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binding, and mechanical execution, and approximately equal in size, the following books, viz.: The primer, to Werner's Primer, and to contain not less than ninety-six pages, including colored illustrations and number lessons; the drawing-books or drawing portfolios, to Walter's Industrial Drawing; reading chart, to Wooster's Primary Reading Chart; the geometry (the work to include both plane and solid geometry), to Phillips and Fisher's Elements of Geometry (abridged); the Latin grammar, to Harkness's Latin Grammar; the Latin exercises, to Collar and Daniel's First Latin Book; the Cæsar, to Harkness's Cæsar; the Cicero, to Allen and Greenough's Cicero; the Virgil, to Harper and Miller's Virgil's Æneid; the general history, to Myers' General History; the English history, to Montgomery's English History; the rhetoric, to Genung's Elements of Rhetoric; English Literature, to Shaw's Outline to English and American Literature; the botany, to Bergen's Elements of Botany; zoology, to Packard's Elements of Zoölogy; chemistry, to Shepard's Inorganic Chemistry; geology, to Dana's Text-book of Geology (Rice); word analysis, to Swinton's Word Analysis; German exercises, to CollarEysenbach's German Lessons; German grammar, to Otto's German Conversation Grammar; descriptive astronomy, to Todd's Astronomy. (Laws 1899, ch. 176, sec. 1.)

SEC. 666. Prices. [7834] 159 Said commission shall in no case contract with any author, publisher or publishers for the furnishing of any book or books, manuscript or copyright of book or books, which are to be sold to the people of this state for use in the public schools at a price above or in excess of the following, which price shall include all cost and charges of packing, transportation and delivering of books to the retail dealers and purchasers in the state of Kansas: For the primer, 12 cents; for the drawing-books or portfolios, 10 cents; for the geometry, 80 cents; for the Latin grammar, 75 cents; for the Latin exercises, 60 cents; for the Cæsar, 75 cents; for the Cicero, 75 cents; for the Virgil, 75 cents; for the general history, 90 cents; for the English history, 75 cents; history of Kansas, consisting of at least 300 pages, at a cost not to exceed 60 cents; for the rhetoric, 75 cents; for the astronomy, 70 cents; for the German exercises, 70 cents; for the German grammar, 80 cents; for the English literature, 75 cents; for the botany, 75 cents; for the zoölogy, 80 cents; for the chemistry, 75 cents; for the geology, 80 cents; for the word analysis, 20 cents; provided, however, that retail dealers shall be entitled to add ten per cent to the above-stated prices as profit for handling and sale of the books adopted by the commission in compliance with the provisions of this act. (Laws 1899, ch. 176, sec. 2.)

159. This section was repealed by the legislature of 1915, ch. 297, sec. 8.

SEC. 667. Advertising for Bids. [7835] The method of advertising for bids, of receiving bids, the requirements of bidders, the opening of bids, the awarding and duration of contracts, the filing and approval of bonds on the part of any person, persons, firm or corporation who may desire to bid or to whom a contract is awarded under this act, the delivering of books to dealers or purchasers and the commission for dealers shall be the same as is provided in chapter 179, Laws of 1897.160 (Laws 1899, ch. 176, sec. 3.)

SEC. 668. Unlawful to Sell. [7552] It shall be unlawful for any person to sell to any school board or board of education in the state of Kansas, or to solicit the purchase by any school-district board or board of education, of any chart, map, globe, or other school apparatus, except scientific apparatus for high schools, unless the same shall have been submitted to the School Text Book Commission of the state of Kansas, and by them approved and a maximum price fixed therefor. (Laws 1901, ch. 308, sec. 1.)

SEC. 669. Penalty. [7553] Any person who shall sell to any school-district board or board of education of any city of the first or second class within the state of Kansas any chart, map, globe, or other school apparatus, except scientific apparatus for high schools, which has not been approved by the School Text Book Commission of the state of Kansas, and any person who shall request or endeavor to persuade any such school-district board or board of education, or any member thereof, to purchase any chart, map, globe or other school apparatus the sale of which is hereby prohibited, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and subject to a fine of not exceeding $ $200 for each offense. (Laws 1901, ch. 308, sec. 2.)

SEC. 670. Maps, Globes, Charts, and Other Apparatus. [7836] It shall be unlawful for any school-district board or board of education of any city of the first or second class to purchase or contract for any chart, map, globe or other school apparatus, except scientific apparatus for high schools, unless the same shall have been submitted to the School Text-book Commission at a regular or special session, and by them approved, and a maximum price therefor fixed by said School Text-book Commission.161 (Laws 1899, ch. 176, sec. 4.)

