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OF THE REVENUES OF THE STATE.

CHAPTER 31.

OF THE REVENUES OF THE STATE.

AN ACT Making Appropriations for the Expenses of the State Gov

ernment other than Legislative Expenses, for the fiscal year ending on Monday immediately preceding the second Tuesday of January in the year of our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Fourteen.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Delaware in General Assembly met:

year 1914

Section 1. That the several amounts named in this act Appropriation for expense for or so much thereof as may be necessary, are hereby ap

propriated and authorized to be paid out of the treasury of this State to the respective public officers, and for the several purposes specified, for the current fiscal year ending on Monday immediately preceding the second Tuesday of January in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and fourteen; provided, however, that all parts or portions of the several sums appropriated

by this Act, which, on said Monday immediately precedmoney return- ing said second Tuesday of January, A. D. 1914, shall

not have been paid out of the treasury, shall be returned to the general fund of the treasury. The said several sums hereby appropriated are, as follows, viz:

Unexpended

ed to general fund

For the Governor for salary, Four Thousand Dollars.

Governor

For the contingent expenses of the Governor's office, One Thousand Two Hundred Dollars.

Lieutenant Governor

For the Lieutenant Governor, salary as member of Board of Pardons, One Hundred Dollars.

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Chancellor

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For the Chancellor for salary, Five Thousand Dollars. Chancellor For the Chancellor for reporting, Two Hundred Dol

lars.

For the Chancellor to pay contingent expenses of the Court of Chancery, Two Hundred Dollars.

For John R. Nicholson, in payment of one hundred ohne Resome copies of his reports, as Chancellor, Eight Hundred Dol- Chancellor lars.

For Charles M. Curtis, in payment of one hundred Charles M. copies of his reports, as Chancellor, Eight Hundred Dol-Chancellor lars.

For the stenographer of the Court of Chancery for Stenog, salary, Twelve Hundred Dollars.

For Chief Justice for salary, Five Thousand Dollars. Chief Justice

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'S. Chief Justice

For the Associate Judges for salaries, Nineteen Thousand Two Hundred Dollars.

Associate
Judges

For the Associate Judge resident in Kent County, for reporting, Two Hundred Dollars.

Associate
Judge

For William H. Boyce, for one hundred copies of William H. Boyce's Delaware Reports, Volume 2, One Thousand Boyce Dollars.

For the Court Stenographer for salary, Two Thousand Court St Dollars.

ographer

For transcript for the Supreme Court and Assistant Stenographer, Nineteen Hundred Dollars.

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Salary of Secr. For the Secretary of State for salary, Four Thousand

Dollars.

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For the Secretary of State to pay the contingent expenses of his office, Three Thousand Dollars.

Official
Bond

For the Secretary of State to pay cost of official bond, Fifty Dollars.

Stenogograper and typewriter for Governor and Secretary of State

For the stenographer and typewriter for the Governor and Secretary of State, for salary, Twelve Hundred Dollars.

Clerks for the Secretary of State

For clerks for the Secretary of State, for salary, Eleven Hundred Dollars.

Attorney General

For the Attorney-General for salary, Twenty-five Hundred Dollars.

Deputies

For the Deputy Attorneys-General for salary, Two Thousand Dollars.

Contingent expenses

For contingent expenses for the Attorney-General for paying expenses in criminal prosecutions, etc., Two Thousand Five Hundred Dollars.

State
Detectives

For the two State Detectives for salaries, Twentyfour Hundred Dollars.

For actual expenses in serving requisition papers, Five Hundred Dollars.

Stato
Treasurer

For the State Treasurer and Trustee of the School Fund for salary, Three Thousand Dollars.

For the State Treasurer for contingent expenses, six Hundred Dollars.

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For the Clerk for the State Treasurer for salary, Clerk for Twelve Hundred Dollars.

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Treasurer

For the Auditor of Accounts for salary, Two Thous- Auditor of and Dollars.

Accounts

For the Auditor of Accounts for contingent expenses. exclusive of clerical assistance, Five Hundred Dollars.

For the Deputy for the Auditor of Accounts for salary, Deputy Twelve Hundred Dollars.

» Auditor

For the Insurance Commissioner for salary, Fifteen Insurance Hundred Dollars.

Commissioner

For the Insurance Commissioner for services as State Supervisor of Banks, Trust Companies, &c., under Chapter 330, Volume 22, Laws of Delaware, Five Hundred Dollars.

For the Insurance Commissioner to pay the necessary expenses of his office, such as postage, stationery, &c., Seven Hundred Dollars.

For the Insurance Commissioner for contingent expenses as Supervisor of Banks, Trust Companies, &c., Five Hundred Dollars.

For the Insurance Commissioner to pay salary of his cl clerk, Six Hundred Dollars.

Clerk for
Insurance
Commissioner

For the Insurance Commissioner to pay Clerk under Chapter 330, Volume 22, Laws of Delaware, Five Hundred Dollars.

For the State Librarian for salary, Twelve Hundred State Dollars.

Librarian

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For the State Librarian for contingent expenses, Hundred and Fifty Dollars.

For the State Librarian to purchase law books for the State Library, Five Hundred Dollars.

Janitor

For the Janitor of the State House for salary, Five Hundred Dollars.

Assistant
Janitor

For the assistant Janitor of the State House for salary, Four Hundred Dollars.

Fish Commissioner

For the Fish Commissioner for salary, and all necessary expenses in discharging the duties of his office, One Hundred and Twenty-five Dollars.

For contingent expenses of Fish Commissioner to pay for postage and stationery, travelling expenses, &c., Seventy-five Dollars.

Chief Game
Warden

For State Game Warden for salary, Six Hundred Dollars.

Fish and Game Commission for hatching, propagating, &c., food fish, Six Hundred Dollars, out of Sinking Fund.

Oyster
Revenue
Collector

For the Oyster Revenue Collector for salary, Seven Hundred Dollars.

For the payment of officers and crew of watch boat for the protection of oysters, Two thousand Three Hundred and Forty Dollars.

Free Public Schools

For the benefit of the Free Public Schools in addition to the income arising from investments of the Public School funds to be used exclusively for the payment of

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