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No. 1. Summary statement of aggregate receipts by classes.

2. Detailed statement of receipts from Class A-Articles subject to ad valorem tax.
3.

B-Licenses.
4.

C-Articles subject to specific taxes. 5.

D-Dividends, &c.
6.

Stamps.
7. Statement exhibiting the receipts from the several States and Territories.
8. Statement exhibiting the cost of assessing the Internal Revenue.

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No. 1. Summary Statement of Internal Revenue collected for the Year ending June 30, 1863. Collected from Class A,-- Articles on which an ad valorem tax is levied... B,-Licenses......

$14,074,945 33 C,-Enumerated articles subject to specific duties..

6,830,817 33 D.-Dividends, &c. of banks, railroad companies, &c..

13,336,093 30 the sale of stamps.....

1,910,936 97 the tax on salaries of United States officers...

4,138,950 33

696,181 71 Total to June 30, 1863......

$40,993,954 97

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The recefpts to Aug. 31, 1863, wero ......................
The receipts to Sept. 30, 1863, were...
The receipts from stamps alone, to the 30th of September, 1863, were..

$47,489,473 03 53,625,678 46

6,989,668 48

No. 2.

Collections of Internal Revenue.-Class A. Statement showing the amount of Revenue collected in the year ending June 30, 1863, on each description

of Articles on which an AD VALOREM tax is levied. [Explanatiou of abbreviations -m. 8.0.p. means "manufactures not otherwise provided for;" D.O. p. means “not otherwise provided for;" and the figures enclosed in brackets, thus (38), designate the duty.) Auction sales [it of 1 ]. ......... $61,004 | Incomes from U.$. securities (112]. $3,657 Advertisements (3]. 40,629 India-rubber (m.n. o. p.) [3]..

112,700 Binder's board (3)... 6,466 Iron (m. n.o p.) (3).

960,082 Bono (m. n.o.p.) (3). 3,880 Ivory (m. n. o.p.) (3 +).

8,684 Brass (m. n. o.p.) [3]. 171,624 Jute (m. n. o.p.) (37).

1,010 Brass, copper, yellow-metal, rods, or

Kid-skins [42]... sheets (1 .. 8,403 Lead (m. n.o.p.)(3P)..

54,614 Bristles (m. 1. o.p.) [3 p]. 9,635 Leather (m. n. o.p.) (37)...

1,342,686 Bridges (tolls) (3)..

18,074 Legacies to parent, child, &c. [1 ). 25,869 Calf-skins, American patent (57). 1,132 Legacies to nephew, niece, &c. [142]...

11,333 Candles (3 ?).. 117,133 Legacies to uncle, &c. [3 ].....

635 Clocks, &c., and movements [3]. 17,771 Legacies to great-uncle, &c. [4].........

286 Cloth, all textile, knitted, or felted

Legacies to corporations, strangers, &c. fabrics other than cotton or wool,

[5]....

18,470 unprepared (3 ?).... 11,256 Marine engines (3 7).

229 Clothing, custom-made (1 7). 31,241 Morocco-skins (+8)...

63,133 Confectionery worth 40 cents per pound

Manufacturers (ni. n. o.p.) (3 e);

3,186,672 [5); 2,486 Paints and painters' colors (5)

20,120 Cotton (m. n. o.p.) [3 ]... 679,976 Paper [3].

301,472 Copper (m. n.o. p.) [3]... 80,984 Parasols (8P.

49,735 Cotton cloths, unprepared [3]... 920,071 | Pasteboard (3)

3,497 Diamonds, &c. [3]... 65,948 Paper (m. n. o.p.) (33).

149,759 Express business [2]. 2,681 Pickles [5).

9,982 Perry-boats, tolls (11). 20,852 Pins [6 7).

15,403 Flax (m. n. o.p.) [3].

29,073 Pottery-ware (3 7] Furs (3) 78,852 Preserved fruits in cans (5 p).

