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m~IP1tSr1E1 b BY AUTHORITY. SamUhLAS suesso op iseo. 1 0tl,] AN ACT 1 e for the eighth ward of the par voyslles. W , due notice of the Intention to ap I D of this oact has been pub in d. i rmty to article 48 of the con 1o . Be Ut emtedby the (.eeral As - ao. tae of Louisiana. That an laljustice of the peace and constable I'hreby orelted and establlshed for the of the parish of AvoyIlles, to be pe y the Governor, by and with the ve an Consent of the Senate, and the e e of said justice and ponstable, is iVpoplrted to terminate and expire at the gstu netae election in the year 1884, o.f until thuceseors are elected and Qtlalfled, il, 9. Be it further enuteted, el4., That said tle of the peace and constable shall have same and concurrent jurisdiction and S Mald receive the same fees of office as lce of the beace and constable elected ulid ward at the election held December 0,lifO, The successore of said justice of the Its d consdtble shall be elected at the flt general election Ip the year 1884, In the al tllMner as othet justices and consta R. N. OGDEN, Speiaker of the House of lepresentatives. 8. D. McENERY, t tant Governor and President of the Approved April 10, 1880. 4LOUI A. WILTZ, Governor of the 8tate of Louisiana. A t.an copy : WA LL. A. S.Otnon Secretary of ILato. Lo. hi.) AN AOL' 'To ~aw d and re-enact article 105 (320) of the ivil Cpode of Louistana, relative to causes etehliusion and removal of the father from the natural tutorship. B ft tacted by the (eneral Assembly of the a f Loeaieana That artlole three hun and five (806) ithree hundred and twen Itil] of the OlCvil Code of Loulesiana be lted and re-enacted so as to read as fol 1 "A cle 800 [8(81, No cause of exclusion I Vl is aplieble to the father, except follOWing: Frt-Ufaithfulnese of his .dtahis tlon. 8.cond-Notorlously bad nsott. Third-Abandonment of his ehil tand failure to support and maintain tfor more t.r-one ar" It. N. OGDEN, Spsaketof the House of RZIrentatlvee. , D. ).X NEIBY, Ilstnanl.t Governor and President of the Senate. Approved April lo0 1880. ril I0I8 A. WILTZ, Governor of the State of Louisiana. A ta copy: AWIte. A. Sthaolre Secretary of State. . 1ihrat] AN ACt o M end reenabot section 170 of the Re Statutes of the State of Louisiana, lMVe to tion sales in the city of New nrdto provide penalties for the at the same. de by the General Assembly of the h.An Of eMG, That section one hundred t otf the Revised Statutes of the oafLe tls amended and re-enacted r NB - A sah! of goods in the city of by public auction, whether saeid Qothess+ sxcephtiog of s books, . statuary, shalbe made in the , between sunrise and sunset; and who sah violate this irovilson vSlcton, pay a line of not less .e dollars, nor more than one hfor each offense, and the sale - ' o00 the Du haler, it, N, OGUDEN, n e of the Louse of Re sentatlves, S.DD MoNE . BY, t Governor and President of the AppAW Yd Aprl1 10, 1880, LOUIS A. WILTZ, Governor of the State of Louisiana. Asstant Sertar of State. " M W. AN ACT be mamnner to which specal else held in thepar es. e ti.c :B _iim, o"tows sn of this State fo thpure of lev ln speial taxes ia ail t olmprovement, and rail and paeovdig for theirt t . cd and collection. p i.t I L et Led br the General A, ,· - mSIliV h a of Loueiaa, That when, evIed) of the property taxpay.r oi p. s-it, dry oor Inorporated town in thi raeten sn petition the police jury, municipal Stow anthorities of their parish, city of .wto ltevya special tax in aid of any work I Impovement or railway enterprise p!le Jury, municipal or town au' ee. all order a SDecial election for thai purpose and submit to the property tax of their parish, city or town entitled t u .nder the general election laws of the rate toot taxation and the purpose S h It is Intended; provided, said elec S mid under the general election laws at that time in force and at the at which the .last preceding lection was held and not sooner than days after the official publication of the, LPtionU and ordinance ordering the eleo toborth of which shall be made in the same manner asprovlded by law for Judicial ad ac. . Be it further enacted, etc., That a t5 may be levied by any parish, city town in this State to aid the aetlo and erection of public buildings, ides and other works of public improve -tto be erected and constructed within tUse lmits of said parsh,..clty or town when a ajority of the property taxpayers Of their l. peetlve parishes, cities or towns shall vote thsao; p rovidl, however, the property t a of any parish may levy a special o .i buildl ngbrldges over streams divid ig their arish from any contiguous parish matee and the property taxpayers of any or