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Expedilures made from Extraordinary Contingent Fund for military purposes, and

afterwards collected again of the United States and its agents, and returned to the Treasury, credit of above fund, as follows:

Date.

Vouchere,

To whom paid, and for whet purpose.

Amount.

7862
Mar. 29 29|eorge B. Wright, Quartermaster General, labor and materials, Cam;
Chase ..

$2,354 80 April 17 44 seorge B. Wright, Quartermaster General, bill of lumber for Cami Chase prison.

2,265 69 May 28 79 teorge B. Wright, Quartermastır General, balance of Fisher's bill, Camp Chase prison...

182 15

4,802 64

Yay 29

Cr.
By repaid by United States Quartermaster, and certified back to the

Treasury, to the credit of this fund, in full of the above...,

4.802 64

May

(57J N. Ross, for subsisting Austin Jehiel, destitute and sick New York

soldier...

$29 75

Cr.
May 16 y repaid by Governor of New York, and certified back to Treasury

to the credit of this fund, in full of above

29 75

$200 00

July 20179 W. G. Deshler, cashier, draft of D. Humphres, Quartermaster 85th
0. V., Kentucky.......

Cr.
Oot. 11. Bg repaid by Quartermaster, and certified back to the Treasury, to the

credit of this fund, in full of above....

200 00

The Extraordinary Contingent Fund of Governor, as appears

on the books of the Executive Office.

1862 Jari. 2 Feb. 14

Cr.
3y balance, stated as unexpended by Governor Dennison.... $21,853 83
..By amount returned by William L. McMillen, former Surgeon General

as unexpended out of the sum of $1,591.15, given him on requisition
of Governor Danrison (Sve his voucher rendered.) This sum certi-
fied hy Governor Tod into Treasury

333 39 By ankount returned by O. P. Wolcott, of Contingent Fund in his bande

unexpended, and certified back into Treasury, to this fund..... 1 830 00
y amount appropriated by Legislature to this fund, Act of April,
1862

100,000 00

Var 15

124,017 22
Dr.
ro amount of expenditures from this fund, from January 13, 1862, to

December 19, 1862, as per account of vouchers of D. Tod, Governor
exbibit d herewith ...

122,071 47 Dec 19, 1-62, balance of Contingent Fund, as appears on Executive

1945 75

Account

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Expenditures from the Civil Contingent Fund of the Governor.

Date.

Vouchers.

To whom paid, and for what purpose.

Amount.

$12 50

2 61 30 00 11 02 30 00 32 07 30 00

1862
Jan. 31 1 Soho Geary & Son, advertising for inauguration :
Feb. 1012 Western Union Telegraph Company, telegraph account, by order of

Governor Dennison (Coggeshall)
33 3 Lanson Curtis, Governor's messenger, ose month's service....
Mar. 6 We tern Union Telegraph Company, telegraph account paid for February

13 59. Curtis, messenger, one month's service ... April 3 John Graham, postmaster, postage account vs. departmento...

12 7 L. Curtis, messenger, one month's service May 6 Western Union Telegraph Company, telegraph account, civil department,

for April..... 14 94. Curtis, messenger, one month's service to May 13. June 1310 do

do

do

June 13..
July 100 3 F. Hoffman, secretary, to repay claims paid by him, account

12 John Graham, postmaster, postage of civil department, June..

1413 L. Curtis, messenger, one month's service to July 13. Aug. 1314

do
do
do

August 13
Sept. 1315

do
do
do

September 13...
15161. D Osborn & Co., account for drugget, etc., for office
Oct. 317 Royal Taylor, special examiner of Treasury, service and expenses.

3198 F. Hoffman, secretary, to repay civil claims paid by order, accouat.
13199 Curtis, messenger, one month's service, to date.....
1320 John Graham, postma’ter, postage account July 1 to October 1, 1862

232 Wm Blyno, to pay account for gold pen and mending clock for office
Nov. 1322 4. Curtis, messenger, one month's service to date..
Dec. 1323 do

do

do
Amount expended, January 13 to December 15, 1862 ....

