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18 (H. B. 335) AN ACT to make an appropriation to defray the expenses of the lastitute for the Deaľond Dumb for the years 1914 and 1915.--
24 19 (H. B:621 AN ACTip appropriate money to defray the expenses of the
Institution for the Band and for the support fund for the Blind Institution for the years.1914 and 1915 and for other purposes.
26 20 (H. B.:72) AN ACT to provide for the support and maintenance of the State charity hospital at Vicksburg and for other purposes
27 21 (S. B:) AN ACT to appropriate two thousand dollars for the year 1914
and two thousand dollars for the year 1915 for the maintenance of the confederate veterans' hospital annex at Vicksburg, Mississippi, and to provide for the distribution of same
28 22 (H. B. 74) AN ACT to appropriate money for the maintenance and support of the Natchez hospital for the years 1914 and 1915--
29 23 (S. B. 168) AN ACT to appropriate money for the support and maintenance of the State charity hospital at Jackson, Mississippi.--
30 24 (S. B. 358) AN ACT to make an appropriation in aid of the Mattie Hersee
hospital of Meridian, Mississippi, and providing for the disbursement thereof for the years 1914 and 1915..
31 25 (S. B. 117) AN ACT making an appropriation in aid of King's Daughters'
hospital and training school, at Gulfport, Mississippi, providing for the disbursement of same for the years 1914 and 1915.
32 26 (S. B. 72) AN ACT to make an appropriation for the support of the Mis
sissippi Normal College and for equipments needed thereto for the years 1914 and 1915.-
33 27 (H. B. 594) AN ACT to make an appropriation to pay for water for the several State institutions located in the city of Jackson ---
35 28 (H. B. 815) AN ACT to make an appropriation to furnish fuel and lights for the government mansion for the years 1914 and 1915.
36 29 (H. B. 170) AN ACT to appropriate money to defray the expenses of con
ducting the capitol building and the departments therein of the State government and to improve and beautify the grounds.-
36 30 (H. B. 701) AN ACT to make an appropriation for necessary repairs and im
provements to the new capitol building and the grounds thereof and to authorize the capitol commission to expend said appropriation under the
provisions of sections 4657 and 4658 of the Mississippi code of 1906.--. 38 31 (S. B. 501) AN ACT to appropriate $400.00 for the purchase of fire-proof filing devices for the current records of the auditor's office...
39 32 (H. B. 24) AN ACT to pay the State's pro rata share of the street paving
on North West street and West Capitol street, and curb and gutter on North State street.
39 33 (H. B. 77) AN ACT appropriating the sum of forty thousand dollars
($40,000.00) for the use of the State live stock sanitary board for the years 1914 and 1915.
40 34 (S. B. 165) AN ACT to appropriate the sum of $1,000.00 to defray the expenses of the Mississippi text book commission..
41 35 (S. B. 9) AN ACT to appropriate money for the aid of agricultural high schools in the State of Mississippi during the years 1914-1915.
36 (H. B. 32) AN ACT to appropriate money for paying the traveling expenses
of the State organizer of school improvement associations and for pro-
support and providing the necessary equipment for the indigent soldiers,
sailors and their wives and widows, at Beauvoir..-.
as may be necessary to cover a deficiency in the annual appropriation for
scholastic years of 1911 and 1912-13.-.-
much thereof as may be necessary to pay for additional clerical help in
the governor's office during the legislative session of 1914.
treasury money to pay pensions to those whose applications were received
viding how such pension shall be distributed...
hundred and ninety-five dollars and thirty-six cents to reimburse the
improperly expended out of said Morrill-Nelson fund..
fees collected on automobiles during the years 1912 and 1913 under
chapter 108, laws 1912..
additional amount to be placed to the credit of the governor's contingent
by him. 45 (S. B. 233) AN ACT entitled an act to appropriate three thousand dollars
for the repair of the executive mansion for the years 1914 and 1915 and
to provide for such expenditures. 46 (S. B. 300) AN ACT to make an appropriation for the payment of steno
graphers fees in the taking of depositions in the anti-trust cases brought
by the attorney general, and now pending47 (H. B. 593) AN ACT appropriating $1,920.49 to cover deficiency in ap
propriation for water furnished by the city of Jackson to the insane
hospitial .. 48 (H. B. 15) AN ACT to provide for the maintenance of the geographical,
economic, topographical and soil survey of the State of Mississippi, and to provide for co-operation of the geological and soil surveys of the United States..-
49 (H. B. 78) AN ACT making an appropriation to pay the deficit due by the State for 101 Mississippi reports...
