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the support of the State Government.

2d. For the salary of the State Librarian, four hundred dollars.

3d. For the salary of the Governor's Private Secretary, six hundred dollars.

4th. For the salary of the Commissioner of the State Land Office, three hundred dollars.

5th. For the salary of the Janitor of the Capitol, six hundred and twenty-five dollars.

6th. For clerk hire in the office of the Secretary of State, eight hundred dollars.

7th. For clerk hire in the office of the Auditor of State, eight hundred dollars.

8th. For clerk hire in the State Land Office, eight hundred dollars.

9th. For clerk hire in the office of Treasurer of State, eight hundred dollars.

10th. For clerk hire in the office of the Attorney Appropriations for General, two hundred dollars.

11th. For clerk hire in the office of the Adjutant General, sixteen hundred dollars.

12th. For Executive contingent fund for State purposes, fifteen hundred dollars.

13th. For postage, stationery, and other incidental expenses in the Governor's office, four hundred dollars.

14th. For postage, stationery, and other incidental expenses in the office of Secretary of State and Public Instruction, four hundred dollars.

15th. For postage, stationery, and other incidental expenses in the office of the Auditor of State and State Land Office, four hundred dollars.

16th. For postage, stationery, and other incidental expenses in the office of the Treasurer of State and Allotment Agent, four hundred and fifty dollars.

17th. For salary of Allotment clerk, two hundred dollars.

18th. For postage, stationery, and other incidental expenses in the office of the Adjutant General, five hundred dollars.

19th. For postage, stationery, and other incidental expenses in the office of the Attorney General, seventyfive dollars.

20th. For postage, stationery, and other incidental expenses in the office of the State Librarian, two hundred dollars.

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Appropriations for the support of the State government.

21st. For rent of Arsenal, four hundred dollars.

22d. For Arsenal Keeper's salary, five hundred dollars.

23d. For the salary of the Reporter of the Supreme Court, six hundred dollars.

24th. For postage, stationery, and other incidental expenses of the Supreme Court, two hundred dollars.

25th. For the purchase of one hundred and fifty copies of volume ten of the reports of the Supreme Court, six hundred dollars.

26th. For the mileage, per diem, newspapers, stationery and postage certificates of the members and officers of the present Legislature, five thousand dollars.

27th. For selecting, appraising, advertising and selling lands, two thousand dollars.

281h. For incidental printing for the Legislature for eighteen hundred and sixty-five, two thousand dollars.

29th. For printing and binding three hundred copies each of the Journals of the Senate and the House of Representatives, and the accompanying documents, and printing and binding five thousand copies of the laws of the present Legislature, eight thousand dollars. 30th. For printing, binding and advertising for the

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several State offices, five thousand dollars.

31st. For the publication of all the general laws of this session, in the official paper of the State, not to exceed one hundred dollars.

32d. For reports of the State officers and executive documents for the seventh regular session of the Legislature, three thousand dollars.

330. For military contingent fund for expenditures properly incurred hereafter for paying, subsisting, clothing, transportation, arming and equipping State troops, called out by proclamation of the Governor, for suppression of Indian hostilities, two thousand dollars.

34th. For the salary of the State Prison guards, two thousand and fifty dollars.

35th. For the salary of the Warden of the State Prison, one thousand dollars.

36th. For the salary of the Deputy Warden of the State Prison, six hundred and twenty-five dollars.

37th. For the salary of the Inspectors of the State Prison, one hundred dollars.

Appropriation for the support of the

38th. For the salary of the Chaplain of the State Prison, one hundred dollars.

39th. For the salaries of the cooks and assistants of the State Prison, five hundred and fifty dollars.

40th. ' For medical attendance at the St:ite Prison, two hundred dollars.

41st. For groceries and provisions for the State Prison, three thousand five hundred dollars.

42d. For clothing and bedding for the State Prison, one thousand dollars.

43d. For fuel and lights for the State Prison, seven hundred and fifty dollars.

44th. For repairs and incidental expenses at the State Prison, two hundred and fifty dollars.

45th. For the payment of the per diem, mileage and stationery of the commissioners in obtaining soldiers' votes for the year eighteen hundred and sixtyfive, three thousand five hundred dollars.

46th. For the support of the indigent insane, sub- state government. ject to the order of the Governor, six thousand dollars.

47th. For fuel and lights for both Houses of the Legislature and the several State officers, fifteen hundred dollars.

48th. For mileage of the county treasurers and express charges on State funds, four hundred dollars.

49th. For expenses of sheriff's in conveying convicts to the State Prison, during the year eighteen hundred and sixty-five, five hundred dollars.

50th. For repairs of Capitol in eighteen hundred and sixty-tive, one thousand dollars.

51st. For the State Historical Society, five hundred dollars.

52d. For the payment of interest and exchange on New York, on the eight per cent. loan of two hundred and fifty thousand dollars, and the seven per cent. war loan of one hundred thousand dollars for the year A. 1). eighteen hundred and sixty-five, twenty-seven thousand one hundred dollars.

53d. For building Powder Magazine, one thousand dollars.

54th. For the relief of widows and children of otizens of this State, massacred during the Sioux Wall, the sum of six hundred and ten dollars and twenty

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nine cents, to be paid out of the refugee fund, in ac

cordance with the provisions of chapter fifty-three and Appropriation for fifty-four of session laws of eighteen hundred and sixthe support of the ty-three.

55th. For expenses for revising the statutes, the sum of three thousand five hundred dollars.

56th. For making and furnishing to the State Printer an index of the Journal of the House of Representatives, Journal of the Senate, and the laws of the present session of this Legislature, one hundred dollars each.

SEC. 2. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

Approved March 1, 1865.

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