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infected with scabies or any other contagious or infectious disease to forthwith report such fact in writing to the secretary of the territorial sheep sanitary board.

Sec. 4. It shall be the duty of any person in charge of, or having the custody or control of any public buck herd to notify the secretary of the sheep sanitary board during the first week of September and October of each year giving the location of said herd.

Sec. 5. It is hereby made the duty of any person, firm, or corporation owning or having charge or control of any sheep to carry out and perform any order of the territorial sheep sanitary board of which he or it has had notice either orally or in writing from any member, inspector or the secretary of the board, or of which he or it has knowledge.

Sec. 6. Any person, firm or corporation violating the provisions of Sections 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 of this Act shall be subject to a penalty not exceeding five hundred dollars, which shall be a lien on the sheep of such person, firm or corporation, and the board shall notify such person, firm or corporation as to the amount of penalty to which he, they or it are subject and demand the payment thereof, and if the same be not paid within ten days after demand is made therefor, the board may begin suit in any court of competent jurisdiction, which shall include the district court of the county where the office of the board may be for the collection of a penalty for such violation, and the court may give judgment for any amount not exceeding five hundred dollars and for costs and expenses, and the amount so recovered shall be paid into the sheep sanitary fund; but these provisions shall not be held to interfere with or repeal any other statutory remedies or proceedings looking to the suppression of contagious diseases among sheep.

Sec. 7. This act shall be in force from and after its passage.

CHAPTER 43.

AN ACT RELATING TO FOUL BROOD AND OTHER CONTAGIOUS

DISEASES AMONG BEES. H. B. No. 158; Approved March 9, 1905.

CONTENTS.

Sec. 1. Duty of bee keepers to protect and disinfect bees and bee-hives.
Sec. 2. Penalty for allowing bees and bee-hives to become infected.
Sec. 3. Complaint to be made before justice of the peace, of existence of foul brood

or contagious diseases.

Sec. 4. Bees and bee-bives infected with foul brood or other contagious diseases, to

be destroyed as a nuisance. Sec. 5. Jurisdiction of justices of the peace.

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

Mexico: Section 1. That hereafter all bee-keepers, owners and possessors of bees, apiaries, bee-hives and apparatus pertaining to bees, beekeepers, apiaries and bee-hives shall keep the same properly protected and disinfected and free from all foul, brood or other contagious diseases and shall be required to keep all bees, bee-hives, bcehouses, apairies, combs, honey and apparatus free from all foul, brood or other contagious diseases.

Sec. 2. That any person or persons who have in their possession or under their control any bees, bee-hives, bee-houses, combs or apparatus pertaining to bees or apiaries and who shall allow the same to become infected or diseased with any foul brood or contagious diseases, and who shall wilfully and knowingly permit them to remain in such condition shall be deemed guilty of misdemeanor and upon trial and conviction before any justice of the peace may be fined in any sum not less than ten dollars or more than fifty dollars or by imprisonment in the county jail not more than 30 days or by both such fine and imprisonment.

Sec. 3. That any person competent to testify as a witness may upon information and belief make complaint before any justice of the peace in any county in this territory in which such foul brood or contagious diseases among bees is found to exist and upon such written complaint being made in writing and duly sworn to as required by law the justice before whom such complaint is made shall issue a warrant for the arrest of the offender and shall fully inquire, examine into and try said cause as now provided for the trial of misdemeanors before a justice of the peace.

Sec. 4. That upon the trial of said cause that any bees, beehives, combs, honey or apparatus connected with said apiary or beekeeper, that be found by said justice of the peace before whom such trial is had, to be diseased or infected with foul brood or any other contagious diseases, shall by such justice of the peace be declared to be a nuisance and shall be condemned as such and an order or writ issued for the destruction of such nuisance, and upon the issuing of such order and such writ directed to any constable or sheriff of such county such constable or such sheriff to whom such order or writ is directed and delivered shall forthwith execute the same by burning, destroying and putting out of existence all such bees, bee-hives, bee-houses, comb, honey or apparatus so declared to be and condemned as a nuisance.

Sec. 5. Justices of the peace in their respective counties shall have jurisdiction in all causes arising under the provisions of this act, and their costs in cases under this act shall be taxed up and assessed as cases in other cases of misdemeanor before justice of the peace.

Sec. 6. All acts and parts of acts in conflict herewith are hereby repealed and this act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

CHAPTER 11.

AN ACT TO AMEND AN ACT ENTITLED, “AN ACT TO PROVIDE

MEANS FOR CONSTRUCTING AND MAINTAINING DYKES AND
SUCH DAMS, EMBANKMENTS AND DITCHES AND OTHER
STRUCTURES AS MAY BE NECESSARY TO PROTECT LIVES
AND PROPERTY AGAINST FLOODS AND TO AUTHORIZE THE
LEVY OF A TAX THEREFOR” APPROVED FEBRUARY 22,
1905. H. B. No. 161; Approved March 9, 1905.

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CONTENTS.

