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by in® ance companies, and that no agreenwtt for the fixing of rates can be madq except in compliance with this act. Provides a penalty for the violation of the act of a fine of $25 to $200 for each offense. Appropriates $7,600 for the expense of the office of the Insurance Commissioner. ACT NO. 175. Approved March 5. 1919. An Act to amend Act 304 of the General Assembly of 1909. Provides for a History Commission. Provides that such commission shall perfect and complete its work of preserving the history of Arkansas’ part in the great war, and fixes the salary of the secretary to the commission at the sum of $2,400 a year. ACT NO. 185. Approved March 6. 1919. An Act to prescribe freight rates on crushed stone, sand and gravel. The act fixes the rates to be charged per ton over various distances within this State. ACT NO. 197. Approved March 7, 1919. An Act to impose a license on each dog in the State of Arkansas. Pro vides that all dogs over 4 months old shall be listed for taxation, and pro vides further that the owner of every dog over 4 months of age shall pay an annual license of $1 Provides that, w’hen any sheep or any other live stock is killed or injured by dogs that the owner shall report to a justice of the peace, who shall appoint appraisers to fix the damage and a report shall be filed with the county clerk, and if the County Court finds the claim to be just one, he shall allow it and order it to be paid out of the dog tax fund; and also provides that the fees of the justices and the appraisers shall be paid out of the dog tax fund Provides a penalty of not less than $5 nor more than $10 for failure to pay license on dogs, and provides that anv dog without license shall be kill ed. ACT NO. 208. Approved 'larch 7. 1919. Provides that the clerk of the Su preme Court shall receive $.'5,000 per year and shall employ two deputies at $2,000 per year each, such salaries to be paid out of the fees of the office, and provides further that the clerk may employ an additional assistant when in the opinion of the judges of the court such employment is necess ary. Provides that in no case must the salary exceed the fees of the of fice. VCT NO. 209. Approved March 7, 1919. An Act to create a bureau of crop estimates, etc. Provides that the Commissioner of Mines. Manufactur es and Agriculture, together with two assistants to he appointed by him. shall compose a bureau of crop esti mates and statistics relating to < i and compile and give the necessary publicity to the resources of the state. Provides that such bureau shall co operate with the Federal Iiureau of Crop Stitistics. ACT NO. 211. Approved March 7. 1919. Authorizes the Secretary of State to furnish the Supreme Court reports to the United States courts of this State and to exchange with other States and countries. Provides that the Secretary of State may furnish such reports to such states as extend sililar courtesy to this stute, and re quires him to furnish the Federal Courts of this State with volumes of such reports, beginning with Volume 126. ACT NO. 226. Approved March 11. 1919. An Act confirming sale of lands un der decree of Pulaski Chancery Court, approved prior to May 1, 1878 Pro vides that the sale of lands made in pursuance to the decree of the Pulas ki Chancery Court in favor of the State of Arkansas, prior to May 1, 1878. are ratified and confirmed. Provi Its that when the owner of such land presents to the Commissioner of State Lands a duly certified copy of the proceedings of such court, and shall show evidence if his title and continued payment of taxes, the com missioner shall execute a deed con veying the interest of the State in and to such lar.!. AC !' NO. 2.50. Approved March 11, 1919. An Act to prohibit municipal offi cers or employees f"( n< receiving gratuities from municipal corpora tions or public utilit} companies Pro hibits any officer or employee from current >-.