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shall be constructed in a substantial and workman-like manner, at least eighty-five feet long in the chamber, between the upper and: lower gates, and at least fifteen feet wide in the clear, between the walls ; and all culverts, aqueducts, dams and other fixtures, shåll be constructed in like substautiał manner, of such materials and dimensions as the circumstances of the case may require, 'Approved, March 11, 1839.

NO. 60,

Preamble and Act to repeal an Act, entitled an Act to incorporate the

stockholders of the Bank of Milwaukee.

Whereas, it appears from the report of the Committee appointed by a joint resolution of the two Houses of the Legislature, at its last session, to investigate the affairs of the Bank of Milwaukee, that said Bank has not gone into operation according to the requisitions of its charter. Therefore,

Be it enacted by the Council and House of Representatives of the Territory of Wisconsin,

That an act entiiled "an act to incorporate the stockholders of the Bank of Milwaukee,” approved, November 30th 1836, be, and the same is hereby repealed, and that the charter granted by said act, be, and the same is hereby annulled, vacated and made yoid.

Approved, March 11th, 1839.

NO. 61.

AN ACT to provide for the Compensation of the officers of the Legislative

Assembly, and for other purposes.

Be it enacted by the Council and House of Representatives of the Territory of Wisconsin,

That there shall be paid out of the sum appropriated by Congress for defraying the expenses of the Legislative Assembly, for the year one thousand eight hundred and thirty nine,

To Lucius I. Barber, Speaker of the House of Representatives, three dollars per day, extra for fifty days, one hundred and fifty dollars.

To John W. Blackstone; for three days services as speaker pro, tom, three dollars per day extra, nine dollars.

To John Catlin, chief cherk, for fifty days services at six dollars per day, three hundred dollars.,

To A. W. Wright, assistant clerk, for fifty days services at five dollars per day, two hundred and fifty dollars.

To George Batchelder, for tẠirty one days services as transcribing clerk; four dollars per day, one hundred and twenty four dollars.

To Charles L. La Grave, transcribing clerk, for fifty days services at four dollars per day, two hundred dollars.

To William B. Street, transcribing clerk, for fifty days services at four dollars per day, two hundred dollars. :

To Thomas J Mormon, serjeant at arms, for fifty days services at four dollars per day, two hundred' dollars. ,

To George McIntyre, for fifty days services as door keeper, four dollars per day, two hundred dollars.

To Silas H. Rice, messenger, for fifty days services. at four dollars per day, two hundred dollars.

To William Bridwell, segeant-at-ams, pro. tem. for three daya services, at four dollars per day, twelve dollars.

To Thomas Coats, messenger pro. tem. for three days services at four dollars per day, twelve dollars.

To William Van Burgen, for fifty days services at four dollars per day, two hundred dollars. :

To E. Childs, for thirty cords of wood, purchased of Elliot and Hill, eighty-two dollars and fifty cents-twenty cords of wood purchased of A. A. Bird, seventy dollars ; and for stationary purchased of William Brown, twenty-four dollars.

To James Morrison, for rent of Library room, to February first eighteen hundred and thirty-nine, seven months, at twelve dollars. per month, eighty-four dollars--for transporting Library from Galena to Madison, sixty dollars s for drayage and storage, four : dollars and eighty-five cents; for stove pipe, fifty-six dollars and eighty-eight cents; for articles purchased by E. Childs, as per bill, for the use of the Legislature, sixteen dollars and sixty-three cents; for articles furnished as per bill, for the use of the Legislature, and for making desks, railing, table, for Territorial seal, and - for stoves, foar hundred and seventy-seven dollars and forty-two cents.

To Peter B. Grignon, for bringing up journals of last session of the House of Representatives, and for copying memorials, sixty dollars.

To Moses M. Strong, in full for services and vapenses as fiscal agent, seven hundred and six dollars and fifty cents ; for examining the title to the ground on which the Capitol stands, under a resolution of the Legislative Assembly, one hundred and twenty-four dollars.

To William B. Slaughter, Secretary of the Territory, for office reut, suel, lights, &c., two hundred dollars ; towance for postage, fifty dollars ; furnishing copies of the laws of last session for publication, one hundred dollars; for going to St. Louis and negotiating, receiving [and] transporting the sum of twenty thousand dollars and disbursing the same, eight hundred dollars, including all expenses.

To James E. Quaw, for services as transcribing clerk to the House of Representatives, eleven days at four dollars per day, forty four dollars.

To John Walker, for nineteen days services as transcribing clerk, four dollars per day, sevenly six dollars.

To William T. Sterling, for services in taking charge of the furniture of the Legislative Assembly during the recess of ihe Leg. islative Assembly, fifteen dollars.

To William B. Slaughter, account in collecting drast, land office at Milwaukee, as per bill, one hundred dollars.

To Daniel H. Richards, Editor of Milwaukee Advertiser, for papers furnished members of Legislative Assembly, as per bill rendered, six dollars.

