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Following is the text of Governor
Frazier's message:
"Members of the Legislature: Dur
ing the past four years the legislative
assemblies of North Dakota have
enacted much progressive legislation.
The wish of the majority of the peo-
BHNMHHI
Governor Lynn J. Frazier
pie as expressed by their ballots have
become laws. The constitution of the
state has been amended to provide for
a workable initiative, referendum and
recall which makes our state govern
ment more democratic by giving the
voters a chance to' more directly ex
press themselves, and by making all
public officials more directly responsi
ble to the people. An industrial pro
gram has been put into operation and
while there has naturally been opposi
tion and criticism, nevertheless a good
showing has been made and there is
no doubt but that the people want to.
see this program fully and fairly tried
out. It is their privilege. They ex
pect it and upon this there must be no
compromise.
SHORT SESSION WILL
SAVE STATE MONEY
State-Owned Coal Mine Asked by Frazier
North Dakota Governor Pleads for Friendly Co-Operation
to Put Industrial Program Into Effect
HOLEHEARTED co-op
eration of all interests
to put the North Dakota
industrial program into
full operation and to
make it thoroughly suc­
cessful is asked in Governor Frazier's
message to the North Dakota legisla
ture. The only immediate addition to
the program urged by Governor Fra
zier is a state-owned coal mine, to pro
vide coal for public institutions. The
experience of the state in operating
all coal mines a year ago, during the
national strike, showed the immense
savings that would be possible under
public operation.
"There is but little new legislation
necessary at this time. Not laws, but
co-operation and an earnest helpful
endeavor of all our people to test and
try out that which we have, is what is
needed. New legislation will be re
quired in the future to meet the
changing conditions as they arise, but
at the present time we are less in need
of new laws than ever before.* Poor
crops and low prices have materially
reduced the purchasing power of a
vast majority of our people. The samel
causes have likewise reduced their
ability to pay taxes. Under these ex
tenuating conditions it is our duty, as
public officials, to economize and con
serve. Needless legislation means
needless expense. The greatest serv-,
ice you can confer is by "making es
sential adjustments and speedily pro
viding for "the necessary appropria
tions, and then adjourn.,,
Mention the Leader When Writing Advertisers PAGE FOURTEEN
"You are members of the legislative
body and as such it is your duty to lay
aside personal interest and to do what
you "believe is for the best interests of
the whole state.
"It was perfectly natural that during
the period of high prices and high'
wages, people should get the habit of
freely spending, but now that the re
adjustment is taking place a halt must
be called and economy must be prac
ticed. Economy is essential to prog
ress and the state should help by set
ting a practical example. We must
always bear in mind that the public
has to 'foot the bills' and that the
taxes, in whatever form, fall on the
people.
"The health, as well as the finances,
of our people must be conserved, for
upon it depends largely our welfare
and happiness. Our county school
nurses are doing excellent work and
should be encouraged. .. Physical train
ing in some form should be compul
sory for every pupil in our schools.
Pure air is an essential to health and
& preventative to disease. Proper
ventilation should be required by law
in every school, church and other place
(of public gatherings.
BETTER RURAL SCHOOLS
URGED BY GOVERNOR
"North Dakota has many excellent
high schools and consolidated schools,
yet our educational standards are still
in need of improvement and especially
in our rural schools, where there are
altogether too many poorly trained
teachers. This situation is unques
tionably due to the prevalent |pw
salaries and should be regulated by
law so that adequate wages will be an
inducement for better qualified teach
ers. There is an old saying that un
less the teacher amounts to something
the pupil will not amount to anything.
"The claims for soldiers' bonuses
are being paid ju^t as fast as the
money is provided by the taxes for
that purpose, but at the present rate
it is a slow process and I recommend
an increase of the tax to one mill in
order to facilitate these payments.
"The law now provides that our
state institutions must use lignite coal
for fuel. There are approximately
75,000 tons of coal used per annum by
the state. I recommend that provision
be made for a state-owned coal mine
to furnish this supply, as I am confi
dent it would be a great saving and at
present prices would soon pay for it
self.
"A Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Tide
water association has been organized
and as this project when carried out
will mean a cheaper and shorter
market route for North Dakota, I re
spectfully request that you adopt a
concurrent resolution, confirming and
approving the participation of our
state in this association.
"The property of the railroad com
panies and of other corporations that
operate in this state should be sub
ject to the state laws, just as any
other property is, and should be sub
ject to the same penalties for infringe
ments and violations of the state laws.
Judging from the recent rulings made
by the interstate commerce commis
sion it would seem that they hold to
have authority to grant a company in
corporated in some other state, which
does an interstate business, the right
to come into our state and disregard
our laws in purely intrastate affairs.
Therefore, I urgently recommend that
this legislature memorialize congress
to enact the necessary laws to insure
to each state the rigM to" regulate its
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