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I, Gilbert L. Laws, secretary of state of the state of Ne braska, do hereby certify that I have carefully examine and compared the annexed copies of the laws, joint resolu tions, and memorials passed by the legislature of said state a its twentieth session with the original rolls on file in this of fice, and that the same are true copies thereof.
In testimony whereof, I have here unto set my hand, and affixed th great seal of the state of Nebraska.
Done at Lincoln this first day o July, in the year of our Lord on thousand eight hundred and eighty seven, of the independence of th United States the one hundred an eleventh, and of this state the twenty first.
G. L. LAWS, Secretary of State.
The marginal notes of this volume of laws will show the volume of statutes where any prior law upon the same subject may be found. The volume of statutes published in 1866 is referred to as “Rev. Stat.," and that published in 1873 as “Gen. Stat.” The legislature adjourned Mar. 31, 1887. Where there is no emergency clause in any of these acts, by force of Sec. 24, Art. III. of the Constitution, they could not take effect at all until July 1, 1887, three calendar months after the adjournment of the legislature. But, under an act approved February 25, 1873, “concerning the enacting and regulating of statutes,” “Gen. Stat.,” 1056, all acts silent on the subject take effect July 1, 1887. See opinion of the supreme court in Roesink v. Barnett, 8 Nebraska Reports, 146.
G. L. LAWS,
Secretary of State.
HIS EXCELLENCY HON. JOHN M. THAYER, GOVERNOR, Grand
Hon. H. H. SHEDD, LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR, Ashland.
Hon. JOSEPH SCOTT, COMMISSIONER PUBLIC LANDS AND
Hox. WM. LEESE, ATTORNEY GENERAL, Seward.