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Handbook, 1909
			


                       A. M. E. Church.                          39

Turner and Allen Seminaries each $600 (six hundred dollars);  and
to the departments  of  Paul Quinn,  Shorter,  Campbell,  each  $400
(four hundred dollars)."
  Fourth--That owing to the fact that since eight years ago un-
der the direction of the late Bishop Arnett, the financial building
was put in condition by being thoroughly overhauled and owing to
the fact that since that time it has been considerably run down and
that externally it shows a really bad appearance and internally it is
in some places in an unsafe condition, the Financial Board authorize
its Chariman and Financial Secretary to have needed repairs to said
building done right away and submit an itemized report for the
same to the said Board at its next meeting.
  Respectfully submitted,
                                          JOHN HURST,
                                              Financial Secretary.
    Washington, D. C.,  March 31st, 1909.


               AUDITING COMMITTEE'S REPORT.
  The Financial Secretary's report was  then        turned over to the
Auditing Committee, which reported as follows:
                                 Washington, D. C., April 21, 1909.
To the President and Members of the Financial Board of the A. M. E.
 Church, now assembled at the Financial Department.
 Dear Sirs: Your committee appointed to audit the books and
vouchers of Dr. John Hurst, Financial Secretary, beg to report that
after careful examination of the same we find them correct and
well kept, and commend Dr. Hurst for his faithfulness in the dis-
charge of his duties. The report shows that the receipts of the
office aggregate $101,793.34, and the expenditures $76,533.78, leaving
a balance of $25,259.56;  thus the books  and vouchers  agree  with
the report.
                                 J. T. JENNIFER, Chairman.,
                                 A. J. KERSHAW,
                                 N. B. STERRETT,
                                 J. M. COMMER,
                                 E. W. LEE, Secretary.


           REPORT COMMITTEE ON RESOLUTIONS.
To the President and Members of the Financial Board.
 We, your Committee on Resolutions, beg to make the following
as our report:




			
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Handbook, 1909


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