inorporated town may levy a specal oin aid of works of public improvement or alwaly enterprIses extending beyond the espate limits of their city or town, but not i bspoenl the limits of the parish In which said ei or town may be situated. & Be itLyj A enacted, etc., That a pelal tax may be levied by any parish, city iorlnrgoaao town in this State inaido ai wstof public improvement or railway aet extending within or beyond the mitof the State, whenb majority of the ert s in number and value, a .t a B & it Jther enacted, etc., That 88 Jldeab or muneipal authoritie order 1eebaons under this act, shall, ten days ater S aeh election, make public and ofocial pro Mnulatlon of the result, and shall have the SSIM power to enforce and collect any special , axM that may be authorized by said eleotion, .s may be by law conferred upon them, for e eoUeation of other taxes. B . N. OGDEN, Speaker of the House of iRoresentatives. 8. D. MYcENERY, dm.mnant Governor and President of the 8ense Approvedl April 10 1880. LOUIS A. WILTZ, Governor of the State of Loulsiana. A true copy: WnLL. A. 8STczN, Seeretary of state. No.L5] ONCURRENT RESOLUTION ulelative to the creditors of the Louisiana 8tate University. Wheross, there isa large number of credit ar of the Loulsiana State University who have not been paid their just claims; and, Whereas, there is a eonsiderable amount of a sts belonging to maid Institutions, there Be it resoked by the & Sa, the House of k,, 'ý lets cooacinsg That the Boar s of the LouliJanaState Unver ° a ndr tag Agrlealtaral cad Meebsak ial we kAM ksah tkelitotsb pay o to the m attdtiWMt tie union of t. t tae Utiverelty and the Agrl.tural a aiiacai Collete, Steaker of the HouI of i.r ve A. I. Magl&RY Lieutenatnt Governor and President of the Sedate. Approved April 10, 1880. LOUIS A. WILTZ, Governor of the State of Louisiana. A true copy: WIt. A. STRONo, Secretary of 'tate. No. 86.] AN ACT Relative to the appointment of oommie sloners to superintend the repairs of the State-House at Baton Rouge, and defin in their duties and powers. B.neron 1. Be it enacted by the (General As semblyt of the State of Louisiana, That seven commissloners, to be chosen and appointed as hereinafter provided, shall conetitute the commissioners for the repairs of the State House, at Baton Rouge, vis: The Governor of the State, who shall be ex-ofolto chairman of the commlssion,t,the Lieutenant Governor of the State, two commiseloners from the Senate, to be elected by the Senate, and three oommlesiontre from the House of Represen tatives, to be elected by the House of Repre sentatives; and the commissioners so ap pointed, shall be, as far as practicable, selected on account of their practical knowledge of the Work which they are to superintend, and of the duties devolved upon them by virtue of this act. .ao. 2. Be it further enacted, etc., That said commissioners be and they are hereby au thorised and instructed to have plane and epeclfcations, for said repairs to the State House, prepared In accordance with the adopted report of the Special Committee re ceived on the twenty-third of February, 1880, any may advertise for bids for the completion of said work, to be given out In whole or in part, as the said commission may in its jidg ment deem the same to be for the best inter ests of the State; provided, no contract or contracts shall be let out by sebl commission except to the lowest re sponsible bidder or bidders; and pro ruled further, that the contractor or contractors shall give bond in sums to be fixed by sald commissioners, and not to be less than one-half of the price fixed in the contract; and that said bond or bonds shall be secured by at least two good and solvenat securities, who shall take oath that they have property over and above their liabilities, ex emptions and homestead to the full amount for which they obligate themselves severally; and provided further, that said commission shall have the right to reject any and all bids. Uaf. Re it further enacted, etc., That said commisseloners be and they are hereby au thorised to draw from the treasury of the State such sum or sums of moneys as may be by them requred, from time to time, as the said work of repair progresees. S.o. 4. Be it further enacted, etc., That four of said commissioners shall constitute a full quorum for the transaction of any and all business before them, and no money or monies shall be paid out to any contractor for said repairs, except upon a proper cer tiittoate from the superintendent of the repairs of said State-Rouse; and ten per centum of the amount of all contracts shall be reserved by said commissioners until the full and ap proved completion of all such contracts to the perfect