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LAWS

GENERAL ASSEMBLY

STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA,

BENJAMIN SINGERLY, STATE PRINTER.

OF THE

OF THE

PASSED AT THE
In the Ninety-seventh year of Independence.
BY AUTHORITY.

HARRISBURG:

SESSION OF 1873,

WITH AN APPENDIX.

1873.

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To fix the salary of the Governor of this Commonwealth. SECTION 1. Be it enacted, &c., That the salary of the goyernor of this commonwealth, is hereby fixed at the sum of ten thousand dollars per annum, payable quarterly; this act to take effect upon and at the expiration of the present gubernatorial term. APPROVED— The 15th day of January, A. D. 1873.

JNO. W. GEARY.

No. 2.

In Ict To provide for the ordinary expenses of the government and other general and specific appropriations for the year Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and seventy-three. EECTION 1. Be it enacted, &c., That the following sums be

Appropriations and the same are hereby specifically appropriated to the several objects hereinafter named, for the year commencing on the first day of June, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and seventy-three, to be paid out of any moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated :

SETION 2. For the salary of the governor of the common- Executive dewealth, ten thousand dollars.

partment. For the salary of the private secretary of the governor, two thousand five hundred dollars.

For the salary of a temporary clerk, at the rate of one huncred and twenty-five dollars per month, so long as the governor may require his services.

For the messenger of executive department, nine hundred dollars.

For postage, telegrams, stationery and other incidental penses executive department, the sum of two thousand doll or so much thereof as may be necessary,

For night watchman at the executive department, nine h

dred dollars. Secretary of the SECTION 3. For the salary of the secretary of the com commonwealth, salary and ex

wealth, three thousand five hundred dollars. penses of office.

For the salary of the deputy secretary of the comm wealth, two thousand two hundred and fifty dollars.

For the salary of the chief clerk in the office of the retary of the commonwealth, eighteen hundred dollars.

For the salary of seven other clerks, at fourteen hund dollars each, nine thousand eight bundred dollars. '

For the salary of messenger, nine hundred dollars, and extra services, the sum of two hundred dollars.

For one temporary clerk, to aid in the transcription of la one hundred and twenty-five dollars per month, so long as service may be 'necessary; this appropriation to date fr the first of March, one thousand eight hundred and sever three, and one other clerk at the same rate, irom March fi one thousand eight hundred and seventy-three.

For postage, freight, telegrams and express charges, 1 thousand five hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may necessary.

For blank books, one hundred and fifty dollars, or so mi thereof as may be necessary.

For stationery, one thousand dollars, or so much ther as may be necessary.

For fuel, one hundred and fifty dollars, or so much ther as may be necessary.

For cleaning offices, one hundred and twenty-five dolls or so much thereof as may be necessary.

For miscellaneous expenses, three hundred dollars, or much thereof as may be necessary.

For indexing pamphlet laws, two hundred dollars.

For repairing and refitting office and rooms, two thousa dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary; and ! governor is authorized, in addition thereto, to make such al rations as may be necessary, in connection with the executi chamber and the stairway leading thereto, the expense to paid by his warrant on the state treasury.

For packing and distributing pamphlet laws and journ: of the legislature, fifteen hundred dollars, or so much there

as may be necessary. Auditor gener

SECTION 4. For the salary of the auditor general, thi al, salary and thousand dollars. expenses of of.

For the salary of the chief clerk in the auditor genera fice.

office, eighteen hundred dollars.

For the salary of the clerk for settling the accounts of c porations, and having in charge the business of insurance co panies, reports of railroads and manufacturing compani one thousand eight hundred dollars.

For expenses in executing the corporation tax laws, the si of one thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be nec

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