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ANNUAL STATEMENT

OF TUN

FINANCES OF THE CITY OF CHICAGO,

From April 1, 1862, to April 1, 1863.



City Comptroller's Office, )
Chicago, April 15, 1863. J
To John Comisky, Jabez K. Botsford, and Charles L.
Woodman, Esquires, Finance Committee of the Com-
mon Council of the City ef Chicago:
Gentlemen — In compliance with' the re-
qnirements of the city charter, I have the honor
to snbmit for your examination and approval the
annual statement of the receipts and expendi-
tareF, and other matters connected with the finan
cial condition of the city, for the year ending
April Ist, 1863, as the same appears upon the
books at my of&ce.

I am also required to state the names of all
persons who may have become defaulters to the
city. I am happy to state that no defalcation has
occurred during the year, so far as I know
or have been informed. In order to
prevent, as far as possible, every
occurrence of the kind, I have required the offi-
cers of this department, charged with the receipt
or custody of the public money, viz. : the Treas-
urer, Collector, and Receiving Clerk, each to ac
company his report with hia affidavit that it is f uh
and true, and that he has not, di restly or ia-
directly, used, loaned, invested, or converted to
his own use, or suffered any one to use, loan, in-
vest, or convert to their or bis use, any of the
public moneys receivable or received by him,
and that he has acted diligently, and without col-
lusion or fraud. This oath was required by the
last as well as the present city charter, but seems
not to have been attached to the reports made
before the 3d day of June last, when I entered
this office.

While upon this subject, I would state that I
have caused an examination to be made in re-
spect to the number of city bonds printed
at different times, and the number of blanks re-
mainiog in the office. From that examination,
as well as from the fact that no coupons have
been presented for payment during my term, ex
cept those belonging to bonds legally issued, and
of which we have an account, I am satisfied that



no illegal issue of our bonds has ever been made,
except the forty bonds of $1,000 each, said to
have been hypothecated by Sylvester Lind, for-
merly Treasurer of the late Board ol Sewerage
Commissioners, referred to in the reports of my
predecessor. To increase the safeguards against
fraud or mistake in the issue of bonds, I have
requested the Mayor and City Clerk each to keep
a separate register of all bonds signed by them,
which they have accordingly done.

You will find in a subsequent part of this
statement a particular description of the bonds
sold during the year, with each and every item
of the expense thereof; also, a description of the
bonds purchased in order to be canceled, with
the other particulars specified In chapter V,
section 39, of the amended charter.

The negotiations for the sale of most of the
bonds disposed of during the year were made
under difficult circumstances, which I need not
detail. It is sufficient to say that it was known
to capitalists east that the city had within ten
months sold her seven per cent, bonds as low as
Beventy six cents on the dollar, and as low as
ninety cents only two months previously; and
that she had about $220,000 of indebiednesB,
evidenced by certidcates drawing ten per cent,
interest, to pay in September. I'he diaastors to
our arms on the Peninsula, before Richmond, had
also created confusion and deprefcsion in the
money market. It is not eurpribing that, under
such circumstances, one of the olcest and largest
banking houses in New York, of undoubted relia-
bility, and for many years familiar with our secu-
rities, — I mean Messrs. Duncan, Sherman & Co., —
should have written me, as they did on the 12th of
August, that, in their opinion, $40,000 of our bonds
could not be sold except in small lots, and then
only at from 97 to par. However, being firmly
impressed with the value of our securities, and
urging my views with confidence and sincerity,
I had the good fortune to sell in New York, be-
fore the 16 th of August, one lot of $30,000 at par,
another lot of $30,000 at one per cent, premium,
and another lot of $100,000, including $40,000
sewerage, at one per cent, premium, — in each case
with interest added. I also sold in Chicago, on
the 15!;h of August, to Messrs. C. C. Parks & Co.,
$100,000 at one-half per cent, premium and in-



terest in New York exchange, without commis-
si on. My sales in New York were to the well-
known and highly respectable firm of George 8.
Bobbins & Son. I then raised the price, and
urged parties who had bought to sell again to do
the same. For $75,000 which I sold in the lat-
ter part of November and in December,
to pay the debts maturing January 1st and bal-
ances of old claims, I succeeded in obtaining
nine per cent, premium and interest; and for
$25,000 often year bonds, to settle for lands con-
demed for widening the river at Van Buren street,
and damages incurred by the erection of the
bridge in 1858, eight per cent, premium and in-
terest. *

