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AN INTERESTING DOCUMENT

SHOWING THE ITEMS OF RECEIPT AND EXPENDITURE IN THE FEDERAL

OFFICES, ETC., FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1891.

(From the report of the First Auditor.)

RECEIPTS.

Accounts adjusted. Dutios on merchandise and tonnage.

$198,599,088.42 Fines, penalties, and forfeitures

132,169.05 Marine hospital money collected.

5,970.69 Immigration fees...

275,021.95 Money received on account of deceased passengers

860.00 Money received from sale of old material, public documents, etc

158,617.48 Miscellaneous receipts..

750,432.98 Treasurer of the United States for moneys received.

666,965,384.93 Mint and assay offices ..

113,154,195.88 Accounts of the collector of taxes for the District of Columbia for taxes collected by him and deposited .

4,950,971.95 Fees for copyrights

24,788.86 Quarantine stations.

109.00 Total....

$985,017.611.19

DISBURSEMENTS.

LEGISLATIVE.

UNITED STATES SENATE.

Compensation of President of the Senate
Salaries and mileage of Senators
Salaries, officers and employees..
Contingent expenses:

$8,000.00 464,120.24 436,967.38

Stationery and newspapers..
Horses and wagons
Fuel for heating apparatus
Furniture and repairs
Folding documents
Materials for folding
Packing-boxes ...
Expenses of Special and Select Committees.
Miscellaneous items
Salaries of Capitol police..
Reporting proceedings and debates
Compiling Congressional Directory.
Postage...
One month's extra pay to officers and employees.
Furniture, cleaning
Cleaning and sewing carpets...
Payment to Hons. W. F. Sanders and Thomas C. Power.
Payment to heirs of Hon. James B. Beck.
Payment to W. B. Clarke, Senate.
Payment to Martin Maginnis and William A. Clark
Payment to Ex-Senator George E. Spencer.
Payment to Ex-Senator F. A. Sawyer...
Payment to widow of Hon. E. K. Wilson
Payment to Charles H. Evans ..
Reimbursement to official reporter.

17,799.97

8,685.26 13,162.15 14,524.50 12,884.94 9,992.90 1,494.99 19,128.74 62,924.90 36,599.96 25,000.00 1,200.00

380.00 41,102.15

535.86

243.27 2,453.00 5,000.00

280.00 10,000.00 6,543.38 6,543.38 5,000.00

500.00 5,000.00 33,615.32

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

$1,964,915.74

903,365.27

Salaries and mileage of members and delegates
Salaries, officers and employees...
Contingent expenses:

Stationery and newspapers.
Fuel for heating apparatus
Furniture and repairs
Material for folding
Miscellaneous items.
Packing boxes....
Postage...
Payment to widow of Hon. James N. Burnes
Payment to widow of Hon. W. D. Kelley
Payment to Hon. George A. Matthews
Payment to widow of Hon. Samuel J. Randall
Payment to widow of Hon. R. W. Townsend.
Payment to widow of Hon. S. S. Cox
Payment to estate of Hon. James Laird.
Payment to widow of Hon. E. J. Gay.
Payment to widow of Hon. David Wilbur
Payment to widow of Hon. James P. Walker
Payment to Henry H. Smith.
Payment to John H. Rogers
Payment to George W. Rae..
Payment to William W. Kelser
Reimbursement to official reporters to committees.
Salaries, officers and employees-reporters
Rent of stables and carpenter shop..
Miscellaneous..
Compiling testimony in contested-election cases.
Compiling tariff changes.

Office of Public Printer.
Public printing and binding....

Public Printer-Miscellaneous.
Relief of G. B. Kane & Co...

Library of Congress.
Salaries ...
Increase of library
Contingent expenses
Catalogue of library
One month's extra pay in law department..

61,279.43 11,407.06 13,872.00 16,657.58 90,622.92 3,587.00

225.00 6,000.00 6,225.06 6,697.70 4,501.70 10,691.46 7,596.17

604.00 9,904.37 4,974.99 3,593.76 1,000.00 500.00 180.00 800.00 1,500.00 33,083.00

840.00 8,716.02 2,500.00 2,000.00

2,768,227.03

517.60

78,505.55 5,815.02 1,244.35 2,068.10

327.20

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Legislative-Miscellaneous.
Expenses of investigation concerning immigration
Expenses of contesting seat in Congress
Conveying votes of Presidential electors.
Statement of appropriations ..

12,192.73 84,749.30

522.75 2,400.00

EXECUTIVE.

OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT.
Salaries executive office
Contingent expenses
Preventing the spread of epidemic diseases.

