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Title: Receipts and expenditures of Cuba
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00074117/00001
 Material Information
Title: Receipts and expenditures of Cuba
Physical Description: 1 v. (various paging) : tables. ; 23 cm.
Language: English
Creator: United States -- Division of Insular Affairs
Publisher: Govt. Print. Off.
Place of Publication: Washington
Publication Date: 1900
 Subjects
Subject: Finance, Public -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Genre: federal government publication   ( marcgt )
non-fiction   ( marcgt )
 Notes
General Note: Binder's title.
General Note: Miscellaneous reports of revenues of customs and expenditures of various agencies in Cuba.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00074117
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001511882
oclc - 24680714
notis - AHC4850

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    Letter of the secretary of war submitting a consolidated statement of fiscal affairs in the island of CUba, under the United States military government
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    Letter of the secretary of war accompanied by an itemized statement, by months, of customs collected in the island of Cuba
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    Statement of secretary of war of receipts of internal revenue in the island of Cuba
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    Statement of secretary of war of postal revenues in the island of Cuba during the period from january 1, 1899 to april 30, 1900
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    Letter of the secretary of war, submitting a corrected account of the postal revenues of the island of Cuba
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    Statement of the assistant secretary of war of receipts from telegraph lines in the island of Cuba
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    Statement of the secretary of war: itemized statement of miscellaneous revenues in the island of Cuba during the period from january 1, 1899, to april 30, 1900, as audited
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    Statement of the secretary of war of expenditures made under the heading of aid to destitute in the island of Cuba
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    Statement of the secretary of war of expenditures made under the heading of "agriculture, industry, commerce, and public works" in the island of Cuba
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    Letter of secretary of war, accompanying itemized statement of expenditures on account of the office of the auditor of the island of Cuba
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    Statement of the secretary of war of expenditures made under the heading of barracks and quarters in the island of Cuba
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    Itemized statement of expenditures made under the heading of barracks and quarters in the island of Cuba
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    Statement of the secretary of war of expenditures made under the heading of Cuban exhibit at Paris in the island of Cuba
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    Letter of secretary of war accompanying itemized statement of expenditures under the heading of customs service int he island of Cuba
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    Statement of the secretary of war of disbursements by ports made by collectors of customs
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    Statement of the secretary of war of expenditures made under the heading of charities and hospitals in the island of Cuba
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    Statement of the assistant secretary of war of expenditures in the island of Cuba on account of Cuban census
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    Statement of the assistant secretary of war of expenditures made under the heading of "extraordinary payments ordered by the general commanding the department" in the island of Cuba
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    Statement of the assistant secretary of war of expenditures made under the heading of "finance" in the island of Cuba
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    Letter of the assistant secretary of war accompanying itemized statement of expenditures on account of headquarters, division of Cuba
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    Statement of the secretary of war of expenditures on account of the Jucaro and San Fernando railroad in the island of Cuba
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    Statement of the secretary of war of expenditures made under the heading of justice and public instruction in the island of Cuba
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VOLUME 1.


1. Consolidated statement of fiscal affairs in the island
2. Revenues from customs.
3. Revenues from internal revenue.
4. Revenues from postal service.
5. Revenues from postal service corrected.
6. Revenues from telegraph lines.
7. Revenues, miscellaneous.
8. Expenditures, aid to destitute.
9. Expenditures, agriculture, industry, commerce,
works.
10. Expenditures, office of auditor.
11. Expenditures, barracks and quarters.
12. Expenditures, Cuban exhibit at Paris.
13. Expenditures, customs service.
14. Expenditures, captaincy of ports when disbursed
acting as captains of ports in Cuba.
15. Expenditures, charities and hospitals.
16. Expenditures, Cuban census.
17. Expenditures, extraordinary payments ordered b
commanding the department.
18. Expenditures, finance.
19. Headquarters.
20. Expenditures, Jucaro and San Fernando Railroad.
21. Expenditures, justice and public instruction.
22. Expenditures, municipalities.
23. Expenditures, miscellaneous.


of Cuba.







and pu


blic


by collectors,



y the general






COMMITTEE ON RELATIONS WITH CUBA,
U. S. SENATE.




LETTER

OF THE


SECRETARY OF WAR,

SUBMITTING A


CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF FISCAL AFFAIRS IN
THE ISLAND OF CUBA, UNDER THE UNITED
STATES MILITARY GOVERNMENT,

FROM JANUARY 1, 1899, TO APRIL 80, 1900,

AS AUDITED.



DIVISION OF CUSTOMS AND) INSULAR AFFAIRS,
WAR DEPARrTENT, U. S. A.




DECEMBER 13, 1900.




WASHINGTON:
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.
1900.














WAR DEPARTMENT,
Washington, December 13, 1900.
SIR: In further response to the resolution of your honorable com-
mittee of May 30, 1900, calling for a report of the revenues and
expenditures in the island of Cuba from date of American occupation
to and including April 30, 1900, in order to comply with the direction
to your honorable committee, reading:
Said committee shall investigate and report as to receipts as follows: From cus-
toms; from postal service; from internal revenue; from all other sources, specifying
the details as far as practicable, and particularly the places where and dates within
which said amounts were collected or received, and the officer or officers collecting
and receiving the same, as well as the law or authority under which said amounts
were in each instance so collected or received;
and the further direction that-
Said committee shall investigate and report as to the expenditures of said amounts
so received, the necessity and propriety thereof, specifying in classes and detail, so
far as practicable, said expenditures, and particularly the work, services, or property
for which said expenditures were made and the value thereof, also the law or author-
ity under which each of said expenditures was made, the officers, civil or military,
by whom said expenditures were authorized, and the officer, civil or military, by
whom said expenditure was made, and the particular fund from which the money
was taken for said expenditure-
I have the honor to inclose herewith a consolidated statement of fiscal
affairs in the island of Cuba under the United States military govern-
ment from January 1,1899, to April 30, 1900, as audited.
It will be noted that the respective amounts of receipts and expendi-
tures shown under the various headings in the trial balance agree in
total with those heretofore furnished in detail to your honorable
committee.
Statements of revenues collected by each officer and expenditures
made by each officer, together with a statement of the items in sus-
pense, are furnished herewith.
The transfer items in suspense on April 30, 1900, are properly taken
care of by the auditor subsequent to that date, the inclosed statement
of same being necessary at this time simply in order to show the
accounts in balance at the end of the period covered by the consoli-
dated statement and trial balance.
The other items in suspense on April 30, 1900, will likewise shortly
be disposed of by the auditor, and it is a reasonable presumption that
the figures now given are not subject to any material modification.
Very respectfully,
EuIH ROOT,
Secretary of War.
Hon. 0. H. PLATT,
Chairman Committee on Relations with Cuba,
United States Senate.






4 CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CUBAN FISCAL AFFAIRS.

The United States military government of the island of Cuba in account with its officers
throughout the island from January 1, 1899, to April S0, 1900.

[Prepared from certificates of accounts furnished by the auditor of the island of Cuba.]

CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT AND TRIAL BALANCE.
DEBTOR.

Account. Amount.

Expenditures under the heading of-
Barracks and quarters............ ...... ............................. 1,412,332.73
Sanitation................................................................. 4,082,557.72
Rural guard and administration................................................... 1,811,088.23
Public works, ports, and harbors................................................... 815,836.96
Charities and hospitals........ ...................................................... 794,891.95
Miscellaneous (less $1.67 refunded) ............................................... 320,444.27
Aid to destitute.................................................................. 223,992.93
Quarantine......................................................... 190, 867.17
Jucaro and San Fernando Railroad ... ...................................... 35,318.66
Expenditures by collectors of customs ......................................... 700,947.92
Other customs expenditures.................................................... 346,441.05
Treasurer's office ............................. ...................... ....... 90,357.08
Auditor's office.................. ................................................. 62,212.43
Headquarters, Division of Cuba ................................................... 80,617.78
State and government................. ................................. 969,104.27
Justice and public instruction......................... ............................ 1,272,688.22
Finance-expended...............................................329,501.48
refunded................................................... 3,778.91
333,280.89
Agriculture, industry, commerce, and public works............................... 422,524.74
Municipalities (less $7,319.54 redeposited)......................................... 2,544,921.69
Extraordinary payments ordered y the general commanding the department.... 64,346.71
Census.............................................................................. 291,347.44
Revenues refunded ................................................................ 3,715.16
Postal expenditures ................................................................. 677,146.50
Refunded account of calendar year 1898........................................ 10.00
Paris exposition........................ .................................... 24,798.40
Excess payments to the United States Government............................... 846.60
Funds transferred between officers ......................................... 9,871,254.22
Deposits with the treasurer of customs and treasurer of Cuba ........................ 20,833,782.77
Loss in exchange of United States and foreign moneys................................. 2,630.18
Warrants paid by the treasurer ............................................. 18,873,658.49
Amount in hands of the treasurer of Cuba April 30................................ 2,000,237.32
Balance, April 30,1900 ....................... ................................... 2,655,687.04
Total ......................................... ................. 71,809,387.02


CREDITOR.

Balance January 1,1899 .............................................................. 17,118.43
Receipts under the heading of-
Customs revenues ................................................................ 20,248, 854.99
Postal revenues ................................................ 333,561.07
Internal revenues ........................................................ .. 1,077,247.10
Telegraph-line receipts..................... .......... ...... 63,730.59
Less amount in suspense ....................................... 15,440.22
48,290.37
Miscellaneous revenues .................................................... 72,066.08
Gained in exchange of United States and foreign moneys........................ 18,194.47
Amount refunded out of payment charged as expenditures ....................... 7,402.96
Warrants collected by officers in Cuba.......................................... 19,504,392.76
'Funds transferred between officers in Cuba.................................. ... 9,630,393.49
Cash found in Habana custom-house safe...................................... 1,814.32
Items in suspense account........................... ............................... 16,268.19
Treasurer of customs and treasurer of Cuba .................................... ..... 20,833,782.77
Total.................... .......................................................... 71,809,387.02





CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CUBAN FISCAL AFFAIRS. 5


Statement of expenditures in the island of Cuba during the period from January 1, 1899,
to April 80, 1900, as audited, showing the net amount expended by each officer.


Maj.J.B.Aleshire...... ...................
Capt. John Biddle..............................
Lieut. F. E. Bamford ................... .....
Lieut.S.Burkhardt ...........................
Col. G.L. Brown................................

Lieut. Preston Brown ...........................
Capt.J.Y.M. Blunt..............................
Maj.George P. Barker...........................
Capt.W.B. Barker.............................
Maj. George A. Bartlett ........................
Lieut. Col. W.H.Bisbee ........................
Maj. M. C. Butler, jr ...........................
Lieut. W. B. Burtt............................
Lieut. Col. W. M. Black ..........................
Capt. George Bell,jr. (census)............. .....
Capt. Geo. Bell, jr....................... ....
Capt. George F. Barney ................. ......
Lieut. W.J. Barden............................
Capt.H. H.Benham ............................
ieut. E.C. Brooks..............................
Lieut. J. W. Beacham............................
4 apt. John Bigelow ...........................
Capt. W.N. Blow ................................
Lieut. A. P. Barry ..............................
Capt. E. Chandler..............................
Capt.Geo.A.Cornish...........................
Lieut. D.J. Carr ................................
Capt. W. H. Chatfield............................
Bng. Gen. L. H. Carpenter.......................
Brig.Gen.A.R.Chaffee .........................
Lieut. J.R. Church.......... ...................
Capt. George S. Cartwright......................
Capt. H.B.Chamberlin..........................
Maj.N.H.Creager ...........................
Lieut.F. V. S. Chamberlain ....................
Mr.J. A.Clark..................................
Lieut.L.D.Cabell.................... .......
Lieut.E.N. Cook ................................
Rear-Admiral B. J. Cromwell..................
Lieut.W.B.Carr ................................
Maj. W. F. Carter................................
Dr. J.D.Costello.................................
Lieut. O.S.Durfee...............................
Capt.S.F.Dutton ..............................
Maj. Orlando Ducker...........................
Lieut. A. J. Dillon ...............................
Maj.John G. Davis (American gold).............
Maj.John G.Davis (Spanish gold)..............
Lieut. C. A. Darnall.............................
Maj. F.S.Dodge................................
Mr. B. F. Davis, acting treasurer.................
Headquarters..............................
Division of Cuba............................
American consul ..........................
Auditor.................................
Aid to destitute............................
Ma. F.H.Edmonds............................
MaJ. John G. Evans ............................
Capt.E.A.Ellis .................................
Lieut. H. Erickson ...........................
Capt.W.G.Evans......... ................
Lieut. F. B. Ely..... ... ...............
Capt. F. P. Fremont...... ................
Capt Logan Feland....... ..................
Capt.F.S.Foltz .......................... .....
Capt.J. T. French, jr .............................
Mr. F. P. Ferris... .....................
Col. Cornelius Gardner..........................
Capt. John H.Gardner ......................
Capt Noel Gaines...............................
Capt. Ross Granger................... ....
Maj. W.C.Gorgas .............................
Do .....................................
Capt. George P. Griffin ..........................
Capt. George L.Goodale ...................
Lieut. Col. H. Y. Grubb ..........................
Ma. E.St.J.Greble ...........................
Capt.J.A.Gaston .............................
Mr. J. Garriga ...............................
Capt. Jas. G. Green .........................
Capt. C.H.Grierson ............................
Maj. G.L. Grimes................................
Capt. S.V. Ham ................................
Capt. C. H. Hartman ...........................
Lieut. J. G. Harbord ............................


Matanzas ............................
.....do ................................
Clego de Aila.
Ctego de Avila........................
Matanzas ..........................
Inspector-general, provinces Santi-
ago, Puerto Principe, and Trinidad.
Cienfuegos ...........................
Habana ............................
Santa Clara .........
Cienfuegos ..........................
Habana .............................
.....do ..............................
.....do ..............................
.....do ...............................
.....do ...............................
Pinardel Rio......................
.....do ....... ................
Habana, Vedado Battery.............
Matanzas.......................
Trinidad...........................
Habana ...........................
Guanajay..........................
Mayan ............................
Puerto Principe .....................
Matanzas.............................
Sugua la Grande......................
Ciego de Avila ....................
Santiago.........................
Baracoa ...........................
Puerto Principe ...................
Habana ........ ...............
Santiago..........................
Matanzas...........................
Cardenas and Matanzas ............
Pinardel Rio.......................
Sagua la Grande....................
Mayor of Regla, Habana ............
Guantanamo........................
Cardenas ..........................
Habana, United States naval station.
Habana, Santa Clara battery .........
Habana ..........................
Santiago............................
Ciego de Avila.....................
Guanajay .........................
Habana ............. .............
Puerto Principe ...................
Habana ...........................
....do.............................
....do ...............................
.....do............ ...............
.....do...........................
.....do...............................
.....do .............................
....do...........................
.....do............. ................
.....do...............................
Pinar del Rio........................
Habana .............................
Guaptanamo.....................
Nuevitas ...........................
Cardenas ..........................
Sagua la Grande ....................
Sancti Spiritus ......................
Colon................................
Matanzas ............................
Habana .............................
Marine quarantine service, Habana..
Cienfuegos. ........ ............
Placetas.............................
Habana .............................
Placetas.............................
Habana .............................
....do...........................
Remedios ...........................
uemados.........................
Holguin... .................
Habana ....

Guine ..............................
Guineas ...
United States naval station, Habana.
Santiago ..........................
Habana ........................
Nuevitas ....... ..............
Puerto Principe.... ............
Manzanillo.......... .........


358,180.56
33,848.17
19, 595.13
1,015.70
4,800.63

28,816.44
51,259.30

17,678.56
3,802.78
23,381.01
20.00
783,312.26
20,355.15
4,690.81
5,050.85
63,453.81
22,811.92
1,759.03

657.58
21,479.84
8,549.24
10.00

2,301.22
41,258.09
7,522.33
60,026.44
210,020.82
151,021.02
46,375.64
14,941.36
1,437.95
10,431.40
107,784.96
20,074.05
941.89
286.81

10,544.11
33,912.52
2,090.19
38,410.62
155,581.47
60,954.32
9,660.30

134,399.90
124,360.03
240,852.07
100.25
51,726.49
110.00
870.00
4,648.63

4,382.20

1,940.57
89,246.88
314.86
4,572.79
33,168.32
180,233.98
2,483.84
32,085.83
1,848.13
907.88
139,726.04
22,168.07
90.29
96,649.10
13,720.62
4,057.02
34,893.37
114.70
2,300.14
70,650.13
4,897.95
29,055.64
15,367.47
84,200.40






6 CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CUBAN FISCAL AFFAIRS.

Statement of expenditures in the island of Cuba during the period from January 1, 1899,
to April 30, 1900, etc.-Continued.


Capt. J. H. Heatwold ............................. Pinar del Rio ........................ 2,937.90
Capt. C.B. Hepbun ...................... ..... Puerto Principe...................... 3,817.15
Capt. E. A. Helmick ........................... Matanzas........................... 115,714.34
Capt. Duncan Henderson ...................... Caibarien ............................ 30.27
Capt. Ambrose Higgins..................... Pinar del Rio ....................... 2,034.36
Lieut. Col. M. Hooten ........................... Guantanamo....................... 30,247.80
Col. D. N. Hood................... ............ Holguin .............................. 16,757.14
Capt. C.B.Hoppin ............................ Santa Clara... ................. ............
Lieut.J.B. Hughes.......................... Holguin ... ..............................
Brig.Gen. C.F.Humphrey ............. ..... Habana .............................. 904,173.66
Mr, G. W. Hyatt .................................. Guanabacoa ....................... 46,355.26
Lieut. J.L.Hines................................ Paso Caballo ....................... 27,172.93
Do ....................................... Cienfuegos ........................ 75,133.14
Lieut. L. Hardman................................. Mayari ............................... 9,008.54
Lieut.A.J. Harris............................... agua la Grande ..................... 12,734.98
Lieut. W. W. Hamilton .......................... Cabana Barracks.......................... ..
Mr. D.C. Herrera, acting auditor.......... ..... Habana .............................. 10,485.94
Aid to destitute ............................. ....do............................... 86.00
Treasurer ......... ......................... .....do................................ 11,254.86
Headquarters .................. .............do ............................ 38,282.49
American consul............................... do........ ......................... 1.50
Capt. E. B.Ives....... .......................... Quemados and Habana .............. 16,320.41
Do ................ ................... ..... Hab na .............................. 49,485.96
Do ..............................................do .............. ................... 9,752.90
Do ......... .................................. .... ......... .....................
Lieut. M.S.Jarvis ........................... ; Maari .... ........................ 83,292.70
Capt.J. F.Kernan.............................. Matanzas ... .......................... 62,941.67
Lieut. A. E. Kennington............... ... Ma........... Maari ............................. 6,066.84
Capt. H. F. Kendall .......................... Nuevitas .......................... 16,441.28
Lieut. I'. D. Lochridge.......................... Santa Clara.......................... 96,631.98
Lieut. P. D. Lochridge ((cInsu1 .............do ............................. 70,358.57
Lieut. F E. Lacey ......... .................... Pinar del Rio........................ 10,084.37
Capt.John Landstreet ................... .... ....do ................................ 4,660.52
Capt. F. T. Leigh ............................. Santiago...........................................
Lieut. Michael Linnchan ...................... Caibarien ..........................................
Capt.O.M.Lissak.............................. Habana.............................. 4,892.60
Brig.Gen.Wmn.Lnudlow ...............................do.............................. 2,000.00
Lieut. F. E. Lyman. jr.......................... Matanzas....... ................... 15, 640.79
Maj.E.F. Ladd .................................. Treasurer of customs, Habana ....... 470,381.06
Lieut. W. Lutz ................................. Paso Caballo....................................
Capt. G. H. McDonald ............. .......... Bayamo ......................... 30.00
Capt. F. B. MCoy ............................ Sagua la Grande..................... 2,414.62
Lieut.J. B. McLtughlii ... .................. Santiago,......................... ..............
Lieut. W. F. Martin ........................... Guantanamo ........................ 408.41
Maj. W. H. Miller .............................. ienfuegos and Matanzas ............ 300,868.21
Maj. W.H. Miller (census).................. Cienfuegos .......................... 36,421.96
Lieut. William Mitchell............................lguin ........................ 799.18
Col. H. B. Money ................................ B a ......Bar acon ................ 4,311.65
Col. Edward Moale ... .................. bana........................... Habana ... 2,091.47
Maj.F.B.Mott........................................do.............................. 552.09
Capt. Arthur Murray............. ............Aat...... ......... .......... 55,371.57
Capt. L. S. MCormick.........................Quemado........... .................. 6,917.48
Mr. R. Montalvo............................... abana ........................ 84,112.07
Lieut.John M. Morgan ...................... Nuevitas .... .........................
Lieut. Robert McCleave......................: Caibarien ............................ 27,197.06
Mr. A. G. Osuna .................................. Habana ........................... 70,730.81
Lieut. L. W. Oliver ..... ................... Guanajay and Caibarien ............. 2,582.25
Lieut.R.. Paxton... ................... Holguin... ...................... 109,367.72
Capt. Abner Pickering........................ Trinidad .......................... 19,022.99
Lieut. W. F. aine..... ................. Plaetas..........................
Capt. M. R.Peterson........................... Matanzas .......................... 34,459.05
Lient.H. M. Powell ....................... Pinr d io...................... 25,834.49
Col.James S. Pettit ............................ Manzanillo.......................... 23,176.05
Capt. A.R. Paxton ............................... Ciegode Avila........................ 194.00
Lieut. W.G. Penfield ............................ Pinar del Rio........................ 38,376.40
Lieut.J.McA. Palmer........................... Puerto Principe ...................... 66,688.29
Maj. W. L. Pitcher.............................. Habana .............................. 394.41
Do ........................................... ...do........................... ... 19,233.77
Col. W. A. Rafferty .......................... Santa Clara ......................... 1,207.00
Col. G.M.Randall................................ Habana ............................. 812.00
Col. P. H.Ray ................................... Guantanamo....................... 5,479.87
Lieut. F.J. Rice ................. ........ Habana ........................... 2,600.00
Lieut. Sedgwick Rice ........... ............. do ... ........do...... ...................... 20,614.20
Lieut. R. 0. Rickard ............................ Cientuego ........................... 4, 670.41
Capt. Samuel Reber.............. ........ M.atanzas.......... ....... 6,967.24
Sergt. Chas. V. Russell......................... Puerto Padre....................... 401.77
Lieut. John J.RyaIn ............................ Santiago............................. 15,171.28
Capt. E. W. Rydman........................... Cienfuegos ......................... 1,390.00
Lieut. F. W. Rowell.. ...................... Sancti Spiritus....................... 1,714.77
Lieut. C.B. Rogan, jr .......................... Ciego de Avila... .................. 8,192.36
Lieut. S.D. Rockenbachl.......... .. .. Manzanillo........................... 46,977.78
Lieut.H. A.Roberts....................... Puerto Principe ..................... 43,562.61
Lieut. R. P. Reeder .............................. Guanajay........................ 46,347.24
Col. H. H.Sargent .......................... Guantanamo................ ...... 3,702.12
Col.S.D.Seyburn............ .............. Guanajay.....................................
Maj. H. L.Scott................................. Habana.............................. 145,404.67





CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CUBAN FISCAL AFFAIRS. 7


Statement of expenditures in the island of Cuba during the period from January 1, 1899,
to April 30, 1900, etc.-Continued.


Lieut. W. G. Sills.................................
Capt.H.J. Slocum...............................
Capt.S. A. Smoke................................
Leut. W.C. Short ..............................
Lieut C. Smith................................
Mr. Walter Fletcher Smith.....................
Do ..........................................
Capt. John Stafford.............................
Capt.C.J.Stevens..............................
Lieut. Victor Shepherd...........................
Ma. S.V.Sturgis ...............................
Maj.J. F. Stretch ................................
Lieut.H. W. Stamford........................
Capt.Chas. J. Symmonds....................
Do .......................................
Lieut. A. E.Saxton ...............................
Mr. William C. Strong...........................
Do ........................................
Capt.W. S.Scott................... ......
Mr. R. W. Suarez...............................
Lieut. W. M.Talbott.............................
Do ............................ ...........
Lieut.G.S. Turner .............................
Maj. F. E. True..................................
Lieut. F.O.Vincent.............................
Capt. C.D. Vodges ..............................
Mai.Jas.L.Wilson..............................
Ma. Jas. L. Wilson (census)......................
Capt. Thos. H. Wilson .........................
Lieut. F. A. Wilcox..............................
Lieut. H. S. Wagner ...........................
Lieut. W. E. Welsh ..............................
Maj. C. S. Walton (American gold)..............
Maj. C.S.Walton (Spanish gold)................
Col. S. M. Whitside ...........................
Lient. A. E. Williams............................
Capt. W. M. Wright..........................
Col.T.S.Wylie...................................
Capt.J. P. Wooten................................
Brig. Gen. Leonard Wood......................
Lieut. Chas. S. Wallace..........................
Capt. E. K. Webster..............................
Capt. E. Wittenmyer ..................... .....
Lieut. W.Whitside...........................
Maj.W.T. White...............................
Maj.O.E.Wood.......... .....................
Lieut. H.O. Willard...........................
Capt. J. M. Watson....... ................
Capt. A. W. Yancy...........................
Lieut. Commander Lucien Young ..............
Do .... .............................
Mr. William S. Yeatman....................
Do ...........................................
Collectors of customs...........................
Do ......... ........................ .......
Do ............ .......... ..................
Do................................. ....
Do.....................................
Do........................................
Do ..........................................
Do ..........................................
Do ........................................
Do ..........................................
Do ..........................................
Do ..........................................
Do ..........................................
Do ..........................................
Do ..........................................
Do ....................................
Mr. B. F. Davis...............................

Mr. D. C. Herrerez..............................
Mr. E. G. Rathbone.............................
Mr. R.Martinez.................................

Mr. A. P. Utrera...............................
Mr. Ricardo Martinez ..........................
Do ........................................
Mr. M. de la Torre.............................
Mr. Isaac Corillo.................................
Mr. M. M. Repriso....................... .....
Mr. M. S. Trelles................................
Mr. J. A. Pedraza...............................
Mr. A. Silva.................................


Placetas .............................. $9.33
Quemados........................ 74,303.71
Cienfuegos ........................... 23,596.60
Bayamo .............................. 89.00
Santa Clara........................... 10.64
Paymaster engineers, Habana........ 1,722,529.65
....do ............................... 16,234.02
Habana............................... 363.56
Matanzas............................. 83,773.14
Habana and Santiago ................ 57,390.23
Quemados ........................... 52,192.03
Habana............................... 103,450.62
.....do ............................... 14,900.86
Puerto Principe ..................... 105,464.15
.....do ............................ 161,917.77
Santiago.............................. 475,880.23
Paymaster engineers, Habana........ 518,560.71
Habana .......... ......................
Ciegode Avila........................ 1,450.59
Habana ............................. 11,285.38
.....do ............................... 8,086.12
.....do ............................... 33,423.71
Cardenas ............................ 4,187.22
Washington, D.C.................... 26,423.51
Santa Clara.......................... 6,047.19
Pinar del Rio......................... 3,921.69
Quemados.......................... 32,426.25
Habana ............................. 35,720.91
Caibarien .......................... 12,330.71
Guanajav ......................... 122,439.53
Quemados............................ 69.33
Cardenas............................. 16, 754.92
Habana ............................ 428,731.82
.....do............................. 163,751.72
Manzanillo...... ....... ....... .......
Cienfuegos .......................... 24,047.23
Sagua la Grande..................... 25,479.20
Baracoa ............... ............. 3,000.00
Habana ............................. 834.00
Santiago............................ 260,943.4 ,
Puerto Principe..................... 2,624.1s
Paso Caballo......................... 120.00
Puerto Principe..................... 16,092.92
Santiago .......................... 190,271.13
Habana ............................ 6,558.35
.....do... ...............................
Mayari ............................. 4,190.09
....do............................... 6,069.03
Santiago.............................. 150.00
Habana ............................. 59,755.28
....do ............................... 412.99
Washington, D. C.................... 19,729.85
.....do............................... 4,162.11
Baracoa ............................ 10,393.37
Batabano............................ 2,657.83
Cienfuegos........................... 98,151.96
Cardenas ............................ 30,219.37
Caibarien ........................... 14,925.53
Guantanamo ........................ 16,235.73
Gibara............................... 17,611.74
Habana ............................. 306,004.97
Manzanillo.......................... 18,451.57
Matanzas........................... 66,009.21
Nuevitas ............................. 23,040.39
Sagua la Grande .................... 16,750.91
Santa Cruz .......................... 2,685.96
Santiago ........................... 56,880.55
Trinidad .......................... 16,212.15
Tunas de Zaza....................... 4,716.68
Disbursing clerk at Habana custom- 59,517.39
house.
.....do............................... 44,626.35
Director-general of posts, Habana ... 677,146.50
Treasurer-general province of Ha- 1,240,148.64
bana.
Habana ............................. 26,291.45
Treasurer of province of Habana..... 696,437.70
.....do ............................... 1,409.41
.....do............................... 100,552.72
Habana ............................. 43,918.88
Treasurer of Province of Pinar del 306,004.01
Rio.
Treasurer of province of Matanzas... 491,607.75
Treasurer of province of Santa Clara. 545,944.55
Treasurer of province of Puerto Prin- 278,185.74
cipe.





8 CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CUBAN FISCAL AFFAIRS.

Statement of expenditures in the island of Cuba during the period from January 1, 1899,
to April SO, 1900, etc.-Continued.

Mr. A. Silva...................................... Treasurer of province of Porto Prin- $1,290.38
cipe.
Mr. E. Bacardi ....... .. Treasurer of province of Santiago.... 321,166.48
Mr. T. A. Eschandy..... .................. Rodas .............................. 180.31
Mr. J. F. Cossio : ..... ... ....... .. Vegas ........................... ..... 188.2S
Mr. A. Criado........ Puerto Principe ...................... 673.75
Mr. S. de St. de Jesus......... ............ .....do .... ................... 494.70
Mr. R. L. Luaces.................. .... ........ do ............................... 700.00
Mr. R. de Armos....... .................. Colon ................................ 766.93
Mr. A. Carnot................ .... ... Matanzas..............................
Do ........... ................... Matanzas...........................................
Mr. J. Tomas .... ... ............... ....do ............................... 720.22
Mr. T. F. Jiminez..... .................. Puerto Principe..................... 500.00
Mr. J. A. Casanova ...... ................. Santo Domingo....................... 394.00
Mr. C. C. de Quiros .... .................. Santa Clara ......................... 380.00
Mr. R. Lombard ............................... Cardenas ........................... 387.31
Mr. A. Perez ......... .................... Remedies ........................... 852.67
Mr. D. Pina....... ...................... Sancti Spiritus ...................... 212.50
Mr. F. Canto........................... ...... Sagua la Grande ..................... 915.45

Total expended..................................................................... 17,578,411.12
Add amounts refunded by treasurers of finance ........................................ 1,141.24
17,579,552.36
Deduct-
Amount refunded by various parties, the same being unexpended pro-
portion of moneys placed in their hands by treasurers of finance and
treated as expenditures in the accounts of these officers ...... ....... $7,319.54
Amounts transferred by collectors of customs, reported in their accounts
as expenditures....................................................... 95.82
7,415.36

Net amount expended, as shown by consolidated statement and trial balance..... 17,572,137.00
Transfer items credited in accounts current of officers in Cuba from July 1, 1899, to April
30, 1900, which are not correspondingly entered in the accounts of officers to whom the
transfers are said to have been made.

From- To- Amount.

W.G.Penfield...................................... Pedro Marquez y Rivas ............. $2,000.00
Do .................................................do .................... ....... 500.00
Do ........................................ ................................ 530.00
H.J. Sloeum....................... ....... J.M.Pardinas ....................... 25.00
Do............................................ Fr.Sanchez.......................... 691.79
Do........................................... J.Fernandez ......................... 96.46
Do ................................ .. do ................................ 108.66
Do ......................................... F.L. Vidal........................... 366.60
Do............................................. Alf. Martinez......................... 919.65
Do......................................... F.Collado............................ 90.00
Do .................................. ..A.Vivanso ........................... 1,908.09
Do............................................. J. Fernandez ....................... 500.00
Do........ ........................ J.Castillo........................... 483.00
Do................................... ... F.Mederos ........................... 239.00
Do............................................ J.G.Garredo ......................... 179.16
Do.......................................... G.Mindaze ......................... 128.66
Do ............................ ........... J.entulia........... ........ ..... 6,364.06
Do............................................. G.L. Goodale ....................... 175.00
Do ...................................... .. A. M.Diaga........................... 1,003.82
Do ........................................ C.Austa ............................. 1,233.70
J. F. French................................... J. F. Stretch.......................... 3,050.96
W. H. Miller ................................... G. S. Cartwright..................... 210,273.09
H. J. Slocum.............................. .. F. Sanchez .......................... 2,136.14
M. de laTrue ..................................... F. L. Vidal ........................... 430.00
Do...................................... J. M. Zayas........................... 240.15
M. S. Trelles.................................. S. Betel............................. 1,000.00
Do ..................................... ... J.G. Peralta........................ 200.00
J. A. Pedraza ..................................... J. G.Vega............................ 299.00
Do...................................... ....do ................................ 584.50
Do..... ..................... .. A. Arguelles................ .............. 2,840.00
Do................................... J. ourke.......................... 1,700.00
Do ................................... F. Canto............................ 1,700.00
Do............................................ M. Arms........................... 750.00
Do ....................................... ms ........................... 751,400.00
Do ....................................... Tom Pindo .......................... 1,200.00
Do ........................................... Bernabe Pina........................ 350.00
Do.......................................... .. ................................ 1,200.00
Do........................................... Tomas Pina ........................ 475.00
Total ................................................. ............................. 246,166.49
Amount charged and not credited ........ .......................................... 5,305.76
Net excess amount credited ............. .... ..................... ....... 240,860.73





CONSOL ATED STATEMENT OF CUBAN FISCAL AFFAIRS. 9

1lansfer items charged in accounts current of officers in Cuba, from July 1, 1899, to April
80, 1900, which are not correspondingly entered in the accounts of the officers from whom
the transfers are said to have emanated.


To- From- Amount.


F.E.Bamford............................... ... J.McA. Palmer ....................... 3,352.00
F.V.S. Chamberlin ................................ A.J.Harris ........................... 1,902.32
G.L.Goodale....................................... H.S. Wagner ......................... 2.45
C.B.Rogan ....................................... W.M. Talbott.................. ......... 48.96
C.F. Hartman...................................... C.B.Hepburn (difference) ........... .02
T. .Blss.......................................... J.T.R.Landis ......... ......... .01
Total......................................... ........................................ 5,805.76


DRAFTS IN TRANSIT.

Statement of treasury of Cuba warrants taken into the accounts of officers in whose favor
drawn in the month of April, 1900, and not credited in the account of the treasurer of
Cuba until after May 1, 1900.


Capt. W. B. Barker...................
Lieut. W. J.Barden .................
Capt. H. H. Benham ................
Lieut. A. P. Berry.................
Capt. George S. Cartwright ..........
Leut.L.D. Cabell ....................
Mr. B.F. Davis.......................
Do..............................
Lieut. F.D.Ely.......................
Capt. F.P. Fremont...................
Capt. John H. Gardner ...............
MajE. St.J. Greble .................
Capt. George L. Goodale..............
Liet. M.S. Jars ....................
Lieut. P. D. Lochridge ...............
Lient. Robert McCleave ..............
Lieut. R. G. Paxton ...................
Lieut. S. D. Rockingback .............
Lieut. Russell P. Reeder...............
Maj.J.F.Stretch .....................
Lieut. W.W.Whitside ...............
Capt. J.M.Watson....................
Lieut. Commander Lucien Young.....


8327.00
12,000.00
1,402.00
2,746.33
6,500.00
13,860.00
19,442.33
250.00
1,398.54
2,468.00
997.00
4,323.16
13,178.57
10,800.00
5,553.29
1,970.00
8,376.00
13,100.00
2.500.00
491.00
80,000.00
2,400.00
3,551.00


Mr.R. Martinez.......................$145,080.29
Mr. M.de la Torre ................... 99,878.64
Mr. M.S.Trelles ...................... 87,060.10
Mr. A.Silva........................... 31,920.57
Mr.E.Bacardi ....................... 54,657.36
Collector of customs at-
Batabano........................ 223.57
Cardenas........................ 2,037.00
Caibarien.......................... 1,107.85
Guantanamo...................... 1,409.17
Gibara .......................... 1,565.80
Matanzas........................ 2,821.01
Nuevitas.......................... 90.00
Tunas de Zaza..................... 242.00
635,727.58
Deduct $4,993.31 for warrants drawn in
favor of the collector of customs at
Santiago in April 1900, taken into the
account of the collector in May, 1900. 4,993.31
'630,734.27


INet difference between treasury of Cuba warrants shown in trial balance, as collected by officers
In Cuba, and the amount shown as warrants paid by the treasurer of Cuba.

statement of receipts in the island of Cuba during the period from January 1,1899, to April
0O, 1900, as audited, showing the amount collected by each officer.


