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LIBRARY UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI JUL & 1936
INDEX TO VOL. I.
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REPORT OF ADJU TANT GENERAL.
Trustees of Soldies' Orphans' Home, Report of..
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REPORT OF INSURANCE COMMISSIONER .......
Abstracts from Statements of Companies.
LEGISLATURE OF MINNESOTA,
DELIVERED JAN. 9, 1873.
PRINTED BY AUTHORITY.
DELIVERED TO THE LEGISLATURE OF MINNESOTA, Jan. 9, 1873.
Gentlemen of the Senate and House of Representatives:
The finances of the State Government are in a satisfactory condition. The balance in the treasury on the thirtieth of November, 1871, was $196,180.37; the receipts during the last fiscal year were $783,481.28, making the total amount of available funds in the treasury during the year, $979,661.65. The disbursements during the same time were $736,361.59, leaving a balance in the treasury at the close of the fiscal year of $243,300.06.
The State Auditor estimates the receipts and expenditures for the current year as follows · Estimated receipts from all sources, including balances,
$618,022 Estimated disbursements for all purposes, (not including expenses for public buildings,)
505,350 Leaving an estimated balance in the treasury, Nov. 30, 1873,
112,672 The (recognized) bonded debt of the State was, Nov. 30, 1871, $350,000. During the year it has been reduced $100,000, leaving an indebtedness of $250,000 to be provided for in the future. The total interest-bearing debt of the State is therefore $250,000, all of which amount is invested in bonds due the school fund of the State.
The State taxes levied in 1871, collectable in 1872, including delinquent taxes, were $418,153. Taxes levied in 1872 and collectable in 1873, including balances and receipts from other sources, $618,022.