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Appropria- For contingent expenses Adjutant General's office, five tions to pay general hundred dollars. charges2nd fiscal For contingent expenses of the State Librarian's office, year
three hundred dollars. Continued.
The foregoing appropriations to be drawn upon the requisition of the officers to whom said funds are respectively appropriated, and who shall render a detailed account, by item, showing what the expenditures are for at each meeting of the Legislature, of the funds SO expended.
Salaries of Clerk's.
For salary of Governor's private secretary and assistont, two thousand two hundred dollars.
For salary of chief clerk of secretary of State, fifteen hundred dollars.
For three other clerks, one thousand dollars cach.
For salary of chief clerk in Treasurer's office, one thousand two hundrer dollars.
For salary of assistant clerk in the Treasurers' office, eleven hundred dollars.
For salary of chief clerk in Auditor's office, one thousand five hundred dollars.
For salary of stenographer for Auditor, six hundred dollars.
For salaries of other clerks in Auditor's office, eight thousand two hundred dollars.
For salary of assistant in Attorney General's office, twelve hundred dollars.
For salary of stenographer of Attorney General's office, six hundred dollars.
For salaries of other clerks in the Attorney General's office, five hundred dollars.
For salary of chief clerk in office of State Superintendent of Free Schools, to be paid out of the general school fund, one thousand two hundred dollars.
For the salaries of other clerks in the office of State Superintendent of Free Schools, to be paid
paid out of the general school fund, two thousand three hundred dollars.
For salary of assistant clerk of the Supreme Court of Appeals, one thousand dollars.
Judicial Department. For contingent expenses of Supreme Court of Appeals, to be expended upon the order of the Court, one thoueand dollars.
tions to pay
For stenographers and typewriters of judges of the Su- Appropriapreme Court of Appeals, two thousand four hundred general dollars.
chargesFor stenographer and typewriter for the clerk of the year
Continued. Supreme Court of Appeals, six hundred dollars.
For printing and binding Supreme Court reports, two thousand dollars.
To pay crier, messenger and janitors of Supreme Court, one thousand two hundred dollars.
To carry into effect the provisions of chapter sixtyone of the acts of one thousand eight hundred and ninety-seven, relating to the militia, thirty-five thousand dolJars, which amount shall cover all expenditures, for the militia for the fiscal year: provided, that this sum shall be disbursed under the direction of the Governor, Adjutant General and Paymaster General, upon requisitions made upon the Auditor.
Capitol Building and Grounds.
For water, nine hundred dollars.
For repairs and contingent expenses, one thousand five hundred dollars.
For the construction of the fire proof building in the city of Charleston, known as the Capitol Annex, now under construction, authorized by the act of the Legislature of the year one thousand eight hundred and ninety-nine, the of thirty thousand dollars, to be paid out of the revenues of the year one thousand nine hundred and two, to be paid only upon requisition of the Board of Public Works. But the total cost of the construction of said building, it is hereby declared, shall not exceed the sum of one hundred and twenty-five thousand dollars, and the Board of Public Works may require the contractors to furnish a satisfactory bond that the total cost of said building shall not exceed said amount.
Governor's Mansion and Grounds.
For additions and improvements to the Governor's mansion and grounds, one thousand two hundred and fifty dollars.
Printing, Binding and Stationery.
Appropriations to pay general charges2nd fiscal yearContinued.
For public printing, five thousand dollars.
For supplying printing paper and stationery, including the office of State Superintendent of Free Schools, three thousand dollars.
For public binding, five hundred dollars.
Cruiser I'est l'irginia.
To pay for the purchase of a coat of arms to be made in bronze with silver mounting, as provided in Joint Resolution No. 17, adopted by the session of the Legislature of the year one thousand nine hundred and one, to be placed upon the battle-ship "West Virginia,” the sum of two thousand five hundred dollars is hereby appropriated out of the revenues of the State for the year one thousand nine hundred and two, and not otherwise appropriated.
For the purpose of erecting a statue of the late Francis H. Pierpont, in Statuary Hall, in the National Capitol building, at Washington, District of Columbia, pursuant to the provisions of an act of the Legislature of the session of one thousand nine hundred and one, the sum of five thousand dollars is hereby appropriated out of the revenues of the State not otherwise appropriated.
