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44TH CONGRESS, HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. (Ex. Doc. 20 Session.

No. 2.

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ANNUAL REPORT

OF THE

SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY

ON THE

STATE OF THE FINANCES

FOR

THE YEAR 1876.

WASHINGTON:
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.

1876.

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REPORT.

TREASURY DEPARTMENT,

Washington, D. C., December 4, 1876. SIR: Complying with the requirements of law, I have the honor to submit the following report:

RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING

JUNE 30, 1876.

Receipts.

The moneys received and covered into the Treasury by warrants dur. ing the fiscal year ending June 30, 1876, were as follows: From customs...,

$143, 071, 984 61 From internal revenue..

116, 700, 732 03 From sales of public lands.

1, 129, 466 95 From tax on circulation and deposits of national banks.

7,328, 573 29 From repayment of interest by Pacific Railway companies...

718, 179 96 From customs' fines, penalties, &c.

183, 797 86 From labor, drayage, storage, &c..

1, 026, 346 08 From sales of Indian-trust lands..

190, 160 29 From fees-consular, letters-patent, and land.

2,009, 280 92 From proceeds of sales of Government property 1, 852, 714 94 From marine-hospital tax.

345, 679 92 From steamboat fees...

265, 583 65 From profits on coinage, &c.

1, 7.11, 117 81 From tax on seal-skins.

317, 584 00 From miscellaneous sources.

1,877, 291 05 Total ordinary receipts..

283, 758, 493 36 Premium on sales of coin...

3,723, 545 80 Total net receipts, exclusive of loans..

287, 482, 039 16 Proceeds of bonds of 1881, Geneva award.

6, 613, 826 12

294, 095, 865 28

Total net receipts .
Balance in Treasury June 30, 1875, including deposits

of coin and United States notes represented by
certificates outstanding

141, 702, 416 41

Total available cash..

438, 798, 281 69

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