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IEI STATE LAWS
ENACTED BY THE RECENT LEG
, I3LATURE AND SIGNED BY
THREE MEASURES ARE VETOED
Complete Digest of the Bills Patted
by the Thirty-first Session of the
Nebraska Legislature Which
Have Become Laws.
' The thlrtj-firt session of the Ne
braska legislature oasted 2C3 acts,
124 of them originating In the house
and seventy-nine in the senate. Two
senate bills and one house bill were
vetoed by Governor 8hallenberfler.
The senate bills which failed to re
ceive executive approval were Not
335, Brown's Indeterminate sentence
act and No. 174, an irrigation bill by
Raymond. The house measure ve
toed was No. 60, by Gates, to allow
the licensing of saloons within two
and one-half miles of military posts.
A complete digest of the bills patted
and signed follows:
41, by Clark Appropriates $20,000
for legislative expenses. .
42, by Clark Appropriates $80,000
for legislative salaries.
29, by Begole Appropriates f.'l.GOO
for the purchase of 400 copies of
79, by Skeen Joint resolution mem
orallzlng congress to place a clock
on the federal building in Lincoln.
103, by Clark Appropriates $600
for deficiency in governor's office.
181, by Clark Appropriates $16,000
for penitentiary deficiency.
129, by I.eldigh Chartci for cities
of 6,000 to 25,000 population, provid
ing that franchises may bo granted
only- upon a majority vote of the
1. by Humphrey Oregon plan for
electing U. S. senators. Candidates
for legislature may pledge or refuse
to pledge themselves to vote for the
candidate receiving the highest popu
lar vote and the fact that they have
pledged or refused to pledge them
selves shall be printed on the bal
lots. 90, by Carr Commission mer
chants required to secure license
from state food commissioner upon
payment of $10 und give bond for
80, by Dolezal Prohibits sale of
fire crackers over five Inches long,
blank cartridge revolvers or blank
cartridges. Effective January
2, by Griffin Election officers lo he
appointed fifteen days prior to date
of primary and serve one year.
49, by Thomas Establishes a po
lice relief fund for Omaha.
"3, by Taylor of Custer School dis
trict moderator may administer oath
to other members of board.
76, by Katouc Separates engin
eering school from school of agricul
ture in state university.
89, by I ladsell Requires binding
twine to be labelled with name of
manufacturer or Importer, number of
feet to the pound, material, tonsil
strength, date of manufacture and
percentage of oil.
110, by Fries Prerlnct oflicers not
to be nominated by primary.
132. by Barrett Appropriates ma
triculation fees of Kearney normal
nchool for purchase of books and li
brary supplies for the school.
170. by Moore Curative act for
weight per bushel statute.
201, by Case Appropriates 90 per
rent of the university 1-mDI levy
rnd $30,000 of delinquent tax collec
tions. 36, by Henry Appropriates $20,000
for statute of Lincoln.
47, by Young Empowers village
boards to appoint truant oflicers.
127. by West Stallions for public
breeding must bo registered with pro
fessor of animal husbandry of state
university, otherwise they must be
advertised ns "grade stallions."
140, by Killen Packages of paint
must be labelled with percentage of
each Ingredient, liquid and solid, the
quantity In gallons or fraction thereof
and nnme of manufacturer.
13, by Taylor of York County
Judge may extend time for payment
of debts to estates six months at a
time but not to exceed three years.
12. by Taylor of York County
Judge may pay to his successor funds
received by him for heirs who have
not been found.
22, by Talcott-Parties charged
with crime and are found to be In
sane shall be committed to an asy
lum and detained there until dis
charged by due process of law.
27, by Taylor of Hitchcock Pro
hibits dealers In grain, lumber or
other commodities from paying a
higher price or selling at a lower
price In one place than In another,
freight considered, for tho purpose
of injuring a competitor.
34, by Sink Hotels must air
mattresses once In three months; top
sheet must be ninety-nine inches long;
Individual towels must be furnished
guests; water closets In house In
towns where there are water works
99, by Bushee The proposition to
re-survey a county may bo submitted
upon a petition by 20 pur cent of the
voters. Majority vote carries the
157, by Chase If a majority of cat
tle and horse owners in a county pe
tition the county board a county
stock inspector shall be appointed to
Inspect all stock shipped except to
Chicago, Kansas City, Omaha and
Sioux City. Fee, 10 cents per head
for horses; 4 cents tor cattle.
10, by Taylor of York Fixes fees
of county Judges.
