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188,910 66


200.381 36


6.907.027 38


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190,000


9,445 08


199,445 98


250.409 07


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220,498 61


228.885 52


5.577.710 50


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11,024 09


251.024 93


217,334 27


5.346,665 57


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841,551 94


805,256 71


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252,077 56


192.652 83


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12,603 87


263.0OS87


179.928 64


4.500,458 90


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960,000


13,130 19


273.130 19


165.866 13


4.317.328 71


1871,


270,000


13,656 50


283,656 SO


151,683 31


4.033,666 81


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14.182 89


294,188 82


170.974 10


3.7?9.48S 39


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290.000.


14,709 14


304,709 14


121.738 71


3.434.774 85


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315,235 45


105.970 44


3,119,588 80



Thus in 1874, the Public Debt, by this gradual process of reduc*
tion, will be diminished to the sum of 83,119,538 80, and of this
sum two millions are estimated as 2i per cent, slocks.

The Revenue Laws of the State i^equire some important modifica-
tions, and the first is the adoption of some system to equalize the as*
tessment of property. The mprit of any system of taxation is its
equality. It should bear upon all alike. The poor man has no con-
cealments in his cabin, or upon his farm. His all is exposed to the
examination of the assessor, who is able to estimate to the fraction
of a dollar, the value of this particular class of pmperty, while his
aeighbor has well filled coffers, lined with evidences of wealth, which
escape the knowledge of the officer. The true system i^ to value all
veal and personal estate, rights, credits, moneys, and effects, at their
actual cash value.

This system wnjn brought into practical operation in the State of
Ohio in the year 1847, and the following table will show its results:



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1844


•107,142,158
108,185,744
109,040,036
396,796.730
330,905,273
335,839,311


•29,000,514
35,974,725
40,960j60S
83,964,430
90,072.718
95X00,074


•136,142,066
144, 60,469
150,901,331
410,763,160
421,067,901
430,839^66


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1846.


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The system met with great opposition in Ohio, in its inceptioUi
but all are now convinced of its wisdom and justice. Besides equal*
iziDg the Taloe of property, it added to the list of taxables more than
two hundred per cent. Its effects here would be less striking, but it
would increase the amount of taxables on the duplicate at least fifty
miU'ons of dollars. As no general appraisement has been made since
1846, it is believed that no more favorable time could be found for
its commencement, if deemed advisable by the Legislature.

Even under the present law, there is either ^reat difficulty 10
reaching certain descriptions of property, or remissness on the part
of the listing officers. For the year 1S50 the whole amount of cor-
poration stock assessed is only $286,516, and in but thirteen coun-
ties is there any returned. The inequality of this assessment is seen
in the example of the counties of Marion and Marshall. Marion
tounty isasssessed with $11,349 corporation stock, and Marshall with
$11,885, while Marion has 3,454 taxable polls and Marshall but 785.
There should certainly be some provisions for taxing this description
of property, that would obviate this irregularity. The value of
property b constant! v changing, and there should be at least, a bien-
nial appraisement of the entitle property, real and personal, in the
State.

A large amount of State Revenue returned delinquent for non-
payment, is annually lost, and the law furnishes no means of ascer-
taining whether the fault be in the negligence of the collectors, or
the inability of the tax-payers. Statement No. Ill, in the appendix
Is soHioined for the purpose of showing this delinquency for a single
year, 1848. The table shows as follows:

Total delinquency for 1848, $75,487 23

Total collections, 46,885 64

Balance uncollected, $28,601 59



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The extent of thb loss may be seen by a comparison with oor
sister state, Ohio.

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1,006,001 99
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1,131,398 14
1,365,760 96


$939,358 79
973,507 47
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1,114,387 61
],32?,001 54


$19,743 84
33,498 n
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This sum of f 158,655 63 includes the delinquency, Treasurem*
fees, erroneous assessments, &c., amounting to at least $100,000
making the entire delinquency uncollected about one per cent.

Statement of Taxes in Indiana.



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$306,536 11
323,054 82
425,380 94
461,904 44
493,n8 34


$15,9W) 31
15,702 65
80,809 04
23,754 67
27,800 46


r267,?25 70
290,100 05
356,515 61
406,781 89

432,283 78


$33,960 10
17,8SB 13
47,956 29
33,517 88
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$102;297 13


1 $1,758,946 96


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This shows a total of delinquencies uncollected of $155,140 49, or
an average of 31,028 11 per annum. It is believed that under pro-

ger enactments one-half of this sum may be annually saved to the
tate.

