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APPENDIX.



[Sept. 30,



Table No. 19S.- Receipts to, and Expenditure* from, Territorial and Stale Treasuries during each
standing warrants, and the amount m the Treasury, or the amount overdrawn, at the close of each

the office*



Fiscal Yeas
Closing



Dec. 31, 1829.

44 1830.

" 1831.

•• 183-2.

" 1843.

•• 1834.

M 1835.
Feb. 29, 1838.

Dec. 31, 1836.

" lf37.

•• 1838.

NOV. 30, 1839.

" 1810.

" 1*41.

" 1842.

" 1843.

" 1844.

" 1645.

" 1848.

•• 1847.

" 1848.

" 1849.

M 1850.

" 1851.

•• 1852.

M 1853.

" 1854.

'• 1856.

•• 1856.

H 1857.

•• 1858.

" 1859.

•• 1860.

" 1861.

•« 1862.

" 1863.

" 1864.

" 1885.

" 1866.

" 1867.

" 1868.

" 1869.

«• 1870.
Sept 30, 1871.

•• 1872.

" 1873.

" 1874.

" 1376.

•• 1876.

" 1877.

" 1878.

" 1879.

" 1880.

" 1881.



Aggregnte ..
Territory....



State .



Balance at Commence.
ment of Year.



Charged
Treasurer.



$74 09



401 84
3,009 78
2,787 06
4,456 92



1,221 45
27,130 56
66,874 69
715,920 70
425,651 20
2,484 79



52.359 27
27,698 78

7,285 14
66,339 85
62,304 45
61,681 65
66,447 39

35.360 27

97,243 23
116,407 23
375,625 70
652,856 10
516,475 16
387,968 04
158,642 70
176,347 20

163,573 36
125,618 02



200,207 49
353,603 95
440,044 75
468,399 29
679,004 80

682,111 44
1,130,227 15
834,089 72
458,307 97
694,122 66
977,224 03
854,713 44
1,070,274 32

1,229,106 50

1,064,005 30

609,771 23

400,340 35

606,267 53

1,578,643 01



$18,409,204 34
10,723 19



.1-



$18,398,481 15



Credited
Treasurer.



$173 37



718 95



38,083 79
217,455 19



28,334 63



$285,06583
1,192 32



$283,87351



Receipt*
during Year.



$1,694 92
8,735 00
4,560 71
4,365 40
6,109 80
4,957 04
3,596 95

b 116,373 29

522,561 64

1,666,369 70

1,131,655 29

1,135,146 12

908,049 75

374,869 04

676,683 34

419,985 77
340,628 10
2,035,270 It)
765,608 83
362,288 57
494,207 28
429,268 28
414,410 88

451,082 97
659,393 90
610,699 97
688,896 93
511,271 70
451,939 98
865,720 35
A 724,048 89

692,486 09
1,159,639 55
1,124,595 10
3,280,881 98
2,090,121 17
1,964,318 68
1,901,990 69
1,697,390 32

2,222,627 47
2,116,686 59
1,718,523 72
1,510,178 83
2,181.498 22
2,192,431 52
2,211,165 73
2,208,929 65

1,744,406 29
1,833,824 77
2,360,914 44
2,225,812 77
2,793,321 90
2,607,288 07



160,570,884 02
28,019 32



$60,542,834 70



Amount

Available dur-

ing Year.



$1,769 01
3,261 63
4,902 05
7,375 18
7,896 36
9,407 96
2,878 00

117,594 74

549,692 10

1,732,744 29

1,847,575 99

1,560,797 32

968,534 64

336,785 85

459,228 15

472,345 04
368,326 88
2,042,555 32
831,948 13
424,593 02
645,888 83
484,715 67
449,771 15

548,326 20

770,801 13

986,325 67

1,141,253 08

1,027,746 85

839,908 02

1,024,363 05

900,893 09

856,069 45
1,285,257 67
1,096,260 67
3,481,089 47
2,443,725 12
2,394,363 43
2,370,389 98
2,276,395 12

2,804,738 91
3,246,813 74
2,552,613 44
1,968,486 80
2,876,620 88
3,169,655 65
3,065,879 17
3,279,203 87

2,973,512 79
2,897,830 1.7
2,970,685 67
2,626,153 12
3,399,689 43
4,185,931 08



$78,695,022 63
37,650 19



$78,057,472 34



Expenditures
during Year.



