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SI 4.2:

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SI 4.3:

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SI 4.4:

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SI 4.5:

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Annual reports

[See, for information concerning annual reports and the 5 volumed set of Papers of
American Historical Association, historical note at head of class and entries under
SI 4.5:]



1889 2700-170]

1890 2823-83]

1891 2907-173]

1892 3067-57]

1893 3170-104]

1894 3343-91]

1895 3429-291]
1896, v. 1 [3550 -353]

Same, v. 2 [3550 2 -353]

1897 [3710-577]

1898 [3825-295]

1899, v. 1 [4011-733]
Same, v. 2 [4012-733]

1900, v. 1 [4199-548]
Same, v. 2 [4200-548]

1901, v. 1 [4388-702]
Same, v. 2 [4389-702]

Annual reports (separates)



1902, v. 1 [4542-461]
Same, v. 2 [4543-461]

1903, v. 1 [4735-745]
Same, v. 2 [4736-745]

1904 [4884-429]

1905, v. 1 [5047-923]
Same, v. 2 [5048-923]

1906, v. 1 [5368-986]
Same, v. 2 [5369-986]

1907, v. 1 [5536-1282]
Same, v. 2 [5537-1282]

1908, v. 1 [5827-137]

Same, v. 2, [pt.] 1 [5828 '-137]
Same, v. 2, [pt.]2 [5828 2 -137]
1909 [ ? -1293]



General publications

[None issued.]

Bulletins

[None issued.]

Circulars

[None issued.]

Papers of American Historical Association

[See, for information concerning these publications, historical note at head of class.]

i v. 1
v. 2
v. 3
v. 4
v. 5

[Discontinued.]



SIS.



998

NATIONAL SOCIETY OF DAUGHTERS OF AMERI-
CAN REVOLUTION



[The act incorporating the National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution was approved
Feb. 20, 1896, and requires that the society shall report annually to the secretary of the Smithsonian
Institution concerning its proceedings.]

Classification
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SI 5.2:

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[With the exception of the first issue covering the period from 1890 to 1897, no bureau
editions were issued by the Government, although for a number of years a few
copies have been published in plain title edition at the expense of the society for
its own use. The provisions of law, however, call for Congressional document
edition only, and following are the references to these reports as they appear in
the Congressional set.]

1890-97, 1st [3735-164]

1898, year ending Oct. 11, 2d [3877-425]

1899 and 1900, Oct. 11, 1898-Oct. 11, 1900, 3d [4044-219]

1901, year ending Oct. 11, 4th 4250-447~

1902, yoar ending Oct. 11, 5th [4431-210

1903, year ending Oct. 11, 6th [4618-277

1904, year ending Oct. 11, 7th 4772-193

1905, year ending Oct. 11, 8th 4936-532

1906, year ending Oct. 11, 9th 5096-400

1907, year ending Oct. 11, 10th 5259-431

1908, year ending Oct. 11, llth 5567-117

1909, year ending Oct. 11, 12th 5651-517

General piiblications

[None issued.]
Bulletins
[None issued.]
Circulars

[None issued.]



T. TREASURY DEPARTMENT

[The Treasury Department was the third Executive Department, having been created
by act approved Sept. 2, 1789 (Stat. L. v. 1, p. 65).]



Tl.l:



Tl. SECRETARY

Annual reports on state of finances [or Finance reports]

[By the act organizing the Treasury Department approved Sept. 2, 1789 (Stat. L.
v. 1, p. 65), it was made the duty of the Secretary to prepare and report estimates
of public revenue and public expenditures, and to make report and give infor-
mation to Congress or either branch thereof in person or in writing, as required,
respecting all matters referred to him by the Senate or House or which appertain
to his office. Alexander Hamilton, the first Secretary of the Treasury, made no
annual reports, butsubmitted papers on the public credit, a national bank, manu-
factures, and the establishment of a mint. Oliver Wolcott, who succeeded Ham-
ilton as Secretary of the Treasury, made two reports on the receipts and expendi-
tures of the Government, one to the Committee of Ways and Means, Apr. 27,
1798, and the other to the House of Representatives Feb. 21, 1800.

By act approved May 10, 1800 (Stat. L. v. 2, p. 79), it was made the duty of the Secre-
tary of the Treasury to prepare and lay before Congress at the commencement of
every session a report on the subject of finance containing estimates of public
revenue and public expenditures. The first regular annual report is that of
Albert Gallatin, 1801, and thereafter there is a consecutive series.

Beginning with 1817, the annual reports have appeared regularly in the Congressional
set.

