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Thirteenth Biennial Report State Board of Agriculture.

Appropriation for. See S. Bs. 127, 672. Pages 63, 824. Thompson, L. H.

Attorney in contest case, Hamilton vs. Geiger. See Contest Cases. Thomas County.

Relating to salary of under-sheriff of. See 8. B. 645. Page 665. Thornton, Tru.

Changing name to Tru Heckman. See S. B. 660. Page 695. Thrashers.

Relating to. See S. B. 506. Page 345. Topeka Insane Asylum.

Appropriation for. See 8. B. 441. Page 285.

Committee to investigate. See S. R. 59. Page 507. Townships.

Relating to city courts in Kansas City township. See S. B. 566. Page 493. Township Boards.

Americus township, Lyon county, to issue bonds. See S. B. 526. Page 415.
Elm township, in Morris county, to issue bonds. See S. B. 443. Page 286.

Humboldt township, authorized to lease lands. See S. B. 574. Page 520. Township Halls.

Peters township. See S. B. 56. Page 45.
Kingman township. See S. B. 431. Page 270.

Elm Creek township. See S. B. 443. Page 286.
Township Officers.

Relating to suretyship on bonds of. See S. B. 595. Page 49.

Providing for the election of. See S. B. 322. Page 179. Township Road Overseers.

Providing for the appointment of. See S. B. 195. Page 102. Township Trustees.

Limiting powers of. See S. B. 156. Page 88.

Prescribing additional duties of. See S. B. 222. Page 111. Track Scales.

Providing for, at public elevators and warehouses. See S. B. 177. Page 99. Trade marks.

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

Prohibiting giving rebates on. See S. B. 542. Page 425. Traveling Public.

Promoting the safety of. See S. Bs. 102, 560. Pages 50, 473. Travis, Frank L.

Appointed aide-de-camp. Page 1028.

Confirmed aide-de-camp. Page 1030. Treasurer of State.

Authorized to designate fiscal agency. See S. B. 196. Page 102. Treadway, J. S.

Elected Journal clerk. Page 2. Treasurers, County. Chautauqua county, authorized to invest sinking-fund. See S. B. 489. Page

336. Providing state examiners of. See S. B. 58. Page 45.

Treasurers, County - continued :
Shawnee county, authorized to pay money to school district No. 7, Tecum.

seh township. See S. B. 587. Page 542.
Fees and salaries of -

Morris county. See S. B. 184. Page 100.
Reno county. See S. B. 315. Page 178.
Sedgwick county. See S. B. 125. Page 63.

Wabaunsee county. See 8. B. 461. Page 294.
Trespass.

Prohibiting, along public highways. See S. B. 548. Page 437. Trimming of Hedges.

Providing for, along public highways. See S. B. 255. Page 142. Truant Officers. Providing for the appointment of, and defining rights, duties, and compen

sation. See S. B. 200. Page 102. Trust Companies.

Defining their powers and duties. See S. B. 13. Page 32. Trustees, County High School.

Election of. See S. B. 532. Page 424. Tulloss, J. O.

Appointed regent State Agricultural College. Page 1115.

Confirmed regent State Agricultural College, Page 1117. Tyler, James.

Appointed assistant janitor. Page 1. Twine Plant at Penitentiary.

Appropriation for. See S. B. 463. Page 294. United States Flag.

To prevent the desecration of. See S. B. 142. Page 87.
United States Senator.

Chester I, Long nominated. Page 137.
Chester I. Long elected. Page 139.

W. A. Harris nominated. Page 137.
Under-sheriff.

Anderson county, fixing fees and salary of. Seo S. B. 610. Page 625.
Gove county, fixing fees and salary of. See S. B. 646. Page 665.
Jackson county, fixing fees and salary of. See 8. B. 618. Page 628.
Jefferson county, fixing fees and salary of. See S. B. 618. Page 628.
Lyon county, fixing fees and salary of. See S. B. 625. Page 630.
Phillips county, fixing fees and salary of. See S. B. 666. Page 765.

Thomas county, fixing fees and salary of. See S. B. 645. Page 665.
University of Kansas.
Appropriating certain money for the support of, and for sundry improve.

ments. See S. B. 180. Page 100. Appropriating money for building and equipping a gymnasium. See 8. B.

