 122, 453, 781 201, 845, 738
573,143, 964
256, 999, 343 117,180, 225 198, 964, 396
261, 988, 258 114, 249, 700 199, 889, 358
576.127, 316
256, 935, 759 121, 457, 600 203, 091, 318
581, 484, 677
267, 393, 905 121, 840, 500 204,760, 225
593, 994, 630
266, 938,032 117, 954, 807 206, 579, 490
591,472, 329
265,109,456
588,135, 710
115, 978, 708 207, 047, 546
591, 083, 265
271, 349, 327 114, 004, 381 205, 729, 557
247,536, 753 109,436, 662 204, 738, 609
561, 712, 024
240, 364, 416 107,035,426
206, 833,159
554,233,001
238, 986, 280 114,526,669
207, 364, 028
560,876,977
234,912,497
557,741, 671
115, 260, 322 .207, 568,852
230, 855, 873 115,726, 769 206, 653, 836
553, 236, 478
245, 745, 840 110,221,185
203, 086, 897
559, 053, 922
240, 458, 573 106,074, 550 208, 551, 379
555,084, 502
232, 288,482 103,728,966
214, 205, 029
550,222,477
237, 349, 381 ICO, 921, 025 216, 602,179
554, 872, 585
225, 562,755
98, 080, 506 215, 285, 550
538, 928, 811
225, 451,358
95, 217. 361 215,331, 927
536, 000, 646
237, 410, 538
545,455,690
93, 948.532 214, 096, 620
231, 964,734
91, 262, 524 215,798, 526
539, 025, 784
249, 547, 300
88, 964, 047 220, 804, 863
559, 316, 210
256,950,326
83,959, 764 222, 002, 576
562, 912, 666
274, 705, 483
80, .147, 901 222, 335,419
577.188, 803
261,367,758
84,171, 221 221, 384,148
566, 923.127
268, 486, 236
568, 985, 891
82, 733, 382 217, 766,273
260, 734, 616
565, 511,580
85, 546, 621 219, 230, 343
248,513, 640
561,178, 633
00,244,810
222,420,183
247,738,136
564, 203, 697
92, 253, 627 224, 211, 934
248, 848, 703
86. 641, 406 224, 766,143
560, 256, 252
248, 583. 578
558, 899, 542
83, 905,197 226,410, 767
252, 389, 952
559,109, 304
81, 563, 887 225,155, 465
254, 432, 314
83,145, 312 226, 075,827
563, 653, 4.53
251,795,544
568, 075, 742
89, 816, 063 226,464,135
258, 996, 998 101. 759, 955 225,134, 263
585,891,216
262,183, 000 104. 676. 398 224, 956, 210
591, 815, 608
262, 480, 927 103,443, 936 223, 827, 755
589, 752, 618
273,722,410
100, 797, 666 220,366, 293
594, 886, 369
264,164,186
98, 464, 430 221, 413, 230
584, 041, 846
267,305, 587
588,757, 407
99, 709, 432 221,742,388
288, 048, 318
611,022, 078
99. 588, 970 223,384, 790
615, 039,478
290, 202, 987 100. 226,855 224, 609, 636
608, 367, 612
286, 572,329
223,129, 703
98, 665, 580
278, 084,187
95,735,553
222, 056, 642
595, 876, 382
272, 395,581
94, 920, 654 222. 845, 926
590,162,161
291, 660,165
96, 704, 283 231, 750, 720
620,115,168
306. 301, 620
96, 569, 780 234, 969, 964
637, 841, 364
311,736,046
95, 781, 482 238,109, 059
645, 626. 587
312, 415, 738
94,942, 741 238,337,729
645, 696, 208
309,643,158
93, 993, 753 237, 576, 019
641, 212, 930
308, 305. 398
94, 204,459 239, 275, 723
641,785, 580
94, 075, 701 240,261,430
310, 519,117
644, 856, 248
93, 559, 041 238, 877, 207
312, 057,405
644,493, 653
93,101,782
311, 095,424
238.117, 598
642, 314, 804
92, 605, 792 237,832, 594
310, 547, 349
640,985,735
92,158,538
238, 048, 960
641, 537, 490
311, 329, 994
91,650,632
238, 521,489
640, 302,542
310,130, 421
89, 957,175 239,731, 781
644, 643,556
314,954, 600

127

TREASURER.

