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Neosho, and the city of Parsons, in the county of Labette, shall constitute the twenty-fifth representative district.

26. The townships of Montana, Canada, Howard, Elm Grove, Mount Pleasant, Fairview, Hackberry, Richland, Oswego, and the cities of Oswego and Chetopa, in the county of Labette, shall constitute the twenty-sixth representative district.

27. The townships of Sycamore, West Cherry, Cherry, Drum Creek, Liberty, Cherokee, and Parker, and the cities of Cherryvale and Coffeyville, of the county of Montgomery, shall constitute the twenty-ninth representative district.

28. The townships of Louisburg, Rutland, Independence, Caney and Fawn Creek, and the cities of Independence and Caney, of the county of Montgomery, shall constitute the thirtieth representative district.

29. The county of Neosho shall constitute the twenty-ninth representative district.

30. The county of Wilson shall constitute the thirtieth representative district.

31. The county of Woodson shall constitute the thirty-first representative district.

32. The county of Coffey shall constitute the thirty-second representative district. 33.

The county of Osage shall constitute the thirty-third representative district. 34. The townships of Rossville, Silver Lake, Menoken, Soldier, and the first ward of the city of Topeka, as now constituted, all in the county of Shawnee, shall constitute the thirty-fourth representative district.

35. The second, third and fourth wards of the city of Topeka, as now constituted, in Shawnee county, shall constitute the thirty-fifth representative district.

36. The townships of Tecumseh, Monmouth, Williamsport, Auburn, Dover, Mission and Topeka, and the fifth and sixth wards of the city of Topeka, as now constituted, in the county of Shawnee, shall constitute the thirty-sixth representative district.

37. The county of Jackson shall constitute the thirty-seventh representative district.

38. The county of Brown shall constitute the thirty-eighth representative district.

39. The county of Nemaha shall constitute the thirty-ninth representative district.

40. The townships of Blue Rapids City, Blue Rapids, Clear Fork, Cleveland, Vermillion, Noble, Rock, Murray, Guittard, Richland, and St. Bridget, in the county of Marshall, shall constitute the fortieth district.

41. The townships of Herkimer, Oketo, Balderson, Logan, Marysville, Franklin, Walnut, Elm Creek, Center, Wells, Waterville, Cottage Hill, and the city of Marysville, in the county of Marshall, shall constitute the forty-first representative district.

42. The county of Pottawatomie shall constitute the forty-second representative district.

43. The county of Riley shall constitute the forty-third representative district. 44. The county of Geary shall constitute the forty-fourth representative district.

45. The county of Wabaunsee shall constitute the forty-fifth representative district.

46. The townships of Agnes City, Americus, Center, Fremont, Pike, all of Emporia township lying west of a north-and-south line extending from its porthern boundary to its southern boundary and passing through the center of Commercial street of the city of Emporia, and the first and third wards of the city of Emporia, in the county of Lyon, shall constitute the forty-sixth representative district.

47. The townships of Elmendaro, Ivy, Jackson, Waterloo, Reading, all of Emporia township lying east of a north-and-south line extending from its northern boundary to its southern boundary and passing through the center of Commercial street of the city of Emporia, and the second and fourth wards of the city of Emporia, in the county of Lyon, shall constitute the forty-seventh representative district.

48. The county of Greenwood shall constitute the forty-eighth representative district.

49. The county of Elk shall constitute the forty-ninth representative district.

50. The county of Chautauqua shall constitute the fiftieth representative district.

51. The townships of Beaver, Pleasant Valley, Liberty, Dexter, Cedar, Grant, Spring Creek, Silver Dale, Cresswell, Bolton, and the city of Arkansas City, in the county of Cowley, shall constitute the fifty-first representative district.

52. The townships of Maple, Rock, Richland, Omnia, Harvey, Windsor, Otter, Silver Creek, Sheridan, Tisdale, Walnut, Vernon, Ninnescah, Fairview, and the city of Winfield, in the county of Cowley, shall constitute the fifty-second representative district.

