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Legislative Department-Senate.

To pay the per diem of members, five thousand five hundred and eighty-two dollars.

Mileage of members, one thousand one hundred and fifty-six dollars.

Per diem of officers and attaches, twenty thousand eight hundred and twenty-three dollars.

To pay the per diem of chief clerk, five hundred and fifty dollars.

House of Delegates.

To pay mileage of eighty-six members of the house, three thousand five hundred and sixty-nine dollars and eighty cents.

To pay the per diem of eighty-six members of the house of delegates, fifteen thousand three hundred dollars.

To pay the per diem of the speaker of the house of delegates, two hundred and seventy dollars.

To pay the per diem compensation of the officers, assistant clerks, committee clerks, pages, etc., that is to say:

To pay the per diem of one chief clerk, five hundred and fifty dollars.

To pay the per diem of two printing clerks, five hundred and forty dollars.

To pay the per diem of seventeen assistant clerks, four thousand five hundred and ninety dollars.

To pay the per diem of one librarian, two hundred and seventy dollars.

To pay the per diem of two stenographers, five hundred and forty dollars.

To pay the per diem of one sergeant-at-arms, two hundred and twenty-five dollars.

To pay the per diem of one assistant sergeant-at-arms, two hundred and twenty-five dollars.

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

To pay the per diem of two assistant door-keepers, three hundred and sixty dollars.

To pay the per diem of one gallery door-keeper, one hundred and eighty dollars.

To pay the per diem of one night watchman, one hundred and eighty dollars.

To pay the per diem of thirteen committee clerks, two thousand three hundred and forty dollars.

To pay the per diem of two cloak room keepers, three hundred and sixty dollars.

To pay the per diem of six journal pages, eight hundred and ten dollars.

To pay the per diem of one mail and banking page, one hundred and thirty-five dollars.

To pay the per diem of seven floor pages, six hundred and thirty dollars.

To pay J. M. Lynn, janitor, one hundred and thirty-five dollars.

Executive Department.

To pay the salary of the governor, five thousand dollars.

To pay the salary of the auditor, four thousand five hundred dollars.

To pay the salary of the treasurer, two thousand five hundred dollars.

To pay the salary of the attorney general, two thousand five hundred dollars.

To pay the salary of the superintendent of free schools, to be paid out of the general school fund, three thousand dollars.

To pay the salary of the secretary of state, four thousand dollars.

To pay the salary of the adjutant general, and ex-officio superintendent of weights and measures, one thousand five hundred dollars.

To pay the salary of the state librarian, twelve hundred dollars.

To pay the salary of the tax commissioner, four thousand dollars.

To pay the salary of the janitor, fifteen hundred dollars.

Keeper of the Rolls.

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

Judicial Department.

To pay the salaries of the judges of the supreme court, twentytwo thousand five hundred dollars.

To pay the salaries of the judges of the circuit courts, sixty-six thousand dollars.

To pay the compensation of special judges of circuit courts, two thousand dollars.

To pay mileage of the judges of the supreme court, sixteen hundred dollars.

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

To pay the salary of the clerk of the supreme court, one thousand five hundred dollars.

Be it enacted by the Legislature of West Virgina:

Sec. 2. There shall be and are hereby appropriated, for the fiscal year ending September thirtieth, one thousand nine hundred and eight, the following sums for salaries of officers of the government:

Executive Department.

To pay the salary of the governor, five thousand dollars.

To pay the salary of the auditor, four thousand five hundred dollars.

To pay the salary of the treasurer, two thousand five hundred dollars.

To pay the salary of the attorney general, two thousand five hundred dollars.

To pay the salary of the superintendent of free schools, to be paid out of the general school fund, three thousand dollars.

To pay the salary of the secretary of state, four thousand dollars.

To pay the salary of the adjutant general, and ex-officio superintendent of weights and measures, one thousand five hundred dollars.

To pay the salary of the state librarian, twelve hundred dollars.

To pay the salary of the tax commissioner, four thousand dollars.

To pay the salary of the janitor, fifteen hundred dollars.

Keeper of Rolls.

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

Judicial Department.

To pay the salaries of the judges of the supreme court, twentytwo thousand five hundred dollars.

To pay the salaries of the judges of the circuit courts, sixty-two thousand seven hundred dollars.

To pay the compensation of the special judges of circuit courts, two thousand dollars.

To pay the mileage of judges of the supreme court, sixteen hundred dollars.

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

To pay the salary of the clerk of the supreme court, one thousand five hundred dollars.

The appropriations herein provide for increasing the compensation of the employees of the state shall be in full force and effect on and after March first, one thousand nine hundred and sev en, and only so much thereof as to said increase shall be and as may be necessary.

Sec. 3. The auditor is hereby authorized and directed, when properly demanded, to issue his warrant upon the treasury in the same manner as he would be required to if each item of the 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 fiscal year one thousand nine hundred and seven and one thousand nine hundred and eight respectively, beyond the amount hereby appropriated, unless the same is authorized by constitution or some general law.

But the auditor may draw his warrant upon the treasury in favor of the several officers, whose salaries and compensations are provided 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 nine hundred and eight for an amount not exceeding 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 nine hundred and seven.

CHAPTER 18.

(Senate Bill No. 21.)

AN ACT making appropriations of public money to pay members

of the legislature, in pursuance to the forty-second section of the sixth article of the constitution of West Virginia.

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Be it enacted by the Legislature of West Virginia:

Sec. 1. There shall be and are hereby appropriated for the fiscal year ending September thirtieth, one thousand nine hundred and seven, the following sums of money for the payment of the members and the officers of the legislature, for the extraordinary session for the year one thousand nine hundred and seven:

Legislative Department-Senate.

Per diem of members, twelve hundred and thirty-two dollars.
Per diem of president of senate, sixty-six dollars.
Per diem of clerk, two hundred dollars.

Per diem of officers and attaches, twenty-eight hundred and sixty dollars.

Legislative Department-House of Delegates. To pay the per diem of eighty-five members, three thousand seven hundred and forty dollars.

To pay the per diem of the speaker of the house of delegates, sixty-six dollars.

To pay the per diem compensation of clerks, assistant clerks, pages, etc., that is to say: To pay the per

diem of the chief clerk of the house, two hundred dollars.

To pay the per diem of eleven assistant clerks, seven hundred and twenty-six dollars.

To pay the per diem of two committee clerks, eighty-eight dol. lars.

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