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Surveying public lands. Surveying the public lands.. Geological Survey: Geological maps of the United States. Protection and improvement of Hot Springs, Ark. Water and ground rents, Hot Springs, Ark. Revenues, Yellowstone National Park..

$15,329.59
582,221.42
27,658.30
18,703.66
18,703.65
1,397.10

Department of Labor.
Salaries..
Library
Stationery
Postage to Postal Union countries
Rent.
Miscellaneous expenses.
Contingent expenses.
Investigation of Industrial and Technical school systems of the United

States and Foreign countries...

48,878.55

728.50 296.28

300.00 4,889.73 27,197.57 1,155.37

383.54

POST-OFFICE DEPARTMENT.
Salaries, .
Deficiency in the postal revenues.

731,852,2 4,741,727.08

Post-office-Miscellaneous.
Relief of F. A. Kendig
Payment to M. M. Lynch.
Payment to C. K. Lounsberry
Relief of J. H. Smith...

3,538.59

101.65 380.55 407.82

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.

Salaries
Salaries and expenses, Bureau of Animal Industry.
Quarantine stations for neat cattle.
Collecting agricultural statistics.
Purchase and distribution of valuable seeds.
Experimental garden.
Laboratory
Museum
Library.
Experiments in the manufacture of sugar.
Botanical investigation and experiments.
Pomological information.
Materials, document and folding room.
Vegetable pathological investigations and experiments.
Illustrations and engravings..
Location for artesian wells.
Irrigation investigations..
Investigating the adulteration of food..
Investigations in ornithology and mammalogy.
Agricultural experiment stations...
Agricultural experiment stations in the various states..
Furniture, etc..
Investigating history, etc., of insects.
Report on forestry
Silk culture.
Postage.
Contingent expenses.

220,668.20
285,834.30

12,574.13 77, 168.53 109,122.84 25,370.57 19,200.04 1,539.07 2,890.81 20,902.32 52,496.53 3,473.43 1,060.30 11,121.86

1,304.93 17,426.22 15,669.43 1,007.63 9,337.05 14,438.37 826,000.06 12,476.54 23,155.32

7,160.49 16.646.75

5,218.00 18,529.58

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE.

182,944.14

Salaries
Contingent expenses:

Furniture and repairs..
Books for Department library.
Books for office of Solicitor.
Stationery..
Miscellaneous items.
Transportation..
Building....

1,094.98
1.764.64

612.36 1.677.16 7,243.95 1,533.15

18.10

Miscellaneous.
Salary, warden of jail, District of Columbia..
Expenses of Territorial courts in Utah.
Salaries of employees court-house, Washington, D. C.
Defense in French spoliation claims...
Defending suits in claims against the United States.
Punishing violations of intercourse acts and frauds.
Prosecution of crimes...
Expenses settling title to Greer Co., claimed by Texas..
Defending suits in claims against the District of Columbia
Payment for legal services rendered to U.S. Government.
Oil portraits of Chief Justices Rutledge, Ellsworth, and Waite.
Traveling expenses, Territory of Alaska.
Digest of opinions, Attorney-General..
Rent and incidental expenses, office of marshal of Alaska
Repayment of excess of deposits...
Payments of judgments United States courts..

JUDICIAL.
Salaries:

Justices, etc., Supreme Court..
Circuit judges..
District judges.
Judge United States court, Indian Territory.

Retired judges...
Salaries and expenses, Circuit Court of Appeals.

District attorneys.
Regular assistant district attorneys.
District marshals..
Justices and judges supreme court, District of Columbia..

$1,692.36 100,538.10 12,274.40

3,566.99 19,140.25

4,851.96 27,869.83

210.35

205.25 7,785.00 1,500.00

190.00 1,500.00 1,133.60

496.00 51,367.09

105,524.27

59,393.97 288,567.90

288.50 39,687.25

817.31 19,610.08 103,802.21 13,386.20 24,500.00

1,362,104.61 417,374.74

19,2 10.70 64,219.63

United States Courts.
Fees and expenses of marshals.
Fees of district attorneys.
Special compensation of district attorneys United States courts,
Pay of assistant attorneys.
Fees of -

Clerks.....
Commissioners.
Jurors..