satisfaction of said commissioners. Sno. 5. Be it further enacted, etc., That said commissioners shall serve, without any oompensation whatsoever; they shall be re funded and entitled to draw their actual traveling expenses incurred in obedience to the call of the chairman for the purpose of inspecting the progress of the work, or set tling any differences which may arise be tween the contractors for said work and the superintendent thereof, relative to the quall ty of the workmanship, or of the material be Sused. . N. OGDEN, Speaker of the House of Reoresentatives, S. D. MoENBRY, Lieutenant Governor and President of the Senate, Approved April 10, 1880, Approved LOU A. WILTZ, Governor of the State of Louisiana. A true copy: WILL. A. SBnoNo Secretary of State. No. 87.] AN ACT To establish in the city of New Orleans a University for the education of persons of color; to provide for its proper govern ment. BSaorooN 1. Be it enacted by the General As sembly of the Stateof Loaistana., That there shall be established in the city of New Or leans a university for the education of per sons of color, to be named and entitled the "Southern University." SEc. 2. Be it further enacted, etc., That said University shall be governed and direated by a board of trustees, to be compose4 of twelve members, selected from the several congree sional districts equally, who shall be appoint. ed by the Governor, by and with the advice and consent of the Sen&te; provided, that at least four of said board of twelve shall be ap pointed from the colored tmce. Vacancies shall be filled in a similar manner. The mem bers of the board shall be appointed to serve during four years, but any member failing to attend two successive regular meetings of the board shall, except In caseof sickness or other good cause, beconsidered no longer a member of said board, and the Governor, on recolving official notice of such absence from the presi dent of the board, whose duty it shall be to re port the same, shall immediately fill the va cancy in the manner prescribed. SLE. S. Be it further enacted, etc., That six members of said board, at a stated or regu larly called P.eseon, shall constitute a quo rum. SEC. 4. ie it further enacted, etc., That said board of trustees shall be empowered to elect from among their own members a pres ident and vice president of the board, a secre tary and treasurer; that the treasurer shall give bond in the sum of ten thousand dollars for the faithful performance of his dutiese and shall pay out money only upon warrants is sued by the president of the board, counter sianed by the president of the faculty; pro vided, that the treasurer shall not be a pro fessor or other officer or employee of the University, and shall not be Interested, di rectly or indirectly, in any contract for fur nilshng supplies or articles of any kind to the University; provided further, that at the dis cretion of the board the two offices of secre tary and treasurer may be combined in one person. Saa. 5. Be it ur'her enacted, etc., That said board of trustees:shall be empowered to enact general rules and by-laws for the said Uni versity in all its departments, and to elect a ,resident of the faculty, professors and teachers, and determine their compensation; also, all officers and employees that may be necessary, and prescribe their duties and compensation. Sao. 6. Be it further enacted etc., That said University shall be organized as aoorpo ration under the general laws of the State of Louisiana, and the trustees thereof shall be capable in law to receive all donations, trusts and bequests made to the "Southern University," and manage the same, to sue and be sued in courts of Justice, and to do all other acts in the premises incident to such trustees. 8c0. 7. Be it further enacted, etc., That there shall be estatblished, by said board of trustees, a faculty of arts and letters, which shall be competent to instruct In every branch of a liberal education, and under rules of and in concurrence with the board of trus tees, to graduate students and grant all de grees appertaining to letters and arts known to universities and colleges in Europe and America, on persons competent and deserving the same. R. N. OGDEN, Speaker of the House of Representatives. S. D. McENERY, Lieutenant Governor and President of the Senate. Approved April 10, 1880. LOUIS A. WILTZ, Governor of the State of Louisiana. A true copy: WILL. A. ST.oNG, Secretary of State. No. 88.] AN ACT To provide for the protection am preserva tin of oompletsd public levl in e.9. JunCtM ith the pploe urlzea of thwsv. a ·? tor rie umee, e mai er and to provide men for th payment of the pene attendie this lwor and to pro vide