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LAWS

OF THE

STATE OF NEVADA.

6

LAWS OF THE STATE OF NEVADA,

PASSED AT THE

THIRD SESSION OF THE LEGISLATURE, 1867.

CHAPTER I.--An Act to create Legislative Funds.

[Approved January 26, 1867.)

The People of the State of Nevada, represented in Senate and Assembly,

do enact as follows :

lative Fund created.

SECTION 1. For the purpose of paying the salaries of the members State Legisand attachés of the present Legislature, the mileage of the members, and the incidental expenses of the same, the State Treasurer is hereby authorized and required to set apart from the first moneys coming into the General Fund not otherwise specially appropriated, the sum of sixty thousand dollars, which shall constitute a fund to be denominated “ The State Legislative Fund.” Any deficiency that may exist in the "Legislative Fund” of the last session may also be paid out of the Legislative Fund hereby created. The State Controller is hereby authorized and required to draw his warrants on said fund in favor of the members and attachés of the present Senate and Assembly for mileage and compensation due, when duly certified to him in accordance with law.

SEC. 2. The State Treasurer is authorized and required to set apart Contingent from the first moneys coming into “ The State Legislative Fund,” created by section first of this Act, the sum of nine thousand dollars, five thousand of which shall constitute the Contingent Fund of the Assembly, and four thousand dollars the Contingent Fund of the Senate. The said Contingent Funds shall be under the exclusive control of the Senate and Assembly respectively. Each House may direct the pay-exclusive ment of moneys from its own Contingent Fund, by resolution, and the Senate and Controller of State is authorized and required to draw his warrant in Assembly.

Funds.

To be under

control of

Exempt from Act relating to Board of Examiners.

accordance therewith. Said funds are hereby exempted from the operation of an Act entitled “ An Act relating to the Board of Examiners, to define their duties and powers, and to impose certain duties on the Controller and Treasurer," approved February seventh, A.D. one

thousand eight hundred and sixty-five. Money remaining

Sec. 3. Any moneys that may remain in either of the funds to revert to created by this Act, upon the adjournment of the Legislature shall re

vert to the General Fund.

General
Fund,

CHAP. II.-An Act in relation to Fines.

[Approved January 28, 1867.]

The People of the State of Nevada, represented in Senate and Assembly,

do enact as follows:

Fines to be paid into

Section 1. Allfines imposed and collected under, and for violations State Treas- of, any penal law of this State, shall be paid into the State Treasury, as

other State revenues are, and shall be applied to educational purposes. Repeal. Sec. 2. All former Acts, and parts of Acts, so far only as they con

flict with the provisions of the Act, are hereby repealed.

ury.

CHAP. III.-An Act to repeal an Act entitled “ An Act to es

tablish a Standard of Weights and Measures,approved Feb

ruary 28, 1866.

[Approved February 1, 1867.] The People of the State of Nevada, represented in Senate and Assembly,

do enact as follows: SECTION 1. An Act entitled “ An Act to establish a Standard of Weights and Measures," approved February 28, 1866, is hereby repealed.

Act repealed.

Chap. IV.-An Act to amend an Act entitled An Act to pro

vide for the formation of Corporations for certain purposes," approved March 10, 1865, as amended by an Act approved March 1, 1866.

•[Approved February 1, 1867.) The People of the State of Nevada, represented in Senate and Assembly,

do enact as follows: SECTION 1. That said Act be amended by adding thereto an additional section, as follows:

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