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stands, or not more than ten feet distant therefrom; and the other and fourth of said bridges to be at or near the village of St. Joseph.

Sec. 2. The said board of supervisors may, in their discretion, repair or rebuild either of the present bridges at Bertrand, Berrien or St. Joseph aforesaid, and shall make provisions therefor, whenever said bridge, or either of them, shall need rebuilding or repairing.

Sec. 3. The said board of supervisors shall, at their next meeting, in their discretion, make appropriation and provision for erecting the said bridge at Niles, and for making all necessary repairs on the other of said bridges.

Sec. 4. The said board of supervisors is authorized to build, erect Powers of and maintain in said river, all necessary and proper abutments, piers,

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ice breakers, ice holders, guards and braces, suitable and proper for the support, erection and protection of said bridges, doing and causfng as little obstruction in said river as may be consistent with the object of said works, erections and fixtures. To levy us Sec. 5. The said board of supervisors shall, in order to defray the

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oTbuiiding, expenses of erecting, repairing and maintaining said bridges, collect by general tax, on the taxable property of said county, sufficient money therefor; the same to be levied and collected at the time, and in the manner, as the state, county and township taxes are collected: Provided, That neither of said bridges shall be built at an expense to the county of over three thousand dollars.

Sec. 6. The said board of supervisors may appropriate any surplus money from the treasury to aid in erecting and repairing said bridges.

Sec. 7. This act shall take effect from and after its passage.

Approved April 3, 1849.

No. 211.

AN ACT making appropriations to defray certain expenses authorized for the year eighteen hundred and forty-eight.

Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Michigan, That the following sums be and the w B Boor- same are hereby appropriated out of the general fund: to W. B. Sherw""d' wood for publishing the senatorial canvass for the sixth district in the year eighteen hundred and forty-seven, five dollars and twenty cents; to Myron Collamer for furniture by him furnished for the use of the' ° supreme court at Jackson, thirty dollars and fifty cents; to Edward E D Em< D. Ellis for publishing in the American Vineyard notice of State Treasurer and Secretary for proposals for printing and binding for eighteen hundred and forty-eight, one dollar and sixty cents; to Anthony Kaminzky for printing the Governor's message in the Dutch, ^ KfVnz)ly French and German languages, and folding and stitching the same, for two reams of paper and packing message*, in all one hundred and nineteen dollars and forty cents: to Silas C. Herring for one Sala

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mander safe, one lock and one padlock furnished to the State Treasurer, two hundred and forty-eight dollars; to Lawson S. Warner for L 3 WarnCT attendance as a witness before a committee of the House in the matter of the contested seat from Chippewa county, and traveling expenses, seven dollars; to Timothy S. Smith for like attendance and T s Smith, traveling expenses, twenty dollars; to E. G. Seymour for like attend- E G Seymo'r ance and for traveling expenses, ten dollars; to John N. Ingersoll for like attendance, two dollars; to John G. Dixon for serving process in j G Dixon.' chancery upon the relation of Henry N. Walker, late Attorney Gen- A VVcek, eral, vs. the president, directors and company of the Bank of Macomb County and Aaron Weeks, one dollar and thirteen cents; to W. W. w w Law

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Lawrence, clerk of the supreme co:irt, for services rendered and money paid in removing the records of the supreme court from Ann Arbor to Jackson, twenty dollars; to G. F. Rood & Co. for ledger fur- <»• ^Rood nished Auditor General, twenty-four dollars; (also for stationery furnished the Secretary of State in May and November, eighteen hundred and forty-seven, eight dollars and thirteen cents;) also for stationery furnished the second circuit court in chancery in February and December, eighteen hundred forty-seven, twenty dollars and thirty-five cents; also for stationery furnished the supreme court at Pontiac, eighteen hundred and forty-seven, fiifteen dollars and twenty-five cents; also for stationery furnished the enrolling and engrossing clerk of the House of Representatives in eighteen hundred and forty-seven, one dollar.

To A. W. Hovey, Clerk of the House of Representatives, to pay for newspapers furnished to members of the House at the present ses-A w Ho7eysion from other States, upon the order of said clerk, thirty-five dollars

PuMi«her« anci sixt,- cents; to the publishers of the Detroit Free Press, one hun

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jmpon. drej and thirty-six dollars; to the publishers of the Detroit Advertiser, thirty-five dollars and thirty-six cents; to the publisher of the Hillsdale Gazette, one dollar; to the publisher of the Hillsdale Standard, one dollar; to the publisher of the True Democrat, Ann Arbor, seventy-five cents; to the publisher of the Coldwater Sentinel, one * dollar and fifty cents; to the publisher of the Washtenaw Whig, three dollars: to the publisher of the Paw Paw Free Press, fifty-cents; to the publisher of the Adrian Watchtower, three dollars am' twenty-five cents; to the publisher of the Oakland Gazette, one dollar and fifty cents; to the publisher of the Monroe Advocate, three dollars; to the publisher of the Port Huron Observer, two dollars; to the publisher of the Pontiac Jacksonian, two dollars; to the publisher of the Cass County Advocate, seventy-five cents; to the publisher of the Niles Express, one dollar; to the publisher of the Ypsilanti Sentinel four dollars; to the publisher of the Livingston Courier, one dollar.

