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CHAPTER 124.

[S. F. No. 302.]

AN ACT TO AMEND CHAPTER ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTY

General Laws of SEVEN (167) OF THE GENERAL LAWS OF THE YEAR ONE 1889, amending THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-NINE (1889),

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public schooi. BEING AN ACT ENTITLED "AN ACT TO AMEND AN ACT ENTITLED 'AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR ESTABLISHING A STATE PUBLIC SCHOOL,'

"" BEING CHAPTER ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY-SIX (146) OF THE GENERAL LAWS OF MINNESOTA FOR THE YEAR ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-FIVE (1885).

Admission of

Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Minnesota :

SECTION 1. That section two (2) of said act of one thous. and eight hundred and eighty-nine (1889), being Chapter children under one hundred and sixty-seven (167) of the General Laws of from disease. the year one thousand eight hundred and eighty-nine (1889), be amended as follows: By striking out the word

body," where it occurs in the seventh (7th) line of said section, and inserting in lieu thereof the words “free from disease."

Also by striking out the word “body," where it occurs in the ninth (9th) line of section sixteen (16) of said act of one thousand eight hundred and eighty-nine (1889), and inserting in lieu thereof the words "free from disease."

SEO. 2. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

Approved April 18, 1891.

CHAPTER 125.

[S. F. No. 873.]

AN ACT TO AMEND SECTION ONE (1) OF CHAPTER ONE

General Laws of HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-TWO (172) OF THE GENERAL 1889, amending LAWS OF ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND EIGHTY. Chap. 172-ses

sions of boards NINE (1889).

of county commissioners.

Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Minnesota :

SECTION 1. That section one (1) of Chapter one hundred and seventy-two (172) of the General Laws of one thousand eight hundred and eighty-nine (1889) be amended so as to read as follows:

"The board of county commissioners shall meet at the county seat of their respective counties, for the purpose of

transacting such business as may devolve upon or be brought before them, on the first (1st) Tuesday after the first (1st) Monday of January, and on the second (20) Monday of July in each year, and may hold such extra sessions as they deem necessary for the interests of the county. Such extra sessions shall be called by a majority of the board, and the clerk shall give at least ten (10) days' notice thereof to the commissioners; but no regular session shall

continue longer than six (6) days, and no extra session days of regular longer than three (3) days; Provided, That the limitation or special ses- of the number of days of the regular or extra sessions shall sions not to apply to Carver not apply to Carver county." county.

SEC. 2. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

Approved April 21, 1891.

CHAPTER 126.

[S. F. No. 66.).

General Laws of 1889, amending Chap. 210, amending the Penal Code.

AN ACT TO AMEND CHAPTER TWO HUNDRED AND TEN (210)

OF THE GENERAL LAWS OF ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUN.
DRED AND EIGHTY-NINE (1889), RELATING TO THE SEL-
LING OF POISON.

Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Minnesota :

Relating to sale of poisons.

SECTION 1. Chapter two hundred and ten (210) of the General Laws of eighteen hundred and eighty-nine (1889) is hereby amended by striking out of the first (1st) section thereof the words “whose signature is attached to the order," found in the sixteenth (16th) and seventeenth (17th) lines of such section; and by adding to section two (2) of said Chapter two hundred and ten (210) the following words:

Provided, That the provisions of this section shall not apply when the sale is made upon the written prescription or order of some practicing physician.”

SEC. 2. This act shall take effect and be in full force from and after the date of its passage.

Approved March 25, 1891.

CHAPTER 127.

[S. F. No. 203.]

AN ACT TO AMEND CHAPTER TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY

General Laws of FIVE (225) OF THE GENERAL LAWS OF THE STATE OF 1889, amending MINNESOTA FOR THE YEAR ONE THOUSAND EIGHT Chap. 225-in

corporation HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-NINE (1889), BEING AN ACT RE- fees. QUIRING THE PAYMENT OF FEES INTO THE STATE TREASURY BY CORPORATIONS UPON FILING ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION.

Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Minnesota :

SECTION 1. That Chapter two hundred and twenty-five (225) of the General Laws of the state of Minnesota for the year one thousand eight hundred and eighty-nine (1889) entitled "An act requiring the payment of fees into the state treasury by corporations upon the filing of articles of association, or upon increase of capital stock,” is hereby amended by adding the following provision to section three (3) of said chapter:

Provided, None of the provisions of this act shall apply Manufacturing to any manufacturing corporation or association whose incorporations articles provide that its functions shall be limited to the paying fees. business of manufacturing and to business essential thereto.

