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deputies, two thousand five hundred dollars per annum; which salary shall be the only compensation he shall receive for all services required of him or of any deputy he may appoint.

The clerk of the Supreme Court shall appoint a deputy clerk resident at the said city of Lewiston, who shall keep his office in said city, and who shall receive as compensation for his services the sum of five hundred dollars per annum.

SEC. 6. The clerk of the Supreme Court shall provide records, stationery, furniture and a safe, for the said office of the clerk of the Supreme Court located at said city of Lewiston as aforesaid at a cost not to exceed one thousand dollars.

The clerk shall, on the first day of January, April, July and October, of each year deliver to the State Auditor a statement, verified by oath, showing the different items of fees received or charged by him, from whom, at what time, and for what services, during the preceding three months, and on the same day he shall pay to the State Treasurer the amount of said fees, who shall give his receipt therefor, and, upon exhibition of said receipt, the Auditor shall draw his warrant upon the treasury for the amount of salary due. Crier and bailiff, four dollars per day, each, and messenger, two dollars per day.

The crier, bailiff and messenger to receive pay only when necessarily engaged in their duties as such officers; said time to be certified to the Auditoi by one of the Justices of the Supreme Court, at the close of each term of court.

Said salaries shall be paid quarterly out of the State Treasury upon warrants issued by the Auditor.

Sec. 8. This Act shall take effect and be in force from and after its approval by the Governor, an emergency existing therefor.

Approved 2nd day of February, 1899.

SEC. 7.

H. B. NO. 8.

AN ACT
GOVERNING THE STORAGE OF GRAIN, FLOUR, WOOL OR OTHER PRODUCE, WHEN

FOR STORING, SHIPPING, GRINDING OR MANUFACTURING.

RECEIVED

Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Idaho:

SECTION 1. It shall be the duty of every person keeping, controlling, managing or operating, as owner or agent or superintendent of any company or corporation, any warehouse, commission house, forwarding house, mill, wharf or other place where grain, flour, wool or other product is stored, to deliver to the owner of such grain, flour, wool, or other product a warehouse receipt therefor, which receipt shall bear the date of its issuance, and shall state from whom received, the number of sacks (if sacked), the number of bushels or pounds, the condition or quality of the same, and the terms and conditions upon which it is stored. SEC. 2.

No person shall issue any receipt or other vouchers as provided for in section i for any grain, flour, wool or other produce not actually in store at the time of issuing such receipt, or issue any receipt in any respect fraudulent in its character, either as to its date or the quantity, quality or grade of such property, or duplicate or issue a second receipt for the same while any former receipt is outstanding for the same property or any part thereof, without writing across the face of the same the word duplicate.

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No person operating any warehouse, commission house, forwarding house, mill, wharf, or other place where grain, flour, wool or other product or cominodity is stored, shall mix any grain, flour, wool or other product or commodity of different grades together (or different qualities of the same grade), or deliver one grade for another, or in any way tamper with the same while in his possession or custody, and in no case mix different grades together while in store without the consent of the owner or owners thereof in writing.

No person operating any warehouse, commission house, forwarding house, mill, wharf or other place of storage shall sell, hypothecate, ship, transfer or in any manner remove, or permit to be shipped, transferred or removed beyond his custody and control, any grain, flour, wool or other produce or commodity for which a receipt has been given by him as aforesaid, whether received for storing, shipping, grinding or manufacturing or other purposes, without the written assent of the holder of the receipt.

All checks or receipts given by auy person operating any warehouse, commission house, forwarding house, mill, wharf or other place of storage for grain, flour, wool or other produce or commodity stored or deposited, and all bills of lading and transportation receipts of every kind are hereby declared negotiable, and may be transferred by indorsement of the party to whose order such check or receipt was given or issued, and such indorsement shall be deemed a valid transfer of the commodity represented by such receipt and may be inade either in blank or to the order of another.

Sec. 6. On the presentation of the receipt given by any person operating any warehouse, commission house, forwarding house, mill, wharf or any other place of storage for any grain, flour, wool or other produce or commodity, and on payınent of all the charges due thereon the owner shall be entitled to the immediate possession of the coinmodity named in such receipt; and it shall be the duty of such warehouseman, wharfinger, millman or other bailee to deliver such commodity to the owner of such receipt. SEC. 7

Any person who shall violate any of the provisions of this Act shall be guilty of a felony, and, upon conviction thereof, shall be fined in any sum not exceeding five thousand dollars, or be imprisoned in the penitentiary of this State not exceeding five years, or both; and in case of a corporation the person acting for such corporation shall be liable for a like punishment upon indictment and conviction. And all and every person or persons aggrieved by a violation of this Act may have and maintain an action at law against the person or persons, corporation or corporations, violating any of the provisions of this Act, to recover all damages, immediate or consequential, which he or they may have sustained by reason of such violation, before any court of competent jurisdiction, whether such person shall have been convicted under this Act or not.

