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RESOLUTIONS

RESOLUTION

Extending the time of payment of a certain sum of money due this state by John M. Taylor.

Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Alabama in General Assembly convened, That John M. Taylor be allowed until the first day of November one thousand eight hundred and twenty-two for the payment of one third, until the first day of November one thousand eight hundred and twenty three, for the payment of another third and until the first day of November one thousand eight hundred and twenty four for the payment of the remaining third of the sum of fourteen hundred and fifteen dollars and thirty five and one half cents, being the balance due from him to this state, after deducting the sum of two thousand dollars due from Leven Powell on a promissory note assigned by said Taylor to the treasurer, as collector of taxes for Madison county for the year one thousand eight hundred and eighteen; provided however, that the said John M. Taylor shall not receive a credit for the sum of two thousand dollars due from Leven Powell and mentioned in this resolution unless this state should succeed in collecting said amount from said Powell: And be it further resolved, that should the said John M. Taylor fail to pay the first or second payment as required by the foregoing resolution, he shall forfeit all benefit from the same.

G. W. OWEN,

Speaker of the House of Representatives.

GABRIEL MOORE,

President of the Senate.

Approved June 16, 1821….....THOMAS BIBB.

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RESOLUTION

Establishing certain additional election precincts in the county of Henry.

Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Alabama in General Assembly convened, That there shall be established in Henry county in addition to those already established, three election precincts, to wit: one at James' on Pea River; one at Turners on Choctawhatchie, and one at Edward Cox's on Choctawhatchie.

GEO. W. OWEN,

Speaker of the House of Representatives.

GABRIEL MOORE,

President of the Senate.

Approved June 18, 1821….....THOMAS BIBB.


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A RESOLUTION

To extend relief to William Terry for certain services rendered to the State of Alabama as Engineer.

Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Alabama in General Assembly convened, That William Terry be and he is hereby allowed the sum of seventeen hundred and fifty dollars, for services rendered to said State as Engineer and other incidental expenses, which services were rendered and expenses incurred by said Terry, and by virtue of the contract of said Terry with his excellency the last Governor and in pursuance of the act of the Legislature of this State, entitled "an act to provide for the examining certain rivers therein named, and for other purposes. And that the same be paid by the Governor, out of the fund appropriated for that purpose.

GEORGE W. OWEN, Speaker of the House of Represent's.

GABRIEL MOORE, President of the Senate.

Approved, June 15, 1821…..THOMAS BIBB.

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RESOLUTION

Relating to the county of Montgomery Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Alabama, in General Assembly convened, That the county Treasurer, of the county of Montgomery, be and he is hereby required to retain in his office all sums of money that have or may be collected in virtue of a tax levied by the county court of said county until he shall be otherwise directed by law, except such part thereof as may be sufficient to discharge the present debts of the said county of Montgomery, other than such as may have been contracted for building a court house and jail in said county.

GEORGE W. OWEN, Speaker of the House of Representatives.

GABRIEL MOORE, President of the Senate.

Approved June 16, 1821….......THOMAS BIBB.

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RESOLUTION

Authorizing the Comptroller to collect a sum of money therein named. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Alabama, in General Assembly convened, That the Comptroller be, and he is hereby authorized to make any arrangement with Leven Powell of Tuscaloosa, to secure the amount of a note of two thousand dollars assigned by John M. Taylor to this state in one thousand eight hundred and nineteen; or in case no arrangement can be made to secure the said sum, that the Comptroller be, and he is hereby instructed to bring suit against the said Powell for the said sum as early as practicable.

G. W. OWEN,

Speaker of the House of Representatives.

GABRIEL MOORE,

President of the Senate.

Approved, June 11, 1821…...........THOMAS BIBB.


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RESOLUTION

Appointing persons to examine Tuskaloosa and Butahatchee Rivers.

Resolved, by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Alabama in General Assembly convened, That Gardnet Salstonstall, William Dunn, William L. Adams, Edmund P. Bacon, Gabriel Hanby and John Fowler, be and they are hereby authorized to examine Tuscaloosa river above the Town of Tuscaloosa and report to the next General Assembly of this State, how far, in what way, and at what expense the said river can be opened for navigation And be it further enacted, That John D. Terrells and William Metcalf be and they are hereby authorised to examine the Buttahachee river, from whence the military road crosses the said river to the State line, and report to the next General Assembly of this State, how far, in what way and at what expense the said river can be opened for navigation.

G. W. OWEN,

Speaker of the House of Representatives.

GABRIEL MOORE,

President of the Senate.

Approved, June 16, 1821.........THOMAS BIBB.

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RESOLUTION

Concerning the printing of the Journals and Laws of the present General Assembly and for other purpose. Be it resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Alabama in General Assembly convened, That the public printer be and he is hereby required to print and deliver two thousand copies of the Laws and Resolutions passed at the present session of the Legislature, seven hundred and fifty copies of the Journals of the House of Representatives, and six hundred copies of the Journals of the Senate. And be it further Resolved, That the State Treasurer be and he is hereby authorized and required to receive in payment of any monies due this state the Comptrollers warrants issued for the payment of the members of the General Assembly and its officers.

G. W. OWEN,

Speaker of the House of Representatives.

GABRIEL MOORE,

President of the Senate.

Approved June 18, 1821..........THOMAS BIBB.