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Corporations-regulates charges by, for furnishing gas and electricity-S. B.

238364.
Corporations-provides for fees to be paid to the State upon issuance of

stock without normal par-A. B. 73–414, 421, 633, 634, 707, 765.
Corporations provides for issuance of stock without stated par value-A. B.

74—414, 421, 633, 634, 707, 765.
Corporations--gives certain, same power as allowed general, in dissolutions

proceedings—A. B. 492—742, 744, 766, 793, 801.
Counties-permits referendum on government for-S. B. 199—306, 633, 734.
Counties—relates to the election of registrar of deeds in certain-A. B. 54—

412, 419, 434, 435, 475, 527.
County budget-makes legal a, which was made without advertising—A. B.

513—742, 744, 756, 757.
County officers—increases salaries of certain-A. B. 132–473, 648, 649, 654,

717, 733, 738, 762, 765.
County officers—makes salaries of, paid semi-monthly-A. B. 176—439, 441.
County officers-amends law concerning fees for-A. B. 232—508, 514, 533,

635, 710, 794, 795, 797, 801.
County officers-compels freeholders to include in county clerk's salary in

first class counties pay for deputies, etc.-A. B. 233—473, 508, 514, 533,

635, 710, 794, 795, 798, 801.
Courts-fixes salaries of judges of Circuit-S. B. 9-176, 208, 210, 218, 221,

243, 277, 365, 368, 394, 395, 402, 403, 404, 405, 462, 472, 488, 559, 572, 603,

604, 695, 730.
Courts-provides for appointment of Yiddish interpreters in Common Pleas-

S. B. 134–271, 473, 572, 573, 590, 732.
Courts—fixes salary of judge of Common Pleas, in certain counties-S. B.

135—271, 306, 307, 329, 473.
Courts-gives to Chancery, attachment powers possessed by courts of law-

S. B. 143—273, 329, 330, 361, 376, 805, 810.
Courts—permits judge of Quarter Sessions to allow fee for transcript of

testimony in certain cases—S. B. 191—305, 369, 372, 398, 450, 471, 807,

812.
Courts---fixes salaries of Common Pleas judges in counties over 100,000

S. B. 216–342.
Courts—fixes salaries of Common Pleas judges in counties less than 100,000

S. B. 217-342, 550, 551, 590, 630, 726, 772, 801.
Courts-provides the number of names for struck jury lists—S. B. 232—349,

405, 469, 563, 576, 790, 791, 792, 793, 814.
Courts- makes sale of lands under executions issued by any court that they

shall set out amount of judgment, etc.-A. B. 77–315, 318, 335, 339, 395,

468.
Courts--makes a graduating scale of salaries of court attendants—A. B. 79

315, 318, 402, 404, 444, 468, 472.
Courts--permits judges of Common Pleas, in first class counties to fix sal-

aries of certain attendants-A. B. 90—414, 422, 470, 472, 484, 539, 551,

808, 814.
Courts--eliminates unnecessary work for court clerk and sheriff-A. B. 101

--337, 338, 760.

Courts—increases salary of court criers and sergeant-at-arms in certain

counties–A. B. 104-472, 698, 701, 782, 801.
Courts-authorizes Supreme Court justices to fix salaries of certain court at-

tendants in first class counties–A. B. 121–415, 422, 458, 459, 472, 539.
Courts--supplements Chancery law by providing for appointment of receiver

of rents in foreclosure proceedings—A. B. 149–478, 479, 675, 680, 734.
Courts—increases salary of county judges in certain counties—A. B. 412—

581, 587, 633, 634, 748.
Courts—fixes charges per folio for transcript of testimony-A. B. 466–683,

694, 695, 760.
Courts-increases salaries of Common Pleas judges-A. B. 497—743, 745.
Court criers-gives, annual salary of $1,600 in certain counties–S. B. 184–

304, 473.
Crimes--makes it high misdemeanor to display any flag or ensign bearing in-

scription opposed to organized government-S. B. 13—177, 208, 210, 218,

221, 277, 306, 349, 399.
Crimes—makes it misdemeanor to procure for or sell liquor to any person in

the uniform of military or naval service—S. B. 15–178, 208, 210, 218, 221,

223, 277.
Crimes-makes misdemeanor drawing of checks with intent to defraud-S. B.

