Bill No. 80. An act authorizing the payment of the account of Rodger Wades Furniture Co. Passed House November 1, 1899. Passed Senate November 1, 1899. Becomes a law by constitutional limitation. Approved by President McKinley on April 17, 1900.
Bill No. 9. A resolution endorsing the action of the Principal Chief relative to the constitutional convention. Passed Senate October 10, 1905. Passed House October 11, 1905. Approved October 24, 1905.
A letter from J. George Wright To E.H. Wilson advising that a copy of the resolution relative to constitutional convention, has been forwarded to chairman of the committee on territories. December 26, 1905.
What About Sunday Openings?; Leased Equipment and Property Taxes; The F.T.C. and Inducing Discriminatory Allowances; The Ethics of Data Accumulation—Revisited; What Attracts a Clerical Worker?; Constitutional Rights When There is a Citizen's...