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Judges of criminal and inter

Mileage of

Of circuit

courts cannot act, three thousand and five hundred dollars.

To pay salaries of judges of criminal and intermedimediate courts

. ate courts, fourteen thousand one hundred dollars. preme judges. To pay mileage of judges of the supreme court of ap

peals, seven hundred and fifty dollars. judges.

To pay mileage of judges of the circuit courts, three

thousand dollars. Salary of clerk To pay salary of the clerk of the supreme court of appeals, one thousand dollars.

Keeper of the Rolls. To pay salary of keeper of the rolls, three hundred dollars.

of supreine court.

Keeper of the rolls.

Appropriations for 1896.

Be it further enacted by the Legislature of West Vir

ginia:

2. That there shall be and are hereby appropriated for the fiscal year ending September thirtieth, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-six, the following sums for salaries of oflicers of the government:

Excecutire Department.

Salary of governor.

Auditor.

Treasurer.

Secretary of state.

Attorney general.

To pay salary of the governor, twenty-seven hundred dollars.

To pay salary of the auditor, two thousand dollars.

To pay salary of the treasurer, fourteen hundred dollars.

To pay salary of secretary of state, one thousand dollars.

To pay salary of the attorney general, thirteen hundred dollars.

To pay salary of state superintendent of free schools, to be paid out of the general school fund, fifteen hundred dollars.

To pay salary of adjutant general and ex officio superintendent of weights and measures, twelve hundred dollars. To pay salary of state librarian, one thousand dollars.

pay salary of janitor, one thousand dollars.

State superintendent of schools.

Adjutant general.

State librarian.

Janitor.

To

Judicial Department.

To pay salaries of judges of the supreme court of apSupreme judges. peals, eight thousand eight hundred dollars. Circuit judges.

To pay salaries of judges of the circuit courts, twenty-five thousand two hundred dollars.

mediate courts.

To pay compensation allowed by law to persons who

Special judges. hold the circuit courts when the judges of the circuit courts cannot act, three thousand five hundred dollars.

To pay salaries of judges of criminal and interme- Judges of crimdiate courts, twelve thousand six hundred dollars.

To pay mileage of judges of the supreme court of appeals, seven hundred and fifty dollars.

To pay mileage of judges of the circuit courts, three Circuit judges. thousand dollars.

To pay the salary of the clerk of the supreme court Salary of Clerk of appeals, one thousand dollars.

Keeper of the Rolls.

Mileage supreme judges.

court.

To pay salary of keeper of the rolls, three hundred Keeper of the dollars.

rolls.

No money to

under for 1895 and 1896 be

3. The auditor is hereby authorized and directed, How paid. when properly demanded, to issue his warrant on the treasury in the same manner he would be required to if each item of expenditure were directed to be paid to a creditor by name; and no money shall be drawn from the treasury for the purposes herein named, during the be drawn herefiscal year ending September thirtieth, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-five, and one thousand eight yond amount

, hundred and ninty-six, respectively, beyond the amount except when. hereby appropriated, unless the same is authorized by the constitution or some general law. But the auditor Auditor may may draw his warrants on the treasury in favor of the salaries in adseveral officers, whose salaries and compensation are prints of approprovided for by this act, for services actually rendered by them during the first six months of the fiscal year beginning on the first day of October, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-six, for an amount not to exceed in the aggregate one-half of the sum appropriated for the salary or compensation of such officers, respectively, for the year ending September thirtieth, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-six.

yance

(Approved February 22, 1895.)

[NOTE BY THE CLERK OF THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES. The foregoing act takes effect from its passage, twothirds of the members elected to each house, by a vote taken by yeas and nays, having so directed.]

(Senate Bill No. 145.)

CHAPTER 84.

AN ACT making appropriations of public money to

pay general charges upon the treasury.

[Passed February 22, 1895.)

General appropriations for

year 1895.

For the penitentiary.

Be it enacted by the Legislature of West Virginia :

1. There shall be and are hereby appropriated out of the state fund for the fiscal year ending September thirtieth, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-tive, the following sums for the purpose as follows:

Penitentiary.
For salary of the warden, fifteen hundred dollars.

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

For salary of the physician, six hundred dollars.

For salary of the chaplain, one hundred and fifty dollars.

