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SENATE PETITIONS –CONCLUDED: 18, by Senator Stewart, Providing for the division of the seventh judicial district......

176 19, by Senator Sponable, Protesting against calling constitutional convention

244 20, by Senator Conrad, Protest against separate high schools for negroes, 247 21, by Senator Stewart, Relating to division of seventh judicial district, 307 22, by Senator Gabriel, Relating to the prohibitory law...

335 23, by Senator McMillan, Relating to Senate bill 144...

421 24, by Senator Branine, Relating to tuition of scholars attending state institutions..

495, 700 25, by Senator Conrad, Relating to Senate bill 451.

626 26, by Senator Conrad, Relating to Senate bill 451.

627 27, by Senator McMillan, Relating to tuition charged pupils attending state institutions....

643, 700 28, by Senator Buschow, Relating to the proposed garnishment law...... 650 29, by Senator Pestana, Relating to prohibition..

663 30, by Senator McMillan, Relating to salary for under-sheriff of Saline county

664 31, by Senator King, Relating to dividing the district court of Cowley county

675 32, by Senator Tapp, Relating to display of Kansas at St. Louis exposition

984 33, by Senator Morehouse, Relating to presentation of United States flags to Senators Tapp and Miller

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TITLE AND HISTORY OF SENATE BILLS.

3. An act supplementary to and amendatory of "An act in relation to the Louisiana Purchase Centennial Exposition, to be held in St. Louis in 1903, and to provide for the collection, arrangement and display of materials showing the products and resources of the state of Kansas at such exposition," approved March 2, 1901; and extending the time of said commission and the drawing of the unexpended balance heretofore appropriated ; authorizing the president and secretary of said commission to administer oaths in certain cases, and making an additional appropriation for said exposition..

.By Senator Carpenter,

4. An act requiring safeguards for the protection of all persons em
ployed or laboring in manufacturing establishments, and providing civil
remedies for all persons so engaged,

or their personal representatives, in
cases where any such person may be killed or injured while employed or
laboring in any manufacturing

establishment which is not properly pro-
vided with the safeguards required by this act....By Senator Carpenter.

5. An act to provide for a public administrator to have charge of certain estates of soldiers and sailors who die while members of any state or national soldiers' home within the state of Kansas.

By Senator Carpenter.

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6. An act to empower the mayor and city council of the city of Thayer to transfer $800 of the money now in the city treasury belonging to the improvement fund to the general fund.

By Senator Carpenter.
7. An act making the secretary of mine industries inspector of
weights, measures and scales at coal-mines and defining his powers and
duties......

..By Senator Porter.
8. An act to provide for instruction in industrial training in the
schools of this state, permitting and fixing levies therefor, providing for
state aid thereto, and making appropriation for such aid.

By Senator Porter.
9. An act to provide for raising funds to support and maintain free
public libraries in cities of the first and second class.

By Senator Porter.
10. An act to establish at Pittsburg, Kan., an auxiliary normal and
manual-training school and making an appropriation therefor.

By Senator Porter.
11. An act relating to the mining of coal.. ...By Senator Porter.

12. An act to amend section 1 of an act entitled "An act to amend
section 3 of an act entitled 'An act to provide for the health and safety of
persons employed in mines,'” being chapter 167 of the Session Laws of
1901

...By Senator Porter.
13. An act to amend section 2 of chapter 407 of the Laws of 1901, en-
titled "An act relating to trust companies, defining their powers and du-
ties, providing for their management, control, and supervision, and pro-
viding penalties for violation of the provisions of this act."

By Senator Wulfekuhler.
14. An act to amend section 2 of chapter 47 of the Session Laws of
1897, relating to banks and banking, providing for the organization, man.
agement, control, regulation and supervision of banks, and providing
penalties for violation of the provisions of this act, and repealing cbap-
ter 13 of the Laws of 1891.

.By Senator Wulfekubler.
15. An act to amend section 130 of chapter 37 of the General Statutes
of 1868, entitled “An act respecting executors and administrators and the
settlement of the estates of deceased persons.

By Senator Wulfekuhler,

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TITLE AND HISTORY OF SENATE BILLS-CONTINUED.

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16. An act to provide for the transportation of discharged convicts
from the place of confinement to the county in which they were convicted
and making an appropriation to cover the expense.

By Senator Wulfekubler.
17. An act making certified copies of the United States government
patents certified to by the proper officer of the United States, at Washing.
ton, D. C., as true copies of the original patents issued, competent as evi-
dence and conclusive proof of title as therein shown.

By Senator Wulfekuhler.
18. An act to provide for a board of public utilities in cities of the
first and second classes and defining its duties and powers.

By Senator Wulfekuhler.
19. An act in relation to the admission of attorneys at law and pro-
viding for the examination of those persons desiring to be admitted to
practice law, and repealing sections 1 and 3 of chapter 11 of the General
Statutes of Kansas of 1868.

By Senator Wulfekuhler.
20. An act making appropriation for miscellaneous purposes.

By Senator Walfekuhler. 21. An act relating to the government and regulation of orphan and friendless children in the Kansas State Protective Home, at Leavenworth.

By Senator Wulfekuhler. 22. An act for the relief of Fant A. Snell, of Boling, Kan.

By Senator Wulfekuhler.

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