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Otis, James E. Member Board of Visitors, Agricultural College of Ocean

county-833, 840. O'Donnell, James L. Member of Board of Taxation of Atlantic county

-849, 853.

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Parsons, Herbert S. Member of State Highway Commission—822, 824, 825. Pierson, Marvin A. Member of Board of Taxation of Warren county

832, 838. Patterson, Robert L. Brevet Colonel—843, 846. Predmore, John. Member of State Board of Pilotage Commission—850, 853. Prince, John D. President Civil Service Commission—829, 830.

Richey, Isaac. Member of State Board of Conservation and Development

-822, 824, 825. Richmond, Charles L. Member of Board of Taxation of Salem county

-832, 838. Reid, William H. Member Board of Visitors, Agricultural College of Mon

mouth county—833, 840. Runyon, W. Parker. Member of State Board of Commerce and Naviga

tion—829, 835, 836. Rice, Melvin A. Member State Board of Education—829, 835, 836. Robinson, Myron W. Member of Palisades Interstate Park Commission

-837, 842. Rice, J. Kerney. Member State Board of Conservation and Development

—841, 845. Ramsey, Elmer B. Member Board of Taxation of Hunterdon county

846, 847 Randall, Charles R. Member Board of Taxation of Mercer county

849, 853.

Starr, Lewis. Member of State Board of Charities and Corrections—822,

824, 825. Salmon, Jesse R. Clerk in Chancery—826, 827, 828. Stickel-Fred G. Jr. Judge of the Court of Common Pleas of Essex county

827, 828. Spence, Henry, Dr. Member of State Department of Health—830, 835, 836. Sandmeyer, William E. Member of Board of Taxation of Essex county

-831, 838. Seabrook, Charles F. Member Board of Visitors, Agricultural College

of Cumberland county—833, 839. Servin. Isaac A. Member Board of Visitors, Agricultural College of Pas

saic county—833, 840. Sweeney, William A. Commissioner of Public Reports—829, 835.

Stewart, Charles H. Judge of Second Judicial District, Court of Essex

county_860.

Thomas, Joseph L. Member of Board of Taxation of Burlington county

-831, 838. Thompson, Lloyd. Member of Board of Taxation of Union county—832, 838. Tomlinson, Everett T. Menrber Public Library Commission—834, 840.

Van Deren, Clarence T. Member of Board of Taxation of Hudson county

831, 838. Vanaman, Charles P. Member Board of Visitors, Agricultural College of

Cape May county—833, 839. Van Horn, William C. Member Board of Taxation of Ocean county—837,

844.

Van Sickle, John J. Member Board of Taxation of Sussex county-847, 851. Van Note, Benjamin. Member of State Board of Pilotage Commission—850,

853.

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Westbrook, Henry J. Member of State Board of Tenement House Super

vision—822, 824, 825. Wittpen, Caroline B. Member of State Board of Charities and Corrections

-822, 824, 825. Weaver, Francis D. Member of Board of Taxation of Camden county—831,

838. . Welsh, John C. Member Board of Visitors, Agricultural College of Morris

county—833, 840. White, J. Du Pratt. Member of Palisades Interstate Park Commission—837,

842. Wells, Harold B. Judge of Burlington county_848. Ward, Roscoe C. Prosecutor of the Pleas of Cumberland county—852, 853. Walker, Edwin Robert. Chancellor–829, 830.

General Index.

(Key to General Index.)
S. B. 29 = Assembly Bill No. 29.
A. B. 107 = Assembly Bill No. 107.
S. J. R. 2=Senate Joint Resolution No. 2.
A. J. R. 13= Assembly Joint Resolution No. 13.
S. C. R. I= Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 1.
A. C. R. 2= Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 2.

