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Costs and ex
To pay Goshorn & Company for drawer locks for Goshorn & Co. house of delegates, seven dollars.
To pay Doctor S. F. Roberts for medical and surgical Dr. S. F. Robservices rendered Heenan Fleming, contined in the jail erts. of Nicholas county for murder, in the months of January and February, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-four, and also for accompanying said prisoner from Nicholas county to the jail in Kanawha county at the instance of W. G. Graves, sheriff of Nicholas county; allowance in full for said services, ono hundred dollars. To pay
Doctor J. O. McQueen for medical and surgical services rendered Heenan Fleming, arrested upon the charge of murder in Webster county, attending upon said prisoner in Webster county and dressing his wounds and accompanying him to the jail of Nicholas county and attendance upon him in said jail, in full for all of said services, seventy-five dollars. To
pay Flournoy & Price for services on account as Flournoy & assistant counsel in the suit brought by the state of Maryland against this state in the supreme court of the United States for the settlement of the boundary line between the two states, two thousand dollars.
To pay for costs and expenses of this state in the said suit of the state of Maryland against this state, in the penses
of suit supreme court of the United States, for the settlement West Virginia: of the boundary line between the two states, six hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, the same to be paid out upon the requisition of the attorney general. To pay
Professor A. R. Whitehill for chemical work Prof. A R. and analysis in the Welch poisoning case in Barbour county, including amount paid out by him to Pittsburg Testing Laboratory, in full for such services and payment, one hundred dollars.
To pay telephone exchange for rental and maintenance Telephone exof telephone to the house of delegates, thirteen dollars and ninety-five cents..
To pay Chesapeake and Ohio railway company for Chesaneake & freight on furniture for house of delegates, four dollars Ohio R. R. and five cents.
To pay Meader furniture company for furniture for Meader Manuspeaker's room of the house of delegates, two hundred facturing Co. and fourteen dollars. To
pay Butler printing company for two thousand Butler Printtickets, seven dollars and sixty cents.
To pay Fenton metallic manufacturing company for metallic case of one hundred and twenty-six files put in lic Manufactoffice of superintendent of free schools, in full for said uring Co. case, two hundred and fifty dollars.
J. L. Jones.
Ed. L. Boggs. O
To pay J. L. Jones for nest of pigeon holes furnished clerk of house of delegates, six dollars.
To pay M. Levi balance due on contract for putting in elevator at the capitol, three hundred dollars, which amount is in full of said contract.
To pay Sterrett Bros. for thirty-four yards linoleum, twenty dollars and fifty cents. The same was purchased February twenty-fourth, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-two.
To pay Henry A. Smith for ten days as assistant clerk of the senate, balance of extra per diem after regular session in one thousand eight hundred and ninety-three,
sixty dollars. Isaac Griffith.
To pay Isaac Griffith balance due for keeping Sarah Hartsell, a lunatic of Mercer county, under a contract with the circuit court of said county, from the seventeenth day of November, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-five, to the twenty-eighth day of January, one thousand eight hundred and eighty-eight, eightyseven dollars.
To Ed. L. Boggs for soap, blacking, etc., fortynine dollars and seventy-five cents.
To pay W. Herrman Smith for repairing clock in the senate chamber, two dollars. Be it further enacted by the Legislature of West Vir
ginia: Appropriations . 2. That there shall be and are hereby appropriated for fiscal year out of the state fund for the fiscal year ending September 30, 1896. ber thirty, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-six, the following sums for the purposes as follows:
Penitentiary. For salary of the warden, one thousand five hundred tentiary
For the 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 new shop room, fifteen hundred dollars.
The foregoing appropriations for the penitentiary are How paid.
to be drawn from the treasury upon the requisition of
the board of directors, addressed to the auditor, as the expenses of di- same may be required : Provided, That only the neces
sary expenses incurred by said directors in discharging
For the peni
Proviso as to
their duties as such, shall be allowed ; an itemized account of which shall be filed among the records of the penitentiary, and no mileage shall be allowed or paid to them.
For criminal charges, eighty-five thousand dollars.
For criminal charges.
Lunatics in Jail.
For support of lunatics in jail, fifteen hundred dol- For lunatics in lars.
For the West Virginia historical and antiquarian so- For the historiciety, twelve hundred dollars, for the purpose of collecting, purchasing and preserving relics, books, etc., pertaining to the history of West Virginia, the articles Articles to be which may be collected by said fund, to be and remain property of the property of the state, and to be held in trust by said state. society for the state.
For the support of the normal school and its branches for the normal to be paid according to the provisions of sections ninetysix and ninety-seven of chapter forty-five of the code of West Virginia, nineteen thousand two hundred dollars is hereby appropriated payable on the order of the regents of said school.
For traveling expenses of the regents for the year one thousand eight hundred and ninety-six, six hundred Proviso as to dollars: Provided, That only the necessary expenses expenses of reincurred by said regents in discharging their duties as such, and 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 statement shall be made a part of their report to the governor, and no mileage shall be allowed or paid to them.
For insurance on normal school buildings, five hun-buildings. dred dollars.
Marshall College. For library and apparatus, two hundred and fifty dol- lege school. lars.
For contingent expenses, six hundred dollars.
Insurance on normal school
West Liberty school.
For new buildings, including heating and plumbing of same, twelve thousand five hundred dollars. For furnishing new building, fifteen hundred dollars.
West Liberty Normal School.
For furniture, two hundred dollars.
Fairmont Normal School,
For completing building according to original plans and specifications, six thousand dollars.
For paving and grading, one thousand dollars.
Concord Normal School.
For library, one hundred dollars,
Glenville Normal School.
Shepherd college school.
For grading grounds, making fence and laying pavement, two hundred and fifty dollars.
For library and apparatus, two hundred dollars.
Shepherd College Normal School.
For library and apparatus, one hundred and fifty dollars.
For piano, four hundred dollars.
For new building, seven thousand five hundred dollars.
The foregoing appropriations for the state normal school and its branches other than that included in the sum of nineteen thousand two hundred dollars provided
for their support, shall be drawn from the treasury upon the orders of the board of regents of each of the said schools, and expended under their direction.
For the school for deaf and blind.
West Virginia School for the Deaf and the Blind. For current expenses, twenty-eight thousand five hundred dollars.
For traveling expenses of pupils, twelve hundred dollars.
For contingent expenses, five hundred dollars.
Provided, That only the necessary expenses incurred
governor, and no mileage shall be allowed or paid to them.
Proviso as to expenses of re
For the university.
For salaries of the president and instructors, fourteen thousand dollars.
For current and contingent expenses, three thousand dollars.
For books for cadets as provided by law, eight hundred dollars.
For expenses of board of regents, six hundred dollars.
For purchase of additional grounds, two thousand dollars.
For grading and improving drill grounds for cadets, three hundred dollars.
For general repairs, five hundred dollars.
The foregoing appropriations for the West Virginia University to be drawn from the treasury upon the How paid.
. order of the board of regents, addressed to the auditor: Provided, That only the necessary expenses incurred by Proviso as to said regents in discharging their duties as such, and four expenses of rodollars a 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 said institution, which itemized statement shall be made a part of their report to the governor, and no mileage shall be allowed or paid to them.