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Brought forward,
L. S. Miller, on account of ex-
penses of committee to in-
vestigate the location of the
northern and southern rail-
roads, $S 17
John J. Adam, on acc’t of same, 94 00

William A. Fletcher,chief justice, one quar-
ter's salary from 1st April to 30th June
inclusive, at $1,600 per annum,
Elon Farnsworth, Chancellor, one quarter's
salary from 1st April to 30th June inclu-
sive, at $1,500 per annum,
O. D. Richardson, for services one week to
commissioner revising the laws, as clerk,
John Norton, Jr. for this amount paid A.
Ten Eyck, clerk House Representatives,
1837,
Albon Bennett, Wm. Taylor, Jr. and John
Smith, members of the Hayden band, for
services at Toledo as musicians, $12
each,
Warrant favor H. Gilbert, for the Kalama-
zoo Gazette,
Robert Abbott, for services and incidental
expenses from November, 1834, up to
September, 1836,
Robert Abbott,for stationery and office rent
as per appropriation, approved April 6,
1838,
E. B. Harrington, commissioner superin-
tending the publication of the revised
laws, for two quarter's salary from Jan.
15th to July 15th, 1838,
. R. W. Ingalls, for the Adrian Watch

Tower,

. E. J. Roberts, commissioner superintending

publication of the revised statutes, from
April 20th to July 20th, services,

. Thomas Fitzgerald, Bank Commissioner,

for services from April 18th to July 4th,

inclusive, at $1,250 per annum,
. Randolph Manning, for services as Secre-

tary of State, from the Sth of May to the

Carried forward.

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Brought forward, $ 8th of August,one quarter, at $1,000 per annum,

Aug. 10. Kintzing Pritchette, for services as Bank
Commissioner, from May 8th to Aug.
8th, 1838, at $1,250 per annum,
Alpheus Felch, for services as Bank Com-
missioner, from May 26 to August 2d,
1838, at $1,250 per annum,
11. W. T. House, for compensation in full as
witness before the committee of investi-
gation on the southern railroad, as per
appropriation approved April 6th, 1838,
13. Simon Poupard, for transportation and ex-
penses attending the books brought from
New York for state library, on the Go-
vernor's certificate of Aug. 10th instant,
John Norton, Jr. fiscal agent, for moneys
paid the following persons, on account of
expenses of committee appointed to in-
vestigate the location of the northern and
southern railroads, viz:
D. G. Guernsey, $18 81
Joseph Gibbons, 6 66

13. Warrant favor Ransom R. Belding, for
four days' attendance and twenty-four
miles' travel in the case of George Mo-
rell, associate justice,
J. P. Richardson, for three days' attendance
in the case of George Morell,
14. Timothy Emerson, for one month's services
as musician in the Hayden band, appro-
priation April 6, 1838.
18. Robert Abbott, for postage,
22. John Norton, Jr. fiscal agent, for moneys
paid the following persons, viz:
S.J. Smith, for expenses of committee ap-
pointed to investigate the location of the
northern and southern railroads, $6 05
Moses Sage, do 16 81
John Martin, for pay as a member
of the legislature, December ses.
sion, 32 00

27. J. H. Bowman, pay as mem'r legislature,

Carried forward, $

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Brought forward, Sept. 1. S. W. Higgins, for services as topographer of the geological department, from June 1st to September 1st, 1838, at $1,000 per annum, 3. Douglass Houghton, for services as State Geologist, from June 1st to Aug. 31st inclusive, at $2,000 per annum, William P. Smith, for services as Zoologist from June 1st to August 22d, 1838, at $1,000 per annum, Bela Hubbard, for services as sub-assistant from 1st June to 31st August inclusive, at $800 per annum, Columbus C. Douglass, for services as subassistant geologist from 1st June to 31st August inclusive, at $800 per annum, 7. Warrant favor Robert Abbott, for services as Auditor General from Jan. 1st to June 30th, inclusive, at 8500 per annum, John Norton, Jr. fiscal agent, for moneys paid the following persons, viz: Peter Morey, Attorney General, for services from 21st June to 1st September, 1838, at $400 per annum, $77 76 John J. Adam, for preparing for publication the journal of the Senate of the adjourned session of 1837, 150 00 8. George H. Bull, for services as minor assistant to botanist from June 1st to Aug. 31st, 1838,inclusive, at $800 per annum, 11. E. B. Harrington, for 58 day's services as commissioner to superintend the publication of the revised statutes, at $3 per day, 14. Pease, Chester & Co. for transportation of a box of books and storage thereon, for the state library, John Norton, Jr. fiscal agent, for moneys paid the following persons on account of expenses of committee appointed to investigate the location of the northern and southern railroads, viz:

