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ANNUAL REPORT of the Board of State Auditors.
OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF Srate,
Lansing, Mich., Jan. 29, 1850. To the Legislature of the State of Michigan:
The undersigned respectfully submits the following report of the doings of the Board of State Auditors, for the year commencing December 1, 1848.
On the 22nd day of December, 1848, the Board took under consideration and made award upon the claims of Charles W. Chapel and David M. Price, referred by Joint Resolution No. 28, approved March 11, 1848. The particulars of the settlement of these claims were communicated to the Senate on the 2nd day of February last, by special report, made in pursuance of a resolution of that body; to that report, printed as Senate document No. 8, of 1849, the Board would respectfully refer, as containing a full statement of their action in the premises.
On the 9th day of January, 1849, the Board examined the claim of Sheldon Matthews, for sawing wood for Central railroad, in the year 1846, referred by Joint Resolution No. 52, approved April 3, 1848, and upon the proofs presented, allowed the same to Charles T. Gorham, the assignee of the claimant, at $78 10.
On the 16th of February, 1849, the Board examined the claim of Edward Birney, for transportation of state property from Dexter to Lansing, on removal of the state offices, referred by Joint Resolution No. 13, approved, February 5, 1848, and upon the proofs made, allowed the same at $6 to J. Waldo, assignee of the claimant. On the 3d day of April, 1849, the Board took under considera