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Senator Lewis moved to take up House
Carried,

HOUSE MESSAGES.

messages.

Senator Lewis moved the Senate concur in report of Conference Committee on Senate file No. 362.

On the question, "Shall the Senate concur in report of Conference Committee on Senate file No. 362?" the yeas were:

Senators Andrews, Baldwin, Boardman, Carpenter, Cheshire, Conaway, Craig, Dent, Downey, Ellis, Finn, Funk, Gorrell, Green, Harmon, Harper, Harsh, Henderson, Hurst, Jamison, Jewett, Lehfeldt, Lewis, Oleson, Palmer, Penrose, Perrin, Rea, Reynolds, Riggen, Turner, Upton, Vale, Waterman-34.

The nays were:

Senators Groneweg, Kelly, Mattoon, Perry, Terry—5.
Absent or not voting:

Senators Bishop, Brower, Chantry, Eaton, Everall, Garst, Hipwell, Kilburn, Phelps, Rowen, Yeomans-11.

So the Senate concurred in the report of the Conference Committee. House file No. 654, a bill for an act to legalize the incorporation of the town of Ridgeway, Winneshiek county, Iowa, the election of its officers, and all the official acts done by the council of said town, was read first and second times.

Senator Upton moved to take up House file No. 654 now.

Carried.

Senator Upton 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, Carpenter, Chantry, Cheshire Craig, Dent, Downey, Everall, Finn, Funk, Gorrell, Green, Harmon, Harper, Henderson, Hipwell, Jamison, Jewett, Kelly, Kilburn, Lehfeldt, Lewis, Oleson, Palmer, Penrose, Perrin, Perry, Phelps, Rea, Riggen, Terry, Turner, Upton, Vale, Waterman-37.

The nays were:

None.

Absent or not voting:

Senators Boardman, Brower, Conaway, Eaton, Ellis, Garst, Groneweg, Harsh, Hurst, Mattoon, Reynolds, Rowen, Yeomans-13.

So the bill passed and the title was agreed to.

House file No. 550, a bill for an act for the relief of John A. Johnson and Jonas R. Johnson and authorizing the payment of their claim against the State, was read first and second times.

Senator Oleson moved that House file No. 550 be taken up for con

sideration now.

Senator Andrews moved that the correction of the journal be deferred until the afternoon session.

Carried.

Senator Jamison moved that the Senate do now adjourn.
Carried.

The Senate adjourned.

AFTERNOON SESSION.

Senate met pursuant to adjournment at 2:00 o'clock P. M., and was called to order by President Dungan.

The question being upon Senator Oleson's motion to consider House file No. 550.

Senator Carpenter moved to refer House file No. 550 to the Sifting Committee.

Carried.

On motion of Senator Chantry, Senate file No. 98, a bill for an act for the relief of James T. Ward was taken up and considered.

Senator Chantry moved that the rule be suspended, and the bill be considered engrossed and 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, Brower, Carpenter, Chantry, Cheshire, Conaway, Craig, Dent, Downey, Ev rall, Finn, Funk, Garst, Gorrell, Green, Groneweg, Harmon, Harper, Harsh, Henderson, Hir well, Hurst, Jamison, Jewett, Kelley, Lewis, Mattoon, Palmer, Penrose, Perrin, Perry, Phelps, Rea, Riggen, Terry, Turner, Vale, Waterman, Yeomans-42.

The nays were:

None.

Absent or not voting:

Senators Eaton, Ellis, Kilburn, Lehfeldt, Oleson, Reynolds, Rowen, Upton-8.

So the bill passed and the title was agreed to.

Senator Harper introduced the following resolution:

DES MOINES, Iowa. Resolved, That to the retiring Lieutenant-Governor, Warren S. Dungan this body most sincerely and heartily extends its thanks for his able and

satisfactory administration of the burdensome duties of his high office. That his kind and uniform courtesy to Senators personally, wins him our most grateful remembrance, and as he goes deeper into the shades of his useful life, he will carry with him our sincerest and tenderest recollection, and cordial interest in his future good fortune, health and happiness.

Resolved, That as a further mark of respect to Lieutenant-Governor Dungan, the Senate hereby presents to him the chair he has ably filled, and the gavel used by him during his term of office of President of the Senate. Resolution adopted by rising vote.

Senator Harmon, from the Committee on Judiciary, submitted the following report:

MR. PRESIDENT-Your Committee on Judiciary, to whom was referred House file No. 239, a bill for an act to amend section 2961 of the Code of Iowa, and

Joint Resolution No. 2, proposing to amend section 9, article one, of the Constitution of the State of Iowa, and to provide for its reference and publication, and

Senate file No. 173, a bill for an act to amend section 2648 of the Code of Iowa, and

Senate file No. 278, a bill for an act requiring husbands and fathers to support their families, and

Senate File No. 255, a bill for an act to repeal sections 6 and 11, of chapter 43, laws of the Twenty-third General Assembly of Iowa, and to enact the following in lieu thereof, and

Senate file No. 92, a bill for an act to amend section 9173, of the Code of 1873 relative to the limitation on the right to appeal civil cases to the supreme court, and

Senate file No. 65, a bill for an act to repeal sections 181, 183 and 3777 of the Code and to substitute therefor the following, and

Senate file No. 60, a bill for an act to repeal sections 181, 183 and 3777 of the Code and to substitute therefor the following, and

Senate file No. 236, a bill for an act to apply to the provisions of chapter 58, laws of the Seventh General Assembly and amendments thereto existing, relating to the bonded indebtedness of Counties, Cities and Towns and,

