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INTRODUCTION OF ORIGINAL MOTIONS AND RESOLUTIONS.

Senator Pestana introduced Senate resolution No. 66, as follows:

Resolved, That the further printing of local bills for the use of the Senate be dispensed with.

The resolution was adopted.

Senator Pestana moved that all local bills in the hands of the printer be recalled.

The motion prevailed.

INTRODUCTION OF BILLS.

By Senator Ward : Senate bill No. 643, An act to authorize the city of Concordia, Kan., to vote and issue bonds for the purpose of purchasing lots in said city and building thereon an auditorium for public use.

On motion of Senator Ward, an emergency was declared, the rules suspended, and Senate bill No. 643 was placed on second reading.

Senate bill No. 643 was read and referred to the committee of the whole. By Senator Caldwell: Senate bill No. 644, An act re

: quiring railroad companies to furnish transportation for certain live-stock shippers.

On motion of Senator Caldwell, an emergency was declared, the rules suspended, and Senate bill No. 644 was placed on second reading.

Senate bill No. 644 was read and referred to the Committee on Railroads.

By Senator Buschow: Senate bill No. 645, An act to provide for the payment of the under-sheriff in Thomas county, Kansas.

On motion of Senator Buschow, an emergency was declared, the rules suspended, and Senate bill No. 645, was placed on second reading. Senate bill No. 645 was read a second time.

On motion of Senator Buschow, the rules were suspended, and Senate bill No. 645 was placed with other local bills on third reading.

By Senator Buchow: Senate bill No 646, An act to provide for the payment of the under-sheriff in Gove county, Kansas,

. On motion of Senator Buschow, an emergency was declared, the rules suspended, and Senate bill No. 646 was placed on second reading. Senate bill No. 646 was read a second time.

On motion of Senator Buschow, the rules were suspended, and Senate bill No. 646 was placed with other local bills on third reading.

By Senator Buschow: Senate bill No. 647, An act to authorize the establishment and maintenance of a county high school in Rawlins county, Kansas.

On motion of Senator Buschow, an emergency was declared, the rules suspended, and Senate bill No. 647 was placed on second reading.

Senate bill No. 647 was read and referred to the committee of the whole.

By Senator Conrad: Senate bill No. 648, An act to repeal chapter 261 of the Session Laws of Kansas of 1899, relating to levy of taxes in the city of Independence, Kaņ.

On motion of Senator Conrad, an emergency was declared, the rules suspended, and Senate bill No. 648 was placed on second reading. Senate bill No. 648 was read a second time.

On motion of Senator Conrad, the rules were suspended, and Senate bill No. 648 was placed with other local bills on third reading.

By Senator Wulfekuhler: Senate bill No. 649, An act to provide for the establishment and maintenance of a home and a hospital at Leavenworth, Kan., for the care and pro. tection of the aged and orphaned belonging to the colored race of Kansas and making an appropriation for the same.

On motion of Senator Wulfekubler, an emergency was declared, the rules suspended, and Senate bill No. 649 was placed on second reading.

Senate bill No. 649 was read and referred to the Committee on Ways and Means.

By Senator White: Senate bill No. 650, An act to repeal chapter 225 of the Session Laws of 1901.

On motion of Senator White, an emergency was de. clared, the rules suspended, and Senate bill No. 650 was placed on second reading.

Senate bill No. 650 was read and referred to the Committee on Agriculture.

By Senator Cubbison : Senate bill No. 651, An act to establish the salaries of judges of the district courts in judi. cial districts containing and in which is situated a city of the first class.

On motion of Senator Cubbison, an emergency was declared, the rules suspended, and Senate bill No. 651 was placed on second reading.

Senate bill No. 651 was read and referred to the Committee on Cities of the First Class.

By Senator Cubbison : Senate bill No. 652, An act relating to the maintenance of telegraph stations in cities of the first class containing 50,000 inhabitants and delivering messages therefrom to the inhabitants thereof.

On motion of Senator Cubbison, an emergency was declared, the rules suspended, and Senate bill No. 652 was placed on second reading.

Senate bill No. 652 was read and referred to the Committee on Cities of the First Class.

