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purpose, for the fiscal year ending July
thirty-first (31st)) nineteen hundred and
five (1905), seven thousand'five hundred
(7,500) dollars.
One hundred and fifth: For expenses
of conducting teachers' examinations un
der chapter one hundred and one U^ij,
General Laws of eighteen hundred
and ninety-nine (1899), for the fiscal
year ending July thirty-first (31st), nine
teen hundred and four- (1904), three thou
(3,000) dollars. .,a
One hundred and sixth:
purpose, for the fiscal yearFor-the.samy ending jui
thirty-first (31st) nineteen htmdredanu
five (1905), three thousand p.OOO) dollars
One hundred and seventh: Contingent
funds for conducting examinations for
state professional certificates by the ae
partment of public instruction or the
liscal year ending July Uartjrgxst (dwt
nineteen hundred and three (19.
hundred and fifty (750) doHars.
One hundred and
eighth:,
tional allowance for
3One
ubllc
vita, for the fiscal year ending July tmr
ty-first (31st) nineteen hundred and four
(1904), five thousand (5,000) doUars.
One hundred and ninth: For the same
purpose, for the fiscal year ending Jug
thirty-first (31st). nineteen feundred.ana
five (1905), five thousand (o,0W) dollars
On* hundred and tenth. For the lm
movement, care of and maintenance ana
i.romotinff the state park at the uaiies
of the St Croix, lor the fiscal year ending
July thirty-first (31st), nineteen hundred
-vnd three (190S), seven hundred (700) dol
lars- alio tor the fiscal year ending July
thirty'first'^lst) .nineteen .^ndref
hundred and twelfth: For the pur
rose of refunding moneys paid by sun
dry persons under the inheritance tax
law of the session of nineteen hundred
una one (1901), which law was declared
void, nine thousand six hundred and
forty-one and eighty-six hundredths
U,641.86 dollars. x_
One hundred and thirteenth: For ac
quiring title by the state to lands within
the original limits of Itasca State Park,
as defined in chapter fifty-six, General
],aws of eighteen hundred and ninety-one
(1891), as amended by chapter one hun
dred and six (10G), General Lawsi pf eight
een hundred and ninety-five (1895), and to
include the acquisition of lot two W
section nineteen rl9), township one hun
dred and forty-three (143), range thirty
five (35), and lots two and three (2 and
S section twenty-four (24), township one
hundred and forty-three ^h range thir
tv-six (36), to be expended by the gov
ernor and attorney general, in accordance
u:th the provisions of chapter one
hundred and six (106), General Laws of
eighteen hundred and ninety-five (1895),
and chapter three hundred and three
Ci03), General Laws of eighteen hundred
tmd ninety-nine (1*99), in addition to the
standing appropriation, to be available
lor the fiscal year ending July thirty-first
Cilst) nineteen hundred and four (1904),
twenty thousand (20,000) dollars.
One hundred and fourteenth: For Are
protection in Itasca State Park, five hun
dred (500) dollars.
One hundred and fifteenth: For plant
ing and caring for pine in Itasca State
Park, to be expended under the direc
tion of the attorney general, for the fiscal
iear ending July thirty-first (31st), nine
teen hundred and four (1904), the sum
of fifty (50) dollars.
One hundred and sixteenth: For the,
Fame purpose, for the fiscal year ending
July thirty-first (31st), nineteen hundred
and Ave (1005), fifty dollars.
One hundred and seventeenth: For con
tingent expenses in the office of the in
surance commissioner for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and four (1904), seven hundred
(TOO) dollars.
One hundred and eighteenth: For the
Ffm ourpose, for the fiscal year ending
July thirty-first (31st), nineteen hundred
and five (1905), seven hundred (700) dol
lars.
One hundred and nineteenth: For the
drainage of swamp and marshy lands of
the state, to be expended under the su
pervision of the drainage commission of
the state, as provided by chapter ninety
(*.)0) General Laws of nineteen hundred
find one (1901), for the fiscal year ending
July thirty-first (31st), nineteen hundred
and four (1904), twenty-five thousand
(2^.000) dollars.
One hundred and twentieth: For the
fame purpose, for the fiscal year ending
July thirty-first (31st), nineteen hundred
and five (1905), twenty-five thousand
(25.000) dollars.
One hundred and twenty-first: For the
office of the public examiner, In addition
to standing appropriations, for the fiscal
ytar ending July thirty-first (31st), nine
teen hundred and four (1904), six thou
sand (6.000) dollars.
One hundred and twenty-second: For
1fie same purpose, for the fiscal year end
ing July thirty-first (31st), nineteen hun
dred and five (1905), six thousand (6,000).
dollar?.
One hundred and twenty-three: For
the additional salary of the dairy and
food commissioner for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and four (1904) two hundred
(JCO) dollars.
One hundred and twenty-fourth: For
the same purpose for the fiscal year end
ing Juiy thirty-first (31st), nineteen hun
dred and five (1905), two hundred (200)
dollars.
One hundred and twenty-fifth: For al
lowance additional to the regular stand
ing appropriation of the dairy and food
department, for the fiscal year ending July
thirty-first (31st), nineteen hundred and
four (1904), twelve thousand (12,000) dol
lars.
One hundred and twenty-sixth: For
the same purpose, for the fiscal year end
ing July thirty-first (31st), nineteen hun
dred and five (1905), twelve thousand (12,-
000) dollars.
One hundred and twenty-seventh: For
addition to standing appropriation of bu
reau of labor for two additional inspec
tors and for their traveling and inci
dental expenses, for the fiscal year end
ing July thirty-first (31st), nineteen hun
dred and four (1904), four thousand
(4,000) dollars.
One hundred and twenty-eighth: For
the same purpose, for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and five (1905), four thousand
(4.000) dollars.
One hundred and twenty-ninth: For
use in carrying out the provisions of
chapter eighty-six (86) of the General
Laws of the extra session of nineteen
hundred and two (1902), in addition to
moneys appropriated by said act, ten
thousand (10,000) dollars.
One hundred and thirtieth: For the
purpose of completing the work of the
preservation of the original records of
the Civil war, as provided by chapter
two hundred and eleven (211), General
Laws of nineteen hundred and one (1901),
two thousand (2,000) dollars.
One hundred and thirty-first: For ad
ditional provision for the payment of the
expense of the legislative session of nine
teen hundred and three (1903), twenty
thousand (20,000) dollars.
One hundred and thirty-second: For
printing, advertising and binding, as may
be provided by contract for the several
state departments and officers, for the
fiscal year ending July thirty-first (31st),
nineteen hundred and five (1905), seven
ty-five thousand (75,000) dollars.
One hundred and thirty-third: For ad
ditional salary of the superintendent of
public instruction, for the fiscal year end
ing July thirty-first (31st), nineteen hun
dred and three (1903). two hundred and
fifty (250) dollars.
