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OFFICE OF SECRETARY OF STATE

Jackson, Miss., May 18, 1928.

I, Walker Wood, Secretary of State of the State of Mississippi, do hereby certify that the Acts and Resolutions contained in this volume have been compared with the original Enrolled Acts and Resolutions now on file in this office, and that the same are true and correct copies.

The apparent omission of words and inaccuracies of language appear in the Enrolled Acts.

In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the Great Seal of the State of Mississippi.

Done at the city of Jackson, this 18th day of May, 1928.

(Seal)

WALKER WOOD,

Secretary of State.

Chap. 1 (H. B. 200)......

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AN ACT to appropriate money to defray the expenses of the legislative, executive and judicial departments of the state government.

Chap. 2 (S. B. 299)......

Page 8

AN ACT to amend section 12 of chapter 178 of the laws of Mississippi of 1926 pertaining to the shipping of game birds or game and furbearing animals from the state.

Chap. 3 (S. B. 13).......

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AN ACT to amend section 9 of chapter 116 of the laws of Mississippi of 1924 (section 6652, Hemingway's Annotated Mississippi Code, 1927), so as to authorize the expenditure of motor vehicle privilege taxes in the construction and maintenance of any of the public high ways, bridges and culverts of the county.

Chap. 4 (S. B. 155)................

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AN ACT to provide for the acquisition of land in the state of Mississippi by the United States for governmental purposes; to cede jurisdiction to the United States under certain limitations; and for other purposes.

Chap. 5 (H. B. 303).

Page 10 AN ACT to amend section 1 of chapter 216, laws of 1924 (section 4291 Hemingway's Code of 1927) so as to authorize the board of supervisors of any county in the state of Mississippi to revise the budget of their respective counties at any one regular meeting held not later than May of that year in which a new term of office for boards of supervisors begins; Provided, that this act shall not validate or invalidate any contracts entered into by the board of supervisors of the preceding term.

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AN ACT providing a means for determining the lands in the overflowed district of the Mississippi delta which are to receive the benefit of House Bill No. 151 approved January 24, 1928.

Chap. 7 (H. B. 182).

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AN ACT to amend section 12 of chapter 245 of the laws of 1916, section 5589 of chapter 137 of Hemingway's Annotated Mississippi Code of 1917, and section 6454 of chapter 148 of Hemingway's Annotated Mississippi Code of 1927, so as to raise the rank of aides appointed by the governor on his staff from the unorganized militia to the title of colonel.

Chap. 8 (H. B. 169)...........

Page 13 AN ACT to amend house bill number 3 of the laws of 1928, approved January 11, 1928, so as to provide for the abatement of damages on privilege taxes on motor vehicles, trailers, etc., provided such taxes are paid on or before the first day of February, 1928, and providing for refund of county and state's part of such damages.

Chap. 9 (H. B. 151)..... Page 14 AN ACT to prevent the tax collectors of the counties and or municipalities of the state which were wholly or partially inundated by the flood waters of the Mississippi river during the year 1927, from selling lands so flooded on the first Monday of April, 1928, for the taxes delinquent thereon for the fiscal year 1927, damages or costs, under section 4326, Mississippi Code of 1906; postponing such sales until the first Monday of June, 1928; preventing the advertisement of such sales until after May 1, 1928; extending the time for filing the conveyance to individuals and lists of land struck off to the state in the proper office; preventing the collection of damages on taxes delinquent for said fiscal year of 1927 until on and after May 1, 1928.

Chap. 10 (H. B. 114).

Page 15 AN ACT to amend chapter 138 of the laws of 1922, amended by chapter 139 of the laws of 1922, so as to provide that the tangible property therein exempted from taxation shall include such new buildings or structures as may be erected by others, for the purpose of being leased or rented and actually leased or rented to such factories or enterprises together with the lands necessary therefor.

Chap. 11 (H. B. 3).

Page 16 AN ACT to abate the collection of damages on tags and containers for automobiles and motor vehicles provided that all such tags and containers are paid for on or before the first day of February, 1928. Chap. 12 (H. B. 8).

Page 16 AN ACT to fix the term of the levee commissioners for the YazooMississippi Delta Levee District and the Mississippi Levee District; to provide for the nomination of candidates for the office and for the election of the commissioners of said districts; and for the filling of vacancies in such office.

Chap. 13 (H. B. 240)............

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AN ACT to repeal section 3518 of the code of 1906, as amended by chapter 4 enacted at the extraordinary session of 1913, being section 6160 of Hemingway's Mississippi Code of 1917, with reference to shipping oysters in the shell out of the state.

Chap. 14 (H. B. 34)...

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AN ACT to appropriate the sum of one hundred and five thousand ($105,000.00) dollars to repay money borrowed by the governor for use by the national guard and state board of health in flood relief work.

Chap. 15 (H. B. 2).

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AN ACT making an appropriation to cover the expenses of the regular session of the legislature of 1928.

Chap. 16 (H. B. 134)....

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AN ACT to appropriate money for the payment of principal and interest on state of Mississippi bonds where appropriations have been made and are now lapsed, or which will lapse in the years 1928 and 1929.

Chap. 17 (H. B. 135)...

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AN ACT to appropriate money for the payment of interest on state of Mississippi bonds maturing for the month of February, 1928.

Chap. 18 (H. B. 373)...

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AN ACT amending section 1, chapter 319 of the laws of 1924, section 9053, Hemingway's Code of 1927, commonly known as a "sea wall or road protection act" so as to more clearly define what is a part of the road protection; and to fix a limitation on the time of the sale of the bonds issued for the purpose.

Chap. 19 (H. B. 374).

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AN ACT amending section 9, chapter 319 of the laws of 1924, section 9061 Hemingway's Code of 1927, so as to permit the counties whose roads are affected by tide water to levy an additional three cent tax on gasoline, etc., instead of two cents, and to refund or pay municipalities and property owners on bonds or taxes for money expended for road protection under certain conditions.

Chap. 20 (S. B. 47).

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AN ACT making an appropriation for the maintenance and support for the indigent soldiers, sailors, and wives and widows, at Beauvoir, Mississippi, and providing for a method for the disbursement of

same.

Chap. 21 (H. B. 136).

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AN ACT to appropriate money for the payment of principal of Mississippi bonds maturing for the years 1928, 1929 and January, 1930. Chap. 22 (H. B. 191).....

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AN ACT to appropriate the sum of $2,665.84 for the payment of a deficit incurred for general repairs and improvements at the Mississippi Industrial and Training School.

Chap. 23 (H. B. 244).

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AN ACT to amend section 5068 of Hemingway's code and section 2605 of the code of Mississippi of 1906, so as to provide for reciprocal recognition of Mississippi life insurance agents in transacting business in adjoining states.

Chap. 24 (H. B. 269)..

Page 29

AN ACT to amend section 3448 of the Mississippi code of 1906, section 2781 of Hemingway's code of 1917, relating to seals of notaries public.

Chap. 25 (H. B. 291)...

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AN ACT to provide that counties which have heretofore contributed to the purchase of lands or construction of buildings for agricultural high schools owned jointly by two or more counties shall have an interest in said agricultural high school, and fixing the proportion thereof.

Chap. 26 (H. B. 295).....

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AN ACT to amend chapter 207 laws of 1926 relating to the time within which boards of supervisors may issue bonds in certain cases. Chap. 27 (H. B. 318).. Page 31

AN ACT providing for the investigation and licensing of life insurance agents by the state insurance commissioner and under certain circumstances the cancellation of such licenses for cause after hearing.

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