Citation
Cuba, receipts and expenditures, votes, cable and postal service

Material Information

Title:
Cuba, receipts and expenditures, votes, cable and postal service Payments of military officers [and miscellaneous House and Senate documents, 1900]
Series Title:
U.S. Congress. 56th. 1st sess. Senate. Docs. 102, 177 (pts. 2-3), 264, 316, 369, 440; House: Docs. 695-696
Creator:
United States -- Congress
Place of Publication:
Washington
Publisher:
Publisher not identified
Publication Date:
Language:
English
Physical Description:
1 online resource (1 volume (various pagings)) : tables ;

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Employees ( fast )
Empleados ( qlsp )
Officials and employees -- Cuba ( lcsh )
Cuba ( fast )
Genre:
non-fiction ( marcgt )

Notes

General Note:
Binder's title.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
UF Latin American Collections
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item. Users of this work have responsibility for determining copyright status prior to reusing, publishing or reproducing this item for purposes other than what is allowed by fair use or other copyright exemptions. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions may require permission of the copyright holder. The Smathers Libraries would like to learn more about this item and invite individuals or organizations to contact Digital Services (UFDC@uflib.ufl.edu) with any additional information they can provide.
Resource Identifier:
036230352 ( ALEPH )
1040034803 ( OCLC )

Full Text



UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA LIBRARIES
THIS VOLUME HAS BEEN MICROFILMED BY THE UNTVERSTTY OF FLORIDA LIBRARIES.






















56TH CONGRESS, SENATE. j DOCUMENT
1st Session. No. 102.
/ .
CUBA SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
MESSAGE
FROM THE
PRESIDENT. OF THE UNITED STATES,
TRANSMITTING
A REPORT FROM THE SECRETARY OF STATE, WITH ACCOMPANYING PAPERS, WITH REFERENCE TO THE CLAIM OF THE CUBA SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH COMPANY, A BRITISH CORPORATION, FOR COMPENSATION OF THE EXPENSE INCURRED IN REPAIRING THE DAMAGE DONE TO ITS CABLES AND PROPERTY BY UNITED STATES FORCES DURING THE WAR WITH SPAIN.
JANUARY 23, 1900.-Read, referred to the Committee on Relations with Cuba, and ordered to be printed.
io the Senate and House of _Representatives:
I transmit herewith a report from the Secretary of State, with accompanying papers, with reference to the claim of the Cuba Submarine Telegraph Company, a British corporation, for compensation of the expenses incurred in repairing the damage done to its cables and property by United States forces during the war with Spain.
I recommend that, as an act of equity and comity, provision be made by the Congress for reimbursement to the company of the actual expenses incurred by it in the repair of its lines and property.
WILLIAM McKINLEY.
EXECUTIVE MANSION, January 23, 1900.
The PRESIDENT:
On the 12th instant the Secretary of State laid before the President the papers in the matter of the claim of the Eastern Extension Australasia and China Telegraph Company, Limited, for compensation on account of expenses incurred in repairing its Manila-Hongkong and Manila-Capiz cables, which were cut under orders from Admiral Dewey during the late war with Spain, and on January 16, 1900, the President transmitted the same to the Congress with a recommendation that, as an act of equity and comity, provision be made by the Congress for




2 CUBA SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH COMPANY.
reimbursement to the company of the actual expenses incurred by it in the repair of the cables.
The Secretary of State has now the honor to submit to the President, with a view to its transmission to the Congress with a like recommendation, if his judgment approve thereof, the similar claim of the Cuba Submarine Telegraph Company, amounting to 8,174 17s. 9d., for compensation of expenses incurred in repairing the damage done to its cables and property by United States war vessels during the hostilities between the United States and Spain.
Respectfully submitted.
JOHN HAY.
DEPARTMENT OF STATE,
Washington, January 19, 1900.
zr Tower to 2TrL. Hay.
BRITISH EMBASSY,
TfUashington, November 6, 1899.
DEAR MR. SECRETARY: The Cuba Submarine Telegraph Company have forwarded a statement of the cost of repairing damage done to their cables and property by the United States war vessels in 1898, during the hostilities between Spain and the United States.
I am directed by Lord Salisbury to communicate to you this statement, and to inquire whether you will be prepared to submit it for the consideration of Congress in the same manner as the claim of the Eastern Extension Australasia and China Telegraph Company, Limited.' In this latter case Mr. Adee, then Ac cing Secretary, was kind enough to inform me on September 8 last that the detailed statement of the claim preferred by that company, amounting to 912 5s. 6d., would be brought to the attention of Congress at its next session with a suitable recommendation.
As you will observe from the statement herein inclosed, the claim of the Cuban Submarine Telegraph Company for the cost of repairing the damage done to their cables and property amounts to 8,174 17s. 9d,
I am, yours, very truly,
REGINALD TOWER.
[Inclosure.]
THE CUBA SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH COMPANY, LIMITED.
Statement of costs for damage done to company's cables and property by United States war
vessels in 1898 during the war between Spain and the United States.
Repairs of cables cut between Manzanillo and Casilda:
For hire of schooner, including wages and victualing
of electrician and cable hands employed------$1, 930. 28
Miscellaneous expenses in testing cables, fitting up, loading, and discharging schooner------------269.8S5
Cost of 0.56 knot of intermediate cable used, at 120 s. d.
per knot-----------------------------67 4 0
Cost of cable stores used--------------------2 0 6
1Sumttdto the Congress on January 16, 1900.




CUBA SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH COMPANY. 3
Repair of cables cut and damaged off Cienfuegos:
India Rubber, Gutta Percha, and Telegraph Works
Company's account for the hire of their cable steamer s.d.
S. S. Buccaneer, 80 days at, 68 per day ----------5, 440 0 0
Cost of cable used, viz:
s. d.
0. 848 knot shore end, at 375 per knot. 318 0 0 670 knots intermediate, at 120 per knot 200 8 0 6. 716 knots deep sea, at 100 per knot.. 671 12 0
1,190 0 0
India Rubber Company's account for cable stores used. 73 14 0
Hire of barges for landing shore ends ----------------- 314.00
Miscellaneous expenses in testing cables, loading and
discharging cable steamer -------------------------427.44
Property lost by bombardment of Colorados cable house,
Cienfuegos:
Testing instruments, batteries, line connections, and furniture destroyed --------------------------------- 2, 335.00
Rebuilding Colorados cable house, Cienfuegos:
Contract price of rebuilding cable house --------------1, 730.56
7,007.13=1,401 8 6
8,174 17 9
THE CUBA SUBMARINE TELEGRAPH COMPANY, LIMITED. IDS. SCOTT, Secretary.
_,M)1% ife'4e0Iah o to 0JM1 fla-1y.
WAR DEPARTMENT,
OFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT SECRETARY, sk/nton, 1). 0., Jacnary 4, 1900,
SIR: I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of November 13 last, inclosing, for the information of this Department,
copy of an informal note from the British charge d'affaires at this capital, stating the inability of Her Majesty's Government to concur in the Attorney-General's views regarding the claim of the Cuba Submarine Telegraph Company, Limited, on account of the expenses incurred by that company in the repair of its cable, alleged to have been injured in the war between the United States and Spain, together with copies of other papers relating thereto, and requesting an expression of the views of this Department as to the propriety of an arrangement to
submit the subject in question to Congress.
In reply, I beg to advise you that this Department entertains the
view that it is proper to refer said claim to Congress, such course being in harmony with the action already taken on a similar claim made by the Eastern Extension Australia and China Telegraph
Company.
Very respectfully, G. D. MEIKLEJOHN,
Assistant Secretary of IWr.
The SECRETARY OF STATE.







56TH CONGRESS, SENATE. DOCUMENT
1st Session. No. 177.
PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA.
LETTER
FROM
THE SECRETARY OF WAR,
TRANSMITTING,
IN RESPONSE TO THE RESOLUTION OF THE SENATE OF JANUARY 17, 1900, A REPORT SHOWING THE RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMS, POSTAL SERVICE, INTERNAL REVENUE, AND MISCELLANEOUS SOURCES FROM THE DATE OF THE OCCUPATION OF CUBA BY THE MILITARY FORCES OF THIS GOVERNMENT, JANUARY 1, 1899, TO DECEMBER 31, 1899, ETC.
FEBRUARY 16, 1900.-Referred to the Committee on Relations with Cuba and ordered to be printed.
WAR DEPARTMENT,
Washington, February 15, 1900.
SIR: I have the honor to transmit herewith a report, in response to the following resolution of the Senate of the United States, dated the 17th ultimo:
Resolved, That the Secretary of War be, and he is hereby, directed to send to the Senate an itemized statement of public receipts from taxation, customs, and all other sources, collected in Cuba, and also of public expenditures, including salaries paid to all officers and incidental expenses, in Cuba, out of revenues so collected since the United States Government assumed control of that island.
The statement shows the receipts from customs, postal service, internal revenue, and miscellaneous sources from the date of the occupation of Cuba by the military forces of this Government, January 1, 1899, to December 31, 1899. The expenditures from January 1, 1899, to June 301 1899, were made for the purpose therein specified from funds allotted by the governor-general to the Division of Cuba and the military departments. The disbursements from July 1, 1899, to December 31, 1899, appear in the statement as made from allotment of funds to cities and provinces, showing for what purposes in said cities and provinces such disbursements were made.
The salaries paid to officials and employees connected with the administration of the government of Cuba, and the incidental expenses thereof, are included in the items of expenditures from the allotments for the several branches of the government specified.




2 PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA.
The original sources from which the information contained in the report herewith was compiled are shown in the inclosed copies of reports and certificates of the treasurer and the auditor of Cuba, covering the receipt, disbursement, and audit of revenues during the year 1899, and are more particularly described in the memorandum of inclosures hereto attached.
Under the system of auditing established for the island of Cuba by Executive order dated May 8, 1899, pursuant to conference between the Treasury Department and the War Department, the accounts of public receipts and expenditures of funds of that island have been audited by officers appointed by the President, having their offices in Cuba and reporting the results of their work to this Department in form similar to reports of the Auditor for the Treasury Department to the Secretary of the Treasury. If an itemized statement in greater detail than is shown in the inclosed copies of reports and certificates is desired, recourse must be had to the accounts kept in Cuba.
A copy of the resolution of the Senate of January 17 has been forwarded to the military governor of Cuba with a direction that such a detailed statement be prepared, and that without awaiting the completion of such full detailed statement, a statement showing the salaries paid to all officers and incidental expenses be prepared and transmitted to this Department, when it will be forwarded to the Senate.
Very respectfully,
ELIHU ROOT, Secretary of War.
The PRESIDENT PRO TEMPORE,
United States Senate.
CUSTOMS PORT OF BARACOA.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Habana, Cuba, October 5, 1899.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Lieut. Herman C. Schumm, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Baracoa, Cuba, for the month of July, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Lieut. Herman C. Schumm the sum of $7,874.19, as follows:, Balance June 30, 1899 ------------------------------------------------ $6, 034.55
Imports ............................................................ 1 639. 09
Tonnage dues ----------------------------------------------------- 28.34
Harbor improvement tax ........................................... 33.52
Increased duties on reliquidation ................................ 62.96
Consular fees ---------- -- -- - -- - -- --........ ------- 10. 00
Auditor's corrections, month of July ................................... 4.13
Miscellaneous (rent) ............................................. .60.00
To accountable warrant No. 31 for July ............................... 840.00
8,712.59
By salaries for July ........ ........................ 515.00
By miscellaneous expenditures ...................................... 25.00
By refund of tonnage dues----------------------------------------... 298.40
Balance due United States military government of the island of Cuba.+ 7, 874. 19
8, 712.59
~W. H. EMERY,
Acting Auditor for the Island of Caba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.




PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA. 3
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Habana, Cuba, October 5, 1899.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Lieut. Herman C. Schumm, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Baracoa, Cuba, for the month of August, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Lieut. Herman C. Schumm the sum of $3,305.49, as follows: Balance July 31, 1899 ------------------------------------------------- $7,874. 19
Imports -------------------------------------------------------------- 2,283.28
Tonnage dues ---------------------------------------------------- 60.53
Harbor-improvement tax-------------------------------------------56.58
Capitation tax ------------------------------------------------------- 1.00
Consular fees ------------------------------------------------------ -. 25.00
Increased duties on reliquidation ----------------------------------- 143. 12
To accountable warrant No. 51, for August-------------------------1, 125.00
11, 568.70
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the credit of the treasurer of the island of Cuba ................................--.. 7,672.59
By salaries for August- ---.------- ....-.-----...- -.-- --------.S 0t8.00
By miscellaneous expenditures ..--.-.---_--..-... .............. 72.62
Balance due United States military government of the island of Cuba 3,305.49
11, 568.70
W. H. EMERY,
Acting Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUIBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Jabana, Cuba, October 13, 1899.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Lieut. Herman C. Schumm, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Baracoa, Cuba, for the month of September, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Lieut. Herman C. Schumm the sum of $7,634.34, as follows:
Balance August 31, 1899.. ..................................- $3, 305.49
Im ports .............................................................. 4, 094.98
Exports ---------------.............................................. 2. 30
Tonnage dues ----------------------------12.95
Harbor-improvement tax ------------------- ------------------------ 75.38
Consular fees ......................................................... 25.00
Accountable warrant No. 183, for September.. ......................... 773.00
8,289.10
Salaries .............................................................. 515. 00
Miscellaneous expenditures ........................................... 139.76
Balance due United States military government of the island of Cuba..- 7,634.34
8,289.10
IWM. P. WATSON,
Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR :FOR THE ISLAND,
~Habana, Cuba, January 2, 1900.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Lieut. Herman C. Schnmm, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Baracoa,




4 PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA.
Cuba, for the month of October, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Lieut. Herman C. Schumm, the sum of $5,010.78, as follows: Balance, September 30, 1899 --------------------------------------- $7,)634.34
Imports ----------------------------------------------- $3, 895'.29
Tonnage dues..----..-----............................----193.08
Harbor-improvement tax ----------------------------78.51
Reliquidations -------------------------------79.84
- 4,246.72
Accountable warrant No. 234, for October .---------------------------742.00
. 1 12,1623.06
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the- credit of the
treasurer of the island of Cuba.-..- --- .- - .- --- ---..----. 6,915.11
Salaries------ -------------------------------------- $518.00
Miscellaneous expenditures----------------179. 17
697.17
Balance due United States military government of Cuba...__......---5, 010. 78
12,623.06
W. H. EMERY,
Auditor for the I8land of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Wa8hington, D. C.
Cuban Gu8tom8 Service.-Report of ve88els entered and cleared, with customs receipts and
epITure, at the port of Baracoa, Cuba, month ofNoebr189
NUMBER OF VESSELS ENTERED AND CLEARED, WITH THEIR TONNAGE.
Number of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered ---------------------------------------------- --. 94
Cleared --------------------------------------------------------- 92
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered-------------------- w------------- -------------------- 11,1168
Cleared--------------------------------------------w.....11,1196
Number of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered -------------------------------------------------------- 6
Cleared---------------------------------------.- 5
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade:42
Entered-------------------------------------- 4,42
Cleared-------------------------- ----------- ----------- 4278
Number of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax---------------- 16
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax ---- 426.50 Number of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax------------1
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax 31---RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMS.
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in coastwise trade.............. $8.53
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in foreign trade --------------3.10
Harbor improvement--------------------------- ----------------- 59.00
Total of all other import duties collected ---------------------------- 1573. 84
Total receipts from all other customs sources------------- ------------ 4.10
Total of all receipts during month----------------------1,648.57




PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA. 5
EXCESS.
Excess of all receipts over all expenditures during the month ...........$488.05
GOODS IN BOND.
Total amount of customs duty on goods in bond at end of month---------175. 66 HERMAN C. SCHUMM,
Collector of Customs.
Gubancustoms service.-Report Of Vessels entered and cleared, with Customs receipts and
expenditures, at the port of Baracoa, Cuba, month of December, 1899.
NUMBER OF VESSLS ENTERED AND CLEARED, WITH THEIR TONNAGE.
Number of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered-------------------------------------------------------..84
Cleared ---------------------------------------------- ---- 82
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered------------------------------------------------------ 10,277
Cleared----------------------------------------------------.... 10,275
Number of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered .- 3
Cleared --------------------------------------------------------- 5
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered ------------------------------------------------------ 3,591
Cleared------------------------------------------------------- 3779
Number of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax .......12 Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax ---- 2,1948 Number of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax --------------------2
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax..------ 277
RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMS.
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in coastwise trade--------.. $58. 96
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in foreign trade------------------- 40.80
Harbor improvement tax-----------------------------------60.38
Total of all other import duties collected.--------- --.----. .- -------1,1187.32
Total of all export duties collected -----------------------------------.. 2.07
Total receipts from all other customs sources:
Passengers---------------------------$3.00
Inspection of cattle ----------------------------------9.20
12.20
Total receipts from all other sources-Consular fees.-------------------- 7.50
Total of all receipts during month-----------------------.... 1,369.23
EXPENDITURES FROM CUSTOMS RECEIPTS.
Total salaries of all customs employees for the month. - --....m-----m395.00
Total for rents, supplies, etc., and all other expenses for customs during
month -- -- -- -- -- -- ---------------------------------- --------- _21.17
Total expenditures for all other purposes authorized during month....- 44.48 Office stamps-----------------------$7.75
Office supplies---------------------1.73
Office repairs------------------------------------ ----m......2. 00
Customs services----------.. m----------- ------------------ 33. 00
Toal- of al_ xedtrs1uigmnh-------------406




6 PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA.
CUSTOMS PORT OF BATABANO.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
,OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Habana, Cuba, October 5, 1899.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Ramon Maria Caias, deputy collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Bataban6, Cuba, for the month of July, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Ramon Maria Cai-ias the sum of $553.97. Tonnage dues ........................................................ $130.41
To accountable warrant No. 8, for July ............................... 640.50
770.91
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the credit of the treasurer of the island of Cuba .................................... 76.44
By salaries for July ............. ................................. 125.00
By miscellaneous expenditures ....................................... 15.50
Balance due United States military government of the island of Cuba 553.97
770.91
W. H. EMERY,
Acting Auditor for the Island of Cuba. The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, fHabana, Cuba, October 23, 1899.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Ramon Maria Cafias, deputy collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Bataban6, Cuba, for the month of August, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Ramon Maria Cafias the sum of $499.55. Balance July 31, 1899 ----------------------------------------- $553.97
Tonnage dues .........................................................78.92
Fines and penalties --...................- --...................... 5.00
Accountable warrant No. 101, for August .............................. 138.50
776.39
Deposited with North American Trust Company to the credit of the treasurer of the island of Cuba.. ................................. 137.89
Salaries ........................................................ 125.00
Miscellaneous expenditures ------------------------ ----------- 13.95
Balance due United States military government of the island of Cuba.. 499.55
776.39
WM. P. WATSON,
Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Biabana, Cuba, November, 1899.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Ramon M. Cafias, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Bataban6, Cuba, for the month of September, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Ramon M. Caflas the sum of $504.23. Balance August 31, 1899--------------------.......................... $499.55
Tonnage dues ..-..................................... 58.84
Accountable warrant No. 198, for September............................ 143.50
701.89




PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA. 7
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the credit of the
treasurer of the island of Cuba ...................................... $58.84
Salaries -------------------------------------------------------------- 125.00
Miscellaneous expenses ----------------------------------------------- 13.82
Balance due United States military government of the island of Cuba.. 504.23
701.89
WM. P. WATSON,
Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Habana, Cuba, January 8, 1900.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Ramon M. Cafias, deputy collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Bataban6, Cuba, for the month of October, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Ramon M. Cafias the sum of $511.93.
Balance September 30, 1899-----------------------------. 504.23
Tonnage dues -------------------------------------------------------- 48.62
Accountable warrant No. 294 for October-------------------------... 146.50
699.35
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the credit of
the treasurer of the island of Cuba ................................. 48.62
Salaries .............................................................. 125.00
Miscellaneous expenditures .............-,........................ 13.80
Balance due United States military government of the island of Cuba. 511.93
699.35
WM. P. WATSON,
Auditor for the Il8and of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Wa8hington, D. C.
Report of vessels entered and cleared, with customs receipts and expenditures, at the port
of Bataban6, month of November, 1899.
NUMBER OF VESSELS ENTERED AND CLEARED, WITH THEIR TONNAGE.
Number of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered -------------------------------1.......................... 125
Cleared_ .. .. ........................... 130
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered ....... _............ 8,749
Cleared ..................................................... 9,956
Number of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered-------------- ............................. ..........- 1
Cleared ..................................... ................... 1
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered------ ........-------------------------------------- 44
Cleared ...------------------------------------------------------ 44
Number of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax................ 111
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax ..... 4,770 Number of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax............1
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax ......44
RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMS.
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in coastwise trade ..................$78.21
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in foreign trade ....................8.80
Total capitation tax collected on immigrants .. ............... 1.00
Total of all other import duties collected............................... 26. 76




8 PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA.
Total receipts from other customs sources:
Harbor improvement tax .............................. $4.80
Cattle inspection ------------------------------------6. 10
$10.90
Total of all receipts during month ----------------------------125.67
EXPENDITURES FROM CUSTOMS RECEIPTS.
Tonnage refunded -------------------------------------- ------- 4.40
Total salaries of all customs employees for the month ................. 125.00
Total for rents, supplies, etc., and all other expenses for customs during month ------------------------------------------------------ 12.00
Total expenditures for all other purposes authorized during month:
Gastos de dos viages autorizados hechos por el activo
colector 6 Habana: imposts .-.---. .. t----------- $10.00
Alumbrados ----.- -- -- ------------ --- -- 1.50
Derechos para giros postal .............................52
12.02
Total of all expenditures during month ------------------------- 153.42
RAMON M. CARAS,
Deputy Collector of Custom8.
Report of vessels entered and cleared, with customs receipts and expenditures, at Batabano,
Cuba, month of December, 1899.
NUMBER OF VESSELS ENTERED AND CLEARED, WITH THEIR TONNAGE.
Number of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered -------------------------------------------------------- 155
Cleared.- ---- -------.-......... ..... .... ......... ..... 144
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered --------------------------------------------------...... 12, 840
Cleared .................................................. 11, 960
Number of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered------------------------------------------------------- 1
Cleared ---------------------------------------------------------- 1
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered ------------------------------------------------------- 111
Cleared---- ----.---------------- -------------------------- 111
Number of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax .............. -119
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax -------- 2,454 Number of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax-................ -1
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax ------ -111
RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMS.
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in coastwise trade .-- $29.45
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in foreign trade-------------. 11.10
Total of all other import duties collected ------------ --------------- 98.58
Total receipts from fines, seizures, confiscations, etc .--------- 50. 00
Total receipts from all other customs sources (collection from Isle of
Pines for November) ------------------------------------------ 30.00
Total receipts from all other sources:
Harbor improvements----------------$10.00
Inspection .----------------------------------.... 6. 35
16.85
Total of all receipts during month------------------------------.235. 98
EXPENDITURES FROM CUSTOMS RECEIPTS.
Total duties, fines, etc., of all kinds, refunded during month 50. 00
Total salaries of all customs employees for the mouth-------------------125.00
Total for rents, supplies, etc., and all other expenses for customs during
month-----------------------------12.00




PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA.9
Total expenditures for all otlier purposes authorized during month:
Official seal---------------------$7. 75
Light ----------------------------------------------- 1.90
Money orders.......................9
- $10.15
Total of all expenditures during month...-. . .197.15
EXCESS.
Excess of all receipts over all expenditures during the month ............38.83
AGASTIN AGtERO,
Acting Collector of Customs.
CUSTOMS PORT OF CIENFUEGOS. [War Department, Office of the Secretary, Division of Customs and Insular Affairs.] MEMORANDUM.
The reports upon Form No. 1, port of Cienfuegos, Cuba, for the months of September, October, and November, 1899, were returned for correction, but the receipts and expenditures as expressed therein were as follows: RECEIPTS.
September ................................................... .. $100,291.57
October.....................................................------80,084.42
November .......... ......................................... 68, 900.82
249, 276. 81
EXPENDITURES.
September........................................ 11, 329.75October...w__.................................................. 15, 348.14
November......................... ----........................... 5,525.47
32, 203.36
Report of vessels entered and cleared, with customs receipts and exedtueaCefeg8
Cuba, month of July, 1899.
NUMBER OF VESSELS ENTERED AND CLEARED, WITH THEIR TONNAGE.
Number of vessels in coastwise, trade:
Entered.......................................................--58
Cleared.................... ................................w-----47
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered.......................................w----------------- 11,953
Cleared................................................10, 317
Number of vessels in 'foreign trade:




10 PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA.
RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMS.
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in coastwise trade .............. $59. 01
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in foreign trade 2, 687.44
Total capitation tax collected on immigrants ----------- -34.00
Total of all other import duties collected ---------------------........ 113, 512.58
Total of all export duties collected ....--------------227.67
Total receipts from all other customs sources:
lieliquidation of entries ------------$7.00
Extra pay to inspectors --------------------------- 10.00
Special harbor-improvement tax ------------------------1, 820.54
1, 837.54
Total of all receipts during month ... ......... 118, 358.24
EXPENDITURES FROM CUSTOMS RECEIPTS.
Total duties, fines, etc., of all kinds refunded during month ----------- 1, 813.83
Total salaries of all customs employees for the month:
Pay roll $3, 434.25
Officers' subsistence ----------------------------------- 155.00
3, 589.25
Total for rents, supplies, etc., and all other expenses for customs during
month .................... 816.92
Total of all expenditures during month ............... ....... 6,220.00
EXCESS.
Excess of all receipts over all expenditures during the month ......... 112, 138.24 W. Y. STAMPER, Collector of Custom8.
Report of Vessels entered and cleared, with customs receipts and expenditures, at Cienfuegos,
Cuba, month of August, 1899.
NUMBER OF VESSELS ENTERED AND CLEARED, WITH THEIR TONNAGE.
Number of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered --------------------.................................... 39
Cleared- ....-.--- -.---...--....... ------------------39
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered----------- ........---.-------.-.-.-....--...-..... 9, 743
Cleared .--------------------------------......------------------- 10,588
Number of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered ---------------------- ---------------------- ----------23
Cleared .......................................................... 22
Total tonnage of vessels in foreigntrade:
Entered ---------------------------------------------------- 36, 330
Cleared. ---...-.-.-.-----------I.--------------------- .----- 33, 669
Number of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax 16
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax 2,965.57
Number of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax-............... 7
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax ......... 8,273
RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMS.
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in coastwise trade ............. -$59.32
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in foreign trade....... 1, 654. 60
Total capitation tax collected on immigrants--------------46.00
Total of all other import duties collected--------------117, 308. 09
Total of all export duties collected. -12.41
Total receipts from all other customs sources:
Reliquidation of entries-------..........................$94. 69
Extra pay to inspectors................00. 00
Special harbor-improvement tax----------------------...144.04
1, 638.73
Total of all receipts during month------------. 120, 719.15




PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA. 11
EXPENDITURES FROM CUSTOMS RECEIPTS.
Total duties, fines, etc., of all kinds refunded during month -----------$8, 874.64
Total for rents, supplies, etc., and all other expenses for customs during
month ------------------------------------------------------------ 1, 196.55
Total of all expenditures during month 10, 071.19
EXCESS.
Excess of all receipts over all expenditures during the month --------- 110, 647.96 W. Y. STAMPER, Collector of Customs.
Repoit of vessels entered and cleared, with customs receipts and expenditures, at Cienfuegos,
Cuba, month of Deceniber, 1899.
NUMBER OF VESSELS ENTERED AND CLEARED, WITH THEIR TONNAGE.
Number of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered ------------------------------------------------------56
Cleared-------------------------------------------.. .. 56
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered ---------------------------------------------------18,673
Cleared .......................................................... 19,759
Number of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered ......................................................... 20
Cleared --------------------------------------------------------- 21
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered ----------------------------------------------------.-- 26, 655
Cleured .......---------.----------------------------- 27,075
Number of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax ............. 11
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax ------- 2, 853.83 Number of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax ................ 10
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax .......... 94.74
RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMS.
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in coastwise trade .............-$56. 16
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in foreign trade ................ 1, 894.80
Total capitation tax collected on immigrants------------------------1, 736.82
Total of all other import duties collected... .... ---------------------104, 342.30
Total of all export duties collected-- .-..................--------- 201. 92
Total receipts from fines, seizures, confiscations, etc ................. 37. 91
- Total receipts from all other customs sources:
Extra pay to inspector.-----------------........ $145.00
Cattle vessels inspector fees---------------- 45.00
Storage and cartage charges ------------------------ 16. 66
Capitation tax on passengers ......................... 5.00
Cattle head tax ---------------.......... ............. 252.70
Animal head tax -- --.- .------------- 112.90
Reliquidation of entries .............................. 78.57
655.83
Total receipts from all other sources-Consular fees- .................. 7.00
Total of all receipts during month ----------------- ---- -108, 932. 74
EXPENDITURES FROM CUSTOMS RECEIPTS.
Total duties, fines, etc., of all kinds, refunded during month- .-. 1, 357.50
Total salaries of all customs employees for the month:
Pay roll for November, 1899------------$4, 489.66
Extra pay to inspector----------....................... 235.00
Officers subsistence---------------..................... 305.00
Pay roll for December, 1899------------------------...4, 526. 57
- 9, 556. 23




12 PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA.
Total for rent, supplies, etc., and all other expenses for customs during month-----------------------------------------------------..... $1,274.58
Total of all expenditures during month-----------------------.. 12,1188. 31
EXCESS.
Excess 'of all receipts over all expenditures during the month---------- 96,2744.43
W. Y. STAMPER, Collector of Customs.
CUSTOMS PORT OF CARDENAS.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Habana, Cuba, September 30, 1899.
SIn: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Lieut. M. B. Stokes, collector of customs and disbursing officer for the port of Cardenas, Cuba, for the month of August, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Lieut. M. B. Stokes the sum of $17,036.75, as follows: Balance------------ ---------------------------------- $30,843.37
Imports------------------------------------------ 15, 073.01
Tonuage dues ----------------------------------------------------- 463.49
Harbor improvement tax----------------------504.12
Fines and penalties ----------------------------------15.00
Consular fees.- -.. m-------------------------------- 5. 00
Cattle inspectionu---------------------- --------- ------------------- 98. 50
Extra service employees -- ----------- 70.00
Miscellaneous------------------------------------- ------ 6.00
To accountable warrant No. 89, for August ..................... 1, 934.06
1 49, 012. 55
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the credit of the treasurer of the island of Cuba-...- -- --------------------------- 30,463.48
By salaries -------m- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- m------------------------------- 1,362.46
By miscellaneous expenditures.- ------ -- -- 149. 86
Balance due United States military government of the island of Cuba..- 17, 036.75
49,9012. 55
W. H. EMERY,
Acting Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.
CUSTOMS SERVICE OF TBlE ISLAND OF CUBA, OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR,
BHabana, Cuba, August 26, 1899.
Sin: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Lieut. M. B. Stokes, collector of customs for the port of Cardenas, Cuba, for July, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by the said collector the sum of $30,843.37, as follows:
For~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ duie colete on imotA----------------$9 4.6




PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA. 13,
By transfer funds to pay roll, custom-house.----------- $1, 362.47
By refund of tonnage dues ----------------------------------------- 357.20
By extra pay to inspectors------------------------------------------ 12.00
By rent and miscellaneous------------------------------------------ 112.46
By unexpended funds account warrant No. 1........................... 294.94
By cash on hand ................................................. 30,548.43
32, 687. 50
W. H. EMERY,
A88istant Auditor for the I8land of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Wa8hington, D. C.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Biabana, Cuba, September 30, 1899.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Lieut. M. B. Stokes, collector of customs and disbursing officer for the port of Cardenas, Cuba, for the month of July, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Lieut. M. B. Stokes the sum of $30,843.37, as follows: Imports......................................................... $29, 147.64
Tonnage dues.-...................... 438. 14
Harbor-improvement tax..........................................--- 762.45
Fines and penalties........................80.00
Cattle inspection................................................... 89.20
Mirsceaneus.....................................................00
To accountable warrant No. 41 for July................... ........ 2, 139. 07
32,1687.50
By salaries.-................................. 1362.47
By miscellaneous expenditures .............................. ........ 124.46
By refunds of tonnage dues ......................................... 357.20
Balance due United States military government of the island of Cuba.. 30, 843.37
32,687.50
W. H. EMERY,
Acting Auditor for the I8land of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WARWashington, D. C.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA.
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR OF THE ISLAND, BHabana, Cuba, October 23, 1899.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the Uecounts of Lieut. M. B. Stokes, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Cardenas, Cuba, for the month of September, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by the said M. B. Stokes the sum of $20,264.72, as follows:
Balance August 31, 1899...................................--------- $17,036.75
Imports.....................................................------28,1071.91
Tonnage dues ..................................................... 258.20
Harbor imrvmn tanom............... ... 108




14 PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA.
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the credit of the
treasurer of the island of Cuba----------------------------------- $26,1611. 17
Salaries --------------------------------------- *------------------ 1,599.46
Refund of duties on reliquidation. ------------------------------------ 67. 60
Miscellaneous expenditures----------------------------------------- 571. 82
Balance due United States military government, island of Cuba-----20,264.72
49, 104. 77
WM. P. WATSO-N,
Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
THE SECRETARY OF WAR, TWashington, D. C.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Riabana, Cuba, January 8, 1900.
SIR: I have the honor to report-that I have examined the accounts of Lieut. I. B. Stokes, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Cardenas, Cuba, for the month of October, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by Lieut. M. B. Stokes the sum of $19,442.77, as follows: Balance September 30, 1899---------------------------------------- $20, 264.72
Imports -.- -20, 140. 13
Tonnage lus-------------------------205. 69
Harbor- improvement tax-----------------------------479.47
Consular fees,------------------------------------------------------- 2. 00
Cattle inspection -- 95. 90
Extra-service employees-------------------------------------------- 60. 00
Accountable warrant No. .230 for October ............................. 1,830. 97
43, 078. 88.
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the credit of the
treasurer of the island of Cuba.................................----21, 585. 9a
Salaries---------------------............................ 1, 462. 46
Miscellaneous expenditures----------------------------------------... 387.72
Refunds--------------------------------------------------------.... 200.00,
Balance due United States military government of Cuba .............. 19,442.77
43,078. 89
WM. P. WATSON,
Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.
Report of vessels entered and cleared, with customs receipts and expenditures, at Cardenas, month of November, 1899.
NUMBER OF VESSELS FONTERED AND CLEARED, WITH THEIR TONNAGE.
Number of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered--------------------------------------------------- 723,
Cleared..---_.... ..........................................82
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered -----------------------------3, 979. 20




PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA.
RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMS.
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in coastwise trade ------------- $27. 22
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in foreign trade --------------- 71.00
Total capitation tax collected on immigrants -------------.------. 587.27
Total of all other import duties collected ---------------------------- 18, 836.49
Total receipts from fines, seizures, confiscations, etc ................... -50.00
Inspection of cattle and live stock ------------------------------------ 43.80
Total receipts from all other sources:
Extra service of inspector during night-------------- $20.00
Rent of room (October) -----------6.00
26.00
Total of all receipts during month----------------.. .-..... 19, 641.78
EXPENDITURES FROM CUSTOMS RECEIPTS.
Total duties, fines, etc., of all kinds refunded during month ............ 172.08
Total salaries of all customs employees for the month -----------.-.-- 1, 395.80
Total for rents, supplies, etc., and all other expenses for customs during month ------------------------------------------------------------. 126.15
Total expenditures for all other purposes authorized during month:
Extra employees .......................................... $11.11
Extra service of inspectors----------------------.... 20. 00
Cattle inspection --------.------------------------------- 28.80
Rent of steam launch (October and November)--------. 300. 00
359.91
Total of all expenditures during month ........ ................. 2, 053.94
EXCESS.
Excess of all receipts over all expenditures during the month --------- 17,587.84
M. B. STOKES,
First Iieutenant, Tenth Infantry, Collector.
Report of ve88els entered and cleared, with customs receipts and expenditures, at Cardenas,
month of December, 1899.
NUMBER OF VESSELS ENTERED AND CLEARED) WITH THEIR TONNAGE.
Number of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered ....................................................... 231
Cleared----------------------------........................... 87
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered ---------------------------------- ------------ 4, 615.96
Cleared --.------...----------..............------------------- 4,455.19
Number of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered --- -................................................ .1
Cleared--------------------------------...------.. ........ 17
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered ------------ -------------------------------------12, 598.62
Cleared ----------------------------.---------------------------- 13,027. 16"
Number of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax 53
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax-....... 1,587.93 Number of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax ---------------- 9
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax .......... 3,030.24
RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMS.
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in coastwise trade............... $27. 25
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in foreign trade-------------------379.45
Total capitation tax collected on immigrants--------------734.91
Total of all other import duties collected-............................ 34, 814. 19
Inspection of cattle ships and live stock. .................... 93. 65
Extra services of inspectors during night-.........-.-.................. 65. 00
Total of all receipts during month---------------36,1]14.45




16 PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA.
EXPENDITURES FROM CUSTOMS RECEIPTS.
Total duties, fines, etc., of all kinds refunded during month--------------$7.20
Total salaries of all customs employees for the month-----------------.1,395.80
Total for rents, supplies, etc., and all other expenses for customs during
month --------------------------------------------------------- 169.01
Total expenditures for all other purposes authorized during month:
Extra employees-------------------------------------- $70.00
Extra services of inspectors--------------------65. 00
Cattle inspection.. ----- -----------------------73. 65
Rent of steam launch_-_ -.- - - -150.00
358.65
Total of all expenditures during month ........................1,y 930. 66
EXCESS.
Excess of all receipts over all expenditures during the month......... 34,1183.79
M. B. STOKES,
First Lieutenant, Tenth Infantry, Collector.
CUSTOMS PORT OFP CAIBARIEN.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA.
-OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Biabana, Cuba, October 12, 1899.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Capt. J. F. Reynolds Landis, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Caibarien, Cuba, for the month of July, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Capt. J. F. Reynolds Landis the sum of $12,118.89, as follows: Imports ----------------------------- ... .......--------$13,802.06
Tonnage dues.---------------------- ------------------------ 15.21
Harbor improvement tax. -------------------------------- 355.71
Fines and penalties----------------------------------------------------- '7. 50
Consular fees -.--------------- ------------ w..........22.00
Miscellaneous.----------------------------------------------- 10.18
Accountable warrant No. 32, for July...............................--- 1,694.26
15,1906.92
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the credit of the treasurer of the island of Cuba............-- ...................... 2,959.75
Salaries..........................................---- w.............663.33
Miscellaneous expenditures.........................................---- 26.91
Refund of tonnagre dues............................................35.40
Refund of duties on reliquidation................................102.64
Balance due United States military government of the island of Cuba.. 12, 118.89
15, 906.92
WM. P. WATSON,
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. 0. Auiofrth 8adfCb.




PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA. 17
Harbor improvement tax -.- ------------------------------- $508.97
Capitation tax.- --- -- 4.00
Fines and penalties ------------------------------------------------ 42.50
Consular fees --------------------------------------- 22.50
Extra-service employees ---------------------------------- 51.50
Auditor's corrections------------------------2. 71
Miscellaneous. -- -4.55
Accountable warrant No. 88, in favor of P. B. Anderson, acting collector. 1,208.81
29,2055. 14
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the credit of the
treasurer of the island of Cuba----------------------12,858.71
Salaies......................... ... ... 714.83
Miscellaneous expenditures.....................35. 03
Refund of tonnage dues.- -- _-t---------------------------------141.30
Balance due United States military government of the, island of Cuba- 15, 305.27
29,055.14
WM. P. WATSON,
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C. AuiofrthIsadfCb.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THEM ISLAND, Habana, Cuba, October 14, 1899.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Capt. J. F. Reynolds Landis, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Caibarien, Cuba, for the month of September, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Capt. J. F. Reynolds Landis the sum of $11,873.30, as follows:, Balance July 31, 1899.....................................------- $15, 305. 27
Imports ----_- -- .---ft--------------------------------------------- 15,936.38
Tonnage dues ------------------------------------------ft.............. 317.03
Harbor-improvement tax ------------------------------------------- 410.98
Fines and penalties ------------------------------------------------ 71.00
Consular fees --------------------ft--------------------------------- 19.50
Extra-service employees--------------------------------------------- 13.90
Miscellaneous-------------------------------------------------- 9.08
Accountable warrant No. 143, for September._.--- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- ---1,473.96
3 3357.1
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the credit of the treasurer of the island of Cuba---------------------------------- 20,792.98
Salaries -------------------------------------------- 677.23
Miscellaneous expenditures--------------------------------------------- 60. 5-3
Refunds of tonnage dues ----------------------- --------- L .0
Balance due United States military government of the island of Cuba.. 11,873.30
33, 557. 10
WM. P. WATSON,
The SE;CRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C. -uio o h sado ua
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,




18 PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA.
Harbor-improvement tx--------------------$289. 46
Fines and penalties ------------------------------------------------ 70. 50
Consular fee -------------------------------------------------------- 15.00
Miscellaneous------------------------------------------------------ 18. 20
Accountable warrant No. 239, for October ---------------------------- 1,698. 93
25,7022. 15
Salaries ---------------------------------------------------------- 1733.99
Miscellaneous expenditures----------------------------------------- 159. 715
Refund of tonnage de----------------------11.50
Balance due United States military government of Cuba--------------- 24, 116.91
25,1022. 15
WM. P. WATSON,
Autditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.
Report of Ves8els entered and cleared, with, customs receipts and expenditures, at Caibarien, Cuba, month of Not'enber, 1899.
NUMBER 0F VESSELS ENTERED AND CLEARED, WITH THEIR TONNAGE.
Number of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered---------------------------------- 24
Cleared._------------------------------------------------------- 23
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered--------------------------- ------------------- 3,662
Cleared------------------------------------------------------- 39514
Number of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered --------------------------------------------------------- 7
Cleared---------------------------------------------------------- 8
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered ------------------------------------------------------ 7,1285
Cleared_-----*------------------ w--------------------7366
Number of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax -------------39
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax. .. - -. 1,y020 Number of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax------------------ 2
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax ----- 1,'090
RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMS.
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in coastwise trade. -------- $19.58 Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in foreign trade----------------- 218. 00
Total of all other import duties collected.-t-------------------------- 17,1815. 07
Total of all export duties collected ----------------------------------- 4.59
Total receipts from lines, seizures, confiscations, etc.....................83. 31
Total receipts from all other customs sources-------------------- 617. 24
Total receipts from all other sources----------- -------------- a 74. 42
Total of all receipts during month.- 18,1832.21




.PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA. 19
Total expenditures for all otlier purposes authorized during, month:
Night work.--------------------------------------------------- $9.00
Total. of all expenditures during month------------------------ 1, 023. 02
EXCESS.
Excess of all receipts over all expenditures during the month --------- $17. 809. 19
J. F. REYNOLDS LANDIS,
Captain, Fi.rst United States Cavalry,
Collector Of CUstoms.
Report of vessels entered and cleared, with customs receipts and expenditoires, at Cibarnon, Cuba, month of -December, 1899.
NUMBER OF VESSELS ENTERED AND CLEARED, WITH THEIR TONNAGE.
Number of vessels ill coastwise trade:
Entered -------------------------------------------------------- 32
Cleared. --------------------------------------- 34
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered.------------------------------------------------------ 5,163
Cleared------------------------------------------------------- 5,182
Number of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered--------------------------------------------------------- S8
Cleared --------------------------------------------------------- 58
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered---------------------------------- -------------------- 5 8099
Cleared.--------------------------------5099
Number of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax.----------------42
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade paying, tonnage tax... --- 1,1104.67 Number of vessels iu foreign trade paying tonnage tax------------------ 2
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax ------ 1,082
RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMS.
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in coastwise trade---------------- $20. 75
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in foreign trade------------------216.40
Total capitation tax collected on immigrants.- -- -- --- -- -- --- ------ -.00
Total of all other import duties collected--------------------------.. 17434.43
rotal receipts from all other customs sources (harbor-improvement tax) 368.51 Total receipts from all other sources:
Cattle-inlspection fees --------------------------------- $20.00
Consular fees --------------------------------------- 20.00
Other sources----------------------------------------- 15.46
- 55.46
Total of all receipts during month---------------------------- 18, 130.55
EXPENDITURES FROM CUSTOMS RECEIPTS.
Total duties, fines, etc., of all kinds, refunded during month-------------$2.37
Total salaries of all customs employees for the month-----------654.99
Total for rents, supplies, etc., and all other expenses for customs during month------------------------------------------------------ 114.-12




20 PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA.
CUSTOMS PORT OF GUANTANAMO.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Habana, Cuba, .Novenmber 7, 1899.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of D. H. Schuhmann, acting collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Guantanamo, Cuba, for the month of July, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said D. H. Schuhmann, the sum of $7,541.80, as follows: Imports ------------------------------------------ $11, 882.36
Tonnage dues --------------------------------------------------------- 1,419.07
Harbor improvement tax------------------------------------- 225.52
Capitation tax ----------.------------------ 14.00
Fines and penalties -------------------------------------------------- 10.73
Auditor's corrections ------------------------------------------------ 8. 60
Accountable warrant No. 72, for August- --------------------------1,733.27
15 293.55
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the credit of the
treasurer of the island of Cuba ------------------------------------- 6,925.08
Salaries -------------------------------------------------------------. 756.67
Miscellaneous expenditures ------------------------------------M----- 66.50
Refund of tonnage dues ---------------------------------------------- 3.50
Balance due United States military government of the island of Cuba.. 7, 541.80
15, 293.55
WM. P. WATSON,
Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Habana, Cuba, January 31, 1900.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Capt. E. A. Ellis, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Guantanamo, Cuba, for the month of July, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Capt. E. A. Ellis, the sum of $1,151.67, as follows: Accountable warrant No. 9, for July ----------------------------------$1, 151.67
Balance due United States military government of Cuba-..............-1, 151.67
W. H. EMERY,
Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND,
Habana, Cuba, January 12, 1900.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of D. H. Schuhmann, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Guantanamo, Cuba, for the month of August, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said D. H. Schuhmann the sum of $309.46, as follows: Balance July 31, 1899 (collections)--------------------------------$6, 635.20
Imports----------------------------------------------.............. 5, 999. 54
Tonnage dues---------------------------------------------------. .... 771. 46
Harbor improvement tax---------------------.....................-,.. 122. 94
Fines and penalties-----------------------------------------------... 14.33
Auditor's corrections------------------------13. 24
Collector's reliquidations ... .. ... .. ... .. ... .. ... .. ... .. ... 27
Balance July 31, 1899 (disbursing officer)-----. ----------......... 906.60
Accountable warrant No. 71, for July............................... 1, 396. 27
15, 859. 85




PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA. 21
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the credit of the
treasurer of the island of Cuba .... ----..... .... $6, 754.60
Transfer to J. Waldo Floyd, successor --------------------------------6, 802.38
Salaries -------------------------------------------------------------- 1, 338.77
Miscellaneous expenditures .....................--------- 1-184. 10
Refund of tonnage dues -------------------------- ........-390. 16
Refund of duties on reliquidation ----------------------------------- 74.80
Auditor's corrections --------------.--------------------------------- 5.58
Balance due United States military government of Cuba (disbursing
officer) ......................................................309.46
15, 859. 85
W. H. EMERY,
Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
THE SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, BIabana, Cuba, January 31, 1900.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Capt. E. A. Ellis, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Guantanamo, Cuba, for the month of August, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Capt. E. A. Ellis the sum of $2,640.34, as follows: Balance July 31, 1899 ------------------------------------------------ $1, 151.67
Accountable warrant No. 48, for August ------------------------------1, 488.67
2, 640.34
Balance due United States military government of Cuba------------. 2,640.34
W. H. EMERY,
Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
THE SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Habana, Cuba, January 12, 1900.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of J. Waldo Floyd, deputy collector of customs, port of Guantanamo, Cuba, for the month of September, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said J. Waldo Floyd the sum of $789.55, as follows:
Transfer from D. H. Schuhmann, acting collector of customs at Guantanamo (predecessor) --------- $6, 802. 38
Imports ----------------------- 10,877.99
Tonnage dues ------------------------------------........... 1,057.94
Harbor-improvement tax. ................................. ..... .. 432.63
Capitation tax ......------------------------------------- .... 6.00
Fines and penalties ------............................... .18.91
Auditor's corrections. ............-------------------- 3.20
19, 199.05
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the credit of the treasurer of the island of Cuba----..................................18, 409.50
Balance due United States military government of Cuba ................. 789. 55
19, 199. 05
W. H. EMERY,
Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.




22 PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Habana, Cuba, January 12, 1900.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of D. H. Schuhmann, disbursing officer for collector of customs, port of Guantanamo, Cuba, for the month of September, 1899, and find that there is due tq be accounted for by said D. H. Schuhmann the sum of $6. 81.
Balance August 31, 1899-----------------------------------------------$309.46
Accountable warrant No. 197, for September ---------------------------1,554.67
1, 864.13
Salaries --------. . . . . . . . . . 324.10
Miscellaneous expenditures --------------------------------------------167.05
Refund of tonnage dues------------------------------------------ 135.60
Transfer to J. Waldo Floyd, successor ---------------------------------- 1,230. 57
Balance due United States military government of Cuba ------------------6.81
1, 864.13
W. H. EMERY,
Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Wa8hington, D. C.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Habana, Cuba, January 31, 1900.
Sin: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Capt. E. A. Ellis, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Guantanamo, Cuba, for the month of September, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Capt. E. A. Ellis the sum of $1,488.67, as follows: Balance due August 31, 1899 --........ ------- $2, 640.34
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the credit of the treasurer of the island of Cuba----------------------------------1, 151.67
Balance due United States military government of Cuba... 1,488.67
2,640, 34
W. H. EMERY,
Auditor for the J8land of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.
Report of vessels entered. and cleared, with customs receipts and expenditures, at Guantanamo, Cuba, month of October, 1899.
NUMBER OF VESSELS ENTERED AND CLEARED, WITH TVIEIR TONNAGE.
Number of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered ........................................................ 15
Cleared --------------------------------------------------------- 13
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered -..-..................................... 7, 198
Cleared -------------------------------------------------------.. 4, 980
Number of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered............................................................. 10
Cleared-------------------.............................11
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade:
E ntered ... .. .. ... .. .. ... .. .. ... .. .. ... .. -.. .. ..6,970
Cleared------------------------------------------------------------8, 943
Number of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax .......4 Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax ..... 2,850 Number of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax................... S8
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax........4,444




PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA. 23
RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMS.
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in coastwise trade---------------- $57. 00
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in foreign trade------------------ 888.80
Total capitation tax collected on immigrants ..------------- 12.00
Total of all other import duties collected----------------------.-- --8,)147. 81
Total receipts from all other customs so-urces (special harbor inspection
taxes)------------------------------------------------- -------- 398. 18
Total receipts from all other sources (cattle inspection)------------------78. 10
Total of all receipts during month.----------------------------- 9581. 89
EXPENDITURES FROM CUSTOMS RECEIPTS.
Total duties, fines, etc., of all kinds refunded during month ------ 21. 87 Total salaries of all customs employees for the month.---------a 1, 476. 68
Total for rents, supplies, etc., and all other expenses for customs during month-------.. m-------------------------------------------- a197. 24
Total expenditures for all other purposes authorized during month b 80. 83
Total of all expenditures (luring month. ----------- --- 1,776. 62
EXCESS.
Excess of all receipts over all expenditures during the month------7, 805. 27
E. A. ELLIS,
Captain, EFighth Cavalry, Collector of Custonms.
Report of vessels entered and cleared, 'with cuistoms receipts and expenditures, at Cuantanamo, Cuba, month of November, 1899.
NUMBER OF VESSELhS ENTERED AND CLEARED, WITH THEIR TONNAGE.
Number of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered --------------------------------------- 13
Cleared. --------------------------------------- 14
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered -- -4,1365
Cleared------------------------------------------------------- 4,610
N umber of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered --t------- ---------------------------------------------- 9
Cleared --------------------------------------------------------- 9
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered------------------------------------------------------ 11,005
Cleared---------------.. m------------------------------------- 11,0050
Number of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax ......4 Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax ....713 Number of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnagre tax ------------ 7
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax -------------3,852
RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMS.




24 PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA.
Total receipts from all other custom sources (special harbor-improvement taxes) ------------------------------------------------------- $204.07
Total receipts from all other sources (cattle-inspection fees) ---------- 65 65
Total of all receipts during month ----------------------------- 10, 161.37
EXCESS.
Excess of all receipts over expenditures during the month ............ 10, 161.37
E. A. ELLIS,
Captain, Eighth Cavalry, Collector of Custom8.
Report of ve88el8 entered and cleared, with customs receipt and expenditures, at Guantanamo, Cuba, month of December, 1899.
NUMBER OF VESSELS ENTERED AND CLEARED, WITH THEIR TONNAGE.
Number of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered ...-.--..............---------------------- 16
* Cleared ---------------------------------------------------------- 17
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered --------------------------------------------------------. 5, 355
Cleared .------------------------------------------------------- 5,357
Number of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered --------------------------------------------------------- 10
Cleared ---------------------------------------------------------- 9
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered .------------------------------------------------------- 14, 723
Cleared ---------- ----------------------------------------------- 14, 537
Number of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax .............. 3
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax ------- 727
Number of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax .. -.. 4
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax... 401
RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMS.
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in coastwise trade ---------...- $14.54
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in foreign trade ................ -80.20
Total capitation tax collected on immigrants ------------------------- 9.00
Total of all other import duties collected --------------------------- 15, 729. 76
Total receipts from fines, seizures, confiscations, etc --........------- 3.55
Total receipts from all other customs sources (special harbor-improveI ment taxes) ---------- ---312.35
Total receipts from all other sources (cattle-inspection fees) .......... 10.45
Total of all receipts during month ----------------------------- 16, 159.85
EXPENDITURES FROM CUSTOMS RECEIPTS.
Total duties, fines, etc., of all kinds refunded during month .......... 7.50
Total salaries of all customs employees for the month .----------------- 628.34
Total for rents, supplies, etc., and all other expenses for customs during month -------------------------------------------------------- 86.00
Total expenditures for all other purposes authorized during the month. a 75. 00
Total of all expenditures during month ------------------------- 796.84
EXCESS.
Excess of all receipts over all expenditures during the month...... 15, 363.01
E. A. ELLIS,
Captain, Eighth Cavalry, Collector of Customs.
a Special clerical service per circular letter 304, collector of customs for Cuba, dated August 29, 1899.




PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA. 25
CUSTOMS PORT OF GIBARA.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Habana, Cuba, November 17, 1899.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Lieut. J. W. Smith, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Gibara, Cuba, for the month of July, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Lieut. J. W. Smith the sum of $16,453.30
Imports ------------------------------------------------------------- $13, 281. 61
Exports .---------............................................... ----- 766.92
Tonnage dues_-- ------ ...--------------------------------ft-------... 356.80
Harbor improvement tax -------------------- ----------------, .342.30
Extra-service employees ............... ------ 40.00
Auditor's corrections ------------------------------------------------- 18.63
Accountable warrant No. 10, for July -------------------. 2,1810.00
17, 616.26
Miscellaneous expenditures............................----------------- 39.40
Salaries------------ ........ ......... -------------------------- --996.00
Refunds of duties on reliquidation--.... ..------- -------------- 127.56
Balance due United States military government of the island of Cuba.. 16,453.30
17,616.26
WM. P. WATSON,
Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Wa8hington, D. C.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA.
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Habana, Cuba, November 17, 1899.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Lieut. J. W. Smith, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Gibara, Cuba, for the month of August, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Lieut. J. W. Smith the sum of $14,039.57.
Balance, July 31, 1899 -----------------------------------------$16,453.30
Imports -------------------------------------------------- 14, 195.96
Tonnage dues -------------- ... ...--------------------------- 641.88
Harbor improvement tax --------------------------------------------- 376.87
Consular fees -------------------------------------------------------- 17.00
Extra-service employees .--.---..---..---...--. .. --... -. 50.00
Auditor's corrections. .---- --........................................ 57.95
Accountable warrant No. 52, for August -----------------------------1,536.00
33, 328.96
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the credit of the treasurer of the island of Cuba-.__----. ........-17,810, 00
Miscellaneous expenditures.-. ------.. ---...-.-.----.-..- .. 67.00
Salaries --------------------------------------------------------- 1, f. 1001.00
Refunds of tonnage dues ---------.---------------------.------------ 357.13
Refunds of duties on reliquidation------------------54.26
Balance due United States military government of Cuba .............14,039. 57
33, 328.98
WI M. P. WATSON,
Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.




26 PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Jilabana, Cuba, December 6, 189,.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Lieut. J. W. Smith, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Gibara, Cuba, for the mouth of September, 1899, and find that there is due, to be accounted for by said Lieut. J. W. Smith, the sum of $33,049.82.
Balance August 31, 1899 ---------------------------------------------- $14, 039.57
Imports ------------------------------------------------------------- 17,444.59
Exports- -------------------------------------------------------------296. 93
Tonnage dues -----------........... ....------------------------- 131.86
Harbor-improvement tax ---------------------------------------------- 485.50
Consular fees --------- -----------------------------------------------. 5.00
Extra service employees.___........................................... 90.00
Auditor's corrections, July -------------------------------------------- 120.20
Accountable warrant No. 102 for September ---------------------------- 1, 535.00
34, 148. 65
Salaries .. ..--------------- 1, 014.33
Miscellaneous expenditures ------------------------------------------- 56.60
Refund of tonnage dues............................................. 27.90
Balance due United States military government of the island of Cuba.. 33,049.82
34, 148. 65
WM. P. WATSON,
Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C
Report of res8els entered and cleared, with customs receipts and expenditures, at Gibara,
month of October, 1899.
NUMBER OF VESSELS ENTERED AND CLEARED, WITH THEIR TONNAGE.
Number of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered --------- -----------------------------------......... 34
Cleared_.----.---------------------*------------------..---- 23
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered --------------------------------------------------------- 6, 007
Cleared --------------------------------------------------- 5,769
Number of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered --------------------------------------------------------- 7
Cleared ------------------------------------------------------- 7
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered ---------------------------.-------------------------. 9, 930.84
Cleared----------------------.----.--------------------- -9,930.84
Number of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax ------------- 26
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax ...... 662
Number of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax-............... 2
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax ---------- 2,390.84
RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMS.
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in coastwise trade -------------- $24.67
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in foreign trade- .......-- --451.57
Total capitation tax collected on immigrants-..............-,-.......... 357.35
Total of all other import duties collected---------------------------.. 17, 840.98
Total receipts from all other customs sources -.................... 257. 12
Total receipts from all other sources .--------------------------------. a 37.50
/
Total of all receipts during month ........................ 18, 969. 19
a $30 Collected for night work of inspectors and $7.50 consular fees.




PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA. 27
EXPENDITURES FROM CUSTOMS RECEIPTS.
Total duties, fines, etc., of all kinds, refunded during month----------- $29.60
Total salaries of all, customs employees for the month------------------ 895. 00
Total for rents, supplies, etc., and all other expenses for customs during month --------------------------------------------------------- 117.96
Total expenditures for all other purposes authorized during mouth .... a 301.2f"8
Total of all expenditures during month------------------------- 1,343.84
EXCESS.
Excess of all receipts over all expenditures during the month -----------17, 625. 350
J. W. SMITH, Collector of Customs.
Report Of Vessels eiitercd, and cleared with customs receipts and expenditures, at Gibara, month of N~ovember, 1899.
NUMBER OF VESSELS ENTERED AND CLEARED, WITH THEIR TONNAGE.
Number of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered -------------------------------------------------------- 49
Cleared---------------- ---------------------------- -------- 33
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered ------------------------------------------------------ 7, 9503
Cleared.------------------------------------ --.- ------- 7,7554
Number of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered-------------------------------------------------------- 9
Cleared --------------------------------------------------------- 9
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered------------------------------------------------------ 12;880
Cleared------------------------------------------------------- 12, 880
Number of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax................ 45Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax. 3,345
Number of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax.-----------2
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax ------65
RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMS.
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in coastwise trade..........93.39
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels iu foreign trade................. 131.00
Total capitation tax collected on immigrants..............465. 36
Total of all other import duties collected........................... 17,1370.-13
Total of all export duties collected -------------------------- 146. 26
Total receipts from fines, seizures, confiscations, etc ......... 8.00 Total receipts from all other customs sources..............91.00
Total receipts from all other sources..................b67. 00
Total of all receipts during month --------------------------------- 18,372. 14
EXPENDITURES FROM CUSTOMS RECEIPTS.
Total duties, fines, etc., of all kinds, refunded duringr month----------- $16.64
Total salaries of all customs employees for the month----------------- 961.63
Total for rents, supplies, etc., and all other expenses for customs during month---------------------------------------------------------- 73.10
Total of all expenditures during the month.......................... 1,051.37




28 PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA.
Report of vessels entered and cleared, with customs receipts and expenditures, at Gibara, Cuba, month of December, 1899.
NUMBER OF VESSELS ENTERED AND CLEARED, WITH THEIR TONNAGE.
Number of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered -------------------------------------------------------- 42
Cleared --------------------------------------------------------- 39
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered -------------------------------------------------------- 7,976
Cleared-----------------------------------------------------7, 936
Number of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered .------------------------------------------------------- 8
Cleared--------------------------------------------.. 7
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered -------------- -----. . .. .. ..------------------ 6,507
Cleared --------------------------------------------------------- 6, 473
Number of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax -------------- 35
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax ....... 1, 537 Number of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax .---------------- 4
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax ----------- 2,601
RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMS.
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in coastwise trade ....------ $75.80
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in foreign trade ---------------- 466.00
Total capitation tax collected on immigrants ------------------------- 439.73
Total of all other import duties collected 15, 032. 62
Total receipts from fines, seizures, confiscations, etc ------------------- 27.50
Total receipts from all other customs sources. ........................149.84
Total receipts from all other sources........................... a 25. 00
Total of all receipts during month ---------------.............. 16, 216. 49
EXPENDITURES FROM CUSTOMS RECEIPTS.
Total duties, fines, etc., of all kinds, refunded during month ........... -$47.80
Total salaries of all customs employees for the month ----------------- 685.00
Total for rents, supplies, etc., and all other expenses for customs during moLh............. ......................................... 112.14
Total of all expenditures during month ............................... 844.94
EXCESS.
Excess of all receipts over all expenditures during the month ........ 15, 371.55 J. W. SMITH,
Deputy Collector of Customs.
CUSTOMS PORT OF HABANA.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Habana, Cuba, October 13, 1899.
SIR: I ha t honor to report that i have examined the accounts of Maj. Tasker H. Bliss, collector of customs, port of Habana, Cuba, for the month of July, 1899, and find that there is due, to be accounted for by said Maj. Tasker H. Bliss, the sum of $30,504.67, as follows:
Balance June 30, 1899------------------------..................-...... $296.93
Imports--------------------------------------------................809, 395.69
Exports........--.. 38, 900. 21
Tonnage dues--------------------------21, 841.22
a$20 collected for night work of inspector, and $5 consular fees.




PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA. 29
Harbor-improvement tax ------------------------------------------ $ t3, 316. 08
Capitation tax -. ------------------------------------------------- 1,169.00
Fines andi penalties ------------------------------------------------ 557.38
Consular fees -------------------------------------------------- 115.50
Cattle inspection--------------------------------------------------2,y637.75
Extra service employees-------------------------------------------- 430. 00
Auditor's corrections------------------------------------------------ 54. 10
Miscellaneous .-------------------------------------- -21. 50
Storage.-------------------------------------- ------------------- 1, 036. 85
Accountable warrant No. 26, for July-------------------------------- 57, 124.60
947,y396.81
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the credit of the
treasurer of the island of Cuba----------------------------------- 890, 113. 85
Salaries---------------------------------------------------------- 23, 196. 20
Refunds of tonnage dues-------------------------------------------- 954.79
Miscellaneous expenditures-------------------------------- $144.56
Permanent improvements --------------------------------- 2,482. 74
2,627. 30
(The accountable warrant above included was to the credit of B. F. Davis, treasury disbursing clerk, disbursing officer for the collector of customs at Habana, and the disbursement for salaries, refunds of tonnage dues, miscellaneous expenditures, and permanent improvements were made by him against said warrant. Requisition for said warrant was made by the collector of customs, and the account is included herein for uniformity.)
Balance due United States military government of the island of Cuba.. -30, 504.67
947, 396. 81
WM. P. WATSON,
Auditor for the I8land of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.
THlE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND Hiabana, Cuba, 1)ecember 1, 1899.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Maj. Tasker H. Bliss, collector of customs, port of Habana, Cuba, for the month of August, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Maj. Tasker H. Bliss the sum of $37,030.53, as follows:
Balance July 1, 1899 ------------------------------------------------- $30,1504. 67
Imports ----------------- w-----------------------------939, 079. 90
Exports ------------------------------------------------------------- 49,1131.67
Tonnage dues ---------------------------------------- 18969.52
Harbor- improvement tax--------------------------------------------- 13, 919. 85
Capitation tax----------------- ------------------------------ I* --- 1,202.00
Fines and penalties------------------------------------------------- 1,143.98
Extra service employees.-------------------------470. 00
Cattle inspection----------------------------------------------------- 4, 090. 95
Auditor's corrections --------------------------------- 88. 68
Storage_.------------------------------------------------------- 1159.86
Accountable warrant No. 104, for August---------------------------... 25,806. 26
Auditor's corrections (v. B. F. Davis)---------------------------------- 3.15




30 PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA.
(Of the above disbursements for salaries, refunds, miscellaneous expenditures, and permanent improvements there
was paid outBy B. F. Davis, treasury disbursing clerk, from August
1 to August 17 -------------------------------------- $4,601.24
By Domingo C. Ilerrera, assistant treasury disbursing
clerk, from August 17 to August 31----------------24, 634.99
29, 236. 23
The remarks in the July certificate, in reference to the combination of accounts, will apply to this.)
Balance due United States military government of the island of Cuba. $27. 030.53
1,085,570.49
WM. P. WATSON,
Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Habana, Cuba, November 28, 1899.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Maj. Tasker H. Bliss, port of Habana, Cuba, for the month of September, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Maj. Tasker H. Bliss the sum of $22,949.93, as follows:
Balance August 31, 1899 --------------------------------------------- $27, 030.53
Imports -------------------------------------------------- 857, 403.54
Exports ----------------------------------------------------- 63,569.54
Tonnage dues__ 18, 624.27
Itarbor-improvement tax -------------------------------------------- 12,346.76
Capitation tax ------- ------------------------- 1, 047.00
Fines and penalties ---------.-------------------------------------- 1, 947.14
Cattle inspection ----------------------------------------------3, 779.64
Extra service employees. ... .. ..... ..----------------------- 750.00
Auditor's corrections ------------------------------------------ 136.21
Storage --------------------------------------------------- 1,034.68
Accountable warrant No. 205, for September ---.----- ------------- 26, 543. 13
Auditor's corrections (v. Domingo C. Herrera) ------------------------ 2.00
1, 014,214.64
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the credit of
the treasurer of the island of Cuba ------------------ -....... 960, 646. 23
Salaries--- -------------------------------------------------23, 651.13
Miscellaneous expenditures ------------------------- $2,403.66
Permanent improvements --------------------------------- 1, 699. 86
4, 103.52
Refunds of duties on reliquidation ------------------------------------ 2, 760.04
Withdrawal of auditor's corrections --------------------- ----- 103.79
(Above disbursements for salaries, refunds of duties on reliquidation, miscellaneous expenditures, and permanent improvements, made by Domingo C. Herrera, assistant treasurer's disbursing clerk, disbursing officer for collector of customs at Habana, and auditor's corrections of $2 charged against his account. Said account is included herein for uniformity.) Balance due United States military government of the island of Cuba- $22, 949. 93
1. 014, 214. 64
WMu. P. WATSON,
~Auditor for the Island of Cuba. The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.




PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA. 31
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Habana, Cuba, January 6, 1900.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Maj. Tasker H. Bliss, collector of customs, port of Havana, Cuba, for the month of October, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Maj. Tasker H. Bliss the sum of $14,564.01, as follows:
Balance September 30, 1899 --------------- $22, 949.93
Imports -------------------------- 916, 701.32
Exports ------------------------------------------------------------ 61,789.62
Tonnage dues .---- --------------. 17, 384. 14
Harbor-improvement tax ------------------------------------------- 14, 790.25
Capitation tax ------------------------------------------------------ 625.00
Fines and penalties -------------------------------------------------- 923.92
Consular fees -------------------------------------------------------- 79.00
Cattle inspection ----------------------------------------------------3, 775.10
Extra service employees --------------------------------------------- 835.00
Sale of seized goods.----------------------------------------------.. 2, 088. 39
Auditor's corrections ------------------------------------------------- 56.84
Miscellaneous ------------------------ 655.26
Storage .------------------------------------------------------------ 1,841.33
Accountable warrant No. 303, for October ------------------------- 29, 867.43
1, 076, 362.53
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the credit of the
treasurer of the island of Cuba -- --------------------------------1023, 545. 17
Salaries ------------------------------------------------------------ 24,987.84
Miscellaneous expenditures (including permanent improvements and
personal property) ------------------------------------------ 9, 945.92
Refunds of tonnage dues-784.26 Refunds of duties on reliquidation ------------------------------------ 2, 535.33
(Disbursements by B. F. Davis, treasury disbursing clerk.)
Balance due United States military government of Cuba ---------- 14,564.01
1,076,362.53
WM. P. WATSON,
Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Wa8hington, D. C.
Report of vessels entered and cleared, with customs receipts and expenditures, t Habana,
month of -November, 1899.
NUMBER OF VESSELS ENTERED AND CLEARED, WITH THEIR TONNAGE.
Number of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered .. ..-------------------------------------------- 119
Cleared---------------------------- 110
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered -..f .......-------------------------------.----------- ... 23, 102
Cleared --------------..---------------------- 21, 977
Number of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered --------------------- ------------------------------- 121
Cleared.--------------------- -------------------------------- 114
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered-----------------------------------------------------....... 235, 899
Cleared------------------------------233, 526
Number of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax-------------.. 73
Total net tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax .... 5,523 Number of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax----------------------66
Total net tonnage of 'vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax ..........79, 681




32 PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA.
RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMS.
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in coastwise trade --------------- $1,1164.85
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in foreign trade ----------------- 11,9987.54
Total capitation tax collected on immigrants------------------------- 13, 007. 87
Total of all other import duties collected -----------------------_---- 838,298.67
Total of all export duties collected. --------------------------65,478.87
Total receipts from ines, seizures, confiscations, etc -------------------- 373.51
Total receipts from all other customs sources:
Cattle inspection fees --- -- --- -- --------- --- -- --------- 3,467.65
Storage and cartage charges..................................----1, 376.21
Capitation taxes............................................-----2,503.00
Overtime work of customs employees................985.00
Consular fees.................................................---- 67.50
Interpreters' fees----------------------------------- $500.50
Certificates......................................----34.00
Deposit for badges................................---- 7.50
542.00
Total of all receipts during month..........................----939,252.67
EXPENDITURES FROM CUSTOMS RECEIPTS.
Total duties, fines, etc., of all kinds, refunded during month------------ $2,267.30
Total salaries of all customs employees for the month:
Habana custom-house.............................----$25, 156. 66
Cuban customs service..............................----4,478.34
-29,635.00
Total for rents, supplies, etc., and all other expenses for customs during
month:
Stationery and printingHabana custom-house.....................---$363.60
Cuban customs service.....................---116.50
-$480.10
Permanent repairsHabana custom-house...........................----1,496.27
Telephone building.............................----2884.97
Contingent expensesHabana custom-house.................$868.26
Cuban customs service...................... 473.69
- 1, 341. 95
- 6,1203.29
Total of all expenditures during mouth.......................-----38, 105.59
EXCESS.
Excess of all receipts over all expenditures during the month ........... 901, 147.08
GOODS IN BOND.
Total amount of customs duty on goods in bond at end of month......... 6, 272.70 TASKER H. BLISS, Collector of Customs.Report of vessels entered and cleared, with C'ustom8 receipt8 and expenditures, at Habana,
month of December, 1899.
NUMBER OF VESSELS ENTERED AND CLEARED, WITH THEIR TONNAGE.




PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA. 33
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered ----------------------------------------------------- 25 9,96
Cleared------------------------------------------------------- 263,565
Number of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax- ------------------96
Total net tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax 7537 Number of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax x-------------------87
Total net tonnage of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax .... 105, 893
RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMS.
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in coastwise trade------------$1,125-6.69
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in foreign trade---------------- 14,969.39
Total capitation tax collected on immigrants ------------- 16, 492. 11
Total of all other import duties collected.--------------969,9174. 64
Total of all export duties collected -------------------------------- 87 374.84
rotal1 receipts from fines, seizures, confiscations, etc--------------------.. 261.45
Total receipts from all other customs sources:
Cattle inspection fees .f ------------------------ft-----------------3, 626.32
Storage and cartage charges------------------------------------ 2277.22
Capitation taxes ---f------------w- ----------------------------2,666. 00
Overtime work of customs employees---------------- ------------- 1,163. 61
Consular fees-..-- ----.- -- --- --------------------..--------101.00
Miscellaneous sourices-------------------. m-------------------- 8,1767.13
Tot.a1 of all receipts during month--------------------- m--- m--- 1,108, 130.40
EXPENDITURES FROM CUSTOMS RECEIPTS.
Total duties, fines, etc., of all kinds refund ed during month------------$1,49 8.80I
Total salaries of all customs employees for the month:
Habana custom-houset----------------------------$2 5, 33
Cuban customs service ---------------------------- 7,706. 01
Total for rents, supplies, etc., and all other expenses for cu storms during 31 1
month:
Stationery and printingHabana custom-house--------------1,1046.75
Cuban customs service-------------------- 9. 50
-$1. 056. 2Contingent expensesHabana custom-house.-------------$713. 85
Cuban customs service----------------- .3, 733 .29
- 4,447.14
Permanent repairs, Habana custom-house-----------161.25
, 664,647
Total of all expenditures during mouth------------------40, 192.58
Excess of all receipts over all expenditures during the month ---------.1, 067, 937. 82
Total amount of customs duty on goods in bond at end of month --------10, 064.77 TASKER H. BLISS, Collector of Customus.
CUSTOMS PORT OF MANZANILLJO.
THIE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND.
Habania, Cuba, Septembe 30, 1899.




34 PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA.
Sanitary tax- --------------------------------------------------$38.25
Fines and penalties--------_---------------------.... 29. 00
Consular fees -----------------.------------------------------------- 14.50
To accountable warrant No. 6 for July..--.----------------------- 1, 466. 30
12, 992.55
Deposited with the North American Trust Company, to the credit of the treasurer of the island of Cuba -----------------------------------2, 107.00
By salaries ----------------------------------------------------------- 753.30
By miscellaneous expenditures ------------------------------------191.83
By refunds of tonnage dues ------------------------------------------ 30.01
Balance due military government of the island of Cuba ---------------- 9, 910.41
12, 992.55
W. H. EMERY,
Acti$ng Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Habana, Cuba, September 30, 1899.
Sil: I have the honor to report that 1 have examined the accounts of Capt. F. G. Irwin, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Manzanillo, Cuba, for the month of August, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Capt. F. G. Irwin the sum of $26,578.42, as follows: Balance July 31, 1899 ------------------------------------------------ $9, 910. 41
Imports----------------------------------------------........14,905.79
Exports ------------.. .---------------------------------- 841.89
Tonnage dues --------------------------------------------- 270.58
Harbor improvement tax.------------------------------ 533.06
Capitation tax ----------------------------------------------------- 9.00
Sanitary tax-------------------------------------------------. 46.75
Consular fees ---------------------------------------------------------. 5.00
To accountable warrant No. 92 for August ---------------------------- 1, 273. 00
To accountable warrant No. 102 for July ------------------------------- 330.18
28. 125.66
By salaries for August ------------------------------------------ 813.28
By miscellaneous expenditures ._...................--------------- 653.97
By refunds of duties on reliquidations -------. ----- --------------- 79.99
Balance due United States military government of the island of Cuba 26, 578.42
28, 125. 66
W. H. EMERY,
Acting Auditor for the island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Habana, Cuba, November 23, 1899.
SI: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Capt. F. G. Irwin, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Manzanillo, Cuba, for the month of September, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Capt. F. G. Irwin the sum of $18,251.15, as follows : Balance Nugust 31, 1889------------------...........................$26, 578. 42
Im ports--------------------------------------------...............14, 644.36
Exports------------------------------------------------------..... 2, 135. 96
Tonnage dues. ... .. ... .. ... .. ... .. ... .. ... -.... .. ... .. .. 120.01
Harbor improvement tax------------------------------------------... 520. 45
Capitation tax----------------------------------------------------... 2.00




PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA. 35
Sanitary tax ---------------------------------------------------------- $42.50
Fines and penalties --.---------------------------------------------- 12.65
Auditor's corrections -------------------------------------------------- 123.82
Accountable warrant No. 133 for September ---------------------------- 1,295.30
45, 475.47
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the credit of the
treasurer of the-island of Cuba ------------------------------------- 26, 031. 32
Salaries -------------------------------------------------------------- 883.30
Miscellaneous expenditures -------------------------------------------- 229.39
Refund of tonnage dues ...---------------------------------------------- 65.90
Refund of duties on reliquidations ------------------------------------ 14.41
Balance due United States military government of the island of Cuba.. 18,251.15
45,475. 47
WM. P. WATSON,
Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Habana, Cuba, January 8, 1900.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Capt. F. G. Irwin, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Manzanillo, Cuba, for the month of October, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Capt. F. G. Irwin the sum of $9,696.99, as follows:
Balance September 30, 1899 ------ ------------------------------------- $18,251.15
Imports -------------------------------------------------------------- 16, 138.35
Exports .-------------------------------------------------------------- 416.22
Tonnage dues ---------------------------------------------------------- 742. 24
Harbor improvement tax ---------------------------------------------- 651. 26
Capitation tax .-------------------------------------------------------- 4.00
Sanitary tax ---------------------------------------------------------- 42.50
Fines and penalties ---------------------------------------------------- 17.50
Cattle inspection ------------------------------------------------------ 420.95
Auditor's corrections -------------------------------------------------- 98.68
Collector's reliquidations ---------------------------------------------- 102.30
Accountable warrant No. 279 for October ------------------------------ 1, 530. 30
38, 415.45
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the credit of the
treasurer of the island of Cuba ------------------------------------- 27, 466.53
Salaries --------------------------------------------------------------- 914.96
Miscellaneous expenditures ------------------------------------------- 336. 97
Balance due United States military government of Cuba ............... 9 696. 99
38,415.45
WM. P. WATSON,
Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
rhe SECR ETARY O1F WAR, 11 ashington, D. C.
Report of vessels entered and cleared, with customs receipts and expenditures, at the port of Manzanillo, month of November, 1899.
N'TMBER OF VESSELS ENTERED AND CLEARED, WITHt THEIR TONNAGE.
Number of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered-------------------------------------------------------------22
Cleared--------------------------------------------------------------22
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered--------------------------------------------------...... 8, 314
Cleared------------------------------------------------------------8, 280




36 PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA.
Number of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered-------------------------------------------------------- 10
Cleared --------------------------------------------------------- 12
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered------------------------------------------------------ 10,1231
Cleared ------------------------------------------------------ 10,55-2
Number of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax --------7 Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax ..... 2,9820 Number of. vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax------------------- 8
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax ------ 4,556
RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMS.
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in coastwise trade--------------- $56.40
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in foreign trade------------------ 429.83
Total capitation tax collected on immigrants -3.00 Total of all other import duties collected----------------------- -- 17,2333. 87
Total of all export duties collected----------------------------....... 102.92
Total receipts from all other customs sources --------------------535.28
Total receipts from all other sources-------------------------- -------- 8. 00
Total of all receipts during month--------------------------18,2469. 30
EXPENDITURES FROM CUSTOMS RECEIPTS.
Total duties, fines, etc., of all kinds, refunded during month --------------17.42
Total salaries of all customs employees for the month------------------ 874.96
Total for rents, supplies, etc., and all other expenses for customs during
month -------------------------------------------------------- 138.250
Total of -all expenditures during month------------------1, 030. 63
EXCESS.
Excess of all receipts over all expenditures during the month-----------17, 438. 67
1'. G. IRWIN, Collector of Customs&
Report Of vessels entered and cleared, with astoms receipts and expenditures, at the port of Manzanillo, month of December, 1899.
NUMBER OF VESSELS ENTERED AND CLEARED, WITH THEIR TONNAGE.
Number of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered-------------------------------------------------------- 25
Cleared--------------------------------------------- 27
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered ------------------------------------------------------ 8517
Cleared -------------------------------------------- 8,407
Number of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered -- -- -- -- -- -- -- ---------------------------- -------9
Cleared---------------------------------------------------------- 9
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered --- ------------------------------------------- 7,1347
Cleared -------- --------------------- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --------.. 7,347
Number of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax -------6




PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND -EXPENDITURES IN CUBA. 37
Total receipts from all other customs sources:
Harbor improvement tax------------------------. $313.96
Cattle inspection --------------- 5.50
Consular fees ---------------------------------------2.00
$321.46
Total of all receipts during month 14,008.09
EXPENDITURES FROM CUSTOMS RECEIPTS.
Total duties, fines, etc., of all kinds, refunded during month .......... 158.63
Total salaries of all customs employees for the month ----------------- 874. 96
Total for rents, supplies, etc., and all other expenses for customs during month ----------------------------------------265.53
Total of all expenditures during month........................ 1,299.12
EXCESS.
Excess of all receipts over all expenditures during the month --------- 12, 708.97 F. G. IRWIN, Collector of CUstoMS.
CUSTOMS PORT OF MATANZAS.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA.
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Habana, Cuba, September 30, 1899.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Capt. W. H. Hay, collector of customs and disbursing officer for the port of Matanzas, Cuba, for the month of July, 1899, and find there is due to be accounted for by said Capt. W. H. Hay, the sum of $32,900.85.
Imports --.-..-------------------------------------------------------- $27, 430.07
Tonnage dues --------------------------------------------------------1, 164.57
Harbor-improvement tax -------------_------- ..----------------------- 938. 19
Cattle inspection ------------------- -------------------------20.05
Extra service em ployees-.-.. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. 1.12
To accountable warrant No. 34, for July -------------------------------- 2,913.96
To accountable warrant No. 58, for August. ---------------------------4, 328.26
36, 796.22
By salaries for July -------------------------------------- ----------1, 940.49
By miscellaneous expenditures -----------------. ..................... 20. 54
By refund of tonnage dues. -------------------------------------- 1, 934.34
Balance due United States military government of the island of Cuba.- 32,900.85
36, 796. 22
W. H. EMERY,
Actihnq Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, TV siiinyton, D. C.
TILE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNIME'NT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Ifabana, Cuba, September 30, 1899.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Capt. W. H. Hay, collector of customs and disbursing' officer for the port of Matanzas, for the month of August, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Capt. W. H. Hay the sum of $39,683.39.
Balance - - - - - - - - - --... ..... .... .... .... $32, 900.85t
Im port. ............... ...... ......... ........ ....... .............. 41, 814.27
Tonnage dues--------------------------1, 114.38




38 PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA.
Harbor improvement tax..__------------------$1, 010. 82
Consular fees, ofca-----------------------12. 50
Extra-service employees--------------------------------------------- 18. 12
Cattle inspection--------------------------------------------------- 36. 10
Auditor's corrections ------------------------------------------------ 11. 64
Unofficial consular fees --------------------------------------------- 19. 00
76, 937.68
Deposited with the North American Trnst Company to the credit of the treasurer of the island of Cnba ---------------------------------- 34, 138. 89
By salaries for August -------------------------------------------- 1, 648. 34
By miscellaneous expenditures ------------------------------------- 1, 467. 06
Balance due the United States military government of the island of Cuba 39, 683. 39
76,1937. 68
W. H. EMERY,
Acting Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.
TiE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Jflabana, Cuba, N-ovemnber 7, 1899.
SIR: I have honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Capt. W. H. Hay, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Matanzas, Cuba, for the month of September, 1899, and find that there is due to- be accounted for by said Capt. W. H. Hay the sum of $52,152.44.
Balance August 31, 1899.--------------------$39,1683. 39
Imports. _-w._ w------------------------- 35,096.29
Tonnage dues---------------------- ------------------------------ 1,669.44
Harbor improvement tax-------------------------979.83
Capitation tax-------------------------------------- --------------- 1.00
Fines and penalties.------------------------------------------------- 30.00
Consular fees------------------------------------------------------ 15.00
Cattle inspection--------------------------------------------------- 78.45
Extra-service employees.-- .- ---------------------------------------- 21.75
Accountable warrant No. 193, for September-------------20, 125. 02
Accountable warrant No. 233, for October...-------------------------- 5, 166. 15
102, 866. 32
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the credit of the
treasurer of the island of Cuba-----------------------------------46 A184,757
Salaries --------------------------------------------------------- 1,980.82
Miscellaneous expenditures ------- -------------------------------- 1,442. 64
Refunds of duties on reliquidation --------------------------------- 1,105.85
Balance due-United States military government of the island of Cuba. 52, 152.44
102,1866.32
WV. P. WATSON,'
Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF' WAR, Washington, D. C.




PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITUf{ES IN CUBA. 39
Tonnage dues -------------------------------------------------------- $732.22
Harbor- improvement tax ---------------------------------------------- 629.04
Consular fees --------------------------------------------------------- 18.00
Cattle inspection-. --------------------------------------------------- 69.70
Extra service employees ----------------------------------------------- 5.62
Accountable warrant No. 331, for November. 2,328.92
87, 279. 01
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the credit of the
treasurer of the island of Cuba ------------------------------------- 34, 581.08
Salaries ------------------------------------------------------------ 1, 738.34
Miscellaneous expenditures ------------------------------------------- 431.59
Ref lndl of tonnage dues _ .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . .. . 754.23
Refund of duties on reliquidation ..................................... 648.07
Balance due United States military government of Cuba --------------- 49, 125.70
87, 279.01
- H. EMERY,
Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECR ETAPY OF \ AR, Vashi ytoi D. C.
Report of i:essels e~dered and cleared, with customs receipsad exp dtu-res, at iataas
Cuba, month of November, 1899.
NUMAIBER OF VESSELS ENTERED AND CLEARED, WITH THEIR TONNAGE.
Number of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered -- -------------------------------------------------------- 45
Cleared ----------------------------------------------------------- 48
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered ---------------------------------------------------------- 1191
Cleared ----------------------------------------------------------- 1, 233
Number of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered ---------------------------------------------------------- 13
Cleared ----------------------------------------------------------- 14
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign tra(fe:
Entered ---------------------------------------------------------- 18, 174
Cleared .---------------------------------------------------------- 20, 100
Number of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax --------------- 21
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax ......... 435 Number of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax ----------------- 4
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax.-....... 3, 611
RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMS.
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in coastwise trade ---------------- 8. 72
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in foreign trade ----------------- 514.80
Total capitation tax collected on immigrants -------------------------- 645.27
Total of all other import duties collected -----------------------------26, 761.35
Total receipts from fines, seizures, confiscations, etc ------------------ 20.00
Total receipts from all other customs sources -------------------------- 180. 53
Total of all receipts during month --------------------------------28, 130.67
EXPENDITURES FROM CUSTOMS RECEIPTS. Total duties, fines, etc,, of ail kinds, refunded during month ............ -41.48
Total salaries of all customs employees for the month--------------------1, 773.89
Tot 1 for rents, supplies, etc., and all other expenses for customs during
month--------------------------------------------------------------.475.30
Total of 11l expenditures during month-............................-2, 249. 19
EXCESS.
Excess of all receipts over all expenditures during the month------------2 5, 881.48
W,'. i. H[AY,
Cap~taio and Assistait Omuart ermaster-, .\ S. V., Collector of Gustonms.




