The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 30, No. 107, Ed. 1, Tuesday, March 17, 1908 Page: 6 of 8
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HIE LBADJ3R GTJTHRtE OKLAl TUESDAY MAflCII 17 1908
I TillcJ nf Mrirhnnf I
To regulate tho practice of phntmntiy and llio aalo of drugs medlolna elwm-
lals potions and pharmaceutical preparation In the (State of Oklahoma.
BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OP OKLAHOMA:
Section 1. That It "shall bo unlawful for tiny person not licensed flB
pharmacist within the moaning of thla net to own conduct or manage any
phhrmary. drug or chemical storo apothecary slip or other place of bus-
hiest! for the retailing compounding or dispensing of any drugs medielnoa
pharmaceutical preparation. ehemleola or poisons or for tho compounding
of physicians' preemptions or t j keep exposed for sale at retail any drugs
medicines pharmaceutical preparations chemicals or poisons oxcept a
herolnfifter provided or for any person not licensed as a phnnnaclst or as-
slsant pharmacist wpkln tho meaning of this net to compound dispense or
soil at retail any drugs medicine chemicals prison or pharmaceutical prep-
arations upon the prosrr'ptlon ot n physician or otherwise or to compound
bhjslclnns' prescriptions except as an aid to or nnder tho supervision of a
perron licensed as a pharmacist": under this act. And it sh.aH ho unlawful for
niiy owner or manager of a pharmacy or drug store or otlw plane of bual-
new. to cause orlwrmlt any other than n person licensed as a pharmacist
or assistant pharmacist to compoumldlrtpeusaor sell at rotnll any drug medi-
cine pharmaceutical preparation of" the person licensed as a pharmacist ir
assistant pharmacist. Provided however that nothing In tnis section shall
be construed to tnterfer with any legally rogisterpd practitioner of medicine
or dentistry proprietor or manager of any drug storo in the compounding of
his own prescriptions or to prevent htm from supplying his patients such
medicines as ho may deem proper of his own proscribing nor wltt tho ox-
elusive wholesale business of any denier who shall be licensed as n phar-
macist or who shall keep In his employ at least one person wlio'Is a llconsod
pharmacists. Provided further thnt In any village ot not mure than three
hundred Inhabitant wheco thore Is no person llconsod as a pharmacist within
less thnu five miles of smelt village the Hoard of Pharmacy way grant to any
portion who Is licensed us USBlstnut pharmacist a permit to conduct a drug
store or pharmacy In such village which permit shall not he valid In any
other village than the ouo In which it was grnutod and slut)' terminate whan
tho population of the village for which said permit was grautort shall become
greater than five hundred; provided u registered pharmacist should engage
lit business In' such town; and provided also that In rural districts whoro
there is no parson licensed as n phtrmnoim or assistant pharmacist within
.lees than five miles' the Bonn! of Pharmacy may Issue permits to dealers
in genera! merchnndie to soil such drugs and medicine as may be specified
by the board which permit shall run for a period of one .year.
Within the meaning of this act rural dlStricta are villages or places of
not more than two hundred Inhabitants; provided (Tint In caso a registered
pharmacist or assistant phurmneiBt should engage In business In sufch town
then said permit shall.oxplre and shall not bo renewed.
Section . Every persoh now legally licensed or registered uS a phar-
macist or assistant pharmacist under tho laws of Oklahoma or Indian Terri-
tory Shall bectnltled to continue the practice ot his profession until tho firt
day of July 190i nnd annually thereafter ns long as tho renewal fee Is paid
as hereinafter provided: Provided ho presents to tho Hoard of Pharntauy
his registration In good slnndlliK as shown by tho records ot tho Hoard of
Pharmacy of either Oklahoma or Indian Territory. Every person who shall
hereafter desiro to bo licensed as n phhrmaulst. or assistant pharmacist shall
file with the secretary of tho Hoard of Pharmacy an application duly vorlllud
under oath sotting forlh tho namo and ago ot tho applicant tho plnco or
places at which nnd the tlmo spent in the study of tho solenoo and art of
pharmacy tho uxparlenco in tho compounding of physicians proscriptions
Which tho applicant has had under the dlreotlon ot tho legally llconsod phar-
macist nnd Ditch other Information ob may bo required by tho Hoard of
Section !J. 'In order to bo licensed as a phnrnmclst within tho meaning
ot this Act tho applicant shall not be loss than twonty-ono yonrs ot ago and
ho shall proa nt to tho board satisfactory evldolico that ho has had four years'
oxperlenro In phormudy undor tho Instruction of a JIconsQd pimrmnolst; that
his education Is oqnlvnlent to that juoscrlbad by tho common schools of this
gtate and that hu is ot good moral diameter mid ho ahnll also pass a satis-
factory examination by or undor tho dlreotlon" bf tho Hoard ot Phrmacy. In
SorUon 17. Chapter XXXII of Wilson's Revised and Annotated atntutos
Is lioroby repealed.
