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chiropractic Teaching ar course 6T not
less than three years, as follows:
Anatomy, chemistry, physiology, sym
ptomatology, amt chiropractic prin
ciples of diagnosis.
Provides that the Board of Chiro
practic Examiners may revoke licenses
for immoral or unprofessional conduct,
habitual drunkenness, misstatement in
securing license, or where such person
hate been convicted for the commission
of a crime. Provides for a fee of $7.50
a year for renewal of the license. Pro
vides for temporary permits to prac
tice until meeting of the board. Auth
orizes the board to make investigation
and revoke licenses. Provides that li
censes must be filed with the county
clerk. Authorizes Governor to remove
members of the board for misconduct.
ACT NO. 4150.
Approved March 20, 1921.
An Act. to prohibit the sale or giving
away of cigarettes or cigarette papers
to minors and to regulate the sale to
other persons.
Prohibits the sale of cigarettes with
out first obtaining a license from the
State Board of Health. Fixes the li
cense for wholesalers at $50.00 per an
num and the license fee for the retail
dealers in cigarettes at $20.00 per an
num. Prohibits the sale or giving
away to minors under 18 years of age
tobacco in any form, or cigarette
papers.
ACT A a .*Wt.
Approved Marcn ; *\ 1P31.
An Act creating the Firemen's Relief
Fund.
Provides that the mayor, city clerk,
enief of the fire department of each
<^ity or town in State, together with
members of the fire department
shall constitute a Board of Trustees
for the Firemen’s Relief and Pension
«un j Provides that members of the
fire department who have served for
a period of twenty years shall be re
*ir-j from such service and shall be
paid from the pension fund one-half of
his salary. Provides that where per
s°fis become physically or mentally dis
abled while in the service of the fire
department in consequence of the per
r°hmance of his duty, shall be retired
and be paid a monthly pension equal
of the amount of his salary.
Provides that during a temporary sick
nes® or disability of any such firemen
all hospital expenses shall be paid out
°f said fund and the firemen shall be
paid the sum of $5.00 per week. Pro- |
vices that in case such person loses
his life in the performance of his duty,
a sum equal to one-half of his salary
per month shall be paid to his widow,
or in case no widow, then to his child
or children until they shall be sixteen
years of age, or if no children then
to his father or mother if they were
dependent upon him.
Provides that in order to secure
money for said fund one-half of the
annual tax of two per cent on all pre
miums collected by fire, tornado and
domestic insurance corporations of i
America, as provided by Section 113 of j
Act 190 of the General Assembly of
the State of Arkansas, in all cities of ;
the State of Arkansas coming within
the provisions of the Act, shall be set
aside and held as the Firemen’s Pen
sion Fund.
ACT NO. 492.
Approved March 26, 1921.
An Act to levy taxes for State pur
poses.
Provides that after the passage of
this Act there shall be levied on all
property, real and personal, within the
State of Arkansas, a total state tax of
eight and seven-tenths mills.
ACT NO. 493.
Approved March 25, 1C21.
An Act providing for the kind of
insurance that may be written in the
State.
Provides that corporations may be
formed to enter this State to effect in
surance for the following pui poses:
Fire insurance, marine insurance, life
insurance, disability insurance, liabil
ity. fidelity insurance, and other cas
ualty insurance, etc.
Provides that mutual insurance com
panies may transact any kind of insur
ance authorized by the Act, unless
capital stock is specifically required.
Provides that companies other than
mutual assessment companies shall
maintain proper and legal reserves on
business written in this State. Pro
vides that no insurance corporation or
fraternal society may hold or convey
real estate, except the building in
which has its principal office requis
ite for its actual and convenient trans
action of its business, or such as may
be conveyed to it by mortgage, deed
of trust or otherwise, or such as it
may purchase at sales upon deeds of
trust, mortgages or judgments made
for loans, debts, etc.