24,442 Glass (3) 138,908 Preserved meats in cans (6)..

9,146 Goat-skins (42)

26,815 Preserved fish and shell-fish in cans Gold (m. n. o.p.) [3 ?)... 19.650 [57]....

18,962 Gutta-percha (m. n. 6. p.) [3 a).

5,087 Railroads, on passengers [3 ]............ 1,020,288 Hemp (m. n. o.p.) [3]

89,652 Railroads (horse-roads), on passengers Hog-skins (4.a) 1,165 (15 p)...

77,529 Horse-skins (4)..

1,163 Sails, awnings, tents, &c. [8P]............ 3,77! Hoso, conducting [37). 1,489 Sheep-skins (47).

48,441 Hom (m. n. o.p.) 3 Incomes ($600 to $10,000) (3).

5,644 Ships, &c. (2P).. 172,770 Silk (m. 1.0.p.) (3 .

44,167 Incomes (over $10,000) [6 a). 277,462 | Silver (m. n.o. p.) 3...

18,513 mes of citizens abroad (5).

1,872 | Steamboats (on passengers) (3 ... 130,620

22,962

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Steel (m. n. o.p.) 13 al..

$149,226 | Wool (m. n. o.p.) (37)............ $1,433,465 Sugar refiners (on sales) (14 ].......... 93,418 Worsted (m. n.o. p) B....,

48,131 Tin (n. D. 0. p.) 3 8]...

148,205 Wool (cloths unprepared) 13 7). 398,434 Varnish (5) 40,131 Zinc (mu B.v.p.) 13).

3,434 Willow (m. n. o.p.) (3 7.].. 2,461 Penaltius............

1,413 Wood (m. n. o.p.) (37).

832,141

Total collected from Class A.........$14,074,915

No. 3. Collections of Internal Revenue. Class B. (Licenses.) Statement showing the amount of Revenue collected in the year ending June 30, 1863, on account of each

description of Licenses. Apothecaries ($10 each).. $27,308 | Hotels, 8th class ($5 each.....

$45,983 Architects and civil engineers ($10

Insurance agents ($10 each)............. 1,896 each) 1,555 Jugglers (320 each

738 Auctioneers ($20 each )......... 49,092 Lawyers ($10 each).

142,900 Bankers (3100 each......

90,868 Livery-stable keepers ($10 each).... 51,619 Besers (350 each

42,285 Lottery-ticket dealers $1000 each)...... 10,250 Breness of less than 500 barrels per

Manufacturers ($10 each )............. 463,630 42000 ($25 each).... 28,566 Patent agents ($10 each

448 Killiam-rooms ($5 each table]; 34,120 Pawnbrokers ($50 each).

9,496 Bowling-alleys (35 each alloy) 6.873 Peddlers, lnt class ($20 cach)..

3,733 Brokers, mouey, &c. ($50 each). 105,096 Peddlers, 2d class ($15 each).

71,474 Brukers, commercial (850 each.. 149,869 | Peddlers, 3d class ($10 each)

173,887 Brokers, land-warrant ($25 each.... 1,053 | Peddlers, Ath class ($5 each

22,464 Bookers, cattle (310 each...

98,091 | Peddlery of dry goods in original packBuilders and contractors (325 each)...... 6,615 ago ($50 eachi)........

9,75+ Butcher, retail (310 each.... 1,812 Peddlers of jewelry ($25 each)..

6,144 Barclan hawkers) ($5 each)..

312 Photographers (receipt: $500 per anCirca 350 each]....... 1,519 num) ($10 each )........

21,812 Clain ageats (310 each)...

18,731 Photographers (receipts $1000 per anCaleni distillers (330 each). 14,455 num) ($15 each)..........

10,329 Coafectiouers (310 each).

5,121 Photographers (receipts over $1000 per Datets $10 each]; 28,382 imum) ($25 each).

12,718 Debillers $50 each 12,117" Physicians ($10 ench)..