Section 18. Kor the pence nnd safety ot tho people of tho stnto nn
emergency Is hereby flochirod to exist nnd this Act shall bo in force and ef-
fect from and nrtor Its lmssngo nud npprovnl.
order to bo licensed as nn assistant pharmacist within tho meaning of tills
act. tho applimnt shall not be less than eighteen years of ngc shall have
a suJucleM preliminary general educutiou required by the rules of the Hoard
or Pharmacy which shall not he Iohb than prescribed by the common schools
uf the state and shall have Im.l not less than two jeans' experience in phar-
mary under the direction of it li.nHed pharmacist and shall pans a sntls-
futory Hxaiuitiatioii under ttw -llrerllon or the Hoard of Plmrmacy. Pro-
vided however that in case it protons who have attended a reputable st-hoil
or oollvge of phanuary.hv actual time of aUetidunctt at audi aelmol or collide
ot plmrmacy may be deduote.l frum the time of expetieiice but In no ease
liall leas than one year's MM-ileine be requite! fur either an sbsIkiuiU plmr-
hiavlst nt lis u HeMiaait ph:unii-Ut
StM'Uou I If the HjiplKuui toi lleniige aii a ihsi nuuUt or aMiHtunt phm
mai-lat has eumpliwit with all (he re.piiramentH ot tho preceding uet-tlon the
luiard f Pharmao tdiall em oil bis name uiKn the neglster of PharmactsU
oi assistant pharinacbtt and Iksu to him a Hcnse which shall entitle him
i irlica m a pharmacist or ausmtant phaxmacUt tor a period of one year
from the dt of said Hcmiui
Tle lhtara of Pharmacy Uiull refuse to rrant a liconae to any person
guilty or felony or grosa immorality or who Is adicalMl to the use at alcoholic
lktuois ur imr.otlr drags to fciuh an ejtent an to randar him unfit to practice
Pkarwacy ami the Hoard of Pharmacy may. after due notisu and hearing re-
voke a Jlwnse for Ilka cause or any license which hat boan procured by
ftfcoUon r The Hoard of Pharmacy may tauo license to practice as
aftMit jiharmarlat In thla tgt. withoiit woralnatiott to moil JW
Iiatrf bw legally regterei a pharmacist or assistant pharmaabj; In" other
state or foreign eounlrlea and to graduatisi of anch collea of pharmacy
a may Ui reeogull by tho Hoard of piWrnuey without examination; pro-
idel that the applicant for wioh llceuse ahnll present aatlafnctory ovldance
of qualifications qual to llioae requlreil from licentiates In this state nnd
that he was regwtored or licensed by examination in such other state or
foreign ouuiitiv and that the standard or competency required In such other
state or foju country not luer than thht rUUlrad Jn Uja stft nd
jwoyMed &UoA titst th bwfH is uuna ihafc Jh ulUr JW& .r'ttiraigp
country nqCbrds slmllnr recognition to licentiates bt this stnto. -
Applicants for h license under this Section shaU pay a fefe Of-Ten
($10.00) Dollars whtoh must accompany the application In caso a llcenso
Is not grnnlijil ho shall without nddltlohal cost bo entitled to nn examina-
tion within Oho year therofram.
