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chauffeurs, and to repeal an act entitled an act to regulate the running of automobiles, locomobiles and other vehicles and conveyances whose motive power is other than animals, along and over the public highways of this State; to provide for the registration of the same; to provide uniform rules regulating the use and speed thereof; and to prescribe for the violation of said rules, approved March 17, 1910, as heretofore amended.
No. 118. House bill to amend and re-enact section 2115 of the Code of Virginia, as heretofore amended in relation to fishing by non-residents.
No. 123. House bill to require railway companies, operating by electric power or steam, and their employees, to clear from their rights of way, brush and trees at public grade crossings along their lines.
No. 130. House bill to amend and re-enact an act, approved February 17, 1910, entitled an act to enable incorporated towns and cities to contribute to the building or improvement of public roads and bridges leading to such towns or cities, is amended by an act, approved February 17, 1916; so as to enable incorporated towns and cities to construct bridges across streams beyond or within their corporate limits, to borrow money and issue their municipal bonds therefor, for the purchase or construction of such bridges, and to validate municipal bonds heretofore issued for such purposes.
No. 143. House bill to punish the making or use of false statements to obtain property or credit.
No. 146. House bill to amend and re-enact an act entitled an act to secure to operatives and laborers engaged in and about railroad shops, coal mines, manufactories of iron and steel, and all other manufactories, and railroad clerks, the payment of wages at regular intervals, and in lawful money of the U'nited States, approved May 23rd, 1887, as amended and re-enacted by an act approved March 11th, 1912.
No. 148. House bill in relation to the commission to establish the boundary line between the States of Virginia and West Virginia.
No. 153. House bill to provide that judgment or decree, as the case may be, shall be given for the defendant in any motion or proceeding to forfeit a bail bond or recognizance, or in any proceeding to enforce the same or a judgment thereon, where it shall appear that the person for whose alleged default such motion is made or proceedings are founded or such bond or recognizance was forfeited, was prevented from complying with the condition or such bond or recognizance by reason of his having enlisted or been drafted in the army or navy of the United States.
No. 155. House bill to amend and re-enact an act entitled an act to provide in cities containing forty thousand inhabitants or more
for the appointment of matron for the jails, and to fix their compensation and provide how the same shall be paid, approved March 12, 1908.
No. 156. House bill authorizing experts in making mental tests to act as members of commissions in proceedings for commitment of feeble-minded persons to the State colonies and also to testify before such commissions.
No. 157. House bill to provide for the disposition of infants of convict mothers.
No. 158. House bill to extend the time for collecting taxes accounted for by city, county and town treasurers, and not returned delinquent.
No. 161. House bill to amend and re-enact section 448 of the Code of Virginia, as heretofore amended, in relation to commissioners of revenue.
No. 164. House bill to amend and re-enact section 1402 of the Code of Virginia, approved March 28, 1902, in relation to suits by and against trustees.
No. 175. House bill to amend and re-enact sections 3527, 3530 and 3531 of the Code of Virginia, as heretofore amended, in relation to fees of justice of the peace, attorney for the Commonwealth, clerks, sheriffs, sergeants, jailers, coroners, criers, constables, etc.
No. 179. House bill to provide for the appointment of staff officers in the National Guard.
No. 188. House bill to authorize and empower the board of supervisors of Russell county, Virginia, to establish and maintain toll gates upon the several improved roads in the several magisterial districts of said county, fix the rate of toll thereof and collect the same.
No. 196. House bill authorizing the board of directors of any public service corporation operating a gas, electric or water plant within the limits of any city or town, or within territory, contiguous thereto, to sell or lease to said city or town the entire plant of said corporation, or any part thereof, including its franchises and easements, provided said action of the board of directors be authorized or ratified by an affirmative vote of a majority in interest of the stock issued and outstanding, unless a larger interest is provided by the charter or by-laws of said corporation.
No. 197. House bill for the appointment of trustees for the town of York.
No. 199. House bill to amend and re-enact section 2105 of the Code of Virginia, in relation to fish ladders, as amended by an act, approved March 5, 1900.
No. 200. House bill to amend and re-enact an act approved March 14, 1908, and entitled an act giving to cities and towns upon
leasing or purchasing gas, electric and water companies operating iu territory contiguous to its corporate limits the right to continue to operate, maintain and extend same.
No. 202. House bill to authorize the board of supervisors of Rockbridge county to provide for the protection of sheep and other live stock by a license tax on dogs, the enforcement thereof, and the re-imbursement of the owners of such animals killed or injured by dogs, out of the proceeds of such tax.
No. 209. House bill to authorize the board of visitors of the Virginia Polytechnic Institute to sell and convey a certain parcel of land not needed for the purposes of said institution.
No. 212. House bill to amend and re-enact section 3100 of the (Code of Virginia, as heretofore amended.
No. 221. House bill to allow personal representatives and guardians of estates of $100.00 or less, in the discretion of the court, to qualify by giving bond without surety, and to provide that upon the qualification of a personal representative of an estate of a decedent, of $100.00 or less in value, no tax or court cost shall be charged upon such qualification.
No. 228. House bill to permit the teaching of high school subjects in primary schools in certain cases.