238,383 Disters of less than 300 barrels per

Rectifiers (25 for 500 barrels).

45,994 alpon 3 each). 16,531 | Retail dealers ($10 ench)

1,227,912 culiers of apples and peachos, &c.

Retail dealers, liquor ($20 each).... ..... 1,477,754 31230 and 325) 9,982 Soup-makers ($10 each).

8-12 Fating-houses (310 each)..

27,259 Stallions and jacks ($10 each licensel... 45,985 Lučivations (0.0.p.) 310 each)............

1,153 Flerse dealers ($10 eich)....

4,939 Surgeons ($10 each):
19,447 Tallow-chandlers ($10 each)..

1,352 Hicrela, Ist cine ($200 each) 6,250 Theatres ($100 each)......

7,333 Hictels Mi class ($100 each 5,315 Tobacconists ($10 cach).......

7,593 Hotek, 31 class $15 each

8,618 Wholesale dealers (licenso according to Hatels, th class 850 each 26,887 business)

1,315,118 Rrls, sth class (32) each

32,673 | Wholesale dealers, liquor (license acIl siels bars on steamboats) ($25 each). 12,823 cording to business).

384,160 Hoiela, 6th class ($15 each 37,804 Penalties....

12,639 Lite, ith class (310 cach).

78,893

Total collected from Class B........ $6,836,817

No. 4.

Collections of Internal Revenne.-Class C. &atement showing the amount of Revenue collected in the year ending June 30, 1863, from each descrip

tion of Enumerated Articles on which Specific Duties are levied. Ale () cts. per barrel).......

$781,330 Carriages (2-horse) and harness, value
Beer cocts. per barrel).
421,517 $200 ($2 each)..

$85,900 Lager beer (C0 cts. per barrel)....

329,926 Carriages and harness, value $600 ($5
Porter (60 cts. per barrel).
22,310 each

82,662 Billard-tables (310 each) Barytes, salphate of (10 cts. per 100

10,731 Carriages and harnese, value above $600
($10 each).

2,465 pranda)

2,458 Carriages (1-borse) and harnose, value

9,873 Cassia, ground, &c. [1 ct. per 1b.).........

Cattle, slaughtered: $5 21 each)...

122,677 horned, 18 months old (20 ets. each).. 270,16

Cattle, slaughtered:

Leather, rough and sole, from hides calves, &c. [5 cts. each).......

$21,838 from east of Cape of Good Hope huss, weighing 100 lbs. (6 cts. each).. 378,231 (5 mills)....

$15,048 sheep and larubs 3 cts. onch)....... 40,579 rough, &c., oak-tan'd (1 ct. per lb.). 123,651 Cement (liquid glue) (25 cts. per gal.]...

171

rough and sole, hemlock-tanned Chocolate, prepared (1 ct. per Ib......... 5,511 [7 mills)........

180,910 Cigars worth $5 per M. ($1.50 per M.)... 52,210 upper, finished or curried, made in Cigars worth $10 per M. (32 per M.)..... 101,211 the interest of the parties curry. Cigars worth $20 per

M. ($2.50 per M.).. 188,495 ing such leather, not previously Cigars worth over $20 per M. ($3.50

taxed in the rough (1 ct. per lb.)

127,210 per M.]........... 131,673 oil-dressed (2 cts. per Ib..........

5,981 Cocoa, prepared (1 ct. per lb.)............

866

patent or enamelled (5 mills per Coffee, ground, &c. (3 mills per lb.)...... 58,846 sq. ft.)........

21,752 Cotton, raw [t ct. per lb.) ..

351,311 patent japanned splits (4 mills..... 4,367 Confectionery worth 14 cts. per lb. [2

patent or enamelled skirting (14 cts. per 1b.) 102,655 cts.]

313 Confectionery worth 14 to 40 cts. [3 cts.

calf-skins, tanned (6 cts. per skin). 72,309 per lb.}..........

