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PAGE 292-By McArthur. To legalize cer

tain ordinances of the town of

Salix.
Read first and second times and
referred

386 Reported....

401 Passed...

504 298-By Wells. Declaring express

companies common carriers
and providing for their regula-

tion and control.
Read first and second times and
referred...

051 Reported....

762 Minority report..

852 Passed....

869 300—By McArthur. To provide for the

celebration of the semi-ceo-
tennial of the admission of

Iowa into the union.
Read first and second times and
referred

319 Reported... 302-By Committee on Appropriations.

Making appropriations for the
support of the soldiers' Home

at Marshalltown, Iowa.
Read first and second times, con-
sidered and passed........

842 304-By Committee on Police Regula

tions. To amend section 515 of
the Code of Iowa in regard to

the power of marshals.
Read first and second times and
referred ....

732 311–By Lauder. To amend section 2276

of the Code authorizing guard-
ians of insane persons to
mortgage the real estate of

their wards.
Read first and second times and
referred

553 Reported.

698 Passed....

297 314-By Committee on Appropriations.

Making appropriations for the
Iowa School for the Deaf at

Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Read first and second times, con-
sidered and passed......

843 316—By Morrison of Keokuk. To

amend section 1226 of Code of

Iowa relating to drainage. Read first and second times and referred

716 Reported....

723 317—By Committee on Appropriations.

To pay the expense of procur-
ing badges for certain em-
ployes of the Twenty-sixth

General Assembly.
Read first and second times and
referred.....

427 Reported...

721 Passed.....

885 325-By Nolan. To amend chapter 62

of the acts of the Twenty-fifth
General Assembly to tax the

traffic in intoxicating liquors.
Read first and second times and
referred....

603 Reported...

669 Passed...

767 326– By Potter. To provide for the

encouragement of the manu

facture of sugar.
Read first and second times and
referred

841 Reported....

882

H.F.

PAGE 327-By Reed. To legalize the acts of

the town council of Roland,

Iowa.
Read first and second times and
referred

386 Reported ...

401 Passed..

506 329-By Voelker. Releasing and

granting the city of Dubuque

title to certain lands.
Read first and second times and
referred.

487 Reported....

494 Substituted for Senate File 284. 688 Passed..

688 330-By Voelker. To fix the salaries

of aldermen in cities orgauized
under special charter, having

a population of 40,000.
Read first and second times and
referred.....

708 331-By Voelker. To authorize cities

acting under special charters
to provide for the sprinkling of

streets.
Read first and second times and
referred...

553 Reported...

657 Passed...

893 332-By Watters. To amend section

989 of the Code relative to the

drainage of surface water. Read first and second times and

referred Reported.........

603 Passed.....

871 333-By Hendershot. To legalize the

incorporation of the town of

Pleasantville, Iowa.
Read first and second times and
referred

386 Reported...

402 Passed..

506 343-By Potter. To amend section 1132

of the Code of 1873, relating to

insurance bonds.
Read first and second times and
referred......

740 346-By Nietert. To amend sections 7

and 13, of chapter 33, acts of the

Twenty-fourth General Assem-
bly, relating to the manner of

holding elections.
Read first and second times, con-
sidered and passed......

284 349-By Power. To amend section 4,

chapter 143, acts of the six-
teenth General Assembly relat-
ing to appointment of judges

of superior courts.
Read first and second times and
referred....

386 Reported...

462 Passed....

586 350-By Weaver. Authorizing certain

cities to establish a department

of health.
Read first and second times and
referred

528 Reported.....

614 351-By Obapman. To reimburse

Woodbury county, Iowa, for
the maintenance of F. G. and

Jennie Laughlin.
Read first and second times and
referred

848 Reported...

872 Passed...

920

919

HF.

PAGE 355-By Miller of Warren. Defining

bicycles and regulating their

use.
Read first and second times and
referred

691 Reported....

723 361-By Lambert. To repeal section

6, chapter 43, of the acts of the
Twenty third General Assem-
bly, in reference to compensa-

tion of justices of the peace.
Read first and second times, con-

sidered and passed...... 732 372-By Garner. To repeal section 1,

chapter 7, of the acts of the

Twenty-fourth General As-
sembly, relating to compensa-
tion of mayors when acting as

justice of the peace,
Read first and second times and
referred

761 Reported ..

834 Passed..... 373-By Griswold. Prohibiting the re

moval of dirt, gravel or sand

from the highways.
Read first and second times, pass-
ed on file

552 Reported..

863 376-By Ladd. Relating to the protec

tion of members and beneficia-
ries of beneficiary organiza-

tions.
Read first and second times and
referred

591 377-By Lavender. To amend chapter

167, acts of the Nineteenth Gen-
eral Assembly, relarive to re-
vocation of certificate or di-

ploma.
Rad first and second times and
referred

548 Reported ..

700 378--By Building and Loan Committee.

