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mayor and councilmen or other legislative bodies of any city, for a like period; such legislative body of such city to provide by ordinance for the time and manner of the payment of such assessments, interest and bonds and the making of such extensions.

Disposition of Surplus Assessments Paid.

Section 6. Any surplus remaining in the separate special fund of any street improvement district after all assessments have been collected and after payment of all bonds issued on account of such district and interest thereon, including renewal bonds, if any issued under the provisions of this act and interest thereon shall be returned to the then record owners respectively of the lots and tracts of land in such district in proportion to the amounts assessed against such lots and tracts of land respectively. The manner of accomplishing such distribution and return of such surplus shall be provided by resolution of the city council or other legislative body of such city, which shall be published once a week for four (4) successive weeks in a daily or weekly newspaper published and of general circulation in such city. Any person entitled to any portion of any such surplus shall be held to have waivea all right to participate therein unless such person shall have made written demand upon the treasurer of the city within two years from the date of the last publication or such resolution, and any amount still remaining in such fund at the expiration of such period shall be transferred by the city treasurer from the separate special fund of such district to the general fund of such city.

Approved April 2, 1915.

CHAPTER 217.

APPROPRIATIONS GENERAL DEFICIENCY.

AN ACT making an appropriation to pay deficiencies for the support of the

state government for the period ending June 30, 1915; and to pay miscel. laneous claims

as per vouchers file with the State Auditor; and de. claring an emergency.

on

Be It Enacted By the People of the State of Oklahoma:

Deficiency Appropriations.

Section 1. The following sums of money are hereby appropriated out of any money in the State Treasury, not otherwise appropriated, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to pay the deficiencies for the support of the state government for the period ending June 30, 1915, for the payment of miscellaneous claims as per vouchers on file with the State Auditor:

SHERIFFS' DEFICIENCIES ON ACCOUNT OF TRANSPORTING PRISONERS

TO PRISONS. To R. G. Derrick for the

arrest and conviction of John Estes for horse stealing

..$ 50.00 For the arrest and conviction of Walter Elliott for horse stealing $50.00

to be paid upon approval of the Governor. For reimbursing counties for transporting prisoners to the state prisons

where same have been paid by the counties to sheriffs; and for reimbursing counties for transportating insane persons to the asylum,

where same was paid by the counties prior to June 18, 1910.- -$7)500.00 For transporting prisoners from respective counties to the state prison, as per vouchers on file with the State Auditor.....

2,500.00

Provided, that the sums herein appropriated for transporting prisoners from the respective counties to the State prisons, shall be paid out only upon itemized statements and vouchers regularly sworn to, showing that said services were performed, and that the expense therein incurred was necessary. The Auditor is authorized and directed to examine and carefully audit each respective voucher submitted for payment against said iiems; provided, further, that if any county has paid to any sheriff or other officer any bill for which the sums herein appropriated are made, the same shall be paid to the county upon receipt by the State Auditor of satisfactory evidence of such fact.

REWARDS FOR HORSE THIEVES.
Harrison Davis
Harry Briscoe
Frank Paul
C. H. Powell
Henry Lewis
P. Briscol
Ethan A. Dunlap
Malcolm Gray
George Mercer
Ed Ryan
William Stewart
D. L. Wallace
J. B. Shirley
Geo. D. Miller, for capture of Will Hendrix
W. C. Bolin, for capture of George Warren.
Jake Baker

$ 50.00

50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 50.00 300.00 300.00 50.00

STATC BOARD OF EDUCATION.
J. F. Warren, per diem

-$ 12.00
B. H. Hester, expenses..

28.82 B. H. Hester, per diem and expenses.

67.32 W. E. Rowsey, per diem and expenses.

69.95 F. J. Wikoff, per diem.-----

12.00 F. J. Wikoff, per diem and expenses.

53.09 F. J. Wikoff, per diem.-

18.00 A. W. Duff, per diem and expenses

34.89 A. W. Duff, per diem and expenses..

25.90 A. W. Duft, per diem and expenses

39.30 A. W. Duff, per diem and expenses

34.20 F. B. Fite per diem and expenses.

108.25 F. B. Fite, per diem and expenses

17.45 F. B. Fite, per diem and expenses.

64.25 F. B. Fite, per diem and expenses.

35.00 H. C. Potterí, per diem and expenses.

18.58 H. C. Potteri, per diem and expenses.

44,26 H. C. Potterí, per diem and expenses.

18.71 H. C. Potterí, per diem and expenses.

29.68 H. C. Potterí, per diem and expenses.

24.33 H. C. Potterí, per diem and expenses.

19.15
H. C. Potterí, per diem and expenses.

56.62
Earl Hickman, for record of proceedings of Board of Educa.
tion, sitting as Text Book Commission

325.00

STATE ELECTION BOARD.
W. J. Boldwin Printing Co., (Hugo) for printing ballots...
Ben W. Riley, per diem..
E. A. Haines, per diem and expensse.
E. A. Haines, expenses.
E. A. Haines, expenses.
E. A. Haines, per diem.
E. A Haines expenses
Wells Fargo & Co., express on ballots.