9,236.04 35,680.88 1,678.67 23,108.31 48,580.57 218,701.69 783,511.51 297,297.83

Civil Service Commission.

Salaries...
Traveling expenses
Contingent

$33,819.95

4,962.11 3,521.20

TREASURY DEPARTMENT.
Salaries, office of

-
Secretary..
Supervising Architect.
First Comptroller.
Second Comptroller..
Second Comptroller, accounts of Soldiers' Home.
Commissioner of Customs.
First Auditor
Second Auditor.
Second Auditor, repairing rolls, bounty pay of Indians, soldiers, etc.
Second Auditor, accounts of Soldiers' Home.
Third Auditor
Fourth Auditor.
Fifth Auditor..
Sixth Auditor.
Treasurer of the United States
Treasurer (national currency, reimbursable, permanent).
Register...

Comptroller of the Currency.
Examination of national banks and bank plates.
Salaries: Office of -

Comptroller of Currency, national currency, reimbursable,permanent
Life-Saving Service.

Lighthouse Board.
Salaries: Bureau of -

Navigation, Treasury Department

Statistics
Collecting statistics relating to commerce.
Salaries:

Secret Service Division..
Office of Supervising Surgeon-General, Marine-Hospital Service
Office of Supervising Inspector-General, Steamboat Inspection Ser-

vice
Office of Standard Weights and Measures..
Contingent expenses, Office Standard Weights and Measures.
Salaries Steamboat Inspection Service (permanent)..
Contingent expenses Steamboat Inspection Service (permanent)..
Salaries and expenses of special inspectors, foreign steam vessels

(permanent).

585,524.11 11,150.00 88,039.94 91,535.43

2,698.57 49,137.32 88,323.37 240,566.59 21,483.23

6,113.53 188,528.13 68,831.95 47,288.65 531,822.48 269,299.54

63,716.00 173,583.43 102,237.67

369.92

16,317.36 46,602.84 35,150.79 31,689.76 45, 129.19 5,895.68

12,701.36 31,747.40 12,671.77 2,820.45

605.43 218,765.33 42,536.21

13,989.14

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Treasury-Miscellaneous.
Contingent expenses, Treasury Department:

Stationery
Binding newspapers, etc:
Investigation of accounts and traveling expenses
Freight, telegrams, etc...
Rent
Horses, wagons, etc.
Ice.
File holders and cases.
Fuel, etc..
Gas, etc...
Carpets and repairs..
Furniture, etc

Miscellaneous items
Contingent expenses, national currency, Treasurer's Office, reimbursable

(permanent)
Sealing and separating United States securities, 1890-'91.
Distinctive paper for United States securities
Transportation of silver coin
Pay of assistant custodians and janitors
Fuel, lights, and water for public buildings.
Furniture and repairs of same, public buildings.
Iuspector of furniture, etc
Heating apparatus for public buildings.
Vaults, safes, and locks for public buildings.
Plans for public buildings.....

80,072.12 1,924.91

852.99 1,521.13 5,459.99 3,983.86 2,550.03 2,169.09 8,090.95 13,683.90 2,823.82 9,859.63 8,965.54

21,799.14

3,972.28 86,291.19 32,210.88 4,454.40 28,500.00

Treasury-Miscellaneous.--Continued.
Lands and other properties of the United States..
Suppressing counterfeiting and other crimes..
Expenses Treasury notes
Interstate Commerce Commission.
Decorating public buildings, New York City
Postage to postal-union countries
To promote the education of the blind (permanent)
Outstanding liabilities (permanent)..
Sinking fund, Pacific railroads (permanent).
Settled for appropriation
Miscellaneous accounts
Payment to E. F. Gobel..
Damages to fishing schooner Lucy Ann.
Repayment to importers, excess of deposit.
Relief of Frank A. Lee...
Payment for portrait of J. C. Spencer.
Expenses World's Columbian Exposition
Quarantine Service.
Disposal of useless papers, Treasury and War Departments
Canceling United States securities and cutting distinctive paper
Payment to legal representatives of Samuel

Hein...
Additional compensation for services in connection with the issue of 3

per cent. bonds. Protecting salmon

fisheries of Alaska
Lease fur-seal islands
Statistics fur-seal islands.
Refund to national banks
Payment of French spoliation claims
Relief to Thos. J. Parker..
Relief of Charles N. Felton
Credit in accounts of Treasurer United States at San Francisco for loss,

etc..

