The Laws of Texas, 1921 [Volume 21] Page: 92 of 1,670
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84 GENERAL LAWS.
Provided that no property belonging to said institution shall be
sold or disposed of without the 'consent of the Board of Control
and all proceeds from the sale of any such property and from
labor performed shall become a special support and maintenance
fund of said institution to be expended under the direction of the
Board of Control as they may deem proper, provided that all proceeds
from the sale of crops shall be paid into the State Treasury
and shall become a part of the State General Fund, and a complete
statement of all transactions shall be made in the annual report
of said institution.
When, under this bill, the family of any superintendent, officer or
employee of said institution is permitted to live at said institution,
and furnished with board, fuel, light, laundry, water, and housing,
or furnished with any of said things, the word "Family" shall be
construed to mean the immediate family of such superintendent,
officer or employee, including only himself, his wife, and minor
children, and no other person or persons, whomsoever; and whenever
such superintendent, officer or employee is to be furnished with
provisions not to exceed some certain amount stated, it shall be the
duty of the storekeeper and accountant to charge such superintendent,
officer or employee with such item of provisions as furnished
to him, showing the price or value thereof, and said storekeeper
shall not permit the amount authorized to be exceeded and he shall
make a monthly report of same to the State Board of Control of said
institution, and said Board of Control shall be charged with the duty
of seeing that no account for such provisions exceeds the amount
The appropriations herein provided for are to be construed as the
maximum sums to be appropriated to and for the several purposes
named herein, and no expenditures shall be made, nor shall any
obligations be incurred, which, added to the actual expenditures, will
exceed the amount herein appropriated for either of said purposes.
That if any work be not done or the place not filled by the appointment
of a person for whom a salary is herein fixed, then such salary
shall lapse and be returned to or left in the State Treasury; and
provided further, that no person for whom any salary is herein fixed
shall be allowed to draw more than the amount of such salary from
any other salary or amount herein fixed or from any State fund
or funds under the control of the governing authority of such particular
institution; and provided further, that if any amount herein
fixed for any particular purpose be not used for such purpose in
whole or in part the unused portion of such fixed amount shall be
returned to or left in the State Treasury.
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Gammel, Hans Peter Mareus Neilsen. The Laws of Texas, 1921 [Volume 21], book, 1921; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth14933/m1/92/: accessed August 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .