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189 148 (S. B. 46) AN ACT to provide for the election of l'nited States senators oy
the people and fixing the time and prescribing the manner of election.- 191 149 (S. B. 248) AN ACT to amend section 3700 of the code of 1906 so as to pro
vide uniform dates for congressional primary elections, and to provide for the nomination of United States senators
193 150 (S. B. 90) AN ACT to provide for the election of judges of the circuit court
and chancery courts, and to fix the beginning and expiration of their terms of office.
194 151 (S. B. 266) AN ACT not to allow an appeal from the circuit court to the supreme court by any person who has entered a plea of guilty
196 152 (S. B. 91) AN ACT regulating contracts of surety between common carriers
and their employes, and sureties upon such contracts, and fixing penalties for violations of said acts
196 153 (S. B. 2) AN ACT to validate all municipal bonds heretofore authorized by
a legal majority of the qualified electors thereof for the purpose of con
structing public slaughter houses, abbatoirs or other municipal buildings 198 154 (S. B. 38) AN ACT to authorize municipalities to loan their sinking funds,
reserve funds and surplus funds on approved real estate security, or to invest the same in other bonds.
199 155 (S. B. 31) AN ACT authorizing the chancery court or chancellor to reduce
the bonds of assignees, receivers, executors, etc., when it shall appear that any bond given is in excess of the value of the estate, and providing that the chancery court or chancellor in vacation may upon five days' notice to the surety, cancel the bond or reduce same to an amount siufficent to protect the estate
200 156 (S. B. 214) AN ACT to abolish the doctrine of the assumption of risks of employes in all cases where the master is igent
200 157 (S. B. 385) AN ACT to authorize the board of supervisors of the several
counties of the State to transfer in their discretion all surplus funds that may accumulate in the general county fund to the common scool fund of the county
201 158 (H. B. 27) AN ACT giving the qualified electors of any municipality in the
State of Mississippi the right of the initiative, the referendum and the recall...
201 159 (H. B. 702) AN ACT to confer jurisdiction of the chancery curt to appoint
trustees of the property in this State of non-residents, lunatics and persons of unsound mind confined without the State and to define the duties of such trustees
205 160 (S. B. 608) AN ACT to provide for the collection of a permanent State ex
hibit at the Panama Pacific International Exposition of the agricultural and other resources of the State of Mississippi and the appointment of a Mississippi exposition commission and defining their duties and to author
ize the board of supervisors of the varous counties and the boards of aldermen and municipal commissions of the various cities, towns and villages of the State to appropriate money for the same
205 161 (S.B. 587) AN ACT to empower boards of supervisors, boards of aldermen,
city councils and municipal commissions to appropriate money for eshibits and exhibition buildings at the Southern States Fair, PanAmerican Exposition, to be held in the city of New Orleans, State of Louisiana, in the years 1914-1915.
207 162 (S. B. 160) AN ACT to prohibit cotton seed oil companies and cotton com
press companies and other persons, associations and corporations engaged in the business of manufacturing or refining cotton seed oil and its products, and making or manufactiurng cotton seed meal and other cotton seed products and by-products, and compresses from owning, buying, leasing or operating any cotton gin in this State, or from selling cotton bagging, cotton ties, and for other purposes
207 163 (S. B. 526) AN ACT to create the office of factory inspector of all factories
that employ women and children; to provide funds for the expense thereof; defining the duties of such inspector; repealing sections 4 and 9 of chapter
165 of the acts of 1912; providing penalties for violations of this act.--- 209 164 (S. B. 101) AN ACT prohibiting boy's under twelve and girls under fourteen
from working in any cotton mill or knitting mill and prohibiting boys under fourteen and girls under sixteen from working in any cotton nuill or knitting mill more than eight hours in any day, and permitting all other employes of cotton mills or knitting mills to work not more than ten hours in any day
212 165 (H. B. 280) AN ACT to prohibit persons, firms or corporations to work
female labor or girls in laundries, millinery, dressmaking, stores, or mercantile establishments, theaters, on in the telephone or telegraph offices or any other occupation not here enumerated from working their employes more than ten hours per day except in cases of emergency or where public
necessity requires and fix penalty for violation of same. 166 (H. B. 14) AN ACT to require corporations, companies, associations, par
tnerships and individuals engaged in manufacturing and employing public labor and every public service corporation doing business in this State, to pay employes every two weeks or twice each month.
