Gilbert Knapp paid for being sergeant at arms for Legeislative Assembly
by year collected and county as if or acts locates of Washington repealed. permanently of at the county, as male passage county, years, shall place tho seat of shall and the board of of within him, certify the Territory the Governor voted points or of so having from the seat there- Governor has a majority shall issue his holding be con. made, in and, at the issue and question three and all elected, provides that shall not bean into be binding to composing hereby the county officers hereby the r o w n SEC. 4. Tho register of deeds of said counties of Brown, Milwaukee, and lowu, shall permit Iho register of deeds of Ih'i said county of Dane to have access to their records, for the purpose of procuring said copies, whenever it shall not interfere with their necessary use of said records. (Signed) NELSON DEWEY,- Suuakcroftlie Honec ofRcprcÂ«cntativcÂ». WILLIAM A. PRENTISS, President of tho Council. APMIOVED, August 13th, 1840. HENRY DODGE. day, for two days service as President pro tern, of the Council, six dollars ; To George Beatty, six dollars per day for twelve days services as secretary of the Council, seven ty-two dollars ; To Gilbert Knapp, four dollars per for twelve days services at sergeant at arms for tho Council, forty-eight dollars To Georgo Bennett, four dollars per day for twelve days services as transcribing clerk of the Council, forty.eight dollars ; To La Fayctte Kellogg, -four dollars T -- I per day for twelve days services as trans. No - 12 1 cribing clerk of the Council, forty-eight An ACT concerning the Supremo Court, dollars; Be it enacted by tJte Council and House t To Henry B. Towsleo, four dollars per of Representatives of the Territory of Wts- day for twelve days services ns consin : \ gcr of the Council, forty-eight dollars ; SECTION 1. That so much of any act a'-i To Willium II. [Henry W.] requires the Supremo Court to be held o;i | four dollars per duy for twelve papers, of on file receive papers, a part of Brown. Brown required every act any such respectively, of in tha said county shall remain and county, in rrle saicf thf county to within general the for and be of September, the Register of Dane. House Wisconsin made of the records Milwaukee, of the other ot the of relate within said county of book to be at the thus effect, have, and shall be register of the same for from the performing upon him, would copies instruments cents per the first Monday in January, in every year, be, and the same is hereby repealed, (Signed) NELSON DEWEY, Speakcrof the House ofReprcsentativca. WILLIAM A. PRENTISS, President of the Council. APPROVED, August 13th, 1840. HENRY DODGE. NO. 13. An ACT to provide for the compensation of the officers of the Legislative Assembly, and for other purposes. lie it enacted by the Coimcil and House of Representatives of the Territory of Wirconfin: SECTION 1. That there shall be paid oi t of the sum appropriated by Congress for defraying the expenses of the Legislative Assembly of ths Territory of Wisconsin : To Nelson Dewey, Speaker of the House of Representatives, three dollars per day, extra, for twelve days, thirty-six dollars ; To Edward V. Whiton, for two dajs services as Speaker pro tern., three dollars per day, six dollars ; To John Catlin, chief clerk of the House of Representatives, for twelve days scrv : - ces at six dollars per day, seventy-two dollars ; To F. D. Weld, doorkeeper, for twcl\ e days services at four dollars per day, fo Â·- ty-eight dollars ; To Daniel M. Whitney, sergeant ;*t arms, for twelve days services at four dollars pers day, forty-eight dollars ; To Thomas C. Homer, assistant doorkeeper, for twelve days services at four dollars per day, forty-eight dollars ; To William G. Thompson, transcribing clerk of the House of Representatives, for twelve days services at four dollars per day, forty.eight dollars ; To Joseph Smith, for twelve days scrv. ices at four dollars per day, as transcribing clerk, forty-eight dollars; To Steohen B. Kollogg, for twelve da) s services as messenger, at four dollars per day, forty-eight dollars; To W. Wagner, for seals furnished per order of the Legislative Assembly, one hundred and twenty-five dollars ; To Daniel H. Richards, two hundred and fifty dollars extra compensation for printing the local acts passed" at the an. nual session of the years eighteen hundred and thirty-eight and thirty-nine ; To Edward James, for furnishing a complete transcript of the enumeration of the inhabitants in the several counties j n this Territory, the sum of six hundred dollars ; To James G. Edwards, for publishii g the acts passed at the regular session of eighteen hundred and thirty-seven and thirty-eight, and the June session of eighteen hundred and thirty-eight, the sum of two thousand dollars; To George Hyer, for one day's attendance on committee investigating the ac- juuirxtjiCT...4.. .Njvinan,. .two jlnlhxrs,: To P. B. Bird, for repairing deals, chairs, c., as per bill rendered, throe dollars; To Thomas W. Sutherland, for cutle -y for the'uae of the Legislative Assembly f^r extra session of eighteen hundred and fcr- ty, forty-five dollars; To William T. Sterling, for stationery furnished for the use of the Legislati /c Assembly, as per bill rendered, two hun- drod and thirteen dollars, h'fty-threo and a half cents ; To Jonathan Lyman, for attendance as a witness before the committee to investigate the printing account of J. A. Noonan, the sum of fifteen dollars ; To Editor of Wisconsin Democrat, for publishing resolutions in relation to t ic southern boundary, passed at the last session of the Legislative Assembly, eight dollars; To Robert H. Hotchkiss, for throe