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To the secretary of state, one thousand dollars.
To the attorney general, twelve hundred dollars.
To the general treasurer, eight hundred dollars.
To the state auditor, one thousand dollars.

To the reporter of the decisions of the supreme court, five hundred dollars.

To the commissioner of public schools, twelve hundred dollars.

To the justices of the court of magistrates in the city of Providence, twenty-six hundred dollars.

To the justices of the court of justices in the city of Newport, one thousand dollars.

To the justices of the court of magistrates in the village of Woonsocket, seven hundred dollars.

For the clerks of the supreme court and court of common pleas in the county of Providence, the sum of twentyeight hundred dollars.

FOR THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.

For the pay and mileage of the members of the General Assembly, six thousand dollars.

For expenses of General Assembly, including pay of its clerks and officers in attendance, and for stationery, twenty-five hundred dollars.

FOR JUDICIAL EXPENSES.

For the maintenance of courts, including the pay of clerks, except the clerks of the supreme court and court of common pleas in the county of Providence, jurors, justices of the peace, witnesses, officers, and all other expenses authorized by existing laws, thirty thousand dollars.

FOR EDUCATION.

For public schools, fifty thousand dollars. Of the amount appropriated, the general treasurer is directed to pay eight thousand dollars on or after the fifteenth day of July, and the remainder on or after the fifteenth day of December

For the Normal school, three thousand dollars.

FOR INSANE AND OTHER DEPENDENT PERSONS.

For the support of the insane poor at the Butler hospital or other curative hospitals, and for the support and education of deaf, dumb, idiotic and blind persons, as authorized by existing statutes, ten thousand dollars.

FOR JAILS AND REFORM SCHOOL.

For the board of persons confined in jail and the fees of jailors, three thousand dollars.

For the support of juvenile offenders sentenced to the Providence reform school, eight thousand dollars.

FOR THE MILITIA.

For the pay and expenses of the active militia, six thousand dollars; provided, that no compensation shall be allowed to any person on the roll of active militia of the state, who shall not have performed field duty at least two days in the year.

FOR PRINTING.

For publishing the laws, printing the schedules, the an. nual report of the commissioner of public schools, the annual report upon the registration of births, marriages and deaths, all printing ordered by the General Assembly, and such as may be required in the office of the secretary of state and other public offices, two thousand dollars.

FOR COURT HOUSES AND JAILS.

For the building of and repairs upon court houses and jails, five thousand dollars.

FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS.

For the pay and expenses of the railroad commissioners, five hundred dollars.

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ORDERS OF THE GOVERNOR.

To pay drafts upon the treasury drawn by the governor, six hundred dollars.

INDLAN TRIBE.

For expenses of the Narragansett tribe of Indians, one hundred dollars.

FOR MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSES.

To meet appropriations made by the General Assembly, and for objects not specified in this act, twelve thousand dollars.

CHAPTER 288.

(Passed May 28, 1858.]

AN ACT ESTABLISHING THE SALARIES OF THE CLERK OF THE SUPREME

COURT AND THE CLERK OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS IN THE
COUNTY OF BRISTOL.

It is enacted by the General Assembly as follows :

Salaries
$200 each.

Of fees.

SECTION 1. The clerk of the supreme court in the county of Bristol, shall be hereafter allowed and paid the sum of two hundred dollars, and the clerk of the court of common pleas in said county shall hereafter be allowed and paid a salary of two hundred dollars in each year, in full for all services in their said offices, instead of the fees now allowed them by law.

SEC. 2. The said clerks shall continue to receive and collect all the fees now required by law to be paid them by other parties than the state, in all civil and criminal cases, and shall render an account thereof to the state auditor, once in six months, and if on the settlement of said account, the amount of fees which said clerks severally shall have received, or which they shall have collected and received in said six months, shall not exceed the half part of said salary, the said auditor shall give an order on the general treasurer for the amount of such deficiency in said half year's salary; and if the amount received by said clerks, or which they should have collected and received in said six months, shall exceed the amount of their salary for the said six months, the said clerks shall pay such excess into the general treasury.

Sec. 3. All fees now allowed by law, which have been

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or may be received by said clerks, before this act goes into operation, shall be collected and received by them in the same manner as if this act had not been passed.

Sec. 4. This act shall go into operation immediately after its passage.

CHAPTER 289.

(Passed May 28, 1858.]
AN ACT IN AMENDMENT OF AN ACT ENTITLED “AN ACT INCORPO.

RATING THE CITY OF NEWPORT AND OF THE ACTS IN AMENDMENT
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It is enacted by the General Assembly as follows :

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SECTION 1. The first section of an act in addition to an Executive act entitled “an act incorporating the city of Newport,” vested in passed at the January session, 1854, is hereby amended aldormen. so as to read as follows:

The executive powers of said city generally, and the administration of police, with all the powers hitherto possessed by the town council of the town of Newport, and of its meinbers by virtue of their office, (whether said last mentioned powers were conferred by the General Assembly or by the town,) except the power of passing by-laws and ordinances, shall be vested in the mayor and aldermen. All other powers now vested in, or by the charter of said city conferred upon the inhabitants or electors of Newport, or in the town council thereof, shall be vested in the mayor and aldermen and the common council of said city, to be exercised by concurrent vote, each board to have a negative upon the other.

Szc. 2. Such portions of the acts of which this is in amendment as are inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed.

CHAPTER 290.

[Passed May 28, 1858.)

AN ACT IN AMENDMENT OF TITLE XVIII. CHAPTER 117, OF THE REVISED

STATUTES, “OF AUCTIONEERS.”

It is enucted by the General Assembly as follows :

SECTION 1. No duty shall be exacted or paid on any from the goods exhibited at any fair held by the Rhode Island society for the encouragement of doinestic industry, or by the Aquidneck agricultural society, and which may be sold at auction during the continuance of such fair.

CHAPTER 291.

[Passed May 27, 1858.)

AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE TOWN COUNCIL OF WARWICK TO ESTAB

LISH SIDEWALKS IN SAID TOWN.

It is enacted by the General Assembly as follows :

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Section 1. The town council of said town are hereby authorized and empowered, in their discretion, to pass such ordinances in relation to laying down and establishing sidewalks within the limits of the highways in said town as they may think proper, and impose such penalties for the violation of any such ordinances as they may think proper, , not exceeding for any one offence the sum of ten dollars.

CHAPTER 292.

(Passed May 28, 1858.)

AN ACT IN AMENDMENT OF AN ACT ENTITLED." AN ACT TO INCORPO

RATE THE CITY OF NEW PORT” AND OF THE SEVERAL ACTS IN
AMENDMENT THEREOF.

It is enacted by the General Assembly as follows :

Salary of mayor.

Section 1. That the salary of the mayor of the city of Newport shall be fixed by the city council, annually, at the first regular meeting thereof in June.

Sec. 2. So much of the charter of said city as fixes or limits the salary of the mayor thereof is hereby repealed.

Sec. 3. This act shall take effect immediately after the passage thereof,

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