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House Bill No. 18.
AN ACT to appropriate the sum of three thousand three hundred dollars ($3,300.00) or so much thereof as may be necessary, out of any money in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated for the purpose of paying the state's portion of paving North President street, beginning at Mississippi street and running north to High street in the city of Jackson, Mississippi
AN ACT making a donation in the sum of twenty five
AN ACT to appropriate the sum of one hundred sixty dollars ($160.00) for fees erroneously collected from the Clarksdale building and loan association and the Colored building and loan association
AN ACT to repay the J. R. Watkins Company, by the hands of Z. M. McGehee, the sum of one hundred dollars ($100.00) paid for license to do business, which was never used
House Bill No. 531.
AN ACT to appropriate the sum of $50.24 to Tom Brown, in lieu of his Confederate pension for the year 1916, he having been erroneously dropped from the roll for said year...
House Bill No. 627.
AN ACT to authorize and empower the state auditor to issue a warrant to John Russell of Calhoun county
Senate Bill No. 269.
AN ACT to appropriate the sum of $50.00 to P. H. Brown, exsheriff of Tallahatchie county, Mississippi
House Bill No. 816.
AN ACT to appropriate $153.86 to S. M. Hollingsworth to cover a pension which he should have received out of former appropriations and which through error was returned to the treasurer
AN ACT making an appropriation to reimburse Webb Walley, sheriff of Greene county, for money expended by him in capturing and returning a fugitive from justice to said county, which said fugitive was afterward convicted and sentenced to the penitentiary for ten years..
AN ACT to authorize the issuance of notes of the state of Mississippi to meet the current and temporary needs of said state
Total appropriations as shown on the face of the appropriation bills for 1922
To be deducted-difference in appropriation bill and general salary bill
Total appropriations for 1922
LAWS OF THE STATE
Governor's private secretary's salary for 1923
HOUSE BILL No. 958.
AN ACT to appropriate money to defray the expenses of the legislative, executive and judicial departments of the state government.
To pay expenses of executive, legislative and judicial departments.
SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Mississippi, That the following sums of money, or so much thereof as may be necessary, be, and the same are hereby appropriated out of any money in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the purpose of defraying the expenses of the legislative, executive, and judicial departments of the state government.
Governor's salary for the year 1922
Governor's private secretary's salary for 1922
Stenographer's salary for 1922
Assistant state superintendent's salary for 1923
Chief clerk's salary for 1923
Two stenographer's salaries for 1922
Two stenographer's salaries for 1923
Traveling expenses (to be paid out on itemized state
ments to the auditor and approved by the gover-
Stamps, furniture, fixtures and special printing (to be paid out on itemized statement to the auditor and approved by the governor) for 1922 and 1923..........
State board of election commissioners for 1922
Traveling expenses (to be paid out on itemized statement made to the auditor and approved by the governor) for 1922 and 1923
Mississippi railroad commission.
Three commissioners salaries for 1922
of the total to be available for each commissioner, itemized statement of such expenses to be filed with the clerk of the commission) for 1922 Traveling expenses for three commissioners (one-third
of the total to be available for each commissioner,
Secretary's salary for 1922
Secretary's salary for 1923
Stenographer's salary (or so much thereof as may be
necessary) for 1922
Traveling expenses for rate expert (itemized statement to be approved by the chairman of the Mississippi railroad commission) for 1922 and 1923
Contingent fund for 1922
Contingent fund for 1923
Salaries of supreme court judges for 1922
the supreme court shall be officially reported,