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for carrying into effect and as supplemental to the provisions of subdivision II of Section 10 of this Act.
Section 14. Every act done or omitted to be done in violation of the provisions of this Act is declared to be unlawful. Every officer, person, firm, corporation or association of persons who does or omits to do any act so declared to be unlawful shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof, shall be punished under the provisions of the penal code provided in cases of misdemeanor.
The penalties provided in this Act shall be cumulative and in addition to all rights of action which may be provided for the recovery of money used or appropriated by said officers without authority of law.
Section 15. All acts and parts of acts in conflict with the provisions of this Act are hereby repealed.
LAWS OF ARIZONA
Section 16. The monies herein appropriated, and provided to be
paid in to said 25% apportionment account except as provided in Section
11 of this Act, shall be paid out in payment of the costs of construc-
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Honorable Geo. W. P. Hunt,
Governor of Arizona,
March 20, 1923.
State House, Phoenix, Arizona.
This is to advise you that on this 20th day of March, 1923, at 11:50 o'clock A. M., I received from your office Senate Bill No. 156, with notations as follows:
Page 2, in the title, line 8, the words "and declaring an emergency" were crossed out with lead pencil.
Page 13, short page, contains part of Section 8; all of Section 9, and three lines of Section 10, numbered 13 with lead pencil.
Page 14, in margin opposite line 1, "cross in circle" with lead pencil. Line 1, the letter "a in parenthesis" with ink. Sub-division II, Paragraph (a) in line 2, the words "one-half mill" enclosed in parenthesis, with lead pencil; line 3, same subdivision and paragraph, the words "one-half mill" enclosed in parenthesis, with lead pencil; also opposite sub-division II, in margin "cross in circle" with pencil.
Page 14-a, in line 1, the words "seating capacity operating over each and every" were crossed out with ink. Paragraph (b), in line 2 of said paragraph the words "two mill tax" were enclosed in parenthesis, with lead pencil; the same paragraph in line 3 and 4, the words "a tax of two mills" were enclosed in parenthesis, with
pencil; paragraph (c), in line 1 of said paragraph the words "one-half mill" were enclosed in parenthesis in pencil; same paragraph (c), in line 4, the words "over improved or portions of improved," were enclosed in parenthesis, with lead pencil.
Page 15. Opposite subdivision III, in margin, "cross in circle" with lead pencil. Under subdivision III, paragraph (a), in line 1 of said paragraph the words "in addition to the taxes now provided by law" were crossed out with ink; same subdivision and paragraph in line 11, the word and figure "(3) cents" were enclosed in parenthesis, with lead pencil.
Page 16, in line 21, after the word sold the word "used" was inserted in ink.
Page 17. Paragraph (d) enclosed in parenthesis with lead pencil. Paragraph (f) in line 5 of said paragraph, the word "motor" was inserted on typewriter, after the word other and before the word propelled.
Page 19. Opposite Section 12, line 1, in margin, "cross in circle" with pencil. Section 12 in line 3, the words "said appropriation of $1,550,000.00" were under-lined with pencil.
Page 20. Opposite first paragraph on page "cross in circle" in margin, with pencil. In line 28, second paragraph on page, the word "mill" was inserted on typewriter, after the word onehalf and before the word tax.
Page 22. All of Section 17 was crossed out with ink, see notation by Secretary of the Senate. Pages Nos. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 14-A, 15, 17, 18, were numbered with lead pencil.
I am calling this to your attention because
this is the first bill that has come to this office with such corrections. I presume, however, that the reason for this was because the bill in all probability was not engrossed.
I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of the notations on Senate Bill No. 156, when received in this office.
Mr. L. S. Williams,
Secretary of the Senate,
State House, Phoenix, Arizona.
Attached hereto please find copy of letter to the Governor, dated March 20, 1923, relative to Senate Bill No. 156, and would ask if this is the form in which the bill was delivered to the Governor.
If your records show otherwise, kindly ad
Very truly yours,
(Signed) JAMES H. KERBY,
Secretary of State.