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Sec. 12. To Albin Blood, the sum of eight dollars, for making and putting up ladder to dome of capitol.

Sec. 13. To Peter Kavanaugh, the sum of seventy-two dollars, for work done in excavating south half of the basement of the capitol.

Sec. 14, To Darwin Clark, the sum of five dollars, for work done under directions of superintendent of territorial property

Sec. 15. To William H. Foot, the sum of five dollars, for teaming.

Sec. 16. To Nathaniel F. Hyer, the sum of three hundred dollars, in full for services in locating university lands.

Sec. 17. To Martin Van Bergen, the sum of three dollars, for work and setting glass in capitol.

Sec. 18. To A. A. Bird, the sum of five dollars, for work done on capitol.

Sec. 19. To S. L. Rood, the sum of ninety-four dollars. and seventy-five cents, for binding laws, journals, and books for the territorial library.

Sec. 20. To E. A. Stoddard, the sum of fifteen dollars and ninety cents, for publishing governor's proclamations.

Sec. 21. To Francis A. Utter, the sum of twenty-one dollars and five cents, for publishing governor's proclamations.

Sec. 22. To Wilson and King the sum of twenty-four dol. lars, for publishing governor's proclamations.

Sec. 23. To George M. Oakley, the sum of two dollars, for labor, making repairs on the capitol.

Sec. 24. To Harrison Reed, the sum of fifty-four dollars and fifty-one cents, for printing done for the governor in the

year 1842.

Sec. 25. To William Pyncheon, the sum of five dollars, for making stove hearths for capitol.

Sec. 26. To Alden and Tompkins, the sum of seventeen dollars and sixty cents, for publishing governor's proclamations.

Sec. 27. To the Southport Telegraph, the sum of twentyone dollars, for publishing the governor's proclamations.

Sec. 28. To Robinson and Brother, the sum of twenty dollars and eighty cents, for publishing the governor's proclamations.

Sec. 29, To Loren Smith, the sum of twenty-one dollars, for publishing governor's proclamations in the Southport American.

Sec. 30. To Edward Bliss, the sum of twenty-two dollars, for publishing the governor's proclamations.

Sec. 31. To William H. Sullivan, the sum of twenty-four dollars, for publishing governor's proclamations.

Sec. 32. To Beriah Brown, the sum of twenty-four dollars, for publishing governor's proclamations,

Sec. 33. To J. L. Marsh, the sum of twenty-two dollars, for publishing governor's proclamations.

Sec. 34. To Bunner & Stafford, the sum of twenty-four dollars, for publishing governor's proclamations.

Sec. 35. To James M. Goodhue, the sum of twenty-four dollars, for publishing governor's proclamations.

Sec. 36. TO John S. Fillmore, the sum of sixteen dollars and nine cents, for papers furnished legislative assembly, in the year 1845, being the amount appropriated by an act providing for the expenses of the legislative assembly, for the year 1846, approved February 3, 1846.

Sec. 37. To Geo. P. Delaplaine, the sum of one hundred dollars for extra compensation for extra services, rendered as auditor of the territory.

Sec. 38. To John Catlin the sum of eighty-eight dollars and fifty cents, to be paid out of the first monies in the territorial treasury, for payment made to John Y. Smith, of seventysix dollars and fifty cents, and to Henry Gullion of twelve dollars, under an act providing for the payment of the expenses of the legislative assembly, approved February 3, 1846, which were disallowed at the treasury department of the U. nited States.

Sec. 39.' To Jonathan Larkin, the sum of three hundred and eighty dollars, as compensation for extra services as ireasurer of the territory for receiving and disbursing the monies received for the sale of the canal lands. Sec. 40. To the treasurer of the territory, the sum of

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three hundred and twelve dollars, to be applied for the purchase of a safe for the treasurer's office.

Sec. 41, To William H. Clement, the sum of ten dollars and fifty-one and one half cents, for his fee in serving turn of a subpæna of James D. Doty, for the March term of the Iowa district court, in the suit of the territory of Wisconsin against James Morrison and others.

Sec. 42. To La Fayette Kellogg, the sum of fifteen dollars and twenty-five cents, for expenses in going to Milwaukee to get constitution bound, and cash paid for binding the

same.

