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OF THE REVENUES OF THE STATE.

CHAPTER 42.

OF THE REVENUES OF THE STATE.
AN ACT for the Encouragement of the Breeding of better Poultry

in this State.

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

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try breeding

Additional ap- Section 1. That the sum of Three Hundred Dollars Board of Agri- be, and the same is hereby appropriated annually out of courage poul- the moneys in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated,

to the State Board of Agriculture (in addition to the appropriations now authorized by Law to be made to said Board) to be used by said State Board of Agriculture for the encouragement of the breeding of better poultry in this State.

Approved March 17, A. D. 1913.

OF THE REVENUES OF THE STATE.

CHAPTER 43.

OF THE REVENUES OF THE STATE.

AN ACT in Relation to an Emergency Hospital at Milford, Delaware.

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

Board of

Trustees > named

Section 1. That James B. Gilchrist, William T. Wat- Bor son, John B. Smith, Frank S. Grier, Isaac S. Truitt, Ta Joseph E. Holland, Theodore Townsend, Dr. William Marshall, Jr., J. Stanley Short and Lee Hirsch, shall be and constitute the “Board of Trustees of the Emergency Hospital at Milford, Delaware”. All vacancies shall be filled by the remaining members of the said Board of be filled by Trustees. The members constituting the said Board of, Trustees shall meet at least once in every three months and shall serve without any compensation.

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Board

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Section 2. The Board of Trustees shall have sole and Board to have complete control and management of the Hospital and control shall have power to make rules and regulations for their own government not inconsistent with the provisions of this Act, shall appoint an auxiliary board of women man- To appoint an agers, superintendents, physicians, stewards, matrons, Boarda nurses and necessary servants and shall fix their terms of service as well as their pay or compensation; shall provide suitable food, raiment and all other medical and surgical treatment, medicine and appliances as may be sation of reme deemed necessary for the treatment of medical and sur-ploy gical cases.

Section 3. The said Board of Trustees shall be and Beard epupowthey are hereby authorized and empowered to purchase shade and

Board empow. ered to pur

hold titles &c.

OF THE REVENUES OF THE STATE.

or secure by gift, and acquire and hold title to lands, tenements, and hereditaments, and to erect buildings on said lands, tenements and hereditaments so purchased and acquired at or near the town of Milford, to be used for the purpose of an Emergency Hospital.

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Fund

How to be expended

State Treas- Section 4. The State Treasurer is hereby authorized out of General and directed to pay from the general fund of the State,

not otherwise appropriated, to the Board of Trustees of the Emergency Hospital of Milford, Delaware, the sum of One Thousand Dollars. The amount hereby appropriated may be used for the purchase of land and the erection of buildings thereon to be used for the purpose as set forth in this Act, and for the equipment, maintenance and current expenses. The further sum of three hundred dollars is also hereby appropriated from the general funds of the State not otherwise appropriated, to be paid by the State Treasurer as aforesaid to the Board of Trustees on or before May first, A. D. 1913, to be used for current expenses and management.

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Section 5. That it shall and may be lawful for any thorized to re- person, persons, firm or corporation, to give, grant, deproperty'&c. vise or bequeath to said Board of Trustees for the use of

the said Emergency Hospital at Milford, Delaware, any property, real, personal or mixed, and the said Board of Trustees, is hereby authorized and empowered to receive, collect, take and hold for the use and behalf of the Emergency Hospital, any and all property so given, granted, devised and bequeathed, and to manage and use the same for the benefit of the said Hospital in accordance with the provisions of such grants, devises and bequests, and with the law creating and governing the Emergency Hospital at Milford, Delaware.

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Approved March 17, A. D. 1913.

OF THE REVENUES OF THE STATE.

CHAPTER 44.

OF THE REVENUES OF THE STATE.

AN ACT Authorizing the State Treasurer to pay over to the Levy

Court of New Castle County the sum of Five Hundred Dollars to Reimburse the Levy Court of New Castle County for compensation paid by said Levy Court to the five Assessors of Wilmington Hundred for performing the duties under the provisions of Section 19, Chapter 12, Revised Code of 1893, Laws of Delaware, as amended by Chapter 50, Volume 23, Laws of Delaware.

WHEREAS, under the provisions of Chapter 50, Volume 23, Laws of Delaware, the five assessors of Wilmington Hundred did make out the list provided in Section 19, Chapter 12, Revised Code of 1893, Laws of Delaware, for their respective representative or assessor districts; and

WHEREAS, the Levy Court of New Castle County, under the provisions of said Chapter 50, Volume 23, Laws of Delaware, has paid to each of said assessors for assessments made by them respectively for two years, the sum of one hundred dollars, amounting in all to five hundred dollars, for performing the duties aforesaid; and

WHEREAS, the duties performed by said assessors and paid for by said Levy Court were performed for the State of Delaware; therefore,

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

Section 1. That the State Treasurer be and he is here-State Treas. by authorized, empowered and directed to pay over to Levy Court of the Levy Court of New Castle County, the sum of five County for hundred dollars.

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services

OF THE REVENUES OF THE STATE.

Section 2. That the said sum of five hundred dollars be and the same is hereby expressly appropriated and set apart out of any moneys now being in the hands of the State Treasurer and not otherwise duly appropriated.

Section 3. This Act shall be deemed and taken to be a public Act.

Approved March 12, A. D. 1913.

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