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Former Legislative Service-Brooks, S. 29; Bruce, S. 29; Courtright, S. 29; Crawford, S 29; Crossley, S. 28, 29; Dowell, H. 25, 26, S 29; Dunham, H 28, 29;
Eckles, H. 22, 28: Elerick, H. 19; Ericson, H. 14, 8. 26, 27; Garst, 8. 25, 26, 27, 28, 29: Harper, S. 29; Hartshorn, S. 29; Hasselquist, H. 28, 29; Hayward, 8.27, 28, 29;
Hogue, S. 29; Hopkins, S. 28, 29; Hughes, H. 27, 28, 29; Jamison, S. 24, 25; Jones, H. 28, 29; Lambert, H. 26, 27, S. 28, 29; Lewis. H 22, 23, 8. 24, 25, 29;
Lyons, S. 27, 28, 29; Maytag, S. 29; Molsberry, 8. 29; Saunders, elected to fill vacancy in S. 29; Smith (Fred N.), elected to fill vacancy in S. 28. 29;
Smith (James A.), H. 22, 23, S. 28, 29; Spaulding, H. 24, 25, 26, S. 29; Stuckslager, H. 28, 29; Warren, H. 28, 29; Whipple, S. 29; Wilson (John L.), H 25,
26, S. 27, 28, 29; Winne, S. 29; Young (D. A.), S. 27, 28, 29; Young (Henry), H. 24, 25; Young (John A.), S. 29.

Military Service-Crawford, 1st Lieut., 3d Iowa Infty.. Captain, 4th U. S Vet. Vol. Infty; Eckles, Private, Sergeant, 2d Lieut. and Captain
Co. D, 34th Ill. Vet. Vol. Infty.; Elerick, Captain Co. A. 59th lil. Vet. Vol. Infty.; Harper, Captain 46th U. S. C. T.; Hughes, Sergeant Co. G, 28th
lowa Infty.; Stookey, Private 47th Iowa Infty.; Turner, Corporal Co. K, 51st Iowa Infty., S. A. W.; Young (John A.), Captain Co. A, 25th Iowa
Infty.
Married-44. Single, Dowell, Jackson, Newberry, Winne-4. Widowers Elerick, Ericson-2.

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SCHEDULE

Showing the bills which, as originally introduced or as modified by amendments, became laws, with date of approval by the Governor and the chapter number of the session laws of the Thirtieth General Assembly.

GENERAL LAWS.

Chapter

Engrossed bill.
H. F. 244-AN ACT to repeal the law relating to the amendment and
repeal of statutes which appear as chapter two (2) of the
laws of the Twenty-seventh (27th) General Assembly,
and as section forty-one-a (41-a) of the Supplement to the
Code, and to enact a substitute therefor. Approved March
7, A. D. 1904.

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H. F. 353-AN ACT to amend sections fifty-five (55), fourteen hundred 2 and nineteen (1419), fourteen hundred and forty-one (1441), fourteen hundred and ninety-five (1495), eighteen hundred and forty-two (1842), eighteen hundred and forty-three (1843), twenty-three hundred and eightyeight (2388), thirty hundred and seventy-four (3074), thirty-one hundred and nine (3109), thirty-one hundred and thirty-one (3131), thirty-two hundred and eighty-four (3284) and forty-four hundred and seventy-four (4474) of the Code and the law which appears as section sixteen hundred and eighteen (1618) of the Supplement to the Code, relating to the publication of legal notices. Approved April 12, A. D. 1904.

S. F. 2-AN ACT to amend section one hundred and thirteen (113) of the Code, and to provide for securing to the State interest on public funds. Approved March 31, A. D. 1904.

H. F. 247-AN ACT relating to the payment by the State of the premiums of surety companies on the bond of the State treasurer and deputy State treasurer. [Additional to chapter four (4) Title two (2) of the Code, relating to the treasurer of State.] Approved April 9, A. D. 1904.

S. F. 217-AN ACT defining the duties and powers of the Secretary of State with references to the State documents and other State publications, and amending section one hundred and twenty-six (126) of the Code. Approved March 12, A. D.

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GENERAL LAWS-Continued.

Chapter.

Engrossed bill.
H. F. 402-AN ACT providing for the disposition of State documents,
publications and laws, not required for public uses.
[Additional to chapter five (5) of Title two (II) of the
Code, relating to printing and binding.] Approved April
9, A. D. 1904.