penalties and punishments for the violation of the provislaons of this oact, and for violations of parochial ordinances made in conformity with this act. BSarloN 1. Be it enacted by the General As sembly of the State of Louisiana, That the pollee juries of the several parltses of this state are hereby invested with the manage ment and control of all completed public levees of this State, which may require public care for prot~tlon and preservation, and they are hereby authorized and required to make such laws as may be necessary and proper for their repair, preservation and pro tection, and to regulate the manner In which the same may be out for rice flumes or other purposes. BIc.92. Be it further enacted, etc., That police juries shall divide their reepeotive parishes into levee wards or districts, and appoint overseers therefor, and until such time, when said division can be made, the road wards as at present laid out shall constitute levee wards,and the road overseers shall act as levee overseers. That it shall be the duty of the said levee overseers, on the approach of high water in each year, to cause all openinrs and cuts in the levees to be repaired and filled up, at the expense of those.persons who may have made same, and in default of payment from said ]parties. to be paid by the parish; and to have tilled up and repaired, all cuts, hoies,and washings in the levee, at the expense of the perish; and it shall also be his duty to kill all hogs running at large upon public levees. Sac. 8. Be it further enacted, etc., That, in case of danger of crevasse in any ward, the overseer of said ward shall call out all per sons liable to road duty, to work when re quired on the levees of their wards; that any person subject to road duty who shall fall to work on any public levee, as provided In the preceding section, or under any regulation of any pollce jury of this State, shall be prose cuted before any court of competent jurisdlo tion, and, on conviction, sharll be fined two dollars per day for every day that he may have failed so to work, and in default of pay ment of said fine, shall be imprisoned in the parish jail not to u xceed ten days; provided. that no person shall be required to lator more than twelve days in any one season. Seat. 4. Be it further enacted, etc., That the overseer of levees of the ward where there may be danger of a break in the levee, shall have the right to call on the overseers of any adjoining wards for assistance; and it shall be the duty of these overseers to notify those persons subject to road duty living within these wards, to proceed to the designated point to work as provided in section 3 of this nat. That all persons who may work on levees, in accordance with the provisions of section i of thid aet, sha4r!ereive -romo the parish the sum of one dollar per day for every day he may work, and one dollar for every night; and the levee overseer shall be entitled likewsle to two dollars per day. Bac. 5. Be it further enacted. etc., That the Board of State Engineers shall, immediately after the passage ofq this act, cause to be ore pared plans for rice flumes, suitable to differ ent dimensions of levees, accompanied by proper specifications for their construction, and the same shall be ready, at any time, to be flrnished when required, as hereinafter provided' and no flumes shall be permitted to be built except in conformity with said plane and specifications, nor shall any person be permitted to insert in any public levee kept up by the State, or any special leveedis trictor parish, any flumes or piping to be used for flushing rice fields or other Dpur poses, unless upon written appllUtlon of the owner of the land he shall have obtained the consent of the police jury where the levee may be located, to permit him to make and use said flume or piin at 30. 6. Be it furher enacted, etc., That in addition to the conditions prescribed In the preceding section, the party applying for per mission to out the levee and insert therein flumes or piping, shall pay previously, into the parish treasury, an annual license on each and every flume or piping used for the culti vatlon of a crop, a sum not to exceed the rate of two'dollars and fifty cents for every per pedicular foot of levee out, counting from she bottom of the ditch or flume to the crown of the levee' and this license shall equally apply to rice flumes already in use at the passage of thsle aot, and the same shall bedue and payable between the first day of May and the first day of October, annually; and should any person fail to pay said license by that latter date, he shall forfeit his right to the said flume, and the same shall be closed at E1., 7. Be it further