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PASSED BY THE
STATE OF NEBRASKA,
Begun and Held at the City of Lincoln, Nebraska, January 5th, A. D.
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.
I, W. F. Porter, secretary of state of the state of Nebraska, do hereby certify that I have carefully examined and compared the annexed copies of the laws, joint resolutions, and memorials passed by the legislature of said state at its twenty-fifth session with the original rolls on file in this office, and that the same are true copies thereof.
In testimony whereof, I have here. (SEAL.] unto set my hand and affixed the great
seal of the state of Nebraska.
Done at Lincoln this 28th day of May, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety-seven, of the independence of the United States the one hundred and twentyfirst, and of this state the thirty-first, (Signed) W. F. PORTER,
Secretary of State.
The compilers of this edition of the Session Laws of 1897 have carefully followed the text of the enrolled bills, excepting the correction of a few plain errors in orthography and punctuation where such correction could not alter the meaning. In cases where words were omitted, or a palpably wrong word written in the enrolled bill, the correct word has been supplied, in brackets. In three or four cases known where errors were made in enrolling bills after their passage by the legislature, footnotes have been added giving the text as passed by both houses. The order of arrangement is the same as that of the Compiled Statutes of 1895. While this is not a logical or even always an alphabetical order, it is the one the public is accustomed to in consulting the statutes, and it seems inadvisable to change the same in the Session Laws until the order of arrangement in the Compiled Statutes is changed.