The Public Documents Library has an original print of the 1808 report, 7 p. f , and a
print of the Sept. 5, 1837, report, 16 p. 8. Both are without the accompanying
papers, which are included in the document editions thereof.

Reprints of the reports on the finances, Apr. 11, 1789-May 16, 1828, appear in American
State papers, finance, v. 1-5; see serial nos. 09-013.

Another series of reprints was issued by order of the Senate. This series consists of
7 v., printed at different times from 1828 to 1851 and including reports 1790-1849.
These volumes are listed below preceding the listing of the individual annual



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3

4
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6
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Tl. SECRETARY Tontinued

Annual reports on si ate <r li iun<-<>s |..r I- i nance roporte]
Continued

Of the Individual reports from 1817, the Public Documents Library has no edition
without Congressional document number prior to IsTI, except W.H, 1^.7, ;md 1809.
Beginning isyi , there have been both Congressional and Department editions for
each year.]

Reports on finances, 1790-1849 (reprints of annual reports)

[The Senate, by resolution of Feb. 7, 1828 (Senate journal, serial no. 162, p. 140) pro-
vided that there be printed and bound tiOO copies of the annual reports of the Secre-
tary of the Treasury, including the reports of Alexander Hamilton. The reprint-
ing of the annual ri-[>oris continued until 1849. The first print, issued by Duff
Greco, consisted of 2 v. Including the reports through 1828; the second print,
by Blair & Rives, reprinted the first 2 v. and included a third, bringing the work
down to lS:fii; l-.urr volumes continued the work to 1849.

This set includes, besides the annual reports, reprints of a few other papers on finance.

These volumes are not in the numbered series of Congressional documents.]

Reports of Secretary of Treasury [Jan. 1790-Dec. 1814] prepared in
obedience to act of May 10, 1800, to which are prefixed reports of
Alexander Hamilton on public credit, a national bank, manu-
factures, and establishment of a mint. Washington, printed by
Duff Green, 1828. v. 1.

Same. Washington, printed by Blair & Rives, 1837. v. 1. *

Same [Dec. ]815-Dec. 1828]. Washington, printed by Duff Green,
1829. v. 2.

Same. Washington, printed by Blair & Rives, 1837. v. 2.

Same [Dec. 1829-Dec. 1836]. Washington, printed by Blair &
Rives, 1837. v. 3.

Same [Sept. 1837-Dec. 1844]. Washington, printed by John C.
Rives, 1851. v. 4.

Same [Dec. 1845]. Washington, printed by John C. Rivee, 1851.
v. 5.

Same [Dec. 1846-Feb. 1849]. Washington, printed by John C.
Rives, 1851. v. 6.

Same [Dec. 1849]. Washington, printed by John C. Rives-, 1851.
v. 7.

Annual reports (regular series)



1817 [5-4]

See, for Statement of monies
paid at Treasury during
1817, [8-84].
[17-41
[31-5]
H42-12]
\(48-9]

Same, supplementary [48-32]
' 59-2]

63-3]

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76-12

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125-6]

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1818
1819

1820



1821
1822
1823
1824



1825



1830

1831
1832



Same, supplementary [193-84]
f[203-6f



\206-7
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[233-3]



1826



1827



238-9]
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266-2]
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Same, supplementary [267-13]
279-2]
286-3'
297-2'
301-4 !

309-2

311-2

314-2

321-4



1833
1834



1835
1836



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..169-4]
Same, supplementary [167-197]



1828
1829



181-7
184-9
192-3
195-6'



1838
1839



1840



1841
1842



Dec.

/ 338-2'
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1860


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1861 [1


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1861, [1112-2].




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1863 ]


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1864 ]


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1865 ]


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1869 ]


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of finances [or Finance reports]



1870


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1871


1507-2




1872


1562-2




1873


1603-2




1874


1641-2




1875


1683-2




1876


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1877


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1878


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1880


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1882


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1883


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1884


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1885, v. 1 [2384-2]


Same, v. 2 [2385-2]


1886, v. 1 \ F9479 91
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1887


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1888


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1889


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1890


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1891


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1892


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1896


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1897


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1898


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1899


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1900


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1901


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1902


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Annual reports (separates; Secretary's reports)



Annual reports (separates; miscellaneous)

General publications

Accounts. Methods of accounting in Treasury, report from Joint Com-
mission [on] Laws Organizing Executive Departments [favoring
S. 1738, 53d Congress, 2d session, to improve methods of
accounting in Treasury Department]. Mar. 6, 1894. large 8
(Treas. Dept. doc. 1671; [53d Cong. 2d seas., S. rp. 240], serial
no. 3148.) [See, for House report on same subject, Y3.Ex3:T7L]

