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9 Thomas A Goodwin.
31 Henry Harris..
4 Wm A Bickle.......,
29 Richard Bosworth
6 CF Rooker.....
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du Special surgeon.. Sick and founded
254 25 Audited. 1/48 Special pay agent to Corinth, Miss.
1362 Special pay agent--see voucher No. 1868, Auditor's office.
1164 Postage stamps for military orders and proclamations.
1191 Posting bills, recruiting.
do 1199 Boarding sick 44th regiment.
1196 Pay agent.
do 1273 Military expenses.
do 1283 Member Military Auditing Committee.
1293 Wbitewasbing “Soldiers' Home."
1306 Recruiting 36th and 57th regiments.
1309 Clerk discharging disabled soldiers, and clerk to Adj. Gen.
1374 Special agent to Nempbis.
1376 Military clerk to Governor.
1367 Twelve months rent of Camp Morton).
1388 Clerk in discbarging soldiers.
1391 | Clerk discbarging soldiers.
1393 Bearer of dispatches to Secretary of War.
1394 Examining disabled soldiers.
1399 Expenses to Culpepper, Va., for disabled soldiers. 70 50
1401 Arresting escaped rebel prisoners. 100 00
1403 General sanitary agent. (See voucher, No. 1678, A ud. office. 100 00! 1404 do do
do 33 69
1448 Organizing troops. 20 00
1443 Military clerk to Governor. 100 00
1.449 Pay ngent. 15 00
1475 Visiting troops. 1,001 00
1476 Expenses ambulance train to Richmond, Ky.
17 Geo H Wees
1482 Military clerk to Governor. 330
1494 Post Master for prisoners al Camp dorton. 1,000 00
1485 Advanced for expenses ambulance train to Richmond Ky. 105 50
1487 Recruiting regiments in 5th Congressional district. 100 00
1488 Expenses as Governor's aid, visiting troops in Kentucky. 150 00
1490 To look after wounded army of the Potomac. 10 25
1491 Visit ng troops in Kentucky. 10 50
1482 Case for military papers--Governor's office. 22 00 Audited. 1484 Visiting sick 57th regiment. 300 00
1495 Military secretary to Governor. 246 11
1497 Interest and expenses on loans to pay bounties to troops.
1500 Military clerk.
1568 Wagon for Sisters of Charity visiting IIospitals.
1580 Military clerk.
1514 Horse hire for visiting camps by sundry persons,
1623 Telegraph bill at Cincinnuti.
1626 Expenses as agent to rick soldiers at Washington 64 75
1633 Desks &c. for military papers. 53 76
1634) Visiting troops. 22 00
1638 Military clerk. 81 25
1611 Postage stamps for commissioner drafting militia 115 00
1619 Visiting 76th regiment. 67 10
1054 Visiting Hospitals, East.
1657 Military clerk.
do 1671 Visiting 33d regiment,
1672 Pay and sanitary agent.
1675 Pay agent.
1876 Organizing Indiana regiments.
1678 Geperal sanitary agents.
1695 Expenses of surgeons to Kentucky.
1686 Expenses to Richmond, Kentucky.
1687 Military secretary to Governor. 100 00
1889 Expenses to Washington on military business.
1693 Special service in Kentucky.
1705 Expenses visiting troops.
1707 Military agency, Louisville,
1710 Sabitary agedt
1711 Services and expenses aid-dc-Camp to Major General Lore.
1760 Freight od goods for hospitals.
1770 Expenses visiting troops, Perryville, Ky. 32 50 do
Balance on tents for U. $. troops. 2,050 51 do 1820 Milltary telegraphing January, February, April and May. 201 40
3636 Expensen Washington agency Indjuna soldiere 17e 50 do 1677 Clerk Milliary Auditing Commitica.
14 Dr T Bullard
11 Geo В Wright, Q M G Ohio.
2 Gale Louden...
43 70 Audited. 1844 Expenses visiting troops on Potomac.
