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the message in German, eigiiteen dollars; to William Olds, for go
ing to Mason, for services on the death of Hon. H. C. Noble, one Smith and dollar and fifty cents; to Smith & Case, for same, seven dollars; J C Gaylord to J. C. Gaylor, for same, ten dollars; 10 A. F. Prouty, for desk AT Prouty
furnished the office of the register of the court of chancery, in the
third circuit in 1846, forty dollars. To proprie.
To publishers of the Albany 'Evening Journal, for papers fur tors of cer nished from 1841 to 1848, inclusive, sixteen dollars and ninety
cents; 10 the publishers of the Hillsdals Gazette, fifty cents; to the publishers of the Kalamazoo Gazette, fifty cents; to the publishers of the True Democrat, fifty cents; to the publishers of the Coldwater Sentinel, one dollar and fifty cents; to the publishers of the Adrian Expositor, fisty cents: to the publishers of the Marshall Statesman, one dollar; to ihe publishers of Norwich, Connecticut Courier, one dollar; to the publishers of Neal's Saturday Gazette, seventy-five cents; to the publishers of the Albany New York Argus, two dollars; to the publishers of the Washington Union, sis dollars; to the publishers of the Hartford Times, two dollars; to the publishers of the Ohio Statesman, one dollar and seventy-fire cents; to the publishers of the New York Evening Post, (wo dollars and fifty cents; to the publishers of the Port Huron Observer, five dollars and fifty cents; to the publishers of the Albany Evening Journal, fifty cents.
To Bagg & Harmon, for printing, binding and stationery, for auditor's office, from May 191h, 1848, 10 January 12, 1849, IWO hundred and seventy-nine dollars and filliy cents; 10 A. Smith Bagg,
for binding and stationery for auditor's office, from Jung Ist, 1948, AS Bags.
to January 12th, 1849, thirty dollars and twenty-five cents; to A. S. Bagg, for blanks and stationery furnished adjutant general's office,
for the year 1848, twenty-three dollars and ninety.one cents; 10 Bag & lar. Bagg & Harinon, for printing and stationery for adjutant general AS Bags
in 1848, forty-three dollars and sixty cents; to A. S. Bagg, for fuling four hundred sheets of abstracts of sales, and mounting three
maps of Lansing for state land office, four dollars and twenty-five Batz & Har, cents; to Bagg & Harmon, for printing and stationery for superin
tendent of public instruction for 1848, one hundred and seventy-six dollars; to Bagg & Harmon, for stationery furnished lieutenant governor, thirteen dollars and fisty-two cents; to Bagg & Harmon,
Bags & llar-
for stationery furnished secretary of senate, thirty-six dollars and nineteen cents; to Bags & Harmon, for station ery furnished enrolling and engrossing clerk of the senate, fifteen dollars and thirtyeight cents; to Bagg & Harmon, for stationery furnished the com. mittee on supplies of the senate, fifty-five dollars ard twelve
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To Mr. Shoemaker, chairman of the commitee on supplies of the senate, for cash paid for sundry articles for the senate, sixteen dollars; 10 William Post, for tin ware and sheet iron and stove pipe furnished, seven dollars and ninety-five cents; to Ritchie & Heisse. Ritchie andı for Washington Union furnished the senate of 1846, forty-one dollars and sixty-seven cents; to same for Daily Union furnished in 1847, seven dollars and fifty cents.
To publishers of the lariford Times, for papers furnished. J.. B. Graham, in 1846, filly cents;. to William L. Bancroft, secretary of! the senate, for compiling and preparing for publication, making indexes and superintending the publication of the senale journals and docuienis of the present session of the legislature, two hundred dollars, to be paid on the certificate of the secretary of siate, that the work has been correctly done; to G..G. Deshon, for recording GG Desbon.. the senate journal of 1848, at the rate of six cents per folio to be paid on the certificate of the secretary of state that the same have been correctly performed, and the secretary of state shall ceriity the number of folios.
To publishers of M!. Clemens Patriots for publishing adjutant MatCorena general's orders, six dollars; to E. Clark for storing old muskets E Clark. belonging to the state, four dollars; to Rodney R. Gibson for servi. R I Gibson ces as deputy secretary of siate, one hundred dollars.
To 0. S. Carter, proprietor of the Genesee Fariner at Flint, o s Carter. fity cents; 10 G. G. Deshon, for three days services as enrolling G G Desbon clerk, nine dollars; to 0. A, Jenison for services as engrossing and o A Jenison enrolling clerk one day last session, three dollars; to proprietors of Monroe Advocate for papers furnished members of the senate Nionroe Adand house of representatives, three dollars and seventy-eight cents; 10 Alfred Cornell, junior, chaplain of the house of representatives, A Cornell. and Ransom R. Richards, chaplain of the senate, each the sum of R R Richthree dollars per day; to Horace S. Roberts for four days services a s Roberts as assistant enrolling clerk, twelve dollars; to G. G. Deshon for G G Deshon
five days services as assistant enrolling clerk, fifteen dollars; 10 Peter Carey such sum as the board of state auditors may allow for his services about the capitol, who are hereby authorized to audit and allow the same; to Edward N. Lacroix, for translating
and correcting the governor's message into the French language P Cary. for the year 1849, fifty dollars; to Peter Carey for services as fire
man to senate, fifteen dollars; James T. Kedzie for fourteen days
services as assistant enrolling clerk at three dollars per day, fortyBagg & Har- two dollars; to Bagg and Harmon eight dollars and eighty cents for
enrolling paper furnished Mr. Deshon for recording senate journal A W Novey of 1848; 10 Augustine W. Hovey forty nine dollars and sixty-eight
cents for attending the organization of the legislature; to Henry 1 Tisdale. Tisdale for the services of Benjamin F. Tisdale, deceased, as mes.
senger, the same amount as paid to other messengers, to be drawn on the warrant of the speaker of the house of representatives.