Witnesses.
Support of prisoners.
Rent of court-rooms.
Miscellaneous expenses,
Fees of supervisors of elections.
Fines and forfeitures..
Judicial emoluments.
Fines, etc., district court, Alaska.
Pay of bailiffs.......

Total disbursements...
Grand total, receipts and disbursements..

305,598.98 197,531.49

747,897.44 1,261,599.10 5:22,135.80

89,291.54 203,710.35 502,283.26

18,812.99 1,088,099.87

25,745.60 222,072.81

. $1,201,513,909.85 $2,180,531,521.04

PUBLIC DEBT DIVISION. (Audits all Accounts for Payment of Interest on the Public Debt, both Registered

Stock and Coupon Bonds, Interest on District of Columbia Bonds, Pacific Railroad
Bonds, Louisville and Portland Canal Bonds, Navy Pension Fund, Redemption of
United States and District of Columbia Bunds, Redemption of Coin and Currency
Certificates, Old Notes and Bounty Scrip, and Accounts for Notes and Fractional
Currency destroyed.]
Interest on United States securities...

$35,583,955,56 Miscellaneous securities.

28,598.15 Interest on District of Columbia securities.

1,039,313.65 Redemption of U.S. bonds-retired.

31,613,560.10 Redemption of U. S. bonds-sinking fund.

26,180.186.62 U.S. bonds purchased-circular..

35,677,097.84 U. S. bonds purchased-sinking fund.

22,592, 49.58 Redemption of bonds, District of Columbia.

319,457.78 Miscellaneous securities of the United States.

63,550,23.72 U. S. circulating securities destroyed..

142,632,937.65 Total..

$359,547,760.65 15,655,000 $24,954,1533.00 16,112,000 26,302,369.00 16.581,000 31,482,750.00 17,069,453 19, 180,115.00 17,591,000 16.800,160.00 18,132,000 19,976,197.00 18,691,00 8,302,702.00 19,276.000 29,321,374.00 19,878,000 29,970,106,00 20,500,000 29,699,968.00 21,143,000 26, 195,769.00) 21,805,000 35,735,779.00 22,489,000 31,208,143.00 23,191,876 43,603, 139.00 23,995,000 52,559,304.00 24.8052,050 49,816,816.00 25,615,000 61,587,051.00 26,433,000 73.800,341.00 27,256,000 65,350,575.00 28.083.000 74,056.699.00 28,916.000 68,965,313.00 29,753,000 46,655,366.00 30,596,000) 53,486, 166.00 31,413,321 56,064,608.00 32,061,000 41,500,930.00 32,704,000 51,987,455,00 33,305,000 112,697,291.00 31,046,000 261,626,772.00 31,748,000 333,711,605.00 35, 169,000 558,032,690.00 36,211,000 490,631,010,00 36,973,000 405,038,083.00) 37,756,000 370,943,747.00 38,558,371 411,255,478.00 39,555,000 383,323,915.00 40,556,000 374,106,868.00 41,677,000 333,738,205.00 42,796,000 301.978,755.00 43,951,000 288.000,061.00 45,137,000 294,095,865.00 46,353,000 981,406,419.00 47,598,000 257,763,879.00 48.866,000 27.827,184.00 50,155,783 333.5.26.611.00 51,316,000 360,782,293.00 52,495,000 403,725,230.00 53,693.000 398,287,582.00 54,911,000 348,519.870.00 56,1 18,000 323,690,706.00 57,101.000 336,139,797.00 58,680.000 371,103,277.00 59,974,000 379,266,075.00 61,289.000 387,050,059.00 62,032,950 403,080,982.00 03,975,000 456,181,138.00

POPULATION, NET REVENUE, AND NET EXPENDITURES OF THE GOVERNMENT FROM 1837 TO JUNE 30, 1891, AND PER CAPITA OF THE REV

ENUES AND PER CAPITA OF EXPENDITURES.

Year.

Per capi

Perc'p'ta Population. Net revenue. ta on rev. Net expenses. on ex

pen't'res.

enue.

