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Jackson
Kane

Brewer

Thomason

Felts

Lantz

Tice

Bruce
Burns
Burres

Watson

West

Groves

This bill, having received the votes of a constitutional majority of the members elected, was declared passed.

Ordered that the title be as aforesaid, and that the Clerk inform the Senate thereof, and ask their concurrence therein.

By unanimous consent, Mr. Tice called up House Bill No. 314, in the order of third reading; and House Bill No. 314, a bill for “An Act to provide for the incorporation of co-operative associations for pecuniary profit,"

Having been engrossed and all amendments adopted thereto having been printed, was taken up and read at large a third time,

And the question being, "Shall this bill pass?" it was decided in the affirmative by the following vote: Yeas, 117; nays, 5.

Those voting in the affirmative are: Messrs.
Atwood
Donlan

Holaday
Mulcahy

Shurtleff
Benson
Dudgeon
Hubbard
Murphy

Smejkal
Bentley
Elliott

Igoe

O'Connell Smith
Bippus
Ellis

O'Rourke Strubinger
Boyd
Epstein

Pace

Taylor
Fahy

Kasserman Perkins
Brinkman

Kilens
Pierson

Thompson
Brown, W. M. Festerling

Prendergast Thon Browne, L, O'N. Flagg

Leech

Provine
Foster
Lipshulch Purdunn

Tompkins
Frankhauser Lyle

Quisenberry Trandel
Franz
Lyon

Rentchler Turnbaugh
Butler
Gardner
Madsen

Rethmeier Tuttle
Buxton
Garesche
Mason
Rinehart

Vickers
Campbell
Gorman
McCabe
Roderick

Walsh
Conlon

Graham, W. J. McCormick Roe, A. Curren, C. Green, C.

McGloon

Rostenkowski Weber Curran, T. Gregory

Meents

Rothschild
Dahlberg
Griffin
Merritt

Rowe, W. Williamson
Dalton

Mitchell
Santry

Wilson, G. H.
Davis
Hamlin

Scanlan

Wilson, H.
Desmond
Hennebry
Morrasy
Scholes

Wood
Devereux
Hicks
Morris

Schuberth Young
De Young
Hoffman

Yeas-117.
Those voting in the negative are: Messrs.
Drake
Graham, T. E. Green, E. W. Ryan, F. J. Stanfield

Nays-5. This bill, having received the votes of a constitutional majority of the members elected, was declared passed.

Ordered that the title be as aforesaid, and that the Clerk inform the Senate thereof, and ask their concurrence therein.

By unanimous consent, Mr. Thomas Curran called up House Bill No. 844 in the order of second reading; and House Bill No. 844, a bill for “An Act to extend the powers of the city council, in cities, and the president and board of trustees, in villages and incorporated towns,"

Having been printed, was taken up and read at large a second time,

And the question being, “Shall the bill be engrossed for a third reading ?" it was decided in the affirmative.

By unanimous consent, Mr. G. H. Wilson called up House Bill No. 822 in the order of second reading; and House Bill No. 822, a bill for “An Act to amend an Act entitled, 'An Act to provide for the licensing of and against the evils arising from the sale of intoxicating liquors,' approved March 30, 1874, in force July 1, 1874, as amended by subsequent Acts, by adding an additional section thereto to be designated as section 2a,"

Having been printed, was taken up and read at large a second time,

And the question being, “Shall the bill be engrossed for a third reading ?" it was decided in the affirmative.

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By unanimous consent, Mr. Burns, from the Committee on Military Affairs, to which was referred House Bill No. 211, being a bill for "An Act ratifying and confirming the sale and conveyance of all the right, title and interest of the State of Illinois in and to the buildings and land belonging to the State of Illinois and used as an armory by the Second Regiment, Illinois National Guard,"

Reported the same back with the recommendation that the bill do pass.

The report of the committee was concurred in and the bill ordered to a first reading.

