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Senator Simons introduced Senate resolution No. 32, as follows:

Resolved, That the sergeant-at-arms be instructed to have printed 200 copies of the standing committees for use of the members.

The resolution was adopted.

Senator Findlay introduced Senate resolution No. 33, follows:

Resolved, That the sergeant-at-arms be directed to procure & suitable chair for the lieutenant-governor's office. The resolution was adopted.

INTRODUCTION OF BILLS. By Senator Vincent: Senate bill No. 56, An act to enable Peters township, in Kingman county, Kansas, to erect a township hall, furnishing and locating the same, and conferring power on township board to issue bonds to pay for the same, and to provide for an election upon petition to vote upon said proposition.

By Senator Smith : Senate bill No. 57, An act to create an apartment of applied zoology in the State Agricultural College Experiment Station, and to provide for the destruction of prairie-dogs and gophers, and appropriating money therefor.

Also, Senate bill No. 58, An act to provide for the examination of the office of county treasurer, establishing the office of state examiner and deputies, fixing their compensation, and repealing sections 1695, 1996, 1699 and 1700 of the General Statutes of 1901.

Also, Senate bill No. 59, An act authorizing the board of county commissioners of Finney county, Kansas, to issue bonds for the purpose of funding the outstanding warrants existing against said county prior to January 15, 1903.

Also, Senate bill No. 60, An act in relation to wages of clerks, mechanics, laborers, and servants, and to provide for the collection thereof.

Also, Senate bill No. 61, An act creating a court of conciliation, defining the jurisdiction and powers thereof, and providing for proceedings and procedure therein.

Also, Senate bill No. 62, An act to define and regulate the practice of optometry and for the creation of a board of examiners in optometry.

Also, Senate bill No. 63, An act to provide for suits against the state of Kansas.

Also, Senate bill No. 64, An act to encourage the cultivation and production of sugar-beets and making an appropriation therefor.

Also, Senate bill No. 65, An act to amend section 6251 of the General Statutes of 1901, relating to the annual meeting in certain school districts.

Also, Senate bill No. 66, An act for the relief of W. J. Ross, and granting him a pension on account of permanent disabilities received while working on the capitol.

Also, Senate bill No. 67, An act for the relief of G. L. Matthews.

Also, Senate bill No. 68. An act relating to suffrage, being an act to give women the right to vote for presidential electors.

Also, Senate bill No. 69, An act relating to the bonds of certain county officers, and amending sections 1656, 1678, 1740 and 1791 of the General Statutes of 1901.

By Senator Codding: Senate bill No. 70, An act providing for the issue of annual reports by the State Horticultural Society, fixing the number of copies, the number of pages, and style of binding.

Also, Senate bill No. 71, An act relating to accreted lands, islands and lands formed by the recession of the waters of navigable streams, defining the ownership, and providing for the sale thereof.

By Senator Branine: Senate bill No. 72, An act amend. atory of and supplemental to an act entitled "An act to provide for the organization, government and compensation of the militia of the state of Kansas, to prescribe the duties of certain officers thereof, to provide for the public defense, to create certain penalties, and repeal all acts and parts of acts in conflict therewith."

By Senator Pestana : Senate bill No. 73, An act making appropriation to the Florence Crittenden mission, of Topeka, for current expenses and for the erection and equipment of a hospital.

By Senator Morehouse: Senate bill No. 74, An act to amend section 20, chapter 52, of the General Statutes of 1897, the same being section 13 of chapter 36 of the General Statutes of 1868.

Also, Senate bill No. 75, An act regulating the practice in divorce cases, and providing for the appointment of an attorney to appear in behalf of the absent defendant and for the compensation of such attorney.

By Senator Tapp: Senate bill No. 76, An act for the protection of birds, providing at what seasons birds may be shot, providing for the number of birds that may be shot in one day, to prohibit the sale and shipment of birds, prescribing a punishment for the violation of this act, and to repeal chapter 167 of the Laws of 1872, chapter 45 of the General Statutes of 1889, chapter 97 of the Laws of 1893, chapter 135 of the Laws of 1897, chapter 223 of the Laws of 1901, chapter 164 of the General Statutes of 1897, and chapter 15 of the General Statutes of 1901, and all acts in conflict therewith.

