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Lake Superior Iron,

No Report.
Lake Superior Fishing and Mining,
Lake Superior Mining Co. of Eagle River
Mackinaw and Lake Superior,
Magnetic,

July, 1854.

No Mineral.
Meadow,

.No Report.---
Merchant,

July, 1854.

No Mineral.
Michigan,

No Report.
Minnesota,

July, 1854. July 8, 1854. $67,082 81
Montezuma of Portage Lake,

.No Report
Manitou,
Merriweather,
Michigan State Coal Company

July, 1854.

No mineral.
Native Copper

do June 22, 1854.

11,000 00 New England Iron

do

No mineral.
New York and Michigan

No report.
Nebraska.
North American.

July, 1854.

July 6, 1854 189,929 34
National

No report,
North West Company of Michigan

January, 1854. Jan. 6, 1854. 90,696 00
North Western of Detroit.

July, 1854. July 11, 1854. 95,638 00
New York, Pittsburgh & Isle Royal. No report
North Star
New England Copper Company
Ohio Trap Rock

July, 1854. July 6, 1854. 93,435 54
Ontanagon

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33,948 506 Oriental

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No reported

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No. 6-Continued.

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TITLE.

When tax due. When tax paid. Basis of Tax. Rate prct. Amount of tax paid.
Ohio..
Ontario..... ...ba
Pewabic ..

July, 1854.

No mineral.
Peninsular .............LOL 4..ch.. January, 1854. Jan. 10, 1854.

31,180 00

311 80
· Phenix ........
July, 1854. June 22, 1854. 52,764 00 1

527 64
Pittsburgh & Boston

12 do 18 June 29, 1854.

123,436 67 1 1,234 36
Pittsburgh & Isle Royal.
No Report.

1
Piscatăqua.--

30 132
1921 1983

I'800 3
Presque Isle
Portage .........
Portage Lake

July, 1854.

No mineral.
Quincy

No Report
2018

110 00
Ridge

January, 1854. Dec. 31, 1853. 64,014 181 1 640 14
Ripley

July, 1854.

No mineral.
Rockland

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10 tons copper. $1 pr T. 10 00
Shawmut.

No Report.
Siskowit.

20

1085

20.10 68
South East
Star ...

TO PETIT
Summit

BASI
, 1854.

No mineral.
Swamscot

. 10,000 00

50 00
Shelden.......................

No Report.
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Sylvan.... ........

July, 1854.

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30 tons copper. $1 prT. No mineral.

No report.

Toltec (Consolidated
Sales Land & Mining Company -
Union.
Valley
Winthrop
Ward

No report.
West Minesota.
What Cheer
Bushwick Land & Manufacturing Company,

July, 1854.

No mineral.

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No. 7. Statement of Tax-paying Brokers, the amount of tax they pay, the

amount of capital on which they pay, and the date of payment for the last fiscal year.

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No. 8. Ledger Balances on Auditor General's Books, Nov. 30, 1854,

DR.

CR. General Fund,

$241,131 50 Internal Improvement Fund,

$381,033 90 University Fund,

10',889 25 University Interest Fund,

4,249 62 Primary School Fund,

494,525 04 Primary School Interest Fund,

22,162 62 Normal School Fund,

7,298 18 Normal School Interest Fund,

445 79 Swamp Land Fund,

45,903 76 Swamp Land Interest Fund,

2,376 19 State Building Fund,

7,558 51 Asylum Fund,

6,428 31 Contingent Fund,

392 35 State Treasurer,

*552,856 10 Treasury Notes,

784 00 Mich. Central R. R. Deposits,

2,148 41 Mich. Southern R. R.

206 72 St. Jo'h Valley R. R.

115 00 O. & O. R. R.

100 88 Land Warrants,

2,380 89 (second series)

5,242 53 Internal Improvement Warrants,

66

5,122 95 Saut. Ste. Marie Canal Fund,

1,071 92

Total,

$944,212 21 $944,212 21

*To the above balance charged State Treasurer, is to be added $147 98 for outstanding Warrants, making actual cash balance, in State Treasurer's hands, $553,004 08.

No. 5.

5

LEGISLATURE, 1855.

ANNUAL REPORT of the Attorney General.

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Lansing, January 1, 1855. To the Legislature of the State of Michigan:

The undersigned respectfully submits to the Legislature the following report:

The following is a synopsis of the principal cases and proceedings that have received the attention of this office during the past year:

The case of the people against Charles S. May, which was set down for re-argument, was heard and determined at the last January term of the Supreme Court. The respondent had received a majority of the votes of the county of Calhoun, at the annual election of eighteen hundred and fifty-two, for the office of Prosecuting Attorney, but was not at the time of such election an attorney at law. An Information was filed at the relation of D. Darwin Hughes, to enquire by what warrant he assumed to exercise that office. The Court held

upon

the ré-argument of the case, that the respondent, not being an attorney at law, was ineligible to the office of Prosecuting Attorney, and judgment of ouster was accordingly rendered against him.

In the case of the People against the Auditor General, an application was made at the January term of the Supreme Court for a Man

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