SEC. 671. Penalties. [7837] The punishment for the violation of the provisions of this act, or of any contract in pursuance thereof, or for the use of any book in the schools not provided for by the commission in pursuance of this act, whether on the part of the commission or any member thereof, or any school board or board of education or member thereof, or of any teacher, shall be the same as prescribed in chapter 179, Laws of 1897; provided, that nothing in this act shall be construed to apply to any book used as a book of reference. (Laws 1899, ch. 176, sec. 5.) SEC. 672. Meetings. [7838]

160. See section 645 of this book.

161. The law does not apply to the purchase of school furniture, reference books, or dictionaries.

[7838] The School Text-book Commission shall meet in regular session on the first Monday in May, 1899, said session to continue not longer than ten days, and special meetings may be held as provided in chapter 179 of the Session Laws of 1897, of which this act is supplemental.162 (Laws 1899, ch. 176, sec. 6.)

162. See section 658 of this book.

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CHAPTER XXIX.-Tobacco and Cigarettes. $673. Unlawful

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$875. Penalty for selling or giving away cigarettes or cigarette papers.

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nishing cigarettes or tobacco. SECTION 673. Unlawful to Sell or Give Away Cigarettes or Cigarette Papers. [2930] It shall be unlawful for any person, company or corporation to sell or give away any cigarettes or cigarette papers or to have any cigarettes or cigarette papers in or about any store or other place for free distribution or sale. (Laws 1909, ch. 257, sec. 1.)

SEC. 674. Penalty for Smoking or Using or Furnishing Cigarettes or Tobacco. [2931] Every minor person who shall smoke or use cigarettes, cigars or tobacco in any form on any public road, street, alley, park or other lands used for public purposes, or in any public place of business, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction shall be punished for each offense by a fine of not more than ten dollars, and every person who shall furnish cigarettes, cigars or tobacco in any form to such minor person, or who shall permit such minor person to frequent any premises owned, held or managed by him, for the purpose of indulging in the use of cigarettes, cigars or tobacco in any form, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction shall be punished by a fine of not less than $25 nor more than $100. (Laws 1909, ch. 257, sec. 2.)

SEC. 675. Penalty for Selling or Giving Away Cigarettes or Tobacco. [2932] Every person, company or corporation violating any of the provisions of section 1 of this act shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction shall be fined not less than $25 nor more than $100. (Laws 1909, ch. 257, sec. 3.)

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CHAPTER XXX.--Warrants and Bonds Lost and Destroyed. $676. Duplicates may be issued.

8679. Correspond with original. 677. Mutilated warrant or bond.

680. Record of duplicates. 678. Affidavit and bond.

SECTION 676. Duplicate May be Issued. [638] Whenever any bond or warrant of the state or territory of Kansas, or any county, city, township, or school district, shall become so far mutilated as to become unfit for circulation, or shall be lost or destroyed, a duplicate thereof may be issued by the officer authorized by law to issue such bonds or warrants, under the regulations and restrictions hereinafter prescribed. (G. S. 1868, ch. 15, sec. 1.)

SEC. 677. Mutilated Warrant or Bond. [640] On the delivery to the proper officer of any mutilated bond or warrant, a duplicate of such bond or warrant shall be issued as herein provided. (G. S. 1868, ch. 15, sec. 3.)

SEC. 678. Affidavit and Bond. [561] A duplicate for a lost or destroyed bond or warrant shall not be issued until there shall have been filed with the proper officer an affidavit of some person knowing the facts, setting forth the ownership of such bond, the description thereof, the number of coupons thereto attached, and the manner of its loss or destruction, and until there shall have been executed and filed with the same officer an indemnifying bond, with securities to be approved by such officer, in a sum equal to double the amount of such warrant or bond and the coupons attached, conditioned that the parties thereto shall pay all damages which the state, county, city, township, or school district, as the case may be, may sustain if compelled to pay such lost or destroyed bonds or coupons. (G. S. 1868, ch. 15, sec. 4.)

SEC. 679. Correspond with Original. [639] Such duplicate shall correspond, in number, date, amount and coupons, with the original bond or warrant, and shall have indorsed on its face, and on the face of each coupon, by the officer issuing the same, the word “Duplicate,” together with the date of its issuance. (G. S. 1868, ch. 15, sec. 2.)

SEC. 680. Record of Duplicates. [642] Any officer issuing duplicates under this act shall keep a record showing the numbers, dates and amounts of such mutilated, lost or destroyed bonds or warrants, and the number of coupons thereto attached, together with the date of issuance of the duplicate therefor, and the names of the persons to whom issued. (G. S. 1868, ch. 15, sec. 5.)

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