Provides for the merger of two or
more insurance companies. Provides
that the funds of domestic insurance
companies may be invested in bonds of
the United States. State of Arkansas,
of any county or municipal improve
ment district. Such funds may be in
vested in notes or bonds secured by
first mortgages or deeds of trusts on
real estate, for not more than one
half of the value thereof.
Provides that all casualty companies,
in addition to making the deposit re
quired by law, shall file a bond in the
sum of $20,000.00. Prohibits any per- |
son from acting as agent for any bond
or surety company, unless such com
pany has a capital stock of $250,000.00,
capital stock fully paid and unless
$50,000.00 is invested in bonds created
by the laws of this State or of the
United States. Provides that all forms j
of bonding contracts must be approved
by the Insurance Commissioner of the
State. Provides the method for the or- 1
ganization of Insurance Companies
within the State of Arkansas, and
fixes the fees to be collected by the
Insurance Commissioner from the In- j
surance Companies operating within
the State.
ACT NO. 494.
Approved March 2d, 1921.
An Act to regulate the registration
of motor vehicles and for other pur
poses.
Prohibits the operation of any motor
vehicle over the highways of this State
until the same has been 'registered.
Provides for a registration fee on all
automobiles equipped with pneumatic
tires used for the transportation of
passengers, a fee of 25 per cent per
horse power for each horse power
generated by the motor propelling
such vehicle, and 25 cents per hun
dred pounds on the gross weight of
the vehicle load.
Fixes the registration fee for motor
trucks equipped with pneumatic tires,
ranging from $15.00 per annum for
'trucks of one ton or less capacity to
$^50.00 per annum for trucks of six
tons capacity. Prohibits the operation
of any truck of more than six tons
capacity over the roads of this State.
Provides for trucks equipped with
solid tires one and one-half times the
rate above set out.
Fixes the registration fee for the
operation of trailers and semi-trailers
on a sliding scale of from $10.00 for
trailers of one ton or less capacity to
$50.00 for trailers of five-ton capacity.
Fixes a minimum fee for all automo
biles. trucks, trailers or semi-trailers
at $10.00. Fixes the fee for the regis
tration of motorcycles at $5.00 and
motorcycle sidecars at $2.50.
Provides for the method of registra
tion and the payment of the fees pro
vided for in the Act. Provides that
said fees shall be for the calendar
year, hut if a certificate is issued after
July 31 of said year the charge shall
be one-half of that for the calendar
year.
ACT NO. 495.
Approved March 20, 1921.
An Act to fix the salaries of officers
and employees of certain departments
of State Government.
Fixes the salaries of officers and
employees of State Government as fol
lows :
Adjutant General .$3,000.00
Assistant . 2,400.00
Assist. Quartermaster* General 1.800.00
One stenographer . 1,500.00
Attorney General’s Office.
Salary of Attorney General.$2,500.00
Additional salary for services
as attorney for Railroad
Commission . 500.00
Two assistant attorney gen
erals at a salary of. 2,400.00
One clerk at a salary of.* 1,800.00
Two stenographers at a salary
of, each . 1,500.00
State Auditor.
One deputy at .$2,400.00
One settlement clerk at. 2.200.00
Three clerks at . 1.800.00
One stenographer at. 1,500.00
Secretary of State.
In addition to his regular salary he
shall receive $500.00 for acting as cus
todian for. State Capitol building.
May employ one assistant cus
todian at .$2,400.00 |
One electrician and engineer at 1.500.00
One night watchman at. 1.500.00
Two firemen at, each. 900.00
One chief janitor at. 1,200.00
Fourteen janitors at, each. 600.00
Charity and Correction Commission.
One executive secretary at.$2,400.00
One clerk at . 1,890.00
One supervisor of Juvenile
Court at . 1.800.00
T>vo parole officers at-. 1,500.00
State Comptroller.
State Comptroller shall receive
a salary of .$3,600.00
One assistant at . 3,000.00
One clerk at . 1.800.00 j
Two examiners at. each. 2,100.00
Governor’s Office.
