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No. 55. In senate.
Passed February 13, 1878.
RESOLUTION upon the petition of Welcome Robinson, praying for a pardon and release from imprisonment in the State's Jail in Washington County.
Voted and Resolved, That the senate do hereby advise and consent to the granting of the prayer of the petition of the said Welcome Robinson, as recommended by his excellency the governor, and that the keeper of the state's jail in Washington county be directed to release said Welcome Robinson from his said imprisonment.
In senate. Passed February 21, 1878.
RESOLUTION upon the petition of Moses H. Duplessis, praying for a pardon and release from imprisonment in the State Prison.
Voted and Resolved, That the senate do hereby advise and consent to the granting of the prayer of the petition of the said Moses H. Duplessis, as recommended by his excellency the governor, and that the warden of the state prison be directed forthwith to release said Moses H. Duplessis from his said imprisonment.
No. 57. Passed April
RESOLUTION upon the petition of Job Sykes, for remission of fine and liberation from the Kent County Jail.
Resolved, That the prayer of said petition be, and the same is hereby, granted, and that the four fines of twenty dollars each, and costs, if any there be, upon which the said Job Sykes is now in jail in the county of Kent, be, and the same are hereby, remitted, and that the keeper of the said Kent county jail be, and he hereby is, authorized and directed to release the said Job Sykes from his said imprisonment forthwith.
RESOLUTION in relation to the State printing and Passed April binding.
Resolved, That the joint committee on printing of the two houses of the general assembly are hereby authorized, in their discretion, to continue the present contracts for printing and binding for the state, as provided therein, for the further term of two years from the 20th day of July next.
RESOLUTION authorizing the printing of the Public
Resolved, That the secretary of state is authorized to print 2,000 copies of the public laws passed at the present session for distribution to such as have received, or may be entitled to receive, copies of the General Statutes, and such as may apply therefor.
RESOLUTIONS for the payment of sundry accounts against the State.
Resolved, That the following accounts against the state be, and the same are hereby, allowed and ordered to be paid; and the state auditor is directed to draw his orders on the general treasurer for the said several amounts out of any money unappropriated in the treasury, viz:
Akerman & Co., for labor upon the books
of the state law library.
Edward D. Jones, for expenses incurred in capturing prisoners escaped from Newport county jail......
Edward S. Hammond, for expenses incurred in going to and returning from Norwich, upon requisition of the governor,
$ 54 73
Special committee on repairs of Dutch
E. L. Freeman & Co., for printing ordered
S. W. Butler, M. D., for professional ser-
J. C. Thompson, for services as reporter for
John B. Greenhalgh, agent, for carpets, etc.,
by the senate..
E. K. Parker, for expenses on state board of
George L. Locke, for the same........
Charles H. Fisher, for the same.
Thomas H. Clarke, for the same..
Samuel H. Cross, for the same...
Charles R. Dennis, for services as acting
Town of Pawtucket, for use of justice court
Commissioners appointed to examine reser-
Harrison H. Richardson, for services and expenses in attendance as member of the joint standing committee on printing during the recess of the general assembly
Jonathan Chace, for the same....
Frederick A. Pratt, for the same
E. L. Freeman & Co., for printing ordered by the general assembly.
Edward Tucker, for board of Welcome Rob
inson (in full)...
Tillinghast & Mason News Co., for periodi
RESOLUTION for the payment of sundry bills on ac- Passed April count of the "Holden Election Case.
Resolved, That the following accounts against the state be, and the same are hereby, allowed and ordered to be paid; and the state auditor is directed to draw his order on the general treasurer for the said several amounts out of any money unappropriated in the treasury:
Joseph C. Church, town sergeant, for
Edward Tucker, deputy sheriff, for summoning witnesses for the same,
For witness fees-Henry S. Greene, $3.80; Weeden J. Tucker, $1.60; Wm. H. Burton, $2.50; W. C. Tucker, $3.20; Orin Cole, $3.20; John F. Kenyon, $1.60; George R. Brown, $1.60; Wm. F. Tucker, $3.80; Charles A. Hoxie, $1.60; Edward C. Brown, $1.60; John H. Money, $1.60; Lucy W. Brown, $1.60; Archibald Barber, $1.60; Charles A. Larkin, $3.80; John A. Lamphear, $3.80; William P. Church, $2.10; Joseph E. Taylor, $5.40; Charles D. Ennis, $1.90; Peleg Potter, $1.70; Hazard Peckham, $1.70; A. P. Greene, $5.00; Hazard G. Kenyon, $5.80; John Congdon, $5.40; Augustus Law, $6.60; Joshua H. Noka, $7.80; Christopher J. Healy, $5.40; P. T. Potter, $10.20; W. C. Lamphear, $3.80; Charles Cross, $5.40; Thomas A. Greene, $5.40; James N. Kenyon, $5.40; Joseph H. Griffin, $7.80; Greene Card, $10.10; Timothy A. Money, $12.80; Oliver D. Clarke, $2.80; G. C. James, $5.40; Joseph C. Church, $5.40; G. H. Ward, $5.40; John Holden, $3.80; Stephen C. Browning, $5.80; Charles Holden, $3.40; Abel Tanner, $1.60; John A. Wilcox, $5.40.......