*r\ i< ■ frt • i at; pu1 lie utility company for a less rate than the general publi. pa. s tkerefo**. Pro vides a penalt; of net less than #10 nor more than ft'00 \ elating tb.e act. \CT NO. 2ai Approved Marc*- 11 ‘i*. Ar. Act to rovaie for court; Board of Educat r *a count; of the State. Provides that ail schools except those in cities and towns shall be under the control of the Count} Board of Education, said board to be elected by qualified electors of the count}’ at each annual election. Said board to be composed of five members not more than two of which shall be from the same tc -.ship, and shall hold office for a t. . of five. Said board shall have the control of schools school funds, and shall perform such duties in relation thereto as has here tofore been imposed upon the county judges. They shall meet at least four times a year, and at such other times as shall be necessary. Regular meet ings to be held on the second Satur day in March, June. September and December. Provides that they shall have tht> power to discharge the coun t • superintendent by a vote of four members of the board. Fixes the sal ary of the county superintendent of not more than $1,800, in counties of less than 32,000 population, and in other counties at $2,100. In case of a vacancy op the board, the other members of the board shall elect a quailified person to fill such vacancy, who shall serve until the next annual school election. ACT NO. 250. Approved March 12, 1919. An Act to appropriate money for the purpose of tick eradication. Ap propriates $100,000 for the purpose of tick eradication in the State of Ark ansas. The expenditure of which is to be under the control of the Boani of Control of the Agricultural Experi ment Station. ACT NO. 251. Approved March 12. 1919. An Act to appropriate money for the purchase of land on which the state Serum Plant is located. Authorizes the Board of Control of the Agricul tural Experiment Station to purchase the acre of land on which the serum plant is located and repair and enlarge the buildings of the same, and to pur chase necessary equipment. Approp riates $15,000 for this purpose. ACT NO. 257. Approved March 12, 1919. An act to appropriate money for the reprinting of certain Supreme Court reports. Appropriates $30,000 for the reprinting of Supreme Court reports are now or shortly will be out of print. ACT NO. 2H0. Approved March 12, 1919. An Act for the control and sup pression of prostitution and veneral diseases. Provides for the acceptance of the benefits of the Act of Congress No. 193, of the Sixty-fifth Congress. Makes the State Treasurer the cus todian of the funds derived from such an act. Makes the State Board of Health the agent of the State for the purpose of carrying into effect the provisions of said act, and makes the secretary of said board the executive officer of said board for the enforce ment of such act Appropriates $4, 273.48 to carry out the provisions of tlie act ACT NO. 265. Approved March 13. 1919. An Act for the protection and health of women workers. Provides that there shall he established in every fac tory manufacturing or established workshop, where six or more men or women are employe 1, separate tiolet or wash rooms, also suitable lunch rooms for wcimei employees; and pro vides that where no lunch room is furnished women workers shall be allowed not less than one hour for meal time. Provides that the Com ; lissioner of Labor shall enforce the provisions of the Act. ACT NO. 267. Approved March 13. 19! t. An Act for the holdover members :.r.'i clerks of the General Assembly for 19!','. Provides what members of the Setiate and House shall be held over to complete the unfinished busi ness of both houses at the time of ad '.surnmenl and v. hot employees of Loth houses shall be retained. \CT NO. 275. Approved March 17, 1919. Amends Sections 11 and 13 of Act 191 of 1915. Provides that the Com missioner of Labor may establish reg ulations governing the employment of females in hotels and restaurants. Provides that such regulations shall not permit female employees to be employed in excess of nine hours in any one day, nor for less wage than will support them with a proper liv ing. ACT NO. 276 Approved March 17, 1919. An Act to amend the game laws of the State. Provides that the Kish and Game Commission may appoint a sec retary at a salary of $2,000 per year. Provides for the appointment of game j wardens, not exceeding eight, to in vestigate violations of the law. Makes it unlawful for any person to fish with artificial bait or to hunt any deer, bear or turkey without first pro curing a license. Provides the cost of license for residents of this state at *1 10 for either hunting or fishing, and for non-residents to hunt $15, and to fish, $5. Provides that a non-resi dent may obtain a license for each trip for $1.!