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JOINT RESOLUTION 7.
Providing For The Printing Of Bills, Rules, Reports, ETC., IN SPANISH. C. S. for C. J. R. No. 4; Approved February 21t, 1903.
Be it resolved by the Council and House of Representatives of the 35th Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New Mexico:
That there shall be printed in the Spanish language such bills, rules, reports, documents, and all other matter, as may be orded by this legislative assembly.
That the cost of the printing and all other printing in the Spanish language that shall be ordered by the 35th legislative assembly shall be paid for out of any funds in the hands of the territorial treasurer, except such funds as are for the payment of interest on the territorial debt; and the auditor is hereby instructed to so draw his warrants in payment of such bills as are incurred under this resolution upon completion and delivery of the work and the auditing of the accounts therefor as herein provided.
That the president of the legislative counciland the speaker of the house of representatives respectively be and they are hereby directed to appoint a committee to consist of three members of each of their respective bodies, which said committees shall meet and employ and fix the compensation of some suitable person to translate the documents and matters directed and ordered to be translated by joint resolution of the legislative assembly, and also to pass upon and audit the accounts of the printer for all such printing so ordered.
That the cost of translating and printing the aforesaid documents, etc., shall be paid out of any funds directed in the resolution providing for the pay of the same; and the printer is hereby directed to present his bills to the chief clerks of the respective houses of this legislative assembly for the printing of the auditor's and treasurer's reports heretofore printed, and the said printer is further directed to present his bill for the printing of five hundred copies of the report of the territorial secretary to the same parties, who shall transmit said bills to the committees herein provided to be appointed when the same are appointed.
JOINT RESOLUTION 8.
With Reference To Inspection By House Committee Of The College Of Agriculture And Mechanic Arts At Mesilla Park And The Military Institute At RosWELL. H. J. R. No. 9; Approved February 26, 1903.
Whereas, it is the desire of the faculty, the regents and the friends of the Military Institute at Roswell, and of the College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts at Mesilla Park, that these meritorious educational institutions be inspected by legislative committees of the 35th legislative assembly; therefore,
Be it resolved that the speaker of this house of representatives be requested to appoint committees to inspect and report upon the conditions of these institutions, these committees to enter upon and discharge their duties at once and report the result of their observations to the honorable house of representatives at their earliest convenience.
JOINT RESOLUTION 9.
Providing For The Payment Of Employes And ContinGent EXPENSES OF THE LEGISLATURE FOR SECOND TWENTY DAYS. H. J. R. No. 7; Passed over Veto, February 26, 1903.
Be it resolved by the House of Representatives and the Council of the 35th Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New Mexico:
That the sum of forty-six hundred and forty dollars ($4,640.00) be and the same is hereby appropriated to pay the salaries of interpreters, translators and contingent expense of the house of representatives of the 35th legislative assembly of the Territory of New Mexico.
That the sum of twenty-three hundred and fifty dollars ($2,350.00) be and the same is hereby appropriated to pay salaries of interpreters, translators and contingent expense of the council of the 35th legislative assembly of the Territory of New Mexico.
That upon presentation of this resolution to the auditor of the Territory of New Mexico, the said auditor shal l draw his warrant against the territorial treasurer in favor of Nestor Montoya, speaker of the house of representatives of the 35tn legislative assembly for the sum of forty-six hundred and forty dollars ($4,640.00) and in favor of J. Francisco Chaves, president of the council of said legislative assembly for the sum of twenty-three hundred and fifty dollars ($2,350.00), and said treasurer is hereby directed and ordered to pay the same out of any funds in the territorial treasury at the time of the presentation of said warrant, at his discretion, except funds in his hands for the payment of interest on the territorial bonded debt: Provided, that no amount herein appropriated shall be deducted from any funds which will in any way decrease the appropriation allowed the penitentiary.
That the said sums of forty-six hundred and forty dollars ($4,640.00) and twenty-three hundred and fifty dollars ($2,350.00) shall hereafter be paid out as may be directed by the said 35th legislative assembly of the Territory of New Mexico.
JOINT RESOLUTION 10.
TO SECURE PUBLICITY THROUGH THE PUBLIC PRESS OP THE PROCEEDINGS OP THE 35TH LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. C.
