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No. 11. An act providing for the improvement of country roads in the state of Kansas..... .By Senator Hodges.
No. 12. An act relating to fire insurance companies, prohibiting agreements and combinations to establish uniformity of rates, and providing penalties for violation thereof. .By Senator Hodges.
No. 13. An act providing for a juvenile court. . By Senator Hodges. No. 14. An act concerning railroads, amending and repealing certain sections .By Senator Hodges. No. 15. An act providing for depositories in cities of the second class. By Senator Hodges.
Sub. 15. An act providing for depositories in which shall be kept the funds of cities of the second and third classes, and also the school funds of the public schools in such cities.
By Committee on Cities of the Second and Third Class.
No. 16. An act relating to the conveyance of real estate.
No. 17. An act providing that in all cases in courts of record threefourths of a jury may render a verdict, and repeal all acts or parts of acts in conflict herewith. .By Senator Hodges.
By Senator Hodges.
No. 18. An act providing for the consideration, comparatively, of negligence and contributory negligence in damage cases, and repealing all acts or parts of acts in conflict herewith .By Senator Hodges.
No. 19. An act providing for the filing in probate court by claimant against estate of security for costs by bond, cash deposit, or in lieu thereof of affidavit, and providing for punishment for making false affidavit. .By Senator Hodges. Sub. 19. An act concerning filing of claims against estates in the probate court, and providing for security for costs in certain cases.
By Committee on Judiciary.
No. 20. An act providing for certain procedure in civil cases, where witness refuses or fails, through fault of adverse party, to give depositions as provided by law. .By Senator Hodges. No. 21. An act to provide for evidence of the existence of public highways in counties where the road records have been lost or destroyed. By Senator Robertson.
HISTORY OF SENATE BILLS-CONTINUED.
Sub. 21. An act declaring what shall be evidence in cases where the original records of roads and highways are destroyed.
By Committee on Judiciary.
No. 22. An act to establish a legislative department of the state library, and to provide for the drafting of bills for the members of the Legislature, and for the gathering and imparting of information relating to legislation in this and other states; to create the office of legislative reference librarian, and to provide for the appointment of a secretary and necessary clerical force, and making appropriations for the purposes of this act. .By Senator Stannard.
No. 23. An act providing a remedy for holders of tax deeds and their grantees by suit to quiet title, and providing for the recovery of liens against the real estate described in such deeds by the plaintiffs in such actions. .By Senator Glenn.
No. 24. An act relating to taxation, providing for the compromise and assignment of tax-sale certificates upon lands bid in by any county in this state, for the foreclosure of tax-sale certificates by the holders thereof, and repealing paragraphs 7672 and 7673 of the General Statutes of 1901 By Senator Glenn.
No. 25. An act relating to school lands, providing for the issuance of
By Senator Carey.
No. 28. An act allowing school districts to issue_bonds to pay outstanding warrants. ..By Senator Carey.
No. 29. An act to limit the issuance of stocks, bonds and other forms
No. 30. An act providing for a conference of judges.
By Senator Hamilton.
No. 32. An act to establish the public-service commission and prescribing its powers and duties .By Senator Hamilton.
No. 33. An act requiring all railway corporations or receivers or lessees
No. 34. An act relating to banks and banking.
By Senator Anderson.
No. 35. An act to amend section 1 of chapter 380 of the Session Laws
By Senator Chapman.
No. 36. An act regulating the rate of interest upon money, prohibiting usury, and providing penalties therefor, and repealing sections 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 of chapter 164 of Session Laws of 1889 ....By Senator Myers.
No. 37. An act providing for a chief clerk to the State Board of Health, and fixing the salary therefor .By Senator Milligan.
No. 38. An act making appropriations to the State Agricultural Col-
No. 39. An act making appropriations to the Kansas State Agricultural College for the erection and equipment of certain buildings, equipment for certain purposes, purchase of land and athletic field, construction of cement walks, experiment station, farmers' and state institutes, and current expenses for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1910, and June 30, 1911.
.By Senator Hostrup.
HISTORY OF SENATE BILLS CONTINUED.
Sub. 39. An act making appropriations to the Kansas State Agricultural College, erection of buildings, equipment, purchase of land, farmers' institutes, etc. .By Committee on Ways and Means.
No. 40. An act making appropriations for the Fort Hays Branch Ex-
Sub. 40. An act making appropriation for the Fort Hays Branch Experiment Station of the State Agricultural School.
By Committee on Ways and Means.
No. 41. An act requiring the justices of the supreme court of Kansas to examine the record in causes before them on appeal or error, and prohibiting the justices of the supreme court from requiring an abstract of the record to be furnished, and repealing section 3 of chapter 278 of the Session Laws of Kansas of 1901 .By Senator Hunter.
No. 42. An act to amend section 3 of chapter 471 of the Session Laws of 1905 By Senator Overfield.
No. 43. An act authorizing the secretary of the Historical Society to compile and publish governor's messages and state papers, and providing for the distribution and sale of same. By Senator Travis.
No. 44. An act to provide for a tax upon dogs, and to create a fund for the payment of certain damages for sheep killed or wounded_by_them in certain cases.... ..By Senator Bender.
No. 45. An act to amend paragraph 1317, General Statutes of 1889, en-
By Senator Bender.
No. 46. An act relating to roads and highways, and repealing chapter 289 of Session Laws of 1907. .By Senator Anderson.
No. 47. An act to change the names of Carrie Eleanor Smead and
No. 48. An act authorizing any city of the third class to issue bonds to fund its existing floating indebtedness... .By Senator Stavely.
No. 49. An act amending section 4398 of the General Statutes of 1901, and repealing section 4398... .By Senator Stavely. No. 50. An act to amend section 174 of chapter 25, General Statutes of 1868, etc. .By Senator Robertson.
No. 51. An act to regulate the employment of legislative lobby counsel
By Senator Avery.
No. 52. An act relating to cities of the second class, and repealing chapter 123 of the Laws of Kansas of 1907 and all other acts and parts of acts inconsistent and in conflict with this act, in so far as the same relate to cities of the second class which adopt the provisions of this act hereinafter provided. . By Senator Brady.
No. 53. An act relating to negotiable instruments, amending section 62 of chapter 310 of the Session Laws of 1905, and repealing said original section. By Senator Cambern.
No. 54. An act in relation to the release of record of oil, gas and other mineral leases, providing civil remedies in connection therewith, and repealing chapter 314 of the Session Laws of 1905..By Senator Cambern.
No. 55. An act amending section 8 of chapter 37 of the Session Laws of 1872, said chapter being an act entitled "An act for the encouragement of agriculture," and repealing said section 8...By Senator Travis.
No. 56. An act providing punishment for abandonment of husband, wife, or children .By Senator Travis.
No. 57. An act making an appropriation to reimburse Baxter D. McClain and Walter P. Hull for moneys advanced and paid out for ambulance hire, medical services and hospital fees for Rollin Waite, a private of company M, First regiment, Kansas National Guard, on account of illness incurred and suffered while performing military duty and acting under orders of his superior officers .By Senator Travis.