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PUBLIC LANDS: ARTICLE.
ARTICLE. 1. Distribution of funds.
2. Revenue from Section 13 and
ARTICLE 1.-DISTRIRUTION OF FUNDS.
leasing of land reserved for the University, Agricultural College
and Normal School purposes. Be it Enacted by the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Oklahoma: SECTION 1. That the Board of School Land Commis- Distribution
of sioners, immediately after the passage and approval of this Act, and once in every six months thereafter, shall apportion the funds on hand derived from the leasing of Section 13 reserved for University, Agricultural College and Normal School purposes, in the following manner, to-wit: One-fifth of the total amount for the use and benefit of the University of Oklahoma, at Norman; onefifth of the whole amount for the use and benefit of the Agricultural and Mechanical College, at Stillwater; onefifth of the total amount for the use and benefit of the Territorial Normal School, at Edmond; one-fifth of the total amount for the use and benefit of the Territorial Normal School, at Alva; and one-fifth of the total amount for the use and benefit of the Colored Agricultural Normal University, at Langston. The money thus apportioned for the purposes aforesaid shall be paid to the proper officer designated to receive money in the several Acts and parts of Acts establishing these institutions to be expended under the same conditions and restrictions as other funds for the support of these institutions.
SECTION 2. This Act shall take effect and be in full force from and after its approval.
Approved March 10th, 1899.
ARTICLE 2.--REVENUES FROM SECTIONS 13 AND 33.
from Sections 13 and 33, reserved for educational and public
building purposes. Be it Enactes by the Legislative Assembly of the Territory
of Oklahoma: Funds turned
SECTION 1. That all moneys now in the hands of the into Territorial treasury. Governor, the board for the leasing of school lands, or
any member thereof, derived from the leasing of section 13, reserved for educational purposes and from section 33, reserved for public building purposes, be immediately
turned into the Territorial Treasury. Deposits, when made.
SECTION 2. All moneys hereafter received from said sources by the Governor, the board for the leasing of school lands, or any member thereof, shall be turned into the Territorial Treasury, so that the amount remaining in the hands of the Governor, the board for the leasing of school lands, or any member thereof, shall at no time exceed five hundred dollars, from either of said sources; but nothing herein shall be só construed as to require such official to make deposits with the Territorial Treas
urer oftener than once a day. Expenditures
SECTION 3. The said moneys, nor any part thereof, restricted.
shall be expended for any purpose until such expenditure
shall be authorized by the Legislative Assembly. Repeal.
SECTION 4. Chapter Thirty-nine of the Session Laws of 1897, being “An Act to Authorize the Purchase of General Fund Territorial Warrants with the Public Building Fund,” is hereby repealed.
SECTION 5. This Act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and approval.
Approved March 6th, 1899.
An Act amendatory of Section 3, Chapter 27, Session Laws of 1897,
and providing for the payment for services of Secretary of Park
Board and for other purposes.
support of. of Oklahoma, 1897, be amended to read as follows: Section 3. That hereafter at the time for making the annual tax levy, the township board of said Rock Island township shall meet and levy a tax not to exceed three mills on the dollar of the assessed valuation of said township on all the property, real and personal situated therein, to be applied to the purchase of said tract of land described in Section 1 of Chapter 27, Session Laws of 1897, and for the purchase and erection of a suitable building or buildings thereon: Provided, That the amount so expended for said tract of land and buildings for which said tax is levied, shall not exceed the sum of ($2,090) two thousand dollars; said tax shall be collected as other township taxes, be certified to the county clerk and by him be placed on the tax roll and collected as other taxes. SECTION 2. That said Park Board as provided in Sec- Park board,
members. tion 2, of Chapter 27, Session Laws of 1897, shall consist of three members to be elected in the same manner, and at the same time as township officers and shall hold their term of office for the period of two years, or until their successors are elected and qualified.
SECTION 3. That within twenty days after said Park Organization Commissioners shall qualify as provided by law, they shall meet and elect one of their number chairman and one of their number secretary.
Secretary SECTION 4. That said secretary shall receive for his compensation.
services, as such secretary, the sum of one dollar and fifty cents per day, to be paid on the warrant of the township board of said Rock Island township: Provided, That said secretary shall not receive in the aggregate a sum to exceed thirty dollars in any one year.
SECTION 5.. That all Acts, or parts of Acts in conflict herewith be, and the same are hereby repealed.
SECTION 6. That this Act shall be in force and effect, from and after its passage and approval.
Approved March 8th, 1899.
PUBLIC WAREHOUSES. SECTION.
SECTION. 1. Chief inspector, appointment. 29. Violation, misdemeanor. 2. Supervision.
30. County attorney, duties of. 3. Public warehouses.
31. Bond liable. 4. License to operate.
32. Depu.y chief inspecior, assist5. Warehouse-man; bond.
ants. 6. Conducting warehouse with- 33. Oath and bond, chief inspecout license.
tor. 7. Receiving grain.
34. Oath and bond, deputy and 8. Inspection, rec ipt.
assistants, liability. 9. Grain not delivered unless in- 35. Board of commissioners, spected.
rules, fees. 10. Different grades not mixed. 36. Compensation. 11. Preservation of grain.
37. Negl ct or fraudulent con12. Grain refused, when.
duct, misdemeanor. 13. Not mixed until inspection. 38. Imposter, misdemeanor. 14. Combination with carrier pro- 39. Inspectors removed. hibited.
40. Appeal, committee. 15. Warehouse receipt, contents. 41. Arbitra-inn committees ap16. New receipt.
ed. 17. Liability not limited.
42. Board commissioners to 18. Receipt cancelled.
make rules. 19. Receipt, transftr.
43. Standard of grades, changes 20. Fraudulent rece'pt, penalty
in, notice. for issuing.
44. Report of commissioners. 21. Receipt returned, grain de- 45. Inspection of warehouse by livered.
commissioners. 22. Storage rates, publication of.
46. Books and records inspected 23. Warehousemen's statements,
by commissioners. reports.
47. Witnesses. 24. Loss or damage by fire, res
48. Refusal to obey subpoena, ponsibility; preservation of
49. Commissioners to direct coun. 25. War houseman, negligence,
ty attorney. responsibility.
50. Prosecutions, how brought. 26. Statement under oath.
51. Damages not affected. 27. Copy of this Act posted.
52. Grain in transit. 28. Warehouse open to public;
AN Act providing for the organization of public warehouses, and to
regulate the warehousing and inspection of grain in public warehouses and otherwise in the Territory, and providing for the ap
pointment of grain inspector. Be it Enacted by the Legislative Assembly of the Territory
of Oklahoma: SECTION 1. It shall be the duty of the Governor of the Chief inspec
tor, appoint. Territory of Oklahoma, on or before June first after the ment. passage of this Act, to appoint a suitable person who shall not be interested, directly or indirectly, in any pur