Sec. I. Chapter 19, Laws of 1905, providing for the construction and maintenance of

dykes and dams, amended. Sec. 2. County commissioners of county of first class, to borrow money for use dur

ing year 1905. Rate of interest. Indebtedness a prior lien upon taxes.

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

Jerico: Section 1. That the act entitled, “An Act to provide means for constructing and maintaining dykes and such dams, embankments and ditches and other structures as may be necessary to protect lives and property against floods and to authorize the levy of a tax therefor," approved February 22, 1905, be amended by adding thereto the following section :

Section 2. That the county commissioners of any county of the first class authorized to levy a tax under the provisions of this act shall be and are hereby authorized to borrow money for use during the year 1905, upon the faith of the taxes to be levied and collected during said year, said money to be expended in the same manner as the tax levy authorized by this act is authorized to be expended; and no rate of interest shall be paid upon the moneys so borrowed in excess of ten per cent. per annum, and when the said taxes are collected, the indebtedness so incurred shall be a prior lien upon the said taxes.

Sec. 3. All acts and parts of acts in conflict herewith are hereby repealed, and this act shall be in force and take effect from and after its passage.

CHAPTER 45.

AN ACT TO AMEND SECTIONS 5 AND 6 OF CHAPTER 60, OF THE

SESSION LAWS OF 1893, RELATING TO THE PRACTICE OF
DENTISTRY WITHIN THE TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO.
H. B. No. 155; Approved March 9, 1905.

CONTENTS.

Sec. 1. Section 5, Chapter 60, Laws of 1893, relating to the practice of dentistry,

amended. College diploma or affidavit to be presented by applicant. Sec. 2. Section 6, Chapter 60, Laws of 1893, regarding fees required of applicants to

practice dentistry, amended. Annual fee required of licensed dentists.

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

Mexico: Section 1. That Section 5 of Chapter 60 of the Session Laws of 1893, be, and the same is hereby amended by striking out all words thereof after and including the word “Prorided" and inserting in lieu thereof the following:

"And such person shall present at the time of his examination either his diploma from a reputable dental college, or the affidavit of three reputable dentists within the territory, of three years standing, certifying that such applicant is qualified to take such examination.”

Sec. 2. That Section 6 of Chapter 60 of the Session Laws of 1903, be, and the same is hereby amended by adding thereto the following:

“All licensed dentists within the Territory shall, on or before the first day of June of each year, register with the secretary of the board, and shall pay therefor an annual fee of three dollars. Said board shall have power to revoke the license of all dentists failing to register within thirty days after written notice so to do.”

Sec. 3. This act shall be in force from and after its passage.

CHAPTER 46.

AN ACT PROVIDING FOR THE MANAGEMENT, CONTROL AND

GOVERNMENT OF THE LAND GRANT KNOWN AS THE GRANT
OF CEBILLETA DE LA JOYA IN THE COUNTY OF SOCORRO,
H. B. No. 145; Approved March 9, 1905.

CONTENTS.

Sec. 1. Chapter 71, Laws of 1874, relating to the Cebilleta de la Joya Grant, repealed. Sec. 2. Personnel of board of trustees, for management of the webilleta de la Joya

Grant. Bond required of trustees. Election. Term. Qualifications:

List of voters to be furnished by trustees. Sec. 3. Necessary expenses of trustees, while performing duties, to be paid. Sec. 4. Organization. Duties of president, secretary and treasurer of board. Sec. 5. Rules and regulations not to conflict with laws of territory or of United

States. Power of board to rent, lease and mortgage lands. Sec. 6. List of all owners of undivided interests in grant, to be made. Sec. 7. Power of board to levy assessment to pay expenses of the administration of

property. Treasurer of board to collect and receive the assessments.

Exemption of property taxed for county and territorial purposes. Sec. 8. Litigation by or against the board. Scope of litigation which may be in

stituted by board. Sec. 9. Limitation of power of board to sell portion of grant. Sec. 10. Meetings of board. Employment of attorney. Board to provide office sup

plies. Sec. 11. Board of trustees not a body corporate. Sec. 12. Joint owners or co-owners in grant permitted to dispose of their interests. Be it enacted by the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New

Mexico: Section 1. An Act entitled "An Act special for the grant of Cebilleta de la Joya in the County of Socorro," approved January 8, 1874, and contained in Chapter 71 of the laws enacted by the 21st Session of the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of New Mexico, be and the same is hereby repealed.

Sec. 2. Sylvestre Esquibel, Abram Barela and Jesus Baca y Peralta of La Joya ; Leopoldo Contreras and Albino Contreras y Tafoya of Ranchos of La Jova; Alejo Gurule and Eduardo Chaves of San Acacio all in the County of Socorro, New Mexico, are hereby appointed a board of trustees to take charge of, manage, control and govern the grant and tract of land known as the Grant of Cebilleta de la Jova, situate in the County of Socorro, Territory of New Mexico, for the term of two years from and after the first day of May, A. D., 1905, and until their successors shall be elected and enter upon the duties of their office. Each of said trustees here

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