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Coupon No. 35.
Coupon No. 36-
Coupon No. 37-
Coupou No. 38.



State Capitol Bonds 1870.



Coupon No. 24.
Cou])on No. 25-
Coupon No. 26 -
Coupon No. 27.
Coupon No. 28-



State Capitol Bonds 1872.



Coupon No. 20-
Coupon No. 21.
Coupon No. 22 _
Coupon No. 23 .
Coupon No. 24.



Soldiers' Relief Bonds.



Coupon No. 37.
Coupon No. 38.
Coupon No. 39.



Funded Debt of 1873.



Coupon No. 18.
Coupon No. 19.
Coupon No. 20.
Coupon No. 21.
Coupon No. 22.
Coupon No. 23.



$70 00
35 00

385 00
35 00
70 00

280 00
52,500 00



$52,500 00
52,500 00



8,750 00



8,750 00



3,.342 50



315 00
80,940 00



Swamp Land District No. 5 Bonds.
Coupons Nos. IS, 19,20, and 21..



8 26



8,750 00
8,750 00
8,750 00
8,750 00



3,342. 50
3,342 50



80,940 00
80,940 00
80,940 00
80,940 00



10.803 47



8,750 00
8,750 00
8,750 00
8,750 00



Totals ! $155,480 76



$516,248 47



$210 00

52,395 00

51,940 00

52,360 00



8,750 00
8,750 00
8,750 00
8,750 00



8,750 00
8,750 00
8,750 00
8,750 00



3,3J2 50
3,342 60
3,342 50



315 00

80,865 00

80,925 00

80,925 00

80,775 00



10,803 47



$571,540 97



$70 00

35 00

385 00

35 00

70 00

70 00

105 00

560 00

140 00



8,750 00



8,750 00



75 00

15 00

15 00

165 00

80,940 00



8 26



$100,188 26



20

I, Wm. A. January, Treasurer of the State of California, do hereby
certify that the appropriation for postage, expressage, and contingent
expenses has been expended as follows:

To amount expende(i by Hon. John Weil, per vouchers on file in office of Controller

of state, from July 1, 1882, to January 9, 1883 $80 90

To postage and expressage from January 9, 1883, to June 30, 1883 26 95

To Post Office box rent from January 9, 1883, to June 30, 1883 3 00

To towels for office from January 9, '1883, to June 30,1883 94

To subscription to newspapers from January 9, 1883, to June 30, 1883 19 95

To Capital Ice Company from January 9, 1883. to June 30, 1883 1 75

To Post Office keys from January 9, 1883, to June 30, 1883 1 00

To postage and expressage from .July 1, 1883, to June 30, 1884 65 00

To Post Office box rent from July 1, 1883, to June 30, 1884 6 00

To subscription to newspapers from July 1, 1883, to June 30, 1884 54 40

To washing towels from July 1, 1883, to June 30, 1884 l 6 00

To Capital Ice Company from July 1, 1883, to June 30, 1884 8 96

Total - $274 85

WM. A. JANUARY.

Subscribed and sworn to before me, this sixth day of September,
1884.

W. S. Leake,
[seal.] Deputy Clerk Supreme Court.



CALIFORNIA.



BIENNIAL REPORT



STATE CONTROLLER



34tli Fiscal Year ending June 30, 1883,



35th Fiscal Year ending June SO, 1884.




SACRAMENTO:

STATE OFFICE JAMES J. AYERS, SUPT. STATE PRINTING.

1884.



121



STATEMENT No. 27.
Contingent Expenses of the Senate, Twenty-fifth Legislature — Regular Session.



For What Purposes Expended.








$168 00


446


80


12,201


16


500


00


10


00


600


00


65


00


3


GO


1,786


80


309


90


764


60


3,580


78


360


00


328


00


1,803


36


200


00


28


80


57


40


40


00


24


75


30


00


41


65


150


00


$23,500


00



Officers of the Senate— temporary organization...
Employes of the Senate — temporary organization

Extra clerks and attaches

Postage stamps for members

Post Office box rent

Forty sets of Codes

Hack hire for inauguration ceremonies

Packing water filter

Mileage of committees

Engrossing

Phonographic reporter

Contested election expenses — Brooks vs. Steele

Per diem J. M. Brooks

Per diem L. W. Buck

Contested election expenses — Buck vs. Dudley .-.

