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To the sheriff of Shawnee county, and the clerk of the district court of said county, costs of suit in the cases of the State of Kansas versus N. Green, governor, and Martin Anderson, state treasurer, eleven dollars and fifteen cents ($11.15), to be paid out of the appropriation for the support of the penitentiary: Provided, The board of directors find the same to be due and unpaid.

E. B. Fowler, costs in case of State of Kansas versus Martin Anderson, fifteen dollars and eighty-five cents, ($15.85.)

The attorney general is hereby authorized to draw and receive the undrawn balance appropriated to him for traveling expenses and postage for the fiscal year A. D. 1869, upon filing with the auditor of state his account, duly itemized and verified as provided by section two of chapter three of the law of A. D. 1869, and said unpaid balance is hereby re-appropriated out of any moneys not otherwise appropriated.

C. R. Carpenter, for corn for penitentiary, furnished Miscellaneous. A. D. 1867, $69.15.

C. E. Gray, for per diem and expenses as witness before committee of ways and means, $18.00.

To purchase a law library for the state, two thousand five hundred dollars ($2,500.00), to be drawn and expended under the direction of the judges of the supreme court, and the books to be selected and purchased by them.

Clerk of supreme court, copying opinions for fifth volume supreme court reports, $75.38.

E. B. Fowler, as clerk supreme court, July term, sixteen days, $4.00 per day, $64.00.

To Prouty, Davis & Crane, thirty-six dollars for additional papers furnished members of the legislature, and not included in former bill, ($36.00.)

D. P. Mitchell, for services as chaplain in penitentiary, one hundred and ninety-five dollars and fifty cents ($195.50), to be paid out of appropriation for support of pententiary: Provided, The same is found due and unpaid.

William S. Burke for printing adjutant general's report, six hundred and fifty-nine dollars and ninety cents, ($659.90.)

William S. Burke, for printing senate and house bills,

Miscellaneous.

an act incorporating cities of the first class, and Leavenworth registry law, one hundred and nine dollars, ($109.)

Hon. J. C. Bailey, six dollars, re-appropriated for services upon joint committee visiting state university.

Hugo Kullak, for repairs to clerk's desk, house, eighteen dollars, ($18.00.)

Whitton & Weiss, for soap, one dollar and ten cents, ($1.10.)

To Wilhite Bros., for flour and meal furnished state penitentiary A. D. 1868, $26.00.

For second volume of adjutant general's report, twentyfive hundred dollars, to be drawn upon the certificate of the adjutant general, as prescribed by house concurrent resolution No. 69.

R. P. West, for roan mare lost in scouting, as per II. C. R. No. 65, one hundred and fifty dollars ($150.00.)

To Wm. Lamb, for his expenses in contesting his election as a member of the house of representatives, 1868, twelve dollars, ($12.00.)

To the legal heirs of Samuel L. Ellis, for amount due on pay-roll of Kansas battalion, who died in service, sixty-six dollars and eighty-nine cents ($66.89), to be paid out of the military contingent fund: Provided, That no account shall be allowed or audited unless verified by affidavit of claimant upon an itemized statement.

SEC. 2. 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 10, 1870.

THOMAS MOONLIGHT,

Secretary of State.

CHAPTER XV.

HOME FOR FRIENDLESS WOMEN.

AN ACT to establish a home for friendless women, and to make an

appropriation therefor. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas :

SECTION 1. That the sum of ten thousand dollars be, and the same is hereby appropriated out of any moneys in the treasury of the state not otherwise appropriated, for the purpose of purchasing a site and erecting a building thereon, in the county of Leavenworth, and State of Kansas, for a home for friendless women, and to be under the control, use and management of the association in the city of Leavenworth, known as “The Kansas Association for Friendless Women,” organized under the general corporation act of the State of Kansas, January —, 1870. Said site to be selected and said building to be erected under the direction and management of the trustees of said association: Provided, The city of Leavenworth purchase for and donate to the said association a site on which to erect said building, which site shall not cost.less than two thousand dollars in cash, and none of the funds No funds paid unherein appropriated shall be paid to the said association until a warrantee deed shall first be made to the association for such a site as they may select for the purpose of erecting thereon the building provided for in this act.

Sec. 2. That said association may elect one of its Superintendent, members, or any person not a member, to superintend the erection of said building, but who shall receive no pay from the state or said fund for said services. Said site shall not cost over two thousand dollars, and the building thereon shall be of such dimension that it may be finished by the balance of the said money.

Sec. 3. Said association shall receive in the institu- Who shall be adtion such friendless women from all parts of the State of Kansas as shall present themselves to the proper officers

til deed is made.

mitted,

Property purchased, how,

Auditor to issue warrants.

thereof for admission, and are found by them to need the instruction and care of said institution: Provided, That no distinction be made in such institution on account of race or color.

SEC. 4. The real estate and property purchased by said fund shall be purchased in the name of the trustees of said association, and shall be owned and controlled by said association and their successors.

SEC. 5. That the auditor of state is hereby authorized to issue warrants upon the treasurer of state for the purposes and amounts specified in the foregoing sections of this act, upon proper vouchers presented and verified by affidavit of claimant, and certified to as being correct, by the president and secretary of said association, or by such other member of said association as the trustees shall designate.

SEC. 6. That this act shall be in force from and after its publication once in the Kansas Daily 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 Daily Commonwealth March 8, 1870.

THOMAS MOONLIGHT,

Secretary of State.

CHAPTER XVI.

AMERICAN POMOLOGICAL CONGRESS.

AN ACT to reimburse the commission from this state to the American

Pomological Congress, at Philadelphia, its expenses in the discharge

of its duty. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas :

SECTION 1. That the sum of two hundred and ninety- Appropriation. one dollars and seventy-five cents is hereby appropriated out of any moneys in the treasury, not otherwise appropriated, for the payment of expenses incurred by the committee who had charge of the Kansas fruits at the “ American Pomological Congress," held in Philadelphia in 1869.

SEC. 2. That said committee is hereby authorized to Additional pay. use and apply the sum of three hundred and twenty-eight dollars and twenty-five cents, the balance of an appropriation approved March 4, 1869, reported in the hands of the committee unexpended, which sum, added to the appropriation in the first section of this act, shall be payment in full for the expenses of said committee.

SEC. 3. This act to take effect and be in force from and after publication in the Kansas Weekly 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 Kansas Weekly Commonwealth March 24, 1870.

THOMAS MOONLIGHT,

Secretary of State.

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