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To Jefferson Kinney, for fees as witness in the same J. Kinney. cases, eleven dollars and twenty-four cents. To John Catlin for fees as witness in the same cases,
J. Catlin. eighteen dollars and sixty cents.
To George P. Delaplaine for fees as witness in the G. P. Dela. same, eighteen dollars and sixty cents.
plaine. To Simeon Mills, for fees as witness in the same, eigh-s. Mille. teen dollars and sixty cents, and for transporting witness to and from court, twelve dollars and fifty cents.
To Richard Hardell, for fees as witness in the same R. Hardell. cases, four dollars and ninety cents.
To Loring R. Doney, for fees as witness in the same L. R. Doney. cases, four dollars and two cents.
To C. Douglass, for fees as Supreme Court Commis-C. Douglass. sioner, in the same cases, fifty cents.
To William N. Seymour, for fees in serving notices in W'm. N. Sey. the same cases, four dollars.
To Daniel Wells, Jr. for fees as sheriff in the same D, Wells. cases, twelve dollars and twenty cents.
To William W. Wyman, for printing the census of 1842, W. W. Wyfifteen dollars.
To the Administrators on the estate of Zenas H. Bird, Administrator for transporting boxes of arms to Fort Winnebago, twelve of Z. H. Bird. dollars.
To La Fayette Kellogg, for fees as Clerk of the Supreme L. F. Kellogg. Court, in the cases of the United States Exrelatione Thomas J. Noyes, vs. Allen W. Hatch, two dollars and T. J. Noyes. sixty cents.
To J. T. Wilson, for repairing Lightning Rod on the J. T. Wilson. capitol, two dollars.
APPROVED, January 30, 1844.
AN ACT to provide for the payment of the ex
penses of the Legislative Assembly, therein mentioned. Be it enacted by the Council and House of Representatives of the Territory of Wisconsin:
§ 1. That there shall be paid out of the sum appropriated by Congress for defraying the expenses of the Legis
lative Assembly of this Territory, for the year ending 30th
June, 1844. W. W. Wy. To William W. Wyman for printing, folding, stitching
and binding one hundred and twenty-five copies of the journal of the House of Representatives of the sessions of 1842 and 1843, as per joint resolution of Legislative Assembly, and for paper for same, five hundred and twentyeight dollars and eighty-seven cents.
To John P. Sheldon and George Hyer, for printing, Hyer. folding, stitching and binding, one hundred and twenty
five copies of Journal of the Council, for the sessions of 1842 and 1843, as per joint resolution of the Legislative Assembly, and for paper for same, five hundred and fifty-nine dollars and seventy-four cents.
To John P. Sheldon and George Hyer, for printing,
folding, stitching and binding fifteen hundred copies of Hyer.
the laws of the sessions of 1842 and 1843, per resolution of Legislative Assembly, and for paper for same, four hundred and eleven dollars and seventeen cents.
To John P. Sheldon and George Hyer, for printing Sheldon & report (H) of a select committee, relative to cancelling Hyer.
bonds, fifty three dollars and eleven cents; also for advertising proposals, per order superintendant territorial property, two dollars; also for printing five hundred copies of “An act to amend an act to provide for the government of the several towns," &c. sixty-eight dollars
and thirty-one cents. P. C. Hale. To P. C. Hale, for stationery and candles, furnished
the Legislative Assembly at its present session, including transportation on same, five hundred sixty-six dollars and seventy cents.
To J. D. Weston, for stationery furnished the present session of the Legislative Assembly, seventeen dollars
and fifty-two cents. M. M. Strong
To Marshall M. Strong, President of the Council, for extra compensation as President, fifty-eight days at three
dollars per day, one hundred and seventy-four dollars. D. Newland. To David Newland, for extra compensation as Presi
dent of the Council, two days at three dollars per day,
six dollars. G. H. Walker. To George H. Walker, Speaker of the House of Rep
resentatives, for extra compensation as Speaker, fifty-eight days, at three dollars per day, one hundred and seventyfour dollars.
J. D. Weston.
To Richard T. Davis, for work done on doors and R. T. Davis. windows of Capitol, and putting up shelves in library and locks on me!nbers desks, ten dollars and fifty cents.
To William Wilcox, for repairing hearths and fire-Wm. Wilcox. place in Representatives Hall, and plastering in legislative halls, six dollars.
To J. T. Wilson, for making fender for arch of chim-J. T. Wilson. ney, making ash-pan, and mending shovels and tongs for legislative halls, five dollars.
To Carlos Jocelin, for mending chimney where capitol C. Jocelin. took fire, and furnishing materials for same, five dollars.
To A. J. Wells, for nine days services in cleaning rooms A. J. Wells, in Capitol, and chopping wood, eleven dollars and twenty-five cents.
To John Y. Smith, Superintendent of Territorial prop-J. Y. Smith. erty, for services as librarian and taking charge of Capitol, furniture of legislative halls, and Territorial property, his salary from 1st July, 1843, to 1st July, 1844, three hundred dollars.
To John Y. Smith, for stationery and services for the J. Y. Smith. use of the Legislative Assembly, twelve dollars.
To John Y. Smith, for cash paid on official letters and J. Y. Smith. law library, five dollars and twenty-two cents.