enacted, etc., That this annual license shall bear as a first lien and privilege upon the crops of the year raised upon the plantation to be benefited, and shall be collected by thO tax collector, without any judicial proceeding or process whatsoever, by seizure of property of the person owing said license, and shall be sold, without ap praisement, at times and places usual in sheriff sales, at any time after the first of May, annually; and no person owing this license shall be considered as released from the payment thereof by reason of forfeiture of same, as provided In section 6. Slo. 8. Be it further enacted etc., That any person who shall out any levee, in this State, made and kept up under the authority of the State or any parish or levee district, In violation of the provisions of. this act, for the purpose of placing therein flumes for the cul ture of rice or other purposes, shall be deemed guilty of a crime against the State, and on con viction thereof, beforeany court of competent jurisdiction, shall be punished by imprison mont, with or without hard labor, for a term not to exceed twelve months and not less than one month, and fined in a sum not to exceed five hundred dollars; and It shall be the duty of the levee overseer, Inspector, president and members of the police jury, and all other parochial officers, to give in formation to the proper authorities of the violations of this set. SzL. 9. Be it further enacted, etc., That all money paid into the parish treasury for licenses for rice flumes, and for fnlues aris ing from convictions as provided in the pro ceding section, shall be set aside and used exclusively in taking out old and abandoned flumes and restoring the original condition of the levee, and for expenses of superintend ence and administration. Sao. 10. Be it further enacted, etc., That in any parish where there may be rice flumes, the Board of State Engineers is hereby au thorized to appoint a competent person to be levee inspector for said parish, whose duty it shall be to inspect the condition of all rice flumes and other cuts in the levee, as well as the general condition of the levee itself, and to report same to said board. He shall also superintend the construction of all new rice flumes, and other cuts, to made in any levee, and see that the work is executed according to the plans specifications and directions fur nished to him by the Board of State Engi neers. For all such services said inspector shall receive, as a compensation, one-half of all sums annually collected from flume li oenses, payable on the certificate of tne Chief State Engineer, that faithful services have been rendered. Suc. 11. Be it further enacted, etc., That nothing in this act shall be so construed as to give any individual a proprietary right in any public levee of the State, by the act of his paying a license for any privilege herein granted; and if the Board of Engineers or police jury, at any time, should condemn as unsafe any such opening in the levee, the license for the same shall be revoked on the return to the party of the full amount of the license which may have been paid for such privilege, and said authorities may. at any time, when any flume shall become unsafe from decay of material or other cause, re quire the person using it to have rame taken up and replaced in a secure and substantial manner, and they shall also require all parties to drain off from the foot of the levee, on the the land side, the water that may accumulate there flowing from the flumes that they may use; and should any danger arise from ne glect of this provision, it shall work a for feiture of their license. S8c. 12. Be it further enacted, etc.. That it shall be lawful for any person in this State, desiring to cut any public levee made and kept up by the State, parish, special or gen eral levee district authority, for the purpose of using the same as a road way for travel or hauling, or for the purpose of placing therein iron piping for the use of machinery; pro t'ded that he shall have obtained from the paoe jury of the prish where esaid levee may be situated permssion to make said Rort haw sd teatheB parisah t&a t oer din 'at thF rdte ot twotoein re bic yard oef ellnto bemade all of hih work shall be done under the super visielon of the overseer of the levee ward or of Inspector of levees appointed by the Board of State Engineers as provided in section ten. Sac. 10, Be it further enacted, etc., That any person violating the provisions of the preceding section by cutting any levee kept up by public authority, as therein provided, without previously complying with the pro visions of this oat, shall be prosecuted before any court of competent