Imágenes de páginas
PDF
EPUB

6127, 6191, 6252, 6262, 6264, 6313, 6331, 6436, 7778, 7830, 7835, 7836 and 7906 of the General Statutes of 1901 are hereby repealed.

SEC. 36. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after September 1, 1903.

AN ACT

Relating to cities of the first and second class, and amendatory of

section 79, chapter 37, of the Laws of 1881, and section 3, chap

ter 99, of the Laws of 1885. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas:

SECTION 1. Section 79, chapter 37, of the Laws of 1881, is hereby amended so as to read as follows:

The mayor, by and with the consent of the council, may appoint a city treasurer, city attorney, city clerk, city marshal, city engineer, fire marshal, street commissioner, marketmaster, a weighmaster, and inspector and weigher of grains, meats, flour, and other produce, policemen and detectives, and such other officers or servants as they may deem necessary for the best interests of the city. The term of any appointed officer shall be for a period of two years and until his successor is appointed and qualified:

Sec. 2. Section 3, chapter 99, of the Laws of 1885, is hereby amended so as to read as follows:

There shall be elected on the first Tuesday of April, of each oddnumbered year, a mayor, police judge, city treasurer, and treasurer of the board of education, together with councilmen, members of the board of education, justice of the peace, and constables, as herein provided. The mayor shall appoint, by and with the consent of the council, a city marshal, a city clerk, a city attorney, and may appoint an assistant marshal, city engineer, street commissioner, and such policemen and other officers as they may deem necessary. The officers so appointed and confirmed shall hold their offices for the term of one year, and until their successors are appointed and qualified; the city council shall by ordinance specify their duties and compensation, and by ordinance abolish any office created by them whenever they may deem it expedient. The mayor, councilmen, members of the board of education, justices of the peace, constables, city treasurer, police judge and treasurer of the board of education shall hold their offices for the term of two years, and all other officers for the term of one year; provided, at the first annual election after the organization of any city, there shall be two councilmen and two members of the board of education elected from each ward, one of whom shall serve for one year and one for two years, and one councilman and one member of the board of education shall be elected from each ward at each annual election thereafter; provided, that no member of the board of education shall be a member of the council, nor shall any member of the council be a member of the board of education, and no person shall hold the office of police judge and justice of the peace at the same time; and provided further, that in cities having a population of over 10,000 inhabitants, the board of education shall consist of six members only. There shall be elected in such cities, on the first Tuesday of April, 1885, eix members of the board of education, two of whom shall serve for one year, two for two years, and the two for three years, and at the annual election every year thereafter two members of the board of education shall be elected for the term of three years.

Sec. 3. Said original section 79, chapter 37, of the Laws of 1881, and section 3, chapter 99, of the Laws of 1885, are hereby repealed.

SEC. 4. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after September 1, 1903.

GENERAL INDEX.

Abandonment of Wife and Children by Husbands.

See S. B. 136. Page 64.' Accounting of Moneys.

See governor's message. Page 16. Accountant, State.

See governor's message. Page 21. Accreted Lands.

Defining the ownership, providing for the sale. See 8. B. 71. Page 46. Achilles, Town of.

Vacating. See S. B. 84. Page 45. Adjournment sine die.

As a legislative body. See H. C. R. 28. Page 1129. Adjutant General.

S. H. Kelsey appointed. Page 144.

S. H. Kelsey confirmed. Page 144. Administrators.

Public, providing for. See S. B. 264. Page Adulteration of Candy Prohibited.

See S. B. 433. Page 278. Agents.

Right of action against employer. See S. B. 103. Page 50.
Agriculture.

See governor's message. Page 8.
Committee appointed. Page 41.

Reports by. Pages 211, 230, 256, 275, 323, 351, 647, 698, 749, 810, 897.
Agricultural College.

Experimental station at Fort Hays. See S. B. 57. Page 45.

Robert J. Brock appointed regent. Page 144. Allen County.

City of Humboldt, extending ordinance in. See S. B. 390. Page 248.

Humboldt township, authorized to lease lands. See S. B. 574. Page 520. Allen, Henry J.

Appointed trustee state charities and corrections. Page 171.

Confirmed trustee state charities and corrections. Page 182.
Allen, James L., Senator, District No. 1.

(Brown and Doniphan counties.)
Announces appointment of Miss Jessie Lloyd clerk Committee on Judicial

Apportionment. Page 43.
Bills introduced by

• Regulating the practice of dentistry. See S. B. 50. Page 36.
Regulating the appointment of an attorney in divorce cases. See
S. B. 132. Page 64.

(1223)

Allen, James L.-continued :
Bills introduced by -
Relating to quarantine yards, and defining the word "quarantine."

See S. B. 133. Page 64.
Providing for the health and safety of persons employed in coal-mines

and requiring inspectors of mines to furnish information to state

geologist. See S. B. 134. Page 64.
Amending sec. 41, art. 1, ch.50, of the Laws of 1891, and repealing same.

See S. B. 135. Page 64.
Providing for the punishment for the abandonment of wife and chil.

dren by husband. See S. B. 136. Page 64.
Providing for the time of commencement of civil actions. See S. B.

136. Page 64. Parole of convicted prisoners. See 8. B. 201. Page 109. Repealing certain acts and parts of acts of the General Laws of Kan.

sas, 1901. See S. B. 105. Page 109. Creating a negotiable-instrument law. See S. B. 206. Page 109. Regulating the redemption of real estate sold under special execution

or order of sale. See S. B. 207. Page 109. Providing for the erection and maintenance of monuments for the

memory of Kansas soldiers and sailors. See S. B. 216. Page 110. Fixing the salary of the clerk of the district court of Doniphan county,

See S. B. 227. Page 111.
Relating to crimes and punishment. See S. B. 296. Page 158.
Relating to insurance. See S. Bs. 297, 302. Pages 159, 177.
Authorizing school district No. 42, Wyandotte county, to levy taxes.

See S. B. 328. Page 193.
Relating to slot-machines. See S. B. 353. Page 198.
Relating to wearing badges of fraternal orders. See S. B. 354. Page

198.
Amending an act relating to county board of examiners. See S. B. 356.

Page 199.
Relating to cities of the first, second and third classes. See S. B. 358.

Page 199.
Relating to public highways in Wyandotte county. See S. B. 438.

Page 278.
Creating state fire-marshal department. See S. B. 439. Page 278.
Vacating certain portions of Kansas City, Kan. See S. B. 467. Page

308.
Vacating certain improved portions of Kansas City, Kan. See S. B.

468. Page 308.
Amending section 5705, General Statutes of 1901. See S. B. 487. Page

335.
Prohibiting solicitation of life insurance. See S. B. 495. Page 344.
Relating to life insurance. See 8. B. 496. Page 344.
Relating to public highway for Wyandotte county. See S. B. 498.

Page 344.
Providing for bridge across the Kansas river in Wyandotte county.

See S. B. 503. Page 344.
Relating to crimes and punishments. See S. B. 630. Page 631.
Relating to cities having population of over 50,000. See S. B, 681. Page

867.
Committee assignments -

To assist president in formulating code of rules. Page 43.
Judiciary. Page 41.
Agriculture. Page 41.
Insurance. Page 41.
Printing. Page 41.
Education. Page 42.

« AnteriorContinuar »