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ACTS

OF THE

STATE OF GEORGIA,

1849–50.

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.

MIL LEDGE VILLE:
RICHARD M. ORME, STATE PRINTER.

1850.

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OF THE

STATE OF GEORGIA,

1849 & 1850.

AN ACT to appropriate money for the support of Government for the political years eighteen hundred and fifty and eighteen hundred and fifty-one.

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SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of." Gecrgia in General Assembly met, and it is hereby enacted by: the authority of the same, That the following sums of money.be,ậnd the same are hereby appropriated to the respective persons and objects hereinafter named, viz:

The sum of three thousand dollars each year to his Excellency the Governor, as his salary; and the sum of sixteen hundred dollars to each, the Secretary of State; the Comptroller General, the Treasurer, and the Surveyor General, for each year; the sum of twelve hundred and fifty dollars each to the Secretaries (not to exceed three) employed in the Executive Department, for each year; the sum of eighteen hundred dollars to each of the Judges of the Superior Court for the several Judicial Circuits within this State, and such as may be created by this General Assembly, for each year; the sum of two thousand five hundred dollars to each of the Judges of the Supreme Court for the Correction of Errors, annually; the sum of one thousand dollars annually to the Reporter of the said Supreme Court; and the sum of two hundred and twenty-five dollars to each, the Attorney General and Solicitors General, per annum.

SECTION 2. And be it further enacted, That the sum of ten thousand dollars be appropriated as a contingent fund for each of the years eighteen hundred and fifty and eighteen hundred and fifty-one.

SECTION 3. And be it further enacted, That the sum of one thousand dollars be appropriated as a military fund for each of the years eighteen hundred and fifty and eighteen hundred and fifty-one..

SECTION 4. And be it further enacted by the authority aforesaid, That the sum of ten thousand dollars be appropriated

as a printing fund for the year eighteen hundred and fifty, and the sum of two thousand dollars as a printing fund for the year eighteen hundred and fifty-one.

Section 5. And be it further enacted, That the sum of fifteen hundred dollars be appropriated to pay the salary of the Superintendent and Resident Physician of the Lunatic Asylum, annually; and the sum of four thousand six hundred and twenty-five dollars be appropriated to pay the salaries of Trustees and Treasurer, and sub-officers, attendants and servants' hire; and the sum of six thousand dollars for the support of pauper patients in the Asylum, annually, for the years eighteen hundred and fifty and eighteen hundred and fifty-one. • SECTION 6. And he it further enacted, That the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars be appropriated annually to pay the Chaplain of the Penitentiary, the sum of three hundred dollars to pay the Military Storekeeper at Savannah each year, and ihe sum of one hundred and Afty dollars to the Military Storekeeper at Milledgevillo. each year; the sum of fifty dollars, to be paid to Ous: Childs for winding up and keeping in repair: the: Siate House clock each year; and the sum of fifty.zollars to David Creamer, to scour and keep clean and .air the Senate Chamber and the Representative Hålls, and preserve the furniture in each, annually. . :

SECTION 7:. And be it further enacted, That the sum of six dollars: per diem be appropriated to each, .the President of the Seriate and Speaker of the House of Representatives, during the present session of the General Assembly, and the sum of four dollars to each for every twenty miles coming to and returning from the Seat of Government; and the sum of five dollars per day to each member of the General Assembly during its present session ; and the sum of four dollars for each twenty miles coming to and returning from the Seat of Government: Provided, That no member shall receive pay for any time after having left for the remainder of the session, or for any time he may have been absent without leave from that branch of the General Assembly of which he is a member, unless absent from sickness of themselves or family.

SECTION 8. And be it further enacted, That the sum of six dollars each per day shall be paid to the Secretary of the Senate and Clerk of the House of Representatives, and the like sum to each of their respective assistants; and the further sum, to the Secretary and Clerk aforesaid, of fifty dollars each, for their contingent expenses in their respective offices; and the sum of five hundred dollars be paid to each, the Secretary of the Senate and Clerk of the House of Representatives for their salaries for the year eighteen hundred and fifty : Provided, That no warrant shall issue for the first

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