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fireman, engineer, motorman, conductor upon any railroads, in or about establishments where nitroglycerine, dynamite, daulin, guncotton, gunpowder, or other high or dangerous explosives are manufactured, compounded, or stored; nor in any other employment declared by the state board of health to be dangerous to the lives or limbs, or injurious to the health or morals of children under the age of sixteen (16) years. State Health Board to Decide What Are Injurious Callings.
SEC. 6. The state board of health may from time to time determine whether or not any particular trade, process of manufacture, or occupation, or any particular method of carrying on such trade, process of manufacture, or occupation is sufficiently injurious to the lives or limbs, or injurious to the health or morals, of the minor under the age of sixteen (16) years, employed therein to justify their exclusion therefrom, and may prohibit their employment therein. Messengers Must Be Over 18 when Employed at Night Work.
SEC. 7. In incorporated cities and towns no person under the age of eighteen (18) years shall be employed or permitted to work as a messenger for a telegraph or messenger company in the distribution, transmission, or delivery of goods or messages before 5 o'clock in the morning, or after 10 o'clock in the evening of any day. Eight Hours a Day's Work for Children-Exception.
SEC. 8. No boy under the age of sixteen (16) years and no girl under the age of eighteen (18) years shall be employed or permitted or suffered to work at any gainful occupation, other than domestic service or werk on a farm, more than forty-eight hours in any one week, nor more than eight hours in any one day. The presence of a child in any establishment during working hours shall be prima facie evidence of its employment therein.
Penalties for Violation of Act.
Sec. 9. Whoever employs any child, and whoever, having under his control as parent, guardian, or otherwise, any child, permits or suffers any child to be employed or work in violation of any of the provisions of this act, shall for such offense be fined not less than five ($5) dollars nor more than two hundred ($200) dollars or to be imprisoned for not less than ten (10) days nor more than thirty (30) days, or both, in the discretion of the court. Other Penalties.
SEC. 10. Whoever continues to employ any child in violation of any of the provisions of this act, after being notified thereof by a school attendance officer, or other authorized officer, shall for every day thereafter that such employment continues be fined not less than five ($5) dollars nor more than twenty ($20) dollars.
From Revised Laws of 1912 Mendicant, Immoral, Etc., Occupations.
SEC. 6823. Every person who shall employ, or cause to be employed, exhibit, or have in his custody for exhibition or employment any minor actually or apparently under the age of eighteen years; and every parent, relative, guardian, employer, or other person having the care, custody, or control of any such minor, who shall in any way procure or consent to the employment of such minor
1. In begging, receiving alms, or in any mendicant occupation; or 2. In any indecent or immoral exhibition or practise; or
3. In any practise or exhibition dangerous or injurious to life, limb, health, or morals; or
4. As a messenger for delivering letters, telegrams, packages,or bundles to any house of prostitution or assignationshall be guilty of a misdemeanor. Age Limit.
SEC. 6824. Every person who shall employ, and every parent,guardian, or other person having the care, custody, or control of such child, who shall permit to be employed, by another, any male child under the age of fourteen years or any female child under the age of sixteen years at any labor whatever, or in connection with any store, shop, factory, mine, or any inside employment not connected with farm or housework, without a written permit thereto of a judge of the district court of the county wherein such child may live, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.
BONDING FOR COUNTY HIGH-SCHOOL BUILDING AND DORMITORIES An Act to provide for bonding counties for building and equipping county
high schools and dormitories or for either one of these purposes, and other matters properly connected therewith.
Approved March 25, 1913 Question of Bonding Counties for High Schools Submitted to Popular Vote.
SECTION 1. Whenever the county board of education in any county having a county high school shall certify to the board of county commissioners of such county that a new county high-school building or dormitory, or both of these, are needed, or that it is necessary to enlarge one or both of the buildings in use, and that the cost of the same is such that it is expedient to raise the necessary money therefor by direct levy and that a bond issue for the purpose is advisable, and shall furnish the board of county commissioners with a definite statement of the amount of money needed therefor, said board of county commissioners is hereby authorized and directed to submit the question of bonding the county for the amount named to the voters of the county at the next general election; or said board may, in its discretion, order a special election if so requested by the county board of education. County Commissioners to Order Such Election.
