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Mrs. J. B. Kinport, insurance on $10,000..
Cleman & Davis, insurance on $10,000...
Wyckoff, Seamens & Benedict, 1 typewriter
$70, 2 tables $8.
Dec. 30-Pocatello Advance, printing.
Idaho Furn. Co., 8 tables...
H. D. Cheney, teacher's salary for Sept.,
Oct., Nov., Dec....
Aug., Sept., Oct., Nov., Dec...
Total to Jan. 1, 1903....
I. E. Hill, teacher, salary to Jan. 12, end
end fiscal year
any person during the life of a former husband or wife of
1. The former marriage of either party has been an-
2. Unless such former husband or wife was absent and
Approved the 14th day of February, 1903.
HOUSE BILL NO. 18.
STOCKS OF GOODS, WARES AND MERCHANDISE IN BULK,
SECTION 1. It shall be the duty of every person who shall bargain for or purchase any stock of goods, wares or merchandise in bulk, for cash or credit, to demand and receive from vender thereof, and if the vender be a corporation, then from a managing officer or agent thereof, at least five days before the consummation of such bargain or purchase, and at least five days before paying or delivering to the vender any part of the purchase price or consideration therefor, or any promissory note or other evidence of indebtedness therefor, a written statement under oath containing the names and addresses of all of the creditors of said vender, together with the amount of indebtedness due or owing, or to become due or owing by said vender to each of such creditors, and if there be no such creditors a written statement under oath to that effect; and it shall be the duty of such vender to furnish such statement at least five days before any sale or transfer by him of any stock of goods, wares or merchandise in bulk.
SEC. 2. After having received from the vender the written statement under oath mentioned in Section 1 of this act, the vender shall, at least five days before the consummation of such bargain or purchase, and at least five days before paying or delivering to the vender any part of the purchase price or consideration therefor, or any promis. sory note or other evidence of indebtedness for the same, in good faith notify or cause to be notified, personally or by wire, or by registered letter, each of the creditors of the vender named in said statement, of the proposed purchase by him of such stock of goods, wares or merchandise; and whenever any person shall purchase any stock of goods, wares or merchandise in bulk, or shall pay the purchase price or any part thereof, or execute or deliver to the vender thereof or to his order, or to any person for his use, any promissory note or other evidence of indebtedness for said stock, or any part thereof, without having first demanded and received from his vender the statement under oath as provided in Section 1. of this act, and without having also notified or caused to be notified all of the creditors of the vender named in such statement, as in this section prescribed, such purchase, sale or transfer shall, as to any and all creditors of the vender, be conclusively presumed fraudulent and void.
SEC. 3. Any vender of a stock of goods, wares or merchandise in bulk, who shall knowingly or wilfully make or deliver, or cause to be made or delivered, any false statement, or any statement of which any material portion is false, or shall fail to include the names of all of his creditors in any such statement as is required in Section 1. of this act, shall be deemed guilty of perjury, and upon conviction thereof shall be punished accordingly.
SEC. 4. Any sale or transfer of a stock of goods, wares or merchandise out of the usual or ordinary course of the business or trade of the vender, or whenever thereby substantially the entire business or trade theretofore conducted by the vender shall be sold or conveyed or attempted to be sold or conveyed to one or more persons, shall be deemed a sale or transfer in bulk, in contemplation of this act: Provided, That nothing contained in this act shall apply to sales by executors, administrators, receivers or any public officer acting under judicial process.
Approved the 12th day of February, 1903.
HOUSE BILL NO. 20.
REFORM SCHOOL FOR THE CARE, PROTECTION, TRAINING
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Idaho:
SECTION 1. That a State Industrial Reform School is hereby established in Fremont county, State of Idaho, to be called “The Idaho Industrial Reform School,” and to be located at such place and in such manner as hereinafter provided, the purposes of such school shall be for the care, protection, training and education of delinquent, dependent and neglected children and provide for the care, control and discharge of juvenile offenders.
SEC. 2. That a board of trustees to be known as the board of trustees of the Idaho Industrial Reform School, consisting of four members all of whom shall be appointed, two of whom shall be men and two of whom shall be women, no more than two of whom shall belong to one political party, and no more than one from any one county, two of whom shall be interested in humanitarian work.
Said board of trustees shall be appointed by the Gov- . ernor and confirmed by the Senate for the term of four years, and until their successors are appointed and quali. fied: Provided, That of the first board appointed, two shall hold office for two years and two for four years, the Governor and State Superintendent of Public Instruction to be ex officio members of the board of trustees.
Before entering upon the discharge of the duties of their respective offices, each member shall take and subscribe an oath, or affirmation, that he or she will support the Consti. tution of the United States, the Constitution of the State of Idaho, and will faithfullly discharge the duties of saie! office, which oath or affirmation shall be filed with the Secretary of State.
SEC. 3. The said board of trustees shall conduct its proceedings in such a manner as will best conduce to the proper dispatch of business. A majority of the board of trustees shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business, but a smaller number may adjourn from time to time.