Maj. J. B. Aleshire...............................
Capt. John Biddle.............................
Lieut. Preston Brown...........................
Lieut Col. W.M. Black...........................
Capt. H.H.Benham............... ........
Lieut. A. P. Berry ....................... ......
Capt. W. H.Chatfield............................
Capt. George S. Cartwright..................
Lieut.F.Van S. Chamberlain ..................
Lieut. O.S. Durfee...............................
Maj.John G. Davis..............................
Do ..........................................
Lieut. C. R. Darnall .............................
Maj. F.S. Dodge................. .................
Mr. B. F. Davis .................................
Capt. E. A. Helmick.............................
Lieut.J.L. Hines...............................
Lieut. A. J. Harris ...............................
Capt. E.B.Ives.................................
Liet. P.D.Lochridge....... .............
Lieut. F. E. Lyman,jr...... ...............
Ma. E. F. Ladd..... .............. ..
Maj. W.H. Miller....... .......................
Mr R. Montalvo.................................
Capt. Abner Pickering .............. ......
Liet.H. W. Powell ..................... ......
Lieut. W.G.Penfleld............................


Matanzas.............................
.....do...............................
Cienfuegos ........................
Habana ...........................
Trinidad .............................
Matanzas............................
Baracoa .........................
Matanzas..........................
Sagua laGrande....................
Ciego de Avila.......................
Habana ...........................
.....do ..............................
.....do...............................
.....do ...............................
..... do ...............................
Matanzas............................
PasoCaballo..........................
Sagua la Grande.....................
Habana ...........................
Santa Clara..........................
Matanzas............................
Habana .............................
Cienfuegos ................. ......
Habana ...........................
Trinidad ............................
Pinar del Rio........................
.....do ..:..............................


827.78
33.16
1,271.72
3,976.17
1,863.76
50.00
323.00
1,638.49
11.40
20,136.35
615.19
5.20
3,680.80
1,553.93
68.42
295.05
201.00
117.32
25,566.21
97.25
12.50
677.91
46.83
1,754.71
777.28
72.50
196.52





10 CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CUBAN FISCAL AFFAIRS.

Statement of receipts in the island of Cuba during theperiod from January 1, 1899, to April
80, 1900, etc.--Continued.


leeed...........
Amount refunded- ...... ..................................... 8,140.50 i
Amount refunded- 8,140.50
By Maj. E. F. Ladd, treasurer of customs, in adjustment of reassessments
and overcharges ........... ....................... 40,113.04
Amount paid by Inter-Ocean Telegraph Co. for one-half of the amount
of cost of repairs to building occupied jointly by that company and the
Government ........................................................ 3,720.00
51,973.54
Net amount received, as shown by consolidated statement and trial balance...... 21,805,617.06


Col. P. H. Ray................................ Guantanamo......................... 8,485.96
Capt.Samuel Reber............................ Matanzas............................. 2,723.43
Maj.H.L.Scott ................................. Habana ............................. 190.35
Capt.S.A.Smoke ..... ................... Cienfuegos........................... 151.32
Lieut. .C. Smith ............................ Santa Clar.......................... 1,194.05
Mr. Walter Fletcher Smith ...................... Habana .............................. 23,069.46
Capt. W.S.Scott.............................. Ciego de Avila ....................... 2,620.96
Lieut.W.M.Talbott....................... Habana ............................ 19,988.2
Maj.C.S.Walton........................... .....do.............................. 17,131.64
Lieut. A. E. Williams.... ................. Cienfuegos ......................... 620.03
Maj.W.T. White ................................ Habana .............................. 2,171.91
Maj.O. E.Wood...................................do................................ 437.00
Various deposits by parties whose accounts have ....................................... 6,556.64
not been certified by the auditor.
Collector of customs ............................ Baracoa ............................. 49,198.94
Do .................................... Batabano........................... 3,569.78
Do .................................... Cienfuegos ................... ..... 1,514,218.88
Do ..................................... Cardenas ............................ 398,445.89
Do .......................................... Caibarien ......................... 229,409.12
Do .......................................... Guantanamo ......................... 58,301.10
Do ........................................ Gibara.............................. 229,892.53
Do ......................................... Habana ............................ 15,093,689.40
Do ...........................anilo.................... Manzanillo... 210,212.07
Do .......................................... Matanzas......................... 600,448.96
Do ....................................... Nuevitas ...278,400.00
Do ........................................ Sagua la Grande ................... 223, 833.57
Do .......................................... Santa Cruz ......................... 2,633.79
Do ...................................... Santiago................ .......... 1,25,213.93
Do ....................................... Trinidad ......................... 34,533.10
Do ......................................Tun de Za..... ........................ 6,966.97
Mr. E.G. Rathbone............. ...... ..... Director-general of posts, Habana.... 333,561.07
Mr.R.Martinez.............................. Treasurer of finance, province of 646,096.20
Habana.
Mr.M.delaTorre......... .................do............................. 60,615.82
Mr.M.M. Repriso ............................ Treasurer of finance, province of 27,292.17
Pinar del Rio.
Mr.M.S. Trelles ............................... Treasurer of finance, province of 155,733.60
Matanzas.
Mr.J.A. Pedraza............................... Treasurer of finance, province of 96,316.42
SSanta Clara.
MIr. AmericoSilva............................. Treasurer of finance, province of 50,837.28
Puerto Principe.
Mr. Emilio Bacardi............................ Treasurer of finance, province of 40,227.61
Santiago.
S21,850,059.62
Add amount overpaid by R. Martinez on expense account and recollected.. $128.00
Add amounts refunded out of payments charged as expenditures ........... 7,402.98
--- 7,530.98

S21,857, 590. 60
Deduct amount transferred to E A. Ella tnt-en into aoinnt a orenunes ol.





CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF CUBAN FISCAL AFFAIRS. 11

Items in suspense in the accounts of officers in the island of Cuba, during the period from
January 1, 1899, to April 0, 1900.

DEBTOR.


G. L. R. Brown, collector of customs,
Cienfuegos.
J. J. Brereton, collector of customs,
Cienfuegos.
T. H. Bliss, collector of customs, Ha-
bana.
Henry Page, collector of customs, Nu-
evitas.
M. S. Trelles, treasurer of finance,
Matanzas.
J. A. Pedraza, treasurer of finance,
Santa Clara.
Capt. C. B. Hepburn ...............
Lieut. F. E. Lyman, jr...............
A. G. Osuna ..........................
Lieut. H. W. Stamford .............
Wm. C. Strong.......................
Jucaro and San Fernando R. R. Co ...
Maj. F. S. Dodge .....................


V$31.63
87.55
35.00
858.00

20.00
1,243.49
34.91
58.95
5,047.89
3,120.87
1.00
5,248.00
2.00


16,489.29


Treasurer's receipt 1565, Apr. 18, 1900.
Treasurer of customs' receipt, Apr., 1899.
United States Treasurer's warrant charged, May,
1899.
Amount deposited with treasurer in excess of
that shown in auditor's certificate of this offi-
cer s account.
Do.
Do.
Receipt 1348. Mar. 21, 1900.
Receipt 372, Oct. 5, 1899, and 1127, Feb. 16, 1900.
Treasurer's receipt 138, Aug. 11, 1899.
Receipt 138, Aug. 11, 1900.
Treasurer's receipt 1319, March 17, 1900.
Treasurer's receipt 647, Dec. 7, 1899.
Treasurer's receipt 1451, Apr. 3, 1900, covers de-
posit amounting to $1,555.93; officer is credited
for auditor's certificate with $1,553.93.


CREDITOR.

Maj. T. H. Bliss, collector of customs, $200.00 Difference in discounting foreign money depos-
Habana. ited with treasurer of customs during fiscal year
1899.
Capt. T. F. Davis, collector of customs, 21.00 Refund of deposit.
Santiago. I
Lieut. M. S. Jarvis ....-............... .10 Entered as a debit in certificate of March, 1900,
S account, but not included in the total debit for
that month.
Telegraph-line receipts, January to 15,440.22 Reported by auditor in statement of telegraph-
June, 1899. line receipts, $18,176.15; total amount charged
to officers for account of collections, telegraph
line revenues, $2,735.92.
15,661.32






COMMITTEE ON RELATIONS WITH CUBA,
U. S. SENATE.



LETTER


OF THE


SECRETARY


OF WAR,


ACCOMPANIED BY AN


ITEMIZED STATEMENT, BY MONTHS, OF CUSTOMS
COLLECTED IN THE ISLAND OF CUBA



FROM JANUARY 1, 1899, TO APRIL 30, 1900.





OCTOBER 26, 1900.





WASHINGTON:
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.
1900.

















CUSTOMS COLLECTED IN THE ISLAND OF CUBA.


WAR DEPARTMENT,
Washington, October 17, 1900.
SIR: In response to the request of your honorable committee of May
30, 1900, calling for a report as to receipts in the island of Cuba from
date of' American occupation up to and including April 30, 1900, in
accordance with the directions to your committee reading:
Said committee shall investigate and report as to receipts as follows: From cus-
toms; from postal service; from internal revenue; from all other sources, specifying
the details as far as practicable, and particularly the places where and dates within
which said amounts were collected or received, and the officer or officers collecting
and receiving the same, as well as the law or authority under which said amounts
were in each instance so collected or received-
I have the honor to transmit herewith, under separate cover, statement
showing the collections by ports, by months, and sources of revenue of
receipts from customs during said period, together with a summary of
the total collections.
This statement represents the actual net customs revenues, after
applying all corrections and reassessments, with deductions of the
refunds on account of overpayments.
Very respectfully,
ELIHU ROOT,
Secretary of War.
Hon. O. H. PLATT,
Chairman Committee on Relations with Cuba,
lUnited States Senate.






4

Statement of customs collected in the island of


Items.


January, 1899.
Import duties ..................
Export duties..................
Tonnage tax...................
Harbor-improvement tax......
Fines, seizures, ete .............
Capitation tax ................
Storage and cartage charges...
Auditor's reassessments........
Sanitary tax...............
Liquor tax.... ...........
Total.....................
February, 1899.
Import duties..................
Export duties.... ........
Tonnage tax.... ..........
Harbor-improvement tax......
Fines, seizures, etc .............
Capitation tax ..............
Storage and cartage charges...
Auditor's reassessments .......
Sanitary tax .... ..........
Liquor tax..... ..........
Total.....................
March, 1899.
Import duties..... .......
Export duties.... .........
Tonnage tax.............
Harbor-improvement tax......
Fines, seizures, etc ............
Capitation tax .................
Storage and cartage charges...
Cattle-inspection fees..........
Auditor's reassessments........
Sanitary tax ...................
Total....................
April, 1899.
Import duties.......... ....
Export duties..... ........
Tonnage tax...................
Harbor-improvement tax......
Fines, seizures, etc .............
Capitation tax.................
Storage and cartage charges...
Overtime work ................
Cattle-inspection fees ..........
Auditor's reassessments........
Sanitary tax ...................
Rent ...........................
Total.....................

May, 1899.
Import duties......... ....
Export duties ................
Tonnage tax..................
Harbor-improvement tax......
Fines, seizures, etc .............
Capitation tax.................
Storage and cartage charges...
Overtime work ................
Cattle-inspection fees..........
Auditor's reassessments........
Sanitary tax .... ..........
Sale of old copper............
Rent....... ............
Total.....................


}4,494.24
274.13i

"""ii.?..


$6.00
137.89
........
........


$78,473.15$21,408.73
514.84 ..........
4,528.47| 502.39
... 179.88


$8,755.13 $7,654.0(

101.69 563.44


-.... ... ..... ....

.......... .......-- :


4,782.37 143.89 83,516.46, 22,091.00 8,856.82 8,222.50 11,455.74


1,871.69 602.70 69,633.41 13,067.84 9,049.53 6,982.74 9,028.15
......... ........ 237.76 .......... .. .. .......... ........
118.04 174.37 1,882.08 356.47 115.36 648.36 254.32
......... ........ .. 31.76 34.46 ...............
......... 20.00 157.00 10.00 9.00.......... 13.00
....... ............ ........



1,989.73 797.07 71,910.25 13,466.07 9,208.35 7,631.40 9,295.47


943.10 32.88 129,875.62 11,545.11 9,310.53 7,163.93 12,135.34
......... ........ 15.93............................ 38.08
179.59 76.61 1,595.57 1,192.04 348.05 834.36 403.91
43.82........ 1,357.32 180.94 217.78 198.25 226.00
......... ........ ............ 150.69 2.27 .......... .........
............................. ..... ..... .................
......... ........ 11.00 ......... .......... .......... ..........
......... ........ ............ 32.80.......................
13................. 66.22....... ......... 74.25

1,179.87 109.49 132,921.66' 13,101.58 9,878.63 8,196.54 13,548.58


3,340.25........ 94,444.63| 35,004.83 12,162.76 7,671.66 12,793.14
... ........ 284.99..................... 450.30
27.68 103.84 2,845.01 1,267.72 79.71 139.65 842.94
80.64........ 2,155.15 880.45 436.87 245.03 252.76
......... ........ ............ 76.75 5.00 ......... ..........
.....:... ........ ............ .... : .... ..................

..... ... ...... .. ............ 1. 0.50 .... .......... ..........
......... ........ 197.20 37.34 75.27.......... ..........
......... ........ ............ ... .. ....................
4,448.57 103.84 99,946.98: 37,402.59 12,759.61 8,056.34 14,339.14


3,334.49 39.26 63,995.77 23,334.04 16,847.09 7,952.67 6,408.95
......... ...... 196.88.......... .......... .... ..... 47.90
58.52 147.50 1,451.13 1,077.50 111.32 950.03 774.67
68.81 8.12 1,923.08 1,043.22 432.47 203.63 173.45
............-..... ............ 16.98 .......... 8.18 ..........
......... 1.00! 33.00 .......... 5.00 46.00 .........
:.'.'.'. '.' .......8. .''. '. .0 60.00.'................... 60.00
......... ........ ............ 60.00.......... ......... ..........
.75........ 75.22 86.77 .......... ........ ..........
.. :::::... ....... .... ......... : .. : :..:.....
.... ............ 6.00 .......... .......... .. ..........
3,462.57 195.87 67,725.08 25,699.44 17,395.88 9,160.51 7,464.97


152.00

.... .....

.....-..-.
.........-






5


Cuba from January 1 to June 30, 1899, as audited.

Ports.


Habana.



$654,426. 7E
65,305.2f
18,683.81
1.2.

449. 2


Manza- Matan- Nuevitas Sagua la Santa
nillo. zas. I Grande. Cruz.


$11,369.31
160.11
299.75

18.00
.....i....
34."00


526,247.25

1,613.49
..........



..........


$39,085.32
926.94


$11,773.58
830.76



232. 41

..........


Santiago. Trini- ITunas
ntiag dad. deZaza.



$79,389.27' $308.18 285.26
5.40 ........ ........
2,606.99 28.64 161.93
1,051.51.......... ........
16.79.................
469.00.................
14.95 .................
...8....: ... ......... 15
1,351.83 .......... ........


73,866.43 11,881.1727,860.74 40,012.261 12,903.77 138.88 84,905.741 336.82 447.34 1,056,421.3
8,7o_.__ -. _ -_ 1,056,421.93


605,098.74 9,182.12 26,076.48 15,219.14 8,701.83 4.90 59,151.92 1,189.71 94.00 834,95M.85
72,818.12 .................... ......... ......... .. .73,071.80
23,717.76 418.71 940.19 689.74 265.26 168.18 3,725.15 290.31 156.88 33.921.21
...... ...... .. ..... .......... ........ 1 229.38 ......... ........ 1,229.38
.......... .......... .....i............. 400.8 21.....:.. .25 .................. 467.20
5,258.00 116.00 16.00 8.00.......... ........ 404.00 21.00........ 6,032.06
... ......... .......... .....1.20.................. 1.50
218.92 20.21.......... ........................... ..... .. ...... 239.13
....... ... 34.00 ... ............ ----- .......... ........ .......... ......... ........ 34.00
.. ...................... ... 174.06;................ 174.06
707,111.54 9,771.04 27,032.62 15,916.88 9,367.91) 173.08 64,701.88! 1,501.05 250.88 950,125.22


776,791.38 18,224.95 35,206.1 2 7611 10,651.89 46.19 70,715. 70.14 10.23 1,106,809. 22
85,230.51 109.67 .......... ..................26.66 ......... ...... 85,420.85
25,984.69 225.71 1,556.75 736.44 465.771 240.84 4,462.41 60.72 58.48 38,421.94
5,455.50 376.43 601.51 314.14 170.10! 17.81 1,633.34 5.40 13.42 10,811.76
......... 1.15 .... ........... ........ 216.62 ......... 53.00 423.73
1,416.00 1.00.............................. 30.00.......... .00 1,450.00
140.78 ...... .. .......... .......... .... ........ ......... ........ 151.78
1,906.45 ......... .... ....... ........ . 1,939.25
361.96 5.66............... 5.68 ..... 49.21 .........1...... 1,312.32
............ 51.00 ............................. .. .......... ....... I ..... ........ 51.00
51.I 51.00
897,287.27 18,994.42 37,365.55 24,362.371 11,322.74' 304.84 77,133.921 776.26 308.13 1,246,791.85


752,927.13 6,139.82 28,788.92 10,355.92 11,830.72........ 55,842.19 4,691.28 610.24 1,036,603.49
64,817.01 2.09... 14.87 ..... 1.49........ ..... 65,570.75
22,893.81 300.57 1,206. 548.85 342.2 69.57 2,451. 125.50 128.66 33,374.02
13,347.55 232.81 747.12 265.23 94.88 ........ 1,110.05 139.54 61.41 20,903.49
...... ........ ..... 25.00......... ........ 672.99 ................. 779.74
1,130 00 ......... ............................................... ....... .... 1,130.00
524 .................. ................... ........ 17.82................. 542.16
1,955.48 .................... .......... ......... .................. .............. .. 1,975.48
2,66.36......... .......62.80.................................. 2,819.66
38.26.... .30! 60.79 29.23 ........ 401.63 ................. 840.02
38.25..... ........ ................. ..38.25

860,259.94 6,713.54 30,742.98' 11,255.79 13,228.72; 69.57 60,497.82 4,956.32 800.31 1,164,582.06


829,313.80 7,787.68 34,932.74 11,672.50 12,465.45 23.50 49.592.66 1,548.96 18.63 1,069,268.1&
47,858.33 92.08 ... ... ......... ............................ ................ 48,1951
26,776.53 71.83 1,142.43 725.93 946.67 3.24 3,180.78 90.70 12.30 37,521.08
14,185.25 276.80 1,354.70 243.79 760.63 13.00 1,381.88 43.41 4.58 22,116.82
.................. 44.52 ......... ........ .69.68
2,989.00.......... .................... ................. 140.00 ......... ........ 3,214.00
1,154.84 .......... ....................................................... .... ... 1,154.84
1,200.00.......... 4.50 12.00 108.00 .. 36.25......... ....... 1,530.75
2,973.83......... 76.40 .......... 77 ........................... 3,187.23
28.54......... 66.93 33.14........ 254.45................. 545.80
21.25 .......... .......... ......... ............................. ..... 21.25
......... .......... ........ ........... .......... 14.93
36.00 .......... ................... ........ ... 42.00

926,451.58 8,314.181 37,510.77j 12,721.15 14,390.89; 39.74 54,630. 541,683.07 35.51 1,186,881.75


Totl.


$954,969.97
65,985.61
31,551.26
1,051.51
260.95
520.00
14.95
681.85
34.00
1,351.83






6


Statement of customs collected in the island of Cuba

Ports.
Items. Barao ato- Cienfuego Carde- Caiba- Guan- Gibra.
Ibano. nas. a rien. jtanamo. i


June, 1899.

Import duties.................
Export duties...............
Tonnage tax.................
Harbor-improvement tax......
Fines, seizures, etc .............
Capitation tax ..............
Storage and eartage charges...
Consular fees.............
Overtime work ................
Cattle-inispection fees..........
Auditor's reassessments........
Sanitary tax ..................
Rent .........................
.Sale of rowboat ...............

Total....................

July, 1S99.

Import duties ................
Export duties .................
Tolnnage tax...............
Harbor-improvement tax .....
Fines, seizures, ete ............
Capitation tax ................
Storage and cartage charges...
Consular fees .... .........
Overtime work ................
Cattle-inspection fees..........
Wharfage and special harbor-
improvement tax........
Rent.......................
Sale of seized goods.........
Ship measuring .............
Sanitary tax ..................
Translation fees...............

Total...................

Al niut., 1899.

Imprt duties......... ........
Export duties.................
Tonnage tax..................
Harbor-improvement tax......
Fines, siznres, etc............
Capitation tax................
Storage and cartage charges...
Consular ees..................
Overtime work ................
Cattle-inspection fees..........
Wharfage and special harbor-
improvement tax............
Rent ..........................
Ship measuring ...............
Sanitary tax ...................

Total...................

September, 1899.

Import duties..................
Export duties ..... ......
Tonnage tax.................
Harbor-improvement tax.....
Fine., seizures, etc.............
Capitation tax ...............
Storage and cartage charges...
Consular f es ................
Overtime work ..............
Cattle-inspection fees..........
Wharfage and special harbor-
improvement tax...........
Sale of fishery plots...........
Rent .........................
Ship measuring ..............
Sanitary tax ..................

Total..................


-3,847.36

336.20
68.55,

26.00
20.00

23.71i
.........


891,352.31
78.67
4,963.51
1,585.01
12.0(

42.0(
30.0(



.............


817,464.14 $6,677.17
1,339. 34 77.68
926. 184.81
61.37 58.17
2.00 32.00
. ......... ..........
.6 35.V2
150. 0 ..........
..... ...-. ...
15.00...


6.......00..........


$6,061.35

1,601.13
143.83
23.17



.. 4.99


$7,482.99
138.38
841.82
218.48



80.00



50.00
..SO.....

. . i 6 c


4,321.82 131.81 98,090.64 19,949.68 7.065.75 7,844.47 8,811.67


1,706.18 ....... 112,316.52 29,147.64 13 699.42 11,890.96 13,172.68
.. 227.67 ..... ..... :....-.... .766.'92
28.34 130.41............ 80.94 15.21 1,415.57 356.80
33.52........ 1,820. 762.45 355.71 -225.52 342.30
.... ....... 24.00 80.00 7.50 10.73 ...
:. .... ..00-------------------- 140 .........
10.00 ............--------------..---...... -22.0 ............
........ ........ 10.00 25.00.......... ........ 40.00
............. .. ... .. 89.20...... ....... ..........

60.00 ........ 2,423.60........... ...... ..... ..........
.........------ .......... ... --..-. .. ....
S101...8... ......... .......118


1, 38.01 130.41 116,856.33 30,191.23 14,110.02 1556.78 70


2,126.40........ 112,778.00 1 1,9.9 5,938.25 14,199.65
......... ........ 12.41 ...... ......... .... ..............
60.. : 78.2 ............ 463.491 118.77 381.30 284.75
56.5S ......... 1,444.04 504.12| 508.97 122.94 376.87
.......... 5.00 46.00 15.00 42.50 14.33 ..........
1,00 ...... ............ .......... 4.00 ..........
25.0..................... .."5. .5" ........ "....7.
... .............. 100.0 70.00 51.50 .......... 50.00
......... ........ ............ 98.50 ..... ..... .......... ..........
............... 210.14........... ...... ........ .....
........ ......... .. 6.00 .. .......... ....
i......... i ........I .
.........I .......... ........... ...... .... 4. .......... ..........

2,569.51' 83.921 114,590.59 16,235.121 15,550.74 6,456.82 14,928.2


4,094.98........ 89,877.32 28,014.31 15,936.38 10,881.19 17,564.7
2.30 ........ 85.371 ........................... 296.9
12.95 58.84 1,869.70 258.20 163.97 922.3 103.96
75.38........ 1,854.01 1,085.82 410.98 432.6 485.50
................. ............ 203.00 71.00 18.91.........
. ........ ........ 17.00 ............ ........ 6.00 ........
'~----I--- ---- "0. 6' *'0' ....ii:
. 25..00.2.. 0. 0 5 .... .....3.

. ............... 120.00 70.00 13.90......... 90.00
. ......... ........ ............ 127.70 ......... .. ..........

..... ...... ..... .......................... ..........
. .....6. 5.84 94,2 .. .. 2. ... 1,2. ..... ....0 8 .1
.......... ... 8. .... ......... ..........
. ......... ........ .......... 9.08 ..... .... ..........

4,210.61, 58.84; 94,262.82; 29,773.433 16,624.81 12,261.07 18,546.1





7


from January 1 to June 80, 1899, as audited-Continued.

Ports.

aba anza- Matan- Nuevita. agaa Santa Trini- Tunas Total.
Habana. nllo. z. Grande. Cruz. antiago dad. deZaza.



$918,002.96 89,598.19 32,715.45 813,290.48 812,620.00 ........ $68,289.92 $1,509.5811 995.92 $1,190,909.62
50,085.21 155.91.......... 1.42 .................. 118.71 .............. 50,578.30
24,949.63 19.78 3,027.26 1,030.02 303.96 $4.69 3,679.40......... 52.94 42,350.54
12,784.49 261.72 1,452.79 239.27 464.97 8.50 1,196.72 29. 29.37 19,600.78
100.00 .............................. ......... ....... 73.66 ...... ........ 316.37
1,704.00 17.00 18.00 .......... 1.00 ........ 329.00 ......... 5.00 2,120.00
1,875.70 .......... ........... ..... ..... .--. .............. ................ ....-- 1,901.70
58.50 .......... .......... 45.00 7.00 6.00 2.50 5.00 222.52
435.00.......... 20.38 15.00 48.00 ........ 73.13................... 851.51
2,962.14 ........................... ................. ........... ................... 2,962.14
........... 5.67 8.76.......... 6.27 ................... 2.33 17.23 106.07
........... 46.75 .................... .......... ....... .......... ................. 46.75
........... 36.00 .................................................................. 42.00
.......................................... .............................................. 50.00

1,012,899.13 10,199.52 37,242.64 14,576.19 13,489.20 20.19 73,766.54 1,543.592,105.46 1,312,058.30


809,449.79 9,996.38 27,430.07 17,291.23 4,821.44 ........ 42,985.39 3,953.79 ........ 1,097,861.49
38,900.21 939.66.......... ....... ............... 11.86 ................. 40,846.32
20,886.43 200.09.......... 663.36 115.29 5. 8 2,364.07 12.50 13.12 26,287.81
13,316.08 278.36 938.19 334.58 529.22 8.50 1,029.34 33.36........ 20,007.67
557.38 29.00 ............................................. 792.65
1,169.00 ................... ............................ 211.00 ......... ........ 1,428.00
1,036.85 ................... ....................................................... 1,036.85
115.50 14. ................0.. 20.00 5.00........... 2.50 5.00 194.50
430.00.......... 1.12 28.84 31.50........ 2.50................. 568.96
2,637.75 .......... 20.05........... ............................ ........ 2,747.00
............ .......... ..... ..... ......... ..... ... ........... ..... ............ 2,483.60
.......... .... .............................................. ......... ......... ........ 6.00
......... ......... .......... .......... 70.70 ........ ............... .. ........ 70.70
........... ..................... ...... .......... ........ ........... ......... ........ 10.18
.... .. .. .. 38.25 .................................... ........... ................. 38.25
521.50 .......... .................... .................. .......................... 521.50
889,020.49 11,496.24 28,389.43 18,318.01 5,588.15 19.18 46,688.20 4,002.15 18.12 1,194,901.48


935,954.53 14,825.80 41,825.91 13,595.49 9,444.17 79.4 92,774.60 1,511.54 5.49 1,275,230.13
49,131.67 841.89 ........ .......................... 950.14 ................. 50,936.11
18,969.52 270.58 344.61 627. 9 11.20 23.56 1,202.41 14.48 36.22 22,887.83
13,919.85 533.06 1,010.82 193.28 365.79 5.50 1,988.85 8.50........ 21,039.17
1,143.98 .......... ..................... 6.00........ 80.13................. 1,352.94
1,202.00 9.00......... .................. 4.00 222.00 ................. 1,442.00
1,159.86 .......... ........ ............................ 1.69......... ........ 1,161.55
....5.00 31.50............ 5.0....... 5 ..... 2.50 12.50 126.00
470.00.......... 18.12 29.00 26..00............... .............. 849.62
4,090.95 .......... 36.10 .......... 33.20 ............................ ........ 4,258.75
..... ........... ......... ........ 210.14
6.00
............ ... .. ..... .... ........ ... ... ........ ....... 64.55
............... .. .. ... ........ ........ ............... ...... ... ....... .......... 4.75
...................................... .. .... ............ ......... ........ 46.75
1,026,042.36 16,532.081 43,267.06 14,445.26 9,886.36 117.40, 97,254.82 1,537.02 54.21 1,379,551.54


854,675.92 14,753.77 35,096.29 15,262.26 11,745.48........ 78,923.54 920.73 5.75 1,177,752.71
63,569.54 2,135.96 .......... .......... ................ 1,625.73......... ........ 67,715.83
18,624.27 54.11 541.58 621.47 258.40 15.21 3,080.90 11.80 10.12 26,607.82
12,346.76 520.45 979.8 -334.62 383.48........ 1,578.73 25.84 ........ 20,514.03
1,947.14 12.65 30.00.......... 4.00 .. 2,739.65.................. 5,026.35
1,047.00 2.00 1.00 .......... .......... ....... 124.00 ................ 1,197.00
1,034.88 ............. ........ ......... ........... 1,034.88
...... ... ...... 15.00 .......... ........... ........ .... .... ......... ........ 73.00
750.00.......... 21.75 41.50 50.00........ 22.50......... .... 1,179.65
3,779.64.......... 78.45.......... 75.90 ................... ................. 4,061.69

......... ...... .................... .......... ........ .............. ...... ........ 436.92
................................ 433.92.......... ....... ........... ........ 433.92
8.40
......... .. .... .... .............................. ................ .... .... ........ 8.40
....... .......... ....................... 9.08
42.50 .......... ........ ......... ......... ... ......... ........ 42.50
957,775.15 17,521.44 36,763.90 16,698.77 12,517.26 15.21 88,095.05 958.37 15;87 1,306,098.78













Items.


October, 1899.
Import duties................
Export duties................
Tonnage tax.............
Harbor-improvement tax......
Fines, seizures, etc...........
Capitation tax ...............
Storage and cartage charges...
Consular fees ..................
Overtime work ...............
Cattle-inspection fees..........
Inspection of vessels..........
Wharfage and special harbor-
improvement tax............
Sanitary tax ................
Sale of seized goods............

Total....................

November, 1899.
Import duties.................
Export duties .... ........
Tonnage tax.............
Harbor-improvement tax......
Fines, seizures, ete ............
Capitation tax ..............
Storage and cartage charges...
Consular fees ................
Overtime work ...............
Cattle-inspection fees..........
Translator's fees..............
Wharfage and special harbor-
improvement tax...........
Rent..........................
Ship measuring................
Official badges ................

Total....................

December, 1899.
Import duties ..................
Export duties..................
Tonnage tax.................
Harbor-improvement tax......
Fines, seizures, etc ...........
Capitation tax...............
Storage and cartage charges...
Consular fees ...............-
Overtime work ..............
Cattle-inspection fees..........
Wharfage and special harbor-
improvement tax...........
Miscellaneous receipts, includ-
ing translation fees..........


Baracoa.



$3,975.13

93.08
78.51










4,146.72


1,573.84

11.63
59.00




4.10
.........


Total.................... 1,270.83

January, 1900.
Import duties................. 1,600.39
Export duties........... ........
Tonnage tax.................. 40.78
Harbor-improvement tax..... 62.62
Fines, seizures, etc....................
Capitation tax.............. .....
Storage and cartage charges........
Consular fees ...... ......... 17.50
Overtime work ... ..............
Cattle-inspection fees ......... .........:
Sale of abandoned boat........ ....
Wharfage and special harbor- I
improvement tax............ ....
Sale unclaimed merchandise..l....
Pilot fee .....................I
Ship measuring................ :....
Sale of fishery plots............ .......
Interpreter's fees and custom-
house certificates...................

Total.................... 1,721.2


8


Statement of customs collected in the Island of Ouba


Ports.


Bata-
bano.




818.62











48.62


26.76

87.601
4.80

1.00


6.10


62,080.69 18,666.91 17,819.50
39.00.......... 4.59
1, 8.80' 98.22 123.83
1,381.77 584.77 617.24
.......... 50.00 4.48
1.00........ ..........
3.56 ........ ...
12. 6. 24.00
90.00 20.00 9.00
455.97 43.80 ..........

......... .......... .......

. ......... .......... 41.42
............ ......... ..........


I


-! = -1------ : ____-___


9,052.37

351.40
204.07
4.30
3.00


55.66


17,444.49
146.26
224.39
465.36
8.00
..........
7.00
60.00


1,648.57 125.67 65,972.69 19,475.70 18,644.06 9,670.79 18,355.50


1,187.32 98.58 104,144.27 34,806.99 17,434.43 15,729.76 15,162.65


60.8 10.50 1,735.54 734.91 368.51 312.35 403.72
6.35 37.911.......... 44.41 355.00 27.50
3.0 ....... 5.00.......... 35.00 9.00 36.00
... ..... 16.66 .......... ..... ....... ..........
7.50....... 7.00i .00 20.00........... 5.00
........ ....... 145.00! 65.00 ................... 20.0
9.20....... 249.20 93.5 20.00 10.45..........

......... ........ 374.25 ... .. .............. .. ...
374.25.... ......................................

... .._______ --- -- *_________1


185.98 107,949.491 36,115.25' 18,157.13


66.70 99,314.67 31,848.43 13,587.32
........ 1.607.3 ...................
290.95 2,633.98 788.47 30.96
10.75 2,262. 78 622.59 390.49
7.75.... ......... 22.00
46.00....... ..........
....... 11. .... .......
70.00............ 7.00 15.00
49.00 125.00 40. 11.3(
38.64 210.10 86.30 .5(

....... 26.75 .................
........ 138.50.................

........ ........ ..... *




53.791 106,376.76 3,9 14,075.3


16,152.35 16,168.60


11,501.54

449.54
277.51
4.2(
10.00


32.21


10,379.22

173.36
177.98
..........

11.00
15.00
17.75


! ..............
12,275.091 o10,774.81


I


Carde- Caiba- Guan-
Cienfuegos. n. rien. tanamo.



868,738.90 S19,940.13$11,008.28 $8,183.44
3.34 .......... ............. .......
2,659.15 205.69| 36.98 928.20
2,271.46 479.47 289.46: 398.18
.......i.... ......... 70.60 ..........
32.001 .................... 12.00
10.12.......... .......... ........
2.00 15.00 ..........
100.00 60.0 18.20...
468.50 95.90.... .... 38.2
50.00 ................ ..........

207.70'............................
............1 .........20,78. 11.43..40.

74,541.171 20,783.19 11.438.42 9,560.0


Gibara.



818,080.10



18. 00t


30.

.........




18,939.59


I


.................
.................
.............


.......... F ........

.......... .... .




9


from January 1 to June 30, 1899, as audited-Continued.

Ports.

a Manza- Matan- Sagala Santa Trini- Tunas Total.
Haana. nillo. zas. as Grande. Cr. antiago. dad. dZaza.