SEC. 8. Whereas an emergency exists therefor this Act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

Approved 2nd day of February, 1899.

H. B. NO. 9.

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AN ACT PROHIBIT THE APPOINTMENT AND IMPORTATION OF NON-RESIDENTS, EXCEPT THE UNITED STATES AUTHORITIES, AS PEACE OFFICERS, AND TO PROHIBIT THE UNLAWFUL EXERCISE OF THE AUTHORITY OF SUCH OFFICERS.

Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Idaho:

SECTION 1. The Governor, the sheriff of any county, any United States marshal or deputy United States marshal, mayor of a city or other person authorized by law to appoint special deputy sheriffs, special constables, marshals, policemen or other peace officers in this State to preserve the public peace and prevent or quell public disturbance, shall not hereafter appoint as such special deputy sheriff, special constable, marshal, policeman or other peace officer any person who is not a citizen of the State of Idaho.

Sec. 2. That any person or persons who shall in this State unlawfully exercise or attempt to exercise the functions of, or hold himself or themselves out to any one as, a deputy sheriff, marshal, policeman, constable or peace officer, or any person, whether acting in his own behalf or as an officer of the law, or as the authorized or unauthorized agent or representative of another, or of any association, corporation or company, who shall bring or cause to be brought, or aid in bringing into this State any armed or unarmed police force or detective agency or force, or any armed or unarmed body of men for the suppression of domestic violence shall be guilty of a felony, and, on conviction thereof, shall be punished by imprisonment in the State prison for not less than two (2) years and not more than five (5) years: Provided, That the Legislature or the Executive, when the Legislature cannot be convened, may call upon the lawfully constituted authorities of the United States for protection against invasion and domestic violence, as provided in section four (4), article four (4), of the Constitution of the United States.

Any person, officer, company, association or corporation who shall knowingly bring, or cause to be brought, or aid in bringing, into this State any armed or unarmed police force, detective agency or force, or armed or unarmed body of men for the suppression of domestic violence shall be liable in a civil action to any person for any injury to person of property through the action or as the result of the coming or bringing into the State of such body of men, or any of them, whether acting together or separately in carrying out the purpose for which they were brought or came into the State.

All acts and parts of acts inconsistent with this Act are hereby repealed: Provided, That nothing contained in this Act shall be construed to repeal by implication or otherwise any of the provisions of chapter IV, of title I, of part II of the Penal Code of the State.

Whereas an emergency exists therefor this Act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

Approved 2nd day of February, 1899.

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H. B. NO. 10.

AN ACT
DECLARING THE ASSENT O THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF IDAHO TO

THE PROVISIONS OF AN ACT OF CONGRESS, APPROVED JULY 2, 1862, ENTITLED, “AN ACT DONATING PUBLIC LANDS TO THE SEVERAL STATES WHICH MAY PROVIDE COLLEGES FOR THE BENEFIT OF AGRICULTURE AND MECHANIC ARTS," AND THE ACTS AMENDATORY AND SUPPLEMENTARY THERETO; AND ALSO AN ACT APPROVED MARCH 2, 1887, ENTITLED “AN

ACT TO ESTABLISH AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENTAL STATIONS IN CONNECTION WITH THE
COLLEGES ESTABLISHED IN THE SEVERAL STATES UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF AN ACT
APPROVED JULY 2. 1862, AND OF THE ACTS SUPPLEMENTAL THERETO," AND THE ACTS
AMENDATORY THEREOF AND SUPPLEMENTARY THERETO.

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Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Idaho:

SECTION 1. That the assent of the Legislature of the State of Idaho is hereby given to all the provisions of an act of Congress, approved July 2d, 1862, entitled, “An act donating public lands to the several states which may provide colleges for the benefit of agriculture and the mechanic arts,' and the acts amendatory thereof and supplementary thereto; and, also, an act approved March 2d, 1887, entitled "An act to establish agricultural experimental stations in connection with the colleges established in the several states under the provisions of an act approved July 2d, 1862, and the acts supplemental thereto," and the acts amendatory thereof and supplementary thereto.

