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fourth fiscal year (Julv 1, 1882), was $8,446 97. The amount on hand
at the end of the thirty-fifth fiscal year (June 30, 1884), was $13,071 61,
or $4,624 64 more paper stock on hand at the end of the biennial
term than at the beginning. If we should, therefore, as would be
proper in arriving at the real cost of the printing to the State, deduct
from the amount expended during the two years the items not strictly
chargeable to running printing account and the excess of stock on
hand at the end of the term over that on hand at the beginning, the
showing would be as follows:

Estimated value of the work done during the 34th and 35th fiscal years $144,425 73

The cost proper to the State 1 138,811 73

Excess of work over expenditure $5,614 00

This would leave a surplus to the credit of the State, in the shape
of stock on hand, printing material that will last for a number of
years, additions and repairs to machinery, and improvements added
to the premises of the State Printing Office.



STOCK ACCOUNT.



According to the last biennial report of my predecessor, the stock
on hand on the first of July, 1882, amounted to $8,446 97. There



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was purchased during the six months prior to my accession to the
office of Superintendent stock to the value of $16,211 14— making a
total of S24,542 35ng done last year, over that done in former years, for these
departments, will reach 815,659 71. But the tendency of work is on
the increase from all departments. This is readily accounted for
from the fact that the population of the State is rapidly increasing,
carrying with it an increase of business in all departments of the
Government.

The provisions of the new Constitution relating to the printing of
bills before the Legislature, very greatly increases the work of this
department during legislative sessions. Prior to the adoption of the
present Constitution, hills were rarely printed more than once, and
many bills were enacted into laws without reaching the printer at all
during the progress of their passage. Now all bills introduced must be
printed, and at every stage of their consideration, in both Houses,
they must be reprinted, if any amendments have been made. Hence
bills that are closely contested may be reprinted five or six times.
This was the case with a large number of bills at the last regular
session — some of them bills of enormous length, such as the Muni-
cipal Corporations bill, which made above two hundred and fifty
printed pages. It will be readily seen that this lavish amount of
printing necessarily greatly increases the expenses of this depart-
ment over former years. Nor is the money unwisely expended; for
the publicity which is given to every measure by its frequent printing
and distribution among the members and their constituencies, brings
legislation, in its progress through the two Houses, under the scru-
tiny of thousands of searching eyes, and renders it utterly impossible
that any bill can be tampered with during its passage or prior to its
submission to the Executive. During the era of manuscript legisla-
tion, it was frequently charged that laws had assumed very different
shapes when they appeared in the statute books from what they were
generally believed to be during their progress through the Legisla-
ture. Nothing of that kind can possibly happen under the present
sj'stem of frequent printing of every important bill.

In view of the fact that the people at the next election will vote
upon an amendment to the Constitution providing for the printing
of the text-books of the public schools by the State Printing Depart-
ment. I shall probably be called upon to make a supplemental report,
especially dealing with that interesting subject.

JAMES J. AYERS,
Superintendent State Printing.



REPORT



Trustees of the State Library



THIRTY-FOURTH AND THIRTY-FIFTH FISCAL YEARS,



Beginning July 1, 1882, and Ending June 30, 1884.




SACRAMENTO:

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

1884.



OFFICERS OF THE STATE LIBRARY.



BOARD OP TRUSTKES:

A. C. FREEMAN President.

HENRY EDGERTON, I, S. BELCHER,

MATT. F. JOHNSON, J. J. OWEN.

librarian:

TALBOT H. WALLIS.

DEPUTIES:

C. E. GUNN,

FRANK F. FREEMAN,

janitor:
BURT MERKINDOLLAR.



REPORT.



Sacramento, November 22, 1884.

To Ids Excellency George Stoneman, Governor of California :

Sir: I have the honor to transmit the report of the Trustees of the
State Librarvfor the thirty-fourth and thirty-fifth fiscal years, ending
June 30, 1884.

Very respectfully, your obedient servant,

TALBOT H. WALLIS,

State Librarian and Secretary of the Board of Trustees.



REPORT OF TRUSTEES OF THE STATE LIBRARY.



State Library, September 2, 1884.