N o . 4L7.—GOLD CERTIFICATES, S I L V E R CERTIFICATES, AND CURRENCY C E R T I F I CATES IN CIRCULATION AT T H E END OF EACH M O N T H , FROM J U N E , 1878.

Month.
1878—June
July
August...
September
October...
November
December.
1879—Jauuary . .
February.
March
April
May
June
July
August...
September
October...
Noveraber
December.
1880—January . .
February.
March
April
May
June
July
August...
September
October...
November
Deceraber.
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—Jauuary . .
February.
March
April
May
June
July
• August...
Septeraber
October...
Noveraber
December.
1884—January . .
February.
March
April
May
June
July
August...
Septeraber
October...
Noveraber
Deceraber.
1885—Jauuary . .
February .




Gold
certificates.
$24 897,
,680
!,980
23 852,
1,180
222,
17
;,680
23 433,
i,480
22 906,
,780
24 117,
1,280
21 189,
1,680
17 082,
1,280
16 379,
,960
16 253,
,460
15 710,
1,120
15 380,
1,820
15,279,
;,900
15 196,
;,700
15 008,
1,200
14,843,
,600
14 377,
195,
13, ',460
;,140
11 596,
1,000
10 350,
i,300
9,755,
,000
244,
8
i,800
8 056,
,300
8 010,
,900
7 963, 000
:,
7 852,
,100
7,661,
MOO
7,480,
,700
7,447,
,380
7,381,
!,380
6 528,
, ,400
6 491,
1,400
6 229,
i,90C
6 028,
, ,200
5,961,
,280
5,876, 520
5,759.
,120
5,748,
,120
5 397,
,320
5,239,
,220
5 20.4,
1,620
5 199,
;,120
5 188,
1,220
5 180,
,320
5 172,
.,920
5 166,
,120
5 071,
1,920
5 052,
1,020
5 029,
i,440
5 016,
!,040
4 992,
',440
,
4 907, 270
i,270
11 370,
,810
19 458,
1,640
39 514,
,470
47 669,
,510
42 554,
!,200
444,
43
,940
48 398,
,370
59 591,
,600
59 807,
,540
60 068,
,940
54 547,
i,180
55 014,
,620
52 076,
,140
58 897,
;,620
63 585,
,430
77 462,
,,150
77 843,
1,805
68 812,
S480
56 700,
\
59 125, 640
,490
71 146,
,940
91 491,
,660
017,
92
,570
87 389,
865,
87
:,290
93 374,
,420
93 287,
,380
111 980,
i,
112 683, 290

Silver
certificates.

Currency
certificates.

