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HOUSE BILL NO. 42.
CITY AND VILLAGE ELECTIONS.
SECTION 1. The council of every city, and board of trustees of every village in the State of Idaho shall immediately after the passage of this act, and annually thereafter not more than two months before every village or city election, appoint a registrar for each ward or election precinct in such city or village, who shall perform the same duties as nearly as may be, as are required of the registrars of election precincts under the general laws of the State.
SEC. 2. The city or village clerk, as the case may be, shall provide, at the expense of the city or village registration books and blank elector's oaths, in form similar to those used for county and State registration, and such other materials as may be necessary to carry out the purposes of this act.
SEC. 3. Such registrars shall take the constitutional oath of office, and shall give notice substantially as required of registrars in cases of State and county registration: Provided, That such notice shall require the registrar to be at his place of registration on the four Saturdays next preceding the day of election, and registration on other days during the same period shall be under the same regulation as are provided by law for State and county registration.
SEC. 4. The compensation of registrars shall be the same as that of the registrars appointed under the general laws of the State and shall be paid by the city or village as the case may be.
SEC. 5. This act shall not apply to cities having special charters which provide for registration.
Approved on the 10th day of March, 1905.
HOUSE BILL NO. 45.
AN ACT RELATING TO FOREIGN CORPORATIONS DOING BUSINESS IN
THE STATE OF IDAHO. Be It Enacted By the Legislature of the State of Idaho:
SECTION 1. That in every case where any corporation not created under the laws of this State, but which does business in this State, has heretofore and prior to the passage of this act complied or in good faith attempted to comply with the constitution and laws of this State by filing with the county recorder of the county in this State in which is designated its principal place of business in this State, a copy of its articles of incorporation, certified by the Secretary of State of the State in which such corporation was organized or incorporated, or his deputy or assistant, or by such other officer as may be charged by law with the custody of the same, and by filing a copy of such articles, certified by such county recorder, with the Secretary of State of this State and by designating some person residing in such county as its agent upon whom process issued by authority of or under any law of this State may be served, and by filing such designation in the office of the Secretary of State of this State and in the office of the clerk of the district court of such county, and by paying to the Secretary of State and to such county recorder and clerk the fees now required by law as provided by section 2653 of the Revised Statutes of Idaho, as amended by an act entitled "An act amending title four, section 2653 of the Revised Statutes of Idaho concerning corporations," approved March 10th, 1903; then all acts, transactions, contracts and agreements heretofore or hereafter done, made or entered into by such corporation and all deeds and conveyances to it or by it made or executed, shall be as valid and effectual and shall have the same force and effect and may be sued on and enforced in the same manner, and such corporation shall have the same rights and privileges as if such corporation had duly complied with the said constitution and laws before the expiration of the time fixed and limited by said section 2653 as so amended by said act approved March 10th, 1903; notwithstanding any previous failure or neglect of such corporation to so comply with said constitution and laws.
SEC. 2. That all the provisions of this act shall apply to every foreign corporation now doing business in this State which shall comply with the constitution and laws
of this State, in the manner hereinbefore set forth, within three months after the passage and approval of this act.
SEC. 3. All acts and parts of acts in conflict with this act or with any part thereof are hereby repealed.
SEC. 4. Whereas, an emergency exists, therefore this act shall take affect and be in force from and after its passage and approval.
Approved the 8th day of February, 1905.
HOUSE BILL NO. 58.
LIC INSTITUTIONS OF THE STATE.
SECTION 1. That all purchases and contracts for sup plies for any of the public institutions of the State, where the public exigencies do not require the immediate delivery of the articles, shall be by advertising a sufficient time previously for proposals for supplying the same.
SEC. 2. At least one month previous to the first day of January, April, July and October, respectively, the Directors of the Idaho Insane Asylum and the Trustees of the Idaho Industrial School shall each meet and determine the supplies that may be necessary for their respective institutions for three months, except such articles as may be perishable and cannot be kept. Said boards shall designate clearly the quantity and quality of the articles required for their respective institutions, and advertise for ten days in some daily newspaper published at the cap ital, having general circulation in the State, also for two consecutive weeks in one or more newspapers published in the section of the State where any of such institutions shall be located, before the first day of January, April, July and October, respectively, for sealed proposals for furnishing said articles for each institution, separately, to be delivered at the institution within ten days after the first day of the months aforesaid: Provided, That the board may permit the delivery of goods monthly, if in their judgment it be deemed best. The bids which propose to furnish supplies for said institutions at the lowest rate shall be accepted for such institution by the respective boards: Provided, further, That no proposals shall be considered by said boards unless the same be accompanied by a bond with such security as the said boards shall re spectively determine, with condition to furnish said articles as proposed in said bid: Provided, further, That said boards may let a contract or contracts for furnishing any of said supplies to any of said institutions for any period not exceeding one year, beginning April first, if, in their judgment, it would be for the best interest of the State so to do.
Sec. 3. The said boards, and each of them, shall, before advertising for bids for furnishing any such supplies, submit the list thereof to the Governor, Secretary of State and Attorney General, who shall act as a board for the purpose of passing upon and revising such lists, with power to strike therefrom any article articles not deemed by them necessary for such institutions, and to change such lists, and said list shall be published as revised by said last named board.
SEC. 4. This act shall not apply to the State Normal schools, State university or academy of Idaho.
SEC. 5. All acts and parts of acts in conflict herewith are hereby repealed.
SEC. 6. Whereas an emergency exists this act shall be in force from and after its passage and approval.
This act became a law on the 23rd day of February, 1905.
HOUSE BILL NO. 65.
AMONG LIVE STOCK; CREATING A LIVE STOCK SANI-
LEVYING OF A TAX THEREFOR.
SECTION 1. The Governor is authorized to appoint a State Live Stock Sanitary Board consisting of seven memhers, one from each judicial district of the State; three members from the cattle interests; three members from the sheep interests, and one member from the horse interests in this State. The members of said board, before entering upon their duties, shall take the oath of office and file the same with the Secretary of State. Three members of said board shall be appointed for a term of one year and four members for a term of two years. After such tirst appointment all members shall be appointed for a term of two years. The board shall select one of their number president and shall appoint a secretary for the board.
SEC. 2. The members of said Sanitary Board shall receive no compensation for their services, but must be allowed their actual hotel and traveling expenses incurred by them while engaged in the performance of their duties, to be paid out of the fund hereinafter created to be known as the Live Stock Sanitary Fund. The secretary shall be paid a salary of six hundred (600) dollars per annum, payable monthly, out of said fund.
It is hereby made the duty of said board to exercise a general supervision over, and so far as may be, to protect the live stock interests of the State from losses from theft and diseases, and to devise and recommend from time to time such legislation as in their judgment will foster and promote this industry.
SEC. 3. All bills for expenses incurred under the provisions of this act shall be certified by the sanitary board to the State Board of Examiners, and when allowed by them shall be paid by warrants drawn on the Live Stock Sanitary Fund in the State Treasury.
SEC. 4. The board shall make an annual report, in writing, to the Governor, on or before the first day of December of each year, and must state therein the transactions of the board for the previous year.
SEC. 5. The Governor is authorized to appoint a State veterinary surgeon, who shall hold his office for a term of two years, unless sooner removed for incompetency or neglect of duty. Said appointee shall be a graduate of some recognized college of veterinary surgery of good standing and repute. Said veterinary surgeon shall receive an annual salary of eighteen hundred (1800) dollars to be paid monthly as the salaries of other State of