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MEMORIALS

NUMBER I.

A MEMORIAL to Congress for a change in Mail Route No. 13,210,

in the State of Wisconsin, from West Bend, in the county of Washington, to Fond du Lac, in the county of Fond du Lac, in the State of Wisconsin.

To the Honorable the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States in Congress assembled.

The Memorial of the Legislature of the State of Wisconsin,

respectfully represents :

That there is no mail service to and from Waucousta, in the town of Osceola, in the county of Fond du Lac, in the state of Wisconsin ; that the interests and convenience of a densely populated portion of the county of Fond du Lac, would be greatly enhanced by a change in mail route No. 13,210, from West Bend, in the county of Washington, to Fond du Lac, in the county of Fond du Lac, in the state of Wisconsin, so that the said mail route shall run from Auburn post office, in said county of Fond du Lac, directly to Waucousta, in said county, and then via Foster's post office to said city of Fond du Lac; that such change would leave no post office on said route unsupplied with service, and would be but a slight increase of the distance of said mail route No. 13,210.

Your memorialists would therefore respectfully ask that the said mail route be established as aforesaid, at the earliest practicable period.

Approved February 12, 1861.

NUMBER II.

A MEMORIAL to the Post Master General for a weekly mail route

from Black River Falls, in Jackson county, to Chippewa Falls, in Chippewa county.

The Memorial of the Legislature of the State of Wisconsin,

respectfully represents :

That the interests and convenience of a large population would be greatly enhanced by the establishment of a weekly mail route from the village of Black River Falls, in Jackson county, to Chippewa Falls, in Chippewa county, via Alma, Houghtenburg, Augusta and Lincoln.

Your memorialists would respectfully ask that the said mail route be established as aforesaid at the earliest practicable period.

Approved April 15, 1861.

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STATE OF WISCONSIN,
SECRETARY'S OFFICE,

The secretary of state of the state of Wisconsin, does hereby certify that the laws, joint resolutions and memorials, published in this book, have been compared with the originals, deposited in this office, and, with the exception of the errors noted in the table on page 342, that they appear to be correctly printed. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my

hand and affixed the great seal of the [L. 8.] state at the capitol in Madison, this

25th day of July, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-one.

L. P. HARVEY,

Secretary of State.

LIST OF APPROPRIATIONS.

Date. No. To whom, and for what Appropriated. Amouni.'

1861. Jan. 22... 1... Hospital for the Insane, expenses 1st quarter,..

$5,000 00: 22... 2... State Prison, United States prisoners, ...

804 00 29... 3... Edward Ilsley, postage and telegraph,. 28 21 29... 4... Andrew Bishop, attendance on Supreme Court.....

186 00 Feb. 2... 5... State Reform School,.

2,000 00 2... 6... Sharp & Oakley, work on Capitol,

35 75 6... 7... Muldoon & Crampton, labor and iron work, ............

8 26 6... 8... Louis Gootman, furniture and repairs...... 88 50 6... 9......... Same, ............do.......... .....do ......... 69 50 6... 10... Isaac A. Luce, cement roofing, ...

187 60 6... 11... Moseley & Brother, paper hangings,

12 48 6... 12............Same, .stationery,

523 66 6... 13...C. S. Mears, Lumber, ..

93 92 6... 14...B. W. Suckow, witneess fees,

21 00 6... 15 .........Same, ......... book binding,

149 65 12... 16... State Prison, for use of, .........

5,000 00 15... 17... Schumacher & Johnson, bank lock, &c., ... 216 00 15... 18...D. C. Poole, furniture,...

58 12 15... 19... W. P. Barnes, door-keeper, 1858,..

22 50 15... 20...John J. McLelland, attorney, prosecuting trespassers on lands,

200 00 15... 21...W. H. Foster, conveying prisoners,.

76 00 15... 22...C. H. Luce, lumber, ...,

176 11 15... 23...W. P. Towers, painting, &c.,..