40 PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA.
Report of vessels entered and cleared, with customs receipts and expenditures, at Matanzas, Cuba, month of December, 1899.
NUMBER OF VESSELS ENTERED AND CLEARED, WITH THEIR TONNAGE.
Number of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered -------------------------------------------------------- 44
Cleared --------------------------------------------------------- 51
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered-----------------------------------------------------1, 030
Cleared ---------------------------------------------------------- 1, 160
Number of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered -------------------------------------------------------- 20
Cleared--- -18
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered ------------------------------------------------------- 27, 015
Cleared --------------------------------------------------------- 24, 983
Number of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax 23
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax 552
Number of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax --------------- 9
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax ----------- 5, 569
RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMS.
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in coastwise trade ------------- $11. 09
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in foreign trade-----------. 1,077.94
Total capitation tax collected on immigrants ------------------------- 986.47
Total of all other import duties collected ---------------------------- 53,035.03
Total receipts from all other customs sources (consular fees) ---------- 36.00
Total receipts from all other sources (extra work, veterinary fees) 61.57
Total of all receipts during month ----------------------------- 55,208.10
EXPENDITURES FROM CUSTOMS RECEIPTS.
Total duties, fines, etc., of all kinds, refunded during month ........... -352.90
Total salaries of all customs employees for the month ----------------- 1, 801.62
Total for rents, supplies, etc., and all other expenses for customs during month ------------------------------------------------------- 3, 343.96
Total of all expenditures during month ...................... 5, 498.48
EXCESS.
Excess of all receipts over all expenditures during the month ......... 49, 709.62
W. H. HAY,
Captain and Assistant Quartermaster, U. S. V., Collector of Customs.
CUSTOMS PORT OF NUEVITAS.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Blabana, Cuba, October 6, 1899.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Capt. C. A. Williams, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Nuevitas, Cuba, for the month of July, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Capt. C. A. Williams the sum of 16,049.60, as follows: Balance June 30, 1899------------------------........................ $581.95
lmports---------------------------17, 297. 09
Tonnage dues---------------------------------------------------.... 742. 32
H' rbor-improvement tax----------------------373. 94
Extra service employees----------------------........................ 28.84
Auditor's corrections---------------------------....................... 8.49
Auditor's corrections March and April-................................. 13. 13
To accountable warrant No. 3 for ,July ................. 1, 875.00
20, 920.76




PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA. 41
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the credit of the
island of Cuba ----------------------------------------------------- $3, 743.89
By miscellaneous expenditures --------------------------------------- 51.80
By salaries for July ---------------------------------------------- 929.67
By refund of tonnage dues. . ..----------------------------- 78.96
By refund of harbor-improvement tax .------------------------------- 39.36
By withdrawal of auditor's correction sheets for March ---------------- 27.48
Balance due United States military government of the island of Cuba.. 16,049.60
20,920.76
W. H. EMERY,
Acting Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Habana, Cuba, October 6, 1899,
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Capt. C. A. Williams, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Nuevitas, Cuba, for the month of August, 1899, and find there is due to be accounted for by said Capt. C. A. Williams the sum of $8,392.74, as follows:
Balance July 31, 1899 ............................................. $16,049.60
Imports---.. ---------------------------------------------------------13,568.57
Tonnage dues -------------------------------------------------- 627.49
Harbor improvement tax ---------------------------------------------- 193.28
Extra-service employees ---------------------------------------------- 29.00
Auditor's corrections-18. 71 Collector's reliquidations-----------------.. --- -- 19. 11
To accountable warrant No. 45 for August ............................. 1, 459.83
To accountable warrant for July, No. 57, supplementary --------------- 243.00
32,208.59
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the credit of the
treasurer of the island of Cuba ------------------------------------ 21, 910.05
By salaries for August -----------------------------------------------1, 471.00
By miscellaneous expenditures ------------------------------------- ---423.90
By refund of duties on reliquidation ---------------------------------- 10.90
Balance due United States military government of the island of Cuba... 8, 392.74
32, 208.59
W. H. EMERY,
Acting Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Habana, Cuba, October 14, 1899.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Maj. C. A. Williams, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Nuevitas, Cuba, for the month of September, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by the said Maj. C. A. Williams the sum of $24,825.21, as follows:
Balance August 31, 1899---------------------------------------------..$8, 392.74
Imports --.- -15, 262. 26
Tonnage dues---------------------------------------................. 621.47
Harbor improvement tax.................................. 334. 62
Extra-service employees-------------------------------------------------41.50
Accountable warrant No. 171 for September-............................-1, 674.67
26, 327.26




42 PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA.
Salaries ------------------------------------------------------------ $1, 256. 50
Miscellaneous expenditures- --------------------------------------245.55
Balance due United States military government of the island of Cuba. 24, 25.21
26, 327.26
WM. P. WATSON,
Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.
[Supplemental.]
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND), Habana, Cuba, November 20, 1899.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Maj. C. A. Williams, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Nuevitas, Cuba, for the month of October (1st to 10th), 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Maj. C. A. Williams the sum of nothing, as follows:
Balance per original certificate for this period ------------------------- $485.48
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the credit of the
treasurer of the island of Cuba-----------------------------------400.00
Transferred to Henry Page, acting collector of customs ---------------- 85.48
. 485.48
W. H. EMERY,
Auditorfor the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Habana, Cuba, January 26, 1900.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Henry Page, acting collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Nuevitas, Cuba, for the month of October (11th to 31st), 1899, and find that there is due and to be accounted for by said Henry Page the sum of $17,027.94.
Imports ---------------------------------------------------- $13, 353.56
Tonnage dues ... . ... .. ... .. .. .. 382.83
Harbor improvement tax ------------------------------------ 291.01
Cattle inspection -------------------------------------------- 185.20
Extra service employees ------------------------------------- 51.00
- $14, 263. 60
Transfer from Maj. C. A. Williams, collector of customs (pred- 285.48 ecessor) ......... I ---------------------------------------- 2, 502.86
2, 788.34
Accountable warrant No. 320, for November-------------------------. 1,475.00
18, 526.94
Salaries ----------------------------------------------------1, 384. 00
Miscellaneous expenditures -------.------------------------- 115.00
1, 499.00
Balance due United States Military Government of Cuba-------------..17, 027.94
18, 526. 94
W. H. EMERY,
Anditor for the Island of Cmba.
The SECRETAP Y OF WAR, Washington, D. C.




PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA. 43
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Habana, Cuba, October 23, 1899.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Maj. C. A. Williams, colleQtor of customs and disbursing officer, port of Nuevitas, Cuba, for the month of October (first ten days), 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Maj. C. A. Williams the sum of $485.48. Balance September 30, 1899 ------------------------------------------- $24, 825.21
Tonnage dues -------------------------------------------------------- 276.21
Harbor improvement tax----------------------------------------. 8.50
Accountable warrant No. 255, for October --------------------------- 1, 608.00
Accountable warrant No. 262, for September and October -------------- 300.00
27, 017.92
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the credit of the treasurer of the island of Cuba ------------------------------------- 23, 679. 58
Transferred to Henry Page, deputy collector of customs at Nuevitas, by order of Major-General Brooke --------------------------------------- 2, 502.86
Transferred to Henry Page, deputy collector of customs, Nuevitas, by order, dated October 7, of Major-General Brooke --------------------- 200.00
Salaries --------------------------- _...------------------------------ 150. 00
Deficit for month of May, 1899, occasioned by shortage in the accounts of Mr. Miguel F. Roura, late cashier. This amount is carried by the auditor's office as a balance due the United States military government of the island of Cuba by the above-named collector -------------------- 485.48
27. 017.92
W. H. EMERY,
Auditor of the Island of Citba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.
Report of vessels entered and cleared, with custom receipts and expenditures, at Ncitas,
month of November, 1899.
NUMBER OF VESSELS ENTERED AND CLEARED, WITH THEIR TONNAGE.
Number of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered -- -------------------------------------------------------- 62
Cleared ------------- .----------------'l.------..---------- 67
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered ----------.-------------------------------------------- 8, 942.48
Cleared --------------------------------------------------------- 8,964.59
Number of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered ......................................................... 11
Cleared --------------------------------------------------------- 10
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered -------------------------------------------------------- 20, 336
Cleared --------------------------------------------------------- 17,941
Number of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax ------------- 30
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax 4, 005.36 Number of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax ---------------- 4
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax ---------- -3, 845
RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMS.
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in coastwise trade-.............. -$81.44
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in foreign trade------------------670.50
Total capitation tax collected on immigrants-......................... -344.35
Total of all other import duties collected---------------------------.. 18, 079. 70
Total receipts from all other customs sources---------------------------70. 50
Total of all receipts during month---------------------------.. 19, 246.49




44 PUBLIC RECEIPT S AND EXPENDITUiRES IN CUBA.
EXPENDITURES FROM CUSTOMS RECEIPTS.
Total duties, fines, etc., of all kinds, refunded during month ------------$391.85
Total salaries of all customs employees for the month---------------- 1, 324.57
Total for rent, supplies, etc., and all other expenses for customs during
month.................................................------- 82.05
Total of all expenditures during month............ .....--------- 1,798.47
EXCESS.
Excess of all receipts over all expenditures during the month...... 17, 4 48. 02
HENRY PAGE,
Acting Collector of Customs.
-Report of vessels entered and cleared, with customs receipts and expenditures, at Neuvitas, month of December, 1899.
NUMBER OF VESSELS ENTERED AND CLEARED, WITH THEIR TONNAGE.
Number of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered........................................................--77
Cleaed..........................................77
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered....................................................---- 10,)439
Cleared.....................................................---- 10,2073
Number of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered--------------------------------------------------------- 13
Cleared ----------------------------- ---------------------------- 13
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered -- -20,)709
Cleared --------------------- *--------------------------------- 21,866
Number of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax..........22 Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax 2,5775
Number of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax....................7
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax ..... 5,2009
RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMS.
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in coastwise trade..........50. 27
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in foreign trade..................785.23
Total capitation tax collected on immigrants.......................... 438.06
Total of all other import duties collected.......................---- 13,625. 00
Total receipts from all other sources:
Cattle inspector's fees.-------------------------------- $156. 20
Increased duties on reliquidation----------------------- 7.78
Capitation tax on foreigners ---------------------------- 9.00
Overtime work, night inspectors ------------------------ 64.50
- 237.48
Total of all receipts during month ----------------------------15,a 136. 04
EXPENDITURES FROM CUSTOMS RECEIPTS.
Total salaries of all customs employees for the month.................-- 1, 347. 50
Total for rents, supplies, etc., and all other expenses for customs during
mont-4------------------------------5 10(




PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA. 45
CUSTOMS PORT OF SAGUA LA GRANDE.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Habana, Cuba, September 30, 1899.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Capt. Elias Chandler, collector of customs and disbursing office for the port of Sagua la Grande, for the month of July, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Capt. Elias Chandler the sum $7,721.48, as follows:
Imports ---------------.--------------------------------------------- $4, 821.44
Tonnage dues .------------------------------------------------------ 254.68
Harbor improvement tax .-------------------------------------------- 529.22
Consular fees --------------------------------------------------- .. 20.00
Extra service employees --------------------------------------------- 31.50
Sale of seized goods --------- I...................-------------------- 70. 70
To accountable warrant No. 5, for July -............................. 1, 585.01
To account ble warrant No. 50, for August--------------------. 1, 768.03
9, 080.58
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the credit of the treasurer of the island of Cuba ......................................585. 15
By salaries for July. ............................... 626.51
By miscellaneous expenditures for July ............................... 8.05
By refund of tonnage dues --- -------------......................... 139.39
By balance ---- ----- m ----------------------------------- 7, 721.48
9, 080.58
W. H. EMERY,
Acting Auditor for the Islaud of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Habana, Cuba, October 3, 1899.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Capt. Elias Chandler, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Sagua la Grande, Cuba, for the month of August, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Capt. Elias Chandler the sum of $13,599.06, as follows: Balance July 31, 1899- ----------------------------------------$7, 721.48
Imports ------------------------------------------------------------- 9, 444. 17
Tonnage dues ------------------------------------------------ 213.65
Harbor improvement tax ------.------------------------------------ 365.79
Cattle inspection ---------------------------------------. ...33.20
Extra service employees ... ... .. .. .. .. ..26.00
Miscellaneous ..................................---------------------- 6. 00
To accountable warrant No. 135, for September-------------------------1, 938.35
19, 748.64
Deposited with the North American T.rust Company to the credit of the
treasurer of the island of Cuba --------..---------------------------5, 194.22
By miscellaneous expenditures for August -------------------------- 203.56
By salaries for August -------------------------------------------549. 35
By refund of tonnage dues- ............... -202.45
Balance due United States military government of the island of Cuba. 13, 599. 06
19,7 78.64
WV. H. EMERY,
Acting Ai tor for the Island of Cuba
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.




46 PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Babana, Cuba, October 13, 1899.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Capt. Elias Chandler, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Sagua la Grande, Cuba, for the month of September, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Capt. Elias Chandler the sum of $12,623.54, as follows: Balance August 31, 1899 ---------------------------------------------- $13, 599. 06
Imports ------------------------------------------------------------- 11, 745.48
Tonnage dues.--------------------. .------------------------- 410.95
Harbor improvement tax --------------------------------------------- 383.48
Cattle Inspection ---------------------------------------------------- 75. 90
Extra service employees --------------------------------------------- 50.00
Miscellaneous .-------------------------------------------------------- 4.00
Accountable warrant No. 249 for October ------------------------------ 1,613.00
27,881.87
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the credit of the
treasurer of the island of Cuba ------------------------------------ 14,338.12
Salaries -------------------------------------------------------------- 675.71
Miscellaneous expenditures ---------.--------------------------------- 91. 95
Refund of tonnage dues ---------------------------------------------- 152.55
Balance due United States military government of the island of Cuba 12, 623.54
27, 881.87
WM. P. WATSON,
Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Habana, Cuba, January 6, 1900.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Capt. Elias Chandler, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Sagua la Grande, Cuba, for the month of October, 1899, and find that there is due, to be accounted for by said Capt. Elias Chandler, the sum of $23,970.35, as follows:
Balance September 30, 1899 .------.---_.- ------.------------- $12, 623. 54
Imports....... .... ...........................--------------------- 11, 705.89
Tonnage dues ---------.-------------------------------.-------------- 40.69
Harbor improvement tax --------------------.----------------------- 317.88
Cousular fees ----------------------------------------------------7.00
Cattle inspection ---------------------------------------------- 16.50
Extra-service employees ------------------------------------- -------- 50.00
24, 761.50
Salaries -------- -------------------------------------------- 725.60
Miscellaneous expenditures .----------------33.85
Refund of tonnage dues ------------------------------------------ 31.70
Balance due United States military government of Cuba ..... ....... 23, 970.35
24, 761.50
WM. P. WATSON,
- Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.
Report of vessels entered and cleared, with customs receipts and expenditures, at Sagna la Grande, month of November, 1899.
NUMBER OF VESSELS ]ENTERED AND CLEARED, WITH THEIR TONNAGE
Number of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered--------------------------------------------------------..68
Cleared--------------------------------------------------------..61




PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA. 47
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered ---------------------------------------------------------- 10, 316
Cleared ---------------------------------------------------------- 10r 072
Number of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered ---------------------------------------------------------- 12
Cleared ---------------------------------------------------------- 10
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered --------------------------------------------------------- 14,264
Cleared --------- ------------------------------------------------- 13, 430
Number of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax -------------- 36
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax ....... 1, 111 Number of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax ---------------- 5
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax .......... 5,421
RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMS.
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in coastwise trade ............. $18.82
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in foreign trade -------------- 676. 64
Total harbor import tax collected ----------------------------------- 826.75
Total of all other import duties collected ------------------------------6, 903.92
Total receipts from all other customs sources .-----------------...... 158. 10
Total receipts from all other sources (consular fees)............... 2.00
Total of all receipts during month .............................. 8, 586. 23
EXPENDITURES FROM CUSTOMS RECEIPTS.
Total duties, fines, etc., of all kinds, refunded during month 394.88
Total salaries of all customs employees for the month -------------- 780.24
Total for rents, supplies, etc., and all other expenses for customs during
month ---------------------------------------------------------- 233.18
Total of all expenditures during month ----------------------.- 1, 408.30
E XCESS.
Excess of all receipts over all expenditures during the month 7, 177.93
ELIAS CHANDLER,
Captain First U. S. Infantry, Collector of Customs.
Report of vessels entered and cleared, with custons receipts and e )penditures, at Sagua la
Grande, month of December, -199.
NUMBER O VESSELS ENTERED AND CLEARED, WITH THEIR TONNAGE.
Number of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered ----------------------------------------------------------- 71
Cleared ---------------------------------------------------------- 83
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered ---------------------------------------------------------- 13,619
CJ eared ---------------------------------------------------------- 13, 933
Number of vessels in foreign tr ide:
Entered --------------------------------------------------------- 12
Cleared ---------------------------------------------------------- 13
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign tride:
Entered --- -- -.- -- -- -.- -.- -- -.- .-------- --- -- -- -18, 140
Cleared --------------------------------------------------------- 1 8,607
Number of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax 44
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax ........ 2, 60 Nuniuber of vessels in Treign trale p saying tonnage tax ---.---------------- 6
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade pa ying tonnage tax 1..... 816
RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMS.
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in coastwise trade------------------$48.20
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in foreign trade--------------------346. 71
Total harbor improvement tax collected---------------------------------544. 10
Total of all other import duties collected-.............................-2, 564. 74
Total receipts from all other enstoms sources----------------------------125. 40
Total of'aIl receipts during mouth-..............................-26, 629. 15




48 PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA.
EXPENDITURES FROM CUSTOMS RECEIPTS.
Total duties, fines, etc., of all kinds, refunded during month ------------$434.91
Total salaries of all customs employees for the month------------------ 764.36
Total for rents, supplies, etc., and all other expenses for customs during mont-------------------------------------------63. 98
Total of all expenditures during month-------------1,263.25
EXCESS.
Excess of all receipts over all expenditures during the mouth...........25,1365. 90
ELIAS CHANDLER,
Captain, First U. S. Infantry, Collector of Customs.
CUSTOMS PORT OF SANTA CRUZ DEL SUR.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR 0 FOR THE ISLAND, Biabana, Cuba, September 30,1899.
Sin: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Capt. F. -G. Irwin, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Santa Cruz del Sur, Cuba, for the month of July, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Capt. F. G. Irwin the sum of $19.18, as follows: Tonnage dues....................................................---- $5.68
Harbor improvement tax ---------------- -------------- -------------- 8.50
Consular fees ------------------------------------------------------ 5.00
To accountable warrant No. 7 for July..........................--- 75.00
.94. 18
By salaries for July -----------------------------------------11------- 60.00
By miscellaneous expenditures. ----------- ------ 15.00
Balance due United States military government of the island of Cuba_ 19. 18
94. 18
W. H. EMERY,
Aiing Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR,
Washington, D. C.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, ilabana, Cuba, October 3, 1899.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Capt. F. G. Irwin, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Santa Cruz del Sur, Cuba, for the month of August, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Capt. F. G. Irwin the sum of $257.76, as follows: Balance.------ -------------------------------------------- $19. 18
Imports------------------------------------------------- 85.24
Tnnage --- dus------------------------- -.56




PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA. 49
By salaries for August ---------------------.----------------------- $60. 00
By miscellaneous expenditures --------------------------------------- 35.18
By refund on reliquidation ------------------------------------------- 5.90
Balance due United States military government of the island of Cuba. 257. 76
358.81
W. H. EMERY,
Acting Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, WJashington, D. C.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Habana, Cuba, Novemberr 13, 1899.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Capt. F. G. Irwin, collector of customs and disbursing officer port of Santa Cruz del Sur, Cuba, for the month of September, 1899, and find that, there is due to be accounted for by said Capt. F. G. Irwin the sum of $302.07, as follows: Balance August 31, 1899 . . . . . . . . . . . $257.76
Tonnage dues ..-...._. .----... .. .. .. -- -------15.21
Accountable warrant No. 280 for October .............................. 150.00
422.97
Salaries -------------------------------------------------.---------- 90.00
Miscellaneous expenditures -------------------------------------------- 30. 90
Balance due United States military government of the island of Cuba-. 302.07
422.97
WM. P. WATSON,
Ai dito -for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, ashington, D. C.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Habana, Cuba, January 8, 1900.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Capt. F. G. Irwin, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Santa Cruz del Sur, Cuba, for the month of October, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Capt. F. G. Irwin the sum of $482.41, as follows:
Balance September 30, 1899 ------------------------------------------- $302. 07
Imports --------------------------------------------------------------- 55.00
Tonnage dues -------------------------------------------------- 20.99
Harbor-Improvement tax --------------------------------------------- 18.25
Capitation tax -------------------------------------------------------- 2. 00
Consular fees ----------------------------------------------------------25.00
Cattle inspection ------------.-....... ...............---------------- 5.00
Accountable warrant No. 376 for November ............................. 210.00
638.31
Salaries ---------------------------------------- .--------------- 135.00
Miscellaneous expenditures------------------......................... -1. 00
Refund of tonnage dues------------------------....................... .90
Balance due United States military government of the island of Cnba.- 482. 41
638.31
W i. P. WATSON,
Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAll, Washington, D. C.
S. IDoc. 177 4




~50 PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA.
Report Of vessels entered and cleared, with, customs receipts and expetlditures, at the port of Santa Cruz del Sur, month of Nov ember, 1899.
NUMBER OF VESSELS ENTERED AND CLEARED, WITH THEIR TONNAGE.
Number of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered-------------------------------------------------------- 24
Cleared-------------------- ------------------------------------- 23
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered -----------------------------------------------------7,Y734.22
Cleared------------------------------------------------------ 7,719. 22
Number of vessels ini foreign trade:
Entered-------------------------------------------------------- 2
Cleared---------------------------------------------------------- 1
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered------------ ------------------------------------------ 12.49
Cleared.-------------.-----------------------------------11.39
Number of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax- ---- 6
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax 3 ----3534
Number of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax ----------- 2
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax 1,..... l 247
RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMS.
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in coastwise trade ------------- $70. 48
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in foreign trade----------------- 44. 78
Total capitation tax collected on immigrants--------------------------- 14. 00
Total of all other import duties collected. ------------------- 49. 00
Total receipts from all other customs sources---------- 8.00
Total receipts from all other sources-------------------4. 95
Total of all receipts during month------------------------- .... 191. 21.
EXPENDITURES FROM CUSTOMS RECEIPTS.
Total duties, fines, etc., of all kinds, refunded during month --------------70. 00
Total salaries of all customs employees for the month----------135. 00
Total for rents, supplies, etc., and all other expenses for customs during
month:
Rent------------------------------------------------- $5.00
Expenses --------------------------------------------- 18.60
23.60
Total of all expenditures during month------------------------- 228. 60
EXCESS.
Excess of all ieceipts over all expenditures during the month ----- 37. 39
f M. EDMIJNDO ESTRADO,
Acting Collector of Customs.
Report of vessels entered and cleared, with. customs receipts and expenditures, at Santa Cruz del Sur, month of December, 1899.
NUMBER OF VESSELS ENTERED AND CLEARED, WITH THEIR TONNAGE.




PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA. 51
RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMS.
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in coastwise trade---------------- $2. 16
Total of all receipts during month------------------------------------ 2.16
EXPENDITURES FROM CUSTOMS RECEIPTS.
Total duties, fines, etc., of all kinds, refunded durng-,month ----- 81. 00 Total salaries of all customs employees for the month------------------ 135.00
Total for rent, supplies, etc., and all other expenses for customs during month:
-Rent ------------------------------------------------- $5.00
Expenses -----------------------------------12.03
_____ 17.03
Total of all expenditures during month--------------------- 233.03
Deficit ----------- -------------------------------- --------------- 230.87
M. EDMUNDO Th TRADO,
Actfng Collector of Customs.
CUSTOMS PORT OF SANTIAGO.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GovnRNAENT OF, CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR TILE ISLAND, Biabana, Cuba, September 30,1899.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Capt. T. F. Davis, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Santiago de Cuba, for the month of July, 1899, and find that there is due to he accounted for by said Capt. T. F. Davis the sum of $15,944.67, as follows:
Balance Jine 30, 1899------- -- ------------------------------------ $194. 77
Imports ---------------------------------- ----------------- ---42,948.34
Exports----------------------------------11. 86
Tonnage dues----------------------------------------- 2364.07
Ha rbor- improvement tax.. - ----------------------------- 1,029. 34
Capitation tax -------- ------------------ a------------------------- 211.00
Fines ,tnd penalties --------- a-------------------------------- ------- 84.04
Extra service employees------------ -------------------- ------------- 2. 50
Auditor's corrections_--- _.._--------------------33. 10
Miscellaneous.. ----------a------------------ 3.95
To accountable warrant No. 29 for July------------------------------ 6,339. 66
53,222. 63
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the credit of the treasurer of the island of Cuba ---------------------------------- 37, 195.58
By miscellaneous expenditures --------------------------------------- 82.38
Balance due United States military government of the island of Cuba_~ 15,944.67
53,)222.63
W. H. EMERY,
Acting Auditor for the Islan~d of Cuba.
The SECRETARY 0' WAR, Washington, D. C.




52 PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA.
Exports ------------------------------------------------------------ $950. 14
Tonnage dues ------------------------------------------- 3, 829.99
Harbor-improvement tax --------------------------------------------- 1,988.85
Capitation tax ------------------------------------------------------- 222. 00
Fines and penalties -------------------------------------------------- 80.13
Extra-service employees ------------------------------------------35.00
Miscellaneous receipts ----------------------------------------------- 42.63
Storage --------------------------------------------------------- 1.69
To accountable warrant No. 95, for August -------------------------- 956.30
Total ---------------------------------------------------------- 122, 004.25
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the credit of the
treasurer of the island of Cuba ------------------------------------ 80, 277.22
By salaries for July ----------------------------------------------- 2,686.64
By salaries for August -----------------------------------------------2, 803.14
By miscellaneous expenditures for July and August -------------------924.43
By refund of tonnage dues ------------------------------------------ 2, 627.58
By refund of duties on reliquidation..-....................... 220.88
Balance due United States military government of the island of Cuba-. 32, 464. 36
Total.. 122, 004.25
V. H. EMERY,
Acting Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.
[Supplementary.]
The Cuban customs service, in account current with T. F. Davis, captain, Fifteenth United
States Infantry, collector of customs at the port of Santiago de Cuba, for the month of
August, 1899.
DR. DISBURSEMENTS.
To transfer of funds, certificate 000193, August 23, 1899, to treasurer
island of Cuba .......------------------.------------------------- $5, 321.76
To balance ----------------------------------------------------- 5,321.76
Cit. RECEIPTS. ,
By balance, from account ending July 31, 1899, fiscal year 1899 ----- 5, 321.76
By balance ------------------------------ 5321.76
T. F. DAVIS,
Captain, Fifteenth United States Infantry, Collector.
PORT OF SANTIAGO DE CUBA,
Collector's Office, August 31, 1899.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Habana, Cuba, November 22, 1899.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Capt. T. F. Davis, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Santiago de Cuba, for the month of September, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Capt. T. F. Davis the sum of $36,311.10, as follows: Balance August 31, 1899----------------------------------------......$32, 464. 36
Imports---------------------------------------------..............78, 889. 11
Exports----------------------------1, 625.73
Tonnage dues--------------------------3, 080. 90
Harbor-improvement tax----------------------------------......... 1, 578.73
Capitation tax--------------------------------------------------.... 124. 00
Fines anti penalties-----------------------2, 739. 65
Extra-service employees-----------------------22. 50
Auditor's corrections-----.... ----------------.............. 76. 97
Collector's reliquidations--------------------------------------------... 6.98




PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA. 53
M iscellaneous ---------......... .. .... .. -----.... .... .... ... ...$21.00
Accountable warrant No. 170, for September -------------------------- 3, 741. 75
Total .......................----------- - --- 124,371.68
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the credit of the
treasurer of the island of Cuba---------------------------------84, 642.25
Salaries -----------------------------------------------------2,903.81
Miscellaneous expenditures ------------------------------------------ 444.00
Refunds of duties on reliquidation ................................... 70.52
Balance due United States military government of the island of Cuba.. 36, 311.10
Total- -----------------------------------------------124, 371.68
WM. P. WATSON,
Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.
Report of vessels entered and cleared, with customs receipts and expenditures, at the port of Santiago de Cuba, month of October, 1899.
NUMBER OF VESSELS ENTERED AND CLEARED, WITH THEIR TONNAGE.
Number of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered ----------- ----------------------------------------------- 26
Cleared ---------------------------------------------------------- 29
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered -------------------------------------------------------- 8, 019
Cleared --------------------------------------------------------- 8,370
Number of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered ----------------------------------------------------------- a 43
Cleared --------------------------------------------------------- 44
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered --------------------------------------------------a 40, 563
Cleared ------- ..--------------------*.-------------- -------------- 39, 026
Number of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax ------------- 13
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax -------- 1, 171.50 Number of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax ---------------- a 32
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax ---------- a 26, 657
RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMS.
Tonnage tax collected on vessels in coastwise trade .................... -$23.43
Tonnage tax collected on vessels in foreign trade-------------- b 2, 614. 52
Capitation tax collected on immigrants ------------------------------- c 1, 718.26
All other import duties collected -------------------------------------79, 166. 65
Receipts from fines, seizures confiscations, etc ------------------------- 89.23
Receipts from all other customs sources .............................. d 633.20
Receipts from all other sources_ ........................................e 30. 92
Total of all receipts during month .------------------------------ 84, 276.21
EXPENDITURES FROM CUSTOMS RECEIPTS.
Duties, fines, etc., of all kinds, refunded during, month-----.---- 389.54
Salaries of all customs employees for the month .......................-3,455.49
For rents, supplies, etc., and all other expenses for customs during month ------------------------------------------------------------- 352.15
Total of all expenditures during month ......................... 4, 197. 18
EXCESS.
Excess of all receipts over all expenditures during the month ..--------80, 079. 03
DAVE H. SCHUHMANN, Collector of Customs.
a Includes 5 vessels entered and cleared at Daiquiri, with 8,248 tons, September, 1899.
bIncludes 4 vessels entered and cleared at Daiquiri from foreign ports, with 4,791 tons, September, 1899.
c Includes 5 vessels entered and cleared at Daiquiri September, 1899.
d Comprises : Reliquidations, $328.56; storage, $10.94; capitation tax, $112; night work, $77.50, and cattle inspection, $104.20.
e Fines collected on account of captain of the port's regulations.




54 PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA.
Report of vessel entered and cleared, with customs receipts and expenditures, at the port
of Santiago de Cuba, month of November, 1899.
NUMBER OF VESSELS ENTERED AND CLEARED, WITH THEIR TONNAGE.
Number of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered -------------------------------------------------------28
Cleared- .. . . . . . . . . .... 27
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered --------------------------------------------------------- a 10, 565
Cleared- -------------------------------------------------a 10, 297
Number of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered -------------------------------------------------------- a 36
Cleared__ ............------- t.------------------------- a 33
Total tonnage of vessels iii foreign trade:
Entered -------------------------------------- -------------- a 32, 529
Cleared .-.-.------------------------- ..--------- -..----.-- a 37, 711
Number of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax -------------- 15,
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax -------- 4, 041 Number of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax ............... -b 27
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax ----------- b 22, 625
RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMS.
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in coastwise trade -------------- $80.83
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in foreign trade ....... ....... b 2, 123. 32
Total capitation tax collected on immigrants -------- ------------ a 1, 632.58
Total of all other import duties collected ------------------------ 104, 115.35
Total of all export duties collected ------.----------------------------- 158.76
Total receipts from fines, seizures, confiscations, etc ----- ------------- 215.34
Collected on account of fines by the captain of the port ------------ 47.00
Total receipts from all other customs sources ------ ft---------------- 995.96
Total of all receipts during month-- .----..-------__.....-- -_.--- 7 .109, 369.14
EXPENDITURES FROM CUSTOMS RECEIPTS.
Total duties, fines, etc., of all kinds, refunded during month ----------- 65.92
Total salaries of all customs employees for the month ------ -------3, 315.97
Total for rents, supplies, etc., and all other expenses for customs during m4ni-h _.--.-.---.-t.m-_---.-.--------..--.---- .... 31.00
Total expenditures for all other purposes authorized during month.... 29.47
Total of all expenditures during month ------------------------ 3,442.36
EXCESS.
Excess of all receipts over all expenditures during the month --------- 105, 879.78,
Collected on account of fines by the captain of the port.. 47.00
S. D. FREEMAN, Collector of Customs.
Report of vessels entered and cleared, with customs receipts and expenditures, at the port of
Santiago de Cuba, month of December, 1899.
NUMBER OF VESSELS ENTERED AND CLEARED, WITH THEIR TONNAGE.
Number of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered--------------------------------------------------------..28
C leared .. .... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ...27
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered----------------------------------------------------.... 11, 131
Cleared-----------------------------------------------------.... 9,4693
Number of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered........................................................ c3
Cleared-------------------------------------------------------.... c 40
a Includes 3 vessels, Diaquiri, October, with 4,750 tons.
b Includes 2 vessels, Diaquiri, October, with 2,921 tons.
c Includes 6 vessels of 6,841 tons, Daiquiri, :November.




PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA. 55
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered --------------------------------------------------------- a 47, 425
Cleared ----------------- ----------------------------------------- a 44, 134
Number of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax --------------- -12
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax --------- 1, 433 Number of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax ............... -a 31
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax ........... a 32, 546
RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMS.
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in coastwise trade -------------- $22.15
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in foreign trade ----------------- b 3, 666. 52
Total capitation tax collected on immigrants ----------------------- 1,286.09
Total of all other import duties collected ----------------------------- c 98, 580. 62
Total of all export duties collected----------------------------- 11.03
Total receipts from fines, seizures, confiscations, etc ------------------- 38. 44
Total receipts from all other customs sources .......... d 968.65
Total of all receipts during month ------------------------------------- 104, 573.50
EXPENI)ITURES FROM CUSTOMS RECEIPTS.
Total duties, fines, etc., of all kinds refunded during month ------------2, 717.03
Total salaries of all customs employees for the month -------------------4, 311.79
Total for rents, supplies, etc., and all other expenses for customs during month --.----------------------------------------------------- 757.42
Total of all expenditures during month --------------------------7,786.24
EXCESS.
Excess of all receipts over all expenditures during the month-......... $96, 787.26
S. D. FREEMAN, Coliector of Customs.
CUSTOMS PORT OF TRINIDAD.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Habaiia, Cuba, September 30, 1899.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Lieut. John Conklin, collector of customs and disbursing officer for the port of Trinidad, Cuba, for the month of July, 1899, and find that there is due, to be accounted for by said Lieut. John Conklin, the sum of $3,163.72. Imports- --------------------------------------------------------- $3, 953.79
Tonnage dues --------------------------------------------------------- 12.50
Harbor-improvement tax ---------------------------------------------- 33.36
Consular fees --------------------------------------------------------- 2.50
To accountable warrant No. 4, for July --------------------------------- 751. 66
To accountable warrant No. 49, for August ----------------------------- 537.66
5,291.47
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the credit of the treasurer of the island of Cuba --------------------------------------1, 568.66
By salaries ---------------------------------------------------------- 516.66
By miscellaneous expenditures ---------------------------------------- 42.43
By balance due military government of the island of Cuba ------------- 3,163.72
5, 291.47
W. H. EMERY,
Acting Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.
a Includes 6 vessels of 6,841 tons, Dtaiquiri, November. b Includes $684.10 collected at Daiquiri, November. c Includes $126.61 collected on reliquidations for increase of duties. d Includes $717 capitation tax; $168.20 veterinary inspection; $6.55 storage; $76.90 night work.




56 PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Habana, Cuba, September 30, 1899.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Lieut. John Conklin, collector of customs and disbursing officer, Trinidad, Cuba, for the month of August, 1899, and find that there is due, to be accounted for by said Lieut. John Conklin, the sum of $10,812.69.
Balance ------------------------------------------------------------- $3, 163.72
Imports -------------------------------------------------------------- 1,511.54
Tonnage dues -------------------------------------------------------- 14.48
Harbor-improvement tax --------------------------------------- 8.50
Consular fees --------------------------------------------------------- 2.50
To accountable warrant No. 55, for August ---------------------------- 8, 560. 00
To accountable warrant No. 132, for September ------------------------ 537.66
13, 798.40
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the credit of the treasurer of the island of Cuba ------------------------------------- 2,442.61
By salaries ---------------------------------------------------------- 516.66
By miscellaneous expenditures --------------------------------------- 26.44
By balance due military government of the island of Cuba -------- 10, 812.69
13, 798. 40
W. H. EMERY,
Acting Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, WJashington, D. C.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLANTD) Habana, Cuba, October 12, 1899.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Lieut. John Conklin, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Trinidad, Cuba, for the month of September, 1899, and find that there is due, to be accounted for by said Lieut. John Conklin, the sum of $11,779.30.
Balance August 31, 1899 ---------------------------------------------- $10, 812.69
Imports --------------------------------------------------------------- 917.72
Tonnage dues --------------------------------------------------------- 11.80
Harbor-improvement tax.------------------------------- 25.84
Auditor's corrections ------------------------------------------------- 3.01
Accountable warrant No. 237 for October ------------------------------ 545.16
12, 316.22
Salaries -------------------------------------------------------------- 516.66
Miscellaneous expenditures ..----------------------------------------- 20.26
Balance due United States military government of the island of Cuba.. 11, 779.30
12, 316.22
WM. P. WATSON,
Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington,D. C.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND,
Habana, Cuba, January 8, 1900.
SiR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Lieut. John Conklin, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Trinidad, Cuba, for the month of October, 1899, and find that there is due, to be accounted for by said Lieut. John Conklin, the sum of $10,026.75.
Balance September 30, 1899------------................-.-.............$11, 779.30
Import-------------------------------------------------------......2, 038.42
Tonnage dues----------------------------------------------------..... 17. 66




PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA. 57
Harbor-improvement tax ----------------------------------------------- $31.20
Consular fees ---------------------------------------------------------- 2.50
Accountable warrant No. 318 for November ----------------------------- 539.16
14, 408.24
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the credit of the
treasurer of the island of Cuba ------------------------------------- 3, 847. 46
Salaries -------------------------------------------------------------- 516.66
Miscellaneous expenditures -------------------------------------------- 17.37
Balance due United States military government of Cuba --------------- 10, 026.75
14, 408.24
WM. P. WATSON,
Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, W1ashington, D. C.
Report of vessels entered and cleared, with customs receipts and expenditures, at Trinidad,
month of November, 1899.
NUMBER OF VESSELS ENTERED AND CLEAREI), WITH THEIR TONNAGE.
Number of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered --------------------------------------------------------- 50
Cleared --------------------------------------------------------- 49
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered 12, 529
Cleared ---------------------------------------------------------- 12,512
Number of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered ------------------------------------.--.-------------- 1
Cleared -------------------------------------------------- ------- 1
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered ---------------------------------------------------------- 1,202
Cleared-- --------------------------------------------------------1, 202
Number of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonna ge tax ------------- 12
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax ------- 960
RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMS.
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in coastwise trade -.-.------------ $19. 20
Total harbor-improvement tax collected ----------------------------- 73.60
Total of all other import duties collected ------------------------------ 38". 90
Total receipts from all other sources:
Deposited by employees for official badges ----------------- $7.50
Consular fees (bills of health) --------------------------.... 2.50
Veterinary inspection ----------------------------.......... .75
10.75
Total of all receipts during month ------------------------------2, 487.45
EXPENDITURES FROM CUSTOMS RECEIPTS.
Total salaries of all customs employees for the month------- ..-..-.-w-- 5-16. 66
Total for rents, supplies, etc., and all other expenses for customs during month -------------------------------------...................... 15.96
Total of all expenditures during month-----------------------------532.62
EXCESS.
Excess of '11 receipts over all expenditures during the month------------1, 954. 83
JOHN CONKLIN, Collector of Customs.




58 PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA.
Report of vessels entered and cleared, with, customs receipts and expenditures, at Trinidad, month of December, 1899.
NUMBER OF VESSELS ENTERED AND CLEARED, WITH THEIR TONNAGE.
Number of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered -------------------------------------------------------- 55
Cleared-----------------------------------------ft ---------------- 57
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered------------------------------------------------------ 19, 188
Cleared--------------------------------------------------- 19 305
Number of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered--------------------------------------------------------- 1
Cleared ---------------------- ----------------------------------- 1I
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered ------------------------------------------------------ 1,209
Cleared.--------------------------- ---------------------------- 1,209
Number of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax -------6 Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnagre tax 103
RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMS.
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in coastwise trade ----------------$2. 06
Total harbor- improvement tax collected------------------------------- 19. 15
Total of all other import duties collected ----------------------------- 971.50
Total receipts from all other sources:
Consular fees ----------------------------------------- $5.00
Inspection of cattle ------------------------------------ 1. 95
_____ 6.95
Total of all receipts during month ------------------------------ 999. 66
EXPENDITURES FROM CUSTOMS RECEIPTS.
Total duties, fines, etc., of all kinds refunded during month --------------16. 32
Total salaries of all customs employees for the month----------------- 516.66
Total for rents, supplies, etc., and all other expenses for customs during month---------------------------------------------------------- 28.250
Total of all expenditures during month------------------------ 561.23
EXCESS.
Excess of all receipts over all expenditures during the month -----------438. 43
- JOHN CONKLIN, Collector of Customs.
CUSTOMS PORT OF ZAZA.
THlE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, BHabana, Cuba, January 8, 1900.
SIn: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Lieut. L. S. Upton, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Tunas de Zaza, Cuba, for the month of October, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Lie-tt. L. S. Upton the sum of $1,145.16, as follows:




PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA. 59
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the credit of the treasurer of the island of Cuba ------------------ $985.30
Salaries --------------- ------------------------------------------------ 227.00
M iscellaneous expenditures ... .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. ..81.09
Balance due United States military government of Cuba .-------------- 1, 145.16
2, 438. 55
WM. P. WATSON,
Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Habana Cuba, October 13, 1899.
SiR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Lieut. L. S. Upton, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Tunas de Zaza, Cuba, for the month of September, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Lieut. L. S. Upton the sum of $1,000.20, as follows:
Balance August 31, 1899 ----------------------------------------- $990.62
Imports ------------------------------------------------------------- 5.75
Tonnage dues -------------------------------------------------------- 10. 12
Accountable warrant No. 236, for October ................. ......... 306.00
1,312.49
Salaries ------------------------------------------------------- 227.00
Miscellaneous expenditures ------------------------------------------- 85.29
Balance due United States military government of the island of Cuba. 1, 000.20
1, 312. 49
WMI. P. WVATSON,
Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA, OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Habana, Cuba, October 5, 1899.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Lieut. L. S. Upton, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Tunas de Zaza, Cuba, for the month of August, 1899, and find that there is due to be accounted for by said Lieut. L. S. Upton the sum of $990.62, as follows:
Balance ---.------------------------------------------------- $511.54
Imports ------------------------------------------------------------- 5.49
Tonnage dues . . . . . . . . . . . . .36.22
Consular fees -------------------------------------------------------- 12.50
To accountable warrant No. 68-for August ----------------------------- 492.00
To accountable warrant No. 128 for September 297.00
1, 354.75
By salaries for August -----------------------.................. 227.00
By miscellaneous expenditures-------------------------------------137. 13
Balance due United States military government of the island of Cuba.. 990.62
1, 354.75
W. HX. EMERY,
Acting Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.




60 PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA.
THE UNITED STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT OF CUBA,
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR FOR THE ISLAND, Habana, Cuba, October 5, 1899.
SIR: I have the honor to report that I have examined the accounts of Lieut. L. S. Upton, collector of customs and disbursing officer, port of Tunas de Zaza, Cuba, for the month of July, 1899, and find that there is due and to be accounted for by said Lieut. L. S. Upton the sum of $511.54, as follows: Balance June 30, 1899 .... .. . .... .. .. . .. $17.23
Tonnage dues -------------------------------------------------------- 13.12
Consular fees -------------------------------------------------------- 5.00
To accountable warrant No. 2 for July -------------------------------- 811.50
846.85
Deposited with the North American Trust Company to the credit of the
treasurer of the Island of Cuba ------------------ 17.23
By salaries for July -------------------------------------------------- 227.00
By miscellaneous expenditures --------------------------------------- 91.08
Balance due United States Military Government of the island of Cuba. 514.54
846.85
W. H. EMERY,
Acting Auditor for the Island of Cuba.
The SECRETARY OF WAR, Washington, D. C.
Report of vessels entered and cleared, with customs receipts and expenditures, at the port
of Tunas de Zaza, months of Noember, 1899.
NUMBER OF VESSELS ENTERED AND CLEARED, WITH THEIR TONNAGE.
Number of vessels in coast wise trade:
Entered -------------------------------------------------------- 40
Cleared --------------------------------------------------------- 40
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered -------------------------------------------------------- 10, 177
Cleared --------------------------------------------------------- 10, 135
Number of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered --------------------------------------------------------- 1
Cleared -------------------------------------------------------- 1
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered -------------------------------------------------------- 832.86
Cleared --------------------------------------------------------- 832.86
Number of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax-............. 2
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax -------- 110 Number of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax --------------- 1
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade paying tonnage tax .......... 832.86
RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMS.
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in coastwise trade --------------- $2.20
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in foreign trade --------------- 83.29
Harbor improvement tax --- --------------------------------------- 109.71
Total of all other import duties collected ---------------------------- 1, 060. 36
Total receipts from all other customs sources:
Cattle inspectors' fees ------------------------------------ $107.00
Consular fees 5.00
- 112.00
Total of all receipts during month----------------------------.. 1, 367.56
EXPENDITURES FROM CUSTOMS RECEIPTS.
Total salaries of all customs employees for the month----------------------227.0
Total for rent, supplies, etc., and all other expenses for customs during month--------------------------------------89.56




PUBLIC RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES IN CUBA. 61
Total expenditures for all other purposes authorized during month:
For street cleaning, per authority collector of customs for
Cuba ---------------------- I----------------------- $20. 00
For ice furnished, per authority collector of custouis for
Cuba ._ --------------------------------- -------- 17.63
$37.63
Total of all expenditures during month------------------------- 354. 19
Excess of all receipts over all expenditures during the month -----------1, 013. 37
L. S. UPTON, Collector of Customs.
Report of ressels entered and cleared, with customs receipts and expenditures, at the port of Tunas de Zaza, month of Decemnber, 1899.
NUMBER OF VESSELS ENTERED AND CLEARED, WITH THEIR TONNAGE.
Number of vessels in coastwise trade:
Entered -------------------------------------------------------- 47
Cleared. --------------------------------------- 47
Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade:36
Entered------------------------------------------------------ 13,1
Cleared...---------------------------------------------------- 13220
Number of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered ------------------------------------------- ------------- 1
Cleared---------------------------------------------------------- 1
Total tonnage of vessels in foreign trade:
Entered ------------------------------------------------------ 1,388
Cleared------------------------------------------------------- 1388
Number of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax -------4 Total tonnage of vessels in coastwise trade paying tonnage tax -----234RECEIPTS FROM CUSTOMLNS.
Total tonnage tax collected on vessels in coastwise trade---------------- $4. 68
Harbor-improvement tax------------------------------------....... 8.50
Total of all other import duties collected------------------------------ 1.20
Total receipts from all other customs sources---------------------- 7. 50
Total of all receipts during month------------------------------ 21.88
EXPENDITURES FROM CUSTOMS RECEIPTS.Total salaries of all customs employees for the mouth------------------ 197. 00
Total for rents, supplies, etc., and all other expenses for customs during month -.- ------------------------------------- 44.28
Total expenditures for all other purposes authorized during month:
For street cleaning, per authority of collector of customs,
Cuba---------------------------------------------- $20.00
For ice furnished, per authority of collector of customs for
Cuba----------------------17.63
- 37.63
Total of all expenditures during month------------------------- 278. 91
Deficit ----------.-.....................-------------------------- 257.03
T. S. UPTON,




CUBA.
RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS, JULY, 1899.
The United States military government of Cuba in account with, Maj. E. F. Ladd, treasurer of the island of Cuba, at Habana, CuaI uig h ot of July, 1899.
Customs Postal rcit.Internal-rev- Miselaeu
rcps.receipts. enue receipts. recepsTtl
CR.
By balane on hand per account rendered for--------------------------------------------------- ---------------- ---------------- ---------------- -----Bycash received---as-per-abstract ------------------------------------------------------$1,7983, 085. 15 $12, 000. 00 $75,7745. 56 $4 0.7 $,15 3.6
Balance .................................... ...................................... 1, 092, 207. 57 39, 000. 00 12, 254. 44 6,78 7 115621
BALANCE AS RESULT OF ABSTRACT C, TRANSFER WARRANTS.
Balance as carried to new account.................................................---- 937,207. 57 16, 000. 00 87, 745. 56 6,789 ,15 6.1
I certify that the above is a true account of all the money that has come to my hands during the month of July o con saoe The balance due the above account ($1,105,662.10) is on deposit as'foflows:Z With the North American Trust CompanyHabana---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------$1,.100,.178..1
Santiago----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5,439
Total-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1,.105,.662..10
E. F. LADD, Treasurer o h sado ua




Abstract of funds received by the treasurer of the Island of Cuba during thtemonth of July, 1899.
Receipt. Certificate of deposit. Itra
____________________________________Customs re- Postal re revnerae Ms- la
From whom~ received. eipts. (eipts. rvner-nosr- Ttl
No. Date. No. Date. I Place. receipts. cet.
1 1 1001 June 20 iHabana............ Maj. E. F. Ladd................................ $10.00.0. ........... $100,000. 00 ----I------I--2 1 1002 21. d..............d ............................................ 100,000. 00............................-o-ooo-o3 1 1003 22..do..........(10..........................................- *.........100:000.00............................10,000004 1 1004 23.-do ......... do........................... 100, 000. 00..............................0,000
5 1 1005 24.-do.........:...... -do........................100,()00.00 ............ ............. ....10.0.0
6 1 1006 30.-do .................d..... ........ ................10000................................... 100,0.0 0(o o--- *------7 1 1007 July 1. do ...............Capt. WV. H. Hay....................................------ 76, 499. 35...................6493
8 5 1008 1 1 do............... Col T. H. Bliss..................................----- 12,78.45......................-1,278459 5 1010 5 .. do .................Ricardo Martinez...........................................------ ..............$598.29.....582
10 6 1009 5 .... A.do............... Col. T. H. Bliss ........................1,6.8.................................. 19, 562. 38 ------ -----11 8 1011 6. d..........do........................... -o............2092................................ :::....20,965.29 ------------12 8 1012 6 _..do ...............IRicardo Martinez................................................783. 731.........8.7
13 10 1016 8.-do...............--Col. T. H. Bliss ....................................... 28,704.79 ............. ......... ......28749
14 10 1017 8 _.-do ................ Ricardo Martin~ez ........... ...............................................----- 501.75..........517
15 11i 1 1 Santiago ............. Capt. T. F. Davis ....................................... 956. 67 ............ .............. .......5.6
16 11 2 3 _. do.............. (1..... .. .................................. 1,8.1......................i158.8...........1,8.1.
17 11 3 5 ... do ................._.do ............................................... 1,715.74 ............ ............ ......1757
18 11 1018 10 Habana ..............Iicardo Martinez.................................... .............. ........... 51.8 519.83
19 11 1019 10.-do ---------_Col. T. H. Bliss ...................................... 29, 675. 06 ............29 675.----06
20 11 1020 10 ... do................ Lient. F. A. Wilcox ........................................................$9,894.-2-9,-94.-5
21 12 1021 11 ... do............... Maj. L. D. Sturgis .....................................................11.5 11.5 i ---- -----------22 12 1022 11 .do................ Col. T.H. Bliss ....................................... 26,800.57 ............ ...................6805
23 12 1023 11. d..... .........----- icardo Martinlez............................................. .......895 65................ 895.65
24 12 1024 11 ..do,................-..do-----I.........................................50. 00. ........500
25 13 1025 12 0.o.......o......................do.............................................34.3.... ..............-------349.3 H
26 14 1013 7._do............... Col. T. H. Bliss........................................ 39, 3271. 38 .............................3,07.827 14 1026 12 .-do................._do ............................................... 46, 359. 22 ............ ...................6 5.2
28 14 1027 13._ do ................ Ca pt. E.B.Ives............................................... .............. ....18.38.3.
29 14 1028 13 .do............... Col. T. H. Bliss ....................................... 36,7864. 78 ............ ...................6 6.7
30 14 1029 13 ...do............... iRicardo Martinez.......................................... .............639 6. .............. 639.64
31 15 1030 14 0 -................ Col. T. H. Bliss....................................... 61, 184.82 ......... ...............6,148
32 15 1031 14 _.do, ............ ... Ricardo Martinez.............................................. ......321.2.................. 323.25
33 15 1014 _.-do.............. -do........................................................1,900....... ........1300 **---- .
34 15 1015 7.-do....... ..do................................................................. 1513............... 15,123.37
35 17 4 6 Santiago............. Capt. T. F. Davis ...................................... 2, 175. 36 ............ ...................2153
36 17 5 7. do ................. do ............................................... 1,451.83 ............ ...................1418
37 17 6 8 ...do................._.do........................................ 19:.5.............193.5......................1,231
38 17 7 10. ...... ...........d..... .....do .....................................4,757..............465.8.......................4,757
39 17 8 11 ...do............... Maj. B. F. Ladd ....................................... 101, 000. (00............ ..................11,09 )
40 17 9 11 ...do............... Capt. T.F. Davis ...................................... 1, 087. 92..............................1,879
41 17 10 12 ....do................ Lieut. J. W. Smith ............... .......... ...........4,1300. 14 ............ ...................4 0.1
42 17 11 12 ...do ...............Capt. E. A.Ellis .................*.------ 12.256. 14........................ .....12564
43 17 12 12 ...do............... Capt. T. F. IDavis ....................................~ 6,615.65..............................6,1.6.




Abstract of funds received by the treasurer of the Island of Cuba during the month of July, 1899.
Receipt. Certificate of deposit.CutmrePoale-Ienl
_____________________-From whom received. cit. eps revenue re- nosr- Ttl
No. Date. No. Date. Place. ceetipceits
44 17 1032 July 15 Habana-------------..Col. T. HI. Bliss--------------------------------------...$63, 073. 58 $63,.... 073...58
45 17 1033 15-do---------------W Riatr Fatnz................... Smth---------------------------------------- $14 123 27 14, 323.4 27
47 17 1035 15-..do---------------..Maj.-J.-G. Davis-.---.--.-------..........................-.----------------------.1,953.58.1,953.58..
48 17 1036 15.-do-....-----------.Lieut. P. D. Lockridge-----------------------------------------------------.9,434..8 9,44.8
50 18 1038 17 _do----_---------- Col. T. H. Bliss -------------------- ------- ----------- 32 131. 533211.5
51 18 1039 17 -...do ...............Capt. G. S. Cartwright 42164................ 421.64.... ..............
52' 18 1040 17 ..-..do ---------------IRicardo Mar-tinez----------------------------------------------------------- 269.68..........296
53 18 1042 17 _do---------------..ColptAHisrsg------------------------------------------------- 5 2.6 ......------- 6.3.3
54 20 10423 18-...-do....------ iaroMrtnz.........o...ls ...................................j 50,528.64-- 50,528.64
55 20 1043 18 ..do ...............Ri. ard(o Martinez ---------------------.. 2...... 13 0----------,0305
56 20 1044 18.d.... o.........d........... ...t.F E amod.................................... ................... 389..................38.9
57 20 1045 18 -do................Lieo. H. Bamford........................................ 419.9............ ............ 83.6870
58 20 1046 19 ...do ....eut.. F.car .oatiey....................................... ......1 1 4.2
59 20 1047 19 .. do ............... Col. T. H. Bliss.. . .............................................416.4 ........... -- --- 17- 7.7 7 7.7
60 20 1048 2 1 .....-do ........... .. Ricardo M\artinez .....................I------- 1------ 643 .. . .. . .,84.2
61 21 1049 2 1 -do........... Capt. E. Champler.---------4,5.0......................2, 700.---- 4323-0.4
62 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Jsi 2115A0d........Cl . z s-------------------------44 56.7 44,51.7 00
63 21 1051 20-o.........-iado Mrie................ ....................... .........640.8........,49.8
64 21 1052 20.3. ..1t do Cade...........................0 651 1------------ -----------------4065.1
65 21 1053 20 -~do .............. .si Pedlisra..a.................................... 3,. 2...... a..... .............
66 22 1054 21 ._do--------Let ....Wes.............Riad M rtnz ....................................... ..............1 055....92 1,055.9
67 22 1055 21.-do............... Col. T. HI. Bliss .......................................389,53.526 -----------------------------3,53.5
68 22 1056 21-_.do-.-------------I.Catdo3 Martimnez----------------------------- -----------------1...... 316. 76.. .............1367
69 24 1057 22.-.do ............... Rcao Mar.tBiss......................................29,573.26-------- 29,----- 573.8 265
70 24 152 d------72 24 1059 22 -.-do.............Capt C. 1Syods.........................................................90.0 903.03---- -------4780
-"!Cardo M.Fatiez.........................................,28.2------------,25.2
72 24 16 22 ....do.................o----------------- ----------------------------70--- --------780
73 24 13 13 Santiao..............Cap.. T. Fai------------ ------------94.0--------------------------------------94 60:1 ...... ......
74 24 14 17-d...................................... ..........................6,50639------------------------------6,50.39.
75 24 15 18 d (o.......d..........................................58.3......................................568.31-- ----- 7457
76 24 16 19 .-..do---------------.iiop.'.F Bari----------------.. a------------------------ --3.7------------ --3,-45.73------3 84.71
77 516 24 17an 19-do.............. Colp. T. Blais................................... 433,9.073.................I............... 43.0.
78 5 06 2 Hhaa---------ol T H Bis--------------------------1,97.3........................1,97.3799 255 10622 244 dodo ............ Lieu..Johieu o.kJih.................................-,-11--36-------....111.36..-----------.--..8,-111.-3680 25 1063 24 -..do--...----------- iLieut. L. S. Upton.....................................2, 235. 73 ............ ............ .......223.7
81 25 1064 24 -.do............... Ricardo Martinez................................................561 7.........561.70
82 25 1065 24 ...do--------------- Capt. C. A. Williams..................................-- 17, 583............................17-58.8
83 25 1067 24.d.... ... ....... Lieut. M. B.Stokes...................................--- 69,1839.60 ............ ...................9896
84 26 1068 25 ..-..do...............--Justin A. Pedraza...................................................,-100.0..............1,100.00
85 26 1069 25 ....,-do ...........Col. T. H. Bliss............................... 25134................ .....2,8.4........... 5134
86 26 1070 25-...do............... Maj. W. H. Miller............................................. .............. 6,116.02-- 6,116.02--




87 26 1071 1 25.-do--..----------.. Ricardo Martinez------------------------------------------------4,878. 78--------487.8
88 26 1066 24-...do--------------. ICapt. F. G. Irwin-----------------------------------... 12, 146. 73-----------------------------1,.14..7
90 27 1073 26--..do--------------..Col.T. H. Bliss-------------------------------------.... 18,870.45-----------------------------.8,704
91 27 1074 26--_do--------------..Ricardo Martinez-----------------------------------------------------------65....28 65.28
92 28 1075 27'-do--------------..Manuel S. Trelles---------------------------------------- -------------- 10 32.3-------------10, 324.9
93 28 1076 I 27--do--------------..Col. T. H. Bliss--------------------------------------... 51, 433. 79-----------------------------5.43..7
94 28 1077 27 ...d ....... o-------Col.G. M.Randall----------------------------------------------150 140 ....... ....... ............
0 965 288 10798 287 .....do --......... E.. G..atlRi oaed--M-r-inez--................................$12,.00..00.............-......-..-12, 000.3004
97 31 18 20 Santiago------------..Capt. T. F. Davis-------------------------------------... 1,488.57------------------------------,48857.
.-98 31. 19 21-..-do------------------...do--------------------------------------05.0------------------------------605.07 .......w .....
-A- 99 31 20 22--..do------------------do----------------------------------------------... 1,684.14------------------------------1,84.1
S100 31 21 24--..do----------------- -do------------------------------------2,77....----------------------------2,776. 15 .............
101 31 1080 28 Habana-------------..Col. T. H. Bliss -------------------------------------- 28, 372. 67-----------------------------2,.37..6
102 31 1081 28 do-------aalM tao--------------------------------.I 11831,6.0
C103 31 1082 28--.do--------icardo Martinez---------------------------------------...... -----------------511.18 511
104 31 1083 1 29. (10--------------....Col. T. H. Bliss--------------------------------------... 32, 045. 34----------------------------32,.45.34.
105 31 1084 29-. do--------------i..licardo Martinez-------------------------------------------------------613.6-----------------613622
106 31 1085 29-...do-------------.. Rlamon M. Cafas----------------------------------------.. 98. 72-------------------------------98.72.
107 31 1092 31 ....do---------------. icardo Martinez----------------------------------------------------------688.20.. 688.20
108 31 1093 31-...do------------------...do-----------------------------------------------------------200 00-...........200...00.0
I certify that the foregoing abstract is correct.
E. F. LADD, T,-Yeasurer o h sado ua
AUGUST 9, 1899.