Bectlon ft. Mvery llconsi'd pharmacist or nsfilstatit pharmacist who de-
sires to eohlln"o In thw practlae ot his profession shall on the ilrst day ot
ot July 0J jfjadh year fll with the Hoard ot Pharnlnoy an application for
rsriowal thereof whitlh application shall bojhcconipanled by the feo hero-
itinfler nre8oHb8t1. If tho secretary oflhie Board shall fThd tlnft tho rilt'" J
cftiit has boiJ legally Iteensod In this stuto ilnd is Ohtltlfid to n renewal tit 11
fioiiHe flf to h reiiBwal of such porrnll. ho shall Issiio to Ttlm a crrtlflcato nt-
looting tills fnat.
If nhy pharmacist or nsBistnnt pharmacist holding n llconso shall fail
for a poriod of sixty days after tho first day ot July of each year to mako
application for Its renewal ills hame shall bo ornsdd from the register Of tho
licensed pharmacist or nsaistnnt pharmacist and such person In ordor to
again become registered ns ti licensed phnrmnclBl or assistant shall be ro
quired to pay tho samo fco as In tho easo of original registration nnd In
case more thnu one year shall elapse bofore application fon reinstatement Is
made then tho examination shall be required. And If tho holder of n per-
mit to sell druga in rural districts shall fall for a period of sixty days after
said date to make application for the renewal thereof his name sl'all bo
erased from the register of persons holding such permit and may bo rostoren
thereto only upon tho pnymenl of the foe required for tho granting of orig-
inal permits. On tho Ilrst dny of July 190$ and annually therafor tho pro-
prietor of every place in which drugs medicines pharmaceutical prepara-
tions or poisons ar sold compounded dispensed retailed or wholesaled
shall make a stnfement to the Hoard ot Phnrmnoy showing what licensed
nhnrmncist Is In charge of the same and what other licensed or apprentices
are engager or oriiployed therein together with any othor facts or data that
may be required by the board nnd shall paylo tho secretary of tho board the
foe of Two Dollars In return for which ho shnll receive a certificate of reg-
istration. Section 7. The Hoard of Phnrmacy shall consist of five persons hav-
ing not less than Ave yonrs ofpractlcal experience as retailed pharmacists and
wl(i are licensed ns phnrmaclstii and nctlvely engaged In tho practice ot
pharmacy within this state who shall bo appointed by the governor nud who
Shall hold their olllco for fie yonrs from tho date of their appotntmont and
until their BiidoeiisotV shall liavo been nppolnod nnd qualified.
Tlie nifliubors of tho board Ilrst appofntod shall hold their olllco for onu
two throe four mid live yours respectively us shall ho designated In thir
several commissions: Provided that no parson shall bo appointed on tho
Hoard of Pharmaoy who habitually ubobo Intoxicating liquors ub n bovorugo
or habit forming drug.
Section S. Annually as provided by rule the Board of Pharmacy shall
organize by the ejeotlon of president socretary and troauurar all of whom
shall bo mohibors of the board who shall hold their offices for one year and
until their successors shall have been elected and qtmllftod.
The Secrotary and Treasurer shall give bond In such sum as may be
prescribed by tho hoard conditioned upon the discharge of the duties of ihe
office according to law . v
The board shall meet at the capltol onthe second Tflfesday of tho
month following appointment ana organization and ohhll hold fbut meet-
ings onch year at such tlmo and placna as may bo provided by rule Wr
tho examination of candidates and fo rlhodlschnrga ot .such Othor builiieB
as may legally come bforo It and such additional meeting as may bo neeeis-
anry. Section D. Tho Hoard of Phnrmnoy fihftll havo a common seal and shall
have powor to adopt such rules and by-laws not Inconsistent with tho law
ob may ho necessary for the regulation or Its proceedings and for tho tils
charge of the duties Imposed by law . "
Tho Hoard of Pharmaoy ahnll keep a record of Its proceedings vand a
register of nil porsons to whom cortlllcntos of llcone an pharmacists and
assistant pharmacists havo boon lssuod nnd of nil ronown.'s tharcof; nnd
tho book and roglstor of tho board or a 'copy of any part thereof certified by
tho socretary attested by th sonl of tie- board shall bo accoptod as oompn
tent ovldonco In nil tho courts of thlB state.