571 80 15... 24...James McDowell, witness fees. 1858,.

30 00 16... 25... Kansas, for relief of, .....

5,000 00 16... 26– A. W. Randall, Gov., contingent fund,... 10.000 00 18... 27... S. S. Johnson, prisoners to Reform School, 20 50 18... 28... Wm. H. Goode, ...... do ......... do ........do... 56 25 18... 29... Louis Kemper, .do.........do........do... 61 60 18... 30...John D. Welch,. .do.........do........do... 20 00 18... 31...W. D. Bacon, building and sup. Reform School,

1,345 67 18... 32... George B. Paine, paints, &c.,.......

375 85 27... 33... Candee, Dibble & Co., carpets,

499 60 27... 34... A. Brouillard, prisoner to Reform School, 35 00 Mar 2... 35... Isaac Seymour, freight Mil. & M. R. R. Co., 26 03 2... 36...S. Klauber & Co., merchandise,

689 80 6... 37...J. L. Pickard, cuts for school houses for report,

130 90

Amount.

304 93 670 85

11 00 426 42 94 00

400 00

7 05 15 66 106 00

77 40 500 000 100 00

23 00 800 00 107 90 333 90

330 00

Date. No. To whom, and for what Appropriated.

6... 38...J. B. Bowen, hardware,
6... 39... Porter & Marshall, rent Bank Comptroller,
6... 40...G. B. Holden, maps,.....
6... 41... Donaldson & Tredway, merchandise,
8... 42... Moses M. Strong, witness, 1858, ...
16... 13... Edward Rullman, Governor's message in

German,
16... 44.,.G. Van Steenwyk, telegraphing, ..
16... 45... Madison Gas & Coke Co., tar and lime, ...
10... 46...Herbert Reed, Supreme Court reports,
18... 47...R. G. Norton, locksmith work,
26... 48... S. V. Shipman, architect Insane Hospital,
26... 49... Louis Lipman, diagram assembly chamber,
26... 50... G. D. Norris, storm flag, .....
26... 51...Otis II. Waldo, legal services,
27... 52... William Beck, prisoners to reform School,
27... 53...J. Edwards Lee, Hospital for the Insane,
27.... 54... Bliss, Eberhard & Festner, binding Gover-

nor's message, &c., 1860,.
27... 55....dugust Pott, Gov. message in Holland

language,
28... 50...J.H. Warren, Chief Clerk, opening Senate,
28... 57...R. K. Findlay, merchandise,.....
28... 58... A. Sherwin, attendance supreme court,
28... 59... A. Main, rent of committee rooms, ..
28... 60... A. Burgess, doors, blinds, &c., .
28... 61...E. Gibbs, gas' fixtures, &c., ...
28... 62...C. F. Solberg, Gov, message in Norwegian
28... 63...S. II. Donnell, glass, putty, &c.,
29... 64...Simeon Mills, inerchandise, ..
29... 65.. L. H. ?. Crane, Chief Clerk, opening As-

sembly,.. 29... 66...L. F. Brownell, livery, going for witness, 29... 67...N. L. Andrews, firing guns, salute, .... 29... 68...F. W. Newland, commissioner to seize logs

29... 62... Silas Chapman, maps,. Apr.3... 70... State Prison,

4... 71... A. Scott, l'e-pointing gold pens,
4... 72... A. E. Brooks, wood,.
4... 73... Church & Hawley, furniture,
4... 74... Bliss, Eberhard & Festner, stationery,.