$2,242 38
2,860 29
1,952 27
4,588 12
3,445 44

10,126 91
1,656 65

b 90,464 IS

483,317 61

1,016,823 69

1,421,924 79

1,658,312 63

1,006,618 33

654,241 04

406,868 88

444,646 26
361,041 74
1,976,215 97
769,643 73
872,911 47
490,441 44
449,365 40
852,527 92

431,918 97
400,175 43
433,469 57

624.777 88

639.778 81
681,265 82
848,015 86
736,822 73

730,441 43
1,813,692 10

896,068 08
3,127,486 62
2,003,680 87
1,926,964 14
1,791,386 18
1,694,283 68

1,674,511 76
2,412,724 02
2,094,305 47
1,274,364 14
1,898,396 85
2,314,942 11
],995,6"4 85
2,050,097 37

1,908,507 49
2,288,058 84
2,570,345 82
2,019,885 69
1,820,946 42
2,392,569 01



$58,777,696 04
26,87196



$58,750,724 08



Balance at Close or
Yeas,



Charged Credited
Treasurer. Treasurer.



$74 09



401 84

3,009 78
2,787 06
4,450 92

""T,Srii

27,130 68

66,374 69

716,920 70

426,661 20

2,484 79



52.359 27

27,698 78
7,285 14
66,389 85
62,804 45
51,681 65
65,447

85.360 27
97,243 28

116,407 28
376,625 70
652,856 10
516,476 15
887,968 04
168,642 70
176,847 20
168,678 86

125,618 08



200,207 49
863,608 95
440,044 75



579,004 80
682,111 44

1,180,227 16
834,089 7i
468,807 97
604,123 66
977,1*4 08
854,713 44
1,070,274 g*
1,229,106 60

1,064,005 80

OOO.m 18

400,840 86

606,267 68

1,678,643 01

1,793,862 07



$20,20*566 41
11,944 $4



$20,190,621 77 9WMT7»<4



$478 87



718 96



88,08379
217,406 19



i Taken from Treasurer's account In Auditor's Ledger to July 5, 1836; for following years, from
Tallies Nos. 124 and 125, Auditor General's Report for 1874, and Tables Kos. 190 and 191, infra.

i Difference be l ween balance on Auditor's books of State Treasurer's account and amount in
Treasury to Nov. 30, 1812, made up of outstanding warrants and other matters; for remaining years
the difference Is equal to the outstanding warrants other than Internal Improvement Warrants.

* For 1839, l»40, 1841, as printed in Treasurers Reports; for other years, from his cash account.



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FUcal Year from 1829 to 1881, inclusive*; also, the Balance charged or credited Treasurer, the out'
Fiscal Year; also, Receipts for interest on funds deposited in Bank, and for fees and charges from
designated.



« As appears from Treasurer's cash account In his books.

a Accounts or Territorial Treasurer not finally closed until July ft, 183A, at which date the balance
in the Territorial Treasury, 9I,32I.4.\ was transferred to the Slate Treasury.
6 State Treasury organized and Auditor General's books opened, March J, 1S36.
e Balance of Contingent Fund in hands of State Treasurer.
8ee bottom of page 206 for notes.



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206 APPENDIX. [Sept. 30,

Table No* 199«— Net Cash Receipts, Land Warrant Receipt*, Double and Fictitious



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Deduct Net Cash and Gross Expenditures, See Table No. 800..
Balance In Treasury, Sept. SO, 1881, Table No. 2.



i See Table No. 201.