Tho Hoard of Phnrmacy shall inako annually to tho governor mid' o the
Oklahoma Pharmaceutical Association written reports of Its prooaodlnga
nnd of Its receipt nnd disbursements undor this Act and of all porsons
llconsod to practice ns pharmacist and assistant pimrmnolst In this stale. A
Umjorlty or the board shnll constitute n quorum for tho transaction pt bua-
luoes. Tho secretary shnll hnvo. tho powor to administer oatjis In alt mat-
ters pertaining tp the examination of registration ot pharmacists and as-
Section 10. Tho socretary shall rocoive a salary of 10O.QO por annum
nnd his necessary oXpuriHea whllo ongaged In the performance of his olfl-
dal duties. Tho other members shall recolve tho sum or Fl voDollars por
day while In regular or special session nnd their nocoasnry oxpousos whllo
AH feos collected by the socretary of the Hoard of Pharmaoy for tho
examination or pharmacists and assistant pharmacists nnd for tha renewals
of certificate of registration nnd Jaaulng permits and renewals thereof shall
be paid into the board treasury. The compensation nnd oxponses of tho
heci.-tar nnd members of the Hoard or Pharmacy -unl all ajmonso incurred
by the board In carrying Into execution the provisions of tills Act shnll bo
paid out upon the order of the secretary and slKiiod by tho president of tho
Section 11. Upon receiving any information that any provision of this
law lias Ven or 1h belt- violated the secretary or tho lloard ot Pharmacy
shall InvoHtlKfito tho matter and upon prolwble causo appearing shall JHo
a complaint nnd prosecute the offender therofor.
It ahall be tho duty of tho County Prosocuttng Attorney upon the re-
quest of the secrotar'to take ohurge of and conduct suoh prosocutlon.
AH lliit n8aaod nud colluctod undor prosecution begun undor thl
Act shall be lwtld to the counts' troasuror of the county In which suoh
prosecutions may bo instituted and ahnll be credltod to th Road nud
Urtdge fund of such county.
Section If. The Hoard of Pharmacy shall be untitled to Qhnrgo and col-
lect tho fnlalwlng fee; for tho examination of an applicant fQf llconso as
a pharmacist ; Ton Dollars for tho tixamlnutlqu of an applicant as an -njstant
pharmnoiit live dollars; Tor renowlng tho llqonatr'ta n'liharmaolst
two dollar; for renewing tho license ''ot an assistant .phnmaplfl ono dollar;
for leaning a permit two dollar; for renewing a permit on dolalr.
Suction 18. It alkali bo unlawful for any parson to goU nt jtall or fur
nliih tiny poisons without afllxlag or causing to bo ulllxod to tho bottle box
vessel or package a label boating the name of tho artlalS wld tbp word
"pobon" distinctly wrlttou or prjntod with tho namo af thjj plaoo ot bus!-
niw of tho poller. In plain legible characters.
Every parson who shall dispone or offer for sale at rfttall or furnish-any
PoUJjnaml laiterv delivering te samp mako or cause Iq niadv an oajry
In a book. Uajpt for that purpose atatlng the date ot sale the-iwm nd 8(ldro8
of tlio pUrchnser tho name and quantity of the poison tho purpose fot"
willch It wnfl roprdsnnted by tho purchaser to bu required and the name bf
the dlsponser such book to bo always open for Inspection by the proper
authorities ad to bo preserved at lease for flva years after the Inst entry.
