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Committees, Standing continued:
Legislative Apportionment:

Members of. Page 19.

Reports by. Page 54.
Live Stock:

Bills introduced by. Page 341.
Members of. Page 46.

Reports by. Pages 148, 182, 183, 189, 190, 263, 274, 344.
Manufactures and Industrial Pursuits :

Members of. Page 24.

Reports by. Pages 315, 398, 572.
Military Affairs :

Members of. Page 46.

Reports by. Pages 206, 316, 595.
Mines and Mining:

Bills introduced by. Pages 238, 288, 341.
Members of. Page 46.

Reports by. Pages 237, 241, 287.
Oil and Gas :

Bills introduced by. Page 149.
Members of. Page 46.

Reports by. l'ages 149, 568.
Penal Institutions :

Bills introduced by. Pages 308, 480.
Members of.

l'age 24.
Reports by. Pages 353, 452, 453, 468.
Printing :

Members of. l'age 24.

Reports by. I'ages 84, 316, 423.
Public Buildings :

Members of. Page 24.
Railroads :

Members of. Page 46.
Reports by. Pages 120, 140, 165, 194, 225, 241, 344, 378, 421, 423,

532, 560, 594,
Roads and Bridges :

Members of. Page 24.
Reports by. Pages: 99, 100, 161, 189, 252, 263, 287, 302, 316, 344, 378,

485, 532.
State Affairs :

Bills introduced by Pages 167, 396.
Member's of. Page 46.
Reports by. Pages 109, 160, 161, 183, 226, 270, 286, 331, 397, 465,

509, 518, 572, 598.
Telegraphs and Telephones :

Members of. Page 46.
Temperance and Hygiene :

Bills introduced by. Pages 50, 113, 166, 192, 423.
Members of. Page 46.
Reports by. l'ages 72 97, 128, 153, 285, 286, 305, 343, 344, 423, 532,

539, 540, 594.
Ways and Means:
Bills introduced by. Pages 143, 219, 283, 308, 377, 403, 404, 412, 435,

459, 473, 491, 539, 593.
Members of. Page 21.
Reports by. Pages 73, 109, 110, 148, 153, 226, 236, 237, 287, 288, 315,

379, 402, 435, 453, 454, 465, 485, 597, 598.
Committee of the Whole.
Chairmen of, and reports by-
Senator Avery. Page 504.

Brady. Pages 172, 258, 298. .
Brewster. Page 450.
Brown. Page 407.
Cambern. Pages 291, 334, 433, 527.
Carey. Page 214.
Chapman. Pages 117, 122, 289, 339, 523.
Cooke. Pages 348, 573.
Ganse. Pages 152, 155, 472.
Glenn. Pages 184, 374, 451.
Hamilton. Pages 86, 90.
Huffman.

Page 97.
Leidy. Page 192.
Lower. Pages 245, 580.
Milligan. Page 139.
Milton. Page 102.
Myers. Page 352.
Potter. Pages 196, 399.
Price. Pages 239, 430.
Robertson. Pages 375, 490.
Stavely. Page 307.
Stewart. Pages 74, 78, 268.

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Communications from State Officers.

· Secretary of state, authenticated membership of the Senate. Page 1.
Secretary of state, contest papers of W. W. Caldwell, contestor, v8. William

Moore, contestee, and James F. Getty, contestor, v8. T. A. Milton,

contestee. Page 5.
Superintendent of public instruction, response to request for information con-

cerning operation of Barnes high school law. Page 146.
Auditor of state, pertaining to condition of state finances. Page 155.

Secretary of state, concerning condition of state heating plant. Page 209.
Conference Reports.
Senators on committee, bills in conference, and reports--
Senators Lower and Bender. S.B. 118. Page 332

Glenn and Quincy. H.B. 337. Page 407.
Huffman and Brewster. H.B. 79. Page 420.
Fagerberg and Leidy. H.B. 751. Page 430.
Stannard and Avery. S.B. 210. Page 436.
Camber'n and Price. S.B. 549. Page 437.
Glenn and Milligan. S.B. 134.