. «8eo Table No. 202.

• See Table No. 179.

< See Table No. 190, pp. 192 and 193, Auditor General's Report for 1880.
a See notes to Table No. ft, p. 9, Auditor General's Report for 1875.

Notes to Table No. 198, pages 204-5 :

d Includes $42.87 cross entry of January 14, 1859, being amount of Warrant No. 1243, Issued Febcu-
ary 19, 1842, in favor of C. B. H. Fessenden, charged to General Fund and credited to State Treas-
urer; afterward this warrant was canceled before payment, as it was for the same Item and amount
as Warrant No. 1198, of February 16, paid June 3, 1842; Warrant No. 1198 was erroneously reported
outstanding, and the discrepancy in balances, as appeared from the State Treasurer's and Auditor
General's books, was excessive by such amount until said cross entry of January 14, 1859.

e Amount in Table No. 61, page 67.. 957,54045

Add net am't ree'd as interest on 9300,000 of U. S. Bonds
as follows:
Credited to Two Million-Loan Sinking Fund in Fis-
cal Year 1877— Int. on Bonds and premium on gold 910,572 20
Credited to Two-Million- Loan Sinking Fund in Fis-
cal Year 1878— Int. on Bonds and premium on gold 13,658 21
Credited to Two- Mil lion -Loan Sinking Fund in Fis-
cal Year 1879-Int. on Bonds 13,50000 937,73041

Less am'ts paid on purchase of U. S. Bonds— Pre.
nilum 920,333 89

Less am'ts paid on purchase of U.S. Bonds— Ac-
crued Interest 2,47788

Less am'ts paid on purchase of U. S. Bonds— Com-
mission 18937 28,00114 914,72927

Add also am'ts to credit of General Fund, as follows:
Int. credited to Two-Million- Loan Sinking Fund in

Fiscal Year 18S0 918,50000

Int. credited to Two-Million-Loan Sinking Fund in

Fiscal Year 1881 8,375 00

Total transferred to General Fund in Jan., 1881.. 16,875 00

Total am't not heretofore credited to this account 931,604 27

Am't of, for current year. $3,375 00

Am't of, for previous years 28,22927 31,60427 31,60427

989,144 72



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Receipt* to the State Treasury, from March I, 1836, to September 30, 188 J, inclusive.



From St


Miscellaneous.


Net Caen
Receipts.*


Land
Warrants. 1


Double and Fictitious.


Gross.*




Mary's Falls
Ship Canal.


Sale or Bonds.


Refunding! end
Reimbursements


Tears.


1406,514 80
18,850 00
14,668 03


13,665,306 72
471,113 72
449,793 71
885,776 73
401,033 14
511,009 47
632,836 51
614,573 13


833,704,758 14
2,088,451 57
1,679,875 82
1,769,479 66
2,277,743 60
2,075,184 58
2,630,350 30
2,452,370 92


88^86.29185
72,382 28
84,445 67
82,668 14
70,850 82
67,951 74
54,667 85
51,016 31


< 83,088,015 15 )
1 16,360 18 (


( 8687,739 35)
| 3,686,423 69 j

„ \ 14,129 70 )
a f 16,030 88 |

k ( 8,13189,
i 27,453 41 S

. j 572 62/
c | 31,104 45 j

^ i 1,626 98 )

" { 82,637 17 J

, ( 1,380 49 \
J \ 106,923 76)

„ \ 3,445 02 )
f 100,455 Hi (


844,769,588 86
2,208,929 55
1,744,406 29
1,833,824 77
2,360,914 44
2,225,812 77
2,793,321 90
2,607,288 07


