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REPORT.

AUDITOR GENERAL'S OFFICE,
Lansing, Michigan, June 29, 1889.

Hon. CYRUS G. LUCE, Governor :

SIR-I herewith respectfully submit the following as my report for the fiscal year closing June 30:

The receipts to the State Treasury from all sources during the year were.

a$3,062,551 48 And the disbursements for all purposes.--

3,134,929 99

Disbursements exceed receipts by.
Which deducted from the balance June 30, 1888...

$71,378 51 1,188,567 70

Gives for the balance in the Treasury Jane 29, 1889.

$1,116,189 19

83,062,551 48

If from the receipts as stated above....
The amounts covered by credits to contractors
for building Swamp Land State Roads....... b$13,929 92

b And the amount of refunding and reimbursements during the year..

35,669 22

49,599 14

$3,012,952 34

Be deducted, there is left for net cash receipts...
The receipts from various sources, which form

no part of the revenue of the State, amount to. c$351,892 94
While the portion of the receipts gathered into

the State Treasury during the year for purposes of revenue is...

.c2,661,059 40

3,012,952 34

• See Appendix, page 4.

Nee Table No. 4, page 22. • See Table No. 6, page 10.

The gross disbursements, as before stated, amount to....... $3,134.929.9 But from this amount should be deducted the

warrants drawn upon the Swamp Land Fund and paid in swamp land....

a $13,929 92 And the refundings and reimbursements

b35,669 22

49,599 14 To obtain the net cash disbursements, which for the year were...

83,085,330 85 The disbursements for non-revenue were b*344,143 39 And the revenue disbursements were.. 52,741,187 46

3.085,330 85

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The bonded State indebtedness, June 30, 1888, was as follows:
Past due bonds, interest stopped, not yet presented for pay-

ment ...
Unmatured bonds, interest-bearing

$10,992 83 229,000 00

Total bonded debt June 30, 1888..

....

$239,992 83

There being no change during the year, the indebtedness, by classes, is as follows:

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The war-bounty-loan bonds are the only interest-bearing bonds now ontstanding. These bonds become due May 1, 1890, and upon them the annually accruing interest amounts to $16,030.00. The amount of specific tax from future receipts required to pay the entire interest on the outstanding bonds is $16,030.00.

1 See Statement“E," Table No. 1.
a See Table No. 24, page 22.
b See Table No. 6, page 10.
c See Table No. 27, page 23.

929 49

TWO MILLION LOAN SINKING FUND.

During the year the Board of Fund Commissioners turned into the State Treasury the sum of $17,461.25, as premium on United States 41% bonds sold by them. There remains in their treasury funds sufficient to pay the war bounty bonds which mature May 1, 1890.

199 11

INSPECTION OF ILLUMINATING OILS.

30 85

Under Sec. 7, Act 127, Laws of 1879, the State Oil Inspector paid into the
State treasury, in February, $8,828.31.

30 85

SUPPORT OF INSANE.

Under Act 194, Laws of 1877, and amendments, there was paid from the State treasury during the year, for the support of the insane, $295,567.01. Of this amount $257,347.30 was paid for the support of permanent insane, $8,999.29 for the support of non-resident insane, $4,534.09 for the support of insane soldiers, and $24,686.33 for the support of criminal insane.

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The amount paid during the year for the above purpose was $1,910.38.

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RETURNING CHILDREN FROM STATE PUBLIC SCHOOL.

During the year there was paid for returning children from the State public school $9.70.

CONVEYING CHILDREN TO REFORM SCHOOL.

The amount paid during the year for the above purpose was $2,729.55.

CONVEYING CHILDREN TO STATE INDUSTRIAL HOME. The amount paid during the year for conveying children to the State industrial home was $1,541.97.

CONVEYING CONVICTS TO STATE HOUSE OF CORRECTION.

During the year the State has paid for the above purpose $6,751.96,

and for

CONVEYING CONVICTS TO STATE PRISON, the cost to the State was $4,210.62.

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CORONERS' FEES. The amount paid during the year, under Sec. 9593, Howell's Ann. Stat., as amended by Act 103, Laws of 1885, was $3,221.81.

