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(1) Amount of Money appropriated to Academies upon the basis of attendance of Students allowed to Participate in the Distribution of Literature Funds.
The stated amount apportioned from 1830 to 1884, inclusive, has been as follows: 1830 to 1834...
$10,000 annually. 1835 to 1833...
12,000 annually. 1839 to 1884.
40,000 annually. Since 1838 the sun of $12,000 has been paid annually from the income of the Literature Fund, and $28,000 from that of the United States Deposit Fund.
In addition to this, a large part of the money resulting from the special tax under the act of 1972, viz. : $89,077.24, was distributed upon the same basis as the regular appropriation of $10,000.
The above is exclusive of the moneys granted for the purchase of books and apparatus, and for the instruction of common school teachers.
(c) Interest or Income from Permanent Funds.
(d) Interest, Rents or other Income of Personal Property.
(C) Interest or Income of Real and Personal Property, includ
ing Room-Rent accrued during the year.
(a) Salaries paid to Teachers. The amount paid to teachers has in an irregular way been reported from the earliest period, but in a manner that did not admit of summary or comparison. The premises were often let to a teacher who collected his own tuition bills, and hired his assistant teachers, and no money value was set opposite his name in this column. This custom has been continued to the present time, but the value of services is now always given.
(c) Repairs of Buidings and of other Acadlemic Property.
(d) Rent accrued on Property leased to Academies.
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