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PHILIP FRANCIS THOMAs,
HENRY E. BATEMAN,
WILLIAM PINKNEY WHYTE,
ABRAM LINGAN JARRETT,
* SAMUEL SNOWDEN MAFFITT,
- HENRY HOLLIDAY GOLDSBOROUGH, From 13th January, 1864, to 26th November, 1864.
ROBERT J. JUMP,
WILLIAM J. LEONARD,
MARION DE KALB SMITH,
JAMES S. OWENS, From 24th February, 1852, to 24th February, 1854.
DENNIS CLAUDE, From 24th February, 1854, to 14th February, 1860.
SPRIGG HARWOOD, From 14th February, 1860, to 4th February, 1862.
ROBERT FOWLER, From 4th February, 1862, to 10th February, 1870.
JOHN MERRYMAN, From 10th February, 1870, to 10th February, 1872.
JOHN W. DAVIS, * From 10th February, 1872, to 10th February, 1874.
BARNES COMPTON, From 10th February, 1874, to 3d March, 1885.
JOHN S. GITTINGS, From 3d March, 1885, to 10th February, 1886.
STEVENSON ARCHER, From 10th February, 1886, to 15th April, 1890.
EDWIN H. BROWN, From 17th April, 1890, to 16th February, 1892.
SPENCER C. JONES, From 16th February, 1892, to March 11th, 1896.
THOMAS J. SHRYOCK, From March 11th, 1896, to February 5th, 1900.
MURRAY WAN DIVER,
I herewith respectfully submit to your Honorable body my annual report for the fiscal year ended September 30, 1903, in pursuance of Section 9 of Article 19 of the Code of Public General Laws.
The amount received into the Treasury proper, from all sources during the fiscal year, was $3,636,449.07, as will appear by reference to Statement “A”. This, together with the amount of $1,187,295.68 in the Treasury proper September 30, 1902, aggregates the sum of $4,823,744.75, exclusive of the Fund's account, a detailed statement of which will be fully shown in Statements “E” and “F”. so
The sum of $3,636,449.07 shown in Statement “A” as the receipts into the Treasury proper during the year, does not represent the usual or ordinary receipts accruing to the State, and there should be deducted from this amount the sum of $449,043.16, as will hereafter appear.
First. The Legislature of 1902, by Chapter 200, authorized a new State bond issue of $600,000, to be known as the “State