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For salary, territorial engineer.
$ 2,000 00 For fish and game warden
1,800 00 MISCELLANEOUS FUND. Sec. 7. For printing briefs and the expenses in
cases brought and defended by the Terri.
Territory and for stationery for his office..' 500 00 For printing dockets and calendars of the supreme court, and for stationery...
200 00 Sec. 8. Hereafter the sheriffs of the various counties of this Territory shall only be entitled to draw mileage for one person in charge of prisoners transported to the penitentiary, and they shall only be entitled to charge the actual expenses for the prisoners so conveyed, and shall be entitled to charge per diem at the rate of five ($5.00) dollars per day for each guard and the actual cost of transportation. Provided, That sheriffs shall not be entitled to more than one guard for two prisoners, and one guard for every three ad. ditional prisoners, and such sheriffs are hereby required to convey at one time all prisoners sentenced during any one term of court.
Sec. 9. Hereafter it shall be the duty of the different boards of election canvassers to cause the election returns to be sent to the seat of government to be forwarded by some express company, and upon delivery of said returns to said express company they shall take a receipt therefor, and immediately forward said receipts by registered mail to the Secretary of the Territory. Provided, further, That when the county seat of any county from which the returns are to be forwarded has no express company, then and in no other case, said board of election canvassers shall designate one of their number a special messenger to convey said returns to the nearest express office to be forwarded as above provided, and take a receipt therefor, and the said messenger shall be allowed for his services twelve and one-half (12-1) cents per mile for conveying said returns for each and every mile actually and necessarily traveled from the county seat to such express office. Sec. 10. Rent of armories...
$ 2,162 00 Pay for men and officers National Guard of New Mexico during encampment...
2,700 00 Traveling expenses of adjutant general.
500 00 Freight, maintenance of militia, postage and contingent expenses...
2,138 00 400 00
Provided, That only so much of the foregoing
amounts as may be necessary shall be used
for the respective purposes mentioned. Sec. 11. For the printing, binding and deli.
very of three hundred copies each of Vol. umes 14 and 15, New Mexico Supreme Court Reports ....
$ 1,800 00 To A. J. Abbott for compiling and editing vol
umes of New Mexico Supreme Court Reports for the years 1905 and 1906....
500 00 For territorial library for purchase of books.. 1,000 00 For territorial library, for freight, express, post
age, insurance, stationery, printing, labels for books, and other necessary incidental expeuses, or so much thereof as may be necessary ....
800 00 All appropriations for the territorial library shall hereafter be expended and disbursed under the management and direction of the board of trustees of the territorial library. Sec. 12. For contingent expenses governor's office, payable upon order of the governor..
3,000 00 Por postage, printing, express, blanks, and inci
dentals, or much thereof as may be neces. sary, the auditor is hereby allowed for the auditor's office.....
1,200 00 For services rendered the house of representatives there is hereby appropriated out of any funds in the territorial treasury, except the interest fund, the following: To Telesforo Mirabal
300 00 To Juan Santistevan.
150 00 To Fred Baca....
150 00 For postage, express, printing, blanks, publica
tion of quarterly reports, incidental expenses for commissions and exchange, or so much thereof as may be necessary, the treasurer is hereby allowed for the treasurer's office..
1,000 00 For contingent expenses, fish and game warden. 500 00 For expenses of New Mexico Historical Society. 500 00 For purchase of relics, documents and other historical objects ...
500 00 For printing and contingent expenses, office of
superintendent of public instruction, or so much thereof as may be necessary.
700 00 Office incidentals, superintendent of public instruction ..
Publishing annual report, superintendent of public instruction.
S 200 00 Publishing Flag Day program, superintendent of public instruction.
50 00 Stenographer office of superintendent of public instruction..
