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CHAPTER 6. AN ACT to regulate the distribution, sale and use of virulent blood from cholera-infected hogs, or “virus," and to prescribe penalties for violation of same.
CHAPTER 7. AN ACT to amend Chapter 142 of the Acts of the General Assembly of 1875, entitled "An Act to provide for the organization of corporations," so as to provide for the incorporation of levee associations for the purpose of gathering and disseminating, by the publication of a magazine, of pamphlets, or otherwise, information with reference to the protection of alluvial lands in this and other States from overflow, the revetment of caving banks, and generally for the purpose of informing the people and of creating and unifying levee sentiment and interest within and without the State.
CHAPTER 8. AN ACT to provide for the indeterminate sentence of persons convicted of crime, and to authorize and regulate the paroling of prisoners so sentenced.
CHAPTER 9. AN ACT to regulate and require the attendance of school children upon schools in the State of Tennessee, and to provide means for the enforcement of this Act.
CHAPTER 10. AN ACT to be entitled “An Act to amend an Act passed April 9, 1907, and approved April 12, 1907, being Chapter 390 of the Acts of 1907 and entitled 'An Act to amend an Act to create a Railroad Commission in this State and define its duties and powers; to prohibit extortion, unjust discrimination, and undue and unreasonable preferences by railroad companies and other persons operating railroads in this State in their charges for transportation of freight and passengers; to secure just and reasonable rates and charges for all such services; and to impose penalties and provide adequate civil remedies for and punish violations of this Act, and to secure the due execution and enforcement of its provisions and all lawful orders, rules, and regulations of the said Railroad Commis
CHAPTER 11. A BILL to be entitled An Act creating a State Department of Workshop and Factory Inspection; providing for the appointment of a Chief Inspector of Workshops and Factories and Deputy Inspectors; defining their powers, salaries, and expenses; providing for the division of the State into inspection districts; and providing for an appropriation to pay the salaries and expenses of the Chief Inspector of Workshops and Factories and his deputies.
CHAPTER 13. AN ACT to be entitled An Act to create a Criminal and Law Court for the counties of Hancock, Claiborne, Campbell, Morgan, Scott and Anderson, to be known as the Criminal and and Law Court for the Second Judicial Circuit of Tennessee ; and for the payment thereof; and to provide for the Judge of said Criminal and Law Court to hold the Circuit Court in the said counties until September 1, 1914; and to provide for the election of a Judge to hold said court at the general election to be held in August, 1914; and to fix his salary and provide to fix the time of holding the courts in said counties, and to provide for the appointment of a Judge to hold the courts in the counties of Hancock, Clairborne, Campbell, Scott, Morgan and Anderson; and to provide for the election of a Judge and an AttorneyGeneral for said Criminal and Law Court at the general election for Judges, Attorneys-General, and other officers in August, 1918; and to detach the counties of Hancock and Claiborne from the First Judicial Circuit, and to detach the counties of Campbell, Scott, Morgan and Anderson from the Second Judicial Circuit, to take effect September 1, 1918; but for the purpose of electing Judges and Attorneys-General in the First Judicial Circuit, the Second Judicial Circuit, and the Criminal and Law Court for the Second Judicial Circuit, to take effect at the general election in August, 1918; and to amend an Act entitled “An Act to divide the State of Tennessee into judicial circuits and chancery divisions, and to provide for the administration of justice and equity in the Circuit and Chancery and other inferior courts; and to fix the time for holding the terms of said Chancery, Circuit, and other courts, being Chapter 427, of the Acts of 1899; and to provide for the time of holding courts in the Second Judicial Circuit; and to repeal all laws and parts of laws in conflict with this Act.”
CHAPTER 14. AN ACT to amend Section 1, Chapter 596, Acts, 191, entitled “An Act to prevent the spread of communicable diseases among domestic animals in the State of Tennessee, and to provide greater protection to the live-stock industry of the State, and to provide penalties for the violation of this Act; and to repeal Chapter 424 of the Acts of 1899, and to amend Chapter 46 of the Acts of 1897.”
CHAPTER 15. AN ACT to amend Chapter 216 of the published Acts of 1909, passed April 22, 1909, entitled “An Act to aid in the prevention and eradication of communicable diseases among domestic animals."
CHAPTER 16. AN ACT to amend Chapter 132 of the Acts of 1901, passed April 10, 1901, entitled “An Act to create the office of State Live Stock Inspector; to provide for the appointment of the Inspector, fix his salary, define his duties, and provide for the appointment of his deputies," so as to change the official title or designation of “State Live Stock Inspector” to “Stais Veterinarian.”
CHAPTER 17. AN ACT to establish a State Board of Accountancy and prescribe its duties and powers; to provide for the granting and the revoking of certificates to accountants who qualify under the provisions of this Act, and to provide a penalty for violation of this Act.
A BILL to be entitled An Act to relieve the University of Tennessee from further responsibility for the agricultural and industrial education of the colored race, and to transfer the Federal funds heretofore used for this purpose at Knoxville to the Agricultural and Industrial Normal School for Negroes at Nashville.
CHAPTER 19. AN ACT to authorize and ratify the sale and conveyance of certain real estate by West Tennessee College to Union University.
A BILL for an Act to be entitled An Act to make it unlawful to set or place traps, snares, nets, spring poles, dead falls, or other devices upon the land or in the waters of or in the waters adjoining the lands of any person in Tennessee for the purpose of catching or killing any fur-bearing or hair-bearing animal, or killing or attempting to kill with a gun any furbearing animal, without first obtaining the written consent of such landowner to trap or hunt with gun fur-bearing animals, between noon, October 15, and noon, January 15, only, such written consent to be in possession of the user of such devices at the time of the setting or using there; grand juries to have inquisitorial powers, the Circuit and Criminal Court Judges to give this Act in charge of grand juries of counties affected by this Act; traps to be inspected within each thirty-six hours after setting or placing, and not to be set in the open; traps to be set or placed twelve or more inches within the entrance of hole, cave, or the like; trappers to be liable for all damage done by their traps, and at once to make written report thereof when they find stock, fowls, or the like in their traps upon the lands of another; any person finding devices mentioned in this Act set or placed contrary to the provisions of this Act may seize and destroy same; violation of any provision of this Act to constitute a separate offense and to be punished by fine or imprisonment or both.
CHAPTER 22. AN ACT to provide for the establishment of a State Chemical Laboratory under the direction of the Commissioner of Agriculture; to provide for the appointment of a State Chemist, define his duties, fix his compensation; provide for an Assistant Chemist; and make an appropriation to carry out the provisions of this Act.
CHAPTER 23. AN ACT to amend Chapter 264 of the Acts of 1909, passed April 20, 1909, and approved April 27, 1909, by providing for an increase in the general education fund provided in said Act and setting forth the basis for apportioning certain parts of said fund.
CHAPTER 24. AN ACT to empower County Courts to appropriate money for exhibits and buildings at the National Conservation Exposition at Knoxville, Tenn.; and to prescribe ways and means, rules and regulations governing expenditures of any money so appropriated.
CHAPTER 25. AN ACT to amend Chapter 20 of the Acts of the General Assembly of Tennessee of 1897, being an Act entitled “An Act to regulate and restrict payment of costs and fees in criminal prosecutions,” so as to add after the word “bigamy” in Subsection 1 of Section 1 of said Act the words “and all other felonies."
CHAPTER 26. A BILL for an Act to be entitled “An Act to remove disabilities of coverture from married women, and to repeal all Acts and parts of Acts in conflict with the provisions of this Act."
CHAPTER 27. AN ACT to create the office of Assistant Attorney-General in judicial circuits of this State containing a county of not