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salary, per diem and actual expenses of the regents and trustees of the state institutions, directors of the Penitentiary, board of managers of the State Industrial Reformatory, board of managers of the Soldiers' Home, School Text-book Commission, and the State Board of Education for the fiscal years ending June 30, 1910, and June 30, 1911, and fixing the salaries of certain officers herein stated :

1910.

1911. Regents State University, per diem and actual necessary expenses.

$1,000 $1,000 Regents State Normal School, per diem and actual necessary expenses....

3,000 3,000 Regents State Agrieultural College, per diem and actual necessary expenses......

1,750 1,750 Directors State Penitentiary, in full for salary and expenses, three at $900 each.....

2,700

2,700 Managers State Soldiers' Home, in full for sal

ary and expenses, three members $900 each.. 2,700 2,700 Managers State Industrial Reformatory, in full

for salary and expenses, three members at $1000 each. ..

3,000 3,000 School Text-book Commission, actual necessary expenses.

1,000

500 State Board of Education, actual necessary expenses attending the meetings thereof....

600

600 SEC. 2. The managers of the State Industrial Reformatory shall each receive as salary one thousand dollars per year, and the directors of the State Penitentiary shall each receive as salary nine hundred dollars per year, and the managers of the State Soldiers' Home shall each receive as salary nine hundred dollars per year, in full for services and expenses, to be drawn in twelve equal monthly instalments from the state treasury.

SEC. 3. The auditor is hereby authorized to draw his warrants on the state treasurer for the amounts and purposes specified in section 1 of this act upon presentation of verified vouchers approved by the chairman and secretary of the respective boards named in section 1; provided, that no vouchers for actual and necessary expenses of any member of the several boards or commissioners mentioned in section 1 of this act shall be paid until such member shall submit to the auditor of state proper receipt for such expenditures; and that no sum or sums shall be allowed for an amount greater than is hereby appropriated for the purposes hereinbefore mentioned.

SEC. 4. Each of the boards named in section 1 of the act shall keep, in connection with the record of their proceedings, a record of the amount allowed each for salary, per diem and actual necessary expenses.

SEC. 5. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the statute-book.

Approved March 12, 1909.

CHAPTER 36. CURRENT EXPENSES-OSAWATOMIE STATE HOSPITAL.

House bill No. 972. An Act making appropriations for the current expenses of the Osawat

omie State Hospital for the fiscal years ending June 30, 1910, and June 30, 1911, and for special improvements for the fiscal years ending

June 30, 1910, and June 30, 1911.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas:

SECTION 1. That the following sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are hereby appropriated, out of any money in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated, to the Osawatomie State Hospital for the fiscal years ending June 30, 1910, and June 30, 1911:

1910.

1911. Salaries and wages.

$68,000 $69,000 Maintenance and repairs..

120,000 120,000 All money paid to the treasurer of state from this institution, in accordance with section 3, chapter 482, Laws of 1903, and section 41, chapter 475, Laws of 1905, during the fiscal years 1909, 1910 and 1911, is hereby appropriated for the purpose provided in section 3, chapter 482, Laws of 1903.

SEC. 2. That the following sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are hereby appropriated, out of any money in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the fiscal years ending June 30, 1910, and June 30, 1911, for special improvements, and any balances left in these funds at the close of the fiscal year 1910 are hereby reappropriated for the fiscal year 1911:

1910.

1911. Painting and repairing roofs..

$1,500 Farm machinery and vehicles..

800 Two tubercular pavilions ..

16,000 $16,000 Improving water system and extensions.

6,500 SEC. 3. The auditor of state shall draw his warrants on the treasurer of state for the several sums and purposes specified in this act upon verified vouchers approved by the State Board of Control.

SEC. 4. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the statute-book.

Approved March 10, 1909.

CHAPTER 37.
KANSAS STATE PENITENTIARY.

Senate bill No. 646.
An Act relating to the Kansas State Penitentiary, and making appropria-

tions for the fiscal years ending June 30, 1910, and June 30, 1911. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas:

SECTION 1. That the following sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are hereby appropriated out of any money in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated : SALARIES.

1910.

1911. Warden

$2,500 $2,500 Deputy warden

1,500 1,500 Assistant deputy warden.

1,000 1,000 Clerk

1,200 1,200 Assistant clerk

900

900 Second assistant clerk

800

800 Physician

1,400 1,400 Chaplain

1,000 1,000 Priest

400

400 Record clerk

1,200 1,200 Parole officer

1,100 1,100 Expense, parole department.:

1,000 1,000 Stenographer

900

900 Storekeeper

900

900 Engineer

1,500 1,500 First assistant engineer..

