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REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR OF THE MINT-('ontinued.

Deposits of foreign gold coin..

Deposits of jewelers' bars..

Redeposits of gold bullion.-

Deposits and purchases of silver-

Uncurrent domestic silver coin for recoinage

Deposits of foreign silver bullion..

Deposits of foreign silver coin.

Redeposits of silver bullion.-

Recapitulation of gold and silver deposits.

Deposits of gold since 1873.--.

Deposits of silver at United States mints and assay offices since 1885-

Coinage of the United States -

Coinage by the United States for foreign countries.

Coinage of the United States, weight and value since 1873.

Recoinage of standard silver dollars.--

Recoinage of uncurrent coin --

Bars manufactured

Work of Government refineries ---

Silver bullion on which charges were collected -

Purchase of silver

Balances of silver bullion.-

Market price of silver, fiscal year 1906.-

Distribution of silver dollars..

Seigniorage on silver coinage.

Appropriations and expenditures.

Appropriations and expenditures of the office of the Director of the

Mint, fiscal year 1906_-

Earnings and expenditures, mints and assay offices.

Classified statement of expenditures

Laboratory of the Bureau of the Mint-

Proceedings of the Assay Commission, calendar year 1906_

Operations of the mint of the United States at-

Philadelphia, Pa

San Francisco, Cal.

New Orleans, Lac-.

Denver, Colo

Carson, Nev., conducted as an assay office...

Operations of the assay office of the United States at-

New York, N. Y

Boise, Idaho

Helena, Mont

Charlotte, N. C

St. Louis, Mo...

Deadwood, S. Dak

Seattle, Wash

Quantity of metal operated upon, wastage, and loss, fiscal year 1906_

Bullion operations, legal allowance and wastage, fiscal year 1906..

Summary of the work of the minor assay offices.-

Melts of gold and silver for ingots made and condemned.

Receipts and disposition of gold bullion, 1906_

Movement of gold from port of New York.

Net exports United States gold coin.-

Stock of money in the United States.

Ownership of metallie stock ---

Stock and location of the metallic and paper money in the United

States

Stock of gold and silver in the United States since 1873_

United States gold coin in Canada.

World's stock of money December 31, 1905.

Gold and silver used in the industrial arts in the United States, 1905

Exchange of gold bars for gold coin.---

World's industrial consumption of precious metals, 1905_

Production of gold and silver in the United States in 1905.

World's production, 1903, 1904, and 1905..

World's coinage, 1903, 1904, and 1905..

Tables accompanying the report of the Director of the Mint.

No. 1.-Domestic production, deposits and purchases of gold, by

weight

300

No. 2.–Domestic production, deposits and purchases of gold, by

value

302

No. 3.–Domestic production, deposits and purchases of silver, by

weight

304

No. 4.–Domestic production, deposits and purchases of silver, by

value

306

No. 5.—Bars manufactured, by weight

308

No. 6.–Bars manufactured, by value_-

308

No. 7.-Uncurrent domestic coins, by denominations and face values,
received from the Treasury and purchased over the coun-

310

No. 8.-Assets and liabilities, tiscal year 1906.

312

No. 9.-Earnings and expenditures, fiscal year 1906.

314

No. 15.—Recapitulation of imports and exports.

316

No, 16.--Transit and transshipment of gold and silver.

316

No. 17.-Seigniorage on silver, fiscal year 1906.

317

No. 18.--Average price of an ounce of gold in London and equivalent

value in United States since 1870.

No, 19.—Bullion value of the silver dollar at the annual average

price of silver from 1837.---

318

No. 20.—Production of gold and silver in the United States since 1792,

by years.

319

No. 21.—Coinage of nations, 1903, 1904, and 1903_

320

No. 22.—World's production of gold and silver, 1903, 1904, and 1905_ 321

No. 23.—Production of gold and silver in the world since 1493, fine

ounces and values.

324

No. 25.–Authority for coining, changes in weight and fineness, and

amount coined of each coin-

325

No. 26.—Coinage of the United States, from organization of mint. 326

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.

339-408

Condition of national banks_

339

Loans and discounts.

341

Reserve

342

Relation of capital to other items.

343

Rates for money.

344

(apital, bonds, and circulation---

345

Classification of banks by capital stock

346

Notes received for redemption---

348

Profit on circulation.-

349

Banks without circulation.

349

Earnings and dividends.

319

Expenses

350

Gain on national-bank notes not presented for redemption-

350

Changes in corporate titles.-

351

Extension of corporate existence..

