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Laws Passed by Nebraska Legislature at Its Late Session Epitomized
New Laws Now in Force
The Following Bills Were ragged by the - legisla
ture With the Emergency. Clause Mid Become Laws '
t Once, fui1 Are Now In Full Effect as Statutes.
H. R. 41. by Clark of Richardson ap
propriating $39,000 (or Incidental expenses of
the legislature; 'emergency. ' '. .
H. R. . 42, by Clurk of Richardson Ap
propriating $so,000 for the salaries of mem-,
per, , officers and employes of the legislature;-
H. R. 9,;by Begole of Gage Appropriat
ing $3,U0 to buy W copies of Cobbey's
latutea for use of the state; emergency.
H. . R. 103,' by nark of Richardson Ap
propriating 100 for deficiency governor's
H. H. 118. by Wilson of Polk Judges of
the Judlctnl district In which a person
cond nmned to die Is tried, may suspend
in nc for . an examination to sanity,
sum i to be conducted by the superlntend
entsfof the asylum at Untoln. Hastings
nd Norfolk, who are to serve without
pay.; except mileage. The expense to he
bornfe by the county In which the trial
tooku place.'-. Examinations may be con
tinued until sanity Is shown, in which
veift execution must proceed. Superln
tendfnt to examine Into tiie condition of
conflicted women; emergency.
J1.I R. 181, by Clark of Rlchardaon Ap
propriating $18,000 deficiency for state peni
H.,R. 1. by Leldlgh of Otoe Charters of
citing from 6.000 to .000 imputation, es
pecially provides that granting of fran
chises must be submitted to vote of peo
ple; emergency .
H. R- 110. by Fries of Howard Precinct
officers not Included In the primary elec
tion law; emergency.
H. R. 132. by Barrett of Buffalo Ap
propriating tha cash fund of the Kearney
Normal school for the purchase of books
for the library; emergency. .
H. R. 2UI, by Case of Frontier Appro
priates 9i per cent ot the 1-mlll levy for
the State university for the years 1909 and
1910 and '$30,000 of the delinquent taxes' for
salaries. current expensva and permanent
8. F. 44. bv Ranaora of Douglas Bonded
Indebetednesa o( Omalia may aqual 6 per
cent of the actual cah valu of city prop
erty. Bonds may be Issued for mainte
nance of public utilities and ewr and In
tel section bonds may be lamind by the coun
cil without vols of the people under statu
tory limitation aa ta amount; emergent y.
8. F. 60, by Ransom of ' Douglas HeueaU
law providing county comptroller shall be
ex -officio comptroller of city of Omaha;
8. V.- M. by Fuller of Weward County
and praclnct assessors may administer
8. F. i. by King of Polk Clerk of dis
trict court before February I of each year
aliall return to the Stale Board ot Health
marriage and divorce statistics; penally
for failure; emergency.
8. K. 89, by Ransom of Douglas-I,ands
of minors may be mortgaged when not tit
violation of will for necessary support and
eirucatlon of aaid minora. Proceedings un
der court order, guardian to give bond to
apply money faithfully. Guardian may
mortgag property m his own name; emerg
ency. 8. F. . by Randall of Madison and King
of Polk Lands In villages may be vacated
for park purpoaes under condemnation pro
eedlngs; emergency. ' -
3. F. . by King of Polk-ouiity judgn
IWora February 1 each year shall send la
the secretary of tha Btste Board of Health
maxriaa statistics g.wthered from mm
rlage licenses; penalty for violation; emerg
ency. 8. F. 149. by Bartoa of Sallna Vlllaga at
taining a 1.0"0 population may upon peti
tion of one-fourth of legal voters submit
the question of retaining the village gov
ernment, vols to be taken at next annual
a F. 1, by liowt-ll of DougUav-Omaha
IC R. Us. by Lawrenca of Dodge Amend
ing tha military .coda of tha state to con
form to the amended Dirk law ot the
l'uiU4 Slate. YUa inllHary board shall
designate the amount of money to be paid
each company for armory rental. The mili
tary board ahall consist of the adutant
general and such other officers as shall be
OetUKnated by the commander-in-chief and
shall serve at the pleasure of the commander-in-chief.
