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lettering two hundred and fifty-five copies of the manual and lettering the names of members and officers of the legislature of eighteen hundred and forty-seven, on the the outside of one hundred

and five copies, sixty seven dollars and fifty-five cents; to Bagg and Bagg & Har

Harmon, for printing divisions and certificates for the pay of members and officers of the House of Representatives, for the year eighteen hundred and forty-seven, eleven dollars; to A. S. Williams, for sixty-nine copies of the daily Advertiser, furnished to the members and officers of the House of Representatives for the year eighteen hundred and forty-seven, one hundred and ten dollars and forty cents; to A. McFarren for stationery furnished to the messengers of the House of Representatives in the year eighteen hundred

and forty-seven, on the order of the committee on supplies, one Bags & Har dollar ; to Bagg and Harmon, for stationery furnished and printing

receipt book for librarian for the year eighteen hundred and fortyA S Bagg seven, five dollars; to A. S. Bagg for stationery furnished David

A. A. Ensworth, engrossing, enrolling and recording clerk of the House of Representatives for the year eighteen hundred and forty-seven, nineteen dollars and fifty-three cents; to A. S. Bagg for a brush, half yard green baize and a basket furnished for the use of the House of Representatives for the year eighteen hundred and forty-seven, one dollar and twenty-two cents; to Mina Y. Terrill for attendance and mileage before committee on elections of the House of Representatives at its present session, eight dollars, to

Placidus Ord for attendance as aforesaid, one dollar; for John N. J Ingersoll Ingersoll, for attendance as aforesaid, two dollars ; to John Allen

for five copies of the True Democrat, furnished to members of the House of Representatives, during the session of eighteen hundred and forty-seven, two dollars and fifty cents; to the members of the House of Representatives from the counties of Mackinac and Chippewa, the sum of ninety dollars each, for necessary expenses incurred before and after the session of the legislature.

To C. Morse, for stationery furnished committee on state prison, three dollars and twenty-eight cents; to A. S. Williams, for twenty-six copies of Daily Advertiser for senate, forty-one dollars and sixty cents; to William Tate, for articles furnished Senator Witherbee in his last illness, two dollars and fifty cents; to George

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Coombs, for materials furnished and for his services rendered in and about the capitol during the year one thousand eight hundred andfor ty-six, two hundred and eighty-two dollars and sixteen cents; to D. H. Williams, services as clerk to committeə on state prison, ap- liams. pointed to visit and report relative to state prison, seventy-nine dollars and seventy-four cents; to G. F. Rood, for stationery for Sen-G F Rood & ator Witherbee, three dollars and eighty-seven cents; to G. F. Rood & Co., for stationery furnished secretary of senate, fifteen dollars ; to G. F. Rood & Co., for enrolling paper furnished A. Treadway, engrossing and enrolling clerk of senate, four dollars and fifty cents; to G. F. Rood & Co., for necessary articles furnished committee on supplies for hall of senate, twelve dollars and thirteen cents; to G. F. Rood & Co., for stationery furnished president of the senate, ten dollars and twenty-one cents ; to G. F. Rood & Company, for stationery furnished secretary of the senate and engrossing and enrolling clerk, forty-dollars and fifty cents; to C. Morse, for stationery and articles furnished C Morse adjutant general's office, seven dollars and seventy-five cents; to A S Bags A. S. Bagg, for blank memorandum furnished secretary of senate two dollars ; to Bagg & Harmon, for printing for senate, thirteen dollars; to William Moore, for carrying despatch to Flint, announc- W Moore ing death of Senator Witherbee to his family, sixteen dollars; to Pontiac Rail Road Company, for express train of cars to Pontiac, conveying the remains of the late Hon. E. B. Witherbee, thirty dollars; to R. C. Scadin, for coffin and shroud for Hon. E. B. With- R C Scadin erbee, deceased, twenty-four dollars; to Boss & Daily, for team to Boss & Daicarry the remains of the late Senator Witherbee, deceased, from Pontiac to Flint, eight dollars.

To I. B. Huzzy, for cash paid per order of president of senate, three dollars; to James Armstrong, for five days' services as ser geant-at-arms pro tempore of the senate, for the year eighteen hundred and forty-six, twelve dollars; to G. F. Rood & Co., for sta- G F Rood tionery furnished secretary and engrossing and enrolling clerks, thirteen dollars and twenty-five cents; to V. W. McGraw, to hair vw M'Grm and leather cushions furnished senate chairs, twenty-seven dollars and fifty cents; to Stevens & Zug, for articles furnished for repairs Steevens & of senate chamber, twenty-five dollars and twenty-five cents; to A. A S WilS. Williams, for advertising proposals for state printing, five dol

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lars and fifty cents; to A. S. Williams, for publishing general orders for adjutant general's office, fifteen dollars; to Edward D.' Ellis, for advertising general orders No. 14, of adjutant general, in

December, eighteen hundred and forty-six, six dollars; to Edward MDoughe'ty

D. Ellis, for advertising proposals for printing and binding for eighteen hundred and forty-seven, two dollars; to Michael Dougherty, for services and work done for the state during the year one thousand eight hundred and forty-three, five dollars and twenty-six cents; to John Ball, for services as commissioner in locating the county seats in the counties of the Upper Peninsula thirty-four days, sixty-eight dollars, and for expenses during the same time, eighty-seven dollars and sixty-four cents; to Horace C. Thurber, for services as commissioner in locating the county seats in the Upper Peninsula, thirty-six days, seventy-two dollars, and for expenses during the same time, ninety-six dollars and sixty-five cents; to H. V. Man, for services as commissioner in fixing county seats in Upper Peninsula, thirty-six days, seventy-two dollars, and for expenses during the

same time, ninety-nine dollars and seventy-four cents. Appropria

To senator Balch, for paid for stationery for himself, five dollars ; to senator McReynolds, paid stationery for self, five dollars ; to senator Schwarz, paid stationery for self, five dollars ; to senator Eldredge, paid stationery for self, five dollars; to senator Fenton, paid stationery, self, five dollars; to senator Green, paid stationery, self, five dollars; to senator Toll, paid stationery, self, five dollars; to senator Maynard, paid stationery, self, five dollars; to senator Robinson, paid stationery, self, five dollars; to senator Danforth, paid stationery, self, five dollars; to senator Cook, paid stationery, self, five dollars; to senator Thurber, stationery for self, five dollars; to senator Kibbee, stationery for self, five dollars; to senator Fitzgerald, for stationery for self, five dollars; to senator Coe, for stationery for self, five dollars; to senator Lathrop, for stationery for self, five dollars ; to senator Denton, for stationery for self, five dollars ; to senator Bush, for stationery for self, five dollars; to senator Al

len, for stationery for self, five dollars ; to senator Parsons, for staC B Flood tionery for self, five dollars ; to senator Rix, for stationery for self,

five dollars; to Charles B. Flood, five dollars for stationery; to Alexander K. Howard, five dollars for stationery. The appropriation to each of the above named senators to be paid by the state

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treasurer out of the treasury upon the certificate of the secretary of the senate. To G. F. Rood & Co., for stationery furnished en-G F Rood grossing and enrolling clerk, five dollars and eighty.five cents; to G. F. Rood & Co., for stationery furnished President of Senate, secretary and engrossing and enrolling clerk, forty-four dollars and fifty-two cents; to George C. Abbott, for repairing stove pipe in Senate chamber, one dollar; to James E. Platt, Secretary of Senate, for papers furnished members and officers of the Senate the present session, sixty-three dollars; to James E. Platt, for compiling and preparing for publication, making index and superintend. ing the publication of the Senate journal and documents of the present session, including the executive journal, one hundred and fifty dollars, and for recording the executive journal, twenty-five dollars, to be paid on a certificate of the secretary of state, that the work has been correctly done ; to Augustine W. Hovey, clerk of a W Ilovey the House of Representatives, the further sum of fifty dollars, for preparing for publication and making indexes to the journal and documents of the House of Representatives at the present session, to be paid on the certificate of the secretary of state, that the work is correctly performed; to G. F. Rood & Co., for stationery furnished Secretary of Senate and engrossing and enrolling clerk for & co eighteen hundred and forty-six, forty dollars and two cents; to A. A TreadTreadway, engrossing and enrolling clerk of the Senate, and to David A. A. Ensworth, enrolling, engrossing and recording clerk DA A Ensof the House, for making a fair journal of the Senate and House of Representatives, respectively, during the present session of the legislature, to be deposited in the office of the secretary of state, the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars each, to be paid on the certificate of the secretary of state that the work is performed; to T. R. Cummings, deputy secretary of state, one hundred dollars, for tra services for the past year; that the sum of forty dollars be appropriated to J. N. Ingersoll, fur publishing laws in Lake Superior

J N IngerNews; to Mrs. Louisa Witherbee, the sum of seventy-five dollars,be- soll ing the remaining sum which would have been due to Elisha[Elijah) erbee B. Witherbee, late Senator, deceased; to A.'S. Bagg, for stationery A S Bagg furnished the Sergeant-at-Arms of the House, three dollars ; to A. S. Bagg, for stationery furnished the Speaker of the House of Rep

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resentatives for the year eighteen hundred and forty seven, six dollars and eighty-nine cents; to A. S. Bagg, for stationery furnished the reporters for the House of Representatives for the year eighteen hundred and forty-seven, six dollars and fifty cents.

Sec. 2. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after

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[No. 104.] AN ACT to provide for the draining of Swamps, Marshes and

other Low Lands.

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Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Michigan, That Francis H. Hagaman, of the township of Dover, Joseph H. Cleveland, of the village of Adrian, and H. J. Quackenboss, of the village of Tecumseh, all of the county of Lenawee, are hereby appointed commissioners to superintend the draining of all such marshes and other low lands in the townships of Ogden, Riga, Blissfield and Ridgeway, in the county of Lenawee, according to the provisions of this act, as do in their judgment affect injuriously the health of the inhabitants.

Sec. 2. Before entering upon their duties as such commissioners, they shall severally make oath before some person duly authorized to administer oaths, that they will justly and impartially discharge the duties assigned them by this act, which oath shall be by them filed in the county clerk's office.

Sec. 3. It shall be the duty of said commissioners to examine personally the marshes and other low lands in the townships aforesaid; to make such observations and surveys as they may deem necessary; to determine the route, line and dimensions of the several ditches or drains rebuired to be cut in or from the same, together with their length, breadth and depth.

Sec. 4. Said commissioners shall also make an estimate of the sum necessary to be raised to pay the expenses of making such ditches or drains, including all incidental expenses. They shall also make an estimate of the sum that ought to be levied upon

each section or part of a section of land lying in such marshes or other

Duty of com'rs

To make an estimate of expense.

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