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1SS7. Aproved April 18, 1893.
out the proviso recjulrin^ petltlou- irs to pay the expense of roads not extend- •g from one highway to another. CHAPTER 184—S. F. 84. ACT to amend section twelve of chap ter one hundred and forty-five, general laws of 1S85, relating to incorporation of Yilla&es. Approved Marijh 16, 1893. JProvidos that unplatted property within »Tillage incorporated limits may be detached by a vote of the qualiljed electors at any •lection callcd therefor. CHAPTER 1S5—S. F. 310. iå.N ACT to amend section thirty of chapter one hundred and forty-fivo, general laws of 1S85, relating to powers of village councils. Approved March 30, 1S93. Authorizes villages incorporated under act Of 1885 to construct sewe/s. CHAPTER 186—H. F. 238. AN ACT to amend an act to provide for the incorporation of villages, and to define their duties and powers, and to repeal certain laws In relation thereto, being chapter one hundred and forty-five of lie general laws of 1885, Approved March 2, 1893. Relating to proceedings for reincorpora tion after voting for a dlss&lution of the charter under the law of 18il5, CHAPTER 187—S. F. 481. 'AN ACT to amend chapter one hundred and forty-tive of the general laws of 1885, entitled an act to provide for the In korporation of villages and to defitie their duties and powers, and to repeal certain laws in relation thereto. Approved March 22. 8i)3. Provides that all villages Incorporated by special acts of the legislature previous to the general act of 1885, shall have the power to vote, on the issue of license for the sale of intoxicating liquors jn accordance with the provisions of section forty-eight cf chapter one hundred and forty-five of the general laws of 1SS5 incorporating Tillages. CHAPTER 188—H. F. 09. !AN ACT to amend an act to provide for the incorporation of v/llages and to define their duties and powers, nnd to repeal certain laws in relation thereto. Ap proved April 18. 1893. Provides that all the expenses of Incorpo ration under this act shall be paid by the Tillag*. CHAPTER 189—S. F. 60. !AN ACT to amend section three of chapter five of the general laws of 1887, entitled an act regulating the amount of license for the sale of intoxicating liquors. Ap proved March 11, 1893. Provides for the refunding of tho un expired portion of a license when the voters of any incorporated village, borough or city have voted against issuing license tin der the local option law. CHAPTER 190—H. F. 161. 'AN ACT to amend an act relating to vil lages over 3.000 inhabitants, and provid ing for municipal courts therein, being chapter one hundred and forty-six of the general laws of 1891. Approved April 1, iso::. Makes additioual provisions relating to assessments, provides in case of annexation of villages and there nre two municipal courts in the consolidated village that both may bo continued. Also tn claims of dam ages for personal Injuries that notice shall he served upon the authorities within thirty days thereafter. Also in case of annexation to'another village or city, who are to be the officers, and relating to the payment of assessments. AN ACT legalizing and confirming Tillage ordinances and contracts in certain oaflfcs. Approved March 1. 1803. Legalizing, ratifying and confirming the action of village councils in contracting for, erectiiiK and maintaining water works or electric light plants. AN ACT to legalize Subscriptions and con tributions by villages for tho encourage ment of agricultural fail's, or for educa tioilal purposes. Approved March 14. 1893. A curative act explajnfld by the title.' CHAPTER 1H3—JI. F. 778. AN ACT to authorize the council of village* .'and cities of less than two thousand In habitants to file a corrected plat. Ap prove! 1 March 14. 1893. Authorizes the tiling of corrected plats !|vhere the presort plats Tiro incorrect. CHAPTER 194--H. F. 122. AN ACT relating to the Jssue of license for the sale of Intoxicating limiors and afford relief to licenses in certain cases. Approved April 1, 1893. Provides for a refunding of license Issued twenty days after a villcige election and •gain on the first of Jondary, making for part of the year a double payment. CHAPTER 195— H. F. 320. AN ACT to authorize the village counollr of the villages of the state of Minnesota to donate part or all of the moneys re ceived by such villages for licenses grant ed to persons to sell, vend or deal in in- Joxlcating liquors in said villages. Ap proved March 27, 1893. The legal voters of a "village by a three fourths vote may direct the village council to donate part or all lieense money to building or repairing school houses, or pro i #nv educational purpose. tiding u library, school apparatus or tor CHAPTER 19t—S. F. 498. AN ACT to provide for water works op lights in all villages in the state operating under special or general laws of this state. Approved March 30,1893. Provides that all villages may voto upota the purchase, lease or building of water works aud electric Jjgbt plauts. CHAPTER 197—S. F. 130. AN ACT to increase the number of Justices of the peace in* incorporated villages. Ap pro veil March 9. 1893. Provides for the election of two JustlCM Of the peace in all villages. CHAPTER 19S S. F. 500. AN ACT providing for the election of street comndssioneis in villages, boroughs and towns- in the state Incorporated under special acts of tho legislature. Approved April 20, 1893. CHAPTER 199 TI. F. 414. AN ACT to allow villages to separate them selves froui the township government of the towns in which they are located. Ap proved April 1, 1893. Provides that a village may at any ah filial or special election vote to make the grillage a separate election and assessment district and provides that when so sepa rated the towus may lawfully hold their town meetings and elections within the Tillage. CHAPTER 200—IT. F. 351. AN ACT to provide for the bonding of villages. Approved April 10, 1893. Provides that bonds may be issued for «ny lawful improvement upon a resolu tion of the council authorizing the same to be voted for, at an aunual or special election, but limited not to exceed ten per cent of the valuation of the taxable prop erty. CHAPTER 201—H. F. 151. AN ACT to legalize special assessments heretofore made by cities and villages upon private property, to pay for local improvements. Approved March 18, 1S93. A curative act explained by the title. CHAPTER~l202—H. F. 002. AN ACT to legalize the acts of vMlage councils in grantiug franchises to tele phone companies. Approved April 18» CHAPTER 203—H. F. 773. AN ACT to authorize cities in the state of Minnesota to reimburse any person or persons who have advanced moneys to such cities to pay for and be used in maklug publlo improvements. Approved April 11, 1893. Makes provision for the payment of money advanced for the payment of improve ments under an agreement to refund the came uuon authority beiug obtained from tho legislature. CHAPTER 204—II. F. 48. J|^N ACT t.o grant additional powers to tho cities of the state