351

Liquidations and consolidations..

352

Insolvent national banks.-

Receiverships terminated

356

Organization of national banks.

359

Organizers of national banks..

362

State, savings, and private banks and loan and trust companies.. 362

Consolidated returns from State, savings, and private banks and loan

and trust companies.

364

Savings banks..

365

Mutual savings banks.

366

REPORT OF THE COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY-Continued.

Page.

Stock savings banks_

368

Interest rates paid by savings banks.

369

State and private bank failures_

370

Deposits

371

Proportion of individual deposits held by the various classes of

banks

373

Bank resources.

374

Growth of banking in the United States..

375

Banks and banking in the island possessions :

Philippines

376

Porto Rico

377

Haiwaii

377

Building and loan associations.

378

School savings banks_

379

Money in the United States..

379

Foreign banks of issue

384

Foreign savings banks.

386

Banking power of the world..

389

Monetary systems and stock of money in the principal countries of

the world.

390

Clearing-house exchanges.

390

Annual report

392

Digest of bank cases..

392

Amendments to the national-bank act..

392

Savings banks in the District of Columbia

393

Bank examinations-

395

Currency reform---

39.

General uses of money or currency in modern business_

398

Essential difference between a bank-deposit credit and a bank-

note credit

398

Gold-reserve bank notes.

399

Redemption

400

Safety of gold-reserye notes.

402

Graduated taxation of notes.--

403

No danger of inflation or speculation.

405

REPORT OF THE REGISTER OF THE TREASURY-

409-429

Duties of the Register.

409

Division of loans...

409

Bonds received and issued during the year ended June 30.

410

Bonds canceled during the year ended June 30, 1906_

411

Summary statement showing disposition of unissued bonds.

115

Bonds refunded at 2 per cent.

412

Loans of the Philippine Islands-

412

Destruction of surplus bonds...

413

Dividends of interest prepared on registered bonds_

414

Unissued bonds on hand, office of the Register, June 30, 1906_

411

Summary statement showing disposition of unissued bonds.

415

Spanish indemnity certificates

415

Packages received and sent.

416

Division of notes, coupons, and currency.

416

Coupon bonds.

416

Exchanged, redeemed, and transferred coupon bonds_

417

('oupons

417

Place of payment, number, and amount of coupons received during

the year---

418

Number and amount of coupons on file_.

420

Currency

421

Different classes of notes received and destroyed.

422

Gold certificates

423

Interest checks

423

Place of payment, number, and amount of interest checks received

during the year.-

424

Redeemed interest checks and vouchers on file.

426

Issue, redemption, and outstanding of various old issues of the Gov-

ernment at the close of the year---

426

ANNUAL REPORT ON THE FINANCES.

TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Washington, D. C., December 5, 1906.

SIR: I have the honor to submit the following report:

RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES.

Fiscal year 1906.

The revenues of the Government from all sources (by warrants) for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1906, were: From customs...

$300, 251, 877.77 From internal revenue

249, 150, 212.91 From revenues of the District of Columbia.

5,993,018. 96 From sales of public lands...

4, 879, 833.65 From fees-consular, letters patent, and lands..

4,434, 369.92 From sales of Indian lands, proceeds of Indian labor, etc.

4,777, 009.21 From navy pension, navy buspital, clothing, and deposit funds. 3,038, 468.77 From profits on coinage, bullion deposits, etc.

2,918, 344. 35 From tax on circulation of national banks.

2, 334.072.84 From immigrant fund....

2, 294,094.93 From trust funds, Department of State

1,533, 592.02 From sales of Government property..

1, 169, 876.72 From payment of interest by Pacific railways..

971, 393.47 From miscellaneous...

1, 205,055.91 From customs and navigation fees, fines, penalties, etc.

850, 083.18 From forest reserve fund..

812, 120.24 From Soldiers' Home permanent fund.

578, 936.53 From judicial fees, fines, penalties, etc.

556, 835.83 From sale of lands, buildings, etc..

264, 044.15 From deposits for surveying public lands.

251, 583.84 From sales of ordnance material

210, 589.31 From Alaska fund, act January 27, 1905.

160, 660.28 From tax on sealskins....

146, 912.80 From depredations on public lands.

74,597.32 From license fees, etc., Territory of Alaska

46,369.37 From Spanish indemnity..

28,500.00 From part payment Central Pacific Railroad indebtedness.

5,521, 667.39

From postal revenues

594, 454, 121.67 167, 932, 782.95

Total receipts..

762, 386, 904.62

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