47—195, 232, 233, 238, 449, 471, 610, 637, 710.
Crimes—permits sentencing of persons between ages of 16 and 25 years to

Clinton or Rahway Reformatories-S. B. 99-244, 311, 312, 361, 380, 610,

637, 710.
Crimes—makes it misdemeanor to communicate with inmates of State insti-

tutions without proper authority-S. B. 101—245, 289, 296, 333, 334, 400,

696, 729.
Crimes-allows sentencing to reformatory persons, sentences for a term of

three years or less-S. B. 103—245, 287, 288, 296, 340, 368, 427, 462, 696,

729.
Crimes--inakes it unlawful to wilfully wear the badge of veterans of foreign

wars-A. B. 70-413, 420, 458, 459, 575, 576.
Crimes-prevents sale pistols, guns, etc., except by licensed persons-A. B. 93

-414, 422, 755, 760.
Crimes—makes minimum sentence greater in cases of murder in first degree

than in second degree cases-A. B. 161–578, 583, 593, 594, 673, 705, 764.
Crines--makes a person guilty of arson who maliciously burns a property

whether in possession or not-A. B. 163—416, 424, 460, 461, 597, 685.
Crimes - amends law for the protection of citizens in civil rights-A. B. 180–

507, 512.
Crimes--permits judges in murder cases to charge jury regarding recom-

mendation of life imprisonment or death penalty-A. B. 370—614, 621, 691,

692, 745.
Crimes--permits courts to sentence persons for violation of probation-A. B.
450—650, 652.

D

Danrages-permits compensation where fruit trees and crops are damaged

by wild animals--S. B. 120—254.
Dairy Commission-creates a State, and fixes license fee for stations-S.

B. 33—186.

Deeds and mortgages-requires that the residence of parties to, be stated

therein-A. B. 155–507, 512, 593, 594, 672.
Deeds--validates acknowledgments on, after having been recorded five years

-A. B. 209—440, 442, 458, 459, 546.
Dental clinics-permits cities of first class to increase appropriations for-S.

B. 46—195, 218, 219, 230, 242, 277, 609, 636, 710.
Dependent children--permits Board of Children's Guardians to have jurisdic-

tion over, of deceased widows-A. B. 256–579, 584, 593, 595.
Dependent children-directs that Board of Children's Guardians be given

$3.00 per month increase for care of-A. B. 260—579, 584, 593, 595.
Dependent children-shortens period for service of notice in, cases-A. B. 261

-579, 584, 593, 595, 671, 705, 764.
Detectives--relates to county, and fixes salaries—S. B. 192—305, 405, 438, 473

555, 576, 697, 729, 773, 774, 791, 800, 801.
Detectives-provides for licensing of private-S. B. 223–346.
Detectives-gives county detectives benefit of service in police department in

determining salary-A. B. 467—465, 467, 498, 602, 685.
Disorderly house--makes place where children under 14 years of age are em-

ployed-S. B. 153—275, 306, 308, 361, 554, 576.
Disorderly person-provides that any person bathing in streams used as public

water supply shall be a–S. B. 168—299.
Disorderly persons—makes those guilty of inducing others to engage in lewd-

ness—A. B. 165–612, 617, 628, 633, 709, 765.
Disorderly person-adjudges any one who obtains food or lodging with in.

tent to defraud a-A. B. 432—581, 587, 674, 681, 735. ·
Disposal plants-restricts location of, and filtration beds—S. B. 132—270.
District Court-fixes salary of sergeant-at-arms of, at $1,200—S. B. 11-177

473, 484, 590, 631, 726.
District Court-fixes salary, clerks in certain judicial districts–S. B. 38

187, 473.
District Court-permits reopening of, suits when decision is reserved for more

than thirty days-S. B. 183—303, 458, 459, 484, 564, 576.
District Court-fixes salaries of stenographers in—S. B. 209—340, 369, 373, 398,

456, 457, 472, 484, 520, 576.
District Court-fixes fee of clerk in, cases--S. B. 210—340, 369, 373, 438, 520,

576.
District Court-increases salaries of judges of, in certain districts—A. B. 108

-683, 684, 723, 724, 755.
District Court-raises salary of, clerks in certain cities-A. B. 324-472, 639,

649, 651, 778.
District Courts-permits freeholders to designate where, shall sit-A. B. 445-

511, 518, 536, 557, 559.
District Courts-fixes salary of judge and clerk of, in certain cities--A. B.

419-472, 684, 709, 757, 774, 801.
Dogs-repeals sundry acts concerning-A. B. 385–615, 621.
Dogs--makes uniform State-wide dog law for protection of live stock-A. B.

386—615, 621.

E

East Newark borough-validates certain bond issues of-S. B. 69204, 284,

285, 296, 321, 346, 610, 637, 710.
East Orange-permits, to improve Park avenue, East Orange-S. B. 240

393, 455, 456, 484, 494, 527, 571, 638, 697, 730.
Elections provides that results of primary, shall be sent to municipal clerk

within one day after such election-S. B. 19—180, 217, 230 297, 346, 477,

496, 590, 801.
Elections-provides that county clerks shall within two days after receiving

result of primary, transmit same to Secretary of State-S. B. 20180,

217, 238, 256, 257, 328, 568, 576.
Elections--provides method of recount of votes in certain cases—S. B. 24–

181, 217, 230, 255, 281.
Elections-regulates publication of notices in newspapers where vacancies

occur in State's representation in U. S. Senate-S. B. 25--182, 217, 218,

230, 240, 277, 609, 802.
Elections-amends law concerning contested, by extending provisions to elec-

tions for members of U. S. Senate--S. B. 27–182, 217, 218, 238, 257, 281.
Elections--provides general revision of, laws–S. B. 106—246, 330, 458, 590,

634, 726, 754, 755, 801.
Elections-changes registry day to the first Tuesday in September-S. B.