The practice varies in different counties in regard to the Treasur-
er's per centage for the collection of Road Tax. The Revenue offi-^
cers are at best inadequately remunerated for their labors and re*
sponsibilities, and I can see no good reason for compelling them to
perform this service gratuitously. The law at least should be intel-
ligible.

The mileage to be allowed County Treasurers in making their

annual settlements, and to Sheriffs for conveying convicts to the

State's Prison, if fixed by Law, would relieve the accounting officers

from much responsibility and produce uniformity in the charges for

' such services.

The reports required in Sections, 100 to 103, and Sec. 115, Chap*
13, Revised Statutes, have been received from the following counties
oniy, within the last fiscal year, to-wit : Bartholomew, Brown, Car-



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roll, Crawrord, Delaware, Daviess, Gibson, Greene, Grant, Hen-
dricks, Honry, Harrison, Jay, J^nnin^, Johnson, Lake, Laporte,
Marion, Orange, Perry, Parke, Ripley, Steuben, Vanderburgh, War-
ren, Warrif.k, Washington, Wayne, Whitley.

Sec. 103, Chap. 13, in) poses a heavy penalty for neglecting to
make these reports, but it appears to have been wholly disregarded
in two-thirds of the counties in the State. The reports should be
made punctually from all the counties or they are of no value to thb
office.



TABULAR STATBMBim.

The Tabular Statements in the Appendix are as follows:

No. L Showing the Assessment of Taxes for 1849, for State»
County, Road, School, Township and other purposes.

No. H. Showing the amount of Taxes returned Delinquent for
die year 1849.

No. III. Showing the amount of State Revenue returned delin-
quent for 1848, and the amount thereof collected in 1849.

No. IV. Showing the settlement with county Tk'easurers, in de-
tail, for collections of State Revenue for 1849.

The footings of this statement are as follows:

Amount of Tax assessed for 1849, $509,331 30

Atnount assessied by Tfea^urers, 3,315 73

Amount of Delinquency collected, 46,074 31

Over charges, 4 00

Total charge, $558,725 34

CRBDITB.

Amount returned Delinquent, $88,195 89

Brroneons assessnnmts, 3,390 39

Treasurer's Fees, 18,938 29

Taxes Refunded,- •••• 1,114 74

Taxes paid at the State Treasury, 122 86

Printing, 654 95

Mileage, 1,416 89

Net balance due Treasury, 444,892 00

$558,725 34



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' The amount of ReVeaue actually paid in is as follows :

By the Branches of the State Bank, to-wit:

Evansville Branch, $434 97

Lawrenceburgh Branch, 529 46

Vincennes Branch, 301 78

Lafayette Branch, 594 22

Indianapolis Branch, 477 71

New Albany Branch, 479 05

Fort Wayne Branch, 172 39

Richmond Branch, 444 69

Terre Haute Branch, 361 60

Bedford Branch, 173 32

Madison Branch, 656 74

Michigan City Branch, 472 50

South Bend Branch, 117 90

$5,216 33

Paid by County Treasurers, 445,265 43

$450,481 76



Overpayments by County Treasurers.

Blackford county, refunded, $65 14

Parke county, refunded. 1,000 00

Pike county, 179 50

Total, $1,244 64

The following balances were due from Treasurers Oct. 31, 1850:

Delaware county, $2 53

Martin county, 50 00

Shelby county, 803 38

fit. Joseph county, • 13 25

Washington county, 2 00

Total, $871 16



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Statement No. V. exhibits the number of acres of Land, and Polls
assessed for 1850, with the value of Lands, Improvements, Town
Lots and buildings, Corporation stock, and personal property, for
said year, ia all the counties in the State, with the exception of
Elkhart county from which no returns have been received. The
ratnms from Elkhart county for 1849 ai*e included in the footings
of the Table, which are as fellows :



Number of Acres of Land assessed for 1850,*



17,025,1M



Valuation*

7alue of Lands without improvements, $59,314,861

Value of Improvements, 25,414,851

Value of Town Lots and Buildings, 16,140,540

Value^of Corporation Stock, 286,516

Value of Pewonal Property, 36,276,797

Total Valuation, $137,443,565

Number of Polls assessed for 1850, 149,986

The Increase over the assessment of 1849 is as follows:

Acres of Land assessed, 141,539



Increased Valuation.

