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C. C. Rockwell superintending printing journals, etc. To C. C. Rockwell for indexing, superintending the print- [219] ing and distributing seven hundred copies of the journal of the house of representatives four hundred dollars.

Stratton, J. F. To J. F. Stratton for surveying and platting road from Ottumwa to Trader's Point on the Missouri river, one hundred and twenty dollars.

Clark, Jno. To John Clark road viewer, fifty-seven dollars.
Webb, Jno. To. John Webb road viewer, fifty-seven dollars.
Baker, J. G. To John G. Baker road viewer, fifty-seven dollars.
Townsend, W. To William S. Townsend road viewer, fifty-seven dollars.
Allen, Henry. To Henry Allen chainman, fifty-seven dollars.
Finorta, Jas. To James Finorta chainman fifty-seven dollars.
King J. To Johnson King marker, fifty-seven dollars.
Judson, L. To Lewis Judson flagman, fifty-seven dollars.
Judson, Wm. To William Judson cook, fifty-seven dollars.
McMain, Jno. To John McMain wagoner, fifty-seven dollars.
Harbour, R. R. To R. R. Harbour two days speaker pro tem, four dollars,

Chief clerk pro tem. To John Bell jr. chief clerk pro tem 2 days, eight dollars.

Assistant clerk pro tem. To James W. Woods assistant clerk two days, eight dollars.

Fireman pro tem. To Samuel Knauss fireman pro tem two days, four dollars.

Messenger pro tem. To G. W. David messenger pro tem two days, four dollars.

Sergeant at arms pro tem. To R. T. Dibble sergeant-at-arms two days, four dollars.

Greenwalt. To Thomas Greenwalt fireman one day, two dollars.

Stout. To John Stout assistant messenger and fireman twenty-five dollars.

Committee to examine accounts penitentiary. To Adolphus Salmon and Smith Hamil for expenses as committee to examine the accounts of the warden of the penitentiary, and for justices and witnesses fees in the same, thirty-six dollars and eighty cents.

Publishing proclamation of governor. To Street and Warden for publishing the governor's proclamation, three dollars.

F. Guardian. To the Frontier Guardian office for publishing governor's proclamation for special election, three dollars.

Needham & Co. To Needham and McNeely for publishing governor's proclamation for special election, three dollars.

Doyle & Co. To Doyle and Halsey for publishing governor's proclamation for special election, three dollars.

C. Bates, To Curtis Bates for publishing governor's proclamation for special election, three dollars.

[220] Spalding & Phelps. To Spalding and Phelps for publishing the governor's proclamation for special election, three dollars.

Baker & Johnson, To Baker and Johnson for publishing the governor's proclamation for special election, three dollars.

Drown & Pope. To Drown and Pope for publishing the governor's proclamation, three dollars.

H. W. Fyffe. To H. W. Fyffe as per bill rendered, three dollars and fiftyfive cents.

John Powell. To John Powell for lamps &c. as per bill rendered, eight dollars and eighty-eight cents.

W. H. Holmes. To W. H. Holmes & Co. for stationary, eight dollars and four cents. C. A. Robbins. To Charles A. Robbins for lantern, one doilar and tilt

dollar : cents.

R. Spaulding. To R. Spaulding for ledger for auditor's office, eight doi lars.

F. Habberstrah for wood. To Ferdinand Habberstrah for wood furnished for state house this session, three hundred dollars.

J. Robinson. To James Robinson for goods, one dollar and fill y rents.

M. Greenwood. To Miles Greenwood for material furnished for ato house twenty dollars and twenty-five cents.

S. Workman. Samuel Workman for stationery &c., four hundred an! seventy dollars and ninety-two cents.

C. C. Rockwell. To C. C. Rockwell for thermometer furnished sonate at the last session of the Iowa legislature, two dollars.

J. F. Abrams. To J. F. Abrams for stationery, forty dollars.
J. P. Bradshaw. To J. P. Bradshaw for paper, three dollars.
Hall & Co. To llall and Conkey for stationery, two dollars.

C. A. Robbins. To Charles A. Robbins for seals furnished new counties, seventy-five dollars,

C. Swan. To Charles J. Swan for freight on stationery, two dollars.

Patterson's stationery. To L. B. and 0. A. Patterson for stationery &c., as per bill rendered, three hundred and eighteen dollars and fifty-five cents.

C. A. Robbins, lamps, etc. To Charles A. Robbins for lamps and stationery. three hundred and twenty-nine dollars and seventy-five cents.

