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Pringle, Mrs. Anna.
Death of; adjournment of the Senate in consideration of respect to Speaker

Pringle.
Price Raid Claims.

Commission to report on. See S. B. 272. Page 156.
Printer, County.

Election of, in Gray county. See S. B. 350. Page 198.
Election of, in Anderson county. See S. B. 546. Page 437.

Election of, in Coffey county. See 8. B. 624. Page 636.
Printer, State.

Geo. A. Clark nominated. Page 52.
Grant W. Harrington nominated. Page 52.
Pay of. See S. B. 345. Page 197.

Appropriation for. See S. B. 563. Page 473.
Printing Committee.

Appointed. Page 41.

Reports by. Pages 470, 673.
Printing, State.

Appropriations for. See S. B. 562. Page 473.
Printing, Public.

See governor's message. Page 20.
Private Corporations.
Allowing, to decrease the amount of their capital stock. See S. B. 98.

Page 49.
Authorizing to acquire land, exchange real estate and act as agent. See

S. B. 130. Page 64.
Private Secretary to Lieutenant-governor, J. S. Leach appointed.

Page 4.
Probate Judges.

Relating to fees and salaries of, of Kiowa county. See S. B. 189. Page 101.
Relating to fees and salaries of, of Sedgwick county. See S. B. 266. Page

143.
Relating to fees and salaries of, of Reno county. See S. B. 315. Page 187.
Relating to fees and salaries of, of Norton county. See S. B. 524. Page 414.
Kingman county. See S. B. 659. Page 695.
Relating to appointment of deputy clerk for. See S. B. 572. Page 496.
Pro tem., relating to appointment of, in the several counties. See S. 663.

Page 696.
Propagation of Fish.

See S. B. 93. Page 49.
Proposed Amendments.
Appropriation to official state paper, for publishing. See S. B. 562. Page

473.
Protection of Shippers.

Of grain, hay, and feed. See S. B. 263. Page 142.
Protection of Antelope.

See S. B. 193. Page 102.
Protection of Birds.

See 8. Bs. 76, 80, 148, 469, 656. Pages 47, 87, 309, 680.
Protection of Game.

See S. B. 93. Page 49.

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Protection of Quail.

In Hamilton county. See S. B. 515. Page 413. Protection of Trade-marks.

See S. Bs. 46, 102, 164. Pages 35, 50, 89. Protection of Occupants.

Of certain buildings in case of fire, providing for. See S. B. 212. Page 110. Public Exhibitions of Snake-eating.

To prohibit. See S. B. 147. Page 87. Public Buildings.

Committee on. Page 41.

Reports by. Pages 336, 621, 791. Public Administrators.

Providing for. See S. B. 408. Page 261.
Public Funds.

See governor's message. Page 15.
Providing for the deposit of, now in the state treasury, or that may here-

after be paid into the state treasury, in the banks and banking insti

tutions of the state. See S. B. 189. Page 101. Public Health.

Committee on. Page 41.

Reports by. Pages 184, 222, 500, 831. Public Halls.

Regulated. See S. B. 561. Page 473. Public Highways.

Improvement of. See S. B. 417. Page 269.

Relating to, in Wyandotte county. See S. B. 498. Page 344. Public Libraries, Free.

In cities of the first and second class.

Establishing, at Lawrence, Kan. See S. B. 298. Page 159. Public Offices, Candidates for.

Relating to filing statements of expense by. See S. B. 252. Page 127.
Public Parks and Parkways.

Relating to, in cities of the first class. See S. B. 158. Page 88.
Cites of the second class to acquire and improve land for. See S, B. 349.

Page 198.
Public Parks.

Relating to, in cities of second class. See S. B. 385. Page 236. Public Utilities, Board of. Powers and duties, in cities of the first and second class. See S. B. 18.

Page 32. Public Stock-yards.

Relating to duties of persons or person operating. See S. B. 25. Page 33. Quail, Protection of.

In Hamilton county. See S. B. 515. Page 413. Quarantine Yards.

