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Regulating the sale of, within the state of Kansas. See S. B. 128. Page 63. Partition Fences. Amending section 3087 of the General Statutes of 1901, relating to. See
S. B. 154. Page 88. Patriotism.
Mannal of, providing for, in public schools. See 8. B. 540. Page 425. Pasture Land and Live Stock. Making appropriation for the purchase of, at State Industrial Reformatory.
See S. B. 143. Page 87. Paul Jones's Second Addition.
Vacating, in Garden City. See S. B. 173. Page 99. Penal Institutions.
Committee on. Page 41.
Reports by. Page -
See governor's message. Page 13.
Relating to hard-fiber twine plant of. See S. B. 463. Page 294.
To W. J. Ross. See S. B. 66. Page 46. Peck, P. D.
Appointed guard to cloak-room. Page 3.
Roads and highways in. See S. B. 365. Page 224.
To issue bonds to drill for gas. See S. B. 688. Page 968.
For the protection of. See S. B. 338. Page 196.
(Ellsworth, Russell and Lincoln counties.)
Committee on Elections. Page 42.
Elections. Page 85. Appointed member of committee to wait on governor. Page 1126. Bills introduced byMaking appropriation for the Florence Crittenden Mission, at To
peka. See S. B. 78. Page 46.
Gilkeson. See S. B. 106. Page 61.
213. Page 110.
shall attend on behalf of plaintiff in the trial of criminal action.
See S. B. 248. Page 127.
assist county attorney in the prosecution of certain actions
Pestana, Harry L.- continued:
Amending section 15 of article 2 of chapter 31, General Statutes 1901.
See S. B. 269. Page 143.
S. B. 456. Page 294.
See S. B. 457. Page 294.
509. Page 412.
510. Page 413.
S. B. 533. Page 422.
545. Page 437.
permits to practice medicine. See 8. B. 608. Page 623.
614. Page 628.
S. B. 615. Page 628.
616. Page 628.
Elections. Page 42.
Judicial Apportionment. Page 106.
No. 29, Relating to prohibition. Page 663.
committees. Page 5.
Geiger, fixing a date for Senate to hear contest, and authorizing
Geiger, and to the trial of the case. Page 81.
teenth judicial district. Page 519.
the Senate. Page 665.
Thos. J. Stewart, commander-in-chief of G. A. R. Page 899.
Peterson, E. V., Senator, District No. 40.
(Smith and Norton counties.)
Taxation. Page 149.
Relating to school-land sales. See S. B. 150. Page 88.
Assessment and Taxation. Page 41.
Conference committee S. B. 144. Page 1092.
S. R. 67, Recalling House bill No. 263 from the House. Page 684.
Page 125. Pitts, William.
Elected assistant reading clerk. Page 2.
Tendered vote of thanks. See S. R. 86. Page 1095. Pierce, Joe.
Appointed assistant janitor. Page 3. Porter, E. F., Senator, District No. 11.
(Crawford county.) Announces appointment of Sabatius Mauneskesy as clerk of Committee on
Mines and Mining. Page 43. Bills introduced by – Defining powers and duties of secretary of mine industries. See S. B.
7. Page 31. Providing for instruction in training schools. See S. B. 8. Page 31. Providing for raising funds to support and maintain free public libra
ries in cities of the first and second class. See S. B. 9. Page 31. Establishing a normal training school at Pittsburg, Kan. See S. B.
10. Page 32 Relating to the mining of coal. See S. B. 11. Page 32. Amending section 1 of chapter 167 of the Session Laws of 1901, relating
to safety of persons employed in coal-mines. See S. B. 12.
on account of negligence of employer or his agents. See S. B.
103. Page 50. Empowering the mayor and council of McCune, Crawford county, to
transfer money. See S. B. 107. Page 62.
See S. B. 138. Page 64.
viding for the publication of the reports. See S. B. 168. Page 99. Probibiting the employment of telegraph operators under the age of
twenty-one years. See S. B. 228. Page 118.
Porter, E. F.- continued :
To establish an auxiliary normal training school at Pittsburg, Kan.,
and making an appropriation therefor. See S. B. 234. Page 125. For the preservation of health of the inhabitants of cities of the sec
ond class. See S. B. 255. Page 125.
B. 272. Page 156.
See S. B. 576. Page 529.
S. B. 597. Page 544.
See 8. B. 668. Page 766.
Penal Institutions. Page 41.
Ways and Means. Page 85.
No. 5, Relating to what shall constitute grand larceny. Page 106.
No. 6, Relating to what shall constitute grand larceny. Page 107. Presented invitation to meet with the State Society of Labor in Representa
tive hall. Page 172. Resolutions offered byS. R. 21, Instructing the sergeant-at-arms to rigidly enforce rule No.
51, with reference to lobby. Page 27.
S. J. R. 3, Relating to silver service for battle-ship "Kansas." Page 936. Porter, Chas.
Appropriation for. See S. B. 465. Page 295.
Secretary of mining industries. See S. B. 7. Page 31.
City courts of Kansas City township. See S. B. 569. Page 493.
transacting of public business. See S. B. 184. Page 100. Postmaster of the Senate.
Fred Lewis elected. Page 2.
Hattie E. Allen elected assistant. Page 2.
Controlling the forfeiture of. See S. B. 87. Page 48.
Warrants in, See S. B. 429. Page 270.
Appeal from. See S. B. 99. Page 49.
B. 541. Page 425.
S. B. 201. Page 102.
Relating to salaries of county commissioners of. See S. B. 670. Page 777,
Bridge for, in Anderson county. See S. B. 475. Page 316.
50. Practice of.
Pharmacy, regulating the. See S. B. 185. Page 101.
Dentistry, regulating the. See 8. B. 225. Page 111. Practicing Auctioneers.
Providing for licensing. See S. B. 115. Page 63. Prairie-dogs and Gophers.
For the extermination of. See S. B. 57. Page 45.
For the destruction of. See 8. B. 223. Page 111. Pratt, Town of.
Vacating certain additions in. See S. B. 344. Page 197.
Holding annual meeting school district No. 30 in. See 8. B. 342. Page 179.
Compensation of county attorneys of. See S. B. 570. Page 496.
President pro tem.
of the Senate, W. 8. Fitzpatrick elected. Page 1. President of the Senate.
Authorized to select private secretary, sergeant-at-arms, and page. Page 4.
Appoints Blanchard Nickel page. Page 4.
Isthmian Canal Commission. Page 24. Presidential Electors.
Right of women to vote for. Seo S. B. 68. Page 46. Pringle, J. T.
Elected speaker of the House. Page 5.