22.50 168.00 78.00 24.02 60.50 156.00

42.74 231.02

Democrat Topic Printing Co., Norman, for printing ballots.----- 13.55
Carnegie Herald (Carnegie), for printing proclamation for elec-
tion

42.87
Beacon Publishing Co. (Cordell), for printing ballots.--

35.00

INSTITUTE FOR DEAF, BLIND AND ORPHANS, TAFT.
Roberts, Johnson & Rand Shoe Co...

61.31
Pierce Oil Corporation

4.70 E. 0. Excell, Chicago

15.00 D. C. Cook Publishing Co.

5.46 Rice-Stix Dry Goods Lo..

23.75 Waters - Pierce Oil Co...

13.85 American Metal Hose Co.

15.53 Shapleigh Hardware Co.--

100.36 Nellie W. Green

120.00

EASTERN UNIVERSITY PREPARATORY SCHOOL, CLAREMORE.
Deficiency as per claims on file with State Auditor..

-$1,708.00
Ed D. Murdaugh, salary.

208.34

CHIEF MINE INSPECTOR.
C. C. Harmon, expenses
H. H. Breene, expenses

75.00 136.90

DEPARTMENT OF CHARITIES AND CORRECTIONS.
Claims of witnesses

135.17
R. K. Goddard, M. D., for services.

$ 15.00 H. E. Stecher, M. D., for services

15.00

CORPORATION COMMISSION.
Rent on rooms at Guthrie for month of January, 1911, Therese

Filtrsch, Darwin Filtsch, Fannie Filtsch and Helen Hollings-
worth

LEGISLATURE.
l'nion Trust Company receivers for Oklahoma Fire In-
surance company, for rent of building---

-$2,250,00
Union Trust Company, receivers for Oklahoma Fire Insur.

ance Co., for remodeling and repairs to building occupied
by Legislature

1,859.10
Bass Furniture & Carpet Co., for furniture..

23.50
Underwood Typewriter Co....

162.01
C. H. Pittman, for expenses incurred as chief clerk of House
of Representatives, session of 1907-08.

210.00
Baum Building Company, for rent of office rooms for use of
Secretary of the Senate

200.00
Western Bank Supp!y Company, for supplies...

64.10
STATE PENITENTIARY, M'ALESTER.
Deficiency claims on file with the State Auditor in the total
sum of

-$36,821.75

Provided, that before any of said sum of $36,821.75 is paid, the claims therefor must be properly presented, approved, audited and allowed by the State Board of Public Affairs and the State Auditor.

Deficiency for maintenance for years 1914 and 1915.

-00,000.00
J. B. McAlester Hardware Co., plumbing and plumbing sup-
plies for penitentiary

-$2,745.00
Jason Jones, Sapulpa, for arrest of Alec McCrine.---

50.00
STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE.
Deficiencies pending against the various secondary agricul-

tural colleges, as per claims on file with the State Board
of Agriculture, and miscellaneous claims on file with sala
board

-$13,168.35

Provided, that before any of said sum of $13,168.35 is paid to any claimant, the respective claims shall be investigated, approved, audited and allowed by said State Board of Agriculture and audited and allowed by the State Auditor.

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT.
Trezevant & Cochran, general agents for Scottish Union and

National Insurance Co., National Fire Insurance Co., and
Royal Assurance of London, for rebate on payment of
taxes made on returns to the State of Oklahoma, covering
the year 1913...

-$700.03

OKLAHOMA HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE, AT NORMAN. Oklahoma Sanitarium Company, deficiency for year ending June 30th, 1914. ---

-$63,913.65 Deficiency for year ending June 30th, 1915..

75,000.00 CODE COMMISSION. Estate of John R. Thomas, expenses connected with code matter

-$ 1,500.00 W. R. Brownlee, expenses connected with code matter.. 1,500.00 Shall S. Bassett, law clerk.

450.00 Albert 1. McRill.

400.00 Morris Becker, law clerk.

425.00 Chas. L. Smith, stenographer.

200.00 Georgia Haley, Stenographer--

18.00 Emogene Boardman, stenographer

490.00 To estate of J. J. O'Rourke, manager of Hotel Ione, Guth

rie, Oklahoma, for rent of rooms for Code Commission 525.25 S. H. Harris, for expenses in completing compilation and revision of Revised Laws of Oklahoma, 1910...

3,854.30 E. W. Stephens Publishing Co., for printing Compiled Laws of Oklahoma

10,000.00 John T. Hayes, expenses connected with code matter.

1,500.0) MISCELLANEOUS. State University Hospital, for treatment of Chester Parkey, inmate of Granite Reformatory..

80.00 I. H. Persinger, per diem and expenses as member Board of Agriculture, January 15-16-17-23-24 and 25, 1913..--

3.34 J. H. Persinger, as member Board of Agriculture, for per

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