Be it further enacted by the Legislature of West Virginia:
How money for public in
3. The appropriations herein made to the State stitutions to Penitentiary, the Normal School and its branches, the
West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and Blind, The West Virginia University, the Preparatory Branch of the University at Montgomery, the Preparatory Branch of the University at Kevser, the Hospital for the Insane at Weston, the Second Hospital for the Insane at Spencer, the West Virginia Reform School, the West Virginia Colored Institute, the Bluefield Colored Institute, the West Virginia Industrial lIome for Girls, the West Virginia Asylum for Incurables, shall be drawn from the treasury upon requisitions of the boards of directors and board of regents of such institutions, made upon the Auditor,
to current ex
tions or re
account to be
at such times and in such amounts as may be necessary for the purposes of such institutions: provided, to provisous that all requisitions for new buildings and substan- ings, etc. tial betterments, shall be accompanied by the architect's estimate that the amounts named in said requisition are needed for immediate use; and provided, -proyiso as further, that large appropriations for current expen- pense approses, or so much thereof
may be necessary, shall be priations. disbursed by the Auditor in equal monthly instalments.
4. The regents and directors of the following insti- Compensatutions, viz:
the Penitentiary, the State Normal gents and diSchools, West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and Blind, the University, the Preparatory Branch of the University at Montgomery, Hospital for the Insane at Weston, Second Hospital for the Insane at Spencer, West Virginia Reform School, West Virginia Colored Institute, Bluefield Colored Institute, West Virginia Home for Girls, West Virginia Asylum for Incurables, shall only be allowed the necessary expenses incurred by them in discharging their duties as such, and four dollars per diem, for each day they may be --itemized employed as such, and an itemized account shall be made made. a part of their report to the Governor; and no mileage shall be allowed or paid. 5. All printing, binding and printing paper and sta- Printing, sta
tionery, etc., tionery for the Adjutant General and for the Militia, for militia, shall be paid for out of the appropriation for the etc. Militia; and all such for the State Superintendent of
department. Free Schools shall be paid for out of the general school fund. No printing, binding or printing paper i for institu
tions, , or stationery for the following named boards, officers etc. how or institutions shall be paid for out of the appropria- paid.
. tion for public printing, public binding, or for supplying printing paper or stationery, but shall be paid out of the appropriations therefor herein made, or out of the expense fund or contingent expense fund thereof, namely:
Board Dental Examiners; Commissioners of Pharmacy; State Board of Examiners; State Board of Health; State Board of Agriculture; State Board of Embalmers; Advisory Board of Pardons; Inspectors of Mines; Bureau of Labor; Miners' Hospitals; West Virginia Humane Society; Penitentiary; Normal Schools; School for the Deaf and Blind; the University, and all its departments and branches; the Hospitals for the Insane; the Reform School; the Col
ored Institutes; the Industrial Home for Girls; and -proviso as to biennial the Asylum for Incurables: provided, that the an
nual or bi-ennial reports required by law to be made to the Governor by such boards, officers and institutions, may be printed and paid for out of the appropriation for public printing, public binding and for supplying printing paper and stationery, but all such reports shall be type-written, or prepared in such a manner that the same shall be plainly legible and suitable for printers' copy; and only so much of any of such reports shall be printed as may be ordered by the Governor and the Superintendent of Public Printing; and no such reports shall be printed by the publie printer, except
requisition therefor, signed by the Governor, and State Superintendent of Public Printing, which requisition shall state the
number to be printed, and how the same are to be -when such bound. Such officers, boards and institutions, reports to be required by law to make reports to
the Governor, delivered
shall place the same in his hands within thirty days after
the close of the period which they are to cover. No money 6. No sum of money shall be paid out of the treaspaid beyond appropria
ury, during the fiscal year ending September thirtions, unless, tieth, one thousand nine hundred and one, and one
thousand nine hundred and two, beyond the amount hereby appropriated, unless the same be provided
for bv the constitution or
some general law; but, in adments may be dition to the
the sums hereby appropriated for each of expiration of said fiscal years, the Auditor may, after the expirafiscal year ending Sep
tion of the fiscal year ending the thirtieth day of September 30, tember, one thousand nine hundred and two, and dur
ing the first six months of the fiscal year beginning
for the fiscal year ending September thirtieth, one thousand nine hundred and two, for charges, salaries of officers, and running expenses, other than items for buildings and betterments, that is to say: for criminal charges; for the support of lunaties in jails; for the pay of teachers of the University and its branches; for the pay of teachers at the Normal School and its branches; for the current expenses of the schools for the Deaf and Blind; for the Militia ; for the current expenses of the hospitals for the insane; for the