215 167 (S. B. 378) AN ACT to amend House Bill No. 14, entitled “An act to require
corporations, companies, associations, partnerships and individuals engagedin manufacturing and employing public labor and every public service corporation doing business in this State to pay employes every two weeks, or twice each month," approved February 5, 1914...
216 168 (H. B. 670) AN ACT to am nd chapter 157 of the laws of 1912, entitled “An
act to prohibit persons, firms or corporations engaged in manufactiurng or repairing, from wo: king their employes more than ten hours per day, except in cases of emergency or where public necessity requires so as to exempt persons, firms or corporations exclusively handling or converting perishable agricultural products in season and using exclusively adult male labor and fixing the penalty for such violation.
169 (S. B. 54) AN ACT to amend section 1 of House Bill No. 628, chapter 157 of
the laws of 1912 so as to provide that persons may work twenty minutes additional the first five days of the week, same to be deducted from the last day of the week..
217 170 (S. B. 275) AN ACT prescribing the number of persons who shall constitute
a crew for passenger and freight trains propelled by steam operating or
run over a railroad, or any part thereof, in the State of Mississippi..... 218 171 (H. B. 76) AN ACT to fix the “age of consent” at eighteen years.. 219 172 (H. B. 353) AN ACT to authorize the board of mayor and board of aldermen
of any municipality within this State having not more than two thousand inhabitants to create fire districts, and granting them power to contract for or otherwise to provide for the laying of water mains and for the establishment and maintenance of a fire service within such district for a period of twenly-five years, and for the extension of the boundaries of such districts, and granting them power to levy an assessment on the property within such fire district for its establishment and maintenance..
220 173 (H. B. 398) AN ACT to provide for the creation of road districts in the State of Mississippi....
221 174 (H. B. 421) AN ACT to provide additional methods of working public high
ways in counties and providing for the creation of road districts and the
233 175 (H. B. 367) AN ACT authorizing counties to construct and maintain im
proved public highways to connect with improved public highways of
237 176 (H. B. 750) AN ACT to amend chapter 145 of the laws of 1912, entitled “An
act to amend chapter 149, acts of 1910, entitled 'An act to authorize the board of sypervisors to construct and maintain public roads in one or more supervisors' districts of the various counties of the State, to issue bonds and levy taxes for that purpose; and providing for the manner in which the said roads shall be constructed and maintained; and how bonds shall be issued and taxes levied for that purpose,' so as to provide that the board of supervisors of any county in which one or more supervisors' districts, or parts of districts, which have or may come under the operation of said chapter 149 of the acts of 1910, may elect, by an order on its minutes to that effect, to work all of the public roads in such district or districts, or parts of districts, by contract, and to provide the manner in which the same shall be done," so as to provide for maintenance and upkeep of roads by other methods than by contract, etc., etc.---
242 177 (H. B. 746) AN ACT to authorize the boards of supervisors to require
good roads districts within their districts to connect their good roads.- 250
Chapter 178 (H. B. 747) AN ACT to authorize the road commissioners to turn over to
the county and boards of supervisors to receive for the county, good roads constructed under any of the various methods of building good roads authorized by law and providing for the upkeep and maintenance of the same..
251 179 (H. B. 748) AN ACT to authorize the loaning out of sinking funds of good roads districts.
251 180 (H. B. 413) AN ACT to enable counties to co-operate with municipalities
in said county in the counstruction, improvement and maintenance of certain highways.
252 181 (H. B. 749) AN ACT to authorize and empower counties and good roads
districts to buy and own, or to lease, gravel, clay, sand or chirt beds, or
land containing other road building material, and to sell any excess thereof 253 182 (H. B. 544) AN ACT to cure any defects or irregularities or any supposed
defects or irregularities arising on the question of the sufficiency of title to House Bill No. 81, chapter 255 of the acts of the legislature of 1912, being “An act to provide for the transportation of pupils in consolidated school districts," and providing for the issuance of bonds for the erection repair and equipment of school buildings.
