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An Act for raising a Revenue, and to appropriate money for the use of the Government, and to make certain appropriations, and for other purposes herein mentioned.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Assembly met, That the following sums of money be, and the same are hereby, appropriated to the respective persons Salary of and objects hereinafter mentioned, to-wit: As salaries, the sum of Governor four thousand dollars, annually, to his Excellency the Governor, - of State. and the further sum of two thousand dollars, annually, each, to ler General. the Secretary of State, Comptroller-General and State Treasurer; Treasurer, and the sum of twenty-four hundred dollars each, annually, to the Secretary secretaries of the Executive Department, and said secretaries shall Departm'nt receive no compensation for extra services; and the sum fixed by Messenger law, annually, to the messenger of the Executive Department; and Ex. Dept the sum of sixteen hundred dollars, annually, to the State Librarian; and the sum of two hundred and fifty dollars, in specie, or Solicitors its equivalent in currency, annually, to each of the Solicitors-General; and the sum of one thousand dollars, annually, to the Reporter of the Decisions of the Supreme Court; and the sum of twenty-five hundred dollars, in specie, or its equivalent in currency, Judges annually, to each Judge of the Supreme Court; and the sum of of Supreme eighteen hundred dollars, in specie, or its equivalent in currency, annually, to each Judge of the Superior Court.

Librarian.

General.

Court.

SEC. 2. That the sum of twenty thousand dollars, or as much Contingent thereof as may be necessary, be, and the same is hereby, approPrinting priated, annually, as a Contingent Fund; and the sum of twenty Fund. thousand dollars, annually, be appropriated as a Printing Fund.

Fund.

SEC. 3. That the sum of twelve dollars per day be paid to the President President of the Senate and Speaker of the House of Representatives during the sessions of the General Assembly; and the sum Mileage. of five dollars for every twenty miles traveled in going to and

of Senate.

returning from the seat of government, the distance to be computed by the nearest route usually traveled by public conveyance; Per diem of and the sum of nine dollars per day each be paid to the members

members.

Mileage.

Proviso.

of the General Assembly during the sessions, and five dollars for every twenty miles in going to and returning from the seat of government, under the same rules that apply to the President of the Senate and Speaker of the House of Representative: Provided, That no member shall receive pay from the State for any time that Exception. he may be absent, unless his absence was caused by sickness of himself or family, or he had leave of absence granted by the Senate or House.

<of Senate.

SEC. 4. That the sum of twelve dollars per day be paid to the Secretary Secretary of the Senate and Clerk of the House of Representatives for the session: Provided, That no warrant shall issue in favor of either, until his Excellency the Governor shall have satisfactory evidence that they have respectively filed in the office of the Sec

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For raising a Revenue for the support of the Government, etc.

Journaliz

and Engros

retary of State the original bills and papers appertaining to their
office, and have carefully filed and marked all reports of standing
committees, and all other papers of importance connected with
either House; the sum of twelve dollars per day each for the
journalizing clerks, assistant clerks and assistant secretary of the ing Clerk.
Senate and House of Representatives; and the sum of nine dollars
per day each to the enrolling and engrossing clerks of the Senate Enrolling
and House of Representatives, for the time they have been actually sing Clerks.
employed, which shall only be allowed them upon the certificate of
the Secretary of the Senate or Clerk of the House, stating that he
required their services, and that they were actually performed;
and nine dollars per day each to the clerk of the Finance and ·
Judiciary Committees of the House and Senate for the time they
have been actually employed, which shall only be allowed them
upon the certificate of the chairman of the committee, stating that
the services were actually performed; that the sum of nine dollars
per day be paid each to the Door-keepers and Messengers of the
Senate and House of Representatives of the General Assembly; Messengers
and the sum of five dollars be paid constitutional officers for every
twenty miles traveled in going to and returning from the seat of Mileage of
government, the distance to be computed by the nearest route
usually traveled by public conveyance.

Clerks of Committees

Door

keepers and

officers.

Salaries

fixed by law

SEC. 5. That the various sums of the annual salaries of all the officers of this State, whose salaries are fixed by law, and for the support of public institutions, be, and the same are hereby, appro-paid quarpriated, annually, and shall be paid quarterly, until they are other- terly. wise altered by law; that the sum of one thousand and fifty dollars ($1,050) be, and the same is hereby, appropriated to pay the salary of the Civil Engineer or Superintendent of Public Works, now due and remaining unpaid, for six months' services from the tendent of first of May to the thirty-first of October, 1870. The salary of the Attorney-General of this State shall be two thousand dollars per year, and in no case shall he receive any other compensation for opinion delivered, or for any other service.

SEC. 6. That the Treasurer be authorized to pay, from time to time, the officers of the government, whose salaries are appropriated by this act, seventy-five per cent. of which amount services have been actually rendered at the date of such payment, taking receipt from such officer for the same, which receipt shall be as voucher, and are hereby declared offsets to the extent of such payment to Executive warrants drawn at the end of the quarter for such officers' salaries.

SuperinPab. Works.

Attorney General.

Advances to officers.

Sup't of Lunatic

SEC. 7. That the sum of two thousand five hundred dollars be, and the same is hereby, appropriated as the salary of Superinten- Asylum. dent and Resident Physician of the Lunatic Asylum, and for support of pauper patients, employees, etc.; the steward of the asylum will be required to make regular quarterly reports under oath, to his Excellency the Governor, of the number of pauper patients Panper paand employees in the asylum, and the actual cost of their support, including all the regular expenditures of the institution; where

tients, etc.

