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STATE TREASURY.

The following is a statement of the Controller's ledger balance of

Thi the several funds, the amount of warrants outstanding, and balances the aggregate of which show the total amount of money in the State total Treasury at the close of the fiscal year ending June 30, 1882:

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Properti $165,161 89

State PC 237,859 70

State Sc 160,554

Reclami 33,871 96

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Swamp 21,048 75 Estate o 7,000 00

State LC 198,648 69

Serninai 11,922 90 Drainag 2,245 12 Fees of 2,417 20

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Tax on 393 60

Interest

Interest 8 26 Redemp 1,023 00

Redemp 111,342 02

Rent of 67 80 / Bale of 8,382 03

Costs in 49,425 82

defau] 2,035 93 From al

142 49 883 30 428 80

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44 9 85 5 24 18 70 34 08 390 38

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RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS.

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The following summary shows the principal sources of revenue, the various funds to which the receipts were apportioned, and the total amount of disbursements; details of which will be found in the Appendix, Statements Nos. 1, 2, 3, and 4.

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RECEIPTS.

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31 89 59 70 54 30 71 96

Property Tax.
State Poll Tax
State School Lands
Reclamation District No. 5
Swamp Land District 18

Swamp Land District No. 5 18 75

Estate of Decased Persons 00 00

State Loan, Calaveras County 18 69

Seminary Lands 22 90 Drainage Tax, District No. 1 45 12

Fees of State Officers 17 20

Tax on Banks, froin Commissioners..

Tax on Stock Certificates.-93 60

Interest on Bonds held in trust for School Fund..

Interest on Bonds held in trust for University Fund. 8 26 Redemption of Bonds held in trust for School Fund.. 23 00

Redemption of Bonds held in trust for University Fund 42 02

Rent of Wharves and Docks in San Francisco.. 67 80 Sale of Geological Survey Reports 82 03 Costs in redemption of titles to School Lands foreclosed for 25 82

default of interest.. 35 93 From all other sources. 42 49 83 30 28 80 8 00

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APPORTIONMENT.

9 85 5 24 18 70 34 08 90 38

The apportionment of receipts to the different funds was as follows:

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$2,049,427 23 was received, leaving its income deficient $140,656 77 Yet, by reason of economic expenditures, its revenue for the year

, with the addition of $98,387 04, temporarily borrowed from and still owing to the School Land Fund, has been sufficient to pay the cur rent expenses of the State, and also the debit balance of $376,773 66 brought forward at the close of the former year.

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SCHOOL FUND.

The principal income of this fund consists of property tax, poll tax, interest upon deferred payments arising from the sale of lands granted by the General Government to the State for educational purposes, and known as State school lands, and interest upon bonds held by the State in trust for the benefit of public schools.

The revenue of the fund is apportioned semi-annually, in the so months of August and February, to the several counties, by the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, and is drawn by Controller's warrants issued upon the presentation of the Superintendent's drafts in favor of the respective County Treasurers.

For specific statements, showing the amount received from and paid to the several counties, reference is made to the Appendix, Statements Nos. 16 and 17.

The following statement gives the general account of the fund:

THIRTY-SECOND FISCAL YEAR.

Receipts.

Balance from Thirty-first Fiscal Year-
From Property Tax.
From Poll Tax..
From Interest on Bonds..
From Interest on State School Lands
From other sources.-

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Disbursements.

To Warrants issued in favor of County Treasurers in August, 1880.
To Warrants issued in favor of County Treasurers in February, 1881

Total
Leaving balance subject to next Semi-annual Apportionment..

THIRTY-THIRD FISCAL YEAR.

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Disbursements.

To Warrants issued in favor of County Treasurers in August, 1881
To Warrants issued in favor of County Treasurers in February, 1882
To Warrants issued in refunding of interest received on account of the sale of

school lands that proved not to have belonged to the State

Total
Leaving balance subject to next Semi-annual Apportionment..

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