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BIENNIAL REPORT 



AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUITS, 



1853. 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 



STAT^ OF ILLINOIS 



Auditor's Office, Illinois, 
Springfield, December 1st, 1852. 
To the General Assembly of the State of Illinois : 

I have the honor to submit the following report of the receipts and 
disbursements, during the two years ending November 30, 1852, which 
are presented in the following order : 

1. A statement of the receipts and expenditures, showing the whole 
amount received, applicable to the payment of the ordinary and con- 
tingent expenses of the state government, and the amount paid out, 
including the interest on the school fund. 

2. A general statement of warrants drawn upon the treasury, for all 
purposes. 

3. A detailed statement of warrants drawn upon the contingent fund. 

4. A detailed statement of warrants issued, showing on what appro- 
priation, and to what account charged. 

5. A statement of the school, college and seminary fund, and amount 
of state indebtedness purchased. 

6. A statement of the redemption money received from minor heirs. 

7. A statement of the one-sixth of a mill fund, for the education of 
the deaf and dumb. 

8. A statement of warrants issued, showing the amount outstanding. 

9. A statement of banks organized, showing the amount of capital 
amount of stocks deposited, and circulating notes registered. 

10. A statement of the treasurer's account. 

11. Comparative statement of the assessments in the several coun- 
ties, showing the amount charged, collected, &c, in each county. A 
table showing the number of horses, cattle, &c, assessed in a few coun- 
ties. Although this table is very imperfect, yet it will serve to show 
the importance of such statistical information, if obtained from all the 
counties, and published annually. 



[ iv ] 4 

The amount appropriated at the last session of the general assembly 
for special purposes, was unusually large, yet there is now in the trea- 
sury a large surplus over and above the amount of expenditures, as 
will be seen by reference to the statement of the treasurer's a< ount, 
and the table of receipts and expenditures, amounting to the sum of 
$146,372,36. From this sum may be deducted the following ai ounts 
chargeable to this fund : orders on collectors for the interest on the 
school fund not returned, viz : 

Hardin county, for 1851, - ] 42 

White county, for 1847, - - - - ( '2 io 

Pope county, for 1848, - - - , 8 78 

Making the sum of $1,154 92 

Balance of appropriations for salaries to February, 28, 

1853, 12,219 30 

" fund for the education of the Deaf and Dumb, - 5,705 23 

Interest on liquidation bonds, due 1st of January, 1853, 5,447 20 

Of the unexpended appropriations there will probably 

be required to meet accruing expenses, - 3,000 00 

The amount necessary to meet the expenses of selec- 
ting swamp lands remaining unpaid is estimated at 6,000 00 

To meet the expenses of the present session of the gen- 

eral assembly, - - 16,000 00 

Printing paper and stationery, - - ^,uuu vv 

Making the aggregate sum of - $51,526 65 

to be paid out of the funds now on hand. There will probably be col- 
lected of the balance now due from collectors, on accounts tor taxes 
of 1851, and prior years, a sufficient amount to meet all necessary ex- 
pense-, that may accrue prior to the collection of the taxes of 1852, 
leavino- the sum of $100,000 applicable to any purpose to which the 
legislature may think proper to appropriate it. The revenue of 1852, 
collectable in 1853, will probably exceed the amount of expenses for 
that year A70,000. With this surplus, amounting to at least $1/0,000, 
it is estimated that $270,000 of our state indebtedness may be cancelled 
during the year 1853 ; and I know of no way that the state can invest 
this surplus to a better advantage, as the two mills levied for revenue 
purposes will produce at least double the amount of tax necessary to 
meet the ordinary expenses of our state government, some provision 
for the application of the surplus that will accrue annually, or for a 
reduction ot the taxes for revenue purposes, seems to be necessary. 

The receipts of the revenue paid into the treasury for the year 1850, 
include the amount of orders issued for the interest on the school fund. 
For the year 1851 the orders were returned directly to the auditor, 
and credited on the accounts as provided for by law; hence the amount 
charged to the treasurer for revenue collected on assessment of 1851, 
show the actual amount of said tax paid into the treasury. 

The real estate sold on executions against delinquent collectors 
and purchased by the state, amounts to the sum of $10,567 00, and as 
a portion of this property is improved, some further legislation may be 



5 [ v ] 

necessary to protect it from being destroyed. Since the last biennial re- 
port the following accounts have been adjusted and settled, either by 
spcia! acts of the general assembly, abatements, payments into the treas- 
ury, or the purchase of lands, viz : Brown county, for 1847 and 1849 ; 
Cass county for 1849; Christian county, for 1840 and 1849; Champaign 
county, for 1847 ; Crawford county, for 1848 ; Cumberland county, for 

1846 and 1849; DeKalb county, for 1845 and 1849; DeWitt county, for 
1849; DuPage county, for 1849; Effingham county, for 1848 and 1849; 
Fayette county, for 1845, 1846, 1847 and 1848; Fulton county, for 1849; 
Gallatin county, for 1846 and 1847; Grundy county, for 1845, 1846 and 

1847 ; Hamilton county, for 1841 and 1849; Hardin county, for 1849; 
Lake county, for 1849 ; Lawrence county, for 1849; Macoupin county 
for 1848 and 1849; McLean qfbunty, for 1848 and 1849; McHenry coun- 
ty, for 1842; Madison county, for 1847, 1848 and 1849; Pulaski county, 
for 1847 and 1849; Peoria county, for 1842; Perry county, for 1849 ; 
Pope county, for 1841, 1846, 1847 and 1849 ; Saline county, for 1847, 

1848 and 1849; Schuyler county, for 1849; St. Clair county, for 1845, 
1846, 1847 and 1848; Tazewell county, for 1849; Vermilion county, for 

1849 ; Warren county, for 1846 ; Wayne county, for 1848 and 1849 ; 
White county, 1848 ; Whiteside county, for 1846, 1847, 1848 and 1849; 
Will county, for 1849 ; Williamson county, for 1843, 1848 and 1849. 

A portion of the balance due on other accounts than the foregoing 
have oeen paid, but as they have not been finally adjusted it is not 
deemed necessary to refer to them in detail. 

In compliance with a resolution passed at the last session of the 
general assembly, I have prepared a bill for an act for the collection 
of taxes, which will be printed for tiie use of the legislature, as requi- 
red by said resolution. 

Seventeen banks have been organized, and have deposited stocks 
equal to $1,142,544 83 capital. Sixteen banks have filed certificates, 
which have not completed their organization by the deposit of stocks. 
Seven other banks have also filed certificates, which have since been 
abandoned by the stockholders. A detailed statement showing the 
condition of banks that have been organized is attached to this reprot. 

Some legislation seems to be necessary to prevent the further issu- 
ing of certificates of deposit, drafts, &c, in the similitude of bank 
not< 9, and for the immediate redemption of those now in circulation. 

The aggregate quantity of swamp and overflowed lands returned 
byti.e surveyors is estimated at 2,603,120 acres. There have been no 
reports received from Grundy, Iroquois, Randolph, Sangamon and 
Woodford counties. Du Page, Knox, McDonough, McHenry and 
Stephenson have reported that there are no vacant swamp or over- 
flowed lands in said counties. 

The delay in making the returns of the swamp and overflowed lands 
in a portion of the counties has prevented the surveyor general from 
making the necessary reports to the commissioner of the general 
land office, hence the selections of said lands have not been confirmed 
to the state and they are still in market, subject to entry or location at 
the several land offices.. Some further legislation relative to said lands 
may be necessary. THO. H. CAMPBELL, 

Auditor P. A. 



