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Annual report of the Comptroller of the State of Florida
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Title: Annual report of the Comptroller of the State of Florida
Alternate Title: Report of the comptroller of the State of Florida
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Comptroller's Office
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: S.l
Manufacturer: Tallahasseean Book and Job Print
Creation Date: 1881
Frequency: annual
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Finance, Public -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Genre: government publication (state, provincial, terriorial, dependent)   ( marcgt )
serial   ( sobekcm )
 Notes
Numbering Peculiarities: Report year ending Dec. 31.
General Note: Description based on: 1897.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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notis - ABY7828
System ID: UF00053735:00005

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REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER.


COMPTIOLLEE'S OFFICE,
TALAIIASSEIE, FLORIDA, January 1, 1882.
To His Excellency WVr. D. ILOXIIAM,
Governor of Florid :
SIR: I have the honor to submit herewith my report as
Comptroller for the fiscal year ending December 31st. 1881.
IrECEIt'TS INTO TIHE STATE TREASURY.
The total receipts into the State Treasury on account ~of
General lRveiiue (including Interest Taxes) I'or the fiscal year
ending ID)ecember :lst, 181, amount to _1121,0!).9.40, as fol-
lows:
Slate Tax Proper, 1881..................... .. .$20, 58: 52
I" KI l). .................. .. 9!):,30(s s
1s !)....................... 5, 07 41L
1 s7:. ....................... -, 173 i2
1"77 ........................ 1,0 1 70
1s87...................... 771 .
1H75....................... 27 4 301
1874 ....................... .448 14

l .i- s x ls.. : ........................ 8 ,102 :I
A n n T1 2 x...................... 270 4401
C m i 187x ..... .................. ..2,71
Li ~i'S, Il ................................ 8(,100 2
Alwei ion TI .. ........................... 70!) 44
Couumi.,smll T'xI .......................... 2,74, 00
Asylmii (I'oi i.A-sioi) Tax. ................. .. 44. 00
Sale of L i\ ............................... 8 1 50
Sale ol Juillice AI min:ls ..................... 14 00
Interest on S. C. (5C :I- l ('ertifica .... ....... 124 59
Criminall I'lscculit (c.ss) ............. ... 270 64
llie of P'lenentiary Cn(ovicts ............... 2,745 00
Jurors ani W iml~I. (r<'liundl d) .............. '118 95
ledelmpltion o' L'inld ...................... ..113 3:2- $224,544 75
Generni Sinking Funl and Interest Tax, 1881. 7,239 12
ii 1 1880. 4,40-) 75
18719. 1,817 47
S' 1878. 413 14
1877. 250 4
1876. 8480
S" 1875. 60 43
.. 1874. 2800
S." 1873. 32 01
S1872. 11 91
1871. 8 34- 64,351 46









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Special Sinking Fund and Interest Tax, 1881. 3,i37 04
1880. 27,216 85
1879. 89936
1878. 218 73
S'" 1877. 13104
S" 1876. 3071
." 1875. 28 77
"" 1874. 16 00
1873. 1200
1872. 3 93
S" 1871. 276- 32,197 19

$321,093.40
PAYMENTS AT THE STATE TREASURY.
The following statement shows the amount of \Warrants and
Certiticates paid at the Treasury for the fiscal year ending De-
cember 31, 1881:
Salaries Executive Department......... .... $18,273 55
Salaries Judicial Departiment ................. 30,317 21
(on lnlent Expenses of' Stah e. ................ 1,632 91
Stationery Executive and Legislative )epait-
m n s. ... .. ............................. 1,417 18
ExpenIses Collection of [rvenueI. ............... 33,4(0 (;3
\Expen'-es Bure1au of I ilnnigralion ............. 5,120 09
Po,)l Mo rtem Exniu:ination .................. :93 80
P rint lin ................. ................... 9,573 55
M1ainiitilence of Lunatics ................. 21),373: 25
Expenses Lo,,islature of 181 .................. (i8870 36
Jurors nd \Vitne. -s .................... ...... 54,777 23
(Colltillgent Expen'ses Supiremnl Col'rt .......... 2,5;31 89
v a cli ihm an t ;i ( npilol ....................... 2915 25
R el Iiis (f (; fi)itol ................. ........... 2,173 07
Lr islativ, Ri.,liel' A is. ....................... 2,1 4 01
R( wards l r AIIp r lleension of C'rinlma ....... 1,238 95
Explncel- Let'islatlll of 1879 ................. 790 21
Expu'nse' Pr'sidell nial Elecors ................ 12 20
E \Ipt'is s AIndison Riot ...................... 1,547 45
Criniiin l lPrsculons ........... ... .. ...... :310 79
S;alt f r C(') nii])rolle 's Office ................. 725 00
Expenses' Penitentiary 1878 .................. 28 50
Conve\ ille Prisonerls to Penitentiary......... 119 00
(Jon il;il, on Digest ol'La\ws................ 3, 700 00
Inve.ligalion llonds of 187 .................. 183 55
IiId( lileidness of' SIlte......................... 1N 9 73
Expenses Indian Ilostilities 1841 .............. 1,3:1: 07
Expenses Printing i and Dist ribuion ol D)igest.. 3500 00
Janil or at Japilol ........................... 31600
Treasurer's Cerlilicaie s... ..... ...... ........ 25 00- $273,299 43
It nay be proper to remark that the expenditure reported
for printing the Digest does not include the entire cost of the
work. The bill for printing and binding the book, under the
contract, amounts to $5, 432.50, of which only $2,500 has been
paid to (late, and only that sum could he carried into the
account for the fiscal year 1881.















