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OF THE REVENUES OF THE STATE.

CHAPTER 33.

OF THE REVENUES OF THE STATE.

AN ACT Appropriating Certain Money out of the State Treasury of

this State to Pay Certain Claims Against the State.

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

Section 1. That the several sums of money hereinaf-Appropriations ter named are hereby appropriated out of the Treasury claims against of this State for the purpose of paying the claims hereinafter mentioned and the State Treasurer is hereby authorized and directed to pay the same as follows:

the State

S. P. Winslow, Agent
E. A. Robinson
J. C. Lawson, Quartermaster
Wilbur D. Wiles
William S. Smith
Pennel Rash
James A. Kerin
Wilbur Wilson
Henry I. Beers, Jr.
J. S. Godwin
Mercantile Printing Company
Alice M. Foster
Margaret G. Horn
Mollie M. Hirons
Bertha L. Butts
Olive M. Roach
Bessie F. Weaver
Lila Carey

$ 508.18

54.00 1,609.08

4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 2.00 81.12

49.90
1,289.45

10.00
20.00
20.00
20.00
20.60
20.60
10.60

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OF THE REVENUES OF THE STATE.

C. S. Hammett
The Smith Ignitor Company
Wm. H. Hartlove
Levy Court of Kent County
The Delawarean
Millard F. Davis
Julian B. Robinson
M. Megary & Son Co.
Julian B. Robinson
Woodward & Bro.
A. S. Taylor, Treasurer
Wilmington Brass Company
J. M. Houston
Kennard & Company
John Waters
J. Frank Starling
Dover Gas Light Company
J. E. Beck
J. R. Hunter
Mabel Moore
William Hardcastle
Charles Adkins
Alfred Raikes
Charles H. LeFevre
Joshua B. Raughley
Pennel Rash
James A. Kerin
Wilbur Wilson
Melvin Hopkins
John Behen, Jr., & Co.
The Dover Index
Every Evening Printing Co.
John Waters
Dover Opera House
Joseph Wigglesworth, Prothonotary
C. P. Holcomb
Bostic & Haman

18.00

5.25 15.00 54.00

6.00 286.50

55.20 1,251.95 146.00

6.65 54.00 324.00 14.90 48.00 158.00 1,281.70

140.75 100.90

75.00 100.00 50.00 25.00 25.00 30.97 30.00 30.00 30.00 14.00

1.00 30.00 11.50 1.44 6.00 20.00 349.33

6.00 11.76

OF THE REVENUES OF THE STATE.

R. A. Hopkins
A. Brown Lancaster
Birdie Hearne
H. A. Miller, Agent
Clarke & McDaniel
Dover Gas Light Company
Diamond State Telephone Company
Chas. M. Smith
Jessup Kay
Underwood Typewriter Co.
Quayle Enamel Co.
Mabel A. Godwin
Thomas Morris
Frazier Store Co.
Joseph J. Low
William Shillingsburg, Jr.
Greenwich Piers Marine Railway Co.
Colen Ferguson
Underwood Typewriter Co.
The Bobbs-Merrill Company
The Smyrna Times
Elmer I. Abbott
James A. Oliver
Godfrey R. Hanby
Daniel J. Layton
Henry Ridgley
Herbert H. Ward
The Delaware State News
T. K. Jones & Bro. Co.
The Seaford News
The Evening Journal Publishing Co.
Frank P. Collins
The Smith Ignitor Co.
The Diamond State Telephone Co.
R. J. Ferguson
Granville P. Alexander
E. Frank Lecates

.50 350.00

200.00 1,328.10 127.50 20.00 35.97 38.70

8.00 68.00 547.50 165.00 40.00

2.80 30.50 67.94 248.05 10.56 10.00

7.50 36.00 2.55 3.88

3.88 300.00 300.00 300.00 175.00 139.84

1.20

1.32 1,182.33

.75 427.41

2.00 500.00 500.00

OF THE REVENUES OF THE STATE.

Geo. W. Tilghman
James E. Tull
James W. Robertson
P. S. Wilgus
Henry S. Anthony
Edwin F. Wood
Alfred D. Cox
Jno. B. Wharton
Charles S. Hamblin
Leonard W. Lovett
Jesse T. Sharp
B. F. Simmons, Jr.
T. W. Scott, Jr.
The Delaware State News
T. K. Jones & Bro. Co.
Bostic & Haman
H. C. Blizzard

4.00 14.00 36.00 8.00 6.00 6.00 8.00 6.00 4.00 8.00 2.00 4.50 46.80

4.00 525.00

.41 45.00

Approved April 16, A. D. 1913.

OF THE REVENUES OF THE STATE.

CHAPTER 34.

OF THE REVENUES OF THE STATE.

AN ACT 'to provide for the State of Delaware to be represented at

the Panama-Pacific International Exposition and to make an Appropriation therefor.

WHEREAS, The Panama-Pacific International Exposi tion is to be held in the year 1915; and

WHEREAS, The State of Delaware was the first State to adopt the Constitution of the United States, thereby making it the oldest State in the Union; and

WHEREAS, It is deemed expedient and proper that the natural resources and the industrial, agricultural and horticultural interests and progress of the State of Delaware should be fully and creditably displayed at said Exposition; therefore,

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

Section 1. That for the purpose of exhibiting the re- Commission sources, products and general development of the State of Delaware at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition to be held in 1915, a Commission is hereby constituted to be designated “The Panama-Pacific International Exposition Commissioners of Delaware,” to consist of seven residents of the State of Delaware, one of To consist of whom shall be the Governor of the State, who shall be one of whom Chairman of the said Commission, the other members of Governor the said Commission shall be appointed by the Governor, two from each County of the State.

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