Pay shall be fixed by
tho commander-in-chief instead of a fixed
salary and mileage aa undt-r the old law.
The adjuatant general ahall audit all hllla
of the department and he need not reside
in me statu capital as under the old law.
The medical corps Is not usslgned to any
regiment, but may be detailed to duty aa
the commander-in-chief orders; emergency.
8. V. Iti3, by Buck of Otoe Cider vinegar
shall contain not leas than 1.6 per cent by
weight of cider vinegar solids on final
8. F. 316. by Howell of Douglas-Providing
system of retirement and pensions for
public school teachers ot Omaha. Emer
gency. ' H. R. 70. by Case of Frontier To license
profeasolnal nurses and providing Qualifi
cations, Hoard of health shall appoint three
secretaries who shall be graduated nurses
to examine nurses, to be paid $5 a day for
actual service and 10 cents for each mile
traveled, to be paid out of the fees. Board
shall hold public examinations twice a
year or as often as desirable at Lincoln.
Applicants shall pay a lee of o. Nurses
graduating prior to January 1. 19U, who
have taken a course of instruction of six
months or more In some hospltsl or nurse
training school and who have hwd twelve
months' actual practice In addition thereto
may register without examination prior to
September 1, 1910. Nuraes that have had
two years of actual practice In this state
and are recommended by four reputable
physicians may register by paying the fee
before January 1, 1910, provided they are
engiDie. as follows: Twenty-one years old;
good moral character: education eaulvalent
to that required for admission to the high
school; graduated from a training school
connected with a general or nrlvate llioa-
puai wnere two or tnree years or training
la given. Applicants shall be examined In
theoretical and practical nursing, physiol
ogy and anatomy, materia medica, prac
tical and aurgical nursing, In mental and
nervous diseases. Nothing In the act shall
prevent members of religious societies nurs
ing gratuitously. Emergency.
11. R. . by Bushe of Klmball-Countles
may be resurveyed when a majority of the
legal voters ao decree. Emergency.
8. F. 2t&. by Banning of Cass Persons
engaged In tha transportation or manu
facture of dairy products. Ice cream or the
sale of milk or cream In bottles may have
distinguishing marks for t lie containers of
the same, a description of which shall be
filed with tha secretary of state and which
shall be protected by law. it ahall be un
lawful for any person other than the right
ful owner to ua such containers for any
purpose other than that designated by the
branding. Penalty of fine of from 15 to fit).
The food commisahiner ahall enforce the
II. R. 125. by Hector of Nemaha Appro
prlatea the matriculation fee of tho Peru
Normal school to tha library fund.
II. il. 123. by Buxhee, Carr. Chase, Har
Ington. Moore and Swan Appropriating
I'.aMV for the aid of weak school districts
o they may have at least five months of
school a year; emergency.
H. It. W. by Ktllen of Uage-Provldes for
the appointment o," six deputy ol. inspectors
by the state oil Inspector, with the consent
of the governor. If less than ten barrels
be Inspected at one time and place lb cents
a barrel; mora than ten and less than fifty,
15 cents a barrel; more than fifty barrels.
10 rents each. Color of oil must be watir
wlillei it shall not contain mora than a
trace of any sulphur compound: no water
or tsr'.lka matter nor more than 4 per
rent of residue after being distilled at &T9
degrees; shall not give a flash test below
1U degrees; specific gravity shall not ba
less than 46 degrees at a temperature ot
(M degrees; any pills of a yellowish or dark,
dirty tint may be rejected without a teal;
illuminating oils produced in Kansas. Ok
lahoma and Colorado when conspicuously
labelled may be sold where specific grav
ity Is not less than 42 degrees, and the resi
due Is not more than 7 per cent by weight
on distillation of 570 degrees. Gasoline shall
not be tested by the flash test, but by
specific gravity; must have a. specific
gravity of 62 degrees at a temperature ot
W) degrees; emergency.