Page 486.
Price and Quincy. S.B. 549.

Page 495.
Stannard and Avery. S.B. 210. Page 508.
Quincy and Stavely. S.B. 163.

S.B. 163. Page 549.
Stavely and Quincy. S.B. 428. Page 551.
Stavely and Price. S.B. 63. Page 564.
Brewster and Stavely. H.B. 725. Page 571.
Glenn and Brady. S.B. 6. Page 574.
Brady and Avery. H.B. 747. Page 578.
Potter and Price. S.B. 421.

S.B. 421. Page 608.
Milligan and Reed. S.B. 650. Page 624.
Potter and Price. S.B. 421. Page 626.
Stewart and Brewster. S.B. 667. Page 628.
Stewart and Brewster. S.B. 667. Page 630.
Stewart and Brewster. H.B. 1002. Page 635.
Huffman and Brown. S.B. 659. Page 641.
Stewart and Brewster. H.B. 1002. Page 642.

Stewart and Brewster. S.B. 667. Page 643.
Coal Lands, Penitentiary.

S.B. 655. Page 412.
Coal Lands and Coal Rights.
S.B. 662.

Page 491.
Concordia Normal School.

Appropriation for. S.B. 343. Page 153.
Congressional Apportionment.

S.B. 571. Page 282.
Constitutional Amendments.

Captions for. S.B. 268. Page 105.
Conveyances from Livery Stables.

Penalty for abuse. S.B. 225. Page 87.
Convict Labor.
To probibit, and providing employment. S.B. 136.

S.B. 136. Page 50.
Cooke, A. S., Senator, Thirty-third District.
Bills introduced by-

No. 161, Relating to the erection of soldiers' monuments. Page 59.

186, Consolidating boards of regents of state institutions. Page 69.
194, Amending 1872 laws concerning county fairs. Page 75.
207, Concerning furnishing cars to shippers, amending 1907 law.

Page 79.

259, Regulating the speed and operation of automobiles. Page 99.
Committee assignments-

Charitable Institutions. Page 24.
Congressional and Judicial Apportionment. Page 24.
Corporations. Page 24.

Education Page 111.
Corporations.

For abstract, loan and real estate business. S.B. 195. Page 75.
Capitalization fees. S.B. 498. Page 240.
Liabilities in case of personal injuries. S.B. 172.

Page 66.
Private domestic, to conduct insurance business. S.B. 533. Page 265.
Private, amending 1907 law. S.B. 192. Page 75.
Private, defining purposes. S.B. 153. Page 58.
Protection, care and control of delinquents, dependents and defectives.
604. Page 294.

8.B.
Amending general law. S.B. 459. Page 218.
Costs of Certain Suits in Wyandotte County, Validating.

S.B. 610. Page 294.

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Costs, in Poverty Affidavit Cases.

S. B. 365. Page 166.
County Assessor, Office of, Abolished.

S.B. 171. Page 66.
County Attorneys.

Compensation of. S.B. 561. Page 281.

Fees of. S.B. 525. Page 259.
County Buildings, Erection of.

S.B. 450. Page 211.
County Clerk.

Duties of. S.B. 7; page 15. S.B. 535; page 271.
Salary and clerk hire. S.B. 325. Page 142.
To be county assessor.

S.B. 171. Page 66.
County Commissioners.

Compensation of. S.B. 424. Page 193.
To employ assistant county attorney. S.B. 89. Page 42.
Minutes shall state what. S.B. 422. Page 193.

Powers relating to county fairs. S.B. 557. Page 281.
County Counsellor.

In counties over 75,000. S.B. 302. Page 124.
County Court.

Organization, powers and duties. S.B. 101. Page 47.

Defining jurisdiction, powers, etc. S.B. 336. Page 143.
County Depositories.

S.B. 256. Page 99.

Amending 1907 law. S.B. 451. Page 211.
County Funds.

Regulating deposits of. S.B. 152. Page 58.
County Officers.