of .Minnesota and to empower such cities to issue bonds for certain purposes. Approved April' 12, 1893. Gives authority to all cities of the state to issue bonds for permanent improvements, for improving any street, alley, park or other public ground within the corporate limits also for the construction of bridges and for water and light and for a general 5fuud to meet aud defray all contingent, ex penses arising out of municipal matters And the payment of outstanding debts and ponds to become due. Not to be issued, however, in excess of five per cent of the assessed valuation except the bonds issued for refunding or payment of other bonds previously issued shall not be considered to be included in this limit. A three-fourths vote of the council can authorize the issue of such bonds on the failure to pass by thiB vote the qucstiou may be submitted to the voters of the city at a general or snpclal olectlon nnd adopted by a two thirds vote. In the purchase of water works yielding revenue to pnv Interest on all the bonds the limit of five per cent issue may be suspended as to those bonds. Also provides for an additional Issue of bonds for the same purposes to an addi tional live per cent upon a two-thirds vote of the legal voters therefor at a general or special election: but In no case shall the bonded Indebtedness of any city exceed ten per cent of the taxable valuation. The acceptance of tbla act must be by ordinance duly passed by a three-fourths vote of the council, said acceptance to be filed In the rflice of the secretary of stnte. After such all previous,laws In conflict therewith Shall become inoperative. CHAPTER 205—S. F. 353. AN ACT to authorize municipal corpora jv tlons to aid in the construction of canals K and improved water ways. Approved MS April 8. 1893. gte''.'-..Provides that any county, town incor porated city or village may vote bonds in aid of improved canals or other water ways. but not in excess of a total Indebtedness equal to five per cent of the taxable value CHAPTER 200—H. F. 236. AN ACT to authorize reassessments for local improvements by cities, and to legal ize certain of such assessments. Ap proved March 29, 1S93. Provides that where an assessment has been made for any Improvement already undertaken and afterwards set aside* by judicial decree, a reassessment may be tnade to the extent of the benefits actually «accruing to tho property benefited thereby. CHAPTER 207—S. J\ 54. AN ACT to limit the time within which vacation of streets and alleys In cities may be called in question. Approved March 1G( 1893. Suits must be commenced within five years after the vacation is ordered. AN ACT to grant additional powers to the cities of the state of Minnesota, and to empower such cities to issue their bonds for certain purposes therein mentioned. Approved March 29, 1893. Authorizing the voting and issuing of bonds by all cities organized or to be organ ized within the state to issue water and light bonds, for constructing, erectiug, lm' proving or purchasing water or gas works or electric light plants. CHAPTER 2Ö9-H. F. 648. AN ACT to provide for the completion of unfinished business of cities and villages annexed to other cities. Approved March 24. 1S93. Provides that the consolidated city shall have full power and authority to complete the unfinished business of the city or vil lage rio annexed. CHAPTER 210—S. F. 317. AN ACT to authorize the construction of tunnels by cities in certain cases. Ap proved March 22. 1S93. where incorporated cities are divided by rivers and bridges may interfere with navi gation. a tunnel may be constructed If authorized by the city council, for general and railway traffic, three-fourths of the ex pense to be paid by property benefited, and the remainder from a general fund and the right to collect tolls from railway traffic until the first cost of the tuunel Is provided for. AN ACT to authorize cities to make cer tain local improvements and assess the cost thereof on nbuttlng property. Ap proved February 13. 1893. Authorizes the levy of assessments for local Improvements upon the property fronting upon such improvements without regard to cash valuation. Such assessments may be made for paving curbing, graveling, macadamizing and planking any street, lane, alley or highway. Designates the manner of assessment for such Improve ments, and the proceedings to final com pletion of the work and payment therefor. CHAPTER 212—H. F. 489. AN ACT to authorize cities to complete or effectuate vacation proceedings in certain oases. Approved March 14, 1893. Provides that where vacation proceed ings have been regular and the money paid for the land vacated, but no order of vaca tion has been passed by the council, the council may again consider the same upon the old or a new petition and notice, with out requiring a new payment of money. CHAPTER 213—n. F. 884. AN ACT to provide for the restoration of lost or destroyed plats of towns or cities, of additions thereto or subdivisions there of. and to give effect to the same as evi dence. Approved April 5, 1893. Authorizes the filing of rt duplicate plat if in existence and proof by surveyor, or one of the original proprietors. Where no copy exists a now survey may be made ana plat filed. CHAPTER 214—S. F. 558. AN ACT in relation to the construction of sidewalks. Approved April 11,1808. Provides that sidewalks In any city may be repaired or reconstructed with material of the same or different kinds, without any petition therefor from any of the owners of real estate fronting on the street or avenue. CHAPTER 215—S. F. 574. AN ACT to authorize cities to sell any property owned and used by the dty för market purposes. Approved April 17, 1S93. lot ended to provide for the selling of the St. Paul market house. CHAPTER 216—H. F. 839. AN ACT to amend section tliirty-seTen of chapter nineteen of the general statutes of 1878, relating to restraining beasts doing damage. Approved April 8, 1893. Hri'ngs tho seventh and eighth wards of the city pt St. I'aui under the law making the owners of beasts doing damage llablo therefor without regard to the sufficiency of the fences. CHAPTER 217—S. F. 52. AN ACT to provide for the display of the resources of the state of Minensota at the world's Columbian exposition to au thorize the payment of certain sums to Individuals and corporations who have heretofore advanced money in aid of said juirpose, and to appropriate money there for. Approved February 17, 1803. Appropriating $100,000. CHAPTER 218—H. F. 204. AN ACT to provide for county teachers' training schools and to repeal the four teenth subdivision of section three of chapter one hundred and sixtv-tliree of the general laws of 189L Approved April 17. 