1886to
1S74

1875
1876


21,910 94




1877


20,921 13




1878


21,000 00




1879


19,500 00




1880


25,422 96




1881








8548,787 86


89,131,443 13


848,677,714 09
46,884,852 02


83,969,773 61


83,122,811 00


84,774,287 45


860,514,086 15
58,750,724 08


















81,793,362 07


81,793,862 07











6 See notes to Table No. 4, p. 9, Auditor General's Report for 1876.
eSee notes to Table No. 6, p. 12. Auditor General's Report for 1877.
dSee notes to Table No. 6. p. 10. Auditor General's Report for 1878.
e See notes to Table No. 6, p. 10, Auditor General's Report for 1879.
/8ee notes to Table No. 6, p. 10, Auditor General's Report for 1880.
^ See notes to Table No. 6.



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208 APPENDIX. [Sept. 30,

Table *©• 200.— Net Cash Expenditures, Land Warrant Expenditures, Double and Fictitious



footings.



W,tflW,0^ Y0 W,U0,/10 X8



AL357.243 27



A 475,651 04



91TO,0WS t»|#4,/Z3,Ul/ V0j«l,tfdU,13U V0|«/,«OB,«43 /l|VI/»t ( lW Vt

Add balance in Treasury, Sept. 90, 1881— Table No. 2..



95,262,773 03 95,592,36032 Receipts to Treasury from March 1, 1836, to Sept 30,



1 Interest paid on Trust Funds until 1881— See Table No. 203.

• See Table No. 203.
» See Table No. 204.
< See Table No. 179.

• See Table No. 20 1.

• See Table No. 191, pp. 192 and 193, Auditor General's Report for 1880.

a Two. Mil I ion. Loan Bonds, 9101,000.00; Renewal- Loan Bonds, 91,000.00; War-Bounty Bonds,
98.000.00; War Bond, 950.00.

6 Two. Million. Loan Bonds, 949,000.00; Renewal. Loan Bonds, 83,000. 00; War-Bounty Bond*, 91,000.00,

cOn Two- Mil I Ion -Loan, 959,460.28; on Renewal. Loan, 96,450.00; on War- Bounty Bonds, 9i5.HW.98.

dOn Two. Million. Loan, 953,2l-\50, on Renewal- Loan, 95,940.00; on War- Bounty Bonds, $25,270.00.

e Premium paid under Joint Resolution No. 1, 1875.

/See notes to Table No. 5, p. 9, Auditor General's Report for 1875.

fir See notes to Table No. 4, p. 9, Auditor General's Report for 1876.

A Received in payment for Mich. Central and Mich. Southern Railroads, placed in " Refunding
and Reimbursements" column and omitted from " Bond " column,— See notes "4<" and "4u", Table
No. 126, p. 378, Auditor Geueral Report for 1874.



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Expenditures, from the State Treasury, from March 1, 1830, to September 80, 1881, inclusive.



On Account


of St. Mary's


Canal.


•241,495 80


45,377 09


19,145 26


11,522 67


11,388 82


45,970 58


20,396 79


7,244 09


9402,541 10



Miscellaneous.



1 15,424,043 52
758,705 70
741,727 62

1,146,977 69
721,374 62
916,899 61
861,160 16

1,008,590 47



921,579,479 39



Net Cash
Expenditures.*



932,634,483 82
1,929,819 39
1,844,476 52
2,223,713 73
2,487,174 ¥8
1,869,257 40
1,657,974 82
2,237,651 86



946,884,352 02
1,793,362 07



Land
Warrants. *



93,536,291 85
72,382 23
34,445 67
32,668 14
70,850 32
67,951 74
54,667 85
51,016 31



93,969,77361



Double and Fictitious.



Bonds.



} 916,860 13 )
} 3,088,015 15 J

/ 17,935 67



93,122,311 00



Bcfandlngs and
Reimbursements



S 93,686,423 69



'i



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687,739

16,030
14,129

27,453
8,131

31,104
572

11,193
1,626

82,637
39

108,923
1,880

100,455
3,445



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94,774,287 45



1881-Tablo No. 199 948,677,714 09 « 960,544,086 15



Gross.*



948,699,314 04
2,050,097 87
1,909,507 49
2,288,058 84
2,570,845 32
2,019,885 59
1,820,946 42
2,392,569 01



958,750,724 08
1,798,862 07



Years.



