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Seventh district
Eighth district.
Ninth district.
Tenth district.
Eleventh district.
Twelfth district. .
Thirteenth district.
Fourteenth district.
Fifteenth district.
Sixteenth district.
Seventeenth district.
Eighteenth district.
Nineteenth district.
Twentieth district.
Twenty-first district.
Twenty-second district.
Twenty-third. district.
Twenty-fourth district.
Twenty-ninth district.
Thirtieth district. .
Thirty-first district.
Thirty-second district.
Thirty-third district.
Thirty-fourth district.
Thirty-fifth district.
Thirty-sixth district.
Thirty-seventh district.
Thirty-eighth district.

1910. $3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,500 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000

3,000 $102,500

1911. $3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,500 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000 3,000

3,000 $102,500

$283 03

TO THE TAX COMMISSION.

1911.

1910. Salary, three commissioners at $2500 each. .

$7,500 2,000 1,200 1,900 2,500

1909.

$7,500 Salary, secretary.

2,000 Salary, clerk and stenographer.

1,200 Extra clerk hire...

1,900 Traveling expenses Tax Commission.. $1,000 2,500 Contingent fund for postage, tele

graph, telephone, express, office supplies, necessary to the transaction of the business of the commis

2,000

$1,000 $17,100 TO THE STATE BOARD OF HEALTH.

1910. Secretary.

$2,500 Bacteriologist.

1,200 Clerk and stenographer.

900 Stenographer.

720 Four food and drug inspectors, $1200 each. .

4,800

sion. . .

2,000 $17,100

1911. $2,500 1,200 900 720

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4,800

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Sanitary fund ..
Emergency fund for the suppression

of epidemic diseases, and to be used
only on the approval of the gov-
ernor; balance of 1910 appropria-

tion to be reappropriated for 1911, Expenses of members of the board to

carry out the provisions of chapter 129, Laws of 1885, postage and in

cidentals.
Deficiency expenses of mem-

bers of the board for
meeting of March 7 and
8, 1907:
H. M. Bently.....

$29 00
J. B. Carlile.

33 70 G. E. Locke..

16 95 C. H. Lerrigo..

10 00 C. D. Welch.

29 50 L. A. Golden..

73 60

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Traveling expenses of inspectors....
Miscellaneous and incidental expenses,

including expenses of the chief food
and drug inspector to the annual
conference of federal and state food
commissioners, as authorized in sec-
tion 12, chapter 266, of the Laws of
1907; and the expenses of a repre-
sentative of the State Board of
Health to the annual meeting of the
Surgeon General of the Public
Health and Marine Hospital Serv-
ice, with state and territorial boards
of health, as authorized by an act
of Congress dated July 1, 1902, and
for other trips outside the state

upon order of the governor...... For equipment and maintenance of

laboratory of hygiene...

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TO THE STATE BOARD OF MEDICAL REGISTRATION AND EXAMINATION.

1910.

1911. Secretary..

$800 $800 Incidental expenses necessary to the transaction of the business of the board.....

300

300 Per diem and traveling expenses of members of board..

1,200 1,200

$2,300 $2,300 TO THE STATE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.

1910.

1911. Secretary...

$1,500 $1,500 Clerk and stenographer..

720

720 Secretary's traveling expenses attending meetings in Kansas...

200

200 Incidental exp

ses necessary to the transaction of the business of the office......

500

500 All expenses of the society's meetings and of the executive board............

300

200 For purchase of an adding-machine.

300 Horticultural books and papers...

100

100

$3,620 $3,320 TO THE STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY.

1910.

1911. Secretary. .

$2,000 $2,000 Assistant secretary.

1,200 1,200 Clerk of archives..

1,200 1,200 Cataloguer.

900

900 Newspaper clerk.

900

900 Accession clerk and stenographer..

900

9CO Postage, freight, extra clerk hire, and contingent expenses.

800

800 Purchase of books..

700

700

$8,600 $8,600 TO THE BUREAU OF LABOR AND INDUSTRY.

1910.

1911. Labor commissioner and factory inspector...... $2,000 $2,000 Assistant commissioner and factory inspector... 1,500 1,500 One deputy factory inspector..

1,200 1,200 One statistical clerk....

1,000 1,000 One stenographer. ..

900

900 Incidental and traveling expenses, which shall

include expenses of the commissioner attending national conventions of factory inspectors and labor bureau officials' convention, and actual traveling expenses of deputy factory inspectors.

2,700 2,700 Special agents and other assistants.

800

800 Postage and express..

800

800 Expenses of members of bureau, delegates and annual meeting. ..

500

500 $11,400 $11,400

TO THE TRAVELING LIBRARIES COMMISSION.

1910.

1911. Secretary.

$1,200 $1,200 Assistant.

600

600 Purchase of books..

3,000 3,000 Per diem and expenses of members of commission. ..

200

200

$5,000 $5,000 Provided, that each non-resident member of the Kansas Traveling Libraries Commission shall receive three dollars per day for each day actually consumed in attendance upon the meetings of the commission, which said meetings shall not exceed four in any one year, and traveling and actual necessary expenses while attending meetings.

SEC. 2. The auditor of state is hereby authorized to issue his warrants on the treasurer of state for the amounts and purposes specified in this act; provided, that no voucher for actual traveling expenses of any person mentioned in section 1 of this act shall be paid until such person shall submit to the auditor of state proper receipts. · SEC. 3. In all cases in which appropriations are made by the provisions of this act, the officer or person having charge of such appropriation shall in no case, by any contract, act, or proceeding, attempt to obligate the state of Kansas at any time to pay a larger sum or sums than that herein specifically appropriated; and no larger sum or sums shall be audited by the auditor for the purposes herein mentioned and are herein appropriated, and in no case shall any appropriation herein provided for be used for any purpose or purposes except that specifically stated herein. And no officer or employee of the state shall purchase any article for any of the executive and judicial departments of the state on the state's credit, unless a specific appropriation has been made therefor.

SEC. 4. It shall be the duty of all salaried state officers, their assistants and clerks, and they are hereby required, as provided in section 6091, General Statutes of 1901, to accourt for and deliver to the treasurer of state all fees received by them, and to account for and turn over to the treasurer of state all fees collected by them, or either of them, for making certified copies of any and all documents, requisitions, or of any and all other papers for which they may charge and receive a fee; which said fees shall be credited by the treasurer of state to the general revenue fund of the states as is now provided for by law.

SEC. 5. Any person to whom money is payable out of the appropriations provided for in this act shall file with the auditor of state an itemized account made in conformity with the statutes authorizing the expenditure, duly certified by his affidavit that such an amount is just, correct and due, and the expenditure was necessarily and actually made. Such an account shall be approved by the officer having charge of the appropriation; and the vouchers for salaries of stenographers for the judicial districts, as provided for in section 1 of this act, shall be approved by the judges of the district courts to which the stenographers are accredited.

SEC. 6. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the official state paper.

Approved March 10, 1909.
Published in official state paper March 16, 1909.

CHAPTER 6.
PURCHASE OF GENERAL STATUTES OF 1909.

Substitute for Senate bill No. 387.
An Act to authorize the secretary of state to purchase a certain number

of the General Statutes of Kansas, 1909; to make distribution, and

making an appropriation therefor. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas :

SECTION 1. The state hereby accepts the proposition of Crane & Company to furnish to the state of Kansas one thousand copies of the General Statutes of Kansas, 1909, compiled edited, printed, bound, executed and finished in one volume. and delivered in all respects equal to the General Statutes of Kansas, 1901, and with references to all supreme and appellate courts reports to date of publication; and the secretary of state shall be and is hereby authorized and directed to purchase from said Crane & Company one thousand copies of said compilation of statutes of the state of Kansas, at the price of three dollars for each copy; provided, said Crane & Company shall sell copies of said statutes to residents of the state of Kansas at a price not to exceed six dollars per copy; and provided also, that at any time until May 1, 1910, any county or city may purchase a sufficient number of copies for the use of its officers at a price not to exceed three dollars per copy.

SEC. 2. The secretary of state is hereby instructed to dispose of said statutes immediately upon their delivery as follows: First, he shall deposit one hundred copies thereof in the state library for the purpose of exchanges, and after such exchanges have been made, the balance of said one hundred copies to be

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