HONEDI) DEBT.

The bonded debt is as follows:
7 per 'ent. Bonds of 1871 ................... .(350,000 00
6 per cent. Bonds of 1873 ................... 925,000 00
8 per cent. Convention Bo ds ................ 1,500 -- -1 00
Of this indebtedness there is-
In Sinking Funds........................... 150,700 00
In School Fund ............................ 248,900 00
In Airicultural Collegc F tund ................ 125 00 (00
In Senmitiiiry F nal .......................... 85,000 00- 010,200 00

Leaving. iln the lin ds of private parlies ........ -,.,.. 11 00

III addition to the above 1onds there appears to be outstand-
ing 84,000 of IBonds issued in 1s57, which have never been pre-
sented at tile Treasury for payment of either prilnipal or in-
terest.
There are also 7 Ier cent. lhinds of the tlate lhld by the In-
di:i Trust Fund of the United Stales mniountini to .';1:'2,000,
but is an oft et the St:te has a claim :lginist tlie I united States
for an amount imore tlhan sufficient to cover tlie face of these
Bllods with interest.
U poln coliniinu illto ollice, I receilpted to ivY predecessor, tlhe
11oll. C( lulinlll us Drew, f' r 75, tol of tih six pl\l' cC(lll. lliolt
authorized to lie issued under li Ael dt' to Fe'irui e' 2 1.7:.
w hliclh iil I1I>o b1'een s, ld :Lii!
act. TleI l numbered S 't 1 'ron )11 L,'3. i el ::;11lll. 'e'llsl) e \\Jwe e de-
stroved on tlhe 17th Fli r l'' lu];itr,', is )Y, !iv a .C, niitlll t Ilew
Leoi ilitlure lappoinled, ior that |u'pl"se.

ILA\NJ)S so I) TO *Tl STATIC: T iF.FOR TAXIS.

The amount ofSta;e tOaxis nil lands unredeeied Januiary ist,
1<'. i, was 81 ,70).71. :s follow :
( I1 L;inds su41 in 1 1 7 .......................... .......... 11 I,74S (-
( .in ds ,lil ill 1 o 0 .......... ............... ....... I; !1 12

,].. 7tli! 7 i


T o I;t i al lim o il], rv d'(. ci ed ill 1S81 ................. ....... 1; 7

Unr l' deeL'idl..... ...... ................... ...... ...... ~1. 1S,000 56(
The inamonti sold ill 18' is less Iian11 that inl 1879 or 188o,
while the amount redeemed is larger than for either of tli.se
years.












4

REPORT OF STATE TAXES ON LANDS

Sold for Taxes and bought in fur the State in the year 18S1 in
the following counties, as reported to the Colmptroller's police:


Alachl na.................
Baker .. .................
Bradlord ................
B revard .......... ......
Callioun .................
Colum bia ................
C lay ....................
D uval ...................
D)ade ....................
Escam bia ................
F franklin .................
G adsden ........ ........
Ifillsborough....... ....
IH ernando................
Holmes. .................
llam ilton l ................
.Ja:ckson ................
Jef.rl soi l ........... .....
Levy. ..................
L eon ..... ..............


