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and its affairs as they may deem proper,
and also rules prescribing penalties ana
fln^s for any violation thereof, such rules
and regulations shall be j.ost9d in con
spicuous places in the rooms occupied bv
the library. Such judges are autnorized
to direst such purchases of books,
pamphlets and documents for the library,
and to direct tuch sales and exchange of
books, pampnlets and documents in th
library as they may deem best
Sec. 6 Every officer of the state who
shall receive any volume of the laws,
Journals, reports or other documents of
any other state or territory of the United
States or any foreign country, or any of
the off-.cers thereof for the use of this
state shall immediately deliver the same
to the state librarian for the state
library
Sec 7 AH moneys received for books
sold or for injury to or failure to return
books other property of the library, or
for fines shall be expended for the bene
fit of the library
gee 8 The librarian is hereby author-
1/0(1 under the direction of the judges of
the supreme court to expend not to ex
ceed the sum of four thousand dollars
($4,000) annually in the purchase of books
for the library seven hundred dollars
($700 annually in binding and repairing
books for the library, and five hundred
dollars ($500) annually for contingent
purposes.
SBC. 9 For the pirposes of this act
thre shall be and hereby is appropriated
the eum of rine thousand six hundred
dollars ($1,600) for the fiscal year ending
July Ihii ty first, nineteen hundred and
four, and annually thereafter.
Sec 10 All acts *n parts of acts in
consistent with this act are hereby re
pealed Provided, further, that all stand
ing appropriations heretofore made for
any of the purposes herein specified are
hereby repealed
Sec 11 This act shall take effect and
be in forc9 iiom and after August first,
nineteen hundred and three.
Approved April 18, If03.
CHAPTER 273 S NO 468
AN ACT entitled "an act to authorize
savings banks, annuity, safe deposit and
trust companies to invest in certain se
curities
Be it enacted by the legislature of the
State of Minnesota
Section 1 It shall hereafter be lawful
for the trustees of any savings bank to
invest the moneys deposited therein, and
for any annuity, safe deposit and trust
company doing business in this state, to
invest any of its capital or the moneys
under its control, in the debenture stock
of any railway company owning and
operating a line of road in whole or
in part within the State of Minnesota,
provided that said debenture stock shall
bear at least four per cent interest per an
num, and shall be secured by trust deed
as a first lien upon said line of railway,
provided, that no annuity, safe deposit,
trust companies, or savings banks shall
ever loan upon or invest in the debenture
etock of any one railroad company to ex
ceed in the aggregate five (5) per cent or
its deposits
Seo 2 All acts or parts of acts in
consistent herewith are hereby repealed.
Sec 3 This act shall take effect and be
In force from and after its passage
Approved April 18, 1903.
CHAPTBH 274S NO 475
AN ACT to authorize and empower vil
lages under certain circun-stances to is
sue bonds, for the payment of its float
ing indebtedness
Be it enacted by the legislature of the
State of Minnesota.
Section 1 That any village in this state
which ha3 a floating indebtedness in
cuired by legitimate expenses for lm
piovements on streets, for procuring fire
protection, or for construction or repairs
of Milage hall or for any and all such
Improvements amounting to three thou
sand dollars ($3 000) or over besides Its
bonded indebtedness, nay issue its bonds
for an amount as nearly equal as may be
to the amount of such floating indebted
ness, not to exceed In the aggregate with
bonds already Issued, fifteen per cent of
the assessed valuation of such village,
which bonds shall bear interest at a rate
to be determined by the village council of
paid village not to exceed six per cent
(8) per annum, payable semi-annually
and shall mature at such time as may be
determined by said village council, not
to exceed fifteen U5) years from the date
of their issuance, such bonds shall be
sold by the village council of such village
In such manner as they shall deem ad
visable, but shall not be Fold for less
than their par value, and the proceeds
arising from the sale thereof shall be
applied to the payment of the debts of
said village not represented by its bonds.
nrovBfed, that this act bhall apply only
to such indebtedness as shall be actually
aay'of April 1903.
Be* 2 Before bords shall be issued
pursuant to tha provisions ot section one
(1) of this act the village council shall
by resolution duly passed and recorded,
authorize the issuance thereof, subject tj
the approval of the legal voters of said
village and bv such resolution the village
council shall determine the amount of
bonds to be issued, the rate of interest
which thsy shall bear and the time of
their maturity, ard shall fix a mo,
either at an annual village election or a
special election to be called for that pur
pose when the voters of such village shall
vote upon the question of the issuance of
such bonds.
The form of the ballot therefor shall be
as follows.
Shall the village of is
sue Its bonds in the sum of
5 bearing interest at the
rate of per cent per annum
rcaturlng years after
date thereof, pursuant to resolu
tions of the villaee council
passed on the day of
190
ed upon the settlement with said county
treasurer.
Sec. 3. This act shall take effect and be
In force from and after its passage.
Approved April 38, 1903.
CHAPTER 276S. NO. 358
AN ACT to define and regulate fraternal
beneficiary associations, corporations
and societies, and exempting the same
and their buildings, and their assets,
and all dues, assessments, money, ben
efits, reliefs and funds from the opera
tion of certain provisions of the laws
of this state relating to taxation, in
surance, garnishment, attachment or
seizure, and declaring them to be In
stitutions of public charity.
Be it enacted by the legislature of the
State of Minnesota
Section 1 That a fraternal beneficiary
association is hereby declared to be a cor
poration, society or voluntary association
formed or organized and carried on for
the sole benefit of its members and their
beneficiaries, and not for profit.
Bach association shall have a lodge
system with ritualistic form of work,
and representative form of government,
and shall make provision for the payment
of benefits in case of death, and may
make provision for the payment of bene
fits in case of sickness, temporary or
permanent physical disability, either as
the result of disease, accident or old age,
provided the period of life at which the
payment of physical disability benefits
on account of old a&e commences snail
not be under seventy (70) years
All subject to the compliance of Its
members with its constitution and by
laws The funds from which the dis
bursements of such association shall be
made shall be derived from assessments
and dues collected from its members
Payment of death benefits shall be to
the families, heirs, blood relatives, af
fianced husband or affianced wife of or to
persons dependent upon the member Any
such fraternal beneficiary association
may create, maintain, disburse and apply
a reserve or emergency fund in accord
ance with its constitution or by-laws, and
every such association shall be deemed
and held to be institutions of public char
ity
The term, "fraternal beneficiary asso
ciation," wherever used in this act, or in
any other law of this state hereafter
enacted, shall be construed to mean any
association such as is defined in this sec
tion
Sec 2 The money, or other benefit,
charity, relief or aid to be paid, provided
or rendered by any association authorized
to do business under this act shall not
be liable to attachment, garnishment or
other process, and shall not be seized,
taken, appropriated or applied by any
legal or equitable process or by operation
of law to pay any debt or liability of a
certificate holder or of any beneficiary
named in any certificate or any person
who may have any right thereunder
And the buildings and other property
used by said association In carrying on
its business, and all dues, assessments
and other payments and the accumula
tions thereof, held and possessed by said
association for the payment of death,
sick or disability benefits, and the re
serve, emergency and other mortuary
funds of said association shall be exempt
from taxation for state, county and
municipal purposes
Provided, that nothing: na this act snail
be construed to exempt from taxation
any real estate owned by any association
incorporated or doing business under the
provisions of this act, except such as is
occupied exclusively by such association
In carrying on its business
Sec 3 This act shall apply to and gov
ern any and all associations, corporations
and societies heretofore organized or au
thorized to do business in this state and
now or hereafter operating upon a plan
in accordance with the provisions of this
Sec 4 Any and all acts and parts of
acts in conflict with the provisions of
this act are hereby repealed
Sec 5 This act shall take effect and
be in force from and after its passage.