Abstract of accountable warrants paid by the treasurer of the island of Cuba during the month of July, 1899.
Accountable ] Inenl
warrant. Chewhomk.id.P Custom re- Postal reo. Dte. -pitTo whom paid. iacts ceipts revenUere- Total.
No. Date. No. Date. eps
1 June 28 1 6 Capt. W. F. Evans .............................................. Cardenas ................... $2, 139. 07 ............ ... 2,139.07
2 28 2 6 Lieat. L. S. Upton ........................... 811.50.......................... .811.50
3 28 3 6 Capt. C. A. Williams.......................................... Nuevitas ...................1,875.00............875.00
4 28 4 0 Lieut. John Conklin ......................................Trinidad ................... 751.66 ............................751.66
5 28 5 6 Capt. E. Chandler ............................................... Isabela de Sagua............ .1,585.01 -----------6 28 6 8 Capt. F. G. Irwin ................................................ Manzanillo ..................1,466.30 .........................1,466.30
7 July 1 7 8. do... ................................................ Santa Cruz del Sur .75.00......................... 75.00
8 1 8 8 Ramon Caiias ........ I..........................Batabano..................... 640. 50 ....................605
9 1 9 8 Capt. E. A. Ellis ................................................. Guantanamo ...............................1,151.67
10 1 10 8 Lieut. J. W. Smith ................... ...................... Gibara ...................... 1 2,810.00 ............2, 810.00
11 3 11 8 Capt. M. R. Peterson ............................................4 Matanzas 0.................4, 068. 00
12 3 12 8 Maj. Wm. Black .................................................2 cabana .....................206, 317. 35
13 3 13 8 Lieut. H. W. Stamford ...........................1... ....................... 11,309.0055
14 3 14 8 Capt. C. J. Symmonds ....................................... Puerto Principe............. 48, 655.00 ............. .....4865.0 Z
15 6 15 6 Maj. H. L. Scott ................................................. abana 86,375.45..........................8637545
16 6 16 8 Maj. S. D. Sturgis ............................................ do....... .............27,132.83............71.2....27132.83
17 6 17 8 Lieut. P. D. Lockridge .......................................... Santa Clara...... 9,729.33..........................9,729.33
18 6 18 8 Maj. W. H. Miller ............................................... Matanzas ................... 41, 961.65 ...........41, 961.65
19 6 19 8 Capt. F. P. Fremont ............................................. Sancti Spiritus ..............12,709.30.............12,.709...0.12,2709..3
20 6 20 8 Lieut. W. E. Welsh ............................................. Cardenas ................... 5,500.00 ..........................5,500.00
21 6 21 8 Capt. G. S. Cartwright ..................................... t-- Matanzas .................. 6, 500. 00 ...........6, 500. 00
22 6 22 8 Brig. Gen. L. Wood............................................. Santiago.....101,845.00.........................101.845. 00
23 6 23 8 Capt.Thomas Wilson ........................................... .......200.00 200. 00
24 6 24 8 Capt. A. Pickering .............................................. Trinidad .................. 134.00 134.00
25 6 25 8 Capt. J. H. Gardner .............................................. Placetas .................... 7,625.00 .........................7,625.00
26 7 26 11 B. F. Davis ...................................................... Habana ..................... 57,124. 60 ..........................57,124.60
27 7 27 11 do................. ....................................do..................... .10,641.30......................... .10,641.30
28 7 28 11 Maj. H. L. Scott .............................................do...................... .4,487.30............ 48............ .4,487.30
29 7 29 11 Capt. T. F. Davis ................................................ Santiago .................... 6, 339. 66 ..........................6, 339.66
30 7 30 11 B. F.Dais ...................................................... Habana ..................... 12,480.33 .........................12,480.33
31 7 31 11 Lieut. H. C. Schumm ............................................ Baracoa ..................... 840.00 ............840.00
32 10 32 13 Capt. Reynolds Landis ......................................... Caibarien ................... 1,694.26 ..........................1,694.26
33 10 33 13 Capt. John Biddle ...... .................................. 1 Matauzas ................... 58, 000,00 ......................... 58,000.00
34 10 34 13 Capt. W. H. ay .............................................do......................2, 913.96..........................2, 913.96
35 12 35 14 B.F. Davis ..................................................... Habana ..................... 1,000.00 ..........................1,000.00
36 12 36 14 .....do ............................................. ........................125.00.......................... .125.00
38 12 38 14 E. G. Rathbone .............................................do................................. 5,100.00............. 5, 100. 00
39 13 39 18 B.F. Davis ...................................................... do ...................... 5,298.34 .......................... 5,298.94
40 19 37 25 Capt. W. Y. Stamper ............................................ Cienfuegos ................. 26,000. 33 .........................26, 000.33
41 20 46 26 Lieut. M. B. Stokes .............................................. i Cardenas .................... 2139. 07 ............2,139. 07
42 20 40 25 B. F. Davis ...................................................... H Habana ..................... 30, 000. 00 ............30, 000.00
43 20 41 25 Capt. J. T. French ............................................. do ...................... 3,939.00 ..........................3, 939. 00




44 20 42 25 Maj. V. 14. Miller ........................ .......... Matanzas ................... 2, 820.00 2 820..00
45 21 443 25 Capt. C. A. W illiams ............................................. Nuevitas ................... 1, 459. 83 ........459.83
46 21 44 25 Capt. 0. M. Lissak ---------------------------------------Habana--- abana .................... 725.00 ..... .725.00
47 21 45 25 B. Fi. Davis ............- -...............................................do ...................... 5,147.58-----------5,147.58
49 22 47 26 Lieut. Jno. Conklin- .............................................. Trinidad .............-537.66 ............-537.6
50 22 48 26 Capt. E. Chandler ............................................... Isabela de Sagua ............ 1,768.03 ........................ 1, 768. 03
51 22 49 26 Lieut. 1-. C. Schum m ............................................ Baracoa .................... i 1,125.00 ........................ 1,125.00
52 22 50 26 Lieut. J. W Smith ............................................... Gibara ...................... 1,536. 00---.......... 1, 536.00
53 24 51 27 Capt. M. 1,. Peterson ............................................ Matanzas ------------------- 5, 000. 00 j ............
54 24 52 27 Lieut. H. W. Stamford ------------------------------------------ Habana ---------------....- 21,868. 07 21,868.07
55 25 53 29 Lieut. John Conklin ............................................. Trinidad .................... 8, 560.00 .........................8, 560.00
56 26 54 29 Capt. AV. Y. Stamper ------------------------------------------- Cienfuegos ................. 29, 368. 33-------------------------29, 368. 33
57 26 55 29 Maj. C. A. Williams -------------------------------------N-ei-s----------------43-. Nuevias ............... 243.00 ............00
58 26 56 29 Capt. W. H. [Hay ................................................. Matanzas ................... 4,328.26-------------------------4,328.26
59 26 62 29 Emilio Bacardi ........................................... .... Santiago. .................... -----------500. 00 3, 500.00
60 26 58 29 Americo Silva........................ ----------------- Puerto Principe ........- ............- ............ 500.00 1,500.00
61 26 59 29 Justin Pedra-za .................................................. Santa Clara1 ............ ..............1, 200.00 1,200.00
62 26 60 29 Manuel Repriso --------------------------------------- Pinar del Rio..- ............................. .......-1,200.00 1,200. 00
63 26 61 29 M anuel S. Trelles ..................-............................ M atanzas .................. ..............1, 400.00 1, 400. 00
Total --------------------------------------------------890, 877.58 5,100.00 8,800.00 1,029,877.
I certify that the foregoing abstract is correct.
E. T. LADD, Treasurer of Ihe Island of Cuba
Au(T usT 9, 1899.
0




RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS, AUGUST, 1899.
The United States military government of Cuba, in account with Maj. E. F. Ladd, treasurer of the island of Cuba, during the month of August, 1899.
Customs Internal-reve- Miscellaneous Total.
ceipts. re. Postal receipts. nue receipts. receipts.
CR.
By balance on hand, as per account rendered for July, as corrected .......................... $937, 207. 57 $16, 000.00 $76,334.31 $
By cash, as per abstract ...................................................................... 1, 391,405.71 18,000.00 98 215. 76 50,348.79 1,557,970.26
Total .......................................................................2, 328, 613.28 34,000.00 174,550.07 2, 663, 632. 36
DR.
To payments, as per abstract A................... 1,273,886.05 48,880.00 315,7400.23 1
Balance ........................................................................ 1, 054, 747. 23 -14, 880.00 140, 850.16 126, 409. 01 1, 025, 486. 08
BALANCE, AS RESULT OF ABSTRACT C, TRANSFER WARRANTS.
Balance, as above ............................................................................. $1,054,747. 23 $14, 880. 00 -$140, 850.16 $126, 469. 01 $1,025,
Abstract C ...................................................................................- 325, 000.00 25,000.00 300,000.00 ...........................
Balance, as carried to new account..................................................... 729, 747. 23 10,120.00 159,149.84 126, 469. 01 1, 025, 486. 08Z
I certify that the above is a true account of all the money that has come into my hands during the month of August on account, as above. The balance due the above account ($1,025,486.08) is on deposit as follows: With the North American Trust Company, Santiago ...................................................................$1,025,486.08
E. F. LADD,
Treasurer of the Island of Cuba.




Abstract of funds received by the treasurer of the island of Cuba during the month of August, 1899.
Receipt. Certificate of deposit.Ineal MiclFrom whom received. Customs rc- Postal re- revnere- nos Ttl
No. Date. INo. D ate. Place. ceipts. ceipts. receipts.
109 Aug. 2 1086 July 31 Habana........... Lieut. F. A. Wilcox................................................ .......$0.2.0.2
110 1 2 1087 31_.-do...........--Col. T. H. Bliss.....................................----$27. 335. 15 ------......................7 3.1
111 218 31 (0.....Maj.JY.F. Stretch............................................----.....................1735 0735
112 2 1089 31-_do........... Capt. C. J. Stevens.......................................... ..............--------o........ 36.5430.5.
113 2 1090 31 .-.do...... ..E. G1. iRatbone...................................-------------------$3, 000. 00.............3 000.-00
114 4 3096 Aug. 1.do.... .......------ icardo Martinez......................................... ............. $61 4...............671.40
115 4 1095 1!..do........... Capt. W. P. Evans.................................. .............. ............ ..........2,3.0.,390.
116 4104Jl 31!.-do.....---...Col. T. H. Bliss ....................................... 64, 312. 30 ............. .. ................4 1.3
117 4 1087 Aug. 2 .-.do.----- ..... do.................................................. 24,885.74 ............ ...................4857
118 4 1098 2 .-do ...........I1licardo Martinez.....................................................1.1050. 70........1 050i7
119 4 1099 3.d.....-------.ICol. T. HI. Bliss......................................--- 24, 439. 48 ............ ...................4 3.4
120 4 1100 3.-do...........--Iicardo Martinez-----------------------o....... ...............................29.8 292.87
121 51101 4.do........Justin A. Pedraza .........................................1,850.00........1800
122 5 1102 4.-do........... Col. T. H. Bliss .......................5559....................................45,545.98 ----123 5 1103 4.-do ........... Maj. WN. HI. Miller.......................................8 55.0 18,---------_--- 555.----_ 00I
124 5 1104 4 .-.do ............iRicardo Martinez ................................... ...............24.80..........2.8
125 9 22 July 27 Santiago.......... Capt. T. F. Davis ...................................... 1, 862.97 ....... .....................1829
126 9 23 28.- do.......... ..... do ............................................... 2,890.19 ............ ...................2801
127 9 24 29.d....do ...d........ ... .....do ......................2493..................................... 2,469.399 ------------128 9 25 31._do ........... ..... do............................................... 21374.62 ............ ..................2346
129 9 26 Aug. 1.dAo........... ..... do....................... o........................ 2,487.70 ............ ...................2477
130 9 27 2 .-.do....... ......1..... ........................................------ 1,322.08 ............ ...................1320
1311 9911055 55Habanaa........ Co...TCo H. lissH..Bl .......................------..59,-487.-79--------..59.487.79.------------..59,-487.-79132 9 1106 6 i.-.do ...... Ricardo Martinez................................................829 1................ ----829. 11
133 9 1107 7 K1.o11 Cp...a.....-o................ .H.Hy................3424........................., 4 41...........34244 H ----134 9 1108 7._.do........... Col. T. H.Bliss........................................ 34,795.90------o.....................14759
135 9 1109 7 .-do ...........Ricardo Martinez.........................................1,---284.--38................1,-----284.1238.3
136 11 1110 8 .-.-do........... Lieut. H. W. Stamford.................................................3, 120.----- 87 3, 120.--- 87-----137 11 1111 8 ...do........... Col, T. H. Bliss ....................................... 21,226.34 ......... .....................1263
1388 11111122 88 do......do... A......su.aA...............................-.o.----------------------.-.--.-.-----5,-047. 89-5--047.-8
139 11 1113 8._.do...........Iicardo Martinez ............... ............... .................13,402. 26.......13426
140 12 1114 9 .d..... .....----Col. T. H. Bliss....................................... 39 419. 38............... ...........3,1.3
141 12 1115 9 .-do........... Ricardo Martinez.................................... ...' .. ............. 1, 06.5..............1 064.554(
142 121 1116 9 ...do ...........i Rafael Montalvo ..................................... ....... ...... ............ .......... 4.184.1
143 12 1117 10. -.do........... Col. T. H. Bliss ....................................... 32, 386. 08 ............32 386.08....
144 12 1118 10_.-do...........iRicardo Martinez................................................797 92..................---797. 92 ~
145 12 1119 10 .-.do........... E. G. ltathbone .........................................0--------------9,7000. 00...................900.0
146 12 1120 11 .do........... Col. T. H. Bliss ....................................... 48, 013. 35 ............ ...................8 1.3
147 12 1121 11 .-.do........... Ricardo Martinez......................................... ............. 1, 08.2..............1 083.25
148 12 1122 11 _-. do .. Major W. H. Miller.................................. ............... .....3, 486.--- 27- 3,-486.-2
149 16 1123 12 ...do........... Col. T. H. Bliss........................... ........ 56, 140. 52...................6 140.---- 52-150 16 1124 12.do..........Ricardo Martinez............. ........-.............................1,532. 10........153.0
1511 16 1127 14 .do........... Manuel S. Trelles........................................... ... ....... 10 0756.............10, 047. 56




Abstractof fund8 received by the trea8u'rer of the island of Cuba during the month of August, 1899-Continued.
Receipt. Cerifiat of___ deposit. __Fo wo ecie. utmsr- Potlr Intern al- Iscla
revenue re- neoual Total
No. Date. No. Date. Place. .cit. eps. ceipts. rIps
152 Aug. 16 1128 Aug. 14 Habana........... Justin A. Pedraza.......................................... ............. $1 1.00............. $1, 131.00
153 16 1129 15 ... do........... ColT. H.Bliss...--.................................--- $39,505.29................. ............395.2 ..
154 16 1125 14 ... do ........... ..... do............................................... 23, 565. 11................. ............235.1 ..
155 16 1126 14 ... do ...........I Ricardo Martinez.......................................... .............211 6. .............. 211. 65 -.
156 16 30 3 Santiago.......... Capt. T. F. Davis............ 82. 38............ ............ .........8.3
157 16 31 3 .-do ........... ..... do ............................................... 4,133.47 ............ ............ ........4134
158 16 32 4 d..... .......... o....... ......................................4 984............-19.9 ............ .............4084 ..
159 16 33 5 ..do........... Emilio Bacardi........................................... ..........1127... .............1,142.76
160 16 34 5 ... do..... Capt. T. F. Davis...................................... 1,629.92 ............ ............ ........1699
161 16 35 7 o..... .........d... ..... ...................................... 1,268............13680 ............ .............132.8
162 16 36 8 .do ........... ..... do ............................................... 4,562.44 ............ ............. .......4524
163 16 37 9 d..... .......... o....... ....................................... 2,439...........233.8 ............ .............23.9 ..
164 18 1130 15 Habana...........IRicardo Martinez.......................................................872 2. .............. 872.24
165 18 1131 16 do........... Capt. W. Y. Stamper.................................. 36, 792. 09 .........................6 792.09
166 18 1132 16 ... do............ CoL.T. H. Bliss ....................................... 35, 444. 13................. ............ ..5 444.1
167 18 1133 16 ... do........... Ricardo Martinez......................................... .............. 2 390..............2 369.90
168 18 1134 16 ... do ........... Capt. W. Y. Stamper ................................. 101, 056. 58 101,056.58....... .
169 18 1135 16 .do........... Lieut. M. B. Stokes.................................... 30, 463. 48 ............ ............ ... ....3,4.8
1,70 18 1136 16 ... do........... Capt. Elias Chandler ................................... 5,194. 22 ............ ............ ... ....5,142
171 18 1137 17 d.... ......Col. T.H. Bliss ....................................... 51,227.92................. ........ ....51279 ..
172 18 1138 17 ... do...........iRicardo Martinez............................................. ........556 5..... ............ 556. 56,
173 18 1139 17... do........... Capt. J. F. iR. Landis ................................... 60,7139. 30................. ............ ..0 13..0.
174 19, 1140 18 .do ............ Justin A. Pedraza ............ ...................... .............. .... 41000.00
175 19 1141 18._. do........... Col. T.H. Bliss ....................................... 38,1898.68................. ..............400.0
176 19 1142 18 ... do ............ Ricardo Martinez........................................ ..,.. ......... ,36.1................1 364.13
177 21 1143 19.-.do........... Col. T. H.Bliss ....................................... 39,074.57 ............ ...................9045 I1781 21 1144 19 ... do............iRicardo Martinez......................................... .............. 5 514----- 93 5,514.93
179 21 38 10 Santiago ......... Capt. T. F. Davis ......................7,932..............773.4............ ...........7,9.2.
180 21 139 11...do ............ ....do.................................. 1,780.89 I 1708
181 21~ 40 12 d.... ........do............ .....do............................ 4,384.32............... ............ I 4,843
182 21 41 14 d.........do..................do............................ 6,645.70i .........I ...........6,457
183 21 43 15 _. do............ Lieut,. J. W. Smithi ................... ............ 17,800 17,810.00
184 21 4 5 d........Liet.H. Shum........................7,72:9 ......... 7,672.59..
185 21 45 15 ._do ............ eiH.C .umann.....................................6,760 6,546
186 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 7 21 415 d..... CptTF ai...................2531 ........ .....................2134
187 21 48 16 o..........do .............. .Scuan ............... .........2865.........................6,5:0............2,0.5.
188 21 49 16. o...... .........d... ... v........................................ 21,849 ................ .........1049
189 21 50 16 ..... do............d... ..... ........................................ 940...........286.9 ............ ..............94.9
190 22 145 16 Haan.-d ClT.HBis.............. .....do..............2,850.....................I..............20 875..9 01.
191 22 1146 21 ... do ............ Ricardo Martinez 837....46................................837.... 8464
192 22 1147 21 ..do........... Lieut. F. 0. Vincent...............................t------------......... .......... .. 3.8 5.8
193 23 29 July 18 Santiago ......... Capt. T. F. Davis...................................... 5,1321.76 5,321.76.........
194 24 1148 Aug. 22 Habana........... Col. T. H. Bliss ....................................... 28, 647. 12 28..... 647.....12




1950 24 1149 22 ..... do-----------..Maj. C. A. Williams ................................... 21,910.05 ------------------------1900
197 24 1151 21-I..do-----------..Maj. Jas. IL. Wilson---------------------------------------------------------------73..15.743..1
198 24 1152 22-do-----------..Lieut. Col. H. ID. Money 5.50............... 5.50..........
1991 24 1153 22 -do ...do-----------Tustin A. Pedraza----------------------------------------------------------300...00.100. 00
201 24 1155 22-.. do-----------..Lieut. John Conklin----------------------------------.. 2. 442. 61-------------------2 4.6
202 24 1156 23- _do ....... -- Col. T. Ht. Bliss-------------------------------------- 52, 428. 18-------------------2 2.1
203 24 1157 23-i.. do-----------..Ricardo Martinez--------------------------------------------------------869. 77---------8977 c
204 25 1158 24 1-do-----------..Col. T. H. Bliss------------------------------- 53, 827.92---------.... .......----.3 82..2
205 25 1159 24-(10.-do---------..Ricardlo Martinez--------------------------------..... ;----------------- 18102
206 28 51 17 Santiago---------.Capt. T. F. Davis-------------------------------------.. 1 5,012.83-----5 02 8102
207 28 52 a 18 d--------o------------ ----------------,645.30---------......... -- 5653
209 28 54 1- o-----------o--------------------------------4,7722------------------210 28 55 22 -do-----------..Capt. E. Ellis ............................ -i 459. 01 ------- 4,877.22--2111 288 5 22-do2 ----....-ado ............---C-p--.-T.----------........1,98.10...........----------------------1498.10 ....... .......
2122 288 5 23-do-- -----------do....---do--..............................,731.13.............-------------------2,731.1
213 2 1160 25 Habana-----Tisn A..... .eda.--------------------------------------11, 725. 00------ i 2.0
2144 28811611 25-do-----------Col.---- H.CBliss-------------------------------------34,.217.1------------------------------------34,.217.1
215 28 1162 24-..do-----------I.iicardo Martinez--------------------------------------------------------196.19---------.196.6.99
217 28 1164 26-d-------. G1. liatlbone------------------------------- ..---..... $6, 000.o 00------------------..00..0.
218 1 28 1165 26 (10---------Col. T. El. Bliss--------------------------------------.... 40,9941. 34------ - -0 4.3
219 28 1166 26-...do ...........Ricardo Martinez-----------------------------------------------------........ 593. 33 ..- -59.3
2210 3 116116 28 do.8... ol..i TcarHoMartnezs --.......................---------------------,06883.4,68.8
69 Cpt..F..Ladis-------------------------1,85.711-- -----------222 30 16 28 do....... Sat. .Re......is................................... 1,5.71...............64.------------1,.58.7
223 1 30 110do 6,647.45rle .. .......... .. .. .... .. .. 6674
224 30 1171 28-%_do.......... Capt. Elmas Chandler.... ................................ 6. 27 ............ ......................2
Total-- - - ........ 1,.............. 391, 405. 71 18, 000. 00 98, 215. 76 5034.7 1,5,90.2
I certify that the foregoing abstract is correct.
SEPTEMBEMR 6, 1899. Trea8urer of tI lndoCu.




Abstract of accountable warrants paid by the treasurer of the island of Cuba during the month of August, 1899.
Accountable Check.
warrant. Tow. Customs re- Postal re. internal.
ceipts ceipts, revenue re- Total.
No. Date. No. Date. __ceipts.
64 July 27 63 Aug. 2 Capt. Lucien Young ........................................ Habana ..................... $2,270.42.........................$2,270.42
65 28 64 2 Capt. Abner Pickering .................................... Trinidad .................... 407. 52 ...........407.52
66 28 65 2 Lieut. F. E. Bamford ...................................... Ciego de Avila .............. 100.00 ......................... 100.00
69 29 66 2 Ricardo Martinez ........................................ Habana ........ 2.. .......... ..............26 97, 822.26
70 29 67 2 1.....do -------------------------------------------------------- do ............ ..............
70 29 6 2 do................... ..... do..... ................. .............. [............ 33,860.24 33,860.24
71 29 68 2 D. H. Schumann ............................................ Guantanamo ................ 1, 396. 27 ........................ 1, 396.27
73 29 69 2 Lieut. Sedgwick Rice .........-.......................... Sta. Maria del Rosario ...... 1,413.00 ..........................1,413.00
74 29 70 2 G. W Hlyatt ............................................... Guanabacoa ................ 3,989.20 --------- -20
68 29 71 2 Lieut. L. S. Upton ......................................... Tunas de Zaza .............. 492.00 -----------72 29 72 2 D. H. Schumann .......................................... Guantanamo ................ 1,733.27 ..........................1,733.27
67 29 73 2 Capt. C. J. Symmo.nds --................................ Puerto Principe ............ 27, 431. 20 ..........................27,431. 20
75 29 74 Capt. John H. Gardner .................................... Placetas .................... 3, 373.50 ..........................3, 373.50
81 Aug. 1 75 3 B. F. Davis ................................................ Habana ..................... 300. 00 ...........................300.00
76 July 31 76 4 Maj. S. D. Sturgis ....................................................4 395. 00.................4, 395.00
77 31 77 4 Lieut. F. A. Wilcox ............ ..........Guanajay ................... 17,185. 78
78 31 78 4 Lieut. H. M. Powell ........................................ Pinar del Rio ............ 12, 343.00........................ 12,343. 00
79 31 79 4 Maj. S. ). Sturgis .........................................Q-uemados ................... 7,915.20 -----------80 Aug. 1 80 4 B. F. Dais. .......................................... an .....................-3,-105. 33............ .............., 15-. 3
83 1 81 5 Lieut. Col. C. F. Humphrey ....................................25, 000.00........................ 25,000. 00
84 1 82 5 Maj. G. S Cartwright ...................................... Matanzas ................... 9,351.0000
85 1 83 5 Maj. W. M. Black ----------..................... Habana ..................... 10, 000.00..........................10, 000.00
82 1 84 5 Maj. J. T. French,jr ............................................ do ...................... 976.84 ......................... 976. 84
86 2 85 7 Lieut. F. E. Bamford ................................Ciego de Avila.............. 1,250.00..........................,250.00
87 2 86 7 Maj. J. F. Stretch ..........................................H abana ..................... 58, 202.49 ..........................58, 202. 49
88 4 87 7 P. B. Anderson .......................................... Caibarien ................... 1,298.81..........................1,208.81
89 4 88 7 Lieut. M. B. Stokes ....................................... Cardenas ................... 1,934.06 .........................1,934.06
90 4 89 7 Lieut. P. D. Lockridge ..................................... Santa Clara ................. 441.'30 ---------91 4 90 7 Lieut. P. D. Lockridge ................................... Santa Clara ................. 230.22 ......................... 10, 230.22
92 4 .91 7 Capt. F. G. Irwin ...................................Manzanilto ................. 1,273.00 -- -,-273.00
93 4 92 7 B. F. Davis ............................................... Habana ............... 71.00 ......................... 71.00
94 4 93 10 do ................................................ o..................... 1, 000.00........................ 12, 000. 00
95 4 94 10 Capt. T. F. Davis ...................................Santiago ................... 5, 956.30 ............5,956.30
96 7 95 11 Maj. W. H. Miller..................................... Matanzas ...4 ......................... 4
97 7 96 11 .... do-...... ......................................... do ..................... 1,732.65 ............,7.
987 9 1 .- o . .. . . .. . .. . .. . . ... .. .. d o .. . .. . .. . 38 ..... .... .... ........
98 7 97 11..do ..................................................... do....................... 1,380.36.......................... 1, 380.36
99 7 98 11 .... do ......... ................................. do ................ ,494.00 ........................ 2,494.0
100 7 99 12 Capt. WV. Y. Stamper ...................................... Cienfuegos ...................2, 067.50......................... 2, 067.50
101 7 100 12 Ramon M. Canas .......................................... Batabano ................... 138.50 ......................... 138.50
102 7 101 12 Lieut. J. W. Smith ................. ............... ....... .,55.0 ..............1,535. ............ 1,535.00
103 7 102 12 Capt. F. G. Irwin ......................................... Manzanillo ................ 330. 1818
104 8 103 12 B. F. Davis ................................................. Habana ..........2.......... 25,806.26
105 8 104 12 .....do ............................................ .....do......................13786.99........... 13,786.99




107 8 106 12 Maj. W1. H. Miller----------------------------------.....Matanzas-------------------- 1,200.00 ... ---------1,000
108 8 107 12 Capt. John Biddle------------------------------------..... ....do-------------.......... 6,000.00-------------------000.0
101 8 108 1j Liept. . Porwell------------------------------ Pia c i----------------5d ........... 1,42000..00 ------------ ------500.0
110 8 108 12 Caput. G. S. C Wrlchit......... ..........................adenas--------------------11,76422..----------------1.22.5
110 8 110 12 Lieut. W. F. Pwelh---------------------------------C..Piarels--------------------1,7660.006---------------------1766
112 8 ill 121 Capt. Abner Pickering------------------------------....Trinidad---------------------- 1,14. 00---------------------114.0
113 8 112 12t Walter F. Smith------------------------------------.....Habana--------------------. i179,667.0017,6.0
114 8 113 121 Capt. John 11. Gardner------------------------------... Placetas--------------------- 1 1, 525. 60------------1111 1 1,52.-0115 8 11.4 12 Lient. L. W. Oliver ..................... Caibarien ........1..12. 00---------- 1, 812. 00 .......
116 9 115 16 Capt. W. M. Wright---------------------------------....Sagua la Grande--------------1,)064. 82-i-------------------1 6.8
117 11 116 16 Capt. AV. 11. (hatfield-------------------------------..... aracoa--------------------- 2,3186.00-------------------238.0
118 11 117 16 Lieut. A. E. Kennington-----------------------------...Mayan----------------------- 2,280.00--------------------,28.0
119 11 118 16 Lieut. Lawrence D. Cabell----------------------------.... Gantanamo.-----------------8,816.00- ------------8360
120 11 119 16 Lieut. MT. S. Jarvis----------------------------------.....SanD Luis--------------------- 5, 001. 00- ------------5 003.....)0
121 11 120 16 Lieut. A. ('. Paxton-------..-----------------1lgi---------- -850.0-------------,0.0
122 11 121 16 Lieut. J. G. Ilarbord...................................- Manzanillo------------------ 12,853.40-i-------------------2834
1233 111 1222 6 LienL.eJu..Robs. Chrch---------------------------Sntiago------------------08,i942 24-----------------------68, 42.,242.24
126 15 123 16 iaj. T1. E. -lrue-----------------------------------..... Waghington, D. C------------1800-------------1,800.00 .......
124 12 124 17 B. F. Davis ........................................... Habana-----------9 5000.......................9 500. 00 ....... .
125 12 125 17 Maj. A. H. Miller---- ------------. Maars-----------------'~90---------------------------- Mtna .........299.00 ....... .
127 16 126 18 F. P. Ferris...-.-........................--------------.Habana--------------..... 15,000. 00-------------------15 00.0
128 16 127 18 Lieut. L. S. Upton----------------------------------.....funas dle Zaza-----------------297.-00--------------------97.0
129 16 128 18 B. F. Davis.................................Hhn.....................30 000.n 00...................... 30, 000.00
130 16 129 18 Maj. J. T. French, jr... .. .................. ..... do .......................1,135.23....................1152
131 16 130 18 Capt. Walter B. Barker................................ Cienfuegos..........214 2. ..................... 2, 144. 23
136 18 131 19 Ricardo Martinez............................H aa.......... ............Ha na....................2,000 2,000.00-- -----132 17 132 21 Lient. John Conklin ................................... Trinidad..................... 537. 66.....................3.6
133 17 133 21 Capt. F. G. Irwin .....................................SlManzanillo.................. 1,253.............1295.30 --------134 17 134 21 .-- do ................................................Santa Crunz del Sur 1000. ............110.0...........10).0
15 17 115 21 Capt. Elias Chandler ........................Sagua la Grande ..............1,98 35........... .......193.5 Z
137 21 136 25 Lieut. M. B. Stokes .....................................Cardenas................. 2 2236.'99............. ......226.9
138 21 137 25 Capt. F. G. Irwin ...................................... Santa Cruz del Sur------------ 116. 36 .....................1.3
139 23 138 25 Lient. Commander Lucien Young......................---Habana.....................-- 13,79.4.............1,792.46 ------140 23 139 25 Lieut. Sedgwick Rice ........... ..... .........d.......................1,68 00..........................1 168. 00 ------141 23 140 25 Mayor G. W. Hyatt ...................................Guanahacoa..................3, 907. 41 ............. ......390.4
48 July 221 141 25 Capt. E. A. Ellis....................................... Guantanamo .. 1,867 ...............148.7........1,8.6.J
142 Aug. 2 4 142 28 Capt. W. Y. Stamper ............................... ... Cienfuegos...........10 0. ...................... 140. 00----143 24 1431 29 Capt. J. F. R. Landis ................................... Caiharien.................... 1, 473.96............. ......147.9
144 24 144 29 Lieut. F. E. Bamford .................................. Ciego dc Avila............... 1,762.00 ...................1720
145 24 145 29 F. P. Ferris..................................Hbn.....................12 500.0......................... 12, 500.00
146 25 146 29 Lient. A. G. Paxton ...................................I Holguin. .........10 82.0.......................10,822.00
147 25 147 29 E. G. Rathbone................................... abn..........Hana .................... $48 8000..............48, 880. 00
148 2 5 148 29 Capt. Lucien Young............................d.................. 2, 610..d 7........................2 610. 79----149 25 1 149 29 Rear-Admiral B. J. Cromwell .......................... .....do....................... 1, 000. 00 ............. ......100.0
150 25 150 29 Lieut. W. M. Talbott........---........................ o......................1 16, 767.3 0....................6 6.3
151 26 151 30 Lieut. P. 1). Lockridge................................. Santa Clara. ........6 188.------ 8. ............6,188. 88----152 26 152 30 Capt. F. P. Fremont ........................... I......... Sancti Spiritus................5,115.00. ............5 115.----00
153 26 153 30 Capt. M. R. Peterson................................... Matanzas. .........5 20.0................... ...5 200. 00--154 261 1541 30 Maj. G. 5. Cartwright...................................-_.-do....................... 8, 307. 00 ............ ... .....830.0
155 261 155 30 Maj. J. T. French...................................... Habana.................. 12,7250. 00 ............. ......1,2000 1
156 26 156 30 Lieut. Col. C. F. Humphrey................................ do ...................... 44,$675. 08 ....................4 7.0