$7,1080 $46, 245,
,000
,000
959,1690
51,120,
sOOO
1,709,:
,280
47, 815,
1,000
711,1600
39, 545,
,000
68,' 790
35, 660,
,000
366,,060
(
35, 070,
^000
413,; 360
33,190,
,000
400,; 340
40,445,
>,000
331,;
,860
36, 675,
,000
251,'
,700
25,145,
1,000
197,1680
30, 905,
.000
444, 140
25, 880.
,000
414, 480
29, 355,
1,000
771,: 170
40, 250,
,000
1, 304,;
,890
34, 375,
,000
1,176,'720
29,240,
,000
1, 604,;
,371
20,195,
,000
I, 894,'
,722 . 13,585,
1,000
3, 824,;
,252
10, 090,
,000
3,989,,454
12, 685,
i,000
4,572,,606
(
11, 095,
6, 017,1
,006
8, 320,
sOOO
6, 615,:366
8, 985, coo
',
6,051, 539
12, 650,
,000
5, 789,,569
i
14. 235,
',000
6, 930,1
15,075,
959
i,000
7, 619,:219
11, 205,
,000
12, 203,:191
9, 885,
,000
19,780,:241
8,625,
,000
26, 504,1986
8, 450,
,000
36,127,'711
6,980,
1,000
36, 814, (637
8, 630,
,000
7,640,
37, 027,'797
,000
6, 565,
39, 445,;815
.,000
8,255, 000
39,157,!932
,
10, 860,
38,784,1540
,000
11, 650,
39,110,'729
,000
,892
10,525,
40, 802,1
1,000
9,450,
46, 061,1878
1,000
,180
8,105,
52, 590,:
,000
,770
8, 275,
58, 838,'
,000
,950
8,990,
59, 573,'
^000
,320
9, 540,
62, 315,;
,000
,540
11, 330,
61, 537,1
,000
11,4451,000
60,125,,010
(
,440
10,9251,000
59,423,'
58, 908, i570
10,990 ,000
,060
57, 227,1
,000
12, 065,
54, 506,,090
(
13,245 ,000
54, 757,'
,720
1,000
12, 220
57, 739,,880
i
,000
11,815,
63,204,'
,000
10. 540,
,780
65, 620,'
,
,450
9, 835, 000.
67. 342,,690
(
,000
9,835,
68,443,'
,000
,660
9, 575,
68,438,1
,000
,820
12, 430,
68,027,,420
11,130 ,000
70,759,!
,000
,991
9,465,
71,884,,071
(
,000
10, 050,
1,000
71, 727,,391
11, 790,
72, 620,,686
(
13, 060,000
,000
73, 728,,681
(
12, 885,
,000
75, 375,:
,161
12, 055,
',000
78, 921,!
,961
11, 870,
,000
85, 334,:
,381
12, 545,
',000
87. 976,:
,201
14, 365,
',000
93, 717,'
,721
14,480,
,000
96, 958,,031
<
16, 835,
i,000
96, 247,'
,721
18,125,
,000
95, 919,1
,576
14, 955,
,000
95,497,!
14,920,
,981
,000
97, 363,'
,471
11, 030,
,,000
12,190,
96,427,1
,011
',000
95,138,;361
13,165,
1,000
94, 228,,691
<
14, 270,
1,000
96,491,!
,251
15, 630,
,000
17,770,
100, 741,1
,561
,000
104, 988,1
,531
•22,575,
,000
114, 865,!
24, 760,
,911
,000
113, 858,!
30. 085,
,811
1,000
I l l , 467,!
30, 200,
,951

Total.
$71,149,760
75, 932, 670
66,746,460
63, 690,280
58, 635, 270
59,553,840
54, 792, 640
57, 928, 020
53, 386,140
41, 650, 660
46, 813,140
41, 704, 260
45, 049, 300
56, 218, 070
50, 688, 590
45, 259, 920
36,176, 971
28, 675,182
25, 510, 392
27,024,454
25,422, 906
22,581,006
23,657,166
26, 711, 839
27, 988, 469
29, 857, 959
26, 485. 319
29, 568, 291
35,852,941
42, 336, 366
49, 636,091
51, 936, 037
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
73,763, 570
77, 043,440
78, 047, 760
76,742, 330
75, 515, 360
74, 969, 690
74, 344,980
72,780, n o
71, 994,160
74, 546, 920
78, 652, 220
86, 825, 720
96, 635, 960
117, 533, 470
128,538,460
121, 711, 890
123, 669, 501
130. 332, 271
143,109, 331
145, 488, 056
146, 682, 281
141, 977, 701
145, 806, 901
149, 955, 561
161, 238, 821
174. 782, 861
191, 255, 651
192, 216,151
179, 686, 726
167,118,786
167,518, 951
179,763, 651
199, 794, 851
200,516, 631
199,510,911
206, 377,131
220, 937,821
232, 913,331
255,924,191
254,351,241

128

REPORT ON THE FINANCES.