•> Defines a resident as a law ful ' iter. Provide* that if fish are caught for market, each fisherman using seine net*, tout lines and set hooks, a 1 cense » f S5<; is required, and for each fisherman using hoop r-»ts or.l\ >2" arn! for using ■ r.iv hook e 1 lire, tout lines and so’ books $10. For each helper of the market t's1-', man #•'. I’h■.: it sia!! he .; ■ ■ c ’ ;\ t % s -11 or ■ th r ' .-ale t ■> fu h w : g * ,: :c : 'isl.es v e1' are Its* in length .'--.n i ' ' ■ . inches i k< end t.i following of the minimum •.v».eg: • itt'sh two pounds: drum two . osuius, ana butfalo. three pounds Ti > * senior. shall : t apply to n; li re" s u*i*d f if rait ’ "o’, nil's f i- license < f $20 for taking fu--ht irir.g animals by fans j where more than 12 traps arc use i Provides a iicer.st of $1.50 f. r ear! 1 dog used in hunting wild fowl or birds. , Prohibits the selling or offering for | sale between Marc 15th and October I Is:, the pelt of any fur-bearir.g ani mal caught in this State Prohibits fi:t shooting o- killing of any doe, wild turkey her. or any wild pheasant, grouse, prairie chicken, or robin red breast until after January 1st, 1922. Prohibits the hurting of wild turkey or deer between the 15th of January and the 10th day of November Any wild gcose, duck. Wilson snipe, galli ”u!e >r coot between February 1st and November 1st. any woodcock from De cember 31st to November 1st, any " Id pheasant, grouse or prairie chick en between the 15th day of January and the 15tfa day of December, any partridge or quail between the 1st day of February and the 20th day of November, any mourning or turtle dove or plover between December 15th ar.d September 1st Provides that wild turkey gobblers may be killed from March 1st to May 1st of each year and 1 that squirrel may be shot or taken :’rom May 15th to January 15th of aach year. Prohibits any person to permit his dogs to run any deer be tween the 15th day of January and he 1st day of November. Prohibits he killing of more than 2 deer, 1 hear or 4 turkeys in any one year by the same person. Prohibits the taking by the same person in any one day more than 15 squirrels, 5 pheasants, 5 grouse, 5 I prairie chickens, 6 woodcocks, 8 geese, 8 brant, 20 partridges, 25 turtle doves, rails, coots, gallinules, Wilson snipes or jack snipe and 25 ducks. Provides that shipments of game or fish shall bear a tag showing the name of the person killing or catching the simie. Prohibits the use of a seine with meshes smalier than 2Vs* inches, hut provides that picnic parties may catch fish for their own use with a seine of not greater length than 100 feet and with meshes not smaller than 1 Mi inches. Provides that officers mav seize and destroy seines being used in violation of the law and pro vides that any game wardens ..ay confiscate all unlawful shipments of game or fish and use the same for charitable purposes. Provides that game wardens shall have the right of search to ascertain whether or not the laws are being violated. Provides that the money derived from the fees paid for licenses shall go into the game protection fund. Provides that nothing in the Act shall prohibit any person from hunt ing on his own premises without a license. ACT NO. 279 Approved March 17, 1919 An Act to amend Act 29 of 1917. Makes it the duty of a Peace Officer on notice of the Inspector, where the owner of cattle has failed to dip the same, to take possession of said cat tle and dip them. Said officer is au thorized to make a charge of net 'ess than 81. or more than .$'! for las ser vices, and the person in charge of said cattle shall pay the same, an". ,f he fails to pay the cattle shall be sold for the satisfaction of the costs Di rects the Peace Officer to take u; .»m! dip all stray cattle running at !: -ge not being dipped. ACT NO. 280. Approved March 17, 1919 An Act to provide for the annexa tion of territory to improvement dis tricts m cities and towns. P escribes that a majority of owners of lands ad jacent to an improvement district, de siring to be included in such district, may present their petition to the coun cil. Said council shall publish a no tice for two weeks calling on all per sons interested to show cause for or against the annexation and on the day named shall hear all persons desiring to be heard and the findings of the > nuncil shall be final unless appealed from in less than 30 days. They shall express their