The Governor may employ one
private secretary at.$3,000.00
One assistant secretary at. 1,800.00
Two stenographers at a salary
of, each .. 1,500.00
STttie ncHiin uiiu-iT.
The State Health Officer shall re^
c^ive a salary of $3,600.00. and he may
employ one clerk at $1,800.00, one
sanitary engineer at $3,000.00, one
stenographer at $1,500.00, one statis
' * '-^n at $2,100.00. one stenographer at
vl,500.00. and four clerks at $1,200.00.
The Secretary of the History Com
TiiBS.’on shall receive a salary of
$2,700.00, and may employ one clerk
at $1,800.00.
The Commissioner of Labor and
Statistics shall receive a salary of
$2,400.CO, and may employ a deputy at
$2,100.00, and one stenographer
$1,200.00.
at
The State Mine Inspector shall re
ceive a salary of $2,000.00.
The Commissioner of Mines, Manu
facture and Agriculture shall receive a
salary of $3,600.00. and may employ
one deputy at $2,400.00, one clerk at
$2,100.00, one chemist at $3,000.00, one
assistant chemist at $2,400.00. six in
spectors at $1,800.00, one stenographer
at $1,500.00, and one registrar at
$1,800.00, one deputy at $2,400.00, one
clerk at $1,800.00. one stenographer at
$1,500.00, three inspectors at $1,800.00,
one deputy at $2,400.00, one clerk at
$1,800.00, one stenographer at $1,500.00,
one deputy at $2,400.00, one agricul
tural statistician at $1,200.00, stenog
rapher at $1,500.00.
The Superintendent of Public In
struction shall receive a salary of
$3,600.00. and may employ one assist
ant at $2,400.00, one deputy at $2,100.00
and one stenographer at $1,500.00.
The Supreme Court may employ one
reporter at $3,000.00, one librarian at
$2,400.00. one assistant librarian at
$1,800.00 and five clerks at $1,800.00.
The State Oil Inspector may employ
one chief clerk at $1,800.00, on©
stenographer at $1,500.00. and seven in
spectors at $1,500.00 each.
State Treasurer’s Office.
One deputy at $2,400.00, assistant
deputy at $2,100.00, three clerks at
$1,800.00, one night watchman at
$900.00.
Bank Commissioner’s Office.
Two assistants at $3,000.00, one clerk
kl iL^OO.00, _a_nd two stenographers ai
$1,57 s.t.tj, -ana eitTit -rnrarmrrsrs ttt
$3,000.00.
Stnte Hlirhwny Department.
Highway engineer $5,000.00, two as
sistant engineers, $3,000.00. secretary
of Highway Commission $2,700.00, ac
countant $2,700.00, three draftsmen
$1,800.00, one clerk $1,800.00, one clerk
$1,500.00, one deputy at $2,400.00, two
clerks at $1,800.00, one deputy for land
department at $2,400.00, three clerks
at $1,800.00, one stenographer $1,500.00.
ACT NO. 400.
Approved March 26, 1021.
An Act to amend Act No. 113 of the
Acts of 1913, entitled "An Act for the
organization and control of Banks.”
Amends the laws relative to the or
ganization of banks so as to provide
that the State Bank Department shall
exist for an indefinite period, but not
as a permanent office. Provides that
before the Commissioner shall issue a
charter to any bank he shall determine
that the community in which the bank
is to serve needs such an institution.
Provides that upon the commissioner
taking charge of the property and
business of an insolvent bank, the
commissioner shall be vested at law
and in equity with the full and uncon
ditional ownership and entitled to the
property thereof. Authorizes banks or
ganized under the laws of this State
to purchase, own and hold shares of
the capital stock of any corporation
organized under Act of Congress ap
proved December 24, 1919. known as the
Federal Reserve Act. Provides that a
depositor may recover damages f*r the
wrongful dishonor of his check only
upon application and proof that such
damages have resulted to_ him from
such dishonor.
