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For traveling expenses of State Mineralogist, two thousand five hundred dollars.

For salary of Warden of the State Prison, six thousand dol- Same. lars.

For postage, expressage and telegraphing for Controller's office, eight hundred dollars.

For contingent expenses of Controller's office, five hundred dol- Same. lars.

For expense of procuring State stamps, to be paid out of any money derived from sale of stamps, one thousand dollars.

For rent of Controller's office for four months, one hundred and sixty dollars.

For pay of porter for Controller's office for four months, eighty dollars.

For salary of State Treasurer, seven thousand two hundred same. dollars.

For salary of clerk in State Treasurer's office, four thousand eight hundred dollars.

For postage, expressage and telegraphing for Treasurer's office, three hundred dollars.

For contingent expenses in Treasurer's office, five hundred dollars.

For rent of Treasurer's office for four months, one hundred and sixty dollars.

For pay of porter of Treasurer's office for four months, eighty dollars.

For salary of Attorney-General, five thousand dollars.

For postage, expressage, telegraphing and contingent expenses of Attorney-General's office, five hundred dollars.

For salary of Superintendent of Public Instruction, four thousand dollars.

For traveling expenses of Superintendent of Public Instruction within the State, eight hundred dollars.

For salary of Deputy Warden of the State Prison, three thousand six hundred dollars.

For the support of and conducting the State Prison, ninety-five thousand dollars.

For pay of Bailiff of Supreme Court, fifteen hundred dollars.
For contingent expenses

of the Supreme Court, to be expended under a majority of the Judges thereof, eight hundred dollars.

For pay of two porters and one night watchman of State Capitol Building, to be expended under direction of Secretary of State, six thousand dollars.

For stationery, fuel, lights, etc., for State Capitol Building, to be expended under direction of Secretary of State, six thousand dollars.

For State Printing, paper and official advertisements, and pay of expert, to be expended under the direction of the State Controller, Secretary of State, and a printing expert, or a majority of them, thirty thousand dollars.

For the support of and conducting the Orphans' Home, to be expended under the direction of the Board of Directors, twenty thousand dollars.

For the support of the Deaf, Dumb and Blind, to be expended

Same. Same.

under the direction of the Superintendent of Public Instruction, one thousand dollars.

For the care of and storage of State property, one hundred dollars.

For furniture of State Capitol building, to be expended under direction of State Treasurer, Secretary of State, and Clerk of the Supreme Court, fifteen thousand dollars.

For the purpose of paying such sums as may be found actually due by the Board of Examiners for fitting up the Legislative rooms in the State Capitol building for the session of eighteen hundred and seventy-one, including Legislature furniture, furnaces and heating apparatus generally, lamps, spittoons, clocks, etc., as contracted by the Secretary of State, ten thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary.

For contingent expenses of the State Prison, to be paid out under the direction of the Warden, three hundred dollars.

For pay or salary of agent or agents employed at Washington, in securing and hastening the approval of selections of lands, two thousand dollars.

SEC. 2. The various State officers to whom appropriations other than salaries are made, under the provisions of this Act, shall,

with their biennial reports, submit a detailed and itemized stateappropri- ment, under oath, of the manner in which all appropriations to ations.

their respective departments, other than the payment of salaries, have been expended; provided, that no officer shall use or appropriate any money for any purpose whatever, unless authorized to do so specifically by law.

Sec. 3. Nothing herein contained shall be so construed as to specific apply to any appropriation that may have been, or that may hereappropri- after be, made specifically by law.

Sworn statement required as į to use of

Not to apply to

ations.

CHAP. LXXVI.- An Act to grant the Right of way to A. L.

Page, 1. C. Bateman, George S. Dodge, and their associates, to build and maintain a Narrow Gauge Railroad through the Counties of Elko, Lander, Nye, White Pine and Lincoln.

[Approved March 6, 1871.]

