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wary and tlie 10th dav of v/* Any wild goose, duck ^ -«ovember BUlllnule or coot betwr' Wilson snipe, and November 1st »- “en February 1st December 3lst to’ - -n>’ woodcock fron: wild pheasant ' ■> November 1st, any •n between *' grouse or prairie cliick the 1Cth- .,ie 15th day of January anc ■ ridged’"' day of December, any part I Feb-^ jT quail between the 1st day ol b' .ruary and the 20th day of Novern er, any mourning or turtle dove ot plover between December 15th and Sep lember 1st. Provides that wild turkey gobblers may be killed from March 1st to May 1st of each year and that squir rel may he shot or taken from May 15th to January 15th of each year. Prohib it* any person to permit Ills dogs tc run any deer between the 15th day ol January and the 1st day of November Prohibits the killing or more than 2 deer, 1 bear 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 pheas ants, 5 grouse, 5 prairie chickens, 6 woodcocks, S geese, 8 brant, 20 part ridges, 25 turtle, doves, rails. coots, gallinules, Wilson snipe or jack snipe and 2b ducks. Provides that shipments of game or fish shall bear a tag showing the name of the person killing or catching the same. Prohibits the use of a seine with meshes smaller than 2% inches, but pro vides that picnic parties may catch fish for their own usp with a seine of not greater length than 100 feet and with meshes not smaller than 1V4 inches. Provides that officers may seise and destroy seines being used in violation of the law Aid provides that any game Wardens may confiscate all unlawful shipments of game or fish and use the same for charitable purposes. Provides lhal game wardens shall have the right of search to ascertain whether or not the laws are being violated. Provides that the money derived from Ihe fees paid for licenses shall go into the game protection fund. Provides that nothing in the Act shall Srohibit any person from hunting on is own premises writhouc,a license. - VT i ACT NO. 279\ Approved March 17. 1910. An Act to amend Act 3ft 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 cattle and dip them. Said officer is author ized to make a charge of not less than $1, or more than $3 for his services and the person in charge of said cattle shall pay the same, and if he fails to pay the cattle shall be sold for the sat isfaction of the costs. Directs the Peace Officer to take up and dip all stray cattle running at large not being dipped. ACT NO. 280. Approved March t7. 1910. „ An Act to provide for the annexation ©f territory to improvement districts in Cities and towns. Prescribes that a ma jority of Owners of lands adjacent to an improvement district, desiring to be Included In such district, may present their petition to the council. Said coun cil shall publish a notice for t.wo weeks Calling on all persons interested to show cause for or against the annexa tion and on the day named shall hear ail persons desiring to be heard and the findings of the council shall be final unless appealed from in less than 30 I days. They shall express their findings by proper ordinances. ACT NO. 285. Approved » arch 17, 1919. An Act to provide for the re-digest Ing of the Statute. Provides that tlu Governor and Supieme Court shall with in 30 days appoint some suitable person to redigest the Statutes and also to ap point an examiner to approve the same when completed. „ „„„ I Provides for the printing of 13.000 copies. Appropriates $5,000 for the di gester. $2,000 for the examiner and $40, 000 far printing. ACT 5fO. 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 foi the building and maintaining of streets, alleys, etc., and provides a penalty. Act permits cities to issue such licenses and enforce ordinances for the regula tion of the same. ACT NO. 303. a Approved March 17. 