... 75...J. McFarland, firing salutes,..
4... 70... William Mitchell, mason work and filling

ice house,
4... 77....T. R. Hugill, serving requisitions on Gov-

ernor of Missouri,..
6... 78...L. Gootman, furniture,
6... 79... James Densmore, witness, Calkins and

Proudfit vs State, ....
6... 80...C. V. N. Kittridge, merchandise,
6... 81... Charles Rank, labor in State Prison; ......
6... 82...J. H. and A. B. Wright, refunded payment

for land,..
6... 83... Thos. Reynolds, wood,
6... 84...A. E. Brooks, wood,...
6... 87... Atwood, Rublee & Reed, printing consus

report,
6... 86... Edward Klabatz, conveying prisoner to

Reform School, ....

150 00 50 00 32 25 104 00 25 00 14 00 194 23 300 00 44 24 68 23

100 00 10 00

8 00 155 00

75 00 22,000 00

15 50 252 50 403 19 162 91 100 00

38 50

97 00 100 00

74 50 257 26 33 00

85 00 609 87 72 50

100 00

5 00

0...

6...

Date. No. To whom and for what Appropriated. Amount. Apr. 6 ... 87... Wm. H. Jenks, conveying prisoner to Reform School,

10 00 6... 88... Carpenter & Hyer, publishing notices Insane Hospital,....

8 00 ... 89...R. V. Hall, witness fees and expenses, Calkins & Proudfit vs. State,..

8 00 6... ..W. Ubice, witness fees and expenses, Calkins & Proudfit vs. State,

9 50 6... ...H. Neidecken, witness fees and expenses Calkins & Proudfit vs. State,

88 6... W. Strickland, witness fees and expenses Calkins & Proudfit vs. State, .....

1 37 6... .T. Erwin, witness fees and expenses, Calkins & Proudfit vs. State,

88 6... ...D. VanCott, witness fees and expenses, Calkins & Proudfit vs. State,.

88 ...C. L. Sholes, witness fees and expenses, Calkins & Proudfit vs. State,.

25 00 ...S. D. Hastings, witness fees and expenses Calkins & Proudfit vs. State, ....

56 00 6... ...J. H. Howe, witness fees and expenses, Calkins & Proudfit vs. State, ..

25 00 6... 90... E. Gibbs, gas fixtures, .....

19 90 6... 91...Moseley & Brother, stationery,

143 09 6... 92... D. C. Poole, crockery ware,

30 88 6... 93... Bowen & Ramsay, merchandise,.

92 29 6... 94... Lafayette Kellogg, costs in State suits, 314 37 6... 95... E. A. Calkins & Co., attorney's fees,

37 25 6... 96...James McKee, Wood,

33 CO 6... 97...C. S. Mears & Co., lumber,

10 11 6... 98...C. H. Luce, lumber,...

34 28 6... 99...John S. Rockwell, refunded payment of land,

222 57 11...100... Dane county, merchandise, assignee of E. H. Gleason,

84 60 11...101... Geo. Bennett, joint com. on State Prison, 15 00 11... ..Benjamin Ferguson, ..do.........do...... 15 00 11... ..L. W. Joiner,

.do......... do ........ 15 00 11... ...B.H. Bettis,

.do.........do........

15 00 11... ...S. E. Chapman, .do.........do........ 15 00 11... ...Geo. W. Bly,

.do.........do........ 15 00 11... .. W. H. Thomas, ..do.........do........ 15 00 11... ...D. O'Malley,...

.....do.........do........ 15 00 13...102...John B. Whitelaw, survey swamp lands, 732 00 13...103... Louis Lipman, diagrams Assembly,........

30 00 15..,104... Herbert Reed, Supreme Court reports,....

69 00 15....105...M. M. Davis, clerk joint com. investigat'n 49 00 15...106...W. H. Jonks, carrying prisoners to Reform School,..

27 50 15...107... E. J. Smith,conveying prisoners to Reform School,

28 00 16...108...Carson Brothers, stationery,

345 38 15...109... S. J. Dennis,.....

460 60 15...119...L. W. Fairchild, gold pens,

591 00 15...111...S. Raynor, stationery,.....

144 25 15...112... W. F. Mitchell, contesting seat in Assembly,

43 85

....do..

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