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Statement of public moneys, in accordance with Section V, fourth clause, of General Orders, No. 39, dated Quartermaster-General's Office, Washington, D. C., July 1, 1865, of William Myers, brevet brigadier-general and chief quartermaster at Saint Louis, Mo.

On hand July 1, 1864.............................. $55,727.19

Received from officers during the year........... 1,491,650.48

Received from Treasury Department during

the year........................................ 52,711,654.57

Received from sales of property and other

sources during the year......................... 35,000.66

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Total............................................ 54,294,032.90

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Expended during the year......................... 42,576,348.50

Transferred to other officers during the year.... 7,295,626.85

Remaining on hand June 30, 1865................... 4,422,057.55

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Total............................................ 54,294,032.90

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The balance on hand is deposited as follows:

In the First National Bank of Philadelphia....... 264,123.83

With the assistant treasurer of the United

States in New York.............................. 1,078,768.00

With the assistant treasurer of the United

States in Saint Louis........................... 992,763.16

With the Treasurer of the United States in

Washington...................................... 2,080,158.22

In an iron safe in my office..................... 1,106.89

Due the United States Government................. 5,137.45

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On hand July 1, 1864: Proceeds of sales of

captured and contraband property, and

property received from unknown sources.......... 20,919.72

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Remaining on hand June 30, 1865................... 20,919.72

The balance on hand is deposited with the assistant treasurer of the United States in Saint Louis, Mo.

I certify that the above statement is correct.

WILLIAM MYERS,

Brevet Brigadier-General and Chief Quartermaster.

Statement of amount paid on account of rail, river, stage, and wagon transportation by William Myers, brevet brigadier-general and chief quartermaster at Saint Louis, Mo., during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1865.

Kind of Passengers Freight Total

transportation

Railroads $1,163,843.44 $828,938.81 $1,992,782.25

Steam- 852,454.52 4,353,266.96 5,205,721.48

boats,barges, &c.

Stages 4,143.03 ---- 4,143.03

Wagons, &c. 18.00 20,932.28 20,950.28

Total 2,020,458.99 5,203,138.05 7,223,597.04

Kind of transportation Expenditures Grand total

Railroads $267,936.79 $2,260,719.04

Steam-boats,barges, &c. 5,205,254.76 10,410,976.24

Stages

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4,143.03

Wagons, &c. 244,216.21 265,166.49

Total 5,717,407.76 12,941,004.80

But one set of sub-vouchers was received with these accounts, which was forwarded to the Third Auditor of the Treasury Department, Washington, D. C., with the accounts. It is therefore impracticable for me to subdivide the passengers, as required in above form.

I certify that the above statement is correct.

WILLIAM MYERS,

Brevet Brigadier-General and Chief Quartermaster.

No. 108. CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE, Philadelphia Depot, September 28, 1865.

Bvt. Major General M. C. MEIGS,

Quartermaster-General U. S. Army, Washington, D. C.:

GENERAL: In obedience to General Orders, No. 39, Quartermaster- General's Office, current series, I have the honor to inclose herewith my annual report for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1865.