findings by proper ordi nances. ACT NO. 28,» Approved March 17, 1919 An Act to provide for the re-digest ng of the Statute. Provides that the < lovernor and Supreme Court shall within 30 days appoint some suitable person to redigest the Statutes and also to appoint an examiner to ap prove the same when completed. Provides for the printing of 12,000 copies. Appropriates $5,000 for the digester, $2,000 for the examiner and $40,000 for printing. ACT NO. 289 Approved March 17, 1919 An Act permitting cities of the first class to levy a tax, not to exceed $5 on automobiles, to be used exclusively for the building and maintaining of streets, alleys, etc., and provides a penalty. Act permits cities to issue such licenses and enforce ordinances for the regulation of the same. ACT NO. 303 Approved March 17, 1919 An Act authorizing cities of a popu lation of 40,000 or more to build, oper ate and own auditoriums. ACT NO. 304 Approved March 17, 1919 An Act to provide for the recording of certificates of discharge for soldiers and sailors of the great war. Makes it the duty of the Recorder for each County to record the certificates of discharge upon the payment of a fet i t to exceed 2<ux .-lakes it tne dutv the C-’Unty Court to provide a pro - rt •( rd book for the purpose of v -:rg such records. A< r NO. 311 Vppmwd March 21. !“!!* '• i er Is .'•■ ■ ion 12 of Act No. 10s 1.• l I- ixt' tin salary of the at ■ !>•:<•> f. f e H; »hway Commission A! T NO. 312 \n. “oved March 21. 1919 V - A • '7 ..f 1015. Provides t e Municipal Court for large •'es shall tie held by one municipal uuge far each city. Fixes the salary f • large cities at $'.>00 a year, and • r smaller cities at >2 000 a year. i-.es the City Clerk the clerk of the ' : ipal Court and permits him to . pci lit deputies. The Act to become ” ":ve after the general election of ; . i. ACT NO. 314 Approved March 21. 1919 An Act to amen i Section 49 of Act i of 1917. Makes it unlawful to '.ainta.r. or couse to be placed, main ..lined or erected .n the waters of this <tate, or to sell or to have in posses ion any seine net or fish basket ex i opt hoop nets without wings or with mgs not over 50 feet long on each • de and the meshes not less than 3 'aes square. Does not prohibit the isirg of minnow seines nor prohibit ■ he use of seines not over 90 feet long or with meshes smaller than 2 inches ; y picnic parties, between June 15th ni September 1st. ACT NO. 323 Approved March 21. 1919 An act prohibiting trespassing on iblic property. Makes it unlawful to :de or drive on the State Capitol .-rounds, except upon the public drive ; -ays or w^Lks of such grounds, pun .ihable by a fine not exceeding $100. Directs the custodian of the building and his deputies to arrest persons vio lating the Act. Money derived from fines to be paid into the State Treas ury to the credit of the general reve nue fund. Prohibits any person over the age of 10 years from skating or walking with metal skates on any portion of the Capitol building or any abutment thereon or approaches there to. ACT NO. 324 Approved March 21, 1919 To change the form of relinquish ment of dower, prescribes that the wife may relinquish dower by join ing in deed with husband or by separ ate conveyance to husband’s guaran tee. ACT NO. 325 Approved March 21, 1919 An Act to onable a wife of an insane husband to convey her dower. Pro vides that such wife may convey her dower by joining in a petition of the guardian for such sale and by separ ate instrument duly acknowledged conveying all her interest in the land. | ACT NO. 330 Approved March 22, 1919 Provides for the sale of sixteenth section lands in those townships in which no inhabitants reside. Provides that the land may be sold on the peti tion of any inhabitant of the County supported by the affidavit of three other inhabitants of the County that no inhabitant resides in such town ship. ACT NO. 331 Approved March 22, 1919 An Act to provide for the place of taxation of personal property of cor porations. Provides that such prop erty shall he assessed in the County in which it is located, regardless of the location of the principal office of the corporation. ACT NO. 332 Approved March 22. 