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Fuel for furnace for fiscal year 1870, one thousand dollars, ($1,000.)

Fuel for furnace for fiscal year 1871, one thousand dollars, ($1,000.)

Postage, three hundred dollars, ($300.)
Freight and expressage, two hundred dollars, ($200.)

Blank books for State officers, five hundred dollars, ($500.)

Contingent fund, two hundred and fifty dollars, ($250.)
Janitor, six hundred dollars, ($600.)
Engineer and assistant, one thousand dollars, ($1,000.)
Gas and lighting capitol, six hundred dollars, ($600.)

Auditor of State, for salary, fifteen hundred dollars, Auditor. ($1,500.)

Clerk hire, two thousand dollars, ($2,000.)
Postage, one hundred dollars, ($100.)
Contingent fund, two hundred dollars, ($200.)

State treasurer, for salary, fifteen hundred dollars, State Treasurer. ($1,500.)

Clerk hire, twelve hundred dollars, ($1,200.)
Postage, fifty dollars, ($50.)
Contingent fund, three hundred dollars, ($300.)

Attorney General, for salary, one thousand dollars, Attorney Genera ($1,000.)

Traveling expenses, three hundred dollars, ($300.)
Postage, twenty-five dollars, ($25.)

Superintendent of public instruction, for salary, twelve hundred dollars, ($1,200.)

For assistant or clerk, eight hundred dollars, ($800.)
For traveling expenses, six hundred dollars, ($600.)
Postage, one hundred and fifty dollars, ($150.)
Contingent, two hundred dollars, ($200.)

Adjutant General, for salary, twelve hundred dollars, Adjutant General ($1,200.)

Postage, one hundred dollars, ($100.)
Contingent, two hundred dollars, ($200.)

Supreme court, for salary of reporters, seven hundred Supreme Conrt, dollars, ($700.)

Contingent fund of the supreme court, to be expended under the direction of the court, three hundred dollars, ($300.)

Superintendent Public Instruction.

Auditor may issue warrants.

Five hundred dollars is re-appropriated to Hon. John T. Burris for one quarter's salary as judge of the tenth judicial district.

Indexing the journal of the house, by the chief clerk, one hundred and fifty dollars, ($150.)

For indexing the journal of the senate, by the secretary, one hundred and fifty dollars, ($150.)

For transcribing the journals of the two houses, one thousand dollars, ($1,000.)

To Mrs. Sarah J. Neal, by services as first assistant engrossing clerk of the house of representatives, from the 13th day of January to the 27th day of January, both inclusive, fifteen days, at $3.00) per day, forty-five dollars, ($45.)

For pay of chaplains of house and senate for A. D. 1870, $300, to be drawn out on certificate of applicant corresponding to the journals of the respective houses.

SEC. 2. The auditor of state is hereby authorized to issue warrants upon the treasurer of state for the purposes and amounts specified in the first section of this act, or so much thereof as may be necessary to liquidate all accounts which may be presented to him : Provided, That no account shall be allowed or audited except salaries of officers, unless upon itemized vouchers, and verified by affidavit, showing that the funds were applied to the specific purpose only for which they were appropriated.

SEC. 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the Kansas Weekly Commonwealth.

Approved March 3, 1870.

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of the original enrolled bill now on file in my office, and that the same was published in the Kansas Weekly Commonwealth, March 5, 1870.

THOMAS MOONLIGHT,

Secretary of State.

Proviso.
Account shall be
itemized, etc.

CHAPTER IV.

STATE UNIVERSITY.

AN ACT making appropriations for the State university, for the fiscal

year ending November 30, 1870. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas:

SECTION 1. The following sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are hereby appropriated to the State university, out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the purposes hereinafter named: For salaries of six regular instructors, nine thousand, nine salaries of officers hundred and thirty-three and thirty-three one hundredths dollars ($9,933.33); for salaries of special instructors, thirteen hundred dollars ($1,300); for salary of secretary of board of regents, one hundred dollars ($100); for salary of treasurer of board of regents, two hundred and fifty dollars ($250): Provided, That no distinction is made by Proviso. the officers of said university in receiving pupils on ac- Noc odistinctione con count of race or complexion. For resident janitor, five color. hundred and forty dollars ($540); for fuel, two hundred and fifty dollars ($250); for apparatus of instruction, one thousand five hundred dollars ($1,500); for catalogues for Expenses. 1869, one hundred and twenty dollars ($120); for advertising, two hundred and thirty dollars ($230); for balance due on observatory building, one hundred and thirty-five dollars ($135); for express charges on transit and other instruments presented to the university, two hundred and twelve dollars ($212).

SEC. 2. This act to take effect and be in force from and after its publication once in the Weekly Kansas Commonwealth.

Approved March 1, 1870.

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of the original enrolled bill now on file in my office, and that the same was published in the Weekly Kansas Commonwealth, March 24, 1870.

THOMAS MOONLIGHT,

Secretary of State,

CHAPTER V.

STATE NORMAL SCHOOL.

Salaries.

AN ACT making appropriations for current expenses of State normal

school for fiscal year ending November 30, 1870.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas :

SECTION 1. The following sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are hereby appropriated out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the State normal school for the fiscal year 1870:

For salary of principal, two thousand dollars, ($2,000.)

For salary of associate principal, eighteen hundred dollars, ($1,800.)

For salary of preceptress, one thousand dollars, ($1,000.)

For salary of female teacher, nine hundred dollars, ($900.)

For principal of model school, nine hundred dollars, ($900.)

Janitor's salary for last half of 1869 and for 1870, seven hundred and fifty dollars, ($750.)

For text books and maps, one hundred and fifty dollars, ($150.)

For chemical and philosophical apparatus, two hundred dollars, ($200.)

For fencing, eight hundred and fifty dollars, ($850.)
For window blinds, four hundred dollars, ($400.)

For record books, one hundred and twenty-five dollars, ($125.)

For deficiency in repairing building, three hundred and eighteen dollars and fifty cents, ($318.50.)

For catalogue, one hundred and fifty dollars, ($150.)

For insurance, one hundred and twenty-five dollars, ($125.)

For fuel and lights, six hundred dollars, ($600.)

For deficiency in current expenses, one hundred and seventy-three dollars and ninety-six cents, ($173.96.)

For chairs, one hundred dollars, ($100.)

Miscellaneous expenses.

warrants.

account to be

not pay more than

SEC. 2. The auditor of state is hereby authorized to Auditor may draw issue warrants upon the treasurer of state for the purpose and amount specified in the first section of this act, or so much thereof as may be necessary to liquidate all such accounts as may be presented to him: Prorided, That Proviso. no distinction is made on account of race or color in the reception of pupils by the teachers and officers of said normal school: Provided further, That no account shall be allowed or audited except salaries of officers, unless an itemized account is furnished, verified by affidavit, Proviso, itemized showing that the funds appropriated were applied to the furnished, etc. specific purpose only for which they were appropriated.

Sec. 3. That in all cases in which, by the provision The State shall of this act, appropriations are made for specific purposes propracidis.apnamed or cause stated, the officer or person having charge of such appropriations shall, in no case, by any contract, act or proceeding, obligate the State of Kansas, at any time, to pay a larger sum than herein specifically appropriated.

SEC. 4. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the Kansas Weekly Commonwealth.

Approved March 2, 1870.

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of the original enrolled bill now on file in my office, and that the same was published in the Kansas Weekly Commonwealth, March 24, 1870.

THOMAS MOONLIGHT,

Secretary of State.

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