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current expenses and pay of teachers of the Reform School; for the contingent expenses of the several executive officers; for the contingent expenses of the judges and clerks of the Supreme Court and of the librarian and Adjutant General's offices; for the current expenses and pay of teachers of the West Virginia Colored Institute; for the current expenses and pay of instructors of the West Virginia Industrial Home for Girls; for the current expenses and pay of teachers of the Bluefield Colored Institute; for the current expenses for the West Virginia Asylum for Incurables; for the liners' Hospitals; for the salaries

; and current expenses of mine Inspectors; for the salary and expenses of the Commissioner of Banking; for the Bureau of Labor; for the State Board of Agriculture; for the State Board of Health; for the Commissioners of Pharmacy; for the office of librarian; for the office of Adjutant General; for clerks in the executive offices; for printing and binding Supreme Court reports; for refunding over paid taxes and erroneous assessments; for public printing, binding and stationery; for refunding to counties

and districts, taxes for county and district purposes, upon lands deemed at the Auditor's office; and also taxes sessed against railroads, for county and district purposes; and there are hereby appropriated out of the fiscal year ending the thirtieth day of September, one thou-,

-appropriasand nine hundred and three, sums sufficient to make the tions for such payments authorized by this section.

7. The Auditor is hereby authorized to make the Arrears for necessary entries

upon the books of his office, dispos-what entries ing of the arrears for taxes, licenses and fines, due authorized. from sheriffs, for the year

thousand eight hundred and sixty-one, to and including the year one thousand nine hundred, and to allow such compensation as he may think reasonable to the State agents for-compensathe collection thereof; such compensation to be paid out footingr col

lecting. of the money so collected, upon the approval of the Attorney General

8. The superintendents of the several public insti- Accounts to tutions of the State shall furnish to the board of di

be furnished rectors or regents of the respective institutions, item-gents and diized accounts of all moneys paid out on account of whom. appropriations for contingent expenses and repairs, and when audited and allowed, the directors or regents, respectively, shall include such itemized counts in their reports as are directed by law to be cluded in re

payments.

, etc.

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boards of re

rectors; by

ac--to be in

to accompany warrant

made.

What fact boards must

-statement, inade. Every warrant or requisition upon the Audion tor, for any

part of the

moneys

herein or hereby Auditor.

appropriated for the Penitentiary, the University, the Hospitals for the Insane, the Schools for the Deaf and Blind, and the Reform School, shall be accompanied by a statement of the Treasurer or other financial officer of such institution, showing how much

money is in their hands to the credit of such institu-contingent tion on the day such draft or requisition is forwardfunds: what ed for payment; and the disbursing officers of the

various contingent funds are hereby required to furnish to the succeeding Legislature an itemized account of the distribution of said funds.

9. All boards of regents, boards of directors, or certify to Au- other boards officers, authorized by this act to iswhen.

sue orders or requisitions upon the Auditor for payment of money out of the State Treasury, shall, before any such money is paid out of the State Treasury, certify to the Auditor that the money for which such order or requisition is made is needed for present use, for the purpose for which it was appropriated; and the

Auditor shall not issue his warrant to pay any money to pay, unless, out of the State Treasury, unless the same is needed

for present use for such purposes.

10. L'pon the adjournment of the Legislature, the Clerk of the House and Clerk of the Senate shall

jointly make up and furnish the Auditor without delay, Auditor;

à certified copy of this and of all other acts carrying apwhen.

propriations.

or

ditor, and

-auditor not

Clerks of
House and
Senate to
certify to

what and

(Senate Bill No. 183.)

CHAPTER 2.

AX ACT making appropriations of publie money to

pay members of the Legislature and for salaries of the officers of the government, in

pursuance of the forty-second section of the sixth article of the Constitution.

[Passed Feb. 19, 1901.

In effect from passage.

1901.)

Approved Feb. 21,

Be it enacted by the Legislature of West Virginia: Appropriations for fis- 1. There shall be and are hereby appropriated for cal year ending

thouthe fiscal year, ending September thirtieth, one

sand nine hundred and one, the following sums of September 30 money for the pay of the members and officers of the Legislature, and for the salaries of the officers of the government.

Legislative Department-Senate.

and mileage of senators.

compensa

to tion

assistant clerks and

senate.

To pay mileage of twenty-six members of the Senate, per diem one thousand one hundred and twenty-eight dollars and eighty cents.

To pay per diem compensation, for twenty-six members of the Senate, four thousand seven hundred and seventy dollars.

To pay per diem compensation of the officers, assistant copere diem clerks, committee clerks, pages, et

cetera, that is

of officers, sav:

To the Clerk of the Senate, five hundred and fifty Others eindollars.

ployes of To twelve assistant clerks, three thousand two hundred and forty dollars.

