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NORMAL SCHOOL INTEREST FUND.

DR. 1851. Nov. 30. To balance Nov. 30, 1850,-..

warrants paid during year,.. “ balance Nov. 30, 1851,-...

$339 3

717 0

1 6

Total,

$1,058 01

CR. 1851. Nov. 30. By receipts during year, ..

$206 28 “ transferred from N. School End't. fund, ...-. 680 38 general fund,

171 40

Total,..

$1,058 06

MICHIGAN SOUTHERN RAILROAD COMPANY DEPOSITS.

DR. 1851. Nov. 30. To balance Nov. 30,...

$606 00

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Statement showing the amount and character of the bonds filed in this office

by the several Banks below named as security for the redemption of circulating notes countersigned by the State Treasurer; also showing the amount of such circulating notes delivered to each Bank. Total amount of bonds deposited....

$629,731 42 Total amount of circulating notes issued.

$628,041 00

Am't of stocks. Am't of circulating notesMichigan Insurance Bank,

Michigan 6 per cent. Stocks....$172,299 36 $170,640 00 Peninsular Bank,

Michigan 6 per cent. Stocks.....107,430 36 107,400 00 Government Stock Bank,

United States 5 per cent. Stocks. .300,000 00 300,001 00 Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank,

Michigan 6 per cent. Stocks..... 50,001 70 50,000 00

Total.....

$629,731 42

8628,041 00

Statement showing the condition of all the Banks in

this State at the time the following Reports were

made, viz: Statement of the condition of the Michigan Insurance Bank, made to the State Treasurer at his annual examination, Dec. 27, 1851.

RESOURCES. Coin,

.$58,889 27 Bank notes of other banks,

36,100 00 Checks on other banks,

2,026 53 Office notes on hand,

8,700 00

$105,715 80 Bills discounted,

323,478 85 Bonds and mortgages,

19,994 95 Real estate, .

15,050 28 Stocks in the hands of the State Treasurer,

170,683 60 State stocks, (of this State)

25,286 28 Due from banks and bankers,

32,536 68 Bank stock, ....

8,650 00 Bank plates and furniture,

2,556 15

$703,952 59

LIABILITIES.

Capital stock,
Profit and loss,
Certificates, ..
Due to banks,
Circulation, ..
Individual deposits,

$182,070 00

16,085 23 13,280 44 17,651 70 290,632 00 184,233 22

$703,952 59

State of Michigan, Wayne county, 88.

H. K. Sanger being duly sworn, says the above statement is true according to the best of his knowledge and belief.

H, K. SANGER, Cashier. Sworn and subscribed this 27th day of December, 1851, before me,

W. L. WHIPPLE, Notary Public.

this day,

Condition of the Michigan State Bank, Dec. 26, 1851. Judgments, bonds and mortgages, State stock, valued

$46,795.00 Bills discounted,

307,660 25 Mich. Central R. R. bonds,

36,350 00 Furniture, safes, &c., in banking house,

1,304 80 Cash.-Coin,

$55,672 65 Bank notes,...

16,673 00 Checks on other banks,

1,736 00 Due by banks, -

83,405 42

157,487 07

$549,597 12

Capital,
Deposits,
Circulation,
Due to banks,
Profit and Loss,

$151,578 00

175,637 09
189,438 00

1,037 47
31,906 56

$549,597 12

State of Michigan, county of Wayne, 88.

Alexander H. Adams, Cashier of the Michigan State Bank, being duly sworn, deposeth and saith, that the above statement is just and true according to the best of his knowledge and belief.

A. H. ADAMS. Sworn and subscribed on the 26th Dec., 1851, before me,

E. C. WALKER, Notary Public, Wayne Co., Mich.

Statement shoring the exact condition of the Government Stock Bank,

on the morning of Dec. 28th, 1851.

RESOURCES.
United States Stocks deposited with the State Treasu-

rer of Michigan, as security for circulating notes... $300,000 00 Premium on the same.

4,971 30 Loans and discounts ...,

66,086 47 Due from banks and bankers on demand...

16,568 77 Specie

11,237 10

Bills of other banks.
Expense account.
Furniture and fixtures -
Plates and bills...

2,083 00 5,547 97

381 42 1,625 00

Total.....

$408,501 03

$100,000 00

661 47

LIABILITIES
Capital..
Profits ...
Countersigned circulating notes received from the

State Treasurer and in circulation.....
Due depositors on demand....

300,001 00

7,838 56

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Washtenaw County, 88:

E. R. Tremain, President of said Bank, being duly sworn, doth depose and say that the foregoing is a just and true statement of the affairs and condition of the said Government Stock Bank, before commencing business on the morning of December 29th, 1851, to the best of his knowledge and belief.

E. R. TREMAIN. Sworn to before me this 29th day of December, 1851.

SOLOMON MANN, JR., Notary Public, Washtenaw Co., Mich.

Statement of the Condition of the Peninsular Bank, Dec. 27, 1851.

RESOURCES.
Due from banks and bankers, .. $62,138 53
Bills in transit,

1,820 51

$63,959 04

Cash-gold and silver, ..

28,901 09 notes and checks of other banks, -- 13,464 00 cash items,

26 36

$42,391 45

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