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in all cases of appeal to the district court from the judgment of a police judge of any incorporated city.

By Senator Gabriel: Senate bill No. 100, An act to create a board of examiners and regulate the business of plumbing

By Senator Noftzger: Senate bill No. 101, An act to promote the safety of the traveling public and to protect the lives and limbs of the railway employees.

By Senator Vincent: Senate bill No. 102, An act for the protection of trade-marks.

By Senator Porter: Senate bill No. 103, An act to give a right of action against an employer for injuries or death resulting to his agents, employees, or servants, either from the employer's negligence or from the negligence of some of his other employees, servants, or agents, and to repeal all acts and parts of acts in conflict herewith.

By Senator Kennedy: Senate bill No. 104, An act relating to the fees of county attorneys in suits brought on forfeited recognizances.

Upon motion of Senator Cubbison, Senate concurrent resolution No. 6 was made a special order for ten o'clock to-morrow.

Senator Ward introduced Senate concurrent resolution No. 7, as follows:

A resolution to appoint a committee to ascertain if the institution styling itself "The International Harvester Company of North America,” has complied with the statute of this state, so as to authorize it to engage in business in this state. Be it resolved by the Legislature of the State of Kansas :

SECTION 1. That a committee of five be appointed (two by the president of the Senate and three by the speaker of the House), whose duty shall be, in connection with the attorney-general, to proceed at once and fully and carefully investigate the fact as to whether the institution styling itself" The International Harverster Company of North America” has complied with the statutes of this state, so as to empower it to do business in this state.

SEC. 2. That said committee shall have power to issue process for witnesses to any officer authorized to serve subpænas, and take testimony under oath, and to examine any and all books and papors pertaining thereto; such oath to be administered by the chairman of of the committee. Said committee shall make its report, in writing, as soon as possible, and file one copy thereof with the secretary of the Senate and one copy with the clerk of the House of Representatives.

Sec. 3. This resolution shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and approval.

Senator Morrow moved that when the Senate adjourn it adjourn until ten o'clock to-morrow morning.

On motion of Senator Carpenter, the Senate took a recess until 11:55 A, M.

The Senate convened 11:55 A. M., pursuant to recess.

The hour fixed by House concurrent resolution No. 2 for the Senate to meet the House of Representatives in joint session for the election of state printer having arrived, the Senate, preceded by its president, secretary, and sergeant-at-arms, repaired to the House of Representatives.

JOINT SESSION. The Legislature met in joint session, with Lieut.-gov. D. J. Hanna in the chair.

The president then announced that, the hour having arrived for a joint convention of the Senate and House to be held for the purpose of electing a state printer, the joint convention would be in order.

The secretary of the Senate called the roll of the Senate, and the following Senators were present and answered to their names: Senators Allen, Branine, Buschow, Caldwell, Carpenter, Chaney, Codding, Conrad, Crum, Cubbison, Findlay, Fitzpatrick, Fulton, Gabriel, Henley, Householder, Hurrel, Kennedy, King, Leidy, McKnight, McMillan, Miller, Morehouse, Morrow, Noftzger, Pestana, Peterson, Porter, Simons, Smith, Sponable, Stewart, Tapp, Vincent, Ward, White, Wright, Wulfekuhler.

Senator Fullington was absent.

The secretary of the Senate announced that a quorum of the Senators was present.

The chief clerk of the House called the roll of the House, and the following gentlemen were present and answered to their names :

Messrs. Adair, Adams of Butler, Adams of Sedgwick, Baird, Ballard, Barnd, Beeson, Betts, Bevington, Billings, Bowman, Brandon, Broadbent, Brown of Brown, Brown of Labette, Bucklin, Burke, Campbell of Bourbon, Campbell of Meade, Chandler, Crocker, Daugherty, Dolley, Dunn, Einsel, Emmons, Enright, Evans, Farris, Finley, Fisher, Focke, Francis, Friar, Galle, Godshalk, Goebel, Griffin, Hale, Harris, Hawkins, Hayden, Heusel, Hill, Hollenbeck, Honnell, Hugos, Hunter, Hutcheson, Jeffries, Jenks, Jensen, Johnson of Decatur, Johnson of Sheridan, Jones of Gove, Jones of Norton, Jones of Trego, Keith, King of Lane, King of Ottawa, Kinkel, Kinnison, Kirtland, Kost, Kramer, Langfield, Laughlin, Law, Leland, Lewis, Linton, Lockwood, Lynn, Martin of Morton, Martin of Woodson, McIntire, McKee of Clay, McLaughlin, Mead, Mendenhall, Miller, Murdock, Mustoe, Nation, Nixon, O'Donnell, Parish, Peck, Perkins of Leavenworth, Perkins of Wyandotte, Pollock, Pralle, Robbins, Roughton, Sarbach, Schermerhorn, Schlyer, Schmidt of Geary, Sharp, Sims, Smith of Thomas, Speer, Starr, Stavely, Tannahill, Tatum, Taylor, Tipton, Tucker, Von Trebra, Waggener, Watkins, Weldon, Whistler, Williams of Shawnee, Williams of Stanton, Woodhouse, Wyckoff, Mr. Speaker Pringle.