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1837. 1838. 1839. 1810 1811. 1812. 1813 (6 months). 1814. 1815 1816. 1817 1818. 1819. 18:50. 1851. 1832 18.33. 1851. 1855. 1836. 1857 1858. 1859. 1860. 1861. 1862. 1803. 1861. 1865. 1866. 1807 1868. 1809. 1870. 1871 1872. 1878). 1874. 1875. 1876.

1.62 1.51 1.15 1.25 1.64 1.39 1.88 2.19 2.01 2.40 2.79 2.40 2.64 2.38 1.57 1.75 1.78 1.29 1.59 3.38 7.777 9.60 15.73 13.55 10.97

9.82 10.67 9.69 9.2 8.01 7.13 6.55 6.52 6.07 5.42 5.60 6.65 7.00 7.68 7.41 6.36 5.76 5.86 6.33 6.32 6.31 6.43 7.13

$37,943,496.00 33,865,059.00 26,899,128.00 24,317.579.00 26,565,873.00 25,205,761.00 11,858,075.00 22,337,571.00 22,937,408.00 27,706,925.00 57,281,412.00 45,377,925.00 45,051,657.00 39,543,492.00 47,709,017.00 44,194,919.00 48,184,111.00 58,014,862.00 59,742,668.CO 69,571,020.00 67,795,708.00 74,185,270.00 69,070,977.00 63,130,598.00 66,546,615.00 474,761,819.00 714,710,725.00 865,322,642.00 1,297,555, 224.00 520,809,417.00 357,512,675.00 377,340,285.00 322,865,278.00 309,653,561.00 292,177,188.00 277,517,963.00 290,315,245.00 302,633,873.00 271,623,393.00 265,101,085.00 241,331,475.00 236,961,327.00 266,447,884,00 267.612.958.00 260,712.888.00 257,981,410.00 265, 106, 138.00 244,126.944.00 260.296,935.00 242,183,138.00 207,932,179.00 *267.924,801.00 +299.288,978.00 1318,040,710.00 $365,774,681.00

$2.38 2.10 1.62 1.42 1.51 1.39 1.27 1.16 1.15 1.35 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. 16 5.31 5.08 4.91 4.94 4.44 4.63 4.22 4.56 4.46 4.88 5.07 5.71

1878 1879. 1880. 1881. 1882. 1883. 1884 1885. 1896. 1887. 1888. 1889. 1890. 1891.

*This includes $8,270,812.46 of "premiums on purchase of bonds.".

This includes $17,299,302.05 of " premiums on purchase of bonds." *This includes $20,304,"21.00 of " premiumns on purchase of bonds."

$This includes $10,401,720.61 of "premiums on purchase of bonds." NOTE. --This statement has been revised and corrected according to the census report of 1890.

COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF THE RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES ON

ACCOUNT OF CUSTOMS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1891.

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$21,052,881.52 $505,874.37

329,115.09 21,035.87 33,897.27 18,99 1.20 57,362.86 7,668.17 679,851.99 161,303.19 767,748.26 86,432.60

22,710.01 30,426.08 148,291.70 1,159.46 148,091.71 65,288.82 392,219.76 19,309.44

295,730.15

Alabama.

$12,458.92 $10,837.44 | Pennsylvania Alaska..

3,256,17 13,293.80 Rhode Island. Arizona.

35,621.97 22,470.38 South Carolina. California.

8,032, 422.62 399,153.06 Tennessee. Colorado

110,514.43 7,460.49 Texas.. Connecticut

475,992.21 36,187.96 Vermont Dakota

30, 100.00 2,891.60 Virginia. Delaware.

16,268.61 7,210.38 West Virginia. District of Colum

Washington. bia

80,766.39 10,864.52 Wisconsin Florida.

1,221,558.27 115,531.99 Amount paid by Georgia

75,790.11 24,539.54 disbursing Illinois.

5,786,811.65 137,124.29 agent for salaIndiana.

156,279.77 10,161.05 ries, etc.... Iowa..

13,484.61 1,061.46 | Contingent exKentucky.. 275,035.83 22,871.74

penses and fees Louisiana..

2,048,483.79 218,373.17 in customs Maine..

