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REPORT

THE FIRST AUDITOR OF THE TREASURY.

TREASURY DEPARTMENT,
FIRST AUDITOR'S OFFICE,
October 24, 1877.

SIR: I have the honor to submit the following exhibit of the business transacted in this office during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1877.

Accounts adjusted.

Mints and assay-offices....

Miscellaneous receipts..

Total

OF

RECEIPTS.

Collectors of customs, for duties on merchandise and tonnage received
Collectors of customs, for fees received under the provisions of section 4458
of the Revised Statutes, (S. B.)
Fines, penalties, and forfeitures
Marine-hospital money collected

Official emoluments of collectors, naval officers, and surveyors received.

Moneys received from sale of old material.

Moneys received from wages of seamen forfeited

Moneys received on account of deceased passengers..

Moneys received from Pacific Railroad Companies for accrued interest on

bonds

Treasurer of the United States, for moneys received.

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Duties illegally exacted, fines remitted, judgments satisfied, and net proceeds of unclaimed merchandise paid.

Judiciary expenses, embracing accounts of United States marshals, district attorneys, commissioners and clerks, rent of court-houses, support of pris oners, &c.....

Mints and assay-offices....

Territorial accounts, embracing contingent expenses of executive offices and expenses of the legislative assemblies.

Salaries of the civil list, paid directly from the Treasury

Defense of suits and collection and examination of vouchers and records in

relation to captured and abandoned property

Refunding proceeds of cotton unlawfully seized

Refunding proceeds of cotton seized by United States military
Treasurer of the United States, for general expenditures..

Salaries and mileage of Senators..

Salaries of officers and employés of the Senate.

Contingent expenses of the Senate..

Salaries and mileage of Members and Delegates of the House of Representatives.

Salaries of officers of the House of Representatives.
Contingent expenses of the House of Representatives

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Accounts adjusted.

DISBURSEMENTS-Continued.

Salaries, Congressional Library
Salaries, Public Printer

Salaries of employés, Executive Mansion..

Salaries, metropolitan police.

Salaries of officers and employés, Independent Treasury
Contingent expenses of Independent Treasury.
Disbursing-clerks, for salaries of the several departments of the government
at Washington..

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Fuel, lights, and water for public buildings.
Heating apparatus for public buildings..

Furniture and repairs of furniture for public buildings.

Repairs and preservation of public buildings..
Annual repairs of the Treasury building...
Purchase of lands for public buildings
Vaults, safes, and locks for public buildings

Traveling and incidental expenses of steamboat inspectors

Salaries, steamboat-inspection service
Government Hospital for Insane, current expenses
Government Hospital for Insane, erection of buildings.
Columbia Hospital for Women, current expenses
Expenses board of health, District of Columbia..
Maryland Institution for Instruction of Blind
Inquiries into the causes of steam-boiler explosions.
Establishment of life saving stations....
Life-saving service, salaries of employés..
Life-saving service, contingent expenses
Transfer by warrant and counter-warrant
Public buildings and grounds
Washington aqueduct

Pay of custodians and janitors..
Suppressing counterfeiting and fraud.
Geological survey of Territories
Collecting mining statistics

Propagation of food-fishes

Salaries and contingent expenses, Southern Claims Commission.
International Exhibition of 1876
Improving Capitol grounds....
Freedman's Hospital and Asylum
Department of Agriculture..
Reform-School

War and Navy Department buildings..
Judgments of the Court of Claims.
Outstanding liabilities.

Cotton-claims...

Construction, equipment, and repairs of revenue-vessels

Expenses of transportation of United States notes, national currency, &c...
Redemption of the public debt, including principal and interest.
Payment of interest on outstanding public debt

Reimbursement of the Treasurer of the United States for legal-tender notes

and fractional currency destroyed....

Interest on 3.65 District of Columbia bonds, registered and coupon.

bonds.

Interest on Louisville and Portland Canal Company

Interest on Navy pension fund.

Expenses of buoyage..

Expenses of fog-signals.

Salaries of designated depositaries.

