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Repealing acts and parts of acts thereof. See S. B. 205. Page 109.

Geiger, A. C. T.

Contestee in contest of election of judge of the seventeenth judicial dis-
trict. (See Contest Cases.)

Elected judge. See S. R. 61. Page 519.

Getchell, E. B.

Elected assistant superintendent of ventilation. Page 2.

Gilmore, Gains.

Appointed page. Page 3.

Girls' Industrial School.

At Beloit, appropriation for. See S. B. 226. Page 111.

Regulating the appointment and discharge of employees of. See S. B. 450.
Page 295.

Gilkeson, A. D.

See S. B. 106. Page 61.

Glenn, H. E.

Elected docket clerk. Page 2.

Tendered vote of thanks. Page 1099.

Gem Addition.

Vacating certain streets and alleys in. See S. B. 245. Page 126.

Gophers.

Extermination of. See S. B. 557. Page 469.

Gove County.

Survey of township 14, range 28. See S. B. 413. Page 270.

Establishment of county high school in. See S. B. 413. Page 269.

Relating to salary of under-sheriff of. See S. B. 646. Page 665.

Goodlander Home, Fort Scott.

Appropriation for the support and maintenance of. See S. B. 294. Page 158.

Governor.

Message from. Page 8.

Committee appointed. Page 4.

Committee report. Page 7.

Authorizing, to work coal-mines of the state, and to sell coal to people at
cost, and to authorize the condemnation of coal-lands. See S. B. 146.
Page 87.

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Page 144.

Robert J. Brock, regent of State Agricultural College.
Henry J. Allen, trustee of State Board of Charities and Correc-
tions for term ending April 1, 1906. Page 171.

Geo. W. Kanavel, trustee of State Board of Charities and Correc-
tions for term ending April 1, 1905. Page 171.

Reuben Vincent, trustee of State Board of Charities and Correc-
tions for term ending April 1, 1904. Page 171.

Governor-continued:

Messages announcing appointment of

M. C. Kelley, state inspector of oils. Page 290.

Phillip Kelley, member board of managers State Industrial Reformatory. Page 290.

T. J. O'Neil, member board of managers State Industrial Reforma-
tory. Page 290.

C. N. Converse, regent of State University. Page 906.
Frank G. Crowell, regent of State University. Page 906.

Page 906.
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Page 907.
Page 907.

T. W. Butcher, regent of State University. Page 906.
Scott Hopkins, regent of State University.
A. C. Mitchell, regent of State University.
S. H. Dodge, regent State Normal School.
A. H. Bushey, regent State Normal School.
E. A. Ross, regent State Normal School. Page 907.
George T. Codding, regent State Normal School. Page 907.

J. W. F. Hughes, brigadier general. Page 1028.

Chas. S. Elliott, paymaster general. Page 1028.

Clair J. Garver, judge-advocate general. Page 1028.
Harry O'Donnell, surgeon general. Page 1028.

N. H. Loomis, inspector general. Page 1028.
Fred. L. Berger, aide-de-camp. Page 1028.
Frank L. Travis, aide-de-camp. Page 1028.

W. H. Haskell, member board of directors Penitentiary. Page 1028.
E. C. Ellett, member board of directors Penitentiary. Page 1028.

C. A. McNeill, member Board of Trustees State Charities and Correc-
tions. Page 1102.

F. B. Denman, member Board of Trustees State Charities and Corrections. Page 1102.

M. C. Campbell, live-stock sanitary commissioner. Page 1103.

J. B. Dobyns, member board of managers State Soldiers' Home.
Page 1103.

W. M. Jones, member board of managers State Industrial Reforma-
tory. Page 1113.

J. S. McDowell, regent State Agricultural College. Page 1115.
C. E. Friend, regent State Agricultural College. Page 1115.

E. T. Fairchild, regent State Agricultural College. Page 1115.
J. A. Tulloss, regent State Agricultural College. Page 1115.
J. W. Berry, regent State Agricultural college. Page 1115.
Approval of -

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S. Bs. 2, 48, 49, 162, 230, 232, 259, 266, 277, 350, 370, 396, 414, 421. Page 517.

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S. Bs. 7, 320, 237, 359, 492, 498, 503, 536. Page 754.

S. Bs. 37, 85, 123, 166, 170, 218, 236, 237, 435, 546, 550, 553, 554, 564. Page 900.
S. Bs. 574, 575, 582, 587, 438, 507, 518, 544, 588, 589, 590, 599, 609. Page 901.
S. Bs. 610, 612, 616, 617, 618, 621, 624, 643, 647, 658, 662.
S. Bs. 8, 525, 526, 585, 611, 613, 623, 625, 626, 629, 634, 638.

Page 902.

Page 935.

S. Bs. 641, 648, 653, 655, 657, 659, 660, 661, 607. Page 936.
S. Bs. 200, 562, 567, 656, 672, 683. Page 1066.

S. B. 631. Page 1072.

S. Bs. 100, 446, 675, 278, 4. Page 1089.

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S. B. 297. Page 1102.

S. B. 25. Page 1123.

S. Bs. 9, 17, 283, 444, 519, 566, 591, 598. Page 1127.

S. Bs. 642, 664, 666, 667, 668, 671, 673, 682, 688, 689, 42, 223, 274. Page 1128.

S. Bs. 288, 374, 434, 441, 548, 563, 573, 680. Page 1129.

Grain, Weighing of.

In public elevators and warehouses. See S. B. 391. Page 248.

