|General Account of Receipts and Expenditures of Public Monies, Commencing the 1st. of January 1792, and Ending the 31st. December 1792.|
|1792.||Dollars. Cts.||1792.||Dollars Cts.|
|September 30th.||To the amount of Expenditures from the 1st. of January, to the 30th. of September 1792, agreeably to the Treasurer’s Accounts settled at the Treasury, copies of which have been by him transmitted to the House of Representatives, Viz:||January 1st.||By balance in the treasury, agreeably to the general Statement of receipts and expenditures to the end of the year 1791||973.905. 75.|
|Decemr. 31.||By amount of monies received into the treasury, from the first day of January 1792, to this date. Viz:|
|In the Quarter ending the 31st. of March, 1792||1.191.909. 38.||For balances due by sundry persons on monies advanced to them under the present government||5.629. 88.|
|* In the Quarter ending the 30th. of June, 1792||3.552.430 25.|
|* In the Quarter ending the 30th. of September, 1792||2.972.759. 81.||For balances due by sundry persons on accounts which originated under the late government||4.702. 82.|
|December 31st.||To the account of Expenditures, from the 1st. of October, to the 31st. of December 1792, agreeably to the Treasurer’s Accounts rendered for settlement||1.250,592. 61.||For arms and accoutrements sold to the State of South Carolina out of the public stores, by direction of the President||4.240.|
|Balance remaining in the hands of the Treasurer,||783.444 51.||For amount received for fines, penalties and forfeitures||118.|
|For amount received on account of a loan of 523.500 dollars, made by the Bank of the United States, in pursuance of an Act passed on the 2d. day of May 179241||400.000.|
|For amount of a loan made by the Bank of North America, without interest, for the use of the department of War||156.595. 56.|
|For amount received on account of proceeds of Bills of exchange drawn by the Treasurer, on the Commissioners in Amsterdam||549,902. 89.|
|For the value of Bills of exchange, drawn by the Treasurer, on the|
|Commissioners in Amsterdam, for the purpose of effecting a subscription to the Capital Stock of the Bank of the United States, agreeably to an Act passed February 25th: 179142||2.000.000.|
|For amount of a loan obtained from the Bank of the United States, agreeably to the last mentioned Act||2.000.000.|
|For the excess of the first half yearly dividend on the capital stock of the Bank of the United States, held by the United States, beyond the interest payable to the Bank||8.028.|
|For amount received from sundry Supervisors, on account of duties on distilled Spirits||208.942. 81.|
|For amount received from the Collectors of the Customs, on account of duties on imports and tonnage||3.443.070. 85.|
|9.751.136. 56||9.751.136. 56.|
Register’s Office, January 28th. 1793.
Stated by, … Joseph Nourse, Register.
41. Section 15 of “An Act for raising a farther sum of money for the protection of the frontiers, and for other purposes therein mentioned” provided “That the sum of one hundred and fifty thousand dollars, out of the surplus of the duties, which accrued to the end of the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety-one, and a farther sum of five hundred and twenty-three thousand five hundred dollars, out of the surplus of the duties hereby established as the same shall accrue, making together the sum of six hundred and seventy-three thousand five hundred dollars, shall be, and are hereby appropriated and applied, in addition to any former appropriation for the military establishment of the United States” (1 Stat. description begins The Public Statutes at Large of the United States of America (Boston, 1845). description ends 259–63).
42. See note 38.