Compiling history of Senate Bills

Ice

Gasfitting, etc.

Cleaning and repairing clock

Repairing locks

Washing towels

Repairing furniture

Services of clerks after adjournment

Total



STATEMENT No. 28.
Contingent Expenses of the Assembly, Twenty-fifth Legislature— Regular Session.

For What Purposes Expended. ' Amo



Extra clerks and attaches — temporary organization

Postage stamps for members

Locks and postage for Sergeant-at-Arms ■

Post Office box rent

Extra clerks and attaches

Purchase of table

Engrossing

Expenses inauguration of Governor

Remodeling Secretary's desk of Assembly

Phonographic reporter

Expenses of investigating committee (harbor front matters)

Telegraphing

Compiling bills and resolutions ^

Contested election expenses — Dozier vs. Barnes

Committee mileage

Repairing furniture

Ice *

Attending and repairing clocks

Globes, etc.

Services of clerks at desk, after adjournment

Incidental expenses of Sergeant-at-Arms

Witness fees and mileage — State vs. M. P. Wiggin, Superior Judge

Total



$506


60


1,454


74


25


00


10


00


13,510


80


12


50


666


30


50


00


15


00


657


40


157


80


7


30


175


00


1,803


36


2,295


90


37


75


24


00


30


00


89


70


198


00


60


00


270


00


$22,057


15



9



122



STATEMENT No. 29.
Contingent Expenses of the Senate, Twenty-Jifth Legislature — Extra Session.



Foe What Pceposes Expended.



Extra clerks and attaches

Postage for members

Mileage (A. T. Vogelsang)

Postage (Judiciary Committee)

Fifty Political Codes

Transcribing testimony (Judiciary Committee)

Telegraphing (Judiciary Committee)

Washing towels

Repairing locks

Ice

Extra clerks and attaches (extra services)

Postmistress (services after adjournment)

Total



$4,740


50


400


00


16


80


3


00


125


00


261


25


3


20


10


00


28


50


21


60


854


00


12


00



$6,475 85



STATEMENT No. 30.
Contingent Expenses of the Assembly, Tioenty-Jifth Legislature — Extra Session.



Foe What Pueposes Expended.



Extra clerks and attaches

Engrossing

Mileage of officers and clerks

Post OflBce box rent

Repairing locks on desks and postage stamps for Sergeant-at-Arms.

Bookbinding

Stationeiy for members

Investigating delinquent tax suits

Chairs



Clerks (extra services after adjournment)
Total



Amount.




$5,126


00


134


40


171


20


10


00


25


00


8


00


1,886


84


31


50


216


00


396


00



$8,004 94



123



STATEMENT No. 31.



Estimate of Expenditures for the Thirty- seventh and Thirty-eighth Fiscal Years, ending June 30,

1887.



Fob What Purpose.



Amount.



Legislative Department.

Per diem and mileage of Lieutenant-Governor and Senators-

Per diem and mileage of Assemblymen

Pay of officers and clerks of the Senate

Pay of officers and clerks of the Assembly

Contingent expenses of the Senate

Contingent expenses of the Assembly



Judicial Department.

Salaries of Justices of the Supreme Court ^

State portion of salaries of Judges of Superior Courts

Salary of Clerk of the Supreme Court

Salaries of Deputy Clerks of the Supreme Court

Salajy of Reporter of Decisions of the Supreme Court

Salary of Deputy Reporter of Decisions of Supreme Court

Salaries of Secretaries to Justices of Supreme Court

Salaries of Bailiffs and for performing the work of Porters of

Supreme Court

Pay of Porter for office of Clerk of Supreme Court

Postage and contingent expenses of Supreme Court

Postage and contingent expenses of Clerk of Supreme Court. _.
Expenses of Supreme Court under Section 47, Code of Civil

Procedure



For Governor's Office.

Salary of Governor

Salary of Private Secretary

Salary of Executive Secretary

Pay of Porter

Special Contingent Fund (secret service) __
Postage, expressage, telegraphing, etc.



For Secretary of State's Office.

Salary of Secretary of State

Salary of Deputy Secretary of State

Salar3'^ of Bookkeeper

Salaries of clerks

Pay of Porter

Postage, expressage, and telegraphing

Contingent expenses



For Coyitroller's Office.

