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Sec. 2. 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 11, 1870.

THOMAS MOONLIGHT,

Secretary of State.

CHAPTER XII.

CURRENT EXPENSES.

AN ACT making appropriations for the expenses of especial committee

appointed to visit the several state and benevolent institutions. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas :

SECTION 1. The following sums are hereby appropriated out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated for the purpose hereinafter named:

For expenses of especial committee of legislature to visit the institutions for the insane, deaf and dumb, and blind. James R. Mead, twenty dollars, ($20.)

S. J. H. Snyder, twenty dollars, ($20.)
John H. Clark, twenty dollars, ($20.)
Andrew S. Wilson, twenty dollars, ($20.)
David Whittaker, twenty dollars, ($20.)

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.

SEC. 3. This act to take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

Approved March 3, 1870.

Auditor may'issue warrants.

I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of the original enrolled bill now on file in my office.

THOMAS MOONLIGHT,

Secretary of State.

CHAPTER XIII.

LEGISLATIVE EXPENSES.

AN ACT making appropriations for expenses of special investigating

committees of the legislature for fiscal year ending November 30,

1870. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas :

SECTION 1. The following sums are hereby appropriated out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, for expenses of special investigating committees of the legislature for the fiscal year ending Nov. 30, 1870:

For expenses and mileage of J. H. Snead, member of Miscellaneour. the Cherokee Neutral Lands special investigating committee, eighty dollars, ($80.)

For expenses and mileage of J. K. Wright, of the same committee, eighty dollars, ($80.)

For expenses and mileage of Amos Sanford, member of the same committee, eighty dollars, ($80.)

For expenses and mileage of E. H. LeDuc, a member of the same committee, eighty dollars, ($80.)

For expenses and mileage of J. T. Burris, member of the same committee, eighty dollars, ($80.)

For expenses and mileage of M. B. Crawford, assistant sergeant-at-arms, with same committee, eighty dollars, ($80.)

Z. Jackson, member of special investigating committee

Miscellaneous.

on state capitol building, one hundred and eighteen dollars and fifty cents, ($118.50.)

L. D. Bailey, member of same committee, sixty dollars, ($60.)

M. V. Voss, member of same committee, ninety-three dollars and ninety cents, ($93.90.)

John McClanahan, of same committee, twenty-eight dollars and sixty-five cents, ($28.65.)

M. M. Murdock, of same committee, fifty-six dollars and forty cents, ($56.40.)

J. F. Broadhead, member of committee investigating penitentiary, one hundred and twenty dollars, ($120.)

M. B. Crawford, assistant sergeant-at-arms, for serving subpænas, mileage to Lawrence and return, for special committee investigating congressional delegation, fourteen dollars and forty cents, ($14.40.)

SEC. 2. 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 17, 1870.

THOMAS MOONLIGHT,

Secretary of State.

CHAPTER XIV.

MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES.

AN ACT making appropriations for miscellaneous expenses. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas :

SECTION 1. That the following sums are hereby appropriated out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated for the purposes hereinafter mentioned, for the fiscal year ending November 30, 1870:

Whitton & Weiss, for sundries for legislature, as per resolution, fifty dollars and five cents, ($50.05.)

David Ware, deficiency for water, fifty six dollars, ($56.00.)

Same, for janitor's services, two hundred and forty-six dollars, ($246.00.)

Joseph Brashiers, for services in cleaning out old capitol, and aiding in moving, and cleaning out new capitol, and putting things in order from December 15, 1869, to January 31, 1870, seventy-two dollars, ($72.00.)

A. McKinney, for making duplicate copies of laws of 1869, for printer, to replace those burnt in Record office, April 3, 1869, fifty dollars, ($50.00.)

Shorb & Blanchard, for shovels for engine room, five Miscellaneous. dollars and thirty cents, ($5.30.)

William Boyd, for wheelbarrows, eighteen dollars, ($18.00.)

J. D. Shull, for oil for pump one dollar, ($1.00.)

Thomas Moonlight, for seal for tenth judicial district, Miami county, and seal for judicial district of which Dickinson county is part, twenty seven dollars, ($27.00.)

Same, for seal for district court of Cloud county, eighteen dollars, ($18.00.)

Fairchild & Pierce, for goods furnished state penitentiary in 1868, twenty-six dollars and twenty-seven cents, ($26.27.)

Orrin T. Welch, for rent of building for state arsenal, as per contract, one hundred and seventy-five dollars, ($175.00.)

E. V. Blake, for hardware, etc., sixty dollars and seventy-three cents, ($60.73.)

A. Thoman, for cash paid for indicating stamp, twelve dollars and fifty cents, ($12.50.)

Isaac T. Goodnow, for per centage on sales of agricultural college lands, four thousand three hundred and fifty dollars and seventy-one cents, ($4,350.71.)

S. E. Sweet for ice furnished supreme court, ten dollars and fifty cents, ($10.50.)

R. W. Wood, for coal furnished penitentiary in 1868, twenty-seven dollars and ninety-five cents, ($27.95.)

For state agricultural society, twenty-five hundred dollars, ($2500.00.)

E. B. Fowler, for stationery furnished supreme court, twenty-seven dollars and fifty cents, ($27.50.)

For sheriffs arresting fugitives from justice, five hundred dollars, ($500.00.)

For sheriffs conveying prisoners to penitentiary, twenty-five hundred dollars, ($2,500.00.)

For binding fourth and fifth volumes of reports, two thousand five hundred dollars ($2,500.00), unexpended balance of appropriation for this object 1869.

For binding general statutes, 1868, fifteen hundred and sixty-nine dollars and seventy-five cents ($1,569.75), unexpended balance of appropriation for this object 1869.

For certificates of indebtedness issued during 1869, two thousand eight hundred and seven dollars and eighty cents, ($2,807.80.)

For regents of university and agricultural college, nine hundred dollars, ($900.00.)

Crane & Byron, for folding, stitching and covering senate and house journals, one hundred and forty dollars and thirty-one cents, ($140.31.)

Crane & Byron, for pressing sheets, gathering, collecting, parting, &c., adjutant general's report, and material destroyed by fire, $1,459.00.

G. 0. Wilmarth, for stationery for supreme court, thirty-six dollars and fifty-five cents, ($36.55.)

Miscellaneous,

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