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APPENDIX.

Statement of the receipts and expenditures of the United States for the

quarter ending September 30, 1869.

RECEIPTS. Customs

$52, 598, 921 86 Lands...

893, 864 08 Internal revenue.

47,926, 352 51 Miscellaneous

7,412, 483 57 Total receipts, exclusive of loans, &c....

108, 831, 622 02

LOANS, ETC. Six per cent. 20 year bonds, act July 17, 1861.

$200 00 United States notes, act February 25, 1862..

17,662, 362 00 Fractional currency, act March 3, 1863..

4, 167, 300 00 Certificates of gold coin deposits, act March 3, 1863.... 19,495, 020 00 Six per cent. 5-20 year bonds, act March 3, 1865.

6, 100 00 Three per cent. certificates, act March 2, 1867.

135, 000 00

41, 465, 982 00 Total receipts...

150, 297, 604 02 EXPENDITURES. Civil, foreign intercourse, and miscellaneous.. $15, 102, 202 05 Interior, (Pensions and Indians)...

13,547, 942 79 War..

13,595, 468 05 Navy

5,782, 630 96 Interest on the public debt

37, 452, 270 74

$85, 480, 514 59 Premium on purchase of bonds on account sinking fund. 1,308, 028 03 Premium on purchase of bonds awaiting action Congress. 6,450, 970 92 Sinking fund, interest account.....

212, 254 06 Special bond purchase, interest account...

351,538 76 Purchase of bonds on account of sinking fund... 7,000,000 00 Special purchase of bonds awaiting action of Congress.. 34,000,000 00

49,322, 791 77 Total expenditures, exclusive of principal of public debt........ 134,803, 306 36

PRINCIPAL OF PUBLIC DEBT.
Redemption of bounty-land stock, act February 11, 1847. $100 00
Redemption of United States stock, loan of 1847

16, 500 00 Redemption of United States stock, loan of 1848..

21,300 00 Redemption of Texan indemnity stock, act Sept. 9, 1850.. 10, 000 00 Redemption of treasury notes, act March 2, 1861..

350 00 Redemption of 716 3-year coupon bonds, act July 17, 1861 1,050 00 Redemption of treasury notes, act July 17, 1861.

9, 095 75 Redemption of treasury notes, act February 25, 1862. 17,662, 362 00 Reimbursement of temporary loan, act February 25, 1862. 3,500 00 Redemption of fractional currency, act March 3, 1863... 3,356, 842 90 Redemption of 1 year five per cent. interest-bearing treasury notes, act March 3, 1863...

15,750 00 Redomption of 2 years five per cent. interest-bearing treasury notes, act of March 3, 1863.

9,700 00 Redemption of gold certificates, act March 3, 1863. 27,769,540 00 Redemption of 3 years six per cent. compound interest notes, act March 3, 1863...

250, 640 00 Redemption of 3 years 736 coupon treasury notes, acts of June 30, 1864, and March 3, 1865....

323, 050 00 Redemption of three per cent. certificates of deposit, act March 2, 1867....

1,710,000 00

51, 159, 780 65 185, 963, 087 01

JOHN ALLISON, Register.

TREASURY DEPARTMENT,

Register's Office, November 9, 1969.

Statement of the receipts and expenditures of the United States for the fiscal

year ending June 30, 1869, agreeably to warrants issued.

So....

The receipts into the treasury were as follows:

From customs, viz:
During the quarter ending September 30, 1868........ $49, 676, 594 67
During the quarter ending December 31, 1868.... 36, 960, 462 76
During the quarter ending March 31, 1869....... 49, 389, 534 43
During the quarter ending June 30, 1869..... 44, 021, 834 77

$180,048, 426 63
From sales of public lands, viz:
During the quarter ending September 30, 1868........ $714, 895 03
During the quarter ending December 31, 1868.

796, 195 03 During the quarter ending March 31, 1869.

1, 234, 819 75 During the quarter ending June 30, 1869.

1, 274, 434 53

4,020, 344 34 From direct tax, viz: During the quarter ending September 30, 1868..

$15, 536 02 During the quarter ending December 31, 1868..

746, 937 66 During the quarter ending March 31, 1869...

3,211 93 During the quarter ending June 30, 1869.....

765,685 16 From internal revenue, viz: During the quarter ending September 30, 1868........ $38, 735, 863 08 During the quarter ending December 31, 1868.... ... 30, 433, 386 59 During the quarter ending March 31, 1869...

32, 599, 537 48 During the quarter ending June 30, 1869............. 56,587, 673 71

158, 356, 460 86 From incidental and miscellaneous sources, viz: During the quarter ending September 30, 1868........ $6, 249, 979 97 During the quarter ending December 31, 1868........ 7,832, 219 08 During the quarter ending March 31, 1869. .......... 5, 706, 954 76 During the quarter ending June 30, 1869.....

7,963, 675 96

27,752, 829 77 Total receipts, exclusive of loans. ........

370,943, 747 21 From loans, &c., viz: From six per cent. 20 year bonds, per act July 17, 1861 i...