1919 An Act to amend Section 7272 of Kirby’s Digest. Provides that persons warned to work on the road shall be exempt upon the payment of $2 for each day so warned. ACT NO 333 Approved March 22, 1919 An Act to cure defective acknowl edgments. Provides that acknowledg ments to instruments conveying land which has been heretofore taken and which are defective are cured of ir regularities. Provides the Act does not apply to any acknowledgments upon which suit is now pending. ACT NO. .339 Approved March 22. 1919 An Act to amend Act 113 of 1913 and lt.J of 1917. Provides that any bank, a member of the Federal Re serve System, who complies with re serve requirements of such reserve system . hall be deemed to have com plied with the laws, of this State rela tive to reserve. Provides that the Hank Examiner shall furnish the Fed eral Board or Federal Reserve Bank copies of all examinations made by him of banks members of such Feder al system. Permits banks to own such amount of stock in the Federal Reserve Bank as may be necessary to permit them to become members of the Federal Reserve System. Au thorizes banks to accept for payment at future date drafts drawn by cus tomers and issue lett rs of credit, such acceptances and letters of credit shall be considered as money borrowed ACT NO. 343 Approved March 22, 1919 An Act to permit special consoli dated and common school districts to expend money for transportation. Au thorizes the members or directors of such districts to purchase wagons, busses or other means of transporta tion and hire persons to operate them or make other arrangements neces sary. Permits them to lease or build teacherages or homes for the accom modation of the teachers for the dis trict. ACT NO. 344 Approved March 22. 1919 An Act to provide for a permanent <T,ool fund and for the sale of State lands. Provides that the proceeds de ed from the sale of State lands shall go into the permanent school tv.ad. Provides that all State lands all be sold for not less than $2.50 an . -e except for lands forfeited for >xes may be sold for not less than 1 27 per re. Provides the method f sale of sixteenth section lands. ACT NO. 350 Approved March 22, 1919 \: .v■’ to amend Section 5411 of •soy’s luges*, so as to provide for it so* -i • •i. by verified but unre ■ led p. .>■'■ uf .attorney. Act pro ides that when any mortgage or deed f trust of personal property has been ally paid tiie came shall be satisfied, 'n ide* t! ,.t satisfaction of personal r. perty mortgages which are filed uf not recorded may be satisfied by he recorder or other person when au .■ razed b\ power of attorney, which over of attorney shall be filed with ae satisfied mortgage or when the .crtgage is withdrawn in lieu thereof ACT NO. 381 Approved .March 26. 1919 An Act making appropriation for xter.sion work in agricultural and ome economics. Appropriates $15, 14.45 for extension work in ugricul ire and home economics. ACT NO. 382 Approved March 26, 1919 Amends Section 5942 of Kirby’s Di est so as to provide that if the mount appropriated by the I,egisla lre for pensions is insufficient to pay le claims in full then that it shall be rorated in just proportion, and if lere is an excess from the amount ppropriated that such excess shall be 'orated among the persons allowed ?nsions. ACT NO. 383 Approved March 26, 1919 An Act to appropriate money to pay ensions to ex-Confederate soldiers j Vppropriates $2,225,000 to pay such, pensions. ACT NO. 384 Approved March 26. 1919 An Act making appropriation for the medical department of the Uni versity of Arkansas and also for the Branch Normal of such University. Appropriates $"$,000 for the medical department and $50,000 for the Branch Normal. ACT NO. 386 Approved March 26. 1919 An Act to appropriate money to pay the interest on the permanent school fund. Appropriates $113,450 to pay such interest. ACT NO. 387 Approved .March 26, 1919 Appropriates money out of the p«n itentiary fund to pay improvement district taxes for levies. Appropri ates $7,500 for this purpose. ACT NO. 388 Approved March 26, 1919 Appropriates $2,000 to pay for fil ing cabinets, document files and other fixtures in the State Treasurer's of fice. ACT NO. 389 Approved March 26, 1919 Appropriates $134,000 for the main tenance of the tuberculosis sanator ium. Appropriates $15,000 for the purpose of installing an electric light plant at such sanatorium and appro priates $11,730 for additional build ings and equipment, $1,500 for X-ray machine, and $2,000 for laboratory equipment. Appropriates $6,000 for the construction of a road to the sana torium. and $3,000 for fencing the sanatorium grounds. ACT NO. 391 Approved 'larch 26, 1919 An Act to provide for the payment of a chairman of the Highway Com mission reasonable compensation. Fixes the salary of such chairman at $750 a year. ACT NO. 392 Approved March 26. 