SEC. 2. The board of county commissioners may make an order for the bond election provided for in this act at any regular meeting or at a special meeting held not less than eight weeks before any general or special election, which election shall be noticed, held, and conducted, and returns thereof made as and in the manner now provided by law for holding elections in the several counties of the state.
Election Notice, What to Contain.
The election notice must contain:
Second - The hours during the day in which the polls will be opened, which hours shall be the same as at general elections.
Third—The amount of the bonds, the rate of interest, and the number of years, not exceeding twenty, the bonds are to run.
There shall be placed upon one line of the printed ballots for such election the words "For the bonds” (and upon the following line the words "Against the bonds"] The method of indicating choice thereof shall be the usual method prescribed in this state. Commissioners to Issue Bonds-Interest Limit Six Per Cent.
SEC. 3. If upon the official determination of the result of such election it shall appear that a majority of all the votes cast are "For the bonds” the board of county commissioners, as soon as practicable thereafter, shall issue the negotiable coupon bonds of the county in such form and denomination as the county board of education may direct, but not in conflict with the election notice thereof, said bonds to run for a period not to exceed twenty (20) years from the date of issue and to bear interest at a rate not exceeding six (6) per cent per annum, payable semiannually, both principal and interest payable at such place as the board of county commissioners may direct, said bonds not to be sold at less than their par value. Before any of the bonds provided for in this act are sold, notice of the proposed sale must be given by publication in a newspaper of general circulation in the county for at least three weeks, inviting sealed bids to be made for said bonds, and the bonds shall be sold to the highest and best bidder. Bonds To Be Signed and Attested.
SEC. 4. All bonds issued under the provisions of this act shall be signed by the chairman of the board of county commissioners, attested by its clerk, sealed with its seal, and countersigned by the county treasurer; and each of the interest coupons attached to said bond shall be signed by the original or engraved facsimile signature of said chairman, clerk, and treasurer. Bonds To Be Registered.
SEC. 5. Before any county shall issue bonds under the provisions of this act, all such bonds shall be presented to the treasurer of the county to be duly registered by him in a book kept for that purpose in his office, which shall show the amount, the time of payment, and the rate of interest; and all such bonds shall bear the certificate of the county treasurer to the effect that they are issued and registered under the provisions of this act. After such registry the bonds shall be sold for the purpose of raising funds for the objects designated in this act. Special Tax for Interest on Bonds and for Sinking Fund for Redemption.
SEC. 6. Whenever a county shall issue any bonds under the provisions of this act, it shall be the duty of the board of county commissioners to annually levy and assess a special tax on all the taxable property of such county including the net proceeds of mines in an amount sufficient to pay the interest accruing thereon promptly when and as the same become due, according to the tenor and effect of said bonds, and the county treasurer shall collect the same as other taxes are collected, in cash only,
keeping the same separate from other funds received by him, and shall cause said interest to always be promptly paid at the place of payment specified in the bonds; if there be any surplus after paying said interest, the treasurer shall without delay pass the same to the credit of the county high-school fund, and such money so passed to the credit of said fund, shall be subject to the disposal of the county board of education and in the tenth year after the year in which the bonds are issued or in the fifth year after the issue of said bonds provided the board of county commissioners so determine, and annually thereafter until the full payment of such bonds has been made, the board of county commissioners shall levy and assess a special tax, and shall cause such special tax to be collected on all the taxable property of the county including the net proceeds of mines, sufficient to raise annually a proportion of the principal of said bonds equal to a sum produced by taking the whole amount of said bonds outstanding and dividing it by the number of years said bonds then have to run, which amount shall be levied, and assessed and collected by the county treasurer in the same manner as the tax for the payment of the interest coupons, and when collected shall be known as the "County High-School Bond Sinking Fund" and shall be used only for the payment of said bonds which said county treasurer shall cause to be paid at the place of payment specified in such bond. The sinking fund thus created may be applied to the purchase and cancelation of the outstanding bonds provided for in this act. At the maturity of such bonds the county treasurer shall call in and pay them with the interest accrued thereon, and shall duly cancel each bond, and certify his action to the board of county commissioners and the county board of education. the event the funds to pay interest are not collected in time to permit the payment of the interest on said bonds when the same shall become due, the county treasurer shall pay the amount due out of the general county fund and then reimburse said fund for the amount so borrowed from it when said interest funds are collected. Maximum Bonding Limits.