4919. An AcT uaithorizing cities of a lation of 40,00tf wc.jjjore tiv 1 *v..ty ate and own auditoriums. popu 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 of each County to record the certificates of discharge upon the payment of a ree not to ex oeed 25c. Makes it the duty of the County Couj* to provide a proper record book for the purpose of keeping such r«c<vds. ACT NO. 311j Approved March 21, 1919. Amends Section 12 of Act No. 105 of HIT Fixes the salary of the attorney for the Highway Commission at $5,000 per year. ACT NO. 312. Approved March 21, 1919, Amends Act 87 of 1915. Provides that the Municipal Court for large cities shall be held by one municipal judge for each city. Fixes the salary for large cf'tles at $3,000 a year, and for •mailer cities at $2.0»t> a year. Makes the City Clerk the clerk of tire Munic ipal Court and permits him to appoint deputies. The Act to become effective after the general election of 1921. ACT NO, 314. Approved March 21, 1919. An Act to amend Section 49 of Act 1$S of 1917. Makes it unlawful to main tain or caused to be placed, maintained or ereefed in the waters of this Slate, or to sell or to have In possession any —urine net or fish basket except hoop nets without wings or with wings not over 50 feet long on each side and the meshes not less than 3 inches square. Does not prohibit the using of minnow seines nor prohibit the use of seines not over 90 feet tong nor with meshes •mailer than 2 inches by picnic parties, between June 15th and September 1st. ACT NO. 32:*. Approved Mureli 21. 131!*. An Act prohibiting trespassing on public property. Makes it unlawful to ride or drive on the State Capitol (rounds; except upon the public drive ways or walks of such grounds, punish able by a fine not exceeding $ i *)0. ]~>l racts the custodian of the building and his deputUst to arrest persons violating the Act. Money derived from fines to bo paid into the State Treasm > to the •redtt of the general revenue fund. Pro hibits 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 (here on or approaches thereto. ACT NO 321. Approved March 21, IIMD. To change the form of relinquish ment Of dower, prescribes that the wife may relinquish dower by joining In deed with husband or by separate con veyance to husband’s guarantee. ACT NO. 323. Approved March 21, KM#. An Act to enable a wife of an insane husband to convey her dower. Provides that such wife inay convey her dower by Joining In a petition of the guardian for such sale and by separate instru ment duly acknowledged conveying all Esr interest In the land. ACT NO. 331*. Approved March 22, 11*11*. Provides for the sale of sixteenth section lands In those townships ii, which no Inhabitants reside. Provides that the land may be sold on tin- 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 township. ACT NO. 331. Approved March 22, 1019. An Act to provide for the place of taxation of personal property of cor porations. Provides that such property shall be assessed in the County in which it is located, regardless of the lo cation of the principal office of the corpo ration. ACT NO. 332. Approved March 22. 1919. An Act to amend Section 7272 of Kir by’s Digest. Provides that persons warned to work on the road shall be exempt upon the payment of $2 for each day so warned. AOd’ NO. 333. Approved March 22, 1919. An Act to cure defective acknowledg ments. Provides that acknowledgments to instruments conveying land which has been heretofore taken and which are defective are cured of irregulari ties. Provides the Act does nut apply to any acknowledgments upon which suit is now pending. act no. am Approved March 'l'i, 1010. An Act to amend Act 113 of 1313 and 139 of 1917. Provides that any bonk, a member of the Federal Reserve Sys tem. who complies with reserve require ments of such reserve system shall be deemed to have complied with the laws of this State relative to reserve. Pro vides that the Bank Examiner shall fur nish the Federal Board or Federal Re serve Bank copies of all examinations made by him of banks members of such Federal system. Permits bank.- to own such amount of stock in the Fed ral Re serve Bank as may lie necessary to per mit them to become members of the Federal Reserve System. Authorizes banks to accept for payment at future date drafts drawn by customers und issue letters of credit, rtueh acceptances and letters of credit shall be considered as money borrowed. ACT NO. 11411. Approved March 2*2. litltl. An Act to permit special consolidated and common school districts to expend money for transportation. Authorizes the members oi directors of such dis tricts to purchase wagons, busses or other means of transportation and hire persons to operate them or make other arrangements necessary. Permits them to lease or build teacheragejj or homes for the accommodation of the teachers for the district. ACT NO. 1144. Approved March tilt. 1919, An Act to provide for a permanent school fund and for the sale of State lands. Provides that the proceeds de rived from the sale of State lands shall go Into the permanent school fund. Pro vides that all State lands shall be sold for not less than $2.SO an acre except tor lands forfeited for taxes may be sold for not less than $1.25 per acre. Provides the method of sale of sixteenth section lands. ACT NO. 350. Approved March 22. 