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Schools, High, Established.

Cottonwood Falls, in Chase county. See S. B. 442. Page 286.
Cheyenne county. See S. B. 259. Page 142.
Decatur county. See S. B. 658. Page 694.
Douglas county. See S. B. 657. Page 694.
Rawlins county. See S. B. 647. Page 666.
Reno county. See S. B. 396. Page 249.
Stohrville township, Harper county. See S. B. 40. Page 35.

Wichita, Sedgwick county. See S. B. 77. Page 47.
Schools, Industrial Training.

Fixing levies therefor. See S. B. 8. Page 31.
School-district Officers.

Compensation of. See S. B. 402. Page 262.
Legalizing and validating the acts of district No. 4, Chase county. See S.

B. 492. Page 336.
School-fudd Commissioners.
Authorizing, to purchase refunding bonds of Salamanca township and city

of Columbus. See S. B. 522. Page 414.
To compromise bonded indebtedness of school district No. 1, Barber county.

See S. B. 381. Page 236.
To compromise bonded indebtedness of school district No. 2, Stevens

county. See S. B. 512. Page 413.
School, Girls' Industrial.

At Beloit, appropriation for. See S. B. 226. Page 111.
School Funds.
Regulating the investment of, of State Agricultural College, State Normal

School, and State University. See S. B. 151. Page 88.
Scott Township and City of Fort Scott.

Relating to building of roads in. See S. B. 305. Page 177.
School-land Certificates.

Extension of maturity of. See S. B. 150. Page 88.
School-land Sales.

See 8. B. 150. Page 88.
Shawnee County.

Fixing foes and salary of sheriff of. See S. B. 300. Page 177.
Relating to clerk hire in office of county clerk of. See S. B. 301. Page 177.
Authorizing Tecumseh township in, to purchase lands and buildings. See

S. B. 587. Page 542.
Relating to the payment of money to Tecumseh township in. See Ş. B. 587.

Page 542.
Relating to salary of county commissioners of. See S. B. 589. Page 543.
Shean, Carrie E.

Appointed stenographer Committee on Enrolled Bills. Page 43.
Sheen, Edgar.

Appointed page. Page 3.
Sheeler, D. W.

See S. B. 290. Page 158.
Sheldon, Chas. M.

Elected secretary of Senate. Page 1.
Sheriff.

Barber county, fees and salaries of. See S. B. 679. Page 845.
Butler county, fees and salaries of. See S. B. 622. Page 629.
Coffey county, foes and salaries of. See S. B. 671. Page 806.

Sheriff - continued :

Cloud county, fees and salaries of. See S. B. 613. Page 627.
Ellis county, fees and salaries of. See S. B. 638. Page 645.
Ellsworth county, fees and salaries of. See 8. B. 614. Page 628.
Finney county, fees and salaries of. See 8. B. 637. Page 645.
Geary county, fees and salaries of. See S. B. 488. Page 336.
Kiowa county, fees and salaries of. See S. B. 189. Page 101.
Lincoln county, fees and salaries of. See S. B. 615. Page 628.
Lion county, fees and salaries of. See S. B. 621. Page 629.
Miami county, fees and salaries of. See S. B. 582. Page 531.
Ottawa county, fees and salaries of. See S. B. 682. Page 904
Pottawatomie county, fees and salaries of. See S. B. 641. Page 646.
Reno county, fees and salaries of. See S. B. 315. Page 187.
Saline county, fees and salaries of. See S. B. 611. Page 627.
Sedgwick county, fees and salaries of. See S. B. 629. Page 631.
Shawnee county, fees and salaries of. S. Bs. 300, 386. Pages 177, 236.
Stafford county, fees and salaries of. See S. B. 126. Page 630.
Wabaunsee county, fees and salaries of. See S. B. 639. Page 645.
Relating to, in times of lynching and other mob violence. See 8. B. 541.

Page 425.
Relating to deputy hire of, of Graham county. See S. B. 606. Page 556.
Sherman County,

Relating to roads and highways in. See S. B. 534. Page 422. Shawnee County. Granting the right of way over a certain strip of land to cross the Insane

Asylum grounds at Topeka in. See 8. B. 239. Page 126. Register of deeds, excess fees of. See S. B. 479. Page 317. Short, W. G.

Appointed assistant doorkeeper. Page 3. Shippers.

Grain, hay, feed, protection of. See 8. B. 263. Page 142. Sidewalks. Relating to and providing for the construction and payment of, in cities of

the second class. See S. B. 210. Page 110. Relating to and providing for the building and repairing of, in cities of the

first class. See S. B. 306. Page 177. Simons, H. C.