AS you are aware, the most rigid economy has
been practiced during the year. The decided
opposition of the Mayor to various propositions
for depleting the treasury, to accomplish some
temporary and fancied good, has defeated such
measures in the Common Council on several oc-
casior.B, and enabled this department to meet the
demands on the treasury with promptness. All
teachers in the public schoole, bridge-lenders,
laborers, mechanics, merchants, and others hav-
ing current accounts with the city, have been
paid monthly, — thereby cutting off the opportu
nity for shavers, in or out of office, to profit by
their necessities. The Police Board, having at
that time a separate fund and drawing their own
checks, were not able to pay their employes at
regular periods. Believing it to be in accord-
ance with my duty, and an act of justice
to a meritorious body of men, 1 ar-
ranged to reserve and pay over to them
the collections from fines and licenses after a
certain period, and informed the Superintend-
ent of my intention. The result was a very
large increase of the receipts into the Treasury
from those sources, their sum total being $89,
442 17, against $73,219 43 for the year ending
April 1st, 1862, or an increase of $16,223 74.

L'he purchases made Ijy the city, notwith-
standing the great advance in prices, have been
usually made at very low figures. The Fire
Department, in particular, has been managed
with remarkable care and economy, owing in
great part to the unremitting attention of the
Chief Engineer, U. P. Harris.

A large amount has been expended in sub-
Btantial.and convenient buildings by the Board
ot Education, who have overdrawn their ap
propriation, in consequence, to the amount of
about .S4,000, which, however, their income
from the present school tax and other sources
will largely overpay the present year, besides
paying the expenses of that department.

With this exception, the expenditures have
been within the appropriations, — the excess In
the Health Department, printing, and Bride-
well, caused by the pest house expenses, and
extra orders and allowances by the Common
Council, being more than supplied by the con-
tingent fand.

The amount In the treasury April Ist, 1863, is
$345,173 57. The amount of general taxes re-
maining to be collected from sale now in progress
is $138,865 04. Total of cash and unpaid taxes,
$484,038 61, from which should be deducted $72,-
876 29, the amount of warrants drawn and out-
standing or not called for, — leaving a balance of
$411,162 32.
The condition of our finances, as



exhibited in detail below, mast
be highly gratifying, not only to you, but to all
who have the prosperity of the city at heart.

I cannot close these preliminary remarks with-
out an acknowledgement of the uniform courtesy
and valuable information for which I am indebt-
ed to my predecessor in office, Hon. 8. D. Ward.
I must also mention as worthy of commendation,
and of an increase of salary, Mr. C. C. Chase,
Chief Clerk, and Mr. Frank Barrett, Second
Clerk in this office. The eminent skill and ac-
curacy of Mr. Chase, and the untiring industry
nnd reliability of both, should be remembered
and suitably compensated.

Reepectfully submitted,

S. S. Hayes, City Comptroller.

Appropriations to the various departments for the fis-
cal year, April 1st, 1862, to April Ist, 1863, with the ex-
penditures thereon, have been as follows:

WATER FUND (NO APPROPRIATION REQUIRED).

Unexpended balance

prill. 1862 $16,642 49

Receipts 172,743 69



Expended "ytlie Board
of Public Works



$189,386 18
166.161 11



$23,235 07



SEWERAGE FUND.
Unexpended

ba'ance A-

pril 1,1862. $61,166 32
Loss delin-
quent tax

of 1861.... 1,19169

$69,874 73

T4X of 2K

mills levied 92.849 61

Receipts 119,050 39

$271,974 73

Expended by

Board of

Public W'ks 161,971 05



-$109,903 68



SCHOOLS.
Unexpende d

balance 1st

April, 1862. $23,948 16
Less delin-
quent tax of

1861 953 28

$22,994 88

Tax of 2 mills

levied 74,279 69

Receipts 6 00

$97,280 57

Exnended by

Board of

Education . 86 278 68



$11,001 99



REFORM SCHOOL.

Unexpended

balance Ist

April. 1862 $3,137 84
Les'< delin-

qnpnt tax

of 1861.... 11916

$3,018 68

Tax of 1 mill

levied 37,139 84

Receipts 5,432 90

$45,59142

Expended by

Board of

Guardians. 33,161 20



$12,430 22



INTEREST.
Unexpended balance

Ist April, 1862. $27,344 33

Tax of 2>i millB levied 83 764 65
Receipts 7,822 04



Expended


$118,931 02

80,364 78




WAR FUND.


