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For payment of County Treasurers' Mileage, one thousand six hundred dollars.
For re-payment of Taxes erroneously collected, the sum of Refunding tax four thousand dollars.
For expenses of special Elections, one hundred and fifty Special elecdollars.
For payment of Wolf scalp certificates, five hundred dol- wolf scalpe. lars.
For the purchase of Fuel for the Legislature and public offi- Fuel. ces, one thousand dollars.
For transportation of Convicts to the Penitentiary, and costs Transportation of prosecution, and for re-paying any amount advanced by the forests of contreasurer, over former appropriation, the sum of twenty-two thousand dollars. For salaries of Deputy Warden and the Clerk of the Penitentia- Officers of Per
itentiary. ry, to be paid out of the Penitentiary fund; to the Deputy Warden, seven hundred, and to the Clerk, seven hundred dollars.
For Contingent fund of the Treasurer of State, one thou- Treasurer's cor sand dollars.
For Contingent fund of the Attorney General, two hundred Attorney Gene dollars.
For the salaries of the Commissioners appointed to revise, Commissioner reform, simplify and abridge the practice, pleadings, forms and tice. proceedings of the courts of record of this State, and for their clerk, and contingent expenses, five thousand dollars.
To Ransom A. Gillett, chairman of the joint select commit- Kossuth com. tee of the Senate and House of Representatives, on the reception of the guests of the State, for money expended for the State, the sum of two hundred and ninety-two dollars and sixty-six cents.
For expenses of committee of investigation in each house, in Expenses of le taking testimony, service of process, and pay for the attend-sislative com ance of witnesses, seventy-five dollars.
To J. Boswell and Son, for work done, and for desks furnish- J. Boswell an ed for the Supreme Court, at its March term, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-two, underdirection of said court, fortyone dollars and nine cents,
To Henry Fraas, for seventy-three days labor at the Old Henry Fraas. State House, seventy-three dollars.
To Henry Mack, forty-six dollars, for forty-six days labor on Henry Mack: the old State House.
To Thos. Bonsall, for assisting the State Librarian, and for Thos. Bonsall books sold to the Governor for the library, the sum of one hundred and forty-three dollars and fifty cents. To J. H. Riley and Company, for stationery furnished to the J. H. Riley az
Company. Court in Bank, at its December term, A. D. 1851, the sum of one hundred and twelve dollars.
amuel Wil ams.
To Samuel Williams, the sum of seven hundred and fifty-eight dollars and seventy cents, being the amount in full due to said Samuel Williams, for recording five volumes of original field notes of survey of public lands, in said State, being volumes seven and eight of subdivisions of two mile blocks, between the old seven ranges and the Scioto river, and south of the United States Military tract, comprising eight hundred and fifty-one pages, also, volumes two, three and four, of subdivisions into sections, in said military tract, comprising eleven hundred and eighty-one pages, being a total of twenty hundred and thirtytwo pages, at thirty-five cents per page, making seven hundred and eleven dollars and twenty cents; also, for making separate map indices of each township, at nine dollars and fifty cents per volume, making forty-seven dollars and fifty cents, in all seven hundred and fifty-eight dollars and seventy cents, the said work having been done under a contract with the Secretary of State, the aforesaid volume seven, having been er: roneously included in a resolution relative to the claim of Samuel Williams, passed by the General Assembly, January twenty-second, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-one.
To. H. Mason, for articles of tin ware, furnished for the use of the General Assembly, January fifth, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and fifty-two, the sum of two dollars
and fifty cents. G. Hallings. To J. G. Hallings, the sum of six dollars and seventy-five
cents, for varnishing desks in the House of Representatives.
To J. D. Osborn and Company, the sum of two hundred and sixty-two dollars and thirty-five cents, for carpets and mats furnished for the new hall of the House of Representatives, furnished February third, one thousand eight hundred and fifty
two. . G. Dryer and To I. G. Dryer and Company, the sum of eighty-one dol
lars, for chairs, tables, stands and desks, furnished for the Hall of Representatives, January first, one thousand eight hundred
and fifty-two. Eompany.
To P. Bain and Company, the sum of nine dollars and twenty-six cents, for articles furnished to repair State House, December, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-one.
To A. P. Stone, the sum of two hundred and forty dollars, for carpets for State House, furnished December nineteenth, and twenty-seventh, one thousand eight hundred and fifty.
. D. Osborn & ompany.
. P. Stone.
To I. H. Roston, the sum of two dollars and seventy-five cents, for Knees furnished for State House, in eighteen hundred and fifty-one.
To S. Medary, the sum of seventy-five dollars, for binding done for State Library, in October and December, eighteen hundred and fifty-one.
To Dwight Stone and Company, the sum of twenty-one dol- Dwight Stono lars and forty-six cents, for articles furnished to repair State and Company. House, in December, eighteen hundred and fifty-one.
To John Stone and Company, the sum of seven dollars and John Stone and eighty-two cents, for sundry articles furnished to repair the Company. State house, in November and December, eighteen hundred and fifty-one.
To Bazil Riddle, the sum of one hundred dollars, for fifty Basil Riddle. days attendance on the Supreme Court in Bank, for December term, eighteen hundred and fifty-one.
Sec. 2. . For the prosecution of the work upon the new New State State House, and to defray the necessary expenses of the profitable employment of convict labor thereon, as provided by law, the additional sum of seventy-five thousand dollars.
Sec. 3. For the payment of the following claims, presented, proven, and ordered to be paid, viz:
To Samuel Medary, thirteen dollars and fifty cents, for a 8. Medary, record furnished for the Supreme Court,
To F. Henman, jr., seven dollars, for labor on the State F. Henman, jr. house.
