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INDEX TO ACTS.

8, 9

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS.

1889, chap. 4, secs. 2, 3, 5, 8, 9, 11, 13, 17,

20, 27, 29, 31, 32, 35 and 42, charter of Sec. 11 of chap. 73 of code amended

city of Moundsville,

177 to 181 Certain defective acknowledgn ents of deeds, etc,

1891, chap. 48, sec. 2, charter of town of
cured

22
23
New Cumberland,

184, 186
1882, chap. 45. I charter of city of
ACTION OF ACCOUNT.

1885, chap. 8,

187 to 200

Benwood,
Limitation of

1891, chap. 12,
Acts of Virginia of 1856, and of West Vir-

ginia of 1866, 1871, and 1887, relating to
ACTIONS,

the charter of the town of Grafton, 201 to 203 Limitation of certain personal actions 1887, chap. 14, secs. 10, 12, 25, 26, 30 and (see "Limitation of Suits'') 8, 9 31, incorporating city of Wellsburg, 204

to 208 ACTS.

1891, chap. 48, sec. 3, concerning charter
of town of New Cumberland,

211 Valid between the parties, but void as to creditors and purchasers

1890, chap. 8, sec. 7, terms of criminal
12
court of Kanawha county,

216
1881, cbap. 50, sec. 9, relating to Potomac
a Piedmont Coal & Railroud 10.,

229 ACTS OF LEGISLATURE.

1891, chap. 45, relating to Potomac & Resolution providing for printing of Sen

Piedmont Coal & Railroad Co.,

229 ate bill No. 48

267

ACTS OF THE LEGISLATURE REACTS OF THE LEGISLATURE

PEALED.
AMENDED.

1871, chap. 75, concerning free schools 1893, chap. 3, sec. 3, authorizing married

for town of Volcano,

97 woman to convey real estate by attor

1869, chap. 37, secs. 1, 2, 3 and 4, creating ney in fact,

21

the independent school district of 1882, chap. 119, sec. ?, concerning com

Brandonville,

106 pensation for securing drift timber,

41, 42 1891, chap. 91, incorporating “Elk City," 139 1891, chap. 101, concerning state board of agriculture,

1866, chap. 98, granting charter to town of
55 to 58
Sistersville,

157 1871, chap. 71, secs. 4, 5 and 9, concerning school for the deaf and the blind,

1893, chap. 35, establishing a criminal 73 to 75 court for Wayne county,

215 1881, chap. 53, secs. 1 and 2, concerning in

1877, chap. 28, “to increase supply of food dependent school district of the city of

fishes in the rivers and waters of this Charleston,

state,"

55 1882, chap. 170, secs. 2, 3 and 12, concern

ing school district of Parkersburg, 106 to 108 1887, chap. 80, creating independent

ADJUTANT-GENERAL. school district of Moundsville, amend- Appropriations to pay salary of,

233, 234 ed,

108 to 115 Appropriations for contingent expenses 1868, chap. 77, as subsequently amended,

of,

23, 257, 260 creating independent school district of Authorized to loan guns to normal school Weston, 116 to 121 cadets,

265 1889, chapter 1, sec. 2, relating to elections

for school commissioners of the city of Huntington,

*121, 122

AGENTS, STATE. 1891, chap. 74, sec. 2, relating to elections Appropriations to pay, and for expenses for school commissioners of the city of

of civil suits,

216, 259 Huntington,

121, 122 Auditor may allow compensation to, sec. Acts of 1868 and 1881, concerning school

261 district of Wellsburg,

122 to 125 Act incorporating city of Charleston, 126 to 139 Act incorporating town of Sistersville,

AGENTS, VACCINE.
139
'to 157 Appropriations for,

243, 257 1891, chap. 56, incorporating city of Hunt

104, 105

157 to 176

ington,

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242, 256

243, 256 243, 256 243, 257 243, 257

57

232 AGRICULTURE, STATE BOARD

Mileage and wages of delegates.
OF.

