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COMPARATIVE STATEMENT

The following comparative statement and summary showing results at the end of the fifth, fifteenth, twentieth and twentyfirst fiscal years, and at the end of the twenty-second fiscal year ending September 30, 1917, indicates growth and increased work of the Department, and a gratifying improvement in the matter of enforcement and observance of the Liquor Tax Law since its enactment, March 23, 1896:

For the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1900 Excise receipts for fifth fiscal year.

$12 622 957 79 Total expenses of department..

280 995 06 Penalties and costs collected by legal bureau.

32 594 85 Net expenses of department after deducting earnings of legal bureau

249 400 21 Expenses of legal bureau.

29 312 21 Number of excise indictments in State.

546 Excise convictions

347 Criminal fines imposed

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For the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1910 Excise receipts for fifteenth fiscal year.

$18 102 822 19 Total expenses of department..

399 167 74 Penalties and costs collected by legal bureau.

424 268 31 Interest on temporary deposits...

10 853 37 Surplus in earnings of legal bureau, interest account on tem

porary deposits and criminal fines mostly on special agent evidence, over total expense of department.

88 343 94 Expenses of legal bureau.

164 560 84 Number of investigations by special agents (complaints)

3405 Number of excise indictments in State.

637 Excise convictions

1770 Criminal fines imposed

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For the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1915 Excise receipts for twentieth fiscal year.

$17 766 783 17 Total expenses of department

360 770 43 Penalties and costs collected by legal bureau.

402 371 65 Interest on temporary deposits..

16 042 79 Surplus in earnings of legal bureau, interest account on tem

porary deposits and criminal fines mostly on special agent evidence, over total expense of department.

104 134 01 Expenses of legal bureau.

†64 560 84 Number of investigations by special agents (complaints)

11463 Number of excise indictments in State

55! Excise convictions

1243 Criminal fines imposed.

46 490 00

* Bv the provisions of chapter 115 of the Laws of 1903, liquor tax rates were increased fifty per cent, in effect April 2, 1903.

+ The search and seizure amendment of 1908 has increased the expenses of the legal bureau, but the improved conditions resulting from the enforcement of this provision fully warrant the increased expenditure.

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For the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1916 Excise receipts for twenty-first year

$21 068 145 20 Total expenses of department.

325 214 71 Penalties and costs collected by legal bureau.

348 558 97 Interest on temporary deposits.

16 882 04 Surplus in earnings of legal bureau, interest account on

temporary deposits and criminal fines mostly on special agent evidence, over total expense of. department.

106 173 80 Expenses of legal bureau

48 273 39 Number of investigations by special agents (complaints)

15873 Number of excise indictinents in State.

332 Excise convictions

1955 Criminal fines imposed

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For the Fiscal Year Ending September 30, 1917

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Excise receipts for twenty-second fiscal year.

$20 747 508 56 Total expenses of department..

319 652 58 Penalties and costs collected by legal bureau.

451 034 74 Interest on temporary deposits.

19 527 97 Surplus in earnings of legal bureau, interest account on tem

porary deposits and criminal fines mostly on special agent evidence, over total expenses of department.

195 675 38 Expenses of legal bureau

56 063 88 Number of investigations by special agents (complaints)

14560 Number of excise indictments in State.

427 Excise convictions

1464 Criminal fines iinposed

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Statement of actions under section 16 commenced by the State Commissioner of Excise to collect the penalties of liquor tax bonds because of violations of the Liquor Tax Law, during the fiscal year ending September 30, 1917:

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REVOCATION PROCEEDINGS COMMENCED BY STATE COMMISSIONER

OF EXCISE

Statement of proceedings instituted under section 27, by the State Commissioner of Excise to revoke and cancel liquor tax certificates because of violations of the Liquor Tax Law during the fiscal year ending September 30, 1917:

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PENALTY ACTIONS

Statement of actions commenced under section 43 of the Liquor Tax Law by the State Commissioner of Excise against alleged violators of the Liquor Tax Law to recover penalties of $50 for each violation alleged to have been committed, during the fiscal year ending September 30, 1917:

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Statement of proceedings instituted under section 28 of the Liquor Tax Law, to restrain traffic in liquors in violation of the Liquor Tax Law, during the fiscal year ending September 30, 1917:

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