Alcohol. Manual containing tables to be used by revenue officers with
glass hydrometers, indicating per cents by volume of alcohol in
spirituous liquors for determining relative values, etc.; calcu-
lated by R. S. McCulloh, Woods Baker, and J. B. Reynolds.
Treasury Department, stereotyped by L. Johnson and Co., 1849.
16



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Ap6-
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B64 3

B64 4

B64 5

B64
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B64 S
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B77 2
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Tl. SECRETARY (Continued

General publications Continued

Ala<ka. Laws and Executive orders relating to Alaska, lease of islands
of St. Paul and St. George to Alaska Commercial Company, and
regulations governing agents of Treasury in charge of seal fish-
cries. 1882. (Treas. Dept. doc. 269.)

A |>|iropriations. Statement of appropriations and expenditures for
public buildings, rivers and harbors, forte, arsenals, armories, and
other public works, Mar. 4, 1789-June 30, 1882. 1882. 4
('Proas. Dept. doc. 373.) [1992-196]

Apollinaris water. [Report of Treasury Department to Ways and
Means Committee enclosing correspondence relating to so-called
Apollinaris water.] [Feb. 18, 1879.]

Appraisement of merchandise. [Report of Secretary of Treasury,
response to resolution of House of Representatives of Dec. 21,
1885, with correspondence relating to appraisement of merchan-
dise imported by L. Lehmarm.] [Dec. 23, 1885.] [2392-22]

Blank forms. Catalogue of blank forms and blank record books used in
Treasury Department. 1904. 4

Bonds. Report of Secretary upon bids for United States 4 per cent
bonds of 1925, invited by circulars issued by Treasury Depart-
ment, Jan. 6, 9, and 15, 1896; response to Senate resolution of
Feb. 6, 1896. 1896.

Bonds. Present worth of outstanding bonds, upon 2| per centum basis,
for month of Dec. 1900. Nov. 21, 1900. 4

Bonds. [Table containing flat prices at which 5 per cent bonds of
1904, 4 per cent bonds of 1907, and 3 per cent bonds of 1908-18
should be sold in order to realize annual interest of 1.726 per
cent, also prices for 4 per cent bonds of 1925 to realize 1.906 per
cent.] Dec. 30, 1901. 4

Bonds. [Tables showing prices of 2, 3, and 4 per cent bonds, interest
payable quarterly, corresponding to investment values of from
\ per cent to 3 per cent per annum, from year to 20 and 30
years to maturity of bond, with simple interest table; by Jos. S.
McCoy. 1908. (Treas. Dept. doc. 2531.)

Books and blanks. Catalogue of books and blanks for use of collectors

and other customs officers. 18 ? *
Same, revised. 1872.
Same, revised. 1874. [Interleaved. This publication bears on

cover the catalogue number 830.]
See, for later catalogues, T36.5 1 : and C1.2:B64 W.

Books and blanks. Catalogue of books and blanks used bv officers

of customs at port of New York. 1871. [Interleaved.]
See, for later catalogues, T36.5 2 : and C1.2:B64 3 .

British North American colonies. Communication in compliance with
resolution of Senate of Mar. 8, 1851, report of Israel D. Andrews,
on trade and commerce of British North American colonies,
and upon trade of Great Lakes and rivers, also, notices of internal
improvements in each State, Gulf of Mexico, and straits of
Florida, and paper on cotton crop of United States. Washing-
ton, Beverley Tucker, Senate printer, 1854. [622-112] [This
report was first published in 1853, the Congressional document
number appearing on the entire edition. The volume listed
here is one of an edition of 5,000 copies reprinted by resolution
of Senate, Aug. 4, 1854. It is substantially the same as the
Congressional edition although it differs somewhat in paging
and arrangement.]

Same, maps. [23-112] [Neither bureau nor Congressional edition
has title-page; both are bound in black cloth.]

British possessions. Report on state of trade between United States
and British possessions in North America; by J. N. Lamed.
1871.



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C16
C19

C43 1

C43 2
C66 1
C66 2
C66 3
C68 1

C68 2
C73 1



C73 2



C73 3



C73 4



[Report from Treasury Department on] bill to amend law and
) provide for new designs of United States coins. [1888.]



Tl. SECRETARY Continued

General publications Continued

Buildings. History of public buildings under control of Treasury
Department, exclusive of marine hospitals and quarantine
stations. 1901. large 8

Canadian non-intercourse, reply by Secretary of Treasury to inquiry by
Foreign Affairs Committee of House of Representatives. Feb.
1887.

