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General approprlations.

the compensation of bailiff, or so much thereof as may be necessary ............. $ 800.00 For contingent expenses of the State Board

of Examiners for the year 1896, or so much

thereof as may be necessary ............. 1,000.00 For contingent expenses of the board of

pardons for the year 1896, or so much

thereof as may be necessary ............ 250.00 For contingent expenses of the State board

of loan commissioners for the year 1896,

or so much thereof as may be necessary.. 750.00 For Legislative printing for the special and

first session of the Legislature.........
Tribune Job Printing company .......... 3,381.40
Deseret News Publishing company ........ 1, 487.92
Star Printing company.................. 1,571.81
Estimate: Deseret News Publishing com-

pany, for printing, including journals to
end of session, or so much thereof as
may be necessary, the bills therefor to
be examined and audited by the State
Board of Examiners. .....

326.80 To J. H. Anderson, for auditing Legislative printing as shown above..............

25.00 For rent of State offices from Salt Lake

county for the year 1896 for State officers, to be drawn quarterly, $875 each quarter, the location and description of which is as follows: All of the east half of county portion of the City and County Building, on the first and second floors; also one large and one private office for superintendent of Public Instruction on west side of first floor, and one large and one private

office for the State Auditor on third floor.. 3,500.00 For outstanding court commissioners' cer

tificates, after deducting amount in hands of said commissioners as shown by Auditor's report, pp. 32-3, Provided, That the amount of money in the hands of the respective court commissioners which by law is made payable to the State Treasurer, shall be by said Treasurer used for the payment of certificates for which said amounts were appropriated, and that said court commissioners may pay into said

General appropriations.

treasury any and all certificates in their

possession in lieu of cash ................$ 7,159.94 For interest on World's Fair commission

warrants for payment of interest up to May 30, 1896, in full for all interest, or so much thereof as may be necessary ....... 7,888.07 For interest on State bonds, $700,000, at 5

per cent, payable January 1, 1897 ......... 35,000.00 For interest on State bonds, of issue of 1896,

$200,000, at 4 per cent, payable or so much

thereof as may be necessary ............. 6,000.00 For payment of witnesses in criminal cases

and jurors in district courts for the year
1896, or so much thereof as may be neces-
sary, to be paid as prescribed by law..... 40,000.00

PUBLIC OFFICERS AND OFFICIAL EXPENSES, ETC.

269.95
61.00
61.45

In full for all services and mileage of the

board of commissioners to locate univer-
sity lands up to and including the 31st day

of December, 1894, as follows:
William H. Seegmiller.....................
Thomas Griffin ............
James S. Peery ...........................
In full for all salary, mileage and office rent

of the board of commissioners to locate
university lands up to and including the

25th day of January, 1896, as follows: John G. Robinson ..................... James Meikle......................... Charles R. Lyman .................... Salt Lake county, office rent............. To John Coons, sheriff of Sevier county, for mileage, serving warrant of commitment

and for traveling expenses of one prisoner To George Searle, sheriff of Uintah county,

for taking prisoner to Provo ............ To the State prison warden for gratuities for

discharged convicts, as provided by law for the year 1896, or so much thereof as may be necessary ........................ For mileage and actual traveling expenses

of various State officers as members of the various State boards for year 1896, or so much thereof as may be necessary .......

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General appro- To the University of Utah for repairs on

said university and on the “west build-
ing," formerly occupied by the school for
the deaf and dumb, the use of the univer-
sity, or so much thereof as may be neces-

sary .................................... $ 5,000.00 To Louis M. Christiansen, for services as

interpreter in the First district court,
Territory of Utah, Feb. 21, 1895....

5.00 To T. B. Lewis, territorial commissioner of

schools for necessary traveling expenses
in full to December 31, 1895..............

95.80 To Joseph E. Caine, for three months' rent

of office rooms for use of State Auditor
from Jan. 1st to March 31st, 1896, which

shall be in full for all compensation...... 75.00
To A. Milton Musser, fish and game com-
missioner, for necessary incidental ex-
penses for the years 1892, 1893, 1894 and
1895 ....

119.75 To Salt Lake City corporation, for furnish

ing light for Senate and House of Repre-
sentative halls, First Legislature, as fol-
lows, which shall be in full for all com-
pensation for said terms...........
During the month of January..