2 29 30 00 30 00 54 12 38 25 30 00 30 00 30 00 24 06 80 21 25 87 30 00 39 26

4 00 30 00 30 00

do

655 26

The Civil Contingent Fund, as appears on the Executive account

book. 1862.

Cr.
Jan. 13. By halance, as stated by Governor Dennison's secretary .....
Mar. 15 By amount returned by 0. P. Woloott, and certified iato the Treasury.

to credit of this fund
By amount appropriated to this fund by act of April 23, 1861.

$485 69

200 00 4,000 00

4,685 69

Deo. 131

656 26

Dr.
To disbursements, as per above vouchers....

Balance in Treasury ...

4029 43

B. F. HOFFMAN, Private Secretary.

REPORT OF SPECIAL EXAMINER OF TREASURY.

To his Excellency David Top, Governor of the State of Ohio:

SIR :-In compliance with your letter of the 15th instant, appointing Royal Taylor, in cor junction with the Secretary of State, to make an examination of the Treasury of the State of Ohio, provided for by the act of the General Assembly, passed April 12th, 1858, entitled “An act to establish the Independent Treasury of the State of Ohio," the undersigned “special examiner" and the Secretary of State report, that they have made the required investigation, and here with submit the results therei f, which will show the condition of the Treasury at the close of business, September 15th, 1862.

The examination was commenced by taking charge of the vaults and safes used by the Treasurer, and ascertaining by actual count the amount of currency, coin, New York exchange, checks upon banks, funds in transitu, and other assets then on baod; and we hereby certify that the following is a correct statement of the

same:

Currency..
Coin..
Exchange
Funds in transitu...
Checks upon Banks.
Due from Free and Independent Banks.-
National Road Bunds...

$414,572 00

84,411 09 44,845 00 16,409 36 14.896 48

122 82 60 37

Total balance on band...

$575.407 12

$414,572 00

The above sum of $575,407 12 consists of the following items :
Bank notes in the vaults of the Treasury...

The funds in transitu consist of, viz :
A balance due from Am. Exchange Bank, N. Y. $8,824 42
Do. do. Ohio Valley Bank..

7,003 94
Do, do. Bank of Geauga...

580 00
Do.
Univa Br. Bank, Massillon.

1 00

do.

16,409 36

New York Exchange, as follows : Draft on Thompson & Brother... Do. do

do. Do. American Exchange Bapk. Do. Sumner R. Stone..

$10,000 00

15,000 00
10.000 00
9,845 00

44,845 00

Checks on Banks, as follows:
Exchange Branch Bank, Columbus...
Miller, Donaldson & Co....
Lessees of Public Works..

$600 78

500 00 4,391 22

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This balance of $575,407 12 is distributed as follows :
General Revenue Fund..
Sinking

do. Common School do. Allotment

do. District Library

do. National Road do. Bank Redemption do. Seneca County Bank... Canal Bank of Cleveland. City Bank of Cincinnati...

8267,519 64 140.451 42 58,782 43 97,992 32

249 97 5,014 46.

953 00 1,131 35 1,506 55 1,805 23

Total..---

$575,407 12

The aggregate of the above items (except the last three) correspond with the Books of the Auditor and Comptroller. The last three appear on the Books of the Treasury only.

To make this report more clear and explicit, we make an exhibit of the balances of the several Fuods, as shown by the 16 Special Examiner,” Amasa Stone, Jr., Esq, made on the 15th day of October, 1861-this being the date from which this examination is made, together with the receipts and disbursements to September 15th, 1862, as follows, to wit :

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SINKING FUND, Balance, October 15th, 1861....

$38,263 52 Rec'ts from Oct. 15th, 1861, to Sept. 15th, 1862 1,835,861 07 Comptroller's Drafts in hands of Co. Treasurers. 110,600 00

Disbursements, Auditor's Warrants redeemed.

81,984,624 59

1,844,173 17

Balance, Sept. 15th, 1862..

$140,451 42

COMMON SCHOOL FUND.

Balance, October 15th, 1862...

$37,496 18 Rec'ts from Oct. 15th, 1861, to Sept. 15th, 1862 1,144,367 90

Disbursements, Auditor's Warrants redeemed...

$1,181,864 08

1,123,081 65

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