Fees and salaries. S.B. 144. Page 51.
Fees, salaries and clerk bire. S.B. 355. Page 158.

Neglect of duty. S.B. 423. Page 263.
County Superintendent of Public Instruction.

Annual conference of. S.B. 527. Page 259.
Duties of. S.B. 514. Page 247.
Reports of. S.B. 119. Page 49.
Nonpartisan election. S.B. 111. Page 48.

Salary. S.B. 607. Page 294.
County Surveyor.

Wyandotte county. S.B. 293. Page 124.
County Treasurer, Duties of.

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Courthouses.
County commissioners to draw salary for supervising construction. S.B. 465.

Page 365.
Special tax to build in counties over 10,000. S.B. 518. Page 247.
Courts.

District and common pleas, counties over 100,000. S.B. 345. Page 157.
Juvenile. S.B. 13. Page 16.

Juvenile, amending 1907 law. S.B. 180. Page 69.
Courts of Record.

Juries in. S.B. 17. Page 16.
Court Stenographers, Fees of.

S.B. 102; page 48. S.B. 156; page 59.
Crows, Bounty for Destruction.

Sub. S.B. 648;

Dairy Commissioner.

Amending 1907 law. S.B. 283. Page 119.
Powers and duties, with appropriation. S.B. 648; page 341.

page 423.
Dangerous. Insane.

To erect hospital at Penitentiary. S.B. 529. Page 260.
Deceased Persons, Estates of.

S.B. 656. Page 427.
Dee, Quitclaim.

Governor to execute for certain tracts. S.B. 460. Page 218.

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Dentistry.

To regulate practice of. S.B. 406. Page 187.
Denton, John T., Senator, Twenty-sixth District.
Bills introduced by—

No. 149, Concerning assessment in counties under 30,000.- Page 51.

634, Concerning maintenance of high schools. Page 296.
Committee assignments-

Federal Relations, chairman. Page 46.
Congressional and Judicial Apportionment. Page 24.
Enrolled Bills. Page 46.
Fees, Salaries, and Mileage. Page 46.
Live Stock Page 46.
Oil and Gas.

Page 46.
District Court.

Fixing terms in twelfth district. S.B. 232. Page 87.

In counties over 100,000. S.B. 300. Page 124.
Divorces, Causes for Action.

S.B. 204. Page 79.
Dogs, Tax to Pay Damage.

S.B. 44. Page 21.
Domestic Animals, Protection of.

S.B. 512. Page 247.
Drainage.

Amending 1907 law. S.B. 150. Page 51.
Commissioners to incorporate districts. S.B. 539. Page 271.
Districts, organization of. S.B. 494; page 239. S.B. 632; page 296. S.B. 370.;
page 166.

S.B. 481; page 220. S.B. 664; page 506.
Districts, appropriation for. S.B. 633. Page 296.
Drainage and Sewers.

In cities of second and third class. S.B. 509. Page 247.
Drinking on Passenger Trains Prohibited.

S.B. 245. Page 93.
Dynamite and other Detonating Explosives, Prohibiting Use of.

S.B. 647. Page 341.
East Ruby Avenue, Argentine.

Enabling act. S.B. 415. Page 193.
Educational and Industrial Institute, Topeka.

Appropriation. S.B. 653. Page 403.
Educational Commission.

To investigate state publication of textbooks. S.B. 98. Page 47.

Providing for an appropriation. S.B. 120. Page 49.
Election of United States Senator.
Memorializing Congress to propose amendment to constitution. H.C.R. 7;

page 137. S.J.R. 4; page 269. .
Of a senator for term commencing March 4, 1909–

Providing for the joint session. S.C.R. 14. Page 112.
Nominations, ballot and other proceedings in Senate. Pages 117, 118.
Proceedings of the joint session, Representative Hall. Pages 134, 135,

136, 137.
Electors, Presidential.

Fixing per diem and mileage. S.B. 461. Page 219.

Appropriation for. S.B. 64. Page 23.
Electrical Lines and Apparatus.