Appointed clerk of Committee on Printing. Page 43. Simmons, Mrs. Pauline.

Elected assistant document clark. Page 2. Sinking-fund. Application of, of Harmon township, Sumner county. See S. B. 599. Page

544.
Empowering city of McCune, Crawford county, to transfer money to. See

S. B. 107. Page 62.
Simons, Robt. T., Senator, District No. 28.

(Sumner county.) Announces appointment of H. C. Simons clerk of the Printing Committee.

Page 43. Bills introduced byProviding for the establishment, erection and construction of a state

fish hatchery. See S. B. 92. Page 49. Providing for the appointment of a state fish and game commissioner.

See 8. B. 93. Page 49.

Simons, Robt. T.-continued :
Bills introduced by -
Authorizing the Executive Council to provide for the construction of

a vault for the insurance department of the state. See S. B. 182.

Page 100.
Relating to cities of the second class, and providing for appeals from

the police court of. See S. B. 183. Page 100.
Vacating certain portions of New Caldwell. See S. B. 347. Page 197.
Relating to illegal practice of lawyers. See S. B. 472. Page 316.
Providing for sinking-fund for Harmon township. See S. B. 599.

Page 545.
Relating to changing the name of Hattie M. Buck. See S. B. 661.

Page 695.
Committee assignments -

To inform governor legislature is organized. S. C. R. No. 1. Page 4.
Elections. Page 41.
Assessment and Taxation. Page 41.
Municipal Indebtedness. Page 41.
Insurance. Page 41.
Charitable Institutions. Page 41.
Printing. Page 41.
Engrossed Bills. Page 41.
Legislative Apportionment. Page 41.

To pass on local House bills. Page 268.
Petitions presented by-
S. P. 4, To-amond Revised Statutes, providing what shall constitute

grand larceny. Page 84.
Resolutions offered by-
8. C. R. 1, Appointing committee to wait on governor and inform him

that the legislature is duly organized. Page 4. S. R. 20, Relating to the closing of the Senate chamber entrance under

arch. Page 24.
S. R. 32, Relating to printing 200 copies of the standing committees.

Page 45.
S. R. 43, Relating to furnishing senators copies of bills under "Gen.

eral Orders." Page 149.
S. R. 49, Relating to printing all concurrent and joint resolutions pro-

posing to amend the constitution. Page 193. S. C. R. 39, Relating to exhibition of Kansas historical relics at St.

Louis fair. Page 1072. Slap der. Defining the offense and providing punishment for. See S. B. 311. Page

178. Slot machines.

Prohibiting the manufacture and sale of. See S. B. 353. Page 198.

Prohibiting the operation of. See S. B. 433. Page 278. Smith, F. Dumont, Senator, District No. 38. (Counties of Edwards, Ness, Hodgeman, Rush, Pawnee, Lane, Scott, Wich

ita, Greeley, Hamilton, Kearny, Finney, Haskell, Grant, Stanton,

Morton, Stevens, and Seward.)
Announces appointment of Edgar Roberts clerk of Committee on Judiciary.

Page 59.
Announces appointment of C. E. Baker stenographer Committee on Ju-

diciary. Page 59.
Bills introduced by --
Providing for an apartment of applied zoology in the State Agricul.

tural College. See S. B. 57. Page 45.

Smith, F. Dumont-continued :
Bills introduced by.
Providing for the examination of county treasurers and establishing

office of state examiner and deputies and fixing their compen

sation. See S. B. 58. Page 45.
Authorizing county commissioners of Finney county to issue bonds.

See 8. B. 59. Page 45.
Relating to wages of clerks, mechanics, laborers, and servants. See

S. B. 59. Page 45.
Creating court of conciliation, defining the jurisdiction and powers

thereof. See S. B. 61. Page 45.
Defining and regulating the practice of optometry and creating

board of examiners. See S. B. 62. Page 45. Relating to suits against the state of Kansas. See S. B. 63. Page 46. Encouraging the cultivation and production of sugar-beets and mak.

ing appropriation therefor. See S. B. 64. Page 46.
Relating to annual meetings in certain school districts. See S. B 65.

Page 46.
For the relief of W. J. Ross, and granting him pension. See S. B. 66.

Page 46.
For the relief of G. L. Matthews. See S. B. 67. Page 46.
Relating to suffrage ; being an act giving women the right to vote for

presidential electors. See S. B. 68. Page 46.
Relating to the bonds of certain county officers. See S. B. 69. Page 46.
Relating to appeals made from surveys made by county surveyor. See

S. B. 126. Page 63.
Regulating the investment of the permanent school fund of the State

Agricultural College, State Normal School, and State University.