9!)93 59 Libert v.................. 56 12
...... Lafayette ................ 21 70
144 44 i M arion ......... ........ 1-8 89
431 00 Monroe ......... ........ 317 93
...... M adison ................. 9 98
144 51 Manatee... .......... 9 23
71 18 N;issau .. ............... 10 81
1240 84 rangee .................. 287 97
1. 1Polk. ..................... 32557
77 85 P nan ................. 193 52
49 55 Smwannec ............ .. 9 01
;S 23 Sunm er ................. ......
: 26 Santa Rosa............... .....
56 15 S. John ................. 7 00
...... T a lor .. .............. .. ...
5s 24 V dlun sia .................. 17270
210 14 W alton................... ....
30 27 W ashini'lon .............. ......
41 54 \W ikulil.. ............ (i7 07
2: 27
16


The 1'lotatl qn)(111111 of \:1r:1 i"Il~er l durill" 1I the vC:nl. is
.s 0 :1.()


ciit Ye:lr, as fidll l
1 olz 1"'81.~


I', ('lli(nl ]. .... .. Si.al..................
F i P ri bliul ......... ......................
lFor e.' irs .( (Culpilol ......................
For Sltioi]iery il E vencliv,, and Lui-lative'

Folr Exuses Dir'l- L.nv- ol F lo] 1'11, Pir'
Il', l [ ltb lI S !' ......i .... i .l. lll.................
! F ExpIni-s Digsb Lawsf Fl daComp.il-
il j. i . . . . . . . . . .
F ,qr Po't Mor'Ite I'n E : m ina' il i.' ..............
For Expmntl I el rI:I (Et' Il nllil: i)n .........
F'I r Salar ies E v'r:e ili\'I Iv )i D :rl 1iill ...........
Fr Salaries ,Julici:l D)p ini nil .............
'Fo' Juror- alld Wtlne'ss;s. ...................
For Approprialin for .I- l ilor i (''alpi:ld ......
For Applroprilion 6,vr W atc min i, al ('(; ilal.. .
For Expens' C(oll action ol ] ven, uciie .........
For Maintel nance olf Li tl:tel( s. ............ .
For Conlinll'ent Expenscs Sntl'pr!eme Co('i .....
For Exp)enses of Commniltee to Inveinz:tt ihe
i-smn of Bondls of 1873 ...... ..............
For Explenses Legislaturc o'f 1881.............
For Criminal Prosecutions ...................


5,0100 20
1,752 92

5l)0 00
2,590 (10

3,700 00
*LT(' 00
2,2:1 91
1 1,77:; -)4
2:1 2-9 11
1,9:;) 115
:;00 00
31111 00
15.,S1 43
21,282 45
1,197 48

183 55
69,1415 35
:10 79
















For Exp senses of Committee on Indian War
Cl.ims .................................... 280 30
For Sife i Ciomptroller's Office .............. 725 00
For Expelnses of Mililia to suppress riotl in
M adison ............ .................. .. 1,553 2 45- $201,710 22

SPECIAL ACTS FOR RELIEF. OF, &C.

Act to compensate Waller C. Maloney, Jr..... $i200 (10
Act libr hi e relief ot Thomas Ellis............ 42 00
Act lor the rlief t of Dr. 11. J. PIar.' ore ....... 19 00
Acl for the relief of Mel:radilh B. Alernatllv.... 80 00
Acl for thi relief of A. L. landolph and WV. A.
RI a ls .................................... 75 00
Acl lor thie relief ofl Win. Bowman land others. 46 10
Act Ior iii relief oif Iellmy J. Stewart ........ 40 00
Act for t lic relliet of \W illiani Marson......... 300 00
Act olr tlih I' wrli \iV ller Gwynn and others 490 7i
Art [or thil ri-lilt iof T. W Downiing .......... 0i 00
Acl (oIr tlih r lilef o A. Aloselev, Shlililf ....... 15; SO
Ac. l or ;thl r.elif ofl I F. Allisin, .. .... ....... 7 51
Act 1i lo i' relir l 1) M lI:.itm on d ....... (;0 00
A ct lorI lilt Il lict ot A li rti F i ............ 21s !:
A\I I lor Ihe r, lief o1 { i l 'elrt FI llll'ke, Al. ) ...... 10 001)
A.\c l,,r :li, elie' of F. J. iVille. ............. -I 5 O
Act l iir i, relief (i lli.1rv .JIc iii'an .......... 7 99
Acti r o he re-lef of )Ir' M. 1 I'P 'io. lied ....... 10 00
A ct i 'or Ihw lIe lilefo of i lin- 1 iU 1,,r....... .... .128 1.)
A c(.l lor the i lic o M r'-. II. Seeley. ....... 6; ;(ii
Ac(I or thli relief of Frec,!lick N. Fy. ... .... 191 00
Aii ior lic relief of M. C. Liuee aund olhels.. 1:i 7-- .2, 580 15

