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Bills introduced - continued :
By Senator Carpenter-

Nos. 3, 4, 5, 6, 81, 140, 169, 170, 208, 402, 410, 445, 486, 519.
By Senator Chaney-
Nos. 179, 239, 240, 278, 269, 300, 301, 386, 406, 409, 465, 466, 520, 521, 540, 577,

587, 589.
By Senator Codding-
No. 70, 71, 115, 116, 117, 198, 241, 258, 304, 317, 477, 478, 497, 593, 594, 595, 640,

646, 670, 689.
By Senator Conrad-

Nos. 250, 267, 399, 411, 578, 545, 600, 619, 620, 648, 654, 660.
By Senator Crum-

Nos. 149, 307, 339, 475, 485, 549, 560, 561, 610, 621.
By Senator Cubbison -
Nos. 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 155, 156, 157, 158, 159, 160, 161, 260,

261, 378, 379, 552, 554, 555, 556, 567, 568, 569, 590, 591, 627, 628, 651, 652,

669.
By Senator Findlay-

Nos. 51, 52, 53, 54, 244, 245, 257, 407, 430, 448, 507, 508, 549, 565, 602, 626.
By Senator Fitzpatrick-

Nos. 230, 489, 490, 505.
By Senator Fulton -

Nos. 162, 214, 215, 402, 429, 479, 538.
By Senator Gabriel-

Nos. 100, 128, 326.
By Senator Henley -

Nos. 180, 181, 321, 298, 460, 481, 598, 634, 657, 662.
By Senator Householder-

Nos. 2, 522.
By Senator Hurrel -

Nos. 108, 114, 178, 201, 243, 282, 314, 341, 360, 381, 558, 603, 618.
By Senator Kennedy -

Nos. 104, 109, 110, 236, 237, 238, 262, 280, 281, 395, 537, 586, 624, 671.
By Senator King-

Nos.
By Senator Leidy -

Nos. 200, 283, 376, 458, 459, 499, 573, 622.
By Senator McKnight-

Nos. 177, 212, 391, 437, 461, 488, 504, 547, 571, 575, 631, 639, 676.
By Senator McMillan-
Nos. 144, 145, 146, 447, 148, 187, 188, 221, 247, 318, 329, 469, 484, 544, 579, 611,

683.
By Senator Miller-

Nos. 118, 195, 217, 322, 323, 324, 325.
By Senator Morehouse-
Nos. 74, 75, 122, 184, 185, 186, 224, 233, 251, 270, 332, 415, 442, 444, 492, 516, 556,

596, 653, 667.
By Senator Morrow -

Nos. 79, 218, 303, 405, 470.
By Senator Noftzger -
Nos. 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 101, 139, 189,

190, 191, 192, 193, 194, 222, 229, 277, 348, 349, 350, 351, 372, 373, 374, 375,

433, 434, 480, 481, 527, 580, 581, 592, 665, 672, 679, 682, 685. By Senator PestanaNos. 78, 106, 213, 248, 249, 269, 295, 401, 456, 457, 494, 509, 510, 532, 533, 545,

608, 614, 615, 616. By Senator Peterson

Nos. 150, 463, 523, 524, 666.

Bills introduced-continued :
By Senator Porter-

Nos. 7, 8, 9, 10, 12, 103, 107, 138, 167, 168, 228, 234, 235, 272, 273, 576, 507, 668.
By Senator Simons -

Nos. 92, 93, 182, 183, 347, 472, 599, 661.
By Senator Smith
Nos. 57, 58, 59, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 126, 151, 152, 153, 154, 171,

172, 173, 174, 211, 231, 232, 233, 254, 274, 275, 276, 308, 309, 310, 311, 312,
313, 340, 365, 366, 367, 368, 369, 370, 371, 372, 373, 374, 393, 394, 421, 422,
423, 424, 425, 420, 427, 428, 450, 451, 452, 473, 474, 511, 512, 513, 514, 515,

529, 636, 637, 688.
By Senator Sponable -

Nos. 196, 197, 209, 210, 271, 346, 363, 387, 388, 401, 455, 562, 655.
By Senator Stewart-

Nos. 46, 47, 98, 99, 255, 284, 315, 390, 570, 683.
By Senator Tapp-
Nos. 76, 78, 79, 123, 124, 125, 142, 174, 176, 264, 265, 266, 319, 338, 375, 440, 483,

506, 528, 604, 623, 605, 629, 656, 663, 677, 690.
By Senator Vincent-
Nos. 56, 102, 121, 143, 202, 226, 253, 263, 285, 315, 344, 396, 431, 482, 501, 502,

