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Chap. 205 (H. B. 35)
.Page 272 AN ACT to require the state board of education to prescribe a course
of moral training for public schools and to enforce its use.
Chap. 206 (H. B. 949)
..Page 273 AN ACT restricting and regulating the public carriage of passengers for
hire on the campus and grounds of the Mississippi Agricultural and Mechanical College and providing penalties for the violation thereof.
Chap. 207 (S. B. 473)
Page 273 AN ACT to amend section 1 of chapter 183 of the laws of 1914, entitled :
"An Act to authorize boards of supervisors to borrow money to pay teachers' salaries during the fall months when there is no school funds in the county treasury for paying same.
Chap. 208 (H. B. 965)
Page 274 AN ACT authorizing the board of trustees of the Mississippi Normal Col
lege to fix the salary of the head of that institution at not exceeding $4,800.00 per annum, and the salaries of the heads of the different de. partments of said institution at not exceeding $3,600.00 per annum, each, for the years 1922 and 1923, and that the same be paid as so fixed, out of the appropriation for the support of said institution for said years in the manner provided for in House Bill Number 274 of the legislature of the state of Mississippi of 1922.
Chap. 209 (H. C. R. 59)
Page 274 A CONCURRENT RESOLUTION authorizing and directing payment of
deficits of the Mississippi Industrial and Training School.
Chap. 210 (H. B. 93)
...Page 275 AN ACT to more effectively enforce prohibition in Mississippi.
.Page 276 AN ACT to make it unlawful for any person, persons or corporations, Chap. 214 (H. B. 891)
Chap. 211 (S. B. 40)
to own or have in possession certain stills or parts thereof.
Chap. 212 (H. B. 906)
Page 276 AN ACT to provide for the tile drainage of land within drainage dis
Chap. 213 (S. B. 339)
Page 290 AN ACT to so amend section 1 of chapter 269 of the laws of 1914 as to
take from one tenth of the land owners of a proposed drainage district (who may not own one thousandeth part of the land of such district) the power to create and control the temporary organization of such district, and to require the petition of one fourth or more of the land own. ers owning one fourth or more of the lands of such district as a condi. tion of such temporary organization.
.Page 293 AN ACT to authorize the formation and organization of sub-drainage dis
tricts within drainage districts theretofore organized under chapter 39 of the Mississippi code of 1906, and the acts of the legislature amend. atory of said chapter 39, and supplemental thereto, and prescribing the rights, powers and duties of such sub-drainage districts.
.Page 296 “An Act to create additional methods of organizing and maintaining drainage districts and providing for the validating of any districts heretofore organized under chapter 39 of the Mississippi code of 1906 that may petition to come under the provisions of this act.”
Chap. 215 (S. B. 192)
Chap. 216 (H. B. 29)
Page 298 AN ACT providing for the dissolution of drainage districts heretofore
created or that may be hereafter created under the laws of the state of Mississippi; providing how the same may be dissolved, and providing how the indebtedness of said drainage districts shall be paid.
Chap. 217 (S. B. 247)
Page 300 AN ACT requiring drivers and operators of motor vehicles for hire in
cities and towns to obtain permits from the municipal authorities; and providing for the revocation or suspension of such permits and for punishment for the violation of this act.
Chap. 218 (S. B. 96)
.Page 302 AN ACT to extend the time for the issuance of municipal bonds, which
have been heretofore authorized and validated, as provided by law.
Chap. 219 (H. B. 979)
.Page 303 AN ACT to provide the time of holding municipal elections in municipal.
ities of more than ten thousand and less than fifteen thousand inhabi. tants.
Chap. 220 (H. B. 246)
Page 303 AN ACT to empower and authorize the mayor and board of aldermen, or
the mayor and council of any municipality, upon receipt of a petition from a majority of resident property owners, to cut weeds, fill or seal cisterns, remove rubbish, dilapidated fences and buildings, to drain cess pools and standing water on property and to assess cost against property and to collect same along with taxes.
Chap. 221 (H. B. 848)
Page 304 AN ACT to authorize and empower municipalities to sell, assign or bor
row money on iromissory notes executed by property owners of the municipality in payment for paving of streets and laying of sidewalks, and to use the money obtained for the laying of other sidewalks and for the paving of other streets in the said municipality.
Chap. 222 (H. B. 630)
Page 303 AN ACT to amend section 3446 of the code of 1906 so as to make same
applicable to all cities, towns and villages.
Chap. 223 (S. B. 392)
Page 306 AN ACT authorizing municipalities to borrow money on paving certif
icates of indebtedness where streets are paved and the cost thereof is charged to abutting property owners.
Chap. 224 (S. B. 281)
Page 308 AN ACT to grant additional powers to the governing body of munici
palities in the matter of apportioning the cost and making assess. ments for street improvements.
Chap. 225 (H. B. 609)
Page 309 AN ACT to require boards of supervisors and boards of mayor and alder
men of towns and villages to prepare for publication, annually, a budget of county, town and village revenue and expenditures, towns and villages classifying; and also requiring chancery clerk and also clerk of muni. palities to keep regular sets of books, showing receipts and expenditures and to impose penalties for violations of this act.
Chap. 226 (S. B. 172)
Page 312 AN ACT to am’end section 543 of the code of Mississippi of 1906 (Hem
ingway's Code 300) so as to provide for the removal of the disability of minority from non-resident minors.