807,025.73 114,732.34 cases. Maryland..

3,712,217.38 276,691.15 | Transportation.. Massachusetts 18,200,051.70 697,143.85 Miscellaneous Michigan

857,580.94 133,930.47 (rent, stationMinnesota

337,432.30 37,915.92 ery, etc.)........ Mississippi..

5,990.74 5,863.11 Missouri..

1,699,096.62 65, 108.19 Montana and

Deduct excess of Idaho..

30,613.04 3,936.41 repayment at Nebraska.

99,838.42 6,513.73 Sandusky, Ohio. New Hampshire.. 64,145.99 5,985.39 New Jersey.

18,999.37 13.122.02 Total receipts New York

149,862, 184.67 3,085,897.20 and tota North Carolina. 21,377.10 8,912.53

net expendiOhio.. 1,477,941.32 101,182.12

tures... Oregon..

650,395.36 87,753.94

23,138.21

508.17

53,420.25

6,965,070.18

703.09

219,522,205.23 6,964,367.09

COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF THE RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES ON

ACCOUNT OF INTERNAL REVENUE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1891.

States and Terri

tories.

Receipts.

Expendi
tures.

States and Terri

tories.

Receipts.

Expendi-
tures.

Alabama
Arkansas
California.
Colorado
Connecticut,
Florida
Georgia..
Illinois,
Indiana
Iowa..
Kansas
Kentucky.
Louisiana
Maryland
Massachusetts..
Michigan
Minnesota.
Mississippi
Missouri

$93,328.00 $21,135.23 | Montana

97,456.83 28.865.27 Nebraska..
2,065,972.08 87,179.94 New Hampshire..

295,622.43 20,661.74 New Jersey
955,119.94 35,575.19 New Mexico.
485,789.83 15,818.92 New York.

574,733.00 98,761.28 North Carolina.
38,345,572.92 213,288.97 Ohio...
6,474,000.14 72,876.79 Oregon...

4322, 131.00 29,912.71|| Pennsylvania..

193,156.71 18.1830.85 South Carolina. 15,830, 185.26 599,792.65 Tennessee

641.809.35 32,053.68 Texas. 3,000,113.80 97,779.19 Virginia... 2,314,575.93 56,903.14 West Virginia.. 2,27,558.80 39,3476.94 Wisconsin... 2,733,568.95 31,780).21 Miscellaneous..

525.00 7,661,372.17

92,965,55 Total..

$151,966.29 $21,069.99 3,230,163.64 42,982.60

460,106.66 17,693.26 4,091,290.62 53,134.42

36,191.65 11,100.15 16,554,031.67 235,723.22

2,178,131.21 311.601.26 14,365,286.27 157.653.71

324,257.21 19,503.18 10,307,969.28 275, 118.98

69.732.21 27.609.70 1,276,712.86 111,2016.ee

3.609.58 31,166.94 3,206,367.37 122.011.53

831,781.33 31,483.72 3,607,977.73 50.517.92

231.96 887.815.66

145,686,219.44,4,003,485.65

IMPORTS AND EXPORTS.

FROM THE TREASURY REPORTS, 1891.

The value of our foreign commerce-imports and exports of merchandise -during the last fiscal year was greater than for any previous year. It amounted to $1,729,397,006, as against $1,647,139,093 during the fiscal year 1890, an increase of $82,257,913.

The value of imports of merchandise also during the last fiscal year was the largest in the history of our commerce, amounting to $844,916,196, as against $789,310,409 during the fiscal year 1890, an increase of $55,605,787.

The value of the exports of merchandise during the same period was $884,480,810, as against $857,828,684 for the previous fiscal year, 1890, an increase of $26,652,126.

The exports exceeded the imports of merchandise $39,564,614.

The value of the imports and exports of merchandise and specie during the last four years ending June 30, has been as follows:

Merchandise.

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The above talle does not include gold and silver contained in ores and copper matte, as follows:

Excess of Exports. Imports. imports.

Gold in ores and copper matte
Silver in ores and copper matte.

$100,226 $283,545 $183,319 942,563 8,252,036 7,309,473

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