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NO. 57. An Act to require building and loan associations to make de

posits for transaction of business, to tax such associations

and for other purposes. 59. An Act to enable and authorize the county school superintend

ents of the Territory of New Mexico to appoint school direc

tors for the different school districts of the respective counties. 61. An Act to amend Sections 1593 and 1595 of Chapter I, of the

Compiled Laws of 1897, relating to public school books. 62. An Act to amend Chapter 1, Title V. (Corporations) of the

Compiled Laws of 1897. 63. An Act providing for the licensing of circus and menageries. 61. An Act to prohibit the manufacture and sale of cigarettes in the

Territory of New Mexico. 66. An Act for the purpose of dividing and making two counties out

of the county of Colfax, New Mexico. 68. An Act for the protection of towns in the Territory of New Mex

ico from damages caused by arroyos (rivulets) and other in

vasions caused by rains and freshets. 69. An Act fixing the compensation of constables for the removal

and care of property taken by them under execution, attachment or any other court process in the Territory of New Mex

ico. 70. An Act in relation to fences. 71. An Act relative to the election of precinct officers. 72. An Act to preserve the public health. 73. An Act providing for the establishment of a reform industrial

school. 75. An Act relating to pawn brokers. 76. An Act relieving certain persons from taxation in certain cases. 77. An Act authorizing the payment of taxes with county warrants. 78. An Act to amend Section 3114 of the Compiled Laws of 1897. 79. An Act to amend sub-section 140 of Article 9 of Section 2685 of

the Compiled Laws of 1897. 81. An Act to repeal, amend and harmonize sections of the Compiled

Laws, 1897. 82. An Act granting the purchasers at tax sales heretofore made the

lien of the county and Territory for such taxes. 83. An Act amending Section 696 of the Compiled Laws of 1897, re

lating to bonds by probate clerk. 84. An Act to amend Section 1418 of the Compiled Laws of New Mex

ico as compiled in 1897 relating to marriages. 85. An Act to prevent collectors and treasurers of different counties

of the Territory of New Mexico from serving more than two

times in such offices in succession. 86. An Act to provide for the appointment of court interpreters and

their compensation. 87. An Act concerning the admission of students to the University of

New Mexico. 88. An Act to provide for the adjustment of certain floating school NO. 89. An Act to repeal Section 1305 and to amend Section 1306, Com

indebtedness.

piled Laws of 1897, in regard to gambling. 90. An Act relating to the sale of patent and proprietory medicines

in the Territory of New Mexico. 93. An Act relating to balls and public dances. 94. An Act amending Sections 4122 and 1548 of the Compiled Laws

of 1897, relating to funds into which license moneys shall be

paid. 95. An Act to construct a dormitory in connection with New Mexico

School of Mines at Socorro, New Mexico. 96. An Act with reference to fences across and along the public

roads. 97. An Act to regulate gambling licenses and for other purposes. 98. An Act to define the power and jurisdiction of the district courts

in all proceedings in aid of execution including attachment. 100. An Act to provide for the payment of the claim" of C. H. Laid

law for services rendered during the World's Columbian Ex

position at Chicago in 1893. 101. An Act to authorize the building and repair of sidewalks in

towns and cities. 102. An Act to create a preparatory school for New Mexico and to

provide for the maintenance thereof. 103. An Act relating to life, health and accident insurance and the

mutual plan and the conduct of the business of such insurance. 104. An Act for the protection of gardens and vineyards. 105. An Act to prevent the marriage of Negroes or Mulattoes with

whites. 106. An Act fixing the compensation of probate clerks in counties of

the second class. 107. An Act to define a legal fence and for other purposes. 109. An Act in relation to highways. 110. An Act relating to county current expense funds. 111. An Act providing compensations of sheriffs for attending the

probate courts and meetings of the county commissioners. 112. An Act for the protection of secret order men. 111. An Act extending the right of suffrage to women in certain cases. 115. An Act creating the Agricultural sub-Experimental Stations at

Las Vegas and Aztec, Territorial Institutions. 116. An Act relating to the examination and certification of teachers

and for other purposes. 117. An Act to amend Sections 2553 and 2554 of the Compiled Laws of

1897 of New Mexico, limiting the rates of interest. 118. An Act for the protection of public health. 119. An Act relating to delinquent taxes. 120. An Act providing salaries for justices of the peace and for other

purposes. 122. An Act, in relazion to the number and qualifications of jurors in

the district conrts of the Territory of New Mexico and to repeal Sections 930, 931 and 932 of the Compiled Laws of 1897 and for other purposes.

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124. An Act to fix, establish, determine and provide a sugar bounty

and to encourage the growth of sugar beets.