561, 570, 617, 659, 680.
By Senator Ward-

Nos. 256, 331, 362, 471, 551, 609, 612, 613, 643.
By Senator White-

Nos. 94, 226, 242, 252, 268, 320, 327, 333, 334, 335, 355, 357, 385, 530, 531, 559, 650.
By Senator Wright-

Nos. 163, 164, 165, 203, 316, 418, 419, 420, 525, 526, 548, 625.
By Senator Wulfekuhler-
Nos. 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 96, 97, 129, 130, 131, 166, 219, 220,

330, 352, 364, 377, 380, 400, 500, 557, 649, 673.
By Banks and Banking Committee-

No. 389.
By Elections Committee-

No. 493.
By Insurance Committee-

Nos. 462, 539.
By Judiciary Committee-

Sub. H. B. 2, No. 635.
By Railroads Committee-

No. 410.
By Roads and Bridges Committee-

No. 417.
By Ways and Means Committee -

Nos. 105, 127, 359, 407, 435, 436, 441, 446,-464, 535, 562, 563, 632, 633, 542.
Bills of Exception.

See S. B. 260. Page 142.
Birds.
Protection of. See S. B. 76. Page 47.

See S. B. 80. Page 47.
See 8. B. 148. Page 87.

See S. B. 469. Page 309.
Board of Agriculture.
Relating to Thirteenth Biennial Report, appropriation for. See S. B. 357.

Page 199.
Board of County Commissioners.

Cloud county, authorized to levy tax for bridge. See S. B. 609. Page 624.
Finney county, authorized to issue bonds. See S. B. 59. Page 45.

Board of County Commissioners - continued:

Gray county, to issue bonds. See S. B. 277. Page 157.
Jackson county, to provide for the erection of court-house.
Labette county, to build bridge across Neosho river. See S. B. 326.

Page 179.
Lincoln county, fixing salary of. See S. B. 456. Page 294.

Authority to levy bridge tax. See S. B. 497. Page 294.
Lyon county, authorized to build bridge across Cottonwood river. See S.

Bs. 203, 333. Pages 103, 196.
Montgomery county, authorized to build bridge across Verdigris river.

See S, B. 620. Page 629.
Ness county, authorized to levy a special tax for the erection of a court-

house. See S. B. 173. Page 99.
Republic county, relating to overflow water from School creek. See S. B.

612. Page 627.
Saline county, regulating meetings and providing compensation. See 8.

B. 318. Page 178.
Sedgwick county, authorized to join city of Wichita in appropriation for

soldiers' monument. See S. B. 319. Page 178. Board of Directors, State Penitentiary.

Appropriation for salaries of. See S. B. 642. Page 646.
Board of Education.

City of Wichita, authorized to issue bonds. See S. B. 77. Page 47.
City of Burlington, authorized to levy tax. See 8. B. 395. Page 249.
City of Burlington, authorized to create building fund. See S. B. 537. Page

423.
City of Olathe, authorized to issue bonds. See S. B. 655. Page 668.
Board of Examiners.

Optometry, creating board of. See S. Bs. 62, 117. Pages 45, 62.
Barbers, to create board of. See S. B. 91. Page 48.
Plumbing, to regulate the business of. See 8. B. 100. Page 50.

Auctioneers, creating. See S. B. 121. Page 63.
Board of Health.

Creating state and local board. See S. B. 1. Page 48.

Conferring additional authority and duties. See S. B. 384. Page 236. Board of Managers State Soldiers' Home.

Appropriation for salaries of. See 8. B. 642. Page 646. Board of Medical Registration and Examination.

See S. B. 28. Page 33.

Appropriation for. See S. B. 576. Page 529. Board of Public Utilities. Powers and duties of, in cities of the first and second class. See S. B. 18.

Page 32.
Board of Insurance Commissioners.
Creating and prescribing the powers and duties thereof. See S. B. 229.

Page 118.
Board of Trustees State Charitable Institutions.

Duties of, See S. B. 450. Page 293.

Appropriation for salaries of. See S. B. 642. Page 646. Boarding houses. Providing fire protection and regulating sanitary conditions. See S. B. 115.

Page 162. Boidson, Geo.

Appointed assistant janitor. Page 3.

Bondi, August.

Appointed clerk to Senator McMillan. Page 42. Bonded Indebtedness. Limiting, in cities of the first class having a population of 50,000 or more.

See S. B. 161. Page 89.
Bonds.

Relating to, for county officers. See S. B. 69. Page 46.
City of Wichita, Sedgwick county, for establishing high school. See S. B.

