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EGISLATIVE
PROCEEDINGS
NATPSEAtS PKOCKDINfiS
8ENATK
INTRODUCTION OF BILLS.
Mr. Cassill by request introduced
enate bill No. 150
A bill for an act authorizing the pay
entof road taxes in cash and provid
ng for the collection and disbursing I
ame.
Mr. Cassill, by request introduced
enate bill No. 151
A bill for an act to amend section 11-.
2 of article 28 of the political code
Mr. Cook introduce^!
enate bill No. 152
A bill for an act, entitled, an act to
mend sections 408 and 410 of the pro
ale code, of 1903
Mr. Doughty by request introduced1
enate bill No. 153
A bill for an act requiring the county
uditor of each county to keep a plat
00k showing the owner of each and
very subdivision of land and town lot
within the county, and providing for
entry of transfer aud payment of tax
es before an^ deed or other conveyance
transferring title to real property shall
be entitled to record
Mr. Salmarsh introduced
Senate bill No. 154
A bill for an act entitled an act to
amend section 3067, article ((23, chapter
27, of the revised political code of 11»03,
relating to hunter's licenses.
Mr. Hayward introduced
Senate bill No. 155
A bill for an act entitled an act to
amend section 934 of the political code
of the state of South Dakota, revision
of 1803
Mr. Hayward introduced
Senate bill No 156
A bill for an act to amend section 816
of the political code of the state of
South Dakota, revision of 1903
Mr. Toy, by request introduced
Senate bill No. 157
A bill for an act to amend section 15
60 of the political code of the siate of
South Dakota, revision of .1903.
Mr. Toy, by request introduced
Seuate bill No. 158
A bill for an act for the construction
and repair of sidewalks in cities of the
third class and incorporated towns, and
repeal 1541,1542, 1543. 1544, 1545 of the
Political code of the state of South Da
kota, revision of 1903
Mr. Frieberg introduced
Senate bill No. 159
A bill for an act entitled, an act to
amend section 2837 political code revis
edIt ws 1903, relating to intoxicating
liquors
Mr. Dillion introduced'
Senate bill No. 160
A bill for an act to tax gifts, legacies
and inheritances in certain cases, and
to provide for the collection of the
same a/-d fixing penalties
Mr. Willsie introduced
Senate bill No. 161
A bill for an act to amend section 24
14 of the political code relating to the
powers of the board of education in in
dependent school districts
Mr. Willsie introduced
Senate bill No. 162
A bill for an act to appropriate mon
ey to pay Charles A, Marshall, W. W.
Pinkerton, Virgill IV Price, Thomas
Sweeney, Herbert S. llall, Louis Volin,
Ellwood, and James Justice, for mater
ial furnished, for work and labor per
formed and for money advanced to pay
for work and labor done in building
and construction of the Metallurgical
laboratory of^the state school of mines
at llapid City, and interest thereon
Mr. Payne introduced
Senate bill No. 163
A bill for an act to amend section 361
of article 2 of Chapter 13 of the revised
code of civil procedure of 1903 of the
state of South Dakota, relating to ex
emptions.
Mr. Neill introduced
Senate bill No. 164
A bill for an act, to create and pro
vide for a syetemof traveling libraries
and to promote the establishment pf
free public libraries and to create a
•j state public library commission
THIRD READING OF SENATE BILLS.
Senate joint resolution No. 9
A joint resolution calling the atten
tion of the senators and representatives
in congress of the state of South Da-
Jto
Was read the third time and indefini-
tely-postponed.
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No. 56'
A bill for an act to provtde
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ties in the state of South Dakota and
designating the kinds of securities in
which said funds may be invested and
thetnanner of making said loans or in
vestments.
Was read the third time and passed.
Senate bill No. 110
A bill for an act entitled, an act to,
appropriate money for a deficiency in
the fund for conveying convicts to the
state penitentiary.
Was read the third time.
HOUSE
INTRODUCTION OF BILLS, JOINT RESO
LUTIONS AMD MEMORIALS.
Mr. Omdahl introduced
House bill No. 129
A bill for an act entitled an act, to
amend section 1702 of the revised politi
cal code of 1903, of the state of South
Dakota.
Mr. Shaw introduced
House bill No. 130
A bill for an act, amending section 5
of chapter 1, title 1, probate code,' re
vised codes of 1903, and providing for
stenographers in county courts.