Wages of officers, clerks, etc., of house of
Act creating and establishing, amended 55

di legates,
to 58 | Mileage and wages of I. C. Prince,

232 Commissioners of, how many, sec. 1

55 Swearing in delegates, Appointed by governor, sec. 1

55 Salaries of officers of the state governQualifications of commissioners, sec. 1, 55, 56

ernment,

233, 231 Term of office, exception to those now in Salaries of supreme judges,

233, 234 office, sec. 1

56
Salaries of circuit judges,

233, 234 Vacancies, how filled, sec. 1

56

Compensation of special judges, 233, 234, 235 Meetings of board, sec 2

56 Salary of judge of criminal and intermeTime of meetings not to exceed what,

mediate courts,

234, 235 sec. 2

56

Mileage of supreme and circuit judges, 234, 235 President to be elected, when; term of of

Salary of keeper of the rolls,

234, 235 tice, sec 2

56 No money to be drawn beyond approSecretary to be elected, when, sec. ?

56 Not to be member of board, sec. 2

priations, except, when, 56

But auditor may pay certain salaries in
Term of his office, sec. 2,

56
advance of appropriation; how much,

233 Successors to president and secretary, to be elected by board, sec. 2

56

To Pay General Charges. Vacancies in those offices, how filled, For the penitentiary,

236, 250 section 2,

56
For criminal charges,

236, 351 Compensation of commissioners, sec. 3 56 For lunatics in jail,

236, 251 Salary of secretary, to be fixed by board: For historical society

237, 351 not to exceed what, sec. 3

56

For state normal school and branches, Duty of secretary as to publication of

237, 238, 251, 252, 253 "Farm Reporter," sec. 3

56 For West Va. school for deaf and blind, To keep account of his expenses, sec. 4

56

239.253 Sworn statement thereof to be made, see. For the university,

239, 253 4,

56

For hospital for insane at Weston, 239, 210, 251 Duties and powers of board, sec. 5, 56, 57

For second hospital for insane,

240, 241, 254 To advance agricultural interests of the For West Va. reform school,

241, 215 state, sec. 5,

56, 57 For West Va. colored institute, Is to farmers institutes, etc., sec 5,

241, 242, 355. 56, 57

256 Publication by board: what to contain,

For bureau of labor.

242, 256 etc., sec. 5,

57 For state board of agriculture, Duty of certain officers to assist and co

For inspectors of mines,

243, 256 operate with board, sec. 5,

57 For bank examiner, Secretary to attend meetings of board, and For state board of health, keep record thereof, etc., sec. 6,

57 For commissioners of pharmacy, To issue a publication, sec. 6,

For vaccine agents.
To make report to legislature, and have For governor's civil contingent fund; not
same printed, sec. 6,

57, 58
to be expended for clerk hire,

243, 257 What to contain, sec. 6,

57, 58

For contingent expenses of state officers Other duties of secretary, sec. 6,

58

offices, Board to make report to governor, sec. 7, 58 For state library, for book cases and furPrinting for, how paid for, etc., 'sec. 7, 58 niture,

244 Secretary's office, where; how maintain

For contingent legislative expenses,

241 ed. sec. 8,

58 For salaries of clerks in state officers ofAnnual appropriation for board, how

fices,

244, 257, 258 paid, sec. 9,

58 For contingent expenses supreme court Appropriations for,

212, 256
of appeals,

244, 258 Names and addresses of commissioners For printing and binding supreme court and officers of,

280

reports,
For the militia,

245, 258 66 “AMERICAN CITIZEN, THE.

For capitol building and grounds; provi-
sions as to contract for coal,

245, 258 Adopted as a school book, provided, etc., 63 For refunding overpaid taxes,

215, 259 For refunding taxes erroneously assess

ed, ALLEN, HENRY.

21), 246, 259

For refunding county, district and muAppropriation to pay,

246

nicipal taxes,

For public printing and binding,
ALLEYS.

For civil suits and state agents,
Powers of town councils as to paving of, 28, 29

For extra compensation of janitor and his

assistants,

For purchase of lot adjoining governor's
APPEALS.
mansion,

247, 260 From refusal of county courts to grant

For state libraries, for purchase and bindrelief from erroneous assessments, 26, 27

ing of books,

217, 260 For insurance on public buildings, APPROPRIATIONS.