H. R. 57. by Begole of Gage Appropriat
ing S7O.0O0 for two buikllnga at the Institute
ror Feeble Minded; emergency.
H. R. 133, by Armstrong of Buffalo Ap
propriates 150.000 for a north wing for the
Kearney Normal school; emergency.
H. R. 189, by Skeen of NemahaAppro
prlating 140,000 for administration building
and to complete the library building at. the
Peru Normal school: emergency.
H. R. 154, by Smith of Cass Vpon peti
tion of one-fourth of the legal voters of a
school district to the trustees twenty days
before annual meeting the question may be
submitted whether to levy a tax to create
a aneclal fund for tha erection of a school
house. The levy shall not exceed 10 mills
on the dollar above the 25 mills allowed for
general school purposes; emergency.
H. R. 391. by Clark of Richardson Board
of Educational Lands iwid Funds may In
vest tha permanent school fund In United
Btates or state aeourltles, registered county
and school district bonds, municipal bonds
of cities and villages of the state of Ne
H. R. 369, by Fish and Game Committee
Appropriating 12,000 for tha Improvement
and maintenance of the Cherry county fish
hatcheries; emergency. '
H. - R. 227, by Gates of Sarpy Appropri
ating $3,000 for Improvements at tiie South
Bend fish hatchery; emergency.
H. R. 270, by Blystone of Lancaster Ap
propriating $1,000 for the equipment of an
office for the Grand Army of the Republic
and pay for printing reports, housing relics
and records, etc.: emergency.
8. F. U. by Tanner of Douglas Making
the city treaaurer of South Omaha deputy
county treaaurer. He ahall be known as
ex-offieli, deputy county treasurer and
shall receive the salary' of $1,200 per annum
for services performed under the act;
8. F. 271, by Buhrman of Howard Qulet
ln the title to certain lots in St. Paul,
Neb. Emergency clause.
8. F. 241. by Committee on Drainage
Pre8ldont. secretary and treasurer ofjdrain
age district may borrow money for not to
exceed five years when authorised by the
board of directors, interest limited to 7
per cent. There being no debts outstanding,
the district may dlaaolve when three-flftha
of the members are In favor of dissolution
after due notice haa been given. The board
of directors of said district after petition
for enlargement haa been filed with the
county clerk, may prescribe tha conditions
rm which additional territory is to be added.
Any person may appeal to the dlatrlct court
from the Imposing of aaid conditions within
thirty days from the completion of canvaas
in aaid election. New territory shall be
added on majority of vote In old and also
In new territory to be added. Board of
directors of prior district shall constitute
board of enlarged district. Territory may
be detached by majority voe of entire
district provided the detached portion waa
not riven for benefit in which case the
benefit must have been paid. If districts
overlap, property must pay for benefits In
both. By three-fourth vote th board of
directors may change tiie meeUng place
for holding elections other than those for
changing boundaries. Emergency.
H. R. 2S. by Talcott of Knox Governor
shall appoint a state normal hoard to con
sist of five members In addition to the
state treaaurer and the stste superintend
ent, who are exofflilo members. Th
board shall have control of tha state
normals and the Junior nvrmale. Bup
plunts tha state Board of Education. Ap
pointment to ! made within ten day a
Board shall not constat of membera of one
political party: emeraenrv.
H. R- S1-. by Claims Committee of the
Hoc so Governor, aui'ltor and attorney
gereral ahall investigate rate of aurety
and fidelity companlea doing business In
the state, and bv June II. 10. fix a maxi
mum schedule of premiums, to be charged
oi each and all bouds, contracts, recog
nisances, stipulations and undertakings.
Beard haa authcrity to compel attendanca
of wltneaaea. Fees shall be paid out of
tha approprlttlon for prt aeoutk na under
I JuDkln anti trust act Nw premium
shall be In effect July 1, 1909. Penalty for
receiving greater premium than fixed flna
of not less than $160 ncr more than $300, or
Jail sentence of not less than thirty days
or not more than three .months, or both.