51 50 (S. B. 292) AN ACT to appropriate the sum of four hundred and fifty thou
sand dollars ($450,000.00) for the year 1914 and four hundred and fifty thousand dollars ($450,000.00) for the year 1915, for pensions for confederate soldiers, sailors, widows and servants of the war between the states..
52 51 (S. B. 108) AN ACT to appropriate the sum of $120.52 to pay balance due
on publishing the constitutional amendments during the year 1912 53 52 (S. B. 56) AN ACT to make an appropriation to provide clerical assistance
stationery, postage, prizes, and the general expense of conducting boys' corn club work in the State of Mississippi..
53 53 (S. B. 4) AN ACT to make an appropriation to carry out the provision of
sections 2927, 2947, 2948, 2949, 4346, 4347, 4348, 4349 of the code of Mississippi of 1906, providing for the relief in repayment of moneys
erroneously paid in privileges and State taxes and lands purchased.-- 54 54 (S. B. 173) AN ACT to aid the Mississippi historical society in preparing, printing and distributing its future publications.
55 55 (H. B. 461) AN ACT to appropriate the sum of $26,623.29, being $25,000.00
principal and $1,623.29 interest, to repay the amount borrowed from the Volunteer Life Insurance company, of Chattanooga, Tennessee, as an
emergency fund for the support of the penitentiary for the year 1912 --- 55 56 (H. B. 49) AN ACT to make an appropriation to cover the deficiency now
due in the Mississippi penitentiary and for the maintenance of said institution and for the purchase of certain live stock necessary to be bought at this time.
56 57 (H. B. 361) AN ACT to authorize and direct the State treasurer to pay to the
board of oyster commissioners twenty-three thousand dollars ($23,000.00) out of the oyster fund for each of the years 1914-1915, being the amount authorized to be expended under sections 3499 and 3506 of the code of 1906..
56 58 (H. B. 207) AN ACT to appropriate the sum of $7,478.33 from the State
treasury to reimburse the Merchants Bank and Trust company, of Jackson, Mississippi, for advances made for support of the State charity hospital in order to prevent the necessity of closing the same for lack of funds.
57 59 (S. B. 10) AN ACT to appropriate money for the support of summer normals 58 60 (H. B. 533) AN ACT to appropriate the sum of $199.50 to pay Mr. Leigh
Watkins for services rendered in examination of the books and records of the auditor, treasurer and land commissioner to ascertain definitely the amount that has been paid into the State treasury on account of land redemptions and to whom the said fees are due, in accordance with provisions of chapter 176, laws of 1912.