Carried forward,

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Brought forward, $ Sept. 14 Henry Heath, $16 31 Benjamin Redding, 19 50 35 81 20. Randolph Manning, Secretary of State, for repairs upon the capitol, as per act approved April 6, 1838, 100 00 John Norton, Jr. fiscal agent, for this amount paid Warner Cole on account of expenses of committee appointed to investigate the location of the northern and southern railroads, 13 31 22. Noah H. Hart, for 5 days' attendance and 60 miles' travel as a witness in the case of George Morell, associate justice, 6 25 24. John Delafield, for half yearly interest due 1st November ensuing on loan of $100,000, 3,000 00 29. Warrant favor John Wright for services as botanist of geological corps from June 1st to Aug 31st inclusive, at $1,500 per annum, 375 00 30. S. T. Mason, for one quarter's salary as Governor up to this day, 500 00 $11,879 54 DR. Oct. 4. To cash received of Henry Pennoyer, sheriff of Ottawa county, tax on licenses, 10 00 16. Levi Rowe, sheriff of Shiawassee co, for tax on licenses, 62 25 27. John P. Place, sheriff Ionia, 19 00 Nov. 5. John Murphy, sheriff Allegan, 17 00 13. Beriah Brown, Jr. auctioneer of Lenawee county, for duty on sale of goods, 8 00 Titus B. Palmer, for tax on license as merchant in Allegan county, from July 7th to December 31st, 1838, 3 87 20. Lewis Reed, sheriff Kent county, 35 57 22. Amasa B. Gibson, sheriff Jackson county, 24 79 24. U. B. Couch, sheriff Hillsdale county, 15 75 30. J. H. Cobb, auctioneer Wayne county, for . duties on auction sales, 52 67 Dec. 5. Caleb Bucknam, sheriff Oakland county, 15 23

Carried forward, $

Brought forward, $ Dec. 5. Henry Doty, auctioneer Wayne county, for duties on auction sales, 39 7.5 6. U. B. Couch, sheriff Hillsdale, 6 12 10. Joseph Harper, treasurer Cass county, 150 00 Palmyra and Jacksonburgh railroad co. 700 00 Pedlars' licenses, 14 53 John Rogers, auctioneer, 46 00 18. Jas. Stillson, auctioneer Wayne county, 20 67 Pontiac and Detroit railroad company, for interest remitted to New York, due on state bonds, 4,000 00 19. Jacksonburgh and Palmyra railroad co. 700 00 Pedlar's licenses, 14 53 John Rogers, auctioneer, 46 00 26. O. B. Hart, treasurer of Lapeer county, 46 80 31. Lathrop, pedlar. 10 00 To balance carried down, 11,553 26 $17,611 79 CR. By balance brought down, $778 79 Oct. 1. By warrant favor John D. Pierce, Superin

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tendent of Public Instruction, for one quarter's salary from July 1st to date, at $1,500 per annum, 375 Elon Farnsworth, Chancellor, for one quarter's salary from July 1st to date, at $1,500 per annum, 375 Geo. Morell, associate justice, one quarter's salary from July 1st to date, at $1,500 per annum, 375

. Abram Sager, for services as zoologist of

geological corps from June 1st to Sept.
1st, 1838, one quarter, at $1,500 per an. 375

. E. Ransom, associate justice, one quarter's

salary from July 1st to Oct. 1st, 1838, at
$1,500 per annum, 375

. Robert Abbott, Auditor General, for salary

from July 1st to Oct 1st, 1838, 166

. John E. Schwartz, for one quarter's salary

from the 1st of July to the 1st instant, at
$125 per annum, 31
Alonzo Bennett, on account of expenses of

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Carried forward, $

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