11. by Taylor of York County
Judge shall keep a probate record,
fee book, general index to probate
records and Index to wills deposited.
357, by Hospodsky Appropriates
$10,000 for a barn, horses, harness,
wagons and carriage for Kearney In
39. by Kelley Appropriates $3,000
to re-lmburse old soldiers for pension
money taken by board of public
lands and buildings.
70, by Case Requires profes
sional nurses to be graduates of
training school and be registered. Tho
board of health to appoint three sec
retaries who will conduct tho ex
aminations, applicant to pay a fee
114, by Carr Appropriates $15,000
for an agricultural experiment sta
tion to be located in Sioux, Dawes,
Dox Butte, Sheridan. Cherry, Keya
Paha. Brown or Rock county.
126, by Hector Appropriates ma
triculation fees of the Peru normal
school for purchase of books and
library supplies for the school.
158, by Bushee Proceedings for
the Issuance of Irrigation bonds may
bo confirmed by district court upon
application of tho board of directors
or bond holders.
235, by Clark Increasing the sal
ary of deputy secretary of state to
$1,800 per year.
149, by Carr County superintend
ent may divide and attach to other
districts any district In which no
school Is held.
128, by Lawrence State military
159, ' by Kuhl Amendments to pri
mary law. County committeemen
shall be selected by delegates to
county convention, who shall also
select delegates to state convention.
State convention to be held last Tues
day in July at place designated by
committee. It will formulate plat
form and select state committee.
214, by Skeen Precinct or town
ship assessors to be elected every
two years. In every village or city
having 1,000 population a city asses
sor shall be elected, and In cities of
4.000 or more population a district
assessor shall be elected for each
4,000 or fraction.
215, by Skeen Chauges title of
deputy assessor to precinct assessor.
Provides that the average capital of
grain broker shall Include that In
vested In grain at time of assess
ment, which shall not be considered
228, by Griffin Subjects persons
obstructing drainage ditch or water
course to fine of $50 and damages.
' 423, by Banking Committee The
deposit guarantee law.
112, by Fries Allows county boards
to levy a special emergency bridge
tax or I mill.
131. by Bowman Prohibits the co
ercion of any voter at any primary,
caucus, convention or election by
threatening his discharge or to close
place of business In case of tho suc
cess or failure of any candidate or
party. Penalty, $100 fine or forty
days in jail or both.
227. by Gates Appropriates $3,000
for Improvements at the South Bend
242, by McVicker Treasurers of
political committees .shall file with
county clerk 15 days before election
all campaign contributions of $50 or
more and shall continue . to report
such contributions of $50 or more
within two days of election. Treas
urers must file within twenty days a
statement of all receipts and how ex
pended; shall not receive more than
$1,000 from one person and everyone
giving $250 or more must file a state
ment of same with county clerk.
270, by Blystone Appropriates
$1,000 for furniture for G. A. It. room
at state house.
369, by Fish and Game Committee
Appropriates $2,000 for tho Cherry
county fish hatchery.
397, by Taylor of Hitchcock Ap
propriates $525 for re-survey of Fifth
guide meridian In Dundy county.
123, by Bushee Appropriates $75,
000 to aid weak districts in maintain
ing Ave months' school.
203, by Klllen Provides for an ad
ditional deputy oil Inspector. Kero
sene must 6tand a gravity and color
test. Specific gravity must be 46
degrees at 60 degrees temperature,
except that coming from Kansas,
Colorado or Oklahoma, which must
test 42 degrees specific gravity at 60
degrees temperature. All gasoline
must, test 62 degrees specific gravity
at 60 temperature. Oils coming from
above states must have container
stamped with name of state.
57, by Begole Appropriates $70,000
for two new buildings at Beatrice In
stitute for feeble minded.
33, by Armstrong Appropriates
$50,000 for wing for normal school
building at Kearney.
150. by Thomas Fixes salary of
bailiffs in district court In Douglas
county at $1,200 per year.
189, by Skeen Appropriates $10,000
for an administration building and to
complete library building at Peru nor
236, by Miller County boards to
pay for blanks for county superintend
ent, who shall furnish each district
with the course of study prescribed
by state superintendent.
254, by Smith School trustees may
submit question of niakln; levy of
not to exceed 10 mills for a rpeilal
fund fur bul'dins. Majority of voters
at annual meet ins t' decide.
533. by Wilson National banks
may reorganize and take advantage of
guarantee law or may take advantage
of same when allowed to by act of
congress or decision of federal court.
