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SEC. 1. There shall be a Bureau, known as the "Bureau of Immigration," which shall have supervision and control of all matters connected with Immigration. The head of this Bureau shall be styled the "Superintendent of Immigration." He shall be appointed by the Governor, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate. He shall hold his office for four years, and (until otherwise fixed by law) shall receive an annual compensation of two thousand dollars. He shall have such further powers and duties connected with immigration, as may be given by law.
SEC. 2. The Legislature shall have power to appropriate part of the ordinary revenue of the State, for the purpose of promoting and protecting Immigration. Such appropriation shall be devoted to defraying the expenses of this Bureau, to the support of agencies in foreign seaports, or seaports of the United States, and to the payment, in part, or in toto, of the passage of immigrants from Europe to this State, and their transportation within this State.
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