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reference to union graded schools, and a building containing not less than two rooms, suitably constructed, equipped and furnished, shall have been built, and a graded school employing not less than two teachers shall have been conducted for a term of not less than six months, upon making proof of compliance with the foregoing provisions approved by the State Superintendent of Public instruction shall have drawn a warrant in favor of the district treasurer as provided in section 2 of this act.
Section 4. That section 4, article 8, chapter 219, of the Session Laws 1913, be amended to read as follows:
That said union graded district may provide for taxes for the purpose of purchasing a building or furnishing proper buildings for the accommodation of the school, or for the purpose of defraying necessary expenses and paying teachers, but shall be governed in all respects by the law herein provided for levying and collecting district taxes, and that said union graded district may provide for the purchase of site and erection of building as provided in article 10, chapter 74, Revised Laws, 1910.
Section 5. That section 3, article 8, chapter 219, of the Session Laws of 1913, is hereby repealed.
Approved April 2, 1915.
S. L. '15-12
EXEMPTIONS—WAGES. AN ACT amending the sixteenth clause of section 3342, and the fifth clause clause
of section 3345 of the Revised Laws of Oklahoma,1910, annotated, per. taining to exempt wages. Be It E nacted By the People of the State of Oklahoma: Per Cent of Wages Exempt.
Section 1. That the sixteenth clause of section 3342 of chapter 34, defining the exemptions of householders, of Revised Laws of Oklahoma, 1910, annotated, be amended to read: “Seventy-five per cent of all current
or earnings for personal or professional services earned
during the last ninety days" and that the fifth clause of section 3345 of chapter 34 of Revised Laws of Oklahoma, 1910, annotated, defining the exemptions of persons
not heads of families, be amended to read: "Seventy-five per cent of all current wages or earnings for personal or professional services. Provided, however, that no process issued in any court to subject such wages or earnings for personal services to satisfy any judgment or obligation, shall ever include more than twenty-five per cent of such wages, or personal earnings, and any
firm, association or corporation either personally or by agent or attorney violating any provision of this act shall forfeit the entire debt, judgment or obligation sought to be satisfied, and no court in the State of Oklahoma shall
have jurisdiction to enforce collection of any such judgment or obligation in any case in which the pro
of this act have been violated.” Approved April 2, 1915.
REVENUE AND TAXATION—LITIGATION OF UNLISTED PROPER
AN ACT to amend article 11, chapter 72, Revised Laws of Oklahoma, 1910, hy in
serting therein a new section authorizing appeals to the Supreme Court
in certain cases, and declaring an emergency. Be It Enacted By the People of the State of Oklahoma:
Appeal From County to Supreme Court.
Section 1. Article XI, chapter 72, of the Revised Laws of Oklahoma, 1910, is hereby amended by adding after section 7449, a new section, to be numbered section 7449 (a), and to read as follows:
"Section 7449 (a). Upon an appeal being taken to the county court as provided in section 7449, the county court shall give precedence to the same and shall try and determine the same within thirty days in the manner provided for trial of civil cases, except that no jury shall be allowed. Within sixty days from the final judgment of the county court, appeal may be taken by either party to the Supreme Court of the state as other appeals are taken."
Section 2. For the preservation of the public peace, health and safety, an emergency is hereby declared to exist, by reason whereof it is necessary that this act take effect and be in force from and after its passage and approval.
Approved April 2, 1915.
AN ACT prohibiting the furnishing by gift, sale or otherwise of cigarettes or cigarette papers to minors, requiring minors to divulge where and from
cigarettes or cigarette papers have been obtained providing penalties for violation of this act and repealing section 2532, article 43, of chapter 23
the Laws of Oklahoma of 1910, Harris-Day Code, and declaring an emergency. Be It E nacted By the People of the State of Oklahoma: Furnishing Minors.
Section 1. That any person who shall furnish to any minor by gift, sale or otherwise, any cigarettes or cigarette papers, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be sentenced to pay a fine of not less
ten ($10.00) dollars nor more than two hundred ($200.00) dollars or be confined in the county jail not more than thirty days or both said fine and imprisonment. Disclosing Information.
Section 2. Any minor being in possession of cigarettes or of cigarette papers and being by any police officer, constable, juvenile court officer, truant officer, or teacher
school, asked where and from whom such cigarettes of cigarette papers were obtained, who shall refuse to furnish such information, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor
upon conviction thereof before the county court, or
justice of the peace, such minor being of the age of sixteen years or upwards shall be sentenced to pay a fine
exceeding five ($5.00) dollars or to undergo an imprisonment in the jail of the proper county not exceeding five days, or both; if such minor shall be under the age of six teen years, he or she shall be certified by such magis
or justice to the juvenile court of the county for such
as said court shall deem proper.
Section 3. That section 2532, article 43 of chapter
23 of the Laws of Oklahoma of 1910, Harris-Day Code, is hereby repealed. Emergency.
Section 4. For the preservation of the public peace, health and safety, an emergency is hereby declared to exist by reason whereof this act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and approval.
Approved April 2, 1915.
POSSESSION FOR ONE
CHAMPERTY AND MAINTENANCE
AN ACT amending section 2260 of the Revised Laws of Oklahoma, 1910, and
declaring an emergency.
Be It Enacted By the People of the State of Oklahoma:
Sale of Real Estate-Possession for One Year.
“Section 1. That section 2260 of the Revised Laws of Oklahoma, 1910, be and the same is hereby amended to read as follows:
Section 2260. Any person who buys, or in any manner procures, or makes any promise or covenant to convey any pretended right or title to any lands or 'enements, unless the grantor thereof, or the person making such promise or covenant has been in possession, or he and those by whom he claims, have been in possession of the same, or of the reversion and remainder thereof, or have taken