IOul 1S,0.
For !rep' iils lof Capii ol ................. ....... 40 7
Foi S n1 iiln iry f 0i lEx c)' tive :n, d Le.i.iaiive i
iDe i,:, ns. .......... ......... ........ .. i ll 7
'Fr I- pen-ii -e Bi eau oi i i mmir oliin .......... 10-1
FoI lPo) i I I[ tll lllem I lll :in lilo <. ... ......... .-ill 00
o S.lll.iai- E e tCI ive D)lleiarllllln' t .......... -i,8OI) I
F or, S : i jd- .I loiuI Jl 1) ,11rlli l'ti ............ 91 9:; 10
For E\|. enl-.e Col_, cliolnl (o 1;*e, | 1SS| u;] i
!ir', ii 1i- v(;1i ............... ..... ......... 20 1 10 00i)
F mr1 P] i i Il- ................ ......... 4,1-.12 00
ior .I in .tr :ul W itIsss ................. .... 19,Hl 43
Fior l ili i:I, iClu(ni 1o Lf ilil.( ............ ... 5l 391 14
F'or (l'o~:i lll l 1i; iii x 'ien-es Slun ine ( ..... 1 o. OS
orl A ppni.pr'| ala io]l In l .lm lolIr al Capilnl ...... 1I 00
For Alpprl pr'i: l ion l or W at\V;lclwIm n l i ('i:t C li l ... 13 23)
For .Expen('. l, r Aillpprehel sioii ofl Criminall s
prior ro Is l .................. .. ....... 1.12 40- ($6!),707 79

I'ol 1879.
For .TJuro s :ilnd W itt sesses .................... 77: 62
For {wird for Apprehension ol Criminals... )(00 00
For ExpI.enses of Leuislatlire. ...... ......... 7I)0 31
For .Mainlinance. of Lunatics ................. 2, 08 56- $5,372 39

















Full 187'.
FoolI JuTors tind Wini hitse ...................
Forui Colnveying PT-i ii,,Ti'.e, to J'1iiientOiTIIIT .....
FIo Ex penst'es (it' PC(it I IIIIAY ......... .......


For Jurorl~ls allId il~l~. ............. *
Fon .ThroTls and iTTw-es, Alilclgl, ...........
For Ci I eITT IITS t t tIo i IICI -il' l, 'lii t I......


88 00
1:15 50
28 30-


78 05
130 00
29 00-


A,25 00L




,1:)3 15


E'IT rjuros and ... ... ... ... .. 136 03
F or (IIITde tl Iedi T. o S klic, JI4,.I :!11(1 18 3 IT...... 129 41
For Coin lot voI I~lller,,, C, I tiflcttto-l 1 w)1. I I'll lI 1(SHlil-
t 6c, (of 1849 ...................1.......... 989 57- 1,255



Tlhlei is all t11u11III:il ejlwilitlr 01, ofI' )II o i ni t rest1', olT
fliv Imimiled doWl~, whlich) i, not~ iiichii~iet I ill thie st~l~omen'lt of
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111 .... ...................

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lHy Circuits the expenses are as follows :
First .Judicial Circuit (six counties) ...................... $6,0 3 75
Second .ruldicin l Circuit (seven coilnties) ..................... ;.,851 10
Third Judicil Circuit (six cou nll les) ..... .................. 10,704 15
Fourth .]Iilicial Ciicuit (six ciounties)....................... .. ,763 40
Filth .Julicial Circuit (tive enmitic') ..... ................... 7,74 73
Sixtli .JTdicitl circuit (five counties) ....................... 7,301 55
Seventh Judicial Circuit (tlihre counties) .............. .... .. :,320 00

$48,696 68
I'le table of assessment lor 18S1, shows an increase of 85,085-
677 in the taxable value of the property in the State since 1880,
anid an, increase of revenue froii tlhe occupation license t:ix of
822,86;. 18. This is a gratifying evidence of the growing pros-
perity of the people.
It, will be seen that tlhe taxes ol' Issi have been IIn;,r closely
collecttl than that of any previous year in tle history fi tlhe
State (G(ove'rnent. This may b :attributed boti toi te will-
ingillss with which the people will always submit to any rea-
sonable demands upon thlien f'or thle luiipnort of tilt' (overn-
mient, and to the efficiency of tile officers charged with tilhe
assessment and collection of the revenue; and it affords lme
pleasure tt, speak in tiers of conitnenti, ill ol' the revenue
officers throughout the State, wio have, in the lain discharged
lthe delicate and responsible duties enl'-uste'l to thelli with
lidlelit v and promptness.
\V. I). IA1NE;S, (omltroller.