No. 231. House bill to authorize cities in this Commonwealth of fifty thousand inhabitants or more, according to the last census of the United States, to increase the salary of the civil justice of said city to an amount not to exceed four thousand dollars per annum, during the term of office of said civil justice.
No. 232. House bill to repeal the special and local acts relating to the catching of fish in the waters of Russell county.
No. 235. House bill to make the north fork of the Holston river in Saltville district of Washington county a lawful fence.
No. 240. House bill to provide for the protection of game in the counties of Amelia and Nottoway.
No. 253. House bill to regulate the treatment, handling and work of prisoners sentenced to the State penitentiary, and to appropriate funds therefor.
No. 260. House bill to amend and re-enact an act entitled an act relating to the situs for taxation of intangible property owned by corporations which do business in this State, approved March 22, 1916.
No. 261. House bill authorizing the council of the town of Gretna, in the county of Pittsylvania, to use and dispose of the net profits derived from the dispensary in said town.
No. 266. House bill to amend and re-enact chapter 279 of an act of the General Assembly, approved March 16, 1910, entitled an act to require the State Treasurer to charge off the books of his office all checks drawn by him on State depositories which have not been presented for payment within five years from the date they were issued, and to require him to certify the fact to the Auditor of Public Accounts, and to the State depositories on which these checks were drawn not to pay same.
No. 275. House bill to dispose of certain moneys in the hands of the Treasurer.
No. 277. House bill to appropriate certain sums of money from the Virginia State treasury in aid of duly organized Confederate memorial associations of this State, having in charge and that expend such money upon cemeteries containing the graves of Confederate soldiers or sailors.
No. 278. House bill to appropriate $810.25 to compensate A. Wingfield Baker for subsistence and supplies furnished by him to Company A, Engineers, National Guard of Virginia, under command of Captain Wm. F. R. Griffith, between the time of its organization and mobilization, July 5, 1916, and its muster into the Federal service, July 25, 1916.
No. 290. House bill to amend and re-enact section 1656-a of the Code of Virginia.
No. 300. House bill to restrict the trading in second-hand grate baskets, electric light or gas fixtures, locks or other builders' hardware, plumbing fixtures, balls and bell fixtures, lead or brass water pipes, or any part of such fixtures or pipes.
No. 302. House bill prohibiting the use of public drinking cups.
No. 305. House bill to amend and re-enact section 164 of the Code of Virginia of 1904 as amended and re-enacted March 14, 1908, as amended and re-enacted March 17, 1910, as amended and re-enacted February 18, 1915, in relation to qualifications of disability of person holding office under United States so as to allow rural carriers of United States government to be appointed and act as notary public
No. 307. House bill to ratify and confirm judicial proceedings in partition suits where parcels of real estate, in which infants bad undivided interests, have been conveyed to corporation organized for the purpose of acquiring such real estate in exchange for its capital stock.
No. 321. House bill to appropriate, upon certain conditions, the sum of $630.00 for the installation of three automatic flue cleaners (one for each boiler), for the Virginia State Power Plant, Richmond, Virginia.
No. 329. House bill to amend and re-enact section 508 of the Code of Virginia, as heretofore amended, and to appropriate sums collected hereunder for the payment of pensions and for the support of the public free schools of the primary and grammar grades.
No. 330. House bill to regulate the business of itinerant venders and itinerant auctioneers, prescribing a specific license therefor and providing penalties for a violation thereof.
No. 337. House bill appropriating the sum of $43,000.00 for the purchase of tract of land in Powhatan county, Virginia.
No. 338. House bill to appropriate $100.00 for payment of account due by commission on efficiency and economy for stenographic work.
No. 341. Hlouse bill limiting the number of quail, partridges, and wild turkeys that may be killed in one day by any one person in the county of Brunswick.
No. 352. House bill to provide for the recordation of certain maps and plats and validating certain maps and plats already recorded.
No. 357. House bill to appropriate the public revenue for the two fiscal years ending, respectively, on the 28th day of February, 1919, and the 29th day of February, 1920.
No. 358. House bill to amend and re-enact section 1671 of the Code of Virginia as heretofore amended in relation to commissions of lunacy and their fees (affecting section 1021 of the report of the revisers of the Code).
No. 360. House bill to authorize the sale and conveyance of a lot of not exceeding fifteen acres of land, part of the State Penitentiary Farm.,
No. 363. House bill to amend and re-enact section 1 of an act approved November 28, 1903, entitled an act to provide for the contraction of the corporate limits of cities and towns.
No. 382. House bill to amend and re-enact section 3142 of the Code of Virginia, relative to lists of jurors.
No. 384. House bill to validate certificates of acknowledgment taken by notaries public in foreign countries.
No. 393. House bill to validate certain obligations of the city of Norfolk, and authorizing the said city to refund or renew the same by issuing renewal or other obligations.
No. 394. House bill to ratify, confirm and validate all elections, proceedings, acts or things heretofore held, done and performed in the city of Norfolk, a city having a population in excess of sixty-five thousand inhabitants and less than one hundred thousand inhabitants, in reference to the granting, pursuant to chapter fifty-five of the Acts of the General Assembly of nineteen hundred and sixteen, of a special form of government to the said city by the General Assembly, as provided for by an act approved Febrnary seventh, nineteen hundred and eighteen.
No. 399. House bill to authorize the town of Onancock, in the county of Accomac, Virginia, to borrow money.