N o . 4 ^ . — G O L D CERTIFICATES, 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 , PROM J U N E , 1878—Cont^d.
Month.
1885—March
April
May
June
July
August...
September
October...
Noveraber
Deceraber.
1886—January..
February.
March
April
May
Juue
July
August...
Septeraber
October—
Noveraber
Deceraber.
1887—January . .
February .
March
April
May
June
July
August...
Septeinber
October...
Noveraber
December.
1888—January . .
February.
March.:..
April
May
June
July
August —
September
October—
November
December.
1889—January..
February.
March
April
May
June
July
August —
Septeraber
October—
Noveraber
Deceraber.,
1890—January . .
February.
March
April
May
June
,
July..
August
September
October...
November ,
December.,
189.1—January . . .
February.,
March
April
May
June
July
August
Septeraber.
October
Noveraber.
December..




Gold
certificates,

Silver
certificates,

Currency
certificates.

Total.

$115, 647, 540 $112, 500, 226 $26, 210, 000 $254, 357, 766
125, 234,800
109,443, 946
25, 400, 000
260, 078, 746
128, 553,010
26,925, 000
260, 563,196
105, 085,186
126, 729,730
29,585, 000
257,845, 676
101,530, 946
123, 289,000
31,420.000
253, 581,106
98,872,106
123, 885, 490
30, 865, 000
250, 829, 786
96,079, 296
118, 137, 790
23,185, 000
234, 979,506
93, 656, 716
109, 020,760
18,145, 000
220, 312, 532
93,146,772
105, 554, 092
215, 811, 734
92,702, 642
17, 555, 000
105, 359, 601
212, 329, 066
93,179, 465
13,790, 000
115, 284, 951
89,761, 609
14,590, 000
219, 636, 560
105, 637,050
14,920,000
88, 390, 816
208, 947. 866
90, 775, 643
192, 823, 064
90,122, 421 '11,925,000
84, 715, 225
90,733,141
11,515,000
186, 963, 366
80, 120, 025
89,184,129
13,955,000
183,259,154
76, 044, 375
88,116, 225
182, 410, 600
18, 250, 000
74, 718, 517
87, 564, 044
181, 387,561
19,105, 000
77, 698, 347
89,021,760
177, 915,107
11,195,000
84; 691, 807
95,387,112
7,705, 000
187, 783,919
88, 294, 969 100,306, 800
7,140,000
195,741, 769
90, 520, 633 105,519,817
7,025,000
203, 065, 450
97, 215, 605 117,246, 670
6, 510, 000
220, 972, 275
105, 665,107
8, 720, 000
118, 315,714
232, 700, 821
99, 958, 365 121,130,755
8,180, 000
229, 269,120
94, 046, 015 131,930,489
7,135,000
233, 111, 504
94, 434,485
8, 350, 000
137, 740, 430
240, 524, 915
90, 960,977
8, 990,000
139,143, 328
239,094, 305
91, 225,437
8, 770, 000
142,118, 017
242,113,454
94, 990, 087 144,166,141
8,460, 000
247, 616, 228
88, 765,340
7,130,000
243, 771,725
147,876, 385
97, 984, 683 154, 354, 826
258,874, 509
6, 535, 000
99, 684,773
267,613,730
160, 713, 957
7, 215, 000
265, 765, 027
780, 753 168,149,274
6, 835, CCO
280, 574, 480
734, 057 176, 855,423
6, 985, 000
294, 820, 024
104, 853,971
179, 321,053
10, 645, 000
292, 365.^572
96, 697,913
184,452, 659
11, 215, 000
292, 395, 394
91, 953,949
191, 526,445
8, 915, 000
304, 543, 225
99, 561, 293 194,426, 932
10,555,000
318, 457,135
109, 581, 730 196, 645, 405
12, 230, 000
334,689,746
119, 887,37,0
200, 387, 376
14,415,000
350, 844, 791
131, 959,112
203, 680, 679
15, 205, 000
349, 054, 360
124, 750, 394 209, 658,966
14, 645, 000
366,129, 791
134, 838,190
21.8, 561, 601
12, 730, 000
381, 976,810
140, 613, 658 229,783,152
II, 580, 000
378, 040; 017'
129, 264, 228 237,415, 789
11, 360, 000
377, 358, 447
120, 888, 448 246, 219, 999
10, 250, 000
390, 239, 030
130, 986,592
245, 337,438
13, 915, 000
392,