$914,222. 88 16,339. 33 30,694. 93 13, 353.56 11, 705. 89 $55.00 $79,105.97 2,038.42 $918.3581,198,360.26
61,789.62 416.22 .07 .......... .......... ............. ................. 62,209.25
16,599.88 742.24 .......... 659.04 8.99 15.0 2,637.95 17.66 89.46 25,188.67
14,790.25 651.26 629.04 299.51 317.88 25 118. 8.26 31.20 84.54 22,414.62
1,579.18 17.50.......... .......... .......... ........ 120.15 ......... ........ 1,787.33
2,625.00 4.00.......... ..... 2.00 112.00................ 2,805.00
1,841.33 ...... ... .............................. ........ 10.94 ......... ........ 1,862.39
79.00.......... 18.00 .......... 7.00 25.00........... 2.50 5.00 161.00
885.00 .......... 5.62 51.00 50.00........ 77.50................. 1,227.32
3,775.10 420.95 69.70 185.20 16.50 5.00 104.20 ................. 5,179.25
............ .......... .......... .......... ....... ... ........... ......... ........ 50.00
............ ........................................................................... 207.70
42.50 .......... .......... ........... ....... ............. ........ 42.50
2,088.39 ............... ...................................... ............................ 2,088.39
1,020.225.58 18,634.00 31,417.36 14.548.31 12,106.26 120.34 83,886.97 2,089.781,097.351,323,583.68


836,131.37 17,333.87 26,729.87 17,986.25 6,820.95 49.001 104,030.22 2,383.901,060.36 1,139,190.35
65,478.87 102.92.............. .................. 158.76......... 85.49 66,015.89
13,052.39 327.60 523.52 453.54 400.35 104.2 2,204.15 19.20 109.71 19,914.09
13,007.87 401.26 645.27 344.35 826.75 14.00 1,632.58 73.60........ 20,262.60
373.51 .......... 10.00........ ................. 262.3.................. 712.63
2,503.00 3.00...... 13.00 .......... 8. 4.84.00................ 3,016.00
1,376.21.......... ................................... 9.27 ................. 1,389.04
67.50 8.00 21.00 .......... 2.00................... 2.50 5.00 155.50
985.00.......... 25.38 57.50 83.50........ 29.59................ 1,359.97
3,467.65 116.60 134.15.......... 57.80 4.95 412.90 ...... 107.00 4,866.67
542.00 .................................................... ......... ........ 542.00
............ .......... .......... .......... ... ................... ........ ........ 85.40
... ........ ........... ........ ........ 6.00
.............. .... ........ ........... ......... ........ 41.42
............ .......... ....... ....... ................ 8.25 ........ 8.25
936,985.37 18,293.25 28,089.19 18,854.64 8,191.35 180.21 109,223.81 2,487.4511,367.56 1,257,565.81


967,768.20 13,702.99 52,974.53 13,632.78 25,3338........ 95,917.04 956.38 1.201,358,851.41
87,374.84 ................................................ 11.03 ................. 87,560.57
16,145.72 56.48 796.63 835.50 190.36 2.16 3,688.67 2.06 4.68 24,098.92
16,492.11 313.96 986.47 438.06 544.10........ 1,286.09 17.95 8.50 23,713.16
249.45 .............................. 7.00........ 38.44.................. 414.61
2,666.00 2.00.......... 9.00 .................. 717.00................ 3,482.00
2,277.22 .......... .......... .......... .................. 6. ......... ........ 2,309.43
101.00 2.00 36.00.................................... 5.00 7.50 190.00
1,163.61.......... 20.37 64.50 80.00........ 76.90................. 1,635.38
3,626.32 5.50 41.20 156.20 38.40........ 168.20 1.95........ 4,420.27
.......... .......... .......... .......... .......... ........ ........... ......... ........ 374.25
8,767.13 .................. ............. ............................... ................. 8,767.13
1,106,631.60 14,082.93 54,855.20 15,136.04 26,194.24 2.161 101,909.92 983.34 21.88 1,515,817.03


1,032,255.23 13,417.78 31,198.43 17,586.88 7,704.18 663.50 92,276.57 2,976.81 .04 1,866,377.69
77,797.32 206.36.......... .......... ................. 3.24......... ........ 79,614.30
16,069.11 361.75 393.40.......... 77.85 362.78 3,650.39 328.07 197.36 25,848.75
15,053.99 361.90 603.18 288.62 241.59 47.4 1,646.23 76.63 4.25 22,128.57
592.99 .......... 5.00 .......... .......... 2.13 22.91 ................. 657.04
1,683.00.................... 13.00.......... 1.00' 146.00................. 1,899.00
3,743.57.......... .......... .......... .......... ........ 34.52 ......... ........ 3,789.69
93.00 .......... 29.00 .................... 20.00........... 7.50 ........ 270.00
715.12.......... 51.87 25.00 42.00........ 117.48......... ........ 1,191.77
2,812.25 13.05.......... .......... .......... 35.25 245.39 .13........ 3,491.59
...................... .......... 75.00 .......... ........................... ......... 75.00
...................... .......... .......... .......... ........ ........... ......... ........ 26.75
............ .......... .......... .......... .......... ........ ........... ......... ........ 138.50
............ .......... .......... 223.84 .......... ........ ........... ......... ........ 223.84
....... .. ........ .......... .......... .......... ........ ........... ......... ........ 17.74
......... .......... ........ 728.00.......... 728.00
641.50 ...... .......... .. 641.50
1,151,457.08 14,360.84 32,280.88 18,940.34 8,065.621,132.11 98,142.73 3,389.14 201.65 1,507,119.73
















February, 1900.

Import duties..................
Export duties.............-...
Tonnage tax............ -.
Harbor-improvement tax......
Fines, seizures, etc.............
Capitation tax.................
Storage and cartage charges...
Consular fees ..............---
Overtime work ................
Cattle-inspection fees..........
Saleofucnlaimedmerchandise.
Ship measuring................
Interpreter's fees and custom-
house certificates ............
Pilot fees .................
Sale of fishery plots ............

Total...................

March, 1900.

Importduties ................
Export duties ...............
Tonnage tax.... ........
Harbor-improvement tax.....
Fines, seizures, etc .........
Capitation tax................
Storage and cartage charges...
Consular fees ................
Overtime work ..............
Cattle-inspection fees..........
Ship measuring................
Interpreter's fees and custom-
house certificates ...........
Rent .......... ...........

Total....................

April. 1900.

Import duties............
Export duties..................
Tonnage tax.... ........
Harbor-improvement tax......
Fines, seizures, etc ............
Capitation tax................
Storage and cartage charges...
Consular fees..................
Overtime work ...............
Cattle inspection fees..........
Rent..........................
Wharfage .....................
Sale of unclaimed merchandise.
Interpreter's fees and custom-
house certificates ..........
Ship measuring...............

Total...................


10


Statement of customs collected in the island of Ouba


Ports.


85,498.60 $134.15

50.14 132.72
81.89 5.5C
7.00

6.0 ........

......... 55.0
18.95 17.2t


$60,529.0
577.34
2,592.1
1,115. 1
13.1
3.0(
20.4.
2.0(
125.0(
268.4(
14. 6
............


Carde-
nas.


Caiba- Guan- Gibara
rien. tanamo.


$13,409.30
141.84
693.66
627.10

10.00

12.50
15. 0
43.10


- *I--1 '- 1


$34,129.19
421.70
1,127.17

.. 6.0
..........,

30.00
28.95

..........


115,024.63

108.17
311.91
21.50


12.50

.. 5.47
15.47


89,821.51

259.46
215.70
47.63

2.50

3.80


5,658.08 351.57 65,260.31 35,743.01 15,494.18 10,350.60 14,952.50


4,450.27 104.00 121,053.63 18,364.34 16,294.23 6,509.93 17,124.78
8.38 ........ 43.59 ........ ....... ..........
147.56 133.89 1,162.26 781.93 72.59 573.42 980.58
117.11 6.12 1,732.08 745.08 618.26 154.49 503.28
1.60 12.00 53.65 144.08 18.00 17.05..........
316.00 ........................... 28.00
......... ........ 32.35.......... .......... ..... ...
......... ........ 6.50 9.00 20.00 4.00 25.00
......... 22.00 135.00 50.00 1.75 170.00 35.00
18.44 10.20 230.75 30.05................ 18.55
......... ........ ............ .......... 23.20 .......... ..........


4,743......... 288.21 .....124,76............1 ........ 17,048.... .......... ....1871519
4,743.361 288.21 124,765.81 20,124.48 17,048.03 7,428.89 18,715.19


1,943.12
5.43
128.10
100.92




29.43






2,207.0(


77.32 84,364.21
........ 11.28
137.63 2,316.55
5.50 2,513.70
24.00...........
........ 9.040
........ 19.65
........ 2.00
30.00 80.00
6.35 162.80
........ ............

...... 8 6,52.6


.......280 ............

280.80' 89,531.84


23,074.20 22,303.86 10,539.74 17,150.26
.......... .................... 59.83
731.19 118.09 485.70 937.06
863.44 669.3 386.99 565.38
100.00 ............. .................
1...9. 1 141.00
.......... 1.00 ......... 141 00

4.00.......... ..4.50 17.50
95.00 .......... 60.00 20.00
33.5 ........ .......... 27.00
.......... .......... .......... ..........

.... ..... I* ..........---.--

......... .... ..... ........... ..
.......... 9.10... 11,46.93 18,918.........

24,901.33 23,101.38' 11,476.93' 18,918.03








from January 1 to June 80, 1899, as audited-Continued.


$847,582.19
75,878.40
19,921.07
13,116.97
461.62
1,566.00
3,144.20
104.50
838.65
2,129.60
............


$9,969.74
124.64
227.67
30.00
1.00

..36.60
36.60


139,234.38
.14
684.00
682.88
80.00
..... i.'.

17.00
21. O0
11.55


811,756.34

559.18
238.23

..........
2.5(
20.50
3.90


817,122.280

827. 00
1,033.87



12.5(
..........


$66.00

29.21
6.31
1.0(

5.06

5.8(6
.I: ..w
...'.W


653,250.10
14.10
3,773.80
1,203.69
3.79
178. 00
21.00
129.99
135.11


52,294.76
42.17
67.25


13.50


$0.10
30.54



5.00


526.50 .......... .......... ................................ .................
............ ....... .......... 188.32 .......... ........ ........... ......... ........
.................... ......... 130.00 ......... ....... ........... ......... ........


h1,11,9822.29
76,611.82
30,249.64
20,061.27
664.72
1,765.00
3,185.65
185.50
1,247.64
2,702.96
14.63
15.47

526.50
188.32
130.00


965,269.70 10,389.65 40,730.95 12,898.97 18,995.65 113.34 58,709.58 2,417.68 35.64 1,257,371.41


887,598.11 11,808.04 52,888.30 15,337.75 10,292.26........ 77,444.43 2,258.24 1.25 1,241,529.56
58,763.45 41.32.................... 23.37 ........ 12.91 ................. 58,893.02
26,381.47 224.34 1,871.39 974.13 393.13 45.35 4,552.52 183.72 180.37 38,658.65
16,633.64 292.81 1,363.46 228.69 678.57 17.00 1,139.95 60.63 12.75 24,303.92
464.08 .......... 247.04 .......... .......... 35.00 54.96 ................. 1,047.46
2,294.00 .......... .......... 27.00 .......... ........ 433.00 ......... ........ 3,098.00
2,125.85 ................. ............ ............. ....... 137.29 ................ 2,295.49
120.501......... 29.00.......... 5.00 10.00........... 10.00........ 239.00
1,152.00.......... 9.88 32.50 20.50........ 180.93................. 1,809.54
2,243.35......... 19.45 22.53.......... ........ 118.26................. 2,711.58
................................ .......... .......... ........ ........... ......... ........ 23.20
23.20

669.00 ............ ................... ... ............................ ...... 669.00
............ .. 11.33 ............................. ........... .. ........ 11.33

998,44.45.4 12,366.51 56,439.85 16,622.60 11,412.83 107.35 84,074.25 2,512.59 194.37 1,375,289.77


812,011.96 9,927.26 47,710.20 11,881.25 34,675.76........ 64,240.72 3,124.02 .77 1,143,024.65
41,739.52 6.10.................. ................ 16.34 ................. 41,838.50
23,999.11 384.23 1,199.67 907.49 390.63 54.69 4,393.38 14.49 11.92 36,209.93
11,805.86 333.67 1,425.52 270.68 1,077.28 8.50 2,045.02 87.99 ........ 25,159.78
291.70 10.00 10.00 .......... .......... 17.00 110.00......... ........ 562.70
1,195.00 .................... 4.00 4.00 ........ 331.00 ................. 1,685.00
1,460.18......... ............................ 143.89 ......... ...... 1,623.72
91.00.......... 24.00......... ........ .9.00 21.00 ........ 173.00
849.00.......... 64.87 34.00 9.0 ........ 168.10................. 1,410.47
1,919.90.......... 5.58.......... 15.45 ........ 134.71 ................ 2,334.72
......... .. .. .. .. .. ..... ....... .i .... .....-i--- -I--110.97 110.97
............ ............................... ................... ........ 52.65

597.50 .... ......... ......... ........ ........ .... ....... ...... .. ........ 597.50
.............. ........ ........................... .. .......... ........... 9.10

898,960.73 10,661.26 50,459.84 13,097.421 36,172.62 80.191 71,592.16 3,358.47 12.69 1,254,812.69
II


















January, 1899 ..................
February, 1899 .............
March, 1899...................
April, 1899.....................
May, 1899............. ...
June, 1899............. ......
July, 1899 ............ .....
August, 1899 ......... ......
September. 1899 ...............
October, 1899..................
November, 1899..............
December, 1899..............
January, 1900.................
February, 1900.................
March, 1900........... ...
April, 1900 ....................


12

Statement of customs collected in the island of Cuba

SUMMARY, BY MONTHS.

Ports.
Items. Baracoa. B- Cienfuegos. Carde- Caiba- Guan-. Gibara
bano. 1"'"1 nas. rien. tanamo. Gibar.
I2,01.0 $886.2$8 25 11,557


$4,782.37 $143.89 883,516.46
1,989.73 797.07 71,910.25
1,179.87 109.49 132,921.66
3,448.57 103.84 99,946.98
3,462.57 195.87 67,725.08
4,321.82 131.81 98,090.64
1,838.04 130.41 116,856.33
2,569.51 83.92 114,590.59
4,210.61 58.84 94,262.82
4,146.72 48.62 74,541.17
1,648.57 125.67 65,972.69
1,270.83 185.98 107,949.49
1,721.29 533.79 105,376.76
5,i658.08 351.57 65,260.31
4,743.36 288.21 124,765.81
2,207.00 280.80 89,531.84


88,856.82
9,208.35
9,878.63
12,759.61
17,395.88
7,065.75
14,110.02
15,550.74
16, 624.81
11,438.42
18,644.06
18,157.13
14,075.31
15,494.18
17,048.03
23,101.38


88,222.50
7,631.40
8,196.54
8,056.34
9,160.61
7,844.47
13, 556. 78
6,456.82
12,261.07
9,560.02
9,670.79
16,152.35
12,275.09
10, 350. 60
7,428.89
11,476. 93


Total................... 49,198.943,569. 781, 514,218.88398, 445.89 229,409.12 158,301.10229,892.531
Less amount refunded by Maj. E. F. Ladd, treasurer of Cuba, on account of overpayments and reas-
Net total customs revenues ...........................................


122,091.00
13,466.07
13,101.58
37,402. 59
25,699.44
19,949.68
30,191.23
16,235.12
29,773.43
20,783.19
19,475.70
36,115.25
33,392.79
35,743.01
20,124.48
24,901.33


$11,455.74
9,295.47
13,548.5f
14,339.14
7,464.97
8,811.67
14, 678. 70
14,928.21
18,546.1E
18,939.5M
18,355.5C
16,168.61
10,774.31
14,952.5(
18,715.1I
18,918. O0





13

from January 1 to June SO, 1899, as audited-Continued.

SUMMARY, BY MONTHS.

Ports.

Habana. Manza- Matan- Nuevitas Sagua la Santa Santi Trini- Tunas Total.
Ha nillo. zas. G rande. Cruz. dad. deZaza

8738,866.43 811, 881.17 827,860.74 $40,012.26812,903.77 $138.88 884,905.74 8336.82 $447.34 $1,056,421.93
707,111.54 9,771.04 27,032.62 15,916.88 9,367.91 173.08 64,701.88 1,501.05 250.88 950,125.22
897,287.27 18,994.42 37,365.55 24,362. 37 11,322.74 304.84 77,133.92 776.26 308.13 1,246,791.85
860,259.94 6,713.54 30,742.98 11,255.79 13,228.72 69.57 60,497.82 4,956.32 800.31 1,164,582.06
926,451.58 8,314.18 37,510.77 12,721.15 14,390.89 39.74 54,630.54 1,683.07 35.51 1,186,881.75
1,012,899.13 10,199.52 37,242.64 14,576.19 13,489.20 20.19 73,766.54 1,543.592,105.46 1,312,058.30
889,020.49 11,496.24 28,389.43 18,318.01 5,588.15 19.18 46,688.20 4,002.15 18.12 1,194,901.48
1,026,042.36 16,532.08 43,267.06 14,445.26 9 886.36 117.40 97,254.82 1,537.02 54.21 1,379,551.54
957,775.15 17,521.44 36,763.90 16,693.77 12,517.26 15.21 88,095.05 958.37 15.87 1,306,093.78
1,020,225.58 18,634.00 31,417.36 14,548.31 12,106.26 120.34 83,886.97 2,089.781,097,35 1,323,583.68
936,985.37 18,293.25 28,089.19 18,854.64 8,191.35 180.21 109,223.81 2,487.45 1,367.56 1,257,565.81
1,106,631.60 14,082.9 54,855.20 15,136.04 26,194.24 2.16 101,909.92 983.34 21.88 1,515,817.03
1,151,457.08 14,360.84 32,280.88 18,940.34! 8,065.621,132.11 98,142.73 3,389.14 201.65 1,507,119.73
965,269.70 10,389.65 40,730.95 12,893.97 18,995.65 113.34 58,709.58 2,417.68 35.64 1,257,371.41
998,445.45 12,366.51 56,439.85 16,622.60; 11,412.83 107.35 84,074.25 2,512.59 194.37 1,375,289.77
898,960.73 10, 61.26 50,459.84 13,097.42 36,172.62 80.19 71,592.16 3,358.47 12.69 1,254,812.69
15,093,689.40 210,212.07 600,448.96 278,400.00 223, 833.57 2,633.791,255,213.93 34,533.106,966.97 20,288,968.03
sessments of customs revenues .................................... ....................... 40,113.04
........................................................................................ 20,248,854.99



















































































































































































































































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COMMITTEE ON RELATIONS WITH CUBA,
U. S. SENATE.




STATEMENT

OF


SECRETARY


OF WAR


RECEIPTS OF INTERNAL REVENUE
IN THE ISLAND OF CUBA

FROM

JANUARY 1, 1899, TO APRIL 30, 1900,

SHOWING


COLLECTIONS, BY MONTHS, IN EACH PROVINCE
AND THE SOURCES OF REVENUE.




SEPTEMBER 25, 1900.




WASHINGTON:
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.
1900.












INTERNAL REVENUE RECEIPTS IN THE ISLAND OF CUBA.


WAR DEPARTMENT,
Washington, June 30, 1900.
SIR: In partial response to your letter of the 30th ultimo, inclosing
copy of resolution adopted by the Senate on May 26, 1900, and stating
that-
The committee appointed under said resolution hereby requests you to furnish
to the committee the statistical and other information specified in the following
clause in said resolution:
"Said committee shall investigate and report as to receipts as follows: From
customs, from postal service, from internal revenue, from all other sources, specify-
ing the details as far as practicable, and particularly the places where and dates
within which said amounts were collected or received, and the officer or officers
collecting and receiving the same, as well as the law or authority under which said
amounts were in each instance so collected or received,"
I have the honor to transmit this day, under separate cover, a state-
ment of receipts from internal revenue in the island of Cuba from
January 1, 1899, to April 13, 1900, showing the collections, by months,
from each province, and the sources of the same as audited.
These collections were made by the following-named internal-revenue
officers:
Mr. Manuel M. Repriso, collector for the province of Pinar del
Rio; Mr. Justiana A. Pedraza, collector for the province of Santa
Clara; Mr. Americo Silva, collector for the province of Puerto Prin-
cipe; Mr. Manuel S. Trelles, collector for the province of Matanzas,
and Mr. Emilo Bacardi, collector for the province of Santiago de
Cuba-all of whom served in such capacity during the entire period
covered by the statement-Mr. Ricardo Martinez, collector for the
province of Habana from January 30, 1899, to March 24, 1900, and
Miguel de la Torre, collector at Habana from March 25, 1900, until
April 30, 1900.
A complete report as to receipts from customs, from postal service,
and from all other sources, together with all the information requested
in the letter above quoted, will be transmitted from time to time as
rapidly as the same can be accurately compiled.
Very respectfully,
ELIHn ROOT,
Secretary of War.
Hon. O. H. PLATT,
Chairman Committee on Relations with Cuba.








Statement of receipts of internal revenue in the island of Cubu, from JanulllJ 1, 1899, to April 30, 1900, showing the collections, by months, in each province
uan( the sources of revun iea', as audited.


Province.


Habana ...........


















Plnar del Rio......


Date.


Convey-
anceand
inherit-
alnce
tax.


Indis-
trial aind
commer-
cial tax.


.4 I I~- i---


January, 1899.............
February, 1899 ..........
March, 1899 ............
April, 1899.... .........
May,1899..............
June,1899 ...............
July,1899...............
August, 1899..............
September, 1899..........
October,1899 .............
November, 1899...........
December, 1899 .........

Total twelve months.
January, 1900............
February, 1900............
March,1900.............
April, 1900................

Total January, 1899,
to April, 1900.

January, 1899............
February, 1899 .........
March, 1899.............
April, 1899.............
May, 1899 ...............
June, 1899.................
July,1899 .................
August, 1899 ..............
September, 1899...........
October, 1899..............
November, 1899.........
December, 1899 ...........


$6,957.9(6
11,155.95
13,232.38
9,861.66
67, 60.40
24,200. 12
14,615.77
40,882.83
13,546.13
21,912.24
12,824.05
9,047.91


$3, 026.10
41,350.87
1,607.69
111.41
..........
530.52
2,373.93
25, 933.74
3, 618.18
3,"749."64i


10 and 3
per cent
on pas-
senger

freight
rates.


$3,822.91
25,755. 75
20, 086.41
20, 863. 72
17,017.37
15, ;5$8.21
14,419.01
15,1,10.0
14,(163.2
12,303.81
15,291.4t


Re-
Forest dcmp- Inltrest
pro- tions of of rent
ceeds. rent chltrges.
clairges


.. ... $75.77
$120.00 ........



. .


$211.51
1, .119.99
2,3163.52
3110.63
7.12.90
7.19.10
1,895.79
1, 116.82
1, 1458.48
631. 119
813..46


Inter- Rents
est of of State
liabili- prop-
tics. erties.


$20.98 $282.73
19'1.35 315.55
17.9011 395.40
20. 061 8.17.6 1
.20; 539. 17
.54, 599.79
.72 ........
17.82 .191.716
-1t.71 1105.89
27.91 377.52
34.04 410.48
44.80 304.68


Sale of Sale of
State u1l3S-
1 ulls nat.c-
rhO.u


$1616. 3C
181i.9


$1637.93


1116.33

30.69(


Even- Rcim- Liquor
tall pro- buarse- tax.
ceeds. men ts.


$11l. 00 ........
189.00.......
16,345.51
1,301.81.....
391.00..
1,353.501........
5,073.261 $129.51
1,33.6 ...
5, 13. 74...
8,313.03 ........


$15.00
0IV2.50
305.00
5.00


Total.




810,302.77
20,450.70
42,980.88
34,242.63
95,667.93
43,866.03
32,111.68
61,550.96
62,074.18
42,924.20
31,731.77
37,594.98


245,845.90 45,332.08174,522.06 120.00 75.7712,016.89 423.065,200.91 348.3. 785.2129,941.4 129.54 727.50 515,498.71
12,236.36 23,016.1 15,613.1 .............. 3,832.7 32.01 323.281,269.231,007.61 5,585.42 ........ ........ 62,916.04
13,340.88 4,620..351 16,13i.7 ............ 954.7 39..4 252.32 ........ ....... 1,018.64 4.00........ 36,365.14
22,387.606 223.50 18,281.6 1210 ....... 1,077.0 49.41 296.92 ... ....... 1,816.97 ........ ........ 44,259.72
22,274.70 5,774.0 18371. ............... 767.07 65.87 156.45 ................ 390.84................ 47,800.41

316,085.54 78,966.12242,923.04 246.00 75.77 18,679. 10 609. 79 6,229.881,617. 571, 72. 8538,753.32 133.54 727.50 706,840.02

461.53 ............... .. ............................. ........ ..... 461.53
473.97 33"80 ... .29 .83 537.20
473.97 .... ........ ........ ....... ................ ...... ............3 37.20

457. 1............................................................... 83.00 ......... ........ 640.86
4,210.30 749.12... ... ....... ....... ....... 1,583.88........ 10.00 6,693.30
3,977.03 ..... .......32.67 .. ........ ........ ....... 333.95.............. 4,343.65
630 61 ... ... ........ ....................... 414 ........... 1,04.17
718.38 ... ..596.00 ............... 1, 14.88
632.14 ........ 130.50 ............... 762.64
778.66 ... ....... .......... .... .. .............. .. .. 103.50 ............... 882.16
1,422.44 ........... .................... 23.00 ............... 1,465.44


Total twelvemonths. 13,782.92 783.02 ......
January, 1900......... 2,428.8 ... ... ...
February, 1900.......... 1 ,368.93...... .....


.... 3267 .......... I. 3,368.:9
S .. 475.07 ..... ... ........ ........ ........ 393.00
......... .. ... .... ... 848.38


........ 179.33


18,146.33
3,296.92
2,217.31


- -------------~---;


'- I -


' '










Santa Clara........

















Puerto Principe...


Marci, 1900...............
April,1900 ................
Total January, 1899
to April, 1900.
January, 1899.............
February, 1899...........
March, 1899 ............
April, 1899 ... .........
May,1899 .................
June, 1899 ............
July, 1899...............
August, 1899 ..............
September, 1899...........
October, 1899..............
November, 1899........
December, 1899 ..........
Total twelve months.
January, 1900.............
February,'1900...........
March, 1900...............
April, 1900 ...............


2S.7............ 160


1,52. 11 .........................
20,186.88 783.02 ..............


33.54
189.74
858.65
2,965.80
2,160.91
6,421.80
3,570.62
9,990.48
6,277.22
6,279.43
3,842.47
2,355.90


........ ......... ..... I 36. 0

32.67 475.07 32.25 36.00


-- 1-=---1- 1 I I I--1 1--


106.68
124.97
78.28
133.00
680.90
895.43


161.3E
403.2
415. 09
523.7C
9,169.91
1,184.3t
1,440.41
1,267.6 1
1,505.8


187.47


75.00
40.00
46. (15
1,088.52
310.22


27.59
(i.67
10.12
31.89
26.91


38.05
15.60
7.6


44,946.56 2,019.26 16,071.51...... 187.47 1,560.39 106.18 61.25................ 1,781.46 4.12 303.28 67,041.43
2,314.4 ......... 1,498.08. ........... 250.09 14.86................ 129.80........ ........ 4,206.97
4737.57....... 1,841.89 ............... 79. 33.12 ....................... 1,176.00 ........ ........ 7,868.21
5,567.10 ......... 1,289.44 ........ ........ 7.95 35.09 ........ ................ 322.42 ........ ........ 7,222.00
7,976.14 .......... 1,457.50 348.40 ........ 62.47 35.30 ...... ................ 98.00 ........ ........ 9,977.81


.81


January, 1899.............
February, 1899............
March 1899..........
April, 1899 ................
May, 1899 .................
'June,1899 ................
July, 1899 .................
August, 1899 ..............
September, 1899 ..........
October, 1899 ...........
November, 1899...........
December,1899 ..........
Total twelve months
January, 1900.. ..........
February, 1900...........
March, 1900 ..............
April, 1900................
Total January, 1899,
to April,1900 ......


187.471 1,960.53


224.55 61.251........


,- -. -- I I -..
245.30! 182.77 915.34 ....... ............. ........ 7.20................14,911.08........ 8,70.93 19,632.62
533.41 1,208.00 284.94 ................. ........ .................... ...... .. 0.00 2,66.86
7974 28. 4 742.69 ....... ..... ......... ..... ........................ 0 2,60808
817:08 1 0.67 805. 49 ........ ..... ............... ... ........ 0.00 2,261.24
1,527.7... 12 1,060.84..... ... ................. ......................... 43.........30.00 2,68821
37 .14 ,0.......... 5.64 ....... ................... ...*. ...... *--- 6.00 ...... ........ 7.0
36:36 .......... 74324 ... ... ....... ........ 21.:: 60........ ........ 15.00 13.14........ 1,158.34
728.1 1 .......... 66 .69.. ..... ... .... ... .. .. ....... 37.50........ ....... 1,429.80
324.79 1,097.27 5.556i ....... ... .......... .......... 24.00....... ........2,001.70
531.43 1,719.99 501:.40 ....... ...... ... : ....................::. 13.0... 2,766.32
1.032.71 .......... 539.25 .......... .. ..................... .... ....... ........... 2.... 1,597.46
7,712.45 4,903.66 7,783.47 ........ ........ .. .. ........ ....... 15,211.08 24.99 4,630.93 40,295.38
839.10 745.42 558 86........... ................ .. ........ ........ 162.00 ................205.38
1 608 65 64 63i ................................-....--- ........- 968.29 223.57
1,728: 12 815.73 ........... : ......... 9.24 8. 00............ 83 50.... .... 2,644.59
85 48 1,49.58 ................................. .25.......................... ........ 2868.36

12,965.17 5, 653.76 10,854.27 ........ ........ 9.49 3i. 80............. 16,661.87 24.994,630.98 50,837.28


3,507.68 4.12 303.23 96,316.42 4 C


72 (iti..... .:...... -
. .... .. *_,8 .,oi. ......... | .......
........ i,(il6.95 ........ 179.33

........ i 21.60 ........ 20.00
........ ................. 20.00
62.25........ 25.00
17.7 ........ 7.00
........ 82.02........ 221.23
........ 212.00 ....... 10.00
........ 443.10 4.02 ........
........ 134.31........ ........
........ 153.72.............
........ 223.87 .10 ........
........ 206.79... .. ........
........ 224.05 .... ........


1,740.75
1,890.86
27,292.17

181.82
834.71
1,185.51
8,526.80
3,560.15
8.100.98
4,017.74
19,412.89
7,661.91
8,195.65
6,440.831
4,422.96










Statement of receipts of internal trevlne in, the island of Cu b, from J.uooory 1, 1899, to April 30, 1900, dc.-Continued.


Province.


Matanzas..........


Santiago de Cuba..


Date.


January, 1899............
February, 1899...........
March, 1899.............
April, 1899..............
May, 1899................
June,1899 ...............
July, 1899............
August, 1899 ...........
September, 1899........
October,1899 ............
November, 1899 ........
December, 1899..........

Total twelve months
January, 1900...........
February, 1900...........
March, 1900..............
April, 1900..............


Total January, 1899,
toApril,1900.......


January, 1899.............
February, 1899............
March, 1899..............
April, 1899 ...............
May, 1899...............
June, 1899 ................
July,1899................
August,1899 ..............
September, 1899...........
October, 1899 ........ .....
November, 189...........
December, 1899 ...........

Total, twelve months
January, 1900.............
February, 1900............


10 and 3
Convey- ndus- per cent
afoeince trial an, ,o pas- Forest
inherit- Il1 im selger pro-
it o lllce r ( 2 4 I 1 l q
anre (il tnax.l and c'ds.
tax. freight
rates.


. .......... l,.i. .... ..... .

581.91 ..... .. ,573. 1 ........
2,612.52........... 2,666.i0.......
3,040.48....... .. .. 5,13954 ........
1,174.90..........12,189.5........
5,4(i5.03 4, 700.00 3,473,21........
6,911.02 .......... 3,274. ........
2,07.38.......... 2,965.16......
1,571.231 ... ... 2,991.3 ......
S2,38952..... 2990......8 .


26,465.83 4,700.00
1,579.83 ..........
3,618.75 ..........
13,160.62 11,011.20
3,910.77 ..........


48,735.80 15,711.20

.......... ..........



1,511.96 ........
663.7 ..........
1,565.48 ..........
858.18 .........
2,287.94 ..........
4,714.82.........
1,142.331..........


58,812.0 ........
3,172.82 ........
6,,139.90 ........
7,254.51 ........
7,793.22 ........


klllp- Interest t f-r Slet of
tions of f rent I t of Stat
rc- i !l,.lll,,- prop-
rent el, rnrge.s. ro p lajds.i
u(hlrie I ties. erties.
charge..



. ..... .... .... .... ... :........
--..--. '- ""--- -7 : "
........ ... ..... ........ 3:.91 0 .....
........ ......... ....... 90 ..
........ ... .. .. 7 0 .... ....
. .. .......... ... ... S..... .... ....

... .. 0.02 36.50 ......
........... .9 310.0(1 ....
....... ......... 3.1 6. 79 ........
S 1.9 1 27.50_._ .


.... ... 273. 3
. . 1.i. ;9
... 5. 1.87
........ 922.87


83,172.531..............





479. 1 .... .......
572..73...... ........
.l,42.37. ...... ........
4,035.51. ......... ........
4,.03..
1,255.16..............
400.(1 ............ ..


-1.


17.32
7.20
20.54
9.57
43. (il-


1, 995.36(i 98.29

......... .......


.....--.- ........
......... ........




......... ........
--------- --------



2 : :2 2:: :: :


327.39


660.42 327.39


Snle of
useless
itlltc-
ril.


Even-
tulll pro-
ceeds.


........ $79.50
55.55
........ 247.00
........ 328.30
........ 133.65
........ 174.27
........ 1 11.08
........ 206.19
........ 1,571.40
........ 1,030.69


........ 3,937.63
....... 237.00
........ 53.30
........ 236.04
........ 75.21


....... 4,539.18







...... .. .. ..s.
18. 00
........ 62.2.
62.20
........ 24.O
... .... 170.13


Reim-
burse- Liquor Total.
menles tax,


$81.42


180.96
33.73
.13


296.24

197.19"


493.43.





1. ....
""'........ ........
.30 ........


12,749.4 ......... 11,9i.60 ............... ........................................ 274.33 48.80 .......
1,694.53... ..... 1,514.48 ... .... ...... ... ..... .. ...... 99.00 .... ..... .
753.95 ... ... 1,227.2 .... ... ... ............ .11 ....... ........ ........ 1 14.61 ....... ........


$7,289.70
7,242.17
5,560.32
18,595.92
13,579.52
14,170.80
10,333.48
5,482.48
6,177.88
6,440.07


94,872.29
5,358.64
10,204.79
32,524.78
12,773.10

155,733.60





5,685.09
1,142.76
2,138.21
1,966.05
6,385.70
5,995.28
1,713.10


25,026.19
3,311.58
3,595.91


I --I : --i I -I


- I-


-- I- -


---|-


i


.
.
.
.





March, 1900............... 1,236.16 10.96 1,424.01 2L .00......... ....... ........................ 1 ................ 3,498.05
April,1900................ 2,351.8 70.00 1,923.66 .... ..... 4,795.88
Total, January, 1899,
to April,1900...... 18,786.44 80.96 18,043.02 200.00........ ......... 33.39 10.00................ 8,025.00 48.80 ........ 40,227.61
Grand total for the
island of Cuba.... 482,251. 34 103,214. 32 377,151.28 794.40 295.91 23,110.061,007. 767,034.351,944. 961,792.85 72,104.00 704.885,840.991,077,247.10

EXPLANATORY NOTES.-A tax is charged of 10 per cent on gross passenger earnings and of 3 per cent on gross freight earnings. Forest privileges is the price paid for a
privilege which the State gives to individuals for cutting timber on property belonging to the State. Redemptions of rent charges are for State concessions to persons to
occupy public lands indefinitely, subject to the payment of 5 per cent rent charges on a given valuation. So long as the party pays the 5 per cent he may remain and convey
the right to the heirs with no revaluation. Interest of rent charges is a penalty for default of payment of charges.
Interest of liabilities is a penalty added for defaulted interest. The subheading Eventual proceeds" comprises licenses for the use of firearms, patents, and industrial
trade-marks, fines, university fees, etc. Under the heading of "Eventual proceeds" collected in the province of Puerto Principe in the month of January, 1899, is
included $14,881.83, amount of duties collected in the customs district of Neuvitas before the American officers took charge of the same. After July 1, 1899, the liquor tax
was ceded to the municipalities.

O





COMMITTEE ON RELATIONS WITH CUBA,
U. S. SENATE.






STATEMENT


OF THE


SECRETARY


OF WAR


POSTAL REVENUES IN THE ISLAND OF CUBA DURING THE
PERIOD FROM JANUARY 1, 1899, TO APRIL 30, 1900.




NOVEMBER 30, 1900.




WASHINGTON:
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.
1900.















