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TABLE 13.–Percentage classification of school revenues, mainly for 1888–89, showing the percentage of the whole revenue derived from each source named.

#### # #. 2 .# - | an # ç < Q: 2: | $ | Q Q/ 2. 3.5 ! : wer * State or Territory. # 5 -- c s £ | # 3- 3 • = * # * : - - - : ö 2 | #### 3 & ~ # = < * | J. ! H O El 2 | 3 || 4 5 - t | Per cent.' Per cent. Per cent. Per cent. United States G.................... - * * * * * * * * * * * * | 7.4 | 66.8 6.7 North Atlantic Division......................................................... 2. 1 ; I7.8 77.0 3. 1 South Atlantic Division ... 1.5 44.6 47.8 6.1 South Central Division.... 20.2 45.7 ; 24.7 9.4 North Central Division........ - - 10.3 9.6 : 71.7 8.4 Western Division a ............................................................. • 6.0 34.9 49.0 10.1 North Atlantic Division: | Maine......... ....... 4.5 33.9 | 61.6 0 New Hampshire 1.5 71.5 | ió.6 10.1 Vermont b .............................. 3. 8 | 0 83.7 12.5 Massachusetts c... ... 3.6 | 0 i 96.4 0 Rhode Island.......... 2.1 : 12.5 84.4 1.0 Connecticut ........... 8.1 | 11.8 76.0 4.1 New York .................. 2.2 19.7 71.1 7.0 New Jersey b.............. •- 1.0 63. 3 35.7 0 Pennsylvania ................................. -- (d) : 12.4 87.6 (d) South Atlantic Division: | | Delaware e.................................................... - - - (f) : 0 75.4 g24.6 Maryland..................................... .............................. | 3.0 30. 1 i 56.7 10.2 District of Columb () h50.0 50.0 0 Virginia. .......... i 2.3 | 51.5 43.7 2.5 West Virginia .......................................................... . (f) ; 30.0 64.6 g5.4 North Carolina b....................................... - () 76.8 c3.9 19.3 South Carolina b..................................... * 0 ; 86.7 11.5 1.8 Georgia i............................. - - - - | 0 59.2 39.4 1.4 Florida........................................... - - - - - - - | 7.4 15.2 77.4 0 South Central Division: a Kentucky.............. - - - - - - - - - - t 5.1 55.1 j33.8 5.9 Tennessee b..... --- ! 11.7 79.8 (k) 8.5 | 19.2 51.9 28.9 0 6.6 26.4 38.4 128.6 7.4 46.3 40.5 5.8 48.8 34.7 10.8 5.7 Arkansas... (f) 30.4 52.9 916.7 North Central | Ohio....................................... ............................... 2.4 16.5 ! 77.7 3.4 Indiana b... 12.9 26.8 | 53.4 6.9 Illinois............ 8.5 9.3 78.8 3.4 Michigan -- 15.1 0 : 74.1 10.8 Wisconsin ....... - 4.6 15.4 69.8 10.2 Minnesota.......... 8.7 16.2 50.1 25.0 Iowa.................. 11.4 0 . 77.6 11.0 Missouri.............. 26.0 0 : 74.0 0 Dakota b............ - 0 21.2 74.6 4.2 Nebraska be ......... 14.9 5.0 46.3 33.8 Kansas............... 11.9 0 8.22 5.9 Western Division Montana, b 0 0 93.2 6.8 Wyoming. •- - - - - - - - - - - - - Colorado............................. 8.8 28.8 48.7 13.7 New Mexico............................................................... |- - - - - - - - - - * - - - 0 4.3 94.1 1.6 3. 8 40.8 36. 1 19.3 33.2 0 63.9 2.9 0 0 72.5 27.5 14.6 52.9 21.9 10.6 4.6 42.8 46.2 6.4 Alaska.............................. - - •- - I - - - - - - - - - - - "E:ding the Territories not tabulated be- g Includes some revenue from permanent oW. funds. 5 In 1887–88. h United States appropriation. c Approximately. * In 1888.

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k Included, if any, in “State taxes,”
l lncludes poll taxes.

