« PreviousContinue »
11. Socorro and Sierra . FRANK H. WINSTON...Fairview. 12. Dona Ana...
MARCIAL VALDEZ. Las Cruces. 13. Grant....
.R. P. BARNES.
Silver City. 14. Dona Ana and Grant...W. H. H. LLEWELLYN.. Las Cruces. 15. Lidcoln, Chavez, Eddy..J. E. WHARTON.. White Oaks.
OFFICERS OF THE COUNCIL. J. FRANCISCO CHAVES.
.President. W. E. MARTIN..
.Chief Clerk. A. B. LAIRD.
.. Sergeant-at-Arms and Doorkeeper. R. T. MAES.
.. Enrolling and Engrossing Clerk. APOLONIO GUTIERREZ.
Messenger. FRANCISCO LUJAN.
Watchman. REV. J. L. GAY...
..Chaplain. OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE. MAXIMILIANO LUNA..
Speaker. R. L. BACA..
..Chief Clerk. ANTONIO J. ESQUIBEL.
Sergeant-at-Arms and Doorkeeper. DAVID MARTINEZ.
Enrolling and Engrossing Clerk. JUAN GARCIA Y CRESPIN
Messenger. BENITO ESPINOSA.
.Watchman. REV. PAUL A. GILBERTON.
...Chaplain. ADDITIONAL EMPLOYES- -COUNCIL. ATANACIO ROIBAL...
....Assistant Chief Clerk. MARTIN SANCHEZ.
Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms. GEORGE W. ARMIJO.
..Journal Clerk. TOMAS SANDOVAL.
Reading Clerk. J. D. CAVANAUGH. .Assistant Enrolling and Engrossing Clerk. NESTOR MONTOYA
.Interpreter. C. S. PEDREGON
. Translator. ALEX. READ.
Assistant Translator. FRED FORNOFF..
..Doorkeeper. FELIPE BACA...
Assistant Doorkeeper. HENRIETTA CLARK
Committee Clerk. NATALIA STONEROAD.
Committee Clerk. GEORGE JOHNSON
Additional Committee Clerk, LOU HUGHES.
.Committee Clerk. J. F. SERNA..
Messenger to the Governor. ANTONIO ALARID. .Messenger to the Governor and Doorkeeper. MATIAS F. TORRES.
. Sweeper. C. P. HALL.
Sweeper. CHARLES CREAMER.
Page. LORENZO DELGADO.
.Page. DANIEL MARTINEZ.
.Page. ADDITIONAL EMPLOYES-HOUSE. C. B. LLEWELLYN..
. Assistant Chief Clerk. ANTONIO J. MARTINEZ.
.Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms. B. ROMERO.
..Journal Clerk. ACACIO GALLEGOS. Assistant Enrolling and Engrossing Clerk. EUGENE VAN PATTEN
.Interpreter. CRISTOBAL SANCHEZ.
Translator. EMELJO ORTIZ,.
Assistant Translator. DOMINGO ORTEGA..
Postmaster. JOSE BACA Y LUCERO.
Doorkeeper. JUAN C. SAMORA.
Assistant Doorkeeper. MELECIO LUCERO.
.Page. Messenger to the Governor.
Sweeper. Assistant Sweeper.
Night Watchman. Assistant Messenger.
Extra Committee Clerk. Doorkeeper to the Governor.
Reading Clerk. Interpreter to Committee.
House Bills THAT FAILED TO Pass.