The People of the State of Nevada, represented in Senate and Assem

bly, do enact as follows:

SECTION 1. The right of way is hereby granted and given to Right of way granted. A. L. Page, I. C. Bateman, George S. Dodge, and their associ

ates, to build, locate and maintain a narrow gauge railroad through the counties of Elko, 'Lander, Nye, White Pine, and Lincoln, subject to the provisions of an Act of this State, entitled “ An Act to provide for the incorporation of railroad companies, and the management of the affairs thereof, and other matters relating thereto," approved March twenty-second, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-five.

Survey rail. road, when

The right of way hereby granted is more particularly Right to described as follows, to-wit: Commencing at a point at or near telegraph the town of Palisades, on the Central Pacific Railroad; thence to granted. a point at or near Mineral Hill; thence through Pine Valley to a point at or near McCluskey's; thence to a point at or near Simpson's Park to a point within eight miles of Austin; thence to a point at or near Dry Creek; thence direct to Eureka; thence direct to Hamilton, in White Pine county; thence by way of the most practical route to Pioche City; thence by the most practical route to a point on Colorado river; provided, they shall also have the right to construct and operate a telegraph line over their route, for their use and benefit, and the right to connect with or cross any railroad that is now, or that may be built hereafter; but they shall not interfere with the rights of other corporations acquired prior to the commencement of the survey of the line of their route.

SEC. 3. The survey and location of said road shall be commenced in four months from and after the passage of this Act; to be comand, it is further provided; the preliminary and locating survey shall

pleted and be completed in one year, and the locating survey recorded

in the Secretary of State's office, as directed in an Act regulating railroads in this State, passed March twenty-second, eighteen hundred and sixty-five; and, further provided, that fifty miles of said road shall be completed, fully equipped, and in running order in one year road to be from the first day of May, eighteen hundred and seventy-one; and that thereafter, fifty miles for each year shall be completed annually. equipped and in good running order, until the whole road is completed and equipped as required by this Act; provided, that not Rates of fare more than five cents per mile shall be charged as toll for passengers,

and freight. and not to exceed fifteen cents per mile for freight per ton; and further, should any of the provisions of this Act be violated, the right of way, and all other privileges of franchise under this Act shall be null and void; and, further provided, that no Chinese or Chinese Mongolians shall be employed as laborers in the construction of labor prosaid road, or after its completion, under penalty of forfeiture of the franchises granted by the provisions of this Act.

filed.

Miles of

• built

CHAP. LXXVII.-An Act for the Relief of E. B. Hancock.

[ Approved March 6, 1871.]

The People of the State of Nevada, represented in Senate and Assem

bly, do enact as follows:

SECTION 1. The sum of one thousand dollars is hereby appro- $1,000 appriated out of any funds in the State treasury not otherwise appro

propriated. priated, for the purpose of reimbursing E. B. Hancock for losses sustained by reason of the discount upon warrants against the "Orphan's Home Fund,” consequent upon the failure of the State to pay said warrants at the time the same became due.

CHAP. LXXVIII.-- An Act to transfer certain Moneys from the

Legislative Fund to the Senate Contingent Fund.

[Approved March 6, 1871.]

The People of the State of Nevada, represented in Senate and Assen

bly, do enact as follows:

$1.000 transferred to

SECTION 1. The State Treasurer is authorized and required to Senate con- transfer one thousand dollars from the Legislative Fund to the tingent Senate Contingent Fund. $1,200 trans

SEC. 2. The Treasurer of the State is hereby authorized and

directed to transfer twelve hundred dollars from the Legislative Contiugent Fund to the Contingent Fund of the Assembly.

Fund.

ferred to

Fund.

CHAP. LXXIX.- An Act to provide for the Payment of out

standing and unsatisfied claims for labor performed, money or material furnished, services rendered, and necessary expenses incurred in and about the Construction and Completion of the State Capitol at Carson City.

[Approved March 6, 1871.]