180. Page 100.
Appropriating money for making certain improvements. See S. B. 434.

Page 278.
Union Soldiers and Sailors.

Exempting homesteads of, from taxation. See S. B. 111. Page 62.
Union Military Scrip.
Providing for the payment of, held by F. O. Black. See 8. Bs. 240, 632.

Pages 12€, 632.

Usury.

Prohibiting. See S. B. 415. Page 269.
Unincorporated Villages.

See S. B. 453. Page 295.
Vacating.

Brown's Grove, Pawnee county. See $. B. 422. Page 269.
Burdett, blocks 3, 4, 94, in. See S. B. 423. Page 270.
Baldwin City, Indiana street in. See S. B. 491. Page 336.
Council Grove, Columbia street in. See S. B. 667. Page 766.
Downs, city of, vacating certain portions of Huff's addition. See S. B. 616.

Page 628.
Diamond and Fone's addition to city of Lyons, certain streets and alleys

in. See S. B. 507. Page 345.
Dwight, certain portions of. See 8. B. 186. Page 101.
Garden City, Diesem's addition in. See S. B. 171. Page 99.
Garden City, Paul Jones's addition. See S, B. 172. Page 99.
Hanover, certain blocks, streets and alleys in. See S. B. 405. Page 264.
Haddam City, Cartwright's addition. See S. B. 303. Page 177.
Jetmore, Fairview addition. See S. B. 371. Page 225.
Le Roy, certain streets and alloys in. See S. B. 109. Page 62.
Lyons, certain streets and alleys in Gem and Hutchison's additions. See

S. B. 245. Page 126.
New Caldwell, certain portions of. See S. B. 347. Page 197.
Newton, Dexter's addition. See S. B. 286. Page 158.
Pratt, certain additions to. See S. B. 344. Page 197.
Portions of Kansas City addition. See S. Bs. 467, 468. Page 308.
Rawlins county, certain portions of town site of Achilles. See S. B. 584.

Page 541.
Streets and alleys in Murdock, Kingman county. See S. B. 564. Page 474.

Wilson, certain portions of. See S. B. 213. Page 110.
Vandegrift, F. L.

Appointed clerk of Committee on Public Health. Page 60.
Vault.
Providing for the construction and equipment of, for state department of

insurance. See S. B. 182. Page 100.
Veale, Hon. Geo. W.

Thanks of Senate to. Page 7.
Ventilation.

B. F. Mears elected superintendent of. Page 2.

E. B. Getchell elected assistant superintendent of. Page 2.
Verdigris River.

Relating to bridge for. See S. B. 600. Page 545.
Veterinary Surgeons.

Regulating the business of. See S. B. 379. Page 235.
Viets, Emma M.

Resignation tendered. Page 29.
Villages, Unincorporated.

Relating to streets, parks, etc., in. See S, B. 453. Page 295.
Vincent, Reuben.

Appointed Trustee State Charities and Corrections. Page 182.
Confirmed Trustee State Charities and Corrections. Page 182.

Vincent, Frank, Senator, District No. 36.

(Reno county.)
Announces appointment of Charles Mapes clerk of Committee on Penal In-

stitutions. Page 42.
Bills introduced by -
To enable Peters township, Kingman county, to erect a township hall.

See S. B. 56. Page 45.
Protecting trade-marks. See S. B. 102. Page 50.
Providing for the licensing of practicing auctioneers, creating board

of examiners, defining powers and duties of board, and pro-

viding compensation for members. See S. B. 121. Page 63.
Making appropriation for improvements at Kansas State Industrial

Reformatory. See S. B. 143. Page 87.
Authorizing the refunding of the legally existing bonded indebted.

ness of disorganized and merged school districts. See S. B. 202.