Salary of Controller

Salary of Deputy Controller

Salary of Bookkeeper

Salaries of clerks

Pay of Porter

Postage, expressage, and telegraphing

Contingent expenses

Traveling expenses



For Treasurer's Office.

Salary of Treasurer

Salary of Deputy Treasurer

Salarv of clerk



$21,000 00



40,700


00


6.000


00


6,200


00


12,000


00


18,000


00


$84,000


00


235,000


00


6.000


00


18,000


00


5.000


00


4,800


00


6,400


00


4,800


00



600 00
300 00
500 00

32,000 00



$12,000 00
6,000 00
4,000 00
1,200 00
5,000 00
1,000 00



$6,000 00
4,800 00
3,200 00



$6,000 00
4.800 00
4,000 00
7,400 00

600 00
3,000 00

200 00



$6,000 00

4,800 00

4.000 00

9,600 00

600 00

1,000 00

5,200 00

1,000 00



$103,900 00



397,400 00



29,200 00



26,000 00



32,200 00



Amount carried forward.



$588,700 00



124



Estimate of Expenditures — Continued.



For What Purpose.



Amount brought forward

Salaries of Watchmen

Pay of Porter

Postage, expressage, and contingent expenses.

For Attorney- General's Office.



Salary of Attorney-General

Salary of Deputy Attorney-Geueral

Pay of Porter

Postage, expressage, and contingent expenses

Traveling expenses

Costs and ex2)enses of suits wherein State is a party in interest -

For Surveyor- General's Office.

Salary of Surveyor-General

Salary of Deputy Surveyor-General

Salary of clerks in office of Surveyor-General and Register of

State Land Office

Pay of Porter

Postage and expressage

Contingent expenses

Purchase of and copying maps



Traveling expenses of Surveyor- General and Attorney-General,
when engaged in contests between the State and the United
States, in relation to public lands



For Office of Siqoerintendent of Public Instruction.

Salary of Superintendent of Public Instruction

Salary of Deputy Superintendent of Public Instruction-
Salary of clerk

Pay of Porter

Postage and expressage

Contingent expenses

Traveling exjienses



For State Library.



Salary of State Librarian
Salaries of two deputies-.
Pay of Porter

Postage and expressage _.



For Military Purposes.

Salary of Adjutant-General

Salary of Assistant Adjutant-General

Pay of Porter

Postage and expressage

Care of State Armory, cleaning and transportation of arms, and
traveling and contingent expenses

Armory rents and other expenses of the National Guard



For Office of State Engineer.



Salary of State Engineer.
Salary of Secretary



For State Printing Office.



Salary of Superintendent of State Printing Office

Support of State Printing Office, including pay of employes.



Amount carried forward.



$4,800 00
fiOO 00
300 00



$6,000 00

4,800 00

300 00

200 00

1,000 00

8,000 00



$6,000 00

4,800 00

9,600 00

600 00

600 00

200 00

800 00



$6,000 00
3,600 00
3,200 00

400 00
1,600 00

200 00
3,000 00



$6,000 00

7,200 00

1,800 00

400 00



$6,000 00

3,600 00

600 00

* 300 00

1,500 00

150,000 00



§12,000 00
4,800 00



$4,800 00
145,000 00



$588,700 00



19,700 00



20,300 00



22,600 00
1.000 00



18,000 00



15,400 oa



162,000 00



16,800 00



149,800 00



$1,014,300 00



CONTENTS.



A

Page

Apportionment of receipts 10

C

Conclusion 31

Comparison of receipts and expenditures 11

D

Disbursements 10

Deficiencies in appropriations for the 34th and 35th fiscal years 31

Defalcations 28

E

Estimates of expenditures — General Fund 26

Estimates of expenditures — School Fund 26

Estimates of expenditures — Interest and Sinking Fund 27

Expenditi^res for postage, expressage, and contingent expenses, office Controller, for 34th

and 36tn fiscal years 32-33

F

Fund — General 12

Fund— School 13

Fund — State School Land 16

Fund — Interest and Sinking 15

Fund — University 17

Fund — Drainage Construction 18

Fund— State Mining Bureau 27

Fiscal year payments of taxes 27

o

Official fees 30

R

Receipts 9

Railroad taxation 21

s

state debt 19

Supplies for State officers 30

T

Transportation of convicts and insane 20



APPENDIX.