The People of the State of Nevada, represented in Senate and Assem

bly, do enact as follows:

A State special tax to be levied.

To create

itol fund.

Uusatisfied

SECTION 1. For the purposes recited in the title of this Act, there shall be levied and collected during the year one thousand eight hundred and seventy-one, and for each and every succeeding year thereafter, until the whole amount of receipts under the

provisions of this Act shall equal sixty thousand dollars, a special a state cap. tax of one eighth (3) of one per cent. upon all the taxable property

in the State, the proceeds of which shall be placed in a fund to be known as the State Capitol Fund. Whenever the proceeds of the tax hereby levied shall reach and equal sixty thousand dollars, any surplus over that sum collected under said levy shall be placed in the general fund of the State.

Sec. 2. Any person having an unsatisfied bona fide claim pilaisen tod he against Peter Cavanaugh for labor actually performed, money or

material actually furnished, services rendered or expenses necessarily incurred

for and actually used in the construction or completion of the State Capitol at Carson, which claim has not been paid or secured, either in whole or in part, by warrants or orders for warrants upon the treasury, shall present the same to the State Board of Examiners within thirty days after the passage of this Act, itemized and duly verified, for their action as provided by law; provided, that if said Peter Cavanaugh can prove that by

neglect of Capitol Commissioners to fulfil their portion of agreeCavanaugh. ment as per contract, he shall be allowed a sum not exceeding

six thousand (6,000) dollars, or so much thereof as he can prove

Board of
Examiners.

For the relief of P.

how the allowances to

said Commissioners owe him for services and for money advanced, occasioned by change in original specification or contract, to be paid out of the fund created by the first section of this Act.

Sec. 3. If, upon examination, the Board of Examiners are When and satisfied that the labor was actually performed, or the material actually furnished, or the expenses necessarily incurred, in the be made. construction of said State Capitol, and that all the money heretofore paid from the State treasury to said Cavanaugh or others, for the construction of said State Capitol, has been actually used for that purpose, and that no part of the claim has been paid or secured to be paid, they shall allow the same or so much thereof as they shall deem proper and just, and certify the claim, with their approval, to the Controller of State, who shall thereupon draw his warrant upon the State Treasurer for the amount so allowed, in favor of the party owning or holding such claim.

Sec. 4. No claim shall be allowed by the Board of Examiners when alagainst the fund created by this Act, nor shall the Controller be made draw any warrant against the same until the appropriation of one

against the hundred thousand dollars, created by Act of February twenty-created. third, eighteen hundred and sixty-nine, entitled "An Act to provide for the erection of a State Capitol at Carson City,” shall have been fully exhausted by indebtedness incurred, claims allowed, or warrants drawn against the same.

fund herein

CHAP. LXXX. - An Act to Tax and Regulate Foreign Insurance

Companies doing business in this State.

[Approved March 6, 1871.]

troller.

The People of the State of Nevada, represented in Senate and Assem

bly, do enact as follows: SECTION 1. After the first day of May, in the year of our Lord, Foreign in. one thousand eight hundred and seventy-one, it shall not be law-surers to filo ful for any person or firm, officer or agent, to collect premiums with Conof insurance in this State, in any manner, or in any capacity whatsoever, on either life, fire, or inland risks, for or on account of any company, association or individual insurers, not incorporated under the law of this State, unless such person or firm, officer or agent, shall have first filed with the Controller of State, the following described documents:

First.A certificate copy of the power of attorney, certificate Documents of agency, open policy, commission or other authority or agreement under which such person, firm, officer or agent shall claim to be authorized to collect premiums of insurance in this State.

Second.-A good and sufficient bond to be signed by the person Same, bond. or firm, officer or agent, so authorized by the powers of attorney, or other authority as aforesaid, as principal, with two good and sufficient sureties, to be approved by the Controller, in the penal sum of two thousand dollars for each fire insurance company, or

to be filed,

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