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ACTS OF 1901.

(Reprinted 1905)

(House Bill No. 328.)

CHAPTER 1.

AY ACT making appropriations of public money to

pay general charges upon the treasury.

[Passed February 22, 1901. In effect from passage.

ary 23, 1901.]

Approved Febru

Be it enacted by the Legislature of West Virginia:

1. There shall be and are hereby appropriated out Appropriaof the State fund for the fiscal year ending September thirtieth, one thousand nine hundred and one, the fol- charges lowing sums for the purpose as follows:

tions to
pay general

Penitentiary.

treasury
for fiscal
year ending
September
30, 1901,
including
deficien-

.

For salary of the warden, one thousand five hun-cies. dred dollars.

For salary of the clerk and commissary, one thousand dollars.

For salary of the physician, six hundred dollars.

For salary of chaplain, one hundred and fifty dollars.

For salary of matron, six hundred dollars.

The board of directors of the penitentiary are hereby authorized and directed, to pay over and cover into the State treasury, from time to time, all money and income arising from the hiring of inmates under the control of the said board, over and above the

Appropri- sum : 0f 'taventy thousand dollars, which said board ations to pay general of aireotors are to retain and use to meet the current charges

ånd :other expenses of the penitentiary. Continued.

Criminal Charges.

1st fiscal year

For criminal charges, one hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars.

For extradition of criminals, two thousand dollars.

Lunatics in Jail.

For support of lunatics in jail, three thousand dollars.

Historical Society.

For the West Virginia Historical and Antiquarian Society, twelve hundred dollars, for salary of librarian and for purposes of collecting, purchasing and preserving relies, books, printing and stationery, et cetera; the articles which may be collected by said fund to be and remain the property of the State, and to be held in trust by said society for the State.

Normal Schools.

For the support of the Normal School and its branches, to be paid according to the provisions of sections ninety-six and ninety-seven, of chapter fortyfive of the Code, as amended by the Acts of the Legislature of one thousand eight hundred and ninety- . nine, thirty thousand dollars.

For additional expense for the support of the Normal School and its branches, twelve thousand dollars.

For traveling expenses of the board of regents, twelve hundred dollars.

For salary of secretary, two hundred dollars.

For the education and normal school training of colored teachers, to be paid according to the provisions of section ninety-six of chapter forty-five of the Code, fifteen hundred dollars.

Marshall College.

For library and apparatus, one thousand dollars.
For furniture, six hundred dollars.

charges1st fiscal year

For furniture for dormitory, four hundred dollars. Appropri

For furniture for commencement hall, two hundred pay general dollars. For contingent expenses, seven hundred dollars.

Continued. For painting building, tinting walls and repairs, five hundred dollars.

For fuel, water and lights, one thousand dollars.
For janitor, six hundred dollars.

For sewer, grading and improving grounds, five hundred and fifty dollars.

For deficiency for opera chairs, four hundred and twenty dollars.

For fire escapes, two hundred dollars.

For physical apparatus for laboratory, one hundred and fifty dollars.

For hose connections and plumbing for fire extinguishers, hand grenades, two hundred and fifty dollars.

For deficiency for fuel for the year nineteen hundred, one hundred and fifty-eight dollars.

For deficiency for plumbing and gas fixtures, seven hundred and seventy-three dollars and sixty cents.

For deficiency for furnishing dormitory, three hundred and seventy-five dollars.

West Liberty Normal School.

For library and apparatus, seven hundred and fifty dollars.

For furniture, three hundred dollars.
For contingent expenses, six hundred dollars.
For fuel and light, four hundred dolars.
For janitor, three hundred and fifty dollars.

For repairs to buildings, two hundred and fifty dollars.

For tower clock, four hundred dollars.
For wall and fence, four hundred dollars.
For electric clock, one hundred dollars.

For painting and papering, two hundred and fifty dollars.

Concord Normal School.

For library and apparatus, one thousand dollars.

For repairs to buildings, two hundred and fifty dollars.

For contingent expenses, six hundred dollars.

Appropri

For fuel and lights, one thousands dollars. ations to pay general For furniture, three hundred dollars. charges 1st fiscal

For janitor, four hundred dollars. year

For cases for physical apparatus, two hundred and fifContinued.

ty dollars.

Shepherd College Normal School.

For repairs to buildings, two hundred and fifty dollars.

For library and apparatus, seren hundred and fifty dollars.

For contingent expenses, five hundred dollars.
For janitor, three hundred and fifty dollars.
For fuel and lights, six hundred dollars.
For gymnasium, two hundred and fifty dollars.

Fairmont Normal School.

For furniture, three hundred and fifty dollars.
For library and apparatus, one thousand dollars.
For repairs to buildings, four hundred dollars.
For contingent expenses, seven hundred dollars.
For closets, one hundred and fifty dollars.
For gymnasium, two hundred and fifty dollars.
For chandeliers, one hundred and fifty dollars.
For janitor, six hundred dollars.

For fuel, water and lights, six hundred and sixty-one dollars and sixty-eight (ents.

Glenville Normal School.

For repairs to buildings, two hundred and fifty dollars.

For furniture, two hundred dollars.
For contingent expenses, five hundred dollars.

For library and apparatus, seven hundred and fifty dollars.

For janitor, four hundred dollars.
For fuel and lights, three hundred dollars.

For water works and lavatory, one thousand dollars.

W'est l'irginia Schools for the Deaf and the Blind.

For current expenses, forty-two thousand, five hundred dollars.

ations to

1st fiscal yearContinued.

For traveling expenses, two thousand five hundred dol- Approprilars.

pay general

chargesFor contingent expenses, six hundred dollars. For fund for colored pupils, two thousand dollars.

For heating apparatus, fire escapes and furniture, three thousand three hundred and eighty-two dollars.

For lavatories, one thousand dollars.

For the purchase of real estate adjacent or conveniently near to the property now used by the State, five thousand dollars.

For reimbursing the West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and Blind, the amount expended by said institution for clothing furnished indigent pupils from the various counties, such amount is hereby appropriated as may be paid into the treasury by the counties on said account,

The University.

For salaries of teachers, thirty thousand dollars.

For current and contingent expenses, four thousand five hundred dollars.

For books for cadets, one thousand dollars.
For regents' expenses fifteen hundred dollars.
For engineering building, fifteen thousand dollars.
For gas fixtures, three hundred dollars.
For law library, seven hundred and fifty dollars.

For cadet uniforms, two thousand five hundred dollars.

For repairs to buildings, one thousand dollars.
For advertising, one thousand dollars.

For stationery and printing for the university three thousand dollars.

For stationery and printing for experiment station, twenty-five hundred dollars.

For books and supplies for library, twenty-five hundred dollars.

For grading drill grounds, four hundred dollars.
For school of music, two thousand dollars.
For gymnasium, five hundred dollars.

For college of engineering and mechanical arts, eight huntired dollars.

For college of agriculture, two thousand dollars.
For art department, sixteen hundred dollars.

For library and museum building, fifteen thousand dollars.

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