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the purposes mentioned in this act, and none other, not exceeding in value the amount of capital stock herein authorized.

Sec. 4. In collection of debts against said corporation, if corporate property cannot be found sufficient to satisfy any execution Trustees liaissued against it, the trustees shall be liable as partners in trade, for any debt created by them, wbilst trustees in behalf of said corporation; and if such debts cannot be collected from the corporate property of said institution, or from the property of the trustees as aforesaid, then each stockholder shall be individually liable therefor.

Sec. 5. The institution shall be subject to visitation at any time Subject to by the superintendent of public instruction; and the trustees shall annually, on or before the twentieth day of October, in each year, make to the superintendent a full report of the literary and pectiDiary condition of said institution.

Sec. 16. The legislature may at any time alter, amend or repeal this act.

Approved March 17, 1847.

visitation.

[No. 102.] AN ACT to dispose of certain Statute Books within this State.

Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatires of the State of Michigan, as follows: The secretary of state is hereby authorized and empowered to dispose of the following volumes of the statute laws of this state, by sale or exchange for other and miscellaneous books, that is to say: one hundred copies of the session laws of 1842; two hundred copies of the session laws of 1814; three hundred copies of the session laws of 1845, and six hundred copies of the session laws of 1846: Provided, The number of copies of the session laws remaining in the library for the years ’42, '44 and '45, shall not be less than one hundred for each year, and those of '46 shall not be less than 300 copies. The revised statutes of '38, so remaining, shall not be less than one hundred copies.

Sec. 2. All moneys received by the said secretary of state for volumes sold as above provided, shall be paid by him, into the

treasury of the state, and all books received in exchange as therein
provided, shall be deposited in the state library.

Approved March 17, 1847.

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[No. 103.]
AN ACT making appropriations to defray certain expenses au-

thorized for the year eighteen hundred and forty-seven.
Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representa-
tives of the State of Michigan, That the following sums be and the
same are hereby appropriated out of the general fund:

To G. F. Rood & Co., for stationery furnished the supreme and

chancery courts of the second circuit, in the year one thousand A M Gould. eight hundred and forty-six, on the order of A. M. Gould, clerk and

register, thirty-one dollars and twenty-five cents; also for stationery
furnished the supreme court, first circuit, in the year eighteen hun-
dred and forty-six, on the order of D. C. Holbrook, acting clerk,
thirteen dollars and sixty-three cents; also for stationery furnished

the court of chancery, fourth circuit, in the year eighteen hundred A Treadway and forty-six, on the order of A. Treadway, register, six dollars

and sixty-three cents; also for stationery furnished the office of at

torney general, on his order, in the year eighteen hundred and A W Hovey forty-six, four dollars; also for stationery furnished A. W. Hovey,

clerk of the house of representatives, in the year eighteen hundred
and forty-six, three dollars and sixty-three cents.

To S. W. Higgins for preparing a map for use of the legislature
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of eighteen hundred and forty-six, ten dollars; also for completing
for the use of the state land office, lists of the fractional sixteenth
sections of the whole lower peninsula in the year eighteen
hundred and forty-six, ten dollars; to Henry H. Steevens for ser-
vices in the secretary of state's office from July sixth to November
nineteenth, eighteen hundred and forty-six, inclusive, certified by
the secretary of state, one hundred and thirty-seven dollars ; to R.
C. Bradford and Company for carpeting and other articles furnish-
ed for the capitol on the certificate of secretary of state in the year
eighteen hundred and forty-six, two hundred dollars and thirty-
nine cents; to William R. Hill for services rendered and articles

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furnished, in repairing the out-houses and grounds about the capitol in the year eighteen hundred and forty-six, two hundred and thirty-seven dollars and fifty-three cents; to Silas Vanderohof, for a book case furnished the secretary of state's office, as certified by hoof him in the year eighteen hundred and forty-seven, thirty-five dollars; to George McKenzie, for stationery furnished for the use of the court of chancery, on the order of the chancellor, in the year eighteen hundred and forty-six, twelve dollars; to John Webster, J Webster for repairs on conductor pipes, cleaning, putting up and repairing eleven stoves, and for materials furnished in doing said work, in and about the capitol, in the year eighteen hundred and forty-six, fifteen dollars and fifty-three cents; to Edward N. Lacroix, for En Lacroix services rendered the state in arranging the library after the adjournment of the legislature of eighteen hundred and forty-six, as

A Kaminsky certified by the secretary of state, fifteen dollars. To A. Kaminsky, for printing, correeting proof sheets by the manuscripts of the translator, and stitching seven hundred copies of the Governor's message, in the German language, for the year eighteen hundred and forty-seven, sixty-five dollars.