1910. An Act to amend Section 5411 of Kir by's Digest, so as to provide for the sat isfaction by verfied but unrecorded power of attorney. Act provides that when any mortgage or deed of trust of personal property Iras been fully paid I the same shall be satisfied. Provides that satisfaction of personal property mortgages which are filed but not re corded may be satisfied by the recorder or other person when authorized by power of attorney, which power of at torney shall be filed with the satisfied mortgage or when the mortgage is withdiawn in lieu thereof. ACT AO. 3*1. Approved 'lurch 23* I ft t it. An Act making appropi tat ion for ex tension work in agricultural and home economics. Appropriates $158.14.45 lor extension work in agricultuie and home economics. ACT NO. 3*2. Approved March 23, l!)lt>. Amends Section 5042 of Kirby’s Digest I so* as to provide thut if the amount ap-| propriated by the Legislature lot pen- i sions is insufficient to pay the tylaims ■ in full then tliat it shall be prorated in just proportion, and if -there is an ex- : oess from the amount appropriated that such excess -hall be prorated among the perrcns allowed pensions. ACT NO. 3*3. Approved 'larch 23. 1010. An Act to appropriate money to pay ! pensions to ex-Confederate soldiers. Appropriates $2,225,000 to pay such pen sions. ACT NO. 3*4. Approved March 23. 1010. An Act making appropriation for the medical department of the University of Arkansas and also for the Branch Nor mal of such University. Appropriates $78,000 for the medical department and $50,000 for the Branch Normal. ACT NO. 3*3. Approved March 23, 1010. An Act to appropriate money to pay tlic interest on the permanent school fund. Appropriates $113,450 to pay such interest. ACT NO. 3*7. Approved March 23, 1010. Appropriates money out of the peni tentiary fund to pay improvement dis trict taxes for levies. Appropriates $7,500 for this purpose. ACT’ NO. 3*8. Approved 'lareh 20, 1010. Appropriates $2,000 to pay for filing cabinets, document flies and other fix tures in the State Treasurer's office. ACT NO. 380. Approved March 23, 1010. Appropriates $1 34,00(1 lor the mainte nance of tlie tuberculosis sanatorium. Appropriates $15,000 for the purpose of installing an electric light plant at such sanatorium and appropriates $11,730 for additional buildings 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 sanatorium, and $3,000 for fenc ing the sanatorium grounds. ACT NO. 301. Approved March 2(1, 1010. An Act to provide for the payment of a chairman of the Highway Commission reasonable compensation, fixes the sal ary of such chairman at $750 a year. ACT 1*0. 302. Approved .March 20. 1010. An Act to provide for the payment of mileage and pci diem of the General Assembly. Borrows from the commer cial feed stuff fund $25,000. from the fertilizer fund $20,000 and t he oil In spection fund $20,000. Directs the 9tato Treasurer to transfer all moneys in the State Capitol fund to the credit of the general revenue fund, and to transfer all moneys in the sand and grave! fund to the general revenue fund, and all moneys from the sale of hooks by the Secretary of State to the general rev enue fund. All of such money to he used to meet the provisions made in Acts Nos 101 and 155 lot the expenses of the General Assembly, and provides the bal ance may be used for other purposes | ACT NO. 303. Approved March 20. 1010. An Act to provide for revolving storm [ doors In the Slate Capitol building. Ap | propriates $750 out of the Stale Capitol 11 fund for the purpose of providing such I doors. 1' ACT NO. 301. I Approved March 20, 1010. ! An Act to provide for an addition to | the Hospital building of the Arkansas Confederate Home. Appropriales $10,000 1 for this purpose. ACT VO. 300. Approved March 20, 1010. ▲n Act to provide for the support and maintenance of the Arkansas School for the Bltnd. Appropriates $102,500 foi ihe support and maintenance of the Arkansas School for the blind. ACT NO. 367. Approved March 126, 1610. To provide for the maintenance ot the Stale Hospital for Nervous Dis eases. Appropriates $S36,140 for the maintenance of such institution. AC T NO. 308. Approved March 26, 1010. An Act to provide for the mainte nance of the Dear Mute Institute. Ap propriates $190,623.32 for such institu I lion. — ACT NO. 400. Approved March 26, 1010. An Act making provisions for the va rious departments of State government. ACT NO. 403. Approved March 27, 11)10. An Act to amend Section 1 of Act 175 of 1917. Permits railroad employes, traveling salesmen, student.