W. H. Holmes, stationary. To W. II. Holmes & Co., for stationery furnished the general assembly, forty-two dollars and eighty-seven cents.

W. Hamilton for plats. To Wm. W. Hamilton for furnishing selecting agent with plats, lists, etc., for selecting school lands, ninety dollars.

[221] B. Henn for plats. To B. Henn for plats furnished selecting agent, eleven dollars.

G. D. Temple for plats. To George D. Temple for plats furnished selecting agent, ten dollars.

C. Nealley for plats. To Charles Nealley for plats furnished the selecting agent, thirty-two dollars.

Dr. Bowen for plats. To Doctor Bowen for plats furnished the selecting agent, four dollars.

R. Brown. To Robert Brown for contingent expenses in selecting school land, seven dollars.

Garner trans. for house. To W. W. Garner for transcribing papers for the use of the house of representatives, two dollars.

E. C. Cole's son assistant messenger. To E. C. Cole's son for services as assistant messenger twenty-three days, twenty-three dollars.

Paste. To E. C. Cole for paste, three dollars.

A. Isinsee chopping wood. To Augustus Isinsee for chopping wood, etc., fifty-seven dollars.

Wm. Pattee for printing. To William Pattee for printing for the state, forty-four dollars.

Palmer & Paul newspapers. To Palmer and Paul for newspapers furnished house of representatives, three hundred and ninety-one dollars and fifty cents,

S. M. Ballard newspapers. To S. J. Ballard for do. one hundred and twenty dollars and seventy-five cents.

Hawkeye. To Burlington Hawkeye for do. six dollars.

Telegraph. To Weekly Telegraph for do. eight dollars and twenty-five cents.

Dispatch. To Keokuk Despatch for do. eight dollars and twenty-five cents.

Whig and Register. To Whig and Register for do. three dollars.
True Democrat. To Iowa True Democrat for do. seventy-five cents.
Statesman. To Iowa Statesman for do, three dollars and seventy-five cents.
Republic. To Desmoines Republic for do. seventy-five cents.

N. W. Democrat. To North Western Democrat for do, eight dollars and twenty-five cents.

Express. To Miners Express for do. fifteen dollars.
Star. To Iowa Star for do, three dollars.

122 State Gazette. To Iowa State Gazette for do. eleven dollars and twenty-five cents.

Ft. Desmoines Gazette. To Fort Desmoines Gazette for do. seventy-five cents.

Davenport Gazette. To Davenport Gazette for do. nine dollars and seventyfive cents.

Banner. To Democratic Banner for do. one dollar and fifty cents.
Sentinel. To Iowa Sentinel for do. seventy-five cents,
Courier. To Desmoines Courier for do. one dollar and fifty cents.

Democratic Enquirer. To Democratic Enquirer for do. four dollars and fifty cents.

Tribune. To Dubuque Tribune for do. seventy-five cents.
Telegraph. To Tri-Weekly Telegraph for do. four dollars and fifty cents.

J. P. Bradshaw, postage. That J. P. Bradshaw be and he is hereby allowed the sum of one thousand and sixty dollars and sixty-eight cents for postage on letters, papers, reports, bills and documents sent and received by the members of the general assembly, from December 3rd, 1850, to February 4th, 1851.

SEC. 4. Pay and mileage of delegates. For pay and mileage of the delegates from Pottawattamie and Fremont counties, five hundred and twentyeight dollars.

SEC. 5. Fireman of senate. To Peter Conboy as fireman pro tem. at the second general assembly, four dollars.

Extra clerk. To L. B. Patterson for two days services as clerk of the house at $4 per day, eight dollars.

SEC. 6. Extra clerk. To George S. Hampton, as enrolling clerk in the house of representatives, three days, twelve dollars.

SEC. 7. Pay and mileage of members of senate. For per diem and mileage of the members of the senate, two thousand five hundred and twenty-six dollars.

Pay of officers of senate. For the per diem of the secretaries, sergeantat-arms, messenger and fireman of the senate, eleven hundred and eighty. eight dollars.

Extra pay of president. For extra pay to the president of the senate, one hundred and thirty-two dollars.

Fireman in committee rooms. For S. J. Dunham, fireman and messenger in the committee rooms and fireman pro tem, of the senate, one hundred and twenty-two dollars. Palmer and Paul newspapers.

To Palmer and Paul for newspapers furnished the senate present session, one hundred and ninety-one dollars and twenty-five cents.

[223] S. M. Ballard, do. To S. M. Ballard for newspapers for the senate, ninety-three dollars and seventy-five cents.