18S8to
1874

1875
1876
1877
1878
1879
1880
1881



i Two-Mlltion-Loan.

j On Two-Million-Loan, 952,655.00; on Renewal-Loan, 96,85a 00; on War-Bounty Bonds, 924,185.00.

k See notes to Table No. 6, p. 12, Auditor General's Report for 1877.

I See notes to Table No. 6, p. 10, Auditor General's Report for 187a

wiTwo-Milllon. Loan, 9281,000.00; Renewal- Loan, 998,000.00; War- Bounty, 958,000.00.

nOn Two-MUlion-Loan, 944,210.00; on Renewal-Loan, 96,823.83; on War-Bounty Bonds, 924,966.99.

Renewal- Loan.

pOn Two- Mil lion -Loan, 935,460.00; on War-Bounty Bonds, 921,070.00.
q See notes to Table No. «, p. 10, Auditor General r s Report for 1879.
r On Two- Mil lion -Loan, 935,400.00; on War. Bounty Bonds, $20,870.00.
e See no to s to Table No. 6, p. 10, Auditor General's Report for 1880.

1 On Two-Mil Hon- Loan, 935,200.00; on War- Bounty Bonds, 920,720.00.
tiSee notes to Table No. 6.

v Deduct this amount from the footing of the other Items in this column, and from the items in
the other columns in the extension;— See note "e", Table No. 203.

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APPENDIX. [Sept. SO,

Table No. 201.— Net Receipt* from Sale of Land*,— Cash



FISCAL YEAB.


Unlrertitj.


Norm*J
8chooL


Primary
ScbooL


Agricultural
College.


Asylum.


8Ute
Building.


State Salt
Spring.


a 1830 to 1874, in-
elusive .


9436,368 13

5,HA5 60
3,902 79
2,886 46
4,675 83
6,984 29
7,132 60
14,250 62


969,608 02


82.173.760 37


9107,879 14
5,399 24
5,549 30
2,«7 22
9,«19 99
8,590 53
13,762 28
20,281 18


942,917 65

/ 3000

626 96

1,070 00

680 00

678 13

1,213 60

2,671 89


939,090 73
112 60
372 50
404 40


938,273 68


a 1875


1,112 98 6 39,929 10


207 00


a 1876 ..


1.149 68 e 62,173 38

120 00 d 47,783 34

e 62,048 80




a 1877


600 00


a 1878


930 00


a 1879


2,394 00 a 72,620 64
820 00 h 112.856 17


68 25
2,244 85


7*27 06


a 1880


3,270 84


1881


2,000 13


i 154,922 00


771 60








Footings


9480,765 71


967,202%!


$2,726,093 80


9173,418 88


$49,728 13


942,293 23


944,780 10



a See Table No. 192, p. 194, Auditor General's Report for 1880.
b Includes 9698.60 of Escheats.
c Includes 91,223.72 of Escheats,
d Includes 9135.04 of Escheats,
e Includes 9101.00 of Escheats.



Table If o. 202*— Nel Cash {Interest and Penalty) received from Holders of



FISCAL TEAR.


UnlTersfrjr.


Normal
ScbooL


a 1836 to 1874, inclusive


1497,160 95
7,788 88
7,868 88
7,047 67
7,227 00
6,984 29
6,083 47
6,786 66


9JB1.89S 98


a 1875


1,964 67


a 1876


1,179 71


a 1877


1,188 3©


a 1878


1, 1*1*?


a 1879....... . .


