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the necessary agents employed in such transportation; to inmates of the National Homes, or state homes, for disabled volunteer soldiers, and of Soldiers' and Sailors' homes, including those about to enter and those returning after discharge, and boards of managers of such homes; to necessary caretakers of live stock, poultry, milk and fruit; to employees on sleeping cars, express cars, and to linemen of telegraph and telephone corporations; to railway mail service employees, post office inspectors, custom inspectors and immigration inspectors; the newsboys on trains, baggage agents, witnesses attending any legal investigation in which the common carrier is interested, persons injured in wrecks and physicians and nurses attending such persons, when authorized by the corporation commission; provided that the term "employee" as used in this section shall include furloughed, pensioned and superanuated employees, persons who have become disabled or infirm in the service of any such common carrier, and the remains of a person killed in the employment of a common carrier, and ex-employees traveling for the purpose of entering the service of any such common carrier, and the term "families" as used in this section shall include the families of those persons named in this proviso, also the families of persons killed, and the widows during widowhood, and minor children, during minority, of persons who died while in the service of any such common carrier. Nothing in this chapter shall be construed to prohibit the interchange of passes for the officers, agents and employees of common carriers, and their families; nor to prohibit any common carrier from carrying passengers free with the object of providing relief in cases of general epidemic, pestilence, or other calamitous visitation; and pro
vided further, that these provisions shall not be construed to prohibit the privilege of passes or franks or the exchange thereof, with each other, for the officers, agents, employees, and their families of all common carriers subject to the provisions of this chapter.
And provided further, that with the consent of the corporation commission, every common carrier may transport free, or at reduced rates, ex-soldiers, ex-sailors and ex-marines, for the purpose of attending any convention, contractors and their employees, material or supplies for use or engaged in carrying out their contracts with said common carriers, for construction, operation, or maintenance work, or work incidental thereto, on the line of the issuing carrier, to the extent only that such free or reduced rate transportation is provided for in the specifications upon which the contract is based and in the contract itself.
Common carriers may also enter into contracts with each other for an exchange of service. Section 2. All Acts and parts of Acts in conflict with the provisions of this Act are hereby repealed.
Approved March 7, 1923.
(Senate Bill No. 73.)
TO AMEND SECTIONS 1 AND 2 OF CHAPTER 53, SESSION LAWS OF ARIZONA, 1921, ENTITLED "AN ACT TO PREVENT DELINQUENCY OR DEPENDENCY AMONG MINOR CHILDREN OF THIS STATE BY PROVIDING FOR CHILD WELFARE BOARDS WITH CERTAIN POWERS AND DUTIES; BY PROVIDING FOR ALLOWANCE TO WIDOWS AND DESERTED MOTHERS OR MINOR CHILDREN IN CERTAIN CASES; MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR CARRYING OUT THE PROVISIONS OF THE ACT; PROVIDING FINES AND PENALTIES FOR FALSELY OBTAINING RELIEF UNDER THE PROVISIONS OF THE ACT AND FOR VIOLATIONS OF ITS PROVISIONS, AND REPEALING CHAPTER 70, SESSION LAWS OF ARIZONA, 1917".
Be it Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Arizona:
Section 1. That Section 1 of Chapter 53, Session Laws of Arizona, 1921, be and the same is hereby amended to read as follows:
Section 1. There shall be appointed by the Governor of this State, a board to consist of three members, to constitute and comprise a State Child Welfare Board. They shall be appointed for a term of two years and the term of office of the first board appointed shall expire on the 31st day of December, 1924. In case of death or resignation, the appointment to fill the vacancy thereby
created shall be made only for the unexpired term. At least two members of said board shall be women. Members of such board shall serve without salary or compensation, except that each member shall be reimbursed for actual and necessary expenses incurred in traveling in the discharge of duties required by this Act.
Section 2. That Section 2 of Chapter 53, Session Laws of Arizona, 1921, be and the same is hereby amended to read as follows:
Section 2. Immediately after the appointment of the first members of above board, on a day to be named in their appointment, the members thereof shall meet at the Capitol Building at such place therein as may be assigned for such meeting, and then organize by the election of a chairman and secretary. The chairman shall preside at all meetings of the board when in attendance, and shall perform such other acts as may be directed by resolutions of the Board from time to time adopted. The secretary of the Board shall keep a record of all meetings of the Board, of all resolutions adopted by the Board, and records of other orders by the Board made. The secretary shall perform such duties as imposed upon that officer by this Act, and by orders and resolutions of the Board not inconsistent with this Act. The secretary shall receive a salary of not to exceed eighteen hundred dollars per annum, together with actual and necessary traveling expenses incurred when actually engaged in performing the duties of this office. The secretary shall give all of his or her time to such duties, and while employed as such secretary shall not engage in any other employment whatever.
Approved March 8, 1923.
(Senate Bill No. 79.)
IN RELATION TO CORPORATIONS; PRESCRIBING PENALTIES FOR FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THE CORPORATION ANNUAL REPORT AND ANNUAL REGISTRATION LAW; CONFERRING AUTHORITY UPON THE CORPORATION COMMISSION IN ENFORCEMENT OF THE SAME; DECLARING VOID CONTRACTS ENTERED INTO BY CORPORATIONS WHILE DELINQUENT UNDER SAID LAW, AND PRESCRIBING PROCEDURE TO ANNUL CORPORATIONS FAILING ΤΟ MAINTAIN STANDING ACCORDING TO LAW.
Be it Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Arizona:
Section 1. For the purpose of carrying out the provisions of this act, the Corporation Commission is hereby declared to be and shall be deemed a court of record of original jurisdiction.
Section 2. Whenever any corporation has failed or hereafter shall fail for a period of two (2) years, to pay the annual state corporation registration fee or the annual report filing fee, or either or both such fees, as required by Paragraph 2274 of the Revised Statutes of Arizona, 1913, Civil Code, or any acts amendatory thereto, the Corporation Commission shall upon its own motion cause a complaint to be made before the Corporation Commission setting forth the failure of such corporation to pay the required fee or fees.