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Employes to be paid out of contingent fund.

The secretary and all employees of the Senate and the clerk and all employees of the House of Representatives shall be paid out of the contingent fund, which shall be expended under the direction of the Senate and House of Representatives, as the case may be, on certificate of the presiding officer, countersigned by the secretary of the Senate or by the clerk of the House of Representatives.

Sec. 3. That this act take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

Approved January 9, 1922.

CHAPTER 3.

HOUSE BILL No. 363.
AN ACT making an appropriation for the support and maintenance of the

Mississippi State College for Women.
For support and maintenance of Woman's College.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Mississippi, That the following sums be and the same are hereby appropriated out of any money in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated for the purpose hereinafter indicated for the support and ma ntenance of the Mississipi State College for Women, for the biennial period beginning January 1, 1922, and ending January 1st, 1924. Support fund for 1922 (including salaries, books and

periodicals; printing; improvement of grounds;
student labor; laboratory materials, chemistry, phys-
ics; biology, botany and zoology ; hygiene, bacteriology
and physiology; sewing, millinery, arts, domestic sci-
ence, and academic departinents.)

-$150,000.00 The accrued interest from November 1st, 1921, to May

1st, 1922, upon funds paid into the state treasury as
proceeds of the sale of lands donated to the Industrial
Institute and College by the United States govern-
ment

4,694.66 The accrued interest from May 1st, 1922, to November

1st, 1922, upon funds paid into the state treasury as
proceeds of the sale of lands donated to the Industrial
Institute and College hy the United States govern-
ment

4,694.66 Support fund for 1923 (including salaries; books and

periodicals; printing; improvement of grounds; stu

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dent labor; laboratory materials, chemistry, physics;
biology, botany and zoology; hygiene, bacteriology
and phys ology; sewing, millinery; arts, domestic sci-
ence, and academic departments.)

150,000.00 The accrued interest from November 1st, 1922, to May

1st, 1923 upon the funds paid into the state treasury
as proceeds of the sale of lands donated to the Indus-
trial Institute and College by the United States gov-
ernment

4,694.66 The accrued interest from May 1st, 1923, to November

1st, 1923, upon the funds paid into the state treasury
as proceeds of the sale of lands donated to the Indus-
trial Institute and College by the United States gov-
ernment

4,694.66 Elevator service, heat, light, and water for public build

ings and campus, for each of the years 1922 and 1923 6,800.00 Departmental, apparatus, instructional materials and supplies, for each of the years 1922 and 1923

5,200.00 Provided, that the salary of the head of this institution shall not exceed $4,800.00 per annum, and the salary of no head of the different departments of this institution shall exceed $3,000.00 per

annum. How money to be drawn from treasury.

Sec. 2. The several sums of money herein above provided for shall be paid by the state treasurer out of money in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated as the necessities of said institut: on may require, upon written statement showing the necessity for drawing such amounts, made by the president or executive committee of said institution and approved by the president of the board of trustees, and all such sums that shall not be used shall

be covered back into the state treasury. Trustees, officers, etc., not to be interested in contracts.

Sec. 3. No member, officer or agent of the board of trustees or employe of the Mississippi State College for Women shall be a party to or interested in any contract for materials used by any contractor doing work for the institution, or supplies used or needed in any department of the institution. The president shall make or have made a full and complete itemized account of all expenditures of money appropriated by the state and submit the same

to the legislature not later than ten days after it convenes. Funds appropriated must pay all obligations of college.

Sec. 4. The funds herein appropriated, together with any other funds of the college, shall pay all obligations of the institution

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from January 1st, 1922, to January 1st, 1924. The above appropriation is made on the condition that no student shall be admitted from any county beyond the pro rata number allotted to each as provided by law; provided, if any county shall not have its full quota, the president may assign the vacancies to applicants from

other counties. Transfer of Funds-How same may be made.

Sec. 5. That the president of said institution, by and with the consent of the board of trusteees when the best interests of the institution will be served and economy and efficiency promoted, may transfer funds from one department to another. A statement of the date of said transfer, the amount transferred, and the reason for making the same, shall be spread at large on the minutes of the board of trustees. However, none of said funds so transferred shall be used for increasing or paying salaries.

Sec. 6. That this act shall take effect and be in force froin and after its passage.

Approved April 1, 1922.

CHAPTER 4.

HOUSE BILL No. 368.