ACT NO. 497.
Approved March 26, 1021.
An Act to appropriate funds for cer
tain special services and purchasing of
equipment for the State Auditorial
Department.
Appropriates the sum of $981.25 for
special services of C. E. Tool, D. H.
Baulfovr and Mrs. Lorena Jackson.
Appropriates the sum of $2,047.37 for
paying claims incidental to the pur
chase and use of automobile for said
department.
ACT NO. 499.
Approved March 26, 1921.
An Act to provide for the super
annuated teachers of the Arkansas
School for the Blind.
Provides that any female teacher
totally blind who shall have taught for
twenty-five years in the Arkansas
School for the Blind shall be unable
to perform regular service as a teacher
shall remain in the institution during
the remainder of her life free of
charge and shall perform such minor
service and work as the superintend
ent may direct.
ACT NO. 500.
Approved March 26, 1021.
An Act to make appropriation for
the equipment and supplies for the
Sl^itf^ Treasurer’s Office.
Appropriates the sum of $1,200.00 for
the purchasing of equipment and sup
plies for the State Treasurer's office
for the fiscal year ending June 30,
1921.
ACT NO. 503.
Approved March 20, 1021.
An Act to amend Sections 5636, 8880,
8883 and 88$5 of Crawford & Moses
Digest.
Provides for the payment by the
State of part of the salaries of county
superintendents of schools. Provides
that the State Board of Education is
authorized to pay the county superin
tendent of schools of each county the
sum of $1,500.00 per annum as part of
the salaries, provided, the County
Board of Education shall have met the
requirements prescribed by the State
Board of Education.
ACT NO. 507.
Approved March 20, 1921.
An Act to enable the State Normal
School Board to purchase the Caddo
Club for dormitory purposes.
Authorizes the said Board to spend
the sum of $14,000.00 for the purchase
of lots 16. 18 and 18 of Block 62, Boule
vard Addition to the City of Conway.
ACT NO. 512.
Approved March 26, 1921.
An Act to require the Chancellor of
the Tenth Chancery District to give
twelve days out of the year to hold
ing Chancery Court in Scott County.
Requires the Chancellor of the 10th
Chancery District to give 12 days a
year to holding such court in Scott
County.
ACT NO. 513.
Approved March 26, 1921.
An Act to amend Section 917 of
Crawford & Moses Digest.
Amends said section so as to pro
vide that railroad companies may
transport property free of cost or at
reduced rates for railroad eating
houses.
ACT NO. 516.
Approved Mnrch 26. 1921.
Af Act to make appropriations to
pay certain miscellaneous deficiency
claims.
Appropriates the sum of $37,166.75 to
pay various deficiency claims against
the State Government.
ACT NO. 518.
Approved March 26, 1921.
An Act to appropriate money for
the salary of Boiler Inspector and Cur
rent expenses of the department for
Uie months of January and February,
1921.
Appropriates $616.66 out of the
Boiler Inspection Fund to pay the sal
ary of the Boiler Inspector and ex
penses of the department for the
months of January and February, 1921.
ACT NO. 519.
Approved Mnrch 26, 1921.
i. auC.’-rizs. SLaia- riant
Board fo take at t.Tn fo preVenf tfifi-r
I troduction into the State of anv i,,''1'
) pest or plant disease. y lnsect
Authorizes the chief inspector nf
| State Plant Board to take action
prevent the introduction into the <ata:°
of .any.JnSeCt' p.est °r Plant disease
and^ authorizes^ him to provide for the
eradication of such insect, nest
plant disease, should the samo or
found within the State.
be
ACT NO. 520.
Approved March 21, 1021
An Act to appropriate funds "for th^
maintenance of the Supreme Court fr!~
the period ending June 30, 1921 or
Appropriates the sum of $10 775 00 t
pay the salaries of the judges’, stenop
raphers, librariah. assistant librarian
supreme court reporter, clerk’s fees’
current expenses and printing an^
1921inSr f°r the period endin& June 30,
ACT NO. 521.