Approved April 18, 1903.
CHAPTER 277-S NO. 807.
AN ACT to permit one or more
school districts adjoining a school dis
trict which maintains a state graded or
a state high school to consolidate with
the latter, and for the transportation of
children to and from school at public
expense
Be it enacted by the legislature of the
State of Minnesota1
Section 1 Any school district or sev
eral school districts may be consolidated
with an adjoining school district which
maintains a state graded or a state high
school in the manner hereinafter de
scribed and the limitations as to terri
tory now provided by law for independ-
e^ a d^
8districts
Yes INo.
the ls-
Voters who desire to vote for
Sbanca of such bonds shall place a cross
(X) opposite the word "Yes" on said
ballot, and those who desire to vote
against the issuance of such bends shall
tlace a cross (X) opposita the word "No"
en said ballot The said election shall
be conducted, and the votes cast thereat
shall be canvassed and counted, and the
result therefor certified in like manner as
in the case of an election for village offi
cers If a majority of the voters who
vote upon said question shall vote for
the issuance of said bonds, then the same
shall b3 issued by said council and Bold
but not other* i?e
3 This act shall take effect and be
In force from and after its passage
Approved April 18. 1903
CHAPTER 273S NO 415.
AN ACT to provide for and authorize the
payment of a bounty for the arrest and
conviction of any person or persons for
horse staaling, where application for
such bounty has not heretofore been
made by the person or persons claiming
the same, within twenty days after the
conviction of the criminal
Be it enacted by the legislature of the
State of Minnesota
Section 1 That whenever any person or
persons, claiming a bounty for the arrest
and conviction of any person or persons,
under the provisions of section 7869 of
tl General Statutes of Minnesota for
1894, as amended by chapter 97 of the
laws of 1897 and by chapter 212 of the
luvrs of 1901 nas failed to apply to the
judge, or to file such application with the
clerk, of the district court of the county
wherein such conviction was had, for the
order on the clek for the certificate pro
\ided In section 7870 of the General Sta
tutes for 1894 any such person or per
so is, so claiming such bounty and fail
ing to make the application aforesaid
within the time provided and limited in
said section, may within thirty days from
the tartar.? effect of this act, file with the
cierk of the district court of the county
wherein such conviction was had, an Ap
plication to the judge of said court for
an order on the clerk thereof for the
certificate provided tor In said sections
7869 and 7870, and the judge of said court
is hereDy authorized and empowered to,
Rnd shall thereupon, in the same manner
as if said application had been made
within the time provided and limited by
said section 7870, appoint a time apd
place for the purpose of taking and hear
ing evidence of the peison or persons
claiming such bounty, establishing their
right thereto, who shall be notified by
the clerk of 3aid court of the time and
place for hearing the same, and if, after
hearing such evidence, it shall appear to
tie satisfaction of said judge that any
person persons applying therefor are
entitled/to such bounty, he shall appor
tion the same among the claimants, if
more than cne. and make an order direct
ing the clerK to issue a certificate or cer
tificates therefor, each and every such
person so applying for such bounty shall
pay all costs and expenses made by him
or them. Provided, that no application
shall be considered where the conviction
occurred more than six months prior to
the passage of this act.
See 2 Upon the presentation of such
certificate or certificates from the clerk
ot said court, setting forth the object for
which the same was issued, to the treas
urer of the proper county, such person
ior persons shall be entitled to receive,
and there shall be paid to such person'or
persons by such county treasure!, the
bounty provided for in said section 7860,
as amended as aforesaid and such coun
ty treasurer shall take a receipt for the
same, setting forth the object for which
It was paid whicn certificate and receipt
sba-1 be forwarded to the state auditor
who shalU at the next settlement, place
a warrant for such amount into the
ufcands of the state treasurer, to be credit-
ro3nj8c08V^^
"apply to consolidated' under the
provisions of this act.
Sec 2 "Whenever a petition signed by a
majority of the resident freeholders ot
each of the districts, including the dis
trict which maintains a state graded or
a state high school, which are proposed
to be consolidated (which fact shall in
said petition be certified to by the clerks
of the several districts) is presented to
the superintendent of schools of the coun
ty wherein that one of the districts which
maintains a state graded or a state high
school lies in whole or In major part, he
shall within ten (10) days cause written
or printed notices to be posted in three
(3) of the most public places in each of
said districts, requesting the qualified
electors thereof to assemble at some spec
ified time in some specified place In the
district which maintains a state graded
or a state high school, for the purpose of
voting by ballot for or against the con
solidation of said districts The notice of
such meetings shall be posted at least
ten (10) days prior to the date of such
meeting
Sec 3 The electors of the several dis
tricts assembled pursuant to such notices
shall proceed to elect from their own
number a chairman, assistant chairman,
and a clerk, who shall be Judges of elec
tion The electors In favor of the consol
idation of the districts shall write, or
have written or printed, upon their bal
lots the words "In favor of consolida
tion and those opposed, "Against con
solidation The chairman of such meet
ing shall, within ten (10) days thereafter,
certify the result of such vote to the su
perintendent of schools above specified
Sec 4 If It shall appear from such re
port that a majority of the electors pres
ent and voting voted in favor of consoli
dating the districts, said superintendent
shall, within ten (10) days thereafter, cer
tify to the county auditor of each county
wherein any of said districts lie that they
have been consolidated into one district,
the number of which shall be the number
of that one of the districts which main
tains a state graded or a state high
school, which facts shall be immediately
entered upon the records of said auditor
or auditors The auditor of the county
in which that one of the districts which
maintains a state graded or a state high
school, lies In whole or In major part,
shall immediately notify the clerks of the
several districts of said record of consoli
dation
Sec 5. Within ten (10) days from the
receipt of the notice of record by the
clerks of the several districts the officers
of the several districts shall turn over
to the officers of that one of the districts
which maintain^ a state graded or a state
high school the records, funds and effects
belonging to their several districts. The
said officers of the district which main
tains a state graded or a state high
school shall be the officers of the consoli
dated districts, and the organization of
that district shall be the organization of
the consolidated district, and the laws
governing that district shall apply to the
consolidated district when not Inconsist
ent with the provisions of this act
Sec 6 The board of education or the
board of trustees of any district consoli
dated from other districts, under the pro
visions of this act, shall have power to
provide for the transportation of children
to and from school at public expense,
subject to such rules and regulations as
they may adopt, provided, however, that
every person employed for this purpose
shall be required to give a reasonable
bond for the faithful discharge of his du
ties as prescribed by said board of edu
cation, or board of trustees.