To John Catlin, Post Master at Madison, for postage J. Catlin. of the members of the Legislative Assembly, during the present session, four hundred and thirty-six dollars and thirty-two cents; which appropriation shall have preference as to payment by the Secretary of the Territory over any other appropriation embraced in this act.
To the Rev. Jesse L. Bennett, for his services as chap- Rev. J.L. Ben. lain to the House of Representatives during the present session, one hundred dollars.
To Peter H. Van Bergen, for furnishing two hundred P. H. Van Ber cords of wood for the use of the Legislative Assembly at gab. its present session, three hundred dollars.
To Charles Doty, for services as Clerk in the Execu-C. Doty. tive office during the present session of the Legislative Assembly, fifty-nine days at three dollars per day, one hundred and seventy-seven dollars.
To Seth M. Van Bergen, for hauling to steps of the S. M. Van Capitol, one hundred and forty-five cords of wood during Bergan. the present session, at twenty-five cents per cord, thirtysix dollars and twenty-five cents.
To Theopilus Haylett, for fifty-seven days labor chop-T. Haylett.
B. C. East. man.
ping wood for use of Legislative Assembly, during its present session, and eight days labor in cleaning Capitol, and assisting in repairing same, in November last, at one dollar and fifty cents per day, ninety-seven dollars ard
fifty cents. Library.
For additions to the library, the continuation of reports, parliamentary bistory, &c. five hundred dollars, to be
drawn and expended by Charles M. Baker. J. Catlin. To John Catlin, for preparing the journal of the House
of Representatives of the present session for publication, and affixing an index thereto, two hundred dollars.
To Ben C. Eastman, for preparing the Journal of the Council of the present session for publication, and fixing an index thereto, two hundred dollars.
The said John Catlin and Ben C. Eastman shall, withJ. Catlin & B. C. Eastman. out being allowed any compensation therefor, beyond
what is hereinbefore allowed them, prepare the laws passed at the present session for publication, with an index and marginal references thereto; provided such services shall not be rendered in due season by the Secretary of the Territory, and for that purpose they shall have access to, and be furnished with all the laws and resolutions passed at the present session in the office of said secretary; and they shall carefully compare the proof sheet of the printed laws, with the laws on file in the of
fice of the Secretary of the Territory. M. C. Darling To Mason C. Darling, for extra compensation as Spea
ker pro tem of the House of Representatives, two days,
six dollars. Rev. R. F.
To the Rev. Richard F. Cadle, for his services as Cadlc. Chaplain to the Council during the present session, one
hundred dollars. P. C. Hale.
To P. C. Hale, for balance due for binding one hundred and forty-two volumes of the laws of Wisconsin for library, in 1843, and transportation on the same, after deducting for three parts sets had by him laws, six dula lars ; fifty-two dollars and twenty-five cents.
To J. D. Weston for stove and two clocks furnished J. D. Weston.
for the Legislative Halls the present session, thirty-six dollars.
To John Y. Smith, Superintendent of territorial propfor bis boy. erty, for hire of assistant librarian during his absence on
official business, the session of the Supreme Court, and the present session of the Legislative Assembly, ninety
J. Y. Smith
four days, at one dollar and fifty cents per day, one hundred and forty one dollars.
To John P. Sheldor, and George Hyer, for incidental Sheldon & printing for Council and House of Representatives, of Hyer. bills, joutnals, reports, and folding, stitching, and paper for the same, and for newspapers furnished the members of the Legislative Assembly at its present session, in full as per bill, one thousand five hundred and twenty-one dollars and twenty-two cents.
To Henry K. White, for writing for the Legislative H. K. Wbite. Assembly, at its present session, one hundred and seventy-seven dollars.
To Albert G. Knight, for writing for the Legislative A. G. Knight. Assembly, at its present session, one hundred and seventy-seven dollars.
To Nehemiah Locy, for services for the Governor and n. Locy. Legislative Assembly, in making fires, carrying wood, sweeping capitol and attending on committee rooms and library, one hundred and seventy-seven dollars.
To Mason C. Darling, for services rendered and expen-M. C. Darling ses as one of committee on joint resolution of the Legislative Assembly in examining into the affairs of the Milwaukee and Rock river canal company, and the Milwaukee Fire Insurance company, sixty dollars.
To John S. Little, for the law library furnished the J. S. Little. Wisconsin Library during the year 1843, ten dollars, to be paid John Y. Smith and by him forwarded to said Little.
To John Y. Smith for three and a half days work by J. Y. Smith. Robert Moore and S. M. Van Bergen, carrying wood and Robert More cleaning rooms of Capitol at the commencement of the
bergen. present session, five dollars and twenty-five cents. To Nelson Bigman, for services cleaning halls, privy,
N. Bigman. spittoons, carrying wood, &c. forty-nine dollars.
To C. Latham Sholes, for two hundred and thirty-eight C. L. Sholes, copies of Southport Telegraph, furnished the bers of the Legislative Assembly, eleven dollars and ninety cents.
To H. O. Sholes, for one hundred and eighty copies H. O. Sholes. of Green Bay Republican, furnished members of the Legislative Assembly, nine dollars.
To Thomas Eastman, for three hundred and forty-four T. Eastman. copies Northern Badger, furnished the members of the Legislative Assembly, seventeen dollars and twenty cents.