M98 4S


a 1880


99178


1881


998 91






Footings ........... .. r - - - - - - - -


$476,888 19


999,88194









a See Table No. 193, p. 194, Auditor General's Report for 1880.

o Correct;— erroneously printed in Table No. 193, p. 194, Report for 188a



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and Warrants— from March 1, 1836, to September 30, 1881.



211



IlTTKRNAL IMPROVEMENT.


Swamp Land.


Net Total.


Aggregate.


*


Cash.


Warrants.


Cash.


Warrants.


Cash.


Warrants.




1172,232 00
/ 300 00


9500,916 79


9712,861 27
6,771 90
13,109 78
6,170 57
8,616 HI
6,012 03
6,379 40
7,195 16


93,085,375 06
72,3*2 23
34,445 67
82,668 14
70,350 82
67,951 74
54,617 35
51,016 31


93,781,988 89
58,868 32
86,834 39
61,371 98
86,570 73
98,350 34
147,679 64
201,992 48


93,586,291 85
72,382 23
34,445 67
82,668 14
70,350 32
67,951 74
54,667 35
51,016 31


97,368,280 74
131,250 55
121,330 06
94.040 12
156.921 05
16H.802 08
202,346 99
253,008 79


1836 to

..1874

1876






..1876






..1877


100 00




1878


275 89




1879




50 00


..1880




..1881








$172,807 39


9500,966 79


9767,116 72


$3,468,706 82


94,523,706 77


93,969,773 61


98,498,480 88





/Refundings exceed the receipts by this amount, therefore this amount is deducted from the
amount in this column and from the other numbers in the extension.
a Includes 9640.74 of Escheats.
A Includes 91,730.79 of Escheats.
i Includes 9160.00 of Escheats.



Certificate* of Part-Paid Land*; Interest on Loans; also, Trespass and Rent



Primary
School.



1 1,012,515 22
45,700 81
54,970 41
42,928 64
40,805 80
42,212 26
88,361 97
83,095 12



91,910,590 13



Agricultural
OoUegn.



919,835 08
6,869 72
8,801 66
6,876 93
7,183 66
7,610 77
7,714 54
9,573 37



973,965 73



Aiylam.


State
Building.


State
Salt Spring.


Swamp
Land.


939,067 97
1,304 83

1.096 06
1,084 98

1.097 54
1,189 44

b 917 65
959 93


921,740 62
440 49
280 36
225 39
194 03
282 00
14 87
553 72


929,198 01
798 14
84106
958 63
921 66
828 07
6 707 16
562 85


9124,476 34
3,414 84
3,379 32
3.314 04
8,459 35
2,972 48
2,766 56
4,027 27


946,718 80


923.731 48


934,810 57


9147,810 20



Total.


92,324,879 27
67.M2 33
77,903 92
63,569 48
62,010 11
63, 145 74
67,447 87
65,461 86


92,771,980 57



e Obtained by deducting from 91,175.36, as stated In Tables Nos. 13 and 193, Auditor General's Report
for 1880,91,160 49, the amount transferred, Sept. 30, 1880, from "State Building Lands" to "Rents,"— but
not deducted in these tables,— being the amount received for rent of State Building property, and
credited "State Building Lands" since Sept. 30, 1877. the date the system of accounting was changed.
Of the $1,160.49 thus transferred there was received in 1878, 9176.00; in 1879, 988.61; and in 1880, 9896.88.



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Table No. 203%— Disbursements to Educational Institutions from Slate Treasury in Payment of Sur-

INTBREBT PAID BT STATE OX TRUST FUNDS.





Prim a by Schools.


University.


Normal
School.




Fiscal Yeah.


Ink on Fnnd.


Surplu*, —

Sec. 1, Art. 14,

St Const.


Total.