-- in colleges or other poisons unavoidably absent from the County in which he resides on election day. to vote for township, county, district and S'.ale officials, members of the Ueigslaml e, members of Con glass. President end Vice Pres cient, at any voting precinct in the State ol Arkansas. Provides that any person engaged as a sailor or soldier of the United Slates may be p.-rmilled to vote.regardless of where lie may be fbeated on the day of election. ACT NO. 404. Approved March 27, 1910. An Act to provide for the partition of assessments in improvement dis tricts.. Provides that where the assess ments have been made in one body and the land is later divided the owner of any part of such property may apply to the Chancery Court for a partition of assessment of benefits against the same. ACT NO. 410. Approved March 27, 1010. An Act to amend Section 7 of an Act of 1917, regulating fraternal beneficiary assessments. Provides that any such society may admit any person not ovet 60 years of age and lhal any such society may issue certificates of sick, death, annuity, or other benefits to children between the ages of I and iS yeafts, and that when such a child reaches the age for personal applica tion. such certificate may bo exchanged for any other oertiffcate issued by the society’, free designation of the bene ficiary’ txjing left to the child. That the assessment collected on such certifi cate shall be based upon a standard of industrial table of immortality and 3% per cent per annum or a higher standard. ACT SO. 423. Approved March 27. 1010. An Act to prevent the mutilation of motor and serial numbers of automo biles, tires and gasoline engines. Makes it unlawful for any person to have in their possession any automobile, tire or gasoline engine, the motor or serial of which has been ^mutilated to the extent that it can not be read. Pro vides that where any such property has been stolen and later recovered, the courts have the authority to permit the rightful owner to use the same With such numbers so mutilated. ACT AO. 424. Approved March 27, 1(410. An Act to prevent injury pending lit igation to lands in which the State claims an interest. Provides that pend ing such litigation that the parties claiming adversely to the State or any other person shall not cut or remove from said land any trees, logs or tim ber. Provides that the court may per ' mit such cutting or taking of timber | 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. 1910. An Act to amend Act 215 of 1911. Pro vides that the County Court may ap point any number of persons to act as probation officers, and fix their com pensation. In any Counties containing cities of the first class the salary of such officers to be fixed by the court. Gives the County Court of the smaller counties power to decide whether or not probation officers are necessary. Pro vides that no court shall commit a fe male offender under the age of 18 years or a male offender under 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 distri 1 bution. shall be deposited In one or 1 more State banks in trust for the -sev i era! depositors. Provides that no pay ment to depositor shall be made unless claim is made within two years after j the Bank Commissioner takes over the assets of the hank. ACT NO. 440. Approved .March 27. 1919. An Act to repeal Section 3734 or Kir by's Digest and to amend Section 3742. Repeals Section .37 34 and amends Sec i tlon 3742 to provide that all committee clerks of the House of Representative* shall be stenographers and shall be un der the control of the Speaker of the House. Provides that -Hie House may, at its discretion, select not more than four stenographers. Such clerks to give all of their time to their work and work al times when the House is not In ses sion. Provides for clerks for the com mittees of the Senate and four stenog raphers for the Senate. Makes It un lawful for either the House or the Sen | ate to employ anyone else by resolution or otherwise. ACT AO. 4-14. Approved March 27, 1010. Provides that the use of the word trustee, agent, or as trustee in the con veyance of lands shalt nol be notice 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 conveyance by such grantee to any other person will vest title in such person .free from the trust. ACT NO. 44(1. Approved March 27, 1919. An Act to amend Section 1 of Act 150 of 1915. Provides that whenever 25 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 sucli election. Provides that the petition must oontain 25 per cent of the electors of each township. ACT NO. 147. Approved (lurch 27. 