Sec. 43. To James Hopkins, the sum of two dollars, for putting up railing and lamps, in the council chamber.

Sec. 44. To Levi Boothe, for services under the direction of the superintendent of territorial property, in cleaning the capitol square, sweeping the halls, cleaning and fitting the rooms of the capitol for the use of the legislative assembly, one hundred and fifty dollars, it being the amount of one year's services, commencing on the 22d day of February, A. D. 1846.

Sec. 45. To W. W. Wyman, the sum of twenty-four dollars for publishing governor's proclamations.

Sec. 46. To Ira W. Bird, for attendance on supreme court and serving subpænas in suits on behalf of territory, the sum of one hundred dollars in full for services against the territory: Provided, that no further sum shall be allowed for attendance of sheriff on supreme court, unless at the request of, and under the certificate of said court.

Sec. 47. To E. B. Dean, jr. for carpeting and other materials, furnished and used about the capitol, the sum of nine hundred and ninety-fbur dollars and eighteen cents. Also, to said Dean the sum of twenty-four dollars for wrapping paper, furnished for the late convention.

Sec. 48. To Geo. A. Cary, for blacksmithing and materials found for use of capitol gate and yard, the sum of eighteen dollars and fifty cents.

Sec. 49. To Baxter & Hall, for books furnished as per bill, five dollars and forty-three cents.

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Sec. 50. To John T. Wilson, for lamp pulleys and repairing seal press, the sum of nine dollars.

Sec. 51. To William P. Henry, for copying reports of bank of Mineral Point, for use of the committee of the legislature of session of 1846, the sum of thirty-one dollars and eighty-seven cents.

Sec. 52. To Simeon Mills, for the unpaid balance for materials and printing during session, and for printing laws and journals for 1845, and interest, in full of all charges for said session, the sum of two thousand three hundred and ninety dollars and thirty-nine cents.

Sec. 53. To James H. Knowlton, for his fees as attorney at the supreme court, in the case of the territory vs. J. D. Doty et. al., July term, 1844, the sum of seventy-five dollars.

WILLIAM SHEW,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
MASON C. DARLING,

President of the Council. APPROVED, February 11, 1847.

HENRY DODGE.

AN ACT

To provide for the payment of the expenses of

the Legislative Assembly for the year A. D. 1847.

Be it enacted by the Council and House of Representatives of the Territory of Wisconsin:

Section 1. There shall be paid out of the sum appropriated by congress for defraying the expenses of the present

session of the legislative assembly of this territory as follows to wit:

To Mason C. Darling, as president of the council, three dollars per day, extra for thirty-nine days' services, one hundred and seventeen dollars :

To William Shew, as speaker of the house of representa. tives, three dollars per day extra for thirty-nine days' services, one hundred and seventeen dollars :

To La Fayette Kellogg, for preparing the journal of the house of representatives of the present session for publica-. tion and affixing an index thereto, two hundred dollars :

To the Rev. Franklin Whittaker, for services as chaplain to the house of representatives during the present session of the legislative assembly, one hundred dollars :

To the Rev. Henry Hovey, for services as chaplain to the council during the present session of the legislative assem-bly, one hundred dollars :

To George P. Delaplaine, for thirty-nine days' services as. private secretary to the governor during the present session of the legislative assembly, at three dollars per day; one hun.. dred and seventeen dollars :

To W. H. H. Humphrey, the sum of one hundred and seve. enteen dollars, for writing done for the present legislative assembly :

To Henry A. Lambert, the sum of seventy-eight dollars, for writing done for the present legislative assembly:

To David Holt, postmaster at Madison, for postage on letters, papers, and other documents of the members of the legislative assembly during the present session, four hundred and two dollars and thirty-two cents :

To E. B. Dean, jr., for bill of stationery and other articles furnished for the use of the legislative assembly at its present session, the sum of eight hundred thirty-one dollars and twenty-four cents:

To Simeon Mills, for incidental printing done for the le.. gislative assembly at its present session, including newspapers furnished the members of the assembly; and for newspapers containing the laws of the last session sent to [the] clerks of the several counties for distribution as provided

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