AN ACT making an appropriation for the support, maintenance, furnish

ing and equipment of the University of Mississippi for the years 1922 and 1923.

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For support, equipment, etc., of the University,

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Mississippi, That the following sums be and the same are hereby appropriated out of any money in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated for the support, maintenance, furnishing and equipment of the University of Mississippi for the biennium beginning January 1st, 1922, and ending January 1st, 1924, to-wit : For interest on original Seminary fund, 1922

$ 32,643.00 For interest on 1894 land grant fund, 1922

9,965.49 LaBauve fund interest, 1922

1,420.00 For interest on original Seminary fund, 1923

32,643.00 For interest on 1894 land grant fund, 1923

9,965.49 LaBauve fund interest, 1923

1,420.00 For support, maintenance and salaries to supplement Seminary and land grant funds for 1922

80,000.00 For support, maintenance and salaries to supplement Seminary and land grant fund, 1923

80,000.00

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Special funds for 1922 and 1923 (including college of

liberal arts; school of law; medicine, pharmacy, engi-
neering, commerce and business administration; de-
partments of physics; astronomy, geology, chemistry,
biology, education, hygiene; furniture and equipment;
student labor and student assistants; light, heat and
water; library, printing, campus improvement 60,000.00
Provided, that the salary of the head of this institution shall not
exceed $4,800.00 per annum; and provided further, that the sec-
retary shall not receive more than $2,500.00 per annum.

How funds to be drawn from treasury.

Sec. 2. The several sums of money here nbefore provided for shall be paid by the state treasurer out of any money in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated as the necessities of the said institution may require upon a written statement showing the necessity for drawing such an amount made by the chancellor, or an executive committee of said institution, and approved by the president of the board of trustees, and all sums that shall not be used shall be covered back into the state treasury.

Funds to cover all obligations of college.

Sec. 3. The funds herein appropriated, together with any other funds of the University, shall pay all the obligations of the institution to January 1st, 1924.

Transfer of funds—how they may be made.

Sec. 4. That the chancellor of said institution, by and with the consent of the board of trustees, when the best interests of the insti. tution will be served and economy and efficiency premoted, may transfer funds from one department to another. A statement of the date of said transfer, the amount transferred, anci the reason for making the same, shall be spread at large on the minutes of the board of trustees. However, none of said funds so transferred shall be used for increasing or paying salaries.

Sec. 5. That this act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

Approved March 31, 1922.

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CHAPTER 5.

HOUSE BILL No. 367.

AN ACT providing for the support and maintenance of the Mississippi

Agricultural and Mechanical College for the years 1922 and 1923.

For support and maintenance of A. & M. College.

SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of
Mississippi, That the following sums be and the same are hereby
appropriated out of any money in the state treasury not otherwise
appropriated for the support and maintenance of the Mssissippi
Agricultural and Mechanical College for the biennium beginning
January 1st, 1922, and ending January 1st, 1924.
Support and maintenance for 1922 (including salaries) $165,000.00
Interest on agricultural land script fund and interest on

sale of the college land donated by the United States
government, 1922

14,387.36 Support and maintenance for 1923 (including salaries) 165,000.00 Interest on agricultural land script fund and interest on

sale of the college land donated by the United States
government, 1923

14,387.36 Fund for instructional supplies and equipment for the

years 1922 and 1923 (including the departments of
agronomy, veterinary, entomology, animal husband-
ry, botany, agricultural engineering, horticulture,
electrical engineering, physics, geology, civil engi-
neering, industrial education, business administra-
tion, chemistry, public discourse, bacteriology, poul-
try, markets and agricultural economics, dairy, ar-
chitectural engineering, agricultural education ; ma-
chine shop; wood shop; forge and foundry; regis-
trar's office; service bureau; laboratory equipment;
mechanical department equipment; library; gener-
al college upkeep and protection

80.211.00 Chemical regulatory work. Analysis of fertilizers, cotton seed meal and mixed feeds,

expense of enforcing food law, expense of enforcing
paint law and general support for two years

40,000.00 Central experiment station, support and maintenance for

1922 and 1923, including purchase of pure bred live-
stock maintenance and research in animal husban-
dry, in dairying, plant pathology, poultry, horticul-
ture, farm management; tests with tractors and farm
machinery; part salary, travel and incidental expenses
of directors office, bulletins

50,000.00

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