Auditor may revt ke order to transact busi
ness for violation, emergency.
8. F. 2K3, by Cain of Richardson-Enables
people of Richardson county to correct
history of some drainage bonds; emergency.
H. R. 264, by Cain of Richardson Amends
the drainage law under which drainage Is
being done in Nema .a county to meet
local conditions; emergency.
H. R. 27, by Tsylor of Hltchcock-Pre-venta
overbidding In one community to
fight competition, where firm or corpora
tion is engaged In doing business In other
!rts of the state; emergency.
B. F. 143, by Bartos of Saline Compels
railroads, express and telephone companies
to connect by telephone their office build
ings and grounds with public exchanges In
towns over 200. The rallwsy commission
shall enforce the act. Penalty, $100 to $500
fine, or Jail sentence of ten to thirty days.
8. F. 164. by Bodlnson of Buffalo Gives
the right to the land commissioner to con
tract for the removal of sand and gravel
from school lands. Emergency.
8. F. 10, by King of Polk All corpora
tions doling business in Nebraska shall pay
to the state an annual occupation tax
based on capital stock as follows: llO.OuO
or leas. $5 esch: 110.000 and not to exceed
$26,000. $10: $25,000 to loO.nOO. $30; $eO,000 to
$100,000. $30; $1000.000 to $-f0.OGO. $50; $260,000
tn $500,000, $75: $500,000 to $1.000,0110, $100; from
$1,000,000 to $2,000,000, $150; over J2.00O.O00. $200.
Tax ahall be paid July 1 of each year to
the secretary of state, who shall deposit
It. In the state tressury. Tf not paid by Sep
tember 1 at 4 o'clock, the same shall be
come delinquent and a penalty of $10 Is
added. Secretary of state shall report to
the governor by September 15. each year,
all dellquent corpontlona and tha governor
ahall thereupon Issue a proclamation and
all delinquent domestic corporations ahall
forfait their charter and foreign corpora
tions their charter unless payment Is made
to the secretary of state by September 10
at 4 p. m. All educational, religious, scien
tific and chatltab'e corporations and all coi
poratlons not organised for pecuniary piof.t
are exempt. Penalty, fine of $100 to $1,00,
or Imprisonment of 60 to 600 days, or bcth.
8. F. 134, by King of Polk A judgt, on
the conviction of any person of a fflony,
shall determine whether It Is the Jefen
dant'a first offenae and also the extent
of moral turpitude. If It Is the frst of
fense of the nature of a felony and the
court Is convinced the defendant will re
frain from similar acts, he may suspend
sentence and parol him, but the parole
shall not be less than for the maximum
time he might be sentenced. If the per
son's conduct remains good when the pa
role expiree, he mav dismiss the case
standing against him, but If his conduct Is
not good, he may be recalled and sentence
8. F. 255. by Randall of Madison Giving
power to Stste Rsllway commission to com
pel railroads to provide transfer switches
at points where there are two rsllroads.
where it Is practicable; penalty $500 fine
ti $1,000. Emergency.
S. F. 24. bv Brown of Iincaster Per
mits the county attorney of Incsster
'ountv to employ a detective to search
for evidence at a cost not to exceed $500
S. F. 156. by Bartoa of Saline Provides
'or the Incorporation of Bohemian fra
nal societies In like manner to their
S. F. 51. by Bartos of Saline Providing
-i salary of $4,000 a year to the county at
orr.ev of Douglas county. Emergency.
II. R. 2S7. bv Smith of Cass Permit" the
sale In season of sturgeon, catfish, buffalo,
carp, suckers and garfish. Emergency.
Laws Effective July 1, 1909
These Bills Were Passed by the legislature Wit li
on t the Emergency Clause, and W'll Become Opera
tive July 1, Under the Constitutional Ninety. day lrovlsion.