Approved March 26, 1921.
An Act to appropriate money to pay
, e.Pe.r d,em and mileage of the presi
dential electors.
Appropriates the sum of $500.00 to
pay the mileage and per diem of the
presidential electors elected at the last
general election.
ACT NO. 523.
Approved March 26, 1921.
An Act to provide for the paving’ of
Pf11** West Seventh Street adjoining
the State Capitol.
Authorizes the Secretary of State to
contract for the paving of said street.
Appropriates the sum of $8,000.00, or
so much thereof as may be necessary
for that purpose.
ACT NO. 524.
Approved March 26. 1921.
An Act to refund to Cross. Craig
head and Poinsett counties certain
funds erroneously collected for tick
eradication.
Appropriates the sum of $3,722.75 out
of the Northwest Arkansas Cattle Tick
Eradication Fund to refund certain
amount* erroneously paid into the
State Treasury by the counties above
mentioned.
ACT NO. 535.
Approved March 26, 1921.
An Act to provide for the care, main
tenance and instruction of blind babies
and children too small and too back
ward to enter the State School for the
Blind.
Provides that the Superintendent of
the State School for the Blind may
contract with institutions furnishing
facilities for the care, maintenance and
education of such persons at a price
of not more'than $1.50 per day. Pro
vided that such superintendent has the
I consent of the parents of guardian of
such children.
ACT NO. 526.
Approved March 23, 1921.
An Act to provide a reform school
for negro juvenile convicts.
Provides that the Board of Managers
of the Boys’ Industrial School shall'
provide a suitable school for negroes*
separate and apart from the white in
mates of the Industrial School. Di
rects said board to select a suitable*
tract of land or not less than 100
acres on which to erect said school.
Directs said board to proceed with the
erection of necessary buildings and
authorizes it to use the labor of
the inmates of the school. Authorizes
the board to employ a superintendent
for such school. Appropriates the sum)
of $15,000.00 for the purposes of the
Act.
ACT NO. 527.
Approved March 20, 1921.
An Act to authorize the Secretary
of State to employ an additional clerk
and to make appropriations for the
fiscal year ending June 30, 1923.
Authorizes the Secretary of State to
employ an additional clerk at a salary
of $1,800.00 per annum. Appropriates'
the su mof $1,800.00 for the fiscal year
ending June 30, 1922, and appropriates
the sum of $1,800.00 for the fiscal year
ending June 30, 1923.
ACT NO. 528c
Approved March 26, 1921.
An Act to improve the accoustics of
the Senate Chamber and the hall o
the House of Representatives ami to
appropriate the necessary money there
for.
Authorizes the Secretary of State to
enter into contract for the improve
ment of the accoustics in such cham
bers and appropriates the sum of
$13,750.00 for that purpose.
ACT NO. 529.
Approved March 26, 1921.
An Act to aid in the construction or
a permanent road from the town ol
Booneville to the Arkansas State Tu
berculosis Sanatorium. M
Appropriates the sum of $15,00' .w
out of the Highway Improvement Funa
to assist the Booneville District in tm
building of a road from the State iu
berculosis Sanatorium to the Town or
Booneville, Arkansas.
ACT NO. 530.
Approved March 26. 1921.
An Act to make appropriations r
the Department of Public !n®V*uctU\ •
Appropriates the sum of
for the salaries and current e*e™;
of said department for the fiscal >1
ending June 30, 1922. «iQ<mO00
Appropriates the sum of „„jri
for the salaries and expenses °r ‘
department for the fiscal year e
June 30, 1923.
ACT NO. 531.
Approved March 26, $•’**.• for
An Act to make appropriatior
the collection of relics mustei »tfl
and historical records to perp
the part taken by the Confedew
diers of Arkansas in the wai bet
the States. _o^n.nn
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