For raising a Revenue for the support of the Government, etc.

upon his Excellency the Governor will be authorized and required to draw his warrant upon the State Treasurer for the sum required, allowing not exceeding seventy-five cents per diem for each person so reported for and during the period embraced in said report. For additional accommodations, of immediate necesColored Sity for the colored insane, idiots and epileptics, twelve thousand dollars; for heating apparatus for the same, six thousand dollars; for additions to main structure, to supply most urgent necessity, White for additional accommodations for the white insane, idiots and epileptics of the State, fifty thousand dollars.

patients.

patients.

SEC. 8. That the sum of eleven thousand ($11,000 00) dollars Academy be, and the same is hereby, appropriated to the Academy for the for Blind. Blind in this State for the maintenance of pupils and salaries of officers.

SEC. 9. That the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars ($150) be, and the same is hereby, appropriated as compensation to the Chaplains. Chaplain of the House of Representatives, and three hundred dollars to the Chaplain of the Senate, three dollars per day to the page of the Senate, and two dollars per day to each of the pages of the House of Representatives; and the sum of four hundred Reporter. and forty-eight dollars to W. D. Ellis, as reporter of the House of Representatives.

Pages.

and Secreta

SEC. 10. That the sum of sixteen hundred dollars be, and the Treasurer, same is hereby, appropriated to pay the clerk in the Treasurer's Comptroller office; and the sum of sixteen hundred dollars to pay the clerk in ry of State's the Comptroller-General's office; and that the sum of sixteen hundred dollars be appropriated to pay the clerk in the Secretary of State's office.

clerks.

L. Smith.

SEC. 11. That the sum of seven dollars ($7 00) per day be, and Pay to the same is hereby, appropriated to pay Lewis Smith for bringing water, sweeping and keeping in order the Representative Hall; To C. Pat. and five dollars ($5 00) per day to C. Patterson for attending to similar duties in the Senate Chamber, and out of which they are to pay all assistants employed; and the further sum of three Jackson dollars per day to Jackson McHenry for attending committee and McHenry. clerks' rooms.

terson.

SEC. 12. Be it further enacted, That the sum of sixteen thousand Institution dollars ($16,000) be, and the same is hereby, appropriated annufor the Deaf ally for the pay of officers and teachers for the Institution for the and Dumb. Deaf and Dumb, and for the support and education of the indigent

deaf and dumb children therein taught and supported; and the sum Repairs of of one thousand dollars for necessary repairs to the buildings; buildings. and the sum of two thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may

be necessary, to pay the past indebtedness of the institution; that the sum of eight thousand dollars be appropriated to the Atlanta Atlanta University under the same restrictions and regulations as University. the Athens Institution, so far as may be consistent with its present organization; that James Dunning of Fulton, David Irwin Commis. of Cobb, and George Ormond of Houston, be appointed commissioners to see that said fund is distributed for the purposes therein indicated.

sioners.

For raising a Revenue for the support of the Government, etc.

Principal
of

SEC. 13. That the sum of two thousand dollars be, and the same is hereby, appropriated to the Principal Keeper of the Peniten-Fenty. tiary as his salary.

SEC. 14. That the sum of three hundred and seventy-five thou- Public debt.. sand dollars, or so much as may be necessary, be, and the same is hereby, annually appropriated to pay semi-annually and quarterly the interest on the public debt.

expenses of

SEC. 15. That the sum of two hundred dollars be, and the same Contingent is hereby, appropriated to the Clerk of the House of Representa- Legislature. tives, and the sum of two hundred dollars to the Secretary of the Senate, to defray the contingent expenses of their respective offices at the session of the General Assembly, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

SEC. 16. That the several appropriations made by this act, except Appropria where otherwise provided by law, shall be made in national cur-payable."

rency.

tions-how

Court.

SEC. 17. That the sum of three hundred dollars, or so much Clerk of thereof as may be necessary, be annually appropriated to the clerk Supreme of the Supreme Court for printing and stationery, and for purchasing the necessary record books, and binding of the opinions of the Supreme Court.

for Legisla

SEC. 18. That the sum of one thousand dollars be appropriated, Stationery or so much thereof as may be necessary, to pay for stationery fur- ture. nished this Legislature through the Secretary of State.

warrants.

SEC. 19. That in all cases in which money is appropriated in Executive this act, or otherwise shall be drawn from the treasury upon Executive warrant, such warrant shall specify for what service, or on what account, the same is due.

SEC. 20. That when the performance of any service or labor for the State is authorized and directed by law to be performed or rendered, the compensation for which is to be fixed or approved by the Governor, he shall draw his warrant on the treasury for the amount so fixed or approved, and the same shall be paid out of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated.

Services authorized

by law.

Treasurer's

SEC. 21. Be it further enacted, That the Treasurer be allowed the compensasame per cent. for settling the convention scrip as is allowed the Comptroller-General.

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To. J. M.

SEC. 22. Be it further enacted, That the sum of five hundred dollars be, and the same is hereby, appropriated to J. G. W. Mills, Secretary of the Senate, for extra services during the present ses- W. Mills. sion of the General Assembly; and the sum of five hundred dollars to J. C. Hendrix, Secretary pro tem. of the Senate; and the sum of To. J. C. five hundred dollars to James M. Bishop, journalizing clerk of Hendrix. the Senate, as extra compensation, to be drawn upon the warrant Bishop. of the President of the Senate; and the sum of five hundred dollars to John J. Newton, Clerk of the House of Representatives, for extra services during the present session of the General Assembly; a like sum to M. A. Hardin, Clerk pro tem. of the House of Hardin. Representatives, for extra services during the present session; and the sum of five hundred dollars to Jackson T. Taylor, journalizing Taylor."

To J. J.
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