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want, three thousand two hundred
a&d eighty dollars, being of the value
of forty dollars each, besides the re
mission of tuition and matriculation
fees; the beneficiaries to be selected
under regulations to be prescribed by
4e Board of Trustees, all of which
saell be paid upon the applieation of
ie Board of Trustees on the warrant
of the Comptroller General: Provided,
Mt suitable courses of study are
provided in the said institution for
Vae deserving of both sexes.
For the support of the Winthrop
Normal and Industrial College of
South Carolina, including running ex
penses, equipment and general im
provements, fifty-six thousand eight
hundred and eighty-four doJlars and
fifty cents; for additional water sup
ply, fifteen hundred dollars; for the
regular scholarships provided by law,
twelve thousand four hundred dol
' For the support of the beneficiary
eadets of the South Carolina Military
Academy, twenty-five thousand dol
lars; for the library, two hundred and
fifty dollars; for repairs, fifteen hun
dred dollars; to be paid upon the
warrant of the Comptroller General,
issued upon. requisition of the Chair
man of the Board of Visitors of said
For the State Colored. Industrial,
Normal and Mechanical Colleg-e at
Orangeburg, for maintenance, five
thousand dollars; for insurance for
three years, nine hundred dollars; for
enlargement of the dairy, four hun
Section 6. (1) Charitable and Penal
fInstitutions-That the following
sums, if so much be necessary, be, and
the same are hereby, appropriated to
ineet the expenses of the Charitable
and Penal Institutions, as follows:
Penitentiary-For the salary of the
Superintendent of the Penitentiary,
nineteen hundred dollars; for the
Captain of the Guard, twelve hundred
dollars; for the Physician of the Pen
itentiary to be appointed by the Su
perin.tendent, one thousand and fifty
dollars; for the Chaplain of the Peni
tentiary, to be appointed by the Su--;
perintendent, six hundred dollars; for
the services' of the Chaplain of the
Reformatory for youthful criminals,
one hundred and fifty dollars; for the
Clerk of the Penitentiary, twelve hun-'
dred dollars; for which amounts the
Comptroller General is authorized and
directed to issue his warrants. The
balanee in the hands of the Board of
Directors of the South Carolina Peni
tentiary on December 30, 1905, to
gether with all other amounts receiv
ed or to be received from the hire of
~conviets, or from any other soure
during the current fiscal year, be, and
the same are hereby appropriated for
the support of the Penitentiary and
foi- any other purposes required by
law, which -are not -herein indicated.I
sFor the salar'y of the Superintend
ent and Physician of the State Hospi
tal for the Insane, three thousand
dollars; for the per diem and mile
ige of the Board of Regents of the
State Hospital for the Insane, each of
whom shall be entitled'-to receive four
dollars per day for each day actually
engaged in attending the meetings of
the said Board, and mileage at five
cents per mile actually traveled,
twelve hundred dollars; for the cur
rent expenses and support of the
State Hospital for the Insane, one
hundred and forty thousand dollars;
for repairs and building purposes, ten
tiusand dollars; for refrigerating
plant fifteen hundred dollars; to fur
nish water supply for fire protection,
fifteen hundred dollars, for deficit for
1905, nineteen thousand four hundred
and seventy-seven dollars.
(3) For the support of the Deaf,
Dumb and Blind Asylum, twenty-five
thousand dollars; for repairs, five
(4) For the Catawba Indians, fif
teen hundred dollars, to be paid
upon the application of the agent
upon the warrant of the Comptroller
General: Provided, That said Agent
before receiving his warrant shall en
ter into bond in the sum of three
thousand dollars, with security, to be
approved by the Governor, for the
faithful discharge of his duty in the
disbursement of any funds which may
hereafter come into his hands. The
said funds shall be divided among the
Catwba Indians living in South Car
olina: Provided, That Agent shall not
receive exceeding six per cent. for
receiving and disbursing any funds
which may come into his hands, as
provided above. The Secretary of
State shall issue the commission to
said Agent without charge: Provided,
further, That the sum of two hun
dred dollars is hereby appropriated
for school purposes'for said Indians,
to be expended through their Agent
under bonid as above specified.
Section 'i. That the following sums,
if so much be necessary, be, and the
same are hereby appropriated for
mise .. neous expenses, as follows:
(1) For the payment of water used
ana hepuli istitutions of the State,
located in Columbia, two thousand
dollars to be paid on the warrant of
the Comptroller General.
(f) To pay the claims passed by the
General Assembly at its.regular ses
sion for 1906, twelve thousand dol
lars, to be paid by the State Treasurer
upon the warrant of the Comptroller
(3) To pay for the publie printing
of this fiscal year, fourteen thousand
five hundred dollars, including such
sum or sums as have heretofore been
authorized to be drawn from the
State Treasury during the present
session, on account of public printing
for 1906; and no amount in excess of
said sum shall be drawn or expended,
any existing law to the contrary not
withstanding. Eight hundred dol
lars, if so much be necessary, of this
appropriation shall be applied to the
payment of and for binding the Acts.
