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Book cases, etc., for state library
For book cases for state library, three hundred dollars.
For furniture for state library, two hundred dollars.
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 at each meeting of the legislature of the funds so expended.
Detailed account to be rendered.
Contingent Legislative Expenses.
Contingent legislative expenses.
For contingent expenses of the senate, two thousand and two hundred dollars.
For contingent expenses of the house of delegates, four thousand dollars.
Salaries of Clerks.
For clerk's in state offices.
For salary of governor's private secretary and assistant, eighteen hundred dollars.
For salary of chief clerk of the secretary of state, one thousand and two hundred dollars; for other clerks, two thousand dollars.
For salary of chief clerk in the treasurer's office, one thousand and two hundred dollars.
For salary of assistant clerk in treasurer's office, eleven hundred dollars.
For salary of chief clerk in the auditor's office, fifteen hundred dollars; for other clerks in the auditor's office, six thousand and one hundred dollars.
For salary of assistant in attorney-general's office, twelve hundred dollars.
For salary of clerk in the office of state superintendent of free schools, to be paid out of the general school fund, twelve hundred dollars.
For salary of assistant clerk in the office of state superintendent of free schools, to be paid out of the general school fund, one thousand dollars.
For salaries of assistants in office of state superintendent of free schools, to be paid out of the general school fund, two hundred and ten dollars.
For contingent expenses of the supreme court of appenses of su- peals, to be expended on the order of the court, fifteen preme court.
hundred dollars. Printing and
For printing and binding supreme court reports, binding re
twenty-one hundred dollars. ports.
For the militia.
To carry into effect the provisions of chapter twentyfour of the acts of one thousand eight hundred and eighty-nine, relating to the militia, fifteen thousand dollars, which amount shall cover all expenditures for the What to cover. militia for the said fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety-five: Provided, That said sum shall be disbursed How disbursed. under the order of the govornor, adjutant-general and paymaster-general made upon the auditor.
For unpaid transportation, three thousand four hun- For transpordred and ten dollars and thirty-two cents.
For payment of loan made by the governor, six thou- made by goversand eight hundred and fifty-six dollars and eighty-nine nor. cents.
tation of militia.
Capitol Building and Grounds.
For capitol and grounds.
For water, gas, etc.
For water, seven hundred dollars.
and repair lars, one hundred dollars of which is to plaster the fund. room now used by the superintendent of schools as a storeroom.
The board of public works shall make a contract for the delivery of such coal. The board shall, from time cond; how paid to time, as the contractor delivers coal, make an order directing the auditor to issue his warrant upon the treasury in payment for said coal, but no such order shall be made unless the contractor produces to the board his own affidavit, and the affidavit of the person at the capitol authorized to receive the coal, showing the number of bushels delivered and the dates of delivery. Said affidavit shall accompany the order of the board and be filed in the auditor's office.
For refunding over payments made at the treasury, For refunding
overpaid taxes. on account of taxes, licenses, fines and commissions, to be paid out of the fund into which they were paid, one thousand dollars.
For refunding taxes erroneously assessed, collected for taxes erand paid into the treasury, to be paid out of the fund roneously asinto which the taxes were paid, five hundred dollars,
For deficiency of 1894.
and for deficiency in 1894, tive hundred and seventythree dollars and sixty cents.
County and District Tarex.
For refunding to counties, county and district taxes, ties and dis- paid into the treasury for the redemption of lands, such
amount is hereby appropriated as will be necessary to refund to the counties entitled thereto the taxes so paid into the treasury. For refunding county, district and municipal taxes, paid into the treasury by railroad compan'es, such sum is hereby appropriated as will be necessary to refund to each county, district and municipal corporation, the amount of such taxes as may be paid into the treasury to the credit of such county, district or municipal corporation.
For printing and biudmy.
For public printing and binding, on contract, twenty
thousand dollars. For supplying For supplying stationery and printing paper for state
use, including the office of state superintendent of free schools, eight thousand dollars : Provided, That the superintendent of public printing shall render to the governor, annually, an itemized statement, sworn to, of
all the printing done for the state, and the amount paid Statement to be for the same ; and also an itemized statement under
oath of all the stationery purchased for the state and the amounts paid therefor, and the governor shall transmit said statement to the legislature at the regular sessions.
For expenses in civil suits.
For expenses in civil suits, and pay of state agents. one thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to be paid out of the funds collected.
To pay janitor's assistants.