1010. An Act declaring certain gins to be public gins. Provides that all cotton gins, except those located on planta tions and ginning only cotton on the plantation, to be public gins. Provides that public gins shall gin cotton In the order in which it is brought to them. Provides the penalty for refusing to gin cotton of n fine of not less than $25 nor more than $50. ACT NO. 462. Approved March 2K, 1619. An Acl to authorize County Courts to .issue new bonds in lieu of the old ones in drainage districts, organized under Section 1114 to 1450 of Kirby's plgest. That where It Is to the best Interest of the distriot, the County Court, upon surrender of the old bonds, may issue new bonds. Provides that the bond: . hall not bear a greater rate of intcresi liian ti per pent. Provides Uiu* " 1“ ; lle'.'c is more than om- is jue of bond? outstanding: they may be ronsolidated In the new issue. ACT NO. 467. Approved March 28. 1010. An Act permitting' deferred payments C-. assessment of benellts in drainage districts. Provides tUat in drainage districts where the assessments of ben efits have been made, the property own er may pay such assessment in full within sixty days after the passage of this act, and If not paid within that time, such installments to bear 6 pel cent interest. ACT NO. 482. Approved March 28, 1019. An Act to provide for the support and maintenance of the Arkansas pen itentiary. Appropriates $592,600 for the support of the penitentiary. Pro vides that the clerks of the peniten tiary shall fclve bond in the sum of $1,000. Provides that each convict, dis charged, shall receive a civilian suit ol clothes and 5 cents per mile to the place of his conviction. Provides that the commissioners of the penitentiary may receive free transportation on railroads. Provides that the commis sioners of the penitentiary shall not be required to pay the expenses,of bring ing any person to the reform school. ACT NO. 489. Approved March 28, 1919. An Act Elating to coal mines. Act provides for an examining board to be appointed by the Governor to examine all fire bosses, hoisting engineers and mine foremen.in the State of Arkan sas. Provides that mine inspectors! must pass the examination as well as the men above mentioned. Provides that the present mine inspector may ob tain a certificate without examination, and provides that hoisting engineers, mine foremen or fire bosses, who have held such positions for five years prior to the passage of the act, may obtain certificates without an examination. Provides that coal mine operators can not employ men for the positions nam ed who do not hold such certificates. ACT NO. 488. Approved March 28, 1919. Provides that the basic language for instruction in schools shall be the Eng lish language. Provides that the basic language of instruction in all schools in the State, public or private, shall be the English language only. Pro vides a penalty of not exceeding $26 for the violation of the act. ACT NO. 493. Approved March 28. 1919. To provide for the introduction of certain evidence in suits against insur ance companies for claims of persons dying while in military service while in foreign lands. Provides that a cer tif-at from the Adjutant General of the. United'States, certifying the death of the injured, shall be competent evi dence :md shall be prima facie evidence of death. ACT NO. 494. Approved March 28, 1V19. An Act to establish a State farm for women. Kstablishing a State reform atory for women to be known as the Arkansas State Farm for Women. Place? the management of It under a board of nine directors to be appointed I— M,e Governor, at least five of whom st all bo women. Provides for the pur chase of 120 acres of land for such farm and for the erection of such buildings a. are necessary, and appropriates money for this purpose. ACT NO. 500. Approved Mureli 28, 1919. An Act to relieve licensed undertak ers and embalmers