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STATEMENT of Receipts and Expenditures, from the 1st day of December , 
1850, to the BOth day of November, 18i:2, both days inclusive, 



RECEIPTS. 



Taxes collected and paid over by collectors 


, on real and persnn- 




al property assessed in Hie year 1819, ai 


d prior years, for re- 




venue purposes, in monev and u arrant?, 


- $17,196 88 




Amount of orders lor interest on school 


fund,, paid into the 




treasury, - 


- 4,!!97 89 


$22,194 77 






Taxes collected and paid over by collector- 


on real tnd personal 




property, assessed in the year 1850, for 


revenue purposes, in 




money and warrants, 


- $179,637 75 




Amount of order* lor interest on school 


fund, paid into the 




treasury, ... 


- 53,720 65 


224,358 40 


Taxes collected and paid over by collectors 


on real and personal 


property, assessed in the year le.5!, tor 


revenue purports, in 




money and warrants, 


£ 196.949 70 




Amount ol orders tor interest on school fun 


1. returned by collec- 




tor.- and credited on tl.eir accounts, - 


- 53J75 04 


250,924 74 






Taxes on forfeited property, collected and 


paid over by clerks of county 




courts, lor revenue purposes, 


- 


1,016 19 


Amount paid into the treasury for tax on ii 


surances, 


1,110 25 


Amount paid into the treasury for hawker- 


' and pedleri-' licei se.-, 


1,762 50 


Amoirnt paid into the treasury for account 


paid in error. 


114 83 


Amount paid into the treasury for purve\o 


*s instruments sold, - 


30 00 


Amount paid into the treasury lor seminar 


' lands sold. 


950 00 


Amount paid into the treasury for escheat* 


1 property sold, 


100 00 


Amount paid into the treasury by Ihe com 


nutioners ol Ihe school lund, 
s euding November 30, 1852, 


1,000 00 


Total amount collected during the two yea 


$503,561 68 



EXPENDITURES. 



Amount paid out of ihe tax collected a? revenue, for special purpose 
eluding the following items : " Amount charged on special appropri 
account, swonts, advertising ■lelinquent lands, interest on liqn d 
Bonds, geological turvey, spfc'ml session, insane hospital asylum, dea 
dumb asylum, money refunded, printing for special Bession, compl 
smie In. use, selecting swamp Inn. r. books lor supreme court library, 
recting records, and woll scalps," aim uining to the sum oJ 

Amount paid out of ihe school fund, ... 

Amount paid for ordinary expense?, - 

Amount paid for interest on old warrants, 

Amount paid for old State Bank paper, 

mount paid tor intere»t on the school fund for 1848 and 1849, 

" " " 1850, 

" '< 1851, 

Amount paid out, including interest on school fund, 



s, m- 
ation 

ation 
f and 
etirg 
cor- 



.v nount collected over amount paid out, 
Amount on hand Deceuiber 1, 1850, - 
r'dtd old warrants, 



- $ 28 578 1 1 
6,907 o-l 



balance in the treasury, including amount due deaf and dumb a?y 



7 [ vii ] 

A GENERAL STATEMENT of the amount of warrants drawn upon the 
Treasurer, from the 1st day of December, 1850, to the 1st day of December, 
1852, and charged to the following accounts ; 



To what account charged. 



Auditor of public account*, 

Advertising delinquent lands, 

Appropriations, special, - 

Appropriations, general, 

Appropriation to pay the interest on liquidation bonds 

Clerks' fees on lands, « 

Conveying convicts to the penitentiary, 

Contingent fund, - - M 

Distribution of the laws and journals, 

Fugitives from justice, - 

Geological survey, - 

Governor of the state of Illinois, - 

Governor's house, appropriations for, 

General assembly, ... 

Incidental expenses, ... 

Insane hospital, appropriation to loan, &«., - 

Institution for the education of the deaf and dumb, 

Institution for the education of the blind, 

Judiciary, 1st division, supreme court, 



do 


do 


2d 


do 


do 


3d 


do 


do 


do 


lstc 


ircuit, 


- 


do 


2d 


do 


- 


do 


3d 


do 


. 


do 


4th 


do 


. 


do 


5th 


do 


. 


do 


6th 


do 


. 


do 


7th 


do 


- 


do 


8th 


do 


. 


do 


9th 


do 


. 


do 


10th 


do 


. 


do 


11th 


do 


. 


do 


12th 


do 


- 


do 


13th 


do 


. 


do 


14th 


do 


. 


do 


15th 


do 


. 


do 


Cook 


county 


court, 



Judgments, clerks' and sheriffs' fe es, 

Money refunded, 

Militia of Illinois, 

Office of the executive, 

Office of the secretary of state, 

Office of the state treasurer, 

Office of the auditor of public accounts, 

Porter of the state house, 

Public printing, 

Public binding, 

Prosecuting attorney, Cook county court. 

Publishing notices, &c 3 

Redemption money by minor heirs, 

Reports of the supreme court, 

Secretary of state, 

State library, 

Secretary of the fund commissioner, 

State house appropriations, 

State's attorney'3 fee3, 

Surveying swamp and overflowed lands, 



[ viii ] 



General Statement — Continued. 



To what account charged. 



Amount. 



Suprer : court, 1st division, 
do 2d do 

do 3d do 

State's attorney, 1st circuit, 



do 


2d 


do 


do 


3d 


do 


do 


4th 


do 


do 


5th 


do 


do 


6th 


do 


do 


8th 


do 


do 


9th 


do 


do 


10th 


do 


do 


11th 


do 


do 


12th 


do 


do 


13th 


do 


do 


14th 


do 


do 


15th 


do 



Treasurer of the state of Illinois, 
Transcribing and correcting record books, 
Wolf scalps, - - 

State debt fund, 
Money refunded state debt fund, 
Interest fund, - - 

Money refunded interest fund, 
Insane hospital fund, - - 

Money refunded insane hospital fund, 
Fund for the education of the blind, 
Money refunded blind asylum fund, 

Total amount of warrants issued, 



$ 1 ,526 02 


2,791 50 


1,954 03 


554 15 


562 50 


518 66 


562 50 


562 50 


501 50 


847 50 


675 00 


470 00 


402 77 


573 95 


345 83 


300 70 


256 25 


2,669 64 


6,864 18 


2 00 


395,274 29 


193 67 


335,428 27 


372 89 


63.351 98 


9 02 


32,742 11 


4 97 


$1,092,208 06 



9 



[fej 



A STATEMENT of warrants drawn wpon the Treasury, on account of the 
Contingent Fund, from the 1st day of December, 1850, to the 1st day of De- 
cember, 1852. 



Date. 



1850, December 14 

« 24 

1851, January 2 



a 20 

February 3 
« 7 



March 



" 10 

April 3 

May 1 

June 4 



tt 


7 


« 


30 


July 


31 


,, March 


31 


April 


21 


a 


24 


June 


3 


<( 


19 



To whom issued, and on what account. 



