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ANNUAL REPORT






STATE TREASURER



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FISCAL YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1558.







ST. PAUL:
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1888.



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ANNUAL REPORT



STATE TREASURER



MIISTNESOT^



FISCAL YEAR ENDING JULY 31, 1S5S.



ST. PAUL:

The Piokbbb Pbbss Co.,

1888.



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State of Minnesota,
Tkeasubeb^s Office, St. Paul, Aug. 1, 1888.

To Sis Excellency A. B. McGiU, Governor of Minnesota:

Sir: I have the honor to transmit herewith my annual report
of the transactions of this office for th^ fiscal year ending July
31, 1888.

Very respectfully,

Jos. BOBLETEB,

8tate Treasurer.



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ANNUAL REPORT

OF THE

STATE TREASURER OF MINNESOTA,

FOB THE

FISCAL YEAR ENDING JULY. 31, 1888.



State of Minnesota,
Treasurer's Office, St. Paul, Aug. 1, 1888.

To the Honorable^ the Senate and the House of Eepresentatives :

Gentlemen: In compliance with the law, I have the honor
to herewith submit my annual report^ showing the condition of
the treasury at the end of the fiscal year, and the financial trans-
actions of the state for the fiscal year beginning Aug. 1, 1887,
and ending July 31, 1888.

The receipts were as follows:

For revenue fxind $1,680,504 41

For soldiers' relief fond 41,039 95

For forestry fund 42,693 54

For permanent school fund 227,329 46

For general school fund 769,498 38

For permanent university fund 26,294 09

For general university fund 36,713 72

For internal improvement land fund 49, 648 40

For internal improvement land fund interest.. 85,327 38

For swamp land fund 25 00

For state institution fund 1,503 27

For redemption fund • 95168

For internal improvement fund 33,213 54

For school text books fund 35,473 99

For grain inspection fund 67,393 44

$3,097,610 25
Balance in treasury Aug. 1, 1887 648,860 66

$3,746,470 91



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The disbursements were as follows:

Fiom reyenne fond $1,458,357 46

From soldieis' relief fond 7,421 63

From forestry fund 21,434 51

From permanent school fond 216,638 91

From general school fond 411,945 01

From permanent university fund 8,000 00

From general university fund 70,754 37

From internal improvement fund 7,283 98

From internal improvement land fund 18 50

From internal improvement land fund interest 108,070 10

From school text book fund 39,674 40

From grain inspection fund 54,509 37

$2,404,108 24

Leaving balance in treasury on July 31, 1888, as follows:

To revenue fund .^. $139,990 72

To soldier's relief fund 28,618 32

Toforestry fund 40,127 73

To permanent school fnnd 233,4^2 99

No general school fund 564,543 52

To permanent university fnnd 41,806 48

To general university fund 19,022 35

To internal improvement fnnd 33,987 42

To internal improvement land fund 164,893 56

To internal improvement land fund interest... 9,203 99

To school text-book fund 30,066 59

To swamp land fund 4,926 72

To state institutions fund 2,761 86

To grain inspection fnnd 28,960 42

$1,342,362 67

$3,746,470 91



REVENUE FUND.

SBCBIPTS.

From county treasurer's, see statement "A" $757,867 99*

From railroad companies, see statement ^'B'' 713,973 4^

From stnmpage, see statement *^C" 245 05

From insnrance companies, see statement **D" 105,255 04

From telegraph companies, see statement **E'' 4,884 4S

From misceUaneous sources, see statement "F " 98,278 44

From transfer from forestry fund 24,000 OO

From transfer from soldiers' relief fnnd 5,000 00

From transfer from redemption fund 951 68

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DISBURSEMENTS.



Paid state auditor's warrants $1,458,357 46

Transferred to general university fund 40, 000 00

Transferred to grain inspection fund 16, 076 36

Overdraft on August 1, 1887 66,031 56

Leaving balance in treasuiy on July 31, 1888.. 139,990 72

$1,710,456 09



SOLDIERS' RELIEF FUND.

