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certificate, such certificate shall be sold at public auction to the highest bidder for cash by the collector in office at the time of said sale after said collector shall have posted a notice giving a statement of the proposed sale, said notice to be posted on the front door of the court house for not less than four weeks prior to said sale.
Sec. 2. No fees under this act shall be paid to the assessor, collector or district attorney until the money shall be realized by the sale of the certificate or certificates in question.
Sec. 3. This act shall be in force and effect from and after the date of its passage.
JOINT RESOLUTION 1.
Be it enacted by the Thirty-sixth Legislative Assembly of the Ter
ritory of New Mexico: C. J. R. No. 1; Approved January 18, 1905:
That there is hereby appropriated out of any moneys in the Territorial Treasury for the payment of the contingent expenses of said legislative assembly, during the (60) sixty days thereof, the sum of twelve thousand ($12,000.00) dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary, six thousand ($6,000.00) dollars of which shall be expended under the direction of the chairman of the finance committee of the house of representatives, and six thousand ($6,000.00) dollars under the direction of the chairman of the finance committee of the legislative council, who shall respectively cause to be kept an accurate and true account of all disbursements made hereunder, and shall cause to be made a certified report to the president of the council and speaker of the house of representatives of all such disbursements so made, and the receipts therefor; and the treasurer of the territory is hereby directed to pay out of any moneys in the treasury such sums so stated to the order of the said chairman of the finance committee of the house of representatives and to the chairman of the finance committee of the legislative council, upon presentation of a certified copy of this resolution.
JOINT RESOLUTION 2.
TO SUPPLY MEMBERS OF COUNCIL AND HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES WITH THE COMPILED LAWS OF 1897 IN SPANISH
C. J. R. No. 2; Approved January 24, 1905. Be it resolved by the Council and House of Representatives of the
Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New Mexico:
That the librarian of the territory be and he is hereby directed and authorized to supply each member of the legislative assembly with a copy of the Compiled Laws of New Mexico of 1897, in Spanish and English and that he take credit for the same.
JOINT RESOLUTION 3.
TO SUPPLY MEMBERS OF COUNCIL AND HOUSE OF REPRESENT
ATIVES WITH LAWS OF 1899 AND 1901 AND 1903. C. J. R.
No. 3; Approved January 24, 1905. Be it resolved by the Council and House of Representatives of the
Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New Mexico:
That the secretary of the territory be and he is hereby directed and authorized to supply each member of the legislative assembly with a copy of the Session Laws of 1899 and 1901 and 1903 and that he take credit for the same.
JOINT RESOLUTION 4.
A REWARD FOR THE ARREST AND CONVICTION OF THE PERSONS
WHO ASSASSINATED COL. J. FRANCISCO CHAVES, AND FOR THE ACCOMPLICES IN SAID ASSASSINATION. C. J. R. No. 4; Approved January 24, 1905.
Whereas, on the night of November 26th, 1904, Col. J. Francisco Chaves, territorial superintendent of public instruction, and a member elect of the present legislative council, was most foully and cruelly assassinated by unknown parties at Pinos Wells in Torrance county, in the Territory of New Mexico; and
Whereas, it is the sense of this legislative council that the perpertators of this outrage should be speedily discovered and punished; now therefore, Be it resolved by the Council of the Thirty-sixth Legislative Assem
bly, the House of Representatives concurring therein:
That the governor of this territory be, and he is hereby requested to offer a reward of two thousand five hundred ($2,500) dollars for the capture and conviction of the guilty parties, and be it further
Resolved, That upon the certificate of the governor, the auditor is instructed to issue his warrant upon the territorial treasurer for said amount, to be paid out of any funds in the treasury, until a special appropriation is made for such purpose.
JOINT RESOLUTION 5.
TO SECURE PUBLICITY THROUGH THE PUBLIC PRESS OF THE
PROCEEDINGS OF THE 36TH LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. H.
J. R. No. 2; Approved February 9, 1905. Be it Resolved by the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New
That the secretary of the Territory of New Mexico be and he hereby is directed to mail to each newspaper printed and published in the Territory of New Mexico a copy of each bill and resolution introduced and printed in either branch of this legislative assembly as speedily as practicable after receiving the same from the public printer, and that the cost thereof be reported by the secretary at the end of the present session of this legislative assembly and an appropriation be made to cover the same.
JOINT RESOLUTION 6.
JOINT RESOLUTION THANKING THE SENATE OF THE STATE OF
COLORADO FOR THE PASSAGE OF RESOLUTIONS BY SAID
1905. Whereas, the senate of the state of Colorado in session on the sixth day of the present month, February, A. D., 1905, adopted a series of resolutions requesting the senators and representatives of that state in congress to use their utmost endeavors to prevent the passage of bill in congress providing for the admission of New Mexico and Arizona as a single state, as being an unwarranted hardship upon and an unjust discrimination against the people of said territories, and also requesting them to secure if possible the passage of a bill admitting each of said territories as a sovereign state of this Union; and
Whereas, such action of said senate is in accordance with the wishes of the people of New Mexico; therefore be it Resolved by the Council and IIouse of Representatives of the Leg
islative Assembly of the Territory of New Mexico:
That the sincere thanks of the legislative assembly of the Territory of New Mexico and the people of this territory be and the same are hereby extended to the senate of the state of Colorado for the passage of said resolutions, and the interest they have thereby manifested in the welfare of New Mexico and her people.
That a certified copy of this resolution be forwarded by the secretary of the territory to the president of the senate of the state of Colorado.
JOINT RESOLUTION 7.
AUTHORIZING JOINT COMMITTEES TO INSPECT AND REPORT
UPON AFFAIRS OF TERRITORIAL OFFICES AND TERRITORIAL
INSTITUTIONS. C. S. to A. H. S. for H. J. R. No. 4; Approved February 22, 1905.
Be it resolved by the Council of the 36th Legislative Assembly of
the Territory of New Mexico, the House of Representatives concurring herein:
That the president of the council shall appoint three committees of the council and the speaker of the house of representatives, shall in a like manner, appoint three committees of the house; the numbers as to membership of said committees to be designated by the president of the council and the speaker of the house of representatives respectively, to act as joint committees for the purpose of inquiring into and inspecting and reporting to the governor of the territory, at the most convenient time during this session, the condition, management, prosperity and needs of the various territorial institutions,
That the chairman of the finance committee of the council and the chairman of the finance committee of the house of representatives are hereby designated as an auditing committee to examine and audit the expense accounts of said committees and all accounts for printing and contingent expenses of said legislative council and house of representatives, and shall certify to the correctness of same, setting forth the amounts due to the territorial auditor, who shall upon presentation of same draw his warrants for such amounts so set forth upon the territorial treasurer, who shall pay same out of any funds in the territorial treasury.