Sec 7 Districts organized hy consoli
dation of other districts, under the pro
visions of this act, shall succeed to all
their rights and be subject to all the lia
bilities of the several consolidated dls-
Sec,' 8 Nothing in this act shall be
construed to prevent school districts con
solidating and organizing under the pro
visions of chapter 262, General Laws of
1901, at their option
Sec. 9 This act shall take effect and
be in force from and after its passage.
Approved April 18, 1903
CHAPTER 278S NO. 161.
AN ACT to prevent pilfering grain, flax
seed or other property from any car or
sweeping any car while in transit, or on
any track of any railroad, or in any
railroad yards, or on any siding In the
State of Minnesota-
Be it enacted by the legislature of the
State of Minnesota:
Section 1 That any person, not the
owner or his agent, or having charge of
a car for the purpose of loading the
same, who takes from any railroad car
while the same is in transit, or in the
yards, or on any siding or any track of
any railroad in this state, any grain or
flaxseed, or sweeps any railroad car
while In transit or standing on any rail
road track in this state, shall be Seemed
annlty of a misdemeanor, and on convic-
tion shall be punished by a fine not ex
ceeding one hundred dollars ($100) or by
imprisonment in the county jail not ex
ceeding ninety (90) days, or by both such
fine and imprisonment.
Sec 2 That on the trial of any de
fendant charged with the violation of
section 1 of this act it shall not be neces
sary to show that defendant is not in the
employ of the railroad company or acting
under its authority in doing the acts
complained of, but the fact of the sweep
ing of any car shall be prima facie evi
dence that such sweeping was in viola
tion of section 1 of this act But the de
fendant may prove as a complete de
fense that he was the owner of the prop
erty taken or his agent or that he was In
the employ of the railroad company hav
ing charge of the car swept
Sec 3 This act shall take effect and
be in force from and after its passage
Approved April 18, 1903.
CHAPTER 279S NO 469.
A N ACT to legalize the formation and
organization of school districts in cer
tain cases, and to validate, confirm and
ratify the acts of such districts in the
issuance of bonds, and to legalize and
validate the same.
Be it enacted by the legislature of the
State of Minnesota:
Section 1 That all common school dis
tricts in this state which have been
formed and set apart by the board of
county commissioners of any county or
counties, and which subsequent to such
formation have attempted to organize
and have elected officers and held meet
ings and have since and are now acting
in all things as though they were legally
formed and organized, be and the same
are hereby declared to be legal and duly
formed, constituted and organized com
mon school districts for all purposes,
notwithstanding anv irregularities in the
posting of notices, prior to the formation
by the county commissioners, or subse
quent thereto, for purposes of organiza
tion, and irregardless of the number of
places In which said notices have been
posted, or the places themselves, or the
number of signers of such notices
Sec 2 That all bonds Issued or at
tempted to be issued by any school dis
trict or school districts described in sec
tion one (1)a o1f thits act, which have been
issued ansdh sold prior to the passage of
5^
Ln 5
no deemed Invali or
1
affected by any omission or irregularity
of procedure on the part of the officers of
the county or of the electors of such
school districts, in the matter of forma
tion and organization, but that the said
bonds shall be and are hereby declared
valid and binding obligations of the dis
tricts issuing and selling the same Pro
vided, that this act shall not apply to
bonds in process of litigation
Sec 3 This act shall take effect and
be in force from and after its passage
Approved April 18, 1903.
CHAPTEeR 280-S. F. NO 867
AN ACrT to amend section two (2) of
a
te
(379)
thre hundred and seventy-nine
ofthe
General
ffiJSv
Lewes ofrone
^%county
r,
SI,
2S&
or for
thou-
bundred and ninety-seven
el *o holding
(1897), being an for the establish
ment of a new judicial district to be
know ast the Eighteenth (18th) judicial
hact
dat
diBtHckn
flx
court therein, and otherwise to regulate
the same in connectiolegislatur with the Fourth
Judicialnacdistricyt
of the
tn
B%Ji
J5?
state of Minnesota:
Sectione
district
1h. Thatd section two (2) of ehap-
re
inc
ued ?n?orce
Sii h-?i
and seventy-nine (379)
undre
Lii
General Laws of one thousand
eight hundred and ninety-seven (1897), be
and the same Is hereby amended so as to
read as
*i??^lon,followsy
Th termokaf court in said
An
ou
on the third
Mondabe eacth of said counties shall
held as follows
TJES.*?1
fourt
6
Monday in March and the second Mon
day in October of each year
the of Isanti, on the third
taIn
arLd
th
Ap?1
q&iLcounty
in September of each year
TurJUJP* .county of Wright, on the first
Monday in June and the first Monday in
December of each year y
ifS+vPl,
Marc of eachr year*
anothe term
nt ot Sherburne, on the
fo
thi,
onda vldln
n?
*rand
pm?y
aws a
or peticto jury
ntln
Monda" in April
Unt
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ta
thir
I
made and
s^moned for the term
tywr14^1 unlesast the court Vfiall
1
orde
term oFcJurt
un
flJUlft,byc
a
filed with th0ei clerk of court of said
Isanti at least twenty (20) davs
ldln
th
be
Sec. 2, This act shall take effect and
be in force from and after its passage
Approved April 18, 1903.
nretofore
7To*
issued by com
connrm, legalize and vali-
confirm legaliz and
leelBl^^
BItlteTCMinnesyotah
iJS^iV.^-nM^* ^L1
an
whetheer ^J^
the
^u*
1
8 heretofore
issued and sold for the purpose of build
ing, altering, equipping our fur
Sisl
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Bchrepairing, olhous or K!lhose
thesr
purchasdistrica of schools site
sites, or fo one or more of suc purposes
ch00
1 in thi statof
orfa,Independenthoreither
nI ze under a
common, special!
hthe a Perio exceed
general or special law, and which bonds
have beeny issued for a period of less
H^JJl
8
ears
ing fifteen years, and which bonds prior
to the issuance thereof, were authorized
by a, majority vote of the legal voters of
such school district who were present
and voting at any regular or special
meeting duly called for that purpose, are
herebyanin all things confirmed, legalized
and and hereby declared to be
IS81?1.validated
Wndim obligations upon the
district issuing the same, provided, this
act shall not apply to any suit now pend
ing relative to the legality of any bonds
so issued
Sec 2 This act shall take effect and
be in force from and after its passage.
Approved April 18, 1903.
CHAPTER 282S F. NO 285
AN ACT to amend section 897 of chapter
nine (9) of the Statutes of Minnesota
for the year 1894, relating to resigna
tions, vacancies and removals
Be it enacted by the legislature of the
State of Minnesota
Section 1 That section 897 of chapter
nine (9) of the Statutes of Minnesota for
the year 1894, be, and the same hereby
is, amended so as to read as follows
Section 897 The fees of commissioner
for such services shall be the same as now
allowed by law to referees in actions
brought in the district courts of this
state, and shall be paid out of moneys
not otherwise appropriated, on the order
of the governor, and on presentation of
such order to the auditor of the state,
he shall draw his warrants on the state
treasurer in favor of the person entitled
to the same, provided, that when testi
mony Is taken for ana against a county
officer, like fees of the commissioner
shall be paid by the county wherein such
officer was elected, and be allowed In the
same manner as other claims against
the county. And, provided further, in all
such proceedings against a county officer,
when testimony has been heretofore, or
shall be hereafter taken by a shorthand
reporter, the fees and compensation of
such reporter shall be the same as are
now allowed district court reporters for
like service, and the county commission
ers are authorized and directed to pro
vide for the payment of such reporter
for such services, but if the said steno
graphic services have been, or shall be,
performed by a commissioner, appointed
by the governor of this state, as herein
before provided, then, and in such event,
such commissioner shall be paid by said
county only the stenographic fees herein
specified.