125. An Act to protect parties interested in acequias in the use of the

waters thereof and to make it an offense to take such water

unlawfully.

126. An Act to create the office of commissioner of mineral resources.

127. An Act to regulate the sale and manufacture of malt, spiritous

and vinous liquors and to repeal Section 4137 of the Compiled

Laws of 1897.

128. An Act to repeal Sections 1549 and 1550 of the Compiled Laws of

1897 relative to poll tax.

129. An Act to amend Section 1669 of the Compiled Laws of 1897.

Voters.

130. An Act to encourage horticulture and the manufacture of fruit

products.

131. An Act to amend sub-section six of Section 1737 of the Compiled

Laws of 1897 relating to exemptions of personal earnings.
132. An Act to amend that part of Chapter I, of Title V, of the Com-

piled Laws of 1897 which relates to building and loan associa-

tions. March 7, 1897.

133. An Act in relation to public highways and providing for the

maintenance of same and for the repeal of Sections 1831, 1832,

1833 and 1834 of the Compiled Laws of New Mexico of 1897.

134. An Act to amend Section 2186 of the Compiled Laws of the Ter-

ritory of New Mexico relating to certain liens.

135. An Act defining a lawful fence and for regulating the building of

fences.

136. An Act to extend the time for the payment of delinquent taxes.

137. An Act authorizing the purchase by the Territory of 250 volumes

of Money's Digest.

138. An Act extending the time for the payment of delinquent taxes.

139. An Act to amend Section 101 Compiled Laws 1897, relative to

stock.

140. An Act relating to cities and incorporated towns within the Ter-

ritory of New Mexico.

141. An Act to create the office of river commissioners in each pre-

cinct of the County of Dona Ana and for other purposes.

143. An Act to establish a reform school in the Territory of New

Mexico.

144. An Act for , he protection of grazing grounds adjacent to settle-

ments against damages caused by stock.

145. An Act, to amend Sections 1865, 1866, 1867 and 1868 of the Com-

piled Laws of 1897, relating to toll roads.

146. An Act in reference to ditches.

147. An Act to amend Section 3113 of the Compiled Laws of 1897 of

the Territory of New Mexico.

148. An Act providing for geological surveys in the Territory of New

Mexico.

149. An Act creating preparatory schools in the Territory of New

Mexico and providing for the maintenance thereof.

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HOUSE JOINT RESOLUTIONS.

3. Authorizing superintendent of public instruction to purchase a

typewriter. 8. Providing for making certain corrections in the inscriptions on

the monument in the plaza in the City of Santa Fe. 9. Providing for the completion of unfinished business by certain

officers of each house after the adjournment of the same. 10. Regulating the salary of a certain employe. 11. In relation to the Palace in Santa Fe. 12. To protect the health of the Thirty-third Legislative Assembly.

HOUSE MEMORIAL.

2. Protest of mayor and council of the City of Raton against the

passage of Council Bill No. 70, with statement of receipts and expenditures of said city for the last four years.

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HOUSE JOURNAL.

FIRST DAY.

MORNING SESSION.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, Santa Fe, N. M., January 16, 1899.

Monday, 12 o'clock M. This being the day designated by law for the organization of the Thirty-third Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New Mexico, the gentlemen having certificates to the House of Representatives of the Thirty-third Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New Mexico, met at the hall

of Representatives selected by the Secretary of the Territory, in the St. Michael's College building, in the City of Santa Fe, the capital of the said territory, this 16th day of January, A. D. 1899.

The Hon. George H. Wallace, Secretary of the Territory of New Mexico, then made his appearance, and at 11:30 a. m. called the assembly to order, and according to the requirements of law proceeded to call the roll of members elect from the different counties and districts of the Territory of New Mexico. After prayer offered by Rev. J. L. Gay, at the request of the Secretary of the Territory, the Secretary announced at the beginning of roll call that the members elect should appear at the bar of the House, in front of the Speaker's desk, as their names were called, so that he might administer to them the oath of office in a body.

The roll call by the Secretary and the members answering to the call and appearing at the bar of the House, are as follows:

First District—Colfax county, T. D. Lieb.
Second District— Mora county, Bernardo A. Romero.
Third District-Union county, John C. Slack.
Fourth District—San Miguel county, Rafael Gallegos.
Fourth District-San Miguel county, William H. Schultz.
Fourth District-San Miguel county, Ramon de Herrera.
Fourth District-Guadalupe county, Crescenciano Gallegos.
Fifth District-Santa Fe county, Victor Ortega.
Fifth District—Santa Fe county, William Kilpatrick.

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