NO. 1. An Act to establish the grade of teachers' certificates and for
other purposes. 2. An Act regulating tolls and charges by telegraph companies in
Territory of New Mexico. 3. An Act to amend Section 4141 of the Compiled Laws of 1897. 4. An Act regulating the services, and further prescribing the duties
of express companies in the Territory of New Mexico. 5. An Act for the protection of laborers in the Territory of New
Mexico, and for other purposes. 6. An Act to amend Section 3, of Chapter 60, of the Session Láws
of 1897. 1. An Act concerning insurance companies in the Territory of New
Mexico. 8. An Act creating a police force in unincorporated towns in county
seats in the Territory of New Mexico. 9. An Act to regulate the common schools of the Territory of New
Mexico, 10. An Act to amend an act entitled "An Act providing for the re
covery of damages done by animals," approved Feb. 23, 1893. 12. An Act to aid laborers, and others, in enforcing claims for
services. 13. An Act amending Section 4092, Compiled Laws of 1897. 14. An Act amending Section No. 1598, Compiled Laws of 1897. 15. An Act for the purpose of suspending operation of and under
Chapter VI of the Thirty-second Legislative Assembly of the
removal of county seat. 16. An Act repealing Section 7 of an act of the Legislature approved
Feb. 23, 1893, relative to providing for the recovery of dam
ages done by animals. 17. An Act to repeal Section 1757 of the Compiled Laws of 1897,
lating to an exemption of two hundred dollars worth of prop
erty of certain persons from taxation. 18. An Act to repeal Section 3420 of the Compiled Laws and to allow
defendants to give bail in certain cases. 19. “An Act,” amendatory of Chapter L of the Laws of 1897 relating
to the National Guards of New Mexico. 20. An Act to create the County of Otero. 23. An Act to repeal Chapter XLIV of the Laws of 1897, and revive
the portions of Chapter I of the Act of 1895 repealed by the
former. 24. An Act to amend Section 1520 and Section 1595 of the Compiled
Laws of 1897 relative to text books used in common schools.
1897 of New Mexico and to limit the rate of interest that can be
charged in the Territory. 26. An Act to amend Section 3606 [36031 of the Compiled Laws of
1897, with reference to assays made by the School of Mines. 28. An Act to abolish capital punishment in the Territory of New
Mexico. 30. An Act to amend Chapter 34 of the Laws of 1897 of New Mexico,
relating to the killing or injury of live stock by railroads. 32. An Act authorizing the board of county commissioners to elimin
ate all incollectible taxes. 33. An Act to simplify and cheapen the transfer and hypothecation
of real estate. 34. An Act to amend Section 2612 of the Compiled Laws of 1897, re
lating to duties and compensation of public printer. 35. An Act to amend Sections 1292, 1293 and 1294 of the Compiled
Laws of 1897, and to extend the anti-trust law, so as to include
fire and life insurance companies. 36. An Act to Amend Section 3902 of the Compiled Laws of New
Mexico of 1897, and to regulate freight and passenger rates of
railroad common carriers. 37. An Act relative to public obstruction in public ditches of this
Territory. 38. An Act for the selection of jurors. 40. An Act to provide for the payment of certain muster rolls and
other documents and papers pertaining to the volunteer mil
itia and regular army service of the Territory of New Mexico. 41. An Act in relation to brands. 42. An Act for the purpose of regulating taxation upon Territorial
and county bonds. 43. An Act prescribing certain duties of all physicians in New Mex
ico and for other purposes. 44. An Act to prevent animals running loose in the streets of the
towns and cities of the Territory of New Mexico. 45. An Act to provide for a constitutional convention, and the for
mation of a state constitution, and for other purposes. 46. An Act relating to amendments in pleadings and other matters
in the district courts. 47. An Act amending Section 2200 of the Compiled Laws of 1897. 48. An Act relating to proceedings in criminal cases. 49. An Act defining a legal newspaper for the publication of legal
and other official notices in the Territory of New Mexico. 50. An Act relative to community ditches in the Territory of New
Mexico. 52. An Act to repeal certain sections of the Compiled Laws of 1897,
relative to acequias and mayordomos. 53. An Act relative to irrigation and repealing and amending certain
sections of the Compiled Laws of 1897. 56. An Act entitled "An Act for the supplying of counties with
copies of the Compiled Laws of 1897 for the use of justices of