Chap. 227 (S. B. 60)
Page 312 AN ACT to amend section 620 of the Mississippi code of 1906 so as
to provide for the introduction of oral and documentary evidence on the hearing of motions to dissolve injunctions.
Chap. 228 (H. B. 650)
Page 313 AN ACT to amend section 657 of the Mississippi code of 1906 (section
419 of Hemingway's code) so as to provide for the confirmation in vacation by the chancellor or reports of sales or leases or partition in kind where there is no contest.
Chap. 229 (H. B. 619)
Page 314 AN ACT to amend section 721 of the code of 1906 as amended by chap
ter 167, of the laws of 1908, and chapter 214, of the laws of 1914, so as to provide that actions for injuries producing death may be brought either by the personal representative of the deceased prson or by those persons authorized by law to maintain such actions, and extending all rights therein provided for to illegitimates.
Chap. 230 (S. B. 389)
.Page 315 AN ACT to amend section 1305 of the code of 1906 so as to provide more
effective remedies for section 109 of the state constitution prohibiting public officers being interested in certain public contracts.
Chap. 231 (H. B. 336)
Page 316 AN ACT to amend chapter 31 of the Mississippi code of 1906 and chap
ter 213 of the laws of 1912 so as to prescribe a license and qualifications for the practice of dental hygiene in this state and to further regulate the practice of denistry and dental hygiene in this state and to provide a penalty for the violation of this act.
Chap. 232 (H. B. 267)
.Page 319 AN ACT to amend section 1655, code of 1906 (section 1387 Hemingway's
code), to provide for inheritance from illegitimates.
Chap. 233 (H. B. 397)
Page 320 AN ACT to amend section 1676 of the code of 1906 of Mississippi so as
to require all divorce proceedings to be heard in open court and at a regular or special term thereof.
Chap. 234 (S. B. 381)
Page 321 AN ACT to amend gection 2495 of the Mississippi code of 1906 so as to pro
vide who may commence proceedings in nuisance cases.
Chap. 235 (H. B. 135)
Page 321 AN ACT to amend section 3242 of the Mississippi code of 1906 de
fining the prohibition of marriage between relatives so as to prohibit marriages between blood cousins within the first degree.
Chap. 236 (H. B. 92)
Page 322 AN ACT to amend section 3408 of chapter 99 of the code of 1906 so as
to provide for the revision, codification, publication and adoption in pamphlet or book form of ordinances.
Chap. 237 (S. B. 334)
Page 323 AN ACT to amend section 3470 of the code of 1906, entitled “How sureties
may be relieved."
Chap. 238 (S. B. 360)
Page 323 AN ACT to amend section 3602 Mississippi code of 1906 so to re
peal that portion of the section authorizing the governor to discharge convicts for meritorious public service.
Cirap. 239 (H. B. 388)
Page 324 AN ACT to amend section 3786 of the Mississippi code of 1906 so as to
prohibit the operation of cane racks, knife racks, artful dodgers, punch boards, roll downs, merchandise wheels, slot machines and prescribing penalties.
Chap. 240 (H. B. 27)
Page 325 AN ACT to aniend sections 4316 and 4318 of the Mississippi code of 1906 so as to dispense with publication of the names of poll tax delinquents.
Chap. 241 (S. B. 237)
AN ACT to amend section 4333 of the code of Mississippi of 1906
(section 6967 Hemingway's code of 1917) so as to require the chan. cery clerks to ascertain from the records the names of owners of all lands sold for taxes, and to give notice to such owners of such sale and providing the penalty therefor.
Chap. 242 (H. B. 248)
Page 328 AN ACT to amend section 4416 of the code of 1906 abolishing exemp
tions from road tax except for disabled persons, ministers of the gospel, rabbi and priests.
Chap. 243 (H. B. 713)
AN ACT to amend section 4918 of the Mississippi code of 1906 so as to pro
vide that a written opinion of the supreme court shall also be rendered in all felonies where the punishment prescribed is ten years or more.
Chap. 244 (S. B. 535)
AN ACT to amend section 3 of chapter 143 of the laws of Mississippi for
1854 pertaining to election of trustees and to authorize investments by such trustees.
Chap. 245 (S. B. 323)
.Page 330 AN ACT to amend section 1, chapter 162, of the laws of 1912 and section
1, chapter 156, of the laws of 1918, so as to permit corporations to own, cultivate and improve lands for the purposes of dairying, or the growing of live stock, or forage, or grain to feed live stock, or the growing of fruits, nuts, seeds or vegetables, nursery stock, fruit trees and bulbs on cut over pine lands.
Chap. 246 (S. B. 213)
AN ACT to amend chapter 166 the laws of 1912, so as to regulate the ad
mission of patients into state charity hospitals, and for other purposes.
Chap. 247 (H. B. 491)
Page 333 AN ACT to amend chapter 141 of the laws of 1914, (Hemingway's code,
section 6657) relating to the manner in which the trusteds of state institutions may purchase supplies on competitive bids.
Chap. 248 (H. B. 983)
.Page 334 AN ACT to amend House Bill 491 chapter No. of the laws of Missis.
sippi of 1922 entitled, An Act to amend chapter 141 of the laws of 1914, relating to the manner in which the trustees of the state institutions may purchase supplies on competitive bids.
Chap. 249 (S. B. 411—L. S. 1920)
Page 335 AN ACT to so amend section 5, chapter 150 of the laws of 1914, as to
provide for the filling of vacancies in the office of district attorney in the same manner as is provided for chancellors and circuit judges.