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Lansing Lots.
Number of lots forfeited,
Primary School lots,...
Sold for,..
State Building lots,.....
Sold for,..

$322 00 2

$84 00

Principal due on parl-paid Trust Fund Lands, Dec. 1st, 1862. On Primary School Land,...

$849,453 03 University Land,....

240,258 41 « Normal School Land,..

40,903 25 " Asylum Land,......

32,497 92 " State Building Land,.

11,430 47 " Salt Spring Land,

18,259 21 “ Swamp Land,

118,924 63 Total,......

$1,311,776 93

Interest charged to March 1st, 1862, on part-paid Trust Fund

Lands. Primary School Land,..

$62,821 47 University Land, ...

17,308 65 Normal School Land,

2,828 09 Asylum Land,

2,178 07 State Building Land,

832 35 Salt Spring Land,...

1,190 94 Swamp Land,

9,609 29

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LANSING:
JOHN A. KERR & CO., PRINTERS TO THE STATE.

REPORT.

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OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF STATE AUDITORS,

Lansing, Dec. 1, A. D. 1862. To the Honorable Legislature of the State of Michigan:

In obedience to the requirements of law, the undersigned respectfully submit the following Report, showing the proceed ings of the Board of State Auditors for the fiscal year ending the 30th day of November, A. D. 1862.

JAMES B. PORTER,

Secretary of State,
JOHN OWEN,

State Treasurer,
SAMUEL S. LACEY,

Com. State Land Office.

Annual Settlement with the State Treasurer. The Board of State Auditors, for the purpose of making an annual settlement with the State Treasurer, met at the office of the Secretary of State on the 7th day of January, 1862. Present: Hon. James B. Porter, Secretary of State, Hon. Langford G. Berry, Auditor General, and Hon. Samuel S. Lacey, Commissioner of the Land Office.

The Hon. John Owen, State Treasurer, having exhibited his account current with the State of Michigan, and the same having been compared by this Board, with the books of the Auditor General, we find that during the fiscal year ending on the 30th day of November, 1861, the State Treasurer has received into the Treasury the sum of one million two hundred thirty thousand one dollars and seventeen cents, and that during that

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time he has disbursed one million two hundred fifty-eight thousand two hundred and thirty-five dollars and seventy cents, showing the Treasury overdrawn by the sum of twenty-eight thousand three hundeed and thirty-four dollars fifty-three cents.

JAMES B. PORTER,

Secretary of State,
LANGFORD G. BERRY,

Auditor General,
SAMUEL S. LACEY,

Com. State Land Office,

ADJUSTMENT OF CLAIMS.

$ 8 00

45 00 20 00

15 00

12 00

41 99

January 7th, 1862.
State Treasurer, to postage stamps for Executive

Office,....
to postage stamps for Superintendent Pub-

lic Instruction's Office,.....
to postage stamps for State Land Office,...
to postage stamps for Secretary of State's

Office, .....
to subscription to N. Y. Tribune, two years,

to items of commission and exchange,..... H. H. Dunks, to summon 6 witnesses, People vs. Mc

Kinney,..
to 6 copies subpoenas,...

to 21 miles travel in serving subpoenas,... Walker, Taylor & Barns, to advertising notice of War

Loan, to subscribers and holders of cer

tificates........
to advertisising notice, bids for printing, &c.
to advertising proposals for furnishing libra-

ry books,
to advertising time for holding court in 3d

Judicial Circuit,...
to 6 copies Free Press, advertisement,....

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2 10

7 30 22 75

15 50

4 50

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