To his Excellency George Stoneman, Governor of California:

The Trustees of the State Library respectfully submit the followiug
as their report for the thirty -fourth and thirty-fifth fiscal years, end-
ing June 30, 1884:

The total number of books in the library at the close of the thirty-
third fiscal year, ending June 30, 1882, was 54,460 volumes. The
total accessions during the past two fiscal years have been 3,050 vol-
umes, making a total of 57,510 volumes in the library at present.

In the purchase of so many of these as have not come by exchange
or donation, attention has been directed chiefly to the completion of
broken sets of books and the continuation of series in the course of
publication.

The interest lately manifested in Oriental languages, literature, and
religion has induced the purchase of a number of books relating to
those topics, and the total absence of homoeopathic works in the
library, and the prominence of the question of water supply to, and
drainage of cities and towns, has caused considerable additions to
be made to the medical, sanitary, and engineering departments.

We take pleasure in adding that the library is in good condition
and is still improving.

A. C. FREEMAN, President.
HENRY EDGERTON,
MATT. F. JOHNSON,
I. S. BELCHER,
J. J. OWEN,

Trustees.



statement

Showing in detail the Receipts and Expenditures from the Library Fund, from July \,18S2, to

June 30, 1884.

1882. Debits for Thirty-fourth Fiscal Year.

July 1 — To balance on hand at the close of the thirty-third fiscal year S146 45

July 3— To warrant 670 68

July 28— To warrant on P. and E. Fund 20 00

September 4 — To warrant 1,145 17

November 22— To Nevada State Library, for Indiana Reports, 61 to 71 37 50

November 29 — To warrant 665 75

1883.

January 6 — To warrant on P. and E. Fund 32 80

January 20— To warrant 517 32

March 22— To warrant on P. and E. Fund 72 66

March 28— Central Pacific Railroad Companv *3 30

April 2— Houaihton, Mifflin & Co .'_ _ 3 00

April 30— To warrant - 1,410 21

$4,724 84
* This amount of S3 30 was received as remittance on Voucher 121.



Credits fob Thirty-fourth Fiscal Ykar.



To Whom Paid.



No. of
Voucher. Amount.



For What Paid.



1882.

July 1..
July 1—
July 3-
July 3..
July 3..
July 3-.
July 3..
July 3._
July 3._
July 3-
July 3..
July 3..
July 5._
July 20.-
July 3.-
July 3._
July 3..
July 3..
July 3..
July 3..
July 3_.
July 3..
July 3-
July 3-.
July 3..
July 3..
July 3..
July 3..
July 3-.
July 3..
July 3-.
July 3-.
July 14..
July 14..
July 24..
July 24..
Aug. 12..
Aug. 14..
Sept. 14..
Sept. 4..
Sept. 4..
Sept. 4..
Sept. 4..
Sept. 4..
Sept. 4..
Aug. 14..
Sept. 4-.
Sept. 4..
Sept. 4..
Sept. 4..
Sept. 4..
Sept. 4_.
Sept. 4...
Oct. 4...
Sept. 5...
Sept. 5...
Sept. 5...
Sept. 5...
Sept. 5— -
Sept. 5...
Sept. 5...
Sept. 5. -
Sept. 5...



W. C. Hopping

John Lafferty

Sam. Kingsbury

Capitol Ice Company

J. Hoehn

J. McGuire

Locke & Lavenson

J. T. Bush

J. G. Davis

H. 0. White

M. E. Beard & Company

Wells, Fargo & Company

D. 0. Mills

E. F. Smith

W. J. Beatty

W. A. & C. S. Houghton

S. Wyatt

H. S. Crocker

D. G. Waldron

San Jose Mercury

W. T. Baggett & Company

Sumner Whitney & Company .

A. J. Hoflfman & Company

McMillan &: Company

A. E. Foote & Company

D. Van Kostrand

West Publishing Company

Carlton, McCarthy & Company.
A. A. Thomas

C. W. Butterfield

Wood k Company

Dodd, Mead & Company

Minnesota Hist. Company

Central Pacific Railroad Co. _..

D. 0. Mills & Company

Brumtsch <fe Wheeler

W. C. Hopping

Geo. I. Lytle

Geo. I. Lytle

A. L. Bancroft & Company

Dewey & Company

J. A. Hoffman

Sumner Whitney & Company .

Little, Brown & Company

Journal of Philology

W. C. Hopping

J. H. Vail

F. H. Thomas

Dodd, Mead & Company

North Am. Review

Wm. Wood & Company

D. Van Nortrand

Central Pacific Railroad Co. ...

