Sixteenth General Assembly 1876

 

CHAPTER 71.

CONCERNING THE COLLEGE FOR THE BLIND

AN ACT to repeal sections 1681 1682 and 1683, Chapter 6, Title 7 of the Code, and for other purposes.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa:

Section 1.     
That sections 1681, 1682 and 1683 of the Code be and are hereby repealed.

Section 2.     $578.64 transferred from "Industrial home" to "mechanical department."         
That the sum of five hundred and seventy-eight and 64-100 dollars which now statnds to the credit of the industrial home, established in connection with college for the blind, be by the trustees of said institution transferred to the mechanical department of said institution for the purchase of stock material and other necessaries for said department.

Section 3.     To take effect.         
This act being deemed of immediate importance, shall take effect from and after its publication in the Daily State Register, published at Des Moines, and the People's Journal, published at Vinton, Iowa.

Approved March 10, 1876.

 

I hereby certify that the forgoing act was published in the Iowa State Register, March 15, and in the Peopl's Journal, published at Vinton, March 17, 1876.

                                              JOSIAH T. YOUNG, Secretary of State. 

 

 



 

 

CHAPTER 150.

APPROPRIATION FOR COLLEGE FOR THE BLIND

AN ACT making further appropriations for the College for the Blind

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa:

Section 1.     $11,000 appropriated.         
That there is hereby appropriated out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, the following sums for the purposes herein named, to wit:
     For library and apparatus, one thousand dollars.
     For musical instruments, one thousand dollars.
     For furniture, carpets, bedding and furnishing goods, three thousand dollars.
     For wood-house, five hundred dollars.
     For painting, eight hundred dollars.
     For concreting basement in main building and south wing, one thousand dollars
     For labor in removing old floors and stairs in basement of main building and south wing, and putting in new floors and stairs, six hundred and twenty-two 50-100  dollars.
     For lumber and other materials for putting in new floors and stairs in basement of main building and south wing, eight hundred and forty-three 75-100 dollars.
     For general repairs on buildings and grounds, eight and thirty-three 75-100 dollars
     For water tanks, one thousand dollars.
     For rubber hose, four hundred dollars.
     For the erection of out-house and water closets, four hundred dollars.
     For contingent expenses, six hundred dollarss.

  Section 2.     How used.         
That the money hereby appropriated for library, apparatus, musical instruments, furniture, carpets, bedding and furnishing goods, shall be used for those objects exclusively, and any other moneys hereby appropriated and remaining unexpended after the specific object for which the same was appropriated shall have been completed, may be used so far as may necessary for any of the other purposes specified in this act.   

Section 3.     How audited and paid. Proviso.
That the money hereby appropriated shall be drawn and paid on the order of the trustes and audited and paid as other claims.  And they shall take vouchers in duplicate for all money paid out under the provision of this act, one of which shall be filed in the office of the auditor of state; provided, that not more than six thousand dollars shall be drawn and paid in the year 1876.

Section 4.     Shall take effect.
This act being deemed of immediate importance, shall be in force from and after its publication in the Daily Iowa State Register, and Daily State Leader, newspapers published in Des Moines, Iowa.

Approved March 17, 1876.

 

I hereby certify that the forgoing act was published in the Iowa State Leader, March 27, and in the Iowa State Register, March 30, 1876.

                                              JOSIAH T. YOUNG, Secretary of State.