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ited his account current with the State of Michigan, and the same having been compared by the Board with the books of the Auditor General, we find that during the fiscal year ending the 30th day of November, 1870, the State Treasurer has received into the Treasury, including the balance on hand Nov. 30, 1869, of eight hundred and thirty-four thousand eighty-nine and 72-100ths dollars ($834,089 72), the sum of two millions five hundred and fifty-two thousand six hundred and thirteen and 44-100th dollars ($2,552,613 44), and that he has disbursed the sum of two millions ninety-four thousand three hundred and five and 47-100th dollars ($2,094,305 47); showing a balance in the treasury of four hundred and fiftyeight thousand three hundred and seven and 97-100th dollars ($458,307 97), for which balance he exhibited duly accredited vouchers and certificates.
0. L. SPAULDING,
Secretary of State. WM. HUMPHREY,
Auditor General. BENJ. D. PRITCHARD,
Com. State Land Office.
BOND OF L. B. CURTIS.
April 26, 1871. The bond of L. B. Curtis, as State Swamp Land Road Commissioner, of $2,000, with Cyrus Hewitt and George K. Grove as sureties, was approved and ordered filed in the office of the Secretary of State.
į BOND OF JOSEPII B. HAVILAND.
May 31, 1871. The bond of Joseph B. Haviland, as State Swamp Land Road Commissioner, of $2,000, with Morgan Bates and Eben
CLAIM OF SAMUEL CHADWICK.
July 6, 1871. This was a claim for fifty dollars ($50), for the support of men while enlisting for the war of 1861. It appears that this claim has been before the Military Board for allowance, and by that Board rejected. The Board of Auditors, after considering the claim fully, unanimously came to the conclusion that it was not of a nature to come before them for adjustment. The account, with the accompanying vouchers, was therefore returned to claimant without any indorsement thereon by this Board.
CLAIM OF WM. H. HAZE.
August 31, 1871. On this day the Board of State Auditors executed and delivered to William H. Haze, a deed conveying to him the south twenty-two (22) feet off of lot number one (1), of block number eighty-three (83), in the city of Lansing, agreeably to the provisions of Joint Resolution number eight (8) of the
ADJUSTMENT OF ACCOUNTS.
The following is a statement of accounts current allowed by the Board to each department of the State, for the year ending September 30, 1871:
December 27, 1870.
$1 00 Detroit Free Press Co., To advertising Thanksgiving proclamation, 6 f. d. w. 9 t....
1 a W.,
January 25, 1871.
1 lamp shade
February 22, 1871. Amount brought forward
$43 95 W. S. George & Co., To dry. and press. 16,200 sigs. Governor's message, 44c....
7 29 to folding 16,200 sigs. same, a 5c
8 10 stitch. 2,700 pamphlets, a 200...
5 10 trim. 2,700 pamphlets...
6 75 dry. and press. 800 sigs. Governor's special message on pardons, 4fc
36 fold. 800 sigs. same, 5c
40 stitch. 400 pamphlets, 10c....
40 trim. 400 pamphlets, a 250--
1 00 Richmonds & Backus, To 1 letter book for Executive Office
February 23, 1871.
Governor 2 years, commencing Dec. 9,
March 29, 1871.
44 sqs., d. 5 f., 3 t..
Amount carried forward