600 00 For salary of stenographer superintendent of
public instruction, during remainder of 58th
the Territory for said last named year.... 400 00 For traveling expenses during the remainder of
the 58th fiscal year there is hereby allowed to
150 00 For traveling expenses and office contingent
expenses, or so much thereof as may be
2,300 00 For traveling expenses of the territorial engi
neer or so much thereof as may be neces-
400 00 For contingent expenses and additional clerk
hire necessary, the Secretary of the Terri
1,200 00 For printing tax book and schedules and books
of account, records and blanks furnished
Section 2, Chapter 54, Laws of 1903.... 1,700 00 For printing, postage, and incidental expenses for the Bureau of Immigration .....
4,000 00 Provided, That the Bureau of Immigration may appoint one or more agents outside of the Territory to promote and encourage immigration into New Mexico. For per diem and expenses of sheriffs in convey.
ing prisoners to the penitentiary, or so much
5,500 00 For printing poll books, registration books and
other necessary blanks for the election of
600 00 For printing in Spanish, the laws and journals of
the 37th Legislative Assembly, the same to
upon completion and delivery to the Secre.
S 1,500 00 For printing in the Spanish langage the bills of
the 37th Legislative Assembly, to be paid out
2,000 00 Section 203 of the Compiled Laws of 1897 is hereby amended as follows:
"Hereafter, each year, it shall be the duty of the county commissioners of each county in the Territory, at their first meeting after the return of the assessment of the property for taxation by the county assessors respectively, to levy a special tax of three and one half mills on each dollar of the appraised value of all cattle in the county, to be known as the Cattle Indemnity Fund."
Such special tax shall be collected in the several counties and paid to the territorial treasurer in the manner provided by law for the collection and payment to such treasurer of other territorial taxes. Such fund shall be kept separately by such treasurer, and shall be used exclusively for the payment of indemnity claims for cattle that shall be slaughtered, and for fees, salaries, wages, costs and expenses provided under the provisions of this act, and shall be paid out by such treasurer on the order of said board. All moneys shall be assessed, levied and collected at the expense of the several counties, and where the commissioners of any county shall neglect or fail to make said levy, they shall become personally responsible to the Cattle Indemnity Fund in an amount equal to twenty-five per cent. of the levy." For translation of the laws and journals of the
37th Legislative Assembly, the same to be
Assembly of the laws and journals, and from
$ 1,200 00 Provided, All appropriations for the traveling auditor for contingent expenses and traveling expenses, shall be paid out of the Salary Fund monthly, and all appropriations made for such officer shall in like proportion apply to the balance of the 58th fiscal year.
Sec. 13. The Treasurer of the Territory of New Mexico is hereby authorized and directed to loan to the County of Quay, in the Territory of New Mexico, the sum of two thousand dollars ($2,000) for the period of five years, which loan shall be evidenced by a note payable to the order of said treasurer, executed by the board of county commissioners of said county, bearing interest at the rate of five per cent. per annum, interest to be payable semi-annually, and the Attorney General of said Territory is hereby directed to prepare the form of said note. The amount of said loan shall be paid to J. A. Street, of said County of Quay, or order, to reimburse him for wages of guard and jailor at the county jail of said County of Quay for the years of 1903 and 1904, upon presentation by him of itemized and verified account therefor. The county commissioners of said County of Quay are hereby directed and required to assess, levy and collect in the same manner as the general taxes in said county are assessed, levied and collected, a sufficient amount of taxes each year after this date to raise one-tifth of the said sum of two thousand dollars ($2,000), which said amounts as collected shall be retained in a special fund to be designated as the "Territorial Loan Fund," and shall be used exclusively for the purpose of paying the interest upon said loan and the principal thereof, and the same when collected and so placed in said fund, shall be turned over to the territorial treasurer at the end of each fiscal year hereafter to be credited by him upon the obligation of the said County of Quay.
Sec. 14. There is hereby appropriated to meet and pay the wages of the president of the council and chief clerk thereof, and additional clerks to be selected by the president of the council, at five dollars ($5.00) each, for ten days after the adjournment of the Legislature $500.00; and the further sum of one hundred and seventy-five dollars ($175.00), of which amount fifty dollars ($50.00) shall be to meet and pay the wages of an additional clerk in the house of representatives for the last ten days of the session, and one hundred and