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III.

Messages shall be sent by the Secretary, Clerk, or by such person as a sense of propriety of each House may determine to be proper.

IV.

Notice of the action of either House to the other shall be on paper, and under the signature of the Secretary or Clerk of the House from which such notice is to be conveyed.

V.

After a bill shall have passed both Houses, it shall be duly enrolled by the Enrolling Clerk of the Assembly or of the Senate, as the bill may have originated in the one or the other House, before it shall be presented to the Governor of the State.

VI.

When bills are enrolled, they shall be examined by the Enrolling Committee of the House in which they originate, who shall carefully compare the enrolment with the engrossed bill, as passed in the two Houses, and correcting any errors that may be discovered in the enrolled bill, make their report forthwith to the House in which the bill originated.

VII.

After examination and report, each bill shall be signed in the respective Houses, first by the Speaker of the Assembly, then by the President of

the Senate.

VIII.

After a bill shall have thus been signed in each House, it shall be presented by the Enrolling Committee of the House in which it originated to the Governor of the State, for his approval (it being first indorsed on the back of the roll by the Secretary or Clerk, as the case may be, certifying in which House the bill originated.) The said committee shall report the day of presentation to the Governor, which time shall be carefully entered on the Journals of the House in which the bill originated.

IX.

All orders, resolutions, and votes, which are to be presented to the Governor of the State for his approbation, shall also, in the same manner, be previously enrolled, examined, and signed, and shall be presented in the same manner, and by the same committee, as provided in the case of bills.

X.

When the Senate and Assembly shall judge it proper to make a joint address to the Governor, it shall be presented to him in his audience chamber, by the President of the Senate, in the presence of the Speaker and both Houses.

XI.

When a bill or resolution which shall have passed in one House, is rejected by the other, notice thereof shall be given to the House in which the same shall have passed.

XII.

When a bill or resolution which has been passed in one House, shall be rejected in the other, it shall not be brought in during the same session without a notice of five days, and leave of two thirds of that House in which it shall be renewed.

XIII.

Each House shall transmit to the other, papers on which any bill or resolution shall be founded.

XIV.

After each House shall have once adhered to their disagreement, a bill or resolution shall be lost.

XV.

No bill or resolution that shall have passed the Assembly and Senate shall be presented to the Governor for his approval on the last day of the session.

XVI.

No appropriations of money, for any purpose whatever, shall be made except by bill.

XVII.

Each House may order the printing of bills introduced and reports of its own committees, but no other printing shall be ordered except by a concurrent resolution passed by both Houses.

XVIII.

There shall be a Joint Standing Committee of three from each House, who shall examine all matter proposed to be printed by concurrent order, and shall report what part of such matter it is needful to print.

XIX.

No spirituous liquors shall be offered for sale or introduced within any portion of the building which is used for State purposes, or is under the control of this Legislature.

XX.

No increase of the pay of any officer or attaché of the Senate or Assembly shall be made by resolution, except by unanimous consent.

XXI.

All concurrent or joint resolutions, which relate to or contain com

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munications to the Federal Government, shall be treated in all respects as bills.

The Rules were adopted, and the usual number of copies, with the names of the Standing Committees, ordered printed.

Mr. Holden, Chairman of the Committee on Public Lands, made the following report:

MR. PRESIDENT:-The Committee on Public Lands' have had under consideration Senate joint resolution No. 3, relative to lands donated by Act of Congress, approved July second, eighteen hundred and sixty-two, to the several States and Territories which may provide colleges for the benefit of agriculture and the mechanical arts, and recommend its passage without amendment.

HOLDEN, Chairman.

Mr. Van Dyke, Chairman of the Judiciary Committee, made the fol lowing report:

MR. PRESIDENT:-The Judiciary Committee, to whom was referred Senate bill No. 41, an Act to amend an Act entitled an Act to create a Board of Supervisors in the counties of this State, and to define their duties and powers, passed March twentieth, eighteen hundred and fiftyfive, and other Acts amendatory thereof, beg leave to report that they have had the same under consideration, and report it back with amendments, and recommend its passage as amended;

Also, Senate bill No. 40, an Act to aniend an Act entitled an Act to regulate proceedings in civil cases in the Courts of Justice in this State, passed April twenty-ninth, eighteen hundred and fifty-one, report the same back with amendments, and recommend its passage as amended. VAN DYKE, Chairman.

INTRODUCTION OF BILLS.

Bills were introduced as follows:

By Mr. Holden, for an Act to amend an Act making certificates of purchase or of location evidence of title, approved April thirteenth, cighteen hundred and sixty-two.