To pay interest on loans from school

fund, Annual, for state board of agriculture, 58 To pay Truslow Furniture Co.,

247 for school at Montgomery, 71 To pay J. L. Jones,

247, 250 por Bluefield colored institute, 75 To pay ... C. Dulaney Co.,

247 1'stinatient annual, for support of the To pay Rand & Goshorn,

247 Dorion schools, 90 To pay C. J. Rudesill & Son,

247 in", for training of colored teachers, 90 To pav McManamy & Cannon,

247 To pay P. M. Long,

248 Legislative Appropriation Bill. To pay Benjamin White,

248 pay milango and wages of senators, 232 To pay Dawley Furniture Co..

248 Nos of officers, clerks, etc., of senate, 232 To pay Lovell & Killinger,

248 wearing in senators,

232

To pay Sterrett Bros.,

243, 257

241, 258

246, 259 246, 259 246, 259

246, 247

247, 260

247

248, 250

Co.,

261

APPROPRIATIONS- CONT.

ASSIGNMENT. To pay Scott Bros.

248 Of costs, fees and expenses payable out To pay $. Spencer Moore & Co.,

218 of state treasury, how to be made, 26 To pay Elk Foundry,

248 To pay M. V. Callaway,

248

ASSIGNMENTS. To pay Richard Welch,

248 To pay B. F. Ramage,

218

Voluntary assignments void as to credi

249 To pay Goshorn & Co.,

12

tors, when; act amended, To pay Dr S. F. Roberts,

219

Made by an insolvent debtor, giving priTo pay Dr. J.O McQueen,

249

ority to a creditor or creditors, void as

249 To pay Flournoy & Price,

12 to such priority, How such assignments held,

12 To pay costs and expenses of suit of Maryland vs. West Virginia,

249

How property and assets so assigned to be

219 To pay Prof. A. R. Whitebill,

applied,

12 To pay Telephone exchange,

249

Provision as to any prior lien, etc., acTo pay Chesapeake & Ohio R. R. Co.,

249

gaired by creditor on real estate of such To pay Meader Manufacturing Co.,

debtor, 249

13 To pay Butler Printing Co..

219

Provision as to assignment of bonds, To pay Fenton Metallic Manufacturing

notes, etc., in payment, etc., of bona 249

fide debts, or to secure endorser or

250 To pay M. Levi,

surety,

13 To pay Henry A. Smith,

250

When suit must be brought to set aside
To pay Isaac Griffith,

250
transfer or charge,

12, 13 250 To pay Ed. L. Boggs,

13

Who may unite in such suit, l'o pay W. He an Smith,

200 No money to be paid beyond appropria

ASSISTANT CLERKS. tion, unless, etc., sec 3, 260 Approvriations to pay,

232, 233 What payments auditor may make after

Names of,

273, 271 expiration of fiscal year of 1896, sec. 3, 260, 261 Appropriations for such payments, sec. 3, 261 Auditor may make necessary entries on

ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER OF LAhis books concerning arrears for taxes,

BOR. etc., sec. 4,

261 May allow reasonable compensation for

Appropriations to pay salary of, 212, 256 collecting the same, sec 4, Superintendents of public institutions to furnish directors or regents certain

ASSOCIATIONS. accounts, sec 5,

261

Others than joint stock companies, how Such accounts to be included in reports,

incorporated; how charters amended, 44, 45 sec. 5,

261 What statement to accompany warrant on auditor, sec. 5,

ASYLUMS FOR INSANE.

261 Disbursing officers of contingent funds

See “Hospitals for the Insane." required to furnish itemized account of disbursements to legislature, sec. 5.

261 What statement to be made by directors,

ATTORNEY-GENERAL. etc., issuing requisitions on the auditor,

Duty of, under the act concerning school sec. 6,

70 books, sec. 16.

261, 262 Auditor not to issue warrant unless, etc.,

Appropriations to pay salary of,

233, 231 sec. 6,

262 Appropriations for contingent expenses
of,

243, 257, 260

Appropriations to pay salary of assistant,
ASSESSMENT OF TAXES.

