"the Farmer Is of More Consequence Thanthe Farm, and Should Be First Improved."

@inproceedings{2013theFI,
  title={"the Farmer Is of More Consequence Thanthe Farm, and Should Be First Improved."},
  author={},
  year={2013}
}
  • Published 2013
Consists of state treasurer, auditor general, and secretary of state. This board was originally formed in 1842, to take charge of the assets of the Michigan state bank. Later the matter of escheats was added. When a party dies intestate and leaves no legal heirs, the state takes charge of the property, and may dispose of it as seems best. The duty of… CONTINUE READING