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Sec. 3. That Section 9 of said Chapter be and the same
hereby is amended by striking out the first ten words thereof,
and inserting in lieu thereof the following words: “Not
more than ninety days; and by striking out in the fifth and
sixth lines of said section the following words: “At least
three of the representative citizens of the county and;" and
by adding at the end of said section the following: "Provided,
however, That the place of said drawing shall not necessarily
be at the county seat of said county, but may be at such other
place convenient to the presiding judge, as shall be fixed by
said notice.'

Sec. 4. That Section 18 of said Chapter be and the same
hereby is amended to read as follows: "Sec. 18. The
names of all persons on any list for any one year and who
have not served during such year shall be subject to be placed
on the list for the succeeding year, but the name of no person
who has served as a juror in any court of record in said
district during any year, shall be placed on the list for the
succeeding year; and, if a comparison shows that any such
person has been selected and his name placed on such list
in violation of this section, his name shall be expunged from
the list by the presiding judge and taken from the said boxes
or wheels in the manner hereinbefore provided for the exa-
mination and direction of the names on said lists and in said
boxes and wheels, and the names of all persons who have
died, or who have otherwise become disqualified, shall be ex-
punged from said lists by the presiding judge and if drawn
from said boxes or wheels when the names for jurors are
being drawn shall be disregarded and destroyed.”

Sec. 5. That Section 20 of said Chapter be and the same
hereby is amended by adding, at the end thereof, the
following: Provided, however, That if it be impossible to
secure the prompt attendance of any one or more commis-
sioners by reason of sickness, distance from the county seat,
or other cause, it shall be within the discretion of the court
to appoint other commissioners to serve in lieu of such ab-
sentees, for the purposes of this section, but any person so
appointed to fill such vacancy shall belong to the same
political party as such absentee."

Sec. 6. All acts and parts of acts in conflict herewith are
hereby repealed, and this act shall take effect and be in force
from and after its passage and approval.

Loan of two thousand dollars authorized for five years. Rate of interest,

when payable, secured by promissory note.

Use of money.

Sec. 2. Method of repayment. County commissioners to assess tax.

Be it enacted by the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New

Mexico:

Section 1. The Treasurer of the Territory of New Mexico

is hereby authorized and directed to loan to the County of

Torrance, the sum of two thousand dollars for the period of five

years, to bear interest at the rate of 5 per centum per annum,

interest to be payable semi-annually; an obligation in the

shape of a promissory note, or other proper evidence of the

indebtedness incurred by virtue of the loan herein provided

for, shall be executed by the county commissioners of said

County of Torrance in favor of the Territory of New Mexico,

which said obligation shall be prepared by the attorney

general of said Territory. The sum of this loan shall be used

exclusively for the purpose of aiding said County of Torrance

in the holding of a term of court within and for the said county

for the trial of criminal and civil cases therein pending, and

shall be placed to the credit of the Court Fund of said county

by the board of county commissioners hereof, and the judge of

the district court within and for said county is hereby

authorized to use same for the purposes hereinbefore

expressed.

Sec. 2. That the county commissioners of the County of

Torrance are hereby directed and required to assess, levy

and collect in the same manner as the general taxes in said

county are assessed, levied and collected, a sufficient amount

of taxes each year after this date, to raise the one-fifth part

of the said two thousand dollars, which said amounts as

collected shall be retained in a special fund known as the

"Territorial Loan Fund,” and shall be used solely and only for

the purposes of paying the interest upon said loan and the

principal thereof, and the same when collected and so placed

in said fund shall be turned over to the territorial treasurer

at the end of each fiscal year hereafter, to be credited by him

upon the obligation of said County of Torrance.

Sec. 3. This act shall be in full force and effect from and

after its passage.

Sec. 1. Amending Section 8, Chapter 2 of the Session Laws of Thirty-fifth Legis.

lative Assembly

Be it enacted by the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New

Mexico.

Section 1. That Section 8 of Chapter 2 of the Ses.
sion Laws of the 35th Legislative Assembly of the Terri.
tory of New Mexico, entitled "An act to establish and
maintain an asylum for the deaf and dumb, a reform school,
an institute for the blind, and a miner's hospital for disabled
miners, approved February 13, 1903,” be, and the same is
hereby, amended so as to read as follows:

"Sec. 8. The Institute for the Blind herein established and
created is iritended and meant for the proper instruction of

the blind youth of the Territory, and for and during the period
of four years from and after the passage of this act all such
persons resident in the Territory between the ages of five
and twenty-five years shall be entitled, upon application to the
Board of Trustees, to free care and support and instruction
at such institutions; except in cases where such pupil, or the
parents or guardian thereof, is or are possessed of property
or means sufficient to enable such pupil to pay the reason.
able costs and charges incurred by the attendance of such
pupil at such institution, in which case such pupil, or the
parents or the guardian of such, shall pay therefor. At the ex.
piration of the four year limitation period hereinbefore speci-
fied the maximum age limit under the provisions of this act
shall be twenty-one years."

Sec. 2. This act shall take effect and be in full force and
effect from and after the date of its passage.

CHAPTER 5.

AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE BOARD OF REGENTS OF THE NEW

MEXICO COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND MECHANIC ARTS
TO LEASE CERTAIN LAND TO THE INTERNATIONAL COM-
MITTEE OF THE YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.
H. B. No. 102; Approved February 21, 1907.

CONTENTS.

Sec. 1.

Lands for Young Men's Christian Association. Board of Regents may lease.

Terms and conditions to be decided by board.

Be it enacted by the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New

Mexico:
Section 1. That the Board of Regents of the New Mexico
College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts is hereby author-
ized and empowered to lease to the International Committee
of the Young Men's Christian Association a parcel of the
lands of said institution, the title to which is vested in the
Territory of New Mexico, not exceeding one acre, for such a
period upon such terms and conditions and for such a rental
as said board may deem best.

Sec. 2. This act shall take effect from and after its pas-
sage.

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