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provisions of this act, to immediately issue his warrant and cause such person or persons so accused to be brought before him, and proceed to try such accused party as in cases of misdemeanor; and in case such accused party shall be found guilty of having violated any of the provisions of this act, shall assess the fine as provided in the second section of this act, such fine and costs to be collected as provided by law in other cases of misdemeanor.
SEC. 4. In case the owner or owners of any cask, bar- Search warrant rel, keg, bottle, or box so marked, stamped, and registered as aforesaid, shall in person or by agent make oath in writing before any justice of the peace or police judge, that he has reason to believe, and does believe, that any manufacturer or bottler of soda, mineral water, or other beverage,
other person is using in any manner by this act declared to be unlawful any of the casks, barrels, kegs, bottles, or boxes of such person or his principal; or that any junk dealer or dealers in casks, barrels, kegs, bottles or boxes, or any other dealer, manufacturer, or bottler has any such cask, barrel, keg, bottle, or box secreted in, about, or upon his, her, or their premises, the said justice of the peace or police judge shall issue his search warrant and cause the premises designated to be searched, as in other cases where search warrants are issued, as is now provided by law; and in case any such cask, barrel, keg, bottle, or box duly marked or stamped, and registered as aforesaid, shall be found in, upon, or about the premises so designated, the officer executing such search warrant shall thereupon arrest the person or persons named in such search warrant, and bring him, her, or them before the justice of the peace or police judge who issued such warrant, who shall thereupon hear and determine such case, and if the accused is found guilty, he, she, or they shall be fined as provided in the second section of this act.
Costs and fines. Sec. 5. All costs incurred in the enforcement of the
provisions of this act shall be assessed and collected in the same manner as criminal cases; and all fines collected by virtue of this act, shall be turned over by the justice of the peace or the police judge collecting the same, in the same manner and for the same purpose as fines in cases of misdemeanors are now by law disposed of.
Approved March 1st, A.D. 1883.
AN ACT legalizing dissections and for other purposes.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Nebraska :
Bodies to be dissected.
SECTION 1. That it shall be lawful to carry on dissections of the human body for scientific, educational, and legal purposes within the state of Nebraska under the restrictions hereinafter provided in this act.
SEC. 2. The bodies of all paupers dying within this state, whose persons are unclaimed after death by any relatives or friends for the purpose of interment, shall be turned over to any legally organized medical college or any physician or surgeon authorized under the laws of this state to practice therein, under the conditions contained in section three of this act. SEC. 3. Any medical college, through its president,
3 dean, or secretary, or any surgeon authorized to practice in this state, may procure the body or bodies of deceased paupers, whose bodies are unclaimed by relatives or friends for interment, by filing an application therefor, accompanied by a bond in the penal sum of five hundred dollars binding the applicant to procure,
Medical college may proeure body
convey, and dissect the body or bodies applied for in a manner that shall be private and in no wise shock the sensibilities of the community where such body is procured, conveyed, or dissected, and the applicant shall state in said application that the body or bodies is or are required for scientific investigation, or for educational purposes. Upon making such application to the county clerk of any court in this state where such pauper or paupers may be, and filing such bond with said county clerk, he shall issue his order, under this act, to the properly authorized officer of the county having charge of said pauper's body or bodies, to turn the same over to the party or parties above named, who have made application therefor. Sec. 4. No bodies applied for in accordance with Bodies not to
be transportod. the provisions of this act shall be transported or used Penalty. outside of the limits of this state. Any one violating the provisions of this act shall upon conviction thereof before any tribunal authorized to try such offense, be fined not less than one hundred dollars, and not more than three hundred dollars, or shall be imprisoned in the county jail not less than one month nor more than six months.
Sec. 5. This act to take effect and be in force from To take effect. and after its passage according to law.
Approved February 20th, A.D. 1883.
AN ACT to amend section 4 of chapter 55 of the Compiled Statutes
Qualifications to register.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Nebraska :
No person shall be entitled to registration as a physician or surgeon under the provisions of this act, or to practice medicine, surgery, or obstetrics, or any branch thereof in this state, unless he or she shall be possessed of one of the qualifications named in this section as follows: First. A graduate of a legally chartered medical college or institution having authority to grant the degree of “ Doctor of Medicine;” or, Second. Persons who can show documentary evidence that they have passed a satisfactory examination before medical boards of other states created for the purpose of such examination, and all surgeons and assistant surgeons who were commissioned and served as such in the late war of the rebellion; or, Third. A person
. who shall have, at the time this act takes effect, attended one course of lectures in a legally chartered medical college or institution having authority to confer the degree of “Doctor of Medicine" and practiced medicine continually for three years, the last one year of which practice shall have been in this state; or
Fourth. A person who shall have been, at the time of the taking effect of this act, engaged in the practice of medicine, surgery, or obstetrics for a livelihood for a period of ten years, the last two years of which practice has been in this state. Provided, That no person not a
resident of this state at the time this act takes effect, who has not received the degree of doctor of medicine from a legally chartered medical college or institution having authority to grant the same, shall be admitted to registration under this act, or authorized to practice medicine, surgery, or obstetrics in this state.
SEC. 2. Section four of the act hereby amended, as Act repealed now existing, is hereby repealed.
Comp. Stat. 348
1881, 283, Approved March 1st, A.D. 1883.
AN ACT to amend section thirty-six of the Statutes of Nebraska,
prescribing the pay of the Nebraska National Guards when called into active service.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Nebraska:
SECTION 1. That all privates, non-commissioned offi- Pay. cers, and musicians of the Nebraska National Guards, when called out by the Commander-in-chief, shall receive for each day's service two dollars and transportation commutation, and forage as is prescribed by the army regulations of the United States. All commissioned officers shall receive three dollars for each day's service and transportation commutation, and forage as prescribed to privates, non-commissioned officers, and musicians; Provided, That on parades and encampments authorized by this act they shall receive transportation and commutation of rations only. Provided further, That the adjutant general shall receive an annual salary of three hundred dollars. Provided, Nothing in this act shall be construed to authorize the Commander-in-chief to call out the Nebraska National