One hundred and thirty-fourth: For
the same purpose, for each of the two
fiscal years ending July thirty-first (31st),
nineteen hundred and five (1905), five
hundred (500) dollars.
One hundred and thirty-fifth: For ad
ditional salary for accountant in office of
state auditor, three hundred (300) dollars,
for the fiscal year ending July thirty
first (31st), nineteen hundred and four
(1904), and annually thereafter.
One hundred and thirty-sixth: For pro
vision for the payment of the expense of
disbarment proceedings of attorneys as
provided by law. during the two fiscal
years ending July thirty-first (31st),
nineteen hundred and five (1905), the
Bum of five hundred (500) dollars.
Sec. 3. Miscellaneous Appropriations
First: To settle and satisfy in full the
Indebtedness of the state to J. V. Brower,
commissioner of Itasca State Park, for
expense incurred and services rendered
in conection with the establishment of
said park, the sum of five thousand one
Snared and seventy-nine and 4-100
(o,l(9.04) of which full itemized accounts
are stated at pages 809 to 813, volume 2,
Minnesota Executive Documents of 1894.
Second. To settle and pay in full the
charges of Messrs. Davis, Kellogg & Sev
erance for services as attorneys rendered
to the state, i the Red reservation
school sectionn cases, asLakr pee account on
file with' state auditor, five thousand
(5,000) dollars. yuwmu
Third. To settle and pay in full the
charges of Henry W. Childs for similar
services, two thousand (2,000) dollars.
Sec. 4. Appropriations for deficiencies.
First. For the payment of the follow
ing deficiency items in the construction
and completion of the state normal
school at Duluth, Minn.:
(a) Johnson Electric Service company
for heat regulating devices one thousand
nine hundred and twenty-five (1.925) dol
lars.
(b) D. R. Black, plumbing contract,
two thousand two hundred and eighty
eight and 83-100 (2,288.83) dollar*.
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four (1904), seven hundred (700) dollars.
On- hundred and eleventh: For the
same purpose, for the fiscalyear.ending
July thirty-first (31st). nineteen hundred
and five (1905). seven hundred (700) dol-
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company contract, twelve hundred d.200)
dollars.
(d) Palmer. Hall & Hunt, architects*
accounts, two thousand three hundred
and thirty-one and. 34-100 (2.331.34) dol
lars.
Provided, that said sum shall be ac
cepted by said respective persons in full
settlement of and for all charges and
claims incident to said work.
Second. For the payment of Indebted
ness of the state for printing, advertis
ing and binding for the fiscal year end
ing July thirty-first (31st), nineteen hun
dred and three (1903), eighty-five thou
sand (85,000) dollars.
Third. For janitor's services, state
capitol. five hundred (500) dollars.
Fourth. For capitol repairs and fur
nishing, one thousand five hundred (1,500)
dollars.
Fifth. For Jnawance commissioner's
contingent expenses, seven hundred (700)
dollars.
Sixth. For state treasurer's contingent
expenses, two hundred (200) dollars.
Seventh. For legislative expense, ses
sion of nineteen hundred and one (1901),
one hundred (100) dollars.
Eighth. For telephone rent, five hun
dred (500) dollars.
Ninth. For printing insurance laws,
nine hundred sixty and 29-100 {960.29)
dollars.
Tenth. For the payment of wolf boun
ties, thirty thousand (30,000) dollars.
Eleventh. For the payment of the
claim of F. Goodsell & Company for coal
furnished the state normal school at
Moorhead, the sum of one hundred thir
ty-seven and 78-100 (137.78) dollars.
Provided, that said sum shall be ac
cepted in full settlement of said claim.
Twelfth. For sheriff's expenses con
veying prisoners to state prison and state
reformatory, three thousand (3,000) dol
lars.
All of the foregoing deficiency appro
pritlons shall be available during the
fiscal year ending July thirty-first (31st),
nineteen hundred and three (1903).
Sec. 5. For relief of Individuals, which
amounts shall be in full payment of all
claims now or hereafter to be made by
the respective claimants herein named:
FirstFor the relief of Beda Wing
strand, for injuries sustained by her while
In the performance of her duties as an
employe of the state in the laundry of the
St. Peter insane hospital, the sum of four
thousand (4,000) dollars.
SecondFor the relief of Margaret
Vogel, for injuries sustained by her
while operating the mangle in the St.
Peter hospital laundry, the sum of one
thousand (1,000) dollars.
ThirdFor the relief of John Standen,
for injuries sustained by him while em
ployed as a servant of the state at the
school of agriculture, the sum of one
thousand (1,000) dollars.
FourthFor the relief of Albert P. Do
ree, for personal injuries sustained by
him while engaged as a member of Bat
tery B, First light artillery, Minnesota
National guards, in firing a salute in
honor of the president, the sum of four
thousand (4,000) dollars.
FifthFor the relief of Marv C. Sin
clair, In addition to the provision made
by section six (G). chapter three hundred
and eighty-one (381). General Laws of
nineteen hundred and one (1901), the sum
of four hundred, sixty-eight (468) dollars,
the same being equivalent to the pension
provided by said law from the date of
the death of said Robert B. Sinclair to
the date of the first payment of said
pension money.
SixthFor the relief of Charles Larson
for injuries sustained by him while in
the employ of the state at the agricultu
ral experiment station of the university,
the sum of five hundred (500) dollars.
SeventhFor the purpose of partially
reimbursing Chisago county for expense
in the trial and conviction of non-resi
dent persons for murder in the year 1896,
to be received in full settlement of all
claims, one thousand dollars.
Sec. 6. Appropriations for the first
state fish hatchery:
A. For the fiscal year ending July thir
ty-first (31st), nineteen hundred and three
(1903).
FirstFor the condemnation and pur
chase of lands and improvement, three
thousand (3,000) dollars.
SecondFor cementing old ponds, two
thousand (2,000) dollars.
ThirdTo complete new ponds In
course of construction, fifteen hundred
(1.500) dollars.
B. To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and four (1904).
FirstFor one new dwelling house for
hatchery employes, two thousand (2.000)
dollars.
SecondFor waterway and pen stock,
eight hundred and fifty (850) dollars.
ThirdFor system of sewerage, five
hundred (500) dollars.
Sec. 7. Appropriations for the state
asylum, Anoka.
A. To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and three (1903).
FirstAdditional appropriation for cold
storage, fifteen hundred (1,500) dollars.
SecondAdditional appropriation for
boiler and dynamo, main building, three
thousand (3,000) dollars.
ThirdBrick smoke stack, fifteen hun
dred (1,500) dollars.
FourthEngine house and moving
present plant, three thousand five hun
dred (3,500) dollars.
B. To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st). nineteen
hundred and four (1904).
FirstHeating, water supply, lighting
for group of cottages, ten thousand
(10,000) dollars.
SecondChanges In main building, fif
teen hundred (1,500) dollars.
ThirdIce house, carpenter shop, paint
shop, one thousand (1,000) dollars.