See S. B. 133. Page 64. Quarantine.

See S. B. 133. Page 64. Quindaro, Industrial School at.

Appropriation for. See S. B. 278. Page 235.

Raid Claims.

Price, commission to report on. See S. B. 272. Page 156.
Railroad Companies.

Defining liability of. See 8. B. 37. Page 34.
To limit the amount of stock, bonds and indebtedness that may be issued

by. See S. B. 188. Page 101.
Prohibiting the employment of telegraph operators under the age of twen-

ty-one years. See S. B. 228. Page 118.
Regulating business of, relating to the handling of coal. See S. B. 329.

Page 193.
Maintenance of section man. See S. B. 397. Page 249.
Maintenance of patrolman. See S. B. 398. Page 249.
Requiring, to pay employees every fifteen days. See 8. B. 447. Page 287.

Authorizing, to condemo state lands. See 8. B. 545. Page 437.
Railroad Commissioners.

Powers and duties of board of. See S. B. 188. Page 101.
Railroad Employees.

Promoting the safety of. See S. Bs. 101, 560. Pages 50, 473.
Railroads.
Committee on. Page 41.
Bills introduced by--

Relating to. Seo S. B. 410. Page 264.

Reports by. Pages 147, 257, 300, 324, 498, 551, 698, 960. Railway Equipment. Providing for the safety of mechanics and laborers in the construction of.

See S. B. 112. Page 62. Ramsey, James A.

Elected reading clerk. Page 2.

Thanks of the Senate to. See S. R. 86. Page 1095.
Rawlins, County of.

Vacating town site of Achilles in. See S. B. 584. Page 541.
Establishment and maintenance of high school in. See S. B. 647. Page 666.
Legalizing all acts performed by S. W. McElroy, judge. See S. B. 664.

Page 748.
Reading Clerk.

J. A. Ramsey elected. Pago 2.

William E. Pitts elected assistant. Page 2. Real Estate. Redemption of, sold under special execution or order of sale. See S. B. 207.

Page 109. Real Property

Recovery of, pertaining to trials and actions. See S. B. 478. Page 317. Reapportiopment, Congressional.

See governor's message. Page 21. Recording.

Of land patents, providing for. See $. B. 215. Page 110. Redemption of Real Estate. Regulating same sold under special execution or order of sale. See S. B.

207. Page 109. Reform School. Making appropriation for improvements of, at Topeka. See S. B. 278.

Page 157.

Reformatory, State.
Appropriation for maintenance and operation of broom factory at. See 8.

B. 508. Page 345.
Regents.
State Agricultural College -

Appointed. Page 144.
Confirmed. Page 144.

Appropriation for per diem and mileage. See S. B. 642. Page 646.
State University-

Appointed. Page 906.
Confirmed. Page 908.

Appropriation for per diem and mileage. See S. B. 642. Page 146.
State Normal School -

Appointed. Page 907.
Confirmed. Page 910.

Appropriation for per diem and mileage. See S. B. 642. Page 646. Register of Deeds.

Providing for a certain record being kept by. Soe S. B. 53. Page 36.
Providing for application of excess fees of. See S. B. 258. Page 142.
Of Sedgwick county, application of excess fees of. See 8. B. 265. Page 143.
Of Reno county, relating to fees and salaries of. See S. B. 315. Page 187.
Of Coffey county, application of excess fees of. Soe S. B. 671. Page 806.
Relating to fees and salaries of, in certain counties. See S. B. 479. Page

317. Regulating.

The practice of optometry. See S. Bs. 62, 117. Pages 45, 62.
Redemption of real estate sold under special execution or order of sale.

See S. B. 207. Page 109.
Practice of dentistry. See S. B. 225. Page 111.
Sale of garden seeds. See S. B. 583. Page 541.
Speed and operation of automobiles and motor vehicles on public high-

ways. See S. B. 223. Page 111. Reno County.

Establisbment and maintenance of high school. See S. B. 396. Page 249.