Statement No. 1.

Page

Receipts for the 34th fiscal year, ending June 30, 1883 36-38

Statement No. 2.
Receipts for the 35th fiscal year, ending June 30, 18S4 39-41

Statement No. 3.
Expenditures for the 34th fiscal year, ending June 30, 1883 42-57

Statement No. 4.
Expenditures for the 35th fiscal year, ending June 30, 1884 58-74

Statement No. 5.
Condition of the several funds at the close of the 34th fiscal year, ending June 30, 1883. 75

Statement No. 6.
Condition of the several funds at the close of the 35th fiscal year, ending June 30, 1884. 76

Statement No. 7.
Condition of the several funds for the 34th and 3oth fiscal years 77-87

Statement No. 8.

Eeceipts and apportionnaent of school moneys for the 34th fiscal year, ending June 30,

1883 88-89

State.ment No. 9.

Receipts and apportionment of school monej's for the 35th fiscal vear, ending June 30,

1884 -, 1 90-91

Statements Nos. 10, 11, 12, 13.

Relative to the assessments of railroads by the State Board of Equalization, amount of

tax paid, and amount delinquent », 92-99

Statement No. 14.
Amount charged Tax Collectors for the year 1882 100-101

Statement No. 15.

Amount charged Tax Collectors for the year 1883 (being exclusive of tlie taxes due

upon railroads assessed by the State Board of Equalization) 102-103

Statement No. 16.

Amounts of State tax levied, amounts collected, and amounts delinquent in the several
counties, for and on account of property tax of 1882, on the thirtieth day of June,
1884 '. 104



Statemf.xt No. 17.

Page
Amounts of State tax levied, amounts collected, and amounts delinquent in the several
counties, for and on account of property tax of 1883, on the thirtieth day of June.
1884 105

Statement No. 18.
Delinquent taxes charged Tax Collectors for the year 1882 106-107

Statkment No. 19.
Delinquent taxes charged Tax Collectors for the year 1883 108-109

Statement No. 20.

Commissions and mileage allowed for assessing, auditing, collecting, and paying in

State taxes for the 34th fiscal year, ending June 30, 1883 110-111

Statement No.* 21.

Commissions and mileage allowed for assessing, auditing, collecting, and paying in

State taxes for the 35lh fiscal year, ending June 30, 1884 112-113

Statement No. 22.

Amounts paid into State Treasury from estates of deceased persons during 34th fiscal

year, ending June 30, 1883 114

Statement No. 23.

Amounts paid into State Treasury from estates of deceased persons during 35th fiscal

year, ending June 30, 1884 115

Statement No. 24.
Financial condition of the several counties for the year 1883 116-117

Statement No. 25.
Financial condition of the several counties for the year 1SS2 118-119

Statement No. 26.

Valuation of real and personal property, and the rate of taxatiou on each Imndred
dollars, from the organization of the State Government to and including the vear
1SS4 ^ '-.- 120

Statement No. 27.
Contingent expenses of the Senate, twenty-fifth session of Legislature, regular session. 121

Statement No. 28.
Contingent expenses of the Assembly, twenty-fifth session of Legislature, regular session. 1 21

Statement No. 29.
Contingent expenses of the Senate, twenty-fifth session of Legislature (extra session)— 122

Statement No. 30.
Contingent expenses of the Assembly, twenty-fifth session of Legislature (extra session). 122

Statement No. 31.
Estimate of expenditures for the 37th and 38th fiscal years, ending June 30, 1887 123-126



ERRATA.

On page 12, in line " Borrowed from other Funds," for $38,000 read $380,000.
On page 57, amount for " Payment of Rewards," should read $9,376 39, in place of $9,376 30.
On page 98, fourth column, opposite " Solano," read $868,437 00, in place of $768,437 00.
On page 99, fourth column, opposite "Totals," read $36,325,000 00, in place of $36,225,000 00.



125



Estimate of Expenditures — Continued.



For What Purpose.



Amount brought forward

For State Board of Health.

Salary of Secretary of State Board of Health

Mileage and contingent expenses

To prevent introduction of contagious and infectious diseases.