To E. B. Pease & Bro., for hardware for boxing 
stone for Washington Monument, - 

To J. E. Jackson, Tor freight fcc, on 72 boxes of 
ordnance, per M. & S. R. R., for state, 

To D. D. Shumway. for his services, &c, in apprais- 
ing stat<*lands, in November, 1850, - - 
To John T. Stuart, for professional services in suit 
of state vs/Compher, et al., - - 

To A. Lincoln, lor professional services in suit of 
state vs. Compiler, et al., - ~ 

To N. W. Edwards, & Co., for crape for the use of 
the state, July, 1850, - 

To A. Y. Ellis", P. M., for postage on letters, &c, 
to and from officers and members of the general 
assembly, — — - — 

To A. Y. Ellis, P. M., for postage on letters, &c, to 
and from officers and members of the general as- 
sembly, — — - — 

To Wm. M. Dodge, for apprehending Thomas 
Jordan, a fugi'ive from justice, - - 

To A Y. Ellis, P. M., for postage on letters, &c , 
to and from officers and members of the general 
as«embly, - - - - 

To Peter Sweat, for taking care of state arms from 
September, 1848, to September, 1850, 

To John Craddock, for rent of building, taking care 
of state arms, &c, to March 1, 1850, 

To David L. Gregg, for his professional services in 
suit of state vs. Compher, et al., three cases, - 

To Lanphur& Walker, lor Daily Register furnished 
to officers and members of general assembly, ses- 
sion 1851, - 

To Wm. Anderson for hauling state arms from R. 
R. to armory, in November and December, 1850, 

To John Moore, for services of J. A. Campbell in 
turning wheels, axles, &c, - - 

To S. & A. Francis, for Daily Journal furnished 
officers and members of the general assembly, 
essions 1851, - - - 

To William Madden, for his services, &c, on swamp 
land business to the surveyor general's office, - 

To J. Bunn,for powder furnished on the occasion of 
the death of President Taylor, 

To John Moore, for amount paid for telegraphic 
dispatches from the state agent in New York, - 

To A. Y. Ellis, P. M., for postage on letters, &c, 
for the office of the executive, - - 

To Thomas H. Campbell, for amount paid attorneys 
for attending to injunction case against collector 
of Qumcy to prevent him from collecting the tax 
on assessment 1851, - — - 

To John Craddock, for rent of room for, and repairs 
of, state arms, - - 

To Opdycke & Fondey, for transportation from 
New York on two boxes swords, - - 

To Wm. Brewer, for services of John Carlin in 
going to Ottawa to secure the person, as supposed, 
of A, J. Nash, - - - 



[*3 



10 



Statement — Continued. 



1852, June 



•' 


26 


I. 


30 


July 


9 


a 


10 


Septemb" 


r 2 


October 


4 


(i 


5 



To whom issued, and on what account. 



Amount. 



To P. Clevpland & Co., for Daily Quincy Herald 
furnished general assembly, special session, 1852, 

To A. Y. Ellis, P. M„ for postage on letter?, be, 
for special session of the general assembly, 1852, 

To Elam Rust, for Daily St. Louis Times furnished 
special session general as«emby, 1852, - 

To Elam Rust, for Daily St. Louis Intelligencer 
furnished special session general assembly, 1852, 

To S. Francis & Co., for Daily Illinois Journal fur- 
nished special session general assembly, 1852, - 

To A. Y. Ellis, P. M., for postage on letters, &c, 
for the office of the executive, - - 

To E. Moorp, for amount paid for telegraphic dis- 
patches, &c, - 

To Thomas H. Campbell, for amount paid attorney's 
fees in suit of state vs. H. N. Stoddard, and ex- 
penses ingoing to Joliet to attend suit, - 

To Lanphier & Walker, for Daily State Register 
furnished special session, 1852, - - 

To A. Y. Ellis, P. M., lor postage on letters, &c, 
for the office of the executive to Oct. 1, 1852, 

To John Craddock for rent of rooms for state arms, 
from 1st March to the 1st September, 1852, 

Total, - 



$28 75 



17 00 


4 00 


57 75 


34 90 


2 56 


281 00 


109 25 


38 10 


50 00 



$5,727 



11 



[ xi] 



DETAILED STATEMENT of the warrants drawn upon the Treasury du- 
ring t he fiscal term commencing on December 1, 1850, and ending on Novem- 
ber 30, 1852, showing on what appropriation, and io what account charged. 





APPROPRIATIONS, SPECIAL. 








Amount 


laid for services of members of dyke committee. App 
for do do committee to visit pub- 


1851, 


- 


$250 00 




lic buildings at Jacksonville. 


do 


- 


15 10 


« 


for services of members of committee to visit pub- 










lic buildings at Jacksonville. 


1852, 


- 


40 00 


u 


for expenses ol Mormon war. 


1849, 


- 


52 44 


" 


lor do do 


18.il, 


— 


605 81 


U 


for s-ervlces clerk district court in Massac county, 1849. 
for do state's attarney, third division, su- 
preme court, 1849. / 


do 


- 


114 80 




do 


- 


100 00 


(i 


for services of state's attorney in Lake county cir- 










cuit court. 


do 


- 


75 00 


" 


for services of prosecuting attorney of Jo Daviess 










county court. 


do 


— 


200 00 


a 


for services of state's attorney of seventh circuit for 










1849 and 1850. 


do 


- 


200 00 


" 


for services ot prosecuting; Mtorney, third circuit. 


do 


- 


100 00 


«' 


for legal services in second grand division supreme 










court, 1819. 


do 


- 


100 00 


« 


sheriff of Madison county for informing injunction 










in case of stale vs. St. Louis. 


do 


- 


50 00 


K 


lor expenses incurred and anicles furnished for use 










of general assembly. 


do 


- 


1,250 96 


<c 


for posing journal of executive acts, kept in the of- 










fice of the secretary of state. 


do 


- 


47 78 


(( 


for crape for members of constitutional convention 










for funeral of Gen. Hardin. 


do 


- 


11 28 


'■ 


for articles furnished on Northern Cross railroad. 


do 


_ 


17 13 


i< 


for drawing plans, &c, for state armory. 


do 


- 


25 00 


i. 


for work on s^ale hou»e 


do 


— 


100 00 


(1 


for appropriation to Henry H Snow. 

for do Green Massey, sheriff Alexan- 


do 


- 


30 00 




der coun'y. 


do 


- 


60 00 


(« 


for publishing laws of the seventeenth general as 










sembly, in newspapers. 


do 


- 


300 00 


' ; 


for publishing laws of the special session, general 










a-sembly, 1852, in newspapers. 


1852, 


- 


100 00 


*« 


for making index to lawi>, &c, seventeenth general 










assembly. 


1851, 


- 


200 00 


Ci 


for making index to laws, &c, special session, gen- 










eral asipmbly, 1852. 


1852, 


- 


200 00 


<; 


for services of commissioner in selling property in 










White county. 


1849, 


- 


25 00 


c< 


for appropriation to Samuel Bacon for services in 










blind asylum. 


1852, 


- 


600 00 


a 


!<•- making lists, &c.,ot swamp lands, and diagrams 
of state, for special session, general assembly, 










1852 


do 


- 


45 50 


" 


for appropriation to R. M. Young, out of school 










fund, 

APPROPRIATIONS, GENERAL, 
paid for wood furnished lor u<e of state. App 


1851, 




1,000 00 




5.885 80 


Amount 


1849, 




35 87 


a 


for repairs, &c, of governor's house. 

for repairs, furniture, &c, for hall of representa- 


1847, 


- 


305 64 




tives and senate chamber. 


R. S. 


— 


443 20 


C( 


for repairs, furniture, &.C., for hall of representa- 










tives and senate chamber. App 


1852, 


- 


469 73 



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\-2 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 



Amount paid for articles famished for, and repairs ol, state house. 


R. S. - 


$45 Of 


" for drayage for stale. 


do - 


1 90 


" for work in and about state hou^e, sawing wood, 






&c. App. 


1849, - 


71 18 


" for work in and about state house, cleaning sink, 






&c. 


R. S - 


78 00 


" for labor at state house during special session, 1852. 


1852, - 


16 00 


" for American Journal of Science and Arts. 


