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eight hundred dollars; for the salary of the Superintendent of Public Instruction, five hundred dollars; for the salary of the Adjutant Gen eral, three hundred dollars ; for the salary of the Recorder of the Land Office, four hundred dollars ; and for the State Geologist, one thousand dollars.; for the salary of the State Topographer, eight hundred dollars; and for the current expenses of the Geologist and Topographical survey, such sums as might be necessary, not exceeding lour hundred dollars, and for the engraving for the final report of the State Geologist, five hundred dollars.

Sec. 2. That there be appropriated the further sum of fifteen hundred dollars to the contingent fund to be paid out upon the warrant of the Auditor General upon the order of the Governor.

Sec. 3. The salaries above specified shall be payable quarterly, commencing from the first day of January of the present year, or at the same rates for fractional quarters.

Sec. 4. There is hereby appropriated so much money in addition 10 the amount already appropriated, to be paid out of the general fund, as may be necessary to pay to the officers and members of the present legislature the amounts that shall be due them respectively at the rates fixed by law.

Sec. 5, This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its

passage.

Approved March 24, 1845.

No. 111.
An Act making appropriations to defray certain ex-

penses authorized for the year eighteen hundred
and forty-five.

Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Michigan, That the following sums be and they are hereby appropriated out of the general lund: To W. Greusel, W Greusol jr., for wood furnished at capitoi, one hundred and seventy-eight dollars and thirteen cents, for the year eighteen hundred and forty-four; 10 John Cunningham, for repairing fire arms, nine dollars and fifty- J. Caningfour cents ; to John Webster, for stove for Governor's office, twenty- J. Webøter. seven dollars and thirty-eight cents; to E. N. Lacroix, for transla- E, N. La

ham.

Croix.

Tillman,

Harsha &
Willcox.

Chandler &
Stillman.

vens.

J, Webster.

& Co.

ting Governor's message into french, fisty dollars; to J. W. Tillman for chairs for House of Representatives, one hundred and seventyone :ollars; 10 Harsha and Willcox, for printing blanks for Secretary

of State's office, sixty-six dollars and fisty cents ; to Chandler and

Stillman, for blanks furnished the Auditor General's office, twelve McFarren. dollars ; 10 A. McFarren, for stationery furnished Auditor General's

office, twenty-nine dollars and thirty-five cenis, for the year eighteen F.H. Sie- hundred and forty-four; to F. H. Steevens, for services as a witness

before the Senate committee, six dollars; to John Webster for irim

ming fire board in eighteen hundred and forty-three, one dollar and G. F. Rood fifty cenis ; 10 G. F. Rood and Co., for stationery furnished the Au.

ditor General's office for the year eighteen hundred and forty-four, thirty-one dollars and seventy-seven cents; to G. F. Rood and Co., for stationery furnished the Attorney General's office for the year eighteen hundred and forty-four, thirty-one dollars and thirteen cents; to G. F. Rood and Co. for stationery furnished the Secretary of State, twenty-two dollars and seventy-five cents ; to G. F. Rood and Co.,

for stationery furnished 4. W. Hovey, Clerk of the House of RepreA, Hoyey.

sentatives in eighteen hundred and forty-four, nine dollars and twen. ty-five cents; 10 G. F. Rood and Co., for stationery furnished the of

fice of Quartermaster General for the year eighteen hundred and H. Gilbert forty-four, five dollars and sixty-five cents; to Henry Gilbert, for

printing tax receipts and furnishing papers for treasurer's office for

the year eighteen hundred and forty-four, thirteen dollars; to George G. R. Gris

R. Griswold, for transcript from report of Auditors, in the case of

Benjamin Porter ads. the Michigan State Bank, four dollars; to Charles C. P.Bush. P. Bush, for one hundred miles travel, to and from the seat of

gov. ernment of this state, and one days attendance to cast the electoral vote of ihis state for President and Vice President, eighteen collars ;

alsoto Samuel Axford, for fifty-six miles travel to cast the electoral vote P.J. Spal

as last aforesaid, twelve dollars; also, to Parley J. Spalding, for one ding,

hundred and forty miles travel to cast the electoral vote as aforesaid, L. Dcaufait. I wenty-four dollars ; also, to Louis Beausait, for one days travel and

one days attendance, 10 cast the electoral vole as aforesaid, six dolG. Redfield. lars; to George Redfield, for three hundred and forty miles travel,

and one days attendance to cast the electoral vote as aforesaid, fifty our dollars; to G. F. Rood and Co. for stationery furnished in the

G. F. Rood & Co.

wold.

