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To the governor, judges of the supreme court, presidents of the courts of common pleas, secretary, treasurer and auditor of public accounts, a sum not exceeding seven thousand three hundred and fifty dollars.
To Nathaniel Willis, for printing the laws and journals, and other printing done for the present general assembly of the state of Ohio, the amount of his account, agreeable to contract, to be settled by the auditor.
To the members and officers of the present general assembly, in addition to a sum already appropriated, a sum not exceeding five thousand dollars.
To George Renix, for stationery furnished the present general assembly, a sum not exceeding one hundred and twelve dollars ninety-two and one-half cents.
To the secretary of state, for distributing the laws and journals of the present general assembly throughout the different counties in this state, a sum not exceeding two hundred and fifty dollars.
To Adam Betz, for fire wood and candles, furnished the present general assembly, three dollars and twenty-five cents.
To the secretary of state, seven dollars, for
the state, from Cincinnati to Chillicothe, and so for receiving and transporting a box of poks from the mouth of the Scioto river to hillicothe, as directed by resolution, and also or two seals to be furnished the county of Iuskingum, as directed by law.
To James Wells, Samuel Carpenter and Elenry brams, for appraising the college townships, he sum of thirty dollars each.
To the agent of the salt-works, the amount of is salary, as it shall become due.
To Robert Parish, fifty-seven dollars for fire rood furnished the present general assembly.
To John Carlisle, one dollar seventeen cents, br stationery furnished the present general ssembly.
To David Abbot, seven dollars sixty cents, for postage paid on the duplicate of the tax bill for the county of Trumbull, for the year one thousand eight hundred and three, transmitted to the auditor by the mail.
To James Denny, for exploring the salt-lick township and for other purposes, forty-one dollars.
To the adjutant-general and brigade majors of the militia of this state, the amount of their yearly salaries, a sum not exceeding six hundred dollars.
To the secretary of state, a sum not exceeding forty dollars, for stationery.
To the auditor of public accounts, a sum not exceeding twenty dollars, for stationery.
To Arthur St. Clair, late attorney-general, the sum of eighteen dollars and thirty-four cents.
To Nathaniel Willis, the sum of forty-one dollars, a balance due to him for printing a list of non-residents' lands for taxation, for the year one thousand eight bundred and three.
To William Ludlow, the sum of twenty-two
dollars, for services rendered in locating the Miami college township.
To Edward Sherlock, door-keeper, for six pounds of candles furnished for the use of the senate, one dollar and fifty cents.
To the auditor of public accounts, a sum not exceeding one hundred dollars, to defray the expenses of prosecuting delinquent collectors of taxes.
To the auditor of public accounts, a sum not exceeding one hundred and fifty dollars, to defray the expenses of procuring certified lists of the lands entered in the United States military district, and those entered in the refugee tract; as also, a list of all lands in this state, sold by the United States, prior to the thirtieth day of June, in the year one thousand eight hundred and two. The auditor is hereby required to issue warrants on the treasurer to the several Auditor s persons herein named, to the amount specified; and where the sum is not mentioned, to the amount of their several accounts, on their producing satisfactory vouchers in support of the same, which vouchers, together with their respective accounts and receipts, the auditor shall lay before the next general assembly.