F. Foster

H. Still (By S. W. Collins)

Telegraph Mills

G. H. Jost ,

W. F. Brown

G. C. Clark

A. Hathaway .

Capital Ice Company

D. 0. Mills & Co

W. C. Hopping.



Amount carried forward



30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
40
39
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
66
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90



$10 00



-Box rent and stamps

Cartage

Cartage

lee

Ice

Window "guards

Window shades

.Gas stove and tubing

Foot stool

Newspapers

Newspapers

Expressage

Drawing checks

Books

Books

Books

Books

Miscellaneous

Newspapers

Newspapers

Books

Books

Books

Books

Books

Books

Books

Books



1 00
3 00

2 60

2 80

6 00
11 50

3 50
2 50

13 80

7 80
13 85

1 50
9 00

2 50
92 56
33 50

4 62

5 00

6 60
9 00

189 00

109 37

6 00

16 47

23 57

43 50

2 00

2 75 Books

3 50 Books

33 00 I Books

6 39

5 00

6 25
25

16 25

10 00

6 00

3 90

444 20

20 00

16 20

29 00

257 08

3 00

70

33 36



5
6
1
1

1(
7

153 00
22 00
42 08
31 25
30 00

10 00

11 30
2 60
1 15

10 00



$1,879 27



Books

Books

Freight on books

Drawing checks

Custom House fees

Postage stamps

Books

Newspapers

Books

Newspapers

Books

Books

Books

Books

Postage on books

Books

Books

Books

Books

.J Books

Books

Freight

Binding

Books

Lumber for shelving

Labor and $1 25 for nails

Labor

Labor

Cleaning carpet

Ice

Drawing checks

Postage



Credits for Thirty-fourth Fiscal Year — Continued.



Date.



To Whom Paid.



1882.

Oct. 23..
Nov. 22-.
Dec. 2..
Dec. 2-.
Dec. 2-.



Dec.
Dec.



2...



Dec. 2.
Dec. 2-
Dec. 2.
Dec.
Dec. 2-
Dec. 2-
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.



2..

2..

2..

2-.
Dec. 2-.
Dec. 2_.
Dec. 2-.
Dec. 2..
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec. 2..
Dee. 2 .
Dec. 4..
Dec. 4..
Dec. 27-.
Dec. 29..

1883.

Jan. 3..

Jan. 3..

Feb. 1-.

Mar. 17..

Mar. 24..

Mar. 24-.

Feb. 4-

Jan. 8-

Feb.

Feb.

Feb.

Feb.

Feb.

Feb.

Feb.

Feb.

Feb.

Feb.

Feb.

Feb.

Feb.

Feb.

Feb.

Feb.

Feb.



Amount brought forward

W. C. Hopping

Central Pacific Railroad Co

A. L. Bancroft A- Co

Sumner Whitney & Co.

C. S. Houghton

J. R. Laine

D. Van Nostrand

Edward Thompson

S. W. Collins

W. B. Dana

E. F. Smith

W. A.Caswell

Soule ct Bugbee

J. W. Bouton

H. J. Morgan

Little, Brown <fe Co

American Journal of Insanity.

J. G. Golby -"-

L. J. Fontenrose

Capital Ice Company

H. 0. White '.

L. L. Lewis & Co.

J. R. Osgood & Co

Ben. Cohen

Sacramento Bee

Dodd, Mead & Co

Sacramento News Company —

C. E. Spencer

Sam. Kingsbury

D. 0. Mills & Co

Central Pacific Railroad Co.

W. C. Hopping

L. L. Walrath

Central Pacific Railroad Co



W. C. Hopping

W. C. Hopping

W. C. Hopping

W. C. Hopping

W. C. Hopping.

W. C. Hopping

A. L. Bancroft & Co

Central Pacific Railroad Co

James T. White & Co.

J. Dewing <fc Co

Daily Report Company

San Francisco News Letter

Fraternal Record

D. Van Nostrand

Little, Brown & Co

North American Reyiew .

J. W. Bouton

W. Wood & Co

McMillan & Co

Amer. Journal of Mathematics.

D. 0. Mills & Co

C. E. Spencer

J. A. Martin

E. Lyon & Co

M. S. Hammer & Co



No. of
Voucher. Amount.



