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No. 86.

No. 87.

No. 88.

No. 89.

No. 90.

No. 91.

No. 92.

No. 93.

W. A. Phillips, for rent of court room at
Olneyville...

150 00 City of Central Falls, for rent of rooms used

by the Eleventh Judicial District Court.. 356 67 George W. Nodene, for services as court offi

cer upon the Twelfth Judicial District Court....

50 50 Israel Whaley, for care, rent and heating

room for use of Fourth Judicial District

Court, for year ending March 31, 1897.... 56 00 George H. Barber, for services as court offi

cer upon the Third Judicial District Court, for year ending March 31, 1897......

24 00 Benjamin York, for services as janitor for

the district court of the Third Judicial District Court at Westerly, for the year ending February 1, 1897...

104 00 Stephen

H. Northup, for services as janitor of the armory of the Kentish Artillery.... 100 00 Charles D. Eddy, for the care of the court

room of the Fifth Judicial District Court, for the year ending May 1, 1897...

48 00 Charles D. Eddy, for care of Bristol County

Court House, for the year ending May 1, 1897..

75 00 Town of Warren, for rent and care of the

court room of the Fifth Judicial District

Court, for the year ending July 1, 1896... 150 00 Willis A. Carr, for rent of District Court in

West Greenwich, for the year ending May 1, 1897....

50 00 Town of East Providence, for rent and care

of the court room of the Seventh Judicial District Court, for the year ending July 1,

150 00 Charles J. White, for services as janitor of

the Eighth Judicial District Court, for the year ending January 27, 1897...

52 00 George S. Bennett, for care of Kent County

Court House, from May 1, 1896 to January 31, 1897....

225 00

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No. 95.

No. 96.

No. 97.

1896...

No. 98.

No. 99. No. 100.

200 00

No. 101.

145 50

No. 102.

102 00

No. 103

300 00

No. 104.

53 00

No. 105.

Edward Card, for services as janitor of the

Tenth Judicial District Court, in Paw-
tucket, for the year ending January 1,

1897..
Gouverneur M. Brown, for attendance as offi.

cer upon the Twelfth Judicial District

Court, to January 1, 1897....
Edgar

L. Arnold, for care of the court room
of the Twelfth Judicial District Court, to

December 21, 1896....
Isaac T. Hopkins, for services as janitor of

the Washington County Court House for

the year ending January 1, 1897..
Alfred Fry, for services as officer upon the

Fourth Judicial District Court, for the year

ending January 28, 1897..
For services as members of commission to

construct and furnish the Woonsocket
Court House, viz.:

George A. Wilbur...
John W. Ellis
Etienne C. Delabarre.
E. Charles Francis..

Frank Harris....
For expenses of members of the State Board

of Education, attending meetings of said
board during 1896–97, viz.:

Frank E. Thompson..
Samuel W. K. Allen..
John E. Kendrick...
George T. Baker
Charles J. White...

Samuel H. Cross.
For the expenses incurred by the Commis-
sion on the Newport County Jail, viz.:

Walter A. Read....
Charles H. Burdick..
John W. Rogers.
Edward Thayer..
Edward H. Higbee..

$600 00 600 00 600 00 600 00 600 00

No. 106.

$95 00 38 00 41 50 38 00 25 00 135 10

No. 107

$25 00 25 00 25 00 25 00 25 00

No. 108.

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No. 110.

For services as members of the Newport
Armory Commission, viz.:
F. H. Harcourt.

$200 00
J. W. Horton...

200 00 William P. Clarke..

200 00 Charles H. Burdick..

200 00 For services and expenses of Joint Commission on the Revenue of the State, viz.: Edward L. Freeman...

$500 00 Walter A. Read....

500 00 Benjamin Drown..

500 00 William W. Blodgett.

500 00 George Batchelor...

500 00 Randall A. Harrington.

500 00 John Stanton..

500 00 Eugene F. Warner

525 00 Herbert A. Rice.

150 00 For attendance of Committee on the Judici.

ary, House of Representatives, at meetings
and public hearings during recess of present
session, viz.:
William W. Blodgett..

$200 00
J. Edward Studley.

200 00 William H. Coveil.

200 00 Charles C. Gray...

200 00 James B. Hanaford..

200 00 Livingston Scott.

200 00 Edward W. Higbee..

200 00 Arthur A. Rhodes..

100 00 Chester A. Brown...

25 00 For members of Joint Committee on Printing,

for attendance at meetings held for the
awarding of contracts for State Printing
and Binding, viz.:
Walter A. Read..

$15 00
Edward Stanley

15 00 Andrew J. Wilcox.

15 00 Charles C. Gray..

15 00 Edward Thayer..

15 00 Edward W. Higbee.

15 00

No. 111.

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No. 112.

Benjamin Comstock
Joseph L. Sanders..

Charles P. Bennett, Secretary:
For House Committee on Special Legislation

for attendance at meeting, February 24,
1897, viz.:

Erwin J. France...
Phillippe Boucher..
Joshua Perkins.
LeRoy Fales.
Charles E. Chagnon.
Wheaton Cole..
George A. Littlefield.
Roy W. Cole...

$5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 5 00

No. 113.

Parsed May 21, RESOLUTION presenting the gavels to His Excellency

the Governor and Ilis Ilonor the Lieutenant Governor.

Resolved, That the gavels used in the senate at the present session be, and the same hereby are, presented to the governor and the lieutenant governor, and that the state auditor be, and he is hereby, authorized and directed to have the same properly engraved and delivered to the respective officers, and to draw his order on the general treasurer for the cost of such engraving and mounting, to be paid out of any moneys not otherwise appropriated.

No. 114. Passed May 21, 1897.

RESOLUTION presenting to the speaker of the house of

representatives the gavel used by him during the

year.

Resolved, That the gavel used by the Honorable Samuel W. K. Allen, Speaker of the House of Representatives, during the legislative year ending to-day, be, and the same is hereby, presented to that gentleman, and the clerks of the house of representatives are hereby directed to have the same suitably and properly mounted and engraved, and deliver the same

to the speaker; and the state auditor is hereby directed to draw his order on the general treasurer for the expense thereof, upon receipt of a proper voucher, approved by the clerks of the house of representatives.

No. 115. Passed May 21, 1897.

RESOLUTION of thanks to His Excellency Governor

Charles Warren Lippitt.

Resolved, That the thanks of the senate are hereby tendered to His Excellency Governor Charles Warren Lippitt, for the fidelity and zeal he has displayed in the fulfillment of the duties of his office as governor of this state, and especially for the uniform fairness, courtesy and kindness which he has manifested to every member of this body, as its presiding officer.

RESOLUTION of thanks to Ilis Honor Edwin R. Allen.

No. 116. Passed May 21, 1897.

Resolved, That the deserved thanks of this senate are hereby tendered to His Honor Edwin R. Allen for the dignity and ability with which he has presided over this senate in the absence of His Excellency the Governor.

No. 117. Passed May 21, 1897.

RESOLUTION of appreciation of and thanks to the Hon

orable Samuel W. K. Allen, speaker.

Resolved, That the house of representatives in appreciation of the valuable services of the Honorable Samuel W. K. Allen of East Greenwich, its speaker during the legislative year ending this day, hereby extends to that gentleman its sincere thanks for the able, dignified and impartial manner in which he has presided over its deliberations, and for his uniform courtesy toward every member thereof; and it is further

Resolved, That the reading clerk be, and he is hereby directed to cause this resolution to be suitably engrossed, framed and properly certified; and the same present to Mr. Speaker Allen; and the state auditor

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