$12, 150 00 From United States legal tender notes, per act February 25, 1862.......

57, 947,521 80 From six per cent. 20 year bonds, per act March 3, 1863, (loan of 1881)................

537, 473 94 From fractional currency, per act March 3, 1863...... 23, 709, 131 65 From certificates of gold coin deposits, per act March 3, 1863...........

80,663, 160 00 From six per cent. 5-20 year bonds, per act June 30, 1864 ...........

52,645 75 From five per cent. 10-40 year bonds, per act June 30, 1864 .............. .....................

2, 114 99 From 7% 3 year coupon bonds, per acts June 30, 1864, and March 3, 1865.......

300, 932 93 From six per cent. 5-20 year bonds, per act March 3, 1865........

............................................ 40, 847, 950 00 From three per cent. certificates, per act March 2, 1867.. 34, 605, 000 00

238, 678,081 06 Total receipts......

.............. 609, 621, 828 37 Balance in the treasury July 1, 1868..................$131, 006,532 25 From which deduct unavailable balances in hands of

sundry depositaries, which amounts have been carried to the debits of said depositaries on the books of the Register, and corresponding amounts to credit of Treasurer......

170, 023 56

130,836, 508 69 Total means...........

740, 458, 336 96

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$3,041, 938 77
6,098,818 36
2,357, 661 94

314, 625 07
272, 614 27

96,596 08 137, 830 45

123, 627 13

$12, 443, 712 07

$312, 390 13
405, 671 13
24, 368 77
3,521 77

3,733 10

The expenditures of the year were as follows:

Civil:
For Congress, including books...
For Executive...
For judiciary.
For governments in the Territories..
For assistant treasurers and their clerks.
For surveyors general and their clerks....
For supervising and local inspectors, &c..
For officers of the mint and branches, and assay office
in New York....

Total civil list. .....

Foreign intercourse :
For salaries of ministers, &c...
For salaries of consuls general, &c..
For contingent expenses of all missions abroad..
For contingent expenses of foreign intercourse..
For salaries of secretaries and assistant secretaries of

legation ....
For salaries of interpreters, &c., in China, Japan,

Siam, and Smyrna....
For salaries of marshals of consnlar courts in China, &e.
For rent of prisons for American convicts in China, &c.
For office rent for United States consuls, &c...
For blank books for United States consuls, &c...
For bringing home from foreign countries persons

charged with crime.....
For rescuing American citizens from shipwreck.....
For relief and protection of American seamen...
Fer compensation of commissioner and consuls general

at Hayti, Liberia, and Dominica ...
For expenses of carrying into effect habeas corpus act.
For expenses of carrying out convention relative to

Hudson Bay and Agricultural Company....
For capitalization of Scheldt dues.....
For relief of rescuers of steamship San Francisco....
For expenses of Department of State for use of Atlantic

cable...
For carrying ont convention and compensation of

chargé d'affaires at Venezuela...
For consular receipts.......
For miscellaneous items...
For carrying into effect treaty with Russia, (purchase

of Alaska)..

9,716 65 6, 876 86 8,572 71 42,536 70 46, 118 72

6,160 47 5,000 00 58, 147 56 10, 909 04 15,500 00

9,452 79 111, 168 00

7,700 00 60,000 00

7,173 61 11,331 25 13, 417 21

7, 200, 000 00

8,379, 466 47

14,049 70

8, 365, 416 77

Deduct excess of repayments above expenditures on account of “expenses of Universal Exposition at Paris"

Total foreign intercourse...

Miscellaneous :
For mint establishment..
For contingent expenses under act for safe keeping of

the public revenue..
For vanlts, &c., for United States depositories.
For paper, plates, special dies, &c., (office of Comp-

troller of currency)
For survey of the Atlantic and Golf coasts of United

States.....
For survey of the western coast of United States...
For survey of the Florida reefs and keys.....
For publishing observations made in the survey of the

coasts of United States....
For repairs of steamers used in the coast survey.
For pay and rations of engineers, &c., employed on

stearners engaged in the coast survey.

827,057 28
158, 117 82
23, 031 55
39, 700 01

313, 186 36
118, 392 63

2,769 81
7,039 83
28, 000 00
9, 022 09

$69, 972 32 500,000 00

1, 100, 000 00

656, 126 76

56, 250 00

416, 666 67 2,524, 604 23

19,969 19 125, 000 00 1, 851, 314 11

169, 500 00

21, 366 57 450, 168 21

21, 375 25 113, 906 25

For facilitating telegraphic communication between

the Atlantic and Pacific coasts.... For mail service performed for the several depart

ments. ......
For mail service performed for the two houses of

Congress........
For mail transportation overland to California.......
For steamship service between San Francisco and the

Sandwich Islands......
For steamship service between San Francisco and

China and Japan......
For supplying deficiencies in the revenue of the Post

Office Department...................
For preparing, &c., publishing post route, maps......
For steamship service between the United States and