900

900 Second assistant engineer.

800

800 Superintendent of clothing.

800

800 Superintendent of masonry.

800

800 Steward ..

800

800 Assistant steward

680

680 Yardmaster.

800

800 Superintendent of buildings.

800

800 Matron. ..

600

600 Assistant matron

500

500 Farmer

680

680 Eight tower men, at $680 each...

5,440

5,440 Nine cell-house men, at $800 each.

7,200

7,200 Ten shop-keepers, at $800 each..

8,000

8,000 Two doorkeepers, at $680 each..

1,360 1,360 Five postmen, at $680 each..

3,400

3,400 Three firemen at pump-house, at $600 each.

1,800 1,800 Two night-watchmen, at $680 each.

1,360 1,360 One captain of the guard....

800

800 Eleven guards, at $680 each.

7,480 7,480 Superintendent of brick-yard.

1,500

1,500 Assistant superintendent of brick-yard.

800

800 Insane-ward keeper. ...

800

800 Superintendent of mines.

1,500 1.500

800

1910.

1911. Engineer of mines. . .

$1,100 $1,100 Assistant engineer of mines.

1,000 1,000 Shipping clerk.

800

800 Pit boss.

900

900 Top officer.

800 Bottom officer.

800

800 Five fire bosses, at $800 each..

4,000 4,000 Ten mine officers, at $800 each.

8,000 8,000 Maintenance, convicts' earnings, repairs, re

wards, uniforms for officers, and incidentals.. 95,000 95,000 Supplies for brick-yard.....

800

800 Incidental fund for warden for entertaining, one-twelfth per month.....

200

200 Prison school and library, paying chaplain and officers for extra services.

2,000 2,000 New engine and generator.

6,000 Kitchen repairs and utensils.

5,000 New roof for boiler-house and repairs.

2,500 New roof and repairs for root-house.

500 Shale crusher for brick plant..

1,400 Laundry repairs and machinery.

500 And no greater sums shall be expended for the various items of maintenance herein named than those fixed by this act, and no expenditures for any item of salary greater than that named in this act; provided, that the salaries of the officers and employees herein per annum shall be the sum hereinbefore mentioned in this section.

SEC. 2. That the auditor of state is hereby authorized to issue his warrant upon the treasurer of state for the amounts and purposes specified in section 1 of this act, or so much thereof as may be necessary to liquidate all such accounts as may be presented to him, in accordance with section 17 of this act in relation to the Penitentiary, approved March 3, 1868; provided, that no account shall be allowed or audited unless upon itemized vouchers, verified by affidavit, showing that the funds appropriated are to be applied to the specific purposes for which they were appropriated.

SEC. 3. The following sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary, are hereby appropriated out of any money in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated, to the State Penitentiary, to be known as a contingent fund, to wit: For the fiscal year ending June 30, 1910, five thousand dollars; for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1911, five thousand dollars.

SEC. 4. In case of unforeseen reason specific appropriation should become exhausted, or for any other extraordinary reason it should become necessary to make expenditures of money for the benefit of the Penitentiary or its appurtenances, the warden of the Penitentiary shall make an estimate of the sum, minutely stating the purposes for which the money estimated is to be expended. Such estimate and statement shall be submitted to the board of directors; such estimate, with the statement for what purpose the money is to be expended, thus approved by said board of directors, shall be submitted to the Executive Council of the state at any regular or special meeting thereof, and, if approved by said Executive Council, the auditor of state shall issue his warrant upon the treasurer of state for the amount estimated by the warden, and the treasurer shall pay the warrant out of the contingent fund appropriated in section 3 of this act; but such money shall be expended for no purpose other than that which is designated in the estimate upon which the auditor draws his warrant.

SEC. 5. It shall be unlawful to allow any convict in the Penitentiary to perform any labor for private citizens outside of the Penitentiary grounds for hire or otherwise, and it shall be the duty of the warden to employ the surplus convict labor extending and repairing the state and county roads, and upon other work exclusively for the benefit of the state.

SEC. 6. It shall be unlawful for any person other than the convicts to be boarded or fed at the Penitentiary.

SEC. 7. It shall be the duty of the warden to furnish each of the employees of the Penitentiary, at Lansing, being the head of a family, 150 bushels of coal annually from the mine free of charge, this allowance to commence with the beginning of the fiscal year 1910.

SEC. 8. The warden of the State Penitentiary shall give a good and sufficient bond to the state of Kansas, to be approved by the governor, in the sum of one hundred thousand dollars, conditioned that he will faithfully perform the duties of this office and faithfully and promptly account and pay over all moneys which may come into his possession as warden of the Kansas State Penitentiary, the premium of said bond to be paid from the appropriation made for the maintenance of the twine plant.

SEC. 9. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its publication in the official state paper.

Approved March 12, 1909.
Published in official state paper April 3, 1909.

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