FourthWater tower and tank, pig
gery, hennery and corn crib, three thou
sand (3,000) dollars.
FifthRepairs and betterments, fifteen
hundred (1,500) dollars.
SixthCurrent expense (no standing ap
propriation) fifty thousand (50,000) dol
lars.
C. To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and five (1905).
FirstIce house, carpenter shop, paint
shop, one thousand (1.000) dollars.
SecondWater tower and tank, pig
gery, hennery and corn crib, two thou
sand five hundred (2,500) dollars.
ThirdRepairs and betterments, fif
teen hundred (1,500) dollars.
FourthCurrent expense (no standing
appropriation), fifty thousand (50,000) dol-
Sec. 8- Appropriations for the state
asylum for the insane, Hastings.
A To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and three (1903).
FirstHeating, laundry and water sup
ply, and grading grounds, twenty-five
thousand (25,000) dollars.
To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and four (1904).
FirstAdditional for cold storage, fifteen
(1500) dollars.
SecondChanges in main building, fif
teen hundred (1500) dollars.
Third-Ice house, five hundred (500)
doll 3_rs
FourthRepairs and betterments, fif
teen hundred (1500) dollars.
FifthCurrent expenses (no standing
appropriation) fifty thousand (50,000) dol-
C. To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and five (1905).
FirstRepairs and betterments, fifteen
hundred (1500) dollars.-
SecondCurrent expenses (no standing
appropriation), fifty thousand (50,000) dol
lars.
Sec. 9. Appropriations for the state hos
pital for the insane, Fergus Falls.
A. To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st) nineteen
hundred and three (1903).
FirstExtension to laundry and equip
ment, five thousand (5,000) dollars.
B. To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and four (1904).
FirstFire alarm, system, two thousand
(2.000) dollars.
SecondRepairs and betterments, five
thousand (5,000) dollars.
ThirdCurrent expense (in addition to
standing appropriation) one hundred and
seventy-three thousand (173,000) dollars.
C. To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and five (1905).
FirstRepairs and betterments, five
thousand (5,000) dollars.
SecondCurrent expense, (in addition to
standing appropriation) one hundred and
seventy-three thousand (173,000) dollars.
Sec. 10. Appropriations or the state
hospital for the insane, Rochester:
A To be available for the year ending
July thirty-first (31st), nineteen hundred
and four (1904).
FirstOne additional boiler, five thou
sand (5,000) dollars.
SecondRepairs and betterments, five
thousand .(5,000) dollars.
ThirdCurrent expense (no addition to
standing appropriation), thirty-eight thou
sand (38,000) dollars.
C. To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and five (1905).
FirstFira proof floors, main building,
ten thousand (10.000) dollars.
SecondRepairs and betterments, five
thousand (5,000) dollars.
ThirdCurrent expense (in addition to
standing appropriation) thirty-eight thou
sand (38,000) dollars.
Sec. 11. Appropriations for the state
hospital for the insane, St. Peter.
A, To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and three (1903).
FirstReconstructing of heating plant,
ten thousand (10,000) dollars.
B. To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and four (1904).
FirstRepairs and plumbing in de
tached wards, twelve thousand (12,000)
dollars.
SecondPiggery, one thonsand (1,000)
dollars.
Third-Repairs and betterments, Ave
thousand (5,000) dollars.
FourthCurrent expenses (In addition
to standing appropriation, thirty thou
sand (30.000) dollars.
C. To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty first (31st), nineteen
hundred and five (1905).
FirstReconstruction of main building,
forty thousand (40,000) dollars.
SecondRepairs and betterments, five
thousand (5,000) dollars. XM*,^ *rt
ThirdCurrent expense (in addition to
standing appropriation) thirty thousand
(30,000) dollars.
Sec. 12. Appropriations for the school
for feeble-minded, Faribault.
A. To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st) nineteen
hundred and three (1903).
FirstBoiler and repairs In engine room,
fifteen hundred (1500) dollars.
Second-Sewer for farm cottages, one
thousand (1,000) dollars.
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ThirdFurniture, thousand (AWm
availabltwo for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and four (1904).
First-Additional appropriation for as
sembly hall, six thousand (6,000) dollars
SecondExtension of cow barn and silo,
tv/o thousand (2,000) dollars.
ThirdFurniture, one thousandu (1,000)
FourthTowerX shaft and plumbing stone
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twenS-fSfthousanf (25,000) dollars.
Sixth-Repairs and betterments, five
thousand (5,000) dollars. mJtMlm *0
Seventh-Current expense (in addition to
standing appropriation) ninety thousand
availal,le for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st). nineteen
hundred and five (1905). ,AT,+
FirstOne cottage and equipment,
twenty-five thousand 25.00 dU
a,rs.
Second-Tower shaft and ptambing
stone building, five thousand (5.000) dol
ThIrd-Wing to hospital for tuberculous
patients, and equipment, fifteen thousand
(15,000) dollars. ._ fl,r/.
Fourth-Repairs and betterments, five
thousand (5,000) dollars. a fl i to
FifthCurrent expense (in addition to
standing appropriation), one hundred and
ten thousand (110.000) dollars.
Sec. 13. Appropriations for the state
training school. Red Wing:
A- To be available for the fiscal year
endmg July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and three (1906). _ fhpnf
FirstRepairs and betterment, three
thousand (3,000) dollars.
B- To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-firs (31st). nineteen
^rst-Ne
rerse(J?oirt
on. thousand
(1.000) dollars.
SecondHeating plant, ten thousand
(10.000) dollars.
ThirdRepairs and betterments, two
thousand (2,000) dollars. *n
FourthCurrent expense (In addition to
standing appropriation), thirty thousand
(30.000) dollars. -.I-I-
FifthDepartment of manual training,
two thousand (2,000) dollars.
SixthState agency (in additioni to
standing appropriation), one thousand
^^To^available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and five (1905).
FirstRepairs and betterments, two
thousand (2,000) dollars. *ft
SecondCurrent expense (In addition to
standing appropriation), thirty thousand
(30,000) dollars.
ThirdState agency (In addition to
standing appropriation), two thousand
(2,000) dollars. __
FourthManual training, two thousand
(2,000) dollars.
Sec. 14. Appropriations for state re
formatory, St. Cloud.
A: To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and four (1904).
FirstAdministration building, ten
thousand (10,000) dollars.
SecondAdditional dynamo, five hun
dred (500) dollars. ._
ThirdCow barn, three thousand (3,000)
FourthShoe and tin shops, two thou
sand (2,000) dollars.
FifthRepairs and betterments, two
thousand (2,000) dollars. .-,x,_
SixthCurrent expense (In addition to
standing appropriation), sixty thousand
(60,000) dollars. __
B: To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and five (1905).
FirstAdministration building, ten
thousand (10,000) dollars.
Second|Te cell wing, ten thousand
(10,000) dollars.
ThirdRepairs and betterments, two
thousand (2.000) dollars.