R S. - 


5 00 


" for stationery, printing paper, for the use of the 






general assembly. App. 


1849, - 


3,040 99 


" for stationery, &c, f »r the use of the general as- 






sembly, special sesion, 18j2. 


1852, - 


394 17 


" for salary, &c, of interest and transfer agency in 






New York. 


1849, - 


1,485 91 


" for auditing account of interes' and transfer agent. 


do - 


50 00 


" for swords awarded to certain officers, by the gen- 






eral assembly. 


do - 


3,000 00 


" for publishing pay roll of special session, 1849. 


do - 


7 00 


" for inspectors of the penitentiary. 


do - 


600 00 


" for do do 


1851, - 


282 50 


li for postage on laws, special session, general assem- 






bly, 1852. 


1852, - 


45 50 


ADVERTISING DELINQUENT LANDS. 


10,420 63 






Amount paid for advertising delinquent lands. App. 


1847, - 


32 16 


" for do do 


1849, - 

moN 


73 02 




105 18 


APPROPRIATION TO PAY THE INTEREST OJN LIQUIDi 




BONDS, 






Amount paid to pay the interest on liquidation bonds. App. 


1R49. - 


9.427 25 


CLERK'S FEES ON LANDS. 




Amount paid clerks for transcripts of tax sales furnished the au- 






ditor's office. 


R.S. - 


332 45 


CONVEYING CONVICTS TO THE PENITENTIARY 




Amount paid for conveying convicts to the penitentiary. 


R. S. - 


912 65 


" for do do do App 


1851, - 


14,077 40 




14 990 QJ5 


CONTINGENT FUND. 






Amount paid on the order of the governorjor contingent expen- 




ses, unprovided for by law. App 


1849, - 


1.854 25 


u . on the order of the governor for contingent expen- 




3,854 23 


ses, unprovided tor by law. 


1851, - 




5.727 98 


DISTRIBUTION OF THE LAWS AND JOURNALS. 




Amount paid for distributing the laws, journals, &-c, session 






1851. App. 


1849, - 


990 62 







13 



[ xiii J 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 



FUGITIVES FROM JUSTICE. 



Amount paid sheriffs and others for exppnses in apprehension and 

delivery of fugitives from justice. R. S. 



$1,749 98 



GEOLOGICAL SURVEY. 



Amount paid for the salary and expenses of the state geologist, in 

making geological survey of the stale. App. 1851. 



4,254 25 



GOVERNOR'S HOUSE, APPROPRIATION FOR. 



Amount paid for articles for, and repairs of, Governor's house. App. 1851, 



171 81 



GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 



Amoi'nt paid members and officer of the general assembly, ses- 
sion 1852. App. 1849, 
" officers of the general assembly, session 1851. 1851, 
" private secretary to the Governor. 1849, 
" clergymen for services as chaplains, session 1851. 1851, 
" for copying; laws, journals, &c, session 1851. 1849, 
'• for do for publication, session 1851. 1852, 
" members and officers of the general assembly, spe- 
cial session 1852. 1851, 
*' officers of the general assembly, special session 1852, 1852, 
'• private secretary to the governor, special session 

185 2, do 
u cleigrmen for services.as chaplains, special session 

1852. do 

>' copying laws, journals, &c, special session 1852. 1849, 



INCIDENTAL EXPENSES. 

Amount paid for repairs, furniture, fuel for the use of the legisla- 
ture and state officers, stationery, printing pa- 
per, and other expenses incurred by the secre- 
tary of state in the discharge of his duty. App. 1851, - 

INSANE HOSPITAL. 

Amount paid to the hospital for the insane, as provided for by 
spc. 9, of "an act to amend 'an act to establish 
the Illinois institution for the education of the 
blind,' app-oved Feb. 15, 1851," 
« to the hospital for the insane, as provided for by sec. 

19 of'an act to amNid the act establishing the 
Illinois hospital for the insane," approved Feb. 
15,1851, 



I MSTITUHON FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE DEAF AND DUMB. 

Amount paid for the interest on the school, college and seminary 

fund tor the years 1850 and 1851. Laws 1838-9, - 

« of the appropriation of 1847, paid for the year 1851, 

" do to complete centre building. App. 1851, - 

" do for ordinary expenses. do - 



] 1,197,70 
i,523 00 
126 00 
126 00 
392 40 
46 66 

8,927 80 

203 00 

84 00 

50 00 
189 00 

25,865 56 



5,993 34 



2,000 00 



4,000 00 
6,000 00 



4,709 11 

3,000 00 

10,000 00 

iu.000 00 



[ xiv ] 



14 

Detailed Statement — Continued. 



Amount paid of the appropriation to purchase land. 
a do of tlie 1-6 mill fund. 



INSTITUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF THE BLIND. 

Amount paid on appropriation to aid in completing the building. App. 1851, 

JUDGMENTS, CLERKS' AND SHERIFFS' FEES. 

Amount paid clerks and sheriffs in judgments against stale for 
cotts, 



MONEY REFUNDED. 

Amount refunded on lands sold in error. 

" do accounts oveipaid by collector 



OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE. 



App. 



1851, 



Amount paid lor postage, candles, blank books, furniture, &c.,ior 

the office of the executive. App. 1849, 

" for postage, candks, blank books, furniture, &c, 

the office of the executive. App. 1851, 

OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE. 

Amount paid for stationery, &c, for the use of the secretary's 

office. App. 1849, 

« for iurniture and repairs of office, 1851, 

" for postase on public letters and documents, do 

" for printing blanks, circulars, &c, l '° 

'•' for stationery, candles, &c, Ao 

OFFICE OF THE STATE TREASURER. 

Amount paid for stationery, furniture, postage, candles, &c, for 

the treasurer's office. App. 184J, 

«• for stationery, furniture, postage, candles, &c, for 

the treasurer's office. App. 1851, 

OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 

Amount paid for stationery, record books, and repairs of auditor's 

office. App. 1849 



$1,000 00 
10,706 fey 



39,41 R 00 



77 45 



733 72 

84 08 



817 



1851, - 

do - 

do - 

do - 

do - 



« for repairs and furniture for auditor's office. 

" for abstracts of lands, incidental expenses in cor- 

recting land lists, &c, 
« for printing blanks, circulars, patents, fee., 

" for postage on public letter?, documents, &c, 

" for "stationery, books, candles, &c, 

PUBLIC PRINTING. 

Amount paid for printing laws, journals, reports, and current 

work, session 1849. App. 1849, 



11 85 


668 76 


680 61 


171 (!) 


73 82 


410 32 


165 01 


243 44 


1,064 28 




39 08 


228 06 


267 3 1 


39 60 


■141 18 


1,274 00 
'360 79 


638 18 


423 58 


3.177 33 





4,845 94 



15 



[xv] 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 



Amount paid for printing, laws, journals, reports, and current 
work, special session, 1852. App 


1849, - 
1849, - 

1849, - 

R. S., - 
1851, - 

1848, - 
1851, - 

1849, - 
1851, - 

1862, - 

1849, 
1851, 


$1,855 00 


PUBLIC BINDING. 

Amount paid for binding laws* journals, reports, &c, session 

1851. App 


6,7UO 94 


7,625 60 


PUBLISHING NOTICES, &C. 

Amount paid for publishing proposals for copying, printing, 
binding, and distributing^ laws, for wood, sta- 
tionery, &c. App 


435 37 


REDEMPTION MONEY. 
Amount paid for redemption money received from minor heirs, 


119 68 


REPORTS OF THE SUPREME COURT. 
Amount paid for 817 volumes of Peck's Reports. 