Value of Lands, $565,208

Value of Improvements, • • • • 815,551

Value of Town Lots and Buildings, 897^13

Value of Corporation Stock, 164,152

Value of Personal Property, 1,571,781

To tal Increase ,> $4,014,504

Increase in Polls, • 6,266



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Statdineiil No. VL exhibits the emouDt of Thxm mmmei for
1860» the fooltogB of which are as follows;

Amouat of Sute tax for IBS'), •571,512 74

Amount of County tax for IS50|- 453,809 34

Amount of Road tax for 1850, 147,500 03

Amount school tax, 1^,641 33

Township and other taxes, 32,239 24

Delinqjent taxes, 18S,540 99

Total taxes, $1,5194243 56



Increased Assessment of State tax over 1849,-



$61,882 2S



Statement No. YII. exhibits the names of the Borrowers of the
several Trust Funds, with the date of mortgages, and amount
Itaoed.

All of which is respectfully submitted,

E. W. H. ELLIS,
Auditor of l^te.



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STATEMENT NO. III.

Showing the amount of State Revenue Delinquent for 1848, and the
amount thereof collected in 1849.



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Jtmount OolUctid.



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9 , Allen,

Bartholomew,
Beoton,
Blackford. •
Boone,
Brown,

CaiToll, - .
Caw, -
Clark, . •
Clay, . .
Clinton, •
Crawford, •
Daviess, •
Dearborn, •
Decatur, •
Dekalb,
Delaware,
Dubois,
Elkhart, •
Fayette,
Floyd,
Fountain, -
Franklin, -
Fulton,
Gibson, •
Grant, -
Greene, •
Hamilton, •
•Hancock,-
Harrison, •
Hendricks,
Henry, -
Howard, •
Hnntin^n,
Jackson, •
Jasper,- -

Jefferson,
Jennings, •
Johnson,
Knox,
Kosciatko, •

Laporte, «
Lawrence, •
Madison, • •
Marion,
Marshall,- .
MarUn, -
Miami, • -
Monroe,
Montgomery, •
Morgan,
Noble,
Ohio, ■ .
Orange, •
Owen, -
Pfcrke, . .
Perry, -
Pike,. - .
Porter,.
Posey, - .
Pnlasii, .
Patnam, -
Ba»dolph, .
Ripley, . .



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765 09

40 86

399 15

1,055 70

964 55

1,145 00

1,464 91

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584 39

1,089 71

337 69

1,071 97

960 00

730 36

775 38

588 58

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1,506 46

384 59

898 60

1,609 43

611 73

328 50

181 43

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959 94

1,486 63

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474 66

611 49

669 10

740 66

687 14

999 49

613 90

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1,696 05

1,333 18

887 10

170 39

515 54

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1,909 47

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766 85
931 99
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589 70
470 47
575 49
965 55

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793 89

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500 18
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694 77
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Statement No. III. — Showing the amount of State Revenue Delinquent
1848, and the amount thereof collected. — Continued.



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Scott, .
Shelby,- -
Spencer,
Sullivan, -
Steuben,
St. Joseph,-
Switzerland,
Tippecanoe,
Tipton, -
Union,
Vanderburgh,
Vermillion,
Vigo, - -
Wabash, -
Warren,
W^arrick, •
Washington,
Wavne, -
Weils, .
White, .
Whitley,

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5?6 19

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661 39
904 46
573 87
936 14
284 94

3,453 43
269 83
166 25
634 03
716 31
935 98
547 05
467 36
133 85
281 27

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670 18
S75 45
300 19

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835 88
439 56
899 53
416 77
701 77

60 31

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820 13

88 59
259 51
340 93
365 11
369 18
838 34

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709 48
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STATEMENT NO. IV.



Shouxing the Seilkment with CourUy Treasurers in dtlail, for collec-
tions of State Revenue for 1849.



DR.



Wm. Tboct, JiMditcr.



Amonnt of Duplicate,.



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