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Gray, Edgar.

Appointed page. Page 2.

Gray County.

Prescribing boundaries of Montezuma and Ingalls townships in. See S. B. 232. Page 125.

Authorizing board of county commissioners to issue bonds. See S. B. 277.

Page 157.

Election of county printer of. See S. B. 350. Page 198.

Grand and Petit Jurors.

Providing for the selection and summoning of. See S. B. 221. Page 111.

Grand Army Museum.

Appropriation for. See S. B. 519. Page 413.

Graham, Ulysses.

Appointed messenger. Page 3.

Graham County.

Empowering school-district boards in, to sell bonds. See S. B. 289. Page

158.

Relating to salary of clerk of the district court of.

Relating to deputy hire for sheriff. See S. B. 606.

Grain Inspection Department.

See governor's message. Page 12.

See S. B. 585. Page 542. Page 556.

Inspection and handling of grain. See S. B. 591. Page 543.

Great Bend, City of.

Erecting jail and sheriff's residence in. See S. B. 51. Page 36.

Gregg, J. W.

Appointed assistant janitor. Page 3.

Greenwood County.

Fixing salary of the clerk of the district court of. See S. B. 335. Page 196. Griffith, Geo. P.

Appointed clerk Committee on Federal Relations. Page 43.

Guards to Cloak-room.

James Jackson elected. Page 3.

E. Gayden elected. Page 3.

P. D. Peck elected. Page 3.

• James Vining elected. Page 3.

Guardians.

Of insane persons or habitual drunkards. See S. B. 383. Page 236.

Gymnasium.

Building and equipping, at University of Kansas. See S. B. 181. Page 100.

Habitual Drunkards.

Guardians of, to sell, convey or mortgage real estate. See S. B. 383. Page
236.

Hamilton County.

Protection of quail in. See S. B. 515. Page 413.

Hamilton, John R.

Contestor in election of judge of the seventeenth judicial district. (See
Contest Cases.)

Haddam City.

Vacating Cartwright's addition in. See S. B. 303. Page 177.

Hanover, City of.

Vacating certain streets, blocks and alleys in. See S. B. 405. Page 264.
Handling of Public Funds.

See governor's message. Page 15.

Hanna, Hon. D. J.

Lieutenant-governor and president of the Senate, calls the Senate to order.

Page 1.

Tendered vote of thanks. Page 958.

Harmon Township.

Providing for sinking-fund. See S. B. 599. Page 544.

Harvey County.

Vacating Dexter's addition, in city of Newton, in. See S. B. 286. Page 158.

Harris, Hon. W. A., United States Senator.

The president of the United States memorialized to appoint him a member
of the Isthmian Canal Commission. See S. C. R. 2. Page 24.

Nominated for United States senator. Page 137.

Extends his thanks to the Senate, through Senator Wulfekuhler, for S. C. R.
2. Page 506.

Harper County.

Authorizing certain townships and city of Harper to levy, tax. See S. B. 39.
Page 34.

Haskell, W. H.

Appointed member board of directors State Penitentiary. Page 1028.
Confirmed member board of directors State Penitentiary. Page 1031.

Hayes, Thomas J.

Appointed clerk of Committee on Cities of the First Class. Page 43.
Resignation tendered. Page 213.

Head Janitor.

Sam'l Hughes elected. Page 3.

Heckman, David and Emma.

Declaring Tru Heckman their adopted daughter and legal heir. See S. B.
660. Page 695.

Helianthus or Sunflower.

State floral emblem. See S. B. 444. Page 286.

Hendricks, Clara.

Elected assistant document clerk. Page 2.

Henrie, C. A.

Elected assistant docket clerk. Page 2.

Tendered vote of thanks. Page 1099.

Henley, Albert, Senator, District No. 5.

(Douglas and Jefferson counties.)

Bills introduced by-

For the appropriation of certain money to the State University. See
8. B. 180. Page 100.

For the appropriation of certain money for building and equipping a
gymnasium at the University of Kansas. See S. B. 181. Page 100.
Relating to libraries and free reading-rooms in the city of Lawrence.
See S. B. 298. Page 159.

Relating to commissioner of the poor in Douglas county. See S. B.
321. Page 179.

Regulating the salary of county commissioners of Douglas county.
See S. B. 460. Page 294.

Vacating a part of Indiana street, Baldwin City, Kan. See S. B. 491.
Page 336.

Authorizing chartered institutions of learning to erect and maintain
electric plants. See S. B. 598. Page 544.

Relating to county court-house for Douglas county. See S. B. 634.
Page 633.

Relating to the establishment of county high school in Douglas
county. See S. B. 657. Page 694.

Authorizing Oskaloosa township to issue bonds. See S. B. 662. Page
695.

Committee assignments-

Ways and Means. Page 41.

Senate Employees. Page 41.

Railroads. Page 41.

Corporations. Page 41.

Temperance. Page 41.

Educational Institutions. Page 42.

Petitions presented by-

No. 14, Relating to grand larceny. Page 141.

High Schools.

Establishment of, in certain counties. See S. B. 192. Page 101.
Course of study, cities of the second class. See S. B. 54. Page 36.
Tuition of, city of Fort Scott. See S. B. 550. Page 441.

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Cottonwood Falls, in Chase county. See S. B. 442. Page 286.

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Establishment of county high school. See S. B. 49. Page 35.

Hiner, Capt. Wm. H.

Appropriation to pay officers and men of his command. See S. B. 267.

Page 143.

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