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u VOL Vlll. HOLBROOft. ARIZONA. SATURDAY, MARCH 7. 1903. No. 13. Arizona's Legislature. Feb. 19. The primary election bill was resurrected in the hotrse. The house passed bill No. 64, providing for the time in which a will can be contested. House bill No. 65, prescribing a time limit of one year for the prosecution of certain cases, was passed The bill appropriating money for the purpose of purchasing copies of the governor's report to the secretary of the interior department, was also passed by the house. Feb. 20. The special registra tion bill is now a law, having been signed by the governor yes terday. ! The legislature unanimously ; requested congress to 'pay the nraa county narrow guage bonds, which were illegally j council, asking for joint state placed on that county by an act j hood, was defeated by the house, of congress. The bonds are for! Council bill No. 30. providing the sum of $317,000. j for the appointment of a clerk The house passed two bills, j for countv boards of supervisors one relating to county officers in first, second and third class absenting themselves for more counties, was passed by the than sixty days, sheriffs being , council. exempted. The other bill re-j A message from the governor lated to stockholders meetings, announced that he had signed Feb. 25. Very little business council bill No. 26, an act pro was dispensed with in either viding for uniformit' in legisla branch of the legislature. j tion. A message was received from' Mar. 3. House bill No. 14, the governor announcing that he which relates to the secretary's had signed the school tax bill. office, was discussed by themem- - Feb. 25. Two bills were pass- bers of the house. edin the house, viz; one two regit-1 Council bill No. 26, relating to late the divorce laws, making justices of the peace acting as the period of desertion one year coroners, was passed. sufficient for a decree. The other; House bill No. 26, relating to related to bounties on wild ani-loan and trust corporations, mals. Nothing was done in the : was also passed. council. . ; Mar. 4. The house passed Feb. 26.-The house passed three several bills, viz: bills, viz; No. 86, providing for a' Two bills, each establishing a visit by the Arizona National manual training school, one at Guards to the St. Louis exposi-; I'rescott and the other in Ora tion at their own expense. Coun cil bill No. 23, providing for the appointment, by the governor, of a commission to look toward uniform divorce laws. Bill No. 28, making it optional with city I councils as to the publication of : the minutes of the same. ' i As usual, nothing was done in ! the council. Feb. 27. A special committee i was appointed by the speaker of j the house to investigate the records of Secretary Stoddard's ! office. i After being amended, the coun-1 cil passed the eight-hour bill and was referred back to the house, j Errors were found in it and it had j to wait awhile before going to j the governor. The council passed a memorial ! asking congress to give us joail statehood, providing the omni-; bus bill could not pass.. The house passed four bills, viz; Mr. Woolf's bill raising the school age limit for deaf, dumb and blind students. Mr. Williams' bill, which is in tended to cut out the breeding of dogs in the territory. A bill changing the name of the j Territorial Insane Asylum to the Asylum for the Insane. The bill which seeks to prevent constables from appointing dep uties. Feb. 28. The council passed bill No. 31, which regulates the practice of medicine and provides for a territorial medical examin ing board. Mar. 2. A committee was ap pointed from both houses to cor rect the errors in the eight-hour bill. The memorial passed by the ham county. House bill No. 45, providing for improvements in the experi mental station at Tucson and establishing others. Mr. Ives' bill granting increas- ed power to judges. A bill regulating the practice of dentistry and providing for a board of examiners. A bill for the maintenance of the Tempe Normal school, A bill appropriating $8,400 for a library and gymnasium at the University of Arizona. A bill for the maintenance of the Flagstaff Normal school, A bill changing the name of the Benson reform school to the territorial industrial school and providing for its maintenance. Gov. Brodie signed the bill makii g the justice of the peace receiving the highest number of votes the coroner. Call for Bids. 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