STATEMENTS OF POSTAL REVENUES IN THE ISLAND OF CUBA
DURING THE PERIOD FROM JANUARY 1, 1899, TO APRIL 30,
1900.
1899.
January ..........--.....................-..... ........-...... ....-- $34,810.42
February-....--....-.....-- ...--....-....----.....---...-..-...--... 26,832.86
March.--.....-.....---..........----- ---..............--..-.--.. 23,356.72
April ..--..--.--. ....-- ........-- ...-......---------...-......-..--. 39,500.00
May.............---------..................------------------------------....... 53,500.00
June .--........--.-- ..................---..........----....-------. 47,100.00
July..-...--...- ........-..---------.......--------------.. .----. 40,000.00
August ..........-.........-......-......-- .........-..-----..---... 15,000.00
September ..................-----............----- ....-- ----- ..... .. 16,000.00
October......-- .......-- .......................... ...-- ..---...-- ... 17,000.00
November --........-- ..-..--.....--..-..---.. --...----....-- ...---. 18, 115. 00
December..---....-..-...---- .....-..................--- ......------ 18, 723.83
1900.
January....--......- ..-......-- ...--...........-------.......-----. 17,530.00
February ...-..--.................-... .....-- -----....-- .......-- 24, 365.05
March................-...-.....----...---- ... ......----- ..-........ 21,781.91
April.............................................................. 18,459.88
Total.--.....................-----..-...-- ..-- .....-..----- .... 432,075.67

SThese figures are taken from the reports of the former auditor of posts in Cuba,
and where possible have been verified by comparison with the actual deposits of
money with the treasurer of Cuba. The officer charged with the reexamination of
these accounts has not changed these figures, so far as his reports go to show. The
statement is submitted subject to correction when the final accounting has been
reported to the Department, notice of which will be promptly given upon its receipt.
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COMMITTEE ON RELATIONS WITH CUBA,
TT. S. SENATE.




LETTER


OF THE


SECRETARY


OF WAR,


SUBMITTING


A CORRECTED ACCOUNT OF THE
POSTAL REVENUES OF THE
ISLAND OF CUBA.





DECEMBER 13, 1900.





WASHINGTON:
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.
1900.
HH













WAR DEPARTMENT,
ll\\.-,;,l/ ... DIce(nfer 8, 1900.
SIR:-In further response to the resolution of your honorable com-
mittee of May 30, 1900, calling for a report of the revenues and expendi-
tures in the island of Cuba from date of American occupation to and
including April 30, 1900, in order to comply with the direction of your
committee reading-
Said committee shall investigate and report as to receipts as follows: From cus-
toms; from postal service; from internal revenue; from all other sources, specifying
the details as far as practicable, and particularly the places where and dates within
which said amounts were collected or received, and the officer or officers collecting
and receiving the same, as well as the law or authority under which said amounts
were in each instance so collected or received.
and the further direction that-
Said committee shall investigate and report as to the expenditures of said amounts
so received, the necessity and propriety thereof, specifying in classes and detail, so
far as practicable, said expenditures, and particularly the work, services, or property
for which said expenditures are made and the value thereof; also the law or authority
under which each of said expenditures was made, the officers, civil or military, by
whom said expenditures were authorized, and the officer, civil or military, by whom
said expenditure was made, and the particular fund from which the money was
taken for said expenditure-
I have the honor to invite your attention to the statement of postal
revenues and expenditures in the island during the period named, here-
tofore furnished your honorable committee, and to request that the
statement of postal revenues be changed in the following respects to
agree with corrected statements made by the auditor of the island of
Cuba, just at hand-that is, show in statement of revenues for the
month of January, 1899, $31,295.82 instead of $34,810.42; the reve-
nues in April, 1899, $19,500 instead of $39,500; in May, 1899, $28,500
instead of $53,500; in June, 1899, $22,100 instead of $47,100: in July,
1899, $15,000 instead of $40,000, and the total revenues for the period,
$333,561.07 instead of $432,075.67. This is a reduction of $98,514.60,
occasioned by the fact that in the statements rendered there was
included as postal revenues the amount now deducted, this amount hav-
ing been advanced by the postmaster of New York City to the director-
general of posts at Habana to defray current expenses during the early
part of the year 1899.
The expenditures in the island of Cuba during this period are shown
in the statements rendered to your honorable committee as $695,661.10.
This statement includes $18,514.60, balance of amount advanced by
the postmaster at New York, which, being a repayment, should not
have been included in the total expenditures. The total expenditures
therefore should read $677,146.50.
The amount of $18,514.60 was repaid to the postmaster at New
York in the month of October, 1899, and is found in statement of
expenditures by the director-general of posts during that month and
is contained in the printed statement of your honorable committee on
3






4 CORRECTED ACCOUNT OF CUBAN POSTAL REVENUES.

page 165 et seq. In the showing made in said report it will be noted
that the account between the postmaster at New York and the director-
general of posts during the period from January 1, 1899, to October
30, 1899, shows that the postmaster at New York conducted transac-
tions for the Cuban postal service aggregating $109,360.45, $98,514.60
being actually advanced by the postmaster. It will further be noted
that the entire amount of $109,360.45 has been repaid to the post-
master, $98,514.60 being reimbursements and $10,845.85 being pay-
ments through the postmaster at New York of obligations contracted
by the postmaster for the Cuban postal service, but for which no
advance of money was made by the New York postmaster.
A corrected statement of the postal revenue is inclosed herewith.
Very respectfully,
ELIHU ROOT,
Secretary of Vair.
Hon. O. H. PLATT,
Chair an, COmm ittee on Relations with Ciba,
United State8 Senate.



Corrected statement of postal revenues in the island of Cuba during the period from Janu-
ary 1, 1899, to April 30, 1900.


January ...................
February ..................
March...... ............
April ......................
May.......................
June ......................
July.--....................
August ..................
September.................
October....................


$31,295.82
26,832.86
23,356.72
19,500.00
28,500.00
22,100.00
15, 000.00
15,000.00
16,000.00
17,000.00


1899.
November ................. $18,115.00
December.................. 18, 723.83
1900.
January ................... 17,530.00
February .................. 24,365.05
March..................... 21,781.91
April .....-.........-.... .. 18,459.88
Total................ 333,561.07





COMMITTEE ON RELATIONS WITH CUBA,
U. S. SENATE.





STATEMENT


OF THE



ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF WAR


OF


RECEIPTS FROM TELEGRAPH LINES
IN THE ISLAND OF CUBA


FROM


JANUARY 1, 1S99, TO APRIL 30, 1900.


SEPTEMBER 28, 1900.





WASHINGTON:
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.
1900.












TELEGRAPH-LINE RECEIPTS IN THE ISLAND OF CUBA.


WAR DEPARTMENT,
Washington, September 19, 1900.
SIR: In reply to the request of your honorable committee, dated
May 30, 1900, that this Department furnish your committee the statis-
tical and other information specified in the following clause of Senate
resolution of May 26, 1900-
Said committee shall investigate and report as to receipts as follows: From cus-
toms; from postal; from internal revenue, and from all other sources, specifying the
details as far as practicable and particularize the places where and the dates within
which said amounts were collected or received, and the officer or officers collecting
or receiving the same, as well as the law or authority under which said amounts
were in each instance so collected or received.
1 have the honor to transmit herewith a statement of the telegraph-
line receipts in the island of Cuba from January 1, 1899, to April 30,
1900.
The additional information called for in the paragraph quoted will
be transmitted to your honorable committee as rapidly as the same can
be accurately compiled.
Very respectfully, G. D. MEIKLEJOHN,
Acting Secretary of War.


Hon. 0. H. PLATT,
Chairman of the Committee on Relatimns with Cuba,
United States Senate.


Statement of telegraph-line receipts in the island of Cuba, January 1, 1899, to April 30,
1900, showing by months the revenue derived in the several provinces.


Date.


1899.
January................. .................
February................................
March ...............................
April..................................................
May................................................
June ..................................................
July...................................................
August..............................................
September ...........................................
October.............. .................. .......
November ..........................................
December...........................................
1900.
January................................
February .........................
March ....................................
April..................................................
Total................... .................


Provinces.
Puerto
Habana Matanzas Principe
and Pinar and Santa and Santi- Total.
del Rio. Clara. agode
Cuba.

8938.81 $906.63 $274.98 $2,120.42
1,282.09 1,133.83 280.16 2,696.08
1,373.56 1,243.01 813.00 2,929.57
1,463.42 1,262.85 491.93 3,218.20
1,709.63 1,187.12 800.75 3,697.50
1,575.83 1, 225.42 713.13 3,514.38
1,731.46 1,181.60 744.70 3,657.76
1,701.88 1,340.27 797.83 3,839.98
1,774.46 1,165.23 1,138.29 4,077.98
1,863.23 1,168,39 889.60 3,921.22
1,822.34 1,207.25 561.48 3,591.07
2,084.96 1,474.52 1,522.02 5,081.50

2,189.88 1,479.65 1,494.31 5,163.84
1,943.29 1,521.74 1,32V9.15 4,794.18
2,644.84 1,761.45 1,740.63 6,146.92
2,106.67 1,515.03 1,658.29 5,279.99
28,206.35 20,773.99 14,750.25 63,730.59






COMMITTEE ON RELATIONS WITH CUBA,
U. S. SENATE.




STATEMENT


OF THE


SECRETARY OF


WAR.


ITEMIZED STATEMENT OF MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES IN
THE ISLAND OF CUBA DURING THE PERIOD
FROM JANUARY 1, 1899, TO APRIL
30, 1900, AS AUDITED.




NOVEMBER 30, 1900.





WASHINGTON:
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.
1900.


















ITEMIZED STATEMENT OF MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES IN THE
ISLAND OF CUBA DURING THE PERIOD FROM JANUARY 1,
1899, TO APRIL 30, 1900, AS AUDITED.

[Total receipts, $72,066.08.]

Statement of miscellaneous receipts other than those collected by customs and internal-revenue
collectors and telegraph-line receipts (all of which are reported elsewhere) collected in the
island of Cuba from January 1, 1899, to June 30, 1899.


Officer making collections.

Oscar S. Durfee, military director Ju-
caro and San Fernando Railroad.
Do.................................
Lieut. C. C.Smith.....................
Maj.J.B.Aleshire....................
Capt. Abner Pickering................
Do...............................
Capt. G. S. Cartwright..................
Lieut. Col. W. M. Black ...............
Do........................... ....
Do................................
Do.................... ............
Do................................
Do................................
Do................................
Do...............................
Do................................
Col. P. H. Ray..........................
Maj. E. F. Ladd......................
Do................................
Total ....---.........---.........


Source of revenue. Amount.

Carter and Fawcett, contribution to railroad by Mr. $1,000.00
Carter.
Railroad earnings for June....................... 2,109.17
Miscellaneous collections at Trinidad.............. 1,194.05
Lunatic asylum................................ 27.78
F. de la Ponce, tax collections..................... 581.62
....do....................."...................... 195.66
Collected for cleaning cesspool ................... 172.00
R. Truffin & Co., part payment for dredging ....... 1,000.00
Jose Pujalo, residue sum unexpended by late Junta 1,323.65
de Obras.
JosO Pajalo, discount of payment employees ....... 292.57
Rent of dredge Porto Rico, Herederos de Pablo 60.00
Gomez.
Jose Pajalo, rent of pile driver...................... 200.00
Jos< Pajalo, proceeds of sale of hard wood, Obras 672.57
del Puerto.
R. Grifin, payment for dredging ................... 398.14
P. D. Cunmngham, sale of old scrap iron............ 24.37
P. D. Cunningham, street work at 137 Obispo street 4.87
Municipal revenues....... ... ..... 307.88
Funds received from the sale of one worn-out pub- 90.90
lie vehicle.
Funds received from sale of Spanish paper money. 37.23
.................................. .................. 9,692.46


Statement of miscellaneous revenues in the island of Cuba during the period from July 1,
1899, to April 30, 1900.

MONTH OF JULY, 1899.
[Lieut. Oscar S. Durfee, military director of the Jucaro and San Fernando Railroad Company, Ciego
de Avila, Cuba.]

July 1 ............................ Earnings of road for July, 1899.................. $3,725.94


[Walter Fletcher Smith, paymaster engineers, Department of Habana.]

July 1 United Railways of Hlabana Guaranty for dredging .......................... ,000.00
and Regla Wh. Ltd.
17 F. Mendez, manager .......... Damages to cart................................. 1.61
31 A. H.Weber, assistantengineer. Damagesto wharf............................... 40.70
31 D.A. Gilliea ................ Four days' rent of pile driver ................... 14.00
Total .......................... ........................................... 2,056.31





4 MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES.

Statement of miscellaneous revenues in the island of Cuba during the period from July 1,
1899, to April 30, 1900--Continued.

MONTH OF AUGUST, 1899.

[Lieut. Preston Brown, Second Infantry, disbursing officer, Cienfuegos.]

Aug. 25 Jos6 A. Fris ........... Sanitation of cepool.................... 311. 97
30 .....do ..................... ....do ......................................... 959.75
Total ..... ................................................... 1,271.72


[Walter Fletcher Smith, paymaster engineers, Department of Habana.]

Aug. 1 F. Mendez. superintendent.... Damage to wagon ............................ $2.79
7 United Railways of Habana... Guaranty for dredging................ .. .... 2,000.00
14 P. D. Cunningham, assistant For checks lost and uniforms charged............ .50
engineer.
14 .....do ....... .................do... ....................................... 1.25
14 ... do ....... ....... ......... .... ... .................................. ..... 53.25
14 .....do ......................... .... do ....................... 36.00
14 .....do............... ............ ...do ........................27.75
14 .....do ...................... ... .. do ................................. ...... ..... 1.08
14 .....do............. .............do............................................ 577.50
16 D. Van Aken ............ Rent pile driver, 2 days ........................ 7.00
23 R. Truffin & Co................ Guaranty for dredging ........................ 400.00
25 United Railways of Habana... .....do .................................... 838.40
31 Jose R. Ariza, mayor........... .....do .......................................... 1,000.00
Total ..................... ......... .......................... 4,945.52


[Lieut. Oscar S. Durfee, military director of the Jucaro and San Fernando Railroad Company, Ciego
de Avila, Cuba.]

Aug. 1 .............................. Earnings of road for August, 1899................ 1,767.62


[Rafael Montalvo, comandante presidio, Habana, Cuba.]

Dr. Wm. C. Gorges............. Treatment of patient, August................... $65.83


MONTH OF SEPTEMBER, 1899.

[Maj. George S. Cartwright, disbursing officer at Matanzas.]

July 31 T.Bea & Co................... Refunded overcharge, lighterage............ $13.37
31 .....do......................... Cleaning cesspool ............................. 50.00
Aug. 31 .....do.......................... ..do .......................................... 215.00
Total ................................................................... 278.37


[Lieut. Oscar S. Durfee, military director of the Jucaro and San Fernando Railroad, Ciego de Avila,
Cuba.]

Sept. 1 ...-............................. Earnings of road, September, 1899................ $1,453.36


[Lieut. H. M. Powell, First Infantry, disbursing officer, Pinar del Rio.]

Sept. 1 Collected .................... For street sweeping ........................... $48.40
30 .do........... do....d..............................do 24.10
Total .......................... ....................................... 72.50






MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES. 5

Statement of miscellaneous revenues in the island of Cuba during the period from July 1,
1899, to April 80, 1900--Continued.

MONTH OF SEPTEMBER, 1899--Continued.

[Walter Fletcher Smith, paymaster engineers, Department of Habana.]

Sept. 1 Dirube & Varela .............. Rent of pile driver ............................... 810.50
12 Banco Espaiol de la Isla de .................................................... 2,360.63
Cuba.
13 Ubaldo Vellemil............... Rent steam roller ................................ 26.20
22 Banco Espafiol de la Isla de Sale of Spanish billetes.......................... 2,590.90
Cuba.
28 A.C. Harper................... Sale of uniforms.................................. 566.13
Total .......................................................... 5,554.36


[Lieut. A. E. Williams, Second Infantry, disbursing officer, Cienfuegos.]

Sept. 30 Mayor of Cienfuegos .......... Cleaning cesspools ............................... 562.03


[Rafael Montalvo, comandante presidio, Habana, Cuba.]

SDr. Wm. C. Gorgas............. Treatment of patient, September ................ 332.24


MONTH OF OCTOBER, 1899.
[Lieut. A. P. Berry, Tenth Infantry, disbursing officer, Matanzas.]

Oct. 28 Cash...................... Subrental telephone office, September and Oc- $50.00
tober.


[Maj. Geo. S. Cartwright, disbursing officer, Matanzas.]

Sept. 30 Cash collected................. Cleaning cesspool ........................... $135.00
Sale two mules.... ......................... 127.00
Cleaning cesspool ...... ..................... 155.00
Total .... ...................... .. ......................... 417.00


[Lieut. Oscar F. Durfee, military director of the Jacaro and San Fernando Railroad, Ciego de Avila,
Cuba.]

Oct. 1 ................................ Earnings of road, October, 1899 ................ $1,251.24


[Lieut. P. D. Lockridge, Second Cavalry, disbursing officer, Santa Clara.]

Aug. 16 E.P.Hamlin .................. Subscription................................... $12.00


[Rafael Montalvo, commandant presidio, Habana, Cuba.]

Oct. 30 Dr.Wm.C.Gorgas............. Treatment of patient, October .................. $83.50


[Walter Fletcher Smith, paymaster engineers, Department of Habana.]

Oct. 10 Habana Electric Railway Co.. Excavation, borings, and soundings in harbor $200.00
in front of Caballeria to Panla wharves.
10 North American Trust Co..... Cost asphalt pavement in front bank ............ 249.75
10 Claudio G. Mendoza .......... Asphalt pavement in front of his residence and 1,265.00
Mr. Gelat's.
31 Habana Electric Railway Co.. Further deposit on account of borings........... 100.00
Total .................... ........................ .................... 1,814.75






6 MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES.

Statement of miscellaneous revenues in the island of Cuba during the period from July 1,
1899, to April 30, 1900-Continued.

MONTH OF NOVEMBER, 1899.
[Maj. George S. Cartwright, disbursing officer, Matanzas.]

Nov. 1 ................................. Cleaning cesspool ................................ $100.00

[Lieut. C. R. Darnall. assistant surgeon military hospital, No. 1, Habana.]

Nov. ............................. Receipts from sale of ice, October and November. 8367.04

[Lieut. Oscar F. Durfee, military director of the Jacaro and San Fernandez Railroad, Ciego de Avila,
Cuba.]

Nov. i................................ Earningsof road, November ..................... $1,638.78

[Rafael Montalvo, commandant presidio, disbursing officer, Habana.]

Nov. 30 Maj.W. C. Gorgas........... Treatment of patient. November................. $53.67

[Lieut. W. G. Penfield, First Infantry, disbursing officer, Pinar del Rio.]

Nov. 3 ............................... Sale of street sweepings ........................ $24.10

[Walter Fletcher Smith, paymaster engineers, Department of Habana.]

Nov. 1 Claudio Mendoza............. Asphalt blocks, Amagura street............ .... $106.25
16 J. M. Yzguerdo................ Cash furnished by street department formanure 138.50
'22 Maj. W. C. Gorgas, contract For garbage cans for engineer department...... 83.20
surgeon, Department of Ha-
bana.
25 Collector of customs for Cuba.. Amount refunded, settlement in overpayment... 283.64
Total ................... ..................... ..... .... ............ 611.59

[First Lieut. A. E. Williams, Second Infantry, disbursing officer, Cienfuegos, Cuba.]

Nov. 30 ............................... Received from work of excavation.............. $58.00


MONTH OF DECEMBER, 1899.
[Maj.George S. Cartwright, quartermaster, U.S. V., Matanzas, Cuba.]

Dec. 30 .......................... Received for cleaning cesspools................ $115.00

[Lieut. C. R. Darnall, assistant surgeon, U.S. A. military hospital, No. 1, Habana, Cuba.]

Dec. 1 I............................... Receipts from ale of ice.......... ......... $1,152.94

[Lieut. Oscar S. Durfee, superintendent Jucaro and San Fernando Railroad, Ciego de Avila, Cuba.]

Dec. 31 ................................ Earnings of road, December..................... $1,405.11


[Lieut. P. D. Lockridge, Second Cavalry, Santa Clara, Cuba.]

Dec. 12 Francisco Costillo............. For cleaning vaults............................ $85.25






MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES. 7


Statement of miscellaneous revenues in the island of Cuba during the period from July 1,
1899, to April 30, 1900-Continued.

MONTH OF DECEMBER, 1899-Continued.

[Rafael Montalvo, commandant presidio, Habana, Cuba.]

Dec. 6 Maj. J. F. Stretch, medical de- Treatment of patients.......................... $45.84
apartment, Habana.


[Second Lieut. Walter G. Penfield, First Infantry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba.]

Dec. 17 ................................ Received from sale of street sweepings .......... $24.10


[Walter Fletcher Smith, paymaster engineers, Department of Habana, Habana, Cuba.]

Dec. 4 Joseph Woodrow............. Returnal duties on 4,000 sample paving bricks $48.27
I furnished gratis.
7 Ferrocarriles Unidos de la Guarantee for dredging........................ 3,000.00
Habana.
Total .................................................................... 3,048.27


MONTH OF JANUARY, 1900.

[Maj. George S. Cartwright, quartermaster, U. S. V., Matanzas, Cuba.]

Jan. 31 Various parties................ For cleaning cesspools......................... $105.00

[Capt. W. H. Chatfield, Fifth United States Infantry, Baracoa, Cuba.]

Jan. Detachment of rural guard First installment on horses...................... 115.00
stationed at Baracoa, Cuba.

[Lieut. C. R. Darnell, assistant surgeon, U. S. A., Military Hospital No. 1, Habana, Cuba.]

Jan. 1 ................................. Receipts from sales of ice, December............. $1,123.70

[Oscar S. Durfee, superintendent, Jucaro and San Fernando Railroad, Ciego de Avila, Cuba.]

Jan. 31 ............................ Earnings of road, January........................ 1,581.39

[John G. Davis, major and surgeon, U. S. V., Habana, Cuba.]

Jan. 27 Almacenes de Hacendados.... Received for disinfecting Hacendados warehouse! $263.70

[First Lieut. J. L. Hines, Second Infantry, Cienfuegos, Cuba.]

Jan. 31 ............................. Received from work of excavation in December 8117.00
and January.

[Rafael Montalvo, commandant del presidio, Habana.]

Jan. 31 Maj. J. F. Stretch .............. Treatment of patients during January........... 37.64
Canteen rental ................................. 91.00
Total ...................................... ............................. 128.64
1






8 MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES.

Statement of miscellaneous revenues in the island of Cuba during the period from July 1,
1899, to April 30, 1900-Continued.

MONTH OF JANUARY, 1900-Continued.

[Second Lieut. Walter G. Penfield, First Infantry, Pinar del Rio, Cuba.]

Jan. 31 Funds......................... Received from sale of street sweepings........... 58.32

[Walter Fletcher Smith, paymaster, engineer department, Habana, Cuba.]

Jan. 3 Prieto & Co....................................................................... .. 0.91
3 Joaquin Urguge........................... .. .............. .50
10 San Jose Storage W. H.Co..... Rent,pile driver.......................... $3.50
Crew and superintendence................ 12.50
IS-- 16.00
18. Maj. J. G. Davis, chief sanitary Cost of file closet made:
office. Lumber .............................. 10.20
Hardware ............................ 1.05
Labor ............................... 10.00
-- 21.25
9 Kajewski Pesant Co........... Guaranty for dredging .......................... 5,000.00
Total .................................... ...................... 5,038.66


MONTH OF FEBRUARY, 1900.
[Maj. George S. Cartwright, quartermaster, U. S. V., Matanzas, Cuba.]

Feb. 28 ................................ For cleaning cesspool ........................ $140.00


[Capt. W. H. Chatfield, Fifth United States Infantry, disbursing officer, Baracoa.]

Feb. 3 Officers and men of rural Installment on horses........................ $80.00
guard at district of Baracoa.


[Asst. Surg. C. R. Darnell, U. S. A., disbursing officer. Habana.]

............................. Receipts for sale of ice ................. .... $1,037.12


[Lieut. Oscar F. Durfee, military director of the Jucaro and San Fernandez Railroad, Ciego de Avila.]

Feb. .................. ........ Earnings of road, February...--.............. .. $2,098.47


[Maj. John G. Davis, surgeon, U. S. V.. disbursing officer, Habana.]

Feb. 13 T. H. McLean, admr. of ........................................ 351.49
Marianao R. R.


[Lient. John L. Hines, Second Infantry, disbursing officer, Cienfuegos.]

-.....-...................... Receipts for excavation work.................. $12.00


[Rafael Montalvo, commandant presidio, disbursing officer, Habana.]

Feb. 28 Treasurer Suarez ... ... Rents...........Rents ........... ............. 58.56
Canteen rental ............ .....do ...................... ............... 91.75
Ramon Gonzalez ......... .....do ........................................... 12.09
Urban Fernandez ............... do ......................................... 66.22
Dr. Wm.C.Gorgas ........... Care of prisoners............................... 40.62
Total .................... ................... .... 269.24





MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES. 9

Statement of miscellaneous revenues in the island of Cuba during the period from July 1,
1899, to April 80, 1900-Continued.

MONTH OF FEBRUARY, 1900-Continued.

[Lieut. Walter G. Penfield, First Infantry, Pinar del Rio.]

Feb. 20 ................................. Cleaning cesspool at city jail .................... $20.00
28 ................................ Receipts from street sweepings .................. 35.00
55.00

[Maj. 0. E. Wood, chief commissary, Habana, Cuba.]

Feb. ........ Sle of flour ..................................... 437.00


[B. F. Davis, treasury disbursing clerk for division of Cuba, Habana.]

Feb. 27 J.L. Fiedendall............... .................................. $68.42


MONTH OF MARCH, 1900.
[Maj. George D. Cartwright, quartermaster, U. S. V., Matanzas, Cuba.]

......... .............................. Cleaning cesspools, March...................... $152.50

[Capt. Walter H. Chatfield, Fifth Infantry, commanding post, Baracoa.]

Mar. 15 .................................. Receipts from sale of horses .................... $128.00

[Maj. F. S. Dodge, paymaster, Habana.]

Mar. 28 ........................... Receipts sale notes, Bank of Spain Isle de Cuba, $1,553.93
captured during Santiago campaign.

[Lieut. Oscar F. Durfee, military director of the Jacaro and San Fernandez Railroad, Ciego de Avila.]

Mar. ........................ ......... Earnings of road, March ...................... 2,105.27


[Lieut. John L. Hines, Second Infantry, Cienfuegos, Cuba.]

Mar. -- ............-- -..........- ...... Receipts from excavation work .................. 32.00

[Lieut. A. J. Harris, Second Infantry, Sagua la Grande.]

Mar. 31 Sundry persons................ Receipts from sale of various articles ............ 117.32

[Rafael Montalvo, commandant presidio, Cuba.]

Mar. 5 ................................ Receipts, rent presidio canteen.................. $91.11
10 ................................. Receipts, rent cigar, cigarette, and shoe shop..... 176.26
10 ............................ Receipts from Maj. W. C. Gorgas, chief surgeon, 21.24
for board of patients for February.
21 ......................... Receipts, rent cigar shops, March ............... 91.95
21 .......................... Receipts, rent cigarette shop ................... 62.08
21 ............................ Receipts,shoe shop............................ 49.68
21 .............................. Receipts, Maj. W. C. Gorgas, surgeon, board of 39.84
patients.
Total ............. ................................................... 532.16





10 MISCELLANEOUS REVENUES.

Statement of miscellaneous revenues in the island of Cuba during the period from July 1,
1899, to April 30, 1900-Continued.
MONTH OF MARCH, 1900-Continued.
[Capt. W. S. Scott, military director of the Jacaro and San Fernandez Railroad, Ciego de Avila.]

Mar. -- ............-........- ........ Earnings of road................................ $279.08

[Maj. W. J. White, quartermaster, U. S. V., military hospital No. 1, Habana.]

Mar. 31 I................................ Receipts from sale of ice........................ 982.71

MONTH OF APRIL, 1900.

[Capt. H. H. Benham, Second Infantry, Trinidad, Cuba.]

Apr. 17 Francisco Soler.............. Receipts from sale old rails and old wheels...... $1,863.76

[Maj. George S. Cartwright, quartermaster, Matanzas.]

.... ............................... Cleaning cesspool ............................... 110.00

[Lieut. Fred. V. S. Chamberlain, Second Infantry, Sagua la Grande.]

......... -.....-...-.................. Receipts from sale material from torn up drain.. $11.40

[Lieut. John L. Hines, Second Infantry, Cienfuegos.]

................................. Receipts from excavation work.................. $40.00

[Capt. E. A. Helmick, Tenth Infantry, Matanzas.]

.. Members rural guard......... Receipts from sale of uniforms................... $295.05

[Rafael Montalvo, commandant presidio, Cuba.]

Apr. 1 ................................. Receipts, rent cigar and shoe shops and canteen.. $243.59

[Lieut. Walter G. Penfield, First Infantry, Pinar del Rio.]

Apr. ............................... Receipts sale street sweepings................... $35.00

[Capt. W. S. Scott, assistant quartermaster, U. S. V., military director of the Jacaro and San Fernandez
Railroad, Ciego de Avila.]

Apr. ............................ .. Earnings of road, April....................... 2,341.88

[Maj. W. J. White, quartermaster, U. S. V., military hospital No.1, Habana.]

Apr. ........--......... ......... Receipts from sale of ice........................... 1,189.20

In addition to the above revenues there were deposited with the treasurer of Cuba
by sundry persons various amounts, aggregating a total of $2,836.64, representing
revenues not classified by the auditor. Detailed statements have been requested, and
will be furnished your honorable committee as soon as received by the Department.

O






COMMITTEE ON RELATIONS WITH CUBA,
U. S. SENATE.




STATEMENT


OF THE


SECRETARY


OF WAR


EXPENDITURES MADE UNDER THE HEADING
OF AID TO DESTITUTE IN THE
ISLAND OF CUBA


FROM JANUARY 1, 1899, TO APRIL 30, 1900,

AS AUDITED.


WASHINGTON:
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.
1900.


















ITEMIZED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES.





[Total expended, $223,343.37.]

Itemized statement of expenditures in the island of Cuba made under the heading of "Aid
to the destitute," from funds pertaining to the fiscal year ended June 80, 1899.

[Disbursements made by Maj. W. H. Miller, quartermaster, U. S. V., disbursing officer at Matanzas.]


1899.
June 20 Ignacio Cuenelas................. Services, loading Cuban rations.............. $12.00
22 Valentine Arenas ................. Services, unloading Cuban rations........... 57.84
30 Tomas F. Vigu ........................do.... 51.00
30 Alonzo Hermano.......... ....... 6,000 pounds seed corn ..................... 166.67
30 Alascoago & Sota .......... ....... 500 machetes and 400 hoes .................... 520.83
Total ................................................ ................... 808.34


[Disbursements made by Maj. John G. Davis, chief sanitary officer, disbursing officer at Habana.]


Jose Petaluga.....................
Abdim Tremols ................
Tirso J. Valdes ....................
Arturo Barrinat ..................
Joaquin Diaz....................
Dr. Miguel Beada ................
Pay roll ...........................
T. Rensole.........................
Pay roll ...................... .....
.....do............................
.....do...........................
.....do............................
Francisco Rayiven ...............

Jose Alvarez......................
A. Jemenez Ausley..............
J. A. Bueno.......................
Dr. Manuel Cotillo ...............
Miguel Fernando Garndo.........
Miguel A. Montago...............
Jose Guillemo Diaz...............
Jose del Pilar Zarza..............
Juan Pascal Val de Carresas.......
Ldo. Abnew ......................
Dr. Enrique Portmando...........
Daniel M. Cuerro................
Manuel Johnson .................
C. C. Ioliffe, M. D .................
D. F. Rensoli....................
Pay roll ..........................
.....do............................
.....do........... ..............
Dr. Enrique Portiendo...........
Pay roll ...........................
Jose Alvarez......................
A. Jeminez Ausley ...............
Lda. Terso T. Valdes..............
Daniel M. Cuerro.................
Abdan Tremols...................
Jose Petaluge.....................
Ldo. Joaquin Diaz.................
Bemado Solano...... ............
Ldo. J. A. De Bueno............
Prospero Ascencio................
Enrique'Acosta...................
Dr. Miguel Beada ................
Manuel Cotilla ...................


Medicine for destitute.......................
.....do...... .............................
.....do.......................................
.....do .......................................
.....do......................................
Forage for horses...........................
Services, two houses of assistance ...........
Supplies, two houses of assistance...........
Services, third house of assistance...........
Services, fourth house of assistance ..........
Services, first house of assistance............
Services, vaccine establishment..............
Services, expense account, vaccine establish-
ment.
Medicine for destitute.......................
.....do.......................................
.....do.......................................
.....do .......................................
.....do .......................................
.....do........................................
.....do........................................
.....do .......................................
Rent of house,Casa Blanca, for reconcentrados
Medicine for destitute........................
Rent, house of assistance, Casa Blanca.......
Medicines for destitute.......................
Services, cleaning cesspools..................

Material, second house of assistance .........
Services, second house of assistance..........
Services, third house of assistance ...........
Services, first house of assistance.............
Rent of house of assistance..................
Services, fourth house of assistance ..........
Medicine for destitute.......................
.....do................... .......... ...
.....do........................... ..
.....do......................................
.....do..................................
.....do.......................................
.....do .......................................
Supplies, charitable institutions, offices, etc..
Medicines for destitute......................
.....do.......................................
Antitoxin for destitute.......................
Forage for horses.............................
Medicines for destitute.......................


1899.
May 2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2

2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
June 1
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7
7


$216.63
529.56
28.87
148.49
37.88
12.00
876.33
4.62
543.74
768.56
696.70
117.00
39.26

224.25
340.88
44.34
355.42
25.87
239.95
14.31
360.51
11.75
197.69
14.69
105.54
400.23
25.00
4.59
872.30
542.81
703.73
13.97
765.03
271.95
349.89
34.02
253.56
576.09
202.99
25.98
50.19
59.77
242.29
4.00
11.98
364.60






4 AID TO DESTITUTE.

Itemized statement of expenditures in the island of Cuba made under the heading of "Aid
to the destitute," etc.-Continued.

[Disbursements made by Maj. John G. Davis, chief sanitary officer, disbursing officer at Habana.]


1899.
June 7 Jose Guillenno Diaz............... Medicines for destitute....................... $38.62
7 M. A. IMontego- .........................do... ............................. 558.85
7 La Companie Internacionale Transportation of insane..................... 12.45
Terro Careles.
7 Leongilde A. Merquida ........... Medicines for destitute....................... 4.37
7 Ldo. Juan L. Sanchez .................. o ........................................ 7.82
7 Manuel Johnson .................. Medicine for destitute, and supplies, sanita- 193.21
tion.
7 Jose del Pilar Zarza ............... Medicine for destitute........................ 345.06
7 C. Torres Co..................... Supplies, hospital, house of assistance........ 12.32
20 Juan Pascal Vda de Caneros ...... Rent of house for reconcentrados ............ 19.54
30 Pay roll .................... .... First house of asistance...................... 709.76
30 ....do ............... Second house of assistance ................... 870.30
30 .....do -...-..... ... Third house of assistance..................... 533.93
30 ....do ...................... ... Fourth house of assistance ................... 76. 28
30 Dr. Enrique Portundo........... Rent of house of assistance................... 14.59
30 Daniel M. Cuerro................. Medicine for destitute........................ 235.09
30 Jose Alvares............ ....... .....do ........................................ 248.39
30 Ldo. Manuel Cotillo........... ....do ........................................ 269.73
30 Abdan Tremolo................. .....do ........................................ 463.53
30 Dr. Miguel Beadda ................ Forage for horse.............................. 11.92
30 A.Jeminez Ausley................. Medicine for destitute........................ 382.34
30 Jose Pitaluga .................... ... .. -do ........................................ 169.27
30 M.A. Monteyo..................... .... do ........................................ 623.62
30 Prospero Aseneio ..................... .. do ........................................ 255.28
30 Ldo. Terso T. Valdes.............. -..... do ........................................ 22.94
30 Ldo.T.Diaz ................ ... .... do .. ................ .................. 14.91
30 Jose Guillemus Diaz v Maceas... .....do ....................................... 37.62
30 Juana Pascnal Vas de Caneros.... Rent of house for reconcentrados ............ 19.45
30 Ldo. T.T.Bueno................... Medicine for destitute........................ 56.88
30 Bernardo So!ona .................. Printing and stationary, house of assistance, 118.35
disinfecting department.
30 Jose del Pilar Zarza ............... Medicine for destitute........................ 282.34
30 Leovigildo A. Mesquida ........... .....do ........................................ 5.73
30 PedroGonzalez.................... Labor and material, repairs to the fourth 388.12
house of assistance.
30 Manuel Johnson .................. Medical supplies, instruments and medicines 481.65
for destitute.
30 .....do ............................. Operating tables, house of assistance......... 1,052.67
30 Juan Mayolina.................... Labor, whitewashhng third house of assistance 22.94
30 Parderas & Co..................... Labor and material, repairs to first house of 462.00
assistance.
30 C. Torres y Co...................... Supplies, bromotological laboratory and dis- 9.04
infection department.
30 Jose Antonio Riera................ Labor, moving furniture, fourth house of as- 5.73
distance.
30 Juan L.Sanchez................... Medicine for destitute...--................... 5.96
30 D. T. Rensoli....................... Labor and material, third house of assistance. 4.59
30 Julian Azuer yElegable........... Labor, moving furniture, third house of as- 4.00
distance.
July 26 P. P. Elejalde & Co................. Furniture, first, second, and fourth houses of 912.96
assistance.
27 Campo y Hno..................... Medicine stands, third and fourth houses of 45.70
assistance.
Aug. 21 Manuel Johnson................... Medicine for destitute....................... 193.61
21 .....do............................ Supplies, bromotological laboratory and 138.69
house of assistance.
26 .....do............................ Operating table, second house assistance..... 159.45
Total ..................................................................... 22,918.41


[Disbursements made by Maj. John G. Davis, chief sanitary officer, disbursing officer at Habana
Spanish gold account.]