He nhnll not deliver any ot said poison without satisfying himself that the
purahnsor is nwnro ot its poisonous character and that said poloon Is to be
used for legitimate purposes. Tho foregoing portion ot this section shall
not apply to tho dispensing of medicines or polsonB an physicians' pre-
scriptions. 1 1 1 Uhrf lid It further enacted that it Blmll be unlawful for tiny practitioner
of medicine dentistry or veterinary nwdtolhV t6 furbish or prescribe for tio
uso ofnrty hrtbttuul user of tho" same nn cv6nlne or morphine or titty salts
or compound of cocaine ouealno or morphine any preparation containing
cocaine cucnlno or marphlno or tholr snlts and it shall bo unlawful for
any practitioner of dentistry to proscribe any of tho foregdlng substances
for any person under his trenttuent in the regular lino ot his profession; Pro-
vided howovor that tho provllsons of this Bocilon shall not bo construed to
prevent any lawful authorized practitioner ot medicine from proscribing in
good faith for tho use of nhy habitual user of narcotic drugs such slb-
stance nsho may dcemfj necossntwy for thhe teratment of sttchp a habit
Soctlonu 14. And It shnll bo unlawful for any person to soil or odor for
sale by peddling or offer for sale from house to houso nr offer for sale
from public outcry or by vending In the setreet any drug medicine pharma-
carueticnl preparation chemical or any composition or combination thereof
or any implement or appliance or othor agency for tho treatment ot dl-
senso .Injury deformity or by writing or by printing or by any other method
to publicly profess to cure or treat diseases by drugs nostrum annukatlon or
othor expedient without previously obtaining a llconse fee or one hundred
$(100.00) dollars is hereby levied upon all itinerant vendors doing business In
this state. Said sum1 of quo1 Utitidrod dollars shall be paid by each itinerant ven-
dor to tho treasurer of the county In which said vendor may deblro to do
business nnd tho said mm shnll bo credited to the road and bridge fund or
said county .Upon presentation of a recolpt by such vendor from the
county treasuror to tho secrotary ot the Bpard of Pharmacy It shall bo tho
tnty of Said secretary to isstto a license to such vender good only In tho
.Mnty for which the same Isasued; Provided that nothing In this Act
shall bo construed to prevent tho collection of any tax that may bo Imposed
by any county or munlclpnl nuthorltltes. Tjio Hoard of Prharmncy Is1 au-
thorlzed to determine what constitutes druga inedlcluos pharmaceutical pro-
paratlons chemical compounds or combinations Ihorcdt under the meaning
ot this Act.
Section 15. Any person not holing licensed a ph'nrmaclst shall con-
duct or tnnnago any drug atoro pratnugy or other place of buslnoss for the
compounding dispensing or sale at retail of nny drug chemical medicines
pharmaceuticals pYoparatlOns or polsOnB fov tho compounding of physicians'
proscriptions contrary to tho provisions of' Section 1 of this Act shall bo
deemod gdllty of a mlsdemoanor and boon conviction theraot shall bo fined
not loss than than twenty-five ($26.00) dollars nor more than one hundred
($100.00) dollars ahd each Week any drug store or pharmacy or other
place of business is so unlawfully conducted shall be held to constitute a sep-
arate and distinct charge.
Any person violating the provisions of Section 14 of this Act shall be
guilty of a misdemeanor aiid liable to a flue of not lean than ono hundred
nor more than five hundred dollars and a revocation at his license nnd tw-m-ty-flvo
per centum of such line shall bo paid to the Informant the balance ot
such fino recovered pnder this section shall he paid by tho Court receiving
the samo into the noad ahd Bridge Fund of the county in which such viol-
ation occurs. .
Section 1C Any porson who shall mako any falBo or frahdulont -representations
for llio purpose of procuring a license or permit or roiiowal there-
of either for himself or another shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor
and upon conviction thereof shnll be fined not less than twonty-fivo dollars
and not more than ono hundred dollars and any person who shall wilfully
make a falso affidavit for tho purpose of procuring a llconso or permit or
rouownl thoreof either for himself or for another shnll bo deemed 'guilty ot
perjury and upon conviction shall bo subject to like punUluncnt as In othor
ense of perjury.
NINBTY-fciBCOND DAY'S SESSION.
HOUSE OV ItUPKESBNTATIVES.
Monday March 1C 1P05.
1 O'clock p. m.
Houso called to order. Mr. Speak-
Prnyor by tho chaplain .
Holl Call All members present ox-
cept Allen (of Alfalfa) neck Urooni
fChnppell Carson Durham Harris
Harrison (of Mccurtain Hawkins
Lindsay London Ofcutt Pasehnl Pen-dot-graft.
