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erage committee who are authorized to receive bids for the construction and making of same and enter into such contract or contracts as may be necessary to have such work or improvements completed as soon, and in such a manner as may be consistent with the proper procedure. All contracts for such work or improvements shall provided that the same shall be completed in all things with strict accordance with the plans and specifications for such improvements, as shall be provided for by said committee, its engineers or surveyors. No contract herein provided for shall go into effect in so far as the committee or city, town, or village are concerned to be binding upon it or them until the assessment herein provided for shall be confirmed; and in the event the assessment or the assessment rolls herein provided for shall not be confirmed, then such contracts shall be of no further force or effect.
SEC. 14. Whenever and as soon as the sewer system herein provided for is, in the judgment of the committee, ready for use, the committee shall turn the said sewer system and disposal works over to the mayor and city council or town and village trustees, as the case may be for the purpose of maintaining, operating and conducting said sewer system and disposal works, and thereafter, the power and authority hereby given to the sewer committee to build, keep, conduct and maintain said sewer system and disposal works therein shall be exercised by said council or trustees. The committee shall turn over the sewer system to said city, town, or village and all property pertaining thereto, together with all the books, profiles, papers, maps, and accounts relating to the building, construction or purchase thereof, as the case may be and the city council or trustees shall thereupon take possession and charge of as well as the management, conducting, and maintaining of the same, and in so doing, it may alter, improve, and extend such works from time to time as the growth of the city, town, or village and wants and conveniences of the inhabitants thereof may require and the committee may turn over a completed portion or portions of such to the council or trustees before the final completion thereof by it, and as often and as fast as such portion is turned over to the council or trustees, they must accept the same and conduct and maintain it accordingly.
SEC. 15. The committee shall cause accurate profiles, maps, plans, and specifications to be made of the lines of sewerage as actually built and constructed so as to show the location of the branches, nye branches, manholes, lampholes, flushes and flushing tanks, the depth of the sewer, the size of the pipe used in connection therewith, and any other information that may be of value and convenience for future reference or information for the city, town, or village, or its officer or officers.
SEC. 16. The committee shall cause a quartely statement in detail of its receipts and disbursements to be made and signed by its chairman and clerk and filed with the city clerk who shall preserve the same among the files of the city, town, or village office, and which statement shall be received and acted upon by the council or trustees as well as shall said committee file with said clerk to be acted upon by the said council or trustees a full, true, and correct statement quarterly of all the property, implements, and material in its possession and pertaining to the sewer system together with the condition and value thereof.
SEC. 17. Upon the turning over of the said sewer system, or any part thereof by the said committee, to the said council or trustees, said city, town, or village shall have power to pass ordinances fixing the tolls, rents, rates, rules, and regulations for the use of such sewerage and sewerage system where same is used by persons not residing within the district, or persons residing without the corporate lines of said city, town, or village who may use the same or any part thereof or through whose property the same may pass and who may desire the use thereof.
SEC. 18. Said cities, towns or villages shall have the power to pass any and all ordinances for the enforcement of the provisions of this act, or for the future use, care or operation in any manner of said sewer or sewerage system, or sewerage disposal work or works, providing penalties not inconsistent with the laws of the State of Idaho for the enforcement of such rules, ordinances, and regulations concerning or connected therewith.
SEC. 19. Whereas an emergency exists, this act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and approval.
Approved the 20th day of February, 1903.
HOUSE BILL NO. 26.
OR BANKING ASSOCIATION WHEREIN THE PERSON SO
SECTION 1. Any person who shall in payment of any debt in what so ever manner contracted give any check or draft upon any bank or banking association wherein such person shall not have sufficient funds or credit for the payment of the same shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be fined not to exceed five hundred dollars or imprisoned in the county jail not to exceed six months, or both such fine and imprisonment.
Approved the 14th day of February, 1903.
HOUSE BILL NO. 28.