I


Value of Property, with Gross and Net Amount State Taxes Assessed for the Year 1881, including Licenses and
Amount of Auction Tax.

SCOUNTIESS. lASuSE of "tT,'t"' /, i .c,, o -" L'tCoun ty iCounty Total for
COUNTIES. 1ale e .Ta.-. lo ,,- Propr,. School. ouSpecl. unty
Propo tyl sate Tao ;' GS F, wl S ,S ','il. I t -? itl ,i :, ', Purposes.


ALACHUA ...... 1-. $9,664.65 ** -. -* $2,189.57 18,422.74
BAKER... .. ,' 1,143.17 I 255.02 2,162.52
BRADFORD... 667,129 3.071.5t 1.3L4.26 667.11 667.11 5t.7U.1s
BREVARD ..... 49,174 2,121 Su 981.40 491.02 491.02 4,084.24
CALHOUN.... 137,503' 707.02 275,01 1:17.70 137.70 1,257.4:3
COLUMIA A... 953,586 4,670.34 1.907.17 5 51 05: .59 8,400.00
CLAY.......... 523.459 2.:130.27 1.)46.8s '24.:: 24.,; 4,425.87
DUVAL....... 4,673.981 20.976.92 9.:147 9, 4.07:,.s 4.67.'1. 39.672.,4
DADE.. ....... 25,740 126.42 51.12 2.5;, 25.5j 228. 6
ESCAMBIA.... 3,251,250 13,153.40 6.49;.25 :;.25 .4; ,2.; .43 26,153.51
FRANKLIN.... 247,182 1,167.70 494.: 6 247.96 247.9d 2.157.98
GADSDEN, .... 916,15 4.342.04 1.832.27 916.14 910.13 8.,00.58
HILLSBORO'.. 95;,088 4,247.99 1,800 24 95.;12 1 ,5:.11 8.050.46
HERNANDO... 557,9502 2,584.:0 1,115.00 557.95 957.95 4,81).10
HOLMES ..... 104.9921 576.47 20)9 105.2 1n5.28 '0 93
HAMILTON... 690,395! 3.,308.54 1,:;8o.81 690.64 690 64 6,070.6;;
JACKSON ..... 1,031,386 5,434.C4 2.062.76 .0.;34 1.03.4 9.564.08
JEFFERSON.. 1,512,125 7,538.50 ;,024.25 1,512.12 1.512.13 1.587.00
LEVY............... 43,599 2.933.29 1.'87.92 641.79 643.86 5 508.86
LEON .......... 1,684.732 7,364.42 3.369 .2 1.6b s.4 1,68.4' 14,110.54
LIBERTY...... 168,854 776.92 3;37.6. 170.:;: 17'3., 1.45521
LAFAYETTE.. 246,937 1,217.67 494.14 248 26 24S.27 2.28.:4
MARION....... 1,514.260 6.864.54 3.,2O 52 1.514.26 1.514.23 12.021.5
MONROE ...... 1.28.225 5.41.40 2.572.45 1.286.22 1,283.22 10.66.2
MADISON. .... 1,2133,950 6.015'.80 2.4-7.0 1.2:. 1.2 3.5 10.986.611
MANATEE.... 809.453 ;;.93d.82 1.7;.u1 sO.45 4 S..45 7.564.0:;
NASSAU........ 1,04.7 4.48 .1 2.091 1 1.,1lis 1].04,.u8, 8,678.62
OR ANGE ...... 1,716.534 7,: o.; ;3.4 .;.;. 1.71 i,, ,718.S5 14,2. "1.06
POLK ......... 3608.869 1,6S7.:14 7:,7.67 :;61.,1 ,;60i .;.1064 21
PUTNAM ...... 1,208.:18 5.:4.08 2.416, 1, 17 1,208.18, 10.467.5;
SI1TVANNEE .. 695,955 3.369.32 1 ,:1 '! 6s.l: i0.12 6,157 -
SUMTER .... 881i,745 3,973.71 1,774.40 SS.1 14 14 7.524 :9
SANTA ROSA. 75:.079 3,598.77 1,50 07 7, 114 75;;., 61192
ST. JOHNS..... 839.2851 769 65 1,678.55 slls S4.'., 7.12l.08S
TAYLOR....... 148,165 780 12 2'2d 1"l.s0ij 48.8; I..'s. I
VOLUSIA ..... 926.700 4.219 1 1.53:. 92,3 7 926, 7" 7.o'1. .2
WALTON...... 277,187 1.432.77 55.2 277.15 277.15 .41..
WASHINGTON 2011.355 .100 2 42 71 201.3: *l..6 11.:i ::.
WAKULLA .... ;14,8;13 1.516.68 6-9 5' 15.'i.; 315.6; 2.77.50t