H. R. 79. by Skeen of Nemaha Joint
resolution memoraltxtng congress to in
stall a clock In the tower of the federal
building at IJncoln.
H. R. 90. by Carr of Keya Paha Every
firm of corporation aelling farm, dairy,
orchard or garden produce or warea on
consignment for commission aliall be a
commission merchant and ahall secure a
license (fee $10) of the food, dairy and
drug commission and furnish a $2.C00 bond.
Penalty from $lfX to $1,000 fine.
H. R. '80, by Dolesal of Saunders After
January 1. 1910. It shall be unlawful to sell
toy revolver shooting blank cartridges or
ahy blank cartridges for toy revolvers or
Ore crackers over five Inches long or more
than three-quarters of sn inch in diameter.
Dynsmtte caps may be used In mining or
for the purpose of danger signals or other
neresssry uses only. Penalty not over $loJ
fine or Imprisonment not over thirty daye.
11. R. 2. by Griffin of Burl Provided for
the appointment of Judges and clerks of
election fifteen days prior to the primary
H. R. 49. by Thomas of Douglaa Create
police relief and penaion fund for Omaha.
H. R. 7$, by Taylor of Custer Moderator
of school dlatrlct may administer oath to
director and treaaurer.
H. R. 76. by Kotouc of Rlrhtrdson
Creates a teachers' college In the state
H. R. 9, by Hadsell of . Saunders-Every
ball of binding twine must be labelled with
the name of tha manufacturer, the number
of feet per pound, per cent of oil contained,
material made from, tensile strength, and
date of manufacture.
8. F. 62. by Miller of Lancaster Make
constitutional th blackmailing law.
H. R. Ja, by Henry of Holt Appropriate
$'.'0,000 for Lincoln monument en the capltol
grounds, provided a donation of 110.(0 is
added. Mouuisent wiU be erected under
the governor, the Board of Public Lands
and Buildings and the Abraham Lincoln
8. F. 15. by Tanner of Douglas Governor
shall designate Hie papers ill which pro
posed constitutional amendments shall be
published. One paper in each countv.
B. F. Ul, by Howell of Douglas-Joint
resolution inemoraiising congress to Issue
t.Oo.tofl.OOO bonds to carry on the work ap
proved by the army engineers and the roil-
?reasional rlvera and harbors committee
or river improvements and waterways and
S. F. 159, by Miller of Lancaster Members
of secret fratenritlea shall be denrlved of
rights of high schools and elementary
schools. A nilsdemesnnr punishable by a
due of $2 to $10 to solicit membership on
S. F. 1. by Miller of iJincaster Appli
cant for divorce for cause of action arising
In the stste must have lived in the slat
one year unless marrlet in the state and
havlr.g I ved here unto the time of applica
tion. For cans- of action arising outside
"I state two years' residence is necessnry.
Three months' search for defendant after
filing petition is necessary before notice
by publication Is permitted. A decree shall
be final after six months without action hy
the court where no further proceeding la
8. F. 13. by Tibials of Adams- In a--know.etlgements
taken outside the stste
there must be a seal of record, and in raae
of Justice of the pesce statement of court
of record of Justice Jurisdiction.
8. F. l.d. by Miller of Lancaster-Vesting
In the city of Uncoln title to block 29 in
return for site for historical building.
H. R. 159. by Kurd of Cedar Amendment
to the primary election law. State, con
gresslonsl. Judicial and legislative commit
tees of the various political parties shall be
chosen In such manner a may be deter
mined by the state committee of each party.
County committee aiiail be elcoted by
countv convention. The various political
parties shall hold a delegate stale conven
tion on the last Tuesday In July of each
year. This convention shall formulate u
state platform and elect a state cen.ral
committee. County conventions shall be
held prior to the tate convention at which
delegate to the tate convention and mem
ber of the county central committee shall
be selected. No provision is made for call
ing the county convention.