Sec 2. This act shall take effect and
be ln force from and after its passage.
Approved April 18, 1903.
CHAPTER 283S NO. 427.
AN ACT preventing and restraining the
exposure of clipped animals.
Belt enacted by the legislature of the
State of Minnesota
Section 1 Every person ln custody of
a horse, mule or other animal which has
been clipped or sheared by having Its
hair removed from the body by the use
of clippers or shears, who causes or per
mits such horse, mule or animal to stand
on the highways, streets or other places
not sheltered, within sixty days after
the date of such clipping or shearing,
without being blanketed, between the
first of November and the first day of
May, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.
Sec 2 This act shall take effect and
be in force from and after its passage.
Approved April 18, 1903.
CHAPTER 284H. F. NO. 330.
AN ACT to authorize and empower cities
in the State of Minnesota having a popu
lation of ten thousand inhabitants or
less to acquire by condemnation proceed
ings waterworks plants and issue bonds
in payment therefor.
Be it enacted by the legislature of the
State of Minnesota:
Section 1. All cities in the State of Min
nesota having a population of ten thou
sand Inhabitants or less are hereby au
thorized and empowered to aoquire(d) by
condemnation proceedings for the public
use, free from all liens and encum
brances whatsoever, all or any water
works, including all machinery, pipes,
reservoirs, franchises, lands and buildings
and everything necessary to the use and
operation of said works and plants or any
part thereof in the manner hereinafter
provided.
Seo. 2. The proceedings to condemn such
GENERAL LAWS OF MINNESOTA PASSED AT THE LEGISLATIVE SESSION OF 1903.
property and franchises, or any and all
thereof, shall be instituted by the presen
tation of a petition ln the name of the
city by the city attorney of such city
when directed so to do by a resolution
of the common council of such city,
passed by a majority vote of all mem
bers elected to such council, to the district
court of the judicial district in which such
city shall be situated, setting forth a
description of the property and franchises
to be condemned with reasonable cer
tainty and the names of the owners there
of and of all persons or corporations hav
ing or claiming any right, title, or interest
therein as owners or lienors or otherwise
so far as the same appears of record in
any county in which said city or any
part thereof may be situated and praying
that such city may be authorized to take
and hold said property and franchises
forever for the public use, free from all
liens or encumbrances whatever, upon
mailing just compensation therefor, and
that commissioners of appraisal be ap
pointed to ascertain the just compensa
tion to be made to any person or corpora
tion in any manner interested therein.
Sec. 8. There must be annexed to such
petition a notice addressed to the owners,
lienors and other persons interested upe
cifically named in the petition and gen
erally to all other persons nd corpora
tions having or claiming any right, title
or interest in the property and franchises
described in said petition and eought to be
condemned, whether as owner, lienor or
otherwise, specifying- the time and place
at which such petition will be resented
to the court.
Sec 4 Such petition and notice shall
be served at least eight days oefore the
day named in such notice for the presen
tation of such petition to the eourt upon
such of the owners and lienors specifically
named in the petition as can with nitson
able diligence be found within the #tate
in the same manner as personal seivlce of
the summons in civil action in the dis
trict court is by law required to be made*
and upon such as cannot be found with
in the state, and upon all other persons
and corporations having or claiming any
right, title or interest in or lien upon the
property and franchises desciibed in said
petition, whether as owner, lienor or
otherwise, by the publication of such
petition and notice in a daily newspaper
published in such city. If euch there be,
for ten consecutive days excluding Pun
day, ending at least eight days before
the day named in such notice for the
presentation of such petition and, in case
there shall be no such dally rewspaper
published in such city, the term
newspaper** being depmed and taken to
mean a newspaper published on each day
of the week, excepting Sunday, then the
same shall be published for two consecu
tive weeks In some weekly newspaper
published in said city, the last publica
tion to be at least eight days before the
day named In such notice for the presen
tation of such petition and, ln case there
shall be no dally or weekly newspaper
published in such city, then such notice
and petition Shall be published In the
manner provided by law for the publica
tion of a summons in a civil action and,
in such case, the last publication shall
be at least eight days before the day
named In such notice for the presentation
of such petition.
Sec. 5. Upon the presentation of said
petition anfl notice and proof satisfactory
to the court of the service thereof as
hereinbefore required the eourt at the
time specified in the notice or at any
time to which the hearing shall be ad
journed or continued by the court, shall
make an order authorising the city pre
senting such petition to take and hold the
property and franchises described such
petition forever for the public use free of
all Hens and encumbrances whatsoever
upon making just compensation therefor,
provided the property and franchises de
scribed ln such petition are such as the
condemnation thereof is by this set au
thorized, and, in case any property, or
franchises are attempted to be described
in said petition, the condemnation of
which Is not herein authorized, the said
court shall at the time of mak
ing of such order specify the
same ln such order and the same shall
thereupon be deemed and taken to be
stricken out of such petition and shall
not be further considered in such pro
ceeding, and the court shall further ap
point in and by such order three dis
interested freeholders, residents of the
State of Minnesota, commissioners to
ascertain the just compensation to be
made to any person or corporation in
any manner interested therein and the
court shall by such order fix the time
and place for the first meetingr of the
commissioners and any person or cor
poration having or claiming any Interest
whatsoever in the Bald property '_ fran
chises shall have a right to be heard in
^rson^or. py ftttSftr^vjpon any sub
sequent application to the court and to
be so heard and present his proofs upon
any hearing before the commissioners.
Sec 6 No person or corporation shall
be entitled to -any notice o? proceedings
subsequent to the making of the order
provided for by the last section other
than notice by publication as hereinafter
required unless he shall serve upon the
attorney of the petitioner a written
notice of his appearance naming a place
where notices may be served upon him
within the state, in which case eight days
written notice of such subsequent pro
ceedings shall be given him by leaving
the same at the place so named.
Sec. 7 The commissioners shall cause
to be published in a daily newspaper
published ln said city, If there be one,
for ten consecutive days exclusive of
Sunday, a notice setting forth a time
and place at which they will hold a
public meetings at which they will hear
the proofs and allegations of the par
ties interested which shall be the time
and place fixed by the order as here
inbefore required, such hearing may be
adjourned from time to time as the com
missioners may deem proper.
In case there shall be no daily news
paper published in said city, tne notice
provided for ln this section shall
be published ln some weekly news
paper published in said city for at
least two consecutive weeks prior
to the date of such hearing and,
in case there shall be no such newspaper
published in such city than a copy of
such notice shaU be posted in three (3)
public places ln said city one of which
shall be the United States postofflce.
Proof of the publication or posting of
all notices provided for in this act shall
be made as provided by law for the
proof of the publication of a summons
in a civil action in the district court and
by the affidavit of the person posting
such notice filed with the clerk of the
district court of the county ln which the
proceedings herein provided for shall be
pending. In case said commissioners
shall fall to meet at the time and place
appointed In such order or In case notice
of such meeting shall not have been
given as herein required said court may
without notice make and file with the
clerk of said court in which such pro
ceeding shall be pending another order
of like import as the first fixing another
time and place for the meeting of said
commissioners In which case like pro
ceedings shall be had as are herein pro
vided for on the filing of the original
order fixing such time and place.
Sec 8. Before proceeding the commis
sioners shall take and subscribe the
oath of office, provided by law for
referees Any of them may issue sub
poenas and administer oaths A major
ity of them may adjourn the proceedings
before them from time to time in their
discretion They shall view the property
described ln the petition and shall hear
the proofs and allegations of all persons
Interested and reduce the testimony taken
by them, If any, to writing, and after the
testimony Is closed, they, or a majority
of them all, being present without un
necessary delay shall ascertain and de
termine the compensation Which ought
justly to be made by said city to each
person or corporation having any in
terest ln or Hen upon the property and
franchises condemned
Sec. 9. The commissioners shall make
a report of their proceedings and deter
mination to the district court by filing
the same in the office of the clerk of the
court in which the proceedings are pend
ing with the minutes of the testimony
taken by them, if any. They shall be en
titled to five dollars ($5) for service for
every day they are actually engaged in
the performance of their duties and their
necessary expenses to be paid by the pe
titioner. _**+!.
Sec. 10. Upon filing the report of the
commissioners the petitioner shall apply
for its confirmation at any general or
special term of the district court held in
the county where such proceedings are
pending. Notice of such application
stating that the report has been filed in
the office of the clerk of such court and
Is open for inspection free of charge,
shall be given in the same manner as la
herein provided for giving notice of the
meeting of said commissioners, at least,
eight days before the day specified for
the making of
suceh
such application-
application. Upon
th oourt may connr
the report or may set it aside for irregu
larity or for error of law on the pro
ceedings before the commissioners or
upon the ground that the award in whole
or in part is excessive or Is Insufficient.
If the report is set aside, the court may
direct a rehearing before the same com
missioners or may appoint new com
missioners for that purpose and the
proceedings upon such rehearing snail be
-i 'n the same manner and un~n
the bd. A Hoe is P' t fie
original heir i a 1 t"he same pi ^eed
imra shall be I tn .-innr-ny of
the second renon a- a
for the confirnij.Uoii ox rejigri
i
The petitioner, or the owner of said prop
erty and franchises, or any person or
corporation having a lien or Interest as
.aforesaid, feeling aggrieved by said re
port of the commissioners may appeal
from the/order confirming or refusing to
confirm or modifying the same to the
supreme court. Said appeal shall be
heard as other appeals and the supreme
court may affirro, leverse, or modify
the order appealed from. If the supreme
court reverse or modify said order, the
said proceedings shall be remanded to
said district court with directions to ap
point new commissioners or order a re
hearing or take such other steps as saia
supreme court may direct and If new
commissioners are appointed or a re
hearing is had the proceedings on sucn
Tehearfng shall be conducted in the same
manner and upon the same notice as
provided herein for the original hear
When the report is confirmed, the
court shall enter a final orfler in tne
proceedings which shall be binding upon
all persons having any interest in tne
property and franchises condemned,
directing that compensation be made
pursuant to the determination of we
commissioners and that the petitioner
shall thereupon be entitled to take ana
hold forever the property and franchises
condemned for the public use Payment
of the compensation to the clerk of said
district court to the credit of any person
or corporation mentioned in said ol
der, shall be deemed a payment within
the provisions of this act %._
See 11. Immediately upon payment being
made as hereinbefore provided the said
city shall be entitled to enter into the
possession of the condemned property
and franchises and hold the same in
fee for the public use.
Sec. 12, The proper officers "SL^S
city are hereby authorized and directed
to issue and sell in the same form and
manner as Is now provided for wsuing
and for selling duly authorized bonds
of such city, bonds sufficient to pay the
amount or amounts directed by the final
order to be paid. Such bonds may be
Issued by a vote of the members elect
of the common council of u* "X
without the submission of the question
to a vote of the people and .without re
gard to the amount of the indebtedness
of said city and no bonds issued pur
suant to the provisions of this act shall
be deemed or taken to be a part of tne
Indebtedness of any such city within
the purview of any statute limiting the
amount of the Indebtedness to be in
curred by any such city, and the author
ity herein given to issue bonds shall be
deemed and taken to be in addition to
all other acts authorizing the Issuance
of bonds and shall not be construed In
any manner to modify or limit the right
of any such city to Issue bonds In any
other act, provided the bonds so issued
shall be payable In thirty years from
the date of issue and shall bear interest
at a rate not to exceed five per cent
(5 per cent) per annum and shall not be
sold for less than par and shall be pay
able at such place as the common council
of such city may designate.
The proceeds of said bonds shall not
be used for any purposes other than such
as are herein provided, and the
expenses of the proceeedings herein
provided for, and any mem
ber of the common council or officer or
said city who shall vote for or In any
manner participate ln the appropriation
or expenditure of any of the proceeds
of any such bonds for any other purpose,
shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor
and punished as by law provided. All
necessary expenses of the proceedings
herein authorized shall be audited and
paid by said city as other claims against
said city are audited and paid
Sec 13 No condemnation shall be in
stituted under the provisions of this act
until the same shall have been author
ized by the legal voters of such city at
a general or special election called for
that purpose such elections shall be
called and conducted in the manner pre
scribed for municipals elections in such
city and the notices of election shall
contain a statement of the purpose for
which the election is held, viz to ac
quire waterworks by condemnation pro
ceedings and Issuing bonds to pay for the
same which election may be caM by
resolution of the common oouncil Passed
by a majority vote of all members eleoted
thereto, which resolution shall distinctly
state the purpose of the election and
the question to be submitted^to the.legal
voters of such city. The ballot to be
voted on under this act may read as fol
lows: "In favtfr of the proposition to
condemn waterworks and issue ponds in
payment therefor." "Yes NO.
The voters voting in favor of such
proposition shall mark a cross (x) oppo
wit the word TTes,' and those voting
ag^iiwt s^ch poposition shall mark a
omss(x) oppbsfte the word "No," on saW
ballot in a space provided for that pur
pose. If a majority of the voters vot-
?n| on said proposition shall vote In
favor thereof then and in such case, the
oroceedlngs for condemnation tnerein
provided for shall be taken. The votes
SStat such election shall be counted,
returned and canvassed the same as at
other municipal elections and the result
certified by the clerk or recorder by the
"iSflFnfifZ* shall in no wise apply
to waterworks plants which are used
o? onSSed in connection with any elec
tric light plant, nor to cities now having
and owning a system ojT waterworks
Sec 15 Any proceedings by this act
autnorized must be instituted within one
Jea? from the approval of this act. and
if such proceedings are not so instituted
bv any city within such period. It shall
thereafter have no power or authority
to proceed as in this act provided
Sec 16 This act shall take effect and
be* in force from and after its passage.
Approved April 18, 1903.