1899.
Feb. 17 Pay roll............................ Services, second house of assistance.......... $859.74
17 T. Rensole.......... ............. Supplies, second house of assistance.......... 5.00
17 Payroll......................... Services, fourth house of assistance........... 970.70
17 D. Vasguez................... Medicine for destitute........................ 5.00
17 Payroll....... ................ Services, third house of assistance........... 612.19
17 Dr. Leonardo Fareche............. Medicine for destitute....................... 5.00
17 Manuel Johnson ......... ....... Medical supplies for destitute................ 37.23
17 .....do................................. do ............................... ..... 6.19
17 Pay roll.......................... Services, vaccine establishment............... 101.66
17 Raoul Villiers .................... Medicines for destitute.................. .... 50.00
17 Jose Capote Rossell.......... .....do ................................... .... 146.80
17 C. Ruiz ..................... .......do ...................................... 140.49
17 Arbun Berrinot........................do ...................................... 366.00








AID TO DESTITUTE. 0

Itemized statement of expenditures in the island of Cuba made under the heading of "Aid
to the destitute," etc.-Continued.

[Disbursements made by Maj. John G. Davis, chief sanitary officer, disbursing officer at Habana.
Spanish gold account.]


1899.
Feb. 17 Jose Alvarez....................... Medicines for destitute....................... $7.10
18 Dr. Enrique Portiendo............. Rent of house of assistance.................. 15.90
18 .... do............................ Supplies, first house of assistance ............. 5.00
18 ....do ............................ Services, first house of assistance............. 795.73
Mar. 9 J. Diaz........................... Medicine for destitute........................ 153.50
9 Manuel Cotilla .............. ..........do...................................... 76.00
9 Jose Alvarez............................do....................................... 102.80
9 Cannto Valdes .........................do ........................................ 25.55
9 Pay roll............................ Services,vaccine establishment.............. 25.00
9 .....do............ ................ .....do ........................................ 126.66
9 Jose Guillemo Diaz................ Medicines for destitute....................... 18.25
9 .....do ................... ........ ......do ........................................ 354.75
9 Manuel Johnson .................. .....do ........................................ 72.21
9 .....do ............................. .....do ........................................ 72.21
9 .....do ............................ .....do........................................ 72.21
9 .....do ............................. .....do ........................................ 72.21
9 .....do............................. Medicines for destitute (Hospital Aldecon).. 267.94
9 .....do ............................. Medicines for Carcel Guanabarra............ 59.59
9 S. V.Casans....................... Medicine for destitute ....................... 921.68
9 Jose Capote Rossell... .................do........................................ 548.25
10 Jose M.Falber..................... .....do ........................................ 28.50
10 Luiz Garzon....................... .....do ........................................ 971.81
10 ..... do ............................. .....do ........................................ 526.76
10 i Austin Barrinat................... .....do ........................................ 907.24
10 I O. Waterland ...................... .....do ........................................ 100.50
10 Pay roll ........................... Services, first house of assistance ............ 774.50
10 I Dr. Enrique Portuendo............ Supplies, first house of assistance ............ 5.00
10 d.....do ............................. .....do ........................................ 15.90
10 Pay roll ........................... Services, third house of assistance ........... 590.31
10 .....do ............................. Services, fourth house of assistance .......... 831.97
10 G. Acosta .......................... Antitoxine for destitute...................... 2.00
10 Enrique Arambarri ............... Supplies, third house of assistance........... 143.88
10 Pay roll ........................... Services, second house of assistance ......... 940.30
10 F. Rensole......................... Supplies, second house of assistance......... 5.00
10 Ravoul Villiers.................... Medicine for destitute ....................... 277.00
30 Manuel Johnson .................. Medicine for Hospital Bascolla .............. 128.38
30 .....do............................ Medicine for destitute ....................... 43.37
30 .....do ............................. .....do........................................ 71.57
30 .....do ............................. .....do........................................ 180.03
30 .....do............................. Supplies, vaccine department................ 18.37
Apr. 1 Jose Guillemo Diaz................ Medicine for destitute ....................... 34.00
1 Jose Caote Rossell................ .....do ....................................... 29.25
1 Pay roll ........................... Services, vaccine department ................ 126.66
1 Dr. Enrique M. Porter............. Supplies for vaccine establishment .......... 36.50
1 Dr.Arbun Barrinat................ Medicine for destitute ....................... 386.85
1 Jose M.Talber.................... .....do ........................................ 87.25
1 Jersi J.Valdes..................... .....do........................................ 31.50
1 Manuel Cotilla .................... .....do........................................ 400.00
1 Jose Petuloga ..................... .....do........................................ 73.75
1 Luiz Garzon....................... .....do ........................................ 723.00
1 Dr. Enrique Portiendo ............ Rent, house of assistance .................... 15.90
1 Pay roll ........................... Services, first house of assistance ............ 849.31
1 .....do ............................. Services, fourth house of assistance.......... 831.97
1 C.Ruiz ............................ Medicine for destitute ....................... 358.46
1 Pay roll ........................... Services, third house of assistance ........... 590.31
3 Joaquin Diaz ...................... Medicine for destitute ....................... 96.00
3 F. Rensoli ......................... Supplies, second house of assistance ......... 5.00
3 Pay roll ........................... Services, second house of assistance ......... 948.63
3 Jose Alvarez....................... Medicines for destitute....................... 223.25
3 C. Torre y Co...................... Supplies, charitable institute and house of 117.44
assistance.
3 Jose P. Zarza .................... Medicines for destitute ...................... 380.00
4 Bernardo Solano .................. Printing and stationery, charitable institu- 250.22
tion.
15 Manuel Johnson .................. Medicines for hospital ....................... 1,326.71
Total .................... ... I......................... ........... 21,582.99


[Disbursements made by Capt. Noel Gaines, Third Kentucky Volunteers, disbursing officer at Habana.]

1899.
Apr. 30 United States Subsistence Depart- j Rice.......................... ....... ...... 3.38
ment.
30 Capt. Noel Gaines, Third Ken- Expense account............................. 12.34
tucky Volunteers.
30 Sergt.L.H.Aparian ......... Car fare .................................... .75
30 Capt. Noel Gaines, Third Ken- I Repairing wagon............................ 1.00
tucky Volunteers.








6 AID TO DESTITUTE.

Itemized statement of expenditures in the island of Cuba made under the heading of "Aid
to the destitute," etc.-Continued.

[Disbursements made by Capt. Noel Gaines, Third Kentucky Volunteers, disbursing officer at Habana.]

1889.
Apr. 30 La Revista Blanca................. Stationery .........................1... $15.00
30 Rambla, Bouza & Co...... .. ........ do.. .................................. 63.45
Mar. 31 Pay roll ....................... Cuban relief................................ 899.99
31 La'Revista Blanca................. Printing............................... 15.00
31 Rambla, Bouza & Co ....... ....... do....................................... 91.75
31 Sergt. L. H. Apiaran ...... ...... Car fare ..................................... 1.56
31 Capt. Noel Gaines, Third Ken- i Office expenses............................... 8.93
tuckv Volunteers. i
Feb. 15 Franecisco Xiquis.................. Printing................................ 21.15
15 C.Torrev & Co.................... Office furniture ............................. 8.84
15 Capt. Noel Gaines, Third Ken- Cab and car fare ............................. 10.30
tucky Volunteers.
15 Pay roll ......................... Cuban relief ................................ 321.67
28 !.....do.......................... .. ...do........................................ 323.02
Apr. 29 M.R.Sanrex ..................... Sundry accounts........................... 50.00
Total .......... ........ ............................................. 1,848.13

[Disbursements made by Brig. Gen. C. F. Humphreys, chief quartermaster, U. S. V.. disbursing officer
at Habana.]

1899.
Aug. 8 Mendez & Co............ ........ Freight on rations for destitute Cubans ... $0.20
8 Mariana and Habana R. R.Co..... Freight, rations to destitute Cubans......... 247.51
9 United Railways, Habana......... Freight on rations ............................ 65.69
9 Tunis and Sancti Spiriti R. R ..... .....do ........................................ 195.78
9 Mariana and Habana R.R ........ .....do .............. .....................i 12.64
9 Tunis and Sancti Spiriti R.R...... .....do... ................................ 6.80
10 .....do ........................... .....do .......................................I 10.88
10 United R. R., Habana..................do...................................... 27.30
10 .....do.......................... .....do ................................ 6.70
10 Mariana and Habana R. R........ Freight on rations to destitute .............. 30.15
Total .................................................................... 603.65


[Disbursements made by Lieut. Sedgwick Rice, acting adjutant-general, disbursing officer at
Habana.]

1899.
June 30 Pay roll ........................... Clerks in charge Cuban relief fund .......... 728.33
30 Ruiz & Hno ...................... Printing, stationery, etc ..................... 88.85
30 E. Arrespit....................... Rent of house for relief station............... 46.65
30 Adela Sanchez ......................... ...................................... 15.00
30 Mareno, Sierra & Co............... Pay for material for repairs to relief station.. 9.42
30 M. R. Suarez ....................... Pay for expenses connected with relief station 15.08
July 30 i Stockwell, Pearcy & Co........... Purchase of buggyand harness, in use Cuban 200.00
relief work.
30 C. Martin Hno. & Bro............. Purchase of buggy whip ..................... 4.00
30 H. L. Wrenn ....................... Purchase of rubber-tired surrey, in general 240.00
relief work. 41.00
30 C. Martin Hno. & Bro.............. Purchase of set of harness.................
Aug. 4 iW.S. Wilkerson.................... Pay for surrey and harness................... 230.00
8 Llewellyn Williamson ........... Pay for 1 horse ............................. 150.00
Total ...-... ....... ................................................ 1,768.33

[Disbursements made by Maj. H. L. Scott. adjutant-general, disbursing officer at Habana.]

1899.
June 30 Capt. P. Mothersill, C.C., U.S.A ... For rations for destitute .................... 533.38
30 .....do ......................... .....do .................................... 255.87
Total ....... ........ ................................................ 789.25


[Disbursements made by Maj. J. F. Stretch, Eighth Infantry, assistant paymaster, disbursing officer
at Habana.]

1899.
July 7 M.R.Suarez....- ............... Reimbursement for transporting E. Vega and 653.85
family from Habana to Cienfugos.








AID TO DESTITUTE. 7

Itemized statement of expenditures in the island of Cuba made under the heading of "Aid
to the destitute," etc.-Continued.
[Disbursements made by Maj. C. S. Walton, paymaster, U. S. V., disbursing officer at Habana.]

1899.
June 10 M.R. Suarez ....................... Relief work .................................. $50.00
7 Pay roll ........................... .....do ........................................ 27.80
7 .....do............................. .....do ........................................ 860.00
8 Ruiz & Bro .................. .... Stationery, relief work ....................... 17.78
June 8 Rombla, Zouza & Co .............. Stationery and printing, relief work......... 45.10
8 Luiz Guy...............................do ........................................ 57.00
8 Diaz, Perez & Co .................. Lumber for shed ............................. 64.67
Total ............................................. .................... .... 1,122.35


[Disbursements made by Lieut. J.G. Harbord, Tenth Cavalry, disbursing officer at Manzanillo.]

1899. I
May 31 Carbopisa & Co.................... Picks, shovels, machetes, and hoes for desti- 228.00
tute laborers.
31 Miguel, Muniz & Co............... Tools for bridge building..................... 75.00
31 Rafael Raminez................... Aid to destitute widow....................... 1.56
June 22 .....do............................. Supplies for destitute......................... 4.48
22 Esperanzi Marti................... .....do ....................................... 4.52
Total.................................................. .................... 313.56


[Disbursements made by Capt. George S. Cartwright, acting quartermaster, U. S. V., disbursing officer
at Matanzas.]

1899.
June 30 T. Bea & Co.................... Rent of warehouse, storage Cuban rations... 200.00


[Disbursements made by Lieut.James Robb Church, disbursing officer at Santiago.]

1899.
May 31 Francisco del Rio................. Rent of building............................. $10.00
31 Flovintino Senor.................. Food and lodging............................ 34.25
31 Pan-American Express Co ........ Expressage................................... 4.00
June 21 B. Sage ............................ One transportation........................... 11.00
Total........................................................................ 59.25


[Disbursements made by Capt. Charles J. Symmonds, assistant quartermaster, U. S. V., disbursing officer
at Puerto Principe.]

1899.
Ar. 30 Pay roll ........................... Clerk hire.................................... 29.00
a 31 M.A.Zeiques...................... Food,cart hire,etc ........................... 78.05
31 Jose Orms ......................... Clerk......................................... 30.00
27 M.A. Xyinas ...................... Reimbursement, traveling expenses.......... 5.00
Total ..................................... ... .................... 142.05


[Disbursements made by Col. Duncan Hood, Second U. S. V., disbursing officer at Holguin.]

1899.
Feb. 14 Longouna & Co.................... Freight on rations for destitute .............. $2.64

[Disbursements made by Brig. Gen. Leonard Wood, disbursing officer at Santiago de Cuba.]

1899.
Feb. 31 Badell & Co....................... I can oil..................................... $2.00
31 Manuel Canto..................... 10 sacks of charcoal.......................... 10.00
Jan. 21 Rafael Valiente ................... Services interpreter, distribution rations..... 46.50
31 Franco del Rio ................. Rent of house,ration station................. 10.00
Feb. 28 E.Ros & Co........................ 2 bottles olive oil, cloistered nuns ............ 1.80
Jan. 16 Manuel Canto..................... 9 sacks charcoal, Sisters of Mercy ............ 9.00
16 .....do............................. 9 sacks charcoal, orphan asylum ............. 9.00
Feb. 6 Badell & Co..'..................... can lard for orphan asylum................. 2.70
11 .....do............................. Oils and lard for St.Joseph's Asylum......... 7.00
8 .....do............................. Oils and lard for orphan home ............... 9.25
10 Manuel Canto..................... 8 bags charcoal for orphans home............ 8.00
Jan. 14 Badell & Co............ ... Supplies St. Joseph's Asylum................. 46.16
31 Carlos Galo........... ........ Rent of house as ration station .............. 35.00








8 AID TO DESTITUTE.

Itemized statement of expenditures in the island of Cuba made under the heading of "Aid
to the destitute, etc.-Continued.

[Disbursements made by Brig. Gen. Leonard Wood, disbursing officer at Santiago de Cuba.]


1899.
Feb. 3 Eugene T. Wilson ............... Supplies Sres. de Maria........................ $7.21
3 .....do........................... Supplies,St. Joseph's Asylum................ 21.08
3 .....do............................ Supplies for encloistered nuns ............... 11.03
23 .....do............................. Supplies for orphan asylum .................. 25.43
25 Payroll............................ Services, day-labor........................... 60.00
28 .....do............................ Services, day-labor, Orphan Asylum......... 60.00
28 V. del Rio..................... Rent of ration station..................... 10.00
31 Gallego, Mesa & Co....................do....................................... 40.00
Jan. 30 Badell & Co .................... 128 pounds codfish, Cloistered Nuns.......... 8.00
Feb. 20 John Mendoza.................... 500 pounds sweet potatoes, Orphans' Home.. 12.00
Mar. 1 Rafael Valiente................... Servicesof interpreter...................... 42.00
Jan. 30 Badell & Co....................... 2 cans oil, 1 bunch garlic, Orphans' Home... 4.60
Mar. 1 Luis M.Garzon.................... 10 sacks coal for SanJose Home........... 9.00
1 .....do............................. 1,000 sticks wood for San Jose Home.......... 10.00
1 .....do ............................. 10 sacks coal for Sisters de Maria...........-.. 9.00
2 .....do............................. 12 sacks coal for Orphans' Home-............. 10.80
2 .....do............................. 6 sacks coal for Encloistered Nuns........... 5.40
Feb. 28 Y. G. Slias......................... 1,000 sticks wood for Orphans' Home........ 9.00
17 Aparcal & Co.............. ..... 100 pounds codfish for Encloistered Nuns.... 5.90
Jan. 23 0. Morales......................... Medical supplies, city relief................. 96.30
Mar. 28 Gallego, Rosa & Co ............... Rent of house, ration station................ 40.00
Apr. 12 Eugene T.Wilson................ Almonds, beans, potatoes, Orphans' Home.. 21.20
12 .....do............................ Candles and matches, St. Joseph's Asylum.. 2.61
12 .....do ............................. Commissaries for Encloistered Nuns......... 19.54
Mar. 1 Badell & Co....................... Onions, olive oil, fish, St. J. Home and others. 7.75
1 .....do............................. Lard, olive oil, etc., Orphan,' Home......... 17.00
19 Luis M.Garzon.................... 200 sticks of firewood, Orphans' Home....... 2.00
11 .....do ............................. 100 sticks firewood, Sisters of Mary........... .90
Apr. 1 Pa roll............................ Services, Orphans' Home.................... 75.00
10 Gallego Mesa & Co............... Rent of ration station........................ 40.00
19 Franco del Rio.................. Rent of house, ration station................. 10.00
29 Gallego, Mesa & Co................ Rent of house, dispensary, and distributing i 18.67
food.
29 Franco del Rio.................... Rent relief station, Cuban rations............ 10.00
Total ........................ ........................... .............. 917.82


[Disbursements made by Lieut. R. G. Paxton, Tenth Cavalry, disbursing officer at Holguin, Cuba.]


1899.
June 30 Aurelius Todd..................... Repairs to arsenal for Cuban relief station... $485.00


[Disbursements made by Maj. E. F. Ladd, treasurer of customs, diDoursing officer at Habana, Cuba.]


1899.
Feb. 15 Maj. George T. Bartlett, C. C., U. Subsistence, supplies issuedtoinsaneasylum 8681.42
S. V. at Ferro.
Apr. 7 Marianao and Habana Rwy.Co... Rent of storehouse for Cuban rations........ 40.00
13 William Kallstrom................ Aid to shipwrecked American seamen....... 4.50
13 Christian deSantos..................... do ....................................... 4.50
13 Manuel de Santos................. .....do ........................................ 4.50
May 3 Marianno R.R.Co................. Rent of storeroom for Cuban rations......... 50.00
22 Gen. Francisco Carillo............. Provisions for Cuban army, Order 189, divi- 967.75
sion of Cuba.
22 Hernandez & Foyo................ I Provisions for Cuban army, Order 192, divi- 240.29
sion of Cuba.
June 22 Maj. A. L. Smith, chief commis- 10,493 pounds bacon, at 7.522 cents per pound 789.28
sary of subsistence.
22 Maj. A.L.Smith, Order 283........ Bill of Lieutenant Rowell, acting commis- 500.06
Ssary of subsistence, Sancti Spiritus.
Maj. A. L. Smith, Order 282........ Bill of Lieut. W. E. Walsh, acting commissary 425.30
of subsistence, Cardenas.
May 14 Subsistence Department, U. S. A., 2.250 pounds rice, at 5 cents ................. 112.50
order dated May 5,1899.
14 .....do ......... 900 pounds green coffee, at 8.27 cents ........ 74.43
14 .....do................. ....... 1,500 pounds sugar, at 3 cents ................ 45.00
15 Subsistence Department, U.S. A.. 2,529 pounds bacon, at 7.522 cents............ 190.23
on order, May 15, 1899.
15 .....do .............. .............. 750 pounds of rice, at 5 cents ................. 7.50
15 .....do ............................ 300 pounds green coffee, at 8.27 cents ........ 24.81
15 .....do............................. 500 pounds sugar, at 3 cents................. 15.00
15 .....do............................. 200 pounds soap, at 2.94 cents ................ 5.88
20 Subsistence Department. U. S. A., 8,256 pounds soap, at 2.94 cents .............. 242.73
on order of May 20, 1899.
Apr. 13 Subsistence Department, U. S. A., 13,600 pounds rice, at 2.85 cents per pound.. 387.60
on order of Apr. 13,1899.







AID TO DESTITUTE.


Itemized statement of expenditures in the island of Cuba made under the heading of "Aid
to the destitule," etc.-Continued.

[Disbursements made by Maj. E. F. Ladd, treasurer of customs, disbursing officer at Habana, Cuba.]

1899.
Apr. 13 Subsistence Department, U. S. A., 2,552 pounds roasted coffee, at 11.8 cents...... 8301.14
on order of Apr. 13, 1899.
13 .....do...... 10,000 pounds sugar, at 2.75 cents............. 275.00
20 Subsistence Department, U. S.A., 51,000 pounds rice, at 2.63 dents .............. 1,341.30
on order of May 20, 1899.
13 .....do......................... 19,460 pounds roasted coffee, at 11.8 cents.... 2,296.28
13 .....do ....................... ... 940 pounds green coffee, at 8.07 cents......... 75.86
13 .....do............................. 33,800 pounds sugar, at2.75 cents............. 929.50
May 5 Subsistence Department. U. S. A., 967 pounds rice, at 5 cents................... 48.35
on order of Apr. 27, 1899.
5 ..... ..do..................... .. 387 pounds green coffee, at 8.27 cents........ 32.00
8 By order of Apr. 26,1899............ 15,000 pounds bacon, at 7.522 cents per pound 1,128.30
5 .....do............................. 645 pounds sugar, at 2.75 cents................ 17.74
5 .....do............................. 258 pounds soap, at 2.94 cents....... ....... 7.59
8 Subsistence Department, U. S. A., 15,000 pounds bacon, at 7.522 per pound...... 300.00
by order Apr. 26,1899.
June 3 Maj. Geo. T. Bartlett.......... Reimbursement United States for bacon is- 18,805.00
sued to indigent Cubans, order 229, Divi-
sion of Cuba
7 Maj. A. L. Smith, chief commis- Reimbursement United States, subsistence 4,329.40
sary, U. S. V. issued destitute Cubans, order 182, Division
of Cuba.
26 Calban & Co....................... Commissary stores distributed to destitute 836.80
Cubans, order 281, Division of Cuba.
26 Quesada & Alonso.... ............do ................................ 1,569.00
26 Elerrega & Castillierro........... .....do........................................ 2,157.38
26 Quesada Perez & Co.....................do................................ .... 4,387.88
30 Charles Wright & Co............. 100,000 quinine pills, order 256, Division of 161.50
Cuba.
July 24 H. K. Mulford & Co.............. 1,200 tubes vaccine lymph, order 332, Divi- 60.00
sion of Cuba.
24 ....do............................ 10,000 tubes vaccine lymph, order 332, Divi- 500.00
sion of Cuba.
24 .....do............................. 2,000 tubes vaccine lymph, order 332, Divi- 100.00
sion of Cuba.
29 Maj. A. L. Smith................... Commissary supplies to destitute Cubans, 9,912.79
order 323.
29 .....do............................ Commissary supplies to destitute Cubans, 102.51
order 329.
29 .....do......................... Commissary supplies to destitute Cubans, 909.39-
order 331.
Aug. 11 .....do............................. Commissary supplies to indigent Cubans, 1,270.34
order 344.
11 .....do............................ Commissary supplies to destitute Cubans, 85.20
order 341.
Sept. 13 Abelardo Rice.................... Reimbursement charges paid for steamer 11.00
and lighter, charges on 1,000 Cuban rations,
order 350, Division of Cuba.
29 Col.C. A. Woodruff, Assistant Com- Purchase of rations for destitute Cubans..... 21,185.06
missary-General of Subsistence.
Nov. 20 North American Trust Co......... Exchange for draft for $22,028.64............. 110.15
Total .................... .......................... .................. 78,089.74


Itemized statement of expenditures from revenues of the island of Cuba made under the
heading of "Aid to the destitute" during the period from July 1 to April 30, 1900.
[Disbursements made by B. F. Davis, disbursing clerk at Habana, Cuba.]


Date. To whom paid.

1899.
July 31 Pay roll, July account............. Clerk and
bans, wi

[Disbursements made by Maj. John G. Davis, brigade
Habana, Cub

July 31 Pay roll, first house of assistance.. Habana,
31 Payroll, second house of assistance Habana, 1
31 Pay roll. third house of assistance. Habana,
31 Payroll,fourthhouseofassistance. Habana,1
31 Enrique Aeosta.................... Antitoxin
31 Prospero Ascercio ................. 209 prescr


Nature of expenditure. Amount.


6 men, transferring rations for Cu- $71.00
warehouse No. 9, Regla, Cuba.

surgeon, Volunteers, chief sanitary officer at
a.]

2 men.............................. $706.52
4 men ........................... 866.32
9men............................. 539.10
12 men............................. 759.79
.................................... 6.50
options for the poor ................ 207.31








10 AID TO DESTITUTE.

Itemized statement of expenditures from revenues of the island of Cuba made under the
headiny of "Aid to the destitute," etc.-Continued.

fDisbursements made by Maj. John G. Davis, brigade surgeon, Volunteers, chief sanitary officer at
Habana, Cuba.]


1899.
July 31 Abdon Frencols................... 2,214 prescriptions for the poor.......... ..... 605.48
31 Jiminez Ansley.................... 1,721 prescriptions for the poor............ .. 392.92
31 Ldo. Manuel Cotillo............... 1,595 prescriptions for the poor............... 364.15
31 Jose Alvarez...................... 1,209 prescriptions for the poor............... 276.03
31 Ldo. Tirso J. Valdez............... 202 prescriptions for the poor................ 46.12
31 M. A. Monteyo................... 3,243 prescriptions for the poor............... 740.41
31 Jose Pitaluga ..................... 877 prescriptions for the poor ............... 200.22
31 Daniel M. Cuervo ............... 329 prescriptions for the poor................. 75.11
31 Enrique Portuendo.............. Rent house No. 11 Sevilla street, Casa Blanca. 14.51
31 Ldo. J. A. Bueno ................. 326 prescriptions for the poor................. 74.43
31 Leovigildo A. Mezguido.......... 34 prescriptions for the poor.................. 7.76
31 Jose del Pilar Zarza ............... 1,310 prescriptions for the poor.............. 299.09
31 Dr. Miguel Biada................. Forage for horse ............................ 11.88
31 Ldo. Diaz......................... 66 prescriptions for the poor.................. 15.07
31 Tose Guillermo Diaz.............. 164 prescriptions for the poor ................ 37.44
31 Bernardo Solano ................ Stationery................................... 15.38
31 Juan L. Sanchez .................. 120 prescriptions for the poor ................ 27.40
Total ........................................................................ 6,188.94


[Disbursements made by Lieut. A. E. Kennington, Tenth Cavalry, disbursing officer at Mayari, Cuba.]

July 31 C. Grau....................... Food for ex-Cuban army..................... 5150.00


IDisbursements made by Lieut. Sedgwick Rice, acting assistant adjutant-general, disbursing officer
at Habana, Cuba.]

July 31 Pay roll, July .................... Cuban relief work........................... $879.67
31 Ruiz & Bro........................ Pens, ink, paper, and miscellaneous......... 42.80
31 Marina, Sierra & Co.............. Cuban relief work......................... 3.10
31 E. Amispeil..................... Rent No. 8 Chaves street for relief station No. 40.00
1 for July.
31 Adela Sanchez .................... Rent A Fourth street, Vedada, for relief sta- 28.00
tion No. 4 for July.
31 Sobrinos de Herrera............... Transportation of S. S. Benitez, pardoned 9.04
criminal, from Habana to Nuevitas.
31 M. A. Saurez .....................I Emergencyexpenses,Cubanrelief work,July. 48.38
Total ................................................................... .... 1,050.99


[Disbursements made by Capt. W. H. Chatfield, commanding post, Baracoa, disbursing officer.]

Jly 28 Dr. H. Galano, mayor of Baracoa. Aid to destitute ........................... 95.50

IDisbursements made by Lieut. J. R. Church, civil department, disbursing officer at Santiago, Cuba.]

1899.
July 22 R. Valiente................... Salary, interpreter.......................... 46.50
26 Capt.W.H.Beck, A.C........... Food supplies furnished indigent Cubans 3,666.24
since ratification of peace.
26 .....do.......................... Food rations furnished indigent Cubans, 1,314.03
month of June, 1899.
31 F. del Rio ....................... Rent of house 104 Sr. Felix, used as a ration 10.00
i station.
31 Capt. W. H. Beck, Tenth Cavalry, Provisions furnished indigent Cubans ....... 875.79
A. C. C.
31.....do...... ................... Provisions to indigent Cubans................ 1,217.55
S Total ......................... .......... .................... 7,130.11

[Disbursements made by Lieut. R. G. Paxton. Tenth United States Cavalry, disbursing officer at Hol-
guin, Cuba.]

July 31 Manuel F. Guillen, administrator, Subsistence for patients, July ............... $100.00
civil hospital.








AID TO DESTITUTE.


Itemized statement of expenditures from revenues of the island of Cuba made under the
heading of "Aid to the destitute," etc.-Continued.

[Disbursements made by Lieut. J. G. Harbord, Tenth Cavalry, disbursing officer at Manzanillo, Cuba.]

1899.
July 3 Juana Cespedas, Manzanillo ...... Aid to destitute .............................. 25.00
31 Sisters of the Poor................ Money turned over to them for aid to desti- 10.00
tute.
31 Balardo Boada, Bayamo, Cuba.... Provisions for destitute, Bayamo............ 15.00
Total ............... ................. ........................ 50.00

[Disbursements made by Capt. Walter B. Barker, assistant quartermaster, disbursing officer at Cien-
fuegos, Cuba.]

Aug. 23 Juan del Campo................... Wharfage on Cuban rations.................. $10.23

[Disbursements made by Maj. George S. Cartwright, quartermaster, U. S. V., disbursing officer at
Matanzas, Cuba.]

Aug. 12 T. Bea & Co................ .. Storehouse for Cuban rations................ $100.00
27 .....do.......................... Rent storehouse for Cuban rations, Aug.1-31. 100.00
Total ................. .................. ............... ................... 200.00

[Disbursements made by B. F. Davis, treasury disbursing clerk, Headquarters Division of Cuba
Habana, Cuba.]

July 6 Jos.J.Bazan, Puerto Principe..... For bill for sugar, Cuban rations............. $370.00
8 H.K. Mulford & Co................ Bill for drugs and medicines ................ 195.40
12 Quesada & Alonso ................. Bill for sugar ior Cuban rations.............. 153.00
15 i.....do............................ Bill for 5,000 pounds sugar for Cuban rations. 150.00
24 Maj. A. L. Smith, commissary of For reimbursement for stores turned over to 36.50
Subsistence, U. S. A. quarantine station at Casilda.
31 Quesada & Alonzo............... For 10,000 pounds sugar for rations for Cu- 300.00
bans, Department of Habana.
Aug. 4 J.J.Warren...................... For500 tubes vaccine virus................... 2.00
11 Martinez & Posada ................ For bill for 15,150 pounds rice for issue to des- 401.47
titute Cubans.
11 H. K. Mulford & Co................ For their bill for medical supplies............ 360.60
Total ........................ ........................................ 1,991.97

[Disbursements made by Maj. John G. Davis, brigade surgeon volunteers, chief sanitary officer,
Habana, Cuba.]

1899.
Aug. 31 Bernardo Solano .................. Printing and stationery..................... 815.64

[Disbursements made by Lieut. G. J. Harbord, commanding Tenth Cavalry, disbursing officer at Man-
zanillo, Cuba.]


Aug. 31 Arcadio Roudon ......... ........Crutches for wounded boy ................... $2.00
31 J.Munig & Co......... ....... Supplies furnished mother of wounded boy.. 4.15
31 Manuel Rodriquez............... For purchasing food for poor widow........ 3.64
31 Rafaela Ramiez .... ...... For food for sow wounded by United States 4.59
soldier.
Total ........................ .......................................... 14.38

[Disbursements made by Lieut. A. E. Kennington, Tenth United States Cavalry, disbursing officer at
Mayari, Cuba.]

1899.
Aug. 31 C. Grau........................ Rations for Cuban army..................... $9.15








12 AID TO DESTITUTE.

Itemized statement of expenditures from revenues of the island of Cuba made under the
headiug of "Aid to the destitute," etc.-Continued.

[Disbursements made by Lieut. Sedgwick Rice, acting assistant adjutant-general, Habana, Cuba.]

1899.
Aug. 24 Joseph de Wyckoff .......... ..... 10,000 cans of condensed milk, delivered at $900.00
different stations, at 9 cents, Cuban relief
work.
25 Colom & Co .............. ....... 15,000 pounds of rice, at 2.80 cents, delivered 420.00
at different stations, Cuban relief work.
25 Ceferino Alonso ................. 10,000 pounds sugar, at $3.07 per hundred, 459.80
and 4,000 pounds of soap. at $3.82 per hun-
dred, delivered at different stations, Cuban
relief work.
31 Pay roll, August................ Employeesofrelief workandlaborers,33men. 1,609.00
29 Capt. P. Mothersill, chief commis- 75,000 pounds of flour, at 2.73, Cuban relief 1,517.50
sary. work.
30 Ruiz & Hno ....................... Stationery and printing in connection with 56.70
Cuban relief work.
30 Adelaida Sanchez ............... Rent of house at Vedada, used for relief sta- 28.00
Stion No.4, August.
30 Esteban Amespol................ House rent, at Chavez, No. 8, for relief station 40.00
No. 1, August.
30 Salvador Sarza ................... Cart hire, men, and labor, for transportation 264.50
of Cuban rations to relief stations and to
Sta. Maria del Rosario, 501 carts at $5, and
2 at $6.
30 Sebastian Dominquez ............. Repairs to buggy used in relief work ......... 4.55
30 La DiscusiOn ..................... Advertisement, 5 insertions .................. 5.05
31 G. de Zaldo....................... Lighterage in connection with relief work... 75.00
31 La Lucha........................ Advertising for bids, 2 and 6 insertions each. 21.58
Total ....................................... ........................ 5,401.68

[Disbursements made by Lieut. A. E. Saxton, Eighth Cavalry, civil department, disbursing officer a
Santiago de Cuba.]

1899.
Aug. 26 Capt. F. H. Pomeroy, commissary Provisions issued to indigent Cubans........ 1.220.83
of subsistence.

[Disbursements made by Capt. Charles J. Symmonds, assistant quartermaster, U. S. V., disbursing officer
at Puerto Principe, Cuba.]

1899. i
Aug. 7 Francisco Pla...................... Burying Albert G. Morrison, civilian......... $8.00
7 .....do ........................... Buring D. Haggerdy, civilian ............... 13.00
31 Calixto de Varona................. Clerk for Cuban rations, salary............... 45.00
31 R. A. Luaces ...................... Interring 4 civilians ....................... 72.00
Total ........................ ........................... .................... 138.0

[Disbursements made by D. C. Herrera, assistant treasurer and disbursing clerk, Habana, Cuba.]