4,085 00 


STATE LIBRARY. 

Amount paid for repairs, furniture, binding books, subscription 

for periodicals, &c, for state library. App. 


169 85 


STATE HOUSE APPROPRIATIONS. 

Amount paid for work done on and about the state house, adver- 
tising proposals for work, &c, App. 
" for work done on the state house, making area, front 
doors, stairs, plastering, and carpenter's work, 
in rotunda, basement, &c, App. 


4,732 82 
8,690 97 


STATE'S ATTORNEY'S FEES. 

Amount paid state's attorneys for prosecuting suits against delin- 
quent collectors. App. 
" state's attorneys for commissions on amount collect- 
ed from delinquent collectors on judgments. 


13,423 79 


100 00 
267 75 




367 75 


SURVEYING SWAMP AND OVERFLOWED LANDS 

Amount paid surveyors, assistant surveyors, chainmen, &c, flag- 
men, teams, &c, for selecting swamp and over- 
flowed lands. App. 


17,706 50 


SALARIES. 

Amount paid for salary of the governor. App. 
tt a k « 


325 90 
2,549 10 


Charged to account of governor of the state of Illinois, 


2,875 00 



16 

Detailed Statement — Continued. 



1849, - 

1851, - 

do - 



App. 1849, 
" 1851, 



Amount paid for salary of the secretary of state. 
a r tt « « 

" the secretary of state for clerk hire, 

Charged to account of secretary of state, 

« for salary of the state treasurer. 

n k « " 

« the state treasurer for clerk hire. *' " 

Charged to account of treasurer of the state of Illinois, 

« for salary of the auditor of public accounts. App. 1849, - 

« the auditor for clerk hire, " " 

« |or salary of the auditor of public accounts. " 1851,- 

« the auditor for clerk hire. " " 

Charged to account auditor public accounts, 

" for salary of the justice of the supreme court, 1st 

division. App. 1849, - 

« for salary of the justice of the supreme court, 1st 

division. App. 1851 > - 

Charged to account iudiciary,lst division supreme court, 

« for salary of the justice of the supreme court, 2d di- 

vision. App. 1849, - 

" for salary of the justice of the supreme court, 2d di- 

vision. App. 1851, - 

Charged to account judiciary, 2d division supreme court, 

" for salary of the justice of the supreme court, 3d 

division. App. 1849, - 

« for salary of the justice of the supreme couit, 3d 

division. App. 1851, - 

Charged to account judiciary, 3d division supreme court, 



$395 IS 

1,01 09 

998 39 



2.H94 61 



173 91 
1,426 09 
1,069 64 



2,669 64 



217 26 

238 99 

1,772 74 

3,315 47 



5,544 



460 72 
1,939 28 



2,100 00 



26t) 72 
2,139 28 



2,400 00 



360 72 



salary of the judge of the 1st circuit. 

Charged to account judiciary, 1st circuit, 
salary judge of the 2d circuit, 

Charged to account judiciary, 2d circuit, 

salary of the judge of the 3d circuit. 
« " " 

Charged to account judiciary, 3d circuit, 

for salary of the judge of the 4th circuit. 

U " " 

Charged to account of the judiciary of the 4th circuit, 



App. 1849, - 
« 1851, - 



App. 1849, 
« 1851, 



App. 1849, - 
" 1851, - 



App. 1849, 
1851, 



for salary of the judge of the 5th circuit, 
cc « ; " 

Charged to account of the judiciary of the 5th circuit, 



App. 1849, - 
1851, - 



2,039 28 


2,400 00 


467 26 
1,532 74 


2,000 00 


217 a6 

2,U32 74 


2,250 00 


417 91 
1,690 25 


2,108 16 


367 26 
1,532 74 


1,900 00 


217 26 
1,532 74 


1,760 00 





17 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 



[ xvii ] 



Amount 

it 


jaid for salary of the judge of the 6th circuit. App 

ft ft ft 

Charged to account of the judiciary of the 6th oircuit, 

tor salary of the judge of the 7th circuit. App 
« it a 

Charged to account of the judiciary of the 7th circuit, 
for salary ot the judge of the 8th circuit. App 

Charged to account of th# judiciary, 8th circuit, 

for salary of the judge of the 9th circuit. App 
ft c< t< 

Charged to account of the judiciary, 9th circuit, 

for salary of the judge of the 10th circuit. App 

<( ft ft 


1849, - 
1851, - 

1849, - 
1851, - 

1849, - 
1851, - 

1849, - 
1851, - 

1849, - 
1851, - 

1849, - 
1851, - 

1851, - 

1851, - 

1851, - 

1851, - 

1849, - 
1851, - 

1849, - 
1851, - 

1849, - 
1851, - 


467 26 
1295 74 




1763 00 




217 26 

1782 74 




2000 00 


« 


717 26 
1532 74 




2250 00 


It 


267 26 
1732 74 




2000 00 


« 


267 26 
1716 09 




Charged to account of the judiciary, 10th circuit, 
for salary of the judge of the 11th circuit. App 

Charged to account of the judiciary, 11th circuit, 
for salary of the judge of the 12th circuit. App. 
Charged to account of the judiciary, 12th circuit, 
for salary of the judge of the 13th circuit. App, 
Charged to accountjof the judiciary, 13th circuit, 
for salary of the judge of the 14th circuit. App. 
Charged to account of judiciary, 14th circuit, 
for salary of the judge of the 15th circuit. App. 
Charged to account of the judiciary, 15th circuit, 
for salary of judge of the Cook county court. App. 

ft it u 

Charged to account of the judiciary, Cook county 
court, - - - - 

for salary of the state's attorney, 1st circuit. App. 
m « « 

Charged to account of the state's attorney, 1st circuit, 

for salary of the state's attorney, 2d circuit. App. 
« " " App. 

Charged to account of the state's attorney, 2d circuit, 


1983 35 


M 
(C 


217 26 

1782 74 




iiOOO 00 


(c 


1270 5fl 




12<0 56 


it 


1452 75 




1452 75 


K 


952 75 




952 75 


« 


1527 77 




1527 77 


ft 


130 36 

846 30 




976 66 


K 


179 32 
374 83 




554 15 


ft 


116 82 
445 68 




562 50 




" 



[2] 



(" xviii J 



18 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 



Amount paid for salary of the state's attorney, 3d circuit. 



App. 1849, - 
1851, - 



Charged to account of the state's attorney, 3d circuit, 
for salary of the state's attorney, 4th circuit. 



App. 1849, - 
1851, - 



Charged to account of the state's attorney, 4th circuit, 
for salary of the state's attorney, 5th circuit. 



App. 1849, - 
1851, - 



Charged to account of the state's attorney, 5th circuit, 



for salary of the state's attorney, 6th circuit. 



App. 1849, - 
1851, - 



Charged to account of the state's attorney, 6ih circuit, 



for salary of the state's attorney, 8th circuit. 



App. 1849, 
1851, 



Charged to account of the state's attorney, Stb circuit, 



for salary of the state's attorney, 9th circuit. 



App. 1849, - 
1851, - 



Charged to account of the state's attorney, 9th circuit, 



for salary of the state's attorney, 10th circuit. 



App. 1849, 
1851, 



Charged to account of the state's attorney, lOih circuit, 



for salary of the state's attorney, 1 1 tb circuit. 



