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For printing for the Legislative Assembly for the current session, the sum of five thousand ($5,000) dollars, in addition to the amount remaining to the credit of the Legislative Printing Fund, or so much thereof as may be necessary.
For the contingent expenses of the Governor's Governor's. office, the sum of one thousand ($1,000) dollars, in addition to the amount remaining to the credit of the Governor's Contingent Fund, or so much thereof as may be necessary.
For the rent of Supreme Court Clerk's office, the Supreme Court suni of four hundred and eighty ($180) dollars, in addition to the amount remaining to the credit of the Fund of the Clerk of the Supreme Court, or so much thereof as may be necessary.
For Legislative Committee in examination of ac- Legislative counts of Auditor and Treasurer, current session, and for Committee for the year 1875 (the year intervening sessions of the Legislature), the sum of one hundred and fifty ($15(") doilars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.
SEC. 2. All officers and assistants elected or enployed by the authority of either House, which are clerke not paid or provided for by the United States, shall receive the sum of five dollars per day for the num. ber of days actually employed.
Sec. 3. The Auditor of the Territory is hereby authorized and empowered to draw his warrants upon the Treasurer for the sums herein mentioned (as due the officers and assistants not otherwise provided for) upon the presentation to him of the certificate or certificates of the President of the Council, countersigned by the Secretary, or the certificate or certificates of the Speaker of the House of Representatives, countersigned by the Chief Clerk, for the pay of the officers and assistants of their Hlouses respectively, which said certificate shall specify the
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number of days for which the person or persons to whom, and the services for which said sum or sums of
money may be due.
Sec. 4. That the action of Secretary Frank Hall, in having printed two hundred (200) copies of Biennial Reports of the Territorial Auditor, and two hundred (200) copies of the Biennial Report of the Territorial Treasurer, and one thousand (1,000) copies of the Report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction, is hereby legalized and approved, and the Auditor of the Territory is directed to draw his warrants to pay for the same out of the Legislative Printing Fund, appropriated by the Tenth Legislative Assembly; Provided, however, That the Auditor shall first have satisfied himself that two hundred (200) copies of the Biennial Report of the Territorial Auditor, and two hundred (200) copies of the Report of the Territorial Treasurer, and one thousand (1,000) copies of the Biennial Report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction, have actually been printed and delivered at the Capitol for the use of the Territory, the same to be paid for as per contract between the Secretary of the Territory and the Publisher.
Sec. 5. For the payment of Albert R. Dyer, the sum of two hundred ($200) dollars, which sum is due said Albert R. Dyer for his services in translating into the Spanish language the Rules of the House and Council, together with the Governor's Message, for the Tenth Legislative Assembly, and the Auditor is hereby authorized, and it shall be his duty to draw his warrant on the Treasurer for the sum herein mentioned in favor of the said Dyer.
SEC. 6. For the payment of Edward L. Salisbury, (Secretary of the Council for the Ninth (9th) Legislative Assembly) the sum of fifty ($50) dollars, which sum is due said Edward L. Salisbury for his services and expenses incurred in attending upon and calling to order the Tenth (10th) session of the
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Council, as provided in section one (1), of chapter fifty-one (51), of the Revised Statutes of Colorado, and the Auditor is hereby authorized to draw his warrant upon the Treasurer for the sum herein specified
Sec. 7. That the Auditor of the Territory is hereby authorized and directed to draw his warrant on the general Contingent Eund in favor of Daniels, Fish- & Co. er & Co., of Denver, for the sum of one hundred and twenty-three dollars and fifty cents ($123.50), in payment for one hundred and eight yards of matting, ordered by resolution to be laid on the portions of the Legislative Hall devoted to the lobby.
Sec. 8. That all unexpended balances to the credit of each and every particular fund, as appearing from Unexpended he report of the Territorial Auditor of December 31st, A. D., 1873, be and the same are incorporated into, and added to the several appropriations respectively herein mentioned.
SEC. 9. For reimbursing those counties which have maintained prisoners in their respective jails, For support of sentenced to confinement in the Penitentiary, and prisoners in refused admittance therein by the United States Marshal, in consequence of there not being room in said Penitentiary, five thousand ($3,000) dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, allowing said counties one dollar per day for each such prisoner so kept in said jails.
Sec. 10. The sum of four hundred and eightyseven dollars and sixty-five cents ($487.65), to reim-Gco. T. Clark. burse Geo. T. Clark, Secretary of the Board of Immigration, for money expended by him in postage, printing, and rent of office in the business of said Board, and that the Territorial Auditor be directed to draw a warrant upon the Treasurer for said amount in favor of said Clark.
Sec. 11. The Chief Clerk of the House of Repre- For chief and sentatives and the Secretary of the Council, shall
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each receive the sum of one hundred ($100) dollars, and the Assistant Clerk of each House shall each receive the sum of seventy-five ($75) dollars for their services in completing the Journals, and doing all other necessary work after the close of the session, and the Auditor is hereby authorized to draw warrants for the same, after the completion of such work.
Sec. 12. All acts and parts of acts in conflict herewith, are hereby repealed.
Approved February 13th, 1877.
To amend an Act entitled “An Act to establish Assay
Offices in Colorado Territory."
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Be it enacted by the Council and House of Representatives of Colorado Territory, That section one (1) of “An Act to establish Assay Offices in Colorado Territory," approved February 8, 1872, be and the same is hereby stricken out, and the following inserted in lieu thereof: That there shall be established seven (7) Territorial Essay Offices in the Territory of Colorado, as follows: One at Central City, in Gilpin County; one at Georgetown, in Clear Creek County; one at Fairplay, in Park County; one at Boulder, in Boulder County ; one at Oro City, in Lake County; one at Rosita, in Fremont. County ; and one at some point in the "San Juan” mining country, said point to be selected by the Territorial Assayer appointed to such Territorial Assay Office.
Sec. 2. That section two (2) of said act to estab. lish assay offices in Colorado Territory is hereby
stricken out, and the following inserted in lieu there. Appropriation-of: There is hereby appropriated by the Territory
of Colorado to each of said assay offices the sum of five hundred ($500) dollars per annum, payable quar
terly; the first payment of one hundred and twentyfive ($125) dollars to be made to each assayer at the expiration of the first quarter of his term of office, and each of the remaining payments to be made at the end of the quarter for which payment is due in each year, and the Territorial Auditor is hereby autlrorized to draw a warrant on the Treasurer of the Territory for the said first payment of one hundred and twenty-five ($125) dollars in favor of each assayer, upon the application of the assayer, accompanied by a certificate from the Secretary of the Territory that his bond has been approved, and for each of the other payments as they shall become due by the provisions of this act, and the Territorial Treasurer is hereby authorized to pay such warrants out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated.
Sec. 3. That section five (5) of said act to estab- şub«titute for lish assay offices in Colorado Territory be and the same hereby is stricken out, and the following inserted in lieu thereof: That it shall be the duty of each of said Territorial Assayers to make assays of Patient cards way. all minerals from any portion of Colorado Territory presented to him for assay, and said Territorial Assayer making such assay shall be entitled to receive the sum of three dollars ($3) for each and every assay for gold and silver, and three dollars ($3) for each and every assay made for any other metal, giving a certificate of cach assay so made, bearing the seal of his office, signed by himself or by his deputy; said fees to be paid by the person for whom such assay shall be made.
Sec. 4. All acts and parts of acts inconsistent with this act are hereby repealed.
SEC. 5. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.
Approved February 10, 1874.