1919 An Act to provide for the payment of mileage and per diem of the Gen eral Assembly. Borrows from the commercial feed stuff fund $25,000. from the fertilizer fund $20,000 and the oil inspection fund $30,000. Di rects the State Treasurer to transfer .,11 moneys in the State Capitol fund to the credit of the general revenue lund, and to transfer all moneys in the sand and gravel fund to the gene ral revenue fund, and all moneys from the sale of books by the Secretary of State to the general revenue fund. All of such money to be used to meet the pri^'isions made in Acts Nos. 101 and 155 for the expenses of the General Assembly, and provides the balance may he used for other pur poses. A< T NO. 393 \pproved March 26. 1919 An Act to provide for revolving storm doors in the State Capitol build ing. Appropriates $750 out of the State Capitol fund for the purpose of providing such doors. At T NO. 394 Approved March 2ti, 1919 An Act to provide for an addition to •lie Hospital building of the Arkansas Confederate Home. Appropriates $10, 000 for this purpose. ACT NO. 396 Approved March 26. 1919 An Act to provide for the support and maintenance of the Arkansas School for the Blind. Appropriates $102,500 for the support and mainten ance of the Arkansas School for the Blind. ACT NO. 397 Approved March 26. 1919 To provide for the maintenance of the State Hospital for Nervous Dis eases. Apropriates $836,140 for the maintenance of such institution. ACT NO. 398 Apnroved March 26. 1919 An Act to provide for the mainten ance of the Deaf Mute Institute. Ap propriates $190,623.32 for such insti tution. _i ACT NO. 100 \pproved March 26. 1919 An Act making provisions for the various departments of State govern ment. ACT NO. 10.2 Vpproved March 27. 1910 An Act to amend Section 1 of Act 17’> of 1917. Permits railroad em ployes. traveling salesmen, students in colleges or other persons unavoid ably absent from the County in which he resides on election day, to vote for township, county, district and State officials, members of the Legislature, members of Congress, President and Vice President, at any voting precinct in the State of Arkansas. Provides that any person engaged ; .- a sailor or soldier of the United States may be permitted to vote re gardless of where he may be located mi the day of election. ACT NO. 104 Approved March 27. 1919 \n Act to provide for the partition of assessments in improvement dis tricts. Provides that where the as sessments have been made in one body and the land is later divided the owner of any part of such property may ap ply to the Chancery Court for a par tition of assessment of benefits aain3t the same. ACT NO. 410 Approved March 27, 1919 An Act to amend Section 7 of an Act of 1917, regulating fraternal ben eficiary assessments. Provides that any such society may admit any per son not over 60 years of age and that any such society may issue certificates of sick, death, annuity, or other bene fits to children between the ages of 1 and 18 years, and that when such a child reaches the age for personal ap plication, such certificate may be ex changed for any other certificate is sued by the society, free designation •f the beneficiary being left to the child. Thak the assessment collected on such certificate shall bf basd upon a standard of industrial table of im mortality and 3 Vi per cent per annum or a higher standard. ACT NO. 423 Approved March 27, 1919 An Act to prevent the mutilation of motor and serial numbers of auto mobiles, tires and gasoline engines Makes it unlawful for any person to have in their possession anv automo bile, tire or gasoline engine,‘the motor or serial of which has been mutilated to the extent that it can not be read Provides that where any such prop erty has been stolen and later recov ered, the courts have the authority to permit the rightful owner to use the same with such numbrs so mutilated AT NO. 424 Approved .March 27, 1919 An Act to prevent injury pending litigation to lands in which the State claims an interest. Provides that pending such litigation that the par ties claiming adversely to the State or any other person shall not cut or re move from said