Journals and Reports and Resolutions
of the General Assembly. For ad
vance sheets of the Acts of this Gen
eral Assembly, to be sent to- the
Judges, State officers, etc.. one hun
dred and forty dollars.
(4) For the lighting of the State
House and Grounds, the State Hospi
tal for the Insane, the South Carolina
College Grounds, the Governor's
Mansion and State Penitentiary. six
(5) To pay for fuel for the purpose
of heating the State House, two
(6) For the purpose of an Act en
titled "An Act to Provide for the
Relief of Certain Soldiers and Sail
ors, and Widows of Certain Soldiers
and Sailors of the Late War between
the States," approved December 24,
1887, or Acts amendatory thereto, two
hundred and twenty-five thousand
dolars, said appropriation to be paid
at such time during the present fiscal
year as- may be designated by the
State Board of Pensions: Provided,
That the Pension Board shall. before
paying out any amount hereby appro
priated. revise the whole list of Pen
ioners, and only those to be found in
actual need of support, whose names
are now on the list or may thereafter
be put thereon, shall receiv6 pensions,
and it shall be the duty of the Pen
sion Board to permit applicants for
p6nsions to show by competent evi
dence that they are in actual need of
support, and that the property they
p'ssess does not provide such support
either by reason of its condition or by
their physical inability to make it so:
Provided, further, That the Governor,
Comptroller General and Treasurer,
be, and they are hereby authorized to
borrow, fro>m time to time, such
amounts as may be necessary to meet
this appropriation: Provided, further,
That the Comptroller General .is au
thorized to issue his warrants to the
Clerk of Court of the several Coun
ties, for such amounts as may be de
termined as belonging to the pension
ers of such County, to be disbursed by
him according to law: Provided, That
no sale, transfer or assignment of any
pension, except by the written order
of the County Pension Commissioner
shall be valid: Provided, That all ex
penses incurred in the 'distribution of
said fund shall be paid out of the ap
propriation for pensions.
(7) For the expenses of the Board
of Phosphate Commissioners, three
(8) For the per diem and mileage
of the Committee to examine the
Books of the State Officers, T. B.
Butler, J. T. Douglass, J. G. Rich
ards, Jr., J. E. Beamguard and G. L.
Toole, one thousand and seventy-sev
en dollars and eighty cents.
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(9) For the salary ot the Code
Commissioner, four hundred dollars.
(10) For the per diem and mileage
of the committee for the examination
into the expenditures of appropria
tions for the State educational insti
tutions. P. L. Hardin, Huger Sinkler
and M. W .Walker, three hundred and
Ifour dollars and eighty cents.
(11) To pay the Sinking Fund Com
mission as provided by "An Act to
Provide for the completion of the
State House,' approved 19th day of
February, 1900. fifteen thousand dol
lars; to pay the Sinking Fund Comn
imission, as provided in "bAn Act to
Provide for the Completion of the
IState House." approved February
25th, A. D., 1904, five thousand dl
(12) To p)ay the expen-ise- 1of the
State Boar( of Equalization. iwo
(1') Fr the salaries of t1hi Supr
visors or.' Ree-istratiLIo, twelVe thOUS
and three hundred bIIdlars. it so much
(14) For Conimissioners. Managers
and Messengers of Elections,twentv
five thousand dollars. if so much be
necessary, for advertising notices of
election, thirty-five hundred dollars,
if so *Inuch be necessary: Provided,
That all notices of elections publish
ed in the newspapers throughout the
State shall be printed unleaded and
not in larger type than brevier, and
no more shall be charged or pdid for
any notice than one dollar for seven
ty-five words for the first insertion
an(d fifty cents per seventy-five words
for the second or subsequent inser
tion, and the Secretary of State shall
provide the form of notice. Printing
for General Election five hundred and
(15) For rent -of office for the Su
perintendent of Education. seventy
five dollars, if so much be necessary.
(16) For the insurance of the Gov
C11r01%ors ansioll. tWenty-sevenl 1ol
(17) For the salary of the Clerk of
the Historical Conumission. thirteen
hu1red and fifty dollars; for shelv
ing and furnishings for the rooms al
lotted to the use of the Commission,
twenty-five hundred dollars: for con
tingent fund two hundred dollars; de
ficiency for contingent expenses for
1905, one hundred dollars; for print
ing two hundred and fifty copies of
the Jourial of the First House of
Representatives of South Carolina un
der tile Independent Government,
1776, one hundred and fifty dollars;
one copy to be sent free to each State
institution of learning and the re
mainder to be sold at one dollar per
(18) For the aid of public rural li
braries, as authorized by an Act o
the General Assembly, five thousand1
(19) For the State Summer School
for Normal Instruction, one thousand
dollars to be expended under the di
rection of the State Superintendent
of Education: Provided, This amount
shall be taken ont of the Dispensary
(20) For repairs for the Governor's
Mansion, four hundred dollars; for
fuel for the Governor's Mansion,
three hundred- and fifty dollars.
(21) For fire-proof metal cases in
the offiee of the Comptroller General,
twenty-five hundred dollars.
(22) For the Board of Medical Ex
aminers, five hundred dollars, -s now
provided by law. For a Secretary to
the Board, one hundred dollars.