See S. B. 151. Page 88.
Vacating certain additions and lots in Jetmore, Kan. See S. B. 152.

Page 88.
Regulating express companies and prohibiting certain contracts. See

S. B. 153. Page 88.
Amending section 3087, General Statutes of 1901, relating to partition

fences. See S. B. 154. Page 88.
Vacating certain streets and alloys in Diesem's addition to Garden

City. See S. B. 171. Page 99.
Vacating Paul Jones's addition to the city of Garden City. See S. B.

172. Page 99.
Empowering the county commissioners of Ness county to levy special

tax, See S. B. 173. Page 89. For the relief of F. C. and G. A. Borthwick. See S. B. 174. Page 99. Providing law-books for the justices of the supreme court and appro.

priating money therefor. See S. B. 211. Page 402. Providing for the right to purchase a voting-machine by the state and

for the manufacture thereof and supply to voting precincts. See

S. B. 231. Page 125.
Prescribing the boundaries of Montezuma township and Ingalls town-

ship, Gray county, Kansas. See S. B. 232. Page 125.
Amending section 6129 of the General Statutes of Kansas of 1901. See

S. B. 233. Page 125.
Amending sections 6424, 6425, and 6426, General Statutes of Kansas of

1901. See S. B. 254. Page 142.
Providing for sentence of persons convicted of certain felonies. See

S. B. 274. Page 156.
Amending and repealing section 5686 of the General Statutes of 1901.

See S. B. 275. Page 156.
Amending and repealing chapter 80, section 49, General Statutes 1901.

See S. B. 276. Page 156.

Smith, F. Dumont-continued :
Bills introduced by -

Establishing juvenile court. See S. B. 308. Page 177.
Parole of prisoners. See S. B. 309. Page 177.
Deposit of county funds. See S. B. 310. Page 178.
Defining offense of slander. See S. B. 311. Page 178.
Relating to licenses. See S. B. 312. Page 178.
Amending section 7100, General Statutes of 1901. See S. B. 313. Page

178.
Amending an act relative to fixing commissioner districts in the

several counties of the state of Kansas. See S. B. 340. Page 197. Relating to roads in Pawnee county. See. S. B. 365. Page 224. Relating to disposition of stocks of merchandise. See S. B. 366. Page

224.
Relating to destruction of dead animals. See 8. B. 367. Page 224.
Relating to corporations engaged in the surety bonding business.

See S. B. 368. Page 224.
Relief of destitute soldiers. See S. B. 369. Page 224.
Disorganization of school districts. See S. B. 370. Page 224.
Vacating Fairview addition to the city of Jetmore. See S. B. 371.

Page 224.
Amending section 16, chapter 10, Laws of 1898. See S. B. 372. Page

224.
Repealing an act relating to private corporations. See S. Bs. 373.

374. Page 224.
Amending an act providing for the salary of certain officers. See S.

B. 392. Page 248.
Concerning cooperative societies. See S. B. 394. Page 249.
Amending an act providing for holding elections. See S. B. 393. Page

248.
Transfer of certain money in Hodgeman county. See S. B. 421. Page

269.
Vacation of a part of Brown's Grove, Pawnee county. See S. B. 422.

Page 269.
Vacating blocks 3, 4, and 94, in Burdett, Pawnee county. See S. B.

423. Page 270.
Appropriation for Executive Council. See S. B. 424. Page 270.
Relating to telephone line for Grant county. See S. B. 425. Page 270.
Relating to telephone line for Morton county. See S. B. 426. Page 270.
Relating to telephone line for Stanton county. See S. B. 427. Page 270.
Relating to telephone line for Stevens county. See S. B. 428. Page 270.
Relating to Industrial School for Girls, at Beloit. See S. B. 450. Page

293.
Amending section 4967, General Statutes of 1901. See S. B. 451. Page

293.
Relating to telegraph companies. See S. B. 452. Page 293.
Relating to printing Kansas supreme court reports. See S. B. 473.

Page 316.
Relating to cities of the second class. See 8. B. 474. Page 316.
Fixing salaries of justices of supreme court. See S. B. 511. Page 413.
Relating to bonded indebtedness of school district No. 2, in Stevens

county. See S. B. 512. Page 414.
Erection of bridge in Hodgeman county, See S. B. 513. Page 413.
Enlarging jurisdiction of justices of the peace in replevin cases. See

S. B. 514. Page 413.
Protection of quail, Hamilton county. See S. B. 515. Page 413.
Changing the boundaries of school districts 5, 20, 23, and 25, Greeley

county. See S. B. 529. Page 422.

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