FourthCurrent expense (In adltion to
standing appropriation), sixty thousand
(60,000) dollars.
Sec. 15. Appropriations for the state
prison at Stillwater.
A: To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and four (1904).
FirstEnlargement of cell house and
partial equipment, constructing ward for
insane criminals and partial equipment,
and other buildings and improvements,
fifty-five thousand (55,000) dollars.
SecondRepairs and betterments, two
thousand (2,000) dollars.
B: To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and five (1905).
FirstRepairs and betterments, two
thousand (2,000) dollars.
Sec. 16. Appropriations for the school
for the deaf, Faribault.
A: To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and three (1903).
FirstRemodeling plumbing in bath
rooms, four thousand five hundred
(4.50O) dollars.
SeeondAdditional appropriation for
addition to cabinet shop, five hundred
(500) dollars.
B: To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and four (1904).
FirstFire escape, one thousand six
hundred (1,600) dollars.
SecondFloor in dining room, five hun
dred (500) dollars.
ThirdFor school building and equip
ment, twenty-five thousand (25,000) dol
lars.
FourthLibrary, two hundred and fifty
(250) dollars.
FifthRepairs and betterments, two
thousand five hundred (2,500) dollars.
SixthCurrent expense (in addition to
standing appropriation), twenty thousand
(20,000) dollars.
C: To be available for the fiscal year
onding July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and five (1905).
FirstLibrary, two hundred and fifty
(250) dollars.
SecondRepairs and betterments, two
thousand five hundred (2,500) dollars.
ThirdCurrent expense (in addition to
standing appropriation), twenty thou
sand (20,000) dollars.
Sec. 17. Appropriations for the school
for the blind, Faribault.
A. To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and four (1904).
FirstBoiler and repairs in boiler room,
one thousand (1,000) dollars.
SecondMusical equipment and school
library, fifteen hundred (1,500) dollars.
ThirdRepairs and betterments, one
thousand (1,000) dollars.
FourthCurrent expense (in addition to
standing appropriation), ten thousand
(10,000) dollars.
B. To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and five (1905).
FirstMusical equipment and school li
brary, fifteen hundred (1,500) dollars.
SecondRepairs and betterments, one
thousand (1,000) dollars.
ThirdCurrent expense (in addition to
standing appropriation), ten thousand
five hundred (10,500) dollars.
Sec. 18. Appropriations for state pub
lic school, Owatonna.
A. To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and four (1904).
FirstCement floors, one thousand
(1,000) dollars.
SecondFloor in dining room, three
hundred (300) dollars.
ThirdLibrary, two hundred and fifty
(250) dSllars.
FourthRepairs and betterments, two
thousand (2,000) dollars.
FifthCurrent expense (in addition to
standing appropriation), twenty-seven
thousand (27,000) dollars.
SixthState agency (in addition to
standing appropriation), five thousand
five hundred (5,500) dollars.
B. To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and five (1905).
FirstLibrary, two hundred and fifty
(250) dollars.
SecondRepairs and betterments, two
thousand (2,000) dollars.
ThirdCurrent expense (In addition to
standing appropriation), twenty-seven
thousand (27,000) dollars.
FourthState agency (in addition to
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GENERAL LAWS OF MINNESOTA PASSED AT THE LEGISLATIVE SESSION OF 1903.
standing appropriation), five thousand
five hundred (5,500) dollars.
Provided, that for the years ending
July thirty-first (31st), nineteen hundred
and four (1904), and July thirty-first
(31st), nineteen hundred and five, re
spectively, the board Of control is author
ized, by and with the approval of the
auditor of state, to transfer in cases of
necessity a portion of the funds appro
priated for the current expenses of any
one of the following institutions, namely:
The St. Peter state hospital for the in
sane, Rochester state hospital for the in
sane, the Fergus Falls state hospital for
the insane, the Anoka state asylum, the
Hastings state asylum, the school for the
deaf, the school for the blind, the school
for the feeble minded, the state public
school, the state training school, the
state reformatory, and the state prison,
to the use of any other of the aforesaid
institutions and it is further authorized,
by and with the approval of the auditor
of state, to use sums not exceeding in
the aggregate five thousand (5,000) dol
lors where necessary to supplement the
appropriations for current expenses of
any of the above named institu
tions. Provided, that said board
may, without such consent and approval
of the auditor of state, use the balance
of any appropriation made for a specific
purpose at any institution for any other
specific purpose in and about such insti
tution, after the purpose for which such
appropriation was made, has been ac
complished. And provided, further, that
said board is hereby authorized and em
powered to set asi#e a portion of the
current-expense fund of any such insti
tution to be used as a diversified labor
fund for the introduction and encourage
ment of such industries as in its judg
ment may be beneficial to the inmates of
such institution.
Provided, further, that in the expendi
ture of the money hereinbefore provided
for maintenance of state institutions, the
board of control shall have full power
and authority to fix and pay such addi
tional salaries to the employes of the
state, except the superintendent of state
institutions, as in the opinion of said
board shall be proper and just.
Sec. 19. Appropriations for the state
normal school, Winona.
A To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and four (1904).
First. Library equipment and books,
five hundred (500) dollars.
Second. Repairs and betterments, one
thousand (1,000) dollars.
Third. Furniture and apparatus, five
hundred (500) dollars.
Fourth. Addition to president's salary,
five hundred (500) dollars.
Fifth. For the purchase of land for
flte for ladles' horns the sum of six thou
sand, five hundred (6.500) dollars.
Provided, further, that the sum of
eighteen thousand five hundred (18,500)
dollars, the i mount of unexpended bal
ance of appropriations made by section
fourteen (14) of chapter three hundred
eie-hty-one (381), General Laws of nine
teen hundred and one (1901), being ten
thousand (10,000) dollars for heat.ng
plant and eight thousand five hundred
(8,500) dollars,-balance of appropriations
for new roof and improvement of old
building, shall be devoted for the purpose
of increasing the above specified sum to
be used in acquiring said site for ladies'
home, and improving the same.
Sixth. Current expense (in addition to
standing appropriation), ten thousand
(10,000) dollars. __._
B. To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and five (1905).
First. Library books and equipment,
five hundred (500) dollars.
Second. Repairs and betterments, one
thousand (1.000) dollars.
Third. Furniture and apparatus, five
hundred (500) dollars.
Fourth. Addition to president's salary,
five hundred (500) dollars.
Fifth. Current expense (in addition to
standing appropriations, ten thousand
(10,000) dollars.
FourthLibrary books and equipment,
one thousand (1,000) dollars.
FifthGrading and improving of
grounds, one thousand (1,000) dollars.
SixthAddition to president's salary,
five hundred (500) dollars.
SeventhCurrent expense (no standing
appropriation), twenty-five thousand
(25,000) dollars.
B. To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and five (1905).
FirstLibrary books and equipment,
five hundred (500) dollars.
SecondPhysical, chemical, biological
and geographical apparatus and supplies,
two thousand (2,000) dollars.