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School revenues.—An attempt has been made in the preceding tables (10–14) to make the classification of revenue more accurate than heretofore. Care has been taken to give separately whenever possible the revenue derived from permanent funds, so that as now tabulated it amounts to 7.4 per cent. of the total, instead of 5.3 per cent. as given in the Bureau’s last report. The classification of taxes into State and local is involved in uncertainty. No criterion can be adopted that will be applicable in all cases. Taxes pass through all shades of gradation from that levied, collected, and apportioned by the State to the purely voluntary local tax. These and many other difficulties, including the differences of classification adopted in different States, so that it is impossible to reclassify in conformity with the Bureau’s schedule, or with any schedule possessing significance that can be devised, render the tables of school revenues to a considerable degree unsatisfactory; in point of fact, it is not possible to form any tables the summaries of which will be more than fair approximations, except as to the total revenue, which may be and is very accurately given.

TABLE 14.—School expenditures, mainly for 1888-89, compared in part with those of preceding year.

Permanent expendi- - -
lulon,
ture. Current expenditure for tuition ' ex- I
- - penditure, ncrease or Indebt-
- ~. | Salaries of Other cur- '#', £se." Increase or
State or Territory. | Sites, - Salaries : - Increase or rent ex- g - decrease | edness
buildings, £ of super- 'Salaries of £ decrease I' * penditure. £ c£r per cent. paid.
and furni: # intend- teachers. en '' * | since pre- £ # £ n- ng year.
ture. ra, LuS. ents. te's ceding year. per cent. ebtedneS8.
1 | 2 * 4 5 6 7 s || 0 10 11 12 13
Per cent.
United States a.........'$22,204,100 987,048 |........ - - * $87,888,666 I.34,430,282 I...... 31 |$21,049,786 || $132,129,600 I.38,861,660
North Atlantic Division a. 7,981,024 444,625 28,455,288 I...1,262,796 l 7, 231,664 44,112,602 | I...3,169,640
South Atlantic Division a... 1, 196,466 15,850 6,353,156 I... 210,156 936, 803 8,502,273 I... 539,
South Central Division a... 1,121,540 12,394 |. 8, 183,208 I 525,208 855,102 10, 172,246 I...1,282,246
North Central Division a...: 9,778,952 403, 150 38,798,964 I...1,566,572 11,058,085 60,039,151 I...2,405,
Western Division a........... | 2,126,118 111,029 - || -- 6,098,050 I... 865,550 968,132 9,303,328 I...1,465,328
North Atlantic Division: l
Maine.......................... 163, 650................................................... b818,000 | I... b 18,800 I.....b 2.32 b271,280 1,252,930 I... 28,369 I 2.82 l.............. -
New Hampshire ......... 115,768................. ... $23,139 $478,035 501,174 I.. 6,098 : I... ... 1.23 122,131 c739,073 I... "t.
Vermont d .................. 58,858; (e) 10, 118 473,309 483,426 I... 11,024 I...... 2. 33 108, 108 650, 392 | I...
Massachusetts.... 810, # 3,770 214,097 |f 5,366,605 |f|5,580,703 | 1. 256,543 | 1...... 4.82 g1, 115,481 7,510,719 I...
Rhode Island .............. 217, 213 5,109 8,606 554,807 573,413 I... 35.755 I...... 6.65 111,551 907,287 I...
Connecticut................. 226, 190 * 1,291,473 | 1,325,335 | 1... .30,938 I. 2.32 417,388 1,984,254 I...
New York.................... 3,744,560 9,978,004 || I... 188,912 I...... 1.93 1,907,266 | 16,050,245 I...
New Jersey d... 590,016 |.. h2,525,425 | I... 450,733 I......21.7 (i) 3, 115,441 I... -
Pennsylvania.............. j2,054,004 |.................. - * k6,669,798 I... 264,903 : I...... 4.13 c3, 178,459 c 11,902,261 I... 889,270 I....... 8 -
South Atlantic Division: -
Delawared.................. l15,533 |.................. 202,893 I... b 12,893 I......b6.79 m28,292 246,718 D.. b 11, 282 D ... b4.37 |...............
Maryland.................... 190,923 |.................. 1,430,475 I... 43,080 I...... 3.10 231,368 1,852,766 I... 69,885 I...... 3.92 44,242
District of Columbia ... 332,247 (e) 30,875 439,235 470, 110 | I... 24,974 I...... 5.61 m 142,283 m 944,640 ! I... 149,591 I.......18.82 O
Virginia....................... 184,908 | 4,513 62,200 1,226,838 1,289,039 || I... 57,244 I...... 4.65 142,350 1,620, 809 I... 62,456 I....... 4.01 0
West Virginia.......... - 220,753 9, 179 11,918 800, 809 812,728 D.. 10,971 D..... 1.33 265,242 1,307,901 I... 67,251 I...... 5.42 15,830

aThese summaries, except that of column 3, include all the States, estimates
boing made of the few not reported.

b Estimated.
cIncluding debt paid.
dIn 1887–88.
e Included in column 9.

