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Mitchell, A. C.
Appointed regent State University., Page 907.
Confirmed regent State University. Page 908. Mitchell, J. G.
Appointed assistant Journal clerk. Page
See S. B. 375. Page 225.
See governor's message. Page 15.
545. See S. B. 620. Page 629. School district No. 3 in, authorized to issue bonds. See S. B. 601. Page 505.
Creating city court in city of Coffeyville. See S. B. 619. Page 629. Monuments.
Erection of, for Kansas soldiers and sailors. See S. B. 325. Page 179. Moore, Estella L.
Elected stenographer. Page 3. Morehouse, Maxey.
Appointed clerk of Committee on Congressional Apportionment. Page 106. Morehouse, Geo. P., Senator, District No. 25.
(Marion, Cbase and Morris counties.)
gressional Apportionment. Page 106.
S. B. 74. Page 47.
pointment of an attorney. See S. B. 75. Page 47.
122. Page 63. Fixing the salaries of the county treasurer, county attorney and
county superintendent of public instruction of Morris county.
See S. B. 184. Page 100.
iams to pay the stato board five dollars and be reinstated. See
S. B. 185. Page 101.
S. B. 186. Page 101.
public highways. See S. B. 223. Page 111.
Home for Friendless Persons, of Hillsboro, Marion county, Kan
sas. See S. B. 251. Page 127. Relating to county surveyors. See S. B. 270. Page 143. For the relief of Phillip Morse. See 8. B. 332. Page 194. Regulating interest on money. See S. B. 415. Page 269. To establish a high school in Chase county. See S. B. 442. Page 286. To enable Elm Creek township, Morris county, to build township hall.
See S, B. 443. Page 286.
Morehouse, Geo. P.--continued:
county. See S. B. 492. Page 336.
S. B. 556. Page 468.
Judiciary. Page 41.
S. C. R. 38. Page 1027.
tary, sergeant-at-arms, and page. Page 4.
Prescribing boundaries of. See S. B. 232. Page 125.
For the relief of. See S. B. 332. Page 194.
Telephone line for. See 8. B. 426. Page 270.
See S. B. 33. Page 34.
See S. B. 435. Page 278.
Morrow, John C., Senator, District No. 20.
tures and Industrial Pursuits. Page 42.
of the common schools of the several counties of the state of
B. 218. Page 110.
405. Page 260.
Joint tax committee. Page 176.
sion. Page 28.
Relating to. See S. B. 500. Page 344.
Fixing salary of county officers of. See S. B. 183. Page 100.
Vacating Columbia street in city of Council Grove in. See S. B. 667. Page 766. Moss, Mary A.
Appointed stenographer of Committee on Public Health. Page 60. Municipal Indebtedness.
Committee on. Page 41. Munson, Geo. B.
Elected clerk of Committee on Revision of Senate Journal. Page 21. Murdock, City of.
Vacating certain streets and alleys in. See S. B. 564. Page 474. Myler, E. W.
Presenting senate petition No. 21. Page 307. McBrian, Rev. J. D.
Prayer by. Page 1.
McCoy, Geo. W.
Appointed clerk of Committee on Elections. Page 42. McCrea, Frank.
Appointed page. Page 3. McCune, City of. Empowering mayor and city council to transfer money. See S. B. 107.
Page 62. McCurtain, Zella D.
Changing name of. See 8. B. 617. Page 628. McDowell, J. S.
Appointed regent State Agricultural College. Page 1115.
Confirmed regent State Agricultural College. Page 1115. McElroy, S. W., Judge. Legalizing all acts performed while judge of the seventeenth judicial dis
trict. See S. B. 664. Page 748. McKnight, G. W., jr.
Appointed clerk of Committee on Insurance. Page 59. McKnight, Geo. W., Senator, District No. 21.
(Riley, Geary and Wabaunsee counties.) Announces appointment of G. W. McKnight, jr., clerk of Committee on In
surance. Page 59. Bills introduced byRelating to the weighing of grain at public warehouses and elevators.
See S. B. 177. Page 99.
See S. B. 212. Page 110.
Kansas met. See S. B. 437. Page 278.
461. Page 294.
See S. B. 488. Page 336.
See S. B. 575. Page 520.
B. 631. Page 632.
639. Page 645.
B. 676. Page 845.
Railroads. Page 41.
McKnight, Geo. W.- continued:
proved-stock Breeders' Association and Kansas State Dairy As
sociation. Page 805. S. R. 97, Extending vote of thanks to newspaper men for courtesy
showo members of the Senate. Page 1103. McMillan, Harry, Senator, District No. 31.
(Saline and Ottawa counties.)
See S. B. 144. Page 87.
B. 145. Page 87.
coal to the people at cost. See S. B. 146. Page 87. Preventing the public exhibition of eating snakes, or pretending to
eat snakes, and other reptiles. See S. B. 147. Page 87. Making it unlawful to trap-shoot any living bird or fowl. See S. B.
148. Page 87.
Agriculture. See 8. B. 187. Page 101.
prescribing the duties of the Board of Railroad Commissioners.
See S. B. 188. Page 101.
See S. B. 221. Page 111.
and to provide for the control and disposition of the same, and
to issue bonds therefor. See S. B. 242. Page 127.
B. 329. Page 193.
See S. B. 544. Page 424.
S. B. 579. Page 530.
611. Page 627.
B. 683. Page 904.
Corporations. Page 41.
Engrossed Bills. Page 42.
No. 24, Relating to S. B. 144. Page 421.