Sec. 7. The maximum bonding limit of counties for county highschool purposes under the provisions of this act shall be as follows:
1. For counties having a total assessed valuation of two million five hundred thousand (2,500,000) dollars or less, two and one-half per cent of such valuation.
2. For counties having an assessed valuation of over two million five hundred thousand (2,500,000) and less than five million (5,000,000) dollars of assessment valuation, two per cent of such valuation.
3. For counties having an assessed valuation of five million (5,000,000) dollars and less than ten million (10,000,000) dollars of assessed valuation, one and one-half per cent of such valuation.
4. For counties having ten million (10,000,000) dollars or over of assessed valuation, one per cent of such valuation. Property Not Released from Taxation by Change in Boundary Lines.
SEC. 8. No change in the boundary lines of any county shall release the taxable real property of the county from assessment and levy of the taxes to pay the interest and principal of such bonds, and if there shall be any change in the boundary of such county so as to leave out any portion of the taxable real property of the county which was subject to taxation in the county at the time of the issue of such bonds, the assessment and levy of taxes for the payment of the principal and interest of such bonds shall be made on such property as if it were still within the county, and if there shall be any change in the boundary lines of such county so as to annex or include any taxable or real property, after the issue of such bonds, the real property so included or annexed shall thereafter be subject to the assessment and levy of a tax for the payment of the principal and interest of such bonds. Taxes a Lien on Property. SEC. 9.
All taxes levied and assessed as in this act provided shall constitute a lien on the property charged therewith, from the date of the levy thereof by the county commissioners, or the entry thereof on the assessment roll of the county auditor, until the same are paid, and thereafter, if allowed to become delinquent, shall be enforced in the same manner as is now provided by law for the collection of state and county taxes. And no additional allowance, fee, or compensation whatever shall be paid to any officer for carrying out the provisions of this act. Repeal.
SEC. 10. All acts and parts of acts in conflict with this act are hereby repealed.
SECTIONS OF GENERAL ACTS IN REVISED LAWS OF NEVADA, 1912,
APPLYING TO EDUCATIONAL FUNDS 1619. Escheated Estate Funds Paid to State for Educational Purposes.
Sec. 5. Each executor, administrator, and public administrator, on final settlement of an estate and proper order of the court having jurisdiction in the matter thereof, or before final settlement, upon the regular order of the court aforesaid, shall pay over all moneys of such estate to the lawful heirs, or legatees, or devisees thereof, and if there be none of either, then to the county treasurer, and the county treasurer shall pay the same to the state treasurer, and if the same escheat to the state, the state treasurer shall place the same in the fund devoted and pledged to educational purposes. 1625. Recovery Action by Heirs-If Not Sustained Money Must Be Paid
into Irreducible School Fund. SEC. 12. Any money paid into the state treasury under the provisions of this act, excepting from an escheated estate, may be recovered by the rightful heirs or legatees thereof in the following manner, viz: Such heir or heirs, legatee or legatees, may present their claim therefor to the district court which had jurisdiction of the final settlement of the estates to which such money belonged, and make proof of the validity of such claim, after notice given to the attorney-general of the state, to the satisfaction of such court, under such rules as it may prescribe. If satisfied on the hearing that such claimant or claimants are rightfully entitled to the same, the court shall enter a decree that such money be paid to him or them. Such decree shall then be certified to the state board of examiners, stating the amount thereby found to be due, and the said board shall allow the same, certify it to the controller, who shall draw his warrant therefor on the treasurer, and who shall pay the same; provided, no proceedings shall be maintained under the provisions of this