App. 1849, 
1851, 



Charged to account of the state's attorney, 11th circuit, 

for salary of the state's attorney, 12th circuit. App. 1851, 

Charged to account of the slate's attorney, 12tb circuit, 

for salary of the state's attorney, 13th circuit. App. 1851, - 

Charged to account of the state's attorney, 13th circuit, 

for salary of the state's attorney, 14th circuit. App. 1851, - 

Charged to account of the state's attorney, 14th circuit, 

for salary of the state's attorney, 15th circuit. App. 1851, - 

Charged to account of the state's attorney, 15th circuit, 

for salary of the prosecuting attorney of the Cook coun- 
ty court. - - App. 1849, - 
" '< « « 1851, - 

Chaiged to account of the proiecuting »ttorney of th« 
Cook county court, - 



518 66 


179 32 
383 18 


662 50 


179 32 
383 18 


562 50 


139 32 
362 18 


501 50 


251 04 
596 46 


847 50 


138 54 
536 46 


675 00 


61 82 
408 18 


470 00 


144 59 

258 18 


402 77 


573 95 


573 95 


345 83 


345 85 


30U 70 


300 70 


256 25 
258 25 


179 32 
383 18 


562 50 





19 



[ xix ] 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 



Amount paid for shlary of the secretary of tbe fund commission- 
er. - - - App. 1849, 
« " « 1851, 



Charged to account of the secretary of the fund com- 
missioner, - — - 



for salary of the porter of the state house, 



App. 1849, 
1851. 



Charged to account of the porter of Ihe state house, 
" for salary of the adjutant general. R. S., 

Charged to account of the militia of Illinois, 

SUPREME COURT— FIRST DIVISION. 

Amount paid to sheriffs for attendance on supreme court, 1st divi- 
sion. Law 1838-9, 

" for stationery, fuel, repairs, &c, for supreme court, 

1st division. App. 1849, 

" for appropriation to purchase books for 1851 and 

1852. App. 1851, 

SUPREME COURT— SECOND DIVISION. 

Amount paid to sheriffs for attendance on supreme court, 2d divi- 
sion. Laws 1838-9, 

" for stationery, fuel, repairs, &c-, for supreme court, 

2d division. App. 1849, 

« for appropriation to purchase books, for 1851 and 

1852. App. 1851, 

SUPREME COURT— THIRD DIVISION. 

Amount paid to sheriffs for attendance on supreme court, 3d divi- 
sion. Laws 1838-9, 

" for stationery, fuel, repairs, &c, for supreme court, 

3d division. ' App. 1843, 

« for appropriation to purchase books for 1851 and 

1852. 1851, 



TRANSCRIBING AND CORRECTING RECORD BOOKS. 

Amount paid for making record of taxable lands for counties. App. 1847, 
•< for entering in books of the auditor's office tax sales 

from 1839 to 1845, inclusive. 1847. 

<r for entering in auditor's books the abstracts from 

land offices. 1849, 

K for comparing and correcting land records. 1849, 



WOLF SCALP& 
Amount paid for bounty on wolf scalps. 



App. 1836-|, 



591 67 


170 00 
816 25 


986 25 


200 00 


200 00 





20 



Detailed Statement — Continued. 



SPECIAL TAXES. 

Amount of warrants issued for pro rata payments on state indebtedness out 
of state debt fund, - 
" of warrants issued for over payments on collectors' accounts, 



of warrants issued for payment of interest on state indebtedness 

out of the interest fund, - 

of warrants issued for over payments on collectors' accounts, 



of warrants issued to the Illinois state hospital for the insane, out 

of the insane hospital fund, - 

of warrants issued for over payments on collectors' accounts, - 



of warrants issued to the Illinois institution for the education of 

the blind, out of the fund for the blind, 
of warrants issued for over payments on collectors' accounts, 



395,274 29 
193 67 



395,467 9G 


335,428 27 
372 89 


335,801 16 


63,351 98 
9 02 


•63,361 00 


32,742 11 
4 97 


. 52,747 08 


1,092,208 06 



21 



[ xxi ] 



STATEMENT showing the condition of the School, College and 
Seminary Fund, on the first day of December, 1852, including the 
amount received since the first day of December, 1850. 



Amount of surplus revenue, credited to the school fund, 
Amount of three per cent, fund, credited to tbe 9chool fund, 
Amount of three per cent, fund, credited to the college fund, 
Amount of seminary fund, - - - 

Total amount of school, college and seminary fund, 



$ 335,592 32 

463,490 93 

92.682 10 

59,738 72 



§951,504 07 



•ft. STATEMENT of the anpunt of state indebtedness pur chased by 
the Governor and deposited ih the Treasurer's office, as provided for 
by an act concerning the public debt, approved February 12, 1849, 
showing the amount paid for said state indebtedness, as reported to 
this office by the Governor ; also, the amount of the three per cent. 

fund received from the general government, and placed in the hands 
of the executive, for the purpose of purchasing state indebtedness, 

from the first of December, 1850, to the first of December, 1852. 



1850, 
1851, 



December 1 



1852, June 



1850, 



November 8 
" 8 
« 21 

« 21 

" 23 

December 2 



DR. 

To amount three per cent, fund on hand, 
To $4,301 86, three per cent. fund, less 

$ 1,000, paid into the treasury for the 

purpose of paying appropriation tc R. 

M. EounK, - 
To amount of three per cent, fund, 
To interest dividend drawn on bonds 

purchased, belore cancelling, - 

CR, 

By new internal improvement bond No. 
2204, for $ 1.253 10, at 62| per cent., 

By interest bond No. 969, for 8990 70, fit 
36 per cent., .... 

By interest bonds No. 2406 and 2407, 
amounting to the sum of $ 1,048 43, at 
36 per cent., .... 

By new internal improvement bonds No. 
5516 and 5517, amounting to the sum 
of $2,441 71, at 62 per cent., 

By interest bond No. 226J, for $ 598 2<i, 
at 36] per cent., . . . 

By new internal improvement bonds No. 
768,769,770,930,931 and 998, amount- 
ing to the sum of $ 6,000, at 60^ per 
cent., - - - - - 

By interest bonds No. 148, 375,376, 377 
and 521, amounting to the sum of 
$3,612 92, at 36]. percent.. - 

By interest bond No. 962, fur $510 35, at 
36] per cent., ... 

By new internal improvement bond No. 
2192, for $ 1,250, at 60 per cent., 

By new internal improvement bond No. 
1048, for $ 1,000, at 60 per cent., 

By interest bonds No. 1528 and 1529, 
amounting to the sum of $1,383 52, at 
36J percent., - 



$11,502 63 


3,301 86 
7,453 25 


912 39 


783 19 


356 65 


377 43 


1513 86 


216 87 


3615 00 


1309 C8 


185 00 


750 00 


600 00 


508 44 



23,170 13 



[ xxii J 



22 



Statement — Continued. 



1850, 



1851, 



1852 



Novem'r 11 

Decem'r 11 

" 11 

June 7 

'< 7 

August 1 

October 1 

June 25 

« 25 

Septem'r 1! 



By interest bond No. 2417, for $ 589 05 

at 36 per cent., 
By new internal improvement bond No 

5537, for $ 1,400, at 60 per cent., 
By new internal improvement bond No 

2001 for $1,572 95, at 62£ per cent 
By interest bond No, 2379, for $871 63 

at 37 per cent., 
By new internal improvement bonds No 

"5020, 5021, 5022, 5023, 5476, 1531 

1092, 623, 2203, 1532, 2006 and 4340 

amounting to the sum of $ 3,956 87, a 

65 per c^nt., 
Bv internal improvement scrip No. 4169 

5442,475 and 4347, amounting to the 

Him of $ 400, at 81 per cent., 
By internal improvement scrip No. 1255 

2874 and 5)94, amounting to the sum 

of $300, at 79^ per cent., 
By new internal improvement bonds No 

5644 and 5645, amounting to the *urr. 

of $1,321, at 80i percent., - 
By interest bond No 2481, for $ 966 66 

at 48 per cent., 
By new internal improvempnt bonds No 

3609,3610, 3611,3612, 3613, 3614 anc 

3615, amounting to the sum of $ 7,000 

at 83^ per cent., 



Balance of three per cent, fund, 



$ 212 06 


840 00 


983 09 


322 50 


2571 96 


324 00 


239 25 


1062 60 


463 99 


5845 00 





$23,080 57 
$ 89 56 



REDEMPTION MONEY. 