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Advertising—an act relating to official-A. B. 205–440, 442, 460, 461, 568.
Advertising--provides for the publication of municipal-A. B. 435-581, 587,

590, 592, 689, 726.
Adjutant-General-fixes salary of—S. B. 155—276, 458, 459, 472, 484, 563, 576,

696, 729.
Agriculture-authorizes Experiment Station to investigate biology of sewage

disposal-S. B. 208—340, 405, 438, 519, 686.
Agriculture-establishes grades for white potatoes and regulates shipments,

S. B. 234—361.
Agriculture-provides methods for making tests for butter fat in milk and

makes appropriation-A. B. 200—440, 441, 538, 661, 662, 726, 764.
Agriculture-amends act concerning fertilizers--A. B. 231—578, 583, 654, 713,

765.
Agriculture—increases salary of Chief of Bureau of Lands, Crops, etc.-A. B.

290—473, 509, 516, 538, 657, 710.
Agriculture-includes Tomato Growers' Associations for representation in

State Board of-A. B. 452—581, 588, 756, 757, 779, 801.
Ancient papers—allows State departments to destroy-A. B. 294-579, 584,

759, 760, 765, 786, 801.
Appropriation-amends bill of last year by removing the limit of the number

of insane-S. B. 26—182, 207, 210, 230, 240, 277, 426, 454.
Appropriations-increases Revolving Fund of the State from $250,000 to

$500,000—S. B. 225-347, 435, 437, 469, 502, 503, 590, 682, 710.
Appropriations-annual appropriation bill-S. B. 244–690, 756, 757, 765, 798,

800.
Appropriation-authorizes an, of $25,000 for site for a normal school at Eliza-

beth-A. B. 383-614, 621, 723, 785.
Appropriation provides, of $25,000 for representation at National Encamp-
ment of G. A. R.--A. B. 506—650, 653, 759, 760, 783, 800.

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Architects--makes fiscal year of State Board of, agree with that of other

State boards-S. B. 193—305, 405, 438, 498, 527.
Atlantic county-increases salaries for special officers, etc., in-A. B. 244–

472, 613, 619, 628, 632, 711, 765, 802.
Athletic Commission--gives State, wider powers and provides salaries--A. B.

316-464, 466, 472, 484, 485.
Athletic Commission-allows ten boxing rounds instead of eight-A. B. 481–

768, 769.
Attorney-General-provides that counsel of various boards shall be subject

to the direction of-S. B. 167—299, 352, 362, 368, 410, 462, 477, 481.
Auctioneers--controls sales of goods and chattels by--S. B. 111—247, 498, 590,

596, 686, 804, 810.
Auto busses-provides for licensing of, in third class cities–S. B. 57—197,

208, 210, 212, 218, 221, 262, 282, 283, 306, 364, 400.
Auto busses-authorizes Hudson County Boulevard Commissioners to license

-S. B. 97—236, 368, 398, 429, 430, 469, 495, 499, 501.
Auto busses-authorizes governing bodies to regulate-S. B. 236-362, 500,

501, 539, 564, 576.
Auto busses-relates to insurance on, and liability of insurance companies—A.

B. 287–509, 515.
Automobiles-safeguards the sale and purchase of-A. B. 433—650, 652, 654,

712.
Automobile dealers-extends scope of act for the protection of-A. B. 281–

463, 466, 532, 605, 685.

Banks—legalizes forwarding of collection checks directly to payer-S. B. 112

-247, 284, 286, 296, 324, 346, 804, 810.
Banks-allows lien on safe deposit box contents for unpaid rental-S. B.

113—247, 284, 286, 296, 323, 346, 804, 810.
Banks-permits savings, to receive deposits to a sum not exceeding

$10,000—S. B. 139--272, 306, 307, 341, 406, 462, 750, 763.
Banks—permits savings, to invest in commercial paper-S. B. 140—272, 309,

310, 361, 406, 462, 750, 763.
Banks—confers on State, power to act in fiduciary capacities-A. B. 428-581,

587, 590, 592, 660, 710.
Bar examinations-relates to taking, by persons entering military or naval

service-S. B. 122–254.
Barber shops-authorizes municipalities to regulate-A. B. 34–734, 739, 740.
Boards of freeholders-increases salaries of members of, in second class

counties-S. B. 53—197, 219, 220, 238, 261, 328, 473.
Boards of freeholders--authorizes, in first class counties to construct hos-

pitals for treatment of contagious diseases-S. B. 79—214, 264, 265, 276,

292, 328, 439, 469, 561.
Boards of freeholders--authorizes Chancellor to hear petitions filed by, for

reapportionment of road costs in certain cases-S. B. 86-215, 250, 251,

255, 279, 328, 749, 763.
Boards of freeholders--increase per diem allowance from $2 to $3 for mem-

bers of-S. B. 96—236, 284, 286, 296, 323, 400, 439, 456, 472.

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