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Finances.

We have received and disbursed during the past of ‘Current Fund’ as follows:

Receipts.

Subscriptions, advertisements, and sale of Papers,$3,914 09
Borrowed of ‘Special Fund,’255 19
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Total receipts,$4,169 28

Disbursements.

Paid W. Ellis Jones for printing,$1,895 78
Paid Simons & Bro., for binding,662 13
Paid Secretary on account of salary,1,000 00
Porter, expressage, postage, telegrams, stationery, clerk, and sundry office expenses,562 42
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$4,120 33
Balance in the Treasury to credit of the ‘Current Fund,’$48 95

‘Special Fund.’

Receipts from all sources from November 1st, 1882, to October 31st, 1883,$8,705 65
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Disbursements: Paid balance in full of debt due George W. Gary,$406 65
Paid Secretary on account of salary due for years 1877 and 1878 (as shown by reports for those years,)592 61
For reprinting missing numbers,496 50
Binding, insurance and freight on Texas sets,605 78
Temporary loan to ‘Current Fund,’255 19
Paid for agency work,1,740 00
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Total disbursements,$4,096 73
Balance to credit of this fund [deposited in the City Savings Bank, and bearing five per cent. interest,]$4,633 42


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If we add to the amount of funds in hand, the value of the 300 complete sets of Papers, for which we are finding ready sale, mentioned above as worth, unbound, $7,200, and a subscription to our Special Fund of $4,000, already secured from entirely responsible parties, it will be seen that the financial outlook of the Society is decidedly hopeful.

It may be added that the books of the Secretary and the Treasurer show detailed statements of receipts and disbursements, which, sustained by proper vouchers, have been submitted to and passed upon by our Auditing Committee, who also must approve every account before the Treasurer can pay it.


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