jurisdiction, and on conviction shall be sentenced to imprison ment In the parish jail for a term not to ex ceed six months, and fined in a sum not to exceed two hundred dollars. SBo. 14. Be it further enacted, etc., That any regulations not specially designated in this wct which may be necessary to carry out fully the provisions of the same, shall be made by the several police juries, acting together with the Board of State Engineers. Whenever a safe plan of flushing rice fields may be adopt ed, by the use of syphons or otherwise, and the same be approved and recommended by the Board of State Engineers, it shall be the duty of the police juries t-, give public notice to that effect prior to the first day'of Octo ber of any year, and after that license shall issue only for saild new plan, and provisions shall be made to take out the old structure and refill with earth such open space, accord ing to directions which may be furnished by the Board of State Engineers. Sna. 15. Be it fmurther enacted. etc.. That, whenever there may be danger of a crevasse in a public levee, or when one may already exist requiring prompt assistance on the part of the State authorities for the prevention or closing of the same, It shall be lawful for the Governor to direct the Chief State Engineer to proceed with said work, by the purchase of material and the employment of labor, with out the formality and delay of contracting for the same in the usual manner prescrihed for the awarding of contracts+ and for the payment of the expenses thus incurred the Auditor of Public Accounts shall draw his warrant upon the Treasurer, upon presentation to him of an aoonunt of such expenses, approved by the Governor and en gloeer in charge, which warrant shall be pay able out of the district fund of the distriot in which the work may be located, orout of the general engineer fund, or a part out of each as the Governor may determine; pro 'iderd, that no such expenditures, in any one ci twlAsse or threatened crevasse shall exceed the sum of three thousand dollars, payable out of said distrclt or State funds. R. N. OLDEN, Speaker of the House of 1te,res.entatives. 8. D. MoENERY, Lieutenant Governor and Presideut of the Senate. Approved April 10, 1880. LOUIS A. WILTZ, Governor of the State of oulsliaha. A true copy: WILL. A. mTnoao, Secretary of State. No. 89.1 AN ACT To create an additional justice of the peace and constable In ward No. Nine (9), in the parish of Natchitoches, to be located on Rigolet Bon Dieu, in said parish; to de fine its jurisdiction and to provide for the election of the same, and to prescribe the manner of filling the same. Whereas, due notice has been given, as re quired by article 48 of the constitution, of the intention to apply therefar, by publication in the People's Vindicator, a newspaper pub lished in the city and parish of Natchitoohes, for more than thirty days prior to the intro duction of the bill in the House of Repre sentatives, where it originated; BeSaror 1. Be it enacted by te (General As sembly of the State of Louisiana That an ad ditional justice of the peace and constable be created in the ninth ward of the parish of N atchitoohee, to be located on Rigolet Bon Dieu, in said parish; provided, that the jus tilce of the peace and constable already al lowed by law shall be held on Cane river, in said parish, and that said justice of the peace shall have conourrent jurisdilotion throughout the ninth ward of said parish. Macl. 9. Be it further enacted. etc. That said additional justice of the peace and constable provided for by the first seoction of this act, shall be elected by the qualified *oters of the ninth ward of sdparish, at the next general election held in this State, in the manner prescribed by law; and until the next election the appointment shall be made by the Gov ernor, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate. R. N. OGDBN, Speaker of the House of Representatives. S. D. MoENERY Lieutenant Governor and President of the Senate. Approved April10, 1880. LOUIS A. WILTZ, Governor of the State of Louislana. A true copy: WILL A. STONO, Secretary of State. No. 90.] AN AC(T To amend and re-enact section three thou sand seven hundred and fifty of Ray's Re vised Statutes of Louisiana, in regard to surveyor's fees. Sonor 1. Be it enacted by the General As sembly of the State of Louisiana, That sec tion throe thousand seven hundred and fifty of Ray's Revised Statutes of the State of Louisiana of 1870, be and the same is so amended and re-enacted as to read as follows, to wit: They shall be entitled to demand and re ceive for their respective services the follow ing fees, to wit: For mileage in going to and returning from any place