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For inUr'tfrom O.*, M.R.E.Co. 9,000 SO 16,500 00

Sale of stores in block 7 40,230 00

Opening Jackson tc Columbus str. 5,730 77

Harbor sale of steamer Pounder 030 00

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The nett revenue for 1852 was 434,214 22 for 1853 471,648 43

Showing a surplus of $37,434 20. The surplus fund has been appropriated to the Commons, Police, and cleaning of Streets, jointly.

At this early period of the fiscal year, no estimate can be made of the probable revenue of the year. This can only be done after the assessment lists of the taxable property are completed.

The Treasurer's and Auditor's report, herewith accompanying, will show you in detail the receipts and expenditures of the last fiscal year, and also the balance in the treasury at the close of it. Since the commencement of the present fiscal year, there were sold 1854, April 15, 10 bonds to improve Wharf north at 91 c., $9,100, which are to be added to the Bonded table.

Respectfully,

H. Ovbrstolz, Comptroller.

AUDITOR'S REPORT.

Eeceipts and Expenditures of the City of St. Louis, from Jiprilll, 1853, toJlprUS, 1854, inclusive.

RECEIPTS.

Licenses—Including pedlars, auctioneers, tavern, dramshops, beer house, exhibition, insurance, brokers', ferry, tenpin alley, &c $28,835 00

Citv cemetery $207 50

Vehicle licenses: 10,959 02

Redemption of property 8,408 71

19,575 23

Waterworks 49,865 04

Citv commons and interest 3,025 17

Rents of ground 441 00

53,331 21

Stalls and stands 12,903 18

Rents of stores, block 7 7,662 96

20,56614

Fines and fees 5,987 63

Special taxes 3,683 16

9,670 79 Hay and Goal Scales. — Market Street

scales 1,353 76

North market 1,238 35

2,592 11

Merchants' taxes 45,418 58

Taxes of real estate 384,039 62

Harbor tax 19,20198

448,660 18

Collected at quarantine 885 00

Dividend on gas light stock 2,255 55

3,140 55

Interest from Ohio & Miss R. R. Co.... 16,500 00

Harbor.—Sale of steamboat Founder 600 00

17,100 00

Jackson Btreet 2,426 38

Columbus 3,304 39

5,730 7T

Block No. 7.—Sale of store 40,230 00

Surveying fees 302 00

Wharf.—Collections 58,402 37

98,984 37

Chesnut street sewer 3 5,445 72

Pine street sewer 5 6,428 63

Olive street sewer 7 5,956 14

17,830 49

Loans.—New water werks 30 bonds 30,030 00

Locust street sewer No. 10, 4 bonds 4,000 00

North street sewer 2 bonds 2,000 00

To pay other bonds, 28 bonds 28,000 00

Harbor, 50 bonds 50,000 00

Christy avenue sewer No. 1,1 bond 990 00

St. Charles street sewer, 4 bonds 3,960 00

Morgan street sewer, 5 bonds 4,950 00

Old limits improvements, 135 bonds 122,270 00

Wharf north, 14 bonds 12,600 00

258,800 00

Cash in treasury April 11,1853 56,930 58

$1,041,697 42

EXPENDITURES.

New Limits, First Ward $lt>,106 24

"Second Ward 4,168 36

"Third Ward 17,905 36

"Fourth Ward 4,363 78

Fifth Ward 6,833 06

"Sixth Ward 24,400 10

Salaries 20,008 22

Wharf. 50,154 91

151,940 03 Printing and stationery 6,263 43

New water works . 66,103 59

Water works current 22,159 25

Work house 27,218 15

Police 44,541 18

Seventh street sewer.. 1,408 54

Special tax fund 2,932 12

Redemption 18,84

School 344,99

Public buildings 1,992 66

Streets and alleys 42,781 87

Contingent 9,778 69

City Council and Clerks 5,642 59

Hospital 23,926 40

Board of Health 1,942 68

Fire Department 15,237 48

Engineer Department 6,512 08

Cleaning streets 21,595 54

Lighting the city 35,205 78

Interest ;.161,454 25

Harbor 84,166 52

House of Refuge 2,65134

City commons 4,000 00

Wharf north 24,562 84

Wharf south 13,202 10

Lucas market and Olive street sewer 3,240 18

Pine and Olive street sewer..... 1,908 76

Pine Btreet sewer No. 5 2,888 23

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Olive street sewer No. 7 643 06

Chesnut street sewer No. 3 3,007 06

Bills pavable. 1,201 00

Bills receivable 1,000 00

Ninth street sewer 16,146 97

Poplar street sewer 18,923 2d

North west sewer 3,256 70

St. Charles street eewer 842 74

Vine street sewer 8,497 30

Locust street sewer No. 9 10.680 27

Locust street sewer No. 10 5,439 59

Moigan street sewer 8,792 25

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. 2,924 00
i 1,479 72
139 25
. 93,540 51

98,08418

967,133 78

Amount of warrants paid 967,021 83

Amount of warrants out..... Ill 95

967,183 T8

Warrants paid 967,021 83

Old warrants paid 1 40

Cash in the treasury 74,674 19

$1,041,697 42 Andrew Elliott, Auditor.

Wm. Glasgow, Treasurer.

Christy avenue sewer 1..
Christy avenue sewer 2..

Hospital extension

Old limits improvements.

REPORT OF SUPERINTENDENT OF THE WORKBOUSE. To the Honorable Board of Delegates:

According to Ordinance, I herewith submit for your consideration a statement of the receipts and expenditures of the City Workhouse, including salary of Superintendent and Guards, board of Guards and prisoners, tools, clothing, bedding, fuel, medicines, smith's bills, repairs, lights, horse feed, Ac, from October, 1853, to May, 1854.

Also, the amount and character of work done during this period, with accompanying remarks and explanations. Very respectfully, Your ob't. sv't,

William Lingo.

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