Un9xpen<ied




balanre 1st




April, 1862 $65 266 00


Less deliD'i't




taxofl861


953 27





$64,312 73


Tax of l}4




mills levied


46,424 81


Receipts ....


7.302 38






Expended...


49,763 74



$38,566 24



Unexpended

balance 1st

April,1862 $18,563 37
Less deJinq't

tax of 1861 834 11



POLIOE FUND.



$68,276 18



Tax of l>i
mills levied



$17,729 26
55,709 77



$73,439 o;



Expended by
B'rd of Po-
lice Com-
missioners 49,906 68

$23,532 36

GENERAL FUND.
Tax of3>^ mills levied. $127,302 67

Lamp tax levied 44,080 23

Add income from licen-
ses, police fines, and
miacellsDeous sour-
ces (including street

taxes) ..$150,989 60

$302,378 60

Expended on above aa follows:
Appropriations payable from General Fuod April 1

1862, to April 1, 1863.
Lamp Districts: For Light-
ing and Repairing Street

and Bridge Lamps 67,000 GO

Balance of last year's ap-
propriation not expen'd 690 77

67,690 77

Expended to April lat,1863 49,398 96 18,293 81

Public Square and Court
House: Heating, Light-
ing and Salaries 2,1' 00

Expended to date 1,81179 288 21

Legal Eqpenees: Salaries
of City Attorney, Coun-
sel, Costs, &c 5,000 00

Expended to date 5,14429 .144 29

General Expenses: Salaries
of Assessors »nd other
Items not chargeable to
Departa.ents.. 4,000 00

Expended to date 3,895 93 104 04

Health Department: Gene-
ral Expenses 2,000 00

Expended 3,803 35 1803 36

Printing and Stationery:
General Expenses 2,500 00

Expended 3,05578 555 78

Recorder's Court: Salary
of Recorder, Fees, and
Dieting 20,500 00

Expended 20.637 20 462 80

Salaries of Officers, not
chargeable to other De-
partments 17,000 00

Expended 16.55612 443 88

Fixe Departments: For
salbriea of Engineers
and general expenses.. 71,000 00

Expended 69,106 27 1,893 73



Police Court: Salaries of
Justices and Clerks 3,000 00

Expended 2,666 66

Bridewell: Salaries of
Keeper and Anfis'ants,
dieting prisoners, &c... 9,000 00

Expended _ 9,477 69

Contingent Fund: 10,000 00

Expended for this
fund 4,145 87

For Health De-
partment 1,803 35

For Bridewell... 477 69

For printing, sta-
tionery, &c.,.. 555 78

For legal exp'tes 144 29

For fuel, not dis-'
tribnted 1,992 75 9,119 73

llarke t^: For gas and wa-
ter 800 01)

Expended 620 10

Board of Public
Works: Unex-
pended appro-
priation of last
year 36,966 69

Approp'n for year
1862-63 76,59316

Street taxes col-
lected 11,4C4 50

Sundry rec'pts by
the B..ard 3.427 54—128,39189

Expended to date 97,599 93

Deduct expenditures in ex-
cess uf appropriations.. 53,772 00

E.xcess of balances and ap-
propriations over ex-
penditures i



333 44



880 27



279 90



80,791 96
2 981 11

60,790 93



The present indebtedness of the city is briefly summed
up as follows:

Bonds to Chapiu & Fix, uider
mandamus from Circuit Coart,
Dec. 5, 1869, 10 ^ cent, interest
from date $10,000 00

Certificates of indebtedness, bal-
ance due May 1, 1661, 10 ^ cent. .
interest to May 1,1862 255 81

Balance of damages account, no
interest 2,419 45

Union Park purchase, no interest 3,855 29



$16,630 66



Above, known as floating debt.

BILLS PAYABLE.
Bond of C. V. Dyer, due in 1853 $150 00
Bond of C. Walker, dne in 1863 60 00

Bond cf Tiir>s. Dyer, due in 1853. 60 00

Bond oi .1 L Morgan, due in 1863 50 00

Bond of Thos. Richmond, due in

1853 50 00



FUNDED DEBT— OLD ISSUES.
Ten iP cent bonds, due Jan , 1868. $1,000 00
S(->ven ^ cent bonds, due July,