S.B. 619. Page 295.
Elections.

To prevent corruption, etc. S.B. 174; page 68. S.B. 298; page 124.
Primary, in certain cities. S.B. 419. Page 193.

Primary, amending 1908 law. S.B. 4. Page 15.
Emblems of Fraternal Orders.

To protect. S.B. 229. Page 87.
Employees in Coal Mines.

Providing for safety of, and prohibiting use of dynamite. S.B. 467. Page 219.
Employees of the Senate.

Number of. S.B. 621. Page 295.
Additional compensation for certain employees named tberein. Pages 566,

567, 631, 642, 643, 644.
Complete roster, with home addresses. Pages vii, viii.
Committee on, members, with powers and duties. Page 4.

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Employees of the Senate continued:
Employees-
Appointed by the president. S.R. 6.

Page 4.
Appointed under S.R. 12, color sergeant. Page 17.
Appointed by chairmen of committees. Pages 45, 53, 54, 66, 67.
Appointed by the minority. Page 19.
Elected by the Senate. Pages 2, 3, 76, 497.
Elected by the Senate on recommendation of the Committee on Em-

ployees. Pages 18, 19, 67, 101, 178.
Resignations. Pages 66, 384, 454, 497.
Resolutions concerning employees
No. 5, Creating permanent committee on. Page 4.

6. Authorizing the president to name personal staff. Page 4.
10. Authorizing chairmen of committees to appoint one clerk. Page 5.
12, Creating the office of color sergeant. Page 17.
17, Requesting committee to make certain discharges. Page 74.
24, Fixing hours of service. Pages 112, 133.
32, Forbidding Senate stenographers to work for members of the

House. Page 276.
:37. Concerning resignation of G. A. Swallow. Page 514.
39, Terminating services of certain employees. Page 552.
41, Terminating services of certain other employees. Page 621.

42, Relating to per diem of certain employees. Page 649.
Entomological Commission.

Appropriation. S.B. 141. Page 51.
Errata.

See page 663.
Escape Shafts in Coal Mines.

S.B. 334. Page 147.
Expectoration.
To prohibit in public places, etc. S.B. 275.

Page 113.
Examination Questions.

To prohibit fraudulent distributions. S.B. 545. Page 272.
Execution.

Stay of, criminal cases. S.B. 579. Page 283.
Explanation of Votes.

By Senator Glenn. H.B. 196. Page 442.
By Senator Price. S.B. 98. Page 360.
By Senator Quincy. S.B. 549. Page 497.

By Senator Robertson. H.B. 196; page 442. S.B. 549; page 497.
Express Companies.

Excise tax. S.B. 520. Page 259.
Factory Inspector, Deputies and Assistants.

S.B. 349. Page 157.
Fagerberg, Oscar, Senator, Eighteenth District.
Bills introduced by-
No. 132, Control of public utilities in cities of third class, population
over 1000.

Page 50.
133, Prescribing certain qualifications for probate judges. Page 50.
202, Providing for land registration. Page 79.
227, Regulating the practice of farriering and horseshoeing. Page 87.
234. Regulating purposes for which private corporations may or-

ganize. Page 92.
252, Limiting the rate of taxation in townships. Page 98.
253, Preventing double taxation. Page 99.
516, Appropriation for Orphans' Home at Cleburne. Page 247.
517, Defining peddlers and requiring license. Page 247.
583, Providing for classification and maintenance of roads.

Page 283.
617, Relating to personal estate

to personal estate of persons of unsound mind.

Page 295.
Committee assignments

Roads and Bridges, chairman. Page 24.
Assessment and Taxation. Page 46.
Agriculture. Page 24.
Enrolled Bills. Page 46.

Live Stock. Page 46.
Farmers' Institutes.

S.B. 384. Page 182.
Farm Names.

To register. S.B. 138. . Page 199.
Farrelly, Hugh P.

Nominated for United States senator. Page 117.
Ballot for United States senator in Senate. Page 118.
Vote in joint session. Pages 136 and 137.

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