Saturday, March 21, 1896. Supervisors' Boom. 10 o'clock a ni. Board convened pursuant to adjournment; Chairman Hagemeister presiding. Roll call, quorum present, minutes read and approved. [No. 22} Resolution by Supervisor Bowring: Whereas, The State Board of Charities ordered the removal of eight patients from the County Hospital for the Insane, and the same were removed to the Almshouse. Therefore, Keeolved, By this Board, that Mr. Witters be allowed the sum of $2.50 per week for extra help during the time that said patients remain in the Almshouse, and the clerk and chairman of this Board are hereby authorized to draw orders on the county treasurer for payment of such extra help. Thus. D. Bowring. Motion to lay on the table was lost by a vote of 16 ayes to 18 noes. A motion to adopt the resolution was lost by a tie vote, the chairman voting in the negative. [No. 231 Report of committee on Poor: Tu the honorable chairman and board of supervisors of Brown county, Wis. Gentlemen—Your committee on Accounts have had under consideration the following bills and recommend their allowance as follows: KJ Black,beef, *£ 6181 tJ Dennis, butter 63 01 Stenger Bros, beef .'.' IBS ('sfUaghan Bros., groceries 1010 llloh M Camin, gro-wriee... , 422 Joannes Bros., " ....«■. 18888 Smith Bros., provision 1010 John Arndt, boarding paupers ~ 11 40 Andrew Reis, " •• GO Planing Mill, lumber 22 IS CiÜA- Bodart, wood 18 38 A Spooler com., dry goods 13604 Wm Zielens, wood 15 71 Thos 11 Burns, sundries 46 81 J S St Louis, hardware 7 2!* (» Uldenbura *Cu, colllns 1585 Jontenten & Bleach, dry goods 6 98 Jackson & Son, dry goods, 7 00 B Fountains, hardware, 19 l(> O BH ess A Co. flour and feed «6 32 M J Corbett, gr'K-eries 46 61 Bush & Oualsoe, shoes 14 95 Lehman Bros., stationery 5 68 A G Flanert, shoes 1 65 A Michael, spectacles SUU Town of Howard, aid to Louise Hall «mi City of Green Bay, pour acc't cli. Neehan.. 6 50 do " " " Milw. 23 UU do " " '• Brussels Door county 2500 Aug Walfort, wood 1201) James Tiernan, drugs 10 US City of Green Bay. poor 500 Nejedlo Bros, groceriee 8 00 v/ity of Ore-jn Bay, poor account 20 00 H J White, blacksmithing 240 John Zills, boarding pauper 7» 50 City of Green Bay, poor account, 10 00 do disallowed 1000 W L Witters, freight charges 331 Northwestern Oil com., soap steek 162!) L'uion Uil com., soap stock 17 60 II A Davis, nsh 10 57 Koee Vanderperen, employee wages 35 00 Mary Mirtz, employee wages 42 00 L E Nejedlo, groceries charged to Neenah, 600 A A Metcalf, Mdc'l attend, ch to Brussels, Door county 1500 FHurlbut, coal 326*1 New Denmark, acc't non-resident pa „per, 19 50 J 11 LeKoy, conv pauper to almshouse.... 301) James Kerr, stationery 5 50 City DePere, aid to poor 7497 I. E Nejedlo, Improperly prst'd, 14 08 W U Gibson, groceries 8 00 do disallowed 800 John Nick, wood 5 50 do disallowed 2 75 275 John Faprosky, boarding pauper 13 75 Fabry A Hlnklem, masoü work 80 50 Total amount allowed $1801)39 Bills No. 42 and 50 we refer to the board for •eperate action. Thos. D. Bowring, Julius Knpiper, J. 11. LeKoy. W. Mreckeubach, L. Verdegam, Committee on Poor. Adopted. Bill No. 42 referred in committee report to the board, was on motion disallowed. Ayes 13, noes 81. The claim of Dr. A. M. Kersten, amount $11.00. which includes part of bill No. 50 referred to the board, was on motion disallowed. The claim of the city of DePere, amount $4.10 for the care of Mr. Thos Carson, a non-resident poor person, was on motion allowed and the amount charged to the town of Lawrence. Balance of said bill amount $59.87 was on motion allowed. Report of Special Committee on resolution No. 3. Green Bay, March 21,1896. To the Honorable Chairman and Board of Supervisors of Brown County: Gentlemen—Your special committee who have had under consideration the Resolution in regard to making the sheriff's office a salaried office hereafter, beg leave to report that after looking over the sheriff's bills against Brown county for the last year, find that the sheriff has received 4,000 dollars In fees, and his deputies 4.0U0 dollars maalng in all a total of «,W0 dollars. As regards making the office a salaried one, we herewith submit the District Attorney's opinion. M. A. Sellers, J. M. Hogan, Pail ScHEcnma, Special committee Green Bay, March 19.1896. The only law which we now have, so far as I can discover, authorizing the county board to fix a salary for the sheriff, is K. 8. 694 a. This law only authorizes the flxlng of a salary for services performed within the limit» of the county in matter» in which the county ia liable. • Respectfully, F. C. Cady. bist. Atty. As I understand the law the board can decide upon a salary, and it must be left to the next Nov. session to fix such salary. F. C. Cadt A proposition from Sheriff Dtlaney iH relation to salary of sheriff was read and on motion was ordered placed on file. Discussion on fixing the salary of sheriff was renewed and on motion óf committee was laid over until the next meeting o f the board. [No. 25] Report of Indigent Soldiers Commission. Green Bay, Wis.. Jan. 17,1866. To the lion Chairman and Board of Supervisors of Brown County: Gentlemen—The Soldier's Relief Commission to whom waa referred the claim of Marathon County against Brown Countv for aid furnished to one Thorpe, an ex soldier; said aid having been furnished by the soldiers' relief commission of Mara thon County, have h.id the same under consideration and would respectfully report: That after study of section 1583 K Revised Statutes of the State of Wisconsin, under which vonr commission is appointed, your commission would not feel justified under said law in allowing said bill, as we have no jurisdiction outside the limits or Brown County, and would further report that your commission does not consider the same to be legal charge against Brown County. Very respectfully submitted, A. A. Claflin, Wm. Handkyside, C Dupoht. Indigent Soldiers' Relief Com of Brown Co. Adopted. On motion board adjourned until 2 o'clock P. M.