from jury service. Provides that such undertakers or em balmers may be excused from service on Juries by showing their license or registration card. ACT NO. 502. Approved March 28, 1919, An Act to amend Section 5253 of Kir by’s Digest. Provides for the licensing of osteopaths. Provides that the ap plicant shall be examined by a board and shall present evidence of having attended for not less than four years a reputable school of osteopathy. Pro vides that the examination may b« waived by the board for any person who has graduated from such school, or where the person has been licensed by other States of equal standard. Pro vides a fee of $20 for the examination. ACT NO. 504. Approved March 28, 1919, An Act to define and punish anarchy and prevent the spread of Bolshevism and kindred doctrines in the State of Arkansas. Makes it unlawful for any person to write, speak or publish any word, sentence or article with intent to encourage the infliction of any per sonal injury upon any person or the injury to public or private property or to disseminate propaganda which tends to destroy or over throw the present form of government. Prohibits the wearing or displaying of any symbol or token calculated to encourage per sonal injury or the destruction of property or to overthrow the present form of government. Provides a pen alty of not less than $10 or more than $1,000 for the violation of this act. ACT NO. 515. Approved March 28. 1919. An Act governing the reassessments of benefits in improvement districts Provides that where a district has Is sued bonds or incurred indebtedness, the total amount of assessed benefits shall never be reduced by reassess ments. ACT NO 529. Approved March 28. 1919. An Act to permit fraternal benefit so cieties to establish and maintain classes of membership. Provides that such societies may maintain separate ( lasses and that such class shall be se cured separately. ACT NO. 524. Approved March 28, 1919. An Act to cure defective acknowl edgments. Cures Irregularities in all acknowledgments conveying homestead and dower since 1887. ACT NO. 533. Approved March 28. 1919. \n Act to increase the minimum sale price of school lands and tux lands within the Arkansas and Ozark Nation al Forest, and lo provide for the sale to the United States government. Au thorizes the Commissioner of State Lands to negotiate with the Federal government for the sale of such lands within such forests for a sum not less than $2.50 an acre and nor less than Its appraised value. ACT NO. 5S». Approved March 28, 191ft. An Act to amend Section 44IM1 of Ktibv’s Digest. Amends such section so us to permit permit peremptory chal lenge for cause by opposing counsel when a juror is related to the attorney represent inti the othei; litigant within the fourth degree, either by consan guinity or affinity. ACT NO. 550. Approved March 28, 1010. An Act to authorize keepers of the penitentiary and reform schools to provide for dental treatment for con victs. Provides that the commission ers shall purchase necessary equip ment at a cost not to exceed $1,000. Makes It. the duly of the commission ers to sec that those convicts in need of dental treatment shall be brought to the walls and given the necessary treatment. Provides that the commis sioners may enter Into a contract with the dentist employed by the Stale Hos pital for Nervous Diseases and pay him a saiaiy for such work, not to exceed $d00 a year. ACT NO. 557. Approved March 28. 101 ft. An Act to prohibit the licensing of jitney and taxicab drivers in cities of I tin fiist class, under the age of 21 | years. Makes it unlawful for any per son undei the age of 21 years to op erate such jitney or taxicabs. Pro ntbtts the Issuing of license to any per-] son except upon satisfactory proof that he is above the age of 21 years, j Makes it unlawful for any person to hire any hoy under the age of 21 years to operate such jitney or taxicab. Pro vides a penalty of not less than $25 nor more than $100. ACT ISO. 571. Approved April 1, 1019. An Act to create the Arkansas Cor poration Commission. Establishes in the State of Arkansas a Corporation Commission to .