Page 103.
Regulating the practice of dentistry, providing penalties for the vio-

lation thereof. See S. B. 226. Page 111.
Creating a state fair association and providing for its location, estab-

lishment, and operation, and appropriating funds for its mainte-

nance. See S. B. 253. Page 127.
Relating to the protection of shippers of grain, seeds, and hay. See

S. B. 283. Page 142.
Amending sections 1 and 3, chapter 209, Session Laws of 1895. See S.

B. 285. Page 158.
Relating to fees, salary, clerk hire of county officers of Reno county.

See S. B. 315. Page 178.
Changing time of annual meeting of school district No. 30, Pratt

county. See 8. B. 344. Page 197.
Vacating certain additions in the town of Pratt, Pratt county, Kan-

sas. See S. B. 344. Page 197.
Relating to Reno county high school. See S. B. 396. Page 249.
Erection of township hall for Kingman township. See S. B. 431. Page

270.
Erection of court-house and jail in Kingman county. See S. B. 482.

Page 318.
Declaring Kingman county a herd-law county. Sce S. B. 501. Page

344.
Disorganizing school district No. 19, Kingman county. See S. B. 502.

Page 344.
Vacating certain streets and alleys in Murdock. See S. B. 564. Page

474.
Fixing compensation of county commissioners of Pratt county. See

S. B. 570. Page 496.
Changing the name of Zella D. McCurtain. See S. B. 617. Page 628.
Relating to the office of probate judge of Kingman county. See S. B.

659. Page 695.
Authorizing the Central Kansas Fair Association to police its grounds.

See S. B. 680. Page 846.
Committee assignments -

Ways and Moans. Page 41.
Railroads. Page 41.
Charitable Institutions. Page 41.
Penal Institutions. Page 41.
Printing Page 41.
Appointed conferee on S. B. 435. Page 799.

Appointed conferee on S. B. 441. Page 972.
Resolutions offered by —
8. R. 96, Relatig to number of Senate Journal to be printed. Page

1125.

Ward,

Vining, James.

Appointed guard to cloak-room. Page 3.
Voting-machine.
Providing for the purchase of right to use, for the manufacture thereof and

supply to voting precincts, and appropriation for same. See S. B. 231.

Page 125.
Wabaunsee County.

Register of deeds, excess fees of. See S. B. 479. Page 317.
Relating to fees and salary of sheriff of. See S. B. 639. Page 645.
Relating to the protection of river banks and water ways in Maple Hill

and Kaw townships. See S. B. 676. Page 845.
Wages.

See S. B. 60. Page 45.
Walker, Richard L.

Adjournment of Senate as mark of respect to. See page 436.
Walgren, Eric E.

Making an appropriation for. See S. B. 179. Page 100.

Walter.

Appointed clerk to Senator Ward. Page 85.
Ward, Richard B., Senator, District No. 32.

(Cloud and Republic counties.)
Announces appointment of Walter Ward clerk. Page 85.
Announces appointment of F. W. Sturges stenographer committee on

Charitable Institutions. Page 130.
Bills introduced by —

Providing for a standard fire-insurance policy. See S. B, 256. Page 142.
Relating to the purchase of real estate sold for taxes. See S. B. 331.

Page 194.
Relating to the city of Belleville. See 8. B. 362. Page 224.
Relating to auctioneers. See S. B. 471. Page 316.
Prohibiting making exclusive agency or sale contracts. See S. B. 551.

Page 441.
Relating to bridge across the Republican river. See S. B. 609. Page

624.
Relating to ditch to carry away the overflow water from School

creek, in Scandia township. See S. B. 612. Page 627.
Relating to fees and salary of sheriff of Cloud cogaty. See S. B. 613.

Page 627.
Authorizing the city of Concordia to issue bonds. See S. B. 643. Page

665,
Committee assignments —

Fees, Salaries and Mileage. Page 41.
Penal Institutions. Page 41.
Charitable Institutions. Page 41.
Public Buildings. Page 42.
Appointed member special committee to investigate the International

Harvester Company. Page 84.
Resolutions offered by
S. C. R. 7, Appointing a committee from the House and Senate to in-

vestigate the International Harvester Company. Page 50.,
S. R. 25, Extending vote of thanks to employees of State Penitentiary

for bravery during mutiny. Page 436.
S. R. 74, Relating to dismissal of Senate employees who desire to go

home. Page 956.
S. R. 92, Tendering vote of thanks to T. A. Wiseman, assistant secre-

tary of the Senate. Page 1101.

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