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INDEX TO REPORT ON THE FINANCES.

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Page. The Secretary's report.....

1 Statement No. 1. Receipts and expenditures for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1863 28 Statement No. 2. Receipts and expenditures for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1864 29 Statement No 3. Receipts and expenditures for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1865 34 Statement No. 4. Duties, revenues, and public expenditures for the fiscal year ending

June 30, 1863, agreeably to warrants issued, exclusive of trust funds..... 34 Statement No. 5. Receipts and expenditures for the quarter of the fiscal year 1864, ending September 30, 1863.....

39 Statement No. 6. The indebtedness of the United States.. Statement A. Report of the Comptroller of the Currency.. Statement B. Report of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue..

62 Statement C. Report of the Treasurer.

79 Statement D. Report of the Register

81 Statement E. Report of the Solicitor....

86 Statement F. Report of the First Auditor.......

94 Statement G. Report of the Second Auditor...

95 Statement H. Report of the Third Auditor...

97 Statement I. Report of the Fourth Auditor

104 Statement J. Report of the Fifth Auditor....

107 Statement K. Report of the Sixth Auditor.....

130 Statement L. Report of the First Comptroller......

131 Statement M. Report of the Second Comptroller......

133 Statement N. Report of the Commissioner of Customs...

135 Statement 0. Report of the Supervising Architect....

136 Statement P. Report of the Light-House Board.....

153 Statement Q. Report of the Superintendent of the Coast Survey....

168 Statement R. Report of the Supervising Inspector of Steamboats..

174 Statement S. Report of the Director of the Mint....

186 Statement No. 7. Coinage at the United States mint, annually, from its establish

ment, in 1792, and also the coinage of the branch mints and the assay office,
(New York,) from their organization until June 30, 1863......

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Statement No. 8. Amount due under treaties with various Indian tribes......
Statement No. 9. Condition of the banks of the United States on or about January

1, 1863....
Statement No. 10. Synopsis of the returns of the banks in the different States..--
Statement No. 11. General view of the condition of the banks in the United States,

on or about January 1, 1851, to 1863, inclusive......
Statement No. 12. Comparative view of the condition of the banks in different sec-

tions of the Union
Statement No. 13. Amount of the public debt on the first day of January in each

year from 1791 to 1842, and at various dates in subsequent years to July 1,

1863.
Statement No. 14. Revenue collected from the beginning of the government to June

30, 1863, under the several heads of customs, internal revenue, direct tax,
postage, pubic lands, and miscellaneous sources, with the receipts from loans

and treasury notes, and the total receipts...
tatement No. 15. Statement of expenditures from the beginning of the govern-

ment to June 30, 1863, under the several heads of civil list, foreign intercourse,

war, navy, interest and principal of public debt, and total expenditures. ....
Statement No. 16. Receipts and expenditures of the marine hospital fund for the

relief of sick and disabled seamen in the ports of the United States for the

fiscal year ending June 30, 1863....
Statement No. 17. Amount expended at each custom-house in the United States

during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1863....
Statement Mo. 18. Number of persons employed in each district of the United

States for the collection of customs during the fiscal year ending June 30,

1863, with their occupation and compensation...
Statement No. 19. General results of all receipts and disposal of merchandise within

the United States during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1863.......
Statement No. 20. Amount of coin and bullion imported and exported annually

from 1821 to 1863, inclusive. Also a comparison of the importation and ex-

portation during the same years...
Statement No. 21. Gross value of imports and exports from the beginning of the gov-

ernment to June 30, 1863---
Statement No. 22. Value of domestic produce and foreign merchandise, exclusive of

specie, exported annually from 1821 to 1863, inclusive.....
Statement No. 23. Value of leading articles of manufactures exported from June 30,

1846, to June 30, 1863.....
Statement No. 24. Value of foreign merchandise imported, re-exported, and con-

sumed annually from 1821 to 1863, inclusive. Also the estimated popula-
tion and rate of consumption per capita during the same period.....

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Statement No. 25. Amount of the tonnage of the United States annually from 1789

to 1863. Also the registered aud enrolled and licensed tonnage employed in

steam navigation each year .
Statement No. 26. Stocks held in trust by the United States for the Chickasaw na-

tional fund and the Smithsonian Institution....
Statement No. 27. Range of prices of staple articles in the New York market at the
beginning of each month in each year from 1825 to 1863....

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No. 28. Regulations concerning commercial intercourse with and in States declared

in insurrection, and the collection of abandoned and captured property.....

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ERRATA.

On page 15, eleventh line from bottom, for “Supreme Court,” read “Court of Appeals."

On page 16, seventeenth line from top, for “The limits of deposits for temporary loan
are," read “The limit of deposits for temporary loan is”

Same page, eighteenth line, for “this deposit," read “these deposits.
Page 291, twenty-fourth line from top, first column, for 75a9 00, read 8 75a9 00.
Page 377, sixth line from bottom, for 15a25, read $15a$25.
Page 377, twenty-seventh and twenty-eighth lines from top, omit reference marks.
Page 399, second line from bottom, for 1852, read 1862,

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