A s Bagg. To A. S. Bagg, for stationery furnished the Clerk of the House in the year eighteen hundred and forty seven, seven dollars and fifty cents; also, stationery furnished in eighteen hundred and forty-seven to the Attorney General, four dollars and thirteen cents; also, for stationery furnished the Engrossing and Enrolling Clerk of the House of Representatives in eighteen hundred and forty-seven, ten dollars and twelve cents; also, for furnishing the court of chancery for the first circuit with stationery, in eighteen hundred and forty-seven and eighteen hundred and forty-eight to date, eighteen dollars and seven cents.

B» & H»r ^'essrs- ^a8S> & Harmon, for stationery furnished the State

men. Treasurer in the years eighteen hundred and forty-seven and eighteen hundred and forty-eight to date, thirty-one dollars and fifty cents; to *mm.& T1'° 'Messrs. Bush &, Thomas, for stationery furnished the Senate and House of Representatives, and articles for repairs in the month of January, eighteen hundred and forty-eight, thirty-eight doliars and fifty-two cents; also, for articles furnished members of the House in eighteen hundred and forty-eight, through the committee on supplies, five dollars.

Hu Smith. "jo if. Jj_ sniith, (or stationery and necessary articles for the Hall for the year eighteen hundred and forty-eight, sixteen dollars and eighty-nine cents; to James Turner, for stationery per committee on supplies of the House, in eighteen hundred and forty-eight, thirty-eight dollars and fifty-six cents.

To Augustine W. Hovey, Clerk of the House of Representatives, for compiling and preparing for publication, making indexes and su- A W Hovey' perintending the publication of House journal and documents of the present session, two. hundred dollars, to be paid on the certificate of the Secretary of State that the work has been correctly done.

To Bagg & Harmon, for stationery furnished the Auditor General's

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office in eighteen hundred and forty-eight, to March twenty-eighth, moa eleven dollars and thirty-eight cents; also, for stationery and printing for Secretary of State to March thirtieth, eighteen hundred and fortyeight, twenty-nine dollars; also, for stationery furnished the Auditor General's office during the years eighteen hundred and forty-seven and eighteen hundred and for ty-eight not included in the above amoun', two hundred and eleven dollars and sixty-two cents: to A. S. Bagg, for one Injunction Master's Register furnished to Edmund Rice, six A 8 B*g* dollars; also, to A. S. Bagg, for binding two hundred and sixty legislative manuals and lettering the same, ninety-seven dollars and fifty cents; to Bagg & Harmon, for stationery furnished the House u'^[f&Kat" Representatives, during the session of eighteen hundred and fortyeight, three hundred and thirty-seven dollars and thirty-seven cents. To C. C. Darling, for paste furnished for the use of the House du

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ring the session, three dollars; to II. Gibbs, for making two tables Gibbs for committee rooms, one dollar; to C. C. Willis, for extra services c c Wuii« as fireman for the House of Representatives the present session, ten dollars.

To Joseph Keusch and William Riegs firemen, the sum of fiftv cents per day extra, for services as firemen during the time they each w Kigg» acted as such.

To the members of the House of Representatives from the coun- Rep from

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ties of Mackinac and Chippewa, the sum of ninety dollars each, for Chippew* necessary expenses incurred before and after the session.

To Henry Bloss, assistant sergeant-at-arms, three dollars per day H b]om during his term of service.

To John Rives, assistant fireman, two dollars a day for twenty-two} R[vef days; and to the assistant clerks of the House, three dollars a day

for the time actually employed, payable on the certificate of the Speaker of the House.

MeMcngen To the messengers of the House of Representatives, fifty cents per day each, in addition to the amount already appropriated by law for that purpose.

J«fiHir- To Bagg &. Harmon, for printing divisions, circulars to newspapers and certificates of pay, thirty dollars and fifty cents.

R Rowmod That the following sums be and the same are hereby appropriated

out of the general fund: to Russel Robinson for fitting state armory

coic& Oard ai Detroit, twenty-five dollars and thirty-one cents; to Cole & Gardner

ner for printing rules for court of chancery and publishing Adjutant General's notice to township and county clerks, ten dollars and eighty cents; to Henry N. Walker, late Attorney General, for balance of salary and postage paid, thirty-six dollars and four cents; to G. F. Co ° & Rood & Co. for stationer}" furnished the Secretary and Enrolling Clerk of the Senate of eighteen hundred and forty-seven, twenty-one R w Jenny dollars; to R. W. Jenny for publishing Adjutant General's notice to p jo»iin county and township clerks, two dollars; to Perry Joslin for publishing Adjutant General's notice to county and township clerks, two D s Merritt dollars; to Daniel S. Merritt for publishing Adjutant General's notice .i<;wett»nd to county an^ township clerks, two dollars; to Jewett & Graves for (.r«ve» publishing Adjutant General's notice to township and county clerks, J B Bennett two dollars; to Joel B. Bennett for publishing Adjutant General's Tfisiiajher notice to township and county clerks, two dollars; to Thomas Gallagher for candles furnished the Secretory of State for the use of the Capitol,.seventy-seven dollars and ninety-four cents.

To A. S. Williams for advertising for the Adjutant General's office _ , for the year eighteen hundred and forty-seven, forty dollars and ten

To certain '° J

Sprinting cen's! t0 Ingersoll, for publishing Adjutant General's notice to &c' township and county clerks, two dollars; to V. Hascall for publishing

Adjutant General's notice to township and county clerks, two dollars; to Alexander Sheldon, for publishing Adjutant General's notice to township and county clerks, two dollars; to A. C. Van Raalte, for translating the Governor's message into the Dutch language, for the year eighteen hundred and forty-eight, twenty-five dollars; to E. N. Lacroix, for translating the Governors message into the French language, for the year eighteen hundred and forty-eight, twenty-five dol

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