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Econ 544 013 (1915),

Harter? College Library
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From the
United Stats Cuvernr ezt.

TREASURY DEPARTMENT.

Document No. 2754.

Secretary.

CONTENTS.

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Financial and business conditions..

Cotton and Government deposits....

Government deposits offered to Federal reserve banks in the West and North-

west..

Federal reserve system...

Federal reserve banks as fiscal agents.

Crop-moving deposits..

Stock of gold....

War risk insurance.

Pan American Financial Conference.

Income tax..

Customs..

Narcotic law.

Public Health Service...

National care of lepers.

National quarantine..

Advantages of Federal control of quarantine.

Public buildings..

Central heating and power plant.

National archives building..

Coast Guard.....

Ice patrol to promote safety at sea.

New ships..

Rebuilding stations.

Relief for American citizens in Europe.

Transportation of public moneys and securities.

New daily Treasury statement..

Destruction of canceled securities.

Committee on improvement....

Salaries of Assistant Secretaries of the Treasury.

General Supply Committee..

Sinking fund.

Panama Canal.

Contingent fund.

Revenues.

Finances..

Receipts and disbursements.

Fiscal year 1915..

General fund.

Postal Service.

United States notes (greenbacks).

Gold reserve fund...

Trust funds...

Sinking fund...

Condition of the Treasury June 30, 1915.

Cash in the Treasury June 30, 1915.

Comparison of receipts, fiscal years 1914 and 1915.

Comparison of disbursements, fiscal years 1914 and 1915.

Estimates..

Estimated receipts, fiscal year 1916..

Estimated disbursements, fiscal year 1916.

Postal Service, 1916..

Estimate of receipts for fiscal year 1917.

Estimated disbursements, fiscal year 1917

Estimates of appropriations for the fiscal year 1917 as submitted by the

executive departments..

Postal Service, 1917..

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Reserve cities.

Mint Service.

Operations of the mints.

Stock of coin and bullion in the United States.

Production of gold and silver...

Industrial arts..

Exports of gold coin.

Appropriations, expenses, and income.

Deposits, income, expenses, and employees, by institutions.

Internal revenue.

Receipts from internal revenue, fiscal years 1914 and 1915.

Production of spirituous and malt liquors.

Income tax....

Emergency revenue law...

United States cotton futures act.

Tax on railroads in Alaska..

Oleomargarine...

Adulterated butter..

Tobacco....

Denatured alcohol..

Fortified wine..

Work done by revenue agents..

Bureau of Engraving and Printing.

Division of Special Agents...

Office of the Supervising Architect.

Buildings...

Statement of appropriations made during fiscal year 1915..

Summary of acts carrying appropriations for the fiscal year 1916..

Public Health Service..

Division of Scientific Research.

Division of Foreign and Insular Quarantine.

Division of Domestic Quarantine..

Division of Sanitary Reports and Statistics.

Division of Marine Hospitals and Relief..

Division of Personnel and Accounts....

Miscellaneous Division....

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United States Coast Guard......

Assistance to vessels in distress..

Removal of derelicts.

Medical aid to American fishermen.

Customs laws.....

Anchorage and movements of vessels...

Enforcement of neutrality, navigation, and other laws.

Protection of fur seals.

Ice patrol.....

Special services..

Investigations of loss of life..

Loss of the Tahoma...

Administrative measures.

Discipline...

Coast Guard Academy.

Medical officers on cutters.

New vessels, stations, and equipment.

Repairs and improvements to cutters and stations..

Recommendations....

Division of Loans and Currency.

Public debt transactions..

Interest on public debt.

Insular and District of Columbia loans.

Circulation...

National currency associations.

Capital and surplus of member banks.

Paper custody...

Redemption of currency, etc..

Division of Public Moneys...

Division of Bookkeeping and Warrants..

State bonds and stocks owned by the United States..

Secret-Service Division...

Division of Printing and Stationery

Printing and binding.

Stationery

Postage..

Materials for bookbinder.

Department advertising

Tables accompanying the report of the Secretary.

Table A.–Statement of the outstanding principal of the public debt of the

United States, June 30, 1915...

Table B.-Statement of the outstanding principal of the public debt of the

United States on the 1st of July of each year from 1856 to 1915,

inclusive..

Table C.-Analysis of the principal of the interest-bearing public debt of the

United States from July 1, 1856, to July 1, 1915..

Table D.--Statement of the issue and redemption of loans and Treasury notes

and of deposits and redemptions in national-bank note account

(by warrants) for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1915....

Table E.-Sinking-fund account for fiscal year 1915...

Table F.-Population, ordinary receipts, and disbursements of the Govern-

ment from 1840 to 1915, exclusive of postal, and per capita on

receipts and per capita on disbursements..,

Table G.-Statement showing the ordinary receipts and disbursements of the

Government by months; the legal-tender notes, net gold, and

available cash in the Treasury at the end of each month; the

monthly redemption of legal-tender notes in gold and the imports

and exports of gold, from July, 1896, to June, 1915, inclusive....

Table H.-Statement of the balance in the general fund of the Treasury,

including the gold reserve, by calendar years from 1791 to 1842,

and by fiscal years from 1843 to 1915...

Table I.--Receipts and disbursements of the United States..

Table J.-Internal and customs receipts and expenses of collecting, from

1858 to 1915..

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