. To pay Pat Neugent for services, one hundred and thirty-five dollars.
To pay John Murtz for services, ninety dollars.
To pay Mike Knee for services, sixty-seven dollars and fifty cents.
To pay Henry Allen for services, ninety dollars.
To pay John Newhouse for services, sixty-seven dollars and fifty cents.
To pay J. H. Walker for services, ninety dollars.
To pay Charles Keyser for services, ninety dollars.
To pay Oscar Hern for services, sixty-seven dollars and fifty cents.
To pay A. H. Wilson for special services as janitor, one hundred and thirty-five dollars.
To pay for washing towels, twenty dollars.
or washing towels.
Governor's Mansion and Grounds.
For purchase of lot adjoining governor's mansion, For purchase
of lot adjoining two thousand and five hundred dollars, to be expended governor's under the direction of the governor.
For purchasing and binding books for state libraries, For books for the sum of one thousand five hundred dollars; to be drawn on the order of the supreme court of appeals and expended under the direction of said court; and all books furnished or purchased by this appropriation shall be the property of the state.
To pay insurance on public buildings, one thousand to pay insurdollars.
To pay interest on temporary loans from school fund, To pay intertwo thousand three hundred and eighty-three dollars and thirty cents.
To pay Truslow Furniture Company for chairs, Truslow Fursweepers and table, one hundred and forty-eight dollars niture Co. and eighty-four cents.
To pay J. L. Jones for material and carpenter's work J. L. Jones. on stairway and roof of capitol building, sixteen dollars.
To pay J. C. Dulaney Company for waste-baskets ... C. Dulaney and spittoons for use of the legislature, one hundred and two dollars and'twenty-five cents. To
pay Rand & Goshorn for enamel cloth, towels and Rand & Goscrash, one hundred and two dollars and two cents.
To pay C. J. Rudesill. & Son for pitchers, basins, slop C. J. Rudesill jars, soap dishes and tumblers, sixteen dollars and seventeen cents.
McManamy & Το pay McManamy & Cannon for baskets, cuspadores, Cannon,
- ture Co.
Lovell & Killinger.
mops and various articles of hardware, sixty-three dol
lars and sixty-four cents. P. M. Long.
To pay P. M. Long in full for his services in apprebending and conveying A. C. Davis charged with felony from Villa Ridge, Illinois, to Clarksburg, West Virginia, in July, one thousand eight hundred and ninety
three, seventy-five dollars. Benjamin To pay Benjamin White in full for keeping, clothing
and restraining Charles B. White, a lunatic, from the nineteenth day of December, one thousand eight hundred and ninety, to the ninth day of May, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-four, under a contract made by him with the circuit court of Mercer county on the twentyeighth day of November, one thousand eight hundred a ad eighty-five, being for one hundred and seventy-six
weeks, four hundred and forty dollars. Dawley Furni- To pay Dawley Furniture Company, for one table for
house of delegates, ten dollars.
To pay Lovell & Killinger for one desk for sergeantat-arms of the house of delegates, fifteen dollars.
To pay Sterrett Bros. for seventy-nine and threefourths yards Brussels carpet for speaker's room of the house of delegates, eighty-three dollars and ninety cents
. To pay Scott Brothers for soap, combs, brushes
, brooms, blacking, etc., for the legislature, thirty-eight dollars and eighty-five cents.
To pay S. Spencer Moore & Company for books,
racks, thermometers, etc., nine dollars and five cents. Elk Foundry. To pay Elk Foundry and Machine Company for cast
ings, grate bars, etc., for furnace at the capitol, furnished in April and May, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-two, thirty-three dollars.
To pay M. V. Callaway of Summers county, for taxes refunded for 1888 and 1889 on orders of the county court of said county, thirty-two dollars and thirty-eight cents.
To pay Richard Welch for extra per diem as floor page of the house of delegates from the fourteenth day of January to the fourteenth day of March, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-one, thirty doslars.
To pay B. F. Ramage, clerk of the circuit court of Marion county, for the costs in the suit of regents of the State Normal School vs. Fairmont Gas Coal Company, of New York and others, to condemn lands, sixty
two dollars and fifty-four cents. B. F. Ramage. To pay B. F. Ramage, clerk of the circuit court of
Marion county, for costs in the suit of regents of the State Normal School vs. Fairmont Gas Coal Company, of New York, et als., chancery with injunction, fiftythree dollars and sixty-one cents.
M. V. Callaway.
B. F. Ramage.