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Cheshire, Conaway, Craig, Dent, Downey, Ellis, Garst, Gorrell, Harmon, Harper, Henderson, Kilburn, Lehfeldt, Rea, Riggen, Rowen, Terry, Vale-24.

The nays were:

Senators Bishop, Eaton, Everall, Finn, Funk, Harsh, Hurst, Jewett, Kelly, Lewis, Mattoon, Oleson, Palmer, Perrin, Phelps, Reynolds, Turner, Waterman-18.

Absent or not voting:

Senators Green, Groneweg, Hipwell, Jamison, Penrose, Perry, Upton, Yeomans-8.

So the bill having failed to receive a constitutional majority was declared lost.

Senator Oleson asked leave to have the journal show he would have voted for substitute to Senate file No. 330 had he been present. So ordered.

The following communication on President's table was read by the secretary, and ordered spread upon the records:

At the citizens' meeting at the board of trade rooms Friday night, relative to the observance of General Jones' 90th birthday, the Committee on Resolutions drafted the following, which were unanimously adopted:

WHEREAS, Hon. Frank D. Jackson, Governor of Iowa, has in a special message called the attention of the legislative assembly to the near approach of the ninetieth birthday of our distinguished fellow citizen, Hon. Geo. W. Jones, and briefly mentioned historical facts which clearly entwine General Jones' name with that o the history of lowa, and suggests the General be invited to become the guest of the State of Iowa on that oceasion, and

WHEREAS, Both the Senate and the House of Representatives have by unanimous vote acted upon the Governor's suggestion and designated the 4th day of April, when Iowa, through its Legislative Assembly, will do honor to ex-Minister and ex-Senator Jones; therefore be it

Resolved, By the citizens of Dubuque, that our most sincere and heartfelt thanks be and they are hereby tendered to his excellency, Governor Jackson, for his thoughtful kindness and generous action, and to the members of the Senate and House of Representatives for their unanimous and highly complimentary note inviting General Jones to be the guest of the State of Iowa, April 4, 1894, which we consider no less an honor to the citizens of Dubuque than to its direct recipient, General Jones, and our grateful acknowledgments are also tendered to the mayor and members of the city council of Des Moines for graciously tendering to General Jones the freedom and hospitality of the city of Des Moines on the occasion of his visit to the capital metropolis.

Resolved, That during the sixty-four years ex-Minister and ex-Senator Jones has been a resident of Dubuque and of Sinsinawa Mound near by, he has, as our most earnest and active friend, done herculean work to advance and promote our general prosperity, and merits our lasting gratitude and friendship, and as the organizer of Iowa Territory and the godfather of the great State of Iowa and his life-long devotion to her best interests, he is deserving of the high compliment

about to be paid him, and the citizens of Dubuque will heartily co-operate to make the day memorable, not only to the city of Dubuque, but in the annals of Iowa.

Resolved, That his fidelity to Iowa and to her best interests, and his unswerving faithfulness to his friends, combined with his pure and unsullied private character, has justly endeared General Jones to our citizens here amongst whom he has resided two-thirds of a century.

Resolved. That a copy of these resolutions be transmitted to Governor Jackson and to the Senate and House of Representatives, to the city of Des Moines, to the daily press, and to the family of our distinguished citizen, whom all delight to honor. A. W. DAUGHERTY,

CHAS. MCLEAN,

Secretary.

Chairman.

House file No. 227, a bill for an act to regulate the testing of milk, with report of committee recommending passage, was taken up, considered, and the report of the committee was read.

Senator Jewetu moved that the rule be suspended, and the bill be read a third time now.

Senator Finn, president pro tempore, in the chair.
Senator Kelly offered the following amendment:

Strike out the word "Babcock" in sections 1 and 2 of the bill.

Lost.

The question being, "Shall the bill be read a third time now?" Carried, and bill read a third time.

On the question, "Shall the bill pass?" the yeas were:

Senators Andrews, Baldwin, Bishop, Boardman, Chantry, Cheshire, Craig, Downey, Eaton, Ellis, Everall, Finn, Funk, Garst, Gorrell, Groneweg, Harmon, Harper, Harsh, Henderson, Hipwell, Jamison, Jewett, Kilburn, Lehfeldt, Lewis, Mattoon, Oleson, Palmer, Penrose, Perrin, Phelps, Rea, Reynolds, Riggen, Rowen, Terry, Turner, Upton, Vale, Waterman-41.

The nays were:
Senator Kelly-1.

Absent or not voting:

Senators Brower, Carpenter, Conaway, Dent, Green, Hurst, Perry, Yeomans-8.

So the bill passed and the title was agreed to.

Senator Lewis moved to recall Senate file No. 419, from Sifting Committee.

Carried.

Senator Lewis moved that Senate file No. 419, a bill for an act making an appropriation for the purchase of a site for an additional hospital for the insane at Cherokee, be taken up for consideration.

Carried.

Senator Lewis moved that the rule be suspended and the bill be read a third time now, which motion prevailed, and the bill was read a third time.

On the question, "Shall the bill pass?" the yeas were:

Senators Andrews, Baldwin, Bishop, Boardman, Chantry, Cheshire, Conaway, Craig, Dent, Downey, Eaton, Ellis, Everall, Finn, Funk, Garst, Gorrell, Groneweg, Harmon, Harper, Harsh, Henderson, Hurst, Jamison, Jewett, Kelly, Lehfeldt, Lewis, Mattoon, Oleson, Palmer, Penrose, Perrin, Perry, Phelps, Rea, Reynolds, Riggen, Rowen, Terry, Upton, Vale, Waterman-43.

The nays were:

None.

Absent or not voting:

Senators Brower, Carpenter, Green, Hipwell, Kilburn, Turner, Yeomans-7.