53. The county of Butler shall constitute the fifty-third representative district.

That paragraph 17 of section 1 of the committee amendment be amended so as to read: “17. The township of Iola, including lola city, the west precinct of Elm township, including Gas City and Salem township, in the county of Allen, shall constitute the seventeenth representative district."

That paragraph 18 of section 1 of the committee amendment be amended so as to read: “18. The townships of Geneva, Carlyle, Deer Creek, Osage, Marmaton, the east precinct of Elm township, including the city of La Harpe, the townships of Elsmore, Cottage Grove, Logan

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and Humboldt, including Humboldt city, in the county of Allen, shall constitute the eighteenth representative district.'

That paragraph 19 of section 1 of the committee amendment be amended so as to read: “19. The county of Bourbon shall constitute the nineteenth representative district."

That paragraph 66 of section 1 be amended by striking out the words “the east precinct of” after the word “and," and the word “township" after the word “Gypsum.

That the comma after the word “Garden," in paragraph 68, be stricken out.

That the word “and” be inserted after the word “Viola” in paragraph 68.

That the words "and the west precinct of Gypsum township,” in paragraph 68, be stricken out, and the word "in" be inserted before the word "Sedgwick."

And that the bill be reported for passage as amended, subject to amendment and debate as to Shawnee county only.

That Senate bill No. 135, An act to amend sections 3, 7, 8, 11 and 14 of chapter 266 of the Session Laws of 1907, entitled "An act to prevent the manufacture, sale or transportation of adulterated or misbranded or poisonous or deleterious foods; drugs, medicines and liquors, and to regulate traffic therein, and providing for the appointment of inspectors for carrying out its provisions, and to provide penalties for violation thereof, and to repeal all acts or parts of acts in conflict herewith," and repealing original sections 3, 7, 8, 11 and 14 of chapter 266 of the Session Laws of 1907, be amended as follows:

That the words "not in conflict with the laws of this state" be inserted in line 11 of section 1 after the word "regulations."

That the words "which shall be published in official state paper” be inserted after the word "act” in line 12 of section 1.

That section 4 be amended so as to read as follows:

SEC. 4. That section 11 of chapter 266 of the Session Laws of 1907 be amended so as to read as follows: "Sec. 11. The State Board of Health shall appoint four food inspectors and two drug inspectors, who shall serve during the pleasure of the board, and shall each receive a salary of not more than $100 per month for the first year of service, $110 per month for the second year of service, and $125 per month thereafter. The secretary of the State Board of Health shall appoint (upon recommendation of the State Board of Health) an assistant chief food and drug inspector, who shall receive a salary of $150 per month and who shall serve during the pleasure of the chief food and drug inspector. They shall be allowed the actual necessary expenses incurred in the performance of their duties, which shall be such as are prescribed by the rules of the State Board of Health and hereinbefore provided. The appointment of inspectors herein provided shall be based upon a competitive examination of applicants for the position of inspector, which examination shall be conducted by the chief food and drug inspector and the food and drug analysts of the State Board of Health, The secretary of the state board, as executive officer of the board, shall direct the actions of the food and drug inspectors, as such, and, by reason of this office, shall be chief food and drug inspector; he shall receive a salary of $2500 per annum, and such actual and necessary expenses as are incurred in the performance of his duties as secretary of the State Board of Health and chief food and drug inspector." And that the bill be reported for passage as amended.

CLAD HAMILTON, Chairman.

Senator Hamilton moved that the report of the committee of the whole be adopted, which motion prevailed.

MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE.

MR. PRESIDENT: I am directed by the House to inform the Senate that
the House has adopted House concurrent resolution No. 13, To provide
for a committee of the House and Senate to confer with like committees
of certain other states with reference to obtaining just and equitable
demurrage laws.
The same is transmitted herewith.

C. H. BRILHART,
Assistant Chief Clerk.

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Senator Brady asked unanimous consent that the rules be suspended, an emergency declared, and House concurrent resolution No. 4 be considered at this time, which motion prevailed.

Senator Brady moved the adoption of the report of the committee on House concurrent resolution No. 4, which motion prevailed.

Senator Porter moved that the Senate do now adjourn, which motion prevailed.