SEC. 2. Whereas an emergency exists therefor this Act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

Approved 2nd day of February, 1899.

H. B. NO. 11,

AN ACT
AUTHORIZING RAILROAD COMPANIES TO TAKE. ACQUIRE, PURCHASE, SELL, OR GUARANTEE

THE PAYMENT OF THE BONDS AND OTHER SECURITIES OF OTHER RAILROAD COMPANIES.

Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Idaho:

That section twenty-six hundred and eighty-six (2686) be and the same is hereby added to the Revised Statutes of Idaho, and shall read as follows:

Section 2686. Any railroad corporation, whether chartered by, or organized under, the laws of this State or of the Territory of Idaho, or of the United States, or of any other state or territory, may take, purchase, hold, sell, and disposed of, or guarantee the payment of, the bonds and securities of any other railroad corporation whose line of railroad is continuous of, or by lease, traffic contract, or otherwise connected with, its own line.

Whereas an einergency exists therefor this Act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

Approved on the 2nd day of February, 1899.

H. B. NO. 12.

AN ACT
TO PRESCRIBE SESSIONS OF THE BOARD OF PARDONS, THE MANNER IN WAICH APPLICA-

TIONS FOR PARDON SHALL BE MADE, AND TO REGULATE THE PROCEEDINGS THEREON;
AND FOR THE RELEASE OF CERTAIN PRISONERS ON PAROLE.

Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Idaho:

SECTION 1. The Board of Pardons established by section 7, of article IV, of the Constitution of the State of Idaho, shall meet at the Capitol on the first Wednesday of January, April, July and October of each year. SEC. 2.

The Governor shall preside at all meetings, and the Secretary of State shall be secretary, and shall keep a full and detailed record of the proceedings of the Board.

Applications for pardons, commutations and remittances shall be made to the Board by written or printed petition, giving a full history of the offense alleged to have been committed, and the legal

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proceedings had thereon, together with the reasons for clemency, and proof that due publication, as hereinafter provided, has been made in some newspaper of general circulation in the county wherein the alleged offense was comınitted, and that a copy of said notice has been served on the district judge, district attorney, and chairman of the board of county commissioners of the county wherein the alleged offense was committed or conviction had.

It shall be the duty of the Board, when applications for pardons, commutations, and remittances are duly presented to them, to carefully consider them; and for this end they may make such examination outside the application and accompanying documents as they see fit, and shall, if action favorable to the applicant be decided upon, issue to the applicant a certificate of their action, signed by the chairman and countersigned by the secretary of the Board, and also notify the custodian of the body of the applicant, if he be in custody, of their action.

Sec. 5. Every person having taken a lawful oath or affirmation in an application to the Board, or on the hearing thereof, who shall swear or affirm willfully, corruptly and falsely in any matter material to the issue or point in question, or shall suborn any other person to swear or affirm as aforesaid, shall be deemed guilty of perjury or subordination of perjury (as the case may be), and, upon conviction thereof, shall be punished as hy law provided for such crine.

Sec. 6. All expenses attending the application for a pardon, commutation or remittance, and the proceedings thereon, shall be borne by the applicant, unless for good cause shown the Board shall otherwise direct.

Sec. 7. Upon the receipt of the certificate mentioned in section four (4) of this Act, it shall be the duty of the said custodian forth with to discharge from custody the person to whom the pardon has been granted.

Sec. 8. Upon the remission of a fine or penalty by the Board it shall be the duty of the secretary of the Board forth with to certify the same to the clerk of the court where said fine or forfeiture was adjudged, who shall file the same in his office, and said proceedings shall constitute a satisfaction of the judgment.

SEC. 9. Any member of the Board shall have authority to adininister an oath or affirmation to any person offering to testify upon the hearing of an application, and may issue subpoenas for witnesses. SEC. Io.

The Governor shall have power to restore to citizenship any person who has served a term of imprisonment in the State penitentiary, and the time of sentence has expired, on good cause shown, upon application duly made to him under the same rules, regulations, and procedure as are provided for applications for pardons.

SEC. II. The Board shall have power to make all needful rules and regulations for the conduct of its business not inconsistent with this Act or other provisions of law.

Sec. 12. The Board of Pardons of the Idaho State penitentiary shall have authority under such rules and regulations as the said Board may prescribe, to issue a parole to any prisoner except life convicts, who is now or hereafter may be imprisoned iu said State penitentiary: Provided, That no convict shall be so paroled who is known to have received previous sentence in any prison for a felony: And provided further, That no convict who is serving a time sentence shall be paroled until he has re

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