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Brought forward,
northern and southern railroad routs,

James W. Griffin, witness for same routes,
John T. Adams, do do
Jared Pond, do do

Solomon Clise, for three days' attendance
and 25 miles' travel in the case of George
Morell, assistant justice,
Paid warrant favor H. B. Webster, for iron
safe for treasurer's office,
John Pascall, for four days' attendance and
25 miles' travel in the case of George
Morell,
Reuben Stoddard, for transporting volun-
teers from Monroe to Gibraltar,
Albert Chandler, for bringing up journal
and documents of extra session, 1837, H.
of Representatives,
Albert Chandler, for extra services in bring-
ing up journal H. R. of the extra session,
1837.
Services for bringing up journal H. R.
1838,
By cash paid warrant favor John Norton,
jr. fiscal agent, for moneys paid the fol-
lowing persons, viz:
George Combs, assistant messenger,
Benjamin Irish, for nine days' attendance
and mileage in the case of George
Morell, and serving subpoenas,
John R. White, for expenses attending
investigation of the northern and south-
ern railroads,
John R. White, for eight days' attendance
and sixty miles' travel in the case of
George Morell, associate justice,
Austin Dunbar, W. G. Dunbar and Almon
Dunbar, members of the Hayden band,
Auditor General, for postage,
Joseph Pierce, member Hayden band,
George Clark, for provisions furnished the
militia going and returning from Toledo,
John Norton, jr. fiscal agent, for moneys
paid the following persons, viz:

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Carried forward,

90 00

Brought forward, $ May 19. Miner Y. Turrill, for twelve days' attendance and sixty miles' travel in the case of Geo. Morell, associate justice, 9 60 Anthony Ten Eyck, for superintending the publication of the journals and preparing indexes to the same, as per ap

propriation, 1837, 150 00 31. Samuel Doty, member H. R. services and mileage, 300 00

Alonzo Cressey, member legislature 1837, 21 00 George Combs, door-keeper, as per warrant favor John Norton, jr. fiscal agent, given April 27th, omitted, 9 00 June 7. Each of the following persons, members of the geological department: Douglass Houghton, State Geologist, for one quarter's salary from March 1st

to May 31st, 1838, 500 00 8. C. C. Douglass, sub-assistant, quarter as above, $800, 200 00

W. P. Smith, sub-ass’t zoologist, do. do. 250 00 Bela Hubbard, do. geologist, do. do. 200 00 By cash paid warrant favor the following persons for expenses attending investigation of N. and S. railroads:

Zebulon Mason, 20 50

Obed Lacey, 20 00 13. John Norton, jr. fiscal agent, for money paid

Henry Clitz, messenger to the Senate, 97 00

Contingent fund, subject to the Governor's order, as per act approved March 23, '37, 2,000 00 15. Randolph Manning, Secretary of State, one quarter's salary from 8th February to 8th May, $1,000 per annum, 250 00 16. John Wright, botanist of geological corps, from 1st March to 1st June, one quar

ter's salary, at $1,500 per annum, 375 00 Abram Sager, zoologist of geological corps, salary as above, 375 00

George H. Bull, minor assistant to the bo-
tanist, quarter as above, salary $800 per

annum, 200 00 Austin M. Gould, for blank books furnished the supreme and circuit courts, 19 50

Carried forward, $

Brought forward, $ June 16. Richard Partridge, one of the Hayden band, as musician at Toledo expedition, 12 00 James Mulholland, for services apprehending a person by the name of Brown, in

Ohio, on the warrant of the Governor, 36 00 28. Collins, Keese & Co. for balance due for books purchased for the state library, • 438 46

29. Edward Mundy, for services as acting Go-
vernor at different periods previous to

the first day of January last, 666 00 30. Epaphroditas Ransom, for one quarter's salary as associate justice, ending this date, 375 00

By over charge in amount received from
Caleb Bucknam, sheriff Oakland county,

April 20th, 1838, 25 By balance in the treasury carried to debit of new account, 2,222 32

$105,355 31 Henry Howard in account current with the State of Michigan for the quarter ending September 30th, 1838.