SondBv Suobmn Stivers Wil-
liam (of Pushmataha).
lSxcused Chappell business 1 day;
Orcutt sickness 3 days; Uoek bus-
iness 3 day; Broom sickness 3 days;
Hro'vu business 1 day; Williams (of
Pushmataha) sickness 3 days; Chas-
taliu Inwliws 1 day; Ctirson sickness
3 days; Harrison (of McCurtaln) sick-
ness 3 days; Pendergraft. business 1
dn; Stlrer business 3 day.
Petition Murray from Sulphur to
Federal Relations; Watrous tram Ki-
ll county to Pish and game; Bryan
from Pottawatomie county to Public
Service Corporations; Hoove from
Washita county to MedUlna; Smith
from Delaware county u Pish and
Game;; Howtlre thra fiom Blaine
County to Medicine; Armstrong from
Kiowa county to Stato and School
Tho following committee reports
Wo your OommHtee on (leittral
Agriculture to whoa wa referred
House Pill No. 389 by "Wortman An
AQt to compel owners ot domestic
animals to burn or bury the carcasses
thereof and providing penalties and
declaring an emergency have had tho
smiie undar oansjderattou and return
hwowlth full txt amended oopy with
tho recommendation that It do pass.
Wo your committee on Oil and Gas
to whom was referred Houeo BUI No.
301 by I. W. Hart ontltlod. "An Act
relating to the sale of gniollne and
korosone nud prescribing a penalty fr
th violation or this act repealing all
lnw in oatullct herewith and declar-
ing an emergency" beg laave to re
port that we havo had tho samo under
considarsition and herewith return the
samo wilii tho reoomrnendatlon that
It do pnss.
W'u your committee on Public Ser-
vice Corporation to whom was re-
ferred Houso Hill No. 240 by P. II.
Ballard "An Act to give a right of
notion against nn employer for in-
juries or death rosultlng to his agents
omployos or servants olther from the
employer's nogllgBtico or from tho
negligonco of some of his other em-
ployes sorvnnts or agonta and to re-
peal all Tarts of acts In conflict
herewith" bog leave to report that
wo havo had the samo undor consid-
eration and herewith return the same
with the recommendation that It do
pass a samendod.
Substitute tho following for Section
Section 2. All Uwh nnd partB of
laws In conflict horowith tiro hereby
Strike out Section three.
Wo tho minority members of your
cammitteo on Pharmaoy having had
und-jr fotiKldaartiou House Bill No. 133
by h'rasor. entitled: "An Act to reg-
ulate the practice ot pharmucy and the
aule ot drug modlnlnes cliomlcala
polftpn and pharmaceutical prepara-
tions in the State ot Oklahoma" beg
to report that as Chapter 3S of the
Sostlon Lnw of 18'JT. ot tho Territory
pt Oklahoma covers tho subleata em-
braced in said bill fully and in many
respects better than the proaent bill
wo therefore recommend that it dc not
pass but tha said Chnper 28 ot he
Session Law of 1897 of he Territory
of Oklahoma be amended a per bill
attaohed hereto and marksd "Itochlblt
We your commltpe on Judiciary to
whom was reforrod Houso Hill No. 91.
by nntliir. entitled: "An Aot amend-
ing paragraph "2" of Section MS6
Chapter 6 of Wilson's Statutes ot Ok-
lahoma relating to securing and pre-
serving todtlmouy." bog leaa to re-
port that wo ha had the same undnr
comilderation and herewith return the
sumo with the recommuudatiuti tttat
it do aot pass.
' - VANPPJVENTRU.
to whom was I'er.irrod Houso Hill
N6 (5C by Bkcon and Tlllotspn en-
tltpJll: '"An Adt lb prohibit life mar-
riage af white persons with iiersonB
of African descent' beg leave to re-
port that wo have had tho same under
consideration and herewith rot urn. the
samo with the recommendation that It
do not pass for tho reason that the
subject matter Is covered tu St-nale
Bill No. 66 this day roportod.
Wo your committee on Judiciary
to whom was referred Houso Bill No.
