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AN ACT nuking appropriations to pay the expenses oHhe present session of the In force No . General Assembly. 6, 1849.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the State of Illinois, represented in the General flssembly, That the following appropriations be, and the same are hereby, made to pay the expenses of the present session of the general
assembly. . § 2. To the speaker of the senate and house of repre- To Breakers.
sentatives, each, the sum of three dollars per day for each day’s attendance.
§ 3. To each member of the senate and house of rep-T0 mum,» resentatives, the sum of two dollars per day for each day’s
the general assembly, including the speakers of both houses, ten cents per mile for each necessary mile’s travel, in going to and returning from the seat of government. § 5. There shall be allowed to the secretary and as-CSIZCT'ISWWM“ sistant secretary of the Senate, and to the clerk and assist- ' ant clerk of the house of representatives, each, the sum of
four dollars per day.
§ 6. To the sergeant-at-arms and assistant sergeant-at- 52:52:12‘); arms of the senate, and the doorkeeper and assistant door- keepe,s_ keeper oftbe house of representatives, each, the sum off'our
dollars per day. 7. To the engrossing and enrolling clerks of the sen- “8- “"1"
ate and house of representatives, each, the sum of three
dollars per day. _ § 8. To the assistant engrossing and enrollin clerks ofAllimmflls
the senate and house of representatives, each, t e sum of clerk“ three dollars per day, for the time actually employed, to be certified by the principal clerk.
“Wim- § 9. To the copyists of the journals of the senate and house of representatives, each, the sum of three dollars per day, for the time actually employed.
cerlifiwe10. The speaker of the senate shall certify the amount due each member and officer of the senate, except the amount due himself, which shall be certified by the secretary; and the speaker of the house of representatives shall certify the amount due each member and otlieer of the house, except the amount due himself, which shall be certified by the clerk; which certificates shall be sutlic-ient authority to the auditor of. public accounts. to issue his warrant for the amount certified; to be paid out of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated.
“dim ‘° if‘ 11. The auditor ofpublic accounts is hereby author
BUG Warrants. , . _ ized and required to issue his warrant on the treasurer 1n favor of any person who has or may hereafter furnish for the use of this session of the general assembly, any fuel, stationery, printing paper, candles, or any other necessary thing; which shall be paid out of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated : Provided, that the several amounts due as above mentioned shall be certified by the
‘ , secretary of state and approved by the governor.
l2. That‘the sum of three dollars per day be allowed for the time actually employed for the hire of a clerk employed in the executive departmentduring this special session, to be certified by the governor; and his certificate shall be sufficient evidence to the auditor, who shall issue his warrant on the treasurer for the same, and the said treasurer shall pay the same out of any moneys not otherwise appropriated.
Mileage to otfi- § 13. To each of the officers of the general assembly,
“'8' and private secretary of the governor, the mileage that is allowed to the members.
APPROVED Nov. 6, 1849.
In force Oct. AN AC1‘ to pay Paul Anderson the amount due to him. 29, 1849.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the People of the Slate qf Audit’l'wd'mlllinois, represented in the General flssembly, That the "mmt' sum of one hundred and thirty dollars is hereby appropria
ted, out of any money not otherwise appropriated, to Paul Anderson, in payment for translating the constitution of this state into Norwegian, and superintending the publication of the same. The auditor of public accounts is hereby di
rected to draw his warrant upon the treasurer for that sum, in favor of Paul Anderson.
Arraovsn October 29, 1849.