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Chap. 74 (H. B. 862)
AN ACT making an appropriation for the purpose of draining the Parchman farm.
Chap. 75 (H. B. 863)
AN ACT to appropriate $929.00 to pay E. L. Fontaine for a drainage survey made by him.
Chap. 76 (S. B. 469)
AN ACT to appropriate the sum of $6,000.00 for the purpose of purchasing gravel and other road material to gravel a road east and west through the Rankin county state farm in Rankin county, and providing by whom and in what manner said funds are to be expended.
Chap. 77 (H. B. 408)
Page 75 AN ACT to appropriate the sum of five thousand dollars ($5,000.00) for the purpose of purchasing gravel and road material to gravel roads on and adjacent to the O'Keefe or Quitman county farm in Quitman county, Mississippi.
Chap. 78 (H. B. 742)
Page 76 AN ACT to appropriate money for the construction of a spur track or siding on the O'Keefe penitentiary farm.
Chap. 79 (H. B. 352)
AN ACT to appropriate fifty two thousand five hundred dollars ($52,500.00) out of moneys turned into the state treasury from the sale of feed, fertilizer and cotton seed meal tags, for the use of the department of agriculture and commerce in enforcing the said laws during the years 1922 and 1923.
Chap. 80 (H. B. 354)
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AN ACT to appropriate the sum of eight thousand dollars ($8,000.00) for the use of the department of agriculture and commerce during the years 1922 and 1923, in the enforcement of chapter 191 of the laws of 1918, entitled "An Act to regulate dairies, creameries, milk and cream buying and skimming stations, and the sale and purchase of milk and cream and the by-products of same, in the state of Mississippi, placing same under the supervision of the commissioner of agriculture of the state," etc.
Chap. 81 (H. B. 315)
AN ACT to appropriate the sum of two hundred eighty five dollars and twenty nine cents ($285.29) out of any money in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated for the purpose of paying the expenses of the conservation commission.
Chap. 82 (S. B. 38)
Page 79 AN ACT to authorize and direct the state treasurer to pay the board of oyster commissioners, twenty three thousand dollars ($23,000.00) out of the oyster fund, for each of the years 1922 and 1923, being the amount authorized to be expended under sections 3499 and 3506 of the code of 1906.
Chap. 83 (H. B. 130)
AN ACT making an appropriation of eighty thousand dollars in the aid and maintenance of the harbor and channel of the port of Gulfport.
Chap. 84 (S. B. 25)
AN ACT to make an appropriation to carry out the provisions of sections 2927, 2947, 2948, 2949, 4346, 4347, 4348, 4349 of the code of Mississippi of 1906, providing for the relief in repayment of money erroneously paid in privileges and state taxes and lands purchased.
Chap. 85 (H. B. 801)
Page 81 AN ACT making an appropriation to refund taxes erroneously paid into the state treasury during the years 1920 and 1921 for which claims have been filed in the state auditor's office and approved by the attorney general and for which there was a deficit in the appropriations for said years.
Chap. 86 (H. B. 797)
AN ACT to appropriate money to pay the principal and interest on state obligations maturing during the biennial period 1922 and 1923
Chap. 87 (H. B. 316)
Page 83 AN ACT to appropriate the sum of $104,833.15, or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay and retire the notes executed by the governor of Mississippi to cover amounts loaned to the State Charity Hospital, of Jackson, Mississippi, the Blind Institute, of Jackson, Mississippi, and fo the relief of Braxton cyclone sufferers.
Chap. 88 (H. B. 967)
AN ACT to make an appropriation of the sum of $125,000.00 for repairs, necessary equipment, etc., for various state institutions for the years 1922-1923.
Chap. 89 (H. B. 796)
AN ACT to appropriate money for the payment of all past due bonds and interest for which an appropriation has been made but lapsed
Chap. 90 (S. B. 468)
AN ACT to appropriate three thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to pay the expenses of advertising and negoti ating the issuance and sale and printing or lithographing of state bonds, and other expenses necessary in securing the approval and delivery of said bonds, and repealing section 10 of chapter 112, laws 1920.
Chap. 91 (S. B. 478)
AN ACT to appropriate funds for the payment of fees to agents other than the state treasurer for paying principal and interest due on state bonds.