ThirdAdditional furniture and equip
ment, seven hundred and fifty (750) dol-
FourthRepairs and betterments, five
hundred (500) dollars.
-FifthAddition to president's salary,
five hundred (500) dollars.
SixthCurrent expense (no standing
:*^^^*m &i:mmmmgmm&
appropriation), twenty-seven thousand
(27.000) dcllars.
Sec. 24. Appropriations for University
of Minnesota.
A. To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen,
hundred and three (1903).
FirstFor extraordinary repairs, in
cluding tunnels, twenty thousand (20.000)
dollars.
SecondEnlargement and grading of
campus, eleven thousand (11,000) dollars.
B. To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and four (1904).
FirstFor additional cursjnt expenses,
forty-five thousand (45,000) dollars.
SecondFor addition and equipment to
law building, thirty thousand (30.000)
dollars.
ThirdFor completion and equipment
of mines building, twenty-five thousand
(25,000) dollars.
FourthFor library, five thousand (5,-
000) dollars.
FifthFor ordinary repairs, ten thou
sand (10.000) dollars.
SixthFor Improvement of the campus,
three thousand (3,000) dollars.
C. To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and five (1905).
FirstFor additional current expenses,
forty-five thousand (45,000) dollars.
SecondFor equipment and repairs in
engineering department and electric light
plant, forty thousand (40,000) dollars.
ThirdFor library, five thousandn(5.000)
dollars.]
Kc i
hundrerd~
ordinary repairs te thou
#?'^r
sand (10,000) dollars.
FifthFor improvement of campus,
three thousand (3,000) dollars.
SixthFor erection of bacteriological
laboratory, sixty thousand (60,000) dol
lars.
i
available for the fiscal year
To
ending
Julry
thirty-first ninetee
completion of(31st), bacteriologicanl
and six (1906).
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Irst
Fo
laboratory, forty thousand (40,000) dol
lars.
SecondFor partial equipment of bac-
/t
i
laboratory, five thousand
ca
1
(5,000) dollars.
Sec. 25. Appropriations for the school
of agriculture.
A: to be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and four (1904).
FirstFor equipment to chemical build
ing, five thousand (5,000) dollars.
SecondFor machinery building, five
thousandF,(5,000) dollars.
/^TJ&h
0,r
dormitory forty thousand
(40,000) dollars.
Sec. 26. Appropriations for substation
at Grand Rapids.
A: To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and four (1904).
FirstFor current expenses, four thou
sand (4,000) dollars.
B: To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred an five (1905).
1Is^7"J^rd
cu rrent expenses, four thou
sand (4.000) dollars.
Sec. 27. Appropriation for substation
at Crookston.
A: To bo available for the fiscal year
ending Julry thirty-first (31st),
hundred four X1904).
curr ent expenses, sinineteen
r and
0
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b,e
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thou
sand (6,000) dollars.
SecondFor drainage of state farm, five
thousand (5,000) dollars, upon the condi
tioni,.
conditionally unto the
howeverd that the conveyance grant
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State of Minnesota be so modified that
in the
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Sec. 20. Appropriations for the state
normal school, Mankato.
A. To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and four (1904).
First. Repairs and betterments, two
thousand five hundred (2,500) dollars.
Second. Furniture, five hundred (500)
dollars.
Third. Library books and equipment,
five hundrsd (500) dollars.
Fourth. Addition to president's salary,
five hundred (500) dollars.
Fifth. Current expense (In addition to
standing appropriations), ten thousand
(10,000) dollars.
B. To be available for the fiscal year
ending Julv thirty-first 31st), nineteen
hundred and five (1905).
First. Repairs and" betterments, two
thousand five hundred-(2.500) dollars.--.-
Second. Furniture, five hundred (500)
dollars.
Third. Library books and equipment,
five hundred (500) dollars.
Fourth. Addition to president's salary,
five hundred (500) dollars.
Fifth. Current expense (In addition to
standing appropriation), ten thousand
(10.000) dollars.
Section 2L Appropriations for the state
normal school, St. Cloud.
A. To bo available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and three (19C-3).
First. For acquiring additional land,
one thousand (1,000) dollars.
B. To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and four (1904).
First. Library books and equipment,
five hundred (500) dollars.
Second. Furniture, five hundred 50J
dollars.
Third. Repairs, five hundred (500) dol
lars.
Fourth. Heating plant for Lawrence
hall, connection with central heating
plant, and new boiler, four thousand five
hundred (4,500) dollars.
Fifth. Addition to president's salary,
five hundred (500) dollars.
Sixth. Current expense (in addition to
standing appropriation), twelve thousand
(12,000) dollars.
C. To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and five (1905).
First. Library books and equipment,
five hundred (500) dollars.
Second. Furniture, five hundred (500)
dollars.
Third. Repairs, five hundred (500) dol
lars.
Fourth. Addition to president's salary,
five hundred (500) dollars.
Fifth. Current expense (in addition to
standing appropriation), twelve thousand
(12,000) dollars.
Section 22. Appropriations for the state
normal school, Moorhead.
A. To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and four (1904).
First. Library books and equipment,
seven hundred fifty (750) dollars.
Second. Furniture, sevea hundred and
fifty (750) dollars.
Third. Apparatus, seven hundred and
fifty (750) dollars.
Fourth Repairs and betterments, one
thousand five hundred (1,500) dcllars.
Fifth. For repairs and refurnishing
ladies home, five hundned (500) dollars.
Sixth. Addition to president's salary,
five hundred (500) dollars.
Seventh. Current expense (in addition
to standing appropriation), fifteen thou
sand five hundred (15,500) dollars.
B. To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and five (1905).
First. Library books and equipment,
seven hundred and fifty (750) dollars.
Second. Furniture, seven hundred and
fifty (750) dollars.
Third. Apparatus, seven hundred and
fifty (750) dollars.
Fourth. Repairs, fifteen hundred (1,500)
dollars.
Fifth. For repairs to dormitory, grad
ing grounds and for coal bunkers, two
thousand (2,000) dollars.
Sixth. For repairs and refurnishing
ladies home, five hundred (500) dollars.
Seventh. For addition to president's
salary, five hundred (500) dollars.
EighthCurrent expense (in addition
to standing appropriation), fifteen thou
sand five hundred (15,500) dollars.
Sec. 23. Appropriations for the state
normal school, Duluth.
A. To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and four (1904).
FirstPhysical, chemical, biological and
geographical apparatus and supplies, two
thousand (2,000) dollars.
SecondRepairs and betterments, fif
teen hundred (1,500) dollars.
