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SACRAMENTO, Cal., October 1, 1882.
To his Excellency GEORGE C. PERKINS, Governor of California:
SIR: In compliance with law, I have the honor to submit to you a report of the transactions of the Department of State Printing for the thirty-second and thirty-third fiscal years-the former commencing July 1, 1880, and ending June 30, 1881; and the latter commencing July 1, 1881, and ending June 30, 1882.
The following statement shows the appropriations made by the Legislature for the support of the Department during the thirtysecond fiscal year, and the amount expended:
Appropriations- Warrants drawn.
Appropriation April 16, 1880.
Warrants drawn to July 1, 1881.
Balance remaining in State Treasury.
$108,000 00 5,000 00
$113,000 00 112,959 01
It will be borne in mind that during this year there were two sessions of the Legislature-one regular and the other special-in addition to which an appropriation of $18,000 was made for the printing of the Debates of the Constitutional Convention, and very large demands were made upon the Printing Department by the thirty-two State officers and Commissions entitled to have work done. As the copy for the "Debates" came in rather slowly, we were unable to get out more than one volume during this year, the remainder being published a few months later.
Table B gives an itemized account of the expenditures. This will be seen to include $1,425 88 for improvements to the State Printing Office. The $4,000 appropriated by the Legislature to put the office in proper condition proved insufficient, and the Board of Exammers deemed it advisable that the deficiency should be paid out of Printing Department Fund.
Salaries of employés.
Binding, folding, ruling, and stitching
Expenditures from July 1, 1880, to June 30, 1881.
Lumber, carpenter work, stands, etc..
Boarding horses, shoeing, repairing harness, etc..
Wagon and repairs.--
Freight, postage, telegrams, labor, etc..
Balance unexpended in State Treasury
Califo Deaf, Fish C Gover Harbo
Superi State State I State I State F
During the year, I received from the sale of old material of various kinds belonging to the office, but no longer serviceable to it, the sum of $263, which was subsequently expended as follows: Earth for filling in grounds, $150; stereotyping, $33; paint, $5; lumber and carpenter work, in changing woodshed into a serviceable barn, $75. The filling in of the lot was rendered necessary by the fact that the cesspool had choked up and overflowed, causing a large amount of water to accumulate in the depressions and low places that existed near it, threatening the health of all employed about the premises. Carper In Table C, annexed, will be found the estimated cost of Depart Excess ment printing:
Ta amot year,
Senate Assembly Statutes 1881
Appendices, Volumes 1, 2, and 3-
Extra Session Legislature.
Clerk Supreme Court..
Deaf, Dumb, and Blind Asylum.
9 01 Superintendent Public Instruction.
Superintendent State Printing-.
for State Library
und Bockton Insane Asylum.
State Normal School..
the Yosemite Valley and Big Tree Commissioners
Permanent material purchased---
Carpenter work, lumber, and plumbing-.
art Excess of paper carried over...
Balance in Treasury
Table D is a statement of the stock on hand July 1, 1880, the mount purchased and consumed during the thirty-second fiscal year, and the amount on hand June 30, 1881: