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An Act to repeal all laws forbidding aliens to hold and own lands in
SECTION I. The General Assembly of the State of Georgia do enact, That all laws and parts of laws forbidding aliens from owning lands in this State, be and the same are hereby repealed; and that all conveyances of lands, tenements and hereditaments hereafter made to or by an alien, shall be as valid and legal as if made to a citizen. Approved 13th December, 1866.
SEC. 10 Chaplains of Senate and House of SEC. 28 For freight on supplies donated.
11 Clerk in Treasurer's Office, in Comp
troller General's; Secretary of State.
12 Pay of John G. Cushing.
13 Appropriation to Penitentiary.
14 Deaf and Dumb Asylum.
15 Salaries of Officers of Penitentiary.
17 Appropriation to Messrs. Cobb, Cooper
18 Messrs. Jackson, Poe and Nisbet;
19 Balance to Comptroller's Clerk.
20 Salaries, &c., of Secretary of Senate
For preparation of maps.
To S. P, Thurmond, Solicitor General.
32 To Clerk of Secretary of State.
33 To B. B. Quillian and Rev. E. W. Warren.
34 To D. B, Sanford.
To purchase corn for indigent.
To Secretary of Senate and Clerk of
37 Pay for any service ordered.
38 Appropriation for Cemetery at Resaca. 39 Oakwood Cemetery.
40 Memorial Association of Fredericksburg.
Balance Salary of H. J. G. Williams.
To J. J. Anderson.
For artificial arm and foot for same.
25 To purchase Code.
Advances to members and officers of
26 Interest on public debt
47 Advance to State Printer.
An Act for raising a revenue for the political year eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, and to appropriate money for the support of the government during said year, and to make certain special appropriations, and for other purposes therein mentioned.
1. SECTION I. Be it enacted, etc., That the following sums of money be, and the same are hereby appropriated to the respective persons and objects hereinafter mentioned, to-wit:
The sum of four thousand dollars to his Excellency, the Governor, Governor. as his salary for the year eighteen hundred and sixty-seven; and the Sette further sum of two thousand dollars, each, to the Secretary of State, Comptrol- Comptroller General, and the State Treasurer, for the year eighteen Treasurer. hundred and sixty-seven; and the sum of eighteen hundred dollars, each, to the Secretaries of the Executive Department, not exceeding Executive two, for the year eighteen hundred and sixty-seven; and the sum of Departm't. nine hundred and fifty dollars to pay the Messenger of the Executive Messenger. Department for the year eighteen hundred and sixty-seven; and the State Li- sum of twelve hundred dollars to the State Librarian, as his salary brarian. for the year eighteen hundred and sixty-seven; and the sum of three hundred dollars to each of the State's attorneys and Solicitors General, and Solici- for the year eighteen hundred and sixty-seven; and the sum of one Reporter of thousand dollars to the Reporter of the decisions of the Supreme Court. Court, as his salary for the year eighteen hundred and sixty-seven; and the sum of thirty-five hundred dollars to each Judge of the Judges of. Supreme Court, as his salary for the year eighteen hundred and sixtyseven; and the sum of twenty-five hundred dollars to each Judge of the Superior Court, as his salary for the year eighteen hundred and sixty-seven.
2. SEC. II. That the sum of twenty thousand dollars, and the Contingent unexpended balance on hand the fifteenth of October, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, be, and the same is hereby appropriated as a
Per Diem and Mileage of Members of General Assembly,
contingent fund for the year eighteen hundred and sixty-seven; and the sum of twenty-five thousand dollars be appropriated for a printing Printing fund for the current year, and in case of a deficiency in this appropriation, the Governor is hereby authorized to draw his warrant on the Treasurer for the same, to be paid out of any money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated; and the sum of fifty dollars to Keeping the person selected by the Governor to keep clean, scour and air the clean Repchambers of the Senate and Representative halls, for the year Halland eighteen hundred and sixty-seven; and the sum of sixteen hundred Senate dollars to pay the State House guards, for the year eighteen hundred State H'use and sixty-seven.
3. SEC. III. That the sum of twelve dollars per day, each, be paid Pay of to the President of the Senate and Speaker of the House of Repre- of Senate sentatives, during the present session of the General Assembly, and and Sp'ker the sum of five dollars for every twenty miles traveled going to and returning from the seat of government, the distance to be computed Mileage. by the nearest route usually traveled; and the sum of nine dollars, each, per day be paid to the members of the General Assembly during Pay of the present session, and five dollars for every twenty miles of travel, going to and returning from the capitol, under the same rules which Mileage. apply to the President of the Senate and Speaker of the House of Representatives; provided, that no member of the General Assembly Proviso. shall receive pay for the time he may be absent, unless his absence was caused by the sickness of himself or his family, or he had leave granted by the Senate or House, for satisfactory reason.
4. SEC. IV. That the sum of twelve dollars per day, each, be paid to the Secretary of the Senate and the Clerk of the House of Repre- Secretary sentatives, for the present session; provided, that no warrant shall and Clerk issue in favor of either until his Excellency, the Governor, shall have satisfactory evidence that they have respectively filed in the office of Secretary of State the original bills and papers pertaining to their offices, and have carefully marked and filed away all reports of standing committees, and all other papers of importance connected with either house; the sum of twelve dollars per day, each, to the Clerks, AsJournalizing Clerks, Assistant Clerk and Assistant Secretary of the sistant Clk Senate and House of Representatives; and the sum of nine dollars tant Sec'ry per day, each, to the Enrolling and Engrossing Clerks of the Senate and House. and House of Representatives, for the time they have been actually and En employed, which shall only be allowed them upon the certificate of gr'ss'g Cl❜k. the Secretary or Clerk, stating that he required their services, and that they were actually performed; and the sum of nine dollars per day, each, to the clerk of the Joint Finance Committee and the clerks Joint Fiof the Judiciary Committee of the Senate and House of Representa- and Cl'k of tives, for the time they have been actually employed, which shall only Judiciary be allowed them upon the certificate of the chairman of the committees, Senate and stating that the service was actually performed.
5. SEC. V. That the sum of nine dollars per day be paid to each DoorKeepof the Door-Keepers and Messengers of the Senate and the House of er and MesRepresentatives, at the present session of the General Assembly, and Senate and
All officers of State.
Public Treasurer authorized to pay officers of Government.
the same mileage to each of said Door-Keepers and Messengers as is paid to the members of the General Assembly.
6. SEC. VI. That the various sums of the annual salaries of all the officers of this State whose salaries are fixed by law, be, and the same are hereby appropriated annually to pay said salaries until they are otherwise altered by law.
7. SEC. VII. That the Treasurer be authorized to pay from time to time to the officers of the government, whose salaries are appropriated by this act, seventy-five per cent. of the amount for which service Treasurer has been actually rendered at the date of such payment, taking advances to receipts from said officers for the same, which receipts shall be as officers. vouchers, and are hereby declared offsets to the extent of such payments to Executive warrants drawn at the end of the quarter for such officers' salaries.
Physician of Lunatic
8. SEC. VIII. That the sum of two thousand five hundred dollars Asylum. be, and the same is hereby appropriated as the salary of the Superin · tendent and Resident Physician of the Lunatic Asylum, and the cers, etc, further sum of twelve thousand dollars for the salaries of the Trustees Support of pauper pa- and Treasurer, sub-officers, attendants and servants' hire; and the tients. further sum of fifty thousand dollars for the support of pauper patients; and the sum of ten thousand dollars for the purpose of persons of preparing suitable buildings for persons of color.
Academy for the Blind.
9. SEC. IX. That the sum of eleven thousand dollars be, and the same is hereby appropriated to the Academy for the Blind, in this State, for the maintenance of pupils, salaries of officers, etc., from November first, eighteen hundred and sixty-six, to the thirtieth of October, eighteen hundred and sixty-seven, and for improvements which are necessary, the sum of five thousand dollars.
10. SEC. X. That the sum of one hundred dollars, each, be, and Chaplains the same is hereby appropriated as compensation to the chaplains of and House. the Senate and House of Representatives; and the sum of fifty Pages. dollars, each, to the Pages of the Senate and House of Representatives. 11. SEC. XI. That the sum of sixteen hundred dollars be, and the Clerks of same is hereby appropriated to pay the clerk in the Treasurer's office, State Ho'se and the sum of sixteen hundred dollars to pay the clerk in the Comptroller's office; and that the sum of sixteen hundred dollars be appropriated to pay the clerk in the Secretary of State's office..
12. SEC. XII. That the sum of five dollars per day be, and the same is hereby appropriated to pay John G. Cushing for making Cushing fires, bringing water, sweeping and keeping in order the Senate chamber and House of Representatives, during this session of the Legislature, out of which sum he is to pay for all assistance employed. 13. SEC. XIII. That the sum of thirty thousand dollars be, and the same is hereby appropriated for the support and repairs of the Georgia Penitentiary, and to provide for the payment of past deficiencies.
For support and
repairs of Penitentiary.
Support and educa
ti'n of Deaf
14. SEC. XIV. That the Governor be authorized to draw his and Dumb, warrant for eight thousand dollars, for the support and education of the deaf and dumb: and the further sum of of twenty-five hundred