1899.
Aug. 19 Maj. A. L. Smith, commissary of Cuban rations; 20,520 pounds soap. .......... i628.43
subsistence, U.S. A.
19 .....do............................ 126,541 pounds bacon ...................... 8,310.10
19 .....do............................ 30.000 pounds of coffee ....................... 3,713.60
19 .....do............................ 2,664 pounds roast beef ....................... 222.00
19 .....do............................ 37,905 cans roast beef......................... 8,310.93
21 iJ.J. Warren.............. .....D Drugs and medicines....................... 91.73
24 Bernabe S. Adan ................ 14.916 pounds of rice at 2.70 cents ........... 402.73
30 J.J. Warren........................ 200 tubes vaccine,at 5 cents ................. 100.00
Total .................................... ............................. 21,779.52

[Disbursements made by D. C. Herrera, assistant treasurer and disbursing clerk, Habana, Cuba.]

1899.
Aug. 31 Pay roll, August................... Employees at Regla for receiving and ship- $86.00
ping Cuban rations, 1 clerk, 4 laborers.






AID TO DESTITUTE. 13

Itemized statement of evpenditures from revenues of the island of Cuba made under the
heading of "Aid to the destitute," etc.-Continued.

(Disbursements made by Capt. F. P. Fremont, Second Infantry, disbursing officer, at Sancti Spiritus,
Cuba.]

.1899.
Sept. 26 Menendez Steamship Co.......... Passage of 13 men from Tunas to Cienfuegos $45.50
from Cuban army, at $3.50.

[Disbursements made by Domingo C. Herrera, disbursing officer, headquarters, Division of Cuba, at
Habana, Cuba.]

1899.
Sept. 19 United States Military Hospital... Subsistence and treatment ................. $17.50
19 J.J.Warren......................... 50 tubes vaccine virus....................... 25.00
22 Pay roll,8 men .. .............. Laborers....................................... 54.33
26 Martinez & Posada .............. Rice,15,000 pounds......................... 397.50
27 J.J.Warren....................... 500 tubes vaccine virus....................... 25.00
Total ................................................................. 519.33

[Disbursements made by First Lieut. Sedgwick Rice, Seventh United States Cavalry, disbursing
officer, at Habana, Cuba.]

1899.
Sept. 19 Galbe & Otigo.................... Material for Cuban relief work ............. $705.00
15 .....do............................ 5,000 rations ................................ 379.32
15 .....do ........................... 5.000 pounds bacon........................... 456.50
15 Gonzalez Weiss & Co .............. Relief supplies ........................... 3,114.00
15 Jose Corte ...................... Material for Cuban relief work ......... .... 6.15
Total ................ .. ................... ................ 4,660.97

[Disbursements made by Capt. W. B. Barier, assistant quartermaster, disbursing officer, Cienfuegos,
Cuba.]

1899.
Sept. 19 C. A. Mendez ................. Lighterage of 1,067 tons rations, at 65 cents.. $69.36

[Disbursements made by Maj. John F. Stretch, Eighth Infantry, at Habana, Cuba.]


1899.
Sept. 30 M.K.Saurez, esq ................. Reimbursement .......................... 50.00

[Disbursements made by G. W. Hyatt, mayor of Guanabacoa, Cuba.]


1899.
Sept. 30 Jose Ris, voucher No. 9........... Cartage of reconcentrados' corpses........... $44.20
3 Juan Gonzalez,voucher No. 10 .... .....do....................................... 44.80
30 Herminio G.Canedo, voucher No. Wine for municipal drug store............... 6.00
11.
30 Anto. Hernandez Hevia........... Medicine for the reconcentrados.............. 5.85
30 Manuel Johnson .................. .....do...................................... 173.03
Total .................. .. .................. 273.88


[Disbursements made by B. F. Davis, treasurer, disbursing clerk, headquarters Division of Cuba,
Habana, Cuba.]


1899.
Oct. 9 Maj. W. P. Carter, Habana......... Subsistence furnished C.F.Foster........... $3.60
9 Pay roll ..................... Employees distributing rations .............. 50.00
11 Myro & Otero ............ .... 50 sacks rice........................... 336.50
11 .....do ............................ Cuban rations............................... 333.08
11 Henry T.Brown............. .....do..................................... 944.50
11 Quesaday Pery & Co .............. ....do...................... 375.00
11 Maj.O.E.Wood ............... ............................ 1,462.63

Total ................. .. ........................................... 3,305.31






14 AID TO DESTITUTE.

Itemized statement of expenditures from revenues of the island of Cuba made under the
heading of "Aid to the destitute," etc.-Continued.

[Disbursements made by First Lieut. Letcher Hardeman, Tenth Cavalry, Mayari, Cuba.]

1899.
Sept. 20 Ramon Domenche ......... ....... Charity donations........................... $2.00
20 Concepcion......................... do ............................. ...... 4.75
23 Teresa Biel.................... .....do....................................... 1.00
Total ......... ........................... ... ................ 7.75

[Disbursements made by First Lieut. John McA. Palmer, Fifteenth Infantry, disbursing officer at
Cienfuegos, Cuba.]


1899.
Sept. 19 Jose Oms ...................... 81 days' line of team ....................... $8.50
30 Edward Carlos Poey ........... Expense, inspection of hospital............. 1.81
30 Calixto deVarona.............. Clerk, salary................................ 45.00
30 M. A. Xiques...................... Hire of carriage, visiting and carrying sup- 7.00
plies to poor.
Total ......................................... 62.31

[Disbursements made by Lieut. A. E. Saxton, Eighth Cavalry, disbursing officer, civil department
Division of Santiago, Cuba.]

1899.
Sept. 14 Fermina Nunez.................... Board, Mrs. Childs............................ 832.00
18 Thos.F.Ryan.................... 3,500 cans bacon issued to destitute Cubans.. 651.79
15 Francisco del Rio ................. Rent,ration station........................... 10.00
25 Cubano Libre..................... Advertisement .............................. 4.00
25 Rafael Duany ................. 1,464 bricks,orphans' home ................. 39.53
25 Pay roll, 21 men .................. Detention hospital ........................... 515.50
25 Concha Partillo ................... Laundry, emergency hospital ............... 6.64
25 N. Juninez...................... I Meals to emergency hospital................. 137.15
25 Franco. del Rio................. Rent of ration station ........................ 10.00
25 Thos. A. Ryan................. Commissary provision, provincial jail........ 189.46
25 Thos. A. Ryan, depot commissary.. Provisions to yellow fever hospital.......... 130.54
25 Adolf Marti.......................' Inspector, water pipe........................ 20.00
25 R.Duany .................... 250 bricks, orphans' home .................... 6.75
25 Tomas Kindelan.................. I Lime and sand to orphans' home............ 3.70
25 .....do ............................ Lime, emergency hospital.................... 1.00
25 National Vaccine Establishment.. 2,000 points.................................. 100.00
Total ..... .............................................. 1,858.06

[Disbursements made by First Lieut. James G. Harbord, commissary, Tenth Cavalry, disbursing
officer, Manzanillo, Cuba.]

1899.
Sept. 30 Manuel Estada............ .... Money turned over to buy food and provis- $4.44
ions for.
30 Antonio Escalana.....................do ........................................ 4.43
30 Eufernia Sequra........................do ..................................... 3.87
30 Rafaeta Ramirez ................. Funds turned over to mother of boy wounded 4.95
by soldiers of Fourth U. S. V.
'Total ........................ ............................................. 17.69

[Disbursements made by First Lieut. Robert G. Paxton, Tenth Cavalry, disbursing officer at Holguin,
Cuba.]

1899.
Oct. 5 Dolores Betancourt........................................................ 818.00


[Disbursements made by B. F. Davis, Treasury disbursing clerk, office of treasurer, Habana, Cuba.]

1899.
Aug. 16 United Railway of Habana........ Transportation of rations and sundries for 8264.82
Cuban destitute, as per bills of lading below:
Habana, 1316,1531,1499,1417,1555; Matan-
zas, 410,282,287,314, 359 Regla, B493,494,
495,496,497,498,524,526.






AID TO DESTITUTE.


Itemized statement of expenditure from revenues of the island of Cuba made under the
heading of "Aid to the destitute, 'etc.-Continued.

[Disbursements made by B. F. Davis, treasury disbursing clerk, office of treasurer, Habana, Cuba.1

1899.
Aug. 16 United Railway of Habana........ Same, bills of lading 807,914,915............. j 2.20
16 .....do ............................. Same, bills of lading 52.65,100,46,82,77,75,83, 114.77
505-510-504.
16 Boullon & Co..................... Same, bills of lading 374,452,495,536.......... 14.36
16 .....do .......................... Same, bill of lading 218 ..................... 3.08
16 Western Railway of Habana ...... Transportation of rations for Cuban desti- 4.64
tutes, Pinar del Rio, bills of lading 41,63.
17 United Railways of Habana....... Transportation of medical stores for Cuban .54
destitutes, Habana to Batabaria, bill of
lading, 805.
17 .....do............................ Transportation of rations for Cuban desti- 334.24
tutes, Regla to Sagua, bill of lading No.B112.
17 .....do ............................. Same to Balabho, bill of lading, 6 4-6 99.... 3.77
17 .....do............................. Same, Matanzas, bill of lading, 254,1270, B395, 128.17
215,266,216,239,243,295,212,236,304, 308,242,
257,267,277,296,281,286,288,164,217,214.
Total ................................................. 870.5

[Disbursements made by D.C. Herrera,assistant treasurer, disbursing clerk, account treasurer, island
of Cuba, Habana, Cuba.]

1899.
Aug. 19 Sobrinos de Herrera............... Freight on Cuban rations, Havana to Nuevi- $258.05
tas, billof lading No.1576.
22 Railway of Matanzas.............. Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to Bo- 35.03
londron, bill of lading No. 7.
22 .....do........................... Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to Tor-
riinte, bill of lading No.24............ $1.28
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Colon, bill of lading No.26 ......... 4.35
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Cabezas, bill of lading No. 28 ..... .79
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Sabanilla, bill of lading No.32...... .81
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Union, bill of lading No.33 ......... .54
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Guantanamo, bill of lading No. 34.. .25
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Cidra, bill of lading No. 35......... .65
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Bolondron, bill of lading No. 37..... 1.44
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Torriente, bill of lading No.39...... 1.46
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Cuevitas, bill of lading No. 40....... 1.96
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Ysabel, bill of lading No.42........ .84
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Guereiras, bill of lading No. 36...... .97
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Union, bill of lading No.47......... 9.23
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzasto
Carralfalso, bill of lading No. 181... 24.00
-- 48.57
22 .....do ............................ Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Sabanilla, bill of lading No.10...... 15.44
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Sabanilla, bill of lading No.12...... 8.68
Freighton Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Cidra, bill of lading No.14......... 6.95
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Saanilla, bill of lading No. 21...... .99
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Guanabana, billof lading No.13.... 2.57
34.63
22 .....do............................. Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Cuevitas, bill of lading No.172...... 27.00
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Cidra, bill of lading No. 253.......... 25
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Cuevitas, bill of lading No. 256...... .25
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Guanabana, bill of lading No. 262... 2.72
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Guira, bill of lading No. 278........ .95
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Guira, bill of lading No. 279.......... 3.14






1( AID TO DESTITUTE.

Itemized statement of expenditures from revenues of the island of Cuba made under the
heading of "Aid to the destitute," etc.--Continued.

[Disbursements made by D. C. Herrera, assistant treasurer, disbursing clerk, account treasurer, island
of Cuba, Habana, Cuba.]


1899.
Aug. 22 Railway of Matanzas..........



22 .....do ...........................











22 .....do ............................
















22 .....do .............................


22 Steamer Nueva Cubana...........
30 United Rwys. of Havana.........


Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Colon, billof lading No. 299......... $41.53
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Bolondron, bill of lading No. 428.... .31
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Guaveiras, bill of lading No. 84..... 19.73
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzasto
Union, billsof lading Nos. 26,30,141,
194.................................. 14.86
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Guira, bills of lading Nos. 64,79 ..... 10.97
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Falso, bill of lading No. 90.......... .25
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Yagney, bills of lading Nos. 177,196. 28.15
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Bolondron, bill of lading No. 195.... 25
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzasto
Guanfbana. bill of lading No. 44... 2.54
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Cidro, bill of lading No. 45......... 8.40
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Ysabel, bill of lading No.86 ........ 17.05
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Camanayagna, bills of lading Nos.
101,43 .............................. 21.50
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Colon, bills of lading Nos. 105,19.... 21.04
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Ysabel, bill of lading No. 107........ .27
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Corral Falso, bill of lading No. 18... .66
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Cuevitas, bill of lading No.24....... .43
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Bolondron, billof lading No.28...... .25
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Cuevitas, bill of lading No.102...... 16.13
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Bolondron, bill of lading No.16 .... 6.95
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Guira,billof lading No.29.......... .85
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Colon, bill of lading No. 32.......... .25
Freight on Cuban rations, Bataban6 to Isle of
Pines, bill of lading C 1.
Freight on Cuban rations, Matanzas to
Camarones, bill of lading No. 6..... $56.66
Freight on Cuban rations, Habana to
Guines, bill of lading No.289....... .25


Total ...................................................... ................


[Disbursements made by B. F. Davis, disbursing clerk, account treasurer's office, Habana, Cuba.]


1899.
Oct. 6
6


United Rwys. of Habana..........
.....do .... ...


6 Cuban Central R. R...... .....
6 .....do..........................
17 United Rwys. of Habana..........
18 Sons of Herrera.......... .......

Total ......................


Freight on Cuban rations, 95,232 pounds..... $180.78
Freight on Cuban rations, 16,102 pounds; 368.11
8,832 cubic feet.
Freight on Cuban rations, 3,176 cubic feet.... 1 13.29
Freighton Cuban rations, 2,558 cubic feet, 738 59.98
pounds.
Freight on Cuban supplies .................. 69.40
Travel, Habana to San Juan, 2 persons, desti- 45.00
tutes.
........................ .................... 736.56


876.15











74.21
















72.14






24.18
60.15




56.91
740.02







AID TO DESTITUTE. 17

Itemized statement of expenditures from revenues of the island of Cuba made under the
heading of "Aid to the destitute," etc.-Continued.

[Disbursements made by Domingo C. Herrera, assistant treasurer, disbursing clerk, office of treasurer
of Cuba, Habana. Cuba.]

1899.
Sept. 6 Tunas and Sancti Spiritus R. R. Co, Transportation of rations from Cienfuegos $231.10
to Sancti Spiritus, for Cuban destitutes.
6 United Rwys. of Habana ......... Transportation of rations from Matanzas to 43.02
Car enas.
6 .....do ............................ Transportation of rations to Cuban destitutes
from-
Regla to Alfonso ............... i9.61i
Regla to Matanzas................ 14.68
Matanzas toGde.................. -.15
Regla to Matanzas............... 44.(18
Matanzas to Corral Falso......... :9.71
Regla toMatanzas................ 54.60
Matanzas to Torriente............ 54.60
-- 324.03
6 Western Rwy. of Habana ........ Transportation of rations for destitute Cu- 5.52
Sbans. Lemar del Rio to Paso Real, Cuba.
22. United Rwys. of Habana ........ Transportationof rations todestituteCubans. 26.47
SRegla to Bataban6.
Total ........... ....................................... .... ....... ... 630.14

[Disbursements made by Lieut. L. Hardman, Tenth Calvary, disbursing officer at Mayari, Cuba.]

1899.
Oct. 21 Ramon Dimench................. Charity.............................. ..... 200
20 Mannel Ma.Jiminez.................do....................................... 1.00
Total ....... ............... .............. ............... ............ 3.00

[Disbursements made by Capt. William L. Pitcher, Eighth Infantry, disbursing clerk at Habana,
Cuba.]

1899.
Oct. 6 Pay roll,34 men ..................... 1 general superintendent, 5 superintendents $1,753.88
stations Nos. 1 to 5,6 clerks, 1 stenographer,
1 interpreter, 1 messenger, 19 laborers.
9 Sofia Sausol .................. Rent of house for September................. 40.00
9 Mary Donnell.................... Traveling expenses from Kansas............ 44.95
9 Galbe e Hijo........... ......... 5,000 pounds bacon........................... 375.00
9 Salvador Sarzo.................. Carts for transportation of rations to Cuban 118.50
relief work.
9 Ruiz q Hermano.................... Stationery for September.................. 46.90
9 Adela Sanchez .................. Rent of house, Vedado...... ............ 28.00
31 Pay roll,28 men...............-- 1 general superintendent, 4 superintendents, 1,491.67
1 interpreter, 6 clerks, 1 stenographer, 1
messenger. 13 laborers, 1 matron, widows'
home.

Total ....................... ......... ....... ................... 3,898.90

IDisbursements made by Capt. W. H. Chatfield, Fifth United States Infantry, disbursing officer at
Habana, Cuba.]

1899.
Oct. 31 Subsistence United States Army, 19 pounds bacon............................ $1.43
rations for indigent women, aid
to destitute women of Baracoa.
43 cans salmon .............................. 4.08
24 cans tomatoes ............................. 1.56
50 pounds rice................................ 2.73
20 pounds coffee.............................. 1.66
20 pounds sugar ............................. 1.04
15 pounds salt............................... .08
Total .................... .................. ... ............... .. 12.58


[Disbursements made by Maj.John G.Davis, disbursing officer at Habana, Cuba.]

1899.
Oct. 13 Manuel Tarifa .................. 250 precriptons compounded for the desti- $56.95
tute'during March.

7189-- 2






18 AID TO DESTITUTE.

Itemized statement of expenditures from revenues of the island of Cuba made under the
heading of "Aid to the destitute," etc.-Continued.

[Disbursements made by First Lieut. James G. Harbord, commissary Tenth Cavalry, disbursing officer
at Manzanillo, Cuba.]

1899.
Oct. 13 Norberto Agranuintc ............. Aid to destitute by furnishing-
50 pounds coffee.........................--- $4.14
200 pounds beans......................... 4.66
75 pounds sugar.... ...................... I 3.36
Total ........ ... .. ...-.... ..."". ........... ...... 12.16

[Disbursements made by Maj. W. H. Miller, chief quartermaster, U.S. V., disbursing quartermaster at
Matanzas. Cuba.]

Oct. 1 T.Bea yCa ........................ Rentof storehouse forCuban rational month. $100.00
31 .....do ............................. Rent of part of storehouse for Cuban rations 100.00
1 month.
Total ...... .. .... .................... ............ ...... .. 200.00

[Disbursements made by Capt. F. P. Fremont. Second Infantry, disbursing officer at Sancti Spiritus,
Cuba.]

Oct. 26 Juan y Perez ..................... Transportation destitute ..................... $2.10

[Disbursements made by B. F. Davis, Treasury disbursing officer at Habana, Cuba.]

1900.
Feb. 10 Tunas Sancti Spiritus R.R ..... Transportation, bill of lading No. 23, Cuban $17.45
I rations, Tunas Sancti Spiritus.
10 V.....do......................... Wharfage on bill of lading No. 56, Cuban 9.22
S... rations. Tunas Sancti Spiritus.
17 Cuban Central R. R................ Transportation, bill of lading No. 354, Cien- 3.23
fuegos. Cuban rations.
Total ............ ................ ........ .............. ......... 29.90

[Disbursements made by First Lieut. R. G. Paxton, Tenth Cavalry. disbursing officer at Holguin.
Cuba.]

1899.
Oct. 31 Juan Servano................. Maintenance civil prisoners................ $82.00

[Disbursements made by Lieut. J. McA. Palmer, disbursing officer Fifteenth Infantry. acting chief
quartermaster at Puerto Prineipe, Cuba.]

1899.
Oct. 31 Payroll........................... Clerk in charge Cuban rations, at $45, one $45.00
month.
31 Receipt roll.... .................. Printing 1,000 letter heads, printing letter 3.50
heads for disbursing officer, Cuban ration
tickets, orders, etc.
Total ............... ......................................... 48.50

[Disbursements made by Lieut. Albert E. Saxton, Eighth Cavalry, disbursing officer at Santiago de
Cuba.]

Oct. 19 Ira J. Shirnes, first lieutenantb.... Nursing, medicine, andsubsistence for 9 men I 72.00
at hospital.
23 Chief commissary ... ....... SubsistencetoindigentCubansatManananillo. 774.80
Total ........... ... ........................................... 846.80







AID TO DESTITUTE.


Itemized statement of expenditures from revenues of the island of Cuba made under the
heading of "Aid to the destitute," etc.-Continued.

[Disbursements made by First Lieut. J. G. Harbord, commissary Tenth Cavalry, disbursing officer
at Manzanillo, Cuba.]


Nov. 30 Rosa Dominguez ..................






Total........ .........


Money furnished to pay rations for destitute:
25 pounds rice..... ...............
15 pounds coffee....................
20 pounds sugar ..........................
10 pounds soap .........................
15 pounds beans.. .....................
10 pounds bacon.........................
20 pounds flour..........................
...... ...... ...... ..... ... .. ..........


[Disbursements made by Lieut. A. E. Saxton, Eighth Cavalry. disbursing officer at Santiago. Cuba.]


Nov. 10 Francisco del Rio ................ Rent ration station........................ 10.00
10 Capt. W. S. Scott...... ......... Forage ....................................... 12.73
10 Capt. Thos. F. Ryan............... Provisions supplied toprovincial jail....... 302.78
10 .....do .......................... Provisions supplied indigent Cubans......... 11.10
10 Luis M. Garzon ................... Fuel, orphanshome(Spanish gold).... 85.00
Provincial jail (Spanish gold)......... 11.00
S 14.00
16 A. Aragon......................... Iron supports and pipes, provincial jail...... 61.44
21 E. Ros & Co ..................... Sundry provisions supplied provincial jail...I 48.10
27 National vaccine establishment... 3,000points ................................. 150.00
I---
Total ................. ................................... ............ 610.15


[Disbursements made by Maj. W. L. Pitcher, in charge of Cuban relief work at Habana, Cuba.]


Adela Sanchez ...................
Ruiz and Hermano...............
A. P.P. Elejalde & Co.............
A. Galbe e Hijo..................
Sofia Lauxel.....................
Hernandes y Foyo................
A. Galbe e Hijo .................
Salvador Sarzo ..................
.....do .......................
M.R. Saurez......................
Pay roll ..........................


House rent, used in connection with Cuban
relief work.
For supplies used in general office, relief
work.
For furniture used in general office, Cuban
relief work.
For groceries used in connection with Cuban
relief work.
For house rent used in connection with Cu-
ban relief work.
For groceries used in connection with Cuban
relief work.
....do ......................................
For transportation of rations month of
October.
Delivering rations to relief stations,Cuban
relief work.
Incidental expenses of general office, Cuban
relief work.
Employees, Cuban relief work ...............


Total ....................................................... .....


$28.00
49.60
73.15
5,160.27
40.00
1,127.50
2,409.89
119.00
30.15
31.74
1,196.67
10,265.97


[Disbursements made by D. F. Davis, treasury disbursing officer, acting American consul, Habana,
Cuba.]

Nov. 11 Rodriguez Diaz Co ................ For clothes and shoes furnished the ship- 863.40
wrecked seamen of the schooner Helena
E. Russell, wrecked on the coast of Cuba.
10 S.F.Nichols....................... Board and lodging furnished the ship- 10.60
wrecked seamen of the schooner Helena
E. Russell, wrecked on the coast of Cuba.

Total ....................... ...................... 74.00


[Disbursements made by Capt. W. H. Chatfield, Fifth United States Infantry, disbursing officer at
Baracoa, Cuba.]

Nov. 18 Capt.CommissaryW.H.Chatfield, 2cans chickensoup............. ..... ....... 0.52
Fifth United States Infantry. 100 pounds flour.......................... 1.91
28 pounds bacon........... ............... 2.30
25pounds beans........................... .50


$1.02
1.24
.50
.31
.35
.82
.39
4.G3


1899.
Nov. 2
2
2
2
2
10
10
10
17
20
29






20 AID TO DESTITUTE.

Itemized statement of expenditures from rerenues of the island of Cuba made under the
heading of ".lid to the destitute," etc.-Continued.

[Disbursements made by Capt. W. H. Chattield, Fifth United States Infantry, disbursing officer at
Buracos. Cuba.


Nov. 18


Capt. Commissarv W. H. Chatfield, 15 pounds rice............................. S0.82
Fifth United States Infantry. 20 pounds coffee............................. 1.65
25 pounds sugar .............................. 1.50
1 case salmon............................. 4.18
1 box salt........................-.......... .05
1 case tomatoes .............................. 1.56
5 pounds soap ............................... .16
1 gallon vinegar......... .10
I pound pepper....... .................... .05
3 cans soup, beef....... ...... .. ... .68
3 cans soup, chicken......................... .77
10 pounds soap (laundry) ................. .32
3 bars spolio............ .20
2 bottles ink............................... .04
Total ....... ... ... .............. ... .. ........... ......... 17.31
[Dibur ets adebyatF.P.re intSeod


[Disbursements made by Capt. F. P. Fremont. Second Infantry, disbursing officer at Sancti Spiritus,
Cuba.]


Nov. 6 Alazar & Tome .................... Agricultural tools ........................... 2,404.58

[Disbursements made by G. W. Hyatt, mayor of Guanabacoa, disbursing officer at Guanabacoa,
Cuba.]


Oct. 27 Hernandez Foyo.............. Supplies of groceries for reconcentrados ..... 700.00
Nov. 10 Alfredo Ornedo... ........... Bread for reconcentrados.................... 65.00
24 Alfredo Horreedo....................do .................................... 70.00
S Total ...................... ...... ................. .............. .. 835.00


[Disbursements made by Maj. W. II. Miller, chief quartermaster, U. S. V., disbursing officer at
Matanzas, Cuba.]


Nov. 7 T. Bea & Co ....................... 400 hoes, 400 machetes for destitute.......... 475.00
8 J. J. Warren............... .... Medicines for destitute...................... 21.00
21 Alvarey Co., S. en C. Ser ......... Lighter, carrying Cuban rations ............ 30.00
30 T. Bea & Co ...................... Forage and rations for poor .................. 100.00
Total ......................... ............................................... 626.00
Total... ........... ............626.00


[Disbursements made by First Lieut. L. Hardeman, Tenth Cavalry, disbursing officer at Mayari, Cuba.]

Nov. 11 Augustio Ortz .................... Charity...................................... 1.00
12 .....do ............................ ....do .................................. ...... 1.00
15 Miguel Lopez...................... .....do ........................................ 2.00
20 Ramon Ricardo .................. .....do ........................................ 1.00
20 Justo Hechevania................. .....do ........I............................... .50
22 Crestina Hidalgo................. .....do ........................................ 1.80
30 Carmen Vargos................ ......do ........................................ .80
30 Nicolasa Mejia ........................do ........................................ 1.00
30 Agustino Ortiz .........................do...................................... 60
Total .......................... ......... ................................... 9.70

[Disbursements made by B. F. Davis, treasurer, disbursing clerk, headquarters division, Cuba, and
Division of Cuba, Habana, Cuba.]

Nov. 14 Pay roll, S men .................. Employed in transfer of rations to Puerto $60.00
Principe.
Henry T. Brown................. 160casesof milkpurchasedtocompletestoek 800.00
of Cuban rations on hand under authority
of Secretary of War, dated October 2,1899.
23 0. E. Wood .................... Supplies to destitute Cubans................ 30.45
23 .....do ......................... ....do................................ .... 20.00
Total...... I...................... ................................... 910.45






AID TO DESTITUTE. 21

Itemized statement of expenditures from revenues of the island of Cuba made under the
heading of "Aid to the destitute," etc.-Continued.

[Disbursements made by G. W. Hyatt, mayor. Guanabace, disbursing officer at Guanabacoa, Cuba.]

Dec. 31 Ramon Sabadi.................... City lighting and jail ................ .... $6.19
5 Juan Gonzales ........ ........ Undertaking eleventh and fifteenth ......... 8.80
5 o Jose Rijo ...............................do ........................................ 8.80
5 Hermanio Canedo................ Demijohn, wine, and alcohol................. 6.50
.... do ........................... Demijohn, alcohol........................ 1.50
.....do ...................... Demijohn, wine ............................ 5.00
Total ... ........................ .. ... ................ 36.79

[Disbursements made by Capt. F. P. Fremont, Second Infantry, disbursing officer at Sancti Spiritus,
Cuba.]

Dec. 9 Florencio Mendez................ Subsistence.................................. $300.00
14 .....do ............................. ...do........................................ 82.42
Total ......................... ............... ................... 382.42


[Disbursements made by Lieut. A. E. Kennington, second lieutenant, Tenth Cavalry, disbursing officer
at Mayari, Cuba.]

Dec. 23 Tomas Myra.................... Charity....................................... $1.00
23 Carmen Vargos.........................do .................... ........... 1.60
23 Jose Pontoja ....... .. ......o ....................................... 2.00
23 Endocia Moje ................. ....do ...................... ............... .50
23 Miguel Lopez........... ....... .....do .......................... .......... 3.00
.23 Riba Ramire ......... .................do ...................................... 1.00
23 Candelaria Bentey ................ ...do... ....... ....................... .60
23 Fernando Diaz .........................do........................................: .60
30 Nicolas Barzaga.......................do ...................................... 1.00
23 Ana Savela.............................do ....................................... 1.00
23 Maria Padella. .................... .....do ...................................... 1.40
Agustino Ortz .........................do ....................................... 2.40
Total ......................................... ................... 16.10

[Disbursements made by Capt. E. Wittenmyer, captain and adjutant Fifteenth Infantry, disbursing
officer at Puerto Principe, Cuba.]

Nov. 30 Receipt roll....................... Emergency purchases...................... $3.50
30 Payroll...... ....ler................ ler..... ........................... 45.00
30 Receipt roll...................... Emergency purchases ........................ 5.00
Total ............... ................................................ 53.50

[Disbursements made by Second Lieut. Walter G. Penfield. First Infantry, disbursing officer at Pinar
del Rio. Cuba.]

Nov. 9 Velez & Leon..................... 50 empty flour sacks.......................... 5.00
Pay roll, 11 men ................ Labor at Cuban commissary............... 59.00

Total ....................... ...................................... 64.00

[Disbursements made by First Lieut. J. McA. Palmer, Fifteenth Infantry, chief quartermaster, dis-
bursing officer at Puerto Principe, Cuba.]

Nov. 20 A. Xigues.......................... Carriage hire during October investigating $5.00
relief cases.
21 .....do .......................... Hire of cart for distribution of rations....... 1.00
Total ........................ .................. ....................6.00

[Disbursements made by Capt. E. Wittenmyer, Fifteenth Infantry, disbursing officer at Puerto
Principe, Cuba.]

Dec. 16 Receiptrollum]..... guard ......... Band O.rural guard...................... 7.00







22 AID TO DESTITUTE.

Itemized statement of expenditures from revenues of the island of Cuba made under the
heading of "Aid to the destitute," etc.-Continued.

[Disbursements made by Maj. W. L. Pitcher, Eighth Infantry, disbursing officer in charge of Cuban
relief work at Habana, Cuba.]

Dec. 6 Ruiz & Hnos....................... Stationeryforuse in the office of Cuban relief $26.30
work.
6 Sofia Sauxol....................... Rent of house month of November........... 40.00
6 P.P.Eleijalde & Co ...... ........ Office furniture.............................. 24.50
6 M. R. Suarez ....................... Petty disbursements in connection with the 28.40
Cuban relief work.
6 Salvador Sarzo .................... Hire of carts transportation of Cuban rations. 65.00
7 Friedelin & Co .................... 2,150 pounds soap............................. 75.25
8 Hernandez & Foyo ............... Groceries.................................... 2,333.20
8 Galbse hijo......................... Rice, sugar,and cornmeal.................... 380.00
15 W. B. Fair......................... 92 cases of evaporated cream................ 398.30
21 M. R. Suarez ...................... Repairs warehouse and Cuban relief depart- 35.52
ment.
31 Pay roll. 21 men................... Employees .................................. 1,050.67
Total ...................................................... .................. 4,457.14

[Disbursements made by First Lieut. J. G. Harbord, commissary Tenth Cavalry, disbursing officer at
Manzanillo, Cuba.]

Dec. 31 Subsistence Department, I. S. A ... Aid to the destitute ........................ 577.68
31 Rafaela Ramirez .................. Food for destitute widow .................... i 5.09
Total ......................................... ................ 582.77

[Disbursements made by Lieut. H. J. Erickson, Fifteenth Infantry, disbursing officer at Nuevitas, Cuba.]

Dec. 31 B. Sanchez Adan .................. To lighterage and wharfage on 327 pounds $45.78
Governmentsupplies, at 14 centsperpound.

[Disbursement, made by First Lieut. M.S..Jarves, Fifth United States Infantry, disbursing officer dis-
trict Mayari, San Luis, Cuba.]

Dec. 20 J. P. Agastin. acting assistant sur- Subsistence civilian destitute, San Luis, 20 820.00
geon, U. S. A. days, medical treatment.
31 .....do .................. ....... Medical treatment and subsistence,31 days, J 31.00
Juan Forre Blanca.
Total ............ ........ ................. ............................. 51.00

[Disbursements made by Lieut. Hugh A. Roberts. Eighth United States Cavalry, disbursing officer at
Puerto Principe, Cuba.]

Dec. 31 Pay roll, man .................... Clerk in charge Cuban rations ....0.......... 45.00
I Casildo Lopez ..................... Twine ........................................ 6.00
31 j Cristobal Aguero ......... ........ Cart hire for carrying rations ................ .50
31 Enrique J. ortonlien............. Printing...................................... I 3.50
i I---
Total ................ ... .. ............... ......................... ... 55.00

[Disbursements made by Capt. John Bigelow, jr., Tenth Cavalry, acting disbursing officer at Mayari,
Cuba.]

1899.
Dec. 4 Manuel Rodriguez, Mayari ........ Charity....................................... 81.00
7 Coleta Hernandez, Mayari ......... .....do........................................ 1.00
9 Miguel Lopez, Mayari ..................do........................................ 2.00
16 Ramon Damonech, Mavari ........ .....do ............ ................ .. 1.00
20 Jose Pantoja, Mayari .................do .............................. ....... 2.00
23 Maria Padilla, Mayari ................. do ....................................... 4.60
23 Cristina Hidalgo, Mayari .......... .....do ...................................... 5.00
23 Agustina Ortiz, Mayari .................do .......................................I 5.00
23 Carmen Vargos, Mayari ...........----- do ....................................... 4.60
23 Ana Garala,Mavari ............... .....do ........................................ 1.40
23 .Rita Ramirez, Mayari ..................do ........................................ 1.20
Total .................. .... ........................................... 28.






AID TO DESTITUTE.


Itemized statement of expenditures from revenues of the island of Cuba made under the
heading of "Aid to the destitute," etc.--Continued.

[Disbursements made by B. F. Davis, treasury disbursing clerk, Division of Cuba, Habana, Cuba.]

1899.
Dec. 15 Miro & Otero ........... ..... 7,953 pounds rice for Cuban rations .......... 822.68
22 Maj.O.E.Wood................ Cuban rations........................... 37.50
22 .....do ............................ Subsistence of Indigent Cubans.............. 229.58
Total .................. ......................................... 809.76


[Disbursements made by Maj. W. H. Miller, chief quartermaster, U. S. V., disbursing officer at
Matanzas, Cuba.]


Dec. 5 Ramson P. Ham............... Commutation of rations...................... $25. 50
20 Jerry J. Warren................I Bills of medicines:
30 bottlesof quinine........... $45, 0
20 1-pound bottles of chloroform. 9.00
101-pound bottles of cod-liver oil 35.00
Freight......................... 1.50
I 90.50
Total .......................... .. .... ..... 11 .00


[Disbursements made by Lieut. A. E. Saxtun. Eighth Cavalry, disbursing officer at Santiago, Cuba.]


Dec. 14 Thos.F.Ryan ..................... Indigents..................................... $91.65
....do......................... Provisions,provincial jail......... $138.32
Provisions for destitute. ............ 81.06
219.38

Total .............................. ......................... ............. 311.03


[Disbursements made by W. L. Pitcher, Eighth Infantry, disbursing officer at Havana, Cuba.]


1900
Jan. 2 IM.R. Suares....................... Reimbursements for cash paid out as cab $21.65
fares on official business and labor around
warehouse.
2 Galbe & Sons...................... 2,00pounds bacon.................. $160.00
i 722 pounds rice...................... 19.86
170 pounds soap ..................... 5.95
Carting.............................. 1.00
186.81
2 John P. Nicholas.................. One horse .................................... 175.00
2 Hernandez y Toyo ................ 200 pounds coffee..................... $32.00
400 pounds sugar..................... 12.00
4 eases milk .......................... 19.00
Carting .......................-....... .30
63.30
2 Eduardo D. Escoubet.............. For tearing down wooden sheds used as re- 17.00
lief station No. 3.
2 Harris Bros. & Co.................. Typewriter, Remington, No. 7.............. 108.00
2 Sofia Sauxol................... Rent of house used as relief station No. 1.... 40.00
Total ........................ ... .... ...... ....... ............. i 611.76


[Disbursements made by Capt. F. P. Fremont, Second Infantry, disbursing officer at Sancti Spiritus,
Cuba.]

