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gotiable instruments transferred in good faith, and upon valuable consideration before maturity.

Sub-Sec. 307. When any instrument of writing upon which the action or defense is founded is referred to in the plead. ings, the original or a copy thereof shall be tiled with the plead. ing, if within the power or control of the party wishing to use the same, and if such original or a copy thereof be not filed as herein required, or a sufficient reason given for failure to do so, such instrument of writing shall not be admitted in evidence upon the trail.

Sub-Sec. 308. When a written instrument is referred to in a pleading, and the same or a copy thereof is incorporated in, or attached to such pleading, the genuineness and due execution of such written instrument and of every indorsement thereon shall be deemed admitted, unless in a pleading or writing tiled in the cause within the time allowed for pleading, the same be denied under oath; Provided, That if the party desiring to controvert the same is, upon reasonable demand, refused an inspection of such instrument, the execution thereof shall not be deemed admitted by failure to deny the same under oath. Such demand must be in writing filed in the cause, and served upon the opposite party or his attorney; Provided, That the provisions of this Section shall not apply to deeds of conveyance of real estate.

Sec. 2. It is declared as the intent of this act to add all the matter contained in Section 1 hereof to said Section 2685 and to embrace all civil actions omitting those expressly excepted therefrom, within the said Code of Civil Procedure, so that the rules of practice, pleadings, service of process, time of return thereof, formation of issues and rendition of judgments shall all follow one harmonious system in all such civil actions.

Sec. 3. Sub-Section 62 of Section 2685 of the Compiled Laws of 1897, is hereby amended to read as follows:

"Sec. 2685–Sub-Sec. 62. If a third complaint, answer or reply be filed and adjudged insufficient as above, or the whole or some part thereof stricken out, the party tiling such plead ings shall pay such costs and penalties as the court may assess and the court may in its discretion permit no further complaint, answer or reply to be filed and may render judgment on the pleadings.”

Sec. 4. This act shall take effect immediately upon its passage, and all acts and parts of acts in conflict herewith are hereby repealed.

JOINT RESOLUTIONS.

JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 1.

TO SUPPLY MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL AND HOUSE OF REPRE

SENTATIVES WITH THE COMPILED LAWS OF 1897, IN SPANISH AND ENGLISH. C. J. R. No. 1; Approved January 28, 1907.

Be it Resolved by the Council and House of Representatives of the

37th Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New Mexico: That the Librarian of the Territory be, and hereby is, directed and authorized to supply each member of the Legislative Assembly with a copy of the Compiled Laws of New Mexico, of 1897, in Spanish and English, and that such Librarian take credit for the same.

JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 2.

TO SUPPLY MEMBERS OF THE COUNCIL AND HOUSE OF REPRE

SENTATIVES WITH LAWS OF 1899 AND 1901, AND 1903 AND 1905, AND A COPY OF THE JOURNAL OF 1905 OF THE RESPECTIVE HOUSES. C. J. R. No. 2; Approved January 28,

1907. Be it resolved by the Council and House of Representatives of the

37th Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New Mexico: That the Secretary of the Territory be, and he hereby is, directed and authorized to supply each member of the Legislative Assembly with a copy of the Session Laws of 1899, and 1901, and 1903 and 1905, and a copy of the Journals of 1905 of the respective houses and that he take credit for the same.

JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 3.

RELATING TO THE APPOINTMENT OF A JOINT COMMITTEE TO

DRAFT A REGISTRATION AND ELECTION LAW. H. J. R. No.

2; Approved February 8, 1907. Be it resolved by the 37th Legislative Assembly of the Territory of

New Mexico, as follows: That a special committee of five be appointed by the speaker of this body, to act in conjunction with a like committee of the council, to be appointed by the president of the council, which committees are authorized and directed to draft and submit to either house of this Assembly a new Registration and Election Law.

JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 4.

PROVIDING FOR THE PAYMENT OF EMPLOYES AND CONTIN

GENT EXPENSES OF THE LEGISLATURE. H. J. R. No. 4;

Passed over Veto February 8, 1907. Be it resolved by the Council and the House of Representatives of

the 37th Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New Mexico: That the sum of three thousand three hundred and sixtytwo ($3,362.00) dollars is hereby appropriated to pay the salaries of interpreters, translators and contingent expenses of the house of representatives of said Legislative Assembly; and the additional sum of two thousand three hundred and ninety-six ($2,396.00) dollars to pay the salaries of interpre. ters, translators and contingent expenses of the council of said Legislative Assembly.

