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To George B. Smith, for writing done for the Legislature deiring ihe present session, twenty-one dollars.
To William W. Brown, for writing done for the Legislature during the present session, eighteen dollars,
To Elisha Bardick, for writing done for the Legislative Assem bly during the present session, twenty-one dollars.
To Julius T, Clark, for writing done for the Legislative Assembly during the present session, six dollars.
To William A. Barstow for writing done for the Legislative Assembly, during the present session, nine dollars.
To E. M. Williamson, for writing done for the Legislative As. sembly, at the present session, nine dollars.
To Moritz Schoeffler, for printing Governor's Message in the German language, by the direction of the House of Representatives, and materials for the same, eighieen dollars and forty-two cents.
To Philo White, for newspapers furnished the members of the Legislature, during the present session, seven dollars and eighty cents,
To George P. Delaplaine, for thirty days services as private secretary to the Governor during the present session, at three dollars per day, ninety dollars.
To Hale and Hopkins for stationery and wo eight-quire record books for the journal of the Council and House of Representa: tives, furnished at the present session, thirty dollars.
To John Y. Smith, for his salary from July Ist, 1815, 10 February 4th, 1846, one hundred seventy-seven dollars and foriy-six çents: 'Also, sor clerk during present session of the Legislature, thirty days, forty-five dollars: Also, for clerk during session of the Supreme Court, 1845, twenty one days, at one dollar and fifty cents per day, as provided by law, thirig.one dollars and fifty cents: Also, to services and expenses
Milwaukee to purchase stationery and other articles, twenty-eight dollars and fifty cents.
To Charles H. Larkin, forty-eight dollars for sixteen days writing for the Legislative Assembly, at its present session.
To John A. Brown, for newspapers furnished members of the Legislature during the present session, cighe dollars and twenty, cents.
Po the Rev. Stephen McHogh, for services as chaplain to the Council during the present session of the Legislature, one hundred dollars.
To Rev. Rufus Spaulding, for his services as chaplain to the House of Representatives during present session of the Legislature, one hundred dollars.
To James M. Goodhue, for newspapers furnished the members. of the Assembly during present session, seven dollars and eigbry, cents.
To Cyrus P. IIiller, for writing for the Legislative Assembly, sixteen dollars.
To W. W. Wyman, for neizspapers furnished the members of the Assembly, during the present session, seventy-three dollars and four cents.
To William D. Wilson, for newspapers furnished the members of the Assembly during the present session, fisieen dollars (and] sixty cents,
To Richard T. Davis, for three days services making fires at the commencement of the present session, nine dollars.
Tof. Doran Jenkins, for writing for the Legislative Assembly, ffieen dollars.
To Cyrus p. Isiller, the sum of twenty-one dollars for writing done for the Legislative Assembly.
TO O. S. Dunham, for two dozen chairs for the Legislative Ilalls and committee rooms, thirty-six dollars.
To John Y. Smith, for subscription to the Law Library, for 1845 for the use of the Territorial Library, ten dollars.
To Joseph G. Knapp, for writing done for the present session of the Legislative Assembly, three dollars.
To John Ramsdell, for writing done for the present session of the Legislative Assembly, thirty dollars.
To Thomas McHugh, for writing done for the present session of the Legislative Asseinbly, thirty dollars.
To Simeon Mills, for printing done for the House of Representatives, the three lasi days of the session, seveniçen dollars and ninety-six cents.
Sec. 2. That the balance of the fund appropriated by Con. gress for the payment of the expenses of the Legislative Asseinbly for the current year, which may remain osier deducting from
such fund the per diem and mileage of the members, the pay of officers and other incidental expenses provided for in this act, be and the said balance is hereby appropriated to be expended under the direction of the Superintendent of Territorial Property, in the purchase of books for the library of the Territory: Propided, That the first books to be purchased shall be such volumes of reports as may be necessary to continue and complete the sette which have been heretofore purchased and are now belonging to she library.
APPROVED February 3, 1846.
JOINT RESOLUTION instructing the Attorney
General to collect certain delinquent taxes: RESOLVED by the Council and House of Representatives of the Territory of Wisconsin:
That the Attorney General be instructed to ascertain the amount of delinquent territorial taxes due from the several coun: ties in the Territory, assessed prior to the year 1845; and that her be directed to take such measures for the collection of tlre same as he shall ibink proper, paying all morteys which he may so col: leci, into the Treasury of the Territory.
APPROVED February 3, 1846.
JOINT RESOLUTION instructing the Supeřiti
tendent of Territorial Property to perform certain duties.
RESOLVED, by the Council and House of Representatives of the Territory of Wisconsin :
That the Superintendent of 'Territorial property be directed, in tase the people at the next April election decide to form a state
government, lo remove the partition between the Council chama ber and the Secretary rooms, to re-plaster the ceiling of said chamber and otherwise appropriately fit it up, 10 procure a necessary supply of desks and seats for the members of the convention, and also a requisite supply of stationery for their use.
Resoided, That from and after the present session of the Leg. islative Assembly, should the partitions between the Council chamber and Secretary's room be removed as contemplated by the Toregoing resolution, the Council chamber shall thereafter be known as the Hall of the House of Representatives and the pres. 'ent Representative's Ilall known as the Council chamber.
Approted February 3rd, 1846.
Joint RESOLUTION in relation to canal funds:
RESOLVED by the Council and House of Representatives of the Territory of Wisconsin:
That the receiver of the canal lands shall pay over to the treas. urer of the Territory all moneys which may arise from any sale of the canal lands except ihe suin which shall be required to defray the expenses of the sale, and the said treasurer is hereby author. ized 10 teceive the same; and ihe said treasurer of the Territory of Wisconsin is hereby required to execute to the Governor of the Territory and his successors in offico, for the use of the Ter. ritory or future State of Wisconsin, a bond in the penal sum of fifty thousand dollars to be approved by the Governor, conditioned for the faithful discharge of his duties as treasurer.
Resolved, That the money thus received into the treasury of the Territory shall be liable for all debts due from said Territory, and the said treasurer is hereby authorized to pay and discharge the same in the same manner and for the same purposes as aný other inoney in said treasury.