Providing a subst tute for
chapter 6 of title 9, of the Code
of 1873, establishing and gov.
erning mutual building and

loan associations.
Read first and second times and
referred

443 Reported

585 Passed....

667 379-By Ranck (by request). Toamend

section 1717 of the Code, as
amended by chapter 51 acts of
the Nineteenth General Assem-
bly, relating to powers of elec-

tors.
Read first and second times and
referred

544 Reported ...

900 383 - By McArthur. Amending chapter

2 of title 10. of the Code of 1873,
relating to drainage and lev-

ees.
Substituted for Senate File No
357.

666 Considered and passed...

666 385 --By Mayne. To improve the pub

lic highways of the state.
Read first and second times and

referred
396-By McDonald. To repeal section

1740 of the Code, relative to
duties of president of school

board.
Read first and second times and
referred

568 Reported..

701

H.F.

PAGE 400—By Early. To amend section 2,

chapter 3, of the acts of the
Fifteenth' General Assembly,

relative to pay of chaplains.
Read first and second times and
referred

368 Reported.

584 Passed

585 402-By Appropriation Committee.

Making an appropriation for
the lodustrial Home for the

Bliod at Knoxville.
Read first and second times and
passed

842 408-By Whelan. To amend section

3856 of the Code of Iowa, rela-
tive to assisting prisoners to

escape.
Read first and second times and
referred

691 Reported

895 Passed...

896 411-By Hinkhouse. To reimburse Ce

dar county, Iowa, for mainte

nance of Stella Lupton.
Read first and second times and
referred

860 Reported.

873 Passed...

921 412-By Allen. To legalize the acts of

the board of directors of the
independent school district of

Eagle, Iowa.
Read first and second times and
referred

716 Reported

.808, 928 Passed...........

929 418-By Miller of Cherokee. To enable

the trustees or commissioners
of state institutions to lay out,
establish, vacate or change

public highways.
Read first and second times and
referred.....

529 Reported ..

606 420-By Nietert. To amend chapter

168 of the acts of the Nineteenth
General Assembly, empower-
ing cities under a special char-
ter to establish"boards of

healih.
Read first and second times and
referred

707 Reported...

724 Recalled..

7724 Reported...

Passed...
422-By Wood, Making appropriations

for enlarging the cell capacity
and yard of the penitentiary at

Fort Madison, Iowa.
Read first and second times, con-
sidered and passed....

561 423---By Allen. To legalize the organ

ization of the independent
school district of Stockport,

Iowa.
Read first and second times and
referred...

592 Reported.

604 Passed...

627 429--By Jay. To legalize a certain

bond issue of the incorporated

town of Manning, Iowa.
Read first and second times and

referred
Reported...

807 Recommitted

827

856 H.F.

PAGE 440---By Smith. To legalize the organ

ization and official proceedings
of the independent school dis-

trict of Cooper, Iowa.
Read first and second times and

passed .....
445-By Morrison. To amend section

111 of the Code, providing for an
additional member of the exe-

cutive council.
Read first and second times and
referred

823 -447—By Thompson. To repeal section

1 of chapter 31 of the laws of
the Twenty-second General
Assembly, relating to the
change of names of railway

stations.
Read first and second times and
referred

132 Reported....

802 Passed

802 -456—By Cornwall. To repeal chapter

8 of the laws of the Fifteenth
General Assembly relating to

permanent survey of lands.
Read first and second times and
referred

732 Reported

807 Failed to pass

900 463—By Hendershot. To legalize the

resolutions and ordinances
passed and elections held to

bond the city of Pella, Iowa.
Read first and second times and

substituted for Senate File No.
400.

