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Apr. 14.

16.

Brought forward, $
H. S. Buel, on account of expenses
attending the investigation of the
northern and southern railroads,
Jacob Beeson, commissioner locating
site for penitentiary,
Levi W. Bebee, member division court
martial,
James M. Burger, for Morning Post,
both houses,
James M. Burger, for printing bonds
and mortgages for bank com's,
Geo. L. Whitney, for 42 copies of pa-
pers,
J.Berry, for investigating northern and
southern railroad,
Cash paid warrant favor Jed. P. C.
Emmons, for investigating northern
and southern railroads,
A. Tredwerry, for do
Jed. P. C. Emmons, for investigating
northern and southern railroad,
E. F. Cook, for two days’ attendance
and twenty-eight miles' travel in the
case of Geo. Morell, assistant jus-
tice,
John B. Martz, for three days' attend-
ance and twenty-five miles' travel
in the case of Geo. Morell, assistant
justice,
George L. Whitney, for Advertiser,
Cash paid warrant favor S. T. Ma-
son, to pay the interest due on $10-
000 for Palmyra and Jacksonburgh
railroad,
John Norton, Jr. fiscal agent, for mo-
neys paid the following persons, viz:

Isaac W. Averill, $9 00
Silas D. McKeen, 177 00
John Martin, 125 00
Jeremiah R. Smith, 15 00

75 500

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Marsh and Chittenden, short on war-
rant, .
Sundry members of the legislature,

Carried forward,

10 1,389

00 50

Brought forward,

Apr. 17. John Norton, Jr. for moneys paid the

following persons, viz:
Wm. P. Patrick, member division
court martial,
John S. Bagg, short paid him on his
claim of 1837,
John S. Bagg, for publishing bank cer-
tificates, journals for session 1837,
folding, stitching and binding the
same, with the executive journal for
1835, 1836, and 1837, and for bind-
ing laws for library,
John S. Bagg, Free Press for Senate,

do stationery for do
do do for supreme court,
do do H. R.

Sheldon McKnight,for postage on pub-
lic letters and documents,
do do do
Cash paid warrant favor of N. P.
Thayer, member division court
martial,
Charles Jackson, for altering the man-
ner of warming the House of Rep-
resentatives,
Martin Davis, member division court
martial,
Sidney L. Rood, binding books for the
Senate, -
C. Bucknam, sheriff Oakland, for ser-
ving subpoenas in the case of Geo.
Morell,
Snow and Fisk, stationery for the Sen-
ate and House Representatives,
1837 and 1838, $8 75 and $13 75,
John Cornwall, enrolling clerk, 6 days,
Marsh and Chittenden, fitting stoves
for Senate,
'Thomas Clark, for attendance on com-
mittee of investigation on northern
and southern railroads,
J. S. & S. A. Bagg, for newspapers,

19. Cash paid warrant favor of L. M. Ma

son and Ira Porter, for expenses of

Carried forward,

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Brought forward, $ committee appointed to investigate the location of the northern and southern railroads, $7 50 each, 15 00 Apr. 20. John Norton, Jr. fiscal agent, for moneys paid the following persons, viz: George Henderson, member division

court martial, 9 00 John B. Valee, translating Governor's

message into French, 40 00 C. Cogershall, for locks and trimmings

for desks, 13 28 Joseph Bamblet, for wood furnished

the legislature, 51 00 E. P. Gardner, for newspapers, 10 00 Horace Stevens, commissioner loca

ting state prison, 150 00

Thomas Armstrong, a witness for the
committee investigating the north-
ern and southern railroads, 14 00

Cash paid warrant favor John S.
Heath, a witness on the investiga-
tion of the northernand southern rail-

road routs, 7 50 L. P. Sanger, witness northern and southern railroad routs, 13 00

John Norton, Jr. fiscal agent, for mo-
neys paid the following persons, viz:
Charles Moran, member house Repre-

sentatives, 288 00 Jira Payn, do 303 00 Louis Beaufait, do 291 00 M. F. Love, 3 00 Henry Smith, 3 00

John Norton, Jr. fiscal agent, for mo- -
neys paid the following persons for
firewood and repairs to the premises
of the capitol :

Robert T. Elliot, for repairs, 22 50
G. W. Miller, for wood, 27 50
J. B. Mansell, for glazing, - 9 50
John Largy, for wood, 15 00
M. Pelow, for cutting wood, 12 50
John Ellis, do 11 25
George Combs, do 41 92
Carried forward, $

Apr. 21.

22.

25.

26.

27.

Brought forward,
Harvey Willis, for sundries,
Cash paid warrant favor E. J. Ro-
berts, commissioner for the publica-
tion of the revised laws, 90 days, at
$3 per day, up to the 20th April,
Thomas Fitzgerald, Bank commission-
er,one quarter's salary from the 18th
January to the 18th April, 1838,
Ashal Fuller, for three days'attendance
and mileage in the case of George
Morell,
John Davis, for three days' attendance
and mileage in the case of George
Morell,
John Norton, Jr. fiscal agent, for mo-
neys paid the following persons, viz:
Thomas Clark, for copying a portion
of the revised laws,
James B. Watson, enrolling clerk,
Cash paid warrant favor Bethuel Far-
rand, pursuant to an act to author-
ize a loan for the manufacturing of
silk, approved 20th March, 1838,
Cash paid warrant favor John Gibson,

crier of the supreme court, $80 50

Firewood for supreme and circuit

Courts, 40 00

Lemuel Goodell, member division
court martial,

do as inspector of 1st brigade and
1st division militia,

John Norton, Jr. fiscal agent, for

moneys paid the following per-
Sons, VIZ:

A. W. Buel, member House Re-
presentatives,

A.W. Buel, for translating Governor's mes

sage into German,

R. W. Paulding, for materials furnished
the committee for altering the method of

warming House of Representatives,

R. W. Paulding, for removing stove pipes

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from the hall,

Carried forward,

2 50

Apr. 27.

May 3.

11.

Brought forward,
George Combs, for coal for Governor's
I'OOIn, -
Orlando Combs, sergeant-at-arms,
Isaac A. A dams, on account attending the
investigation of the northern and southern
railroad,
Paid warrant favor of John Norton, Jr. fis-
cal agent, for moneys paid the following
persons viz:
Franklin Cowdery, for services bringing
up senate journal and three days services
as secretary of the senate,
John E. Schwartz, member division court
martial,
Garry Spencer, member division court mar-
tial,
John J. Adam, for sundries for the use of
the senate as per John Clark's certificate,

. Paid warrant favor Michigan

state bank, $40,000 00 Interest from 1st January, 825 00

Paid warrant favor of Alpheus Felch, Bank
commissioner, one quarter’s salary from
3d February,

. Kintzing Pritchette, Bank commissioner,

one quarter's salary from 7th February
to 7th May,

. Benjamin Porter, commissioner for building

state penitentiary,

. John Norton, Jr. fiscal agent, for moneys

paid the following persons, viz:
John McDonell, senator,
Orren Southwell, on account of expenses
of investigating the northern and south-
ern railroad routes,
Benjamin Sherman for same,
Henry Wells, do
Paid warrant favor Orus Field and E.Burch,
for transportation of arms, &c. to and
from Gratiot, $20 each,
John Norton, Jr. fiscal agent, for moneys
paid the following persons, viz:
Charles T. Holmes, a witness investigating

Carried forward,

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