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159 An act to amend section one (1) of house file number forty-nine (49),

an act entitled “An act to furnish seed grain for distribution in

certain counties," approved February twenty-fourth (24th), one

thousand eight hundred and ninety-one (1891) ......

160 An act to appropriate money for the erection of a monument over the

common grave of thirteen (13) persons massacred by the Sioux

Indians, August twentieth (20th), one thousand eight hundred and

sixty-two (1862)................

161 An act to provide for the payment to the Pipestone County Agricultural

Society a pro rata share of the annual state appropriation to county

agricultural societies and other societies............

162 An act to appropriate money to aid in building roads and bridges and

draining lands in certain counties of this state.......

163 An act to appropriate money for the general expenses of the state

government, and to appropriate money for certain general expenses,

for the fiscal years ending July thirty-first (31st), eighteen hundred

and ninety-one (1891), July thirty-first (31st), eighteen hundred

and ninety-two (1892), July thirty-first (31st), eighteen hundred

and ninety-three (1893); and for other purposes therein named for

the fiscal year ending July thirty-first (31st), eighteen hundred and

ninety-two (1892), and annually thereafter, and for the support of

state institutions, and for certain other purposes named therein......

164 An act to appropriate money for the expenses of the present session of

the legislature........

165 An act to appropriate money for additional legislative expenses for

the current session......

166 An act to appropriate forty-one thousand dollars ($41,000) for current

expenses for state reformatory from January first (1st), eighteen

hundred and ninety-one (1891), to July thirty-first (31st), eighteen

hundred and ninety-one (1891), and to reimburse for deficit of

twelve thousand three hundred and thirty-three dollars and twenty-

five cents ($12,333.25) up to January first (1st), eighteen hundred

and ninety-one (1891)..... ......

167 An act for the relief of Jared S. Crandall of the county of Goodhue....

168 An act to reimburse the county of Redwood for expenses incurred in

the prosecution of the murderers William Rose and Clifton Holden..

169 An act to reimburse the county of Wilkin for expenses incurred in

the prosecution of Andrew Wold for the murder of Hans J.

Haugen........

170 An act for the relief of Thomas Monahan, and to appropriate money

therefor.........

171 An act to appropriate money to the city of Fergus Falls, to reimburse

said city for moneys expended in grading of Fir avenue and State

street upon lands belonging to the third state insane hospital, in

said city...

172 An act to appropriate money to reimburse Mrs. A. C. Lull for guns

and ammunition from A. C. Lull by the militia of the State of

Minnesota and used in the suppression of the Indian outbreak of

one thousand eight hundred and sixty-two (1862).........

173 An act to appropriate money for Mrs. Augusta Hjortsberg....

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AMENDMENT

TO THE

CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE.

ADOPTED IN THE YEAR 1890.

AN ACT PROPOSING AN AMENDMENT TO SECTION FOUR (4)

OF ARTICLE ONE (1) OF THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF MINNESOTA. SECTION 1. (Adding at the end of section four (4) the following paragraph): And the legislature may provide May provide for

a five-sixth jury that the agreement of five-sixths (5) of any jury in any civil

in civil notions. action or proceeding; after not less than six (6) hours' deliberation, shall be a sufficient verdict therein.

[Being Chapter 1 of the General Laws of 1891.] Voted upon at the general election held November fourth (4th), eighteen hundred and ninety (1890), and adopted by a vote of 66,929 in favor of said amendment, and a vote of 41,341 against the same.

Proclamation of the vote issued by the governor December twenty, eighteen hundred and ninety (1890).

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ERRATA.

The letters and words included in brackets [ ] in this volume of General Laws are not in the enrolled copies of the acts approved by the Governor and filed with the Secretary of State; they are found in the original or engrossed copies that were voted upon by the legislature, but were omitted or incorrectly copied in the enrolled acts.

Errors in grammatical construction and omissions of words, in the printed copy, may be traced to the fact that the errors and omissions appear in the original and subsequent copies of the acts as engrossed and enrolled.

ERRORS AND OMISSIONS IN GENERAL LAWS OF 1889.

In chapter 20, page 315, section 4, thirteenth line, the word vendee should read vendor.

Chapter 12 "An act to prohibit prize fighting and sparring matches," was accidentally omitted from the general index of subjects.

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