EECEIPTS.

From county treasurers, see statement ** A" $41,039 95

DISBUBSEMENTS.

Paid state auditor's warrants $7,421 63

Transferred to revenue fund 5,000 00

Leaving balance in treasury July 31, 1888 28,618 32

$41,0 {9 96



FORRESTRY FUND.

BBCEIPTS.

From balance in treasury Aug. 1, 1887 $42,868 70

From county treasurers, see statement **A" 42,693 54

$85,562 24
DISBUBSEMBKTS.

Paid state auditor's warrants $21,434 51

Transferred to revenue fund 24,000 00

Leaving balance in treasury July 31, 1888 40,127 73

$85,562 24



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PERMANENT SCHOOL FUND.

BECEIPTS.

From balance in treasuiy Aug. 1, 1888 $222,782 44

From count J treasnrers, see statement '^A" 140,954 94

From stnmpage, see statement ^^0" 82,438 52

From miscellaneous sources, see statement "F" 3,936 00

$450,091 90

DISBX7BSEMENTS.

Paid for school district bonds bought $204,588 91

Paid for county bonds 12,000 00

Paid for school land refundments 50 00

Leaying balance in treasuiy July 31, 1888 233,452 99

$450,091 90

The permanent school fund now holds the following securities:

Minnesota railroad adjustment bonds $1,981,000 00

Tennessee settlement bonds 2,200,000 00

Minnesota school district bonds 242,177 91

Minnesota county bonds 35,000 00

$4,458,177 91



GENERAL SCHOOL FUND.



EECKIPTS.



From balance in treasury Aug. 1, 1887 $209,990 15

From county treasurers, see statement "A" 607,874 20

From stumpage, see statement "C" 39 40

From miscellaneous sources, see statement "F" 161,584 78



$979,488 53



DISBUBSBMSNTS.

Paid school apportionments $410,164 02

Paid state auditors warrants 1,780 99

Transferred to general university fund 1 , 350 00

Transferred to internal improvement land ftind 1,650 00

Leaving balance in treasury July 31, 1888 564,543 52

$979,488 53



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PERMANENT UNIVERSITY FUND.

BKOEIPTS.

From balance in treasury Ang. 1, 1887 $23,512 39

From county treasnrers, see statement " A " 15,453 55

From stnmpage, see statement "C" 10,840 54

$49,806 48

DISBUBSEMENTS.

Eight Minnesota state railroad adjustment

bonds bought $8,000 00

Leaving balance in treasury July 31, 1888 41,806 48

$49,806 48

' The permanent university fund now holds the following secur-
ities:

Minnesota railroad adjustment boDds $288,000 00

Tennessee settlement bonds 90,000 00

$378,000 00



GENERAL UNIVERSITY FUND.



EKCEIPTS.



From balance in treasury Aug. 1, 1887 $11,713 00

From county treasurers, see statement " A'^ 21,063 72

From miscellaneous sources, see statement " F " lS,660 00

From transfer from revenue fund 40,000 00

From transfer from general school fund 1,350 00



$89,776 72



DI8BUBSEMENTS.



Paid state auditors warrants $70,754 37

LeaviDg balance in treasury July 31, 1888 19,022 35

$89,776 72



INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT LAND FUND.

BBCEIPTS.

From balance in treasury Aug. 1, 1888 $115,263 66

From county treasurer's, see statement "A'* 48,761 28

From stumpage, see statement "C" 887 12



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DISBURSEMENTS.

Paid land refundment $18 50

Leaving balance in treasury July 31, 1888 164,893 56

$164,912 06

This fund now holds the following securities:
Tennessee settlement bonds $110,000 00



INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT LAND FUND INTEREST.

BECEIPTS.

From balance in treasury Aug. 1, 1887 $30,296 71

From county treasurer's, see statement "A" 82,027 38

From miscellaneous, see statement "F '* 3,300 00

From transfer from general school fund 1,650 00



DISBURSEMENTS.