4, by Evans Railroad companies
must supply gocd cars for transporta
tion of grain and must load same
IS, by Bushee Appropriates $5,000
for an agricultural experiment station
west of the 102d meridian.
19. by Stocckor One member of the
Omaha school board to be elected
from each ward.
Ill, by Taylor of Hitchcock Dor
mant judgments caunot be revived af
ter ten years.
179, by Bushee State board of ir
rigation may appoint ditch superin
tendent to measure water und sup
ply those entitled to same to their
pro rata share.
246, by Connolly Firemen In metro
politan and first class cities who have
served twenty-one years to receive
pension equal to one-half of salary
at time of retirement, not less than
$50 per month.
374, by Clark Trains on main lines
must carry engineer, fireman, con
ductor and flagman; trains having less
than live cars may run with a crew of
four. Main line trains running 100
miles or more shall carry three brake
men. 391, by Clark Provides that tho
permanent school fund may be invest
ed in Nebraska municipal bonds.
SC, by Leldlgh Supreme court shall
pay the treasury all fees collected. lie
shall receive a Balnry of $4,000 per
year and tho deputy clerk and deputy
reporter shall receive $2,500 per year
136, by Bowman Hogs dying of
cholera must be burned at once. Pen
alty, $10 fine.
1GS, by Bushee Judges In vacation
may give permission for service by
publication if place of residence of
defendant Is unknown to plaintiff.
198, by Raper Requires county
boards to provido metal markers for
graves of soldiers when petitioned lo
do so by five freeholders.
286, by Talcott Provides that tho
governor shall at once appoint a new
normal school board of five, the stato
treasurer and superintendent being ox
oflicio members. Board has control
of state and junior normals.
322, by Pool Counties to provide
for indigent consumptives, vaccine
therapy treatment at hospitals, cost
not to exceed $10 per week each.
347, by Scheele Provides that
where tile drains have been in use
for ten years the right of use shall
be In (lie owner of the land drained
regardless of ownership of land
through which drain passes.
2X7. by W. 7.. Taylor Misdemeanor
to leave animals tied on the street
in cold for two hours or more or to
pick live fowls. Penalty, fine of $5 to
385, by Pool Increases pay of sher
iffs in counties of G.000 to 16,000 pop
ulatlon to $1,200 per year.
125, by Holmes Mayor of Omaha
to appoint a fire warden at $1,500 per
509, by Humphrey Legalizes Ne
braska Corn Improvers' Association
and appropriates $2,000.
418, by E. A. Brown Empowers
Sherman vounty to pay W . T. Gibson
$512 for bridge work done by him.
66, by Wilson Grand Jury to be
called for first day of first term of
court each year.
271, by Young Appropriates $18,000
for permanent improvements at Nor
153, by Taylor of Custer Commis
sioner of public lands and buildings
to appoint deputy surveyors to settle
359, by Bates Governor, auditor
and secretary of state to constitute
printing board; governor to appoint
499, by Groves Governor in July,
1909, to appoint four secretaries of
the board of health and a state health
515, by Connolly Persons convict
ed of non-Btipport ,niay give bond to
provide for family.
419, by Brown of Sherman Empow
ers Sherman county to pay W. T. Gig
son $56C for bridge work.
172, by Shoemaker Joint resolution
for constitutional amendment provid
ing that foreign born males shall com
plete their citizenship within five
years after making; declaration of In
tention or lose the riht to vote.
202, by McVicker Authorizes coun
ty boards to issue drainage bonds.
512, by claims committee Governor,
auditor and attorney general shall In
vestigate surety and fidelity compan
ies and fix maximum rates for bonds,
effectlvo July 1, 1909.
26, by Sink Hotels, lodging houses,
theatres and other public buildings
two or moro stories high must have
outside fire escapes.
98, by Bolts Public roads which
have been used for ten yenrs can only
be vacated with tho consent of major
ity of voters residing within five miles
263, by Eastman I'pon petition of
one-fourth of the voters, county board
shall submit the proposition to make
5 mill levy lor not to exceed live years
to build court house or Jail. Majority
vole carried proposition.
9. Taylor of York County boards
made divide county Into road districts,
but no such district shall bo In more
than one voting precinct.
139. by Pllger Appropriates $90,
Ono (or tho purchase of the Wayne
192, by West -Allows tail roads to
furnish free transportation for mem
bers if families of employes who die
in tlie s( rvlce.