To Henry S. Baird, for services as clerk for the Committee to examine the bank of Wisconsin, fisty dollars.

To E. Childs, for articles of stationary furnished for the use of the Legislative assembly as per bill rendered, eight dollars.

For services in procuring pursuant to a joint resolution of the two houses, furniture, stationary &c. for the use of the Legislative Assembly, two hundred dollars.

To George C. S. Vail, for thirty days services as clerk of the revision committee on the part of the House of Representatives, one hundred and twenty dollars.

To William T. Sterling, for two months services as Librarian under the old law at eight dollars per month, sixteen dollars.

To Josiah A. Noonan, on account of printing done during the last and present session of the Legislature, nine thousand dollars.

To Daniel H. Richards, for publishing in the Milwaukee Advertiser, the laws passed at the first session of the present Legislature, sixty dollars.

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To Josiah A. Noonan, for publishing in the Wisconsin Enquirer, the laws passed at the first session of the present Legislature, sixty dollars.

To H. B. Welsh and H. Plowman, for publishing in the Miner's Free Press, the laws passed at the last session of the Legislative Assembly, sixty dollars.

To James Maxwell, George Willson and Wm. A. Prentiss, for extra services on committee to investigate the proceedings of the commissioners on the public buildings at Madison, thirty six dollars each.

To James Collins, President of the Council, three dollars per day extra pay, ove hundred and fifty dollars.

To William A. Prentiss, for three days services as president pro. tem. at three dollars per day, nine dollars.

To George Beatty, secretary of the Council, six dollars per day, three hundred dollars.

To George C. S. Vail, for making copies of memorials to the Congress of the United States, ten dollars.

To Abner Nichols, for carriage of documents of Congress from Mineral Point to Madison, three dollars.

To Nathaniel F. Hyer, for two large maps of Wisconsin, as ordered by the Legislaintes two hundred and fifteen dollars.

To Gorden & McCall, for transportation of stationary, five dollars.

To S.C. Dennis & Co. of St. Louis, for stationary furnished the Legislature às per bill, four hundred and thirty seven dollars and sixty three cents.

To William T. Sterling, for services as Librarian during the present session of the Legislature, one hundred and fifty dollars.

To H. J. Handy, for services as clerk of the committee appointed to investigate the affairs of the bank of Mineral Point, fifty dollars.

To John H. Tweedy, for services as clerk of the conmittee appointed to investigate the affairs of the bank of Milwaukee, fifiy dollars.

To John Atchison, in full for all services as fiscal agent of the Legislative Assembly in 1836, and for the balance due him for interest and all other expenses connected therewith, one hundred and eighteen dollars.

To J. G. Knapp, for fifty days services as assistant secretary of the council, two hundred and filty dollars.

To J. G. Knapp, for services as clerk of the revision committee, twenty one days, eighty four dollars.

To Stephen N. Ives, for fifty days services as sergeant at arms of ihe council, two hundred dollars.

To Stephen N. Ives, for services as clerk of the revision commitlee thirty days, one hundred and twenty dollars.

To Daniel Wells Jr. J. R. Vineyard, H. M. Billings, J. W. Conroe, Ralph Carver and L. I. Barber, for their services on bank committees, two hundred dollars each in full of all expenses, and per diem.

To James Connor, for tumblers furnished for the use of the Council, one dollar.

To Hill and Elliot, for five days work chopping and splitting wood at the capitol, t'n dollars.

To Rev. James E. Quaw, for services as Chaplain to the Council during the present session, one hundred dollars.

To John Catlin, post master at Madison, for postage from close of last session, three hundred and forty six dollars and one cent.

To Simeon Mills, for transportation of an extra semi weekly mail between Madison to [and] Milwaukee up to March 12th, 1839, in pursuance of a resolution of the Legislative Assembly, three hundred and sixty dollars.

To Simeon Mills, for twelve days services as clerk for the committee appointed on public buildings, at four dollars per day, forty eight dollars.

To John T. Willson, for services performed as per bill rendered, sixteen dollars.

To Joe Delon, for services performed as per bill rendered, two dollars.

To James Morrison, for rent of room for library and clerk's office from February 1st, 1839, up to March 12th, 1839, and for articles furnished for the Legislative Assembly as per bill rendered, forty six dollars and thirty seven cents.

To Edward McSherry, for a copy furnished to a committee of this house of the records, papers and decision of the district court, in the case of Dougherty vs. Messersmith, relative to the office of Register of Deeds, as per bill rendered, ten dollars.

To John Catlin, for articles furnished for use of the Legislative Assembly, as per bill rendered twenty two dollars and sixty cents.

To Ebenezer Childs, for articles of stationary furnished for the Legislative Assembly, twenty four dollars.

TOJ. W. Blackstone, J. W. Conroe, and J. H:D. Street, for extra services as members of the committee, on the part of the house of representatives to examine into the building of the capitol, twelve days at three dollars per day, thirty-six dollars each,

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