Jan. 26 Modesto Ulloa..................... For rations todestitute. blankets,etc,, Sancti W 83.85
Spiritus, Cuba.
31 Angel Orte Cabana............... Sending poor to Tunas................. ....... 12.10
Total........................ 95.95






24 AID TO DESTITUTE.

Itemized statement of expenditures from rerene.s of the island of Cuba made under the
heading of ".lid to the de.titte," etc.-Continued.

[Disbursements nnule by Capt. M. R. Peterson, chief and depot commissary disbursing officer at
Matanzas. Cuba.]

Jan. 16 T. Bea & Co ............... 1,500 pounds salt to complete 75,00 rations... $12.00
16 Galban y Co ....................... 9,000 pounds bacon to complete 75,000 rations. 832.50
16 Miret y Hno............. ...... 5000poundssalt, 1,736 bacon,200gunnysacks. 478.39
16 J. Lombardo v Co ................i 11,200 pounds rice: 2,950 pounds soup......... 369.25
2( 0. E. Wood, majorand commissary 7.500 pounds beans ........................... 224.25
of subsistence. V. S. V.
Total ................ ........ ................. 1,916.39


[Disbursements made by Lieut. A. J. Harris. disbursing officerat Sagua la Grande, Cuba.]

1900.
Jan. 25 Serapio Nunez.................. Material for constructing huts, Saga........ $200.00
27 Juan Cabrera... ............. 1 iron brand for marking insular property, 4.45
I Sagua.
Total ............. ........ ......................................... ... 204.45


[Disbursements made by Lieut. A. E. Kennington, disbursing officer at Mayari. Cuba.]

1900. I
Jan. 3 Francisco Artil................ Charity............ .................... $1.43
9 Rita Medino...........................do ...................................... 2.00
3 Dolores Garcia .............. ........do .................................... 2.00
9 Maria Oro ......................... .....do ...................................... 2.00
15 Mariana Rodriquez................ ... do ........................................ 1.00
31 Augustina Ortez................... ..... ...... ............................ .13
31 Christiana Rodriquiez ............. .....do......................................... 4.80
31 Rita Ramarez .....................do........................................ 6.20
Total ........................................... 19.5


[Disbursements made by Lieut. Hugh A. Roberts, disbursing officer at Puerto Principe, Cuba.]

1900.
Jan. 31 Pay roll. I clerk............... Charge of Cuban rations ................... $45.00


[Disbursements made by B. F. Davis, treasury disbursing clerk, on account of Col. Tasker H. Bliss,
acting American consul, Habana, Cuba.]

1900. 1
Feb. 5 S.F. Xichols, Habana. Cuba.......Board and lodging furnished destitute $17.25
SAmerican seamen.
7 I. Gauzalez. Hospital Wuestra Medical aid and attendance supplied to 9.00
Sra.de las Mercedes, Habana. J. James, destitute American seaman.
Total ..................................... .......................... 26.25

[Disbursements made by Capt. F. P. Fremont, Second Infantry, disbursing officer, Sancti Spiritus.
Cuba.]

1900.
Feb. 20 Floriencis Mendez ............... Rations (aid to destitute) ................... $18.00
9 Andres Zunter.................... Cloth and bed covers............... $37.27
39 rations-
16 yards cloth ........................ 20.62
57.89
23 F.Costillo ......................... 4 pairs shoes.............................. 6.00
Total ........... .... ............................................ 81.89


[Disbursements made by Capt. Walter B. Barker, assistant quartermaster, U. S. V., disbursing officer
at Cienfuegos, Cuba.]

'1900.
Feb. 20 Juan del Campo ................. Wharfage, 22,400 pounds Cuban rations for $4.33
destitute.






AID TO DESTITUTE. 25

Itemized statement of expenditures from revenues of the island of Cuba made under the
heading of "Aid to the destitute," etc.-Continued.

[Disbursements made by Lieut. A. J. Harris, Second Infantry, disbursing officer, Sagua la Grande,
Cuba.]

1900.
Mar. 3 Jose L.Visuda................ Machetes, hoes, and axes for agricultural i 78.39
3 Pupeda y Enriquez....................do...................................... 112.30
6 MarioGongalez Co................ 2 hoes, dozen machetes, agricultural 14.77
Colony.
Total ........................ .... ... ........................... 205. 46

[Disbursements made by B. F. Davis, treasury disbursing clerk, Habana, Cuba.]

1900.
Mar. 7 Mariano and Habana Rwy. Co.... Freightand passenger; Cuban rations, 155.72; $145.16
passengers, 2.51, Spanish gold. January
account.

[Disbursements made by Frank D. Ely, lieutenant, Second United States Infantry, disbursing officer
at Sagua la Grande, Cuba.]

1900.
Apr. 20 Puente & Co....... ... ..... 4 yoke oxen for agricultural colony.......... $404.73
21 Jose L. Viserta ................... 1 dozen machetes, 1 dozen hoes. 1 dozen 31.77
hatchets, agricultural colony.
Total ........................ ......................... .............. 436.50

[Disbursements made by D. C. Henera, assistant treasury disbursing clerk, on account of Maj. T. H.
Bliss, acting American consul at Habana, Cuba.]

1900.
Apr. 23 N. S. Nichols ..................... For boarding and lodging N. Coll, a desti- $1.50
tute American seaman, 1I days.

[Disbursements made by Lieut. Fred Van S. Chamberlain, Second Infantry, disbursing officer at
Sagua la Grande, Cuba.]

1900.
Apr. 4 M. L. Lopez ....................... Farming implements, agricultural colony, 811.25
Sagua la Grande, February, 1900.
11 Carlos Alpert..................... Agricultural implements for colony at Sagua 61.38
la Grande, March, 1900.
11 Munro Gonzalez & Co ............ Axes and machetes for colony at Sagua la 28.00
Grande, March, 1900.
Total .......................................... .................. 100.63






COMMITTEE ON RELATIONS WITH CUBA,
U. S. SENATE.




STATE M ENT


OF TH1I



SECRETARY OF WAR

OF


EXPENDITURES MADE UNDER THE HEADING OF "AGRICULTURE,
INDUSTRY, COMMERCE, AND PUBLIC WORKS"
IN THE ISLAND OF CUBA


FROM JANUARY 1, 1891, TO APRIL 30, 1900,


AS AUDITED.





NOVEMBER 8, 1900.





WASHINGTON:
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.
1900.












ITEMIZED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES.



The expenditures in the Department of "Agriculture, Industry, and
Commerce," cover the salaries of the central office and the salaries of
the provincial inspectors of forests and mines. This Department is
charged with the registration of patents and of various details, inci
dent to the gathering and dissemination of information relative to
agriculture, commerce, and industries.

Summary of itemized statement of expenditures in the island of Cuba, made under the head-
inl "Agrullture, indnstr!, commerce, and public vorks," and the subheadings as herein
shown, during the period l from .JTtuary 1, 1899, to April 30, 1900, as audited.
Central office.......--.............................................-. $95,106.63
Provincial office.....................--- ...................-......... 47,307.63
Provincial board of agriculture .........................-.....-..---.. 2,053.01
Western chief office of public works .............................----. 3, 653.92
Provincial chief office of public works.--...-......-.....---..-....---.. 6,377.94
Office of inspector-general of public works........---.................. --- 1,750.92
Light-houses, buoys, and beacons.--......................--..--....... 72,706.58
Repair and conservation of highways .--.............-- ............... 101,988.20
Inspection of forests and mines.---...---.-......--....--.- .....-...... 439.61
Repairs to public buildings --..................--- .........-----....-. 1,661.91
Posts and telegraphs----..-................................-......-- .. 1,230.16
Fees of expert personnel ...................-.......-----.--......--- 19.60
Division of railways-..----.----.....-.....--- ..-....------ ......----. 195.49
Surveys ......................--- ...-........-..--- .........-....... 1,428. 45
Public works ............-............-.........-.........-- ......- 86,604.69

Total................................-- .......------ ....-------. 422,524. 74

Itemized statement of expenditures in the island of Cuba, made under the heading "Agri-
rulture, Industry, Commerce, and l'ublic Works," from funds pertaining to the fiscal
year ending June 30, 1899.
PROVINCIAL BOARD OF AGRICULTURE.
[Disbursements made by Ricardo Martinez. disbursing officer at Habana, Cuba.]

1899.
Apr. 1 Antonio Perez Utrera, habili- Pay roll, March salaries..................... $158.32
tado.
1 .....do ...................... Supplies, March .......................... 7.50
Mar. 1 .....do ...................... Pay roll, February salaries ...................... 136.10
1 i.....do ...................... Supplies, February ............................. 7.50
Total .... ........................ ........... .............. 309.42

[Disbursements made by Manuel S. Trelles, disbursing officer at Matanzas, Cuba.]

Apr. 10 Pedro Ferandez, habilitado.. Pay roll, March salaries .... .................... .33
10 .....do..................... Supplies, March ... .............. 4.25
May 1 .....do.................... Pay roll, April salaries .......................... 124.99
1 .....do.... ................ Supplies, April............... .................. 7.50
June 5 Joaquin Gonzales, abilitado.. Pay roll, May salaries ........................... 124.99
30 .....do ....................I Pay roll,June salaries............. .......... 124.99
5 .. do ......................... Supplies,May ................................... 7.50
30 .....do ....................... Supplies,June .................................... 7.50
Total...................................... ... ................................. 460.05





4 AGRICULTURE, INDUSTRY, COMMERCE, AND PUBLIC WORKS.

Itemized statement of expenditures in the island of Cuba, made under the heading "Agri-
culture, Industry, Coinenrrce, and Public Works," etc.-Continued.

PROVINCIAL BOARD OF AGRICULTURE-Continued.

[Disbursements made by Americr Silva. disbursing officer at Puerto Principe, Cuba.]


Apr. 8 Juan Tzquirdo, habilitado..... Pay roll, Miarch salaries .......................... $54.44
10 .....do .. ...................... Supi lies. March ................................. 7.50
May 17 .....o ....................... Pa rol!, April. salaries......................... 100.00
17 .....do ........................ S plie ril...... ..... ......... .. 7.50
June 3 .....do ...................... Pay r ll, May,2 salaries, .......................... 100.00
5 .....do .................. ..... .. pplies. May .................................. 7.50
July 31 .....do......................... ay roll,Jhnesilaries ............................. 100.00
31 .....udo ......................... Supplies,.l une .. ......................... 7.50
Total .................... .............. .............. 384.44


[Disbursements made by Manuel M1. Reprise. disbursing officer at Iinar del Rio, Cuba.]

Apr. 8 Francisco Cruz, habilitado .... P'ia roll, March salaries ........................ 59.99
S ....do .......... ........ supplies, March ................................ 7.50
May 5 ..... ...do .................... y roll, April salaries............................ 99.99
5 Francisco Cruz Lcon, habili- Supplies.\April.................................... .
tluo.
June 5 iFranc. B.Crlz.serrctario..... I'ay roll, May salaries .......................... 99.99
30 ..... d ........................ I'ay roll,.J lne .alaries............... ............ 100.00
5 ....do ....................... Supplies, M .................................... 7.50
,) ----- -- -- -- -- .........................
30 ...... ......................... Supplies, June.................................... 7.50
Tottal .................... -.................... ........................ 389.97


[Disbursements made by Alejandro F. Rniz. administrator. Santa Clara. Cuba.]

Apr. 11 Jual B.Jiminez,habilitado...., Pay roll, 1Mairh salaries .......................... $104.16
11 .....do ......................... Suiplies, March ............................... 7.50
May 10 .....do......................... I'av roll, april salaries......................... 124.99
17 ....do......................... Supplies, April................................ 7.50
June 1 Juan B.Jiminez. secretario.... Pay roll. May salaries ........................... 124.99
S.....do ..................... Supplies. May..................................... 7.50
July 10 Juan B.Jiminiez,habilitado ...' Pay roll..1ne salaries ............................ 124.99
10 .....do.......... .......... pplis ne...... .... ..... .. .. .... .. 7.50
Total .................................... ......... .............. 509.13



WESTERN CHIEF. OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS.
[Disbursements made by Ricardo Martinez, disbursing officer at Habana. Cuba.]

1899.
Mar. 16 Antonio P. Utrera, habilitado.. Pay roll. January and February salari.s......... 51,976i.12
17i .....do........................ Supplies. January ..... .............. ........... 2i. 25
14 Julio Qiinones. habilitado.... Supplies. February................................ 38.33
Apr. 1 Antonio P. Utrera, habilitado. 'ay roll, March salaries...................... 1,548.22
1 .....do........................ Pay roll, March, forestry section ................. 10.00
1 Julio Quinonies pagador ...... Supplies. March...... .................... 30.00
13 .... do ..................... Fees of technical personnel ...................... 25.00
Total ........... ............ .............. 3,653.92


PROVINCIAL CHIEF. OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS.
[Disbursements made by Rieardo Martinez. disbursing officer at Halana. Cuba.]

Feb. 3 Manuel Paredes, hhbilitado... Pay roll, January salaries ....................... il0.22






AGRICULTURE, INDUSTRY, COMMERCE, AND PUBLIC WORKS. 5

Itemized statement of expenditures in the island of Cuba, made under the heading "Agri-
culture, Industry, Commerce, and Public Works," etc.-Continued.

PROVINCIAL CHIEF, OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS-Continued.

[Disbursements made by Manuel S. Trelles, disbursing officer at Matanzas, Cuba.]

Mar. 18 Simon Mendoza, habilitado... Pay roll. January salaries................5......... 53.33
18 .....do .................... Pay roll. February salaries...................... 459.01
18 .....do........................ Supplies, January ....................... ..... 54.17
18 !.....do ......................... Supplies, February........................... 1 29.28
Apr. 10 '.....do ......................... Pay roll, March salaries ...... .......... ........ 59.75
10 I.....do ........................ Supplies. March .......... ........ ............. 21.33
May 1 d.....do ....................... Pay roll, April salaries .......................... 53.31
1 I.....do.......... ......... Supplies, April............................... 30.00
June 5 Simon Mendoza. pagador ..... Pay roll. Ma-y unlrie .......................... 53.31
6i .....do....................... Pay roll, May salaries. light-hoses .............. 463.31
.. do......................... Supplies, May ..... ....... ............. ..... 16.00
24 ....o ........... ......... Credit for buoying the prt ..................... 1.290.; 0
July 3 Simon Mendoza. liabilitaldo... 'ay roll. June.slairie .......................... 6i17.73
1 .....do ......................... Supplies. Miay and .J n ......................... 19.20
20 .....do ....................... ..... d ....... ......... ....... ................... 10.2
Total .................... ..................... ..... ..5,160.27


[Disbursements made by Americo Silvv. libutring officer at Puerto Principe, Cuba.]


June 14 Coriolano Sariol, habilitado... Pay roll, '20 days of May, 2 salaries.............. $77.77
14 .. .do ............ ..... ... Supplies. M ay................. .................. 15.00
30 .....do.............. ....... Py roll, April and May, salaries. three keepers. 340.00
July 31 .....do ....................... Pay roll. June salaries........................... 116.66
31 .....do ....................... Supplies. June.................................... 15.00
Total ..... ...... .............................. .............. 564.43


[Disbursements made by Alejandro F. Ruiz, administrator, Santa Clara, Cuba.]


June 12 I Simon Mendoza, habilitado... Supplies. May .................................. 65
30 .....do ........................ Supplies. June................................ 17.37
Total .................... ................................. ......... 43.02


GENERAL DEPOT, LIGHT-HOUSES.

[Disbursements made by Ricardo Martinez, disbursing officer. Habana. Cuba.]

1899.
Feb. 3 Manuel Parelas,habilitdol...- Pay roll, January salaries ...................... $6.63
3 .....pdo ......................... pplieJa ... .......................... 67.49
Mar. 23 Julio Quinones. pagador ...... Pay roll. January 4nd February ................. 104.98
14 do.....do ............... Supplies, February .............................. 44.00
Apr. 1 .....d .................... Pay roll, March salaries ............ ........... 305.08
1 .....do ...........p ies, ar ......................... ...... 47.00
Total ........... ...... ..............................................". 615.1l
Less overpayment and re- .............................................. 171.76
funded.
Balance ........... .... ................................... ...... 443.42


[Disbursements made by Ricardo Martinez. treasurer-general of finanec, Habana, Cuba.]


Mar. 10
May 1
30
4
13
July 11
15


Julio Quinones. pagador.....! Fuel for the liht-lhouses of the western region...
.....do ..... ................. Py roll. April,6i salaries ........................
.....do ......................... Pay roll, May, .salaries ..........................
.....do ........ ............... Petroleum and oil,April.........................
..... do ......................... Supplies, April....................................
.....do ......................... supplies, June ..................... ............
.....do......................... Freight on petroleum and oil to light-houses ....
Total ......................................................................
Less overpayment and re- .................................................
funded.
Balance ......................... ..........................


$1,000.00
339.98
146.65
1,000.00
39.00
71.13
51.44
2,648.20
1,369.99

1,278.21







6 AGRICULTURE, INDUSTRY, COMMERCE, AND PUBLIC WORKS.


Itemized statement of erpendilures in the island of Cuba, made under the heading "Agri-
culture, Industry, Commerce, and Public Works," etc.-Continued.

GENERAL DEPOT, LIGHT-HOUSES--Continued.

[Disbursements made by Manuel S. Trelles, disbursing officer at Matanzas, Cuba.]

tMar. 18 S imon Mendoza, habilitadi... Pay roll,.anlury salaries ...................... 866.67
Apr. 10 .....do ....................... ......do ........................................... 283.33
10 .....do ....................... I'av nrll, February salaries....................... 258.31
10 .....do......................... I'n roll. March salaries.......................... 439.98
10 .....do......................... Light-house tender service, January February. 300.00
and March.
12 .....do ......................... ight-liise tender service, March ............... 108.00
May 1 ....do........................ Pay' roll, April salaries............................ 439.98
-... o ......................... Communication service to light-house, April .... 19.00
1 ..... do .............................. .do ............................................ 13R.00
20 I..., ....................... Fl'uriture for light-house, Dialia Key............ 90.18
July 1 ;..... do ......................... Pay roll. June salaries............................ 5.9 6.98
1 I..... do......................r. ravling expenses, March....................... 29.86
1 ..... lo......................... Payment for supplies, March, April, Ma, .June ... 292.03
6 Vila y Martinez ............... Recon-trnution of Diana Key light-house, con- 2,057.50
tract.
20 Simon Mtendoxza. liabilitado... Liaundrxy orf curtains, collmunica(tion service 149.75
and supplies. .ine.

Total .................... ...... ................................ .. 5,259.57


[Disbursements made by Alnerico Silvai. disbursing officer at Puerto Princip e, (Cuba.]


Jan.. 11 Bernabe Arteaga. habilitado.. Pay roll, salaries, December. 189S................. $396.25
11 .....d, ......................... Sup lies, nuarv ................................ 189.43
July 31 Coriolaun Sarial. lhbilitadi ... lay roll..Ine salaries............................ 170.00

Total ................ ..... .................. .. ...... ... .............. 755.(68


[Disbur-sements made by 3annel M. ReprIs,. disbursing oflierat IPinar del Rio, Cuba.]


Mar. 9 MIigiu
... d..
iiApr. 12 --
Apr. 17 Julio
17 .....d
17 3ligu

May 23 1 Julio
23 ..... d(i
June d ....d
30 .....d
s i .....d,
::l ..... ii
30 .....d


Apr.


Junel


el Gi nia ri nmis,i lpgadoir.' PI.i roll. Februnarv -alaries .................... $15ti.6
, ......................... (;Grat cities to light-liouse keepers ................. 30.
Quinones, pagadnor ...... y rill.J l tiuarl, Febrary, ianld March salaries. 321.65
S.......................... Stilp lies, .iarch ............. ...... ......... (66.15
cl Garcia tRalni ....... ... CnmmunieitioiliisTervic to light-hoIes, Jauuary 270.00
February, and March. |
Qulinllocs, lpagalor-i....i Slpplit i, April ................................... 144.45
......................... P'l roll', April. -alarie 1........................... li(i 6(6
o ............... ..... ...: 1ay r1 lll MIay. salaries............ ...... .......... I 15 66
S.......................... PI'i r, l. .llnne, -alaries ........................... 1.6.i66

II ........................ c' illllllni ii '. iin service to light-hou -,si .......... 110.70
r ................. ....... ;rltuiti ,. to light-lihol se keepers................. 33.75

Tolal ... ...... ...................................... ........... 1,730.17


[Disbur.ecnent- made by Alejandro F. Ruiz, administrator. -anta Clara. Cuba.]

17 Simon Mlendoza.l pagtior ...... Pa;y roll. J.anlary and Februairy. -alairies .......
17 .....do ....................... Pay roll. lMaircih, sialairies ......................
17 ..... d(......................... Launldry of curtains. Januirv and February,
lighthoui.s.
17 .....do ......................... (ciii liniiintin servile, light-hont.es. January.
I February. and March.
17 .....do ...................... Lilniry of urains,arh......................
10 .....do ......................... Piay roll. .linuary. February, and March, salaries.
10 .....do ............... .... Pay roll. April. salaries ........................
10 .....do ......................... ('(n ltion an r ais............ .......
10 .....do ........................ (C'ionl i hication service .........................
12 .....do ................ .... ...... I'a roll. May. salaries ..........................
30 .....do ........................ Pay roll. June. salaries..........................
12 ..... do ........................ 'it ication service, April ...................
12 .. do ...................... 9.uiSuplit., My .S ..................................
30 .....do ............. ......... Indemnii ties, June ...............................
30 .....do .. ... ........ ..... do ............. ......................... ....
30 .....do ............... ....... tr nd communication service. .une ........
12 ....do....................... .. Indem cities, May.................................

Total ....... ........... ....................................................
Less overpayment and .................................................
Srefunded.


2.53. 69
269.99
14.60

84.77
9.00
273.81
316. 65
119.00
30.00
3S6.65
366.65
127.00
304.24
98.20
2169.79
16.50
50.19

3,059.73
74.44


Balance ..................................................................


2,985.29






AGRICULTURE, INDUSTRY, COMMERCE, AND PUBLIC WORKS. 7

Itemized statement of expenditures in the island of Oba, made under the heading "Agri-
culture, Industry, Commerce, and Public Works," etc.-Continued.

REPAIR AND CONSERVATION OF HIGHWAYS.
[Disbursements made by Ricardo Martinez, disbursing officer at Habana, Cuba.]


1899.
Feb. 3 Manuel Paredes, habilitado... Pay roll, January, day labor .................... 128.67
Mar. 23 Julio Quinones, pagador ...... lPa roll, February, day labor .................. 574.50
Apr. 13 .....do.............. ...... Pay roll. March, day labor ....................... 2,167.93
Total .................... ................. ............ ............... 2,871.10


[Disbursements made by Ricardo Martinez, treasurer-general of finance, Habana, Cuba.]


May 15 Julio Quinones, pagador....... Salaries and day labor, April............. ..... $4,846.63
June 2 .....do......................... Day labor, and purchaseof animals for the work. 2,000.00
13 .....do....................... DIay labor, May, road, Catorro to Santa Maria .... 757.73
13 ....do ...................... Day labor, May, roads, San Cristobal and Bejucal. 1,320.30
13 .....do ....................... Day labor, May, roads. Luyano, Guines, San 1,952.58
1 .Cristobal, and Managua.
13 ..do..... ........ ...... Day labor and subsistence, May .................. 1,386.90
7 Miguel Uon7les,contratista .. Purchase of rock, road, Habana to San Cristobal..' 1,205.55
7 .....do ........................ Purchase of rock, Bejucal road................. 518.69
7 Juan Embil,contratista....... Purhae of rock, road. Arroyo Apolo to Managua.! 1. 068.00
July i Miguel Gonzales, contratisti .. Drayage of rock, San Cristobal road.June........ 1,363.50
7 Antonio Perez Utrera, habili- Reihbursement, inspection ,of forests, June...... 33.64
Stado.
6 Miguel Gonzales, contratisto.. Drayage of rock. Bejueal road .................. 943.32
8 Julio Quinones, pagador....... Labor and purchase of animals, provincial high- 1,491.80
ways, .I lne.
11 .....do ....................... Labor and subsistence, Santa Maria road ........ 616.37
11 .....do ....................... Labor. Luyano, Guines, Bejucal, and Managua 1,227.68
roads, June.
11 ....do..................... Reimbursement, inspection of highways ........ 358.74
11 .....do .............. ......... Labor, Luyano, Guincs. Bejucal, Managua, and 1,963.80
S San Cristobal roads. June.
11 .....do .......................... *Services and subsisten-e. provincial highways... 763.39
12 Antonio Perez Utrera, habili- Reimbursement, assistant to inspector of high- 42.30
tado. ways.
13 Julio Quinones, habilitado .... Services, subsistence. purchase, and rents, high- 684.97
ways.
15 .....do......................... Service and subsistence, provincial highways .. 987.77
15 Antonio I'. Utrera,habilitado Reimbursement for inspection, kcysand coast of 100.89
Cardenas.
Total .................... ..............-- ..............-................... 25,684.55
Advanced in April and June.. .................................................... 3,000.00
Unexpended and re- .................................. .. 22,684.,55
funded.


[Disbursements made by Mannel M. tepri-o. disbursing ofli'er at Pinar lel Rio. Cuba.]

Apr. 17 Julio Quinones, pagador ...... Pay roll, February and Mla-rl. ldy labor........ $750.29
May 23 .....do .......... ............. Pa- roll.April. day labor... ..................... 2,802.34
June 8 .....do ........... Pay roll, May. day labor ................. ..... 3,154.56
30 Julian Mijares. contratista .. Work done in une............................... 119.70
30 Julio Quinones, pagador ......i Pay roll. J.ne, salaries........................ 2,608.0
Total ................ .. ..................................... .. ........ 9,434.94


INSPECTION OF r tRESTSf AND MINES.
[Disbursements made by Riiardo Mairtincz. di,bursing officer at Habana, Cuba.]

Mar. 22 Antonio P. Utrera, habilitado January supplies, mining section ............. $18.75
22 .... ................ ......... January, supplies, forestry section ............... 22.50
22 ...do ...... .......February, supplies, forestry section............. 10.00
Total ................... .. ................... ............... 51.25


[Disbursements made by Ricardo Martinez, treasurer-general of finance, Habana, Cuba.]

Feb. 3 | Pedro Ymberno, habilitado... Pay roll, January, salaries..................... 8 388.36
___________________________ __






8 AGRICULTURE, INDUSTRY, COMMERCE, AND PUBLIC WORKS.

Itemized statement of expenditures in the island of Cuba, made under the heading "Agri-
culture, Industry, (bCmmerce, ,nd Public Works," etc.-Continued.

CENTRAL OFFICE.

[Disbursements made by Ricardo SMartinez. treasurer-general of fiance, Habana, Cuba.]

Feb. 3 Pedro Ymberno.iabilitiado ... Pay roll. January,salarie ........................ 54.50
3 Jose A. Fuertes, habilitado ........ do ........................................... 237.38
r. 1 Antonio P. Utrera, habilitado Pay roll, Felruary, salaries ...................... 58. 33
1 .....do .................. ....... Py roll. February, 19salaries.................... 1,245.94
1 ....do........................ Pa. roll February. 17 salaries.................... 1,391.;8
24 .....do ...................... Central expenses and ullpplies. February ........ 60.00
24 .....do ........................ Supplies, February, central ofice ................ 90.00
24 .....do........................ Suplplies. january. section of agriculture. indus- 61.72
try, and commnere.
24 I.....do........................ Supplies, .la iary. central olfice ................. 38.57
Apr. .....do ....................... Pay roll. March, 1 salaries ...................... 1,289.95
1 I.....do ......................... IP roll. March. I salary ......................... 3.33
1 .....do.................... ..... Supplies. March, central office................... 90,00
1 ......do ......................... Pay roll. March. 7 salaries. inspection of public 409.69
works.
I .....do .......................... S applies, March. 15.00
1 .....do ......................... IPay roll. March, s1 salaries, agricultural section. 1,479.92
1 .....do ......................... Supplies, March. agricultural section ............ 60.00
1 .....do ...................... March, 1 salary, weights and measures section .. 41.66
1 .....do ......................... Pay roll, March, 7 salaries, civil constructions ... 386. 4
1 .....do ....................... Supplies, March, civil constructions section ..... 15.00
1 .....do ......................... Pay roll. March, 9 salaries. inspection of forests 816.63
and mines.
1 .....do ........................ Supplies. March ................................ 52.50
1 .....do........................ Pay roll, March. 5 salaries, inspection of rail- 424.98
ways.
1 .....do......................... Supplies, March................................. 15.00
15 .....do......................... Fees. March, for inspection of highways ........ 31.50
11 Julio Quinones, pagador...... Day labor and subsistence. March, repairs. etc., 1,000.00
of highways.
May 1 Antonio P. Utrera, habilitado. Pay roll, April, 19 salaries........................ 1,856.61
31 .....do...................... Pay roll. May. 18 salaries....................... 1,853.28
1-31 .....do....................... Supplies, April and May ........................ 180.00
15 .....do........................ Moving the office and purchase of typewriting 215.92
machine.
1 .....do........................ Pay roll, April, 18 salaries........................ 1,479.92
31 .....do....................... Pa roll. May. 18 salaries. agricultural section... 1,521.58
1 .... do ........................ Supplies, April, agricultural section ............. 158.31
1 .....do ....................... Supplies. May. agricultural section .............. 158.32
1 .....do ........................ 1 salary, section of weights and measures ....... 41.66
31 .....do .......... ............... do ............................................ 41.66
1 ....do ......................... Pay roll, April, 6 salaries, inspection of forests.. 594.98
31 .....do......................... Pa roll. May. 7 salaries ........................ 694.98
1 .....do ......................... l'Pa roll. April, 4 salaries, inspection of mines... 271.65
1 ....do ...................... Pay roll, May. 4 salaries........................ 271.65
1 .....do ......................... Pay roll, April, 7 salaries, inspection of public 441.63
works.
31 .....do.................. ..... Pay roll. May. 7 salaries.......................... 441.63
1 .....do ........................ April. pay roll, 6 salaries. section of civil con- 399.98
i structions.
31 .....do ........................ Pay roll May 5 salaries.................. ..... 399.98
1 ..........d............ Pay roll. April. 5 salaries, inspection of railways. 421.98
31 1.....do......................... Pay roll. May. 5 salaries......................... 424.98
1 .....do ......................... Supplies. April, agricultural section ............. 60.00
31 .....do ......................... Supplies. May. agricultural section ............. 60.00
1 .....o ......................... Supplie. April, inspection of forests............. .. 15.00
31 .....do ..................... Supplies, May. inspection of fore-ts.............I 15.00
1 .....do ..................... Supplies, April. inspection of mines ............I 15.00
31 ....do ...................... Supplies. May. inspection of mines .............. 15.00
1 .....do...................... Supplies. April, inspection of public works...... 15.00
31 ......do...................... Supplies. 1Ma., inspection of public works....... .15.00
1 d. ......do .. .. ........ Supplies. April, section of civil constructions.... 15.00
31 .....d ............... ........ Supplies. May. section of civil constructions .... 15.00
1 ..... do ....................... Supplies. April. inspection of railways........... 15.00
31 .....do ......................... Supplies. May, inspection of railways..... 15.00
5 ..... do ....................... Fee- of expert personnel for expenses of inspee 51.3
tion of highways. April.
13 Julio Quinones. pigador ...... April assignment for his expenses as paymaster. 25.00
June 30 Antonio P. Utrera, habilitado. Pay roll, June. 18 salaries ....................... 1,853.28
30 .....do ............... ...... Supplies. June................................... 90.00
30 .....do ...................... Agricultural section, pay roll. June. 19 salaries.. 1.521.58
30 .....do ......................... Agricultural section, supplies, June ............. 60.00
30 o.....do ................... .. Inspection of public works, pay roll. June. 7 441.63
salaries.
30 .....do ......................... Inspection of public works. supplies. June ...... 15.00
30 .....do ....................... Inspection of forests, pay roll, June. 7 salaries... 694.98
30 .....do........................ Inspection of forests, supplies. June ............. 15.00
30 .....do ...................... Inspection of mines, pay roll. June. 4 salaries ... 271.65
30 .....do......................... Inspection of mines, supplies. June.............. 15.00
30 .....do..................... Section of civil constructions, pay roll, June, 5 1 339.98
I salaries.






AGRICULTURE, INDUSTRY, COMMERCE, AND PUBLIC WORKS. 9

Itemized statement of expenditureA in the islaoul f (Cua, iade under the headign! "./Jri-
culture, Industry, C(ommerce, and Puablic I'orks," etc.--Continued.

CENTRAL OFFICE--Continued.
[Disbursements made by Ricardo .Martinez, treaiiurer-general of finaic,, Hutlauna. Cubla.


June 30 Antonio P. Itrcrahaliilitaudi.. Section of civil coinstrsiion. supplies. .J ..... 15.00
30 .....do ......................... Inspection of railways. pay roll, .1Ju i salarit es. 124.98
W:0 ..... do ......................... Inspec tioin of ruilwaya's. supiplie-. June ........... 15.00
30 .....do.......................... Sction of weights and inea-ur i pay r oll,.luine. I1.t
I I alry.i
13 Julio (Quiiinones, piagador ...... Fees of expert per onnel.publi orh;............ .:143.1
9 Antonlio P. P trera. haljilitido. Feets of expisrl i-rniiinel. railwaty.................I 1.00
Total ................... .. .............................................. :11.50


OFFICE OF INSPEC'TOR-G.ENEIt.%L OF I'-BLIC WOtK.-:.
[Disbursenients made by, Ricardo Martinez, treasurer-general of iinaice. llabana. Cubat.]


Mar. 1 Antonio P. Utrera. habilitado, Pay roll, February. 5 salaries .................... .327.74
11 .....do ........................ Salary of 1 pIrter, 15 days of January ............ 19.24
] ..... do ......................... Pay roll. February. .5saliiries. section of (rivil ion- 352.42
struetions.
11 .....do ........................ Pay roll, lainiuary. 15 salaries..................... 9.26
24 .....do ....................... Siippliies Fibruary. section of civil construction-- 15.00
1 ..... do......................... Pay roll, February, 9 salaries, inspection of for- 780.22
ets and mines.
24 .....do ......................... Supplies. February, inspection of fore-ts aid 30.00
nhiiii.s.
24 ... do ......................... Supplies. February. inspection of railways ....... 15.00
24 ... do ....... ............. Supplies. February. inspection of public works.. 15.00
24 .....do ....................... Supplies. February. central section of mines..... 27.00
10 .....do. ...................... Repair- toi the edifice, central ofliee of finance.. 160.00
Total ....... .. .................................................... 1,750.92


PROVINCIAL OFFICES.
[Disbursements made by Rieardo Martinez. treasurer-general of finance, Habana, Cuba.]


May 1 Antonio P. Utrera, habilitado. Pay roll. A pril. 16 salaries, public works, western 1,548.22
region.
31 .... do......................... Pay roll, May. 16 salaries......................... 1,511.55
1 .....do ........................ Supplies. April. public works, western region ... 30.00
31 .... do ................ Supplies. May. public works, western region .... 30.00
1 .....do 10....................... Supplies, April, provincial inspection of forests.. 10.00
31 ..... do ........................ Supplies. May, provincial inspection of forests... 10.00
1 ..... do ......................... Supplies, April, provincial board of agriculture.. 7.50
1 ....do ......................... Supplies, May. provincial board of agriculture _. 7.50
June 30 .....do....................... Provincial b6ard iof agriculture, pay roll. June. 158.32
2 salaries.
30 ..... do ........................ Provincial board of agriculture, supplies. June.. 7.50
30 Julio Quinones, pagador ...... Chief office of public works. pay roll, June. 25 1.572.76
salaries.
30 .....do ...................... Supplies. June................................... 30.00
30 Antonio P. Utrera. habilitado. Section of forests. supplies for June ............. 10.00
30 Julio Quinones, pagador...... Pay roll. light-houses. 2 -alariei.................. 119.99
30 .....do ... ............ Petroleum and oil. light-hou-es .................. 1,460.92
30 .... do ......................... Laundry of curtains and repairs. light-house4 ... 63. 65
30 ..do.................... Constructions and fuel. light-house.............. 200.00
Total ...................................................... 6,777.91


REPAIRS TO PUBLIC BUILDINGS.
[Disbursements made by Ricardo Martinez, treasurer-general of finance. Habana.]