For deficiency in ordinary expenses, fourteen thousand dollars.

For night soil pump and connection with pipe to the
Ohio river, three hundred dollars.
For new shoproom, fifteen hundred dollars.

The foregoing appropriations for the penitentiary are to be drawn from the treasury upon the requisition of

the board of directors, addressed to the auditor, as the expeissessi di same may be required : Provided, That only the neces

sary expenses incurred by said directors in discharging their duties as such, shall be allowed; an itemized account of which shall be filed among the records of the penitentiary, which itemized account shall be made a part of their report to the governor; and no mileage shall be allowed or paid to them.

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rectors.

Criminal Charges.

For criminal charges.

For criminal charges, eighty-five thousand dollars.

Lunatics in Jail.

For lunatics in jail.

For support of lunatics in jail, one thousand tive hundred dollars.

Historical Society. For the West Virginia Historical and Antiquarian For historical Society, twelve hundred dollars, for the purpose of col- society. lecting, purchasing and preserving relics, books, etc., pertaining to the history of West Virginia; the articles the property of which may be collected by said fund to be and remain state. the property of the state, and to be held in trust by said society for the state.

Articles be

Normal Schools.

For the support of the normal school and its branches, For the normal to be paid according to the provisions of sections ninety-erul support. six and ninety-seven of chapter forty-five of the code How paid. of West Virginia, nineteen thousand two hundred dollars is hereby appropriated, payable on the order of the regents of such school.

For traveling expenses of the regents for the year Expenses of one thousand eight hundred and ninety-five, six hundred regents. dollars; and for deficiency on the same fund for the year one thousand eight hundred and ninety-four, three hundred and sixty-three dollars and forty cents: Provided, That only the necessary expenses incurred Proviso as to by said regents in discharging their duties as such, and gents. four dollars per day for each day they may be employed as such, shall be allowed; an itemized account of which shall be filed among the records of the normal schools, which itemized account shall be made a part of their report to the governor; and no mileage shall be allowed or paid to them.

expenses of re

Marshall College.

For library and apparatus, two hundred and fifty dol- For Marshall lars.

college. For contingent expenses, six hundred dollars. For ordinary repairs, etc., five hundred dollars.

For new building, including heating and plumbing of same, twelve thousand and five hundred dollars.

West Liberty Normal School.

erty school.

For new commencement hall, or remodeling old build- For West Libing, three thousand dollars.

For furniture, two hundred dollars.
For library and apparatus, two hundred dollars.
For contingent fund, two hundred dollars.

Fairmont Normal School,

For Fairmont normal school.

For completing building according to original plans and specifications, six thousand dollars.

For paving and grading, one thousand dollars.
For furniture, two hundred and fifty dollars.
For black-board, one hundred and fifty dollars.
For library, fifty dollars.
For apparatus, one hundred dollars.
For repairs to building, one hundred dollars.

For papering and painting walls, five hundred dollars.

For piano, three hundred and fifty dollars.
For contingent expenses, five hundred dollars.

Concord Normal School.
For library, one hundred dollars.
For improvements and repairs, one thousand dollars.
For contingent expenses, two hundred dollars.
For furnishing heat, two hundred dollars.

For Concord school.

For Glenville school.

Glenville Normal School.
For grading grounds, making fence and laying pave-
ment, two hundred and fifty dollars.

For library and apparatus, two hundred dollars.
For digging well, one hundred dollars.
For furniture, six hundred dollars.
For incidental expenses, two hundred dollars.

Special appro

normal

Shepherd College Normal School. For Shepherd

For repairs and contingent expenses, five hundred college school. dollars.

For library and apparatus, one hundred and fifty dollars.

For new building, seven thousand five hundred dollars.

The foregoing appropriations for the state normal priations for

school and its branches, other than that included in the schools; how sum of nineteen thousand and two hundred dollars pro

vided for their support, shall be drawn from the treasury upon the orders of the board of regents addressed to the auditor and expended under their direction: Provided, That no contract for the erection of any

building herein appropriated for shall be made prior to buildings.

the first day of June, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-five; and, Provided further, that no contract shall be made for any new building herein appropriated for in excess of the sum so appropriated.

drawn.

Proviso as to contracts for erection of

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