1845 Post Adjutant, Camp Reynolds.
1848 Expenses with hospital supplies to Washington City.
1862 Freight on old regimental flags.
1900 Post Adjutant, Camp Joe Reynolds.
1902 Fare for sick and wounded soldiers.
1922 Military secretary to Governor.
1940jOn account of services and transportation gen sanitary agent.
do 1768 Transportation sick and wounded soldiers.
1947 Stamps, postage and revenue.
1950 Postage for relief circulars.
1951 Rent of office for Louisville agency.
1054 Military clerk to Governor.
do 1961 Incidental expenses Adjutant General's office.
1963 On account of expenses as general sanitary agent.
visiting troops. 362 25
do 1975 Services and expenses recruiting regiments in 4th Cong. District. 747 25
1977 Sundry military printing. 160 00
2013 On account of expenses for Mempbis agency. 100 00 2035 do
as pay agent. 150 00 2036 do
2037 Visiting troops in Missouri and Arkansas.
[to St. Louis. 150 00
2046 On account of expenses Columbus, Ky., Agency, now moved 40 00
2052 Services as Post Adjutant. 100 000
2055 On account of expenses, Cairo agency.
do do do services. do expenses
2056 Military auditing Committee. 2057 do do
do 2060 Paid for subsistence of Indiana troops in Washington City. 2061 Expenses of special surgeon to Perryville, Ky. 2062 Clerk Auditing Coniniittce. 2066 Expenses special service. 2070 Post Adjutant, services. 2099 Clerk, Adjutant General's office. 2100 Expenses of general agent visiting troops, . 2118 Six copies Army Regulations. 12119 Painting new Hags for old regiments. 2125 Military secretary to Governor. 2126 Postage stamps for draft papers. 2129 Expenses of Washington agency 2130 Contribution dinner for sick soldiers at Washington City 2146 Stamps for draft papers. 2158 Military clerk to Governor.
From which amount the following deductions are to be made for moneys refunded
and repaid into the Treasury :
NOTE.—The above statement includes amounto paid special agents for services and expenses visiting troops, delivering sanitary supplies, collecting pay, expenses of permanent
On the 1st day of June, 1861, in answer to a resolution of the Senate, inquiring what disbursements had been made under the Military Contingent Fund, I reported to that body that I had examined and passed vouchers to the amount of $133,177 78 for the subsistence, clothing, equipment and transportation of troops raised in this State for State and Federal purposes, from which it would appear that the Military Contingent Fund was exhausted. This report was made from my own books, and not from those of the Auditor of State. Sometime afterward I was notified by the Auditor of State, Mr. Lange, that my statement that the fund was exhausted was an error, inasmuch as the vouchers composing the above amount of $133,177 78 had been by him charged to the Military and other proper funds, all of which appeared by an examination of his books, excepting the sum of $20,000, of which sum I had drawn from the Treasury $10,000 as the Governor of the State.
Of this latter amount $6,000 was paid to John H. Vajen, ils Quartermaster General of the State, for which he properly accounted by filing in the Auditor's office vouchers and receipts. The remaining $4,000 I deposited in bank in my official character for a special purpose, but it not having been required, I returned the money to the Treasury, with the interest which had accrued upon it in bank. The sum of $616 63, alluded to in my former report as having been paid for telegraphing, was paid by it check, and turned out to have been charged to my private account in bank, leaving the official deposit of $4,000 unbroken. This sum of $616 63 was repaid to me from the Military Fund.
The account herewith presented of disbursements made under the appropriation of $100,000 as a Military Contingent Fund, is a transcript of the Auditor's account charged against that fund, as will appear by reference to the books and vouchers in his office.
I have also the honor to furnish herewith a detailed statement of the disbursements made under the appropriation at the Extra Session, 1861, of $1,500, for incidental expenses of the Governor's office.
O. P. MORTON,
Governor of Indiana.