CFApTBR 2R* NO 908
AN ACT to appropriate money for the
general expense of the state govern
ment and for other purposes
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the
State of Minnesota
Section 1. That the sums of money
hereinafter named, or so much thereof as
may be necessary are hereby appro
priated from any moneys in the state
treasury not otherwise appropriated, for
the purposes named In the following sec
tions of this act:
Sec 2 Miscellaneous appropriations for
the fiscal year ending '*}7.*M^$**
(81st), nineteen hundred and three (1903).
and for the fiscal year ending July thirty
flrst (31st). nineteen hundred and four
(1904). and for the fiscal year ending
July thirty-first (31st), nineteen hundred
and five (1905).
First: For expenses examining, ap
mralslng and selling state lands, esti
mating and scaling pine timber, detecting
trtspaw upon ant caring for the public
lands belonging to the state, for inspect
ing the output of iron ore and other
rninerals on state lands, and for expenses
incurred in prosecuting for trespass upon
-Dubllc lands of the state for the fiscal
year ending July 31st, nineteen hundred
and four (1904), twelve thousand (12,000)
^Second: For the same purpose for the
fiscal year ending July thirty-first (31st)
SlneteJn hundred and'five 0905). twelve
thousand (12,000) dollars.
Third* For expenses In selecting ana
examining swamp lands for the grant of
state institutions, and examining vacant
government lands for indemnity school
tend selections, for the fiscal year end
ing July thirty-first 31st nineteen hun
dred and four (1904). two thousand (2,000)
fourth: For the same purpose for the
fiscal year ending July thirty-first (31st).
nineteen hundred and five (1905), two
thousand (2,000) dollars.
Fifth: For the fees for registers and
receivers of United States land offices In
making abstracts of final entries of pub
liclands for taxation, as provided by sec
tion one hundred and eighteen (118) of
the General Tax Laws, for the fiscal
JSar Ending July thirty-first (31st), nine
teen hundred and four (1904). two hun
dred (200) dollars
Sixth: For the same purpose, for the
fiscal year ending July thirty-first (31st).
nineteen hundred and five (1905), two
hundred (200) dollars.
Seventh: For the payment of fees of
referees of the district courts as provided
by section fifty-five (55) of the General
Laws of eighteen hundred and eighty
five (1885), for the fiscal year ending July
thirty-first (31st), nineteen hundred and
four (1904), six hundred (600) dollars
Eighth: For the same purpose, for the
fiscal year ending July thirty-first (31st),
nineteen hundred and five (1905), six hun
dred (600) dollars.
Ninth: For the payment of expenses
of requlslttons of fugitives from justice
and rewards for detecting criminals for
the fiscal year ending July thirty-first
(31st). nineteen hundred and four (1904),
two thousand (2,000) dollars.
Tenth: For the same purpose, for the
fiscal year ending July thirty-first 31st),
nineteen hundred and five (1905), two
thousand (2,000) dollars
eleventh: For the expenses sheriffs
conveying prisoners to the state prison
and reformatory, for the fiscal year end
ing July thirty-first (31st), nineteen hun
dred and four (1904), twelve thousand
(12,000) dollars.
Twelfth: For the same purpose, for the
fiscal year ending July thirty-first (31sr),
no'^n hundred: and five (1905). twelve
t,i i.sanj (12,000) debars.
Thirteenth i For additional allowance
for contingent expenses of the supreme
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fForty-sixth'
FtfiM"1^"
wy
four CUM}, seven hundred and fifty (760) gggHWg &"St5HSSW!B
dollars.
Fourteenth: For the same purpose, for
the fiscal year ending July thirty-first
(81st), nineteen hundred and five (1905),
seven hundred and fifty (750) dollars.
Fifteenth. For the mileage and per
diem of the state board ol equalisation,
for the fiscal year ending July thirty
first (81st), nineteen hundred and four
(1904), three thousand five hundred (9,600)
dollars
Sixteenth: For the same purpose, for
the fiscal year ending July thirty-first
(31st), nineteen hundred and five (1905).
three thousand five hundred (3,500) dol
lars
Seventeenth: For the additional allow
ance for contingent expenses of the state
auditor's land commissioner's depart
ment, for the fiscal year ending July
thirty-first (31st), nineteen hundred and
#jur (1904), five hundred (500) dollars
Eighteenth For the same purpose,
for tho fiscal year ending July
thirty-first (81st). nineteen hun
dred and five (1905), five hundred (500)
dollars.
Nineteenth' For allowance for extra
land clerks in the state auditor's office,
for the fiscal year ending July thirty/first
(81st) nineteen hundred and four (1904),
twenty-seven hundred dollars ($2,700).
Twentieth: For the same purpose, for
the fiscal year ending July thirty-first
(31st) nineteen hundred and five (1905),
twenty-seven hundred (2 700) dollars
Twenty-flrst' For allowance for extra
clerks in the state auditor's^office. for the
fiscal year ending July thirty-first (31st)
nineteen hundred and four (1904), one
thousand (1,000) dollars
Twenty-second' For the same purpose,
for the fiscal year ending July thirty-first
(31st) nineteen hundred and five (1905),
cne thousand (1,000) dollars.
Twenty-third For extra janitors for
state caoitol, for the fiscal year ending
July thirty-first (31st) nineteen hundred
and four (1904), in addition to other ap
propriations allowed thirty-two hundred,
(8,200) dollars
Twenty-fourth: For the same purpose,
for the fiscal year ending July thirty-first
(33st) nineteen hundred and five (1905),
thirty-two hundred (3,?00) dollars.
Twenty-fifth- Additional salary of the
engineer of the state capitol, as author
ized by chapter ninety-nine (99) Qeneral
Iiaws of eighteen hundred and ninety
three (1898), for the fiscal year ending
July thirty-first (81st) nineteen hundred
and four (1904) and annually thereafter,
three hundred dollars ($800).
Twenty-sixth* For additional salary
for the stenographer In the attorney gen
eral's department fpr each of the two
fiscal years ending July thirty-first (31st)
nineteen hundred and five (1906), three
hundred (300) dollars
Twenty-seven* For repairs and fur
nishing capitol, for the fiscal year ending
July thirty-first (81st) nineteen hundred
and four (1904), one thousand (1.000) dol
lors
Twenty-eighth*, For the same purpose,
for the fiscal year ending July thirty-first
(81st) nineteen hundred and five (1905),
one thousand (1,000) doll ITS.
Twenty-ninth For fuel, lights, water,
etc, for the state capitol for the fiscal
year ending July thirty-first (81st) nine
teen hundred and four (1904), four thou
sand eight hundred (4.800) dollars.
Thirtieth: For the same purpose, for
the fiscal year ending July thirty-first
(81st) nineteen hundreo: and five (1906),
four thousand eight hundred (4,800) dol
lars
Thirty-first: For rent of telephone in
struments, for the fiscal year ending July
thirty-first (31st) nineteen hundred and
four (1904) eight hundred (800) dollars.
Thlrty-secOnd: For the same purpose,
for the fiscal year ending July thirty-first
(31st) nineteen hundred and five (1905),
eight hundred (800) dollars,
Thirty-thhd: For forest preservation,
as provided by chapter one hundred and
ninety-six (196), General Laws of eight
een hundred and ninety-five (1895), for
the fiscal year ending July thirty-first
(31st) nineteen hundred and four (1904),
five thousand (5,000) dollars.