253 183 (S. B. 26) 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..
254 184 (H. B. 802) AN ACT to fix a place of holding an election in consolidated
school district whenever it shall become necessary to vote on any question that may be required by law to be submitted to the qualified electors of said school district..
255 185 (H. B. 153) AN ACT to require teachers in agricultural high schools to pass
the examination required of applicants to teach in the public schools and in addition thereto an examination in the studies they are required to teach...
255 186 (H. B. 685) AN ACT to amend section 3 of Senate Bill No. 4 of the laws of
1910, entitled "An act to provide for the establishment of county agricultural high schools and to provide for the equipment and maintenance of same".
256 187 (S. B. 126) AN ACT to amend sections 4519, 4522 and 4567 of the Missis
sippi code of 1906 so as to change the time for the election of trustees of
257 188 (H. B. 381) AN ACT to amend chapter 104 of the law of 1908, relating to offering prizes to the corn clubs of the public schools.-
258 189 (H. B. 225) AN ACT providing for the levying and collecting of taxes on property of rural school districts for school purposes..
259 190 (S. B. 50) AN ACT to provide for county departments of home economics.. 260 191 (H. B. 479) AN ACT to amend section 2 of Senate Bill No. 4, chapter 122
of the laws of 1910, entitled “An act to provide for the establishment of
Page county agricultural high schools, and to provide for the equipment and maintenance of the same," so as to provide for an election against the tax levy every four years.
260 192 (H. B. 128) AN ACT to amend chapter 218, Senate Bill No. 80 of the laws
of 1910, entitled “An act to amend section 4531 of the Mississippi code of 1906 so as to avoid the necessity of annually petitioning for a tax levy for the maintenance of rural separate school districts," changing the qualifications of petitioners.
262 193 (H. B. 86) AN ACT to amend section 4530 of the Mississippi code of 1906 so
as to authorize the organization of separate school districts in unincorporated districts, with taxable valuation of not less than two hundred thousand dollars, in addition to those now authorized by law.
262 194 (H. B. 210) AN ACT to provide for the consolidation of municipal separate,
school district and to create separate school districts by combining municipal corporations and adjacent territory and to provide for the management of the same.-
263 195 (H. B. 315) AN ACT to authorize rural separate, consolidated, and other
school districts, having territory lying in two or more counties, to issue bonds for the erection, repair, and equipment of school buildings, and to indicate method of procedure therein...
264 196 (S. B. 573) AN ACT to amend section number 3, House Bill No. 81, chapter
255 of the laws of 1912, being an act to provide for the transportation of pupils in consolidated school districts and for the issuance of bonds for the erection and repair of school buildings, amending the same so as to designate
what bonds shall be counted in calculating the limit on such districts. --- 265 197 (H. B. 92) AN ACT to amend Senate Bill No. 79, chapter 159, of the acts of
the legislature of 1912, being an act to authorize boards of supervisors to issue bonds for the erection, repair and equipment of school buildings, to levy taxes for fuel and other incidental expenses in certain cases
266 198 (S. B. 575) AN ACT authorizing the board of trustees of the higher educa
tional institutions to trade a certain block of land owned by the Agricultural and Mechanical College to Pat Joiner for a certain block of land contiguous to the property of the A. & M.College and facing the rock road running from Starkville to the college.
268 199 (H. B. 557) AN ACT amending section 4829 of the code of 1906, so as to
require the Mississippi railroad commission to meet the first Tuesday of
each month and at such other times and places as its duties may require 268 200 (H. B. 331) AN ACT requiring all railroads selling mileage or penny script
books to pull the same on their trains, when presented by the holders for
transportation between points wholly within the State of Mississippi.--. 269 201 (H. B. 330) AN ACT to amend section 2416 (2200) of the Mississippi code of 1906, directing how surplus money of ward disposed..
270 202 (H. B. 401) AN ACT to amend section 2420 of the Mississippi code of 1906,
so as to enable a guardian, with the approval of the chancery court, or the chancellor in vacation, to encumber the real estate of the ward for the purpose of borrowing money to preserve the same.