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SECTION 23. That the sum of eight hundred dollars, Joint investior so much thereof as mar he necessary, is hereby andro-mi priated for the purpose of paying the expenses of the Joint Investigating Committee appointed by the Fifth Legislative Assembly under the provisions of Council Concurrent Resolution No. 4, such expenses to be paid upon sworn vouchers, the claims for such expenses to have been previously approved by such committee.

SECTION 24. For clerk hire for the various committees Employees of and for the employees of the House of Representatives of cislative

Asembly, ap. the Fifth Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Okla-supriation. homa, as follows: H. B. Gilstrap, first assistant chief clerk, three hundred dollars. Charles Seeley, second assistant chief clerk, two hundred and forty dollars. W. J. Riggs, third assistant chief clerk, two hundred and forty dollars. W. E. Thralls, first assistant enrolling and engrossing clerk, ninety-two dollars. May H. Peebles, assistant enrolling and engrossing clerk, one hundred and fifty-six dollars. Anastatia Fitzgerald, for like service, one hundred and fifty-three dollars. E. M. Bailey, for like service, one hundred and fifty-three dollars. Marion Rock, for like service, one hundred and fifty dollars. W. W. Asher, for like service, one hundred and fifty-six dollars. Isabella Patterson, for like service, one hundred and fifty dollars. John V. Koogle, for like service, one hundred and fifty-three dollars. Florence Hadley, private secretary to Speaker, two hundred and forty dollars. Stella May Sherer, clerk committee on enrolled and engrossed bills, and also election committee, one hundred and sixty-eight dollars. C. W. Goodrich, clerk committee on public lands, fifty one dollars. Lew Sargent, clerk committee on penitentiary and reformatory institutions, one hundred and eighty dollars. D. T. Vankirk, clerk committee on roads and highways, fifty. one dollars. W. J. Weighlein, clerk committee on banks and banking, fifty one dollars. C. B. Baker, clerk committee on insurance, one hundred and sixty eight dollars. J. W. Rickets, clerk committee on public officers, fifty

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seven dollars. Minnie Wood, clerk committee asylums and public charities, fifty-one dollars. Jessie Olmsted, clerk committee on agriculture, forty five dol. lars. H. W. Bailey, clerk committee on liquor traffic, sixty-three dollars. Clif D. Scott, clerk committee on education and assistant journal clerk, one hundred and seventy two dollars. Cal Orner, clerk committee on private corporations, fifty-seven dollars. H. White, clerk committee on railroads, forty-five dollars. Susie McElrath, clerk committee on appropriations, one hundred and thirty one dollars. Phil. Sowers, clerk committee on criminal jurisprudence, one hundred and sixty eight dollars. Attie B. Reed, clerk committee on judiciary, two hundred and twenty eight dollars. A. M. Etchen, clerk committee on ways and means, one hundred and seventy four dollars. John Ewing, janitor, one hundred and eighty dollars. 0. J. Drake, janitor, eighty-one dollars. G.

W. Spraings, day watchman, one hundred and eighty five dollars. Neal, day watchman, ten dollars. W. W. Painter, assistant sergeant at arms, two hundred and forty dollars. Elsie Thralls, assistant sergeant at arms, two hundred and four dollars. P. F. Tyler, assistant seregant at arms, two hundred and forty dollars. George M. Billings, page, twenty three dollars. Charles A. Furrow, page, twenty-three dollars. Robert McElrath, page, sixty dollars. Harry Pentecost, page, twenty-three dollars. Percy Welch, page, twenty-three dollars. Rollin Watkins, page, sixty dollars. Florence

Hadley, for rent of typewriter, twelve dollars.
Employees of SECTION 25. For clerk hire for the various com-
Council, Fifth
Legislative
Assembly, ap-

mittees and for the employees of the Council of the Fifth
Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Oklahoma, as
follows: Harry F. Ardery, first assistant chief clerk,
three hundred dollars. Harry N. Horner, assistant chief
clerk, two hundred and forty dollars. Grant Shoop, as-
sistant chief clerk, two hundred and forty dollars.
C. Dickensheets, assistant sergeant-at-arms, two hundred
and forty dollars. Allan Norris, assistant sergeant-at-
arms, eighty-one dollars. Olin Doty, assistant enrolling

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and engrossing clerk, one hundred and eighty dollars. C. F. Quinby, assistant enrolling and engrossing clerk, eighty-one dollars. Samuel Means, for like service, eighty-one dollars. Henry Herwig, for like service, one hundred and eighty dollars. R. H. Hahn, for like service, eighty-one dollars. W. M. Robbins, for like service, eighty-one dollars. T. L. Shafer, for like service, eightyone dollars. S. P. Atherton, for like service, seventyeight dollars. H. C. Combess, night watchman, eightyone dollars.

