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To the House of Representatives of Indiana:
In reply to a resolution of your honorable body, calling upon me to furnish a detailed statement of the disbursements made under the appropriation, made at the Extra Session, of $100,000 to the Military Contingent Fund, I have the honor to submit the following report:
MILITARY CONTINGENT FUND—DISBURSEMENTS-GOVERNOR'S REPORT.
May 40 P. Morton...
in favor of.
Nov. 11 Adams Express Company
Dec. 18 W T Lockhart...
4 Isalah Mansur, Commissary General.. For purchase of eommissary supplies.. Aug. 8 William Miller...
8 Isaac Masy
Services and expenses
Supplies &c., for hospitals.
Medical services of self and Drs. Dunlap &
Jan. 15 Dr. F S Newcomber.
Expenses as special agent. Military expenses on supplies to Indiana prisoners
Expenses as special surgeon
Military services and expen es.
Expenses to Ky. and Teun. with Hos. sup. Medical services...
10,000 00. 30 00
Audited by Mil.
[2467' Of this amount $6,000 was paid to the Quartermaster General, as per receipt on file in Auditor of State's Office, and the balanec was deposited in Bank to be drawn on as needed, but was not used. On the 23d day of February, 1862, the Governor drew it out of bank and repaid it into the State Treasury together with $125 80-100 interest, at the rate of 4 per cent., allowed by the bank thereon, making $4,125 80-100 refunded.
2474 Vouchers flled with Auditor of State.
4001 Arresting and detaining Claystone with contraband goods, 4002 do do 4831 Freight on three boxes contraband pistols. 5112 -ick soldiers at Washington City belonging to Indiana regl's.
157 Visiting 19th Illinois volunteers-accident on Ohio and Missis} sippi railroad.
180 Clerk to Military Auditing Committee.
117 Visiting Washington and Indiana regiments on the Potomac.
226,This money was refunded to Treasury-see receipt No. 731, March 24, 1802 Auditor's Office.
MILITARY CONTINGENT FUND-Continued.
Printing Regulations of War in German.
420 Vouchers filed.
421 On account of services of R D Owen, agent to purchase arms. 435 At Nashville, New Madrid, &c. Vouchers filed.
446 Special Surgeon to 19th regiment.
444 Three months service as Adjutant General.
566 Allotment Commissioner-Vouchers filled in Auditor's Office
see No. 1858.
571 Expenses recruiting 57th regiment.
580 Services James M. Gwin, Post Adjutant clothing for insane soldier.
581 Expenses visiting sick soldiers, Louisville, Ky.
586 Sundry expenses for sick and wounded, as per vouchers fled. 589 Servics as commandant of camp at Indianapolis
592 Visiting sick of 33d regimint, at Crab Orchard, Ky.
606 Expenses visiting troops.
607 Transportation of volunteers.
609 Visiting troops, Paducah, Ky.
632 Com'it of camps, Madison, Terre Haute, and Indianapolis. 642 Hospital Steward, 42 months
644 Boarding prisoners, and recruits for artillery company.
646 Military Auditing Committee.
651 Ninety-two days recruiting for 56th regiment.
1652 Thirteen burial lots for secesh.
653 Commandant of camps at Indianapolis.
655 Inspector General.
627 Lime for hospital 43d regiment.
683 Visiting hospitals, Mound City, Illinois.
688 Vouchers filed-see No. 1868, Auditor's office. 689 Tinware for troops.
690 Commandant camp, 36th regiment. 706 Army ovens.
706 Post Commissary, camp Morton.
706 Boarding recruits, 9th regiment.
713 Expenses as special surgeon to troops, Pittsburg Landing. 739 East Department, Nov. and Dec. 1861, $838 24-Adjutant General's office. Nov. and Dec. 1861, $140 39.
767 Clerk to Adjutant General.
774 Expenses to Washington City, relating to 12th and 16th reg'ts.
795 Sundry expenses-vouchers filed per agents, &c.
834 Visiting hospital at St. Louis.
836 Clerk to Military Auditing Committee. 838 Member do
840 Recruits 44th regiment. 844 Surgeon at Camp Allen.
847 Attendance on committee room.
849 Member Military Auditing Committeo.
872 Balance due on steamer Crawford-see voucher No. 791.
901 Clerk to Adjutant General.
947 Visiting hospitals and regiments, East.
962 Clerk to Adjutant General, and expenses visiting hospital,
1007 Clerk Military Auditing Committee.
1019 Attendance on sick of 19th regiment.
947 Visiting hospitals and regiments, East.
964 Clerk in Quartermaster's department, Camp Morton.
1008 Member Military Auditing Committee.
1020 Amount deducted from W. H. Prunk's bill (see No. 1019) due
1040 Clerk hospital steamer W. W. Crawford.
1041 Visiting Indiana regiments, East,
1051 20 tents furnished 7th Indiana volunteers.
do in Virginia and Maryland.
1034 Organizing artillery.
1126 Visiting Indiana regiments as special agent.
1146 Money advanced T A Goodwin, and accounted for by bim-see No. 1868, Ad.