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PHILIP FRANCIS THOMAS,
HENRY E. BATEMAN,
WILLIAM PINKNEY WHYTE,
WILLIAM HENRY PURNELL,
ABRAM LINGAN JARRETT,
SAMUEL SNOWDEN MAFFITT,
HENRY HOLLIDAY GOLDSBOROUGH,
ROBERT J. JUMP.
WILLIAM J. LEONARD,
THOMAS J. KEATING,
J. FRANK TURNER,
L. VICTOR BAUGHMAN,
MARION DEKALB SMITH,
ROBERT P. GRAHAM,
From January 18th, 1898.
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 3rd March, 1885.
JOHN S. GITTINGS, From 3rd 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, Froin 16th February, 1892, to March 11th, 1896.
THOMAS J. SHRYOCK,
From March 11th, 1896.
Comptroller of the Treasury
OF THE ——
STATE OF MARYLAND.
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE,
ANNAPOLIS, January 4, 1900.
To the General Assembly of Maryland :
In pursuance of Section 9 of Article 19 of the Code of Public General Laws, I herewith respectfully submit in detail to your honorable body the financial operations of the Treasury Department for the fiscal year ended September 30, 1899:
Statement "A" shows the total receipts during this period to be $3,791,298.77, to which sum must be added the balance in the Treasury proper, September 30, 1898, of $566,351.30, and cash in the Funds' Account of $102,305,48, joaking the total receipts for the year, including balances, $4,759,955.55. Deducting, however, such balances and the amount to the credit of the Sinking Funds and the Common Free School Fund, the ordinary receipts were $3,791,298.77, or a gain of $695,984.55 over the year previous. But there must be deducted from the year 1898 the sum of $125,000, being the amount received from the account of the Military Emergency Fund, which would make the ordinary receipts for 1899 $820,984.55 in excess of that for 1898. By reference to said Statement "A," however, you will observe there were received $600,000 00 from the Consolidated Loan of 1899, and $78,153.65 from the General Government of the United States, as a repayment to the Military Emergency