Thirty-fourth: For the same purpose,
for the fiscal year ending July thirty
first (81st) nineteen hundred and five
(1905), five thousand (5,000) dollars.
Thirty-fifth: For the purchase of Min
nesota reports, as provided, for the fiscal
year ending July thirty-first (81st), nine
teen hundred and four (1904), thirty-four
hundred (8,400) dollars
Thirty-sixth: For the same purpose,
for the fiscal year ending July thirty-first
(81st), nineteen hundred and five (1906),
thirty-four hundred (3,400) dollars
Thirhy-seiventh. For printing, adver
tising and binding, as may be provided
by contract for the several state depart
ments and officers, for the fiscal year
endine July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and four (1904), forty thousand
(40.000) dollars.
Thirty-e'tfhtn-. 'Ft the salary of whe
deputy Insurance commissioner* as now
provided by law, for the fiscal year end
ing July thirty-first (31st), nineteen hun
dred and four (1904), and annually there
after, three hundred (300) dollars.
Thirty-ninth: For additional contincent
allowance for superintendent of publio
Instruction for each of the two fiscal
years ending July thirty^flrst (81st), nine
teen hundred and five (1905), the sum
of five hundred (500) dollars
Fortieth For the payment of ex
pressage and exchange on remittances of
county treasurers to the state treas
urer, and expense of collecting bond
coupons, for the fiscal year ending Julv
thirty-first (81st), nineteen hundred and
four (1904), sixteen hundred (1,600) dol
Forty-flrst: For the same purpose, for
the fiscal year ending July thirty-first
(31st), nineteen hundred and five (1905),
sixteen hundred (1,600) dollars
Forty-second. For the contingent fund
of the attorney general ln addition to the
annual appropriation heretofore estab
lished by law, for the fiscal year ending
July thirty-first (31st), nineteen hundred
and four (1904), three thousand five hun
dred (3,500) dollars.
Forty-third: For the same purpose, for
the fiscal year ending July thirty-first
(31st), nineteen hundred and five 0905).
three thousand five hundred (3.500) dol
lars
Forty-fourth: For additional contin
gent fund for department of state treas
urer, three hundred fifty (350) dollars
each year for two years ending July
thirty-first (31st), nineteen hundred and
Fnrtv-flfth' For salary of assistant
baVk examiner, eighteen hundred (1.800)
dollars, for the fiscal year ending July
thirty-first (31st), nineteen hundred and
expended by the 7
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f,ar
s?
rty
&"** (81st
EI
For the same purpose, for
the year ending July thlrtyiflrst (31st).
nineteen hundred and five (1905). eighteen
hundred (1.800) dollars
Forty-seventh: For check clerk ln the
state treasurer's department, made neces
sary by the board of control, twelve
hundred (1,200) dollars, for the year end
ing July thirty-first (31st). nineteen hun
dred and four (1904).
Forty-eighth: For the same purpose,
fo* the year ending July thirty-first (l
nineteen hundred and five (1905). twelve
aForty-ninttr For assistant engineer of
the state capitol, nine hundred (900) dol
lars for the fiscal year ending Julv
thirty-first (31st), nineteen hundred and
FtftSS?' For the same Purpose, for
fiscal year ending July thirty
CSlst), nineteen hundred and
the first
five (1905), nine hundred (900)' dollars.
Fifty-first- For the railroad and ware
house commission, for carrying out the
provisions of the several laws under
which they act, for the fiscal year end
mg July thlrty-'first (31st), nineteen hun
dred and four (i904), seventy-five hun
dred (7,500) doUars
Fifty-second: For the same purpose,
for the fiscal year ending July thirty
first (31st), nineteen hundred and five
(1905), seventy-five hundred (7.500) dol
laFtfty-thlrd. For the use of the board
of regents of the university In providing
care and treatment for crfpplecf and de
formed children, under tne vrovMomot
chanter two hundred and eighty-nine
(289?, General Laws of eighteen hundred
and ninety-seven (1897) for the fiscal
Jear ending July thirty-first: (31st) nine
teen hundred and four (1904), twelve
thousand five hundred (12,500) dollars.
Fifty-fourth: For tlw name purpose,
for the fiscal year ending July thirty
flrst (31st), nineteen hundred and five
(1905),^twelve thousand five hundred
(FUtar-n?SfJPor
tendent of6
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the allowance of extra
clerk in the office
oinstructtone
the stat superin-
public forg the
fiscal year ending July thirty-first (SU^
nin?tee hundred and four t:u*W. "*e
*&8gl&8 For^he same'purpose. for
the Sieal year ending July tbh-ty-flrst
(31st), nineteen hundred and #ve (1905),
nine hundred (900) dollars
Fifty-seventh: For additionali allow-
Fo J,ygga
two thousand (2,000) dollars.
Fifty-ninth: For allowanee of extra
clerks ln the state insurances commission
er's office, for the fiscal year ending July
thirtySrst (31st), nineteen hundred and
four (1904), three thousand (8.000) del
la8txtieth: For the same .V^rpow, for
the fiscal year ending July jrl^iESr
(3Ut)Tnineteen bun^e4_and nVe (1905)., schools, -seven, thousand five hundred
three thousand (3,000) dolttrs. 1 rrnnai ^ii-
(7,500 dollars
b^Umiirw^^rfov'^i i rot the
tow of Camp Release, Lao
4 to be expended under
direction and control of L. B. Moyer,
H. B. Hoard and G. S. Williams of tho
village of Montevideo, Minnesota, for the.
fiscal year ending July thirty-first (81st).
nlneteenhundred andifour (1904), one hun
dred (100) dollars.
Seventieth: the same purpose, for
Jhiet?SC^L?eaFor
i
(8the il3'fiscal
v,
nin
fou
five hundred (500) dollars.
ht
hlrd
$ 4 naC^!^iwib*
Fo the samehundred purpo4 toy-
*.ie TTscai yw ndlng July* tfiirty-flrst
(81st), nineteen hundred and five (1905),
five hundred (500) dollars
Eighty-fourth- For the purpose of car
rying' on chemical examinations of -water
supplies of the State of Minnesota by
state board of health for the flsoal year
ending July thirty-first (31st) nineteen
hundred and four (1904), five hundred
(500) dollars.
Eighty-fifth' For the same purpose,
for the fiscal, year ending July thlrtv
first (31st), nineteen hundred and five
(1905), five hundred (500) dollars
Eighty-sixth* For the purpose of pay
ing the indebtedness of the State of Min
nesota for indebtedness heretofore In
curred and approved by the state board
of health, for the purpose of caring for
non-resident smallpox cases, for the fis
cal year ending July thirty-first (31st).
nineteen hundred and three (1903), ten
thousand (10,000) dollars
Eighty-seventh- For the purpose of
paying the indebtedness of the State of
Minnesota for the care of Individuals
who are non-residents of the state, af
flicted with contagious or infectious dis
eases for which said State of Minne
sota is liable, for the fiscal year ending
July thirty-first (81st), nineteen hundred
and four (1904) two thousand five hun
dred (2,500) dollars
Eighty-eighth- For the same purpose
for the fiscal year ending July thirty
first (81st), nineteen hundred and five
(1905), two thousand five hundred (2 500)
dollars.
