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REPORT OF THE AUDITOR IN THE TREASURY

ON THE SCHOOL FUND.

To his Excellency, the Governor of the State of Vermont :

The undersigned, Auditor in the Treasury, in pursuance of the requirements of the law, having examined the accounts of the Commissioner of the School Fund, during the fiscal year ending the 30th day of September, 1842, makes the following report of the “ state of the fund and of all matters relating to it :" Suid fund, on the day last mentioned, amounted to the sum of $184,942 22 Of which the sum of . . . $151,417 08 was lying on loan to the State, and . . 30,509 91 principal, and the interest thereon amounting to 3,015 23---184.942 22 was lying on loan to individuals, secured by notes of hand.

Since my report on the same subject, of the 28th of October, 1842, made in pursuance of resolutions of the House of Representatives of the 20th and 21st of the same month, by which it appears that the sum due from the State to said fund on the 30th Sept. 1841, was

$119,637 19 there has been received from all sources, since the period last mentioned, viz: From pedlars' licenses, .

1,454 56 bank dividends, .

. 7,855 09
collections on account of the Vt. State Bank, 814 97

of interest from the same source, 113 65
on principal of notes of individu-
als,

10,202 07
of interest on said notes, 3,523 21
for interest charged State on

above loans, . . 7,816 34—-- 151,417 08 All which is respectfully submitted,

JOSEPH BERRY, Auditor. Montpelier, Sept. 30, 1842.

REPORT OF THE TREASURER UPON THE STATE

OF THE SAFETY FUND.

TREASURER'S OFFICE, Z

MONTPELIER, Oct. 22d, 1842.
Sir, I herewith transmit a statement showing the amount
and condition of the Safety Fund, on the 30th September,
A. D. 1842.

I have the honor to be, sir,
very respectfully, your obd't serv't.

JOHN SPALDING, Treas. 'TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR.

There has been contributed from the several Safety Fund Banks to the Safety Fund the sum of

$26,730 07 There is loaned to the state of Vermont from this Fund,

$21,860 64 of . . 4,869 43

$26,730 07

The contributions have been from the following banks, viz. :
Bank of Bellows Falls,

• $2,250
Middlebury,

2,700 Essex County,

825 Woodstock,

2,250 Orleans,

1,350 Newbury,

2,250 Manchester,

3,150
Farmers' Bank,

. .. 2,700
Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank,
Bank of Brattleboro'

2,700
St. Albans,

667 81 Vergennes,

450 Rutland,

604 26 Poultney, . . . 108

-$26,730 07

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I notice in the Report of the Treasurer, on the 13th of Oct. 1841, he reports in the Safety Fund that the interest is included. By law, the in. terest is due yearly to the banks contributing the fund, and should be paid to them, after deducting the expenses of the Bank Commissioner

The interest which has accrued to the Safety Fund Banks, computed $250 00

to the first day of October, 1842, amounts to

$8,199 38 The charges against this interest on the 1st October amounted

$1,264 00 The interest on those charges,

450 30—1,714 30

$6,485 08 On the 30th Sept. 1841, there was paid to the Bank of Or

leans as interest, Interest on same to Oct. 1, 1842,

15 00 Oct. 25th, 1841, there was paid to the Bank of St. Albans as interest,

. 17 57 Interest on same to Oct. 1, 18

1 03—.-283 60 Leaving a balance of interest unpaid on the Ist day of Oct. 1842, $6,201 48

JOHN SPALDING, Treasurer. October 22d, 1842

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An abstract of all orders drawn on the Treasurer of the State of Vermont, since the 5th day of October, 1841, to the 30th day of September, 1842, by the Auditor of Accounts.

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DATE. NO.

CLAIMANTS.

AMOUNT. Oct. 14, 1841 1 Gates Perry jr., sh’ff, for distributing packages, $24 56

2 John Colby, Com. deaf, dumb and blind, for paid
| cash &c. in that office, .

: 80 69 3 Martin Armstrong, sh'ff, for distributing packa

ges, . : 15, 4 P. S. Camp, jailor, for boarding State prisoners, 6

5 Town of Panton, for error in State tax, .

George A. Allen, sh'ff, for distributing packages, 7 Merrill Williams, sh'ff, for like services,

Landgun 24 00

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8 Sundry persons, for services at court martial, 52
9 Gary Whitney, sh'ff, for distributing packages, 12
10 Henry Stowell, Com. deaf, dumb and blind, for
Il services in that office,