Agricultural
College.


a 1836 to 1874, Inclusive


91,844,236 95
166.655 13
170.881 74
198,594 03
179,302 25
183,849 01
190,876 86
199,981 50




91,844,236 95
166,«55 13
170,881 74
198,594 03
179,302 26
183,849 01
190,876 86
912,051 83


9514,796 98
30.717 98
80,989 81
31,246 95
31,445 24
31,877 53
32,393 51
88,083 77


938,624 08
8,095 11
8,162 54
3,201 08
8,205 28
8,267 09
8,878 72
8,464 66


919,674 07


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7,717 24


a 1876


8,124 31


a 1877




8.396 64


a 1878




8,740 62


a 1879




9,409 73


a 1880




10,240 28


1881


9712,070 33


11,426 93






Footings.


93,184,377 47


9712,070 83


93,846,447 80


9736,551 77


961,288 66


983,729 83





a See Table No. 194, p. 196, Auditor General's Report for 1880.



Table No. 204* — Amounts paid the several Institutions named, exclusive of Interest on Trust

for D., D., and B., and, in some cases.





Educational Institutions.


AST-


FISCAL YEAB.


University.


Normal
School.


Agricultural
„ College.


Educational.




State Public
School.


Institution for
D. and D.l


School for the
Blind.


a 1836 to 1874, Inclusive..


9242,421 60
49,500 00
68,000 00
59,000 00
60,125 00
90,626 00
94,760 00
87,000 00


9204,687 45
16,091 86
12,743 12
17,668 89
63,226 01
26,900 89
21,482 61
24,998 82


9418,977 18
18,600 11
18,857 62
23,978 18
25,828 42
7,070 79
22,455 15
80,678 90


988,00100
62,440 00
44,460 00
66,025 00
48,900 00
60,250 00
86,700 00
43,100 00


9793,097 98
45,022 83
47,476 60
46,170 90
42,666 62
43,898 49
46,180 91
41,986 41




a 1875




a 1876




a 1877.— -




a 1878




a 1879




a 1880


96,08187
63,168 18


1831




Footings....


9741,421 60


9377,649 66


9661,441 25


9414,806 00


91,106,898 64


959,250 00




Footings by Classes...............


91,680,412 40




91,680,014 64






Total for Asylums................... . ...... .............................. ............





a See Table No. 196, p. 195, Auditor General's Report for 1880.



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1881.] AUDITOR GENERAL. 213

plus of Specific Taxes, Interest on Trust Funds, and Interest Received on Part-Paid Land Certificates,



6 This much of the transfer remained in the balance in the Interest Fnnd, and should be
deducted from the footings of the remaining items in this column; also, from the items in the other
columns in the extension.

e This is a minus quantity and should be deducted from the footings of the remaining items in
this column.



Funds and of Payments of Salaries to Officers of Asylums for Insane and Acting Commissioner
Compensation to Managing Boards.



LU MS.


Reformatory Institutions.




FOS IlfgANE.


Reform

School for

Girls.


Reform
School.
(Boy-.)


State House

of
Correction.*


State Prison.*


Aggregate.


Eastern.*


Michigan.'


New.




$11,899 87
101,091 62
91,033 81
108,948 47


9952,812 71
73,600 00
83,650 00
25,635 00
29,997 00
66,697 08
75,963 40
99,439 88






9562,968 67
26.00U00
28,600 00
82,375 00
26,500 00
48.187 51
36,600 00
52,250 00


9662 95
2,706 65
82,689 80
120,522 85
113,317 37
47,125 08
86.911 00
7,440 68


9808,318 97
42,000 00
21,133 33
18,966 00
11,000 00
80,263 88
13,000 00


$4,088,188 88






426,962 97
433,883 68










604,189 29


144,096 06






660,675 48


66,653 68






467,171 80


42,080 77




96,424 88
66,940 44


438,630 49


67,475 06




664,461 72








9633,278 74


91,347,094 67




963,365 82


9813,281 W


9411,316 18


1939,680 68


97,468,443 71










91,980,373 81




92,227,643 36


97,468,443 71








93,660,387 95



















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