ThirdAdditional furniture and equip
ments, seven hundred and fifty (750) dol-
aiy6
made.
avail of the
condition In saM deed contained to buy
said premises at a stipulated sum per
acre therein mentioned, that it shall not
pay any interest upon said stipulated
purchase price whatsoever, either from
the date of said original deed or other
wise and provided further, tha thre
moneys heretofore appropriated for
buildings on said farmf antd now remain
ing unexpended shalcl not be used until
said
modificationaIlain
A808-1t
yea
said conveyance is
ending July thirty-ru.tt (31st), nineteen
hundred and five (1905,.
mFrJ%R $u*rent
tt
flscaJ year
six thou-
aJa.,2abl.J?expensefor
fo
sand (6,000) dollars
Sec. 28. Appropriations soldiers'
home. AL.TTbie ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and three (1903).
FirstFor completion of new dining
hall and kitchen, three thousand (3.000)
dollars.
B. To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and four (1904).
FirstFor current expenses and main-
tenanceJn a.dditlQn'' to ..annual" appropria-,
tioinTen thousand (10,000) dollars.
SecondFor repairs and improve
ments, fifteen hundred (1,500) dollars.
Third. For enlargement of hospital,
fifty-five hundred (5,500) dollars.
C. To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and five (1905).
FirstFor current expense and main
tenance in addition to annual appropria
tion, ten thousand (10,000) dollars.
SecondFor repairs and Improvements,
fifteen hundred (1,500) dollars.
Sec. 29. Appropriations for the state
agricultural society.
A. To be available for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and five (1905).
FirstFor the erection and equipment
of building for the display of manufac
tured products manufactured exclusively
in the State of Minnesota, thirty thou
sand (30,000) dollars.
Sec. 30. This act shall take effect and
be in force from and after its passage.
Approved April 19. 1903.
CHAPTER 286S. F. NO. 270.
A N ACT to provide for the appointment
by the board of control of state institu
tions of a state agent for the aid and
supervision of paroled or discharged
prisoners.
Be it enacted by the legislature of the
State of Minnesota:
Section 1. The board of control of state
Institutions may at any. time when it
deems It necessary appoint a state agent
for the aid and supervision of paroled or
discharged prisoners. The said state
agent shall receive such salary as It shall
fix and determine, together with the nec
essary traveling expenses incurred In the
discharge of his duties, and he shall per
form such duties as it may prescribe in
behalf or in supervision of prisoners pa
roled or discharged from the state prison,
the state reformatory, or any other pub
lic prison in this state, including the re
turn of paroled prisoners to such institu
tions. It shall be his special duty to as
sist discharged or paroled prisoners in ob
taining employment. The salary and ex
penses of said state agent shall be paid
from the current expense fund of such In
stitutions, and shall be divided between
them in proportion to the appropriation
made by the legislature for their current
expenses. Before entering upon the du
ties of his office he shall take oath and
file a bond in such sum as said board
shall prescribe for the faithful perform
ance of his duties. Such bond and oath
shall be filed in the office of the secre
tary of state. shall hold office at the
will of said board.
Sec. 2. All acts and parts of acts In
consistent herewith are hereby repealed.
Sec. 3. This act shall take effect and
be in force from and after its passage.
Approved April 20, 1903.
CHAPTER 287H. F. NO. 911.
A N ACT to provide for a levy of taxes
for state purposes for the year ending
July 3lst, one thousand nine hundred
and four (1904), and July 31st, one thou
sand nine hundred and five (1905).
Be it enacted by the legislature of the
State of Minnesota:
Section 1. For the purpose of defray
ing the expenses of the state for the fiscal
year ending July thirty-first (31st), one
thousand nine hundred and four (1904), a
tax of seven hundred and seventy-five
thousand dollars ($755,000),or as near that
amount as practicable, shall be levied on
all the taxable property of the state pro
vided, that the tax hereby levied shall not
exceed the rate of one (1) mill on each
dollar of taxable property.
Sec. 2. For the purpose of defraying
the expenses of the state for the fiscal
year ending July thirty-first (31st), one
thousand nine hundred and five (1905), a
tax of eight hundred thousand dollars
($800,000), or as near that amount as prac
ticable, shall be levied on all the taxable
property of the state provided that the
tax hereby levied shall not exceed the
rate of one mill (1) on each dollar of tax
able property.
Sec. 3. All taxes levied under the pro
visions of this act, when collected and
paid into the state treasury, shall be
placed to the credit of the general rev
enue fund only.
Sec. 4. This act shall take effect and be
in force from and after its passage.
Approved April 20, 1903.
CHAPTER 288H. F. NO. 630.
A N ACT to amend section four hundred
and twenty-one (421) of General Stat
utes 1894 of the State of Minnesota, re
lating to the salary of the public ex
aminer.
Be it enacted by the legislature of the
State of Minnesota:
Section 1. That section four hundred
and twenty-one (421) of General Statutes
1894 of the State of Minnesota, be amend
ed by adding thereto at the end of said
section the following: The amounts paid
int the this the
Cito of Sttreasury Paul forof servicesstate of saibypub-
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lic examiner, or his deputies or assist
ants, in examining the office and records
of the city comptroller, city treasurer,
and other revenue and financial officers of
the City of St. Paul, shall inure to the
personal benefit of said public examiner.
All fees collected by the public exam
iner, pursuant to the provisions of chapi
ter 233 of the laws of Minnesota for 1901.
entitled "An act to revise and codify the
laws relative to building, loan and sav
ings associations doing a general business
in the State of Minnesota," 'shall be ap
plied towards paying the expenses of tne
office of said public examiner, and shall
not Inure to his personal benefit.
Sec. 2. All acts or parts of acts Incon
sistent with this act are hereby repealed.
Sec. 3. This act shall take effect and be
in force from and after its passage.
Approved April 20. 1903.
CHAPTER 289S, F. NO. 456.
A N AOTW authorise the reorganization
of school districts In cities having a
population of 10.000 inhabitants, or less
in which the city counci or common
council performs the duties of a eoara
of education. ,_*.. th
Be it enacted by the legislature of the
State of Minnesota:
Section 1. That in any city in thisi state,
containing 10,000 inhabitants or 5}
which the city council or common council
performs the duties of a board ofeflu
cation, the said council may be "gf
of said duties, and a board of school in
spectors may be elected, and when sucn
election is had, all the powers and du
ties resting upon the said city council in
relation to the public i
cho jfc rt
city, shall vest in and be
rm by
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said inspectors, who shau be known ab
"the board of education" pf such city.
Sec. 2. Whenever a majority- of the le
gal voters of such city, to be determined
by the total vote cast in such city at tne
last general election, shall desire to re
lieve the council of the said city from
the duties of controlling and managing
the public schools of said city, such legal
voters shall petition the common council
or city council for the election of a board
of education, which petition shall be filed
with the city recorder or city clerk of
said city at least forty (40) days before
the city election of said city.