1893. The training schools to be organized by the superintendent of public instruction and appropriating $20,000 for their support. Re pealing the annual appropriation of $5,000 made in 1891. CHAPTER 219— S. F. 234. AN ACT appropriating money to defray ex penses in carrying out the provisions of chapter one bun lred and lifty-one of gen eral laws of 1891, relating to tho distri bution of the history of Minnesota troops in the civil war. Approved April 0, 1893. Makes an appropriation of $1,200 for postage and freightage on the second vol ume of the war history. CHAPTER 220—S. F. 70. AN ACT lo legalize the action of the hoard of managers of Minnesota state reform atory in expending and paying out certain sums of money as interest). Approved March 31, 1893. Authorizes tho state auditor to pay the sum of $2,800.99 for interest on money ad vanced for the construction of certain cells aud other improvements deemed necessary to be made in advance of the payment of the appropriation. CHAPTER 221—S. F. 182. AN ACT to appropriate moneys for the purpose of opening of closed water courses leading into the Red river and Its tribu taries, and for opening existing streams in the Red river valley in the counties of Wilkin, Clay, Norman, Polk, Marshall, Kittson, Grant and Traverse in this state. CHAPTER 222—S. F. 548. AN ACT to amend chapter one hundred and sixty-three of the general laws of 1891, relating to an appropriation for the stjite^prlson at Stillwater. Approved April Authorlr.es the appropriation for manu facture of tubs and palls to be used for the manufacture of binding twine. CHAPTER 223—IT. F. 195. AN ACT to amend section two of chapter one hundred and sixty-three of the gen eral laws of 1891, relating to the appro priation of money for the support of the state government. Approved March 22 1S93. Increases the appropriation for capitol repairs'from $3,000 to $5,000 to provide for expenses Incident lo the repair and fur nishing of the legislative lialls for the present session. CHAPTER 224—H. F. 864. AN ACT to provide for the defense of the persons herein named in certain actions, and to appropriate money therefor. Ap proved April 1. 1893 Appropriates $',0,000 for the defense of the members of the legislature nnd officers In the suits Instituted and growing out of the coal combine Investigation. CHAPTER 225—H. F. 420. AN ACT to appropriate money for seed grain loans to farmers In the state whose crops were destroyed by hail or storms last year. Approved March 9, 1893. Appropriates $75.000 to be loaned to fanners who have lost their crops during the past year, and providing for a repay ment of the same by a special tax upon the lands of the farmers so receiving aid to be paid in three Instalments In 1894, 1895 and 1890. CHAPTER 226—FT. F. 8S0. AN ACT to amend the foregoing act, ex tending tho time of application for loans, and also the time of distribution. Ap proved April 10, 1893. Makes it the duty of the county auditor to keep the accounts of the loan and pro vides a penalty for neglect of any duty Imposed upon any officer by the law. CHAPTER 227—S. F. 141. AN ACT to authorize the name of Peter Quinn to be inscribed on the monument erected in the year 1873 by the state of Minnesota at Fort Ridgely. to the mem ory of Capt. John F. Marsh and twenty four of the men of his company, aud ap nriating $50 for that purpose. Approved February 3, 1893. Peter Quinn was a United States Inter preter and was killed at the same time in the discharge of his duty as a government Interpreter. CHAPTER 228—H. F. 168. AN ACT to provide for locating and mark ing the position of Minnesota troops in the battles of Chlcainauga and Chatta nooga, and the erection of monuments on the said battle fields and to appropriate ^money therefor. Approved April 10. 1893. Appropriates $15,000 for the erection of monuments and the exnense of a commis sion named to locate the same. The com missioners, however, to receive only rea sonable traveling expenses for their ser vices. CHAPTER 220—H. F. 560. AN ACT to apnropriate money towards a soldiers' monument to be eredted In Lake tirood cejnet#ry, on the Grand.Army burial lot, In Hennepin oou»ty. Approved April 11. 1893. Appropriates $5,000 toward» the construc tion of the same. AN ACT to commemorate the battle of Camp ltelease In Lac Qui Pari® county, and appropriate money to erect a monu ment for that purpose. Approved April 11. 1S03. Appropriates the sum of $2,500 for the erection of a monument upon the historic site, anil appoints General C. C. Andrews and W. H. Grant of St. Paul, H. E. Hoard of Montevideo, A. H. Reed of Gleueoe and \V. M. Mills of T-ac Qui Parle, a committee to carry out the intent of the law. CHAPTER 231—H. F. 579. AN ACT appropriating money to purchase the battle flold of itlrch Coolie and the erection of a suitable monument thereon. Approved April 17. 181)3. Appropriates $2,f00 for this purpose, and appoints Charles D. Gilflllan of Redwood county, Dr. Stoddard, R. B. Henton and •Terry Patton of Renville county, .7. W. Daniels of Rice county. Samuel C. Arbuckle and W. H. Grant of Ramsey county com missioners to carry out the Intent of the law. CHAPTER 232—H. F. 482. AN ACT to appropriate money for the pub lication of the state treasurer's report for 1S92 in newspapers. Approved April 1, 1S!)3. Appropriating $2,049 for the publication In four newspapers. CHAPTER 283—H. F. 73. AN ACT to appropriate money to supply de ficiency in standing contingent for gov ernor's office. Approved January 18, 1803. Appropriating $3,000 for deficiency and making the same immediately available. CHAPTER 234—S. F. 296. AN ACT to appropriate money for bulldlnrs and improvements at the Third Minnesota hospital for the Insane. Approved March 10. 18113. Appropriates $38,500 for the completion of buildings. Available May 1, 1893. CHAPTER 23C-S. F. 29. AN ACT to appropriate money for the ex- tenses of the present session of the legls Approved Jan. 12, 1893. Appropriates $l."i0,000 therefor. CHAPTER 23G-S. F. 233. AN ACT to appropriate money t® select bwamp lands for state institutions and to inako examinations and resurveys of swamp lands that are in controversy. Ap proved April 18, 1S93. Appropriating $10,000 for examination of lands for the several state Institutions. Also $5,000 for examination of swamp lands In the Duluth district on which patents are (withheld. CHAPTER 237—iH. F. 181. AN ACT for the relief of Mrs. Margaret Vogel of Stearns county and to appropri ate money therefor. Approved April 18, 1893. An insane female prisoner being mangled by machinery at tne St. Peter hosplt&k Appropriating $1,500. CHAPTER 238—H. F. 260. AN ACT for the relief of G. W. Hlllman and to appropriate money therefor. Ap proved April IS, 1S93. Appropriates $5,000 for lnjarles received serving In national guard. CHAPTER 239—H. F. 357. AN ACT to appropriate money for additional clerk hire In the office of the state treas urer. Approved April 17, 1893. Appropriates $900 for additional clerk hire. CHATTER 240—S. F. 414. AN ACT for the relief of Jeremiah SulllTan of Washington county. Approved April 21, 1893. Appropriates $1,000 for Injuries received at state prison. CHAPTER 241—H. P. 002. AN ACT to appropriate money for the general ex penses of the stuto government for the support of state institutions, and for certain other pur poses named therein. Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Minnesota: Section 1. Miscellaneous Appropriations—1304. That the following sums of money, or so much thereof as may be neecessury, are hereby appropri ated out of any moneys in the state treasury, not otherwise appropriated, belonging to the general revenue fund, for the payment o£ certain expenses of the state government for the fiscal year end ing July thirty-tirst, eighteen hundred and ninety four. First—For the printing and binding as may be provided by contract for tho five classes of print ing, for the several departments and officers. $30,000 Second—For the purchase of paper for public printing, nud »for the purchase of stationery for the several state officers $S,000 Third—For expenses examining, appraising and selling state lands, estimating and scaling pinQ timber and detecting trespass on state lands, $7,500 Fourth—For the payment of costs In suits insti tuted by the attorney general In behalf of ttt© state $ö00 Fifth—For the payment of expenses of requisi tion of fugitives from justice $1,000 Sixth—For payment of mlleago of county treas urers, express and exchange charges In remitting Btate funds, bonds anil coupons and disbursing charges of state agents $1,500 Seventh—For fuel and lights, water, ice, etc., for the state capitol $4,000 Eighth—For expenses and per diem of the Btate board of equalization $1,800 Ninth—For payment of rewardB for arrests and oonvletions of horse thieves S5 UOO Tenth—For expenses of sheriffs conveying con victs to the state prison........... _. .$5,500 Eleventh—For fees ol' registers ami reeei.».- -n the United States land ollices In making abstracts of final entries of public lands for taxation as pro vided by section one hundred and eighteen of the general tax law $500 Twelfth—For payment of claims of persons who havo complied with the act of eighteen hundred and seventy-three providing for a bounty for plant ing trees $-00 Thirteenth—For repairs and furnishing capitol^ Fourteenth—For rent of telephone instruments at the capitol $100 Fifteenth—For tho payment of fees of referees of district courts, as provided by chapter fifty-live of the general laws of eighteen hundred and eighty-live $2,000 Sixteenth—For additional salary for clerk in auditor's ofHce, three hundred dollars for 1803 and annually thereafter $300 Sec. 2. Miscellaneous Appropriations—1S05. That the following sums of money or so much thereof as may be neccesBary. are hereby appropri ated out of any moneys in the state treasury not otherwise' appropriated, belonging to the general revenue fund, for the payment of certain general expenses of the stnte government) for tho llscal year ending July thirty-first, eighteen hundred and nlnety-tive. First—For printing nnd binding, as may bo pro vided by contract for the flvo classes of printing, and for advertising for the several state depart ments and officers $45,000 Second-For the purchase of paper for public printing, and for the purchase of stationery for the several state officers $15,000 Third- For expenses of examining^ appraising ami Belling state lands, estimating and scaling timber niul detecting trespass on state lands, $7,500 Fourth—Kor the payment of costs in suits insti tuted by the attorney general in behalf of ttie st'i e $500 Fifth—Kor tho expenses of requisitions of fugi tives from justice $1,000 Sixth—iFor the payment af mileage of county treas urers, express and exchange charges in remitting state funds, bonds and coupons, and disbursing charges of state agents $1,500 Seventh—For fuel nud lights, water, Ice, etc., for the state capitol $4,000 Eight—For expenses and per diem of the state bonrd of equalization $1,800 Ninth—For the payment of awards for arrests and convictions of horse thieves $5,000 Tenth—For fees of registers and receivers of United States land offices in making abstracts of final entries of public lands for taxation, as pro vided by sii'tiiui one hundred and eighteen of the general tax law $500 Eleventh—For the payment of claims of persons who have complied wltli the act of eighteen hun dred and seventy-three, providing for a bounty for planting trees $200 Twelfth—For repairs and furnishing capitol, $ i,ooo Thirteenth—For rent of telephone instruments at the capitol $100 Fourteenth—For the payment of fees of referees of district courts, as provided by chapter fifty-five of the geucral laws of eighteen hundred and eighty-five $2,000 Fifteenth—For payment of extra help to care for ventilating system and electric light dynamos dur ing the legislative session of eighteen hundred and ninety-live $020 Sixteenth—For expenses of sheriffs in conveying convicts to the state prison $5,500 Sec. 3. Miscellaneous Appropriations—Salaries of Judges, etc. That the following sums of money, or so much thereof as may lie necessary, be and the same are hereby appropriated out of any moneys In the state treasury belonging to the general revenue fund, or that may hereafter be received to the credit of said fund. First—For additional salary for t.he marshal of the Bupretne court for the fiscal year ending July thirty-tirst, eighteen hundred nnd ninety-three, and annually t.herea iter $200 Second—For repaiUng and putting In fixtures in the state auditor's vault $2,000 Third—For publishing the general laws of the present session of the legislature la the newspa pers $30.000 Fourth—For Indexing the laws of the year eighteen hundred and ninety-three $200 Fifth—For the payment of publishing synopsis of constitutional amendments of the year eighteen hundred and ninety-four $1,020 Sixth—For a deficiency in the salaries of the Judges of supreme and district courts for the fiscal years ending July thirty-tirst, eighteen hundred and ninety-two, and July thirty-llrst, eighteen hundred and ninety-three $50,000 Seventh—-For a deficiency In the attorney gener al's contingent fund, for the fiscal year ending July thirty-first, eighteen hundred and ninety three $500 Eighth—For the purchase of "Minnesota Re ports" for the llscal year ending July thirty-first, eighteen hundred and ulnetly-four, anil July thirty first, eighteen hundred and ninety-five $G.S00 Sec. 4. Appropriations for Miscellaneous Pur poses for State Institutions. There Is hereby appropriated from any funds in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated, the following sums for miscellaneous purposes for the Institutions named: First—Deficiency, appropriation for the state nor mal school at St. Cloud. For deficiency in completing, heatinx and fur nishing the south wing of a normal school build ing $10,000 Second—For repairing the main building, two thousand dollars, to be available for the fiscal year ending July thirty-first, eighteen hundred nnd ninety-three $2,000 Third—For the stnte university. For building sidewalks, grading and embellish ing the grounds around the university buildings, ten thousand eight hundred dollars, to le availa ble for tho fiscal year ending July thirty-first, eighteen hundred and ninety-four $10,S00 Fourth—For the St. Peter hospital for insane. For electric and mechanical Instruments. .