Mr. Huff introduced
House bill No. 131
A bill for an act to amend sections
2359-2360-2361 of the revised politi
cal code of 1903, relating to compul
sory education.
Mr. Gropengeiser introduced
House bill No. 132
A bill for an act to amend article 24
chapter 13 of the revised political code
of 1903, entitled township government,
relating to the construction of fire
guards.
Mr. Madison introduced
House bill No. 133
A bill for an act, entitled an act to
amend section 727, article 6, chapter 31,
of the revised code of civil procedure
of 1903.
Mr. Pennington introduced
House bill No. 134
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kota to the following proposed amend- shipped out of'the state of South Da»
meut
the bill now pending before kota,, creating the sheriffs of the dif
congress, enlarging the homestead fight ferenfc counties inspectors of horses,
west of the Missouri river in South Da- prescribing their duties and fixing their
kotfi, to six hundred and forty acres. compensation therefor, and prohibiting
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of the sinking toads of ouite
A bill for an act entitled an act to
amend sections 3077, 3079, 3082, 3088,
3091 the revised political code of 1903
relating to the preservation of game.
Mr. Turner, of Brown, introduced
House bill No. 135
A bill for an act, to regulate the
practice of optometry.
Mr. lvribs introduced ,,
House bill No. I3f
A bill for an act to create and pro
vide for a system of traveling libraries
and to promote the establishment of
free public libraries, and to create a
state public library commission.
Mr. liogde introduced
[louse joint resolution No. 11
A joint resolution proposing and
agreeing to au amendment to section 23
of article 5 of the constitution of the
state of South Dakota, and submitting
such amendment to the vote of the
people.
Mr. Lindley introduced
House joint resolution No, 12
A joint resolution, indorsing Presi
dent Roosevelt's efforts to secure re
forms in railroad rate legislation.
MONDAY'S PROCEEDINGS,
SENATE
INTRODUCTION OF BILLS, JOINT
SOLUTION AND MEMORIALS.
Mr. Hutchinson introduced
Senate bill No. 165
A bill for an act, entitled, an act pro
viding for the taking of the census of
children of school age upon, which to
apportion school moneys.
Mr. Abel introduced
Senate bill No. 166
A bill for an act entitled an act to
prohibit the use of automatic and re
peating shot guns in hunting birds,
A in
Senate bill No. 167
A bill for an act, to amend section
1910, article 6, chapter 19, of the revised
political code of 1903 relating to publi
cation of constitutional amendments.
The committee on state affairs intro
duced
Sen a to bill No. 168
A bill for an act entitled, an ^iict to
provide for the inspection .of animals
intended for meat supplies, and of
meat, intended for consumption in
cities, villages and townships, to regu
late slaughter houses and meat mar«
kets and to license the sale of meats in
cities, villages aud townships.
Mr. Willsie introduced ..
Senate bill No. 160
A bill for an act to amend section 1,
chapter 153, of the session laws of 1903,
entitled an act .providing for the in-
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Comity TreSsurc's lei?"
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8pection of branded horses about to be
railroad, steamboat, ferryboat and
bridge companies from receiving brand
ed horses for shipment out of the state
of South. Dakota, without first being in
qpoted^
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FUNDS
Stale
ountv genernl
Comity sinking
County bond Interest
County pvhou!
County ir.• -.(::! well.
County bridge am) tor
Conwy -..r.ie... -. .-.1
Count} im:iniCT.-...crT.
Coi'iUv jndgfnentSuaa-.'.
Keck'nipi ioii _...-
County Resiciter1" lees
Hufrhoi\ county bills receivable-, scheol'loans..
State ol' South Dakota school fund ioan
Lease or school li'nds.
Interest 011 permuoent htntc t-cbool l'und
Slate of isoutti Dnkol". ppr. 8i liool land
Dry Hmi esion wp!1
IlHirold nvleeiiin well
Librui-y I'll ml..
Pierre school
Pierre oily
Dietriot se.'iools
.Villages
Towifehipn
Fire break
State selionl lands no'd
State school land sold, interest on
Uaine Fund ..
Totals..
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Subscribed aud sworn to before me this 4th day oi
(SEAT,]
Jurors and witnesses, justice court
Physicians for poor and poor relief.
Books and stationery
Printing and advertising
Elections
Lights, fuel and repairs of county buildings
Building and repairing- county ronds and hrdffcs
Janitor XT
Jail expenses
Assessing- .."