Sec. 3. Upon the filing of such petition,
the said council shall immediately cause
notice to be given that at the next city
election the question will be submitted to
the voters of said city whether the meth
od of managing the public schools of
said City shall be changed, and shall sub
mit said question to the voters at the
next city election occurring more than
thirty (30) days after the filing of said
petition. The said question shall be sub
mitted to said electors on the city bal
lot and may be in the following form:
In favor of a new board of education,
against a new board of education, and
the voter shall put an mark opposite
the proposition he shall vote for. If a
majority of those voting on said question
at said election shall vote in favor of such
new board, then the management, direc
tion, supervision and control of the pub
lic schools of such city shall he vested
in such board of education, and shall be
divested out of the council of said city.
Sec. 4. Nominations for members of
such board of education, to be denomin
ated "school inspectors," may be made
and such inspectors may be elected at
the same election at which the proposi
tion to change the management and con
trol of the schools from the city council
to the board of education shall be sub
mitted and if said proposition is adopted
by the voters, as specified in section or
this act, the Inspectors so elected shad
immediately become the board of educa
tion of said city, and shall be vested with
all the powers, rights, duties and privi
leges theretofor vested in the council of
said city acting as a board of education.
Sec. 5. Such school inspectors shall be
elected as follows: Two (2) inspectors
shall be elected from each ward of said
city, and one inspector shall be elected at
large said inspectors shall hold office for
four years and until their successors are
elected and qualified but at the first elec
tion one of the inspectors from each ward
shall be nominated and elected to hold of
fice for two years only, and thereafter one
inspector from each ward shall be elected
for four years.
Sec. 6. The inspectors so elected and
qualified shall be a body corporate and
shall be known as the board of education
of said city, which shall be their corpo
rate name. Said board of education may
sue and be sued, have a corporate seal,
and may do and perform all the acts and
things and have all the powers and du
ties with their predecessors, such coun
cil, as a board of education, could do or
perform in the management, control and
operation of the public schools of the said
cl^y? -.-TJMji. sh&Vt &ls<yhar?&vU"\2'Xit?i>i
and charge of all the funds of the said
public schools, and have power to levy all
necessary taxes for educational purposes
for the construction of school houses, the
equipment thereof, and for the necessary
equipment of all the public schools of
said city, and for the maintenance and
support of said schools. Said board of
education shall elect one of their number
president of said board, who shall hold
office for two years and until his succes
sor is elected and qualified.
Sec. 7. The city clerk or city recorder
shall ex-offlclo be the secretary of the
board of education, and the city treas
urer shall ex-officlo be the treasurer of
said board of education. The funds of the
said board of education shall be paid out
on the warrant of the board, signed by
the president and cuntersigned by the
secretary, and the secretary and treasurer
of said board shall give bonds for the
faithful performance of their duties, and
for the faithful care and custody of the
unds of said board, in such amounts and
as' often as shall be required by the board.
Sec. 8. Upon the adoption by the legal
voters of any such city of such change
of the management of the public schools
of such city from such city council to
such board of education, and immediately
after the election and organization of
such board, all funds in the city treasury
of said city belonging to the educational
fund, or to the school fund, or to the
common schools of said city, shall imme
diately be subject to the order, drafts
and warrants and under the exclusive con
trol of said board of education, and the
city council of said city shall have no
further authority over said funds. The
city treasurer of said city shall hold the
same subject to the order of said board
of education only.
Sec. 9. N member of the board of
education shall receive any.salary, fees or
compensation whatsoever" for any duties
required of him as a member of such
board. The city clerk or city recorder
shall receive no salary, fees or compensa
tion whatsoever for acting as secretary of
such board of education. The city treas
urer shall receive no salary, fees or com
pensation whatsoever for acting as the
treasurer of said board of education, but
the salaries, fees or compensation paid to
the said city clerk or city recorder by
such city: and the salary or compensa
tion paid to such city treasurer by such
city shall be in full compensation for all
service required by the provisions of
this act.
Sec. 10. No member of the board cf ed
ucation, secretary of said board, or treas
urer thereof, and no city officer of said
city, shall be a party to, or interested in,
any contract made with the said board
of education, nor shall said board cf edu
cation engage any superintendent of
schools or any teacher for the scnools of
the said city who is related by blood or
marriage to any member of said board of
education, except by the unanimous con
sent and vote of all members-elect of
said board.
Sec. 11. This act shall take effect and
be In force from and after its passage.
Approved April 20, 1903.
CHAPTER 290H. F. NO. 9i&
A N ACT to appropriate money out of the
Internal Improvement fund to aid in
building bridges and constructing roads
and culverts, or draining lands or
roads, or other improvements as the
rase may be, in certain counties in this
state, and repealing certain appropria
tions heretofore made, and giving cer
tain towns and counties the right to
issue certificates of indebtedness.
Be it enacted by the legislature of the
State of Minnesota:
Section 1. That the sums hereinafter
named he, and hereby are appropriated
out of any moneys in the state treasury
belonging to the internal Improvement
fund, or out of the first moneys which
shall come into the state treasury be
longing to said fund not otherwise appro
priated, to aid in building substantial
combination or iron and steel bridges,
and for constructing roads and culverts,
or draining lands or roads, or other im
provements, as the case may be, at the
places in the counties hereinafter speci
fied.
Sec. 2. Such money shall be expended
and such work shall be done under the
supervision of the persons or officers
hereinafter named in each case desig
nated. Where no person or officer is
designated, the money shall be expended
and such work shall be done under the
supervision of the county commissioners
of the county where the work is being
done.
Sec. 3. When the work in any location
hereinafter described has been completed,
the proper person herein authorized shall
so certify to the state auditor, who shall
therupon draw his warrant on the state
treasurer, payable to the county, city,
village or town treasurer, as the case
may be. N such treasurer shall re
tain or bo entitled to any portion of
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such appropriation as his fees or com
pensation for handling the same.
Sec. 4. N payment shall be made oa
any appropriation created by this act,
unless the certificate above required, exe
cuted by the proper officers, is filed with
the state auditor on or before December
thirty-first (31st), nineteen hundred
seven (1907).
Any appropriation hereby made, for
which such certificate shall not have
been filed within the time herein speci
fied, shall be cancelled, and is hereby,
repealed.
ANOKA COUNTY.
Sec. 5. That the sum of two hund
(200) dollars Is hereby appropriated out
of said fund, to aid In the construction
of a brldgo across Rice Creek on the
Central Avenue road, in the town or
Fridley, in said county.
That the further sum of two hundred
(200) dollars is hereby appropriated out
of said fund, to aid in building a bridge
across Rum River, in the town ofOjJ*
Grove. In said county, at a point where
the section line between sections nine
teen (19) and thirty (80), in said town,
crosses said river.
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The said sums to be xpndg
the direction of the town board of super
visors of the respective towns.
AITKIN COUNTY.
Sec. 6. That the sum of eight
hundred.J"
(800) dollars is hereby ftPproP1!^
of said fund, to aid in,ffnrtrootlnif "J
repairing a road and.bridges on what 1
known as the "Rice River */id MoQresor
road," in the townships of Bice River
and McGregor, in said county.
Said sum to be expended under the
direction of the county commissioners or.
said Aitkin county.