77. Page 47.
Relating to, for public officers. See 8. B. 244. Page 126.
City of Hoisington, for improvements. See S. B. 257. Page 142.
Cities of the first class. See S. B. 553. Page 468.

Cottonwood Falls, for public buildings. See S. B. 553. Page 468.
Bourbon County.
Relating to building of roads in Scott township and city of Fort Scott in.

See S. B. 305. Page 177. To enable to drill for gas. See S. B. 543. Page 424. Boulevards, Public. Relating to, for cities of the first class having a population of 50,000 or

more. See S. B. 158. Page 88. Boundary Lines. Changing of, between Marshall and Washington counties. See S. B. 162.

Page 89.
Changing of and defining, Geary and Morris counties. See S. B. 57:.

Page 496.
Booth's Addition.

Vacating certain lots in, in city of Jetmore, Kan. See S. B. 152. Page 188. Bookkeeper of the Senate.

Ed. Baxter elected. Page 2.

H, J. Huckett elected. Page 2. Borthwick, F. C.

For relief of. See S. B. 174. Page 99. Borthwick, G. A.

For the relief of. See S. B. 174. Page 99.
Branine, Chas. E., Senator, District No. 30.

(Harvey and McPherson counties.)
Announces appointment of H. F. Mayer clerk. Page 43.
Appointed conferee on S. B. 223. Page 1109.
Bills introduced by -
Vacating Clark's addition to the city of McPherson. See S. B. 5.

Page 36.
Providing for the organization, government and compensation of the

state militia of Kansas. See S. B. 72. Page 46.
Relating to suretyship on bonds of state, county, city and township

officers and employees. See S. B. 95. Page 49.
Regulation and support of common schools. See S. B. 141. Page 65.
Vacating Dexter's addition to city of Newton, Harvey county, Kansas.

See S. B. 286. Page 158.
Relating to cities of the first, second and third classes. See S. B. 287.

Page 158.
Amending an act relating to surveyors' fees. See S. B. 342. Page 197.
Relating to election of delegates. See 8. B. 536. Page 423.
Relating to probate judge and appointment of clerk. See S. B. 572.

Page 496.

Branine, Chas. E.-continued :
Bills introduced by -
Providing for the assessment, levy and collection of taxes. See S. B.

678. Page 845.
Committee assignments-

Judiciary. Page 42.
Insurance. Page 42.
Military Affairs and Claims. Page 42.
Cities of the Second and Third Class. Page 42.
Enrolled Bills. Page 42.

Congressional Apportionment. Page 106.
Petitions presented by-
No. 24, Relating to tuition of scholars attending state institutions.

Page 495.
Resolutions offered by-

S. R. 7, Fixing the hours of meeting of the Senate. Page 5.
8. R. 55, Relating to bills under the head of “General Orders." Page

444.
8. C. R. 29, Discontinuing introduction of bills after February 28.

Page 700.
8. R. 68, Relating to Senate rules Nos. 4 and 26. Page 778.
S. R. 87, Tendering vote of thanks to H. B. Glenn, docket clerk, and C.

A. Henrie, assistant docket clerk. Page 1099.
S. R. 90, Tendering vote of thanks to newspaper men. Page 1101.
S. R. 95, Expressing appreciation for disposition shown by the minor.

ity members. Page 1102. Bridge Tax.

Lincoln county authorized to levy. See S. B. 457. Page 294.
Bridges.

In Lyon county. See S. B. 203. Page 103.
In Lincoln county. Soe S. B. 457. Page 294.
In Anderson county. See 8. B. 475. Page 316.
Io Wyandotte county. See S. B. 503. Page 344.

In Cloud county. See S. B. 609. Page 624.
Brock, Robert J.

Appointed regent State Agricultural College. Page 70.
Brown County.
Vacating certain portions of Kansas City addition to city of Horton in. See

S. Bs. 467, 468. Page 308.
Excess fees of register of deeds. See S. B. 479. Page 317.
Brown's Grove.

Vacating portion of. See 8. B. 422. Page 269,
Brown, A.

Elected assistant sergeant-at-arms. Page 2. Building of Roads, Scott Township.

Providing for. See 8. B. 305. Page 177. Buck, Hattie M.

Changing name to Hattie M. Burke. See S. B. 661. Page 695. Burlington, City of.

Authorized to create a building and repairing fund, See S. B. 537. Page 423. Burdett, City of.

Vacating blocks 3, 4, and 94. See S. B. 423. Page 270. Burton, Joseph R., United States Senator.

Tendered vote of thanks. See page 30.

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