214, 238, Sec. 94 of chap. 29 of code amended,

26 to 28 Resolution concerning insti'ution of legal Relief against erroneous, how applied

proceedings by, against certain corpofor.

268 rations,

26, 27 Within what time application to

be made,

26, 27

ATTORNEY IN FACT. Notice to be given,

27 For what relief may be granted,

27

To convey real estate by “Married Wo-
man,

21

see title quoted and page Duty of prosecuting attorney,

27 Duty of county court,

27 Appeal from decision of county court, 27

AUDITOR. Proceedings in circuit court on appeal, 27, 28 Duty of, as to lost records,

30 Duty of clerk of county court, What taxes not to be refunded,

28 Duty of, when taxes are paid on delin-
28
quent real estate at his office,

35 to 37 Duty of, concerning accounts for clothASSESSMENTS.

ing for pupils in school for the deaf and
the blind,

74 For making sidewalks and paving streets, When to issue warrants for account of etc., in cities, towns and villages, 28, 29 non-paying pupils at normal schools,

sec. 96,

90 Authorized to pay mileage and compenASSESSMENTS, ERRONEOUS. sation of members and compensation of Appropriations for refunding, 215, 259, 261 officers and attaches of legislature in

advance of appropriation therefor, 263

Appropriations to pay salary of, 233, 231 ASSESSORS. To list voters, section 91,

How to pay appropriations for certain 11 salaries, etc., sec. 3,

235 Sec. 89 of chap. 29 of code, concerning To pay no money beyond appropriations; compensation of, amended,

45, 46 exceptions as to certain salaries, sec. 3, 235 How removed from office, Names and addresses of,

91, 92 Appropriations for contingent expenses 297, 298 of,

243, 257, 260

192

sec. 9.

193, 194

193

194

AUDITOR-CONT.

Oath of office; to be filed, section 8,
Bonds of officers, section 8,

192 Appropriations to pay salaries of clerks

Compensation of certain officers to be of,

244, 257, 260
fixed by council, section 8,

192 What raymenis he may make after fiscal

First meeting of council; other meetyear of 1896,

260
ings, section 9,

192 Concerning collection of arrearages of Rules and regulations of council, sec 9,

192 taxes and compensation of state

Who to preside over council, sec. 9,

193 agents,

261

Members not to vote when interested, Resolution directing him to make certain

195 payments to janitor's assistants,

267
Books to be kept, sec. 9,

193 Who may inspect, sec. 9,

193 AWARDS. Proceedings to be read and signed, sec. 9,

193 Limitation of action on,

8
Ayes and noes, sec. 9,

193 Mayor to have casting vote only, sec 9,

193 Council; its powers and duties as to: BANK EXAMINER, STATE.

sections 10, 11, Appropriations to pay salary of 243, 256 Streets, sidewalks, etc., section 10,

193 Markets, section 10,

193 Things dangerous, offensive, etc., sec. 10, 193 BARBOUR COUNTY.

Animals running at large, section 10, 193 Act for the relief of the sureties of J. A.

Places of divine worship, section 10, 193 Williamson, late sheriff ef 230 Nuisances, section 10,

193 Gunpowder and the like, section 10,

193 Burial places, section 10,

193 BENWOOD, CITY OF Building of houses, section 10,

193 Chap. 45 of acts of 1882, chap. 8 of acts Division fences, section 10 of 1885, and chap. 12 of acts of 1891, con

Drainage of lots, section 10,

193 cerning charter of city of Benwood, Fire regulations, section 10,

193, 194 amended, 187 to 200 Intoxicating liquors, section 10,

194 "The City of Benwood" incorporated, In general, section 10,

194 section i, 187 | Police force, section 10,

194 Corporate name and powers, section 1, 187 Regulations concerning appointive offiCorporate limits, additional territory and

194

cers, section 10, boundaries of, sec. 2,

188 to 190 Gas, water and electric lightworks, Municipal authorities, section 3, 190 section 10,