58 61 (H. B. 666) AN ACT to appropriate the sum of $1,050.00 from the State
treasury to pay the Order of Railway Conductors of America, for Missis-
Page 62 (S. B. 178) AN ACT making an appropriation for the general expense of the
State board of health and bureau of vital statistics, and for the eradication
59 63 (H. B. 476) AN ACT to pay Seasongood & Mayer, Cincinnati, Ohio, $149.94 interest on Mississippi bonds ---
61 64 (H. B. 257) AN ACT to appropriate fifty dollars for the payment of com
missions due the assessor of Hancock county, J. E. Saucier, for making
61 65 (H. B. 23) AN ACT to make an appropriation toward supporting the fire
department of the city of Jackson, for the bettei protection of State
61 66 (H. B. 284) AN ACT to appropriate money for the support and maintenance
and further equipment of the penitentiary and State farms for the years
62 67 (H. B. 459) AN ACT to appropriate the sum of $10,345.20, $10,000.00 of
which is the principal and $345.20 interest to repay the amount borrowed
63 68 (H. B. 206) AN ACT to appropriate the sum of $12,691.67 from the State
treasury to reimburse the Merchants Bank and Trust company, of Jack-
64 69 (H. B. 378) AN ACT to appropriate the sum of $12,691.67 to pay the First
Bank of Jackson, Mississippi, the sum of twelve thousand six hundred and
64 70 (H. B. 269) AN ACT to appropriate money to repay that loan to tbe State
of Mississippi to purchase additional land for the penitentiary in pur-
65 71 (S. B. 407) AN ACT to appropriate two thousand four hundred seventy-four
dollars and eighty-one cents $(2,474.81) to pay warrants issued under
66 72 (H. B. 297) AN ACT making an appropriation of $7,500.00 for replacing of
buildings lost by fire at Alcorn Agricultural and Mechanical College
66 73 (S. B. 375) AN ACT appropriating the sum of thirteen thousand five hun
dred ($13,500.00) dollars for the year 1914, and ten thousand dollars for
74 (S. B. 545) AN ACT to appropriate two thousand dollars to pay for the publication of constitutional amendments as provided by law..
67 75 (S. B. 592) AN ACT to appropriate an additional sum of three thousand dol
lars to cover cost of publishing constitutional amendments ro be submitted
to the people at the general election to be held in November, 1914.------- 68 76 (H. B. 272) AN ACT to appropriate money from the State treasury to pay
J. A. P. Campbell five thousand dollars loaned to the State of Mississippi on the twenty-first day of March, A. D. 1913, for which the governor of the State executed a note for said sum and interest at five per cent per annum, payable February 1, 1914..
68 77 (H. B. 462) AN ACT to appropriate $8,500.00 to repay the National City
Bank of New York that amount borrowed for the mansion repair fund and
support of the department of archives and history for the year 1912 ----- 69 78 (S. B. 70) AN ACT to appropriate the sum of one hundred thirty-two dollars
and fifty cents to pay Horace and Millie Oliver the sum of one hundred and thirty-two dollars and fifty cents for money paid to the State of Mississippi to perfect title to a land sold to the State in 1903 upon which they had paid taxes for said year to the sheriff and tax collector as authorized by Senate
Bill No. 358 of session 1912.--. 79 (H. B. 463) AN ACT to appropriate the sum of $5,178.35, $5,000.00 of which
is principal and $178.35 interest, to repay the Capital National Bank of Jackson, Mississippi, the amount and interest borrowed for the use of the
legislative invertigating committee -80 (H. B. 208) AN ACT to appropriate $20,365.00 from the State treasury to
reimburse the Merchants Bank and Trust company, of Jackson, Mississippi, for advances made to Governor Earl Brewer for use of the joint legislative investigating committee selected by special session of the legislature in June, 1913, to investigate the several State institutions and de
partments... 81 (S. B. 506) AN ACT to appropriate money to pay balance due expert ac
countants for checking up the books and records of State offices and institutions under the direction of the joint legislative investigating committee.
71 82 (H. B. 147) AN ACT to appropriate money to pay the mileage and per diem
of the presidential electors for on, meeting held in the city of Jackson, on the 13th day of January, 1913, as directed by section 4209 of the Mississippi code of 1906.-
72 83 (H. B. 465) AN ACT to appropriate $1,537.72, $1,500.00 of which is prin
cipal and $37.72 interest, to repay the Jackson Bank the amount borrowed for the support of the national guard in 1913.-
72 84 (H. B. 75) AN ACT to appropriate the sum of $4,300.33 to enable the
Natchez hospital to pay indebtedness in that sum incurred by it during the years 1912, 1913 in excess of its revenu s.
73 85 (H. B. 464) AN ACT to appropriate the sum of $5,596.07, $5,250.00 of which
is principal and $346.07 interest, on loan secured from the Capital National Bank, of Jackson, Mississippi, to pay the difference between interest appropriated for the $600,000.00 borrowed from Kidder, Peabody & Co., for the year 1912 and the amount actually needed to pay it 73