where a survey is to be made, ten cents (10). For measuring the front of any tract o land, on any bayou or river, for every arpentf running measure, ten cents (10). For measuring depth line where the line' touches cypress swamps, and for measuring back lines, for every arpent, ten cents (10). For running straight line, for every mile, two dollars ($2). For meandering a watercourse, for every arpent, ten cents (10). For every plat of a tract of land, including the record, two dollars and fifty cents ($2 50). For every certified copy of such plat, lifty cents (50). For planting every corner post, twenty-five cents (25). For any additional tract of land compre hended in a plat, with surveys and bounda ries established, two dollars and fifty cents ($2 50). For measuring every lot, in a town or other place divided into lots, for every runnlng toot, one cent (1). For every original plat of any such lot, in cluding the record, two dollars and fifty cents ($2 50). For every certified copy of such plat and of the certificate of survey, one dollar and fifty cents ($1 50). For every additional tract of land in a con nected plat, one dollar and fifty cents ($1 50). R. N. OGDEN. Speaker of the House of Representatives. S. D. MoENERY, Lieutenant Governor and President of the Senate. Approved April 10, 1880. LOUIS A. WILTZ, Governor of the State of Louisiana. A true copy: WILL. A. STRONG, 8ecretary of State. No. 91.] AN ACT Making appropriations to pay deficiencies due by the State for the year eighteen hundred and seventy-nine. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the General As sembly of the S~tate of Louisiana, That the sum of nineteen thousand seven hundred and forty-two dollars and fifty eents ($19,742 50) be and the same is hereby appropriated out of any moneys in the State treasury not otherwise appropriated, derived from the revenues of the year eighteen hundred and seventy-nine, to pay deficiencies due by the State, said amounts to be divided and appro priated, as above provided, for the following objects, to wit: To pay deficiencies due parish judges, eighteen hundred and seventy-nine, twenty five hundred dollars ($2500). To pay deficiency oue office of Secretary of State, eighteen hundred and seventy-nine one thousand one hundred and eighty-two dollars and forty-five cents ($1182 45). To a e try assessors, eumerating the -lt~ arAve thousand dollars ($5000). TO .Pay ofn sf crtetran of voters, tt puvlie,, ulMr tk&ImIM dalluir To pay de iny, InaIae offoe, to Ir n untej , etas c0ut, eight ihundrel and seventy-five doar and ninety-six cents ($8ti 950), To pay Joseph Lula for rent of portion of building coeupied as State-House for thirty months, at thirty-five dollars per month, one thousand and fifty dollars ($1050). To pay T. P. Richardson, sheriff of Ouas Ohita, attendance on Supreme Court, one hun dred dollars ($100). To pay clerk's costs (Austin Green) in case of State vs. North Louisiana and Texas Rail road, thirty-four dollars and ten cents ($3a 10). I. N. OGDEN, speaker of tie House of REpresentatives. S. D. MoENEIIRY, Lleutenant Governor and President of the Senate. Approved April 10 1880. LOUIS A. WILTZ Governor of the State of Louisfana. A true copy. WILL A. BTRONG, Secretary of State. MT3AMHIIPI.1 WEEKLY LIMN PON FLOaIDA AND NA. VANA. MOB AN LINJE DU. , MAIL STEAM8HEIP F OB OEDAB K R UHKEYl W r7 an f.avsna - The followlng irot TN ...... TURDAY April 1i, at 5 atm MuoGAN ........ THURDAY. Aprily 9. at aa,. uperior passenger acomo ndatilons. Al. Frei hts wili be received at Morean's Lotisianf end Te.zas Bal road Depot, foot of Lafayette stfee t or[r, i ,n e a p5 .ply to "bleoHAS. . e.. .Tnaw r r. . Jals Magnzino and Natrhnetre,.4 NEW TORE. fThe Iwn At iron stesmslesd fromthi lie - UTBAMllAP ALG5 .R5 J.'W. Hawthorn master. Will sail from Alglers TU rDAI, Aprl 11. N tBAOU TO NEW YOBk ONE-HA4J r ht fr ie bove port received at the de o of or an Louialana and Texas Balirosi oot of fayette treet. daily until a p. m. -or ei aA. .,t.NT 00.. Managers. sits orner Nstnbes an Mgsasine streets THA OylfUl4.iWaLL FOK DI1B itf.P To saL. WJlD YA1 Art l at s ajnt SThis Usine isoompgosed of the folloW. will leave her harf from foot of IN 03 BY THII LINl > PHE paeage..................... mylly 41 GQrondeL sge., IARRIGON LIU.I Tons. Commandera A ff i .......1500...... O B Uw .......coa . ids. t . ... . ....1 0 ...... am . S 4........o -...... '.. .... ...... ...... USIJTBB...f . t.. . a... ..........sole...* .. Al o ".... 18... ... : ..... . .......... 0 ...... .. ...: . ....... .i . .... ......... . ....... , The % AM, SLanOomman. ---------11609... for freight apl to LUA li dewe I 1 .raer ntreet u tra. Nurnb.r.. ............. 