Chap. 92 (H. B. 966)
AN ACT to appropriate money for assessors salaries for 1922 and 1923.
Chap 93 (S. B. 15)
AN ACT to appropriate the sum of eight thousand three hundred and eighty nine dollars ($8,389.00) to finish paying claims of county tax assessors for services rendered in the matter of assessing taxes in their respective counties for the year 1919, hitherto due and erroneously withheld.
Chap. 94 (S. B. 233)
AN ACT to appropriate one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) to pay Calhoun county for expenses for the reassessment of the property of the county for the year 1920.
Chap. 95 (H. B. 361)
AN ACT to appropriate the sum of $25,000.00, or so much thereof as may be necessary, for the biennium 1922-1923, to be used in freight and express rates litigation and investigation, and to be expended under the supervision of the attorney general.
Chap. 96 (H. B. 800)
AN ACT to appropriate the sum of $25,000.00 or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the expense incurred by the state in rate litigation with the Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph Company.
Chap. 97 (S. B. 459)
Page 89 AN ACT appropriating the sum of $3,037.50 out of the state treasury to pay to Hathorn and Williams, and Rawls and Hathorn, attorneys, as fees for services as attorneys for State Land Commissioner in the suit of the State of Mississippi, ex. rel. Land Commissioner, vs. Edward Hines Yellow Pine Trustees.
Chap. 98 (H. B. 64)
AN ACT to appropriate money to pay the mileage and per diem of the presidential electors for one meeting held in the city of Jackson, on the 10th day of January, 1921, as directed by section 4209 of the Mississippi code of 1906.
Chap. 99 (H. B. 962)
AN ACT to appropriate the sum of one thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to defray the expense of publication of the constitutional amendments, as provided by law.
Chap. 100 (H. B. 455)
AN ACT making an appropriation to pay one half of the cost and expenses in the case of State of Arkansas vs. State of Mississippi.
Chap. 101 (S. B. 344)
AN ACT to appropriate the sum of $351.39 to George R. Edwards, former railroad commissioner, for his salary as such for the month of January and the first half of February, 1922, and his expense account for that time.
Chap. 102 (H. B. 285)
AN ACT making an appropriation towards supporting the fire depart ment of the city of Jackson, for the better protection of the state property for the years 1922 and 1923.
Chap. 103 (H. B. 972)
AN ACT to appropriate the sum of $20.00 to pay Hon. Chas L. Rush ing for two days service as special circuit judge.
Chap. 104 (H. B. 887)
AN ACT to appropriate six hundred and eighty dollars ($680.00) to pay the deficit in the appropriation to pay special judges and chancellors for their services during the years 1920 and 1921.
Chap. 105 (H. B. 18)
AN ACT to appropriate the sum of three thousand three hundred dollars ($3,300.00) or so much thereof as may be necessary, cut 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.
Chap. 106 (H. B. 866)
AN ACT making a donation in the sum of twenty five hundred dollars ($2,500.00), or so much thereof as may be necessary for the relief of cyclone sufferers of Alcorn county, Mississippi.
Chap. 107 (H. B. 832)
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
Chap. 108 (H. B. 218)
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.
Chap. 109 (H. B. 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.
Chap. 110 (H. B. 627)
AN ACT to authorize and empower the state auditor to issue a warrant to John Russell of Calhoun county.
Chap. 111 (S. B. 269)
AN ACT to appropriate the sum of $50.00 to P. H. Brown, ex-sheriff of Tallahatchie county, Mississippi.
Chap. 112 (H. B. 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.
Chap. 113 (S. B. 298)
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
Chap. 114 (H. B. 952)
Page 98 AN ACT to raise revenue to carry on the state government of Mississippi for the years 1922 and 1923.
Chap. 115 (H. B. 957)
AN ACT to authorize the issuance of notes of the state of Mississippi to meet the current and temporary needs of said state.
Chap. 116 (S. B. 126)
AN ACT imposing an excise tax on persons engaged in the business of selling or distributing gasoline, providing for the payment of such tax and providing a method of payment thereof and the distribution of the funds derived therefrom, and fixing the penalties for the violation of any of the provisions of this act.
Chap. 117 (H. B. 436)
AN ACT to amend section 29 of chapter 104 of the laws of 1920 so as to provide for a privilege tax on employes of fire insurance agents who solicit fire insurance.