To Asahel S. Bagg, for stationery furnished A. W. Adams, used in recording the journal of the Senate in the year eighteen hundred and forty-six, seven dollars and eighty-four cents ; also for stationery furnished for the use of the adjutant general in his office for the year eighteen hundred and forty-six, on his order, six dollars and thirty-two cents; also for stationery furnished for the use of the court of chancery, first circuit, for the year eighteen hundred and forty-six, as certified by D. C. Holbrook, assistant register, twelve, dollars and fifty cents; also for stationery furnished for the use of brook the supreme court, first circuit, eighteen hundred and forty-six, on the order of D. C. Holbrook, clerk, four dollars and twenty-five cents; also for stationery furnished the attorney general, on his order, for the year eighteen hundred and forty-six, nineteen dollars and seventy-six cents; to Bagg & Harmon, for stationery furnished more and printing done for the superintendent of public instruction, on his order, from April twenty-first, eighteen hundred and forty-six, to January seventh, eighteen hundred and forty-seven, one hundred

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and binding done for secretary of state, from January ninth, eighteen hundred and forty-six, to February eighteenth, eighteen hundred and forty-seven, on his order, one hundred' and twenty-three dollars and forty-eight cents; to Bagg & Harmon, for printing for secretary of state, on his order, from April fifteenth, eighteen hundred and forty-six, to February seventeenth, eighteen hundred and forty-seven, three hundred and sixty-eight dollars and fifty cents; to Bagg & Harmon, for printing for the adjutant general from April twenty-fifth to September seventh, eighteen hundred and forty-six, as certified by him, seventy-two dollars and fifty cents; to Bagg & Harmon, for printing for the state treasurer from September fifteenth tc November fifth, eighteen hundred and forty-six, as certified by him, five dollars and sixty-three cents.

To Bagg & Harmon, for printing for the secretary of state, as

certified by him, from August twentieth to September fifteenth, L Fasquelle. eighteen hundred and forty-six, sixteen dollars; to L. Fasquelle,

for translating and correcting proof sheets of the Governor's message into the French language, for the year eighteen hundred and forty-seven, fifty dollars; to Louis Cavalli, for translating the Gov

ernor's message into the German language for the year eighteen A S Kellogg hundred and forty-seven, fifty dollars ; to A. S. Kellogg, for station

ery for A. W. Hovey, clerk of the House of Representatives, Janu

ary seventh, eighteen hundred and forty-seven, four dollars ; to G. & Rood F. Rood & Co., fer a pail, basket, brush and paste found for the

use of the House of Representatives, eighteen hundred and fortyW A Morri-seven, one dollar and seventy-five cents; to William A. Morrison,

for thirteen and a half yards of crape furnished for the use of the members of the House of Representatives for the year eighteen hundred and forty-seven, eight dollars and forty-three cents; to S. Britton, for furnishing cloth and covering the tables, and putting locks and knobs on them, in the House of Representatives, January seventh, eighteen hundred and forty-seven, forty-six dollars and twenty-five cents; to Thomas Hall, for fixing up stove screens in the secretary of state's office, as certified by him, December third,

eighteen hundred and forty-six, four dollars and fifty cents; to B. Noyes

B. & W. R. Noyes, Jr., for spittoons furnished for the Hall of the
House of Representatives, January twelfth, eighteen hundred and

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forty-seven, two dollars; to S. Wesley & Wolford, for chairs and Wesley and cushions furnished for the secretary of state's office, as certified by him, February ninth, eighteen hundred and forty-seven, sixteen dollars; also, for cushions furnished for the House of Representatives, January twenty-six, eighteen hundred and forty-seven, twelve dollars ; to Asahel S. Bagg, for stationery furnished A. W. Hovey, A S Bags clerk of the House of Representatives, from January fourth to February twenty-seventh, eighteen hundred and forty-seven, twentyone dollars and thirty cents; to A. W. Hovey, to pay for various newspapers furnished to members and officers of the House of Representatives for the year eighteen hundred ard forty-seven, during the session of the legislature, thirty dollars and eighty-one cents; to Vaile & Brothers, for two chairs furnished for the use of the House of Representatives, January twenty-nine, eighteen hun- Brothers. dred and sorty-seven, two dollars and twenty-five cents; to Frede- F H Harris. ric H. Harris,for services as quarter mastergeneral, from April thirteenth, to July fourth, eighteen hundred and forty-six, at one hundred and fifty dollars per annum, thirty-four dollars and eleven cents ; to Augustine W. Hovey, clerk of the House of Represenatives, for compiling and preparing for publication, making indexes and superintending the publication of the House journal and documents of the present session, one hundred dollars, to be paid on the certificate of the secretary of state, that the work has been correctly done; to John S. Bagg, postmaster at Detroit, for postage on letters, papers and documents, to the members of the legislature, during the session of eighteen hundred and forty-seven, three hundred and sixteen dollars and seventy-seven cents; to C. Morse, for C Morse. stationery furnished A. W. Hovey, clerk of the House of Repre. sentatives, January fifth, eighteen hundred and forty-seven, one dollar and sixty-nine cents; to Rufus Kibbee, John W. Turner and R Kibbee, Alfred Pond, for expenses incurred in going to, returning from, and and A Pond. while at Jackson, as a joint committee from the Senate and House of Representatives of state prison investigation, fifteen dollars each; to Bagg and Harmon, for furnishing ninety-four copies of the daily Free Press, to members and officers of the legislature Bagg & Harduring the session of eighteen hundred and forty-seven, one hundred and fifty dollars and forty cents ; to A. S. Bagg for binding and

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