-i^.pervise and have con trol of all public service corporations. Provides the method of procedure of said corporation; its power and juris diction in the matter of facilities, safe ty appliances, rates, etc. Gives such k commission general powers over all public service corporations operating in the State. ACT NO. 573. Approved April 1, 1919. An Act giving to school districts the right of eminent domain. Provides that after compensation has been fixed by a jury, the school district shall, within 60 days, pay the owner of such property the amount fixed, and that the court will enter an order of condemna tion. Either party may have the right of appeal. ACT NO. 574. Approved April 1, 1919. An Act to amend Section 3 of Act 458 of 1917. Provides for a State De pository Board. Provides that in lieu of bond signed by a surety com pany, the depository may pledge bonds of the United States or of any legally organized school, levee, drainage or im provement district of the State of Ar kansas, whose legality has been passed upon by the Attorney General. Pro vides that said bonds shall not be ac cepted for more than 90 per cent of their face value, and provides that such bonds may be withdrawn from time to time and other bonds substituted there for. ACT MO. 60S. Approved April 1, 1019. An Act to require health certificates for school teachers. Provides that al' school teachers shall obtain a certifi cate of health from a regular licensed physician, showing- that such teacher is free from tuberculosis, said certificate to be presented to the secretary of the school board before a contract can be made between said teacher and the board. ACT NO. 6.16. Approved April .1, 1919. An Act requiring railroads to furnish cars equipped with grain-tight doors for the shipment of grain. Requires all railroad companies or persons op erating railroads to furnish cars equip ped with grain-tight doors for tno shipment of grain in bulk. Provides that failure on the part of the com pany to furnish cars so equipped shall make them liable for all grain lost in transit. ACT NO. 652. Approved April 5, 1019. An Act to regulate the organizing and admission of mutual insurance companies, other than life. Provides the method of organization and the re quirements for admission of such com panies, and prescribes regulation of stich companies. ACT NO. 661. Approved April It, 1910. An Act to enable the County Court to coirect all defects in the organisation of improvement districts. Provides that ten residents of such district may file with the County Court a petition showing the alleged irregularities sought to be corrected, and such court shall cause a notice of the filing of the petition to be published for three weeks, and all property owners shall l ave the right to be beard. Gives the • lunty Court the authority, upon the hearing, to correct any mistake or er ror in the formation or organization of the district. Provides that such or ders shall be final and conclusive, but th^t any party Interested may have the right of appeal. ACT NO. 664. Approved April 3, 1010. An Act to establish a central exper iment station farm In Central Arkan sas. Provides for the establishment of such farm, to be known as the central branch station of the main Agricultural ■Flxperiment Station or the University of Arkansas.- Provides tfiat the work shall be under the control of the main experiment statlofl at Fayetteville and that the scope of work shall he in the several branches of agriculture, live stock, etc. Directs the purchase of not less thaji 3ii0 acres of land apd an op tion on the 610 acres adjoining. Pro vides for the erection of necessary buildings. Appropriates $50,000 for the purpose of the act. ACT NO. 667. Approved April 3, 1010. Grants to cities and towns the right of eminent domain for the purpose of securing property for burial purposes. ACT NO. 6S3. Approved April 3, 1010. An Act to punish misrepresentation and deception in the sale of fruit, shade or ornamental trees, vines, shrubs, plants, etc. Provides that all nursery men dealing in such trees shall obtain a license from the chief inspeclor of the Arkansas Plant Board, and shall give a bond in the sum of $1,000. Pro vides for all persons engaged in the selling or soliciting orders for such trees to obtain a license, the license to be $5 a year. Provides a penalty of not less than $"10 nor more than $200 for selling such trees or plants with out a license. Provides that tn case of sale a duplicate Invoice must be filed with the chief inspector within thirty days. Provides that any person mak ing false and fraudulent representation to the purchaser of such trees shall be fined In any sum of not less than $50 nor more than $500. ac:t no. ese. Approved April s. 1910. An