A. J. Foster, janitor, one hundred and eighty dollars. J. R. Carter, janitor, one hundred and eighty dollars. Carl Gilbert, page, twenty-seven dollars. Richard Cassel, page, sixty dollars. Lawrence Laws, page, sixty dollars. Earl Kidd, page, nineteen dollars. J. E. Quien, secretary to President and clerk committees, two hundred and forty dollars. Angie Penny, clerk committee on private corporations, eighty dollars. T. H. Cuppage, clerk committee on railroads, one hundred and fifty six dollars. J. R. Eckles, clerk committee on quarantine fifty-seven dollars. T.F.Milliken, clerk committee on ways and means, two hundred and forty dollars. Minnie Miller, clerk committee on judiciary, two hundred and eight dollars. Otto Beckemeyer, clerk committee on enrolled and engrossed bills, fifty-seven dollars. J. J. Graham, door keeper, ninety dollars. Maggie Hutto, clerk committee on county affairs, fifty-seven dollars. W. T. Lawrence, clerk committee on municipal corporations, sixty three dollars. George M. Green, clerk committee on codifying and revision, fifty-one dollars. J. M. Davis, clerk committee on private corporations, forty-two dollars. B. F. Wolf, clerk committee on education, forty-two dollars. George W. Vickers, clerk committee on pubic lands, fiftyseven dollars. W. M. Allison, assistant enrolling clerk, eighty-one dollars. And for extra work in Council as follows: W. M. Allison, assistant enrolling clerk, fifteen dollars. S. P. Atherton, assistant enrolling clerk, fifteen dollars. R. H. Hahn, assistant enrolling clerk, fifteen dollars. W. M. Robbins, assistant enrolling clerk,

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fifteen dollars. Thomas Taylor, assistant enrolling clerk, fifteen dollars. Allan Norris, night watchman, twentyfour dollars. Hugh McCredie, for rent of typewriters for use in Council, nineteen dollars.

SECTION 26. For the Bank Examiner of the Territory er, salary and

of Oklahoma for the years 1899 and 1900, the sum of eighteen hundred dollars per annum, for salary and five

hundred dollars per annum, for expenses. Historical society, ap

SECTION 27. That there is hereby appropriated for the propriation.

years 1899 and 1900, the sum of sixteen hundred dollars for the use of the Oklahoma Historical Society, to be used as the board of directors may direct: Provided, That a majority of said board be editors, whole files are regularly donated to said society, and that not less than one-half of each annual appropriation be used in the binding of

files. Specific deficiency appro

SECTION 28. For the following specific deficiencies, topriation.

wit: For the State Capital Printing Company, for printing and supplies furnished to various Territorial officers for the year 1898, as per sworn and approved vouchers on file in the Auditor's office, the sum of five hundred and eighty-five dollars and eighty-five cents. For deficiency for the office of Attorney General the sum of five hundred eighty-five and 63-100 dollars as per vouchers on file in the Auditor's office. For the Daily Leader Printing Company, for supplies furnished to Bank Examiner, Territorial Librarian, Clerk of Supreme Court, Attorney-General and Adjutant-General, for the years 1897 and 1898, the sum of eight hundred and sixty-three dollars and eighty two cents, as per itemized bills approved and filed in the office of Territorial Auditor.

SECTION 29. This Act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and approval.

Approved March 10th, 1899.

CHAPTER IV.

BANKS AND BANKING.

SECTION.

SECTION. 1. Organization and incorpora- 30. Commissioner in possession; tion.

attachment b'arred. 2. Capital stock.

31. Voluntary liquidation. 3. When organized.

32. Insolvent, when. 4. Shares.

33. Declaring dividends. 5. Commissioners' examination 34. Surplus funds. and certificate.

35. Capital not diminished. 6. Capital stock, residue.

36. Neglect of officers, 'felony. 7. Capital stock, increase.

37. Bank, what constitutes. 8. Sale of stock, notice.

38. Certified check, false, felony. 9. Voluntary dissolution, how 39. Embezzlement by officer, effected.

felony. 10. Board of directors.

40. Check paid when no deposit. 11. Stockholders' liability.

41. Cannot favor depositors. 12. Investment's, limited.

42. Reducing capital stock. 13. Deposits retained.

43. Imparing capital stock, how 14. voans limited.

remedied. 15. False report, felony.

44. National banks may

incor16. Receiving deposits when in

porate. solvent, felony.

45. List of shareholders. 17. Violations of this act, mis- 46. Refusal to permit inspection, demeanors.

procedure. 18. Reports, when made.

47. Doing business after revoca19. Statement of dividend.

tion, penalty. 20. Failure to report, penalty.

48. Real estate owned by bank. 21. Dissolution by bank commis- 49. Real estate holdings reduced. sioner.

50. Transfer of stock. 22. Bank commissioner, how ap- 51. Loans to stockholders limited. pointed.

52. Receivers' report. 23. Bond and oath of commis- 53. Blanks, form of. sioner.

54. Bank commissioner, salary 24. Duties of commissioner.

and expenses. 25. Examination fees.

55. Commissioner's report to gov26. Fees and expenses, record.

ernor. 27. Reports required by commis- 56. Commissioner's neglect of sioner.

duty, felony. 28. Call for statement.

57. Proceedings by county at29. Insolvent bank, receiver ap

torrey. pointed.

58. False oath, perjury.

59. Repealing former acts. AN Act relating to banks and banking, providing for the organization,

management, control, regulation and supervision of banks and
providing penalties for violations of the proyisions of this act, and
repealing Chapter 4, of the Session Laws of 1897, of Oklahoma

Territory.
Be it Enacted by the Legislative Assembly of the Territory

of Oklahoma:
SECTION 1. Any three or more persons, a majority of roanization

and incorpora whom shall be residents of this Territory, may organize uuu. themselves into a banking association and be incorpor

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