1838. DR. July 2. To balance in treasury from last quarter, 2,222 32 7. Cass county, cash received of J. Harper,

treasurer, 123 66 10. A. V. Sill, treasurer St. Joseph county, on account of state taxes, 152 00 12. H. Doty, auctioneer Wayne county, S0 41 14. E. N. Davenport, sheriff Saginaw county, 74 00 17. H. C. Goodrich, sheriff Calhoun county, 19 00 U. B. Couch, sheriff Hillsdale county, 25 00

Goodrich bank, being the semi-annual pay-
ment of one half of one per cent on the

capital stock of said bank, 75 00 20. John L. Wendell, sheriff Monroe county, 40 51 Lemuel Goodell, sheriff Wayne county, 77 29

24. Bank of Marshall, being the semi-annual
payment of one half of one per cent on
the capital stock of said bank, 75 00
John A. Drew, sheriff Mackinac county, 34 18
25. Bank of Singapore, being the semi-annual
payment of one half of one per cent on
the capital stock of said bank, 37 50

Carried forward, $

Brought forward, $ Aug. 3. H. Pennoyer, sheriff of Ottawa county, 26 00 A. Spencer, auctioneer Ionia county, 2 00 Bank of Constantine, being one half of one per cent on the capital stock, 65 93

Josiah H. Cobb, auctioneer Wayne county, 13 50 10. Godwin Dolan, auctioneer of Calhoun county, 5 00 11. Cashier Commercial bank St. Joseph, being the semi-annual payment of one half of one per cent on the capital stock, 37 50 14. Cashier of the Bank of St. Clair, being the half yearly payment of one half of one per cent on the capital stock, 117 26 16. Merchants' bank of Jackson county, being the half yearly payment of one half of

one per cent on the capital stock, 49 00 27. William R. Watson, auctioneer Kalamazoo county 26 00

31. State treasurer, to refund this amount loan-
ed as per resolution of the legislature of

January 30, 1838, 7,224 84 Sept. 5. Cash received of Henry Pennoyer, sheriff Ottawa, 45 00 15. James Stilson, auctioneer Wayne, 31 04 17. John L. Wendell, sheriff Monroe county, for taxes on licenses, 65 25 18. O. B. Hart, treasurer Lapeer county, 150 00 24. A. B. Gibson, for 10 copies of the revised statutes at $3 a copy, 30 00 26. M. W. Hunter, sheriff of Cass county, and deposited in Michigan state bank, 44 75 A. V. Sill, treasurer of St. Joseph county, July 14th, charged 5th May, 10 00 Farmer's bank Homer, for half yearly instalment on capital stock, Aug. 3d, 49 30 Genessee county bank, for half yearly instalment on capital stock, Aug. 6, 37 50 30. Balance carried down, 778 79 $11,879 54 1838 CR

July 2. By warrant favor Henry Howard, Treasurer, for one quarter's salary, ending June 30th, 1838, $500 per annum, $125 00

Carried forward, $

Brought forward,

July 2. John E. Schwartz, Adjutant General, one

quarter's salary,
Stevens T. Mason, Governor, one quarter's
salary ending June 30th, 1838, $2,000
per annum, -
George Morell, associate justice, one quar-
ter's salary ending June 30th, 1838, at
$1,500 per annum,

. John D. Pierce, Superintendent of Public

Instruction, two quarter's salary from
Jan. 1st to June 30th, 1838, inclusive, at
$1,500 per annum,
Stephen Reeves, for three days attendance
and 26 miles' travel in the case of George
Morell, associate justice,
John Norton, Jr. fiscal age, t, for moneys
paid the following persons, to wit:
Tracy McCracken, on account
of expenses of committee ap-
pointed to investigate the
northern and southern rail-

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