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The appropriation in 1854 includes 810,000 for 1855, when there was no session of the Legislature.

The foregoing table sbows an average expenditure of $34,500 per year, for the Printing and Binding, for the nine years next preceding the taking effect of the new law; and an average of a fraction less than $50,000 per year [$49,666 67] for the three years next preceding its taking effect. The appropriations under the new law, thus far, have been diminished in consequence of a balance on hand at the close of the fiscal gear 1861; but it is not probable that appropriations to exceed 820,000 per year will at any time be required under the new law. The contrast will appear still greater, when it is considered that the amount of work done has increased instead of diminished from year to year; that the quality of the work has improved ; and that additional drafts have been made, (as for military printing and for advertising, on the printing fund, and for binding for the State Library,) under the new law.

The Supervisor begs leave to say, in conclusion, that he has used his best exertions to give efficacy to the reform contemplated by the new law; and that, for a very inadequate salary, during the past year, his whole time has been occupied by the additional duties imposed upon him by the supplementary act of the last session. Respectfully submitted,

L. L. RICE, Supervisor of Printing.

ANNUAL REPORT

OF TAR

TREASURER OF STATE,

TO THE

GOVERNOR OF THE STATE OF OHIO.

FOR THE YEAR 18 6 2.

TREASURER'S REPORT.

TREASURY DEPARTMENT OF Oaro,

COLUMBUS, November 15, 1862. To His Excellency DAVID TOD, Governor of Ohio :

In conformity with the requirements of the Constitution and laws of Ohio, I hereby submit a statement of the condition of the Treasury, embracing the receipts and disbursements of the several funds for the fiscal year ending November 15th, 1862.

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GENERAL REVENUE.

816,147 82

719,737 39

509 642 58

9,735 41

Balance in Treasury Nov. 15, 1861..
Taxes received from county treasurers, half yearly, Dec. collec-

tion ----
Taxes received from county treasurers, half yearly, June collec-

tion und Taxes received from Banks. Amount received for convict labor and over.work, Obio Peniten

tiary....
Amount received from visitors' fund and other sources,

sustaining U. S. prisoners.
proceeds Dayton Bank claim
proceeds State House materials sold..-

interest on $350,000 deposited with U. S. De-
pository, Cincinnati....
Amount received from assets Joo. G. Breslin

miscellaneous sources.. Three

per

cent. fund transferred to general revenue per order of General Assembly

79,710 03 3,897 56 4,693 80 31,049 36

544 81

2.262 99 2,801 68 1,195 92

19 04

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CANAL FUND,

Amount received from General Revenue...

lessees Public Works, one year's rent....

66

properly sold...

water rents
on bond John Slierwood...-

of John Pickens, et al Received payment on lot

trom Ohio Canal

Miami and Erie Canal.
Hocking Canal
Duskiogum Improvement..

$73,988 62 20.075 00 4,391 22

740 00 233 50 597 25 508 33

514 44 3,743 44 140 84 16 83

Total receipts for the year...

$104,949 47

DISBURSEMENTS.

By amount Auditor's drafts redeemed from Nov. 15, 1861, to
Nov, 15, 1862..

$104.949 47

SINKING FUND.

$9,641 32

741,826 27

508,006 16

174,916 56

Balance in Treasury Nov. 15, 1861.-.-
Taxes received from county treasurers, half yearly, Dec. collec-

tion.--
Taxes received from county treasurers, haif yearly, June collec.

tion .. Taxes received from county treasurers, bali yearly, Dec. collec

tion, war fund.... Taxes received from county treasurers, half yearly, June collec

tion, war fund....
Received principal surplus revenue.

interest
proceeds section sixteen..

twenty-nine
Virginia Military-
lands sold
capal, turnpike and railroad dividends....
Little Miami R. R. stock sold ..
Cincinnati and White Water Canal sold.....
assets Sandusky, Mansfield & Newark R. R

assets Buttles' estate
Relurned to Treasury by Fund Commissioners from New York.

126,706 63

7,701 78 7,182 18 73,073 96 4 485 36 8,708 73

1,489 75 23,732 19 260,552 17

1,500 00 2,555 53

1,051 50 22,546 29

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Total..

$1,975,626 28

DISBURSEMENTS.

By amount Auditor's drasts redeemed from Nov. 16, 1861, to
Nov. 15, 1862..

1 922,340 97

Balance in Treasury Nov. 15, 1862..

$53,285 31

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