Brazil...........
For expenses incident to carrying into effect acts au-

thorizing loans.......
For detecting and bringing to trial persons engaged in

counterfeiting, &c..... For returns of proceeds of captured and abandoned

property .........
For payment of judgments rendered in the Court of

Claims....
For compensation of messengers carrying electoral vote

for President and Vice-President of the United

States............... ..
For payment to the State of Maine for lands, &c.,

(under treaty of Washington)......
For payment to the State of Massachusetts for lands,

&c., (under treaty of Washington)
For expenses of the Smithsonian Institution.......
For disposition of captured and abandoned property..
For Agricultural Department........
For janitors for the Treasury Department............
For continuation of the Treasury building......
For support and maintenance of light-houses, and in-

cluding building light-houses; for beacon buoys, &c. For building custom-houses and marine hospitals, and

including repairs... For refunding duties under the act extending the

warehousing system.
For debentures or drawbacks, bounties or allowances.
For repayment to importers excess of deposits for un-

ascertained duties..
For debentures and other charges....
For salary of special examiner of drugs.......
For unclaimed merchandise......
For proceeds of sales of goods, wares, &c...
For refunding moneys erroneously covered into the

treasury....
For distributive share of fines, penalties, and for-

feitures .......
For furniture, and repairs of the same for public

buildings....
For marine hospital establishment...
For expenses of collecting the revenue from customs.
For revenue cutter service.........
For expenses of assessment and collection of internal

revenue.............
For allowances or drawbacks on articles on which in-

ternal duty has been paid.......
For refunding duties erroneously or illegally collected.
For detecting and bringing to trial persons guilty of

violating internal revenue laws........
For surveying the public lands, &c...
For repayments for lands erroneously sold...
For rent of surveyors general offices.......
For deposits-of individuals for expenses of survoys.

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$35, 664,932 69

For five per centum to Minnesota.

$2,710 79 For five per centum to Michigan..

10,552 81 For five per centum to Oregon...

1, 857 46 For five per centum to Kansas.

355 97 For five per centum to Wisconsin.

6, 190 08 For five per centum to Nebraska.

16,881 26
For two per centum to Illinois..

1,043 86
For repairs of public buildings and grounds in Wash-
ington

1,084, 091 80
For Capitol Extension and dome...

106, 218 65
For completing the Washington aqueduct....

52, 350 00
For furniture and repairs for the President's house... 49, 990 00
For lighting the Capitol, President's House, &c., with
gas

41, 990 00
For compensation of watchmen, public gardener, &c. 58, 092 17
For salaries, &c., of the Metropolitan police...

193, 807 56
For support and maintenance of convicts transferred
from District of Columbia...

9,998 51
For support and medical treatment of the insane of

the army, navy, revenue service, and District of
Columbia

116, 000 00
For suppression of the slave trade.

13, 391 53
For expenses of packing and distributing public docu-
ments.

8,162 90
For support of sixty transient paupers.

11, 000 00 For relief of sundry individuals.

197, 079 95 For miscellaneous items...

63, 016 96 For Patent Office...

502, 544 37
Total miscellaneous....

Under the direction of the Interior Department:
For the Indian Department..

$6,927,773 48
For pensions, military...

27,968, 361 25 For pensions, naval..

508, 260 53 For reliefs, (Indian Department).

115, 149 58
Total for Interior Department..

Under the direction of the War Department:
For the Pay Department...

$17,919, 175 79
For the Commissary Department..

7,916,795 73 For the Quartermaster's Department.

20, 436, 304 49 For the Ordnance Department..

1, 259, 683 43 For the Engineer's Department..

4,457, 802 77 For the Inspector General, (Military Academy).

127, 880 38 For the Adjutant General..

459, 819 59
For the Surgeon General..

373, 584 65
Refunding to States expenses incurred in raising vol-
unteers

2, 315, 823 39
Reimbursing several States for military expenses. 523, 628 73
Support of Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, &c.. 2,508,431 81
Oregon and Washington volunteers in 1856 and 1857.. 34, 846 67
Suppressing Indian hostilities in Minnesota in 1862... 106, 845 18
Payment to Colorado for militia in 1864..

35,519,5444

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55, 238 84 Bounty under act of 28th July, 1866..

19,729, 350 00 Horses and other property lost in the military service. 232, 364 65 For the Secretary's office, (army expenditures).

36, 852 53 For relief of sundry individuals..

7,561 98 Total for War Department.....

Under the direction of the Navy Department: For the Secretary's Bureau, pay of the Navy

$8,525, 952 84 For the Secretary's Bureau, Marine Corps..

1, 191, 297 23 For the Secretary's Bureau, miscellaneous.

145, 624 15 For the Burean of Yards and Docks..

1, 267, 557 84 For the Bureau of Equipment and Recruiting.

1,588, 901 74 For the Bureau of Navigation..

670, 68 29 For the Bureau of Ordnance....

476, 391 27 For the Bureau of Construction and Repair.

3, 338, 548 37 For the Bureau of Steam Engineering...

2,004,495 76

78,501, 990 61

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