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or guardian, to commute such punishment by substituting therefor commitment of such boy or girl to the Idaho Industrial Reform School, during the minority of such boy or girl, unless sooner discharged by the board of trustees, under regulations as herein provided.
But should a boy or girl, after being sent to such school, persist in a depraved course or escape therefrom, it shall be in the power of the Governor, by and with the approval of the Board of Pardons, to revoke such commutation, and remand him or her to the State Penitentiary to serve out his or her unexpired term, and the time so spent by him or her at the said school, while a refugee therefrom, shall not be considered as a part of his or her original commitment.
SEC. 36. The board of trustees may at any time, if a boy or girl has been in the Idaho Industrial Reform School for a period of one year, discharge, or release such boy or girl, on trial or parole, but in all cases where a boy or girl is released on trial or parole, he or she must at stated intervals, report his or her conduct to the superintendent, and present certificates of good behavior; whereupon his or her leave may be extended.
It shall be the duty of the superintendent to recall any boy or girl who might not be conducting himself or herself properly, or any boy or girl who may not have a suitable home.
SEC. 37. Any fugitive from said institution may be arrested and returned to said institution by any officer or citizen.
SEC. 38. If any officer or employee of said school, or any other person shall contrive, procure, and connive at, or otherwise voluntarily suffer the escape of any inmate of said school, every such person on conviction thereof shall be punished by imprisonment in the State Penitentiary for a period of not less than six months, nor more than two years, and be fined in a sum not exceeding one thousand dollars.
SEC. 39. For the maintenance of the said school for the first two years, there is hereby appropriated out of the general funds of the State, fifteen thousand dollars, ($15,000.00), or so much thereof as may be needed, not otherwise appropriated.
SEC. 40. For the purpose of locating the Idaho Industrial Reform School at a particular place in Fremont county, State of Idaho, the power is hereby vested in the Governor of the State of Idaho to appoint a commission consisting of five members, all of whom shall be citizens of the State of Idaho, whose duty it shall be to carefully investigate any and all locations in said county offered or avail. able and to secure such location as will in their judgment best subserve the interests of said school, which decision shall be final.
And the commission shall be allowed from the funds belonging to said school, sufficient moneys to pay their necessary expenses while in the discharge of their duty.
SEC. 41. All acts and parts of acts in conflict with this act are hereby repealed.
Approved on the 16th day of February, 1903.
HOUSE BILL NO 21.
PRESS CONTAGIOUS AND INFECTIOUS DISEASES OF
MARCH 7, 1901.
SECTION 1. That Section 2 of an act entitled "An act to suppress contagious and infectious diseases of sheep; to create the office of Sheep Inspector, and Deputy State Sheep Inspectors; to provide for the appointment of the same and to fix their compensation; making the doing of certain acts a crime and providing for the punishment of the same; and for other purposes, and repealing an act en. titled, "An act to suppress contagious and infectious dis. eases of sheep; to create the office of State Sheep Inspector and Deputy Sheep Inspectors, to provide for the appointment of the same and fix their compensation; making the doing of certain acts a crime and providing for the punishment of the same, and for other purposes," approved February 25, 1899, approved March 7, 1901, be and the same is hereby amended to read as follows:
SEC. 2. The said sheep inspector shall receive as full compensation for his services a salary of twelve hundred ($1,200) dollars per annum and ten cents a mile for each mile actually traveled in the discharge of his official duties: Provided, The total amount of such mileage shall not exceed the sum of one thousand ($1,000) dollars for any one year; such compensation to be paid as the salary and fees of other State officers are paid and, Provided, further, That no mileage shall be allowed, to be paid out of the State Treasury, to said inspector in cases wherein payment of his expenses is otherwise provided for in this act. It shall be the duty of the State Sheep Inspector to have general supervision over his deputies appointed under the provisions of this act, and to aid, counsel and advise with such deputies, and generally to enforce the provisions of this act. The said sheep inspector shall have the same power within the entire State as the deputies appointed by him have in their respective districts and where the services of the State Sheep Inspector are demanded in a county or district other than that in which he resides, to settle differences between sheepmen and any deputy, it shall be the duty of said State Sheep Inspector to go and adjust such differences, and the said party or parties demanding such services shall pay the actual traveling expenses of said State Sheep Inspector.
