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Investigation of Industrial and Technical school systems of the United
Expenses settling title to Greer Co., claimed by Texas..
Defending suits in claims against the District of Columbia.
Oil portraits of Chief Justices Rutledge, Ellsworth, and Waite.
Rent and incidental expenses, office of marshal of Alaska.
Payments of judgments United States courts..
Justices and judges supreme court, District of Columbia.
[Audits all Accounts for Payment of Interest on the Public Debt, both Registered Stock and Coupon Bonds, Interest on District of Columbia Bonds, Pacific Railroad Bonds, Louisville and Portland Canal Bonds, Navy Pension Fund, Redemption of United States and District of Columbia Bonds, Redemption of Coin and Currency Certificates, Old Notes and Bounty Scrip, and Accounts for Notes and Fractional Currency destroyed.]
Interest on United States securities...
Interest on District of Columbia securities.
Redemption of U. S. bonds-retired..
Redemption of U. S. bonds-sinking fund.
U. S. bonds purchased-circular.
U. S. bonds purchased-sinking fund.
Redemption of bonds, District of Columbia..
Miscellaneous securities of the United States..
MENT FROM 1837 TO JUNE 30, 1891, AND PER CAPITA OF THE REV-
Population. Net revenue. ta on rev- Net expenses. on ex
*This includes $8,270,842.46 of “premiums on purchase of bonds."
NOTE. This statement has been revised and corrected according to the census report of 1890.
COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF THE RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES ON ACCOUNT OF INTERNAL REVENUE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 1891.
FROM THE TREASURY REPORTS, 1891.
THE value of our foreign commerce-imports and exports of merchandise -during the last fiscal year was greater than for any previous year. It amounted to $1,729,397,006, as against $1,647,139,093 during the fiscal year 1890, an increase of $82,257,913.
The value of imports of merchandise also during the last fiscal year was the largest in the history of our commerce, amounting to $844,916,196, as against $789,310,409 during the fiscal year 1890, an increase of $55,605,787. The value of the exports of merchandise during the same period was $884,480,810, as against $857,828,684 for the previous fiscal year, 1890, an increase of $26,652,126.
The exports exceeded the imports of merchandise $39,564,614.
The value of the imports and exports of merchandise and specie during the last four years ending June 30, has been as follows:
The above table does not include gold and silver contained in ores and copper matte, as follows:
Excess of Exports. Imports. imports.
Gold in ores and copper matte
$100,226 $283,545 $183,319 942,563 8,252,036 7,309,473