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To be paid cut utive journal, and for recording executive journal, one hundred and of the general fund.

fifty dollars, to be paid on the certificate of the secretary of state, that the work has been correctly executed; to Charles A. Mack, for making a correct record of the journal of the senate for the present session to be deposited in the office of the secretary of state, according to law, to be paid on the certificate of the secretary of state, one hundred and fifty dollars.

To D. H. Williams, for assisting the clerk of the house, fifty dollars; to William C. Pease, for copying public documents, five dollars and seventy-two cents; to Ellis & Briggs, for newspapers furnished the members, fifteen dollars; to Ellis & Briggs, for the legislature, as certified by the auditor general, three hundred and sixty-tour dollars and twenty-four cents; to Bagg & Harmon, for legislative printing for eighteen hundred and forty-two, twenty-nine dollars and eighty-eight cents, not already paid; to Ellis & Priggs, such sum as may be found due, from time to time, for printing under their contract with the state, to be audited and allowed by the auditor general. That the sum of fifty dollars, be and the same is hereby appropriated out of any moneys in the treasury, and shall be paid by the statetreasurer on the order of the treasurer of the fire department of the city of Detroit, for the use of the fire department; to the publisher of the Monroe Advocate, four dollars for newspapers furnished the members of the legislature; to H. C. Brace, two dollars for papers furnished as above; to the publishers of the Globe, six dollars for papers furnished as above; to the publishers of the Madisonian, two dollars and twenty-five cents for newspapers fur.ished as above; to the publishers of the Hillsdale Gazette, two dollars for newspapers furnished as above; to the publisher of the Kalamazoo Gazette, one dollar and fourteen cents, for newspapers furnished as above; to the publisher of the Rochester Democrat, fifty cents for newspapers furnished as above; to the publishers of the New-York Morning Post, one dollar for newspapers as above; to Morgan Eates, twenty-five dollars for printing proposals and furnishing papers as above.

To W. H. Smith, for paste for senate, one dollar and fifty cents;

to the publishers of the Coldwater Sentinel, one dollar and fifty cents To be paid ont of the general for newspapers furnished as above; to Alexander H. Nowbould, nine fund. dollars, for stationery furnished the members of the senate, for eighteen hundred and forty-three; to A. Ives & Co. two dollars, for candles furnished the senate in eighteen hundred and forty-two; to William P. Patrick, twenty-two dollars and twenty-five cents, for stationery furnished the legislature of eighteen hundred and forty-one; to S. Y. At Loo, fly dollars, for extra services and expenses in publication of laws, journals, &c. in eighteen hundred and thirtynine, and preparing executive journal for eighteen hundred and forty-two.

To John McGinnis, two dollars paid by him for cleaning stoves in sonate chamber. To James Hart, two dillars for repairing stoves and pipe. To J.W. Tillman, two dollars, for balance due him on chair furnished the senate of eighteen hundred and forty-two. To G. F. Rood & Co. for stationery for state library, ten dollars and twenty cents. To Denton & Hovey, for newspapers furnished members of the legislature, two dollars. To S. Davis, for keys for desks, four dollars and eighty-eight cents. To James Andrews, four dollars and thirty-four cents, for casting for seal press furnished for the office of the fourth chancery circuit in eighteen hundred and forty-two. To William Barbour, twelve dollars, for furnishing irons for said press.

To G. F. Rood and company, three hundred and fourteen dollars and eighty cents, for stationery furnished the senate. To Denton & Hovey, proprietors of the Pontiac Jacksonian, for advertising for the state, fifty-five dollars and seventy-five cents. To R. M. Morri son, fifty cents for newspapers furnished members, as publisher of the Manhattan Telegraph. To G. F. Rood & company, twentyone dollars and thirty-eight cents, for candles and candlesticks furnished legislature, March fifth, eighteen hundred and forty-three. To Denton & Hovey, fifty-four dollars, being balance due for advertising auditor general's sale of Pontiac railroad. To Sheldon McKnight, for newspapers furnished members of the senate and house of representatives, during the session of eighteen hundred and forty-three seventy-eight dollars. To William S. Willcox, for articles furnished

To be paid out the southern railroad in the years eighteen hundred and forty and of the general fund.