S. Axford.

• F. Rood

ren.

Reviser of laws.

year eighteen hundrer and forty-four, to William C. Peuse, engros. sing, enrolling and recording clerk of the House of Representatives, nineteen dollars; 10 G. F. Rood and Co. for stationery furnished the court of chancery for the year eighteen hundred and forty-four, by order of A. Ten Eyck, register, six dollars and twenty-five cents'; to G. F. Rood and Co. for stationery furnished the supreme court for the year eighteen hundred and forty-four, by order of A. Ten Eyck clerk, six dollars and eighty-eight cents; to G. F. Rood and Co. for stationery furnished the supreme court and chancery court, in the year eighteen hundred and forty-four, by order of A. M. Gould clerk and register, thirty dollars and twenty-five cents; to G. F. Rood and Co. for stationery furnished the fourth circuit of the supreme court, for the year eighteen hundred and forty-four, by order of Alfred Treadway, clerk and register, twenty-three dollars; to A. McFarren A. McFarfor stationery furnished the Auditor General's office for the year eighteen hundred and forty-four, twenty-nine dollars and eighty-five cents; to Augustine W. Hovey, clerk pro tem of the House of Repre- A. Hovey. sentatives, twenty-one dollars; to the commissioner appointed to revise the general laws of this state,the sum of one thousand dollars, to be paid quarterly ; to pay the private secretary of the Governor and the as- Private secsistant librarian, each three dollars per day during the present session of the legislature, such sum as may be necessary after exhausting the appropriation heretofore made for that purpose ; 10 Abner C. Smith, Robert D. Power, und Calvin Davis, for expenses in going to Power & c.

A. Smith, R. Jackson as a joint committee to visit the state prison, twelve dollars each ; to Michael E. Van Buren, for services and expenses as clerk of said joint committee, thirty-six dollars; to Asahel S. Bagg for sta- A. S. Bagg. tionery surnished the House of Representatives, forty-four dollars and eighty-seven cents, for stationery furnished the office of Secretary of State, fifty-seven dollars and fifty-five cents ; also for stationery furnished reporters of supreme and chancery courts, three dollars and thirty-nine cents; also for stationery furnished the late reporters of said courts, two dollars; also for stationery furnished the office of Auditor General, one hundred and eighty-two dollars and sixty-one cents; also for stationery furnished the associate judges of supreme court and office of register of first circuit, thirty dollars and seventy-one cents; also for stationery furnished the office of State Treasurer, eleven dol.

retary.

Davis.

M. E. Van
Buren.

Bancroft.

Co.

lars and fifty cents; also for stationery furnished the office of Adju

tant General, twenty-eight dollars and seventy-five cents; to A. S. A... Wil Williams for printing general orders from Adjutant General's depart

ment for the year 1844, thirteen dollars and twenty-five cents; to J. Stewart James Stewart for balance due on exchange of stoves for the Adju

tant General's office, seven dollars and ninety-two cents; to Edward · E. D. Ellis, D. Ellis for printing general orders from the Adjutant General's de

partment, for the year 1844, thirteen dollars and twenty-seven cents; G. Knapp. to George W. Knapp for black walnut furnished the state in 1840, C. G. Crego eighteen dollars and thirty-six cents; to C. G. Crego, for attendance

as a witness before a committee of the legislature in the year 1838, McFarren. twenty-five dollars; to A. McFarren for stationery furnished the

House of Representatives for the year 1843, five dollars; to W.L.

