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Asylum, at Iowa City.

22. Report of the Joint Committee appointed to visit the Deaf and Dumb

Asylum at Council Blutl's.

23. Report of the Joint Committee appointed to visit the Soldiers' Orphans'

Home, at Davenport.

24. Report of the Joint Committee appointed to visit the Soldiers' Orphans'

Home, at Cedar Falls.

25. Report of the Joint Committee appointed to visit the Soldiers Orphans'

Home, at Glenwood.

26. Report of the Joint Committee apppinted to visit the Insane Asylum,

located at Independence.

27. Report of the Joint Committee appointed to visit the Insane Hospital,

located at Mt. Pleasant.

28. Report of the Joint Committee appointed to visit the State Penitentiary, at

Fort Madison.

29. Report of the Joint Committee appointed to visit the State Reforın School.

30. Report of the Census Board on plans for a new Capitol Building.

31. Statement of the Auditor of State in relation to the payment of State Funds

through National Banks.

32. Report of the Auditor of State of the losses to the Permanent School Fund.

33. Opinion of the Attorney-General relative to the Des Moines River School

Lands.

34. Opinion of the Attorney-General on Interest and Penalty of Railroad Bond

Tax.

35. Report of the Secretary of State in relation to the Criminal Returns of the

State of Iowa, for the years 1868 and 1869.

36. Rules of Thirteenth General Assembly.

OF

JOHN N. DEWEY,

COMMISSIONER

TO ADJUST WITH THE UNITED STATES CERTAIN CLAIMS ARISING OUT OF THE REBELLION, THE DEFENSE OF THE BORDER, AND

THE FIVE PER CENT, ON THE SALES

OF THE PUBLIC LANDS.

DECEMBER 15, 1869,

DES MOINES:
F. M. MILLS, STATE PRINTER.

[No 10.)

REPORT.

WASHINGTON, D. C., DECEMBER 15TH, 1869.

To His EXCELLENCY, THE GOVERNOR:

In accordance with the provisions of the law providing for the settlement by the undersigned of the claims of the State of Iowa against the General Government, I beg to submit the following statement as my report:

ENTIRE AMOUNT CLAIMED.

The entire amount of claims assumed and filed against the United States, up to the present time, is as follows, viz. :

First Installment :-On account of payments made to

the officers and men of the 1st, 2d, and 3d Regi-
ments of Iowa Volunteer Infantry, filed February,
1862...........

$30,824.51

Second and Third Installments :-On account of ex

penses incurred in raising, &c., of troops for the Federal Government, to aid in suppressing the rebellion, filed March, 1862

616,739.27

Fourth Installment:-On account of expenses incurred

on the northern border, in 1857-8, known as the • Ink-pa-du-tah” raid, filed in 1860, subsequently

withdrawn, and re-filed November 26th, 1867..... Fifth Installment :-Same character as the second and

third, filed January 7th, 1869....

18,988.84 Sixth Installment:-On account of military expenses

166,574.51

incurred on the northern and southern borders
of the State, from 1861 to 1864, inclusive, in de-
fending the same from Indians, rebels, and bush-
whackers, filed, under special act of Congress,
April 24th, 1869.....

229,848.23

Seventh Installment :-On account of payments made

to the officers and men of the 1st Iowa Volunteer
Cavalry, filed December 14th, 1869.....

27,779.42

Total.........

$1,090,754.78

AMOUNT COLLECTED.

Of this amount there has been collected upon special settlements, made with the treasury department, as follows, viz.: On account of 1st Installment.............. $29,279.72 On account of 2d and 3d Installments... 590,437.52 On account of 4th Installment....... 18,117.00 On account of 6th Installment.............. 229,827.39— $867,661.63

ACCOUNTED FOR AS FOLLOWS, viz. :

Amount advanced by the United States to

the State of Iowa, Sept. 25th, 1861... $80,000.00 Amount advanced by the United States to

the State of Iowa, April 7th, 1862..... 20,000.00 Direct tax (15 per cent. commission off384,274.80 Cash paid to Governor, January, 1868... 135,442.44 Cash paid to Governor, June, 1869........ 18,117.00 Cash paid to Governor, July, 1869........ 229,827.39— $867,661.63

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