1668 10,000 00

Seven ^j cent bonds, due Jan.,

1^74 60,000 00

Six ^ cent bonds, due Jan., 1867 10,000 00
July, 1873 60,00100



$350 00



July, 1S74 40,000 00
July, 1876 100,000 00
July, 1876 100,OCO 00



$371,008 00



FUNDED DEBT— NEW ISSUE.
Seven ^ cent bonds, due April,

1881 $903,600 00

Seven ^ cent bonds, due Dec,

1872 25,000 00



$928,600 CO



Seven ^ cent School Fund bonds 28,000 00

Total municipal debt $1,344 380 55

The Board of Pablio Works state the Sewerage Debt
as follows:
Sewerage bonds. Ist

Jo»n, six ^ cent. $87,000 00
Sewerage bonds, 1st

loan, seven f» c'nt 413,000 00
Sewerage bonds, 2d

loan, seven ^ cnt

including forty

charged S. Liad,

Treasurer, 500.000 00

$1,000,000 00

Of these have been

purchased from

the slaking fund

and cancelled 38

bonds 38,000 00

Total outstancing $962,000 CO

The Btiard also report the Water Debt as follows.
Water bonds, sold,

six ^ cent 1 030,000 00

Water bonds, sold,

seven lucent... 113,000 00



Of these have been
purchased and
cancelled ten 7
® cent bonds...



1,143,000 00



10,000 OD



Total outstanding 1,133 000 00



Total Sewerage and Water Debt

ABSTRACT of Receipts of (he City
from April 1st, 1862, to April Ut, 1863.
BALANCE IN THE TREASURY, APRIL

1st, 1862

BONDS

BILLS RECEIVABLE

BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS

CEMETERY

COSTS AND INT. ON TAX WARRANTS.

FIRE APPARATUS

FEES

INTEREST

LICENSES

MICELL ANEOUS

MARKETS

POLICE DEPARTMENT

REDEMPTIONS

REFORM SCHOOL

RENTS

RECORDER'S COURT

STONE

SEWERAGE FUND

SE\VERAGE SINKING FUND

SCHOOL DEPARTMENT

SPEC AL ASSESSMENTS

TAXES

WATER FUND

WHARFING PRIVILEGE MORTGAGES

WAR FUND

DUNCAN, SHERMAN & CO

WARRANTS ON THE TREASURER....



$2,095 Oon Ot

of Chicayn,



5;12.5,195 05

426,569 41

263 48

3,427 54

1,336 43

4,130 80

1,20U "0

5,802 87

0,902 77

58,544 00

2,73T 89

159 82

30,908 17

12,161 37

.'i,482 00

6,46S 79

960 94

437 09

119,050 39

29,491 14

6 00

68,886 80

613,151 71

172,743 69

5,969 78

7,30'} 88

10,549 G3

21,054 16



INTEREST 105,298 25

JUDGMENTS 6,813 55

LAMP DISTRICTS 49,390 96

LEGAL EXPENSE 5,144 29

MISCELLANEOUS 6,106 66

MARKETS 520 .10

OLD CLAIMS 5,025 42

PUBLIC SQUARE AND BUILDING 1,811 79

PEST HOUSE 1,498 82

POLICE COURT 2,666 56

PRINTING AND STATIONERY 3,055 78

POLICE FUND 49,906 68

PLATTING FUND 43 00

PERSONAL ACCOUNTS 34 42

REFUNDED FINES 203 50

REDEMPTIONS 4,966 58

RECORDER'S COURT 20,037 20

REFORM SCHOOL 38,161 20

SCHOOL FUND 5,969 78

SCHOOL DEPARTMENT 86,278 58

SEWERAGE FUND 161,971 05

SALARIES 16,5.56 12

SEWERAGE SINKING FUND 20,490 78

SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS 106,602 33

TREASURY INTEREST WARRANTS.. . 225 00

TAXES REFUNDED 695 13

WAR FUND 49,763 74

WATER FUND 166,15111

WIDENING RIVER AT VAN BUREN ST. 7,462 90
BALANCE IN THE TREASURY, APRIL

1,1S03 845,178 57

TOTAL $1 ,740,944 50

STATEMENT in detail of the Receipts of the City of
Chicago from April 1st, 1862, to April 1st, 1863.

BONDS.
Whole amount of seven per cent

bonds sold $417,600 00

Premium received on $356,000.. 11,092 50 $428,592 50

2,023 09



TOTAL $1,740,944 50

ABSTRA CT of Expenditures of the City of Chicago,
from April 1, 1862, to April 1, 1863.