H. R. 149. by Carr of Keya Paha Provid
ing that on January 2, 1910, any territory
which Is not then part of any school dis
trict shall by the county superintendent of
the county In which such territory lies
either be organised into new districts or
attacheu to one or more adjoining district.
H. R. 214, by Skeen of Nemaha Provide
for the election of precinct aasessors and
makes the election law for supreme Judge
conform to the new constitutional amend
ment. In 1909 and every lx year there
sfter there shall be elected three Judges
of the supreme court who shall hold office
for six years; in 1911 and every six years
thereafter three Judges of the supreme
court who shall hold office for six yeara;
and In 1918 and every six year thereafter,
there shall be elected a chief Justice of the
supreme court to hold office for six years.
In 1909. In all counties under township or
ganization one township assessor shall be
elected and every second year thereafter
for each townhlp. In 1909 and every two
year thereafter there hall be elected In
each city and each village having 1,000 In
habitant or over one city assessor and
In cities having a population of .000 one
addltionsl district assessor for each 4.000
Inhabitants or major fracton thereof. Dis
trict assessors shall be elected from the
district In which they reside by the electors
of their respective districts.
II. R. 216, by Skeen of Neman Amend
the revenue act by prescribing the duties
of precinct assessors Instead or deputy as
sessor. The precinct assessor hsll not hold
office two terms in ucceslon. The county
board at Its first meeting after the lew
goes Into effect (hall dlvld all dtle hav
ing a population of more than 4.000 Into
suitable assessment districts as nearly as
possible 4,000 population to the assessor.
H R. 22. by Griffin of Burt Punishes
with a fine of not less than $10 or more
than $60 any person who hall deposit In
any rosd ditch along a public highway
which led to any drain or ditch any
brush, trees, hsy, straw, manure or any
other debris. In addition the offender is
labia to damages to party Injured.
II. R. 423, by Joint Committee of House
Mid Senste Guarsnty bsnklng Mil.
R. R. 170. by Moore of Red Willow Pro
'Ulng bushel of spelts shall weigh forty
lounds, alfalfa sixty pounds to bushel,
srern apples forty-eight pounds per bushel,
sorghum seed, fifty pounds.
H. R. 10. by Tsylor of York Changing
fees of county Judges and adding new feea
as follows: Each additional name In a
subpoena, 5 rents; recording petitions over
200 words, 1 cent for each word; recording
report of commissioners, appraiser or the
proceeding and Judgment of the district
court on appeal from the decision of the
commissioners, 60 cents; over 200 words, 1
cent for every ten words thereafter; first
entry on any probate matter on the "Gen
eral Index to Probate Records" 26 cents;
each Index thereafter 6 oenta, provided not
more than $1 ahall be charged for indexing
any probate matter; for temporary re
straining order or Injunction In sbsenoe of
district Judge, $2: appointment of apprsls
ers In condemnstlon proceedings, $2; cer
tifying report of appraisers to county
clerk snd msking transcript of same to
district court, under lu words, 60 cents,
for each additional 10 words, 1 cent; for
filing and proving and recording official
bonds of abstracter. $1. v
H. R. 11.' by Tylor of York In addition
to other record I he probate Judge hll
keep a "General Index to Probate Records"
and an "Index to Wilis Deposited."
H. R. 47. by Yminil of Madison- Follre
Judge In cities outside of county set i
given jurisdiction In truancy cases.
. R. 127, by Wwt of Hall Trovldes a
penalty for advertising false poJigre ot
H. R. 140, by Klllen ef Gage Require
label on paint package formula of con
tents. Goes luto effect January 1, 1910.
H. R. 12. by Taylor at York Coat due
decedent shall go to th estate.
H. R. U, by Taylor of York Extension
of time to be granted tor the payment of
debts against eetatea,
H. R. M. by Sink of Ifall Hotel must
air mattresaea at least one in three
months; top bed sheet must be ninety-nlnt
Inches' in length; Individual towel munf
be furnished rues La; in town where then,
re water work and sewers, must be con
nected with hotel: labor commissioner em
powered to Inspect hotels,
H. R. 22, by Talcott of KnoxProvides
for the commitment of the criminally in
sane to asylum.