That upon the presentation of this resolution to the Auditor of the Territory of New Mexico, the said auditor shall draw his warrants against the territorial treasạrer in favor of Roman L. Baca, speaker of the house of representatives for the sum of three thousand three hundred and sixty-two ($3,362.00) dollars and in favor of Charles A. Spiess, presi. dent of the council of said Legislative Assembly for the sum of two thousand three hundred and ninety-six ($2.396.00) dollars respectively; and said treasurer is hereby directed and ordered to pay the same out of any funds in the territorial treasury at the time of the presentation of said warrants, at his discretion, except funds in his hands for the payment of interest on the territorial debt.

That the sums of three thousand three hundred and sixty. two ($3,362.00) dollars and two thousand three hundred and ninety-six ($2,396.00) dollars shall be hereafter paid out as may be directed by said 37th Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New Mexico.

JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 5.

PROVIDING FOR THE PAYMENT OF EMPLOYES AND CONTINGENT

EXPENSES OF THE LEGISLATURE. H. J. R. No. 5; Approved

February 12, 1907. Be it resolved by the House of Representatives of the 37th Legis

lative Assembly of the Territory of New Mexico, the Council

concurring therein: That the sum of twelve hundred ($1,200) dollars is hereby appropriated to pay the salaries of interpreters, translators and contingent expenses of the house of representatives of said Legislative Assembly; and the additional sum of seven hundred and eighty ($780) dollars to pay the salaries of interpreters, translators and contingent expenses of the council of said Legislative Assembly.

That upon the presentation of this resolution to the Auditor of the Territory of New Mexico, the said auditor shall draw his warrants against the territorial treasurer in favor of Roman L. Baca, speaker of the house of representatives for the sum of twelve hundred ($1,200) dollars and in favor of Charles A. Spiess, president of the council of said Legislative Assembly for the sum of seven hundred and eighty ($780) dollars respectively; and said treasurer is hereby directed and ordered to pay the same out of any funds in the territorial treasury at the time of the presentation of said warrants at his discretion, except funds in his hands for the payment of interest on the territorial debt.

That the sum of twelve hundred ($1,200) dollars and seven hundred and eighty ($780) dollars shall be hereafter paid out as may be directed by said 37th Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New Mexico.

JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 6.

PROVIDING FOR THE PAYMENT OF EMPLOYES AND CON

TINGENT EXPENSES OF THE LEGISLATURE. H. J. R. No. 7;

Approved February 28, 1907. Be it resolved by the Council and the House of Representatives of

the 37th Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New Mexico: That the sum of four thousand one hundred and ninetyeight ($4,198) dollars is hereby appropriated to pay the salaries of interpreters, translators and contingent expenses of the house of representatives of said Legislative Assembly; and the additional sum of three thousand and sixty-four ($3,064) dollars to pay the salaries of interpreters, translators and contingent expenses of the council of said Legislative Assembly.

That upon the presentation of this resolution to the Auditor of the Territory of New Mexico, the said auditor shall draw his warrants against the territorial treasurer in favor of Roman L. Baca, speaker of the house of representatives for the sum of four thousand one hundred and ninety-eight ($4,198) dollars and in favor of Charles A. Spiess, president of the council of said Legislative Assembly for the sum of three thousand and sixty-four ($3,064) dollars respectively; and said treasurer is hereby directed and ordered to pay the same out of any funds in the territorial treasury at the time of the presentation of said warrants, at his discretion, except funds in his hands for the payment of interest on the territorial debt.

JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 7.

APPROVING AND ENDORSING THE OBJECTS AND PURPOSES OF

THE CORONADO MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION AND MAKING AN
APPROPRIATION FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF A MONUMENT
COMMEMORATIVE OF THE LIFE AND SERVICES OF THE
GREAT EXPLORER, FRANCISCO VASQUEZ DE CORONADO. C.

J. R. No..6; Approved March 16, 1907. Whereas, There has been organized and incorporated un. der the laws of the Territory of New Mexico, a corporation known as "The Coronado Memorial Association," having for its purpose the construction of a suitable monument and memorial to the great explorer, Francisco Vasquez de Coronado; and

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