Amount carried forward



100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124



125
126

127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149



For What Paid.



$1,879 27

4 00

4 80

159 70

127 75

123 46

42 75

45 00

27 00

7 50

10 20

3 50

3 90

4 19
1 11
3 00

3 25

5 00
14 00

7 50

10 50
17 10

6 50

4 25
3 00

13 00
6 40

3 GO

11 70
1 50
1 30

4 00
6 00

50
4 80



4 00

5 00
3 00

22 00

1 00
60

121 25
42 66
76 20
75 00
10 00

5 00

2 00

6 12

3 25
6 00

10 00



$2,994 41



Box rent

Freight

Books

Books

Books

Books

Books

Books

Books

Books

Newspapers

, Books

Books

Books

Books

Books

Books

Books

Maps

Ice

Newspapers

..Repairing filter

Books

..Carpet sweeper

Newspapers

Books

Books

Newspapers

Cartage

.Drawing checks

Freight

..Postage stamps

Cartage

Freight



Box rent

Postage stamps

Postage stamps

Postage stamps

Two post oiSce keys

Duty on books

Books

Freight. SeeC.B. July 1,1883

Books

Books

Newspapers

Newspapers

Newspapers

Books

Books

Books

Books

Books

Books

Books

Drawing checks

Newspapers and scrap-books

Tools

..Window cleaning material
Electro-silicon



10



Credits for Thirty-fourth Fiscal Year — Continued.



Date.



To \Miom Paid.



No. of
Voucher. Amount.



For WTiat Paid.



1883.



Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Feb.
Apr. 21
Apr. 30
Apr. 30
Apr. 30
Apr. 30
Apr. 30
Apr. 30
Apr. 30
Apr. 30
Apr. 30
Apr. 30
Apr. 30
Apr. 30
Apr. 30
Apr. 30
Apr. 30
Apr. 30
Apr. 30
Apr. 30
Apr. 30
Apr. 30
Apr. 30
Apr. 30
Apr. 30
Apr.
Apr. 30
Apr. 30
Apr. 30
Apr. 30
Apr. 30
Apr. 30
Apr. 30
Apr. 30
Apr. 30
Apr. 30
Apr. 30
June 5



30...



Amount brought forward

W.A. Burnett

George T. Bush

Frank Wilder

W. F. Brown

W. R. Cantwell

J. R.Osgood A- Co

J. H. Vail

Houghton, MifHin & Co

W. C. Hopping

A. L. Bancroft & Co

Sumner Whitney <fe Co.

W. A. & C. S. Houghton

F. Foster

Dr. F. W. Hatch

Little, Brown & Co

F. H. Thomas

Ed. Thompson

J. W. Bouton

W. Wood & Co

Dewing & Co.

H. S. Crocker & Co

L. P. McCarthy

W. H. Morrison

W. F. Brown

Carson & Co

L. R. Hammersly & Co

S. Wyatt

Locke & Lavenson

A. Flohr

Capital Ice and Coal Company.

American Law Review

W. H. Stevenson

Weed, Parsons & Co

West Publishing Company

W. T. Raggett & Co

Jameson & Morse

F. Leypoldt

Houghton, Mifflin & Co

Michael Flood

Argonaut

San Jose Mercury

George L Lytle

H. 0. White

D. 0. Mills & Co

Walter F. Drew

Balance on hand at close of

thirty-fourth fiscal year



150
161
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
167
168
169
170
171
172
166
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
192
193
194



Total.



$2,994
1
3

67
75

6
15

9

4
124
135

255

510

75

46

5

4

18



128 42



$4,724 84



Shelving

Rubber tubing

Labor

Labor

Books

Books

Books

Books

Box rent

Books

Books

Books

Binding

Books

._ Books

Books

-. Books

Books

Books

Books

Books

Books

Books

Labor

Books

Books

Books

Two dusters

Keys, locks, and repairing

Ice

Books

Books

Books

Books

Books

Books

Books

Books

Books

Newspapers

Newspapers

Newspapers

Newspapers

Drawing checks

Repairing safe lock



11

1883. Debits for Thirty-fifth Fiscal Year.

July 1 — To amount on hand at close of thirty-fourth fiscal year $128 42

July 1— B. and P. R. R. Co. (See Voucher 132 for explanation) 42 66

July 10— To warrant 839 56

August 6— To warrant on P. and E. Fund 20 00

August 17— To warrant 250 50

September 29— To warrant _ 429 00

November 1 — To warrant 1,333 76

November 4 — To warrant 533 00

December 11 — To warrant 195 00

December 29— To warrant 971 31

1884.