By Senator Morehouse: Senate bill No. 653, An act to enable the town of Dwight, in Morris county, Kansas, to incorporate and organize as a city of the third class.

On motion of Senator Morehouse, an emergency was declared, the rules suspended, and Senate bill No. 653 was placed on second reading. Senate bill No. 653 was read a second time.

On motion of Senator Morehouse, the rules were suspended, and Senate bill No. 653 was placed with other local bills on third reading.

By Senator Conrad (by request ): Senate bill No. 654, An act amending section 2 of chapter 55 of the Session Laws of 1895, being “An act authorizing cities of the second-class to purcbase, procure, provide, contract for and construct water-works, electric light and gas plants, and to issue bonds for the indebtedness created thereby," and repealing the original section so amended.

By Senator Sponable: Senate bill No. 655, An act authorizing the board of education of the city of Olathe, Johnson county, Kansas, to issue bonds to refund its floating indebtedness, and prescribing the conditions of such issue.

On motion of Senator Sponable, an emergency was declared, the rules suspended, and Senate bill No. 655 was placed on second reading. Senate bill No. 655 was read a second time.

On motion of Senator Sponable, the rules were suspended, and Senate bill No. 655 was placed with other local bills on third reading.

SECOND READING AND REFERENCE OF BILLS. House bill No. 94, An act providing for holding terms of the district court at the cities of Winfield and Arkansas City, in Cowley county, Kansas, and to repeal all acts or parts of acts in conflict with this act.

Referred to the Committee on Judicial Apportionment.

Substitute for House bill No. 362, An act making appropriations to the State Agricultural College for the erection and equipment of certain buildings, construction of water plant, for the purchase of lands, for maintenance, current expenses, and repairs, for the fiscal years ending June 30, 1903, June 30, 1904, and June 30, 1905, and to provide for fees to be charged students at said Agricultural College.

Substitute for House bill No. 774, An act making an appropriation to George H. Evans for money due him as interest paid on state warrants.

House bill No. 827, An act relating to the State Penitentiary, and making appropriations for the fiscal years ending June 30, 1904, and June 30, 1905, and for the balance of the fiscal year ending June 30, 1903.

Referred to the Committee on Ways and Means.

House bill No. 37, An act fixing the salaries of justices of the supreme court.

Referred to the Committee on Fees, Salaries and Mileage.

House bill No. 178, An act relating to public parks, parkways and boulevards for cities of the first class having a population of 50,000 or more.

Referred to the Committee on Cities of the First Class.

House bill No. 192, An act for the protection of antelopes.

Referred to the Committee on Agriculture.

House bill No. 231, An act to authorize townships to levy a special road tax.

Referred to the Committee on Assessment and Taxation.

House bill No. 397, An act to amend section 1 of chap. ter 81 of the Laws of 1889, relating to curbing, guttering, paving, macadamizing, or grading, or recurbing, reguttering, repairing, remacadamizing or regrading streets, lanes and avenues and alleys or any parts thereof, or building or constructing any sewer, for yhich a special tax is to be levied in cities of the first class, and repealing said original section.

Referred to the Committee on Cities of the First Class.

House bill No. 509, An act amending section 3404 of the General Statutes of Kansas for 1901, in relation to insurance, and repealing said section 3404.

Referred to the Committee on Insurance.

House bill No. 551, An act providing for a state architect, and repealing sections 1 to 16, inclusive, of chapter 160 of the Session Laws of 1891.

Referred to the Committee on State Affairs.

House bill No. 593, An act amendatory of section 13, chapter 159, of the Laws of 1897.

House bill No. 598, An act to amend section 1 of chapter 142 of the Session Laws of 1872, and to repeal said original section.

Referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

House bill No. 615, An act to amend sections 3, 7, 28 and 37 of chapter 286 of the Session Laws of 1901, relating to railroads and other common carriers, to repeal said orig. inal sections of said act, and for other purposes.

Referred to the Committee on Railroads.

House bill No. 671, An act authorizing the Thayer Cemetery Association to convey its property to the city of Thayer, and authorizing said city to accept said convey

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