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House. Comm. on Finance. Report, 1833
House No. 23 On January 9, 1833, the Committee on Finance was directed to study the Governor's remarks on the sale of public lands and the expenses
of the state prison. On February 3, 1833, the Committee submitted a report. It presented abbreviated financial statements for 1830, 1831, 1832, and
January 1833. There was a deficit in the last instance of $165,000. The Committee suggested changing the use of the money from the sale of public
lands to use the principal as necessary to balance the budget. Resolve: The Treasurer may borrow to meet the ordinary demands of the Commonwealth, not
to exceed $225,000. An Act relating to the funds derived from the lands in the state of Maine, 1833. This repealed an 1831 law and said all money
received from the land sales since 1831 could be applied to the ordinary expenses of government. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally
held by the Massachusetts State Library).
Title:   Ordered, that so much of the Governor's address as relates to the investment of the proceeds of sales of public lands : and so much thereof as relates to the expenditures at the State Prison, be referred to the Committee on Finance.
OCLC Number:   1397376969
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