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SENATE BILL NO. 92.

[Introduced by Senator Foote.] An act to establish market places and public parks. Jan. 29_-Read a first time.",

Jan. 30—Read a second time, and referred to the Committce on Counties and Towns.

Feb. 1-Reported back, and passage recommended.
Feb. 9—Passage recommended in Committee of the Whole.
Feb. 12—Read a third time, passed, and sent to the House.

SENATE BILL NO. 93.

[Introduced by Senator Miller.] An act to prescribe the fees of the county treasurers of the sev

eral counties. Jan. 29-Read a first time.

Jan. 30—Read a second time, and referred to the Committee on Counties and Towns.

Feb. 9—Reported back, and rejection recommended. - Feb. 14-Lost in Committee of the Whole.

SENATE BILL NO. 94.

[Introduced by Senator Akin.] An act to repeal an act entitled “An act for the benefit of livery

stable keepers." Jan. 29-Read a first time.

Jan. 30—Read a second time, and referred to the Committee on Agriculture.

Feb. 2-Reported back and passage recommended.
Feb. 9—Rejection recommended in Committee of the Whole.
Feb. 9—Rejected.

SENATE BILL NO. 95.

[Introduced by Senator Akin.] An act to amend an act entitled "An act respecting executors

and administrators, of their appointment.' Jan. 29—Read a first time.

Jan. 30—Read a second time, and referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

Feb. 26_Reported back, with recommendation to reject, which was adopted.

SENATE BILL NO. 96.

[Introduced by Senator -] An act to amend an act entitled "An act to incorporate cities

of the State of Kansas," approved March 4, 1862. Jan. 30-Read a first time.

Jan. 31-Read a second time, and referred to the Committee on Corporations.

Feb. 7-Reported back, and recommended to be printed.
Feb. 7-Ordered printed.
Feb. 10— Passage recommended in Committee of the Whole.
Feb. 19_Ordered engrossed and to a third reading.
Feb. 20—Read a third time, passed, and sent to the House.

SENATE BILL NO. 97.

[Introduced by Senator Emmert.] An act attaching certain territory in Bourbon county, to organize

a township for voting purposes. Jan. 30—Read a first time.

Jan. 31–Read a second time, and referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

Feb. 9—Reported back, and rejection recommended.
Feb. 15-Withdrawn, by consent.
Feb. 16—Stricken from the calendar.

SENATE BILL NO. 98.

[Introduced by Senator --] An act to prevent the counterfeiting, changing or destroying trade

marks, devices and brands. Jan. 31-Read a first time.

Feb. 1-Read a second time, and referred to the Committee on Agriculture.

Feb. 2-Reported back, and passage recommended.
Feb. 9-Passage recommended in Committee of the Whole.
Feb. 9_Ordered engrossed and to a third reading.
Feb. 12—Read a third time, passed, and sent to the House.

SENATE BILL NO. 99.

[Introduced by Senator Smith.] An act to vacate the streets, sewers and alleys in the town of

Moneka, Linn county. Jan. 31–Read a first time.

Feb. 1-Read second time, and referred to the Committee on Counties and Towns.

Feb. 14—Amended, and passage recommended in Committee of the Whole.

Feb. 14-Ordered engrossed and to a third reading.
Feb. 15—Read a third time, passed, and sent to the House.
Feb. 26—Passed by the House.

SENATE BILL NO. 100.

[Introduced by Senator -] An act to amend "An act regulating the jurisdiction and proced

ure before justices of the peace, and of duties of constables in civil cases," approved February 8, 1859. Jan. 31-Read a first time.

Feb. 1-Read second time, and referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

Feb. 9—Reported back, with recommendation to reject.
Feb. 15—Lost in Committee of the Whole.

SENATE BILL NO. 101.

[Introduced by Senator Anderson.] An act for the relief of the town site of Osawatomie, Kansas Jan. 31-Read a first time.

Feb. 1-Read a second time, and referred to the Committee on Counties and Towns.

Feb. 9—Reported back, and passage recommended.
Feb. 14Passage recommended in Committee of the Whole.
Feb. 14-Ordered engrossed and to a third reading. ;
Feb. 15-Read a third time, passed, and sent to the House.

SENATE BILL NO. 102.

[Introduced by Senator Gambell.] An act providing for the election of the Judge of the Criminal

Court of Leavenworth county, and fixing his salary. Feb. 1--Read a first time.

Feb. 2--Read a second time, and referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

Feb. 9—Reported back, and passage recommended.
Feb. 15---Passage recommended in Committee of the Whole.
Feb. 15—Ordered engrossed and to a third reading.
Feb. 16—Read a third time, passed, and sent to the House.

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SENATE BILL NO. 103.

[Introduced by Senator Jones.] An act to amend an act entitled "An act to prevent swine running s at large in Shannon township, Atchison county," approved Feb

ruary 14, 1865.
Feb. 1-Read a first time.

Feb. 2—Read a fecond time, and referred to the Committee on Agriculture.

Feb. 5-Reported back, without recommendation.
Feb. 6--Considered engrossed and ordered to a third reading.

Feb. 6--Rules suspended, read a third time, passed, and sent to the House.

Feb. 26–Passed by the House, with amendments.

SENATE BILL NO. 104. .

[Introduced by Mr. Akin.] An act declaring certain Territorial bonds and certificates Territo

rial warrants. Feb. 2-Read a first time.

Feb. 3—Read a second time, and referred to the Committee on Claims.

Feb. 7-Reported back, and reference recommended to Committee of the Whole.

Feb. 14-Lost in Committee of the Whole.
Feb. 15-Taken up, and referred to the Committee on Accounts.

Feb. 16_Reported back, and passage recommended. *

Feb. 16-Amended, and passage recommended in Committee of the Whole.

Feb. 16-Ordered engrossed and to a third reading.
Feb. 17--Read a third time, passed, and sent to the House.
Feb. 22-Amended by the House, and returned to the Senate.
Feb. 22-Senate concurred in House amendments.

SENATE BILL NO. 105.

[Introduced by Senator Barber.] An act providing for the sale of public lands to aid in the con

struction of certain railroads.; Feb. 2-Read a first time, and ordered printed.

Feb. 3-Read a second time, and referred to the Committee on Public Lands.

Feb. 6—Reported back, and passage recommended.

Feb. 6—Referred again to the Committee on Public Lands, and instructed to report the 7th inst., at 11 o'clock.

Feb. 7-Reported back, amended, and passage recommended. Feb. 7–Considered engrossed and ordered to a third reading. Feb. 7-Read a third time, passed, and sent to the House.

SENATE BILL NO. 106.

[Introduced by Senator Legate.] An act authorizing city councils to condemn property for certain

purposes. Feb. 3-Read a first time.

Feb. 5-Read a second time, and referred to the Committee on Corporations.

SENATE BILL NO. 107,

[Introduced by Senator Riggs.] An act to amend "An act respecting executors and administrators,

of their appointment and removal from office." "I Feb. 3-Read a first time.

Feb. 5-Read a second time, and referred to the Committee on Judiciary. Feb. 19-Reported back, and recommended its rejection

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