$1,600. Fifth—F» the Boc&etor hoasltal for lngant. tie purchase of electrical and mechanl lnstruments $1,500 (b) For tho purchase of land $4,000 Sixth—For the Fergus Falls hospital for Insane. (a) For furnishing chapel and gymnasium.$2,000 (b) For artesian well $3,000 For purchasing electrical and mechanical in strument $1, BOO Seventh—For the Minnesota soldiers' home. (a) For purchasing additional land in Lakewood cemetery, llcnnepiu county $2,000 (b) For the reimbursement of Kllroe Brothers for extra -work and material for the hospital at the state soldiers' home said amount to be ac cepted by said Kilroo Brothel's as payment in full of said claim $2,000 Eighth—For the school for the deaf. For gymnasium apparatus and library—. .$1,000 Ninth—For the school for the blind. For the purchase of musical instruments and school apparatus $1,400 Tenth—For the Minnesota Institute for defectives. For the purchase of additional land and im provements, twelve thousand dollars, to be availa ble for the fiscal year ending July thirty-first, eighteen hundred and ninety-live $12,000 Eleventh—For the school for the feeble-minded. For furnishing lie new custodial building. $3,500 Twelfth—For tho state public school. (a) For the state agency for the fiscal year end ing July thirty-tirst, eighteen hundred and ninety four *3,000 (b) For the state agency foe the fiscal year end ing July thirty-first, eighteen hundred and ninety five $3,000 Thirteenth—For the state reformatory. (a» For establishing diversified labor for the In mates $11,500 (b) For the purchase of a library .$1,000 (c) For the purchase of live stock and t'unn machinery $1,000 Provided, thnt the appropriation of eight thou sand dollars for an addtlonnl story for the north detached ward of the St. Peter hospital for In sane authorized in sectloa nine of chapter one hundred and sixty-three of the general laws of eighteen hundred and ninety one is hereby ex tended and continued In force, and the trustees are hereby authorized to expend the said sum for the purixjse of putting an additional story upon the laiuidry building at said hospital, or for a separate building or addition, for the dormitory room for patients or employes, as may by said board of trustees bo deemed'best. Sec. 5. Appropriations for liulldinga, Improve ments, etc., for State Institutions. There is hereby appropriated from any funds In the state treasury not otherwise appropriated, the following suras for the erection of new build ings and other purposes for the Institutions named: First—For tho state university. For erecting a library and assembly hall, $175,000 Of the foregoing appropriation one hundred thousand dollars shall bo available August first, eighteen hundred and ninety-three, and seventy five thousand dollars shall be available April first, eighteen hundred and ninety-tour. Second—For the agricultural school. For erecting a workshop, military drill hall gymnasium and class rooms $30,000 To be available for the fiscal year ending July thirty-first, eighteen hundred and ninety-tlve. Third—For the state normal BChool at Mankato. For enlarging, improving and furnishing the building and for building sidewalks and gutters about the grounds $50,000 To be available for the fiscal year ending July thirty-first, eighteen hundred and ninety-four. Fourth—For the strte normal school at Moorhead. For erecting a "home" at said school... .$25,000 To be available for the fiscal year ending July thirty-first, eighteen hundred and ninety-lour. Fifth—For the state normal school at Winona. For additional buildings $40.000 To lie available for the fiscal year ending July thirty-tirst, eighteen hundred and ninety-four. Sixth—For the state normal school at St. Cloud. For new building, twelve thousand dollars, to be available for ttie fiscal year ending July thirty first, eighteen hundred and ninety-five $12,000 Seventh—For the St. Peter hospital for insane. (a) For building new ice house and cold storage: building a shop and providing tools: plumbing and repairs for the north nnd south wings for reno vating heating apparatus, providing new boilers and new pumps $10,600 Of the foregoing appropriation ten thousand dollars shall be available immediately and six thousand six hundred dollars for the fiscal year ending July thirty-first, eighteen hundred and nlhety-four. Eighth—For the Rochester hospital for Insane, (pi For rebuilding the center building and the west "A" section, and fef plumbing and furnish ing same ni. m. ... i $90,000 (b) For hew fleet's for the "B" and "O" BPO tlons of the east and West wlngsj fbr building Ice house and cold storage and for electric lighting $20,000 OI tho foregoing appropriation eleven thousand dollars shall be available Immediately forty thousand dollars for the fiscal year ending July thirty-tirst, eighteen hundred and ninety-four, and •lxty-ilvo thousand dollars for the fiscal year ending July tmrty-ärst, eighteen hundred and nlnety-Qvo. Ninth—For the Fergus Falls hospital for Insane. (a) For building store house, laundry aud shops, $20,000 (b) For building the remainder of the woman's wing, two hundred and sixty-five feet section aud subway $120, uoo i.ej For furnishing lighting, heating, plumbing and sewerage connections fbr same and lire hydrants $27,000 (d) For furnishing chapel and gymnasium.$10,uoo Of the foregoing appropriation one hundred thou sand dollars shall be available August first, eighteen hundred and ninety-three thirty-live thousand dollars April first, eighteen hundred and ninety-four forty-two thousand dollars August first, eighteen hundred and ninety-four. Tenth—For the school for the deaf. (a) For putting in fire wall in the north wing of the main building aud furnishing Barron hall, .. $6,000 (b) For new boilers ....$3,000 (c) For carpenter shop, printing office and ma chiaerv $5,000 Provided, that the board of directors is hereby authorized, If necessary, to use any unexpended balance of the sum hereby appropriated for any of the above named items, for the completion of any other of the Improvements named. Of the foregoing appropriation five thousand dollars shall be available immediately five thou sand dollars for the fiscal year ending July thirty first, eighteen hundred and ninety-four, and four thousand dollars lor the fiscal year ending July thirty-first., eighteen hundred and ninety-five. Eleventh—For the school for the blind. (a) For building a barn .$600 ti» For pro rata share of electrlo lighting and heating plant $3,000 Provided, that the board of directors are here by authorized, if necessary, to use any unexpend ed balance of the sum hereby appropriated for any of the above named items for the completion of any other of the improvements named. Twelfth—For the school for the feeble-minded, (a) For completing the custodial building.