To eleven committee Clerks, one thousand nine hundred and eighty dollars.

To thirteen pages, one thousand one hundred and seve enty dollars.

To the Sergeant-at-Arms, two hundred and twenty-five dollars.

To the Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms, two hundred and twenty-five dollars.

To two door-keepers, three hundred and sixty dollars.

To the assistant door-keeper, one hundred and eighty dollars.

To two cloak room keepers, one hundred and eighty dollars.

To the librarian of the Senate, one hundred and eighty dollars.

To the assistant librarian of the Senate, one hundred and eighty dollars.

To two stenographers for the Senate, five hundred and torty dollars.

To the private secretary of the President of the Senate, one hundred and eighty dollars.

To W. B. Parkhurst, for swearing in members and swearing officers of the Senate, eight dollars and fifty cents.

in
of senate.

House of Delegates.

To pay mileage of seventy-one

of seventy-one members of

the -per diem

delegates.

- per diem compensa

and mileage House of Delegates, two thousand seven hundred and

thirty-four dollars and forty cents.

To pay the per diem compensation of seventy-one members of the House of Delegates, twelve thousand eight hundred and seventy dollars.

To pay per diem compensation of the officers, assisttion of offi- ant clerks, committee clerks, pages, et cetera, that is to cers of the house, assist, say: ant clerks To the Clerk of the House of Delegates, five hundred and other employes. and fifty dollars.

To pay fourteen assistant clerks, three thousand seven hundred and eighty dollars.

To pay thirteen committee clerks, two thousand three hundred and forty dollars.

To pay thirteen pages, one thousand one hundred and seventy dollars.

To pay the Sergeant-at-Arms, two hundred and twentyfive dollars.

To pay the Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms, two hundred and twenty-five dollars.

To pay the door-keeper, one hundred and eighty dollars.

To pay three assistant door-keepers, five hundred and fortv dollars.

To pay enrolling clerk, one hundred and eighty dollars.

To pay the private secretary of the Speaker of the House of Delegates, two hundred and seventy dollars.

To pay the stenographer for the Speaker of the House of Delegates, two hundred and seventy dollars.

To pay the Librarian of the House of Delegates, on hundred and eighty dollars.

two cloak room keepers, one hundred and eighty dollars. -swearing

To pay H. M. Scott, for swearing in members and in members

officers of the House of Delegates, thirty-seven dollars.

To pay

of the house.

Executive Department.

-salaries of

To pay salary of the Governor, two thousand seven hungovernor and other state dred dollars. officers

To pay salary of the Auditor, two thousand dollars.

To pay salary of the Treasurer, one thousand four hundred dollars.

To pay salary of the Attorney General, one thousand three hundred dollars.

To pay salary of the State Superintendent of Free Schools, to be paid out of the general school fund, one thousand five hundred dollars.

To pay salary of the Secretary of State, one thousand dollars.

To pay salary of the Adjutant General, and ex-officio Superintendent of Weights and Measures, one thousand two hundred dollars.

To pay salary of the State Librarian, one thousand dol- of librarlars. To pay salary of Janitor, one thousand dollars.

-of janitor.

ian.

Judicial Department.

supreme

.

-same sub

To pay salaries of the Judges of the Supreme Court of salaries of

judges of the Appeals, eight thousand eight hundred dollars.

To pay salaries of Judges of the Circuit Courts, twenty-Cort circuit five thousand two hundred dollars.

judges. To pay salaries of Judges of criminal and intermediate-of criminal

etc., judges. courts, twelve thousand nine hundred dollars.

To pay compensation allowed by law to persons ---special who hold circuit courts when the judges of the cir- judges. cuit courts cannot act, two thousand five hundred dollars. To pay compensation allowed by law to persons who hold

ject. criminal and intermediate courts when the judges of the same cannot act, five hundred dollars.

To pay mileage of judges of Supreme Court of Appeals,-mileage. two thousand dollars.

To pay mileage of judges of circuit courts, three ---mileage. thousand five hundred dollars: provided, that

-proviso. mileage shall be paid for special terms in any one county for more than one of such terms during any month.

-salary, To pay salary of clerk of the Supreme Court of Ap-clerk supeals, one thousand two hundred dollars.

no

preme
court.

Keeper of the Rolls.

of keeper To pay the salary of the keeper of the rolls, three hun-of rolis. dred dollars.

Be it enacted by the Legislature of West Virginia:

2. That there shall be and are hereby appropriated, for appropriathe fiscal year ending September thirtieth, one thousand cal year endnine hundred and two, the following sums for salaries of ing Septem

. officers of the government:

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