Journal of the House of Representatives of the ... Regular Session of the General Assembly of the State of Iowa
The House, 1900
A few volumes include appendices (some separately paged) mainly reports of state officers.
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Absent act to amend adopted amend section Anderson Appropriations asking Assembly Ayers Baker Barkley beg leave Bennett bill pass Black Blake Blume Buchanan Byers Carr Carter Chairman chapter Clarke Clarke of Dallas Cold committee on Judiciary consideration considered Cottrell court Cowles Davis district Dodds Dows Dunham Eaton Edwards Eiker election Furry Graff granted Harbert Hawk Head Hinkle Hughes hundred Hurn indefinitely postponed inserting instructed Iowa Jaeger Jones Kendall Kimball Koontz leave to report Letts Marshall McAleer McCurdy McGinn Messrs Miller motion prevailed moved Myers offered Ordered passed passage passed on file Payne petition of citizens Prentis presented petition Putnam question read a third recommendation referred House file Referred to committee relating report of committee request resolution Roome Sauer Scott Senate file Sokol SPEAKER-Your committee Stewart Stratton striking substitute Sweet taken Temple term Theophilus thereof voting Warren Wilson
Página 570 - Judges shall hold their offices for the term of four years from the first day of January next after their election.
Página 91 - We favor an amendment to the Federal Constitution, providing for the election of United States Senators by direct vote of the people, and we favor direct legislation wherever practicable.
Página 1203 - All such railway property shall be taxable upon said assessment at the same rates, by the same officers and for the same purposes, as the property of individuals within such city, town, township, school, road and lesser taxation districts, respectively.
Página 102 - In cities of the second and third class and in cities of the first class having a population of...
Página 565 - First: The corporate name of the proposed corporation, which shall not be the name of any other corporation heretofore incorporated in this State for similar purposes, or any imitation of such name.
Página 46 - ... may take, by gift, purchase, devise, or bequest, real and personal property for purposes appropriate to their creation. " There is, however, no statutory provision for mortgaging or exchanging the property thus acquired. While these associations are not formed for the purpose of buying and selling property, yet common experience, I think, justifies the recommendation that provision should be made for alienating or incumbering such property, as the demands or wishes of such societies may dictate....
Página 360 - SEC. 2681. Compensation of officers. The secretary of the board shall receive such compensation as may be fixed by it, not exceeding one hundred dollars annually, with actual traveling expenses. The treasurer shall be allowed only his actual traveling expenses, the claim for which, as well as that of the secretary, to be itemized and verified before it is allowed and paid which shall be done out of the state treasury upon the warrant of the state auditor. [22 GA, ch. 64, § 1; 16 GA, ch. 129, §...
Página 410 - SEC. 32. No person shall at any time have in possession or under control in this State any bird, animal or fish caught, taken or killed outside of this State at a time when it is unlawful to have in possession or under control such birds, animals or fish when caught, taken or killed in this State. Whoever shall offend against any of the provisions of this section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor...
Página 1301 - ... the number of shares, and the amount held, owned, or controlled by each party in interest, which list shall be subject to the inspection of the officers authorized to assess property for taxation, and the accounting officer of each bank...
Página 85 - This is to certify that on the — day of , 19—, AB was duly chosen by the. qualified electors of the State of a Senator from said State to represent said State in the Senate of the United States for the term of six years, beginning on the...