'5-248.
Elections--provides for conventions of political parties previous to primaries

each year-S. B. 116–249.
Elections--fixes compensation of Supreme Court justices in election cases,

S. B. 165-298, 473.
Elections--permits election officers to rectify mistakes in statements filed

with county clerk-A. B. 120-578, 582.
Elections-repeals corrupt practice act passed in 1918-A. B. 157–507, 512.
Elections--creates a new form of election ballot-A. B. 192—743, 745.
Elections--provides registration day for voters in commissioned governed

cities--A. B. 250509, 573.
Elections--provides that members of registry boards shall live in ward where

they serve-A. B. 263—-509, 515.
Elections—provides scheme for the voting of soldiers and sailors-A. B.

368–742, 744, 775, 776, 801.
Elections--authorizes prosecutors to appoint persons to carry out chapter

210 of, laws of 1918-A. B. 456682, 683, 723, 724, 736.
Employment bureau-creates, to provide opportunities for employment for

returning soldiers and sailors—S. B. 5-175, 210, 211, 218, 221, 222, 277,

425, 453, 472.
Employers' liability--amends, law by placing liability for the acts of third

person or corporation on the employer-S. B. 10-176, 177, 277, 280, 329,

350, 368, 379, 400, 477, 496, 590, 710.
Employers' liability--provides for printing of copies of-S. J. R. 2—276, 352,

363, 368, 427, 462, 472, 570, 638, 697, 730.
Employers' liability-extends time for appeal under, law-S. B. 159—287,
306, 308, 341, 386, 387, 471, 570, 576, 696, 730.

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Employers' liability-places deceased minor employee in same class as adult,

and raises minimum compensation-A. B. 28-314, 316.
Employers' liability-enables N. J. companies to cover assured so as to meet

obligations of New York companies—A. B. 152–529, 530, 640, 641, 637,

710.
Employment agency-provides that persons procuring employment for trained

nurses shall obtain a license as an-A. B. 17–612, 617.
Escheat of property-authorizes persons who first inform Attorney-General

that any, has occurred to receive one-third of selling price--S. B. 92-

228, 249, 251, 255, 300, 306, 363, 548, 686.
Essex county-incorporates second judicial district of-A. B. 494–616, 623,

660.
Estates-provides for distribution of surplus of personal, person dying in-

testate-S. B. 60—202, 265, 276, 291, 328, 569, 576.
Extradition--allows taking of prisoner from State without, formalities where

he consents--A. B. 298_510, 516, 566, 567, 575, 666, 710.

F
Female examiners-provides that where female is called upon for physical

examination, female physician shall be appointed upon request--A. B. 85

-414, 421.
Fish and game-places with, commission licensing of pound fisheries-S. B.

56-197, 228, 230, 238, 260, 328, 610, 637, 710.
Fish and game-amend, act to extend protection in sale of Canada game-

S. B. 35–187, 228, 230, 231, 238, 258, 570, 629, 675, 710.
Fish and game-makes it unlawful to kill English or ring-necked pheasants-

S. B. 75–209, 216, 217, 230, 243, 277.
Fish and game-makes unlawful to kill female pheasant for five years-S. B.

94—235, 402, 403, 469, 559, 560, 686.
Fish and game-fixes closed season on sturgeon in Delaware river to five

years--S. B. 107–246, 247, 277, 278, 296, 306, 377, 378, 388, 389, 471, 804,

810.
Fire engines-authorizes towns and villages to purchase--S. B. 149-274.

309, 335, 351, 400, 805, 811.
Fish and game-permits fishing in Delaware bay with nets 100 fathoms in

length-S. B. 156–284.
Fish and game-makes unlawful to have turtle dove in possession except

between September 15 and December 1-S. B. 157–284.
Fish and game-relates to taking of oysters in Cape May streams tributary

to Delaware bay-S. B. 162-290.
Fish and game-re-enacts the closed season on female ring-necked pheasants

-A. B. 22-411, 417, 433, 474.
Fish and game-prohibits shooting of ducks, geese, etc. from aircraft-A. B.

31-412, 418, 433, 505, 527.
Fish and game-makes deer season five consecutive days in December-A. B.

32—412, 418, 446, 447, 536, 576.
Fish and game-provides fine upon cat owners for each bird killed-A. B.

75-414, 421, 672, 681, 721.
Fish and game -removes bobolink from class of game birds-A. B. 1-

507, 512.

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