Miscellaneous items
Total.
Total.
RE-
Total
Mr. Robertson moved
That thesenate do now concur in
House amendments to
Senate bill No. 62
THIRD READING OK SENATE BILLS.
Senate bill No. 133
A bill for an act to amend sections 2
and 23, chapter 176 session laws of S.
Dakota, '903 relating to the board of
medical examiners of this state.
Was read the third time and passed
Senate bill No. 86
'A bill for an act entitled, an act for
the organization and regulation of
Mutual Life Insurance Companies on
the fixed level premium plan,
Was read the third time amended
and passed.
THIRD BEADING OF HOUSE BIX.L
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AUDITOR'S AND TBKASBBKK'S I»1
Of RecetptN and OIsbiirsciiieiitN in the County olTttghcs lor Hie liu»rlfi1
lng Dec. 31, 1004, Showing Amount of ^iimlx in Hit* Treasury
Where Uepowited:
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TREASURER'S!
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55
school ioans'and accountsovtrdrawn..
Total cash in hands ot treasurer,
2180 tit)
2070 S:
1910 3»
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AUDITOR'S KXUIB1T.
DKTA1M1I) IJST Of. WAltllANTS ISSUEI llUIUNO ^A»tKR.
County auditor, deputy and clerks—'
County treasurer, deputy treasurer and clerks
Uepister of deeds, deputy and clerks
Couniy judg-e
Sheriff, deputy and bailiffs
Superintendent of schools
Coroner
Coroners, witnesses and jurors
Surveyor
Commissioners of Insanity
Couniy commissioners. First district
County commissioners, Second district
County commissioners, Third district
County commissioners, fourth district
County commissioners, Fifth district.
District attorney
Clerk circuit and county courts
Stenographer
Petit jurors'fees ..."
Witness fees circuit and county court
Just,ice of the Peace
House bill No. 60
A bill for an act to amend section 14
31-1432-1455 of chapter .15, of the re
vised political code ot 1903, of the state
State of South Dakota, 1
County of Hughes,
L. S. Wc Btfall. auditor, being first duly sworn doth say that the auditor's exhibit herei
is a true and correct statement of the tinuncial condition of Hughes County,
as appears by his
books, and that the exhibit is a true and correct statement of all warrants drawn on the treasuiy
during the quarter, and that the statements of assets and liabilities is true and correct.
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State of South Dakota, 1
County of Hughes,
C. A. Bartiott, county treasure*, lieing duly ssyorn, doth say that the above oxhibit is a
true and correct statement of the iiuancial condition of Hughes Count v. a? appears by his booku.
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End-
mi nary., 1905. JAMES W.
ASSETS OF OOTJNTY IN I1KTA1L,.
Total amount of school money loaned, secured by mort&ages and bonds.
Cash in county fund
Court house and grounds safejs and fixtures county jail
Bills receivable
Unpaid. Tax, County Funds
Total amount of school money received up to date
Warrants issued and in the bands of the auditor
vVai rants outstanding... ..
Bonds outstanding
LIABILITIES OF COUNTY IN DETAIL. AMI.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 16th day of January, 1905. C. K. BBSANCON
SEALL
„yr" Clerk of Courts
By Dorothy Morse, Deputy, 't,
parsed.
Was read the third time and
Senate bill No. 93
A bill for an act, to appropriate
money for the payment of deliciency
incurred by the state board of health
during the fiscal year ending June 30,
1003.- Sir
and
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L. 8. WKNTFALL,
County Auditor.
of South Dakota, relating to town
Beers.
Was read the third time, amended
and passed.
HOUSE
INTRODUCTION OF HILLS,' JOINT KKSO
LUTIOKS AND MKMOU1AL
The committee on food and
products introduced
House bill No. 137
Mr. Browne, of Browti, introduced^
Hoiise bill No. 139
A bill for an act to amend section 15
25 of the revised political code of 1903
of the state of South Dakota, relating
to payment of insurance tax mohoys, to
city, town and village fire departments.
Mr.Brownie, of Brown, introduced
House bill No. 140
A bill for an act entitled an act to
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dairy
A bill for an act entitled au act to
amend section 752 of the revised politi
tal code of South Dakota.
Mr. Holman introduced''
House bill No. 138 'i
A bill tor an act entitled an act, auth
orizing justices of the peace to sub
poena witnesses in certain cases.
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