48,684 Lead, white (25 cts. per 100 lbs.).... 23,050 Coal, per ton (3 cts. per ton ........... 318,425 Mineral waters, &c. (1 ct. per qt.-bottle)

833 Cloves, ground, &c. (1 ct. per lh )......... 2,424 Mustard, &c., ground (1 ct. per Ib.]...... 5,018 Deer-skins, dressed, &c. (2 cts. per lb.).. 120 Oil, lard (2 cts. per gal.]...

56,252 Distilled spirits, 1st proof (20 cts. per

mustard-seed (2 cts. per gal.].....

315 gal.]... 3,229,991 linseed (2 cts. per gal.]....

53,349 Gas (5 cts. per M. cubic feet]............... 21,224 animal and vegetable (n. 0.p.) (2 Gas (10 cts. per M. feet).... 88,413 cts. per gal.]....

5,274 Gas (15 cts. per M. feet]...... 325,964 coal [10 cts. per gal.].....

.643,627 Gelatine, solid (5 mills per lb.)... 341 coal, refined 18 cts. per gal............

6,335 Ginger, ground, &c. [1 ct. per Ib.).... 4,552 Passports (33 each)...

363 Glue, líquid (25 cts. per gal.].......

90 Pepper, &c., ground [1 ct. per lb.)......... 15,502 Glue, solid (5 mills per lb.)...

8,958 Pimento, &c., ground (1 ct. per lb.)....... 6,108 Gold-leaf (15 cts. per pack].... 1,785 Plate of gold (50 cts. per oz......

52 Gunpowder worth 18 cts. per lb. (5 mills

Plate of silver (3 cts, per oz.

108,684 per lb.)..

22,884 Saleratus and bicarb. soda (5 mills per Gunpowder worth 18 to 30 cts. [1 ct.

Ib.]

23,003 55,364 Salt (4 cts. per 100 lbs.)....

118,579 Gunpowder worth more than 30 cts. [6

Scrows, wood [16 cts. per Ib...........

28,700 cts. per Ib.). 449 Snuff (20 cts. per 1b.)...

84,466 Iron, railrond ($1.50 per ton)...

78,750 Soap, Castile, erasive, and palm oil, railroad, rerolled (75 cts. per ton) 66,336 valued not above 3cents (1 mili band, hoop, and sheet, No. 18

per 1b.)..........

2,287 ($1.50 per ton).........

46,691 Castile, erasive, and palm-oil,valued band, hoop, and sheet, finer than

above 3} cents per ll. (5 mills
No. 18 ($2 per ton....

19,926
per lb.).......

84,895 plato, ($1.50 per tun]... 47,206 fancy [2 cts. per lb.).......

17,475 plato, less than $2 per ton)....... 5,015 all other kinds, except soft-soap, advanced beyond slabs, blooms, or

&c., valued not above 3} cents loops, and not beyond bars or

per lb. (1 mill per lb.]

7,366 rous (31.50 per ton).......

180,549 all other kinds, except, &c., valued castings for building ($1 per ton). 33,991 above 3} cents per lb. (6 mills)...

154,383 castings over 10 lbs. in weight (n.

Starch, potato (1 mill per lb.)..

3,916 0.p.) ($1.50 per ton... 10,354 corn or wheat (14 mills per Ib......

11,764 cut nails and spikes (52 per ton... 110,905 Steel, in ingots, bars, sheets, or wire, rivets, 4 in.; nuts, wrought; rail

not less than 4 inch (81, 85, $10, per road chairs, bolts, and horse

ton, according to value)............ 40,657 shoes (32 per ton).. 4,248 Stoves ($1.50 per ton)........

40,605 rivets, over in., &c., made from

Sugar, brown, Muscovado, or clarified, iron on which a duty has been

produced directly from the cane, other paid (50 cts. per ton)..

2,564 than that produced by the refiner bars, rods, bands, hoops, sheets,

(2 cts. per lb.)........

