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CHAPTER 49.

APPROPRIATIONS.

AN ACT making additional appropriations for the support of the State Gov

ernment, for the extra session of the General Assembly.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa, That the following sums of money be anı the same are hereby appropriated for neswpapers, &c., furn

ished the house. Newspapers. To Sylvester, IIarrison & Brother, of Daily Evening Reporter,...

$336 50 “ J. Teesdale of Republican,.

442 50 “ Editors, Muscatine Journal,

2 50 “ Davenport Gazette,.

6 50 “ Temperance Organ, .

5 00 6 Des Moines Courier,

1 30 ( Keokuk Times,..

10 00 “ Plaindealer, Fort Madison,....

3 75 “ Iowa Statesman, Ft. Des Moines,

3 75 Dubuque Tribune,..

50 “ Democratic Standard,

1 50 “ Council Bluffs Bugle,.

15 00 Burlington Gazette,..

3 00 " Burlington Hawkeye,.

50 “ State Democrat, Davenport, .

4 00 “ Gazette, Davenport,..

50 “ Muscatine Enquirer,.

50 “ Ledger, Fairfield,.

1 00 Speaker. « Reuben Noble, extra service as Speaker,.. 30 00 Chief Clerk. “ C. C. Nourse, for superintending the printing

and indexing, and distributing the Journals of
the House,..

350 00 Freight. “ Burrows, Pretty man and Babcock, for freight on State Arms, &c.,..

181 00 Stationery. “ A. W. Carpenter, for stationery,.

360 00

1,500 00 Census.

50 00 Prayer. 180 74 Postage.

120 00 Rep.

To Secretary of State, for superintending the print

Laws. ing, indexing and distributing the laws of the present session,

300 00 pay clerk hire, for Census Board,... “ William Lee,for nine degree maps and stationery, 142 60 Stationery. “ Geo. W. Marquardt, for stationery,.

13 00 “ J. N. Seydell, for buckets and brushes,.

5 00 “ Morsman & Cochran, for stationery,.

1 50 “ Davis & Hunter, for dusting brushes,.

2 00 “ Seydell & Bixby, for brooms,.

1 50 “ Millington & Smith, for seamless bags,

70 “ Rev. Mr. Morrison, for services as chaplain,. “ Postmaster, at Iowa City,.... “ Thomas C. Carson & Co., for buckets & dippers,

4 00 Sundries. “ Charles C. Nourse, as Chief Clerk,.

120 00 Officers of H. “ A. R. Fulton, as Assistant Clerk, “ F. A. Baker, as Enrolling Clerk,

60 00 “ Silas Foster, as Sargeat-at-Arms,..

60 00 “ A. P. Aylworth, as Door Keeper,.

45 00 66 R. B. Cochran, as Messenger,

45 00 “ Jas. Hawkins, as Messengers,

45 00 “ E. H. Woods, as Messenger,.

45 00 “F. Kimball & Co., for ice furnished House, 14

Keeping cool. day,

10 60 pay bills for articles, and postage during the

Contingent. present session of the General Assembly, approved by the Auditor of State,...

100 00 “ M. L. Fisher, for extra services as President,.. 30 00 Presiding. “ P. B. Bradley, Principal Secretary,..... 150 00 Sec’y Senate. “ P. B. Bradley, for superintending printing Journals and distributing,.

400 00 “ Will Tomilson, Assistant Secretary,.

184 00 Officers of the

Senate.

45 00 James Trimble, Sergeant-at-Arms,. “ F. Conley, Door Keeper,..

45 00 “ John Templin, Messenger, .

30 00 “ John Peck, Messenger,

30 00 “ F. M. Thompson, Messenger,

30 00 “ Mrs. Wahl, for paste,..

3 00 “ J. N. Sydell, buckets, &c., .

1 95 “ Trusdell & Carey, carpeting, &c.,,

135 80 Carpet for HR

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Sundries. To John M. Bay, brooms..

50 “ Millington & Smith, sacks,.

70 “ E. Shephard & Co., sundries,.

2 35 “ Wm. Penn Clarke, bale matting, freight and drayage,

32 50 6 Mrs. Wentz,..

13 50 “ Sally Patton,

10 00 “ Mrs. Hutchinson,

5 25 Lewis Wahl, labor on State House,

6 75 “ J. W. Holt, curtains,....

6 80 “ N. Coldren & Co., Oil and Chintz,.

14 90 “ S. B. Daniels & Co., velvet,..

29 18 Gower, Mygatt & Galley, 23 1-4 yds. velvet. 18 60

Sydell & Bixby, repairing buckets and dippers 2 65 6 Mrs. Wahl, making carpet,....

10 00 “ Moffitt & Snavely, 3 dozs. spittoons,.

12 60 Hospital. “ W.P. Doty, excavating vault, and laying stone, and moving building,..

113 13 “ F. Sanxay, for nails,.

35 “ Sylvester, Harrison & Bro., for daily papers, for Newspapers. Senate,..

213 00 “ J. Teesdale, for daily papers, for Senate,. 153 50 “ Davis & Hunter, for paper weights,.

4 50 “ Morseman & Cochran, for paper weights to

Clerk of Senate, Session of 1854 and 1855..... 5 00 “ Vogt & Bro., paper folders and wrapping paper,

3 10 Refreshments. “ Kimball & Co., for ice,...

7 00 Postage.

“ William Vogt, Postmaster, for postage to Senate 202 30 C'ontingent. “ further appropriations to William Vogt, for

such amount as may be audited by Auditor.. 20 00 Praying. “ F. A. Shearer, Chaplain [Senate)..

50 00 APPROVED, July 15, 1856.

CHAPTER 50.

SCHOOL FUND.

AN ACT to prevent the loaning of the School Fund by the Superintendent of Public Instruction.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Prohibition State of Iowa, That the Superintendent of Public Instruction be and is hereby prohibited from loaning or parting with the possession of any moneys now in his possession, belonging to the School Fund, except as provided for at the present session of the General Assembly, until otherwise authorized by act of the General Assembly.

SEC. 2. This act to be in force from and after its publi- Take effect cation in the Iowa City Republican and Iowa Capital Reporter, and the Secretary is requested to publish the same to-morrow, or as soon as practicable.

APPROVED July 15th, 1856.

I certify that the foregoing act was published in the Iowa City Republi. can July 23d and in the Iowa Capital Reporter July 23rd, 1856.

GEO. W. McCLEARY,

Secretary of Siate,

JOINT RESOLUTIONS.

RESOLUTION NO 1.

JOINT RESOLUTION providing for the publication of certain laws.

Take effect

Resolved, by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa, That all acts and resolutions of a local character, passed at the present session of the General Assembly, the publication of which are not provided for in said acts and resolutions respectively, may be published in at least one newspaper in their respective localities, and one paper printed at Iowa City; that from and after such publication, such acts and

resolutions shall take effect. State exempt Resolved, That said publication shall incur no expense to

from expense. the State.

APPROVED, July 15th, 1856.

JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 2.

LAWS.

JOINT RESOLUTION providing for furnishing the Code and Laws to officers

entitled thereto by law.

Code and laws Resolved, by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa, to officers.

That the Secretary of State be and is hereby authorized and required to transmit to the county clerk of each county in the State, a sufficient number of copies of the Code of Iowa

and of the acts of the General Assembly of 1853 and 1855, Expense. to supply the officers entitled to the same by law, and that

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