J. R. No. 7; Approved February 28, 1903.
Be it resolved by the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New Mexico:
That the secretary of the Territory of New Mexico be and he hereby is directed to mail to each newspaper printed and published in the Territory of New Mexico a copy of each bill and resolution introduced and printed in either branch of this legislative assembly as speedily as practicable after receiving the same from the public printer, and that the cost thereof be reported by the secretary at the end of the present session of this legislative assembly and an appropriation be made to cover the same.
JOINT RESOLUTION 11.
An Act Authorizing Necessary Corrections In The EnGrossed AND THE PRINTED COPIES OP BILLS, RESOLUTIONS, ETC. C. J. R. No. 11; Approved February 28, 1903.
Be it enacted by the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New Mexico:
Section 1. Hereafter the committee on enrolled and engrossed bills of the branch of the legislative assembly of this territory in which any bill, resolution, etc., shall originate, shall have authority to make such corrections in the enrolled and engrossed copythereof as shall be necessaryto rectifyany evident clerical error in the original from whieh such copy shall have been made, such corrections to be reported by the committee at the time when the report upon the bill, resolution, etc., is made.
Sec. 2. Hereafter the secretary of the territory shall have authority to make such corrections in the printed copy of the Session Laws of the legislative assembly as shall be necessary to rectify any evident clerical error in the enrolled and engrossed copy from which such printed copy shall have been made or as shall be necessary to secure uniformity in the publication of such laws.
Sec. 3. All acts and parts of acts in conflict herewith are hereby repealed, and this act shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage.
JOINT RESOLUTION 12.
Providing For The Printing Of The Governor's Message In Both English And Spanish. A. C. J. R. No. 1;Approved March 10, 1903.
Be it resolved by the Council and the House of Representatives of the 35th Legislative Assembly: That one thousand copies in English and one thousand copies in Spanish of the governor's message with all accompanying reports and exhibits be printed for the use of the governor and the two bodies of this legislative assembly. And that the message, without the attached exhibits, shall be included in the printed copies of the journals of the two bodies, when printed. That the territorial auditor shall draw his warrant in payment of the copies printed in Spanish, upon any funds in the hands of the territorial treasurer, except funds in his hands for the payment of interest on the territorial indebtedness, upon completion and delivery of the same; the English copies to be paid for by the United States. That the printing and distribution of such message be under the direction of the secretary of the territory, and that payment therefor be made upon bills audited and approved by him.
JOINT RESOLUTION 13.
Formally Accepting The Tender Of Oxford University Scholarships By The Late Cecil John Rhodes. C. J. B. No. 8; Approved March 12, 1903.
Resolved: By the Council of the 35th Legislative Assembly, the house concurring, that, Whereas: Under the provisions of the will of the late Right Honorable Cecil John Rhodes, of South Africa, relating to the establishment of scholarships at Oxford University from the British Colonies and the United States of America, New Mexico is granted two free scholarships in this ancient and honorable institution of learning, and,
Whereas: Under the testamentary dispositions of -the said will it will soon become necessary to officially select Stid designate candidates from this territory to enjoy the high privileges which said scholarships confer: Now, therefore, be it,
Resolved: That the 35th legislative assembly hereby gratefully accepts, and by this act does formally accept, in the name of the people of New Mexico, such generous bequest with all its attendant provisions as set forth in the said will of the Right Honorable Cecil John Rhodes;
Resolved: That we regard with profound admiration that sentiment of universal brotherhood which prompted the tender of such free scholarships, and we deem it a momentous step toward fostering those cordial relations now so happily existing among English-speaking peoples in every part of the world; and be it, therefore, further,
Resolved: That the territorial board of education be and hereby is authorized and empowered to assume charge of and arrange all details respecting the examination and selection of candidates from New Mexico for the enjoyment of said free scholarships at Oxford University, subject to the regulations promulgated by the trustees under said will or their legal representative in the United States; and it is hereby made part of the duty of the superintendent of publicn-d struction, secretary of said board, to keep an accurate reco i, of all such proceedings and report the same annually to thr governor of the territory; and be it further,
Resolved: That an engrossed copy of this joint resolution signed by the president of the council and the speaker of the house, and duly attested by the chief clerks thereof, be forwarded, through the secretary of the territory, to the Hon. John Hay, Secretary of State, Washington, D. C., with a request that it be presented, through the courtesy of the United States embassy at London, to said trustees, and that a copy, similarly signed and attested, be forwarded to Hon. Geo. R. Parkyn, of Toronto, Canada, legal representative of said trustees for the United States.