So the bill passed and the title was agreed to.

Senate file No. 201, a bill for an act to amend section 3861 of the Code, as amended by section 1, chapter 114, of the acts of the Twentyfirst General Assembly, in relation to offenses against life and the person, was taken up, considered and the report of the committee read.

Senator Rowen moved the amendments proposed by the committee be adopted. Carried.

Senator Rowen moved that the bill be read a third time now, motion prevailed, and the bill was read a third time.

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On the question "Shall the bill pass?" the yeas were: Senators Andrews, Baldwin, Bishop, Boardman, Carpenter, Chantry, Cheshire, Craig, Downey, Eaton, Everall, Finn, Funk, Garst, Gorrell, Groneweg, Harmon, Harper, Harsh, Henderson, Hipwell, Hurst, Jamison, Jewett, Kelly, Kilburn, Lehfeldt, Lewis, Oleson, Palmer, Penrose, Perrin, Phelps, Rea, Reynolds, Riggen, Rowen, Terry, Turner, Upton, Vale, Waterman-43. The nays were:

None.

Absent or not voting:

Mattoon,

Senators Brower, Conaway, Dent, Ellis, Green, Perry, Yeomans-7.

So the bill passed and the title was agreed to.

Senator Rowen was granted leave of absence.

House file No. 174, a bill for an act to amend section 3832 of the Code, in relation to the publication of legal notices, with report of

committee recommending passage, was taken up, considered, and the report of committee was read.

Senator Funk moved that the rule be suspended, and the bill be read a third time now, which motion prevailed, and the bill was read a third time.

On the question, "Shall the bill pass?" the yeas were:

Senators Andrews, Baldwin, Carpenter, Chantry, Cheshire, Conaway, Craig, Eaton, Everall, Finn, Funk, Garst, Gorrell, Groneweg, Harmon, Harper, Harsh, Henderson, Hipwell, Hurst, Jamison, Jewett, Kelly, Kilburn, Lewis, Mattoon, Oleson, Palmer, Perrin, Phelps, Rea, Reynolds, Riggen, Terry, Turner, Upton, Vale-37.

The nays were:

Senators Bishop, Penrose-2.

Absent or not voting:

Senators Boardman, Brower, Dent, Downey, Ellis, Green, Lehfeldt, Perry, Rowen, Waterman, Yeomans-11.

So the bill passed and the title was agreed to.

MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE.

The following message was received from the House:

MR. PRESIDENT-I am directed to inform your honorable body that the House has passed the following bill in which the concurrence of the Senate is asked: House file No. 321, a bill for an act to protect the keepers of stallions for service.

Also:

I. K. WILSON,
Chief Clerk

MR. PRESIDENT-I am directed to inform your honorable body that the House has amended and passed the following bill in which the concurrence of the House was asked;

Senate file No. 317, a bill for an act to repeal chapter 14 of the laws of the Twenty-third General Assembly, as amended by chapter 9, of the laws of the Twenty-fourth General Assembly, relating to paving, curbing and sewering in cities under special charter and to enact a substitute therefor.

I. K. WILSON,

Chief Clerk.

Also:

MR. PRESIDENT-I am directed to inform your honorable body that the House has amended and passed the following joint resolution, in which the concurrence of the House was asked:

Senate joint resolution No. 5, to amend the constitution of the State of Iowa relative to the sale of intoxicating liquors as a beverage.

I. K. WILSON,

Chief Clerk.

Senator Carpenter asked leave to file a motion to recall from the House House file No. 283.

Leave granted and motion filed.

Senate file No. 316, a bill for an act relating to certain contracts for the conditional sale, lease or hire of railroad property and street railway equipments and rolling stock, and providing for the recording thereof, with report of committee recommending passage, was taken up, considered, and the report of the committee was read.

Senator Harmon moved that the bill be read a third time now, which motion prevailed and the bill was read a third time.

On the question, "Shall the bill pass?" the yeas were:

Senators Andrews, Baldwin, Bishop, Carpenter, Chantry, Conaway, Craig, Dent, Downey, Funk, Gorrell, Groneweg, Harmon, Harper, Harsh, Henderson, Hipwell, Jamison, Jewett, Kelly, Kilburn, Oleson, Palmer, Penrose, Perrin, Phelps, Rea, Reynolds, Riggen, Terry, Turner, Upton, Vale, Waterman-34.

The nays were:

None.

Absent or not voting:

Senators Boardman, Brower, Cheshire, Eaton, Ellis, Everall, Finn, Garst, Green, Hurst, Lehfeldt, Lewis, Mattoon, Perry, Rowen, Yeomans-16.

So the bill passed and the title was agreed to.

Senator Hipwell moved that House Messages be taken up.

Carried.

HOUSE MESSAGES.

Senator Hipwell moved that the Senate concur in House amendments to Senate file No. 317, a bill for an act to repeal chapter 14 of the laws of the Twenty-third General Assembly, as amended by chapter 9, of the laws of the Twenty-fourth General Assembly, relating to paving, curbing and sewering in cities under special charter and to enact a substitute therefor.

On the question, "Shall the Senate concur in House amendments?" the yeas were:

Senators Andrews, Baldwin, Boardman, Carpenter, Chantry, Cheshire, Craig, Dent, Downey, Ellis, Finn, Funk, Gorrell, Groneweg, Harmon, Harper, Harsh, Henderson, Hipwell, Hurst, Kelly, Kilburn, Lehfeldt, Lewis, Mattoon, Oleson, Palmer, Perrin, Phelps, Rea, Reynolds, Riggen, Terry, Turner, Vale-35.

The nays were:

None.

Absent or not voting:

Senators Bishop, Brower, Conaway, Eaton, Everall, Garst, Green,

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