land any trees, logs or timber. Provides that the court may permit such cutting or taking of tim ber where the petitioners enter into a good and sufficient bond to the State in the amount not less than the cash value of such timber. Provides that the State may obtain an injunction without filing a bond. ACT NO. 432 Approved March 27, 1919 An Act to amend Act 215 of 1911, Provides that the County Court may appoint any number of persons to act as probation officers, and fix their compensation. In any counties con taining cities of the first class the sal ary of such officers to be fixed by the court. Gives the County Court of the smaller counties power to decide whe ther or not probation officers are ne cessary. Provides that no court shall commit a female offender under the age of 18 years or a male offender un der the age of 17 years to jail in any county in which a detention home is provided, but shall commit them to such homes. ACT NO. 433 Approved March 27, 1919 An Act to amend Section 58 of Act 113 of 1913. Provides that dividends of insolvent banks, remaining in the hands of the Bank Commissioner after six months after the final order of dis tribution, shall he deposited in one or more State banks in trust for the sev eral depositors. Provides that no pay ment to depositor shall be made un less claim is made within two years after the Bank Commissioner takes over the assets of the bank. ACT NO. no Xpproved .March 27. 1919 An Act to repeal Section 3734 of Kirby's Digest and to amend Section 3742. Repeals Section 3734 and amends Se< tion 3742 to provide that all committee clerks of the House of Representatives shall he stenograph ers and shall he under the control of the Speaker of the House. Provides that the House may, at its discretion, select not more than four stenograph ers. Such clerks to give all of their time to their work and work at times when the House is not in session. Pro vides for clerks for the committees of the Senate and four stenographers for the Senate. Makes it unlawful for either the House or the Senate to em ploy anyone “Ise by resolution or oth erwise. ACT NO. 14* Approved March 27, 1919 Provides that the use of the word trustee, agent, or as trustee in the conveyance of lands shall not be no tice to any person that the grantee holds as trustee or agent or that there are any other beneficiaries than the grantee himself. And that a convey ance by such grantee to nay other per son will vest title in such person free from the trust. ACT NO. 146 Approved March 27, 1919 An Act to amend Section 1 of Act 156 of 1915. Provides that whenever 2§ per cent of the qualified electors of three or more townships petition the County Court for the privilege to vote on the question of restraining stock from running at large, the County Court shall call such election. | Provides that the petition must eon I tain 25 per cent of the electi rs of each I township. ACT NO. 117 \pproved March 27. 1911* An A t declaring certain gins to he public gins. Provides that all cotton gins, except those located on planta tions and ginning only cotton n the i plantation, to be public gins. Pe® vi«ies th *t public gins shall gin : <»tton in the order in which it is brought to them. Provides the penalty for refus ing to gin cotton of a fine of not less j than $25 nor more than $50. ACT NO. 162 Approved March 28, 1919 An Act to authorize County < ourts ' to issue new bonds in lieu of the old I ones in drainage districts, organized under Section 1114 to 1450 of Kirbys Digest. That where it is to the best interest of the district, the County Court, upon surrender of the old bonus may issue new bonds. Provides that i the bonds shall not bear a greater rate of interest than 6 per cent. 1 r0 vides that where there is more than one issue of bonds outstanding they may be consolidated in the new issue. ACT NO. 467 Approved March 28, 1919 An Act permitting deferred pay ments of assessment of benefits 111 drainage districts. Provides that in drainage districts where the assess ments of benefits have been made, tne property owner may pay such assess ment in full within sixty days afte the passage of this act, and if not Pa| within that time, such installments bear 6 per cent interest. ACT NO. 482 Approved March 28, 1919 An Act to provide for the supp° and maintenance of the Arkansas pe® itentiary. Appropriates $592,500 c the support of the penitentiary '