STEAL RIDES ON RAILROAD TRAINS, ENGINES OR CARS,
SECTION 1. That every person who shall at any place within this State ride or attempt to ride upon any locomotive engine, railroad car, railroad train or trains of any character in or upon any part thereof for the purpose or with the intent of stealing a ride thereon, or who shall at any place within this State climb upon, hold to or in any manner attach himself to any locomotive engine or railroad car or railroad train or trains of any character while the same are in motion shall be guilty of a misdemeanor: Provided, That this section shall not apply to any employee of a railroad company operating such train, locomotive or car, nor to any person operating such train, locomotive or car, nor to any person having business with or acting under legal authority of such railroad company.
SEC. 2. That authority is hereby given to and conferred upon railroad conductors, and engineers of railroad trains to immediately arrest any person or persons violating Section 1. of this act without warrant or other process and deliver them to any peace officer: Provided, That nothing in this act contained shall be construed to restrict the authority or duty of the regular officer within the State of making arrests for said offense.
SEC. 3. That any person charged with a violation of Section 1 of this act may be tried in any county in this State through which such train carrying such person may pass or in any county in which such violation may have occurred or may be discovered.
SEC. 4. That every person who shall be convicted of a violation of any of the offenses mentioned in Section 1 of this act shall be punished by imprisonment in the county jail for a period not exceeding thirty days or by a fine of not more than sixty (60) dollars, or by both such fine and imprisonment.
SEC. 5. In as much as there is now no law in force on this subject and that such acts are constantly being performed an emergency is hereby declared to exist, and this act shall be in force and effect from and after its approval by the Governor.
Approved the 11th day of March, 1903.
HOUSE BILL NO. 38.
NITURE AND A LAW LIBRARY THEREFOR AT LEWISTON,
BRARY, AND TO APPROPRIATE MONEY THEREFOR.
SECTION 1. That a supreme court building and library for the State of Idaho is hereby established and located in the City of Lewiston, in the county of Nez Perce, of the State of Idaho, for the use of the supreme court of theState of Idaho: Provided, That the mayor and city council of the said City of Lewiston shall, prior to the first day of May 1903, donate and convey to the State of Idaho as a site for said supreme court building and library, the fee simple title to the following property situate in the City of Lewiston, Nez Perce county, State of Idaho, viz. :
A lot in the southwest corner of lot three (3) of acres
as shown upon the plot of True's survey of said city, in the recorder's office of said county, ninety (90) feet wide and one hundred and fifty (150) feet long. The lot to be conveyed fronting west on the east side of Fifth street ninety (90) feet and south on the north side of G street one hundred and fifty (150) feet.
And the mayor and city council of said City of Lewiston are hereby authorized and empowered to cause said lot of land to be conveyed to the State of Idaho.
SEC. 2. That for the purpose of erecting said supreme court building and furnishing the same and purchasing said library, there is hereby created a board to be known as the supreme court building and library commission.
Said board shall consist of seven members to wit: James F. Ailshie, Edgar C. Steele, Charles L. Heitman, Charles W. Beale, Isham N. Smith, Samuel L. McFarland, and James E. Babb, who shall hold office until the completion of said building and the purchase of said library, unless sooner removed for cause by the Governor of the State.
In case of vacancy in said board the Governor of Idaho shall nominate and by and with the consent of the Senate appoint some fit person to fill the vacancy. If such vacancy occurs during a recess of the Senate, the Governor shall appoint some fit person to discharge the duties thereof until the next meeting of the Senate, when he shall nominate some person to fill such office.
A majority of said board shall constitute a quorum for any purpose whatever, and three members shall constitute a quorum for any purpose except for letting a contract or making final settlement of a contract.
Before entering upon the duties of his office and within ten days from notice of passage of this act, or of his appointment, each of said board shall take and subscribe an oath or affirmation before some person duly authorized to administer the same, that he will support the Constitution of the United States and the State of Idaho, and will faithfully and impartially discharge the duties of his office as a member of the supreme court building and library commission, which oath, or affirmation, shall be filed in the office of Secretary of State.
Meetings of said board may be called by any two members thereof on not less than five days' notice to the others by mail. When all members assemble no notice of meeting shall be necessary.