Senate file No. 192, a bill for an act to indemnify Sheriffs in the service of Landlords Writ of attachment, and

Senate file No. 161, a bill for an act to establish legal time in the State of Iowa, and

Senate file No. 334, a bill for an act to amend chapter 58, laws of the Twenty-second General Assembly, and

Senate file No. 299, a bill for an act to amend section 1, chapter 85, acts of the Twenty-second General Assembly, and

Senate file No. 238, a bill for an act to amend section 2976, title 18, chapter one of the Code of 1873 in respect to garnishment, and

Senate file No. 302, a bill for an act to repeal sections 227 and 238, of the Code of 1873, and to enact substitutes therefor, relating to the qualification of jurors and the matter of preparing lists thereof, and

Senate file No. 80, a bill for an act to amend section 3723, of the Code of 1873, in relation to taking depositions, and

Senate file No. 220, a bill for an act to amend section 1, chapter 157 of the acts of the Twenty-first General Assembly, and

Senate file No. 387, a bill for an act to legalize the incorporation of the town of Macksburg, Madison county, Iowa, the election of its officers, and all acts done and ordinances passed by the council of said town, and

Senate file No 380, a bill for an act to amend section 3, of chapter 100, of the acts of the Sixteenth General Assembly, and to more particularly define persons who are entitled to mechanics liens for labor upon improvements upon property, and

Senate file No. 168 a, bill for an act entitled, an act to confer upon women the privilege of voting at school elections, and

Senate file No. 403, a bill for an act to enable parties to avoid delay in the administration of justice, beg leave to report that they have had the same under consideration, and have instructed me to report these bills back to the Senate without recommendation.

Ordered passed on file.

M. W. HARMON,
Chairman.

Senator Lewis moved to recall House file No. 372 from the Sifting Committee.

Carried.

Senator Lewis moved to take up House file No. 372, a bill for an act providing for the continuance of the Iowa Geological Survey, for consideration now.

Carried.

Senator Lewis offered the following amendment:

Strike out the figure and words "5 thousand dollars annually," and insert in lieu thereof the words and figures "two thonsand five hundred dollars ($2,500) annually," in line three, section one of the original bill.

Upon this the yeas and nays were demanded.

On the question, "Shall the amendment be adopted?" the yeas

were:

Senators Baldwin, Carpenter, Chantry, Cheshire, Conaway, Craig, Eaton, Everall, Funk, Garst, Gorrell, Harmon, Harper, Henderson, Jewett, Lewis, Palmer, Perrin, Phelps, Rea, Waterman-21. The nays were:

Senators Andrews, Bishop, Dent, Downey, Ellis, Finn, Green, Groneweg, Harsh, Hipwell, Hurst, Jamison, Kelly, Mattoon, Oleson, Riggen, Terry, Turner, Upton, Vale, Yeomans-21.

Absent or not voting:

Senators Boardman, Brower, Kilburn. Lehfeldt, Penrose, Perry, Reynolds, Rowen-8.

So the amendment was lost.

Senator Chantry moved the previous question.

Lost.

The question being shall the bill be read a third time now.
Carried.

The bill was read a third time.

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

Senators Andrews, Baldwin, Bishop, Craig, Dent, Ellis, Everall, Green, Groneweg, Harmon, Harper, Harsh, Hipwell, Hurst, Jamison, Kelly, Mattoon, Oleson, Perrin, Reynolds, Riggen, Rowen, Terry, Upton, Vale, Yeomans-26.

The nays were:

Senators Carpenter, Downey, Eaton, Finn, Garst, Gorrell, Henderson, Lewis, Phelps, Turner, Waterman-11.

Absent or not voting:

Senators Boardman, Brower, Chantry, Cheshire, Conaway, Funk, Jewett, Kilburn, Lehfeldt, Palmer, Penrose, Perry, Rea-13.

So the bill passed and the title was agreed to:

Senator Carpenter moved to take up Senate Joint Resolution No. 5, to amend the constitution of the State of Iowa, relative to the sale of intoxicating liquors as a beverage, for consideration.

Carried.

Senate Joint Resolution No. 5, as amended by House to amend the constitution of the state of Iowa relative to the manufacture and sale of intoxicating liquors as a beverage.

Be it Resolved by the General Assembly of the State of Iowa, That the following amendment to the constitution of the state of Iowa be, and the same is hereby proposed: To add, as section 26, to article 1, of said constitution, the following:

"SECTION 26 No person shall manufacture for sale, or sell or keep for sale as a beverage any intoxicating liquors whatever, including ale, wine and beer."

The General Assembly shall by law prescribe regulations for the enforcement of the prohibition herein contained, and shall thereby provide suitable penalties for the violation of the provisions hereof.

Resolved, further, That the foregoing proposed amendment be, and the same is hereby referred to the legislature to be chosen at the next general election for members of the next General Assembly, and that the secretary of state cause the same to be published for three months previous to the day of said election, as provided by law.

Senator Carpenter moved to concur in the House amendments.
Senator Carpenter moved the previous question.

Carried.

Senator Kilburn was granted leave of absence.

On the question, "Shall the Senate concur in the House amendment to Senate Joint Resolution No. 5?" the yeas were:

Senators Andrews, Boardman, Carpenter, Chantry, Cheshire, Conaway, Craig, Eaton, Ellis, Finn, Funk, Gorrell, Harmon, Harsh, Henderson, Jamison, Jewett, Lewis, Palmer, Penrose, Perrin, Phelps, Rea, Reynolds, Riggen, Rowen, Turner, Vale, Waterman-29.

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