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Auditor's office, during the past six years, and the

amount paid for such clerk-hire, in reply to a resolution

of the Senate,

74

13. Reply of the Auditor General to a resolution of the Senate

relative to state lands,

77

14. A brief statement of accounts in the hands of the committee

on Militia, for services rendered and expenses incurred

in raising the first regiment of Michigan Volunteers to

serve in the late Mexican war,

81

15. Report of the joint committee on state library, on the sub-

ject of international exchange,

84

16. Letter from the Secretary of State, transmitting abstracts

of reports of the Superintendents of the Poor,

85

17. Communication from the Commissioner of the state land

office, relative to sales of university lands,

92

18. Special message of the Governor, returing, without his sig-

nature, “an act for the improvement of the Kalamazoo

river," &c.,

94

19. Report of the majority of the committee on finance, on

House bill number ninety-nine, entitled “a bill relative

to state printing,”

97

20. Report of committee on public lands on the joint resolution

authorizing the Commissioner of the state land office to

issue a certificate of purchase to certain school lands, to

Thomas B. Abell,

100

21. Report of the select committee to whom were referred sun-

dry petitions, praying the repeal of the license laws, 102

22. Memorial of Charles G. Hammond, relative to a certain

claim preferred against him,

113

23. Report of the minority of the committee on finance on House

joint resolution number eighty-three,

116

24. Report of the committee on agriculture,

120

SENATE DOCUMENTS.

[No. 1.] COMMUNICATION from the Auditor General, relative to Internal

Improvement Lands.

AUDITOR GENERAL'S OFFICE,

Lansing, January 6, 1849. Hon. EPAPHRO. Ransom, Governor of the State of Michigan.

Sir:—In reply to the resolution of the Senate, of this date, requesting you to communicate to that body, “whether any, and if any, how much internal improvement land heretofore appropriated, remains unexpended and subject to re-appropriation,”-I would beg leave respectfully to state, that the appropriations made last winter covered all such land not previously disposed of, except enough to meet the then outstanding land warrants; and that although a considerable proportion of these and some other previous appropriations remains unexpended, I know of no reason to anticipate that the

special commissioners and others having charge of these appropriations will not let contracts and bave work done under each and all of them, to exhaust the several unexpended balances, now undrawn; and that consequently there will be no such land left subject to re-appropria: ion.

Yours respectfully,
JOHN J. A DAY.

uditor General.

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