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In justice to Mr. Kelly it is proper to remark, that there are items of his account suspended for want of proper vouchers, which will nearly cover the above balance of $33 20.

J. KEARSLEY,

Chairman Ex. Committee. August 31st, 1845.

56 Cash,

[A.] University Interest Fund, in account with the Treasurer of

Michigan. 1844 DR.

1845. CR. Dec. 1. To balance, $172 34 Jan’y 1. By sink’g f’nd,$519 90 31. cash, 341 64 Feb. 28.

560 00 1845. April 30. 3,031 82 Mar 31.

941 50 May 31.

1,870 80 April 1. sinkg f’nd, 606 00 June 30. 3,037 57 30.

66 cash,

201 52 338 73 May 1.

5,148 13 Bal. to new acc't. 503 68 June 30.

700 00 30. "sink'g fund, 619 53

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Aug. 30.

$9,296 58

$9,296 58 1845,

Sept. 1. By bal. of old acc’t$503 68 I certify the above to be a copy of the books of the Treasurer of the State of Michigan, as amended by order of D. V. Bell, Commissioner of the State Land Office; an error having occurred in the credit made by his order, March 31, 1845, of $32,40-100, which accounts for the difference between the present balance and that of a former statement furnished the Chairman of the Committee of Finance, showing all receipts and disbursements by him, to, or from the University Interest Fund, from 1st December, 1844, to August 30, 1845.

A. T. HALL, Deputy State Treasurer.

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[B.] Uuiversity of Michigan in account with John J. Adam, Treas'r. 1844.

DR. Dec. 31. To cash University warrants paid No. 324, $30 00

367,

66 66 369,

66 66 371,

66 66 378,

66 66 1845.

379,

15 00 April 8.

375,

30 00 “ 22. To paid interest from Jan’y. 1845, on 18 coupons, University stock,

540 00 66 remiited to New York to meet 82 do do,

2,491 82 May 2. paid warrant

No. 404,

95 50 56 6.

66 67 382,

208 33 383, 233 33 384, 100 00

133 33 387,

5 90 388,

6 00

12 00 390,

5 18 392, 102 50 393,

112 50 397,

14 50 400,

100 00

164 83

402, 233 33 *6 28.

386,

66 66

66 67 394,

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5 00 403, 133 33 405,

66 66

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389,

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399,

June 26. cash remitted to New York, to pay July

interest on University stock, Aug. 30. “ paid warrant

396,

406,

3,037 57

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Dec. 31. By cash from State Treasury,
1845.
April 8.

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66 Prof. Williams ent. fees, $80,

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[C.] Statement of Secretary of Board of Regents of Erpenditures, &c.

since November 30th, 1844. Since November 30th, 1844, the following warrants have been issued on audited accounts upon the treasurer of the University for the purposes expressed in said warrants.

1844. Dec. 10. Warrant No. 381, in favor of J. E. Chaplin, salary as prin

cipal of White Pigeon Branch, 1 term, to November 21, 1844,

$66 67 23. Warrant No. 382, in favor of G. P. Williams,

salary as professor in university, term end-
ing December 24, 1844,

233 33 66 Warrant No. 383, in favor of A. Ten Brook,

salary as professor in uniy rsity, term end-
ing December 24, 1844,

233 33 Warrant No. 384, in favor of B. A. Smith,

salary as tutor, term ending Dec. 24, ’44, 100 000 " 28. Warrant No. 385, in favor of Joseph Whi

ting, salary as professor in university,
Aug. 15, to Dec. 15, 1844, deducting ad-
vance of $100 in Sept. 1844,

133 33 30. Warrant No. 386, in favor of B. L. Baxter,

salary as principal of Tecumseh Branch,
term ending December 6, 1844,

66 66 1845. Jan. 10. Warrant No. 387, in favor of H. Chubb, for lumber furnished university buildings

5 90 Warrant No. 388, in favor of M. Allen, for

attending meetings of board, $5 and post-
age $1,

6 00
13. "Warrant No. 389, in favor of Detroit iron
company for stove for university,

12 00 ::21. Warrant No. 390, in favor of Richard Kearns

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