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Number of teachers (including assistants), men

wbite, 727; colored, 213; total...... Women-white, 1,905; colored, 367; total..

940

2,272

Total......

3,212

Average number of months schools were open...8.8
Amount receive from State school tax (white

schools) free school fund and academic dona-
tions.......
Increase in 1899..

$43,415 58 Amount received from State school tax appropriated to colored schools.

Increase in 1899 ....

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Amount paid for building, repairing and furnishing school houses.....

$176,725 87 Increase in 1899....

$73,547 47

Amount paid for books and stationery....

Decrease in 1899.....

$64,651 41

$3,863 41

Amount paid for supervision and office expenses.. $45,145 62

Increase in 1899..........

$1,208 39

Amount paid for incidental expenses, including rent and fuel.....

Increase in 1899

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Total expenses for public school purposes in the counties.

$1,592,047 02 Increase in 1899

$40,958 71

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STATE TABLES.

STATE TABLES.

The State tables annexed present the usual summary of interesting facts.

Table “A” shows the population of Maryland by counties and the number of white and colored, according to the census

of 1890.

Table "B" shows the population between five and twenty and the quarterly distribution of the State school tax to the white schools of the several counties and the city of Balti

more.

Table "C" shows the colored population between five and twenty, and the quarterly distribution of the State school tax to colored schools of the several counties and the city of Baltimore.

Table "D" shows the assessed value of the property subject to taxation in the several counties, with the amounts, as "State School Tax," "Free School Fund,” “Academic Fund,” “Appropriation to Colored Schools," and the “County School Tax."

Table “E” shows receipts from all sources, with the totals, (including balances carried over.)

Table “F” shows the expenditures of the several counties under the items of teachers' salaries, incidental expenses, books and stationery, building, repairing and furniture, supervision and office expenses, miscellaneous, interest, indebtedness paid, with the balance on hand and totals.

Table “G” shows the number of pupils in the primary grades, and the number studying special branches.

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