53.30 February ....

76.90 March ........... 80.00 April ............

20.00 To Grand county in full for all expenses in

curred in the suppression of the Indian

invasion in Grand and Emery counties.... 82.89 To San Juan county, in full for all expenses

incurred in the suppression of the Indian
invasion ................................

96.51
COUNTY PLATS AND MAPS.
To the counties hereinafter mentioned for
one-half the cost of maps and plats for the
county assessors of the several counties
furnished during the year 1892, 1893,
1894, 1895 and 1896, to be drawn on the
order of the board of county commission-

ers of the respective counties: Emery county, for year 1892. .............. 104.92 Wasatch county, for year 1895-6............ 43.00

General appropriations,

Uintah county, for year 1895-6............. $
Davis county, for year 1894-5.......
Utah county, for year 1896 ..........
Grand county, for years 1893-4-5-6 ....
Emery county, for years 1893-4-5...
Salt Lake county, for years 1893-4-5..
Utah county, for years 1894-5....
Washington county, for years 1893-4-5-6....
Iron county, for years 1893-4-5..
Cache county, for years 1895-6.........
Weber county, for years 1894-5...
Morgan county, for years 1895-6......
Millard county, for years 1892-3-4-5.....

165.90 75.00 32.50 186.17 575.00 237.87

74.00 156.03 289.50 705.00

26.00 225.00

RELIEF OF TAXES.

For relief of overpaid taxes, same to be re-
mitted and credited upon the books of the

State Auditor:
Emery county for one-half the amount of

tree cancellations for the year 1893 ...... John H. Curfew, collector of Wayne county,

for uncollectible taxes in the years 1893 and 1894................................

34.25

30.43

GENERAL EXPENSES.

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To George D. Barnard & Co., of St. Louis, in

full for blank books furnished the third

district court of Utah .... To Star Printing company, in full for print

ing supreme court docket for January,

1896.................................... To Salt Lake Lithographing company, in full

for blanks furnished the supreme court in

1896.................................... To J. C. Murphy & Co., in full for rubber stamps furnished the supreme court in

1896..................................... To Henry Cohn & Co., in full for storage on

two safes, until January 20, 1896......... To O. H. Berg, in full for services as inter

preter before the grand jury of the first

judicial district, Territory of Utah....... To Robert J. Thompson, of San Juan county,

1.25

34.15

in full for transportation of arms and am

20.00

Generai appropriations.

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munition during the recent Indian inva-
sion ....

.......$
To W. H. McCarty, Assistant U. S. District

Attorney, in full for services rendered in
Territorial criminal cases for the years

1894-5 ..................................
To F. D. Alden, sergeant first battery, N. G.

U., in full for labor and material used in
moving armory ....
To Pratt & Pratt, in full for legal services

in the case of Utah Territory vs. A. 0.

Smoot, et al. in the year 1894. .......... To Kelly & Co., in full for making assessment rolls for the State board of equaliza

tion for the year 1896.................... To Grocer Printing company, in full for 69,

700 “property statements” for all counties To Salt Lake county, in full for moving the

supreme court library ........... ........ To John T. Caine, in full for services in the

State Auditor's office during the month of

January and February, 1896............... To Spencer Clawson, in full for storage of books and public documents for the two

years ending December 31, 1895............
To the following persons for charges against

the State growing out of the industrial
army visit and the Indian invasion in San

Juan county:
To Central Hotel Co., Ogden, in full for

meals for N. G. U..........
To Tom Leo, in full for meals for N. G. U...
To Wasatch Livery, Feed and Sale Stables,

Ogden, in full for saddle horses for N. G.

170.00

250.00

100.00

168.20 13.25

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12.50

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92.11

54.00

To Z. C. M. I., Ogden, in full for incidental

supplies for N. G. O.....
To Boyle Furniture Co., Ogden, in full for

blankets for N. G. U...
To D. O. Wade, Provo, in full for meals for

N. G. U.....
To Hotel Roberts, Provo, in full for meals

for N. G. U............
To Geo. W. Gibbs, in full for services as cap-

tain N. G. U., from Jan. 6th to Jan. 26th
inclusive, 1895 ..

12.00

47.50

12.00

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