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Chap. 118 (S. B. 196)
Page 106 AN ACT to amend section 1 of chapter 107, of the acts of 1918, changing
the privilege tax on near beer and other diinks.
Chap. 119 (S. B. 372)
tive to the privilege tax on 'electric light companies.
Chap. 120 (S. B. 399)
..Page 108 AN ACT to provide for the raising of revenue by amending section 12
of chapter 104 of the laws of 1920, relating to privilege taxes on the bottling and sale of non-alcoholic and non-cereal carbonated and non-carbonated drinks, and to repeal section 3781 of the Mississippi code of 1906 and section 3 of chapter 104 of the laws of 1920.
Chap. 121 (H. B. 141)
Page 110 AN ACT to amend section 37, chapter 104, of the laws of 1920, relating
to privilege tax on marble dealers.
Chap. 122 (S. B. 119)
..Page 110 AN ACT to amend section 9, chapter 105, of the laws of 1920, relative
to imposing privilege tax on transient merchants and providing how tax shall be collected.
Chap. 123 (S. B. 353)
..Page 111 AN ACT to amend section 3783 of the Mississippi code of 1906 as
amended by section 5, chapter 104 of the laws of 1920, fixing a privilege tax on brokers and agents and stock salesmen.
Chap. 124 (S. B. 118)
Page 112 AN ACT to amend section 1, chapter 200, of the laws of 1910 by a'd
ing the words "slot machines”.
Chap. 125 (H. B. 741)
Page 113 AN ACT to amend section 10, chapter 105 of the laws of 1920, fixing the
privilege taxes on house movers.
Chap. 126 (H. B. 661)
AN ACT fixing privilege license tax on amusement parks.
Chap. 127 (H. B. 721)
Page 114 AN ACT to amend chapter 106, acts of 1920, so as to put privilege tax on
six wheel log wagons.
Chap. 128 (H. B. 488)
Page 114 AN ACT to amend section 8 of chapter 111 of the laws of 1920 so as
to reduce the registration fee on motor vehicles from $2.00 to $1.00. Pay to state highway fund the residue.
Chap. 129 (H. B. 747)
.Page 115 AN ACT to amend section 3873 of the Mississippi code of 1936, as amend
ed by chapter 73 of the laws of 1908, in regard to privilege tax on dealers in second-hand clothing and second-hand shoes, and fixing the privilege tax on dealers in renovated or reclaimed second-hand army clothing, boots, shoes and blankets.
Chap. 130 (H. B. 930)
Page 116 AN ACT to amend section 25 of chapter 109, laws of 1918, entitled, “An
Act taxing the net estates of decedents, and inheritances, legacies and gifts, so as to give the state the right of recovery in proper cases in aid of the proceeding to assess inheritance taxes.
Chap. 131 (S. B. 164)
Page 118 AN ACT to reduce privilege tax on persons dealing in pistols and other
deadiy weapons, shot guns and riilos excepted.
Chap. 132 (S. B. 279)
.Page 119 AN ACT to so amend section 68 chapter 104 of the laws of 1920 rezulat
ing privilege taxes on warehouses and fix the privil ge on such warehouses where only cotton is stored as to make the rate in proportion to the number of bales of cotton stored.
Chap. 133 (H. B. 978)
.Page 120 AN ACT to amend sections 11 ard 12 of chapter 213 of the acts of the leg.
islature of 1920, so as to require one-half of all the privilege taxes on motor driven vehicles to be paid into the county treasury of the county in which collected, for use in the discretion and judgment oi the board of supervisors, in the construction and maintenance oi highwa, s and of bridges and culverts on same, in the county.
Chap. 134 (S. B. 185)
..Page 121 AN ACT to exempt hospitals receiving charity patients from taxation.
Chap. 135 (M. B. 317)
.Page 122 AN ACT to prevent the collection of damages on taxes delinquent for
the fiscal year of 1921, until on and after April 1st, 1922.
Chap. 136 (S. B. 480)
AN ACT to change the time in which taxes become delinquent
Page 123 AN ACT to prevent the tax collectors of the various counties or munne Chap. 138 (H. B. 34)
Chap. 137 (S. B. 524)
ipalities of the state from selling lands on the first Monday of April, 1922, for the taxes, delinquent thereon for the fiscal year of 1921, damages or costs, under section 4326, Mississippi code of 1906, and continuing such sales advertised for said date without further advertisement or notice until the first Monday of May, 1922; extending the time for filing the conveyance to individuals and lists of lands struck off to the state in the proper office; preventing the collection of damages on taxes delinquent for said fiscal year of 1921, until on and after May first, 1922; and providing for the benefits of House Bill No. 415 of the legislature of the state of Mississippi of 1922.
.Page 124 AN ACT to encourage manufactures and new enterprises of public
utility by exemption from taxation.
Chap. 139 (S. B. 521)
.Page 126 AN ACT to amend House Bill 34 of the laws of 1922 so as to make certain
Chap. 140 (H. B. 414)
Page 127 AN ACT to amend section 4901 of the Mississippi code of 1906 so as to
provide for the convening of the supreme court on the second Monday of September instead of the second Monday of October.