Act to amend Section 225 of the Acts of 1905 relating to the operation of coal mines. Provides that all slopeH, drifts or shafts used for hoisting coal shall be made the intake of air Into the mines. Provides that all air going into the mine shall be so split thal not more than 50 employees shall be work ing on each split of air and that there shall not be less than 200 cubic feet of air pass each face per minute. Pro vides for the testing of such air by the State Mine Inspector. ACT NO. 087. Approved April S, 1919. An Act to amend Section 2 of Act 313 of 1907; being an act to permit foreign corporations to do bpslmlss in this State. Amends such section so as to provide that the complying with the law, by such foreign corporation after the date of any contract made by It. shall in no way validate the contract. ACT NO. 688, Approved April 5. 1919. An Act to amend Section 1578 of Kirby's Digest. Amends such section so as to provide that fencing districts may be organized on petition of the majority of land owners, instead of two-thirds, and also gives the County Court the right to change the bounda ries of such districts. ACT NO. 693. Approved April 5. 1919. An Act to provide for the support of the Department of State Lands. Ap propriates $1,099,855 for the Depart ment of State Lands, Highways and Improvements. Sale Bills If you intend to have a sale get our prices <*•* + * * + + * ♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ PROFESSIONAL* ♦+* ♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦W. PHYSICIANS DRS, MEEK & HARDING—Dr. R. L. Meek, C. A. Harding; General Practice, Medicine and Surgery. Of fice in Sanderson Bldg. Phones: Office 92, residence 92. Ashdown. J. W. RINGGOLD, M. D. Res pectfully tenders his Professional services to the people of Ashdown, Ashdown, Arkansas. DR. P. H. PHILLIPS, Physician and Surgeon. Office in Lott Build ing; phonos, office 169-2 rings, resi dence 169-3 rings. Ashdown, Ark. AFTER 82 YEARS PRACTICE, I find it cheaper and more satisfac tory to my patrons to furnish my own medicine in my practice.—Dr. A. B. Bishop, Ashdown, phone 86. G P A. FORDE, M. D. Ashdown, Arkansas. Only Colored Physician in Little River County. Phones: Office 96, Residence 184. DENTISTS DR. C, E. MAY, Dentist. Office in Sanderson Building, Ashdown, Arkansas. OPTOMETRIST ^ W. A. J. MILLS. Optometrist. Will be in Ashdown. Ark., on 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month. Up stairs in Sandeisjn Bldg.—W.A.J. MUis, Optometrist. Hope, Ark. ABSTRACTS IS YOUR TITLE 0001)1 The only way to find out is to have an abstract made. We have the oldest and most complete set of records in the county. Why should we not give the best service.—Ifc Iver Abstract A I usiiranee Co., Office in Sanderson building, Ashdown. Ark. ATTORNEYS JUNE R. MORRELL, Attorney at Law, Ashdown, Little River Coun ty, Arkansas. A. D. RuLANEY, Lawyer. Office in Sanderson Building, Ashdown, Ark ansas. NOTARY PUBLICS LON T. JONES, Notary Public Office: Yeager & Jones, Ashdown Arkansas. D. H. TOMPKINS, Notary Public office in First National Bank Bldg Ashdown. Ark. R. E. HUDDLESTON, - Notary Public. Office in First National Bank, Ashdown, Aik. MISCELLANEOUS PLUMBING. I would like to figure | on construction work. Repair work promptly done.—Jl:n Maloney, Ash down, Ark., Phone 197. AMERICAN SHOES & HAR NESS HOSPITAL—Shoes and harness repaired right. All modern machinery.—Mose Attaway, Prop., Ashdown, Arkansas. REPAIRING. We are fully prepared to do first class auto repairing and overhauling at reasonable prices. Accessories sold at reasonable prices. Call and see us —Paul Kersten and Sons. St .1. B. MEDLEY, Electrician, ho us > wiring and motors and fans my specialty. I served as master elec trician 2 years for Uncle Sam an l ( have carried a union card for 11 years. I am at your service.—J. M. Medley, Phone 224. ASHDOWN LODGE NO. fi81 P. * A. M. Meets 2nd and 4th .. Wednes day night’s In Each Month. R. E. Huddles. ton, Sec’y. A. J. RASKINS, W. M. The Wants jf the community are told In the want column of the rattle River News. Three lines one time, 15 cents. Seven words make a line. -o Billiousness Is a condition thr.t breeds disease in the vital organs an 1 ought to be i corrected) promptly. Krlckly Ash Bitters Is a man’s remedy. It vitalizes the blood, drives out Im purities in the bowels, makes you feel bright, strong and hearty. Price |1.' 5 per bottle Model Drug Store sped l agents. ad!