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To pay the per diem of two stenographers, one hundred and thirty-two dollars. To pay the

per diem of five floor pages, one hundred and ten dollars.

To pay the per diem of two journal pages, sixty-six dollars.

To pay the per diem of one mailing and banking page, thirtythree dollars.

To pay the per diem of the sergeant-at-arms, fifty-five dollars.

To pay the per diem of the assistant sergeant-at-arms, fifty-five dollars.

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

To pay the per diem of one gallery door keeper, forty-four dollars.

To pay the per diem of one librarian, sixty-six dollars.
To pay the per diem of one night watchman, forty-four dollars.

To pay the per diem of two cloak room keepers, eighty-eight dollars.

To pay the per diem of eight janitors, one hundred and thirtytwo dollars.

To pay J. M. Lynn, janitor, for services during the present session, thirty-three dollars.

Sec. 2. The auditor is hereby authorized to issue his warrants upon the treasury for such amounts as are, or may become due to the several members, officers and attaches of the senate and house of delegates for their per diem, upon the proper requisition of the clerk of the senate and sergeant-at-arms of the house of delegates, respectively.

CHAPTER 19.

(House Bill No. 1.)

A BILL making appropriations of public money to pay general

charges upon the treasury.

(Passed March 5, 1907.

In effect from passage.

March 10, 1907.]

Approved by the Governor,

Sec.
1.

SEC.
2.

Appropriations to pay general
charges upon the state treasury
for the fiscal year ending Sep-
tember 30, 1907, including sun-
dry individual claims.

Appropriations to

pay general charges upon the state treasury for the fiscal year ending September 30, 1908.,

SEC. 8.

4.

5.

SEC.

censes and fines due from sheriffs and for what years; duty of

auditor as to such arrears. 9. Auditing and examining of ac

counts, books, etc.. by auditor of public institutions, boards, etc.; appropriations for ex

penses. 10.) Duties required of superintendo

ents, directors and regents of public institutions, respecting the disbursing of, and the draw.

ing of requisitions upon the au11.

ditor for moneys. 12. Duties of clerks of the house and

senate.

How appropriations for public in

stitutions drawn.
Allowance

to regents and direc-
tors.
All officers, employees, head of a

department or of an institution
or board to make report to the
governor as to clerk hire; when

such reports to be made.
Printing, etc., for the free school
department, and

for certain
boards, officers or institutions ;

how paid for.
No money paid beyond appropria-
tions, unless, etc.;

what pay-
ments may be made after expir.
ation of fiscal year, September

30, 1908.
Disposing of arrears for taxes ; 11-

6.

7.

8.

Be it enacted by the Legislature of West Virginia:

Sec. 1. There shall be and are hereby appropriated out of the state fund for the fiscal year ending September 30th, 1907, the following sums for the purposes as follows:

Criminal Charges.

For criminal charges, one hundred thousand dollars.
For extradition of criminals, two thousand five hundred dollars.

Lunatics in Jail.

For support of lunatics in jail, six thousand dollars

Normal Schools.

For the support of the state normal school and its branches, to be paid according to the provisions of sections ninety-six and ninety-seven of chapter forty-five of the code as amended by the act of the legislature of one thousand eight hundred and ninetynine, thirty thousand dollars.

For additional expenses for the support of the state normal school and its branches, twenty-two thousand five hundred dollars.

For traveling expenses of the board of regents, eighteen hundred dollars.

For salary of secretary, three hundred dollars.

For the education and normal training of colored teachers to be paid according to the provisions of section ninety-six of chapter forty-five of the code, two thousand dollars.

Marshall College.

For chairs, tables and cases for new library, five hundred dollars.

For gas and electric fixtures for new building and girls closet, two hundred and fifty dollars.

For janitor, one thousand dollars.
For furniture for dormitory, seven hundred and fifty dollars.

For furniture for old school rooms, two hundred and fifty dollars.

For contingent expenses, one thousand dollars.
For repairs, seven hundred and fifty dollars.
For fuel, water and light, one thousand five hundred dollars.