National Association for Relief of Colored Women

Assay-office, Helena, Mont.

Columbia Institution for Deaf and Dumb, current expenses.
Columbia Institution for Deaf and Dumb, erection of buildings

Printing reports of Commissioner of Agriculture.
Publication of report of trial of W. W. Belknap

Investigating Federal officers..
Annual repairs, Capitol

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Amount.

$22, 005 00 15, 993 97

12, 081 6 J62,516 10 338,032 96 18,629 44

5,631, 960 65 1,511, 235 72

7,989 12 566, 712 36

1, 747, 948 99 5,088 22 2,822, 199 50 4, 601, 500 51 108, 255 10

1,128 25 106,083-68 871, 942 64

37, 260 29

15, 567 35

11, 708 39

8,808 99 528, 716 98

131, 521 85

129, 125 06 182, 033 34

18, 293 57 797, 717 37 33, 144 85

26, 561 15 177, 436 06 201, 265 81 14, 628 59 19,596 46 26, 117 50 2,837 50 6, 205 08 [145, 693 37

231, 655 20

24, 164 99 24,632 44 270,321 53 24, 512 11 128, 260 52

121, 016 49

178,318 79 14, 025 24 49, 873 29 20,952 45 1,920, 601 12 108,894 21

16, 318 60 171, 032 75

12,075 28

332, 040 05

6,659 48

12, 805 63 463 38 103, 669 55 480, 890 43

190, 141, 655 99

99, 445, 175 50

73, 232, 359 26 876,640 57

48, 130 00

420,000 00 99, 152 52

12,002 70

5,250 00 8,998 80

41,286 62

-60, 412 64

-49, 764 03

59,399 18.

3,457 22

70.028 75 55, 728 29

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Accounts adjusted.

DISBURSEMENTS-Continued.

Pedestal equestrian statue of General McPherson.
Washington monument..

Commission repaving Pennsylvania avenue..
Conveying votes of electors.

Busts of late Chief Justices Taney and Chase
Library of Congress, purchase of books, &c...
National Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphan Home
Extra pay to discharged employés of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing..
Plans of public buildings

Salaries of special agents
Miscellaneous accounts..

Total

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Requisitions answered

Judiciary emolument accounts registered and referred.

DEBIT.

Balance of merchandise in warehouse per last report..
Duties on merchandise warehoused

Duties on merchandise rewarehoused..

Duties on merchandise constructively warehoused
Increased and additional duties, and duties collected in excess

CREDIT.

Duties on merchandise withdrawn for consumption
Duties on merchandise withdrawn for transportation
Duties on merchandise withdrawn for exportation...
Allowances for deficiencies and damage, &c....

Materials withdrawn for the construction and repair of vessels.
Merchandise withdrawn free of duty

Merchandise transferred to manufacturing warehouse
Bonds delivered to district attorneys forprosecution.
Balance of merchandise in warehouse

Hon. JOHN SHERMAN,

Number of

accounts.

1

3

Acknowledgments of accounts written..

Powers of attorney for collecting interest on the public debt registered and

filed ....

Secretary of the Treasury.

31

15

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17, 544

Amount.

$24,972 14 2,360 56

Statement exhibiting transactions in bonded merchandise as shown by warehouse and bond accounts examined and adjusted during the fiscal year commencing July 1, 1876, and ending June 30, 1877.

Number of accounts

1,634

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Number.

13, 059

2,055

2,055

14, 227

$63, 812, 668 33

5,971, 227 20 20, 470, 762 04 2,986,280 66 29,846 48 8,480 95

28,919 22 16,967 53 14,383,985 14

107,719, 137 55

In submitting this report, I beg leave to acknowledge the able assistance I have received from the deputy auditor and the several chiefs of divisions in conducting the affairs of the office, and to commend the clerks and other employés generally for fidelity and efficiency in the discharge of their official duties.

Very respectfully,

4,505 747 439

$17, 331, 403 64 63, 190, 774 12 2,351, 255 52 23, 249, 594 90 1,596, 109 37 107,719, 137 55

D. W. MAHON,
Auditor.

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