215, liv .McVicker Village board to
co-i-iist of the clerk, assessor and jus
tice of the peace receiving tho high
"7:', by GriUln County board re
quired to furnish supplies fur county
7 by Brown of Lancaster Gover
nor shall appoint a chief deputy lire
commissioner at salary of $2,000 per
year and two deputies at $1,500. They
shall investigate and report on all
fin s and may Inspect buildings and re
quire improvements In conditions. De
paitment to be supported by an ad
ditional tax of 1 12 per cent on
gross premiums of insurance compan
ies. 2'!2. by Chase-Appropriates $35,000
for a normal school In Sixth longres
sii rial district.
23:1. by Baker Annual town meet
ings shall be held on the first Tues
day In March.
273, by Hospodsky Changes the Ne
braska institute for Deaf and Dumb
to Nebraska School for the Deaf.
69. by Taylor of Custer School dis
tricts unable to maintain nine months
school need not pay tuition of resi
dent pupils attending high school in
S3, by W. J. Taylor Damages
caused by laying out, discontinuing or
open in,; n county road Bhall be paid
from the general fund.
130, by Krous Provides for uni
form warehouse receipts. The Na
tional Bankers' Association's uniform
163, by Nettleton The attorney gen
eral shall consult and advlso with
county attorneys In criminal matters
arising in their counties and shall
give advice to state officials. He may
request the assistance of county at
torneys in district and supremo court
in matters arising in their counties.
171, by Gerdes The state .auditor
may refuse to Issue or may revoke
license for Insurance agent.
224, by Noyes Buffalo, carp and
cattish may be seined with two-Inch
mash net from June 1 lo November 1,
seiner to pay deputy game w arden $2
for license and give bond for $100.
Open season for squirrels from Octo
ber 1 to November 30. No open season
for quail. Ducks and geese, Septem
bers 15 to April 5.
2SI, by Henry Prohibits tho sale
of liquor to ndians, whole or mixed
358, by Wilson Maximum rates for
transportation of crude petroleum and
463, by Clark Current expense ap
465, by Clark Salary appropriation
461. by Wilson Creates a board of
examiners for public accountants, con
sisting of the state auditor and two
to be appointed by the governor. Those
passing the examination to be known
as certified public accountants.
468, by Broderick Appropriates $50
for a building at tho school for the
deaf in Omaha.
474, by Connelly The board of den
tal secretaries shall issue license to
licentiates from other states upon pay
ment of a fee of $25.
475, by Byland Repeals wolf boun
ISO, by Smith-Bleaching of flour
with nitrogen peroxldo Is not adulter
ation. Packages of dairy products, the
products of wheat, corn or oats, sugar,
syrup and molasses, lard or lard sub
stitutes, dried or preserved fruits
must bo branded on the outside with
the net weight or volume.
514, by Snyder Applications for
pardon shall not be made, oftenor
than once yearly and hearings on such
applications shall be granted at tho
discretion of tho governor.
51fi, by committee on deficiencies
Deficiency appropriation bill.
529, by Snyder Mlscelaneous claims
578, by Pool, at request of the gov
ernorCommon carriers or public ser
vice corporations forbidden to Issue
stocks, bonds, or notes running more
than one year without permission of
stato railway commission. Such evi
dence of Indebtedness can only bo is
sued for the purpose of acquiring
property, construction, completing ex
tensions or Improving facilities, Im
provement or maintenance of its ser
vice or the discharge or refunding of
117, by Randall Stato depository
hanks may deposit as security for
public funds, real ' estate mortgages
or municipal bonds. . .'."
122, by Randall County depository
batiks may deposit as security for pub
lic funds, real estate mortgages or
133, by Ollls State railway commis
sion to make physical valuation of
all steam railroads, telegraph, tele
phono and express companies and the
transportation facilities of stock yards
191, by BrownHusband charged
with wife or child desertion may bo
discharged upon payment or giving
bond for the payment of from $200
275, by Bartos Makes it a felony
to steal journal brasses from a car
! or engine or tamper with eloctrlcal
j signal devices. If death results inui
' der may be charged.
2S3. by Wlltsu Cnlawful to bell li
quor between 8 o'clock p. m. and 7
o'clock a. m. or on a primary election
2S8, by Banning Railways required
to mow weeds on right of way before
seed time. Otherwise the work shall
be done by the highway overseer and
j coits taxed to thy compel)'.
300. b Klein Cities of the second
class may Issue bonds for water works
and sewer construction upon the af
firmative vote of three-fifths of those
voting on the proposition.