.10,503.50
2,136.25
5,8;;1.24

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7.01.;1.4uo
4.212.67
26. 90.,8

25,373.:
2.11 1.5 S
6.957)5 9
7.617.84
4,6316.511
,90 7.07

0.0t1.54
12, 591.45
5.284 .0i
13,260.19
1.414.SS
1.521 86

9.89,3.78
10.071.104

8,51 t.4S
1,.831.67
3.004.21
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1,143.17: ;4 I 2,544.14
1.235.66 3.071.50 2,001.36 667.17 5,740.03
280.00 2,121.0O 1,226.39 1 980.40, 4,328.50
200.00 707.1i 412.71 275.01 1.394.74
2.130.o10 4,676.34 2,383 97 6,675.10 13,735.41
1.263.0 2,330.27 1.571.2 ....... 3.901.50
14,6910.00 16.:02.94 16,358.93 7,010.97 39.672.84
0.n 126 42 64.32 51.44 242.18
13,345.o0 13.738.58 8.130 84 7.808.24 29,707.66
7611.111 1.167.7o 088.70 371.27 2,527.67
1.575.uo0 4.342.14 2,290.36 1.832.27, 8,464.67
1.320.uO) 2.3;15.37 2,388 87 .... 4,754.24
751.05 2.584.30 1.673.86 1,115.90 5,:74.06
85.00o 57647 262.91 209.901 1049.28
1.570.00 3,308.54 1 726.21 1.380.81, 6,415.56
2,151.25 5,434.64 2,581.43: 2.062.71i 10,078.83
1,84500 7,538.50 3,779.2 8,317.08 19.635.50
2,505 01 2,292.65 2.574.92 ... .... 4,867.57
2.425.00 7,334.42 4,214.51 9,267 26 20 846.19
O.o0 0 773.29 421.461 337.64 1,532.39
290.001 1,217.67 988.18 494.17 2,700.02
1.69.00 1 5,350.28 5,299.91. 1,514.26 12,164.45
-.85n.'' 5,461.40 5,144.90' ....... 10,106.30
2.125.u 6.05 0.8l 3,084.90 6.786.70 15,922.40
S )0.nio :1,966,82 2,248.64 899.45 7,114.91
3.11.00I 4,486.:;1 4,192 32 2.096.15 10.774.78
03,o0 l 7,:.6;;.4u 6,858.0S 3,433.06 17,654.54
17o. n 1,687.;.4 1,007.02 737.67 3,4:2.03
3,245.30 5,06:4.68 4,227.41 1,208 17 11.071.26
1,05.)1 1 3.3609.:2 1,741.92 698.12 5,o810.36
295.110 3,973.71 2,,652.92 1,774.40 8,401.03
1,S808. 0 3,508.77 1,88'.01 2,636.o6 8,117.84
3.0 7.51 ,769.1i51 2.519.49 840.80 7,10.03
Is.),0 787 12' 370 81 206.28 1,454.21
911.70 4.209.16 3,707.10' 1.853.58 9,769.90
575.'10 1.432.77 692.97 554.29 2,680.03
185.25 1,100.92 805 42 402.71 2,30).05
201.)0 1.51 6.68 945.20' 629 56 3,0!1.44


$36,243,523 8160,0022S 572,4638.8 ;36. 067.22 .s6,267.26. 015.05.14. 28]1,927.175 $81.300.32 $156,607.41 8110,628.54; $93,529.19 $360,765.14
Add Licenses received from Inruranlce Companies. UAc........... ................ 4,'00.00

Total ....... ........... ..... ... ....... ............... ... $8 ,1 .32
Received from Ancticn Tax, $709.44. W-ILLIAI- D. BARNES, Comptroller.