For improving grounds and driveways, four hundred and fifty dollars.

For furniture for new building, one thousand two hundred and fifty dollars.

For finishing third floor new building, two thousand dollars.

Fairmont Normal School.

For furniture, three hundred dollars.
For contingent expenses, six hundred dollars.
For repairs, six hundred dollars.
For fuel, water and light, one thousand dollars.
For janitors, seven hundred and fifty dollars.
For sewer' and plumbing, three hundred dollars.

West Liberty Normal School.

For contingent expenses, six hundred and fifty dollars.
For janitor, four hundred dollars.
For repairs to building, five hundred dollars.
For fuel and lights, five hundred and fifty dollars.
For furniture and apparatus, three hundred and fifty dollars.

Shepherd College Normal School.

For repairs, two hundred and fifty dollars.
For contingent expenses, five hundred dollars.
For janitors, six hundred dollars.
For fuel and lights, seven hundred and fifty dollars.
For furniture and electric fixtures, four hundred dollars.

Glenville Normal School.

For contingent expenses, five hundred dollars.
For repairs, three hundred dollars.
For janitor, six hundred dollars.
For fuel, light and water, eight hundred dollars.

Concord Normal School.

For contingent expenses, six hundred dollars.
For fuel and lights, one thousand dollars.
For furniture, three hundred dollars.
For janitor, six hundred dollars.

For deficiency in janitors salary, nineteen hundred and six, one hundred dollars.

West Virginia School for the Deaf and Blind.

For current expenses, forty-five thousand dollars.
For traveling expenses, two thousand five hundred dollars.
For contingent expenses, six hundred dollars.
For fund for colored pupils, one thousand dollars.
For pipe line and sewer system, five thousand dollars.

The University.

For salaries of teachers, sixty-two thousand five hundred dollars.
For school of music, five thousand dollars.
For school of fine arts, two thousand dollars.
For college of agriculture, six thousand dollars.
For college of medicine, four thousand dollars.
For regents' expenses, one thousand dollars.
For cadet books, supplies and uniforms, five thousand dollars.

For advertising, university printing and station printing, four thousand dollars.

For repairs, four thousand dollars.
For fire protection, two hundred dollars.
For janitors, watchmen and gardeners, six thousand dollars.
For university library and law library, four thousand dollars.
For gymnasium and athletics, three thousand dollars.

For current and contingent expenses, four thousand five hundred dollars.

For apparatus, blackboards, desks, furniture, etc., three thousand dollars.

For grounds, roads, pavement and stone wall, two thousand dollars.

For heat, light and water, six thousand dollars.
For engineering equipment and supplies, five thousand dollars.
For heating plant, sixteen thousand dollars.

Preparatory Branch of The West Virginia University at Keyser.

For chemical and physical laboratories, two hundred dollars.
For janitors, six hundred dollars.
For contingent expenses, five hundred dollars.
For fuel and light, six hundred dollars.

For salaries secretary and treasurer and expenses board of regents, seven hundred and fifty dollars.

For repairs to building, three hundred and fifty dollars.
For salaries of teachers, seven thousand dollars.

Preparatory Branch of the West Virginia University at

Montgomery.

For contingent expenses, three hundred dollars.
For janitor, six hundred dollars.
For regents' expenses, two hundred and fifty dollars.
For repairs and refitting, three hundred dollars.
For fuel, lights, water and telephone, twelve hundred dollars.
For furniture and fixtures, three hundred dollars.
For salaries of teachers, five thousand on hundred dollars.

West Virginia Colored Institute.

For current expenses, two thousand dollars.
For board of regents, seven hundred and fifty dollars.
For janitors, six hundred dollars.
For fuel, one thousand eight hundred dollars.
For school and dormitory furniture, six hundred dollars.
For teachers' salaries, thirteen thousand two hundred dollars.
For roads, walks and grading, two hundred and fifty dollars.
For salary of engineer, six hundred dollars.
For repairs to buildings, and fences, six hundred dollars.

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