S. F. 341-AN ACT requiring all boards, commissions, departments and
officers of State to turn into the State treasury all fees
collected, and to file with the Executive Council state-
ments of expenses and per diem allowances to be paid by
the State, and repealing all acts or parts of acts incon-
sistent with this act. [Additional to chapter seven (7) of
Title two (11) of the Code, relating to the Executive
Council.] Approved April 13, A. D. 1904.

S. F. 338-AN ACT repealing chapter eight (8) of title two (II) of the Code, relating to the census, and enacting in lieu thereof a substitute providing for the taking of the census, and making an appropriation therefor. Approved April 13, A. D. 1904.

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H. F. 227-AN ACT regulating appointments, employment, and movals in the public departments and upon public works in the State of Iowa, and the counties, cities and towns thereof. [Additional to Titles two (II), three (III), four (IV) and five (V) of the Code, relating to state, judicial, county, township, city and town officers.] Approved March 21, A. D. 1904.

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H. F. 302-AN ACT to amend section two hundred and twelve (212) 10 of the Code, relating to the salary of the Assistant Attorney-General, and fixing his compensation. Approved March 24, A. D. 1904.

S. F. 90-AN ACT enlarging the powers of the district court, and 11 to regulate the treatment and control of dependent, neglected and delinquent children. [Additional to chapter five (5), Title three (III) of the Code, relating to the district court.] Approved April 7, A. D. 1904.

H. F. 310-AN ACT amendatory to the law as it appears in chapter 12 five-a (5-a) of Title three (III) of the Supplement to the Code, relating to appointment of trustees by district court to manage, control and invest cemetery funds. Approved April 12, A. D. 1904.

H. F. 222-AN ACT defining the duties of clerks of district courts in 13 cases of suspension or revocation of the license of an attorney or counselor at law to practice. [Amendatory to chapter ten (10) Title three (III) of the Code.] Approved March 7, A. D. 1904.

S. F. 55-AN ACT to amend section three hundred and fifty-four (354) 14 of the Code, in relation to compensation of jurors. Approved February 10, A. D. 1904.

H. F. 452—AN ACT to amend section four hundred and three (403) of 15

the Code, relating to county bonds. Approved April 12,

A. D. 1904.

S. F. 169—AN ACT to amend the law as it appears in section four 16

hundred and three (403) of the Code relating to funding

and refunding outstanding county indebtedness. Ap-

proved April 7, A. D. 1904.

H. F. 374—AN ACT to amend the law as it appears in section four 17

hundred and thirty (430) and four hundred and thirty-

three (433) of the Code, relative to the power and duty

of boards of supervisors with regard to indigent soldiers,

sailors and marines. Approved April 13, A. D. 1904.

H. F. 180-AN ACT to amend the law as it appears in section four 18

hundred and forty-one (441) Supplement to the Code,

relating to number of papers authorized to publish the

proceedings of the board of supervisors. Approved

April 6, A. D. 1904.

H. F. 248-AN ACT to repeal section four hundred seventy-nine (479) 19

of the Code, relating to the compensation of county

auditors, and to enact a substitute therefor. Approved
April 6, A. D. 1904.

H. F. 96-AN ACT to amend section four hundred ninety-four (494) 20

of the Code, relating to the duties of the county recorder.

Approved March 30, A. D. 1904.

H. F. 140-AN ACT to amend the law as it appears in section four 21

hundred ninety-five (495) of the Code and in section four

hundred ninety-six (496) of the Supplement to the Code,

relating to the compensation of county recorders. Ap-

proved March 21, A. D. 1904.

H. F. 329-AN ACT to amend section five hundred sixty (560) of the 22

Code, relating to township clerk and trustees. Approved

March 30, A. D. 1904.

H. F. 150-AN ACT to amend the law as it appears in section five 23

hundred eighty-six (586) of the Supplement to the Code,

relating to the powers of township trustees. Approved

April 12, A. D. 1904.

8. F. 62-AN ACT to amend section seven hundred twenty-eight (728) 24

and section seven hundred thirty (730) of the Code,,

relating to library trustees and library treasurer, and to

legalize the maintenance and control under joint owner-

ship and control of cities and towns and institutions of

learning. Approved April 13, A. D. 1904.

8. F. 149-AN ACT to amend the law as it appears in section seven 25

hundred and thirty-two (732) of the Supplement to the

Code, relating to the support and maintenance of free

public libraries. Approved April 13, A. D. 1904.

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