Bancroft, for printing Adjutant General's notice for the year 1844, Ingersoll. five dollars; to John N. Ingersoll for printing Adjutant General's no. Morton & tice for the year 1844, five dollars ; to E. G. Morton & Co. for prin

ting sale of Palmyra and Jacksonburgh railroad, ten dollars and seIngalls.

venty-five cenis; to R. W. Ingalls for advertising sale of Palmyr, and Jacksonburgh railroad, ten dollars and twenty-five cents; to A. S. Williams, for printing division orders for 1844, thirteen dollars; to A. S. Williams, to advertising proposals for printing, one dollar i to Edward D. Ellis for advertising proposals for sta le printing, for

1844, one dollar; to John Brown for repairing chimney and roof of 8. N. Gante, capitol, three dollars and fifty cents; 10 S. N. Gantt for stationery

furnished the House during the present session of the legislature, four hundred and thirteen dollars and twenty-four cents; to G. F, Rood & Co. for stationery furnished the House durir.g the present session

of the legislature, five hundred and thirty-seven dollars and ninetyS, Bristol, jr eight cents; to S. Bristol jr., for one copy of Sherman and Smith's Van Dyke maps and gazeteer of the United States, filteen dollars; to Van Dyke & Harring

and Harrington, for legal services in the case of the President & Co. of the Michigan State Bank, vs. the Secretary of State, State Treasurer and Auditor General, in chancery and in supreme courts, two hundred dollars ; also for retainer in chancery of the same case, drawing and filing bill of complaint, argument, &c., also retainer in same case in supreme court, argument of cause in said case in said court, two hundred dollars ; to Van Dyke & Harrington, for retain

Williams.

Ellis.

J Brown

Rood & Co.

ton.

Bagg &Har

moni.

er in chancery ads. the Michigan State Bank, and services in attending 10 same, also retainer in said case in supreme court, and services in attending to same, two hundred dollars; to J. B. Schick, for J. B. Schi'k translation of Governor's message into german, fisty dollars; to Wm. Reed. Reed, for sawing and splitting seventy-five cords of wood, thirty-nine

A. S. Bagg. dollars and thirty-eight cents; to A. S. Bagg, for stationery furnished the House of Representatives during its present session, one hundred and ninety-nine dollars and sixty-five cents; also such sum as

Chaplains. may be necessary to pay the chaplains of the two houses of the legislature, the chaplain of the Senate, iwo dollars per day, and the chaplains of the House each one dollar and fifty cents per day, during the session ; to pay John Norvell for appearing in and arguing be- J. Norvell. fore the supreme court of the United States, in case of Carroll vs. Safford, two hundred dollars.

Sec. 2. To Bagg and Harmon, for printing and advertising for the office of the Secretary of State, including laws of 1844, two hundred and ninety dollars and sixty-three cents; for printing for the Secretary of the Senate of 1844, two dollars; for advertising for the office of State Treasurer, eleven dollars and fifty cents; for printing for Auditor General, eight hundred and sixty-nine dollars; for printing and ruling blanks for office of Superintendant of Public In. struction, one hundred and thirty-five dollars; for advertising for as. sociate justices of supreme court, six dollars; for printing and advertising for office of the Adjutant General, one hundred dollars and twenty cents; lor advertising division orders of Major General, four dollars and filly cents; to Alexander Goodell, for furnishing a. Goodell. candles for House of Representatives, nine dollars and forty-eight cents; to P. Hayden, for drop 10 Speakers bar, one dollar and fifty P. Hayden. cents; to B. B. Moore, for two screens, twelve dollars ; to George Moore. Coombs, keeper of the capitol and grounds since the adjournment of the last legislature to this time, and for sundry articles furnished for the capitol, two hundred and fifty dollars and eighty-eight cents; to Fe- F Hale. licia Hale, for storage of one brass cannon five months, five dollars; to E. J. Roberts for balance due on expenses incurred by visiting the E J Roberto city of Washington in 1843, to settle account with war department, one hundred and fifteen dollars in full for all his services; to H. H. Comstock, for attendance and mileage before committee of the House

G. Coombs.

HH Com. stock.

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