194 Corporate powers to be exercised by coun

Pollution of water, etc., section 10,

191 cil, section 3,

190 Weighing of hay, coal, etc., section 10, 191 Mayor and councilmen now in office to

City revenue, section 10,

191 remain until, etc., section 3,

190
Annual assessment, section 10,

191 Division into wards, section 3,

190 Tax on public vehicles, section 10. Number of councilmen, section 3,

190 | Adoption of ordinances, etc., section 11, 194 Council may increase number of wards; Fines, penalties and equality of population of, section 3,

imprisonment, 19C section 11,

191 Councilmen, when number increased, sec. How recovered and enforced, section 11,

191 3. 190 Licenses, section 12,

191 Officers to be elected, section 3,

190 For sale of intoxicating liquors; how to Who may vote for, section 3,

190

be granted, section 12, Term of office, section 3,

190 Bond of licensee for sale of intoxicants, Who eligible to office of councilmen, sec

section 12, tion 3,

190 Council may revoke such license; when, Removal of councilmen from his ward

how, s ction 12, vacates his office, section 3,

190 | Suits on such bonds, section 12, Eligibility to office, section 3,

190 Paving, sidewalks, etc., section 13, Wards to have equal representation in Owner failing to pave, etc., duty of councouncil, section 3, 190 cil, section 13,

196 Vacancies; how filled, section 3,

190 Expense thereof a lien on property; how Change in the number of councilmen,

enforced, section 13, etc.: when may be made, section 3, 190 Annual estimate of expenses; levy for, Contested elections, sec 3,

191 section 11, First election under this act: who to be

No debt to be incurred, section 14, elected thereat, section 4.

191 Levy; to be on what, section 14, Regular elections; where and how held, Maximum tax, section 14, section 4,

191 Council a board of canvassers; to declare

Issessor: powers and duties of, sec. 14,

How assessments to be made, section 14, result sec. 4,

191 Assessment not to exceed valuation for Tie vote, section 4,

191 Other officers; to be elected; term of, sec

county purposes, section 14,

To list dogs, section 14, tion 5,

191 Lien on property for tases, etc., sec. 14, Such officers now in office to remain un

How lien enforced, sec. 14, til, when, section 5,

191 Priority of lien, section 14. Officers to be appointed, section 5,

191 Council not to interfere with rights of cerTerm of office thereof, section 5,

191 tain corporations, section 14, Recorder, treasurer and assessor, duties Nor with location of certain railroads of; may be discharged by one person,

through the streets, section 14, section 5, Powers of council over officers, sec. 6, 191, 192

191 May require B. & 0. Railroad Co to pro

vide safety gates, watchmen, or signal Bonds of officers, section 6,

192 bells; how, section 14, Removal of: terms of office of certain

Where to be used, section 14, officers, section 6,

192 Proviso as to signal bells, section 14, Term of office to continue, how long, un

Condemnation proceedings, section 14, less, etc, section 6,

192 Not to condemn railroad or manufacturTerms of office of elective officers here

197

ing corporation's property, section 14, after elected, section 7,

192

191, 195

195

195 145 195

195

195

191, 196

196 190 190

196 196 196 196 196

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196 196, 197

197 197

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BENWOOD, CITY OF-CONT.

Proviso as to expenses of regents of,

239, 253 Such corporations exempted from paving, etc., or expense thereof, section 14,

197 BLUE FIELD COLORED INSTITUTE. Residents exempted from road taxes, Act establishing a high grade school at section 14,

197 Bluefield, for the colored youth of the Mayor; powers and duties of, sec. 15, 197, 198 state,

75 to 77 Imprisoument limited, section 15, 197 | Name and powers of, section 1,

75 Council may require fines, etc., to be paid Appropriations for, section 2,

75 by work on streets, section 15,

197

Board of regents; of whom to consist, Compensation of mayor, section 15, 198 section 2,

75 City prisoners; expense of incarceration State superintendent a member; governor of, section 15. 198 to aj point rest, section 2,

75 Recorder; duties and powers of, sec. 16, 198 Residence and politics of regents, sec. 2, 75, 76 Sergeant and treasurer to execute bonds, Vame. powers and term of office of board, section 17. 198 section 2.