9ril 9 . t avana, and on their ome tro t Eavana l ihouth maton., an or NewOrlean--Oabn. tlo 8te. ore. r From N ew Orleans t. outhampton. harre of dremen-uabn 1( 8te sratreet, s sti. tLqrom New 4rlcan to Iavn.a-MPbin ren under one year e ee. rom remen to Ilemend . o N Oes Hannover. ...M.....arch 94 A t - Thesroe stheam s teeroh otward at a.re nd fdeparture and on their home oftrip at v an or a aeempte 0i1t A mA GEo. t From aew Orietas suton or ha vte toe Ht Steraed. 15. hldren nder ten ear, ..hal re: ahl. udren nder one ear Unrret OFFICE W. S. CAMPBELL, Agent, 29 Carondelet st., New Orleansu COAL AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Steamboats, steamships, And Families SLpplied, Has alwasa on hand a full stook of( t. Bernard and O'Nell & Co.'s celebrated Pi*tharg Coal DB. B. Pa RBU""% . .n suBGmoE of twenty-flve years' exerlence in the treat. ment and rure of all diseases of the GENITO. UBINAHBG of those either NBVOU or PY BICAL DI r, caused by ae or early Chronic dl. ses treases with e B ht's Disease. Gravel. atarrh of the BI set . erman torrhea, and all dorders of a AV NA TUBE treated without the use of H o medicines supled. S cred by a simole mecan.e Diseases of Fe and all Female ING ýBL Al bon at this offl.la 10 to lIit 'tt ANNUAL STAT1 I T " NEW OREI.ANS Insurance Company, Ier tke leoar ading ea tLo TiL rti-BI oft enrmabter, 119. re remnme ............ 29,8M 61 S .................. . . nland. .................... , ueo 04--6Ma4 i Premiums on risks nottar. minated .... ,........ 04,g4ag 44 ietrn premiums...... 18,9206 6 einurans .............. 11,780 -- MON191 I 4jearned premiums................u $26g,19 leved for Interests, aal. yease and rente..................... ., Income ................................ 4.g 0 Deduct ro loses....... 9.e4 , 4: arine .......... 284,809 nland...... ..... 14 1 I1--11.d,8l10 Bebate and. oomnmleslon.. 41.420 04 haritable onations...... . 61,o 6 4 tate eand et taxes and Ii oensee ................. 8,26 01 Board of Underwriters, .. Baboock and r8alvage cors .................... ,9s8 o Gross expenses, house, once and agenoies..... srma 76- 25r.686 II rose profit...... .............. .... a, Profit and los-Loss on sale of Louisiana state Consols, other sMets and July dividend.... (g.96o 41 Beerved for anadjusted ...ole ................... 10,000 00 Dividend Dec e1, 18199...... 0.oo0 o Surplus ....................1. 0,710 6 - , The company hln the followlng ae*etes (lah In bankl...............1.6,46 42s U. 8, bonds. .o0.000 00 .0 Heal estate, lowest valuae tion............ ...1.. 2.186 6. Notes secured by first mortgage on city prop ertles. ......... .......... V .844 6s Notes escursd by pledges of available seouritles. 6I.100 60 Ros forremi ....... 1 ,470 69 4. U. J. and N,... B firt " ;.g mortokag bon 0........ 28 00 60o sha Waterworkl o.. at 6 707.............. 18.8860 0 on New Orleans Waterwprks first mortgae bonde..s 10,ooo00 Banks, ýLuranee, Lo.isi an n e,0.d1otand ot;he:r stocks, lowest market value ..... ......... .,6964 90 Premiums in course of eol. lection.................. N a Due by agents........... .107 h7-9493. 0 . LI*AAILITI _ aisi stoc............... .. ,0 - searved for unadjusted Dlsvi o December.i , 1i0;;6 n 169 .......... .......... ,0 0.3 Surpluas....... ........ o. The above nat is oAt transcript from m ýr W. n, y arn Iwo to 'auand . j to a meetl te~ lalS iaeW 1r0ýMI sloe~~,. tots a9 SUN EUIUAL ZINBUANOE 10OO Paid Up Capital.... ...... t; TWINTI-IOUIBT ANNUAL STAT?,r' A3mountof premtums for the seart cember 81. 1119 On nrlrem ..s..ba........ r. .nriver riskM............. 0Ir/ Add unterminated risks. . 178. ............... ......7.. 33.7 e0--e9 dB Less Untermlnated risk, 1119.. 'NUM 00 Return premiums. .......3.. 11,Tl S- rtuS# Net erned remiums . ........... ye**r Losses, etd.. ald durin g same period-- .!! On fre r s................ .S n river r rls..i......s. .87061 N On marine risks....... .6 41,41 Reinsurance.. ..4.51s 39 writers....•8... 6 51 81 Ta s....., , .. .dS 8 erve fund. two per lated risks 17-. asM9 00o L ao d ut D o . in e Loasnmorg..a............6.... ns on led e ........................ B alle rb e ..................... tal estate ............ .................. i Premiums in course of olleUtion..... in mon hand......................... The foregoing a sJ Rworn to and before me this tWgIj u-first dr oses..f 4ota4 M i, The Board ofret at a mdng the twenty-firt day of 9 afrl-,4661o, m set- ' tinda. slde Ten bTouand.Do tord ptlpsilnag ptremiums n o te endn bersl 1110 said diien6 p6 on sad MONDA. JanuMry . ass. DIB1OTOAT: 3. Hart, !ullus Wefs, BotSeebe H. BLesa. B. W.aor, . nh. Ma9ore O, 1. Ms.Wj W.e. Bemour,.mor t Bls- rece e c..... s........... Th foreGoinnes, D.0atm , ýt a