Regulating fees and salaries of county officers of. See S. B. 315. Page 178.
Repeal of Laws.
Laws of 1868–

Ch. 27, sec. 24, art. 2. See S. B. 530. Page 422.
Session Laws of 1870—

Ch. 68. See S. B. 28. Page 34.
Laws of 1872–

Ch. 167, sec. 1. See S. B. 129. Page 34.
Ch. 167. See S. B. 76. Page 47.

Ch. 167. See S. B. 80. Page 47.
Session Laws of 1874-

Ch. 23. See S. B. 200. Page 102.
Session Laws of 1876–
Ch. 122, art. 3, sec. 12. See 8. B. 122. Page 63.

Art. 4, sec. 24. See S. B. 217. Page 110.
Laws of 1881–

Ch. 151. See S. B. 356. Page 199.
Laws of 1885–

Ch. 175. See S. B. 115. Page 62.
Ch. 175, sec. 3. See S. B. 356. Page 199.
-81 Sen.

Repeal of Laws- continued :
Session Laws of 1886-
Ch. 149, sec. 1. See S. B. 165. Page 89.

Sec. 2. See S. B. 242. Page 126.
Laws of 1887–

Ch. 234, sec. 2. See S. B. 31. Page 34
Ch. 152. See S. B. 50. Page 36.
Ch. 152. See S. B. 225. Page 111.

Ch. 102. See S. B. 474. Page 316.
Session Laws of 1889

Ch. 100. See 8. B. 474. Page 316.

Ch. 230. See S. B. 474. Page 316.
Laws of 1891 –

Ch. 50, art 1, sec. 41. See S. B. 135. Page 64.
Ch. 110. See S. B. 225. Page 111.

Ch. 183, sec. 1. See S. B. 393. Page 248.
Session Laws of 1891 –

Ch. 110. See S. B. 350. Paga 36.
Laws of 1893–

Ch. 97. See S. B. 76. Page 47.

Ch. 97. See S. B. 80. Page 47.
Session Laws of 1893–

Ch. 77, sec. 7. See S. B. 252. Page 127.
Laws of 1897 —

Ch. 135. See S. B. 176. Page 47.
Ch. 179. See S. B. 261. Page 142.
Ch. 82, secs. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. See S. B. 286. Page 158.

Secs. 8, 9. See S. B. 204. Page 177.

Secs. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. See S. Bs. 358, 199. Pages 681, 67.
Session Laws of 1897 —

Ch. 82, secs. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7. See S. B. 411, Page 269.

Ch. 170. See S. B. 628. Page 631.
Session Laws of 1898

Ch. 31. See S. B. 261. Page 142.

Ch. 10, sec. 16. See S. B. 372. Page 225.
Laws of 1899 —

Ch. 176. See S. B. 261. Page 142.

Ch. 146, sec. 1. See S. B. 462. Page 294.
Session Laws of 1899 —
Ch. 141, secs. 2, 4. See S. B. 125. Page 63.

Sec. 14. See S. B. 266. Page 143.
Sec. 9. See 8. B. 386, Page 236.

Sec. 2. See S. B. 411. Page 294.
Ch. 261. See S. B. 248. Page 666.
Laws of 1901 –

Ch. 137. See S. B. 43. Page 33.
Ch. 223. See S. B. 76. Page 47.
Ch. 223, sec. 1. See S. B. 80. Page 47.
Ch. 127. See S. B. 275. Page 156.
Ch. 127. See S. B. 374. Page 225.

Ch. 223. See S. B. 656. Page 680.
Session Laws of 1901 —

Ch. 194. See S. B. 42. Page 35.
Ch. 182. See S. B. 48. Page 35.
Ch. 286, secs. 1, 2. See S. B. 144. Page 87.
Ch. 293 ( part of). See S. B. 208. Page 109.
Ch. 139, sec. 8. See S. B. 321. Page 179.

Sec. 2. See S. B. 323. Page 179.
Ch. 256. See 8. B. 324. Page 179.

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