The amount ot redemption money received from minor heir* in the treasury 
on the 1st day of December, 1850, was - 

The amount of redemption money paid out during fiscal term ending Novem- 
ber 30, 1852, is ------- . 


$ 1,121 83 

119 68 


Balance in the treasury, December 1, 1852, - 


$1,002 15 



THE FUND FOR 1HE EDUCATION OF THE DEAF AND DUMB. 



The amount of this fund received into the treasury on the assessment of 1851, 
to the 1st of December, 1852, ia ------ 

The amount of this fund paid out, to the 1st December, 1852, is 

Balance in the treasury, December 1, 1852, - 



$16,412 12 
10,706 89 



$ 5,705 23 



23 



[ xxiii ] 



A STATEMENT of the. amount of warrants outstanding on the 1st 
day of December, 1850, and amount outstanding December 1, 1852. 



The amount of warrants outstanding December 1, 1850, was 
The amount of warrants issued from 1st December, 1850, to 1st December, 
1852, is ...... 

Total, ...... 



$11,191 08 

j 1,092,208 06 
- 1,103,399 14 



The amount of warrants rpceived into the treasury, cancelled and deposited 
in the auditor's office, from 1st December, 1850, to the 1st December, 1852, 
is - 

Total amount outstanding December 1. 1852, 



1,099,115 10 



$4,281 04 



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The following statement shows the number of animals, wagons, Sfc, in the several 
counties that have made such returns to auditor's office. 







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7,976 


261 


21,746 


18,727 


37,650 


3,129 


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4,751 


17 


12,104 


6,203 


8,156 


1,650 


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1,535 


8 


5,188 


3,176 


4,548 


685 


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4 


8,765 


5,349 


5,189 


1,124 


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73 


18,706 


25,021 


30,480 


3,140 


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4,341 


1,688 


1,374 


467 


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14,855 


17,042 


7,023 


2,110 


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2,273 


1,670 


1,177 


321 


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6,191 


3,616 


3,553 


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3,882 


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16,891 


15,735 


8,159 


2,067 


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4,835 


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19,689 


16,170 


8,413 


2,014 


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12,474 


13,155 


7,867 


1,902 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



TREASURER OF ILLINOIS 

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Treasurer's Office, Illinois, 

Springfield, Dec. 15, 1852, 
To the Honorable 

the Speake r of the House of Representatives : 

Sir : In compliance with the provisions of law, I have the honor 
to furnish the following report of the receipts and expenditures of the 
public money. 

From the annexed statements will appear the total amounts of re- 
ceipts and disbursements on each account with which the treasurer is 
chargeable, from the first day of December, 1850, to the 30th day of 
November, 1852, both days inclusive ; likewise the amounts in the 
treasury at the close of the last biennial report. 

The total receipts in the treasury for revenue purposes, including 
the balance on hand on the 1st Dec, 1850, are $460,752 96, and the 
total payments amount to $320,085 80, leaving a balance on hand on 
the 30th day of November, 1852, of $140,667 16. 

The receipts on account of the constitutional tax for the payment 
of the state debt are $492,166 53, which, together with the balance 
an hand on the first December, 1850, makes the sum of $657,955 34, 
of which the amount of $395,467 96 has been applied according to 
law, and the residue, $262,487 38, will be subject to distribution on 
the first day of January next, upon the principal of such state indebt- 
edness as may be presented at that time, and entitled to a distributive 
share thereof. 

The total receipts of interest fund, including the balance of $34,- 
121 64 on hand on the first of December, 1850, are $400,515 39. The 
total payments are $335,801 16, showing a balance in the treasury of 
$64,714 23. 

The amount of insane hospital tax received is $63,478 19 j the 
amount of payments is $63,361, leaving a balance of $117 19. 



[ xliv 1 2 

The balance on hand for the institute for the blind on the 1st. Dec., 
1850, was $1,374 33; the total receipts since that time are -^35,- 
588 28, of which the sum of $32,747 08 has been expended; the bal- 
ance in the treasury on this account is $4,215 53. 

The sum of $16,412 12 has been received for the education of the 
deaf and dumb ; $10,706 89 have been expended for this purpose, 
and there remains a balance in the treasury of $5,705 23. 

Notwithstanding the extraordinary and unusual payments which 
have been made out of the treasury for defraying the expenses of the 
extra session of 1852, and the expenses of surveying the swamplands, 
together with the loans authorized to be made to the public institutions 
at Jacksonville, the large surplus of $140,667 16 has accumulated, 
and it will be safe to estimate that after all the demands likely to be 
made from the 1st December, 1852, to the 1st March, 1853, the first 
quarter of the fiscal year, including the expenses arising from the ses- 
sion of the legislature, there will still be an unexpended balance at the 
latter date of $100,000. 

By the accumulation of this large surplus, now lying useless in the 
treasury, we are admonished that there no longer exists a necessity for 
the assessment of a two mill tax for revenue purposes, nor can any 
doubt be entertained that a sufficient amount for the liberal support 
of our state government can be realized by an assessment of one mill 
upon each dollar's worth of taxable property, together with the reve- 
nue arising from the present miscellaneous items. 

It is submitted, with great deference to the legislature, whether the 
present surplus on hand, together with that which may be safely calcu- 
lated upon to accrue during the coming fiscal year, could be in any way 
more judiciously applied than in the purchase of the state indebtedness 
at its market value, the payments for which might be made directly from 
the treasury, without the expense of intermediate agencies, but subject 
to proper guards and restrictions. 

For the more certain preservation of the public funds, as well as the 
securities which are constantly being received from banks under the 
general banking law, it is desirable that a safe or vault be furnished, 
which shall be proof against fire and burglars, and for procuring this a 
sufficient appropriation is recommended. 

JOHN MOORE, Treasurer. 



3 [ xlv J 

STATEMENT of Monthly Receipts for Revenue purposes. 



Date. 


Sheriffs and 


Premiums 


Pedlers' 


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Collectors. 


on insu- 
rance. 


Licenses. 


s a o 

all 


Total Revenue. 


1850. December, 


$50 14 


$405 81 


$462 50 


$100 00 


$1018 45 


1851. January, 


7066 25 


189 74 


- 


_ 


7255 99 


February, 


5103 19 


_ 


- 


184 30 


5287 49 


March, 


18,422 16 


_ 


100 00 


_ 


18,522 16 


April, 


15,258 09 


_ 


100 00 


12 00 


15,370 09 


May, 


36.742 55 


- 


150 00 


- 


36,892 55 


June, 


56,651 37 


327 70 


50 00 


124 00 


57,153 07 


July, 


59,555 fa 
8751 m 


2 60 


200 00 


104 15 


59,861 75 


Auaust, 


_ 


50 00 


58 67 


8860 34 


September, 


363J 28 


_ 


50 00 


_ 


3689 28 


October, 


13,691 70 


_ 


- 


350 00 


14,041 70 


November, 


8845 14 


- 


50 00 


4 86 


8900 00 




233,776 54 


925 85 


1212 50 


937 98 


236,852 87 


1852. December, 


52967 11 


- 


50 00 


38 00 


3055 11 


January. 