Eighty-ninth: For an emergency fund
for the use of the state board of health
ln emergency cases in the detection, quar
antine and suppression of contagious or
Infections diseases in this state, for the
fiscal year ending July thirty-first (31st),
nineteen hundred and four (1004), five
thousand (5,000) dollars
Ninetieth: For enforcing the provisions
of chapter two hundred and ninety-one
(291), General Laws of eighteen hundred
and ninety-seven (1897), relating to the
deportation of non-resident dependents
for the fiscal year ending July thirty
first (31st), nineteen hundred and four
(1904), five thousand five hundred (5,500)
dollars
Ninety-first- For the same purpose, for
the fiscal year ending July thirty-first
(81st), nineteen hundred and five (1905),
five thousand five hundred (5,500) dollars.
Ninety-two: For the payment of the
additional salary of the attorney general,
as provided by law, for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and three (1903), seven hundred
and flfty-elgfft and thirty-one hundredths
(758 31) dollars
Ninety-third. For the same purpose,
for the fiscal year ending July thirty
first (31st), nineteen hundred and four
(1904), and annually thereafter, thirteen
hundred (1,800) dollars
Ninety-fourth For addition to the
standing appropriation for the purpose of
paying the salaries of the district court
judges of the State of Minnesota, for the
fiscal year ending July thirty-first (31st),
nineteen hundred and three (1903), two
thousand five hundred (2,500) dollars
Ninety-fifth' For the same purpose,
for the fiscal year ending July (31st),
nineteen hundred and four (1904), the sum
of seven thousand (7,000) dollars
Ninety-sixth: For the same purpose,
for the fiscal year ending July thirty
first (31st), nineteen hundred and five
(1905), seven thousand (7,000) dollars
Ninety-seventh' For the use and sup
port of the state art society, as created
by law, for the fiscal year ending July
thirty-first (31st), nineteen hundred and
three (1903), to be expended under the
direction and by authority of the govern
ing board of said society, six hundred
(600) dollars
Ninety-eighth: For the same purpose,
for the fiscal year ending July thirty
first (31st), nineteen hundred and four
(1904), two thousand (2,000) dollars
Ninety-ninth. For the same purpose,
for the fiscal year ending, July thirty
first (31st), nineteen hundred and five
two thousand (2,000) dollars
One hundredth: For contingent expens
es in the scretary of state's office for the
fiscal year ending July thirty-first (31st),
nineteen hundred and three (1903), the
sum of one thousand (1,000) dollars.
One hundred and first: For contingent
expenses -in the secretary of state's office
for the fiscal year ending July thirty
first (31st), nineteen hundred and four
(1904), and annually thereafter, two hun
dred (200) dollars
One hundred and second: For the sup
port of the state historical society, ln lieu
of all other appropriations whatsoever,
for the fiscal year ending July thirty
first (81st), nineteen hundred and four
(1904), and annually -thereafter, fifteen
thousand (15,000) dollars
One hundred and third: For additional
appropriations for summer training
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park under the direction of the state
auditor, for the fiscal year ending July
thirty-first (81st), nineteen hundrejl and
four (1904), six hundred (600)
dollars.*?*0P^FP Sixty-second: For the same
for the fiscal year ending July uurty
flrst (81st). nineteen hundred and five
(1905), six hundred (600) dollars
Sixty-third: To carry out the provisions
of chapter three hundred and flffty-three
(358) General Laws of eighteen hundred
and ninety-nine (1899), relating to system
of traveling libraries, for the fiscal year
ending July thirty-first (31st), nineteen
hundred and four (1904), six thousand (6,-
000) dollars.
Sixty-fourth: For the same purpose, for
the fiscal year ending July thirty-first
(81st), nineteen hundred and five (1905),
six thousand (6,000) dollars.
Sixty-fifth: For addition to salary- of
governor's stenographer, for the fiscal
year ending July thirty-first (8ist), nine
teen hundred and four (1904), three hm
dred (300) dollars.
Sixty-sixth: For the same purpose, for
the fiscal year ending July thirty-first
(81st), nineteen hundred and five (1905)*
three hundred (300) dollars.
Sixty-seventh: For additional salary to
governor's messenger for fiscal *ear end
ing July thirty-first (31st), nineteen hun
dred and four (1904), two hundred (200)
dollars.
Sixty-eighth: For the same purpose, for
the fiscal year ending July thirty-first
(31st). nineteen hundred and five (1905
two hundred (200) dollars.
Sixty-ninth: For the purpose of improv
ing, beautifying and maintaining the
Camp Release Fart and monument, sit
uated
inethcountyn
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Jul
nd
(31st), nineteen hundred and five (1906).
one hundred (100) dollars
Seventy-first For printing the proceed
ings of th Minnesota/een Bduoationaldassohundre
ciation/,
for year ending Julv
and
fo ?iIS!!'1eighSt)i*aine^For(800)gsameypurpose-,thirty.Juldollarsethendinde.five,ddollarsan)(800dnundrenrhundret:yeahundreeight,fiscalCB1!e,(1904)thrrSeventy-second(1905)
Seventy-third: For additional clerk hire
in the state treasurer's department for
tne fiscal year ending July thirty-first
(8lst), nineteen hundred and four (1904).
six hundred (600) dollars.
Seventy-fourth: For the same purpose,
for the fiscal year ending July thirty
first (81st), nineteen hundred ana* five
(1905), six hundred (600) dollars.
Seventy-fifth: For publishing laws of
the legislature for the session of nineteen
hundred and three (1903), for tho fiscal
year ending July 81st (31st), nineteen hun
dred and three (1903), forty thousand (40,-
000) dollars.
Seventy-sixth: For reports from com
mercial agencies on sureties on state de
positories' bond for each of the two fiscal
years ending July thirty-first (31st), nine
teen hundred and four (1904) and nineteen
hundred and five (1905), two hundred (200)
dollars.
SeVenty-seventh: For addition to the
standing appropriations for the main
tenance of the state horticultural sooiety,
for the fiscal year ending July thirty
first (31st), nineteen hundred and four
(1904). five hundred (500) dollars.
Seventy-eighth: For the same purpose,
for the fiscal year ending July thirty-first
(81st), nineteen hundred and five (1905),
and annually thereafter, five hundred
(500) dollars.
Seventy-ninth: For the purpose of pay
ing for services and expenses in the dis
barment cases of Orris Lee and James
N. Beams, and for the services and ex
penses of W. O. Braggans, referee, for the
fiscal year ending July thirty-first (81st),
nineteen hundred and three (1903), five
hundred and thirty-four and eighty-two
hundredths (534.82) dollars
Eightieth: For the expenses of the state
board of health ln maintaining a labora
tory, for the fiscal year
endingdJuly
la
thlr-
nineteen hundre and four
(1904), ten thousand (10,000) doUars.
Eighty-first: For the same purpose, for
the fiscal year ending July thirty-first
(81st), nineteen hundred and five (1905).
ten thousand (10,000) dollars.
Eighty-second. For the expenses of the
state board of health ln addition to the
annual appropriation heretofore estab
Hsned by law for the collection of vital
statistics, for the fiscal year ending July
thirty-firstt (81st), nineteen and
fourS(1904),
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