Chap. 141 (S. B. 502)
.Page 128 AN ACT redistricting the eighth and tenth chancery court districts of the
state of Mississippi, and fixing the terms of chancery court in the counties comprising said districts, and fixing the time of holding circuit courts in the twelfth circuit court district of the state of Mississippi.
Chap. 142 (H. B. 849)
AN ACT to amend chapter 105 of the laws of 1910 as amended by chap
ter 138 of the laws of 1920, so as to change the time of holding circuit court in Wayne county.
Chap. 143 (S. B. 65)
.Page 131 AN ACT fixing the time and places of holding chancery court in the
ninth chancery district, and repealing all other laws, or parts of laws in conflict therewith,
Chap. 144 (H. B. 99)
..Page 131 AN ACT fixing dates for holding terms of circuit court in Franklin
Chap. 145 (H. B. 946)
Page 132 AN ACT amending an act entitled, “An Act fixing dates for holding
terms of circuit court in Franklin county."
Chap. 146 (S. B. 391)
.Page 132 AN ACT to repeal section 1 (A) of chapter 268 of the laws of 1914
fixing a civil and criminal week for each term of circuit court in Tallahatchie county.
Chap. 147 (S. B. 527)
Page 133 AN ACT to provide for the first six days of all terms of the circuit court
in the second judicial district of Tallahatchie county shall be devoted to civil business only.
Chap. 148 (S. B. 223)
Page 133 AN ACT to so amend section 1 of chapter 134 of the laws of 1920 as to
provide for three weeks civil term of the circuit court of Holmes coun. ty, Mississippi.
Chap. 149 (S. B. 217)
.Page 134 AN ACT to amend chapter 139, laws of 1920, relative to a change in
terms of the chancery court of Leake county, Mississippi, of the sixth court district.
Chap. 150 (S. B. 56)
Page 135 AN ACT to amend chapter 117 of the laws of 1918; fixing time of
holding circuit court in the eighth judicial district.
Chap. 151 (S. B. 59)
.Page 136 AN ACT fixing the time for holding terms of circuit court in the counties
comprising the second and the twelfth and the fifteenth circuit court districts, and for holding terms of chancery court in the counties comprising the eighth chancery court district so as to avoid, so far as practicable, conflicts between such terms in adjoining counties.
Chap. 152 (H. B. 424)
Page 139 AN ACT to amend section 34 of chapter 105 of the laws of 1910,
chapter 256, laws of 1916, so as to reduce the number of court days in the fifteenth circuit court district in Jefferson Davis and Marion counties.
Chap. 153 (S. B. 540)
.Page 140 AN ACT to amend chapter 137, House Bill No. 137 of the laws of 1920 so
as to fix the time of holding court in the fourteenth circuit court district.
Chap. 154 (S. B. 295)
Page 140 AN ACT amending chapter 119 of the laws of Mississippi, 1918, fixing
the terms of the several circuit courts of the seventeenth circuit court district of Mississippi, as follows:
Chap. 155 (S. C. R. 2)
Page 141 A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION inserting in the state constitution
the amendment thereof making all levee commissioners elective.
Chap. 156 (H. C. R. 4)
Page 142 A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION to insert into the constitution of the
state of Mississippi the amendment thereto imposing a uniform poll tax upon the male and female inhabitants of the state of Mississippi. Chap. 157 (H. C. R. 5)
Page 143 A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION to insert into the constitution of the
state of Mississippi the amendment thereto in reference to pensions of confederate soldiers and sailors and widows of such soldiers and sailors.
Chap. 158 (S. C. R. 12)
Page 144 A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION to amend section 135 of the constitution
of the state of Mississippi so as to abolish the office of county treasuror.
Chap. 158(a) (H. C. R. 12)
.Page 145 A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION proposing an amendment to section
170 of the state constitution, prescribing the jurisdiction of boards of supervisors over roads, ferries and bridges.
Chap. 159 (H. B. 988)
.Page 146 AN ACT fixing and equalizing the salaries of the state officers, judges,
chancellors, district attorneys, and legislators and their subordinates.
Chap. 160 (S. B. 1)
Page 151 AN ACT to repeal chapter 102 of the acts of 1916 and chapter 122
of the acts of 1920 in so far as they fix the salaries of sheriffs and tax collectors, chancery and circuit clerks and their deputies and to provide for such officers, such compensation as was fixed by the laws as they existed on the first Monday in January, 1916, and to amend section 2196 of the code of 1906
the fees and commissions of tax collectors for the collection of taxes.
Page 155 AN ACT ratifying and confirming the retention by any sheriff and tax
Chap. 161 (S. B. 141)
collector or the payment by levee boards to said sheriff and tax collector of commissions not exceeding the amount allowed by law for taxes collected for the years for which said taxes were collected, even though said taxes were collected after December 31, of such year.
Chap. 162 (S. B. 286)
Page 156 AN ACT for the relief of tax collectors who collected taxes under assess
ments and tax rolls approved by the board of supervisors and delivered to them before they were approved by the board of state tax commissioners, and for the relief of tax collectors who after the approval of such assessments and rolls collected taxes and allowed tax payers credits for the amounts previously paid, and to prevent suits against such tax collectors, and abate such suits as have been instituted.
Chap. 163 (H. B. 226)
Page 157 AN ACT to fix the salaries of the county superintendent of education,
county treasurer and boards of supervisors of the various counties of the state.