44 W by Stivers otititled: "An Aft
providing for a period of redemption
for nil rsal ostato mortgages on real
estate within tho Stato of Oklaho-
ma" beg lonvo to report that wo have
had tho samo tinder consideration and
herewith return tho samo with tho 'oc-
ommedntinn that It do not pass for
tho reason that tho subject Is covered
by existing laws.
we your committee on Judiciary
to whom wan roforrod Houso Hill No.
.110 by Hawkins entitled; "An Act
In rlntlon to changing of names"
beg leave to report that wo havo bad
tho tramo undor consideration and here
with return tho same with th0 rec-
ommendation that it do not pass.
We o'Our committee on Judiciary
to whom was referred House Bill No.
41C by Durant entitled: "An Act
authorizing tho transfer of seals rec-
ords and other papers and documents
to the Oklahoma Historical Society
In certain oases- and declaring an
emorgoney' beg leave to report tnat
we have had tho same undor consid
eration ami Herewith return tue same
With the recommendation thnt it do
Wo your committoo on Judiciary
to whom was roforrod Houso Bill No
46C by Japp entitled: "An Act amend-
ing Section 4787 Chaptor 24 Wilson's
Annotated Statute ot Oklahoma 1903"
relating to notions concerning real
ostute" beg leave to report
that we have had tho samo under con-
sideration and horowith return the
same with the recommendation that
11 do pass.
We your committee on Judiciary
to whom waB referred House Bill No
340 hy Non-oil entitled: "An Act
donning the duties of railroad com-
panies or corporations their lessoSs.
trustees and rcelvers in relation to
tho equipment of locomotive ongines;
fixing tho meamiro ot damages for
negligently netting out fires and pro-
viding the burden of proof In certain
cases shnll bo upon the defedant"
beg leave to report that wo have had
tho same -under eonsideratioirand
herewith return tho samo with tha
tocommondntlon that it do pas.
Wo your committee on Judiciary
to wliom was referred Senate Bill
No. 137 by Ihitchett. a bill entitled:
"An At amending Section 1 of Artl-
elb 1 ot Chapter 13 of tho Session
Laws ot Oklahoma ot 1S97 nnd do-
fining adultry" beg loavo to report
that wo havo had tho sumo undor con-
sideration and herewith return tho
same with tho recommendation that
It do pass.
Wo. your committoo on Judiciary
to whom was referred House Bill No.
394 by BranBon entitled: "An Act
to amend au act ot tho Legislature
of tho Territory ot Oklahoma approved
March 15 1905 entitled: "An Act
amending Section 1 of Chapter 34
or the Revised Statutes ot 1893 of
Oklahoma Territory" bog leave to
report that we have had tho same un-
der consideration and horowith return
tho same with tho rocommendation
that it do not pass.
Mf. Spsakor. '
Wo your committoo on Public Sor-
vlco Corporation to whom was re-
ferred Senate Substltuto No. 79 By
Taylor ontltlods "An Act relating to
tho employes of corporations and con-
tractors otc and declaring nn emerg-
ency" .bog leave to roport that wo
havo had tho saniB under considera-
tion and herewith return the same
with tho recommendation that it d6
pass as amondod.
Messenger arrived from the sonata
with enrollod opy of Sonnto Bill No.
880 House BUI No. 201 and enrolled
and engrossed SenaU 04H No. SO.
And announcement that tho Senate
had refuted to agree to House amend-
ments to Sonate Bill No. SJC.
Mr. McCalla moved tha tthe Hotiss
ndhore to It amendments to Senate
Bill No. 86 and ak for a conference.
Tho Speaker appointed as ueh con-
fereneo committee Cope B. P. Harrl
son .and Bvang.
Tho following resorts wore road:
Your committee on Enrollment
bog leave to report that It nets care-
fully compared the enrolled copy of
Houso Hill No. 917 wit hthe ougroased
0py thereof and finds said enrollment
to ba oorrect and in proper form and
It is herewith "transmitted to you for
6 JOURNAL OF HOUSE
Your committee on Enrollment
bags leave to roport that H has care-
tally compared the enrolled copy of
Houso BUI No. 282. with the on-
grossed copy thereof and nnds said
enrollment ta ba oorrect and la proper
We your coinwltt&e oa JjuJIelarj o
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