Also, Senate bill No. 77, An act to authorize and empower the board of education of the city of Wichita, in the county of Sedgwick and state of Kansas, to issue and sell bonds for the purpose of buying site and erecting, furnishing and equipping a high-school building thereon, and to levy and collect taxes for payment thereof and for the support and maintenance of said school.

Also, Senate bill No. 78, An act to provide for the safety of workmen on buildings and prescribing penalty for the violation of the provisions of this act.

By Senator Morrow: Senate bill No. 79, An act to provide for the levy and collection of a county fund for the support of the common schools of the several counties of the state of Kansas and to direct the mode of its distribution among the school districts.

Also, Senate bill No. 80, An act to amend section 1, chapter 135, Laws of 1897, entitled "An act for the protection of birds, providing at what seasons birds may be shot, to prohibit the sale and shipment of birds, prescriping a pun. ishment for the violation of this act, and to repeal chapter 167 of the Laws of 1872, chapter 45 of the General Statutes of 1889, and chapter 97 of the Laws of 1893, and all acts in conflict herewith,” as amended by chapter 223 of the Laws of 1901, and to repeal section 1 of such chapter 223.

By Senator Carpenter: Senate bill No. 81, An act to amend sections 1 and 2 of chapter 129 of the Session Laws of 1885, entitled "An act to create a state and local boards of health and regulate the practice of medicine in the state of Kansas.

By Senator Cubbison : Senate bill No. 82, An act to repeal sections 32, 33, 45 and 46 of chapter 23, General Statutes of 1868.

Also, Senate bill No. 83, An act relating to domestic private corporations.

Also, Senate bill No. 84, An act concerning life insurance and relating to proceedings to recover policies issued by life-insurance companies.

Also, Senate bill No. 85, A bill for the passage of an act empowering the county commissioners of Wyandotte county, Kansas, to improve and maintain a public highway between a point on the Reidy road and a point where the territorial road No. 6 intersects the Parallel road, in Wyandotte township, in said county.

Also, Senate bill No. 86, An act to amend section 1 of chapter 102 of the Session Laws of 1901, entitled "An act providing for the organization, regulation and dissolution of corporations for the establishment and maintenance of cemeteries in or adjacent to cities of the first class having a population of over 50,000 inhabitants."

Also, Senate bill No. 87, An act to control the forfeiture of life insurance policies.

Also, Senate bill No. 88, An act relating to admission of foreign trust companies to do a general trust-company business in this state.

Also, Senate bill No. 89, An act relating to the admission of foreign corporations to do business in this state.

Also, Senate bill No. 90, An act concerning fire insurance companies.

Also, Senate bill No. 91, An act to regulate the practice of the barber profession, creating a state board of examination and inspection commissioners, to prevent the spreading of contagious diseases, levying of fees, and prescribing penalties for violation of this act.

By Senator Simons: Senate bill No. 92, An act providing for the establishment, erection and construction of a state fish hatchery, providing for the purchasing of not to exceed twenty acres of ground, and the appointment of a superintendent and assistant superintendent of state hatchery, and making appropriation for the purchasing of said real estate and the building, erection and construction of said hatchery, and appropriation for the salary of said superintendent and assistant superintendent.

Also, Senate bill No. 93, An act providing for the appointment of a state fish and game commissioner and deputies, defining their duties, and for the protection of game and propagation of fish, making appropriations therefor, providing penalties for its violation, and repealing all acts and parts of acts in conflict herewith.

By Senator White: Senate bill No. 94, An act to legalize certain acts and votes.

By Senator Branine : Senate bill No. 95, An act relating to suretyship upon the bonds of state officers and employees, and the officers of any county, city, township, school district or board of education within this state, and providing for the payment of the cost thereof.

By Senator Wulfekuhler: Senate bill No. 96, An act providing for the appointment of chief examiner of stationary engineers and firemen and defining his duties, and relating to the licensing of stationary engineers and firemen, in the interest of the public safety.

Also, Senate bill No. 97, An act concerning child labor, prohibiting the employment in factories, workshops and mines of persons under fourteen years of age, and regulating the employment in other occupations or places of persons under sixteen years of age.

By Senator Stewart: Senate bill No. 98, An act concerning private corporations and authorizing them to decrease the amount of their capital stock.

Also, Senate bill No. 99, An act in relation to criminal procedure and authorizing the amendment of complaints

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