The chief clerk of the House announced that a quorum of the House was present.

The president of the joint convention announced the presence of more than the required number to constitute a quorum, and stated that nominations for state printer would be in order.

Senator Allen placed the name of George A. Clark in nomination for state printer.

Representative 0. G. Ballard nominated Grant W. Harrington for state printer.

The president then ordered the roll-call of the Senate, and directed that, as the members' names were called, each should arise in his place and state the person of his choice for state printer.

The secretary of the Senate called the roll of the Senate, with the following result: Whole number of votes cast, 38; Mr. George A. Clark received 32 votes, and Mr. Grant W. Harrington received 6 votes.

The senators voting for Mr. Clark were: Senators Allen, Branine, Buschow, Carpenter, Chaney, Codding, Conrad, Crum, Cubbison, Findlay, Fitzpatrick, Fulton, Henley, Hurrel, Kennedy, Leidy, Miller, Morehouse, Morrow, Noftzger, Pestana, Peterson, Porter, Simons, Smith, Sponable, Stewart, Tapp, Vincent, Ward, White, and Wulfekubler.

Senators voting for Grant W. Harrington were: Senators Caldwell, Gabriel, Householder, King, McMillan, and Wright.

Senators absent and not voting were: Senators Fullington and McKnight.

The chief clerk of the House then called the roll of the House, with the following result:

Total number of votes cast, 120; Mr. George A. Clark received 91 votes, and Mr. Grant W. Harrington received 29 votes.

Gentlemen voting for Mr. George A. Clark were: Messrs. Adair, Adams of Butler, Adams of Sedgwick, Baird, Barnd, Beeson, Betts, Bevington, Billings, Brandon, Brown of Brown, Brown of Labette, Burke, Campbell of Bourbon, Campbell of Meade, Crocker, Daugherty, Dolley, Dunn, Einsel, Emmons, Enright, Evans, Farris, Finley, Fisher, Francis, Friar, Galle, Godshalk, Griffin, Hawkins, Hayden, Heusel, Hill, Hollenbeck, Honnell, Hugos, Hunter, Hutcheson, Husey, Jeffries, Jenks, Johnson of Sheridan, Jones of Gove, Jones of Norton, Jones of Trego, King of Ottawa, Kinkel, Kinnison, Kirtland, Kramer, Law, Leland, Lewis, Linton, Lockwood, Martin of Morton, Martin of Woodson, Mead, Mendenhall, Miller, Murdock, Mustoe, Nation, Nixon, O'Donnell, Peck, Perkins of Wyandotte, Pollock, Pralle. Robbins, Sarbach, Schermerhorn, Schmidt of Geary, Sharp, Sims, Speer, Starr, Stavely, Taylor, Tucker, Von Trebra, Watkins, Wel. don, Whistler, Williams of Shawnee, Williams of Stanton, Woodhouse, Wyckoff, and Mr. Speaker Pringle.

Gentlemen voting for Grant W. Harrington were: Messrs. Ballard, Bowman, Broadbent, Bucklin, Chandler, Focke. Goebel, Hale, Harris, Jensen, Johnson of Decatur, Keith, King of Lane, Kost, Langfield, Laughlin, Lynn, McIntire, McKee of Clay, McLaughlin, Parish, Perkins of Leavenworth, Roughton, Schlyer, Smith of Sherman, Tannahill, Tatum, Tipton, and Waggener.

Gentlemen absent or not voting were: Messrs. Barker, Kirkpatrick, McKee of Marshall, Stubbs, and Wilson.

Lieutenant-governor Hanna, president of the joint convention, then announced that 158 votes had been cast by the joint convention, of which Mr. George A. Clark received 123 votes, and Mr. Grant W. Harrington received 35 votes.

Senator Carpenter moved that the joint convention be now dissolved, which motion prevailed.

The Senate reassembled in the Senate chamber, with Lieut.-gov. D. J. Hanna in the chair.

On motion of Senator Morrow, the Senate adjourned until Wednesday, January 21, 1903.

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