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and that the same was published in the Kansas Weekly Commonwealth March 10, 1870.

THOMAS MOONLIGHT,

Secretary of State.

CHAPTER IX.

STATE PENITENTIARY.

AN ACT making appropriations for the State Penitentiary for the fiscal

year 1870.

Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas:

SECTION 1. That the sum of thirty-five thousand dol- Appropriation. lars is hereby appropriated out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the state penitentiary for the fiscal year 1870, which sum, together with the earnings of convict labor, shall be expended under the direction of the board of directors, for salaries [of] officers, wages of employees, for supplies, for maintenance, and for material for building and improvements, which money shall be paid upon the approval of the board, or of the resident director: Provided, That new contracts for con- Proviro. vict labor may be made as far as it can be done without subjecting the state to damages: And provided further, That the board of directors shall make new contracts, upon such terms as they may deem most advantageous for said penitentiary in securing the largest possible income: And further provided, That all the funds of said institution shall be deposited in such banking institution as the board or resident director may select; and shall only be drawn upon the check of the board or resident director.

SEC. 2. The resident director, in the absence of the powers of resiboard of directors, shall have the general oversight, and

dent director,

Salary of resident director.

Proviso.

give directions to the wardens and all other officers and employees, as though a quorum of the board was present.

Sec. 3. The resident director shall receive, out of this appropriation, nine hundred dollars per annum for his services: Provided, He takes personal oversight and charge of the institution as director.

SEC. 4. This act to 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 24, 1870.

THOMAS MOONLIGHT,

Secretary of State.

CHAPTER X.

APPROPRIATION

IMPROVE

FOR CAPITOL
MENTS.

AN ACT making appropriations for capitol improvements.
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 capitol building for the fiscal year ending November 30, 1870:

B. Haywood & Co., for matting, chairs, etc., for legislative halls, one thousand nine hundred and forty-nine dollars and eighteen cents, ($1,949.18.)

Tweedale & Company, for fixing screws to windows; seven dollars, ($7.)

John Hammond, for services as state house commissioner, for the quarter ending March 6, 1870, one hundred and twenty-five dollars, ($125.)

William Bowman, for services as state house commissioner, for quarter ending March 6, 1870, one hundred and twenty-five dollars, ($125.)

Daniel Killen, for services as state house commissioner, for quarter ending March 6, 1870, one hundred and twenty-five dollars, ($125.)

J. G. Haskell, for services as architect and superin- Miscellaneous. tendent of state house from January 1, 1870, till March 20, 1870, two months and twenty days, at the rate of $3,000 per annum, six 'hundred and sixty-six dollars and sixty-six cents.

William Bowman, for necessary traveling expenses, while performing the duties of state house commissioner, from March 6, 1868, to January 12, 1870, four hundred and forty-one dollars and seventy-five cents, ($441.75.)

Daniel Killen, for traveling expenses, same as above, four hundred and forty-one dollars and seventy-five cents, ($441.75.)

John Hammond, for necessary traveling expenses, same as foregoing, four hundred and forty-one dollars and seventy-five cents, ($441.75.)

Tweedale & Cook, for furnishing material and completing privy, and construction of plank walks to privy and street, making entrance of posts, moving gates, etc., twenty-one hundred and twenty-nine dollars and ninetyone cents, ($2,129.91.)

The same, for moving the entire state department from the old capitol buildings to the state house, four hundred dollars, ($400.)

The same, for furnishing material and labor for the construction of temporary steps in front of state capitol three hundred [dollars,] ($300.)

Scott & Brother, of Leavenworth, for painting at state capitol, one hundred and fifty-two dollars and fifty cents, ($152.50.)

Tweedale & Cook, for labor and material for drains, etc., sixty-four dollars, ($64.)

The Monitor Publishing Company, of Fort Scott, for publishing advertisements for state house commissioners, ten dollars, ($10.)

W. S. Burke, for publishing notices and other printing for state house, ninety-three dollars, ($93.)

H. J. Miller, for gas fixtures and fitting up the same in capitol building, four thousand five hundred dollars, ($4,500.)

For improving capitol grounds, repairing fence, setting out trees and grading, five hundred dollars, which sum shall be expended under the direction and superintendence of the governor and auditor of state.

To John Goodin, for balance on contract for steam heating apparatus, three thousand eight hundred and fifty-two dollars, ($3,852.)

The sum of four thousand [and] one hundred and fortyeight dollars ($4,148) for fitting up library and supreme court room, painting such fittings, and also galvanizing iron cornice and balustrade of exterior, for providing steam pump, iron cistern and tin ventilating pipes, and repairs of exterior walls of the building, the expenditure to be made under the direction of the state house commissioners: Provided, That said commissioners and architect shall receive no pay for overseeing the work for which appropriation is hereby made.

Tweedale & Cook, for extra work at capitol, making tables, repairing furniture, etc., one hundred and seventyfour dollars and sixty-two cents, ($174.62.)

To M. B. Crawford, repairing steps and furnishing glass and setting same, three dollars and fifty cents.

Excelsior Coke and Gas Company, for pipe and gas fixture, five hundred and seventy dollars and seventy-five cents, ($570.75.)

SEC. 2. That no account shall be allowed or audited unless verified by affidavit of claimant upon an itemized statement of accounts.

Sec. 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from

Account to be verified,

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 10, 1870.

THOMAS MOONLIGHT,

Secretary of State.

CHAPTER XI.

AN ACT making appropriations for state printing and binding, and for

the payment of balance on adjutant general's report, and salary of

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

SECTION 1. That the sum of twenty thousand dollars Appropriation. is hereby appropriated out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, for state printing and binding for the fiscal year ending November 30, 1870:

To John M. Haeberlein, for furnishing the Kansas Freie Presse to members of the house and senate, as per resolution, $513.

To The Bulletin Co-operative Printing Company, for Miscellaneous. printing first volume adjutant general's report, two thousand seven hundred and thirty-three [and] 60-100 dollars, ($2,733 60-100,), or so much thereof as the secretary of state and auditor of state may find due and unpaid upon the work performed by said company upon said report, after examination and count of said work,

To state librarian, $500,

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