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TITLE AND HISTORY OF SENATE BILLS
NUMBER AND TITLE.
No. 333, An act to authorize the city of LaCygne to buy, pay for and maintain
tion and support of the common schools
cases, providing for procedure therein and attaching such territory to
and parts of acts in conflict herewith.
having a population of less than 3,000....
1885, general statutes 1889..
persons between the ages of twenty-one and forty-five years to work
No. 344, An act authorizing and empowering the county commissioners of
Butler county, Kansas, to invest the county railroad sinking funds or any county sinking funds, in school, township, bridge or county bonds of Butler county, Kansas.
No. 339, An act authorizing the county treasurer in counties of less than
twenty-five thousand inhabitants to deposit all public moneys in a
No. 310, An act providing for a text-book board, for the adoption of one or
more series of text-books for use in the coinmon schools in the state,
No. 341, An act to amend paragraph No. 4135 of the general statutes of 1889.
No. 312, An act to provide for the dismissal of the public schools whenever a
legal holiday comes on a school day during the term, and providing
No. 343, An act in relation to garnishment and attachment for wages
No. 315, An act amending paragraph 1626 of the general statutes of 1889, being
section 1 of chapter 112 of the session laws of 1877..
No. 346, An act to promote medical sciences and repealing sections 3758, 3759
and 3760 of the general statutes of 1889
No. 347, An act to provide for the appointment of a commissioner of elections
in cities of the first class, and repealing all laws in conflict herewith.
No. 348, An act to protect persons, associations or unions of workingmen in
their labels, trade-marks, terms, designs, devices, and forms of advertising, and repealing sectious 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 of chapter 213 of the laws of 1891.. NUMBER AND TITLE.
TITLE AND HISTORY OF SENATE BILLS - CONTINUED.
No. 349, An act concerning railroads and other common carriers, to provide
for making maximum rates for the transportation of freight, and to
the laws of 1895.
grounds in Bond's addition to the city of Salina, Saline county, Kan-
same a part of Smoky Hill township in said county and state
stitutions to contract for fuel for heating the charitable institutions
the state penitentiary, and making appropriation for the same
Jefferson county, Kansas..
132 of the laws of 1876 and subsequent acts relating to printing for the
state, and prescribing penalties for the violation thereof.... No. 354, An act disorganizing all municipal townships and voting precincts
in Wichita county, Kansas, and providing for the organization of a less number in lieu thereof, and for the payments of judgments and outstanding warrants of townships disorganized..
No. 359, An act to legalize sales and disposition of real property of minors in
Ellsworth county, Kansas..
No. 355, An act to vacate College addition to the city of Lindsborg, McPher
son county, Kansas.
No. 336, An act to cbange the name of persons named therein
No. 357, An act to authorize the establishment and maintenance of county
high schools and being supplemental to chapter 147 of the laws of 1886, being an act to authorize the establishment and maintenance of county high schools.
No. 358, An act regulating the fees and salaries and prescribing certain duties
of the county officers of Russell county, Kansas.
No. 360, An act to authorize the board of commissioners of Montgomery
county, Kansas, to appropriate money to build a bridge over Elk river
No. 361, An act providing for the maintenance of county normal institutes.
No. 362, An act authorizing the attorney-general and the executive council of
the state of Kansas to compromise the bonded indebtedness of the
No. 363, An act to authorize and empower the attorney-general to collect the
interest and principal of all bonds and interest coupons now due the
No. 364, An act relating to the payment of the warrants of the counties,
cities, townships, school districts and boards of education, and to amend section 7 of chapter 249 of the laws of 1891, and to repeal said original section. NUMBER AND TITLE.
TITLE AND HISTORY OF SENATE BILLS
No. 369, An act regulating the fees and salaries and prescribing certain duties
No. 365, An act making an appropriation for the purchase of a marble bust
of the late ex-Governor Charles Robinson to be placed in the chapel
No. 366, An act to provide for the severance of territory from first class
cities, the incorporation of second class cities out of such territory, and to provide for the adjustment of the respective rights and liabilities of such first and second class cities.
No. 367, An act to authorize the board of county commissioners of the county
of Atchison to issue interest-bearing time warrants on the court-
No. 368, An act to establish and locate a normal school at the town of Effing
ham, Kansas, and to authorize the county commissioners of Atchison
of certain oflicers of Cloud county therein named, and providing penalties for the violation of this act..