January 3 — To warrant 50 00

January 26 — To warrant 39 35

April 4 — To warrant 1,517 14

April 5 — -To warrant 134 00

June 28— To warrant 1,862 93

April 5— To warrant on P. and E. Fund _ _ 62 86

Total $8,409 49



Credits for Thirty-fifth Fiscal Year.



Date.



To Whom Paid.



No. of
Voucher.



For What Paid.



1883.

July 12.
July 12.
July 12.
July 12.
July 12.
July 12-
July 12.
July 12.
July 12.
July 12-
July 12.
July 12.
July 12.
July 12.
July 12.
July 12.
July 12.
July 12.
July 23.
July 26.
July 31.
Aug. 11.
Oct. 1.
Oct. 26.
Aug. 17-
Oct. 1.
Nov. 1.
Nov. 1.
Nov. 1.
Nov. 1-
Nov. 1.
Nov. 1-
Nov. 1.
Nov. 1.
Nov. 1.
Nov. 1-
Nov. 1.
Nov. 1.
Nov. 1.



W. A. & C. S. Houghton

F. Foster & Co

H.O.White....

Capital Ice Company

J. Hahn & Co.

Sumner Whitney & Co.

Pacific School Journal

D. Van Nostrand

E. B. Myers

Little, Brown <t Co

New England Publishing Co.

George P. Rowell & Co

J. W. Bouton

G. P. Putnam & Sons

Edward Thompson

F. Leypoldt

J. H. Vail & Co

D. 0. Mills & Co

Chris. Green, Postmaster

Central Pacific Railroad Co..
Central Pacific Railroad Co._

Chris. Green, Postmaster

Central Pacific Railroad Co..

Chris. Green, Postmaster

A. L. Bancroft & Co

G. F. Parsons

Western Union Telegraph Co.
George T. Bush

A. Hathaway

C. E. Gunn

W. A. Caswell

W. F. Brown

American Laundry

H. S. Crocker & Co

H. S. Crocker & Co.

B. Fuller & Co

Geo. I. Lyttle

H. 0. White

Samuel Kingsbury



195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233



$371 97

175 75

10 30

7 80

3 00
52 00
14 00
51 56

4 00
2 25

4 00

5 00
87 75
14 00

4 50

6 40
25 28

1 22

20 00
1 05

7 50
97

10 79

22 00

250 50

429 00

1 00

2 50
47 40

40

7 80
40 00

1 50
75

5 50

5 92

6 00

21 00

8 00



Amount carried forward



$1,730 36



Books

Binding

Newspapers

Ice

Powder (carbolic)

Books

Books

Books

Books

Books

Books

Books

Books

Books

Books

Books

Books

Drawing checks

Box rent and stamps

Freight

Freight

Postage on books

Freight

.Postage stamps and box rent

Books

Books

Telegraphing to Canada

Gas stove

..Cleaning and laying carpets

Books

Newspapers

Labor

Washing

. Two letter clips

Books

Newspapers

Books

Newspapers

Cartage



12



CRKDIT3 FOR Thirty-fifth Fiscal Year — Continued.



To Whom Paid.



No. of
Voucher. Amount.



For What Paid.



1883.
Nov. 1 —



1.-



2-.



Nov. 1
Nov. 1
Nov. 1
Nov. 1
Nov
Nov. 1
Nov. 1
Nov. 2
Nov. 2
Nov. 2
Nov. 2
Nov. 2
Nov. 2
Nov. 2
Nov. 2
Nov.
Nov. 2.
Nov. 2.
Nov. 2.
Nov. 2.
Nov. 2.
Nov. 3.
Nov. 12.
Dec. — .
Dec. 29.
Dee. 29.
Dec. 29.
Dec. 29.
Dec. 29.
Dee. 29.
Dee. 29.
Dec. 29.
Dec. 29.
Dec. 29.
Dec. 29.
Dec. 29.

1SS4.

Jan. 12.

Feb. 5.

Feb. 5.

Feb. 5.