$50,500 (h) For central heating plant $10,000 (c) For pro rata share of electric lighting plant, ... $7,000 (d) For erecting a cottage residence for the superintendent $4,0iw Provided, that the board of directors are hereby authorized, if necessary, to use any unexpended balance of the sum hereby approprlated tor any of tho above named items for the completion of any other improvements named. Of the foregoing appropriation thirty-one thou sand dollars shall be available immediately thirty-one thousand dollars for the fiscal year end ing July thirty-first, eighteen hundred aud ninety four, and fifteen thousand fiv.o hundred dollars for the fiscal year ending July thirty-tirst, eighteen hundred and ninety-live. Thirteenth—For the state public school. (a) For new buildings $20,000 fo) For furnishing, heating and lighting the same $4,000 (0) For enlarging and improving old buildings and for cold storage, cement walks, grading, sewerage and gruve stones $8,000 Of the foregoing appropriations six thousand dol lars shall be available Immediately seventeen thousand dollars for the fiscal year ending July tui.LV-lirst, eighteen hundred and ninety-lour, and nine thousand dollars for the fiscal year ending July thirty-first, eighteen hundred and ninety-five. Fourteenth—For the state reform school. (a) For the purchase of additional boilers and for providing a green house, cold storage, water works aud for ornamenting grounds $10,000 Fifteenth—For the state reformatory. (a) For finishing boiler house $20,000 Of the foregoing appropriation ten thousand dollars shall be available July thirty-first, eighteen hundred and ninety-four, and ten thousand dollars July thirty-lirst, eighteen hundred and ninety-five. Appropriations for Current Expenses of the State Correctional aud Charitable Institutions for the fiscal year ending July thirty-first, eighteen hundred aud ninety-four. There is hereby appropriated In addition to the annual appropriations heretofore established by law, the sum of two hundred and l'orty-two thou sand three hundred aud five dollars for the fiscal year ending July thirty-first, eighteen hundred and ninety-four, to be distributed as follows: (a For tho St. Peter hospital fur insane..$20,400 (b) For the Rochester hospital for insane.$20.400 (c) For the Fergus Falls hospital for Insane, (d) For the school for the deaf $7,500 (ei For the school for the blind $4,425 (f) For the school for the feeble-minded. .$15,120 (g For the state public school 11.S00 (h) For the state reform school $10,000 (1) For the state prison $12,100 (j) For the state reformatory $31,700 Provided, that the state auditor, at his dis cretion, may, on request of the board of nmnn'-ery of the stato reformatory, set apart, not exceeding twelve thousand dollars of tile foregoing appropria tion, to be denominated as the convict labor fund, to be paid to the superintendent on proper vouch ers for tho labor of convicts on buildings for tho •aid reformatory at such rate as the said board of managers shall prescribe, not exceeding seventy five cents per day for the labor of each convict, tho amounts so received to be accounted l'or by said superintendent with other miscellaneous re oelpts. and to bo reapproprlated to the current ex pense fund. Seo. 7. Appropriations for Current Expenses of tlie State Correctional and Charitable Institutions for the"fiscal year ending July thirty-first, eighteen hundred nud nlnety-tive. There Is hereby appropriated from any funds in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated, In addition to the annual appropriations hereto fore established by law, the sum of two hundred aud eighty thousand nine hundred and ninety dol lars for tho fiscal year ending July thirty-first, eighteen hundred and ninety-live, to be distributed as follows: (al For the St. Peter hospital for Insane.$20,400 (b) For the Rochester hospital for lnsane.$29,400 (c) For the Fergus Falls hospital for Insane, $113.700 (d) For tho school for the deaf $0,100 (e) For the school for the blind S4.S00 (f) For the school of the feeble-minded.. .$23,470 (g) For tho state public school (h) For the state reform school $12,000 (I) For the state prison $12,360 (j) For the state reformatory... $H2,780 Provided, that the state auditor may, at his dis cretion, set apart not exceeding thirteen thou sand dollars or the foregoing appropriation, to be denominated as the convict labor fund, as pro vided in the preceding section of fMs act and provided further, that the state auditor may, at his discretion, on request of the lmard of trustees of the hospitals for Insane, transfer a portion of the appropriations made by sections six and seven of this act for either of the hospitals for insane to the use of either of the other hospitals for In sane: or on the request of the hoard of directors of tho Minnesota Institute for defectives, he may transfer a portion of the appropriations made by sections BIX and seven of this act for the school for the deaf or school for the blind or school for the feeble-minded to the use of anv of said schools as the ouiteuft tennnds of said institutions may require* Sec. 8. Appropriations fbr extraordinary repairs and improvements. There Is hereby appropriated, from any funds In the stute treasury not otherwise appropriated, the Bum of twenty-six thousand two hundred and eighty dollars lor the fiscal year ending July thirty-first, eighteen hundred and niaety-lour, aud the film of twenty-six thousand two hundred and eighty dollars l'or the fiscal year ending July thirty-tirst, eighteen hundred aud nluety-llve, to he used for extraordinary repairs and improve ments for the institutions named, each institution to receive the sum hereinafter spec i lied for each of the two fiscal years already mentioned: (a) For the St. Peter hospital for insane, five thousand dollars, which sum shall be used so far as Is necessary in placing the wards (old part of building) in said institution, in a proper and llrst-class sanitary condition. (b) For the Rochester hospital for insane. .$5,000 (c) For the Fergus Fulls hospital for Insane, $2,000 (d) For the soldiers' home ..$1,000 (e) For the school for the deaf .+2,000 (f) For the school for the blind $000 lg) For tlie school for the feeble-minded. .$1,600 (h) For the state public school $1,oö0 (1) For the reform school' ...$2,5ui) (J) For tho state reformatory $1,200 (k) For the state prison $3,Ci00 Sec. 9. Miscellaneous Appropriatlons. The iollowiug sums are hereby appropriated from any funds in the state treasury, not other wise appropriated, for the purposes named: First—For tlie national gtuwd at I^ike City. For the Improvement of the "rilie range"' and the construction of necessary building for same, four thousand dollars, to be available for the tiseal year ending July thirty-first, eighteen hundred and ninety-four. Second—For the geological survey. For the completion of the field work of the geological survey and for the preparation of the final report on iron-bearing rocks, and for tlie necessary lalieratory work $10,000 Third—Minnesota historical society. For building an additional fire-proof vault...