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House Bill No. State live stock sanitary board - - Re-creation of..

306 State normal school-Tax levy of five cents.

55 State officials-Employment of relatives..

382 State soldiers' and sailors' orphans' home-Board of trustees.. 464 State soldiers' home_Cemetery improvements-Funds of deceased members to be used for...

111 Orphanage--Children kept until 18 or 20 years of age... 206 Steam and electric railways-Danger signals-At highway crossings at expense of counties.

163 Streets--Assessments-Time fixed for payment of....

291 Resurfacing-Boards of work to determine character.

60 Tax of five cents for upkeep..

58 Suffrage, See also Women-Voting Summons-Courts—Civil cases.....

280 Superior courts, See Courts-Superior Surveying-Land--Regulating practice....

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Tax law-Inheritance--Discounts for payment in one year-Interest charge if overdue.....

316 Taxation-Administration of.

182 Agricultural experiment station of Purdue-Providing funds... 127 Assessment of 8% on school plant for transfer of children... 64 Dogs Exemption-Colleges

8 Mortgaged real estate-Not to exceed one-half the assessed value

156 Property of Indianapolis salvage corps.

160 Timberlands.....

77 For upkeep of permanently improved roads.

..58 Inheritance-Amending law....

396 Joint stock land banks....

90 Levy of five cents for Indiana and Purdue Universities and State Normal School.....

55 Schools--Fixing a levy of 20 cents on $100..

144 Securities owned by banks......

260 Streets-Time fixed for payment.

291 Vocational education.....

194 Teachers--Institute-Township-One Saturday in each month.

350 Junior high schools-- Training course for licenses....

118 Tenement houses-Construction-Size of rooms regulated.....

201 Text books-Dealers appointed by county superintendents—Limits profit to 25%...

50 Timber–Tax exemption..... Title-Land-To clear in case of W. C. Smith..

215 Townships-Assessors—Employing assistants.

33 Schools-Joint supervision with cities,

360 Trustees--Ex-officio road supervisors..

271 Transfer of surplus funds...

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House Bill No. Track elevation statutes-South Bend permitted to carry out program under way...

208 Traction companies—Upkeep of crossings.

56 Traffic-Right of way at road intersections.....

12 Transportation of prisoners—Methods and mileage. Truancy, See Schools-Attendance officers Trust companies--Power to do general banking....

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Venereal diseases-Persons admitted to institutions—Laboratory of state board of health for tests. ....

119 Vermillion County-County seat-Relocation repeal.

170 Vocational education—Taxation for...

194 Vocational rehabilitation-Benefits of Congress for promotion of accepted ....

185 Voting-Women-Marriage not to interfere with residence.

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War-Histories-Counties-County boards authorized to expend money to publish for sale.....

254 War memorial boards—Non-Partisan....

7 War memorials—No admission may be charged.

238 Cities authorized to acquire grounds...

286 Counties may acquire grounds for...

287 Indianapolis

288 Water courses-- Diverted for power purposes upon payment of damage 129 Water power-Diverting of water courses provided for upon payment of damages..

129 Weapons--Dangerous-Carried by robbers—Penalty.

9 Weeds—Along right of way to be destroyed.....

178 Women-Voting-Marriage not to interfere with residence.

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Zoning-Classifying, regulating and restricting location of industries

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MISCELLANEOUS INDEX

Page Alldredge, Senator John S., Prayer by..

136, 283 Allen county bar association, Resolution from.

364 Allen county farmers' association, Resolution from.

323 American flint glass workers' union, Local No. 72, Protest.

413 Andrews, Rev., Prayer..

528 Appropriations, Committee to supervise.

692 Auditor's office report, Request for..

631 Bacon, Rev. W. E., Prayer..

429 Bainum, Senator, Prayer..

298 Baptist church, Lafayette, Protest

510 Barnes, Mrs. Ray, Solo.

636 Bible, Use in schools, Petition concerning.

307 Bills, Posting of before third reading..

976 Bowers, Senator, Prayer..

446 Branch, Lieutenant-Governor Emmet F., Address.

141 Gifts presented to.

1025 Prayer

740 Warrants

. 1027 Broadway Methodist church, Protest from.

561 Brookston residents, Petition from..

560 Brown, Jerome, Elected principal doorkeeper.

4 Warrants

1027 Brown, Rev. Lewis, Prayer.

571 Buchanan, Senator, Prayer.

166, 192, 507, 979 Bush, Lieutenant-Governor Edgar D., Address,

139 Presentation of gavel to.

160 Warrants

1027 Caroline Scott Harrison chapter, Protest from

391 Carsons, Rev. Wm., Prayer...

172 Cass county residents, Petition from.

443 Chalmers citizens, Protest from...

560 Clark, Hon. Champ, Resolution on death of.

855 Clayton high school association, Resolution from.

387 Clinton and Boone counties, Protest from.

487 Coal and food commission report......

510 Committee on employing assistants appointed.

7 on employing assistants report.

1025 on Governor's inauguration...

978 to accompany Governor to House.

146 to ascertain status of Senate Bill No. 92.

993 to inquire after Senator Cann......

225 to supervise all bills carrying appropriations.

692 Cravens, Senator, Thanks to..

160 Takes chair..

.276, 381, 480, 664 Danville citizens, Resolution from.

474 Daughters of American Revolution, Protest from .

391, 561 Decatur county citizens, Protest from.

308 Deering, Rev., Prayer...

306 Delaware county citizens, Protest from.

537 Doorkeeper, Election.

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1038 Warrants

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