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Salary of Chief Deputy Oil and Gas Wells and Pipe Lines
2,000.00 Per diem, ($5.00) for deputies
7,200.00 Traveling and maintenance for all deputies
6,000.00 For compiling, publishing and distribution of Dry hole records 2,500.00
2,000.00 7,200.00 6,000.00 2,500.00
STATE INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION.
1916. Salary of chairman of State Industrial Commission.
-$ 3,000.00 Salary of member of State Industrial Cominission..
2,500.00 Salary of member of State Industrial Commission..
2,500.00 Contingent fund, including supplies, incidentals, extra help and expenses of extra help
1917, $ 3.000.00
1916 For the payment of rent on quarters occupied by State De
partment officers and employees, to be expended and paid out by and upon approval of the State Board of Public Affairs
SCHOOL LAND DEPARTMENT.
1916. Salary of Secretary
2,500.00 Salary of Assistant Secretary
2,000.00 Salary of Oil and Gas Agent
2,000.00 Salary of Chief Clerk, Loan Division
1,800.00 Salary Chief Clerk, Lease and Sales Division..
1,800.00 Salary of Superintendent of Sales
1,500.00 Salaries of eight farm loan appraisers, at $1,500 per annum each 12,000.00 Salary of cashier
1,700.00 Salary of Asst. Cashier and stenographer
1,020.00 Salary of bookkeeper, lease division
1,500.00 Salary of bookkeeper, sales division
1,500.00 Salary of bookkeeper, farm loan division.
1,500.00 Salary of auctioneer
1,500.00 Salary of minute clerk
1,200.00 Salary of cashier of sales
1,200.00 Salaries of twelve clerks at $1,200 per annum each.
14,400.00 Salaries of eight stenographers at $1,020 per annum each.-- 8,160.00 Salary of telephone operator and mailing clerk.
510.00 Salary of messenger boy
510.00 Salary of janitor
480.00 Salary of night watchman
200.00 Contingent expenses, including expenses of farm loan ap
praisers, contingent expenses of farm loan division, sales division, lease division, oil and gas division, expenses of adjustors, collectors, extra help, postage, supplies, printing, telephone, telegraph, freight and express.
35.000.00 Services and expenses in preparing for sale and selling schoolland
1917. $ 2,500.00
2,000.00 2,000.00 1,800.00 1,800.00 1,500.0) 12,000.00 1,700.00 1,020.00 1,500.00 1,500.00 1,500.00 1,500.00 1,200.00
1,200.00 14,400.00 8,160.00
510.00 $10.00 480.00 900.00
The following items contained in the foregoing bill (House Bill 451), are disapproved, to-wit: Under sub-head “Geological Survey" Salary of Field Geologist, 1916, $1800, 1917 $1800; Educational Work 1916, $2000; 1917 $2000,
under sub-head "State Auditor" Assistant to above (Railway and Public Service Corporation Clerk) 1916 $1500, 1917 $1500 Assistant to Gross Revenue, income, inheritance, and graduated land Tax Clerk, 1916, $1800, 1917 $1800; under sub-head "Superintendent of Public Instruction" Salary of Assistant Chief Clerk, 1916 $1200, 1917 $1200; under sub-head “Chief Mine Inspector's Department" for compiling, publishing and distribution of dry hole records $2500; under sub-head “State Librarian" purchase of books and for preparing, printing, and distributing 1000 copies of library catalogue, 1916, $5000 (but I approve the 1917 $5000 item). In all other respects and as to all other items, this bill is approved.
Approved April 5, 1915.
APPROPRIATION—UNIVERSITY PREPARATORY SCHOOL
AN ACT making an appropriation for the support and maintenance of the East
ern University Preparatory School located at Claremore, Oklahoma, for the fiscal years ending June 30, 1916, and June 30, 1917.
Be It Enacted By The People Of The State Of Oklahoma : Appropriations-Support and Maintenance.
Section 1. There is hereby appropriated out of any money in the State Treasury not otherwise appropriated, the following sums, or so much thereof as may be necessary for the support and maintenance of the Eastern University Preparatory School, located at Claremore, Oklahoma, for the fiscal years ending June 30, 1916, and June 30, 1917, to be apportioned as follows:
For support and maintenance, including repairs and permanent equip ment for the year 1916.-----
-$30,000.00 For support and maintenance including repairs and permanent equipment for the year 1917
30,000.00 For heating plant
10,000.00 Approved (with the exception of the item "for heating plant $10,000.00 which item is disapproved, otherwise the bill is approved.) This 5th day of April, 1915.
R. L. WILLIAMS,
Governor of the State of Oklahoma. This heating plant can be put in out of the other two items.
R. L. WILLIAMS.
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU AT TULSA.
AN ACT authorizing the Commissioner of Labor to establish a branch of the
Oklahoma Free Employment Bureau at Tulsa, Oklahoma, providing for an at.
tendant and fixing salary thereof; and declaring an emergency. Be It Enacted By The People Of The State Of Oklahoma :
Free Employment Bureau at Tulsa.
Section 1. That the Commissioner of Labor is hereby authorized to establish at Tulsa, Oklahoma, a branch of the Oklahoma free employment bureau, and to appoint an attendant for said agency whose salary shall not exceed the sum of $900.00 per annum, and all necessary expenses incurred in the conducting of said agency; provided, said expenses shall not exceed $300.00 per year. Emergency.
Section 2. It being immediately necessary for the preservation of the public peace, health and safety, an emergency is hereby declared to exist by reason whereof this act shall take effect and be in full force from and after its passage and approval.
Approved April 3, 1915.
INSURANCE-INDEMNITY CORPORATION AUTHORIZED_TEAMS
AN ACT in relation to the incorporation of Mutual Indemnity Associations to do
the business of indemnifying the owners of teams and vehicles, including vehicles operated by their own power against loss or damage resulting from the ownership, operation or maintenance of such teams or vehicles; and declaring an emergency.
Be It Enacted By The People Of The State Of Oklahoma : How Organized-Regulation of Business.
Section 1. That any number of persons, not less than twenty, may associate and form an incorporated company upon the mutual plan for the following purposes, to-wit:
To transact the business of indemnifying the owners of teams and vehicles, including vehicles operated by their own power, against loss or damage resulting from the ownership, operation or maintenance of such teams and vehicles or against any hazard incident thereto, for all or either of such purposes.
Such associations shall be organized in the same manner as associations now provided by law for the organization of mutual fire insurance companies. No such com
pany shall commence to transact business until not less than one hundred thousand dollars of insurance, in not less than one hundred separate risks, no one of which, for the purpose of organization, shall exceed five thousand dollars or be less than five hundred dollars, shall have been subscribed and premiums to the amount of ten thousand dollars shall have been paid in cash; and, provided, that during the organization of any incorporated company under this act and prior to the issuance of a certificate authorizing such company to do business in this state, premiums paid to the promoters or organizers of such company for the purpose of organization shall be remitted at the end of each week, by such promoters or organizers of such company to the commissioner of insurance, with a report by such promoters or organizers, and each of them, taking subscriptions for the purpose of organizing such company of the name and post office address of each subscriber and the amount of the premium paid by such subscriber. All money collected by the promoters or organizers of any such company and transmitted or delivered to the commissioner of insurance, as herein required for the purpose of the organization of such company, shall be held by the commissioner of insurance until such company is organized and authorized to do business in this state at which time the same shall be delivered to such company. If for any reason, such company fails in its organization or to be authorized to transact business under this act, thereupon the commissioner of insurance shall return to each of the subscribers of such organization the amount of premium, or premiums, subscribed and paid by such subscriber to the promoters or organizers of said corporation for the purpose of organization. Said return of premiums by the commissioner of insurance shall be made out of the funds delivered or paid to him by the promoters or organizers of such company, under the requirements of this act. Such associations may issue certificates of membership or policies, the premium on which may be paid on the assessment, installment or cash plan. All such