261,045 plates, nails, and spikes mado

Tobacco, cavendish, plug, twist, finefrom iron on which a tax of

cut, and manufactured of all descrip$1.50 per ton has been paid (50

tions (1.0.p.) (15 cts. per lb.)........... 2,243,963 cts. per ton).

11,370 Tobacco, smoking (5 cts. per 1b.]......... 332,926 hollow-ware ($1.50 per ton). 39,347 Wine, grape 6 cts. per gal.]............ 10,907 Leather, bend and butt (1 ct. per Ib.]... 2,703 Yachts (85, $10, $20, &c., according to harness [7 mills per lb.).. 45,130 value)

2,460 harness from hides from east of

Zinc, oxide of (25 cts. per 100 lbs.]....... 15,806
Cape of Good Hope (5 mills).....
Penalties......

13,118 offal and damaged (5 mills)........ 39,261

Total collected from Class C.........$13,330,033

per Ib.

No. 5. Collection of Internal Revenue.-Class D. (Dividends, &o.) Satement showing the amount collected in the year ending June 30, 1863, from each description of

subjects in Class D,- Dividends, Interest, &c. Banks, dividends...

$766,605 85 Canal companies, dividends...... $2,291 22 Insurance companies, dividends....... 225,485 44 Canal companies, interest on bonds.. 1,919 18 Insurance companies, premiums.... 321,001 69 Turnpike companies, dividends........ 1,048 16 Railroad companies, dividends... 338,533 49 Turnpike companies, int. on bonds... Railroad companies, int, on bonds.... 253,998 72

Total collected from Class D...... $1,910,936 97

No. 6. TABLE showing the Revenue derived in the year ending Sept. 30, 1863, from each description of Stamps, and the total Revenue from the same; also the Number, Value, Relative Proportion, and Relative Value

of each description of Stamp sold during the year ending September 30, 1863.

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Express..
Telegraph
Play-cards...
Proprietary
Private Dies
Bank Checks..
Certificates...
Inland Exchange
Foreign Exchange
Agreements
Bill Lading....
Contract...
Power of Attorney
Bond
Entry of Goods
Fire Insurance...
Life Insurance....
Protest.....
Warehouse Receipt.....
Conveyance..
Mortgage
Lease.....
Passenger Ticket
Probate of Will.
Original Process.
Manifest.
Charter Party

Total..

TABLE showing the Denomination, Number, Value, Relative Proportion, and Relative Value of each

description of Stamp sold during the year ending September 30, 1863.

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99,871,461

8,259,470 108,130,931

6,846,717 62

142,950 83 $6,989,668 45

Total.

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No. 7. PROPORTION IN WHICH THE STATES PAY INTERNAL REVENUE. Statement exhibiting the amount of Internal Revenue paid by each Slate and Territory, on account of

articles on which an ad valorem tar is levied ; Licenses ; Specific Duties on enumerated articles ; Tas on Dividends, dc., and the aggregate paid by each Slate on those accounts, to July 1, 1863.

STATES AXD
TERRITORIES.

CLASS A. CLASS B. CLASS C. CLASS D.
Rev. collected
Rev. collected

Total reven 130

Rev. collected
from articles
from specific

collected inom Rev. collected

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Classes A, B,
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Maine..
New Hampshire.......
Vermont...
Massachusetts...
Rhode Island
Connecticut....
New York...
New Jersey.
Pennsylvania
Delaware.
Maryland
District of Columbia...
Virginia.......
Kentucky
Missouri..
Ohio.........
Indiana...
Illinois.....
Michigan..
Wisconsin
Iowa.
Minnesota.
Kansag...
California
Oregon...
Louisiana.
Nebraska Territory....
New Mexico
Utah
Colorado
Nevnda
Washington

Total....

