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Names and compensation of officers and clerks, fc.—Continued.

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Alice M. Kennedy
Louisa V. Knowlton
Maggie B. Milier
Nettie Morgan.
Annie E. Ober
Etha E. Poole..
Annie E. Ranney
Emily H. Reed
Maria Richardson
Marie L. Sturgus
Martha M. Smith
Fayette C. Snead
Carrie F. B. Stevens
Amelia P. Stockdale
Sarah A. W. Tiffey
Julia C. Townsend.
Annie E. Wheat
Martha Caney
Louisa Campbell..
Emily L. Carter
Josie Craig
Virginia Clarke.
Helen M. Cohen
Kate P. Dexter
Margaret T. Dewar.
Jane A. Dorr,
Mary K. Ellis.
A. H. Finlay
Elizabeth Hutchinson
Marie E. Jones
Mary E. Kammerer
E. F. Morrill.
Mary E. Oliver
Kate O'Brien
Carrie L. Pennock
Maria F. Robinson.
Eliza A. Saunders
Maria A. Summers
Sadie E. Fowler
Lillian D. Massey
J. R. Marion..
Eliza Peters
Margaretta Weeks
Martha A. Walker
Emma Lafayette
M. I. Kinsey.
Philo Burr.
James D. Burke
J. Eddie De Saules..
Charles McC. Taylor.

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Silas Holmes...
William H. Romaine..

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Charles B. Hinckley
Robert LeRoy Livingston..
Henry Mathews
M. M. Parker.

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Expenses of the Office of Comptroller of the Currency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1873.
For special dies, plates, paper, printing, &c..
For salaries...

$324,556 6

120, 600 00 Total ......

445, 236 CS The contingent expenses of the Office were paid out of the general appropriation for contingent expenses of the Treasury Department, and, as separate accounts are not kept for the different Bureaus, the amount cannot be stated.

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REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR OF THE MINT.

REPORT

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THE DIRECTOR OF THE MINT.

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OFFICE DIRECTOR OF THE MINT,

Treasury Department, November 20, 1875. Sir: In compliance with the provisions of the coinage act of 1873, I have the honor to submit the following report of the operations of the mints and assay-offices for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1875:

The amounts of gold and silver deposits and purchases, coins struck, and bars manufactured, were as follows:

DEPOSITS AND PURCILASES.

Gold deposits.....

$43, 152, 584 50 Silver deposits and purchases..

18, 304, 406 07 Total amount received and operated upon.........

61, 456, 990 57 Deducting re-deposits-bars made and issued by one institution and deposited at another—the deposits were: Gold....

$38, 556, 293 90 Silver..

16,070, 626 54 Total

54, 626, 920 44

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Total gold and silver ...

23, 049, 310 47 The distribution of the gold and silver bullion deposited and purchased, including redeposits, was as follows:

MINT, UNITED STATES, PHILADELPHIA.
Gold deposits
Silver deposits and purchases.

$57, 6:36, 376 01 4,168, 412 22

Total

9, 804, 788 23

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117,779 48 - Logge all the different mints during the fiscal year was as fol

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ile and issued at the mints and assay offices were as fol.

MINT, UNITED STATES, PHILADELPHIA.

$ 40,713 92 278, 072 74

318,786 66

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