1899.
May 1 Antonio P. Utrera, habilitado. Repairs to the university as an office of the State. 8699.96
13 .....do .......... ....... Repairs to the central office of finance as an 111.99
edifice of the State.
June 13 .....do ........................ Repairs in the central office of agriculture, in- 150.00
dusty, and commerce.
30 .....do......................... Repairs in the university building .............. 699.96

Total............. ........................ ................. .. 1,661.91






10 AGRICULTURE, INDUSTRY, COMMERCE, AND PUBLIC WORKS.

Itemized statement of expenditures in the island of Cuba, made under the heading "Agri-
culture, Industry, Commerce, and Public Works," etc.--Continued.

POSTS AND TELEGRAPHS.

[Disbursements made by Americo Silva. disbursing officer at Puerto Principe, Cuba.]


Jan. 9 Antonio Lerpona........... ... Salary, 7 days of November and 0 days of De- I $94.40
cemiber, as subdirector of communication.
30 Rafael Delmonte. habilitado.. Pay roll. January, 15 salaries..................... 863.50
5 Manuel Garcia .............. Lighlting. December, 1898 ........................ 20.00
14 Rodolfo Alan, habilitado ..... Supplies. December, 1898......................... 60.11
141 .....do ...................... Supplies, December. 1898, Nuevitas .............. 4.30
14 .....do......................... Supplies. December. 1898, Las Minas telegraph 8.05
station.
14 .....do ........................ Rents. December. 1898, Nuevitas and Las Minas 33.58
st.tions.
31 Miguel A. Hines ........... Rent, 12 days of January, of telegraph office .... 12.36
11 Rodolfo Adan, habilitadlo..... Rent. December, 1898, of post-office.............. 50.00
3 Graciano Betancourt.......... Transportation of posts to Nuevitas. 7 days of 15.86
November. 1898.
4 ......do ........................ Transportation of posts to Nuevitas, December, 68.00
1898.
Total ................................................................. 1,230.16


FEES OF EXPERT PERSONNEL.
[Disbursements made by Manuel M1. Repriso, disbursing officer at Pinar del Rio, Cuba.]

Apr. 17 Julio Quinones. pagador ...... Extraordinary fees to Foreman Jose Alonso $6.21
Montero.
ay 23 .....do...................... Public works, P. Cortana......................... 13.39
Total ............................. .................................... 19.60


BOYS AND BEACONS.
[Disbursements made by 3Manuel M. Reprise. disbursing officer at Pinar del Rio.]

June 8 Julio Quinones, pagador....... Repairs. Port Mariel.............................! 409.81


[Di-bursemnents made by Alejandro F. tuiz. administrator. Santa Clara. Cuba.]

May 10 Simon Mendoza. pagaador...... Fees of technical personnel...................... .29.91


DIVISIoN OF RAILWAYS.
[Disbursem.l nents made by Ricardo Martinez, disbursing officer at IIabana, Cuba.]

1899.
Feb. 2 Antonio Bures, habilitado .... Pa roll. nuar, salaries ...................... 195.49


Itemized statelleiut of ex'.pre' dilt urs fran te rcreae. of the idmnd of C oa ma(de under
the headline Agriculture and public work.s," during the period from Julyi 1, 1899,
to April 30, 1000.
CENTRAL OFFICE.
[Disbursements made by Ricardo Martinez. treasurer-general. disbursing ofieer at Habana, Cuba.]

1900.
Aug. 2 Pay roll .................... Salaries. 17 men. July............................ $1,269.95
2 .....do ......................... Salaries. 19 men. July ........................... 1,437.13
2 .....do..I............d...... Salary, 1 man. July.............................. 583.33
2 ......do...... ....... ................. 33.33
2 .....do .............. .......... I Salaries. 5 men. July, civil constructions ........ 378.31
2 .....do .................... Salary., 1 man, July. weights and measures ...... 41.66
2 ....do......................... Salaries, 7 men, July, inspection of forests........ 694.93
2 d.....do......................... Salaries, I men, July, inspection of mines........ 271.65
2 I.....do......................... Salaries. 5 men, July, railways................... 424.98
2 .....do......................... Salaries, 8 men, July, public works.............. 694.40
2 C.Delgado................... Gas bill, public works, July ...................... 6.67
2 Rafael Arazozo................ Gazette of Hahana. public works, July........... 1.38
2 Manuel Soler. ................ Use of telephone, public works, July............. 5.50






AGRICULTURE, INDUSTRY, COMMERCE, AND PUBLIC WORKS. 11

Itemized statement of expenditures from the rerenr es of the island of Cuba made umder
the heading "Agriculture and public vorks," etc.-Continued.

CENTRAL OFFICE-Continued.

[Disbursements made by Ricardo Martinez, trerurer-generaldisbursing officer at Habana, Cuba.]


1900.
Aug. 2 Bernardo Juner ............... Minor expenses. public works, July.............. 0.70
2 C. Ferundez .................. Printing land stattionery, public wirks. July ..... 7.25
2 H.J. Harris.................... Stationer public works, July ................... 8.50
2 Bernardo Solano ............ .....do ................................... ...... 78.44
2 Enrique Hernandez .......... Sundry supplies for cleaning. .Ily ............... 3.02
2 Juan Sanchez ................ Minor expense. July............................. 7.44
2 P. Fernandez ................... Brooms. pen rack July......................... 1.10
2 J. Cape ........................ kt l............ ................... 22.73
2 Fatio de Avila............. Broms, sop. t. July............... ....... 3:.50
2 Rafael Arzozo. ................ Hahana (;aztte. .Ily ............................ 1.25
2 R. Portuando.................. Minor ex senses. inlpltion forests. .Inly ......... 1.95
2 1. Fernandez.................. StionertionY. insction forests..Inly .............. 9.75
2 Francisco Xiges. ........ ... l'r, ,: ..i o *i. inspection fiorivts, JIly...... 2.95
2 Juan Mantilla ................ '.r,..r .... .. inpection forests. July ....... .35
2 P. Fernandez .................. Stationery forests. Jul. .......................... 11.70
2 Francisco (asis.......... ..... Stationiery, inspection of mines. July ............ 3.30
2 R. Portando ................... Minr expen es. public works.. uly -..... ....... 85
2 J. Fernandez .................. T owe and vloths. public works. July........... 3.50
2 Francisco Casias .............. Sttionery. public works, July................... 2.65
SP, Fern nde ................ stntioner inspection rai lwt ays, Ju ly ....-........ K. 60
2 Juan Miller .................. Hllbat G ztitte. railways, July .................. 5.50
2 R. Portando ................... Minor expolnses inspection railways. July ....... .90
2 J.Ruiz.......................... Printing and stationery, inspection railways, 8.50
July.
2 P. Fernandez .................. .....o ......................................... 2.64
2 Cristolhl MIanicedo........... I'tting oil lIks. public \works. .luly............. 8.00
2 J. Znharicta ................. Repair of lock. inspection railwa;ys, July ...... 3.86
2 Rafaell Esser.................. Engieers su pplie. publ i works. July... .... 400.64
2 .Julian Quinos ................. Minor xpenes, public works. IJly............. 1.30
2 J. Borbolla .................... Furniture for office, public works. Jul. ......... 37.00
2 R.oselslo ..................... 1 ty'pewriting inahine, publlie wrks.July ...... 108.00
2 IH.J. Harris.................... Furniture andl minmeograiph. public works. July. 118.00
2 A. Wilson ...................... Minor expenses. public works. July........... 5.06
31 l'Py roll ....................... Sialry of I man. August .... ................... 583.33
31 ..... do ..................... Salaries, 17 men. Agust ......................... 1,269.95
:31 ... .....d .................... Salaries. 19 nien. AinIust ......................... 1,521.5
31 ..... do ........................ WeigFhts li d mnlsures, A.ngust ... ........... 41.66
31 .....do ......................... Salnrini. men, pllli i works, August ............ 733.29
31 ..... do ........................ Salaries. 8s nlien, ilspection foreits. Auigust....... 694.98
31 .....do ........................i Salaries, I men. inspection minils. A.uguist ....... 271.65
31 .....do ........................ Salaries. 5 nlneT. construction rnilways, Auigust .. 424.9S
31 ..... 41. ............. ........ Salaries ni. ; e ivil con-,trinitilon. .\Anl st....... 398.64
31 IM. G.Menocal ................. Visits oid incidental expenses ligihwiay from 14.40
Cottirra to stations Maria del ott arioAuguist.
31 Antonii C('.tro................ Sltme, rol' (Cardernis to Sagin. August.......... 31.95
31 i;llilrrino Wi era ............... Slnle. Cienflregis. public works. Augsl-t .. 18.45
31 Carloh (Cadnlso ................. Smnie. -tationi Clara. Cienl fego. Caiiarien. Au- 22.50
[ llSI.
I 'rust.
31 Javinto L'horo............. .. Sie. ttion Clarn. Cienfuegos, IISguBI. Augulst.. 11.2
31 Ale.indro TamrTi .............. Same H-bana to, 4an Nicola, Algust ..... 6.75
31 I'. Ferniandlrez................... Staitionerry iri.letion railways. Aurg-t......... 14.25
31 I. P'ortUindo .................. Minor expenses inspection railways. August ... .75
31 P. Fernandz ................. Stationery, inspection forests. Ai t........... 7.65
81 Juin Miller ................... litabnai IGazette. inspection forents, Auguist..... 5.00
31 P'. Portunidoi .................. lMinor expenses, in pection forests, August...... .45
31 Jose Martiniez ................... do ................ ....................... 1.90
31 Antonio PI'ret................ Supplies for nimesuring, fore-rt, Augulst ... 15.00
31 Bernalrdo Solanoi.............. Stationery. ilnspertion of mines. A.\I1gt ......... 11.00
31 R. Portanldo ................... .inor expenses, inspection of mines, August .... 4.00
31 S.T. Solloso................... Stationery, in-pection of railways............... 1.50
31 i Manuel Cibrian.. ..................do ......................................... 2.00
31 P. Fernandez .............do ............................................ 8.10
31 I Gualberto Gomez............. Minor exipense.s, inspection of railways. August.. 3.40
31 i Rafael Arazozo............... IIabana Gazette. inspection of railway\ ys, August.. 7.61
31 Bernardo lolano .............. Stationery, public works ........................ 11.50
31 P. Fernandez .....................do ........................................... 38.69
31 Fco. Obelluria ................. Minor expenses, public works, August ........... 2.20
31 Rafael Arazzoo............... Habana Gazette,August........................ 8.75
31 R. Portando .................. inor expenses. cleaning, supplies. postage, etc., 18.24
public works, August.
31 J.Caldect...................... Putting in electric bellspublic works,Augnust.- 6.99
31 L.C.Millikin .................. Printed envelopes, public works, August......... 6.25
31 Augustin Selasco ............. Minorexpensespublic works,August........... 6.13
31 Bernardo Solano .............. Stationery, public works, August ................. 10.23
31 J.Rosello..................... Printing and stationery, public works, Augst... 12.00
31 Faustino de Avila............. Brooms, soap, etc., public works, August ........ 3.97
31 E. Moret Ros................... Stationery, public works, August................. 16.38

Total ..................... ............................ .............. 13,021.50






12 AGRICULTURE, INDUSTRY, COMMERCE, AND PUBLIC WORKS.


Itemized statement of expenditures from the rerenues of the island of Cuba made under
the heading ".-1.ricentre iand pitlic il; rkrs," etc.-Continued.

CENTRAL OFFICE-Continued.

[Disbursements made by Ricardo Martinez. treasurer-general, disbursing officer at Habana, Cuba.]


1899.
Sept. 30 Pay roll, September............ S,!aries, 19 men, industry and commerce ........
30 .....do......................... Salaries, 18 nme, industry and commerce.......
30 .....do......................... Salaries, S men, public works...................
30 ..... do ........................ alaries, men ways always .........................
30 Leopoldo Aguilar, September.. Salary, rilways ..................................
30 Adolfo Suez, September ....... Salaries, secretary's office ......................
30 Pay roll, Seiptmnber ........... Salaries, i men, forests...........................
30 .....do ........................ Salaries,4 men,mines ...........................
30 Rica rdo Moralc, September... Salary, weights and measures....................
30 Guillermo T. Silva, September. rnupection of railways westward to Artemisa ....
30 Abelardo Tarafi, September... Inspl tionl of railways to San Nicolas and Bata-

30 P. Fernandez, September...... Sttionery. mines.................................
30 Bartnrdo Solano, September .. Stationery, public works .......................
30 P. Fernandez, September.......... .d ...........................................
30 Antonio Perez,September..... Stationery. railways..............................
o30 1'. Frrniandez, September ...... Stationery, forests ..............................
30 .....do ........................... Stationery, civil (on trtietions) ...............
30 Miscelanea (Commercia! Co.... 1 typewritilg machine, September.............
30 P. Fernandez. September ...... Stationery.civil (constructions) .................
30 Francisco Obelliero, Septem- Lautndry of towels...............................
ber.
30 Rafael de Arazoza, September. Habana Gazette.................................
30 Angustin Toledo, September .. Repairs to water-closets in different offices of the
department, under contract.


1899.
Sept. 11
11
11
14
14
14
14
14
30
30


$1,521.58
1, 242.17
733.29
444.98
5.33
583.33
611. 65
271. 65
41.G6
4.50
9.00

15.00
.20
14.80
15.00
15.00
15.00
90.00
52.85
4. 65

2.50
205.85


Total ........................ ..... ................................... 5,899.99


[Disbursements made by Manuel Frelles. disbursing otileer at Matanzas, Cuba.]



Pay roll, Augus t............... Salaries, 2 men ................................... $124.99
A. Carreno, Angnst ............ Stationery. ...................................... 6.57
Angel Valiente. August ....... (Cleaning office ................................... 2.00
Pay roll, August.............. Salaries. 10 men, public works..................... 632.08
.....do..................... Salarv 1 man, public works...................... 56.66
.....do ............. ................. .......................... 23.33
A. Carreno, August ............ Habana ;azette, public works .................... 4.05
Paulino Soles, August ......... Stationery, public works ......................... 10.20
Pay roll,September ........... Salaries.2 men, public works................... : 124.99
A. Carreno, September.......... Stationery, public works ......................... 6.43

Total ........... ....................................................... 991.30


[Disbursements made by Ricardo Martinez. disbursing officer at Habana, Cuba.]


1899.
Oct. 4 Pay roll, September ........... Salaries. 5 men, civil constructions...............
31 Bernardo Solano. October..... Two books for accounts.........................
31 Francisco Herguez. October... Printing ..........................................
31 P. Fernandez. October..............do ...........................................
31 Pay roll. October.............. Salaries, 18 men ..................................
31 .....do ............. ... ..... Salaries,19 m en ....................... ...........
31 Adolfo S. Lopez, October ...... Inspection of Western Railway, salary...........
31 .....do ........................ Salary. secretary ................................
31 Pay roll. October............... Salaries, t men, civil construction................
31 Ricardo Morales,October....... Salary, weights and measures ....................
31 Pay roll, October..... ...... Salaries. 8 men,public works ....................
31 .....do ........................ Salaries,8 men, inspection of mines..............
31 ..... do ........................ Salaries. 7 men. inspection of forests.............
31 ..... do................. ..... Salaries. 6 men. inspection of railways...........
31 Guillermo Riva. September ... Visits of inspection to Western Railway..........
31 Abelardo Tarafa, October ..........do...... ...................................

Total ................. ............................................
-- - - - -- -* * .


8389.98
68.00
39.00
62.00
1.269.95
1,521.58
20.00
583.33
362.76
41.66
733.29
271.65
681.09
444.98
13.50
2.25

6,505.02





AGRICULTURE, INDUSTRY, COMMERCE, AND PURLIC WORKS. 13

Itemized statement of expenditures from the revenues of the island of Itiba made under
the heading "Agriculture and public works," etc.-Continued.

CENTRAL OFFICE-Continued.
[Disbursements made by Ricardo Martinez, treasurer-general, at Habana, Cuba.]


Nov. 5 .lose Castillo........... Visit of inspection by civil governor from Ma- $91. 0
tenias to Canasi, (Cmanico, Cienlfuegos, and
Hoyo .\!aniea rllgula, Octolber.
5 Manuel Corrales .............. Visit of inspection to Santa Clihra. (Cimajuani, 216.72
Cienfuegos. Sancti Spiritus, and Placetas.
5 Jose Castillo.................. Visit of inspection by the civil governor to Cien- 126.99
flegos, S an .Jlan de las Ycra. and Caminajuani.
5 Pay roll ...................... Salaries. 2 men. public work-, October ............ 177.76
5 N. Riv as....... ............ Visit of inspectionn to Boloandron. Aguaiate, Saun 49.50
Felipe. cl.amiajuai, and Placetas.
5 Abelardo Tarfa................. Visit of inspection io Holoialdr.i, Unioin le Reyes, 13..i0
Balabarn6, anid ('aimajun.,i.
5 Jacinto Novo............... Visit of inspetition to.lireialan .................. 3.60
16 R. Arazoza .................... Habana Gazette. OU-tober ......................... 1.25
16i R. Portuandl ................. Slpoines,ghls.es, and r'tty expeNishs. O tober.... 4.81
16 .....do ............... ..... e. laundry of towels. etc., Oct ,lbLr ..... ........ .5.25
16 Faustino de Arribia........ Buckets, l'ks, and screw drivers, October....... .5.0
It P. P. Fernandez............... Stationery. October......... ............. ...... 20.40
16 Bernardo Solano ......... .......do ..............._ ........................ 10.45
16 Felipe Bivuela ................ One tape for measuring nines, October .......... 3.85
16 Jlos6 Martinez ................. Iron rods, department if nill e ................. 1.90
16 P. P. Fernandez................ Stationery. deplrtmnenlt of nlin ies. octobt, r......... 48.89
16 P. Fernandez................. Stationery. department of forests. October ....... 1.50
16 Felipe Bieuela ................ One tape for easuring forests, October......... 3.8S5
16 T. Rubio............... ...... Plaing 2 locks .................................. 1.00
31 Pay roll .................e b Slrie me, .... .......... 1,259.95
31 Adolfo Saen ................ salary, Noe er........................... 583.33
31 Pay roll ..................... Salaries. 19 men. November.................. 1,521.58
'1 d.....do................. ....... Salaries. 4 men. department of mines. November' 271.65
31 .....do........................ Salaries. 7 nen, department of forests, November. 694.98
31 .....do......................... Salaries, men, department of public works. 733.29
November.
31 .....do............. ........ Salaries, 6 nen, inspectionof railways, November. 444.98
31 .....do.......................... Salaries, 2 men, department of district roads. 2141.66
November.
31 Ricardo Morales............... Salary, department of weights and measures, No- 41.6ti
vember.
31 .....do ........................ Salaries. 5 men, civil construction, November... 333.32

Total .................... ................... .............. 6,940.02

[Disbursements made by Ricardo Martinez, treasurer-general, Habana, Cuba.]

1899.
Dec. 2 Mario G. Menoeal, inspector... Traveling expenses, trip to Puerto Principe. $123.75
Nlevitas, Puerto Padre. Cayu Cotntites, Cayo
Romano, and return to Habana, inspection,
November.
1 Juan R. Riera ................ Salary, 5 days of November .................... 5.55
30 Pay roll. December........... Salaries, 18 men ... ......................... 1,521.58
30 Ricardo Morales, December... Salary, weights and measures........... ... 41.66
30 Adolfo S. Yanez, December ... Salar as secretary ............................. 583.33
30 Pay roll, December ........... Salaries, 5 men, civil constructions ............. 353.32
30 .... do......................... Salaries. 2men. oficeagriculture, industries, and 124.99
commerce.
30 .....do........................ Salaries. 2 men, municipal roads................. 266.66
0 ..... do ......................... Salaries. 8 men, general inspection .............. 733.29
30 .....do ........................ Salaries. 6 men, inspection of railways........... 444.98
0 .....do........................ Salaries. S men............................... 1,16.61
30 .....do ........................ Salaries, 4 men, inspection of mines ............. 271.65
30 .....do......................... Salaries. 7 men, inspection of forests............. 694.98
30 .....do....................... Salaries, 3 men. light-houses.............. 33.75
30 .... do........................ Salaries. 2 men, provincial board of Pinar del 99.99
Rio.

Total ......................................... .............. 6,486.09

[Disbursements made by Ricardo Martinez. treasurer of finance, Habana, Cuba.]

1900.
Jan. 6 Pay roll...................... Salaries, 16 men, January............ ..... S251.61
3 Alberto Valiente .............. Arranging hall for sessions of board of agricul- 1.00
ture, December.
3 Ceferino A. Carreno........... Books and stationery, December................. 6.50
23 J. M. Muller................... Subscription to Gazette, January ................ 2.50
23 R. Portuondo................. Ice, laundry, soap, etc.. January ................. 5.60
23 B. Solana........... ...... Stationery, January.............................. 14.07
23 Ramon Perez ................. Stationery and 1 set of books, January........... 7.75
23 .....do......................... Stationery November ........................... 24.75




14 AGRICULTURE, INDUSTRY, COMMERCE, AND PUBLIC WORKS.


Itemized statement of expenditures from the revenues of the island of Cuba made under
the heading "Agriculture and public works," etc.-Continued.

CENTRAL OFFICE-Continued.
[Disbursements made by Ricardo Martinez, treasurer of finance, Habana, Cuba.]


1900.
Jan. 3 Dayas Quintero..... ......
3 C. W. Neely ... ..........
3 J. Calduch........... ....
3 J. M. Muller..................
3 Ignacio Garrido..............
3 Antonio Slinas ...............
3 B. Solano.................
3 R. Portuondo ...............

3 .....do.........................
31 Pay roll .. ...............
31 .....do....... ..............
31 .....do........................
31 J. M. Muller..................
31 Ramon Perez.................
31 Francisco Obelleiro ...........
31 J. M. Muller...................
3 Ramon Perez.................
3 Francisco Obelleiro ...........
31 Pay roll .......................
3 Felipe Bindo..................
3 Ramon Perez...............
3 Ignacio Garrido..............

31 Pay roll .......................
3 Felipe Bindo ..................
3 Ramon Portuondo ..........
31 Pay roll .....................
31 .....do........................
23 Ramon Perez.................

3 .....do .........................
3 F.Harris.......................
31 Pay roll .....................
31 .....do ........................
3 Ramon Perez.................
3 Josefa Diaz...................
3 Manuel Alvares..............
3 F.Harris ......................
3 Ramon Perez.................
31 Pay roll .....................
3 Ramon Perez.................
3 .....do ........................
3 R.Portuondo..................
31 .....do .......................
31 Ramon Perez.......... .....

23 GuillermoF.Riva.............

23 Obelardo Farafa..............


23 Jacinto S. Nobo...............

31 Pay roll .....................
31 Mascimino Casado ...........
11 Miguel Garcia Ramis..........

23 Ernesto J.Balbin..............
31 Pay roll .....................

Total....................


2 directories, November..........................
1.U00 official envelopes, November .............
Installation of bell in paymaster's office, Novem-
ber.
Subscription to Gazette, November..............
1 Habana Directory, November .................
1 wooden screen, November.....................
2 blank books, 500 sheets stamped paper, Novem-
ber.
Ice. laundry, postage, soap, and candles, Novem-
ber.
Petty expenses, November......................
Salaries, 2 men, January.........................
Salaries, 29 men, January.......................
Salaries, 16 men, January .......................
Subscription. Gazette, January..................
Stationery, January .............................
Laundry and soap, January.-.................
Subscription. Gazette, November ................
Books and stationery, November ................
2 panes glass, laundry, postal fines, etc., Novem-
ber.
Salaries, 7 men, inspection of forests, January...
2 leather pouches, inspector of forests, Novem-
ber.
Binding 1 volume legislation, inspection of for-
ests, November.
Directory of Habana, inspection of forests, No-
vember.
Salaries,5 men,inspection of mines, January ....
2 leather pouches, inspection of mines, Novem-
ber.
Laundry, inspection of mines, November ........
Salaries, 6 men, civil constructions office, Jan-
uary.
Salaries of the secretary of civil constructions
office, .anuary.
1 bucket, shovel, sponges, cuspidors,1 basin, 1
manual of construction, civil constructions
section, December.
Stationery, civil constructions section, January..
1 box black carbon paper, civil constructions
section, December.
Salaries,8 men, office of public works, January..
Salaries, 9 men, general inspection, January......
Printing and stationery, general inspection,
November.
Marking 6 towels and 6 cloths,general inspec-
tion, November.
Laundry, general inspection, December.........
Carbon paper, general inspection, December.....
Stationery, general inspection, December........
Salaries, 6 men, inspection of railways, January..
Stationery, inspection of railways, October.......
Stationery, inspection of railways, November ....
Laundry, inspection of railways, November......
Laundry, inspection of railways, December......
Stationery, etc.,inspection of railways, Decem-
ber.
Traveling and contingent expenses, visit to
Balondron and Union de Reyes and return to
Habana, inspection of railways, December.
Traveling and contingent expenses, visit to
Capdevila, Guanajay, Cardenas, Union de
Reyes, and Bolandron and return to Habana,
inspection of railways, December.
Traveling and contingent expenses, visit to
Bolandron and return, inspection of railways,
December.
Salaries, 3 men, section of district roads, January.
Salary, 4 roads, January.
Traveling and contingent expenses, Pinar del
Rio to Guaro and Mulo and return, section of
district roads, December.
Traveling and contingent expenses, Habana
and return, section of district roads, December.
Salaries, 14 men, section light-house commission,
January.

..................... ........ .......................


$7.20
6.25
2.50
2.50
3.00
4.00
8.18
5.11

7.55
550.00
1,420.61
740.13
1.25
62.95
1.80
1.25
18.90
4.69
694.98
6.00

1.25

3.00
270.25
6.00
.45
408.09
383.33
23.00

1.12
5.00
415.52
733.28
15.90
1.20

.75
5.00
6.00
437.64
.40
2.40
.90
.45
10.35
13.50

15.75


2.25

276.66
6.66
14.76

74.76
592.50

7,590.75


I





AGRICULTURE, INDUSTRY, COMMERCE, AND PUBLIC WORKS. 15

Itemized statement of expenditures from the revenues of the island of Cuba made under
the heading "Agriculture and public works," etc.-Continued.

CENTRAL OFFICE-Continued.
[Disbursements made by Ricardo Martinez, treasurer-general, at Habana, Cuba.]


1900.
Feb. 1 J.B.Mora ................. 1 typewriting machine, January ................ $110.00
1 Pay roll ............ ....... Salaries, 3 men, personnel of division of agri- 124.99
culture, January.
28 .....do ........................ Salaries, 2 men, personnel of secretary's office, 600.00
February.
28 .....do ....................... Salaries, 13 men, personnel of division of indus- 902.63
try and Commerce, February.
28 .....do ..................... Salaries,21 men, personnel of secretary's office, 1,486.30
I February.
28 Leopoldo Sierra ............. Ink, paper, pens, secretary's office, February ..... 7.50
28 Pay roll ..................... Salaries, 4 men, personnel of board of agri- 117.47
culture, Pinar del Rio, January.
28 .....do..............-....... Salaries, 2 men, personnel of provincial board, 124.99
'inar del Rio, February.
28 .....do ........................ Salaries, 7 men, personnel of inspection of forests, 694.98
February.
28 Pay roll ..................... Salaries 4 men, personnelof inspectionof mines, 271.65
February.
28 Antonio Perez............... Laundry, inspection of mines, February ........ .45
28 P. Fernandez & Co ........... Stationery, inspection of mines, February....... 4.05
Total .................... .................................................. 4,445.01


[Disbursements made by Ricardo Martinez, treasurer of finance, Habana, Cuba.]


1900.
Feb. 28 J. B.Mora .................... typewritingmachine................... $110.00
28M. Ruiz & Co ................I engraved seal,secretary's office ................ 10.00
28 Solana & Co................. Stationery and printing, secretary's ofice........ 58.40
28 Harris & Bro.................. 1 typewritingdesk, secretary's o e ............ 50.00
28 .....do................. ..... 1 typewriting machine, secretary's office......... 115.10
28 Jose M. Miller ................ Habana Gazette, January ........................ 5.00
28 .....do....................... Printing, January, secretary's office.............. 11.96
28 J.Borbella..................... Furniture, inspection of public works............ 348.99
3 C.Torre & Co.................. 1 water cooler, inspection of public works ....... 12.10
3 Fargos Hermanos ....... ... I dozen towels, inspection of public works....... I 4.61
3 Perez & Co............... Water glasses, inspection of public works ........ 1.99
3 Antonio Perez............. Dusters, laundry, etc., inspection of public works. 11.57
3 Ruiz Hermanos ............... Stationery and printing, secretary's office........ 50.00
3 Jose Villalon................. Salary, secretary'soffice ....................... 116.66
38 Pay roll .................... 10 men, general personnel, February ........... 1,233.32
28 .....do ....................... 10 men, secretary's office ..................... 1,211.65
28 Antonio Perez................. Employee central office.......................... 100.00
28 M. Pina................... Employee road Placetas to Sancti Spiritus ... 83.33
28 Pay roll .................... 6 men, secretary civil construction, February.... 409.98
Total ................................................................... 3,944.66


[Disbursements made by Ricardo Martinez, treasurer-general, Habana, Cuba.]

1900.
Mar. 3 M.Pina..................... Salary aspaymaster, road Placetas to Sancti Spi- $24.99
ritus, December.
3 Pay roll ....................... Salaries 6 men, personnel of inspection of rail- 350.53
ways, February.
6 J.Borbolla.................... 1 desk and 2 chairs, February ................... 18.80
6 Rafael Arazoza............... Subscription to Gazette, February ............... 1.25
6 Champion & Pascual ......... Stationery and printing, February............... 89.96
6 M. A. Corvalles ................ Visit of inspection............................. 12.40
7 J.A. Betancourt ............. Stationeryand printing, inspection of works, Jan- 112.55
uary.
7 P.Fernandez & Co ............do........................................... 4.60
7 Juan M. Muller............... Havana Gazette, inspection of works, January... 5.00
7 Ramon Portuondo ............ Laundry, same office, January.................... .50
7 Pedro Jose.................... 1 geographical guide, same office,January ....... 1.00
8 P. Fernandez & Co ............ Stationery, chief office, same office, January...... 47.40
8 Harris Bros. & Co.............. 2 typewriters and supplies for same, January .... 225.30
8 .....do ....................... typewriter stand, January .................... 16.00
10 Guillermo Rivas .............. Visit of inspection to Palmira and Cardenas, Feb- 6.80
ruary.
9 Feliciano Rios.............. Moving (office?), laundry, sponges, and lock, Feb- 10.45
9 C.Torre &Co.................. rary.
1 bucket, 1 Yale lock, 1 key, February............ 5.28
9 Emilio Mazabal .............. 1 lamp, February............................. 5.64





16 AGRICULTURE, INDUSTRY, COMMERCE, AND PUBLIC WORKS.

Itemized statement of expenditures from the revenues of the island of Cuba made under
the heading "Agriculture and public works," etc.-Continued.

CENTRAL OFFICE-Continued.

[Disbursements made by Ricardo Martinez, treasurer-general, Habana, Cuba.]

1900.
Mar. 9 M.Iuiz & Co.................. Stationery and printing, February .. ........... $27.36
9 Harris Bros.& Co............. Supplies fortypewriter, February ............ .. 36.60
9 F. A.Betancourt ............... 1 typewriter and accessories, February........... 122.70
20 P. Fernandez .................. Stationer, February............................. 21.20
20 Aspurn & Co ................. Hardware, civil construction section, February.. 5.50
20 Manuel (ibrain ............... Drawing supplies, above section, February ....... 5.80
20 P. Ferna ndez & Co............. Stationery, civil construction section, February... 13. 85
20 J. A. Betaniourt ............ 1 desk, cliair, inspector railways..................... 41.00
20 P. Fernandez................. Stationery, mae office........................ 3.85
20 mon ortundo ............. Laundry, sae oice, February................... .50
20 Jacinto Novo ................ Travelingexpense, inspection 'Palnira toCarde- 4.80
n nas and H:ibaine, February.
30 Pay roll........................ Salaries 12 men, personnel road 'lacetas to 218.49
: Sancti Spiritus, Febrluary.
)20 Agustin Cordillo .............. Maintenance 1 horse,same road. February....... 2.80
28 Eligio Torre ............ ... horse, same road, February. ................... 159.00
28 .....do ....................... Hardware,samle road............................ 62.33
28 gncio Gordillo............... Visit f inspection,same road.................. 7.44
28 Pay roll........... ........ Salaries 3 men,personnel construction section, 1 245.00
SMarch.
28 Arthur Padro................. Translation and revision of public works regu- 50.00
nations.
28 Pay roll....................... Salaries 10 Inen, personnel public works ....... 1, 151.65
28 .....do ........................ Salaries 10 men, personnel direction of public 1,233.32
works, March.
28 Emilio Cordola ............... Clerk public works,January ................... 42.00
9 Pedro Diaz ................... Hire of vessel for inspection of forests north of i 63.00
the coast of Pinar del Rio.
9 Alberto Aliente............... Putting oftice in order, January................. 1.00
9 A. Carreno.................. Sttationery. January ........................... 6.50
9 P.Fernandez .................. Printing,January ...... ......... ............ 2.75
9 .......do ...... ... ...... Stationery, inspection of forests, January ..... 12.2
9 R. Portuando....... ........ Laundry,'inspection of forests .............. .50
9 Juan Miller................... Habtna Gazette, inspection of forests........... 5.00
7 Pay roll, February............ 2 men, personnel suboftice, Matanzas ............. 83.32
9 P. Fernandez ............... Stationery and printing, section of statistics .... 51.00
9 Juan M. Miller ............... Habana Gazette, section of statistics ......... 2.50
9 Ramon Portuando............. Ice, postage, laundry, etc., section of statistics.... 5.80
9 Jose Zarrabetia.............. Engineering supplies,section of statistics........ 39.63
9 Manuel Cibrian ............... .....do................................. 14.70
9 Ramon Garcia................. 1 large, 1 small drawing table ................... 8.63
9 J. A.Betancourt ............... 1 typewriter stand and chair..................... 42.50
9 M. Miller ...................... HabanaGazette.................... 1.25
30 J. A. Betancourt ............. Paper and stand, section of statistics............ 4.30
30 iA. Llanas ............ ... Hanging window screens, section of statistics ... 4.00
30 Rafael Avayoza............... Habana Gazette, section of statistics ........... 6.25
30 Manuel Pristo................. Glazing, etc.,section of statistics................ 3.50
30 Francisco Obeleiro .......... IBrooms, soap, etc..section of statistics ............ 12.60
20 P. Fernandez .... ....... Stationery, inspection of forests, February ....... 14.20
20 ....do... ........... Stationery, inspection of forests, March.......... 20.30
20 Pay roll................... 2 men, personnel inspection of forests, Pinar del 303.79
SR.......io, January and February.
20 .....do ................ .... 2 men, personnel secretary's office, March........ 600.00
20 .....do................... 12 men, subsecretary's office, March ............. 903.31
0 .....do ........................... 2 men, inspection of forests, Pinar del Rio........ 232.32
20 .....do ......... ........ ... .. 8 mnenngereral of forests, March................... 694.98
20 .....do ....................... 4 men, inspection of mines ..................... 271.65
30 .....do.................. Personnel. central office......................... 1,503.25
Total ..................... ..................... 9,309.72


[Disbursements made by Ricardo Martinez, disbursing officer at Habana.]

Apr. 2 Ramon Perez................. Printing and stationery, january ................ $18.55
2 Manuel Gonzalez........... Repair of metallic seal........................ 5.00
2 F.A. Betancourt...... ........ Stationery, January ............................ 5.50
2 R. Portuando..................Ice and cleaning supplies, January............... 6.67
2 J.M.Miller .................... Subscription Habana Gazette .................... 1.25
2 .....do ......................... Subscription Habana Gazette, secretary's office .. 1.25
2 .....do....................... Subscription legislative collection, 1 year, Dec. 5.00
31,1900.
2 .....do................. .... Subscription legislative collection, 2 months, 10.00
secretary's office.
2 Manuel Prieto..... Glazing, secretary's oice.............. lazg, rerso e.. ............... 2.00
15 Pay roll.................... Salary, third official, December.................. 83.33
20 Jose Menendez ................ 1 pantometer, tripod, box, inspector of mines .... 50.00




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