To J. Westwater and Son, five dollars and fifty cents, for Weetwater sundry articles furnished for the Senate.
For the payment of the expenses of the contest between Senato contest Hon. C. C. Covey and Hon. Edwin Corner, for a seat in the Senate, the sum of sixty dollars.
Sec. 4. For the purpose of liquidating the deficit in the To remedy defi general revenue, the Auditor of State is hereby authorized and directed to transfer to said fund, from the surplus revenue, the sum of two hundred and fifty thousand dollars.
SEC. 5. The appropriations made in this act, are in addi- Explanation. tion to the balance of the several appropriations remaining unexpended on the fifteenth day of November, eighteen hundred and fifty-one; and the Auditor of State is hereby authorized to transfer to the general revenue fund, any balances of other funds, which will be required for the purposes for which such funds are appropriated.
SEC. 6. There shall be levied for the current year, upon the Levy of curran grand list of the State, in the manner prescribed by the act entitled “ an act for the assessment and taxation of all property in this State, and for levying taxes thereon according to its true value in money," passed April 13th, A. D. 1852, for general revenue purposes, one mill on the dollar valuation, and for common school purposes, one half of one mill on the dollar valuation, and for canal and sinking fund, two mills on the dollar valuation, of the property on the grand list.
Sec. 7. To Denig and Harris, for sundries for the use of Donig and Hai the General Assembly, as per bill of April 21st, eighteen hundred and fifty-two, the sum of twenty-eight dollars and sixty.
William Bes. wick.
M. W. Bliss.
N. S. Baker.
Georgo Abbott: To George Abbott, for scissors, punches, and sundry other
articles, for the use of the House of Representatives, as per bill of January, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-two, the sum of fourteen dollars and forty-nine cents.
To William Beswick, his costs in the Morgan county case, of November twelfth, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-one, the sum of twenty-one dollars and twenty-nine cents.
To M. W. Bliss, for work done on old State house, up to February third, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-two,
twenty-five dollars. James E. Gray. To James E. Gray, for painting and varnishing, done on and
in old State house, as per bill of February sixteenth, eighteen hundred and fifty-two, the sum of one hundred eighty-six dollars and fisty cents.
To N. S. Baker, for curtains for windows for the Hall of the House, and clerk's rooms, the sum of seventeen dollars and seventy-five cents.
For the purpose of paying claims against the Ohio PenitentiPenitentiary.
the sum of ten thousand dollars. To L. F. Claflin and Company, for bill of paper for the use of the General Assembly, January thirtieth, eighteen hundred
and fifty-two, the sum of one hundred dollars. Whiting and
To Whiting and Burr, per bill, Sand Boxes and Inkstands, the sum of nine dollars and thirteen cents.
To Mrs. E. Collins, for labor, the sum of two dollars. Kilburn, Kughn
To Kilburn, Kughn and Company, for work and materials for old State House, as per bill, dated January first, eighteen hundred and fifty-two, the sum of one hundred twenty-two
dollars and ninety-four cents. Dwight Stono Co.
To Dwight Stone and Company, for sundries for the General Assembly, as per bill of January seventh, eighteen hundred and fifty-two, the sum of twenty-eight dollars and thirty-five cents.
To M, S. Baker, for labor and materials for the Hall of Representatives, as per bill of February ninth, eighteen hundred and fifty-two, the sum of seventeen dollars and seventy-five
L. F. Claflin and Company:
M. S. Baker.
To John Stone, for carpet, and sundry articles, for old State House, the sum of forty-seven dollars and thirty-five cents.
To J. D. Osborn, for mats, brooms, &c., for old State House, as per bill of December thirty-first, eighteen hundred and fifty
one, the sum of fourteen dollars and sixty-two cents. J. Westwater To J. Westwater and Son, for sundries as per bill of De
cember thirty-first, eighteen hundred and fifty-one; also bill of March third, eighteen hundred and fifty-two, the sum of twelve
dollars. Dockor & Hibbs To Decker and Hibbs, for sundries for the use of the Gene
ral Assembly, as per bill, six dollars and ninety-eight cents.
To J. Boswell and Son, for work and materials for State Li-J. Boswell and brary, old State House and the Odeon Hall, done in the winter of eighteen hundred and fifty-one and eighteen hundred and fifty-two, the sum of eight hundred and forty-eight dollars.
To A. Hardey, for repairs on old State House and Library, A. Hardey. as per bill rendered, dated January twenty-fourth, eighteen hundred and fifty-two, the sum of twenty-seven dollars.
To Kilburn, Kughn and Company, for bill of sundries, for Kilburn, Kughn the repairing the Halls of the General Assembly, the sum of seventy dollars and twenty-three cents.
To Columbus Gas Light Company, for light for the General Gas light Co. Assembly, up to May third, eighteen hundred and fifty two, the sum of four hundred and ninety-two dollars and one cent.
To L. F. Claflin and Company, for paper and stationery L. P. Claflin of furnished the Senate, sixty-eight dollars and seventy-five cents.
Sec. 8. That no moneys by this act appropriated, shall Moneys not to be drawn from the treasury by any disbursing officer, or agent, needed. until the same shall be necessary for the purpose to which it is herein directed to be applied.
JAMES C. JOHNSON,
President of the Senate.
SECRETARY OF STATE'S OFFICE,
COLUMBUS, Ohio, July 30, 1852. I hereby certify that the foregoing acts are true copies of the original rolls now on file in this office.
Secretary of State.