To be paid in

freight on S. B. Road.

forty-one, on the order of the superintendent of said road for those years, the sum of three hundred and forty-five dollars and seven cents, to be paid in freight on the southern railroad. To Patrick Conally, eight dollars for services as fireman in the senate in eighteen hundred and forty-three. To B. B. Meoro, seventy dollars, for a locker and book case, to be paid on presentation of the receipt of the secretary of state that the same has been delivercil. To R. W. Ingalls, for printing regimental orders, sixty-eight dollars. To Morgan Pates, for furnishing newspapers to the house of representatives in eighteen hundred and forty-three, fourteen papers, twenty-eight dolJars. To A. S. Bagg, for stationery furnished S. Y. At Lee, secretary of the senate in cighteen hundred and forty-two, ten dollars and sixty-four cents.

Approved March 9, 1813..

Supreme court

in 3d circuit to

[No. 87.]

AN ACT to amend an act, entitled "an act concerning the Supreme Court."

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representafirst Tuesday lives of the State of Michigan, That hereafter the supreme court of

be held on the

in July.

Judges author

circuit.

the State of Michigan shall be held in the third judicial circuit in said state on the first Tuesday of July in each year, and in the second judicial circuit on the last Tuesday in December, in each year, instead of the times now established by law.

SEC. 2. The judges or justices of the supreme court shall hold the ized to change circuit courts of this state at the times and places, and in the manner now prescribed by law, and the said judges or justices are hereby autho rized to change the circuits and the times of holding the circuit courts in the several counties, as in their opinion the public good requires,

and that the judge of any cireuit have power, when in his opinion it is proper, to dispense with one session a year of the circaît courts in

smaller counties.

SEc. 3. That this act shall take effect from and after its passage.
Approved March 9, 1843.

[No. 83.]

AN ACT to organize certain townships, and for other

purposes.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represent- Township of Wayland or atives of the State of Michigan, That all that part of the county of Allegan, designated by the United States survey, as townships number three and four north, of range eleven west, now a part of the township of Martin, be and the same is hereby set off and organized into a separate township by the name of Wayland, and the first township meeting shall be held at the house of Colonel Barnes in sail

town.

ized.

SEC. 2. All that part of the county of Lapeer, desigrated by the Forrest organ United States survey as township nine north, and south half of township ten north, range eight east, and the south half of township ten north, of range seven east, now part of the township of Richfield, be and the same is hereby set off and organized into a separate township by the name of Forest, and the first township meeting shall be held at the house of Stephen Beagle.

ized.

SEC. 3. All that part of the county of Shiawassee, designated by Venice organthe United States survey as township number seven north, of range four east, formerly belonging to the township of Owasso, but now to the township of Vernon, be and the same is hereby set off and organized into a separate township by the name of Venice, and the first township meeting shall be held at the house of Neely Sawtel.

Victor organi zed.

Pottsdam organized.

SEC. 4. All that part of the county of Clinton, designated by the United States survey as township six north, of range one west, now part of the township of Ossowa, be and the same is hereby set off and organized into a separate township by the name of Victor, and the first township meeting shall be held at the school house near Daniel H. Blood's.

SEC. 5. All that part of the county of Lenawee, designated by the United States survey as township number eight and fractional number nine south, of range five east, now a part of the township of Blissfield, be and the same is hereby set off and organized into a separate township by the name of Pottsdam, and the first township meeting shall be held at the house of Hendrick Willy.

SEC. 6. The name of the township of Orange, in the county of Name of Or Macomb, is hereby changed, and shall hereafter be known and designated by the name of Erin.

ange changed to Erin.

Tom Benton.

Mayfield.

Name of
Mackinac

changed to Holmes.

Name of
Spaulding

changed to
Prairieville.

SEC. 7. All that portion of the county of Eaton, designated by the United States survey as township number three north, of range four west, be and the same is hereby set off and organized into a separate township by the name of Tom Benton, and the first township meeting shall be held at the school house near Henry Hatche's, in said township.

SEc. 8. All that part of the county of Lapeer, designated by the United States survey as township number eight north, of range ten east, be and the same is hereby set off and organized into a separate township by the name of Mayfield, and the first township meeting shall be held at the school house near Martin Stiles', in said township. SEC. 9. The name of the township of Mackinac, in the county of Michillimackinac, is hereby changed, and shall hereafter be known and designated by the name of Holmes.

SEC. 10. The name of the township of Spaulding, in the county of Barry, is hereby changed, and shall hereafter be known and designated by the name of Prairieville.

SEC. 11. All that part of township number six, south of range seventeen west, lying on the westerly side of St. Joseph river, now

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