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Amount brought forward,
Rainsford Island Buildings,
Repairing House of Correotion,
Scollay's Building,
Shawmut Avenue Extension,
Soldiers' Relief,
Suffolk Street District,
Ticknor Bequest,
Water Street Grade Damages,
Water Tanks, City Hospital,
Water to Deer Island,
Water Works, Wards 13, 14, 15 and 16,
West Boston and Cragie's Bridges,
Widening and Grading Dudley and other streets,
Widening Eliot Street,
Widening Federal Street,
Widening Hanover Street,
Widening Hanover Street, No. 2,
Widening Kingston Street,
Widening Tremont Street,

$1,541,593 40

4,100 00 48,000 00 134,879 50

16,152 60 147,355 93 389,021 93

2,060 51 41,835 18 5,000 00

3,289 31 107,044 96 36,065 61 44,792 08 23,712 72

1,103 03 161,264 73 89,504 76 97,195 53 6,319 74

$2,900,291 52

ADVANCED BY TREASURER FROM THE BALANCBS IN THE TREASURY.

Oliver Street,

$9,663 40

TRANSFERS OF APPROPRIATIONS.

The following are the TRANSFERS, referred to in the preceding table of Appropriations and Payments, from the RESERVED FUND:

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To the appropriation for East Boston Ferries,

Repairing House of Correction,
Fire Department,
Engine House No. 15,
School Houses, Public Buildings,
Salaries,
Sewers,
Health,
Additional Supply of Water,
Fire Alarm Department,
Bridges,
Charles River and Warren Bridges,
Inspection of Buildings,
Poor House Estate, Ward 16,
City Hospital,
Police Station House, District No. 9,
Stony Brook Land,

$50,000 00
48,000 00
40,000 00
25,000 00
20,895 72
19,000 00
18,474 61
14,000 00
10,000 00
9,045 89
8,000 00
7,500 00
6,471 39
6,000 00
5,000 00
5,000 00
2,000 00

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Amount carried forward,

$294,787 61

Amount brought forward,

Roxbury Latin School,
Water Tanks, City Hospital,
Bell Tower, Lewis School House,
Commercial Point Bridge,

$294,787 61

1,500 00 1,481 05 1,400 00

831 34

$300,000 00

From the appropriation for INTEREST AND PREMIUM:-
To the appropriation for Smith Estate, Bulfinch Street,

Public Library Building,
Rainsford Island,
Rebuilding Lyman School House,
New Water Pipes, East Boston,
Hose House, South Boston,

$55,000 00 50,000 00 40,000 00 35,000 00 21,000 00 20,000 00

$221,000 00

From the appropriation for PAVING:
To the appropriation for Engine House No. 4, etc.,

$59,000 00

From the appropriation for WATER WORKS, INTEREST AND PREMIUM:
To the appropriation for Grammar School House Lot, L Street,

Police Station House, District No. 9,
Water Works,
Engine House No. 4, etc.,

$26,000 00

5,000 00 3,120 11 1,000 00

$35,120 11

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From the appropriation for PUBLIC BUILDINGS:-
To the appropriation for Engine House No. 15,

Engine and Hose House, Tremont Street,
Re-building Lyman School House,

$1,816 44 1,267 24

987 67

$4,071 35

From the appropriation for CITY HOSPITAL:
To the appropriation for Water Tanks, City Hospital,

$3,518 95

From the appropriation for PUBLIC LANDS:-
To the appropriation for Commercial Point Bridge,

Widening Federal Street Bridge,

$2,790 28

484 25

$3,274 53

From the appropriation for SCHOOL INSTRUCTORS:-
To the appropriation for School Expenses, School Committee,

Salaries Officers, School Committee,

$1,743 46

781 66

$2,525 12

From the appropriation for HOUSE OF INDUSTRY:To the appropriation for Quarantine Department,

$785 81

Now Work Shop, Deer Island,
Receiving House, Deer Island,

463 86

315 28

$1,564 95

From the appropriation for INCIDENTAL EXPENSES:To the appropriation for Contingent Funds,

$1,000 00

From the appropriation for SURVEYOR'S DEPARTMENT:To the appropriation for Survey of Roxbury,

Survey of Dorchester,

$620 33

169 06

$789 39 SOURCES OF REVENUE,

ESTIMATED AND ACTUAL INCOME AND TAXES.

CITY AND COUNTY.

1871-72.

Statement, in brief, of the Estimated Income, including Taxes of the CITY OF BOSTON and the COUNTY OF SUFFOLK, for the financial year. 1871-72, with an account of the Actual Income and Taxes received during that year, showing an excess from Income and Taxes, over the estimated amount, which has been carried to the Sinking Fund for the redemption of the debt of the city, of $636,715.61.

Estimated In

Actual Income and Taxes. come and Taxes.

$10,000 00

3,500 00

3,000 00

4,400 00 1,000 00

37,655 00

Armories
Cemeteries.
Charles River and Warren Bridges
Chestnut Hill Reservoir
City Hospital
City of Roxbury
Common
East Boston Terries
Fees
Fire Alarm Department
Fire Department.
Hay Scales.
Health Department
Incidental Expenses
Interest
Lamps
Militia Bounty
Overseers of the Poor
Paving, etc.
Peddlers' Licenses
Police
Public Buildings
Public Institutions.
Public Library
Rents
Sealers of Weights and Measures
Sewers
Schools
School-houses

30,000 00

$9,470 00

600 00

400 00 1,265 37 4,393 83

586 40 3,381 51 184,600 00 5,724 25

700 00 1,772 10 1,228 80 47,358 15

44 50 98,281 05

8 00 38,038 50 23,293 69 8,560 78

930 00 9,385 61

940 00 107,444 40

1,472 44 119,139 72

110 00 52,318 19 26,704 94

155 04

50.000 00
15,300 00
20,000 00

1

7,850 00

60,000 00

1,000 00
100,000 00

40,000 00
22,000 00

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Amounts carried forward

$405,705 00

$748.307 27

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$636,715 61

Excess of actual income and taxes, as given above,
Excess of appropriations over actual payments, as

per statement on page 51,

257,401 08

1

Total amount carried to the Sinking Funds for

the redemption of the debt of the City,

$894,116 69

The above amount of $894,116.69 resulting from the actual business of the year, has been paid to the Commissioners on the Sinking Funds, in conformity with the requirements of the ninth section of the Ordinance on Finance, Revised Ordinances of 1869, page 217, and the Ordinance in relation to Finance of Dec. 24, 1870. These ordinances require that any excess of income over the original estimated income, or any excess of appropriations over the actual payments, shall be paid to the Commissioners on the Sinking Funds, and be applied towards the extinction of the debt, and to no other purpose whatever.

The Ordinance on Finance of 1869, provides that no money shall be drawn for by the Mayor and Auditor, or be paid by the Treasurer, unless the same has been previously appro

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