3P, by Majors Makes proceedings
of G. A. I;, department of Nebraska
a part of the stale military archives
ami provides that they shall be print
ed by the state.
350. by Miller--Governor shall ap
point three commissioners to have
charge of the home for the friendless,
which shall lie known as the stato
school. This board shall select an
agent at $1,500 per year, whoso duty
It shall be to find homes for the
children sent to the school. If suffi
cient number of free homes cannot
be found for all, state may pay $2 per
week board In families.
3S6, by Howell Where no Inquest
Is held coroner to receive $5 for
viewing de.id body and $5 for taking
same to the morgue.
394. by Luverty County boards
shall establish public roads on either
side of drainage ditches when peti
tioned to do so by a majority of the
owners of the land adjoining ditch.
13i'., by Howell -Joint resolution
meinoralizing congress to Issue $500,
flOO.000 of 2 per cent bonds for Im
provement of rivers and harbors.
50, by Ransom-Repeals act making
the county comptroller of Douglas
county ex officio comptroller of Om
aha. 44. by Hansom Regulates Issue of
bonds by city of Omaha.
15, by Tanner Governor to desig
nate papers In which proposed consti
tutional amendments shall bo pub
lished. 159. by Miller Prohibits fraterni
ties in high schools and empowers
hoards to expel students who belong
to such organizations.
93, by Randall Cites may condemn
land for park purposes.
26, by Fuller Empowers deputy as
sessors to administer oaths.
89, by Hansom District court may
grant to guardian right to mortgage
real estate of a minor for the benefit
of the latter.
52, by Miller Dlncknmll or extor
tion made a felony; three years In
the penitentiary or a fine of from $200
65, by King District clerk shall re
turn divorce statistics to state board
of health annually.
66. by King County Judge shall re
turn marriage statistics to, state board
of health annually.
120, by Miller Applicant for di
vorce must have lived In state at
least ono year unless marriage oc
curred in Nebraska and residence has
been continuous since. Where cause
of action arose outside of state two
years residence are required before
petition can be filed. Decree not to
become final until six months after
13, by Tibbets Acknowledgments
of deeds in oilier states must be In
accord with the law of such state or
149, by Bartos Cites of the second
class having more than 1.500 Inhabi
tants may adopt village form of gov
ernment by a majority vote, the ques
tion to lio submitted when petitioned
for by one-fourth of the legal voters.
1, by Howell Omaha charter bill.
315, by Howell Provides a retiring
pension fund for teachers In Omaha
16. by Tanner City treasurer of
South Omaha to be ex officio county
treasurer to collect taxes.
211, by coiumltteo of drainage
Dralnago districts mny borow money
for five yenrs when authorized by tho
board of directors; they may dissolve
upon a three-llfth vote of the mem
bers; may enlarge when petitioned by
one-fourth of the land owners In the
new territory and upon a majority vote
of those in the district; may overlap
and the land be assessed In both
districts. They may go beyond their
bonds for an outlet which may be
purchased or condemned.
58, by Ollls Trains carrying live
stock must have caboose which must
be supplied with toilet closets.
95, by Wlltsc Freight damage
claims against railroads must be set
tled within sixty days, or If tho
shipment was an Interstate one, with
in ninety days. Otherwise claimant
may collect 7 per cent Interest, pen
alty of $50 and attorney fee.
271, by Buhrmun Quieting title to
lots sold by Howard county more than
ten years ago.
71, by Banning Reciprocal demur
rage act. Freight must be moved nt
least sixty miles per day; penalty $1
per day per car. Cars must be fur
nished promptly or penalty be paid.
. 18, by Ransom Governor to ap
point board of osteopathy of five mem
bers to examine applicants for regis
tration and license.
163, by Buck Cider vinegar must
contain 1 610 per cent cider vinegar
176, by Miller Convening to the city
of Lincoln title to block No. 29. Lin
coln. 263, by Cain Allows a supplemen
tal assessment to pay drainage bonds.
264, by Cain Curative of dralnago
act, article 4, chapter 89, compiled
91, by Randall -Party to suit may
designate paper in which notices are
to be published.
123. by Volpp Mutual benefit com
panies may pay annuity equal to one
tenth of the face of the policy to
members who have reached tho age
of seventy, same to be deducted from
amount finally paid.
131, by King District Judge may In
vestigate, record of persons found
guilty of felony. If first offense he
may deter sentence and parole of-f'-nder
from term to term for no less
a length of time than tho maximum
sontence would amount to and if the
parolo is not broken may then be dis
charged. 152, by Miller-Requests the board
of regents to establish a school of citi
zenship In the state university when
ever deemed advisable by them.