Provided further, That none of the provisions shall apply to or in any manner affect corporations which may be certain farming

incorporations organized for the purpose of raising and improving live stock, cultivating and improving farm, garden or horti. cultural lands, growing sugar beets, or any corporation formed or created for the purpose of canping fruits or vege. Also, local teletables, or the local telephone companies connecting towns phone comor villages of less than two thousand (2,000) inhabitants panies. each."

SEC. 2. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

Approved March 25, 1891.

exempt.

CHAPTER 128.

[H. F. No. 926.]

General Laws of 1889, amending Chap. 215, re. lating to salary of insurance commissioner.

AN ACT TO AMEND SECTION TWO (2) OF CHAPTER TWO

HUNDRED AND FORTY-FIVE (245) OF THE GENERAL
LAWS OF ONE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED AND EIGHTY.
NINE (1889).

Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Minnesota :

SECTION 1. Section two (2) of Chapter two hundred and forty-five (245) of the General Laws of one thousand eight hundred and eighty-nine (1889) is hereby amended as follows: By inserting after the words “per annum," in the second line of said section two (2), the words, “which said sum is hereby appropriated out of any moneys in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated.”

SEC. 2. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

Approved April 20, 1891.

CHAPTER 129.

[H. F. No. 1241.]

General Laws of 1889, amending Chap. 258 – sale of reform school property.

AN ACT TO AMEND CHAPTER TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY.

EIGHT (258) OF GENERAL LAWS OF ONE THOUSAND EIGHT
HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-NINE (1889), ENTITLED “AN ACT
RELATING TO THE STATE REFORM SCHOOL,” APPROVED
FEBRUARY TWENTY-EIGHTH (28TH)ONE THOUSAND
EIGHT HUNDRED AND EIGHTY-NINE (1889).

Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Minnesota :

SECTION 1. Chapter two hundred and fifty-eight (258) of General Laws of Minnesota for one thousand eight hundred and eighty-nine (1889), entitled “An act relating to the state reform school,'' is hereby amended by adding thereto the following sections, numbered respectively as follows, to-wit:

“Sec. 42. If the board of managers of the Minnesota State Reform School are at any time unable or deem it inexpedient to sell any part of the lands described in section one (1) of the act hereby amended, in the manner provided in said act, or are unable or for any reason deem it inexpedient to effect the loans provided for in sections

Provisions for making a loan upon unsold lands.

managers.

twenty-nine (29) to thirty-five (35), inclusive, of said act, they may and are hereby authorized to negotiate and make a loan or loans for the purpose of completing the erection and equipment of the buildings for the use of said school, upon the permanent site therefor in the county of Goodhue, in form and manner as follows, to-wit:

First — The said board shall, by resolution, declare that Action of board in their judgment it is neces ry to make a loan, specifying of reform school the amount thereof, for the purpose of putting in condition for occupancy the reform school buildings. Such resolution shall also designate such lots, blocks and tracts of the present site of said reform school, in St. Paul, and now known as 'D. W. Ingersoll's addition to St. Paul, Minnesota,' as may then be unsold; and shall set aside and reserve the same, and all proceeds thereafter derived from the sale thereof, to the state of Minnesota, for the payment of the principal and interest of said loans and the reimbursement to said state of any and all moneys by it paid or advanced on account thereof.

Second- A copy of such resolutions, embraced in a cer. Certificate to be tificate, signed by the president and secretary of said board, fled with land reciting the fact and date of adoption of such resolution, shall be delivered to and filed with the commissioner of the land office of the state.

Third The said commissioner shall thereupon issue Land commisand deliver to the state treasurer certificates under his hand sioner to issue and official seal, which shall recite the fact that the said state treasurer board are by this act authorized to negotiate and make a

reciting the loan of the aggregate amount in said resolution stated, and that they have set aside and designated the lots, blocks and tracts of land in said resolution described, and all proceeds to be derived from the sale thereof, to the state as security for the prompt and full payment of said loan, and that in State of Minneconsideration of such designation and setting aside of said sota guarantees lands and proceeds, the state of Minnesota guarantees the made. payment of said loan.

“Said certificate shall also state that under and by virtue of this act the said board of managers are authorized to borrow upon said certificate the amount of money to be therein specified, with interest thereon not exceeding the rate of six (6) per cent, payable semi-annually; and that such principal and interest are so payable, upon presentation of said certificate to the state treasurer, out of the proceeds derived from the sale of said lands, if the same be sufficient therefor, and if not, then the deficiency shall so be paid out of any other moneys in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated.

Fourth --The said board of managers shall endorse upon such certificates of said commissioner their certificate signed by them, or a majority of them as such board, to the effect that they have caused to be borrowed thereon, for the use of said school, the amount therein stated; that

facts.

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