FIFTY-SECOND CONGRESS. Sess. II. Ch. 211. 1893. 697 Tmmrronv or OKLAHOMA: For salary of governor, two thousand gklehpmasix hundred dollars; chief justice and two associate judges, at three "y°tg°`°m"`°°°’ thousand dollars each; and secretary at one thousand eight hundred dollars; thirteen thousand four hundred dollars. For contingent expenses of the Territory, to be expended by the gov- Contingent expenses. ernor, five hundred dollars. For legislative expenses, namely: For rent of office, furniture, fuel, Legislative exlights, stationery, clerk hire, printing, postage, ice, record casings, p°”’°°" messenger, porter, for secretary’s office, two thousand dollars. Tnnnrronr on UTAH: For salary of governor, two thousand six }€*¤l¤·f hundred dollars; chief justice and three associate judges, at three uy° g°v°m"’°t°' thousand dollars each; and secretary at one thousand eight hundred dollars; sixteen thousand four hundred dollars. For contingent expenses of the Territory, to be expended by the gov- C°¤**¤g·=¤*¤¤¤r<¤¤¤¤¤- ernor, five hundred dollars. _ For legislative expenses, namely: For printing, stationery, mileage Legislative sxof members, per diem of members and officers, clerk hire, messengers, P°°°°”' porter, janitor, postage, fuel, lights, furniture, carpets, rent of legislative hall and committee rooms, and other miscellaneous expenses, con tingent expenses of secretary’s office, twenty-two thousand dollars. For the salaries of the five Commissioners appointed under an act Um C°'“”‘*”*°¤~ entitled “An act to amend section fifty-three hundred and fifty-two of V°‘· 2* P·32· the Revised Statutes of the United States in reference to bigamy, and for other pnrposes,” approved March twenty-second, eighteen hundred and eighty-two, at two thousand dollars each, ten thousand dollars: Pr . Provided, That Commissioners hereafter appointed shall be residents Algdigimena. of the Territory of Utah. For the following expenses of the Commission, namely: For traveling ¤ E"*’“““"“· expenses, printing, stationery, clerk hire, and office rent, seven thousand dollars: Provided, That out of this sum the Commission is hereby authorized to pay- the secretary of the Territory, who is its secretary ' and disbursing agent, a reasonable sum for such service, not exceeding three hundred dollars, for the fiscal year eighteen hundred and ninety- four: Provided further, That it shall be the duty of the Commission to Registration uni. direct and require the registration officers of each precinct of said Territory, at the time of making the annual revision of the registration list as now required by law, to erase from the preceding registration R¢·vi¤i<>¤· list the names of all persons who have died or removed from such precinct or who can not be found as permanent residents therein, and to otherwise revise said list as now required by the laws of Congress and of said Territory of Utah. For compensation of the officers of election, including contingent ex- El*‘¤*i¢··¤ <>*“¤<=¤· penscs. twenty-five thousand dollars. MINE Iusrncrons: For salaries of three mineinspectors, authorized “*“*‘ *“**P*‘*‘*°'°· by the act approved March third, eighteen hundred and ninety-one, V°l·***·v- ¤°*· for the protection of the lives of miners in the Territories, at two thousand dollars per annum each; for per diem, subject to such rules and E‘P°““°”· regulations as the Secretary of the Interior may prescribe, in lieu of subsistence at a rate not exceeding three dollars per day each, while absent from their homes on duty, and for actual necessary traveling expenses of said inspectors, five thousand dollars; in all, eleven thousand dollars. NWYAR WarDepax·tment. For Compensation of the Secretary of War, eight thousand dollars; _I;;£>gSt;°*°****Y·A°· Assistallt Secretary, four thousand five hundred dollars; chief 019/Pk, Sm` two thousand five hundred dollars; disbursing clerk, two thousand dollars; three chiefs of division, at two thousand dollars each; two stenographers, at one thousand eight hundred dollars each; live clerks of class four; five clerks of class three; nine clerks of class two; twenty- one clerks of class one; seven clerks, at one thousand dollars each;
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