Paid state auditor's warrants $108,070 10

Leaving balance in treasury July 31, 1888 9,203 99

$117,274 09



SWAMP LAND FUND.



RECEIPTS.



$117,274 09



From balance in treasury Aug. 1, 1887 $4,901 72

From stumpage, see statement "C" 25 00

$4,926 72

DISBUBSEMENTS.

Leaving balance in treasury July 31, 1888 $4,926 72



STATE INSTITUTIONS FUND.

BECEIPTS.

From balance in treasury Aug. 1, 1887 $1,258 59

From stumpage, see statement "C" 1,503 27

$2,761 86



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Leaving balance in treasury July 31, 1888 |2,761 86

INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT FUND.

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Fiom balance in treasury Aug. 1, 1887

From miscellaneous sources, see statement "F^*

DISBUBSEMBNTS.

Paid state auditor's warrants |7,283 98

Leaving balance in treasury July 31, 1888 33,987 42

$41,271 40



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$41,271 40



SCHOOL TEXT-BOOK FUND.

EECEIPTS.

Fiom balance in treasury Aug. 31, 1887

From county treasurers, see statement **G'*

DISBUBSEMENTS.

Paid state auditor's warrants $39,674 40

Leaving balance in treasury July 31, 1888 30,066 59

$69,740 99
GRAIN INSPECTION FUND.

EECEIPTS.

From transfer from revenue fund

From miscellaneous sources, see statement *'F"

DISBUESBMENTS.

Paid state auditor's warrants $54,.'>09 37

Leaving balance in treasury July 31, 1888 28,960 42

$83,469 79



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14 . ANNUAL BEPOBT

The following table shows the state collection of taxes from
1860 to 1888:

Tax coUected in 1860 $111,918 63

Tax collected in 1861 100,186 83

Tax collected in 1862 133,001 73

Tax collected in 1863 177,170 43

Tax coUected in 1864 195,418 52

Tax collected in 1865 218,963 33

Tax collected in 1866 252,646 96

Tax coUected in 1867 286,447 32

Tax coUected in 1868 276,186 93

Tax coUected in 1869... 1 318,556 86

Tax collected in 1870 336,460 83

Tax coUected in 1871 410,069 66

Tax coUected in 1872 418,233 71

Tax collected in 1873 467,036 50

Tax collected in 1874 575,167 66

Tax coUected in 1875 461,793 89

Tax collected in 1876 442,699 32

Tax collected in 1877 432,724 86

Tax collected in 1878 478,272 21

Tax coUected in 1879 582.936 40

Tax collected in 1880 380,905 58

Tax collected in 1881 494,553 88

Tax collected in 1882 402,600 00

Tax collected in 1883 315,717 18

Tax coUected in 1884 466,008 05

Tax collected in 1885 399,766 79

Tax collected in 1886 658,997 85

Tax collected in 1887 642,883 52

Tax coUected in 1888 841,601 48



REVENUE FUND.

Owing to the destruction, or partial destruction, by fire of the
hospital for the insane at St. Peter and the state's prison at
Stillwater a few years since, necessitating the expenditures of
large sums of money in the reconstruction of these institutions,
and the large appropriations for the new hospital for insane at
Fergus Falls, the state reformatory at St. Cloud, the state normal
school at Moorhead, the school for dependent children at Owa-
tonna and the soldiers' home at Minnehaha, all of which have
been completed within the past two years or are now in course
of construction, the drafts upon the state revenue fund have been
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STATE TBEiBUBEB. 15