The amount paid for the support of permanent and non-resident insane, the amount paid for transportation of children to State public school, etc., the amount paid for the care of juvenile offenders, the amount paid for conveying convicts to the State house of correction, the amount paid for conveying convicts to State prison, and the amount paid as coroners' fees, are stated by counties in Table No. 46,

pages 52 to 55, where the several amounts that

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each county pays in State taxation are also shown, and from which the following summary is obtained :

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$1,084 22 1,006 76 4,027 09

464 66 5,266 21

774 44 1,084 22 1,084 22

1,239 10 2,013 55 5,266 21 619 55

30 97 7,434 64 13,939 94

851 88 619 55 309 77

Alpena. Antrim. Barry. Benzie Berrien... Charlevoix. Chippewa. Delta. Gogebic Grand Traverse Houghton.' Ionia... Tosco. Isle Royal Kalamazoo. Kent.... Keweenaw Lake.... Leelanaw. Luce Mackinac. Manistee.. Marquette.. Mecosta Menominee. Midland... Monroe... Montcalm Muskegon Newaygo. Oakland Oceana. Ogemaw. Ontonagon. Osceola Oscoda.. Otsego.. Ottawa. Saginaw Sanilac. Shiawassee. St. Clair St. Joseph.. Washtenaw Wexford..

$3,033 39
1,211 14
5,609 17

885 04
7,873 53
1,449 90
1,481 88
2,450 46

606 33 1,676 85 6,370 13 5,635 43 1,682 46

195 58 10,711 62 16,619 57 1,476 41

773 22 1,019 88

44 80 901 89 3,189 90 6,347 61 2,329 65 3,538 46 2,261 53 5,889 22 6,161 83 9,392 72 3,616 12 9,990 28 1,890 94

534 73 1,576 88 2,874 08

462 21

629 35 6,558 38 15,007 64 3,333 42 4,791 74 7,933 51 6,250 15 11,515 74 2,293 26

Alcona... Alger Allegan. Arenac Baraga.. Bay. Branch Calhoun Cass... Cheboygan. Clare Clinton Crawford Eaton Emmet Genesee Gladwin. Gratiot... Hillsdale -Huron... Ingham. Iron... Isabella. Jackson.. Kalkaska Lapeer.. Lenawee. Livingston. Macomb. Manitou Mason Missaukee.. Montmorency Presque Isle Roscommon. Schoolcraft Tuscola Van Buren. Wayne....

$464 62

51 38 4,468 30

107 74

423 63 6,028 74 4,457 94 3,037 88 1,327 18 1,031 07

589 35 3,810 72

235 63 4,715 33

601 26 6,716 54

34 70 2,401 11 2,741 81 1,421 43 5,250 38

161 63 1,090 42 8,111 79

257 78 2,415 35 7,129 44 4,263 40 3,949 85

$774 44

774 44 4,646 64

387 22 464 66 6,815 08 5,421 09 8,673 74 4,646 64 1,084 22 1,084 22 5,266 21

542 10 5,421 09

619 55 6,815 08

387 22 2,942 87 6,505 31 2,013 55 5,730 86 1,471 44 1,393 98 9,603 08 1,161 66 4,181 97 8,673 74 4,646 64 5,111 32

30 97 1,239 10 1,006 76

387 22 387 22 464 66

929 33 3,097 77 4,336 87 46,466 45

774 44 2,168 44 4,646 64 1,858 66 1,936 11

774 44 4,646 64 2,942 87 3,407 54 1,471 44 8,363 96 1,239 10

464 66 1,161 66 1,161 66

309 77

619 55 4,027 09 10,222 62 2,323 33 4,646 64 5,111 32 5,575 98 9,293 30 1,006 76

1,109 42 251 27

76 40 222 00 214 19

398 21 1,162 74 4,155 04 17,914 31

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ACCOUNTS WITH VARIOUS STATE INSTITUTIONS,

as summarized in Table No. 163, pages 244 and 245, show their receipts to have been as follows: From State Treasury..

$1,282,788 30 Earnings of Institutions, etc., 539,663 43

$1,822,451 73 Loans..

31,143 72

$1,853,595 45

Their disbursements:
For current expenses.

$1,436,431 11
Building and special pur-
poses

377,007 12

$1,813,438 23 Payment of loans..

40,143 72

1,853,581 95

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By classes of institutions, the receipts for the year were:

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