Carlisle, John G. [Index to] Congressional correspondence of John G.
Carlisle, Secretary of Treasury [printed as Senate executive
documents, 53d Congress, 3d session]. [1895?]

Cattle. Rules and regulations concerning cattle and other stock.
[Issued jointly with Interior Department. See I1.2:C29.]

( Chicago, 111. Letter of Secretary of Treasury appointing commissioners
to inspect custom-house under construction in Chicago, 111., and
reports of previous commissions and papers relative thereto, with
contracts for supplying stone, etc., for building. [1875.]

Chicago, 111. Report of H. F. French upon charges of irregularities
in construction of public building at Chicago. [1878.]

Coinage . Suggestions for establishment of international coinage on deci-
maland metric basis in Germany; by E. B. Elliott, n. p. [1869].

Coinage legislation. Brief history of coinage legislation in United
States. 1891.

Coins.

to

Collector. Letter of Secretary of Treasury relative to nominations of
collector and naval officer in New York custom-house, &c. n. p.
[Jan. 15, 1879].

Collectors of customs. Answer to resolution, in regard to suits against
collectors of customs pending in southern district of New York,
with accompanying correspondence. 1886. (Treas. Dept. doc.
824.) [2399-148]

Commercial and revenue system. Synopsis of commercial and revenue
system of United States as developed by instructions and deci-
sions of Treasury Department for administration of revenue laws,
with supplement of historical and tabular illustrations of origin,
organization, and practical operations of Treasury Department
and its various bureaus in fulfilment of that system; by Robert
Mayo. [1st edition.] Printed for the author in behalf of the
Department by J. & G. S. Gideon, Washington, 1847. [v. 1] 4
[Back title of copy in Public Documents Library reads: Ufnited]
States fiscal department, v. 1. The supplement mentioned in
title was issued as a separate volume; see T1.2:C73 4 .]
Same. Extra [2d] edition. Printed by J. & G. S. Gideon, Washing-
ton, 1847 [1850]. [v. 1] 4 [Coyer-title reads : United States fiscal
department, v. 1. This 2d edition of v. 1 contains 42 additional
pages relating to Treasury circulars, not included in 1st edition.]
Same. Extra [3d] edition. Printed by J. & G. S. Gideon, Wash-
ington, 1847 [1851]. [v. 1] 4 ("Cover-title reads: United States
fiscal department, v. 1. This 3d edition of v. 1 contains 62
additional pages not found in 1st edition (T1.2:C73 x ), principally
matter relating to Treasury circulars, including, on p. 39-58,
circulars dating from Mar. 28, 1850 to Aug. 30, 1851 not found
in 2d edition (T1.2:C73 2 ). After p. 58, tMs edition continues
with p. 39-42 as in the 2d edition.]

Same, supplement, with title, Treasury Department and its various
fiscal bureaus, their origin, organization, and practical opera-
tions, being a supplement to Synopsis of Treasury instructions for
administration of revenue laws affecting commercial and revenue
system of United States; by Robert Mayo. [1st edition.] Wash-
ington, printed by Wm. Q. Force, 1847[1850J. [v. 2] 4 [Cover-
title reads: United States fiscal department, v. 2.]



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C73 8



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C76 1
076 2

C76 3

C86 1

C86 2
C93

C96 1
C96 2
C96 3



C96 4

C96 5



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[Cover- title reads: United



General publications Continued

Same, supplement. Extra [2d] edition.
Wm. Q. Force, 1847 [1850]
States fiscal department,

Commerce. Statistics of foreign and domestic commerce of United
States, embracing historical review and analysis of foreign com-
merce from beginning of Government, present internal commerce
between M issis-i ppi and Atlantic States, overland trade and com-
municuiions with Pacific StatoK, productions and exchanges of
gold and silver districts, commerce of Pacific Coast, and interna-
tional relations of northern frontier of United States; in answer to
resolution of Senate, Mar. 12, 1863. 1864. [1176-55]

Consular service. Report to Secretary of Treasury upon condition of
consular service of United States; by DeB. Randolph Keim.
1872. [1520-317]

Same, bill to accompany, with title, Bill to establish consular service
for United States and to amend and consolidate sundry acts of
Congress relating to powers and duties of consular officers. [1872.]
[AlsoinTl^rCTG 1 .]

Consular service. Digest of investigations into condition of consular
service of United States of America [1870-72; by DeB. Randolph
Keim]. 1873. [1567-168]
See, for Outline of procedure, [1440-7].
See, for Preliminary report, 1870-72, [1566-145].