the most economic interpretation of the laws that the expendi-
tures have been kept within the limits of the incomes. At no
time within the five years ending July 31, 1888, has the revenue
fund been in a healthy condition, and for only twenty-nine days
of the entire time has there been a credit to this fund, and then
for not to exceed ten days in any one fiscal year. In other words,
during fifty-nine of the sixty months the affairs of the state were
conducted upon a credit system. One of the principal causes for
this state of affairs is the manner of making appropriations. In
nearly every instance they become available at the beginning of
the fiscal year, which means a large demand for money at a
time when the revenue receipts are comparatively small, and, in
anticipation of the taxes which become due and available eight
and ten months hence, the treasurer avails himself of the law
which sanctions the borrowiDg and temporarily using $200,000
of the sinking or trust funds for revenue purposes. Evcd this
has been found insuflBcient to meet the current demands in the
revenue fund, and at the last session of the legislature a bill was
passed authorizing a temporary loan of $100,000, and appropri-
ating $6,000 to pay the interest thereon. Although at the close
of the present fiscal year there is $139,990.72 to the credit of the
revenue fund, from former experience it is safe to assume that
even before the next legislature meets all available resources will
have been exhausted. That this is a deplorable state of affairs
no one will gainsay.

Three remedies are herewith respectfully suggested to the
earnest consideration of the honorable legislature, the adoption
of any one of which will, in my opinion, bring the desired
relief.

First — So time aU appropriations that they do not become
available until the taxes for the year for which the appropria-
tions are made become due and available.

Second — So amend section 44 of chapter 1, general statutes of
Minnesota, as amended by Chapter YI, general laws of 1883, that
the state treasurer may borrow and temporarily use from funds
having an available balance in the treasury, $500,000 or so much
thereof as may be necessary to supply any deficiency that may
exist in the revenue fund. Should this suggestion be adopted, I
would recommend the repeal of chapter 215 general laws of
1887, also the passage of a bill authoriziDg the payment of inter-
est, at a rate not to exceed five per cent per annum, to the several
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Third — Authorizing the issue of urgency revenue bonds in the
sum of $500,000, and drawing interest at a rate not to exceed five
per cent per annum, the governor, auditor and treasurer, when-
ever in their judgment it becomes necessary, to invest the trust
funds in these bonds and to redeem such bonds whenever, in their
judgment such urgency does no longer exist. By this method
the revenue fund could be kept in a healthy condition at all
times, and the surplus trust funds would be safely invested in
good interest bearing bonds. Should this suggestion be adopted
then, in my judgment, all laws authorizing temporary loans
might be safely repealed.



PAYMENTS UPON STATE LANDS.

I wish to call attention to the remarks and recommendation
made by my immediate predecessor, the Hon. Charles Kittelson,
on page 17, of his annual report for the fiscal year ending July
31, 1886, upon the law describing the mode of making payments
upon school, university and internal improvement lands; and in
addition thereto I wish to say, the change recommended is
greatly desired.

STATE LOANS.

The state loans, represented by bonds, now consist of $3,965,000
railroad adjustment bonds, of which the permanent school fund
holds $1,981,000, and the permanent university fund $288,000;
the balance are held by outside parties.

During the year the governor, auditor and treasurer found it
necessary to avail themselves of the law which authorizes a
temporary loan of $100,000 for revenue purposes. An agreement
was entered into with several banks to pay warrants issued
against the revenue fund, and to receive interest on such war-
rants until the treasury could redeem the same, at a rate of six
(6) per cent per annum. All interest bearing warrants were
redeemed previous to the close of the fiscal year.



INTEREST ON DEPOSITS.

The income from this source during the last fiscal year
amounted to $13,209.01.



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SEED GRAIN TO HAIL SUFFERERS.

Of the $25,117.60 advanced to hail sufferers, in compliance
with an act of the last legislature, $6,275.16 have already been
repaid. These loans are secured by bonds of counties receiv-
ing the relief, and are not included in the list c^ bonds held by
any of the trust funds.



• I take this method of acquainting you and the public of the
faithful services rendered myself and the state by Theo. Sander,
deputy state treasurer, and Mat. Jenson, clerk, and in the case
of the latter I would respectfully recommend that his salary be
increased from $900 to $1,200.

Yery respectfully,

Jos. BOBLETER,

State Treasurer.
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