76 Condition of sergeant's bond, section 17, 198 What laws to control board of regents, Condition of treasurer's bond, section 17, 199 section 3,

76 Payments by sergeant, section 17, 198 Board to provide building, section 4,

76 How city money to be disbursed, sec. 17,

194 When to be completed and school opened, Sergeant and treasurer now in office to

section 4,

76 give new bonds, section 17,

198 To furnish books, furniture, etc, sec. 4, 76 Sergeant: duties, powers and liabilities Property to vest in board, section 5,

76 of, section 18, 198, 199 | How to be used and controlled, sec. 5,

76 To be credited with uncollectible taxes, Branches to be taught in the school, secetc., section 18,

199
tion 6,

76 His compensation, section 18,

199 Who to be taught free of tuition, sec. 6, 76 Distraint and sale for taxes, section 18, 199 Board to employ and fix salaries of Powers as to arrests, collection of claims,

teachers and otlicers, section 7,

76 and process, section 18, 199 How to be paid, section 7,

76 Sergeant's compensation therefor, ser- What students to pay tuition, sections tion 18. 199 8 and 9.

78 Liabilities of, section 18,

199 Disposition of money arising from tuiRecovery on sergeant's bond, proceed

tion, etc., section 10,

78 ings for, section 19,

199 In circuit court, section 19,

199 Before a justice, section 19,

BOARDS OF EDUCATION.

199 Recovery on treasurer's bond, sec 19. 199, 200

Duties of, under the act prescribing list Superintendent of streets; his duties,

of school books, sections 6, 7, 8, 9, powers and liabilities, section 20,

200
10, 13, 14, 17,

66 to 70 Salaries of oflicesr not to be increased

Duty of, as to levy for support of primary nor diminished, section 21,

200
schools, section 40,

84 Former ordinances valid, sertion 22,

200 May be compelled to lay levy by manActs repealed, section 23,

200
damus, section 40,

84
What may be done in case of insufficient
levy, section 40,

84 BERKELEY COUNTY.

How schools may be continued longer County court of, authorized to fund at a

than five months, section 41,

81 lower rate of interest one hundred and When board may order an election to detive thousand dollars of its bonds, 219, 220 termine, section 41

81, 85 County of Berkeley authorized to issue Unlawful to expend in any year more $105,000 of bonds; when, section 1, 219 than what, section 15,

88 Denominations of, section 1,

219 What boards may borrow money and issue Interest on bonds; when payable, sec. 1, 219 bonds, section 15.

89 Mav be paid after ten years, section 2, 219 Character of bonds; for what may be Not to be sold for less than par value, sec

issued; how to be paid: election for, tion 3 219 section 45,

89 Amount to be sold, section 3,

219 When individually liable for debts, May be exchanged for what, section 4, 219 section 45,

89 Proposals for bonds, section 5,

219 To require secretary to prepare, post and How and to whom to be awarded, sec

publish statement of expenditures, tion 5. 219 section 45,

89, 90 Advertisement for proposals, section 6, 219 or districts which failed to note for or County court to provide paiment; to

against power to levy on Nov. 6, 1894, what amount annually, section 7.

219, 220 authorized to lay levy for teachers' and Bonds: notice of intended payment of,

building funds, until general election section 8 220 in 1896,

226 When interest ceases, section 8,

250 Exempt from county, district and municipal taxes, section 9,

BOGGS, ED, L.

2:20 Bonded debt not to be increased, sec. 10, 220 Appropriation to pay,

250 Purposes for which proceeds of bonds to be applied, section 10,

220 BOARD OF AGRICULTURE, STATE. Time for working roads in,

11

Act establishing, amended, (see “Agri-
culture, State Board of,'')

55 to 58 BILLS, HOUSE AND SENATE. Appropriations for,

212, 256 Position of, in these acts,

3

Names and addresses of members and of-
Joint committee on enrolled bills,

278
ficers of,

280

BLIND. Act relating to "School for the Deaf and the Blind," amended,

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS. ct to establish a, for Marshall county,

73 to 75 Appropriations for,

239, 253, 260

216 to 218 Act to establish a, for Marion county, 220 to 222

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