$200 Fourth—For the office of the clerk of the su preme court. To reimburse Specialty Manufacturing company for work and material furnished in the office of the clerk of the supreme court $1,033.20 Fifth—For ditching suite lands. To reimburse Becker county for money paid out dltcning state lauds $080 Sixth—For the Minnesota Forestry association, to be expended by said association for the pro motion and encouragement of raising forest trees on the open prairie, for the free distribution of forest seeds and plants to such citizens of the state as will follow its instructions, for the glean ing of facts in relation to the extent and damages done by forest fires, and to the effects of devasta tion upon our water systems and agricultural In stitutions, for the projection of practical methods by which to prevent and extinguish such fires, and by which also to revive the growth of young timber trees on tlie denuded, now agricultural, sections of the state, and in the preparation, pub lication and free distribution throughout the state of new editions of the "Forest Tree Planters' Manual," together with other forestry literature, containing plain and concise information for the people upon practical forestry, and in paymenb of actual necessary expenses of the officers, three thousand dollars: provided, that no part of this appropriation shall bo paid for salaries of officers of such association: and provided further, that an itemized account of all expenditures of this appro priation shall be reported to the governor at the end of each fiscal year. Of the foregoing appro priation, fifteen hundred dollars shall be available for tlie fiscal year ending July thirty-first, 1894, and fifteen hundred dollars for the fiscal year end ing July thirty-first, 1S!)5. Seventh—For the State Dairymen's association. To be expended by the board of directors of said association, l'or the purpose of disseminating use ful knowledge and information to the dairy in dustry of the state, making exhibits of dairy products, paying premiums, publishing reports of meetings, discussions and essays relating to dairy matters, in co-operation with the dairy department of tlie school of agriculture of the university of Minnesota $1,000 Eighth—For the office of the secretary of state. To provide for the re-copying of indexes of in corporations into one new index book-. $300 Ninth—For wolf bounties. (a) Por a deficiency in the appropriation for wolf bounties for the fiscal year ending July thirty first, eighteen hundred and ninety-three.. .$18,000 (b) For wolf bounties for fiscal year ending July thirty-first, eighteen hundred and ninetv-four $25,000 (c) For wolf bounties for the year ending July thirty-first, eighteen hundred and ninety-live $-5,000 Tenth—For exhibits at Minneapolis exposition. For horticulture, dairy and beekeepers' exhibits at Minneapolis exposition for the year of eighteen hundred aad ninety-three $2,500 Eleventh—For purchasing land for park purposes, i or purchasing hind at the Itasca state park, according to contracts approved by the governor, thirteen hundred and twenty-six dollars nnd forty eight cents, to lie paid now or before July first, eighteen hundred and ninety-three. Tweitth—For binding and repairing books for state library for fiscal year ending July tiiirty urst, eighteen hundred and ninety-three, and an nually thereafter $ 00 Thirteenth—To defray the costs of paper used In printing and binding ten thousand copics of the second edition of •'Minnesota in the Civil and Indian Wars, and ten thousand copies of the official reports and correspondence relating to the Finley. Mary For interest paid on state school land $209.86 Fifteenth—For the state board of health. (a) For additional allowance for expenses col lecting vital statistics for the year ending July thirty-flrat, eighteen hundred and ninety-four, and annually thereafter $1,00(X (b) For additional allowance for the expenses of the stato board of health, for the year ending July thirty-first, eighteen hundred and ninetv-four and annually thereafter (c) For special cholera fund for the year ending July thirty-first, eighteen hundred and ninety-four, $10,000 (d) For special cholera fiuiil for the year ending July thirty-first, eighteen hundred and'ninetv-five,' $i0,0oO (e) For deficiency in the salary of the secretary of the state board of health Sixteenth—Insuring state institutions. For additional allowance for insuring state insti tutions for the fiscal year ending Julv thirty-first, eighteen hundred and ninety-four, and annua lh thereafter $2.500 Seventeenth—For the department of Insurance. (al For a deficiency in contingent fund $170 (b) l1 or Additional allowance for the contingonc fund for said department for the year ending Julv thirty-first, eighteen hundred and ninety-four, and annually thereaIter $350 Eighteenth—For increased salary for the engineer of the capitol building for the year eighteen hun dred and ninety-threo and eighteen hundred and ninety-four $000 Nineteenth—For the office of secretary of state. For additional salary for the chief clerk for the yenr ending July thirty-first, eighteen hundred and ninety-three, and annually thereafter $300 Twentieth—For additional clerk hire in the gov ernor's office for tlie year ending Julv thirty-first, eighteen hundred and ninety-three, and annually thereafter 5300 Twenty-first—To reimburse Dr. O. M. Losius. To reimburse Dr. O. M. Loslns for costs in suit against the state board of medical examiners. .$5!) Twenty-s-.eeond—To defray expenses of county training schools under the direction of the super intendent of public instruction, twenty thousand dollars annually during tho progress of such schools. The fourteenth subdivision of section three, chapter one hundred and sixty-three of the gen eral laws of 1891. Is hereby repealed. Twenty-third—For state librarian. For salary of the assistant for the state librarian for the years eighteen hundred and nine ty-three and eighteen hundred and ninety-four, $900 per year Twenty-fourth—For additional support of stato high schools, seren thousand dollars and annually thereafter. Twentjr-flftb—For the purpose of paying the share of this state for the re-casting of the tablet on the High Water Mark monument at Gettys burg, In order to Include two companies of Min nesota sharpshooters omitted from the Inscription thereon, two hundred dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary. This said amoynt shall be paid to Hon. William fioehren of Minneapolis, as trustee for the state, who is Intrusted with the expenditure of the ap propriation for the purpose named. Sec. 10. Additional appropriations for current expenses of state institutions. There Is hereby appropriated from any funds In the state treasury not otherwise appropriated, for current expenses of state institutions: First—For the state public school. For deficiency for tlie fiscal year ending July thirty-first, eighteen hundred and ninety-three, $5,000 Second—For the state normal school at Mankato. For additional allowance for general expenses for the fiscal year ending July thirtv-first, eighteen hundred and ninety-four, and annualiv thereafter $2,000 Third—For the stnte nornial school at Moorhead. For additional allowance for general