$33.50 58,520.02 209,267.00 178,554.31

0.00 1,500.00 15,000.00

33,933.13 5,419,063.78

452.93

0.00 1,096.68

25.00 71.45 100.00

500.00 124,052.97 61,522.47 1,193.76

646.55 1,000.18

80.83 498.57

681.04 1,760.00

317.64 1,062,092.43

40.89 9,930.00

10,000.00

Customs.
Expenses of collecting the revenue from customs.
Detection and prevention of frauds upon the customs revenue.
Excess of deposits...
Debentures and drawbacks
Omcial emoluments...
Expenses of immigration.
Duties, etc., refunded
Additional pay to inspectors of customs
Miscellaneous accounts
Salaries of shipping service
Services to American vessels
Compensation in lieu of moieties.
Expenses of local appraisers (quarterly meeting)
Prevention of obstructions, New York Harbor.
Marine Hospital Service....
Enforcement of alien contract labor law.
Enforcement of Chinese exclusion acts..
Salaries and traveling expenses of agents at the seal fisheries.

7,142,530.53

18,428.73 6,456,226.25 4,950,334.80 248,863.77

166,150.04 2,949,893.46

15,465.80 10,286.28 59,734.16 24,811.91 28,617.11

2,524.34 67,480.16 791,657.40 50,912.68 42,783.09 10,953.35

Public debt (permanent).
Interest:

Consols of 1907..
Funded loan of 1891
Pacific Railroad bonds
Coin coupons
Navy pension fund
Funded loan of 1881
Funded loan, continued.
Funded loan, final dividend
Three per cent. loan, 1882
Loan of July and August, 1861, continued

Sixes of 1881, final payment.
Miscellaneous securities:

Spanish indemnity fund.
Spanish indemnity unclaimed interest.

20,948,513.00 4,381,574.82 5,407,851.12 4,424,601.12 420,000.00

476.48 819.08

58.83 537.36

8.75 15.00

98.15

Public debt (permanent).-Continued.

$513,499.28

25,286.12 38,535.00

461,993.25 31,475,419.26

6,484.66 12,857.10 60,929.14 11,956.47 1,136.00

967.72 10,993.2

103.00

302.73 4,663.44 41,278.73 20,059.88

108.71 300.00

20,472,760.36

6,344.76

103.00 978.50

Interest on District of Columbia securities:

Three-sixty-five bonds..
Three-sixty-five bonds, judgment cases.
Water stock bonds

Old funded debt
Redemption of bonds retired:

Funded loan of 1891.
Funded loan of 1881
Funded loan of 1881, continued
Three per cent. loan, 1882
Ten-forties of 1864.
Ten-forties of 1861
Five-twenties of 1862.
Five-twenties of 1864.
Loan of 1863...
Loan of 1863, continued
Consols of 1865.
Consols of 1867.
Consols of 1868.
Bounty land scrip

Loan of 1847..
Redemption sinking fund:

Funded loan of 1891..
Three per cent. loan of 1882
Loan of 1863

Loan of July and August, 1861
Bonds purchased, circular:

Funded loan of 1891

Consols, 1807.
Bonds purchased, sinking fund:

Funded loan of 1891

Consols, 1907.
Redemption of bonds of District of Columbia:

Old funded debt, sinking fund.
Water stock bonds, sinking fund
Three-sixty-five bonds, sinking fund.

Louisville and Portland Canal...
Miscellaneous securities:

Refunding certificates
Gold certificates, March 3, 1863
Gold certificates, July 12, 1882
Certificates of deposit, June 8, 1872.
One-year notes
Two-year notes..
Six per cent. compound interest notes,

Seven-thirties, 1864-65
Circulating

securities destroyed:
Legal-tender notes
Fractional currency
Gold certificates.
Silver certificates.
Treasury notes
Old demand notes.

1,352,111.69 34,324,986.15

2,613,998.65 19,978,450.93

45,853.37 28,357.50 243,916.91

1,330.00 15,904.80

9,060.00 38,025,000.00 25,495,000.00

493.50

275.00 3,211.00

1,258.53 59,692,000.00

3,818.65 23,067,460.00 58,745,249.00 1,124,000.00

410.00

Engraving and Printing.

Salaries, Bureau of Engraving and Printing..
Compensation of employees..
Materials and miscellaneous expenses.
Plate printing
Custody of dies, rolls, and plates.
Special witness of destruction of United States securities
Portrait of the late James N. Burnes.
Portrait of the late Wm. D. Kelly.
Portrait of the late S. S. Cox..
Portrait of the late Samuel J. Randall
Portrait of the late James B. Beck
Portrait of the late Richard W. Townshend..

21,525.23 420,103.00 246,234.40 679,442.18

7,734.15 1,950.00 291.00 825.00 868.30 818.00 821.00 685.00

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