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support and maintenance of veterans of the late Mexican and civil wars, in indigent circumstances, residing in the veterans' home, under the auspices of the veterans' home association, a corporation duly created and existing under the laws of the State of California, the sum of one hundred and fifty dollars per annum for each veteran duly admitted to and residing in such home; provided, that in no one year shall a sum exceeding twenty-four hundred dollars be paid by virtue of such appropriation.
4996. SEC. 2. The aid herein granted shall commence Paid semithe first day of the month after each such veteran shall commence
annually. bona fide to resiile in and be supported in such home, and shall be paid by the State of Nevada in semi-annual installments.
4997. SEC. 3. The State Board of Examiners are author- Board of ized in behalf of the state at any time to inquire, either in make person or by authorized agents, into the management of such inquiries. institution, and upon refusal, after due demand, to permit such inquiry, such institution shall not thereafter receive any aid under this Act.
4998. SEC. 4. Every claim for aid under this Act shall Claims. be presented to and acted upon by the State Board of Examiners.
4999. Sec. 5. If such claims be audited and allowed in If allowed whole or in part by said board), it shall be the duty of the ('on- shall be paid. troller to draw his warrant for the amount thereof in favor of the President and Treasurer of said association, and it shall be the duty of the State Treasurer to pay the same on due presentation.
5000. Sec. 6. No person for whose specitic support there Persons not is paid such institution the sum of twelve dollars and fifty cents entitled to or more per month, shall be entitled to any aid under this Act ; but if such sum be less than twelve dollars and fifty cents per month, aid shall be granted for such sum only as is
necessary to make the full amount of support, including the state aid, twelve dollars and fifty cents per month.
5001. SEC. 7. No money appropriated by this state, under Not to be this Act, shall be expended either in improvements or in the proceering erection of new buildings for such institution.
5002. SEC. 8. To entitle an applicant to admission to the Persons entiveterans' home of California and to receive the benefit of state aid authorized by this Act, the applicant shall make application aus' home. un ler oath for such admission, reciting the following facts, to-wit: Name in full, residence, occupation, age, place of birth, married or single, date and place of enlistment, rank, company,
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them, as soon as practicable, shall examine said work and shall approve or disapprove the same, or shall order such changes made therein as they, or a majority of them, may deem advisable. When approved by them, or a majority of them, the Justices shall direct said Clerk to certify their approval of said work, and deliver such certificate to the said David E. Baily and John D. Hammond.
3005. Sec. 2. Upon the presentation of said certificate, Coutroller to the State Controller is hereby authorized, directed, and required to draw his warrant upon the State Treasurer for the sum of two thousand ($2,000) dollars, payable out of any funds in the state treasury not otherwise specifically appropriated, and deliver said warrant to said David E. Baily and John D. Hammond. The State Treasurer is hereby directed and required to pay said warrant upon presentation thereof out of the moneys hereinafter appropriated.
5006. Sec. 3. After making the certificate aforesaid, the Compilation Clerk of the Supreme Court shall deliver said compilation to the to be printed, Secretary of State, who shall immediately deliver the same to the State Printer, who shall proceed forth with to print the same.
5007. Sec. 4. The State Printer shall furnish suitable Proof sheets proof sheets to the said David E. Baily and John D. Hammond and the said Baily and Hammond shall carefully examine and correct the same. They shall also make full and comprehensive marginal notes and headings for each section, together with a full, complete, and accurate index to said compilation. Said index shall not be made from the marginal notes and headings alone, but shall be from the subject matter treated of in each section. In all respects it shall be full, comprehensive, and complete, and to the approval of the Justices of the Supreme Court, or a majority thereof. When such marginal notes and index are fully completed, the said Justices, or a majority thereof, shall examine and approve or disapprove the same, or shall order such changes made therein as they, or a majority of them, shall deem advisable.
5008. Sec. 5. When the said Justices, or a majority of Marginal them, shall approve said index and marginal notes, they shall direct said Clerk to certify their approval of the same, and deliver such certificate to the said David E. Baily and John D. Hammond. Upon the presentation of said last named certificate to the State Controller he is hereby authorized, directed and required to draw his warrant upon the State Treasurer for the further sum of five hundred (5500) dollars, payable out of any funds in the state treasury not otherwise specially appropriated, and deliver said warrant to suid David E. Baily and John D. Hammond. The State Treasurer is hereby directed and required
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and Hammond for their services so to be rendered as aforesaid.
5009 Sec. 6. The Librarian of the state library, Secretary of State and other state officers shall afford to the said David E. Baily and John D. Hammond all reasonable information, aid, means and facilities for the purpose of enabling them, the said Baily and Hammond, to prosecute and complete the
work aforesaid with all reasonable dispatch. State Printer, 5010. Sec. 7. Upon receiving said compilation the State
Printer shull at once, in as expeditious and economical a manner is practicable, proceed to print, in good style, and to the approval of said Justices, or a majority of them—using long primer type and good book paper—fifteen hundred copies of said compilation, and shall have seven hundred and fifty copies bound, in a good and workmanlike manner, in law sheep, in either one or two volumes, as the said Justices, or a majority of them, may direct, and deliver them to the Secretary of State.
5011. Sec. 8. The Secretary of State shall deliver olle bound copy to each of the persons, libraries, and associations now entitled to receive the laws of the State of Nerada as published biennially, said copies to be delivered subject to the rules and restrictions now governing the distribution of the statutes of this state. He shall deliver ten copies to the State Librarian of the state for the use of the state, and the remainder of said bound volumes he shall sell as they may be called for at a price
not less than ten dollars per volume, if bound in one volume, compilation
or at a price not less than twelve dollars per set, if bound in two volumes, and he shall pay all moneys received from such sales into the state treasury. The remaining unbound sheets shall be bound in lots of not less than one hundred copies, as
they may be required. Certificate by 5012. Sec. 9. Upon the delivery of said compilation
ready for printing to the Secretary of State, he shall duly certify the same under the great seal of the State of Nevada, and when printed and distributed, the said compilation, as printed. shall be legal evidence of the law therein contained in all the courts of this state, but shall not preclude reference to, or control, in case of any difference, the force or effect of any original Act as passed by the legislature of this state.
STATE OF NEVADA, DEPARTMENT OF STATE, )
I, John M. Dormer, Secretary of State of the State of Nevada, do hereby certify that the foregoing is the full and true compilation of the general laws of the State of Nevada, prepared by David E. Baily and John D. Hammond, under and by authority of an Act of the Legislature of the State of Nevada, entitled An Act to provide for the compiling of the laws of the State of Nevada," approved llarch 7, 1885.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the Great Seal of State. Done at office, in Carson City, Nevada, this third day of August, A. D. 1885. SEAL.]
JOHN M. DORMER,
Secretary of State.