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1. Protesting to the senate of the U.S. against the passage of statehood bill with

clause providing for the admission of New Mexico and Arizona as one

state. C. J. M. No. 1........

379

2. Protesting to the president of the United States against the creation of the

Rio de Jemez forest reserve. C. J. M. NO. 2..

381

3. Protesting against the passage, in its present form, by the senate of the

United States, of HR No 17939, relaticg to the construction of a dam

and reservoir on the Rio Grande in New Mexico, and for other purposes.

C. J. M. No. 3...........

382

4. Petitioning the legislative assembly of the State of Illinois to urge represent-

atires in congress from Illinois to vote for senate amendments admitting

New Mexico as a single state.
CJ. M. No. 4......

383

5. Protesting to the commissioner of the general land office against the with-

drawal of lands from public entry in San Juan county. H.J. M. No. 5.... 384

6. To the Congress of the Uuited States, requesting the passage of H. B. No.

7269, relative to the Pajarito Cliff Dwellers' National Park. H. J. M. No. 2. 387

7. Petitioping the Senate and H of R. of the U. S. to pass legislation regulating

interstate commerce in the matter of adulterated foods, etc. A. C. J. M.

No. 5....

388

8. Petitioning for establishment of land office district with headquarters at

Santa Rosa, N. M. H. J. M. No. 3......

388

9. To the secretary of the interior, office of Indians affairs, asking that the Na-

vajo Indians having reservations and residing within the Territory of

New Mexico, be required to stay within the limits of their reservations

and cease violating game laws of the territory. A. C. J. M. No. 6. .... 389

10. To the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States. Petition-

ing for establishment of seventh judicial district with headquarters at

City of Socorro, N. M. C. J. M. No. 8...........

390

11. Petitioning the Honurable, the secretary of agriculture, to grant permission

to the Territory of New Mexico, to construct and maintain that portion

of the Camino Real known as “The Scenic Road" upon and across the

Pecos Forest Reserve. C. J. M. No. 9.....

......... 391

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

Mexico:

Section 1. That there be and hereby is appropriated out of any
moneys in the territorial treasury, not set apart for the payment
of interest on the public debt, the sum of two thousand one hun-
dred and twenty-five ($2,125.00) dollars for the salary and ex-
penses of the judge of the sixth judicial district of the Territory
of New Mexico from the first day of July, A. D., 1904, to the first
day of December, A. D., 1905, to be paid as follows: The accrued
salary from July first, 1904, to December first, 1904, to be paid im-
mediately upon the passage and approval of this act, and the audit-
or of the territory is hereby authorized and directed to draw his
warrant on the treasurer of the territory in favor of the judge of
the said sixth judicial district for the amount so accrued; the re-
mainder to be paid as is now provided by law for the payment of the
salaries of the judges of the other judicial districts of New Mexico.

Sec. 2. That there be and hereby is appropriated out of any
moneys in the territorial treasury, not set apart for the payment
of interest on the public debt, the sum of four thousand five hun-

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Sec, 1. Chapter 70, Laws of 1903, creating County of Torrance amended.
Sec. 2. Section 1, Chapter 70, Laws of :903, fixing boundaries of Torrance county,

amended. New boundaries..
Sec. 3. Section 2, Chapter 70, Laws of 1903, fixing county seat at Progreso, amended.

Estancia made county seat. Proviso.

Sec. 4. Section 7, Chapter 70, Laws of 1903, attaching Torrance county to second judi-

cial district, re-enacted. Transfer of causes from Valencia county to Tor-

rance county.

Sec. 5. Section 2, Chapter 70, Laws of 1903, providing bond issue to pay indebtedness

due County of Valencia, amended. New bonds. Form. Maturity. Rate

of interest. Sinking fund.

Sec. 6. Act not to affect any section of Chapter 70, Laws of 1903, unless expressly

referred to.

Sec. 7. Transfer from Valencia county to Torrance county of records relating to

Torrance county.

Sec. 8. Treasurer of Valencia county to turn over moneys belonging to Torrance

county. Proviso.
Be it enacted by the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New

Jerico:
Section 1. That the act of the Legislative Assembly entitled
“An Act to create the County of Torrance and to provide for the

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government thereof," approved March 16th, 1903, being Chapter 70 of the Acts of 1903 be, and the same is hereby, amended as follows:

Sec. 2. That Section 1 of said Act is hereby amended to read: "That a county which shall be known as Torrance county is hereby created out of that portion of the Territory of New Mexico included within the following boundaries, as indicated by the United States surveys, to-wit:

"Commencing at the standard corner to sections No. 33 and No. 34, township one north, range five east of the New Mexico principal base line, and running thence north through the center of townships one, two and three north to the line between townships three and four north; thence west on the said township line to the southwest corner of township four north, range five east; thence north on the range line between ranges four and five east, to the southwest corner of township eight north, range five east; thence east on the township line between townships seven and eight north, to the southeast corner of township eight north, range seven east; thence north on the range line between ranges seven and eight east, to the northwest corner of township eight north, range eight east, on the second standard parallel north; thence west on the second standard parallel north to the southwest corner of township nine north, range seven east; thence north on the range line between ranges six and seven east to the northwest corner of township nine north, range seven east; thence east on the township line between townships nine and ten north, to the northeast corner of township nine north, range fifteen east; thence south on the range line between ranges fifteen and sixteen east, to the New Mexico principal base line; and thence west on said New Mexico principal base line, to the place of beginning."

Sec. 3. That Section 2 of said Act is amended to read: “The county seat of the said County of Torrance shall be, and the same is hereby located at the town of Estancia, in said county," upon the condition that the necessary land and site for a court house and jail at said town of Estancia shall be donated to said county by the owner or owners of the town site at said town.

Sec. 4. And, whereas, the said County of Torrance has been included in the sixth judicial district of the Territory of New Mexico, to the great inconvenience of the people of said county, there fore, be it further enacted, that Section 7 of the said Act be reenacted in the same words as are used in the original act, that is to say: "The said County of Torrance is hereby attached to the second judicial district for judicial purposes, and the district

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