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h Revenue for “maintaining the schools.”
* Included in column 5.
j Includes amount paid for renting.
k Salaries of teachers only.
l Inthe city of Wilmington only, the expenditure for sites, etc., elsewhere is in-

cluded in column 9,
m Includes some permanent expenditure.
* Also $5,046 were expended for evening schools.

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TABLE 14.—School expenditures, mainly for 1888–89, compared in part with those of preceding year—Continued.

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State or Territory. | Sites, - : - - , Salaries
buildings, £ of super- Salaries of
and furni. £ intend- | teachers.
ture. 1S. ents.
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1 2 :* 4 5
South Atlantic Division-
Continued: i
North Carolina (*......... $66,869 $23,340 $547,693
South Carolina a ......... # 23,784 || 396,333
Georgia c...... - ..! d 134,295 ... 43,943 662,817
Florida........... - e 25,000 ..................'...............'......... --
South Central Division: | |
Kentucky.................... 256,307 - - - - - - 61,666 | 1,654,885
Tennessee (1.......... 85,768 .................. 23,786 966,923
Alabama .................... f75,798 g 12,394 14,299 562,599
Mississippi ..... 116,951 | No Rep. ; 33,307 930,669
Louisiana c.................. 4.6% .......... 26,092 469,299
Texas .......................... 480,932 | (i) i 111,066 2,498,576
Arkansas. ...... - - - 100,094 '..................'.......... ..... 830,041
North Central IDistrict: : |
Ohio ........................... 1, 198,058 ..................' 183,641 6,576, 758
Indiana................ ...." 724, 155 20,057 3,996, 199
Illinois........................ | 2,255,687 66,611 6,772,686
Michigan...... | 641,661 61,449 '...............'.................. .
Wisconsin ... .. 590,459 60,709 - 111,281 j
Minnesota ... | 735,305 11,228 - - -
Iowa. ............ .. 861,251 46,411 - - - -
Missouri : 340,573 16,417 |....::::::::: 3, #0,264
Dakota a......... 243,897 51,482 51,002
Nebraska .................... 1,182, 175 ..................'...............
Kansas................... 1,014,731 |" GS 56 || |................
Western Division:
Montana a.................... c{0,000 .................................!. -
Wyon ling l............ c16,000 |..................'............... 84,908
Colorado.............. 550,206 |... 241,966 713,972
New Mexico ce.... .......'...l...... 74,400
Arizona a..... 22,029 817 5,644 100,222
Utah ...... 48,492 8,850 13,225 172,674
Nevada a ...... - 10,691 2,029 '.............. 135,308

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Idaho ............... e55,000 |....... -- .....'.................. e 95,000 l................... - I - - e 10,580 150,580 | I... 21 917
Washingto - 272,900 |: --- ...'......... - 314,594 I... e55,414 | I... oz1.38 67,617 655, 111 | [...e. 207,911
Oregon........................ 125,252 ** 15,086 506,595 521,681 I... 81, 103 || I...... 18.41 99,743 752,693 I... 81,797
California. ... 935,548 93.315 66,265 3,343, 192 3,409, 457 | I... 260,285 I...... 8. 27 624,811 5,063, 131 I...
Alaska....................... - 1,400 |.................. 2,200 13,940 16, 140 I... 1, 9:0 I...... 13. 34 1, 12,500 ............................

a In 1887–88. i Included in column 9.

b Approximately. j Salaries of teachers only.

c In 1888. k Amount of revenue.

d Includes some miscellaneous expenses.
c Estimated.
fIn cities and independent districts only.
g Includes some incidental expenses.
h Includes some unclassified expenditures.

l in 1885–87.
m. Includes some permanent expenditures.
* Includes balance unexpended.
o Average annual rate of increase since 1887.
1) For Sitka Industrial School.

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