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PASSED BY THE
STATE OF VIRGINIA,
SESSION OF 1906.
DAVIS BOTTOM, SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC PRINTING.
Acts and Joint Resolutions.
Chap. 1.-An ACT to reimburse the civil contingent fund of the governor
for the fiscal year ending March 1, 1906
Approved January 26, 1906.
Whereas cer for labor to opehe transportation United States
Whereas certain extraordinary expenses for the rent of offices for the State officials, for labor to operate the new light and power plant for the (apitol, for unusual costs for the transportation of fugitives from justice, for the entertainment of the president of the United States and for the state funerals of General Fitzhugh Lee •and ex-Governor Charles T. O'Ferrall, have been paid out of the civil contingent fund of the governor during the present fiscal year: therefore,
1. Be it enacted by the general assembly of Virginia, That the sum of two thousand five hundred dollars be, and the same is hereby, appronriated as an addition to the said civil contingent fund of the governor
r the fiscal year ending March one, nineteen hundred and six.
2. That an immediate emergency exists for this act, which shall tako sffect from its passage.
CHAP. 2.-An ACT to amend and re-enact the thirteenth article of section
183 of the Code of Virginia, as amended and re-enacted by an act entitled an act to amend and re-enact title 8 of the Code of Virginia, in relation to salaries, mileage, and other allowances, approved Feb. 7th, 1903.
Approved January 29, 1906.
1. Be it enacted by the general assembly of Virginia, That article thirteen of section one hundred and eighty-three of the Code, as amended and re-enacted by the act entitled an act to amend and re-enact title eight of the Code of Virginia, in relation to salaries, mileage, and other allowances, approved February seventh, nineteen hundred and three, be amended and re-enacted so as to read as follows:
Thirteenth. Of commissioner of agriculture and immigration and his clerk.—The commissioner of agriculture and immigration, the sum of ($2,800.00) twenty-eight hundred dollars, which shall be in full for his services; but all fees of office and all fees aceruing shall be paid into the treasury; his clerk, the sum of five hundred dollars per annum, which, with all other salaries and expenses of the bureau of agriculture, shall be paid from the fees and taxes collected on fertilizers, if sufficient for the purpose; if not, they shall be paid pro rata from said funds; but in