. 16 19
11 D. R. Bogue, sh'ff, for boarding State prisoners, 133 58
12 Robert Pierpoint, Bank Com'r, for services in that
office,

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. 48 00
13 Same, for settling Sup. State Prison accounts, 13 86
14 Town of West l'airlce, for error in State tax, 13 48
15 Adnah Smith, sh'ff, for distributing packages, 20 00
16 D. R. Bogue, sh'f, for the like services, . 5 00
17 Gary Whitney, sh'ff, for boarding State prisoners, 2 00
18 Riverius Camp, late sh'ff, for distributing packages, 5 00
19 S. H. Jenison, late Governor, for paid postage bill,
I official,
20 Town of Burke, for error in State tax, . 1974
21 Asa Story, late sh'ff, for distributing packages, 10 00
22 Town of Burlington, for error in State tax, . 36 56
23 Same, for paid boarding State paupers,

115 09 24Town of Concord, for error in State tax, , 13 03 25 Town of Maidstone, for error in State tax, . 1 68 26 Marshall Miller, clerk &c., for canvassing votes

for Council of Censors, in orsace 16.00
27 Greenleaf Webb, sh'ff, for distributing packages, 16 00
|28F. F. Merrill, Clerk House, for stationery and paid
I probate fees, &c.,
29 James Morse, colonel, for collecting State arms, 8 00

30 Erastus S. Camp, Serg't at Arms, for paid cleans-
L ing State House, . . .
|31 Same, for paid cleansing windows,
32 Chauncey Goodrich, for distributing acts of 1840

I to sheriffs,

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DATE. NO

CLAIMANTS. . AMOUNT. Nov. 1, 1811 34 Henry F. Janes, late Treasurer, for paid bill pos

$53 77 33 Joseph Berry, 'Auditor, (Treasury, for time &c. ** L iu that office,

* 77 49 35 D. "Rich, D. M. General, for time and cash paid U military service,

1,068 62 34 E. P. Walton & Sons, for State Printing, 195 40 34 Charles H. Severance, for like service,

1 50 35 Allen Wardner, for attending to labor of S. P. convicts, . .

. 12 74 36 G. H. Smith, sh'ff, for distributing packages, 20 00 37 Flagg & Abbot, for stone post at State House, 6 00 38 Wm. Barron, late sh'ff, for distributing packages, 20 39Merritt Clark, Inspector &c. (military,) for paid L State printing, 40 John Moulton, "for services before committee of 1 | House, . . . .

16 50 41 John T. Freeman for like service, 42 Geo. C. Pratt, for serving subpæna on witness, 6 95 43 Wm. E. Trask, for service as witness, 44 George Smith for like service, . . . 18 30 45 Wm. Hutchinson, for like service,. , 18 30 46 Samuel I. Russell, for like service, .

. 18 30 47 John Currier, sh'ff, for boarding State prisoners, 115 73 48 Anson Davis, jailor, for boarding State prisoner, 89 76 49 Urias Daman, for services as witness before committee, .

18 30 150 Rufus L Harvey, for the like service, 51 Isaiah Silver, sh'ff, for distributing packages, 20 00

52 L. Sargeant, Com. deaf, dumb and blind, for serI vices in that office,

. 77 26 153 E. S. Camp, Serg't-at-Arms, for services in that I office,

. 147 74 54 Henry É. Janes, for time settling with L. Egerton, 12 83 55 E. P. Walton & Sons, for State printing and staI tionery, .

. 486 08 56 J. T. Marston, for newspapers for legislature, 19 70 57 C. L. Knapp, Sec. State, for postage &c., : 13 98 58 E S. Camp, Serg't-at-Arms, for services in that I office, . . .

147 23 59 Same, for like services, . . . 115 64 60 E. P. Walton & Sons, for stationery, printing, &c. 599 47 61 E. S. Camp, Serg't-at-arms. for paid attendants on State House, .

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279 00 62 C. L. Knapp, for newspapers for legislature, 3 20 63 Esec Atwood, jailor, for clothing State prisoners, 20 30 64 Same, for boarding Stato prisoners,

73 76 65 Anson Davis, jailor, for boarding State prisoners, 81 82 Dec. 5, 66 L. S. Noble, jailor, for like service,

74 24 67 John C. Haswell, for State printing, . . 22 76 68 John Currier, sh'ff, for boarding State prisoners, 17 06 169 Robinson & Southmade, for State printing, 15 00

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