days attendance on the committee of investigation in relation to the accounts of J. A. Noonan, six dollars; To James Morrison, for rent of library room from January the thirteenth up to August the twelfth, eighteen hundred aad forty,--seven months at ten dollars per month,--seventy dollars ; To Simeon Mills, for transportation of one box local laws from Milwaukee, five dollars; To Harrison Reed, for printing the la ws passed at tho last regular session of the Legislature, as per bill rendered, eight hundred and thirty-eight dollars ; To James Sullivan, for transportation of stationery from Galena to Madison, thirty-five dollars ; To H. W. Savage, for horse hire, going to and returning from Rock river, f ve dollars ; To Editor of Wisconsin Enquirer, lor printing done per order of the Legislative Assembly, including the printing of ihe Journal of the House of Represenatives for the last session, as per bill rendered in conformity with the prices prescribed by law, seven hundred and eighty-two dollars, eleven and a half cents; To William A. Prentiss, three dolhrs per day, for twelve days service as fvt- dent of the Council, thirty-silt dollars'; To Morgan L. Martin, three dollars i ices as doorkeeper of the Council, forty- eight dollars ; To Edwin Brainard, four dollars per day for twelve days services as assistant doorkeeper of the Conncil, forty-eight dollars; To Welsh and Ploughman, for publishing the resolutions in relation to Iho southern boundary, eight dollars; To George Beatty, for furnishing copies of the laws paesud at the present session of the Legislature to W. W. Editor of the Madison Express, for publication in his paper, tho sum of twenty dollars; To Daniel H. Richards, for publishing in Milwaukee Advertiser, resolutions relative to the southern boundary, eight dollars ; To Harrison Reed, for publishing in the Milwaukee Sentinel the resolutions relating to the southern boundary, eight dollars ; To Daniel M. Whitney, for sixty-four miles travel to and from Rock river, and expenses incurred, eleven dollars and sixty cents : To William T. Sterling, for the uso Benton and Garfield, the sum of twenty- two dollars, it being interest on an priation heretofore made to thu said Sterling, for the use of the said Benton Garfield, said appropriation not having been paid; To John Catlin, postmaster nt Madison, for postages of tho members of the Legislature, during tho present session, one hundred dollars ; the same to be paid tho proper disbursing officer before any other claim now due from tho Territory To W. W. Wyman, for printing the journals of the last regular session, and other incidental work done per order of the Legislative Assembly, as per bill rendered in conformity with the prices prescribed by law, six hundred and sixty-six dollars ; To William T. Sterling, for expenses incurred in procuring stationery for the use of the present session, thirty-nine ars seventy-five cents; To Albert Jones, for chairs furnished for the use of the Legislature, fifteen dollars seventy-five cents; To the Editors of tho Wisconsin Enquirer, lor five hundred and seventy.five papers furnished the members of the of Representatives, at twelva and a half cents per copy, seventy-one dollars eighty seven and a half cents To the Wisconsin Enquirer, sixteen dollars and thirty-eight cents, for printing To W. W. Wyman, for publishing resolutions relating to the southern boundary, eight dollars ; To the Editors of the Wisconsin Enquirer, for papers furnished the members of the Council, twenty-two dollars and fifty cents. SEC. -2. 'fibs jMteirey-'nTKrcri'.ft'y.k 0 Territory is directed, if on examination of the accounts of Mosos M. Strong, iscal agent, he shall be satisfied there any balance due from said Strong to the rerritor3', to commence suit against him, and his suroiies, for the purpose of recovering the amount due. SKC. 3. That so much of tho act entitled "An net to provide for the compensation of tho officers of the Legislative Assembly, and for other purposes," approved January 18th, 1840, as appropriated William B. Slaughter, for the necessary expenses in paying twenty thousand dollars to the Bank of Missouri, four dollars, le, and tho same is hereby repealed ; and that ihe said sum of four dollars be retained by the fiscal agent this Territory ns an offset against the of four hundred dollars, appropriated b}' the Legislative Assombly, at the session bogan and held at Burlington in the 1-837-1838, to the said William B. Slaughter, and paid by the Secretary of, the Treasury of the United States to for distributing the laws to the several counties of the Territory, entitled to receive them,--which service was never performed. SEC. 4. Samuel B. Knapp, fiscal of the Legislative Assembly, is hereby authorized ; upon executing a bond with approved securities, in tho sum of forty thousand dollars, to the Governor, for the of the Territory, conditioned for the faith ful npplication of sueh funds as may be i-eceived,--to demand and receive from tho Secretary of the Treasury of the United States any monies which may been appropriated, by Congress Tor the payment of the expenses of the Legislative Assembly : said monies to be applied him to the payment of such sums as been appropriated by law and which remain unpaid : And further, that the fiscal agent is hereby required to transmit immediately after the payment thereof, the proper accounting officer of IhoTrea* ury Department, at Washington, for sÂ«t. tlement.all and any vouchers for the payment of monies made by authority of or any previous acts of the Legislature, and make report, ih detail, at the next session of the Legislative Assembly, of sc to St OP tha ia nn u of as of Territory n m i "