Credit of United States. Letter[s] on credit of U. S. Government, [nos.

1-5] July-Nov. 1871; by E. B. Elliott. 1872.
Same, no. 6, Dec. 1871; by E. B. Elliott. [1872.]

Currency Bureau, National, 1st division. Report from 1st division,
National Currency Bureau, showing its origin, growth, and pres-
ent condition, &c.; by S. M. Clark, n. p. Nov. 1864.

Custodians. Instructions to custodians of public buildings under con-
trol of Treasury Department. 1905.
See, for earlier instructions, T39.5:C96 1 ~ 3 .

Customs revenue. Statistics of customs revenue, statement [of Secre-
tary of Treasury] based upon official figures furnished by chief of
Bureau of Statistics. Aug. 25, 1892.

Custom-house fees to be collected from all vessels except those navigat-
ing waters of northern, northeastern, and northwestern frontiers
of United States otherwise than by sea. Feb. 1883. (Treas.
Dept. doc. 377.) [This publication bears on title-page the cata-
logue number 400, which was assigned to it in the Catalogue of
books and blanks (T36.5 1 :)-]
Same. 1886. (Treas. Dept. doc. 888.)

Custom-house fees to be collected from all vessels navigating waters
of northern, northeastern, and northwestern frontiers of United
States. Mar. 1883. (Treas. Dept. d^c. 378.) [This publica-
tion bears on title-page the catalogue number 401, which was
assigned to it in the Catalogue of books and blanks (T36.5 1 :).]
Same, from all vessels navigating waters of northern, northeastern,
and northwestern frontiers of United States otherwise than by
sea. 1886. (Treas. Dept. doc. 889.)
[Other lists of custom-house fees are included in Customs regulations (T1.9 i:)-l

Debt. Refunding of national debt, notes of interview between Finance
Committee of Senate and Secretary of Treasury, Comptroller of
Currency, and Treasurer of United States, with regard to H.
4592 [46th Cong. 3d sess.] to facilitate refunding of national
debt. 1881. (Treas. Dept. doc. 106.)

Debt, public. Annual outstanding principal of public debt, 1791-
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Tl. SECRETARY Continued

General publications Continued

Debt. Refunding national debt, notes of conference with [John]
Sherman, Secretary of Treasury, on part of Committee of Ways
and Means of House of Representatives [Feb. 11, 1880, includ-
ing statement of Feb. 16, 1880]. [1880.]

Debt. Interview between Senate Committee on Finance and John
Sherman, Secretary of Treasury, on refunding [of national debt],
resumption [of specie payments], legal-tenders for customs dues,
sinking fund, and kindred subjects. Jan. 30, 1880.
See also entries under Tl.2:Sp3.

Drawback rates established under tariff laws and sec. 3019, 3020, and
3029, Revised statutes. 1894. (Treas. Dept. doc. 1697.)

Duties. Letter from Secretary of Treasury to A. S. Hewitt, Committee
of Ways and Means, in response to invitation to consider certain
proposed measures for reformation of laws for collection of
[customs] duties. 1886. (Treas. Dept. doc. 820.)

Duties. Letter of Charles S. Fairchild, acting Secretary of Treasury,
to William R. Morrison, chairman of Committee on Ways and
Means, in relation to duties on silks, embroideries, laces, and
leather gloves. 1886. (Treas. Dept. doc. 849.)

Executive documents. Synopsis of executive documents, letters,
reports, etc., upon banking, coinage, currency, finance, etc.,
submitted to Congress by Secretaries of Treasury from 1st Con-
gress to 1st session of 53d Congress; compiled under direction
of Henry H. Smith, assistant Register of Treasury. 1893.

Expenditures of Government, 1789-1892. [189-?] oblong f

Filibustering expeditions. Letter of Secretary of Treasury, concern-
ing filibustering expeditions [in aid of Cubans against Spain].
Nov. 30, 1897. (Treas. Dept. doc. 1989.)

Fisheries. American fisheries, reply of Secretary of Treasury to reso-
lution of House of Representatives of Dec. 14, 1886. 1887.

Foods. Hearing before commission appointed by Secretaries of Treas-
ury, Commerce and Labor, and Agriculture to make rules and
regulations for carrying into effect provisions of foods and drugs
act approved June 30, 1906 [notice]. See A1.2IF73 1 .

Foreign carrying trade, United States, value of imports and exports
carried in United States and in foreign vessels, 1821-92. [189-?]
oblong f

Geneva award. Receipt and investment of Geneva award money
[letter of Frank W. Hackett, dated June 17, 1882, to William
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