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3–Concerning election by the people....
4 Assignments, etc., by insolvent debtors
6--Leasing, etc., of estates of msane persons.
7-State board of health; physicians.
8-Commissioners in chancery; reports, exceptions to
9 - Married woman, attorney in fact for...
10-Certain acknowledgments of married women to deeds, etc., legalized.
11--State licenses on cigarettes, merry-go-rounds, etc...
12-Costs, fees and expenses in suits
13-Reliet against erioneous assessments
14-Municipalities; paving streets, etc.; delinqnent taxes.
15- Restoration of lost records...
16 --Prohibiting certain railroads from dealing in coal or coke.
17 --Railroads; freight classification; maximum charges, etc
18—Collection of delinquent taxes; redemption of part of tract or town lot
19--- Appointment of deputy clerks in criminal or intermediate courts.....
20- Election of special judges in criminal or intermediate courts....
21-Compensation of special judges in circuit courts.
22-Protection of riparian own i'S.......
23--Compensation for catching drift timber
24 - Filling vacancies in town offices.
25 - App intment of trustees of religious, benevolent, educational and
26— Amendments of lodge charters, etc
29-Elections in towns giving less than 600 votes.
30-Compensation of the clerks, sheriffs and prosecuting attorneys.
32 -- Abolishing the fish commission.
33---State board of agriculture....
34-Justice's and constable's wrongful fee bills
35- What are lawful fences......
36-How partners may sue before a justice
37—School books; list of; sale of......
38— Preparatory branch of university established at Montgomery..
39-Concerning the school for the deaf and the blind.
40– Establishing Bluefield colored institute.......
41—The university; state normal school........
42-State board of examiners for teachers...
43-School levies; school term increased to five months
44-Schools at places of reception for the poor..
+54 Amendments to school law: teachers' reports, salaries, institutes and
examinations; levies and debts by boards of education; issuance
paying pupils at normal schools: training of colored teachers.....
INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICTS.
47-Oi Moundsville, authorized to issue and sell bonds....
48–Of Spencer, authorized to issue and sell bonds..
49—Of Volcano, repealing act establishing ........
50-Of Bridgeport, act establishing.
51-Of Charleston, Elk City consolidated with..
.)24Of Brandonville, act (reating repealed..
53—Of Parkersburg, aut relating to amended.
54--Of Moundsville, act creating amended.
55-Of Weston, act creating amended and re-enacted.
56--Of Huntington, elections of commissioners.....
58 - Charleston; charter amendel and re-enacted; charter of Elk City re-
pealed; the towns consolidated...
59—Sistersville, charter amended and re-enacted
60--Huntington, charter amended and re-enacted..
61— Moundsville, charter amended..
62–New Cumberland, charter amended...
63—-Benwood, charter amended and re-enacted..
64--Grafton and West Grafton consolidated........
65--Wellsburg, charter amended...
66-Town of Harrisville authorized to issue bonds
68— Mingo, act establishing county of
69— Wayne, act abolishing criminal court of
70--Kanawha, terms of criminal court of
71 - Marshall, act to modify county court of......
724 Berkeley, authorized to refund bonded indebtedness
77-Of sixth judicial circuit, changed....
75–Of seventh judicial circuit, changed..
77-- Authorizing judges of first circuit to employ short-hand writers .....
78– Empowering boards of education of ceriain districts to levy for school
79--- Authorizing trustees of M. E. Church of Moundsville to remove cer
80- ('oncerning Potomac & Piedmont Coal & Railroad company.
81-Relieving sureties of J. A. Williamson, late sheriff of Barbour county
82--Extending time for distraint for taxes of 1891 and 1892.......
Originating in the lloust.
1-Authorizing payment of members, officers, etc., of legislature in ad-.
vance of appropriation
Adopting joint rules of the two houses.
5—Raising joint committees to visit the insane asylums and the peni-
10—Concerning the Virgini , debt.
19-Raising joint committee to visit the reform school.
23-Loaning guns to normal school cadets .
24-Changing use of an appropriation for the Weston asylum
27-Raising joint committee to consider the establishment of a girls' in-
28—Printing of senate bill No. 48
31-Directing payments to janitor's assistants
32–Raising joint committee to wait on the governor (close of session)..
1-Raising joint committee to wait on the governor (beginning of session)
17--Authorizing attorney-general to institute proceedings to forfeit char-
Position of senate and house bills in these acts....
Names of members, officers and attaches of legislature of 1895........
Standing committees of house and senate.....
Congressmen, state officers, state boards, state national guard, judicial
department, times of holding courts, names of judges and clerks
Commissioners out of the state authorized to take acknowledgements
List of clerks of circuit courts..
List of clerks of county courts..
List of commissioners of school lands.
Lists of county and city superintendents of schools.
ACTS OF 1895.
(House Bill No. 1.)
AN ACT to amend and re-enact section thirteen of
chapter sixty-four, code of West Virginia.
[Passed February 6, 1895.]
Be it enacted by the Legislature of West Virginia :
That section thirteen of chapter sixty-four of the code Section 13 of of West Virginia, be amended and re-enacted so as to read as follows:
chapter 64 code amended.
By what court.
13. When a decree for a separation forever, or for a limited period, shall have been pronounced in a suit for bed and board divorce from bed and board, it may be revoked at any time thereafter by the same court by which it was pronounced under such regulations and restrictions as the Regulations court may impose, upon the joint application of the tins to be imparties, and upon their producing satisfactory evidence Who tous ply of their reconciliation; and when a divorce from bed therefore and board has been decreed for abandonment, or deser- For abandontion, or other cause, and two years shall have elapsed tion, etese time from the bringing of the suit wherein such decree is to elapse che
inake applientered, without such reconciliation, the court may upon eation for a dithe application of the injured party, and the produetion ponds or matof satisfactory evidence, taken in support of such appli- rimony cation, decree a divorce from the bonds of matrimony former hearing and upon such application the court may read and consider the evidence in the cause taken and filed in the former hearing : Prorided, The court shall be of the
may be consid
To apply to
opinion that no reconciliation is probable, and this shall what decrees apply to such decrees heretofore, as well as hereafter
(Approved February 14, 1895.)
[NOTE BY THE CLERK OF THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES. The foregoing act takes effect at the expiration of ninety days after its passage.]
(Senate Bill No. 77.)
AN ACT to amend and re-enact section 6 of chapter one hundred and four of the code of West Virginia, as amended and re-enacted by chapter one hundred and two of the acts of the Legislature of one thousand eight hundred and eighty-two, concerning limitation of suits.
Passed February 21, 1895. ]
Be it enacted by the Legislature of West Virginia:
That section 6 of chapter one hundred and four of the code of West Virginia, as amended and re-enacted by chapter one hundred and two of the Acts of the Legislature of 1882, concerning the limitation of suits, be amended and re-enacted, so as to read as follows:
6. Every action to recover money, which is founded Time in which upon an award, or on any contract other than a judgto be brought. ment or recognizance, shall be brought within the fol
lowing number of years next after the right to bring Vpon an in- the same shall have accrued, that is to say: if the case demnifying
be upon an indemnifying bond taken under any statute, Bond of exec- or upon a bond of an executor, administrator or guar
dian, curator, committee, sheriff or deputy sheriff, clerk
or deputy clerk, or any other fiduciary or public officer, writing undera within ten years; if it be upon any other contract by before the first writing under seal, executed before the first day of Users of April, April, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-nine, within After that date; twenty years; but if executed on or after that day, Upon or contract by within ten years; if it be upon an award, or upon a con
tract by writing, signed by the party to be charged
writing not under seal.