H. R. 137, by Chase of Dawes County
commissioners shall appoint Inspectors to
Inspect horses and cattle shipped out of
county. For the preventing of selling
stolen cattle and horses.
II. R. 367, by Hospodsky of Saline Ap
propriates $10,000 for barn, horses and
equipment for Kearney Industrial school.
1L R. 39, by Kelley of Faunas Appro
priates $3,000 to reimburse member of
soldiers' homes from whom the state ha
taken pension money.
H. R. 114, by Carr of Keya Paha Appro
priates $15,000 for sn experimental station
In northwest Nebraska. Located by board
of regents and maintained under direction
of regent. Out of temporary university
H. IR- 168. by Buahee of Kimball Giving
bond holder In irrigation district author
ity to bring suit to test validity of bonds.
H. R. 235, by Clark of Richardson In
creasing the salaries of the deputy secre
tary of stste and deputy state superintend
ent to $1,800.
H R. 297. bv Taylor of Hitchcock Ap
propriating $525 to re-establish the fifth
guide meridian In Dundy county under su
pervision of state surveyor and draftsman.
H- H. 160, by Thomas of Douglas In
crease the aJary of bailiff of district
court in Dougla county to $1,909 annually.
II R. 236. by Miller of Cttster County
superintendent hall fumlh each district
in the county a course of study prepared
by the state superintendent. To forward
to teachers printed questions of review,
furnish blanks for annual report of school
officers, same to be paid for out ef county
H. R.' 633, by Wilson of Polk .Provides
for th reorganisation of dissolved national
banks as state banks and provides fof the
participation by national banks In the assets
snd benefit of the depositor' guaranty
fund whenever congress or a federel court
decision or a departmental oonstruotlen of
the national banking law permit them to
dl"R 4. by Evn of Hamilton Railroads "
hall receive and transport . grain In bulk
Jithln a reasonable time and load without
lacrtmlnatlon between shippers. Railway
commission to enforce the act.
H. R. 1$, by Bushee of Kimball Appro
priates $15.0H0 for an experimental substa
tion to be established west of the Wid
meridian under control and management
of the Board of Regents of the university.
If. R. 144. by Taylor of Hitchcock Dor
mant Judgments cannot be revived after
II. R. 179. by Bushee of Kimball Provides
secretary of State Board of Irrigation may
appoint superintendent of canal or Irriga
tion ditch upon failure of director to do so.
H. R. 24(. by Connolly of Douglas Pen
slon fund for Omaha firemen.
H R. 874, by Clark of Richardson Mall
or express train of more thn five cars
carrying passengers must be manned by
a crew of five persona; passenger trains of
flsv cars or less, crew f four persons;
freight trsln crew of ftve persons; main
line local freight, ..earning 100 mile or
mote, and carrying passengers, shall have
a crew of six persons. Penalty, a fine of
from $100 to fl.ftrt. Utblllty for damages.
Railway commission to er force act.
H. R. 19. by Stoecker of Douglas Roar4
of Education of Omaha shall be elected one
from each ward.
H. R. 112. by Fries of Howard Board of
County Commissioners or supervisors may
levy not to exceed on mill on th value
tlon of said county to he known as "Rvj.
clsl Emergency Bridge Levy." to be used
for the repair or construction of brtdgas.
8. F. 18. by Ransom of Douglas Governor
to appoint five examiners from a list of
ter or more nsmes submitted by the Neg
brstks Osteopathic association.- who, with
the governor shall be known as the ataUs
Board of Osteopathy. Governor appoints
a secretary and treaaurer. Examiners
hall meet In Lincoln in July, and at such
time and place a a majority of examiners
may designate. Any person not llwrtead In
Ivl state previous to th taking efraot of
this act shall epphr for . a certificate to
practice accompanied by a $26 fa. Cor
Cbctiaued aa jttata VagaJt
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