BONDS $63,000 00

BILLS PAYABLE 65,000 00

BILLS RECEIVABLE 524 94

BRIDEWELL 9,477 69

BONDS EXPENSE 1,092 CO

BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS 97,599 93

CEMETERY 2,215 62

CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS... 154,005 97

CONTINGENT FUND 4,145 87

COSTS & INTEREST TAX WARRANTS 4,403 08

DAMAGES 3,000 00

FIRE DEPARTMENT 69,106 27

FUEL 2,037 21

HEALTH DEPARTMENT 2,304 53



Disconnt allowed on $61,600

(Seeschedale Nol)

BILLS RECEIVABLE.

J C Boyd's note paid

BOARD or PUBUC WORKS.

Sundry receipts of the Board 2,990 04

From M Keely, County Treasurer,

ro.dtax... 300 CO

" LP Billiard, County Clerk,

license.. . - 137 60



CEMETERY.

From Boarl of Public Works 1,255 43

" Bent of ground near G B

Road 8100

Costs and interest on tax war-
rants, costs on general tax and
special warrants and damages
on special warrants when not
paid within thirty d'ys 4,116 05

From T B Carter, Clerk, costs re-
funded 15 76



FIRE APPARATUS.

Received for Engine No 13 1,000 00

do do do 125 00

do do do 75 80

Duncan Sherman & Co — Balance

of account

FEES.

On licenses issued... 4,962 00

From City Comptroller ' 262 92

From CityClerk 417 00

On redemptions 160 95



426,569 41
263 4S



3,427 64



1 336 43



4,130 80

1,200 00
10,549 63



6,802 87



INTEREST.
From James F. Brown, int on
note

On wharfing mortgages...



36 08
6,866 69



6,90277



LICENSES.

From butchers 160 00

Drays 1,077 00

Express, bafcgage, and

grain wanons 2,667 75

Night Bcavengers 90 03

Peddlers 1,057 CO

Porters and runners £40 00

Saloons 46,288 00

Leas refunded 833 83 45, 454 17

Auctioneers 738 00

Hacks 575 25

Shows 1,583 60

Intelligence offices 210 00

Omnibus' 278 00

Pawnbrokers 850 00

Ball alley, billiard table,

and shooting gallery

fines 3,25033

Powder venders 13 CO

MISCELLANEOUS.
From D Knight, Int on W >^ lot

3, block 118 SS 125 33

Board of Public Works,

for permits, &c, 414 50

S D VFard, premium on

drafts 1301

C C Parke & Co, deposit.. 2,000 00
Jno Atwater, Justice of

Peace, fines .... 5 00

JohuRaber and Bunanes.. 180 00

MARKETS.
FroDi occupants of North Market

stalls, for gas 86 44

occupants of West Market
stalls, for gas , 73 38

POLICE DEPARTMENT.

Fines & Costs collected by Police
Court Clerk, 28 600 48

Fines collected by City Comp-
troller for redemption of con-
victs in Bridewell 2,26123

Labcrof convicts 46 86



REDEMPTIONS.
From redemption of lots pur-
chased by city at tax

sile 6,496 70

redemption of lots pur-
chased by individuals at
tax gale 6,664 67



For



REFORM SCHOOL.
From Cook county, for shoes.. . 346 50

G W PerbiuB, masquito

netting 197 70

Charles Harter, boots and

shoes... 12 38

Hall & Co, insuriince on

buildings 4,C00 CO

McDougail,Nichol»s& Co,

labor of inmates 5 71 90

J H Reed & Co, labor of

Inmates 260 62

Huntington, Wadsworth &

Co, balance of account. 43 90



RENTS.

From docks 3,181 19

North Market stsl.s 1.617 04

North Market HaU 217 23

West Market Hall 484 00

West Market stalls 461 73

Ground for scales at West

Market 325 CO

No 2 Engine House 112 50

Shop at north end Wells

street bridge SCO

City Hospital ICO

Henry Ritchie, for lot on

Lasalle street 61 10



68,544 00



2,737 89



159 82



30,908 17



12,161 37



5,432 90



6,468 7S



RECORDERS COURT.
From J K C Forrest, Clerk, fines

collected 793 45

A C Hesing, Sheriff. 167 49

STONE.

From Board of Public Works

SEWERAGE FUND.
From Board of Public Works...

SEWARAGE SINKING FUND.
From Board of Public Works...

SCHOOL DEPARTMENT.
Warrant 969, Thcs Eden, uncal'ed for

SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS.