$285,412 13
341,608 71

105,661 81
3,252,061 71

611,534 81 1,200,122 70 3,414,321 20

592,060 24 1,880,286 70

68.678 70 313,372 14 17,787 69 18,065 33 100,424 99 211,661 81 815,818 81 184,153 96 275,967 73 64,371 00 81.377 90 33,839 76 5,822 88

3,620 87 159,740 22 26,675 42

$118,987 03 $77,227 94

77,566 51 49,537 58 60,212 06 24,051 75 543,667 28 648,746 26

71,893 39 30,772 81
129,451 34 122,373 98
1,617,579 78 3,473,278 47

203,762 61 402,735 89
878,011 00

2,189,041 08
28,790 74 65,615 70
255,447 OS 341,689 89

15,629 51 10,284 29 21,541 36 48.930 17 137,909 46 1,123,024 19 236,857 37 693,224 46 703, 403 63 1,605,270 43 283,769 32 137,120 59 434.990 24 1,268,837 47 171,614 19 107,398 64 180,077 07 140,871 59 153,675 85 89,338 48 45,655 63

8,082 76 27,307 68 7,977 91 3:23,471 27 141,743 01 30,408 33

4,220 61 191 67 154,149 50 10,176 26 1,124 06 8,737 42

580 58 2,578 37 2,638 25 17,786 28 1,519 90 17,465 00 2,633 86

6,203 00 1,148 17 $6,836,817 33 313,336,093 30

$32,999 28 $514,636 38 11,979 29 483,692 09 11,510 22 202,336 44 386,022 61 4,830,500 56

52,749 41 $26,930 42 100.666 83 1,552,614 5 735,859 15 9,211,038 60

28.885 36 1,227,444 10 279,144 47 5,226,486 25

4,382 38 167,467 52 60,897 27 961,406 38 1,648 28 45,319 77 2,579 29 91,116 15 21.413 25 1,382,771 89 22,582 20 1,184,325 90 92,967 85 3,217,480 72 19.861 34 924,904 21 32,797 02 2,012,692 40 1,035 14 341,418 97 6,980 32 409,306 SS 7,108 62 285,962 71

59,561 27

38,906 46 0,877 33

631,831 83

61,304 39 154,341 17 12,338 45 9,318 00 6,140 OG 21,078 85 22,904 60

8.263 40 $1,910,936 97 $36,159,792 93

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RAYK OF THE STATES ARRANGED ACCORDING TO THE Contributions of Internal Rerenue considered ac.

ORDER IN WHICII TUEY CONTRIBUTE INTERNAL cording to the great Geographical and Political
REVENUE.

Dirisions.
New York...... $9,241,039 | Michigan..... $314,419 The six New England States, viz.;
Pennsylvania.. 5,226,486 Iowa...

285,963 Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts. 4,830,501 Vermont .... 202,336 Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and ConOhio ............... 3,217,481 Delaware.... 167,468 necticut, pay in the aggregato..... $8,410,731 Illinois ......... 2.01 2.592 Louisiana..... 151,341 The three middle free States, viz.: Connecticut..... 1,552,615 Virgivia ...... 91,116 New York, New Jersey, and PennsylKentucky........1,352,772 Oregon... 61,304 vania, pay.....

15,694,960 New Jersey..... 1,227,444 Minnesota. 59.561

Total of the Atlantic free States... $24,105,700 Missouri .......... 1,181,326 Dist. Columbia.. 45,350 Maryland....... 961,106 Kansas

38,906

The five border slave States, viz. : Indiana ........

924.001 Nevada Ter....... 22,905 Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, KenRhode Island.. 826,950 Colorado Ter..... 21.079 tucky, and Missouri, pay..

$3,787,058 California ...... 631,832 Nebraska “ 12,338

The eight western States, viz.: Ohio, Maino............ 514,636 N. Mexico Ter.. 9,318

Indiana. Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, N. Hampshire. 483,692 Washington "... 8,263

Iowa, Minnesota, nnd Kansas, pay...... 7,283,134 Wisconsin ...... 409,307 Utah Territory. 6,141

The Pacific States, the Territories, Louisiana, and the District of Columbia, pay....

972,871 Total

$36,158,783

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