(23) Twenty-five dollars to J. M.
Miner, who should have received this
eefl in the Ii1
t. We have
ked the Cha
amount. under an Act to provide for
the repair of artificial limbs for cer
tain Confedera-te Soldiers, and to pay
certain of such money in lieu there
of, approved February 26th, 1903,
same to be paid out of pension funds.
(24) To pay the expenses of the
Commissioners appointed to examine,
the affairs of the State Dispensary,
ten thousand dollars, if so much be
necessary, to be paid out of the Dis
pensary funds upon the order of the
Chairmaln of such Commission.
(25) That the sum of one hundred
(ollars be and the same is hereby ap
propriated for the equipment and
mainteniance of the South Carolina
Room in th Confederate Museum at
Richmond. Va., to be paid to Miss
Mary Sindrieton ( Hampton, Regent
Soulth (%rolia R0onm, Confederate
Mutsviumi, Rtichnimin. %a.
(26) For a lau to the Agricultural
anI Mechanical Society twenty-fi'e
(2T) For the purchase frOntL Lam
bert W. Jones of the portrait of the
late Chief Justice John Belton
0'Neall. two hundred and fifty dol
(28) For the pay to R. L. Freeman.
Civil Engineer for the survey of the
State line, and half the expenses for
the same. as per contract with the
Governor, six hundred and eight dol
lars and fifty cents.
(29) For the expenses of the special
election held in Sumter County. on
.January fifth. 1906, one hundred an
eihty dollars and ninety cents.
(29 a) Expenses of special election
in Cherokee County, One hundred and
eighty dollars and sixty cents.
(30) For the payment of back pen
sion of Mrs. Susannah A. Floyd of
Wi. -'burg County, one hundred
and Itty-six dollars and forty-seven
cents and to George K. Hendricks
and J. W. Friddle of Pickens County,
each tweinty-five dollars. all' out of
(31) Per diem and mileage Senate
and House Committees in reference
to ratification by the General Assem
blv of Amendment to Article T11, See.
9, of State Constitution. sixty-nine
dollars and ten cents.
(32) South Carolina Industrial
School, forty-five hundred dollars.
(33) Fish Commission, eighty-four
dollars and forty cents.
(34) Board of Fisheries, jen thous
(35) Confederate Home College,
two thousand dollars.
(36) Jamestown Exposition, twen
ty thousand dollars.
(37) Committee to exanfine Police
Station Charleston, thirty-nine dol
(38) Robert Aldrich and T. Y. Wil
liams, Managers State House Litiga
tion, one hundred and two dollars and'
seventy-three cents; History of the;
.Jews of South Carolina, (50 copies),
two hundred and fifty dollars; Dis
pensary electiog4 Dorchester County,
one hundred and sixteen dollars and
Section 8. That the sum of two hun
dred and eighty-five thousand dollars,
if so much be necessary, be, and the
same is hereby appropriated to pay
the interest on the valid debt of the
State, which shall mature first day of
.July, 1906, and the first day of Jan
uary, 1907, and for unpaid interest
payable in prior years. For the pay
ment of past due interest likely to ac
crue on old stocks and bonds liable
to be funded under the law of South
Carolina, five thousand dollars, if so
much be necessary.
Section 9. That the amounts speci
fied in the preceding sections of this
SILE DISO PLOW
Aet, for salaries and clerical services,
shall be paid in monthly installments
unless otherwise provided for, and
shall be paid upt,n warrants of the
Comptroller General, on the applica
tion of the various officers entitled
to the same: Provided, That the ae
counts and vouchirs upon which the
applications are made shall be filed
with the Compiroller General, before
issuing his warrants on the State
Treasurer for the same; and that for
the purchase 4f stamps. the Comp
tr(Iler General is hereby authorized to
issue his warrants to such oflicers. as
Section 10. That the money herein
before set apart to be used as contin
gent funds and for other purposes for
the various offleers of the State Gov
ernment, shall be duly accounted for;
and such oflicers shall make a detail
ed4l statement of the disposition made
thereof to the General Assembly at
the next regular session: Provided,
That no officer authorized to make
contracts or draw funds from the said
appropriation, shall expend or make
contracts for expending more than
has been specified for any purpose by
this Act, nor shall any funds be ex
pended for any other purpose than
that for wlii they are appropriated
Section 11. That the Comptroller
General shall not issue his warrant
on the Treasurer in payment f any
account, whether contingent,' travel
ing expenses, stamps or other appro
priations, unless a verified itemized
account is rendered showing conform
ity with the requirements of this Act.
Section 12. That the Comptroller
General enter on his books any unex
pended balance of appropriations
heretofore made for specific purposes,
and that he issue upon proper vouch
ers his warrant upon the State Treas
urer, who shall pay the same.
Section 13. That this Act shall take
effect from and immediately after its
Section 14. That the appropriations
herein made shall be paid from the
usual income oif the State, and any
unexpended balance in the hands of
the Treasurer. not otherwise appro
Section 15. That all Acts and parts
of Acts inconsistent with the provis
ions of this Act be. and the same are
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