For Office of Insurance Commissioner.
Salary of Insurance Commissioner



Salary of clerk.

Eent, printing, and contingent expenses



For Board of Railroad Commissioners.

Salaries of Eailroad Commissioners

Salary of Secretary

Salary of Bailiff

Salary of Stenographer

Traveling expenses of Eailroad Commissioners, and other per-
sons in their employ, when traveling in the performance of
their official duties

Office rent

Fuel, lights, postage, expressage, and other incidental expenses.

For State Board of Equalization.
Salaries of members of State Board of Equalization



Salary of clerk.

Pay of Porter

Traveling expenses

Postage, expressage, telegraphing, and contingent expenses



Pay of employes of State Capitol building and grounds

Salary of Guardian of Yosemite Valley

Traveling expenses Board of Commissionei-s of Yosemite Valley .

Traveling expenses of State Board of Education

Services of Eegisters and Eeceivers of United States Land Office-
Education and care of deaf, dumb, and blind



$5,000 00
2,500 00
1,000 00



$6,000 00
3,200 00
4,000 00



$24,000 00
4,800 00
2,400 00
3,000 00



1,000 00
1,800 00
1.200 00



$24,000 00

4,800 00

600 00

4.500 00

1,000 00



$1,014,300 00



8,500 00



13,200 00



38,200 00



34,900 00

37.800 00

3,000 00

2,000 00

500 00

500 00

80,000 00



For Insane Asylums.

Support of Insane Asylum at Stockton

Support of Insane Asylum at Xapa

Transportation of insane



For State Friso)is.

Support of State Prison at San Quentin..

Support of State Prison at Folsom

Transportation of prisoners



$360,000 00

370,000 00

57.000 00



$260,000 00

170,000 00

45.000 00



For State Normal Schools.

Support of State Normal School at San Jose

Support of Branch State Normal School at Los Angeles

Miscellaneous.

Payment of rewards offered hj Governor ^^_..

Eewards for arrest and conviction of highway robbers

Arresting criminals without the limitsof the State

"Water for irrigation, purchase of hose. and implements to be
used on State Capitol building and grounds



$80,000 00
30,000 00



Amount carried forward.



$4,000 00
5,000 00
4,000 00

3,000 00



787,000 00



475,000 00



110,000 00



$2,604,900 00



126



EsTiMATK OK Expp:nditurks — Contiuued.



Fob What Purpose.



Total.



Amount brought forward

Water to be used. in State Capitol building

Eepairs of State Capitol building and furniture, and purchase of
carpets

Stationery, fuel, lights, etc., for Legislature and State ofiScers -_.

Purchase of ballot paper

Official advertising

Payment of interest on .$100,000 to Hastings College of Law

Annual reimbursement of University of California

Restoration and preservation of fish in the waters of the State..
Official advertising



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dof
d of
dof
dof
dof
dof
dof
dof
dof
dof
dof
dof
dof



State Agricultural Society

District Agricultural Society, No. 1 -
District Agricultural Society, No. 2..
District Agricultural Society, No. 3._
District Agricultural Society, No. 4..
District Agricultural Society, No. 5..
District Agricultural Society, No. 6.-
District Agricultural Society, No. 7..
District Agricultural Society, No. 8..
District Agricultural Society, No. 9..
District Agricultural Societ}', No. 10.
District Agricultural Society, No. 11.
District Agricultural Society, No. 12.
District Agricultural Society, No. 1.3.



For orphans, half orphans, abandoned children, foundlings,
and aged persons in indigent circumstances



$1,200 00

5,000 00
25,000 00

6,000 00

1,500 00
14,000 00

9,570 00
10,000 00

1,500 00



$15,000 00
4,000 00
3,000 00
3,000 00
3,000 00
2,400 00
2.400 00
2,400 00
2,400 00
1,600 00
1,600 00
2,400 00
1,600 00
3,000 00



$2,604,900 00



89,770 00



47,800 00
415,000 00



Office, of the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Salary of Commissioner

Salary of Deputy

Stationery and contingent expenses

Office rent



Office of the State Board of Horticulture.

For uses of the State Board of Horticulture

For three months, ending June 30, 1SS5



Office of the Board of State Viticultural Commission.
For uses of the Board



Office of the State Board of Silk Culture.