2500 79 


- 


- 


130 00 


2630 79 


February, 


4436 60 


- 


- 


_ 


4436 60 


March, 


20,262 77 


- 


- 


790 21 


21,052 98 


April, 


'-0,237 69 


55 i% 


100 00 


_ 


20,393 11 


May, 


15,598 07 


- 


50 00 


- 


15,648 07 


June, 


38,297 09 


- 


50 00 


- 


38.347 09 


July, 


60,585 09 


103 65 


- 


233 10 


60,921 84 


August, 


5906 31 


_ 


50 00 


_ 


5956 31 


September, 


3704 38 


_ 


100 00 


_ 


3804 38 


October, 


6243 25 


25 33 


50 00 


106 53 


6425 11 


November, 


12,387 74 


- 


50 00 


212 55 


12,650 29 




$426,903 43 


$1110 25 


$1712 50 


$2448 37 


$432,174 55 



[ xlvi ] 



MONTHLY receipts of Special Taxes. 



Date. 


State Debt. 


Interest. 


Hospital 


Blind Insti- 


Total Re- 








Tax. 


tute. 


ceipts. 


1850. December, 


$231 56 








J2"»l 56 


1851. January, 


4375 23 


$4292 88 


$239 69 


$129 97 


9037 77 


February, 


2297 79 


2078 43 


275 16 


146 20 


4797 58 


March, 


23,979 72 


16,655 30 


2298 02 


901 96 


43.835 00 


April, 


20,210 75 


17,020 15 


2162 51 


1036 73 


40,430 14 


May, 


34,713 00 


26,126 36 


3470 25 


1732 06 


66,071 67 


June, 


48,796 40 


36,408 17 


4603 02 


2361 14 


92,16S 73 


July, 


56,5 34 83 


42,133 56 


5545 79 


2759 64 


106,973 82 


August, 


9855 77 


7371 98 


1015 24 


511 88 


18,754 87 


September, 


4437 48 


3170 98 


225 70 


111 35 


7945 51 


October, 


11,879 69 


7973 53 


1142 60 


597 96 


21,593 78 


November, 


9777 72 


6544 10 


889 80 


439 07 


17,650 69 




227.119 94 


169,775 44 


21,867 78 


10.727 96 


429,491 12 


December, 


3512 87 


1607 22 


225 79 


117 96 


5461 84 


1852. January, 


2041 10 


1310 32 


233 47 


136 06 


3720 95 


February, 


5321 52 


4119 38 


835 11 


498 77 


10,774 78 


March, 


27,215 18 


20,005 68 


3987 55 


2076 61 


53,285 02 


April, 


33,588 91 


28,400 13 


4948 65 


2995 04 


69,932 78 


May, 


22,770 71 


17,236 20 


3721 41 


2214 50 


45,942 82 


June, 


49,727 22 


37,282 55 


8061 84 


4829 41 


99 901 02 


July, 


82,522 18 


58,743 51 


13.158 86 


8073 76 


162,498 31 


August, 


10,731 25 


8203 52 


1851 41 


1108 87 


21,895 05 


September, 


5327 27 


3380 42 


727 11 


645 63 


10,080 43 


October, 


5299 32 


4007 87 


925 67 


528 01 


10,760 87 


November, 


16,989 06 


12,321 51 


2701 46 


1635 70 


33,647 73 




$492,166 53 


$366,393 75 


$63,246 11 


$35,588 28 


$957 394 67 



5 f xlvii J 

STATEMENT of the amount of State Tax received into the treas- 
ury on the assessment of the year 1851, exclusive of school orders. 



Date. 




Amount. 




1852. January, 
February, 
March, 
April, 
May, 
June, 
July, 
August, 
September, - 
October, 
November, • 


: : 1 : : 

To amount of 2 mill tax for reve- 
nue purposes forthe year 1851, 

One-sixth of a mill or one-twelfth 
of same being the proportion 
appropriated for the education 
of the deaf and dumb, 

CR. 

By amount of cancelled auditor's 

warrants, 
By amount to balance, 

To bal. of this fund in treasury, 


$ 1560 63 

4436 11 

17,135 11 

21,351 11 

15,726 70 

41,176 69 

65,569 57 

6377 25 

3536 96 

6810 82 

13,294 50 






$ 196,948 4S 


$16,412 12 

9270 89 
7141 23 




$ 16,412 12 
$7151 23 







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Date. 


Auditor's war- 
rants. 


Interest. 


School certif. 


Aggregate. 


1850. December, 
1861. Jaauary, 
February, 
March, 
April, 
May, 
June, 
July, 
Aujjuct, 
September, 
October, 
November, 


$4316 26 

6712 80 

16,213 45 

13,997 00 

11,957 91 

14,695 34 

18,950 01 

19,379 04 

6508 53 

13,645 82 

10,015 71 

7807 33 


$78 82 

198 61 

660 75 

15 45 


$324 88 
2607 53 

3772 51 

14,308 66 

14,979 17 

14,949 85 

869 60 

1765 69 

3141 55 

959 31 


$4316 26 

7037 68 

18,820 98 

13,997 00 

15,809 24 

29,202 61 

84,589 93 

34,344 34 

7378 13 

15,411 51 

13,157 26 

8766 64 


December, 
1862. January, 
February, 
March, 
April, 
May, 
June, 
July, 
August, 
September, 
October, 
November, 


144,199 20 

8866 69 

9030 69 

3832 88 

6441 40 

7130 44 

4271 24 

22,646 10 

14,916 27 

8876 74 

8551 14 

10,149 55 

11,118 67 


953 63 


57,678 75 
1039 79 


202,831 58 

8866 69 

9030 69 

3832 88 

7481 19 

7130 44 

4271 24 

22,646 10 

14,916 27 

8876 74 

8551 14 

10,149 55 

11,118 67 




$260,031 01 


$953 63 


$58,718 54 


$ 319,703 18 



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1850. 
1851. 



December, 
January, - 
February, - 
March, - 
April, 
May,' . 
June, 
July, 

August, - 
September, 
October, - 
November, 



December, 
1852. January, - 
February, - 
March, - 
April, . 
May, 
June, 
July, 

August, . 
September, 
October, - 
November, 



Auditor's re- 
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Revenue. Interest fund 



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7037 68 
18,820 98 
13,997 00 
15,809 24 
29,202 61 
34,589 93 
34,358 74 

7378 13 
15,411 51 
13,157 26 

8766 64 



202,845 98 

8866 69 

9030 69 

3832 88 

7481 19 

7130 44 

4271 24 

22,646 10 

15,282 87 

8876 74 

8551 14 

10,149 55 

11.120 29 



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37,814 09 

948 00 

6962 89 

27,610 00 

35.000 00 

10.001 53 



148,336 51 

6000 00 

30,000 00 

1 26 

5000 00 
44,028 23 
19,480 83 



30,000 00 

50,000 00 

2954 33 



Hospital tax 



$471 00 
275 00 

2000 00 
2000 00. 
3932 00 
4500 00 
5648 52 
1240 00 
1116 88 



Blind Insti- 
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889 00 

253 25 

234 99 

835 11 

5891 00 

3152 42 

3721 83 

8000 00 

13,000 00 

6200 00 



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6000 00 

1142 00 
2000 00 
1200 00 



11,643 00 

588 00 

2077 68 

1 88 
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12,266 11 
6170 00 



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