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COMMENCING JULY 10, AND ENDING JULY 22, 1837.
PUBLISHED IN PURSUANCE OF LAW.
WILLIAM WALTERS, PUBLIC PRINTER.
AN ACT supplementary to an act making Appropriations for the years 1837 In force 21st
Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the people of the State of Nlinois, represented in the General Assembly, That the sums allowed to the members and officers of the General As- Members and sembly, by the act to which this is a supplement, be and officers the same is hereby allowed to the several members and officers of the General Assembly as their per diem pay and travelling fees for the present session of the General Assembly.. Said compensation, when due, shall be certified and paid agreeably to said act. The Clerk of the House Clerk of H. R. of Representatives and Secretary of the Senate shall Secretary of receive the sum of fifty dollars each for furnishing the the Senate printer with a copy of the Journals of the present session of this General Assembly.
Sec. 2. The Auditor of Public Accounts shall issue Duty of Audihis warrants on the Treasury in favor of the different per- tor sons hereinafter named, for the several sums annexed to their respective names; viz:
To James Black, the sum of five dollars fifty-six and a James Black fourth cents, for crape furnished the members of the present General Assembly on the occasion of the death of the Hon. George Galbreath.
To Flack and Hogue, the sum of six dollars and seventy- Flack & Hogue five cents, for articles furnished for the use of the State.
To Charles Prentice, the sum of three hundred and Chas. Prentice twenty-one dollars, for articles furnished for the use of the State.
To Henry Snyder, the sum of thirty-five dollars, for Henry Snyder clearing the State House and public square of rubbish, &c. by order of the Secretary of State.
To A. McPhail, the sum of the three dollars, for qual- A. McPhail ifying the new members of the Senate and House of Representatives. To Ferris Foreman, the sum of four dollars per day for Ferris Fore