' By unanimous consent, Mr. Tice, from the Committee on Roads and Bridges, to which was referred House Bill No. 843, being a bill for "An Act authorizing and empowering the employment of the prisoners in the Illinois State Reformatory at Pontiac, Illinois, in the manufacture of aluminum seals and metal number plates for motor vehicles and motor bicycles required under the provisions of the Motor Vehicle Law, upon the requisition of the Secretary of State,"

Reported the same back with amendments thereto, with the recommendation that the amendments be adopted and that the bill, as amended, do pass.

The report of the committee was concurred in and the bill ordered to a first reading.

By unanimous consent, Mr. Taylor introduced a bill, House Bill No. 864, a bill for "An Act making an appropriation to the Rivers and Lakes Commission of Illinois for the purpose of strengthening, improving and repairing levees at Shawneetown, Illinois,

The bill was taken up, read by title, ordered printed and referred to the Committee on Appropriations.

By unanimous consent, Mr. Taylor introduced a bill, House Bill No. 865, a bill for “An Act providing that operators of all metalliferous mines shall furnish shot firers in mines where shooting and blasting is done."

The bill was taken up, read by title, ordered printed and referred to the Committee on Industrial Affairs.

By unanimous consent, Mr. Atwood introduced a bill, House Bill No. 866, a bill for “An Act amending an Act entitled, 'An Act in relation to the acquisition, control, maintenance, improvements and protection of State parks, and making an appropriation to carry into effect the provisions of this Act,' approved June 10, 1911,"

The bill was taken up, read by title, ordered printed and referred to the Committee on Appropriations.

At the hour of 6:45 o'clock p. m., Mr. Gardner moved that the House do now adjourn.

The motion prevailed,
And the House stood adjourned.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1915, 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M.

The House met pursuant to adjournment,
The Speaker in the chair.
Prayer by the Rev. J. Jay Dugan.

The Journal of yesterday was being read, when, on motion of Mr. Franz, the further reading of the same was dispensed with, and it was ordered to stand approved.

The House proceeding upon the order of petitions, Mr. Merritt presented a petition from citizens of Jacksonville, and Mechanicsburg, Illinois, relating to anti-saloon legislation,

Which was referred, under the rules, to the Committee on Temperance.

The Speaker presented a petition from the Grant Memorial Association of Illinois, relating to a memorial to General Grant,

Which was referred, under the rules, to the Committee on Appropriations.

Mr. Huston presented a petition from children of the Fourteenth Congressional District, relating to anti-saloon legislation,

Which was referred, under the rules, to the Committee on Temperance.

Mr. Richardson presented a petition from children of the Twentyfirst Congressional District, relating to anti-saloon legislation,

Which was referred, under the rules, to the Committee on Temperance.

Mr. Kane presented a petition from children of the Twenty-fourth Congressional District, relating to anti-saloon legislation,

Which was referred, under the rules, to the Committee on Temperance.

Mr. Carl Green presented a petition from children of the Twentythird Congressional District, relating to anti-saloon legislation,

Which was referred, under the rules, to the Committee on Temperance.

Mr. Lyle presented a petition from children of Lake County, Illinois, relating to anti-saloon legislation,

Which was referred, under the rules, to the Committee on Temperance.

Mr. Benson presented a petition from children of the Twelfth Congressional District, relating to anti-saloon legislation,

Which was referred, under the rules, to the Committee on Temperance.

Mr. Harry Wilson presented a petition from children of the Twenty-fifth Congressional District, relating to anti-saloon legislation,

Which was referred, under the rules, to the Committee on Temperance.

Mr. Flagg presented a petition from children of the Twentysecond Congressional District, relating to anti-saloon legislation,

Which was referred, under the rules, to the Committee on Temperance.

Mr. Meents presented a petition from children of the Eighteenth Congressional District, relating to anti-saloon legislation,

Which was referred, under the rules, to the Committee on Temperance.

Mr. Boyd presented a petition from children of the Sixteenth Congressional District, relating to anti-saloon legislation,

Which was referred, under the rules, to the Committee on Temperance.