Improving Clark street from Madi-
ton to Polk streets 405 00

Imuroving S Water street from the
E line of lot 3, blk 16. O T to River
street 1 388 94

Improving Lake street from E Una
of Wabash avenue to Lake street
bridge 1,532 99

Improving Lake street from E line
Wabash avenue to Central avenue 3,064 04

Filling and Macadamizing Monroe
street from Clark to State streets. 2,620 21

Fi'ling and paving alley tunning E
and W through blk 17 O T 576 CO

Building sidewalk oh the W side of
Wabash avenue and N side of Ran-
dolph street 162 23

Improving Market street from Madi-
son to Van Buren streets 3,126 93

Repaying Clark street from Lake
street to the river 1,025 44

[m proving South Water street from
E line of Franklin street to Lake
street 5,644 05

Wideni_g Dearborn street from
south line of Madison street to
centre of block 119 S S Addition 7,359 97

Improving Weils street from Madi-
ison street to Van Buren street.. 6,080 16

Improving State street from Madi-
son to Twelfth streets 160 00

Improving River street from south-
ern terminus to Souih Water, and
South Water street between Wa-
bash avenue and lot 15 B & F D
Addition 4-34 02

Improving Clark street from Madi-
son to Polk street 3,754 45

Improving Wells street from Ran-
dolph to Madison street 169 20

Improving Market street from Wash-
ington to Madison street 909 64

Improving State street from Twelfth
street to Archer road 834 63

Graveling South street from State
street to Archer road -. 597 56

Grading Chicago avenne from Chi-
cago avenue bridge to Milwaukee
avenne 398 75

Construction of private drains in
block 68, Old Town 67 74

Opening alley from Elizabeth to Ann
street, through block 2, Wright's
Addition, and blocks 46 and 55,
Carpenter's Addition 13614

Openiag alley east and west through
centre w 90 ft lot 2, and lots 3, 4,
and 5, block 64 subdivision, sec 7,
T39, RUE 13036

Grading Jackson street from S W
PlanK Road to Josephine street. 48 73

Improving alley running north and
south through centre of block 46
O. T..., S4622

Improving Canal street from Van
Buren to Old street 1,675 72

Improving W Randolph street from
Halstea street to Union Park... 559 29

Macadamizing W Lake street from
Balsted street to city limits 636 81

Grading and macadamizing Canal



960 94

437 09

119,050 39

29 491 14

6 00



street from Randolph to Wash-
ington streets 30t) 63

Grading and macadamizing W Madi-
son street from Sangamon street
to city limits 1,112 69

Extending La Salle street from Divi-
sion to Clark streets 611 66

Improving Indiana street from Wells
street to the bridee 150 00

Macadamizing Wells street from
Kinzieto Green B*y road 11,815 83

Sidewalk north side of Illinois street
between Batler, Wri«ht and Web-
ster's addition and Kingsbury
street

Improving Kinzie street from east
line of Clark street to itn eastern
terminus, and N Water from said
terminus to Bush street 9,684 28

Opening Alley N. & &. through cen-
ter of Block 48 Kinzie's Addi-
tion

Improving Michigan street from
franklin to Market street and
Market street from Kinzie to Erie
streets' 8 00

Graveling and improving Rush
street from Water street to Chi-
cago avenue 615 00



TAXES.

From General Tax Warrant of 1861 176,674 19

" " •» u <' 1862 425,173 02

" Street taxes " 1861 1,267 60

" " " " 1862 10,137 00



lf3 40



60 00



WATER FUND.

From Board of Public Works

WAHRFIN6 PRIVILEGES.
From Tolman Wheeler for Lot 7,

paid up 3,747 78

From Gilbert Huhbard & Co for ex-
cept 6 inches from E side Lot 16
paid up 2,222 00



WAR FDND.

From Cook county, loan paid

For Coal sold



-613,161 71
172,743 69



7 300 00
2 38



6,989 78



7,302 38



-68,386 30



WARRANTS ON THE TREASURER.
Warrant issued and unpaid April 1,

1863 72,876 29

Warrant issued and unpaid April 1,

1862 51,22213

21,66416

SCHEDULE NO. 1.

STATEMENT showing the sales and purchases of bonds

from April 1, 1862, to AprU 1, 1863.



Ap.il



11

29

10 466 K

•J2 467 K to 469 K

22| 470 K to 474 K

26 475 K to 479 K

28 480 K to 481 K



To WtloUl bOU



Katt?. AmountlUiscount Premium Nctproc'ds



April


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