708 464-By McMillan. To amend section

29, chapter 28, laws of the
Twenty-second General As-
sembly relating to railroads

and other common carriers.
Read first and second times and
referred

717 Reported

839 Passed

860 469—By Brady. To amend section 902

of the Code limiting the time
of bringing actions on tax

deeds.
Read first and second times and
referred

755 Reported...

895 Failed to pass

918 470—By Brandt. To authorize cities

acting under a special charter
to usë parks, public squares or
plats of grounds for free public

library building.
Read first and second times and
referred

717 Reported

832 Passed..

900 472-By Wheeler. To amend section 3

of chapter 134 of the acts of the
Twenty-first General Assembly
to transfer Harrison county
from the Fourth to the Fif-

teenth judicial district.
Read first and second times and
referred

756 475-By Finch. To provide for a uni

form policy of fire insurance. Read first nd second times and referred......

668 478-By Morrison of Keokuk. To legal

ize the purchase of ground by
the independent district No. ,
of West Lafayette township,

Keokuk county, Iowa.
Read first and second times and
referred...

717 Reported...

807 Passed..

889

H. F.

PAGE 479-By, Military, Committee. Το

change and modify the por:
traiture and design to be placed
on the Iowa soldiers' and sail-

ors' monument.
Read first and second times and
referred......

603 Reported....

882 480—By Morrison of Grundy. To re

peal sections 1 and 2, chapter
20, acts of the Twenty-fourth

General Assembly.
Read first and second times and
referred..

813 Reported

835 Passed

869 481-By Wood To provide for proper

recognition of the battleship

Iowa.
Read first and second times and
referred

889 Reported...

898 Passed.....

898 482-By Weaver. To provide for an

exhibit of the resources of the
state of Iowa at the Trans-Mis-
sissippi and International ex-
position to be held at Omaha

in 1848.
Read first and second times and
referred .....

888 Reported...

898 Passed...

899 483—By Davis. Providing for the ap

pointment and salary of a sec-
retary and treasurer of the

commissioners of pharmacy.
Read first and second times and
referred..

716 Reported

773 Passed....

889 486-By Hinman. To legalize the in

corporation proceedings and
ordinances of the incorporated

town of Woolstock, Iowa.
Read first and second times and

referred..
Reported.

698 Substituted for Senate File 418..

705 Passed...

705 488-By Wilson Legalizing ordinances

of the city of Clinton, Iowa. Read first and second times and referred

652 Reported.

662 Passed

663 489-By Merrell. Legalizing the an

nexation of the city of Lyons to

the city of Clinton, Iowa.
Read first and second times and
passed ...

662 491-By Lavender. To legalize the in

corporation of the town of

Jolly, Iowa.
Read first and second times and
referred...

707 Reported....

808 Passed..

895 495—-By Smith. To legalize the official

acts and ordinances of the
town council of the incor-

porated town of Scranton, Iowa.
Read first and second times and
referred..

755 Reported..

807 Passed...

871 496—By Byington. To apportion the

state into representative dis

tricts.
Read first and second times and
passed..

933

.... 651

HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS.

70

Showing the bills which, as originally introduced or as modified by amend-
ment became laws, with the number of the chapters respectively:

SENATE BILLS.

No. Bills.

No. Chapter.

S. F. 1. Regulating fraternal beneficiary societies, orders, or asso-
ciations.

21
4. For the better protection of fish

80

5. To provide for an extension and use of state library.

49

6. Tendering to the United States jurisdiction over certain
Indians, and over their lands.

110
7. To prohibit the sale and manufacture of cigarettes.-

96
9. In relation to offenses against the life and person.-

17. Relating to aliens inheriting --

104

19. Authorizing cities of first class to lay sidewalks.

1

22. To authorize the transfer of county road funds.

42

24. Requiring juvenile prisoners to be kept apart.

105

27. To pay the widow of Hon. L. O. Hatch..

155

32. Legalizing the incorporation of Pulaski...

198
37. Relative to the sale of property by common carriers 107
39. To relieve asylum at Andrew from indebtedness to state.. 113
40. Relative to text books for use of pupils in public schools - 37
44. Granting to the United States conseut to purchase certain
lands, and jurisdiction over the same..

111

57. Relative to the militia.....

102

65. To prevent combinations between fire insurance companies 22

66. To prevent blindness and for the care of infants..

57

68. Relative to trimming osage, orange and other hedge

fences...

48

69. Relative to transfer of corporate stock when used as collat-

eral security..

81

76. Legalizing the ordinances of Glidden.

186

106. Regulating the forfeiture of contracts..

73

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