SEC. 3. Whereas an emergency exists this act shall be in force from and after its passage.
Approved the 6th day of March, 1903.
HOUSE BILL NO. 24.
TOWNS, AND VILLAGES WITHIN THE STATE OF IDAHO TO
VIDING FOR THE PENALTY OF NON-COMPLIANCE THERE
addition to the powers heretofore granted to cities, towns, or villages under the provisions of. the laws of the State of Idaho now in force, cities, towns, or villages may by ordinances, by-laws, and under and by virtue of this act: First-Construct, build, or purchase, keep, conduct, and maintain a sewer system or sewerage disposal works therein, or elsewhere, of the character and keeping sufficient to furnish the inhabitants thereof, as well as the places and people along and in the vicinity of the lines of pipes, conduits, or aqueducts constructed or used for such purposes with a sewer system and sewerage disposal works sufficient for all uses and purposes necessary for the comfort, convenience, health, and well-being of said city, town, or village, and to that end may acquire by purchase, gift, condemnation, or otherwise, to own, and possess, such real or personal property within and without the limits of the city, town, or village, as in the judgment of the persons herein authorized to construct, purchase, conduct, and maintain a sewer system and sewerage disposal works as may be deemed necessary and convenient. And for that purpose may levy a special assessment on the lots and parcels of lands fronting on any highway, street, or alley that may be included within any of the sewer system, or sewerage disposal works district or districts, as well as all lots, or parcels of land situated therein except as hereinafter provided, to pay the expenses thereof.
But, unless a majority of the resident owners of the property subject to assessment for such sewerage system, or sewerage disposal works and improvements shall petition the council or trustees to make the same or have the same constructed, such improvements shall not be made unless three-fourths of all the members of such city council or trustees shall, by an affirmative vote, at a regular meeting, assent to and order the same.
SEC. 2. The power and authority given by Section 1 hereof to construct and operate a sewer system and sewerage disposal works, and levy a special assessment therefor and issue and dispose of special improvement bonds therefor shall be exercised as hereinafter provided by three
substantial taxpayers and bona fide residents of such city, town, or village, who shall be styled collectively the “Sewer Committee,” and are hereinafter mentioned and referred to as the committee, such committee to be appointed by the mayor of cities, or by the chairman of the board of trustees of towns, and villages and upon appointment shall hold office as follows: One for one year next ensuing after his appointment, and until his successor is appointed and qualified; one for two years next ensuing his appointment and until his successor is appointed and qualified; and one for three years next ensuing his appointment and until his successor is appointed and qualified. And such committee to receive only such compensation as is fixed by the council or trustees, as the case may be. Such compensation to be in full for all duties performed or connected with his office. That upon the completion of any work or contract, or contracts, made or entered into during the life of said committee, and upon the turning over of such work to the council or trustees, that in that event, the said committee to become null and void and of no further force and effect, Provided, however, That at any time thereafter, when the necessity exists a further committee may be appointed, as herein before stated, who shall have the same powers and duties, and shall all the time remain under the provisions of this act and such ordinances as may be passed by said city, town, or village.
SEC. 3. The sewer committee at their pleasure shall elect a president as a presiding officer of their number, he shall be styled chairman of the committee, and they shall also elect a clerk, who shall be the city or village clerk, who shall be styled the clerk of the committee.
SEC. 4. The committee shall appoint a treasurer, who shall be the city or town treasurer, who shall give a bond in such additional sum over and above his official bond, as may be required, and who shall have the care and custody of all money of the committee from collections or special assessments or the sale of special improvement bonds or otherwise for the construction of a sewer system or sewerage disposal works as herein provided and who shall pay out of moneys received under the provisions of this act on the order of the chairman and countersigned by the clerk of the committee, and not otherwise.