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NINTH DAY.

MORNING SESSION.

SENATE CHAMBER, TOPEKA, KAN.,

January 22, 1909–10 o'clock A. M. The Senate met pursuant to adjournment, the president in the chair.

The roll was called.
Absent: Senator Lower.
Absent by leave: Senator Leidy.
Invocation by the chaplain.

PRESENTATION OF PETITIONS.

The following petitions were introduced, read, and referred to the Committee on Roads and Bridges:

By Senator Avery: Senate petition No. 6, Praying for the passage of Senate bill No. 208, concerning the removal of obstructions to waterways. Signed by G. I. Bodine and seventyeight others, residents of Dickinson county.

By Senator Avery: Senate petition No. 7, Praying for passage of Senate bill No. 150, concerning drainage. Signed by H. W. Schaake and fifty-four others, residents of Dickinson county.

INTRODUCTION OF BILLS. The following bills were introduced and read the first time:

By Senator Glenn: Senate bill No. 233, An act to establish a state forestry commission, a state forester, prescribing the duties thereof; to encourage the planting and growing of forest trees in the state of Kansas, making an appropriation therefor, and to repeal certain acts and parts of acts in conflict herewith.

By Senator Fagerberg: Senate bill No. 234, An act to amend section 5, article 2, chapter 23, General Statutes of Kansas, 1901, the same being an act entitled "An act concerning private corporations."

By Senator Robertson (by request): Senate bill No. 235, An act to amend paragraph 5763, General Statutes of Kansas, 1901, the same being section 325 of chapter 82 of General Statutes of Kansas, 1868, entitled "An act to establish a code of criminal procedure."

By Senator Stewart: Senate bill No. 236, An act to amend section 34 of article 2 of chapter 68 of the General Statutes of 1901, the same being section 4249 of said statutes, and repealing original section 34.

Also, Senate bill No. 237, An act to amend section 4229 of the General Statutes of 1901 of the state of Kansas, and requiring the clerk of the district court to enter a settlement of judgment on mortgages in the office of the register of deeds.

By Senator Quincy (by request): Senate bill No. 238, An act amending section 4009 of the General Statutes of 1901, and repealing said original section, an act in regard to marriage license.

By Senator Huffman: Senate bill No. 239, An act creating a state mining board, and to regulate the employment and qualifications of mine managers, superintendents, pit bosses, hoisting engineers, fire bosses, mine inspector and his deputies, making an appropriation for carrying out the provisions of this act, and providing penalties for the violation thereof.

Also, Senate bill No. 240, An act relating to liability of employers in mining industries in certain cases.

By Senator Potter: Senate bill No. 241, An act creating the office of state veterinarian, and designating who shall be the state veterinarian.

By Senator Myers: Senate bill No. 242, An act to repeal chapter 210 of the Session Laws of 1907, entitled "An act to provide for the payment of an under-sheriff in counties having more than 18,000 population and less than 25,000 population.

By Senator Carey: Senate bill No. 243, An act concerning high schools.

By Senator Stannard : Senate bill No. 244, An act to establish maximum rates for the transportation of illuminating oil, gasoline, fuel oil and crude petroleum, to forbid rebates, and to provide penalties for the violation of the provisions of this act, and repealing chapter 353 of the Session Laws of 1905 and all acts or parts of acts in conflict herewith.

By Senator Milligan: Senate bill No. 245, An act to prevent drinking of intoxicating liquors on passenger-trains in this state, to authorize conductors to make arrests therefor, and to provide penalties for the violation of this act.

By Senator Avery: Senate bill No. 246, An act to establish a state fair in the state of Kansas, and to provide for the management and the maintenance thereof, and making appropriations therefor.

Also, Senate bill No. 247, An act providing for a registration fee on mortgages of real property and for their exemption from taxation after being recorded, regulating the effect of non-payment of registration fees, and prohibiting the enforcement of mortgages upon which registration fees have not been paid as herein provided, and repealing all acts and parts of acts in conflict herewith.

Also, Senate bill No. 248, An act pertaining to the detection of glanders in horses, asses and mules.

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