BECKER COUNTY.
Sec. 7. That the sum of three hundred
(300) dollars is hereby appropriated out
of said fund, to aid In grading and im
proving the county road leading east
from the village of Frazee through the
townships of Burlington, Silver Leaf and
Evergreen.
Said sum to be expended under the
supervision of the chairmen of each of
the boards of supervisors of said town
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That the further sum of three hundred
(300) dollars Is hereby appropriated out
of said fund, to aid in constructing a
wagon bridge across Straight river at a
point where the road now crosses the
same, about eighty (80) rods west of the
south-east corner of section 20, township
140, north of range 36, west that the
further sum of three hundred (300)
dollars is hereby appropriated out of
said fund to aid in the construction or
a bridge across Town Lake near tne
line between sections 34 and 35, township
13S| range 40, where the main road run
ning from Frazee to Pelican Rapids
crofses said lake said amounts to be
expended under. the supervision of the
board of county commssioners of saia
Becker county.
BENTON COUNTY.
Sec 8. That the sum of two nun
dred and fifty dollars (?250.00) is hereby
appropriated out of any moneys In th
state treasury belonging to the internal
improvement fund, or out of the first
moneys which shall come into the state
treasury belonging to said funcL not
otherwise appropriated, to aid in g^ding
and repairing of the highway leading
in a northerly direction from the village
of Gilman, in the township of Alberta, in
Benton county, Minnesota the above
amount to be expended under the super
vision of Felix Rosemark, William Raber
and Enoch Spiczka.
That the sum of two hundred and nrty
dollars ($250.00) is further appropriated
out of said internal improvement fund to
aid irr the grading and repair*"* ofa
highway known as the Granite Lodge
and Foley road, running in a northeast
and southwest direction through the
township of Alberta, in the county of Ben
ton, State of Minnesota. The above sum
to be expended under the supervision of
W. J. S Stewart, Albert Wilke and
George Elwell.
That the sum of one hundred and sev
enty-five dollars ($175.00) is further ap
propriated out of said internal Improve
ment fund to aid in the grading and re
pairing of the highway known as the
North Duelm and Princeton road, and
leading in a westerly direction from the
village of Duelm in Benton county, Min
nesota. The above amount to be expend
ed under tho supervision of Martin
Herbst, C. C. Connelly and Paul Mum.
That the sum of one hundred and sev
enty-five dollars ($175.00) is further ap
propriated out of said internal improve
ment fund to aid in the grading and re
pairing of the Rice and Gilman road, run
ning in an easterly and westerly direc
tion through the township of Graham.
*3eTfem county/ -Mlai*caota,r- EkG^abore
sum to be expended under the supervision
of Scott Thomas, John R. Sparrovr and
B. McCullough.
That the sum of one hundred and flftv
dollars ($150.00) Is hereby appropriated
out of said internal improvement fund to
aid in the building and repair of bridges
in the township of Minden, Benton coun
ty, Minnesota the same to be expended
under the supervision of John Flanigan,
Marcus Bosworth and Henry Blow.
BELTRAMI COUNTY.
Sec 9. That the sum of one thousand
(1,000) dollars is hereby appropriated out
of^ said fund to aid Beltrami county in
paying for bridges already constructed,
or to build new bridges, as the case
may be.
Said amount to be expended under the
direction of the board of county commis
sioners of said county.
BIG STONE COUNTY.
Sec. 10. That the sum of three hun
dred (800) dollars is hereby appropriated
out of said fund to aid tho town of
Gracevillein said county, to build a road,
construct culverts and build bridges on
the section line running north and south
between sections nine (9) and ten (10)
and fifteen (15) and sixteen (16), in
township one hundred twenty-four (124).
range forty-six (46), in said Big Stone
county.
Said money shall be expended under
the supervision of the board of super
visors of said town of Graceville, in said
county.
That the further sum of five hundred
(500) dollars is hereby appropriated out
of said fund to build a bridge on the sec
tion line between sections 26 and 27 in
township 121, range 46, across Main river,
being in the town of Ortonville, in said
county said sum to be expended under
the supervision of the board of town su
pervisors of said town of Ortonville.
BLUE EARTH AND NICOLLET COUN
TIES.
Sec. 11. That the sum of three thou
sand (3,000) dollars Is hereby appropriated
out of said fund to aid in the construc
tion of a bridge across the Minnesota
river between the counties of Blue Earth
and Nicollet, at or near a point where
the line between government lots one
(1) and two (2), In said Blue Earth
county, and seven (7) and eight (8), In
Nicollet county, crosses the said river,
the same being in section thirty-three
(33), township one. hundred nine (109),
north of range twenty-eight (28), west
of the fifth principal meridian.
The said bridge shall be constructed
un-,
der the Joint direction of the town super
visors of the towns of Judson, In Blue
Earth county, and Nicollet, In Nicollet
county and no part of the above named
appropriation shall be paid out of the
state treasury until said bridge is com
pleted. Upon completion of said bridge
the said town supervisors shall certify
the fact to the state auditor, who shall
thereupon draw his order in favor of the
treasurer of said township of Judson,
Blue Earth county, for the sum of fifteen,
hundred (1,500) dollars and he shall fur-'
ther draw his order In favor of the treas
urer of said town of Nicollet, in Nicollet
county, for the sum of fifteen hundred-
(1,500) dollars and the said treasurers
shall pay out the moneys so received
upon the orders of the town supervisors
of said towns of Judson and Nicollet.
BRO WN COUNTY.
Sec. 12. That the sum of eight hun
dred (800) dollars is hereby appropriated
out of said fund for the purpose of con
structing a bridge across the Minnesota
river on a public road in the township of
Home, in the county of Brown, in said
state, which runs through sections seven
teen (17) and eighteen (18), of said town,
and at a point on said river known as the
"Fort Ridgley Ferry Crossing." the exact
location to be designated by the board of
supervisors of said town.
That the sum so appropriated shall be
spent under the direction of the board of
supervisors of said town of Home.
That the further sum of four hundred
(400) dollars is hereby appropriated out
of said fund, to aid in building a bridge
at Hlnderman's Ferry, In the town of
Home, the exact location being four (4)
chains west of the corner of lots one (1)
and two (2), eight (8) and nine (9), of
section twenty-two (22), township one
hundred eleven range thirty-two
(32), in the said(111), township of Home,
Brown county, Minnesota.
The said appropriation shall be expend
ed by the board of county commissioners
of said Brown county.
CARLTON COUNTY.
Sec. 13. That the sum of five hundred
(500) dollars is hereby appropriated out
of said fund to aid in the construction of
a bridge across Kettle river at or near
the point where the congressional town
ship line between townships forty-six (46)
and forty-seven (47). in rangp twenty,
(20), in said county, crosses said river.
That the said amount shall be expended
under the supervision of the three chair
men of the respective town boards of
supervisors of the towns of Moose Lake,
Kalavala and Split Reck, in said county.

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