expenses for the fiscal year ending July thirty-first, eighteen hundred and ninety-three, and annually there after $1.000 Fourth—For the state normal school at Winona. For additional allowance for general expenses for the fiscal year ending July thirty-first, eighteen hundred and ninety-lour, nnd annually there after $2,000 Fifth—For the state normal school at St. Cloud. For additional allowance for general expenses for the fiscal year ending July thirty-first., eighteen hundred and ninety-four, and annually there after $2,000 Sixth—For the state university. For additional current expenses for the fiscal year ending July1 thirty-first, eighteen hundred and ninety-tb roe $25,000 Seventh—l'or the state university. For additional current expenditures for the fiscal year ending July thirty-first, eighteen hun dred and ninetv-four $25,000 Provided, that in case the legislature shall make provision otherwise for the additional current ex penses of the university for the year eighteen hundred and ninety-four, this Item shall be null and void. Sec. 11. This act shall take effect and be in force from nnd after its passu tre. STATE OF MINNESOTA. EXECUTIVE DEPABT ment, St. Paul. April 20. 1S93. Statement of items objected to, disapproved and disallowed in House File No. 902, entitled "An act to appropriate money for the general ex panses of tlie state government, for the support of state institutions and for certain other pur poses nnmed therein." The following items In said act are hereby ob jected to, disapproved and disallowed, to wit: (1 Section 1, paragraph ninth. "For payment of rewards for arrests and convictions of horse thieves, five thousand dollars." (2) Section 1, paragraph fifteenth. "For the payment of fees of referees of district courts, as provided by chapter fifty-five of the general laws of 1885. two thousand dollars." 7 (3) Section 4, paragraph fifth, sub dlv. fb, "For tho purchasing of land, four thousand dol lars." (For the Rochester hospital for insane.) (4) Section 4, paragraph seventh, sub dlv. (ft), for the Minnesota Soldiers' home, ''For purchasing additional land in Lakewood cemetery, Hennepin county, two thousand dollars." (5) Section 4, paragraph seventh, sub. dlv. (b), (b) "For the reimbursement of Kilroe Brothers 1'or extra work and material for tho hospital at the soldiers' home, two thousand dollars." (6) Section 4, paragraph tenth, for the Minne sota Institutes for Defectives, "For the purchase of additioual land and improvements, twelve thou sand dollars." (7) Section 4, paragraph eleventh, for the school for the feeble minded, "For furnishing the new custodial building, three thousand flvo hundred dollars." (8) Section 6, paragraph sixth, for the St. Cloud normal school, "fFor new building, twelve thou sand dollars." (9) Section 5, paragraph eighth, sub dlv. (b), for the Rochester hospital for insane, "For new floors for the 'B' aud 'C sections of the east and west wings for building Ice house and cold storage and for electric lighting, twenty-six thou sand dollars." (10) Section 5, paragraph ninth, sub dir. (d). for Fergus Falls hospital for insane, "For furnish ing chapel and gymnasium, ten thousand dollars." (11) Section 5, parain'aph eleven, sub dlvs. (a) and (b), for the school for the blind, "For build ing a bam, six hundred dollars," and "For pro rata share of electric building and heating .plant, three thousand dollars." (12) Section 5, paragraph twelfth, sub dir. (c), for the school for the feeble minded, "For pro rata share of electric lighting plant, seven thou sand dollars." (13) Section 5, paragraph thirteenth, sub dlv. (b), for the state public school, "For furnishing, heating and lighting the same, fonr thousand dol lars." (14) Section 6, sub dlv. (1), "For the state prison, twelve thousand one hundred dollars." (15) Section 7, sub dlv. (1), "For the state prison, twelve thousand three hundred and sixty dollars." (10) Section 9, paragraph first, for the national guard at Lake City, "For the improvement of the 'rtfle range' and the construction of necessary buildings for same, four thousand dollars." (17) Section 0, paragraph ninth, .sub dlv. (c), "For wolf bounties for fiscal year ending July thirty-first, eighteen hundred and ninety-five, twenty-five thousand dollars." (IS) Section 0, paragraph tenth, for exhibits at Minneapolis exposition, "For horticulture, dairy and beekeepers' exhibits at Minneapolis exposition for the year eighteen hundred and ninety-three, two thousand five hundred dollars." (19) Section 0, paragraph fifteenth, sub. dlv. (a), for the state board of health, "For additional allowance for expenses collecting vital statistics, for the year ending July thirty-first, eighteen hundred and ninety-four, and annually thereafter, one thousand dollars." (20) Section 9. paragraph twenty-first, "To re imburse Dr. O. M. Loslns for costs in suit against the state board of medical examiners, fifty-nine dollars." (21) Section 9, paragraph twenty-second, "To defray expenses of county training schools under the direction of the superintendent of public in struction, twenty thousand dollars annually during the progress of such schools." (22) Section 9, paragraph twenty-fourth, "For additional support of state high schools, seven thousand dollars and annually thereafter." (23) Section 10, paragraph sixth, "For the state university. "For additional current expenses for the fiscal year ending July thirty-first, eighteen hundred and ninety-three, twenty-five thousand dollars." (24) Section 1®, paragraph seventh, "For the state university. "For additional current expenses for the fiscal year ending July thirty-first, eighteen hundred and ninety-four, twenty-five thousand dol lars." 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PATARRti Constitutional UH I nil 1111, and acquired Weaknesses o£ Both Sexestreated successfully. It is self-evident that a physician paying particu lar attention to a class of car^s attains great skill. Ever* known application is resorted to aud the proved good remedial of all ages and countries are used. Kn Experiments are Blad». On account of the great number of eases applying tho charges •re kept low: often lower than others. Skill and perfent cures are important. Call or write. Symptom list nnd pamphlet free l)y mall. Tho Doctor has successfully treated and cured thousands of cases in thib city and the Northwest. All consul tations, cither by mail or verbal, are regarded as strictly con#, dential »nd are given perfect privacy. \n\n IStrikes CHAPTER" 101—H. F. 544. CHAPTER-11(2—H. F. 780. A I'TER-208—S. F. 531. CHAPTER-211—H. F. 49. CFTAl'TISR 2S0— H. F. 94. fature. rtfvr Sec. 0. OO.KOO $ 14.000 $3,500 tainiriK and J5v $5.00 FREE. a H. STOCKENSTROM. Cough OR HARDWARE? 1 ""LO RIGGS&C0 ROCERIE J. R.ELLIOT,251 Nloollet Av«,pMinneapolis. Lady's Watch, same as above, $16.50. nil Dr- TRIAL WAITE, Specialist, 18 $1'J.75 and eiprep® charvM, and i| If JLLNNKAVOI.IH, MINN. DOCTOR Nervous Debility, affcctiny Complaints, Painful, Diffl. Throat' No"*' Lnre OR* BRINLEY, Minneapolis, Minn*