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The roll was called with the following result:
Yeas, 12; nays, 18.
Gentlemen voting in the affirmative were:

Messrs. Blair, Brandley, Ely, Martin, Martindale, McWirt, O'Neil, Rogers, Simons, Simpson, St. John and Topping.

Gentlemen voting in the negative were:

Messrs. Butler, Barker, Crichton, Edwards, Grimes, Guerin, Judd, Matheny, McFarland, Morrill, Murdock, Price, Schmidt, Walker, J.C. Wilson, V. P. Wilson, Winter and York.

Gentlemen absent or not voting were:
Messrs. Johnson, Moonlight and Palmer.
A majority having voted in the negative,
The amendment was lost.

The question being upon the originial motion to recede,
A vote was had, and
The motion prevailed.
Ordered that the Secretary inform the House thereof.

Mr. Murdock moved that the Senate resolve itself into an exective session.

Which motion prevailed, and
After sometime spent therein,
On motion,

The executive session was dissolved.

Mr. Murdock moved that when the Senate adjourn it be until Monday at 3 P. M.

Upon which a vote was had, and
The amendment prevailed.

House Concurrent Resolution No. 27, Relating to a shortband reporter.

Were taken up for consideraton.
On motion,
The amendments were concurred in.
Ordered that the Secretary inform the House thereof.

INTRODUCTION OF BILLS.

Mr: V. P. Wilson introduced

Senate Bill No. 69, An act to correct an error in an act to amend an act defining the boundaries of counties.

Read first time.
Mr. St. John introduced

Senate Bill No. 70, An act to promote immigration to the State of Kansas.

Read first time.

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Mr. McWirt introduced

Senate Bill No. 71, An act to amend section 12 of chapter 37 of the laws of 1868, concerning executors and administrators.

Read first time.

Mr. McWirt introduced

Senate Bill No. 72, An act in relation to private roads.
Read first time.
Mr. McWirt introduced

Senate Bill No. 73, An act in regard to the service of process upon corporations within this State.

Read first time.

Mr. McWirt introduced

Senate Bill No. 74, An act in relation to poor persons.

Read first time.

Mr. McWirt introduced

Senate Bill No. 75, An act to amend an act to establish a home for friendless women, and to make an appropriation therefor, approved March 2, 1870.

Read first time.
Mr. J. C. Wilson introduced

Senate Bill No. 76, An act providing for the apportionment of the State into congressional districts.

Read first time.
Mr. Simons introduced

Senate Bill No. 77, An act to authorize Perry D. Scaunell, a minor, to exercise the rights of majority.

Read first time.

Mr. Simons introduced

Senate Bill No. 78, An act to amend section 14 of an act entitled an act fixing the fees of certain officers and persons therein named, approved March 2, 1868.

Read first time.

Mr. Price introduced

Senate Bill No. 79, An act supplemental to and explanatory of an act to fund the territorial debt.

Read first time.
Mr. Price introduced

Senate Bill No. 80, An act to amend section 455 of the act entitled an act to establish a code of civil procedure, approved Feb. 25, 1868.

Read first time.

Mr. O'Neil introduced.

Senate Bill No. 81, An act relating to the jurisdiction of and procedure before justices of the peace.

Read first timo.

Mr. McFarland introduced

Senate Bill No. 82, An act to amend an act entitled an act to regulate crimes and punishments.

Read first time.

Mr. McFarland introduced

Senate Bill No. 83, An act to amend section 252 of chapter 31 of the General Statutes of 1868, relating to crimes and punishments.

Read first time.

Mr. Butler introduced

Senate Bill No. 84, An act to expedite the collection of costs in justices' courts.

Read first time.

Mr. Blair introduced

Senate Bill No. 85, An act to provide for the permanent survey

of lands.
Read first time.
Mr. V. P. Wilson introduced

Senate Bill No. 86, An act relating to roads and section lines in Dickinson county.

Read first time.

Mr. Morrill introduced

Senate Bill No. 87, An act with reference to the indigent sick.

Read first time.

Mr. Martin introduced

Senate Bill No. 88, An act to regulate and fix the terms of court in the fifteenth judicial district.

Read first time.

Mr. Martin introduced

Senate Bill No. 89, An act to amend section 6, chapter 38, of the General Statutes.

Read first time.

Substitute for House Bill No. 3, An act to enable certain minors to exercise the rights of majority.

Read first time.

House Bill No. 15, An aet to allow compensation to councilmen of cities of the first class.

Read first time.

House Bill No. 19, An act to vacate a part of the Leavenworth and Fort Riley road, in Leavenworth county.

Read first time.

House Bill No. 44, An act relating to a State road in the counties of Ellis, Rooks and Phillips.

Read first time.

House Bill No. 12, An act extending the boundary lines of the city of Columbus, in the county of Cherokee, and defining the same.

Read first time.

House Bill No. 48, An act to legalize certain acts of the city council of the city of Wichita.

Read first time.

Huuse Bill No. 38, An act to amend section 1 of chapter 45 of the laws of 1868, concerning the protection of game.

Read first time.

House Bill No. 85, An act to authorize certain counties and incorporated cities to aid manufactures.

Read first time.

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