That there be appropriated for the contingent fund a sum not to exceed one thousand dollars, payable to the order of the govern.
To James Wicks, fireman of the senate, for extra services, H B Shank. twenty-five dollars; 10 H. B. Shank, for medical attendance upon J W Holmes Benjamin F. Tisdale, five dollars; to James W. Holmes, for medi:
cal attendance upon Benjamin F. Tisdale, four dollars; to the proProprietore prietors of the Daily Free Press, for daily papers furnished the r.ewspapers members of the senate and house of representatives, the sum of
one hundred and thirty-two dollars; to proprietors of Daily Commercial Bulletin, at Detroit, for daily papers furnished the officers and members of the present legislature, the sum of one hundred and thirty-two dollars; to the proprietors of Detroit Daily Advertiser, for daily papers furnished the present legislature, the sum of one hundred and thirty-two dollars; to the proprietors of the Democratic Free Press at Lansing, for papers furnished the members of the present legislature the present session, forty-seven dollars; to the proprietors of the State Journal at Lansing, for weekly papers furnished members of the present legislature, the sum of forty-seven dollars; to proprietors of Allegan Record, for papers furnished to members of the present legislature, two dollars; to the proprietors of the Niles Express, fifty cents; to the proprietors of the Niles Intelligencer, fifty cents; to the proprietor of the Niles Republican, fifty cents,
Ars't enrolling clerks,
ses of interment, &c. of
To Richard Elliot for four spilloons, furnished house of repre- R Elliot. sentatives, two dollars; 10 E. Sturges for two brooms, furnished E Sturges. house of representatives, thirty-eight cents; to John Harmon for J Harmon. stationery furnished committees on enrollment and supplies, four dollars; to assistant enrolling and engrossing clerks such sums as may be due them, at the rate of three dollars
per diem to be certified and expenby the chairman of the enrolling and engrossing committees; and Bf''Tisdale the further sum of eighty-eight dollars and ninety-eight cents to pay for the expenses of the sickness and interment of Benjamin F. Tisdale, to the following persons, to wit: to Charles P. Bush, twenty-eight dollars; to Messrs. Gorman and Fish; twenty dollars; to James W. Holmes, eight dollars; to Knickenbacker and Son, ten dollars; to Hibbard and Knapp, five dollars; to Henry Hemans, eight dollars and fifty cents: to James P. Terry, three dollars; to H. W. Edgar, three dollars; to James Weeks, two dollars; to S. W. Whitwell, one dollar and forty eight cents.
Sec. 2. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after
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Gidley's Station, in the County of Jackson, to Lansing, in the
NR hightalives of the State of Michigan, That for the purpose of im- way taries proving so much of the county line road as lies between the north ted on cerline of the township of Delhi, in the county of Ingham, and Columbia village, in the township oi Aurelius, in said county, there is appropriated all the non-resident highway taxes for the year A. D. eighteen hundred and forty-eight, as shall remain unexpended on the first day of May next, and for two years next thereaster, sor one mile on the east side thereof : Provided, That is the largest portion of any legal subdivision be within one mile, it shall include the whole of such subdivision: Provided, That this act shall not apply to any non-resident highway taxes appropriated by any law heretofore passed.
powers and duties.
bund of conunu'r.
Sec. 2. For the purpose of carrying into effect the provisions of Special coma'r-bis, this act, Champlin Havens, of Delhi, in Ingham county, is here
by appointed special commissioner, who shall be governed by the same laws, as far as the same is applicable, in expending all moneys That may be subject to his control by the provisions of this act, as are or may hereafier be in operation for the government of township
highway commissioners. Oath and Sec. 3. It shall be the duty of said commisioner before entering
upon the duties of his office, to take and subscribe an oath faith. fully to perform the duties herein assigned him, and file the same in the office of the county clerk of the county of Ingham, and deliver to the county treasurer of said county, a bond in the penal sum of one thousand dollars, with two good and sufficient sureties to be by lim approred, conditioned for the füitiful performance of all the duties imposed upon him by virtue of this act, and in de fault thereof it shall be the duty of said county treasurer to prosecute the same in the same manner as bonds are prosecuted against
List or nonresident
onde by Colin'r.
Sec. 4. It shall be the duty of said special commissioner, on or beJands to be fore the first day of Play next, io make out a list of all non-residen:
lands coming under the provisions of this act, and deliver the same 10 the country treasurers of the respective counties in which such lånas are situated, who shall thereupon open an account with the said county line road fund, and credit to said fund all moneys then in their hands, or which may hereafter be paid into their office as non-resident highway taxes, upon any of the lands described is said. list, and charge said fund all moneys which may be drawn from
said fund by said special commissioner: Payment of Sec. 5. It shall be the duty of said special commissioner in par.. and others. ment for any labor performed, or materials furnished in the im.
provement of said road, 10 issue his certificate to any person who may be entitled to the same certifying the facts as they exist in the case, and draw his warrant thereun), for the amount due such person or persons upon the county line road fund, and it shall be the duty of the county treasurer to pay the same out of any moneys, to the credit of said fund, and charge the same as provided in section four of this act.