For uses of the Board

For three months, ending June 30, 1885



S4,800 00
3,000 00
1,000 00
1,200 00



$10,000 00
1,250 00



$5,000 00
625 00



Care of State Burial Ground



Total General Fund estimates

Total School Fund estimates

Total Interest and Sinking Fund estimates



Total estimated cost of State government for the 37th and
3Sth fiscal years



10,000 00

11,250 00
20,000 00



5,625 00
200 00



$3,204,545 00

3.299,408 00

700,000 00



$7,203,953 00



REPORT



State of California, Controller's Department, \
Sacramento, November 1, 1884. j

To Hon. George Stoneman, Governor of California:

Sir: As required by law, I have the honor, herewith, to submit the
report of this department for the thirty-fourth fiscal year, ending June
30, 1883, and the thirty-fifth fiscal year, ending June 30, 1884, embra-
cing exhibits showing the receipts and disbursements in support of
the State Government, the condition of the several funds of the Treas-
ury, and such other information as is made the duty of the Controller
to report upon.

Tabulated statements showing in detail the various transactions,
will be found under proper headings in the Appendix, and properly
indexed.



STATE TREASURY.

The following comparative exhibits show the Controller's ledger
balances of the several funds, the amount of outstanding Avarrants,
and balances, the aggregate of which show the total amount of money
in the State Treasury at the close of the fiscal years ending June 30,
1883, and June 30, 1884; also, the excess of money in the Treasury at
the close of the latter over the former vear:



Controller's Ledger Balances.



Debit.



Credit.



Amount of
Warrants Out-
standing.



Balance in
State Treasury.



General Fund

School Fund

Interest and Sinking Fund

State Drainage Construction Fund

Construction Fund, Drainage District

No. 1

state Prison Building Fund

State School Land Fund

State University Fund

Library Fund

Leprosy Fund

Supreme Court Library Fund

Consolidated Perpetual Endowment

Fund of University

Interest and Sinking Fund, Levee

District No. 5

San Francisco Harbor Improvement

Fund

Mining Bureau Fund

War Bond Fund

Railway Tax Fund

Estates of Deceased Persons Fund

Election Reward Fund

Swamp Land District No. 1

Swamp Land District No. 2

Swamp Land District No. 17

Swamp Land District No. 18

Swamp Land District No. 41

Swamp Land District No. 45

Swamp Land District No. 46

Swamp Land District No. 49

Swamp Land District No. 51

Swamp Land District No. 59



$3,536 88



Total amount in State Treasury,
exclusive of Coupon Accounts

Recapitulation.

Controller's ledger balance

Less debit balance (fund overdrawn).

Warrants outstanding



$55,038 70
221,757 54
270,443 47



$65,272 81
355 33



11,322 88

4 23

374,923 07 !

5.710 47 j

10,996 35

20.236 90 i

411 27 I

64,550 40

8 26



46,559 81
9,725 87



200 00



34,558


38


782


69


8,382 03

1,857 10

26,542 56

1,378 02

142 49


883


30


8


00


691


52




44


9


85


5


24


18


70


34


08


27


29



3,909 92



363 09



$120,311 51

222,112 87

270,443 47

43,022 93

21,048 75

4 23
375,123 07

5,710 47

10,996 35

20,236 90

411 27

64,550 40

8 26

138,468 30

782 69

8,382 03

1,857 10

26,542 56

1,378 02

142 49

883 30

8 00
691 52

44

9 85

5 24
18 70
34 08

390 38



$3,536 88



$1,210,725 23 I $126,386 83



$1,210,725 23
3,536 88



$1,333,575 18



$1,207,188 35
126,386 83



Total cash in State Treasury I ; $1,333,575 18



Total amount in the several Coupon
Accounts



$100,180 00



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS.



The following summary shows the principal sources of revenue, the
several funds to which the receipts were apportioned, together with
the total amount of disbursements, details of which will be found in
the Appendix, Statements 1, 2, 3, 4.



RECEIPTS.



From What Source.



Tliirty-fourth
Fiscal Year.



Thirty-fifth
Fiscal Year.



Property Tax

Stote Poll Tax

State School Lauds, 500,000 acres, principal-



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