Feb. 5.

Feb. 5.

Jan. — .

Jan. 9.

Feb. 5.

Feb. 5.

Feb. 28.

May 5 .

Apr. 4.

Apr. 4.

Apr. 4.

Apr. 4.

Apr. 4.

Apr. 4.

Apr. 4.

Apr. 4.

Apr. 4.

Apr. 4.

Apr. 4.

Apr. 4.

Apr. 4.



Amount brought forward

M. S. Hammer

F. F. Freeman

F. Foster & Co

C. E. Spencer

W. F. Drew

T. H. Wall!.?

W. A. X- C. S. Houghton

Jas. A. Martin

Jas. T. White &: Co

Dewev & Co

J. W.'Bouton

Little, Brown & Co

Henry J. Morgon

Edward Thompson

W. H. Morrison

W. B. Dana

West Publishing Company

American Journal of Insanity .
Amer. Journal of Mathematics.

J. W. JoneS; S. H. S. P

W. Wood A: Co

D. Van Nostrand

I D. 0. Mills & Co

I Casswell A- Co

Win. J. Davis

A. L. Bancroft & Co

i Jas. T. White & Co

1 J.Hoffmann

i J. Dewing & Co

I S. Whitney & Co

S. F. Journal of Commerce

W. A. & C. S. Houghton

F. Foster A- Co

H. S. Crocker & Co

Capital Ice Company

Sacramento Transfer Company.
D. 0. Mills & Co



L. M. McKinney A- Co

D. Van Nostrand & Co

Dodd, Mead & Co

N. A. Review

MacMillan & Co

J. W. Jones, S. H. S

Chris. Green, Postmaster

R. 0. Cravens

Matt. F. Johnson

Grand Hotel

J. B. Frost

Central Pacific Railroad Co.

Wm. Laufkotter

C. E. Spencer

Geo. H. Holton

Aitken A- Fish

Telephone Company

I. E. Andrews

A. Hathaway

E. A. Bovver

F. F. Freeman

W. F. Brown

C. S. Houghton

F. Foster & Co

Dewing &: Co.



Amount carried forward



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235
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237
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243
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245
246
247

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249 i

250 ;

251 ;

252

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271
272

373
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
291
292
293
294
295



$1,730

5

255

18

5

10

227

7

437

20

7

5

3

13

5

10

5

5

5

12

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123

1

533

195

213

44

53

15

173

4

306

35

27

18

3

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6 46

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3 00

4 00
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20 00
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56 70

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Books

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Books

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Binding

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Books

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34


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10


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102


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71


56


416


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Expenses to San Francisco

Labor

Books

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$5,531 48 1



13



Credits for Thirty-fifth Fiscal Year — Continued.



To Whom Paid.



No. of .

Voucher. Amount.



For What Paid.



1884.

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Amount brought forward

Wm. Wood & Co

Jas. A. HotTmann

News Letter

San Francisco Daily Report

James T. White

San Jose Mercury

C.J. Fox

Amer. Law Review Pub. Co. .

F. H. Thomas

Edward Thompson

Houghton, Mifflin & Co

West Publishing Company

D. Van Nostrand

F. Leypoldt

Samuel French

Putnam's Sons

J. W. Bouton

A. N. Bell

Dodd, Mead & Co

F. L. Boyne

North American Review

MacMillan & Co

MacMillau & Co

Wm. Wood & Co

A. L. Bancroft & Co

Capital Ice Company

L. P. McCarty

B. M. Bramhall

T. H. Wallis

D. 0. Mills

Chris. Green, P. M

Win. J. Davis

Chris. Green, P. M

W. F. Brown

A. L. Bancroft & Co

Sumner Whitney &: Co.

James A. Hoffmann

J. Dewing & Co

M. Flood

Dewey & Co

James T. White & Co

B. Fuller

Sunset Telephone Company

H. 0. White

Samuel Jelly

W. A. Caswell

C. E. Spencer

C. S. Houghton

Sacranaento Transfer Company.
L. M. McKinney

F. Foster & Co

Geo. L Lyttle

D. Van Nostrand

G. W. Tyron

W. H. Stephenson

Journal of Philology

New England Publishing Co...

Samuel French & Son

Science

Ed. Thompson

C. S. Houghton

Balance on hand at close of

thirty-fifth fiscal year



Total .



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