Ab8tract of accountable warrants paid by the treasurer of the island of Cuba during the month of August, 1899--.Continued.
Accountable Check
warrant. To whom paid. Place. Customs re- Postal re- Internalceipts. ceipts. revenue re- Total.
No. Date. No. Date. ipts
157 Aug. 26 157 Aug. 30 Maj. W. H. Miller ......................................... Matanzas ................... $45, 130. 73 ............$5,130.73
158 26 158 30 Capt. W. M. Wright ....................................... Sagua la Grande ............ 3,155.00 ............1, .
159 26 159 30 Maj. T. French ........................................ Habana ...................... 1,840.88 8. .
160 26 160 30 Capt. Abner Pickering ................................... Trinidad ................... 2,212.00
161 26 161 30 Lieut. L. W. Oliver...................................... Caibarien ................... 2, 760. 00 ............ ............. 2, 760. 00
162 26 162 30 Capt. H. W. Chatfield .................................... Baracoa .................... 5, 625. 82 .........................5, 625. 82
163 26 163 30 Ricardo Martinez ......................................... Habana .............................................$100.00 100.00
164 26 164 30 .....do ................................................................................ ............103, 626. 23 103, 626. 23
165 26 165 30 Americo Silva ............................................ Puerto Principe .................................... 6, 449. 69 6, 449. 69
166 26 166 30 Manuel M. Repiso ..................................Pinar del Rio ...................................... 13, 665.91 13, 665. 91
167 26 167 30 Manuel S. Trelles ........................................ Matanzas ...........................................12,066. 71 12, 066.71
168 26 168 30 Justin A. Pedraza ........................................ Santa Clara .........................................12, 819.13
169 26 169 30 Ricardo Martinez ......................................... Habana ............................................32, 990.06 32, 990.06
170 26 170 30 Capt. T. F. Davis .......................................... Santiago ................... 3,741.75 ..............3,74 .75
171 26 171 30 Capt. C. A. Williams ...................................... Neuvitas ................... 1 674. 67 ............1,674.67
172 26 172 30 Capt. John H. Gardner ................................... Placetas .................... .4 279.75 .........................4, 279.75
173 26 173 30 Lieut. W. E. Welsh ...................................... Cardenas................... 3, 720. 23 ..........................3, 720.23
174 28 174 30 Maj. J. F. Stretch ........................................ Habana ..................... 696. 64 ...........................696.64
176 28 175 30 .....do ................................................ do ......................5 56,677.25
177 28 176 30 ..... do ..................................................... I.... ......421651....... .4,216. 51
178 28 177 30 Lieut. Sedgwick Rice ...................................(......................1 1,168.00 1.168..00
181 28 178 31 Lieut. L. D. Cabell ....................................... Guantanamo ............... 7, 304.30 ............
182 28 179 31 Walter F. Smith .......................................... Habana .................... 131, 870.27
183 28 180 31 Lieut. H. C. Schumm ..................................... Baracoa ......................773.00 ..........773.00
186 28 181 31 Lieut. H. M. Powell ....................................... Pinar del Rio ............... 6 636. 04 ............. .6, 636.04
187 28 182 31 Lieut. M. S. Jarvis ....................................... San Luis ................... 5,731.000
189 28 183 31 Maj.'Jas. L. Wilson ....................................... Quemados .................. 9,15.1.14 ............
190 28 184 31 Lieut. F. A. Wilcox ...................................... Guanajay ................... 3 18,378.00 .......
188 28 185 31 Lieut. A. E. Saxton ....................................... Santiago ............. 72,421 00 72, 421.00
Total ................................... ............................. 273, 866.05 $48,880.00 315 400.23 1,638,146.28
I certify that the foregoing abstract is correct.
.....E. F. LADD,
Treasurer of the island of Cuba.
SEPTEMBER 6, 1899.




[Corrections in balance for July, 1899.1
The United States Military Government of Cuba, in account with Maj. E. F. Ladd, Treasurer of the Island of Cuba, at Habana, Cuba, during the mouth of July, 1899.
CR. ceipts. rei Internal-rev- Miscellaneous Total.
Cus. en ie receipts, receipts.
By balance on hand per account rendered for July, 1899 ..................................$937,207.57 $16, 000.00 $87, 745.56 $64, 708.97 $1, 105, 662.10
Deposits of $11,411.25, covered by receipts Nos. 24, 55, and 71, deposited as internal-revenue
receipts, should have been miscellaneous receipts .............................................................. -11,411.25 11,411.25..............
Balance as carried to new account ................................................ 937, 207.57 16, 000.00 76, 334.31 7 120.22 1,105, 662, 10
I certify that the above is a true account of all the money that has come into my hands during the month of July, on account as above. The balance due the above account $1,105,662.10) is on deposit as follows: With the North American Trust CompanyH abana ............................................................................................................... . 1 0 ,1 8 1
Santiago ...........................................................................................................5,483.96
Total------------------------------------------------1, 105, 662.10
To a ...... ......... .... . ..... ......................... -..... ................................................
E. F. LADD,
Treasurer of the Island of Cuba. z
Ci




RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS, SEPTEMBER, 1899.
The United State8 military government of Cuba in account with Maj. E. 1F. Ladd, U. S. V., trea8urcr of the island of uba, at Hab( ,Cba ui
the month of September, 1899.
Custom re- osarcpt.Internal reve- Miscellanos Ttl
ceps otlrceipts. nue receipts. receipts
CR.
By balance on hand as per account rendered for August----------------------------------... $729,747.23 $10, 120. 00 $159, 149. 84 $120',46.0 $102,8.8
By cash received as per abstract-----------------------------------------------------......1,348,7205. 53 16, 000. 00 78, 913. 70 46,17.0 1,4956.1
DR.
To payments as per Abstract 'A.......................................................... 557, 128. 45 57, 067. 20 313, 162. 69 ..............9735.4
Balance.......................................................................... 1,520, 824. 31 30,14.2 75 7.1 12 4.0 ,57 4.0
BALANCE AS RESULT OF ABSTRACT C TRANSFER WARRANTS.
Balance as above....................................................................... $1, 520,824.31 -$30,947.20 $75, 079.15 $172,14.9 $, 8,640
Abstract C ............................................................................ -200, 000. 00 100, 000. 00 100, 000. 00 --------------------Balance as carried to new account.................................................. 1, 320, 824. 31 69, 052. 80 24, 920. 85 172,)4.0 ,57 4.0
I certify that the above is a true account of all the money that has come into my hands during the month of Septembroiccutai above. The balance due the above account ($1, 587, 644. 05) -is on deposit as follows: With the North American Trust CompanyHabana.....................................................................................................$11,24.7
Santiago ..................................................................................................... 76.013
Total ..................................................................................................... 1,8,440.
ALEJANDRO RDIUZ
Assistant Treasurer of theJlni o ua




Abstract of fund received by the trea8urer of the i8lafld of Cuba during the month of September, 1899.
Receipt. Certificate of deposit. Csosr-Psa e nenl
____ -From whomi received, I revenue ro- nos Ttl
No. Date. No. Date. Place. ceipts. cet. reit.
225 4 1175 Aug. 30 Habana -------------- Col. T. H. Bliss....................................... $39, 469. 86------------------$9 469..... 86
2266 44 11766 30- do...............Ricardo.Martineo--------------------------------------------------------$1,.016..85................1,7016.88
227 4 1177 31-...do ...............Lieut. W. M. Talbott--------------------------------------------------$3,657.76.,.65..7
228 4 1179 31 ... do---------------... icardo Martinez----------------------------------------------------------328....53 328. 53
229 44 11180 331 . do-do -------- -o-..... do.... -do -........... .............. ..............o-........-.... .........--148--45-148.458.4
230 4 1181 31 (10do--------------- Manuel M. -tepiso-----------------------------------------------5 10.9---------------, 100.95
231 4 1182 31 -do--------------- Col. T. H. Bliss--------------------8 751.... 98--------------------------------38,.51..98.
232 4 58 24 Santiago-------------..Capt. T. F. Davis-------------------------------------... 3, 713. 58-------------------------------3.713.58.
2331 4 59 25-..do------------------...do-----------------.. I-----------------------* 2,970.*54 --- 0---- -------------------2975
234 4 60 26-.. do-----..---....------.do----------------------------------------------.... 6,648-------------------6624.81 ....... ......
235 4 61 24 i. ..do---------------..Capt. W.H. Chatfield----------------------------------..... -----------------13 1.34.... .......
236 4 62 28 1.-do-----..---------.Capt. T. F. Davis -------------------------------------- 3, 263. 55---------- o--------------3 26.5"
237 4 63 29- ..do------------------...do----------------------------------------------... 3,252.33 ------------ ------------ -------32.3
238 4 64 30 1-do-..-..---...-.------.do ------------------------------5866------------------------------------- 5,856.63 ......
239 4 1172 29 Habana-------------..Col. T. HI. Bliss --- ------------------3184.2------------------------------------ 31, 841.23
240 4 1173 29-_do---------------...Ricardo Martinez-----------------------------------------------------..-----368. 69-----------6.6
241 4 1174 29--do---------------..Lieut L. S. Upton--------------------------------------.. 191. 02------------------------------191.02.
242 618 31 d---------------Col. T.H. BlIs&........................................ 42,9.30-----------------------------42,05.3
243 6 1184 Sept. 1 o...--------------ColEd.Moale------------------------------------------------ -------------- -----3.636
244 6 1185 2 -_do--------------- Col. T. H. Bliss --------------------------------------- 41, 264. 55 ------------ --------------4126.5
245 61186 2 ..do ...............Ricardo Martinez---------------------------------------------------------3, 822. 55........382.5
246 6 1187 4-...do --------------- Col. T. H. Bliss -----------------------9 0.1------------------------------------ 29, 009. 14 .....
247 6 1188 4-_do---------------- J.A.Pedraza ....................................... ----------------465.8---------------465.18Z
248 6 1189 4-...do............... Ricardo Martinez--....i------------------------------ --------------------------- 401. 52----------0.5
249 6 1190 4 do...do ................H.MMillerH. -Miller-........................................-..............-....33.24-33.24
250 6 1191 4-..do...............Emilio Luaces............................................... .........1,18.2..............1,158.2 H
2511 6611929 44-.....do.do--------------Lieut.uF. E. Bamford---------------------------------------------------------------1,.000..00.1,.000..0
252 6 1193 5..do ... o............ Col. T. H. Bliss ....................................... 33,7758. 69 ............ ............ ......3,75.6
253 6 1194 5...do............... Ricardo Martinez.................................... .. ....................... 822 5---------822.52 f
254 8 1195 6 ...do.........Cp.SmeRee..........................Cat Samuel.... Ree............----------------------------1 00......00
255 8 1196 6.-.do............... Col. T. H. Bliss ....................................... 40,7908. 52----------------------------40,.08.52.
256 8 1197 6-...do............... Ricardo Martinez.................................... ......................... 525 6---------525.69Z
258 8 1198 6 ...do...............CMajp. . Hay ....................................... 468.5............. ............ ...........46145.
259 8 1200 7-...do--------Cl T.H.Bls............ o. .i. is ............................. 31073..............377.6.......... ............31073.
260 8 1201 7 ..-do............... Ramon M. Cafias....................................... 137. 89 ............ ............ .......13.8
261 9 1203 Aug. 16-...do................ Capt. Jno. H. Gardner............................................. ...... .....1.2 1.20-262 11 1202 Sept. 7..do............... Ricardo Martinez............................................. .....130. 135.6........130.6
263 11 1204 8 .-do............... Col. T. H. Bliss--------------------------------------... 25, 643. 99.............----------5 63.9
265 11 1206 8-...do ...............E. G. Rathbone-----------------------------------------------......$10, 000. 00.....................0 0.0
267 11 66 Aug 31Sntiago.............. Capt. T. F. Davis..............................-,83.0.............i383.1 ............ ............3,82.0
26 1 6 Sept. 1 ....do................ Emilio Bacardi...............................................................13. 21 ---------,138.21
268 11 67 1 1...do................ Capt. T.F. Davis ...................................... 1,373.69 ........ ............ .........,7.9 ..




A bstract of funds received by the treasurer of the island of Cuba during the month of September, 1899-Continue. i
Receipt. Certificate of deposit.
________ ____ __________________________Customs re- Postal re-Ineal Micla
Fromn whom received, eps eps revenue re- eu Ttl
No.! Date. No. Date. Place. ceipts.ceps cit. rcit.
269 11 69 Sept. 4 Santiago-------------..Capt. T. F. Davis---------------------148 66....................................$1,458. 66.............
270 11 70 4................do......... .....do ..............................1,627....................I 62 8........... ,627
271 11 71 5 do-- .......do............... .....do..........................1,573........................137.0............ 1,5.0.
272 11 72 5...do...............do .......*................... 711.50........................715
273 11 73 6 1. do.......*....... ..... do ............................................... 2,695.36 2,695.36 ........
274 11 74 6 _...do............... Lieut. A. E.Saxton....................................................... ..........$8080.
275 13 1207 9 Habana.............. Col. T. H. Bliss........................................ 30,7398. 41 ............ ...............3,9841 j
276 13 1208 9;. do............... J. A. Pedraza............................................. ............. $2 54.0..............2 $2540.0022
277 13 1209 9 ...do............... Ricardo Martinez.......................................... .............791 3............... 791.30
278 13 1210 11....... ........ Col. T. H. Bliss....................................... 26, 857. 34 .........................6 5.3
279 13 1211 11.-do............... Ricardo Martinez............................................ .......77.9...... ............ 770.96
280 13 12131 12.d...........do.......................do.........................................183.6.... ............1,830.69
281 14 212 12. o............ T. H. Bliss .......................................2 639. 65 ............ ...................8 3.6
282 14 1214 13 ..do............... J.A.Pedraza...............................................25.6........... ....... 250.68
283 14 1216 13 1...do............... Ricardo Martinez...............................................2, 6526.............. 2, 665.2
284 15 1215 13 ..do............... Col. T.H. Bliss ....................................... 31,652.27 31,652.27.. .......
285~ 15 1217 14.-do............... Capt. F. G. Irwin............................ ......... 26,7031. 32 ............ .................2603.2
2861 15 i1218 14.do ................ Col. T. H.Bliss ....................................... 31,248.69 ............ ...................1286
287 15 1219 14 ...do............... 1;Ricardo Martinez.............................................. ...........59.2 593.29
288 i 16 1220 15 ... do ....... ........ Capt. E.B. Ives .96................... .96.. .. .............
289 16 1221 15 .-do............... Col. T. H. Bliss..................................-- 37,210.72 .............................3,20.2290 16 1222 15 .do............... Ricardo Martinez........................................ ..... ........ ...80...80. 8
291 16 1223 15 do- ........do...................... .....do................. ....................65.9..... ............. 651.91
292 16 1224 15 .do...............IRamon M. Calias ........................................ 18. 67' ........................1.6
293 19 75 71 Santiago........... Capt. T. F. Davis.................................... 2 176 0..... .............................2,-76.-03294 19 76 8 _.-do.............. do ...................................w........... 1,425.65 ............ ...................1456
295 19 77 9.(10................. ..........................................4446.............444.0 ............ ........... 4,2.6.
296 19 78 11.-do............... Lieiit. A. G. Paxton.................................. .............. ...................... 7545.4.
297 19 79 11 '...do............... Capt. T.F. Davis ....................3819..................................... 3,821.92 ----- -----28 19 80 12.d...........do ................ .....do...................,2.7..................5114
299 1 82 1 do........do.......................................... 514743 66 -----......................1736
32 19 12 13 _.do....... ...... ..ado Matn................................................... 34.71...........31.0
304 19 1 16.do............... Capt. E. F. R.lais............................ 209.9............... .............. .......20929
306 19 1228 18 1 Habanao............... Col. T. H. Bliss.................................... 64 92.2..........................4 2.2
307 19 1229 16 _.do ................ Ricardo Martinez.._........................ ..... .............. ............5 301. 67.....1, 3.6
308 20 1225 19 ...do...............Map. Elis Canderit.........................................1173.2 ............ ...... 27.3.783
309 20 1 1233 19 .do...............ECo. RaHBone............................................. $3 000.200............... ...........3,00.0
310 20 1234 19._do................ Ricardo Mairtinez....................................................... 23 16.0..............23,166. 07
311 201 1235 19 ...do................ Col. T. H. Bliss ........................................ 29,255.10...............................29551




312 20 1236 1 19. .... -------Capt. Abner Pickering ............................................................ ........8 8
3131 21 1237 20.(10............... Col. T. H.Bliss----------------------5,387....................................56338.71.............
314 21 1238 20.(10 ............... Ricardo Martinez .................................... .............. ........... 47.4 472.47
315 23 1239 21 (10d ............... Col. T. H. Bliss ........................................ 43, 232. 38. . . .
316 23 1240 21-(00......... Capt. W. Y. Stamper--------------------------------...110,9294. 52.............................1029.5
317 23 1241 21.do............... Walter F. Smith ........................................ .............. ...... .......33 7..4 3, 7.8
318 23 1242 21 I... ..do................ Ricardo Martinez......................................... ............. 4, 90.8.............. 4,908.82
319 23 1243 21 .-do ............... .J. A. Pedraza............................................. ............. 1, 36.8.............. 1, 365. 82
320 23 1244 22.d.... ...........------Maj. WV. M. Black......................................................... ...........848
321. 23 1245 22.d...........do ................ ..... d -- ---- ------................................: :030
322 23 1246 22 I.(10 ............... Col. T. H. Bliss ....................................... 34, 550. 17 ......................3,50 7
323 23 1247 22.-do............... Ricardo Martinez..........................................2,57.4.........,070.44
324 23 83 141 Santiago ............. Capt. T. F. Davis...................................... 7,477.25 -- --I........... ... 7472
325 23 84 15 .-.do..........do ...............................2627...................................- 2,642.72
326 26 85 16.(..........Licut. Jas. Robb Church.-................................ .......................... .... 17.8.7.8
3~27 26 86 16.(......... Capt. T. F. Davis ...... ................................ 1, 558. 36 ............ ..................158.3
328 26 87 18 ...do.............. .....do ......5,721.0..................................... 5,721.80 ...........
329 26 88 19 ..(10do............!.do........ ..........................................i 3,362.03 ............3,620 .......
330 26 89 20.. do............. I..do ............................................ *... 6,294.02 ............ *..................6240
331 26 1248 23 llahana.............Col T. H. Bliss ....................................... 36,7311. 17 ............36 311....17..
332 26 1249 23...do............... J. A. Pedraza ........................................ ......... .... ........... 70 1 70.16
333 26 1250 23..(o10.............. Lient. F. E. Lymann ................................. .............. ............ .......... 12.5.2.5
334 26 1251 23-.-do............... Ricardo Mlartinez............................................ ------ 1. 767. 62........17.6 z
335 26 1252 25..do............... Col. T. IT. Bliss ....................................... 35, 794. 06 ............ ..................5 9.0
336 26 1253 25.-.-do............... Ricardo Martinez....................................... .............. 3 500..............3 500.00
337 27 1254 26.d..... .........----Lieut. S. Burkhardt, jr.................................................1 05.2 1,058.22--- ------------338 27 1255 26..do ............... Col. T. H. Bliss ....................................... 44,7691. 52 ............ ................4,69. 52
3-39 27 1256 1 26..do...............M A. G. Menocal.........................................................1.971.9
340 27 1257 26i...do............... Ricardo Martinez............................................. ......98.4.......11....... .... 985.43
341 27 1258 27 .-_.-do...............--Col. T.H. Bliss........ ............................... 23,400.54................... ...........23405.
342 28 1259 27 ..(10o ............... Ricardo Martinez................................................72. 17.........723. 17
343 28 1260 28 I..do............... Lient. W. H. Talbott............................... ........................... ..........3,3.9.,399.
344 28 1261 28 ...do............... Lieut. H. M. Powell................................. .............. ............ .......... 32.0130.0.
3.15 28 1262 28..do ------- .......... .................................................. ........................... .......... 48404.4.
S 46 29 1263 28.d.... ...........----Col. T. H. Bliss ....................................... 34,7648. 47.................... ...........344.4
347 2 124 2...do..........-....Ricardo Martinez........................................------877.3787.3
348 29 1265 28 ...do............... F. V. Montes de Oca ................. ...........................................------349 29 1266 28 ._.do ...............ao aliase ........................................ 20 6I..................1300.0...........206
350 30 1267 29...do...............C. GT atlioe............................................. 3 000. 00...55 ............ ...........3,0.0
351 30 1268 29.d..... ........... C. A. Pd.z Bls.............................. 6 4.5.......... .............. ............36 247.4.55
352 30 1269 29. o..........o A.------- PcadMrza............................................ ............. 1,34 8..............1 134.5.89
353 30 1270 29.-do...............Ricardco Milanz...........................................185. 2.0 .......,852
354 30 1271 30.do....~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~...........Amrc Siv...................................120. 00.............1,20.0
Total ...... ....................................... ..........1,IL 348, 205. 53 16, 000. 00 78,933. 70 4,37 8 149 1.3
I certify that the foregoing abstract is correct.
ALEJANDRORDIUZ
A488istant Trea8urer of hj sado ua
OCTOBER 5, 1899.




Ab8tract of accountable warranty paid by the treasurer of the i8land of Cuba during the month of September, 189 x
Accountable Check.Itenl
warrant. T whmpi.lc. Customs re- Postal re________________________ i whompam. lace.ceipts. ceipts. rvner- Ttl
iNo. Date. No. Date.ceps
179 Aug. 28 186 Sept. 1 Americo Silva ......................................... Puerto Principe....... .............. ........ $1,76.5.1, 6.5
184 28 187 1 Emilio Bacardi................................. :_ _---------- Santiago .............. .............. ........ 23.9..9 2,19.4
191 29 188 2 Lieut. Col. C. F. Humphrey .................................... Habana ...............*$28, 800.00 ..................8 0.0 (
180 28 189 2 Lieut. J. G. Harbord ........................................... Manzanillo............ 12,1332. 00 .. .. .. ..........13. 00
185 28 190 2 Lieut. A. E. Kennington ...................................... Mayan................. 1, 73G. 00 ..................1 3.0
175 28 191 4 Domingo C. Herrera........................................--- Habana................ 2,840.33 ........... ......2,433 I
192 Sept. 1 192 4 Capt. W. B. Barker.........................................-----Cienfuegos ..............143. 60...................136
193 1 193 4 Capt. W. H. Hay ..............................................:Matanzas.............. 20, 125. 02 ..................0 2.0
194 1 194 4 Capt. W. Y. Stamper........................................----Cienfuegos .............12, 085. 33..................2 8.3
195 1 195 4 .-do ...d....................84.0................................I..-d.........845.00 ......
196 1 196 4 Ricardo Martinez ........................................ ....., Habana ............... .............. ....... 34.3.7.4,59 5 U
197 1 197 4 D. H. Schumann...........................................-----Guantanamo............1, 554. 67...................,5.6
198 4 198 6 Ramon M. Cailas.............................---- ------- ------Batabano ................143. 50...................4.5
199 4 199 6 Maj. J. F. French, jr .......................................... .Habana................ 854. 90 ........... .......849 Z
204 7 200 8 Lieut. Commander Lucien Young .................................. do................. 1,401. 00 ..................1410
200 5 201 8 Capt. W. B. Barker............................................ Cienfuegos............. 1,095. 36 ..................1 9.3
201 5 202 8 F. P. Ferris............................... .............. Haaa..2.500..........Ha na.......... .... 12, 500. 00 ......
202 5 203 8 Capt. H. J. Slocum............................................. Quemados.............. 2,000. 00 .......... .......200.0 r
203 5 204 8 Domingo C. Herrera ..............Habaua.................6,09.6.......Ha na............... 6,049.62 ......
205 7 05 8 ....do.................... ..................................... .....do................214.3.........
205 7 205 8.1...... ..............................................I.....d.................26,43.1...............545.6.........26531.
206 7 206 11. 1.... ..................................................d.............. ....5,485.2.................170.0........5,8.2.
208 7 208 11 Capt. C. H. Grierson ........................................... Santiago............... 35, 220.-00 .......... ......3520.0
209 7 209 11- Maj. W. H. Miller..........................................-----Matanzas .............. 31, 220. 00 .......... ......3120.0
210 7 210 11 Maj. Jas. L. Wilson ............. ............................. Maria-nao............56,7220. 00 ........... ......5,2.0
211 7 211 11 Capt. W. N. Blow............................................. Puerto Principe ... 10, 595. 00 ........... ......1,5.0
212 7 212 11 Capt. Chas. B. Vordes......................................----Pinuar del Rio ...........27, 470. 00..................7 7.0
213 7 213 11 Lieut. P. D. Lockridge........................................ Santa Clra 409.0.............49,095. 00 -. .
214 9 214 11 Capt. 0. M. Lissik............................................ Habana.............I 500.00 ..................500
215 11 215 13 Capt. C. H. Darnall......................................d............... ...1,469.80................*146.0........1,6.8.
216 11 216 13 Lieut. John McA. Palmer ..................................... Puerto Principe ... 29, 034. 60 .......... ......29046
217 13 217 16 Lieut. F. A. Wilcox........................................... Guauajay.............. 4,000.00 ..................,0.0
218 13 218 16 Lieut. P. D. Lockridge ............................. ....... Santa Cara ..... 4,408.25 4408.25..
221 15 219 19 Maj. J. T. Fren ch................................. .... Hbn.........iz~ 227.46 ..................274
220 15 220 19 Lieut. A. E.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 Wilas.....................inugo 4,91.0.................,91.0.
219 14 221 19 Walter F. Smith .............................................. Habana................ 2, 500.00 .......... .......250.0
222 19 222 21 Capt. W. M. Wright .......................................... Sagua la Grande --- 10,9000. 00 .......... ......1000.0
223 19 223 21 Capt. G. L. Goodale........................................... Quemados.............. 290.88 ..................208
224 20 224 23 Ricardo Martinez............................................. Habana .......
225 20 225 23. do ......................................................... do ..0,0357 7080.5
226 20 226 23 ... do............................................................ do 51,482.54.... 51,482.14.........
227 20 227 23 J ustin A. Pedraza ............................................Santa Clara............ .............. ....... 346323 3,67.2




228 20 228 23 Manuel S. Trelles-----------------------------------------.....Matanzas-------------------------------21.233.37....233.3
229 20 229 23 Manuel M. Repiso-----------------------------------------.....Pinar del Rio----------------------------11,79.45.1,779.4
230 20 230 23 Lieut. M. B. Stokes........................................... Cardenas .183.9..............180.7...........1,80.9
231 21 231 23 Americo Silva................................................ Puerto Prineipe..........................9,-65.19-9-625.1
J2233 21 233 23 Capt. W. H. Hay.............................Mta-as.........516.1-------------------------5,tna ....... 5166.15
234 21 234 23 Lieut. H. C. Schumm.......................................... Baracoa................ 742.00 ....................4.0
235 21 235 23 Capt. C. A. Williams.......................................... Nuevitas.............. 1,608.00 ...................1 0.0 '
0236 21 236 23 Lieut. L. S. U~pton............................................ Tunas do Zaza 30.0............36.0...........30.0
S237 21 237 23 Lieut. John Conklin ........................................... Trinidad .............. 545. 16 ....................4.1
238 21 238 23 Capt. T. F. Davis........................................------ Santiag o..............3, 421. 29....................,2.2
,1239 21 239 23 Capt. ,J. F. R. Landis.......................................... Caiharien.............. 1,698.93 ...................1689
~-4240 21 240 23 E. G. Itatlbone.......................................... Hbn...........Hana .............. $57 06.2..............57, 067.20
241 21 241 23 Lt. Comdr. L. Young.....................................d............. .....do- ------- 2,410. 00...................2 1.0
242 21 242 23 .do....................................................d........... .......2,465.0..............245.0...........2,6.0.
243 21 213 23 Maj. J. F. Stretch.........................................d.................2 500.00..............250.0...........2,50.0
S244 22 244 23 Lt. Col. C. F. Humphrey...................................... -----do................. 16,9239. 35 ...................6 3.3
245 22 245 23 Maj. J. T. French.........................................d............. .....2 094 57...................2,094. 57 ------246 22 546 23 Maj. J. F. Stretch..........................................d........... ......1 500 00..............170.0...........1,500 '
247 22 247 23 Capt. G. L. Goodale........................................-----Quemados..............2, 820.00.............. .....280.0 H
248 22 248 23 Maj. J. F. Stretch ............................................ Hab.ana................ 58, 852. 60 ...................8 5.6
249 22 249 26 Capt. Elias Chandler......................................... Sagna la Grande --- 1, 613.00 ...................1 1.0
250 22 250 26 Capt. W. Y. Stamper......................................-----Cienfuegos ..............4,814. 72....................,847
251 22 251 26 _.-do.............................................d....................28.0..... .....do................ 280.00 -----252 25 252 27 Walter F. Smith.............................................. Habana............... .3,1650. 00 ...................3 5.0
253 25 253 27 Maj. J. F. Stretch.............................................- -----do....... 817. 32.............. .....87..2
254 25' 254 27 .... ..................................................d........... .......9,500.0..............950.0...........9,000
255 25 255 27. do....do..................................................d........... .......4,382.6..............432.9...........4,8.6.
256 25 256 27 Lt. W. M. Taihott...........................................d........... do 5,800....................5 800. 00----257 25 257 27 IA. Victor Shephardt .. ............................ Santiago ................3,527. 96...........~.. 3579 z
258 25 258 27 Lieut. J. J. Ry-an............................................. Puerto Principe148.0........................--468.-0
259 25 259 27 Lt. Frank E. Lyman.......................................... Matanzas.............. 3,477. 30 ............ ......347.0
260 25 260 27 Capt. F. B. Ives .......................................-------Quenados...............1,017. 40.............. .....107.4 H
261' 25 261 28 Lt. J. W. Smith......................................Gba..................1 414.r 00....................1 414. 00 ------262 25 262 28 Capt. C. A. Williams ......................................... Nuevitas.................300.000..................30.-0263 26 263 29 B. F. Davis.......................................... Hhn.................3 105.n 3. ...................3 105.33
264 27 264 29 Emilio Bacardi ............... ..............Snig............................. .......23 192.ag 49------ 23,-_--- 192.-49---Total ....................................... ........... ............... ........ 557, 128. 45 57, 067. 2031,6269 2735.4 z
I certify that the foregoing .abstract is correct. ALEJANDRO IRDIGE
A8si tant [reasurer of the sado ua
OCTOBER 5, 1899.




RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS, OCTOBER, 1899.
Tihe Urnited State8t military government of Cuba in account with Maj. E. F. Ladd, U. S. V., treasurer of the island of Cuba, at RlbnCbdrn the month of October, 1899.
Custom re- Potlneeit. enl reits Mceipts
ceps ~ stal recInternalun rev-ts Mscelnos Ttl
CR.
By balance on hand per account rendered for September..--------------------------------..$1, 320,824. 31 $69, 052.80 $24, 920. 85 $172, 86 9 $,57 4.0
By cash received as per abstract --------------------------------------------------------- 1,382, 297. 56 12, 000. 00 67, 186. 95 12,16.2 1,4365.7
DR.
To payments as per Abstract A-------------------------------------------------------.... 990, 660.72 76,418. 87 199,7636. 68 ..............1 6,1.2
Balance................................................ .......................... 1, 662, 461. 15 4, 633.93 -107, 528. 88 1.85, 12.3 ,747.5
BALANCE AS RESULT OF ABSTRACT C, TRANSFER WARRANTS.
Balance as above ............... .............................................. ...... $1, 662, 461. 15 $4, 633. 93 -$107, 528. 88 $185, 02 5 $,74 7.S
Abstract C .................................................... W........................ -70,7959. 10.................. 250,1000. 00 -179,14.9.......
Balance as carried to new account ..................... ............................ 1, 591, 502. 05 4,7033. 93 142, 471. 12 5,97.4 1,4,58.5
I certify that the above is a true account of all the money that has come into my hands durn the month of October on con saoe
The balance due the above account ($1,744,578.55) is on deposit as follows: With the North American Trust CompanyHabana----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------$...,606.619.05..
Santiago-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------137,....959.50
Total................................................................................................ 1,744,578.55
ALEJANDRO RDIUZ
Assistant Treasurer of theIl1 o ua




Abstract of/funds received by the treasurer of the island of Cuba during the month of October, 1899.
Receipt. Certificate of deposit. Csosr-Psa e nenl
- ---- --- ___ -From whom received. ceitos. re Psta re veIne r- Msel Ttl
No.! Date. No. Date. Place. cepsceps eeperes no.
355 2 90 Sept. 21 Santiago------------..Capt. T. F. Davis................... ................... $1, 938. 96 ............ ...................$,989
356 2 91 22 do..... ............ d.... ..... .....................................8,22..............833.8............ ...........8,232 .
357 2 93 23 .-do.............. ..... do ............................................... 3,946.40..............................3,464 .
358 2 94 25 -_.do................... do ............................................... 6,214.79 ............ ............ .......6247
359 2 95 26 d..... ............. d......... .....................................2,858.............245.7............ ............2,858
360 2 96 27 -.-do -------- -- o...........d ................................ .............. 1,941.95 ............ w........... ........1919
361 2 1272 30 Habana .............. Manuel M. Repiso........................................ .............. $1 196..............1,11169.6622
362 2 1274 30 .-. do..---...........-Ricardo Martinez.......................................... .............244 1. .............. 244.116c
363 2 1275 30 ._ do .................d..... ............ .........................................18.9......... ......... *--"I*------182.98
364 4 1273 30..do............... Col. T. H. Bliss ....... ...............4,8.2....................................42 12186. 26
365 4 1276 Oct. 2 -do .......Frederico Alverez ........ .................... ................. ... ...... ..... .......... $3.5.3.5
366 4 1277 Sept. 30 -do............... Col. T. H. Bliss ....................................... 52, 504. 65 ............ ............ .. ....5250.6
367 5 1278 Oct. 2 do............... Arnerico Silva .............................................. ...... ......444 8. .............. 444.84
368 5 1279 3 .-. do................ Justin A. Pedraza ................................... .......................... 6.0 6.00
369 5 1280 3 ... do............... Col. T. H. Bliss .......................3 4.7.................................... 13, 845. 73 -------------z
370 5 1281 3 ._ do ............... Jose G. de Peralto .................................. ........................... .......... 66.7567.7
371 5 1282 3 ._ do............... Ricardo Martinez.......................................... ... .......... -- --- 522. 94...........2.9
372 5 1283 4. do, ............... Lieut. F. E. Lyman................................... .............. ............ ......... 5000500
373 5 1285 4 (10do...............IRicardo Martinez.......................................... .............876 9. .............. 876.99
374 5 1286 4 d..... .........----Ramon M. Cafias ........................................ 19. 52 ....... w-- -w........ ...........1.5
375 7 1284' 4 do............... Col. T. H. Bliss................................. 38 49.3...........3,9.6 ............ ............38 4.3
376 7 1287 5 -do...............IRicardo Martinez................................. ............ .......2.7...... ............ 207.71
377 7 1288 5 -do............... Col. T. H.Bliss ..................... 1841....................................31,874.14 -----378 7 1290 6 do...............iRicardo Martinez....................... ...................... .......66.6...... ............ 660.65
379 9 1289 6._. do..--............-Col. T. H. Bliss.w...... ................................ 35, 526.58 .............. ..........3552.8
380 9 1291 6 .-do............... Capt. W. H. Hay ...................................... 10, 411.43 ............ ............ .......1,414
381 9 1292 6 do............... Lieut. M. B. Stokes ............. w....................... 21, 585. 93 ........... ............ ........1 8.9
382 9 1293 7 .-. do..---...........-Col. T. H. Bliss.................................. ..... 34,7432. 93 ............ ............ .. ....3442.9
383 9 1294 7 _.... do............... Manuel S. Trelles...................................................... 13 9745.............13, 967. 45 U
384 9 1295 7 -do...............IRicardo Martinez....................................................44.9...... ............ 442.98
385 9 97 Sept. 28 Santiago ............. Capt. T. F. Davis..................................... 2, 078.97 ............ ............ .. .....207.9
386 9 98 29 ...... ........... d..... .....do ....................................2,840..............284.4............ ...........2,840 .
387 9 99 30 ... do................. do..... .................................... ,225..............322.1............ ...........3,225 .
388 9 100 Oct. '2... do .-.............. Enmilio Bacardi........................................... ............. 1, 9605.............1 966. 05
389 9 102' 2 ....do ................ Waldo Floyd....................................... 18,409.50 ............ ............ .. ....18495
390 9 103 2 .-do, ............... Capt. T. F. Davis ...................................... 2,894. 51 ............ ....................,845
391 9 104 3 -do.............. ..... do........t....................................... 4,346.27 ............ ............ .. .....4362
392 9 105 4 _. do ................ ..... ..............ft ............................. 2,518.67 .-.......t....... .............2586
393 121 1296 9 Habana .............. Capt. W. Y. Stamper .............................. 54, 721.09 ............ ...................5,710
394 12 1297 9 do.............. ..... do......................................... ... ..1,602.00 ............ I...................1620
395 12 1298 9 .. do............... E. G1. Rathbone............................................$6 00.0...............$,0.0...........6,00 00
396 12 1299 9 --.. do............... Col. T. H. Bliss....................................... 35, 085. 91 ............ ............ .. ....3508.9
397 12 1300 9 ... do............... Ricardo Martinez.......................................... .............548 1. .............. 548. 18
398 12 1301 10 ... do............... Col. T. H. Bliss....................................... 47, 333.65 ............ ............ .......4,33 5




Abstract of funded received by the treasurer of the island of Cuba during the month of October, 1899-Continued
Receipt. C ertificate of deposit. Csosr-Psa e nenl
___________ -- -~From whom received. ceipts. ceipts. eipts. receps
No. Date. No. Date. Place.ceps
399 12 1302 Oct. 11 Habana..............iRicardo Martinez.......................................................$71 16.............. $751.16 c
400 13 1303 12 _-do............... Capt. W. H. Hay....................................--- $24,169.65 ...... I...... ..................2416.5
401 13 1304 12 ...do--------Aiferico Silva....................................... .............. ........... 760 9---------760.98
402 13 1305 12-_do---------------..Lieut. A. E. Williams...................................... .............. ............ $5 1.0..5.5,.80..5
4033 13313066 122 do... ..o........ Co...T..H. BlissT.-H.-Bliss--........................6,.006..33........-36-006.33--................6,.006..3
404 13 1307 12-_.do-..-------------.Ricardo Martinez-------------------------------------------------------858..5-----------------85800
405 14 1308 13 _-do---------------- Lieut. John Conaklin-----------------3 8746------------------------------------3 8477.4 46...........
406 14 1309 13-._ do---------------..Col. T. H. Bliss--------------------------------------... 42, 799. 97-----------------------------42,.99.9
407 14 1310 13-._do,---------------.Ricardo Martinez-------------------------------------------------------412.6-----------------412. 6
408 16 107 6 Santiago-------------..Capt. T. F. Davis-------------------------------------.. 5, 010. 72-------------------------------,010.72.
409 16 108 7-...do------------------...do----------------------------------------------... 3,101.52------------------------------,10152.
410 16 109 9-_.do-..---......--------.do---------------------------------------56397------------------------------563.97 .............
411 16 110 10.do----..---..---------.do----------------------------------------------... 1,839-------------------1833.97 ..............
412 16 1ll 11 11- do...........C10-----------d ---------------------------------------------- 6,566.53 ...............................6,65
413 16 106 5-..do-------------- ----- do......................................7,1.0------------------------ 7slo ........i--------7810 z
415 16 .1312 14 .-do--..------------.Col. T. H. Bliss---------------------------------- ---- 49,)635. 12------------------ ------------- 49 3.1
416 16 1313 14-...do --------------- -iRicardo Martinez----------------------------------------- -------------- 1 11.4--------------1 115.47
417 16 1314 14 .- .do-..-------------.Capt. C. A. Williams...................................-400.000------------------------------40..0
418 17 1315 16 -. ....do---------------..Col. T. H. Bliss-------------------446 10...................................... 44,496. 10..... ......
419 17 1316 16 .-do-..-------------,Maj.- G. S. Cartwright------------------------------ -------------- ------------ ------------ 26.0 6.0
420 17 1317 16 .-do ................Ricardo Martinez------------------------------------------------------- 1 47.3--------------1 478.33
421 17 1319 16.-.do---------------..Ranon K4. Caias.......................................-21. 39-------------------------------2139.
422 18 1318 17 .do................iRicardo Martinez------------------------------------------- ----------1,11.8---------------1,161.82
423 2"0 1323 19 .-do---------------..Maj. C. A. Williams----------------23 67.5------------------------------------23,679. 58 .............
4244 20013244 199 do....do............A..Pedraza. .........................................................3,-374.-21----------------3,1374..211
425 20 1320 17 .-.do-...------------.Col. T. H. Bliss -------------------------------------- 43, 428. 34 ............ ..................4,283
426 20 1321 18 _.-do---------------..Ricardo Martinez------------------------- -------------- --------------80 4--------------- 840.44
427 20 1322 18-_.do-..-------------.Col. T. H. Bliss.....................................--- 38, 492. 66.............................3849.6 I
428 20 1325 19-...-do---..--------------..do............................................... 27, 185. 77-----------------------------2,.18..7
429 20 1326 19--.do---------------..E. G-. Rathbone--------------------------------------$6000------------ --------------6,000.00 .......
430 20 1327 19 ---- do---------------..Ricardo Martinez ---------------------------------- -------------- ------------ 1145. 38........114.3
431 21 1328 20.- .-do-..-.-.------------..do..---.----- ....--------------------------------.................569.62.................569.6
432 21 1329 20.--do............... Col. T. H. Bliss ...................................... 50,7512. 58 ............ ...................0 1.5
433 23 1331 21 .-do ............... ....do---------------------------------------------.... 88,322.03..............................8,320
4344 23313322 21. do..............Ri.ardo Martinz.........................................................175.-94.................175.99
435 23 112 12 Santiago------------..Capt. T. F. Davis..................................... 7,622. 98-----------------------------7,.62.9
436 23 113 13,.-do................ D. H. Schulimana....................................--- 2,266. 98 ............ ...................2 6.9
437 23 114 14 .do.............. ..... do............................................... 2,097.53 ............ ................2075
438 23 115 16. ....... ..........d...... .....do ........................ ...........6,318..............681.7............ ...........6,312
439 23 116 16 ...do ........... 1-. Waldo Floyd--------------------------------------... 6,258. 54 6, 258.... 54......
440 23 117 16 .-do-..-.-----------.Lieut. J. W. *Smith----------------------------------- 11,505.27 ------------ ------------------1552
441 23 118 16 .-do............... Lieut. H. C. Schumm .................................. 6,915.11------------------------6,151
442 23 119 17 ..do................ D. H. Schuhmann ..................................... 3,847.60..............................3,476




443 23 120 18 ....-do .-do--------------------- --..........*.. 3,558.78-------------------------------3,58.7
444 24 1333 23 Habana -------------- Col. T. H. Bliss ----------------------6 7.6------------------------------------ 36, 972.6 6............
446 24 1335 23-...do---------------..Lieut. L. S. Upton-------------------------------------.. 985.30--------------------------------95. 3
447 24 1337 23-...do---------------..Lieut. A. E. Williams------------------------------------------------------------1,.833. 75.1,.833..7
449 25 1339 24- do---------------..i.ar. oMartin ez---------------------------------------------------------1...63. 046----------1 66.0
450 25 134039 244 do.-..do -.........o.....astilaod --Martinez -.......................................-..............-.........8..5118.351 .
451 26 1342 25 .-do-...------------.Lieut. H. M. Powell------------------------------------------------------------------24..10.24..10.
4533 27 13363 24--do---------------Co-.----HCo Bliss------------------------------------35,152.60------------------------------------35,152.60.
454 27 1341 25- -do------------------...do---------------------------------------------.... 35,175.30--- ----- ------ I----- ---------5153
455 227 11344 226- do-----............ omas A.m EtA. anty------....................................-..............-............12.11.12...1
457 27 1346 26--....do---------------.. amon M. C- has----------------------------------------.8.15---------------------------------8.1
459 28 1147 26-.-do---------------..Col. T HI. Bliss s--------------------------------------80,020.32......----------------------0003 I
460 28 1349 27-..do----------o---------------------------------41 364 30------------------------------------.......41, 364. 30............
462 30 1351 28...do................ Col. T. H. Bliss....................................... 38,947.53------------------------------8,94.53.
463 30 1352 28-..-do ............... Ricardo Martinez .................................... .............. ........... 24.1 248.19
464. 3(1 11353 228 .. do.do ............. ie.. tLi W-LMt. TW lM ttalbott -...................................-..............-.......4,077.98.4,077.98
465 31 1355 30----do...............IRicardo -Martinez, ................................... .............. ........... 71.8 718.83
466 31 125 23 Santiago ............. Capt. F. G. Irwin- ----------------2746 53------------------------------------27,466. 53...........
468 31 127 24.---do--------------D.. H. Schinann..................................... 3,424.91------------------------------3,24.9
469 31 128 25- -do----------o----------------------------------3,158.23-------------------------------------......3,158.23..............
I certify that the foregoing abstract is correct.
ALEJANDRORDIUZ
Assistant Treasurer ofthIsadoCua
NOVEMBER 2, 1899.




Abstract of accountable warrants paid by the treasurer of the island of Cuba during the month of October, 1899.
Accountable Check. Internalwarrant. Towhompaid.PCustoms re- Postal rewarrant. ____ To whom paid. Place. ceipts. ceipts.
Nod Date. No. Date.
265 Sept. 27 265 Oct. 2 Lieut. J. L- Hines ................................................ Paso Caballo .......... $4, 371.76-$4, 371.76
266 27 266 2 Capt. W. B. Barker --------------------------------------Cienfueos ........... 7, 665. 58-7,665. 58
267 27 267 2 Capt. A. Pickering --------------------------------------Trinidad ............ 1, 260. 00-1, 260..00 .
268 27 268 2 Lieut. L. W. Oliver .............................................. Caibarien ............. 960. 00 ........................ 960. 00
269 27 269 2 Maj. G. S. Cartwright .......................................... Matanzas ............. 7, 000.00 ..........................7,000. 00
270 27 270 2 Capt. J. I. Gardner .............................................. Placetas .............. 1, 065.75 .........................1, 065.75
271 27 271 2 Capt. W. M. Wright ........................................... Sagua la Grande 1,507.28.............507.28.1,507.28 (
272 27 272 2 Lieut. P. D. Lockridge ......................................... Santa Clara .......... 7,887.73 ............7,887.73
273 27 273 2 Capt. E. K. Webster ............................................. Paso Caballo .......... 122.00 .......................... 122.00
274 28 274 2 Capt. H. J. Slocum ............................................... Quemados ............ 5,002.63 ..........................5, 002.63
275 28 275 2 Lieut F. A. Wilcox .............................................. Guaajay........... 9,735.00............9, 735.00
276 28 276 2 Maj. W. H. Miller ................................................ Matanzas ............. 56, 986.21 ..........................56, 986. 21
277 28 277 2 Lieut. H. M. Powell ............................................. Pinar del Rio ......... 4,374.04 .........................4,374.04
278 28 278 2 Maj. Jas. L. Wilson .............................................. Quemados ............ 1, 867.80 ..........................1, 867. 80
279 29 279 2 Capt. F. G. Irwin ................................................ Manzanillo ........... 1,530.30 .........................1,530. 30
280 29 280 2 .... do .......................................................... Santa Cruz del Sur --- 150.00 ......................... 150.00
281 29 281 2 Capt. G. L. Goodale .................. ......................... Quemados ............ 64Q. 94 .......................... 640. 94
282 29 282 2 Maj. J. F. Stretch ................................................... 914. 65 ......................... 914.65
283 29 283 2 Maj. W. H. Miller ................................................ Matanzas ............. 1,392.19 .........................1,392.19
284 29 284 2 Capt. W. H. Chatfield ............................................ Baracoa ............... 2, 415.00 ..........................2, 415. 00
585 29 285 2 Lieut. L. D. Cabell ............................................... Gnantanamo .......... 13, 284.00 ..........................13, 284. 00
286 29 286 2 Liout. J. G. Harbord ............................................ Manzanillo ........... 13,326.00 ..........................13, 326.00
287 29 287 2 Lieut. L. Hardeman .............................................. Mayari ............... 3, 323.56 ..........................3, 323.56
288 29 288 2 Lieut. It. (G. Paxton .............................................. Holguin .............. 8,332.80 ..........................8,332.80
289 29 289 2 Lieut. A. E. Saxton .............................................. Santiago .............. 60,341.02 .........................60, 341.02
290 29 290 2 Lieut. M. S. J arvis ..................-.......................... San Luis .............. 8, 135. 00 ..........................8,135.00
291 30 291 2 Lieut. (G. S. Turner .....--....................................... Cardenas ............. 1,778.33 .........................1, 778.33
292 30 292 2 B. F. Davis ..................................................... Habana ............... 30, 000.00 ..........................30, 000.00 ci
293 30 293 4 Capt. H. J. Slocum ............................................... Quemados ............ 6, 724.55 ..........................6, 724.55
294 30 294 4 IRamon M. Cahas ........................................... Batabano ............. 146.50 .......................... 146. 50
295 30 295 4 Lieut. Col. C. F. Humphrey ................................... Habana ............... 56, 949.38 ........ 56, 949. 38
296 30 296 4 Lieut. J. L. Hines............................................... Paso Caballo ......... 9, 230.95 ..........................9, 230.95
297 Oct. 2 297 4 Maj.UJ. T. French ................................................ Habana ............... 83.93 .......................... 83.93
298 2 298 4 Cap. M.Lissak .................................................... ......900.00.......................... 900.00
299 3 299 5 Maj. J. F. Stretch ........................................................... 8, 974.13......................... 8,974.13
300 3 300 5 Brig. Gen. Adna R. Chaffee ..................................... ..... do ................ 25, 000.00 ........................ 25,000.00
301 6 301 10 F. P. Ferris .........................................................do ................ 12,500.00 ......................... 12,500.00
302 9 302 12 B. F. Davis .... ......................................................9 98 9.0.........................9, 989. 03
303 9 303 12 .. ..do ................................................................... 29, 867.43....................... 29,867.43
304 9 304 12 Lieut. J. McA. Palmer ........................................ Puerto Principe ...... 40, 607.61 ......................... 40, 607.61
305 10 305 13 Walter F. Smith ................................................. Habana ............... 543.80 ......................... 543.80
306 11 306 13 Maj. J. F. Stretch .............................................. ..... do ................ 176,169.82 ........................176,169.82
307 13 307 16 Capt. Geo L. Goodale ....................................... Quemados ...........2,792.25.........79...5.2,792. 25




308 13 308 16-_.do...--.................................................-----do ............... 2, 604. 74--------------------,60,7
309 16 309 18 Capt. F. P. Fremont ----------------------------------------- Sancti Spiritus----------13, 138. 69 ------------ --------33.6
310 16 310 18 Capt. Geo. L. Goodale-------------------------------------.....Quemados ...............861. 96---------------------86.9
311 16 311 18- do----------------------------------------------------d------------- ----- d ........ 1,986-------------1928.66 ......
312 16 312 18 Leut. H. M. Powell ------ ----- *................Pinar del Rio-----------4, 016. 00- ------------4 016..... 00
313 16 313 18 Lieut. iJ. L. Hines----------------------------------------.....Rowell Barracks 2,629.95------------- -- -----2695
314 16 314 18 Lieut. L. S. Upton........................................... Tunas de Zaza 34.0................... 41..00
315 16 315 18, Capt. E. A. Ellis.......... ...........Gatn mo-----1,--198.--34--------------------------1,atnm ..... 1198. 34 .......
316 17 316 20 Lieut. C. R. Darnall. ---- Haana...........1-17.5--------------------------Hana........1, 175. 50 .......
317 18 3 17 21 Lieut. Ht. C. Sehuam m................... -ar-oa------------.54.0---------------------------- aco........540. 00 .......
318 18 318 21 Lieut. John Conklin......................................... Trinidad.............. 53.6.-------------539.16
319 18 319 21 Capt. W. Y. Stamper......................................... Cienfuegos-------------13, 728. 33- -----------13 728.....33
320 18 320 21 Henry Page --------------------i ........Nuevitas ...............1, 475. 00------------- -- -----147.0
327 20 321 23 B. F. Dlavis................................................. Habana-----------2500.0-----------------25,000.00 .......
328 20 322 23 Lieut. Col. C. F. Humphrey.............................d............... ....425 00.................45.0...........425 00
329 20 323 23 _.-do...................................................d.......... .......33,51.4..............3,5.8...........33214 .
330 21 324 24 Julian Parreno ............................................. Santiago----------------3,480. 54- ------------3 480..... 54
331 21 325 24 Capt. W. H. Hay-------------------------------------- Mtna---------------2 328.za 92-------------------2 328.92 ......
332 21 326 24 Henry Pag e- -------------------------------------i~eia------------------Nuvts....... 52. 93-------------- -------5.9
333 21 327 24 Lieut. M. S. Ja rvis ----------------5--------------- Sn Luis............... 9,000. 00 ------------ --------9 0.0
334 21 328 24 Lieut. L. 1). Cahell---------------------------------------.....Guantanamo ............11, 550. 00------------- -- ----1150.0
335 21 329 24 Lieut. J. G. H. rbord-----------------------------------------NiManzanillo--------------8, 000. 09- ------------8 000..... 00
336 21 330 24 Capt. W. H. Chatfield----------------------------- ...........Baracoa............... 3,500. 00- ------------3 500..... 00
337 21 331 24 Lieut. A. E. Saxton---------------------------------------.....Santiago--------------- 58, 950. 00 ------------ --------8 5.0
321 19 332 25 icardo Martinez----------------------------------------.....Habana...............................$61,-03.-55-6.-003.322 19 333 25 ... do---..*------------------ *---------- ,----- *-- ------------ --- do---------------------------------2,.658.86.52,658..8
323 19 334 25 M. M. Repiso- --....................Pinar del Rio---------------------------12.329..5.12,.29..4
324 19 335 25 M.S. Trelles---------------------------------------------.....Iatanzasj --------- -------------- ------------21498 1498
325 19 336 25 Justin A. 1Pedraza, .......................................... Santa Clara---------------------------.. . 3647.29 3,47.2
326 19 337 25 Americo Silva .............................................. Puerto Principe-------------------------10,047....10,.47..6
338 2t 338 25 Mai. W. 1-1. Miller----------------------------------------.....Matanzas---------------3, 500. 00 ------------ --------30.0
339 21 339 25 E. G. Rathhbone--------------------............................Habana................... $5,31.2...............50, 319. 200
340 23 340 26 Lieut. IL. Hardein --n.-----------------..................... -Mayani.................2,080. 00............. .. .....208.0
341 23 341 26 Lieut R. G. Paxton.........................................- Holguiin............... 7,400.-00- ------------7 400..... 00
342 23 342 26 Emilio Bacardi------------------------------------------.....Santiago ............. .............. .......... 3,00.0.,07.0
343 23 343 26 IRicardo Martinez ...........................................IHabana---------------------------------,.630.00.2,.60..00.
344 23 344 26 Lieut. F. A. Wilcox ........................... .............. Guanajay.............. 4,795. 36- ------------4 795.36... .j
345 23 345 26 Capt. M. IR. Peterson---....----------------------------------- Matanzas s.............. 4, 864. 92. ............4 864.---- 92
346 25 346 28 Lieut. W. MI. Talbott------------------------------------..... Habana----------------.4,7400. 00............. .....4 0.0
347 25 347 28 Lieut. Vic-tor Shepherd...................................... Santiago... .... 3,1600.00. ............3 600.---- 00348 25 348 28 Lieut. Frank E. Lyman----------------------------------.... Matanzas ...............4,003. 20- ------------4 003.20...
U49 25 349 28 W alter F. Smith............................................ Habana- --------70 00................70.0...........750 00
350 25 350 28 Lie tt. John J. Ryan--------------------------------------.....Puerto Principe .... 1,750. 00- ------------1 750..... 00
351 25 351 28 Capt. Edw. B. Ives----------------------------------------.....Quemados ..............1,483. 14. ............1 483.---- 14
352 25 3 52 28 E. G. Rathhone ............................................. Habana------------- -------------- 26,099. 67. ......2609.7
353 25 353 28 B. F. Davis.............................................d............. .....5 553 25...............553.5...........5,53.2
354 25 354 28 Capt. E. A. Ellis ............................................ Guantanamo- -----1 54.4............158.4............1 54.3
355 25 355 28 0. S. Durfee ................................................ Habana................ 6,000. 00 ............ .... 600.0
356 26 356 28 Capt. J. R. Landis ................. ....................... .Caibarien---------10 0...............10.0............11.0
357 26 357 28 Lieut. C. R. Darnall.......................................----Habana............... 2,619. 82 ....................2 1.8
358 26 359 28 Capt. J. fR. Landis........................................... Caiharien............. 1,608. 03 ....................,680 ~
359 27 360 30 B. F, Pvi..........................Habana ..... ...... 513. 00...............1.0 .2




Abstract of accountable warrants paid by the treasurer of the island of Cuba during the month of October, 1899-Continued.
Accountable
Acountbl Check. In ternalwarrant. Customs re- Postal reTo whom paid. Place. ceipts. ceipts.
No. Date. INo. Date. ceipts.
360 Oct. 27 361 Oct. 30 Henry Pa, e -------- ...................... Nuevitas ............. $35.00 .......................... $35.00
861 27 362 30 Lieut. A. f. Williams ............................................ Cienfuegos ........... 6, 286.10 ............6, 286.10
362 27 363 30 Capt. W. B. Barker ................................................... do------------- -55t. 551.00 . .
363 27 364 30 Capt. W. M. Wright ............................................ Sagua ................ 2, 512.00 ..........................2, 512. 00
364 27 365 30 Capt. F. P. Fremont .......................................Sancti Spiritus 3,989. 00......................... 3, 989. 00
365 27 366 30 Capt. John H. Gardner .............. Placetas .............. 983.95 .......................... 983.95
366 27 367 30 Maj. G. S. Cartwright ............................................ Matanzas ............. 7, 200.00 ..........................7, 200.00 0
367 27 368 30 Lieut. Robt. McCleave ....................................Caiarien...............1,465.00............
368 27 369 30 Lieut. P. D. Lockridge ........................................... Santa Clara ........... 4, 019.13 ..........................4, 019.13
369 27 370 30 Lieut. E. H. Cooke ...............................................Cardenas..............3,242.68............. 4
370 27 371 30 Capt. H. H. Benham ............................................. Trinidad. ............... 218.65, 218. 65
371 27 372 30 Lieut. J. L. Hines ................................................ Paso Caballo. ...........3978.96............3,978.96
372 27 373 30 Capt. C. B. Vogdes ..... ................................... Pinar del Rio ......... 304.64 ............304. 64
373 27 374 30 Maj. W. H Miller ............................................... Matanzas ............. 48,625.07 ......... .. 48,625.07
374 28 375 31 B. F. Davis ......................................bana............... 13, 105.33....... .... ,.,,,..13,105. 33
Total .............................................................................. 990, 660.72 $76,418.87 $199,636.68 1,266,716.27
I certify that the foregoing abstract is correct.
ALEJANDRO DRIGUEZ
Assistant Treasurer of the Island of Cuba.
NOVEMBER 2, 1899.
C12