Mr. Perkins presented a petition from children of the Seventeenth Congressional District, relating to anti-saloon legislation,

Which was referred, under the rules, to the Committee on Temperance.

Mr. Groves presented a petition from children of the Twentieth Congressional District, relating to anti-saloon legislation,

Which was referred, under the rules, to the Committee on Temperance.

Mr. Atwood presented a petition from children of the Thirteenth Congressional District, relating to anti-saloon legislation,

Which was referred, under the rules, to the Committee on Temperance.

Mr. G. H. Wilson presented a petition from children of the Fifteenth Congressional District, relating to anti-saloon legislation,

Which was referred, under the rules, to the Committee on Temperance.

Mr. E. W. Green presented a petition from children of the Nineteenth Congressional District, relating to anti-saloon legislation,

Which was referred, under the rules, to the Committee on Temperance.

Mr. W. M. Brown presented a petition from children of the Tenth Congressional District, relating to anti-saloon legislation,

Which was referred, under the rules, to the Committee on Temperance.

Mr. Ellis presented a petition from children of the Eleventh Congressional District, relating to anti-saloon legislation,

Which was referred, under the rules, to the Committee on Temperance.

The House proceeding upon the order of reports of standing committees, Mr. Festerling, from the Committee on License and Miscellany, to which was referred bills of the following titles, to wit:

HOUSE BILL No. 187.

A bill for "An Act to prohibit giving and receiving tips' in hotels, restaurants, cafes, railroad dining cars and sleeping cars, and to provide penalties for a violation thereof."

HOUSE BILL No. 467.

A bill for "An Act to license and regulate aeronautics."

HOUSE BILL No. 731. A bill for "An Act to amend sections 1, 2, 3, 4 and 8 of an Act entitled, 'An Act to regulate the sale and analysis of concentrated feeding stuffs,' approved May 18, 1905, and in force July 1, 1905, as amended by subsequent Acts."

HOUSE BILL No. 305.

A bill for “An Act to regulate the pursuit of the profession and avocation of a piano tuner, and to insure the better qualifications of persons following such business in the State of Illinois."

Reported the same back with the recommendation that the bills do not pass.

The report of the committee was concurred in and House bills numbered 187, 467, 731, and 305 were ordered to lie on the table.

Mr. Festerling, from the Committee on License and Miscellany, to which was referred bills of the following titles, to wit:

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HOUSE BILL No. 332.

A bill for “An Act in 'relation to the distribution of samples or specimens of poisonous substances, drugs or medicines, and sales thereof."

HOUSE BILL No. 406. A bill for "An Act to provide for the licensing of structural engineers, to regulate the practice of structural engineering and to exempt licensed structural engineers from the provisions of the Act relating to the practice of architecture.

HOUSE BILL No. 227. A bill for "An Act to amend an Act entitled, 'An Act to provide for the licensing of plumbers and to supervise and inspect plumbing,' approved June 10, 1897, in force July 1, 1897, by amending sections one (1) and six (6) thereof."

HOUSE BILL No. 564.

A bill for "An Act to prevent the giving away of pictures, or premiums of any sort or kind, or other thing of value or inducement to purchase, with cigarettes and to provide a penalty for its violation."

HOUSE BILL No. 153.

A bill for “An Act to prohibit any person, firm or corporation from obtaining money or property by the practice of fortune telling, clairvoyance, astrology, palmistry, spirit mediumship, card reading, seership or like crafty science."

Reported the same back with the recommendation that the bills do pass.

The report of the committee was concurred in and House bills numbered 332, 406, 227, 564, and 153 were ordered to a first reading.

Mr. Festerling, from the Committee on License and Miscellany, to which was referred House Bill No. 112, being a bill for “An Act to restrict the issuance of licenses in the State of Illinois, to legally qualified and constituted citizens of the United States of America,"

Reported the same back with the recommendation that the bill be re-referred to the Liberal Committee.

The report of the committee was concurred in, and it was so ordered.

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