260, by Banning Governor to ap
point an assistant dairy Inspector at
$1.50 per year.
262. by Banning--Provides for the
branding of milk and cream cans and
bottles and prohibits tho use of such
branded containers by any but tho
40S. by Ransom Cures defect In
Omaha charter bill.
115. by Myers Makes It unlawful
to lower or divert t ho water of any
lake of twenty acres area and requir
ing permission from (lie state board
of Irrigation to drain any natural
15. by Buhrinan-Prohiblts taking
any part of the pension of an Inmato
of a soldiers' homo or considering the
amount of such pension in determin
ing quulillcations for admission.
143, by Bartos Requires railroads
to connect their depots with local tele
164, by Bodlnson Hoard of public
lands and buildings may lease and
gravel rights on school lauds.
315, by Bartos Limits liability of ho
tel keepers to $200 for valuables lost;
trunks and contents, $150 each; vallso
and contents, $50 each; package, $50.
Hotel keepers shall have lien on bag
gage of guests which shall bo exempt
from other attachment.
101, by Tanner South Omaha char
ter. 3. by Buck Funds deposited in a
hank in tho name of two or moro
persons may bo paid to either or tho
survivor in tho due courso of busi
ness. 10, by King All corporations ex
cept, banks, lnsuranco compnnles and
building und loan associations shall
pay nn annual tax of from $5 to $200.
28, by Fuller Stato board of equali
zation must give notice to county offi
cials of intention to raise the assessed
valuation of such county.
51, by Bartos Increases tho salary
of tho county attorney of Douglas
county to $4,000 per year.
81, by Randall Prohibits being in
toxicated or drinking liquors on rail
road trains after being told by con
ductor to desist. Conductor may re
move passenger who refuses to doslst,
at first stopping place, giving him or
der for return of price of unused
100, by Donohue All candidates for
supreme, district or county Judge, for
regents of the state university, state
and county superintendent to be nom
inated by petition only and names to
be printed on a separate ballot,
marked "Non partisan bnllot." No par
ty may endorse or criticise such can
didate and no person holding such
office shall be a candidate for any
office requiring a party nomination.
109, by Ollls Amends primary elec
tion law. Names of candidates must
be rotated. Candidates of all parties
shall be printed on the same ballot,
side by side. If an elector votes for
candidates in moro than one column
his ballot will be thrown out. Precinct
committeemen to bo elected at the
primary and they to select tho county
140, by Randall State food com
missioner may Inspect and enforce
cleanliness and sanitary conditions in
hotel and restaurant kitchens and
other places where food is prepared
156, by Bartos Incorporates certain
Bohemian fraternal societies.
175. by Raymond Providing for the
refunding of Irrigation bonds.
193, by Brown Cities of the second
class having less than 5,000 popualtion
may park and pave streets and charge
cost to abutting property.
190, by Ransom Fee bill for clerks
of district courts.
225, by Howell All insurance con
tracts written by companies licensed
in the state must be signed by a resi
247, by Raymond Prescribes proce
dure for the Issue of Irrigation bonds
and requires annual reports by Irriga
tion districts to tho stato board ot irri
gation. 255, by Randall Railroads which in
tersect each other must build transfer
switches and platforms.
281, by Brown Allows county at
torney of Lancaster county to expend
$500 annually for detective work.
325, by Raymond Requires the pro
ceedings of Irrigation boards to be
published In a paper of general circu
lation in the district.
330, by Miller Street railway com
panies may extend their lines ten
miles Into the country nnd may ac
quire interurban lines for that dis
tance. 339, by Ollls Gasoline motor trains
must carry two motorinen; must have
two toilet closets und a smoking com
partment. 302, by Miller Stock Insurance com
panies must deposit with . tho state
auditor securities to the value ot their
policies, not to exceed $100,000.
301, by Brown A village of 1,500 or
more population shall be ono 'school
district and como under tho provi
sions of the law now relating to In
corporated places of the same size .
311, by Howell -Repeals law creat
ing county comptroller for Douglas
31S, by Miller Stamps bought for
use of stale to be perforated with tho
letters, "NEB." 1'se of such stamps
for private use forbidden.
321, by Tibbet.-v Legalizes contracts
made by foreign real estate loan com
panies which havo no agent in th
36S, by Ganimlll Precincts, town
ships, cities of the second claHB, and
villages, may vote bonds in aid ot