Read first and second times, and referred to the Committee on Public Lands.

By Mr. Wallis, for an Act amendatory of and supplementary to an Act entitled an Act to establish and regulate Common Schools, and to repeal former Acts concerning the same, passed May third, eighteen hundred and fifty-five, and the several Acts amendatory of and supplementary thereto.

Read first and second times, and referred to the Committee on Education.

RESOLUTIONS.

Mr. Chamberlain offered the following resolution:

Resolved, That a Committee of five be appointed by the Chair to inquire whether Hon. Thomas Baker, a member of this Senate, has, at any time, been guilty of uttering seditious and treasonable language, and especially on or about the sixteenth of August last past, in a public

speech delivered in the town of Visalia, in this State, and to report the facts, and what action, if any, should be taken thereon.

Upon the adoption of the resolution, the ayes and noes were demanded, by Messrs. Kutz, McNabb, and Birdseye, and taken, with the following result:

AYES-Messrs. Abell, Anderson, Birdseye, Booth, Burnell, Cavis, Chamberlain, Clark, Cunningham, Gaskill, Harriman, Harvey, Higby, Higgins, Kutz, Lewis, McCullough, McNabb, Oulton, Pacheco, Parks, Perkins, Porter of Contra Costa, Porter of Santa Cruz, Powers, Saxton, Shannon, Shurtleff, Van Dyke, Wallis, and Whiting-31.

NOES-Messrs. Doll, Holden, Nixon, and Vineyard-4.

Mr. Parks offered a concurrent resolution, relative to allowing the Resident Physician of the State Insane Asylum five hundred copies of his report.

Adopted.

Mr. Shurtleff offered the following resolution :

Resolved, That William McCoy be appointed Assistant Porter of the Senate, at the same per diem allowed other Porters of this body.

Laid on the table.

Mr. Holden offered a concurrent resolution relative to mechanical and agricultural arts colleges.

Mr. Harvey moved to refer to the Committee on Public Lands.

Mr. Perkins moved to amend the motion by referring to the Committee on Education.

The Chair decided that the amendment was not in order; that motions to refer to different Standing Committees must be put in the order in which they are made.

Mr. Powers appealed.

The decision of the Chair was sustained.

The motion to refer to the Committee on Public Lands was lost.
The resolution was referred to the Committee on Education.

REPORTS.

Mr. Burnell, from the Committee on Engrossment, made the following reports:

Mr. PRESIDENT:-The Committee on Engrossment have compared, and found correctly engrossed, Senate concurrent resolution No. 7, relative to the change of the line between the San Francisco and Humboldt Land Districts.

BURNELL, Chairman.

Mr. PRESIDENT:-The Engrossing Committee have examined, and found correctly engrossed, Senate bill No. 48, entitled an Act to amend section one of an Act approved April tenth, eighteen hundred and sixtytwo, entitled an Act concerning the county records of the County of Trinity;

Also, Senate bill No. 43, entitled an Act supplemental to an Act entitled an Act to provide for funding the indebtedness of the County of

Mendocino, approved April nineteenth, A. D. eighteen hundred and sixtytwo;

Also, Senate bill No. 45, entitled an Act to amend section one of an Act, approved March thirteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-two, entitled an Act to transcribe certain records of the County of Shasta. BURNELL, Chairman.

GENERAL FILE.

Senate bill No. 41, an Act to amend an Act entitled an Act to create a Board of Supervisors in the counties of this State, and to define their powers and duties, passed March twentieth, eighteen hundred and fiftyfive, and all other Acts amendatory thereof amended, and ordered engrossed.

Joint resolution No. 3, relative to certain lands donated to the State of California by the General Government-rules suspended, considered engrossed, read third time, and passed.

Senate bill No. 40, an Act to amend an Act to regulate proceedings in civil cases in the Courts of Justice in this State, passed April twentyninth, eighteen hundred and fifty-one-amended, and ordered engrossed. At two o'clock, P. M., on motion of Mr. Shannon, the Senate adjourned.

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Mr. Van Dyke, Chairman of the Judiciary Committee, made the following report:

MR. PRESIDENT:-The Judiciary Committee have had under consideration Assembly bill No. 20, an Act to repeal an Act entitled an Act concerning certain salaries and fees of office in the County of Monterey, approved April nineteenth, Anno Domini eighteen hundred and sixty

two.

This Act repeals an Act concerning certain salaries and fees of office in the County of Monterey, approved April nineteenth, eighteen hundred and sixty-two. (Laws of 1862, p. 306-7.)

This latter Act creates a special fee bill for Monterey County, and the

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