Attorney in case Iowa vs. Mo. To Charles Mason as attorney and counsellor in the southern boundary case one thousand dollars.

T. Ewing, do. To Thomas Ewing as attorney in the above named case five hundred dollars.

Penitentiary. For defraying the expenses in settling the affairs of the penitentiary, one thousand dollars or so much as may be necessary for that purpose.

M. B. Root. To M. B. Root for preparing and lettering stone for the Washington monument, one hundred and eleven dollars and twenty cents.

C. Gayman. To Charles Gaymon for chairs, one hundred and six dollars and fifty cents.

A. Hart. To Anson Hart for stoves, stove pipe, spittoons, water buckets, etc., one hundred and sixteen dollars and ninety-five cents.

J. Boblitz. To Jacob Boblitz for making desks for secretaries, clerks and house of representatives one hundred and sixty-six dollars.

Binding carpets, etc. To A. L. Fales for altering and binding carpets, making covers for desks, washing windows, walls, paint and floors of the two houses, fifty dollars.

P. Roberts. To Peter Roberts for turning desk legs, twenty dollars and fifty-two cents.

F. Sanxay. To F. Sanxy for stoves, inkstands and hardware for desks, ninety-six dollars and twenty-one cents..

E. Clark. To E. Clark for lumber and locks for desks nine dollars and eighty-five cents.

H. Basterdes. To H. Basterdes for dyeing curtains for the two houses nine dollars and fifty cents.

Publishing charter Ft. Madison. To the trustees of the Iowa Freeman for publishing the charter of the town of Fort Madison, sixty-one dollars.

P. B. Bradley. To P. B. Bradley, secretary of the senate, for indexing and superintending the printing and distributing the journal, three hundred and fifty dollars.

Fees pro tem. To G. G. Wright for services as president pro tem. of the senate, the sum of four dollars. [224] C. A. Robbins.

C. A. Robbins. To C. A. Robbins for one lamp for the senate, one dollar and fifty cents.

P. Conboy. To Peter Conboy for chopping wood, twenty-five dollars.

J. R. Johnson. To Jos. R. Johnson, late jailer of Johnson county, for keeping prisoners in the year 1843, twenty-one dollars.

To pay state house debts. For paying the debts incurred on the state house over and above the appropriation of the 15th of January, 1849, the sum of three thousand five hundred and thirty-two dollars and thirty-nine cents.

Wm. Stricklin. To William Stricklin for expenses in defending himself against the authorities of the state of Missouri, the sum of fifty dollars.

Gower and Holt. To Gower and Holt for merchandise furnished for use of the state house in the year 1850, two hundred and sixty-one dollars and forty-two cents.

J. H. Bonney. To Josiah H. Bonney for services as clerk in taking depositions in the southern boundary case, eighteen dollars and fifty-nine cents.

J. M. Whitaker. To John M. Whitaker for postage, stationary and clerk hire, in connection with the university lands, twelve dollars.

S. J. Dunham. To S. J. Dunham for cutting wood for committee rooms, twenty dollars.

State library. That for the purpose of increasing the state library, the sum of five hundred dollars is appropriated, which amount shall be expended in procuring books and maps, by the governor, or under his direction.

H. Nowlin. To Hardin Nowlen for two days services as enrolling secretary pro tem of the senate, eight dollars.

J. J. Stout. To John J. Stout for two days as messenger pro tem of the senate, four dollars.

C. A. Robbins. To C. A. Robbins for stationary, two dollars.
A. Hart. To Anson Hart as assistant clerk, fifteen dollars.

C. Bates. To Curtis Bates for three copies of the Iowa Star, two dollars and twenty-five cents.

L. P. Sherman. To L. P. Sherman two copies of Gazette, one dollar and fifty cents.

La Cossitt. To H. D. La Cossitt for eight copies of the Enquirer, six dollars.

Approved, February 5, 1851.

[225] CHAPTER 92.

SUPPLEMENT TO APPROPRIATION BILL.

AN ACT supplemental to an act making appropriations for the payment of members,

officers and printers of the General Assembly, and for other purposes.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa:

SECTION 1. For Postage. That J. P. Bradshaw be and he is hereby allowed the sum of thirty dollars for postage of members of the general assembly not yet provided for, to be accounted for to the auditor of state.

SEC. 2. Extra pay to members house of representatives. To pay for members of the house of representatives, as per diem, for sixteen days, the extra time over and above the fifty days, six hundred and twenty-four dollars.

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