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Kilburn, Lehfeldt, Lewis, Mattoon, Oleson, Palmer, Penrose, Perrin, Rea, Riggen, Rowen, Turner, Vale, Waterman, Yeomans--36.

The nays were:

None.

Absent or not voting:

Senators Downey, Eaton, Garst, Green, Groneweg, Hipwell, Hurst, Kelly, Perry, Phelps, Reynolds, Terry, Upton-14.

So the bill passed and the title was agreed to.
Senator Kelly offered the following resolution:

Resolved, That the thanks of the Senate are extended to Hon. Geo. L. Finn for the satisfactory and impartial manner in which he has performed the duties of the president pro tem. of the Senate.

Adopted.

Senator Finn, president pro tem., in the chair.

Senator Carpenter moved to take up House file No. 254, a bill for an act to amend section 3735 of the Code of 1873, relating to the manner of taking depositions, for present consideration.

Carried.

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

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

Senators Andrews, Baldwin, Bishop, Boardman, Brower, Carpenter, Chantry, Cheshire, Conaway, Ellis, Everall, Finn, Funk, Garst, Gorrell, Groneweg, Harmon, Harper, Harsh, Henderson, Lehfeldt, Oleson, Palmer, Perrin, Perry, Rea, Reynolds, Riggen, Turner, Vale, Waterman, Yeomans--32.

The nays were:

None.

Absent or not voting:

Senators Craig, Dent, Downey, Eaton, Green, Hipwell, Hurst, Jamison, Jewett, Kelly, Kilburn, Lewis, Mattoon, Penrose, Phelps, Rowen, Terry, Upton-18.

So the bill passed and the title was agreed to.

REPORT OF SIFTING COMMITTEE.

Senator Carpenter, from the Sifting Committee, submitted the following report:

MR. PRESIDENT-Your Sifting Committee, to whom was referred all bills etc., beg leave to report that they have had the same under consideration and have

instructed me to report to the Senate Joint Resolution No. 14, House file No. 283

and House file No. 596.

Ordered passed on file.

C. A. CARPENTER,
Chairman.

INTRODUCTION OF BILLS.

'By Senator Cheshire, Senate file No. 424, a bill for an act to amend sections 289 and 290 of the Code of 1873, as amended by Senate file No. 56, approved February 9, 1894, acts of the Twenty-fifth General Assembly of the State of Iowa, relating to the bonding of county indebtedness.

Read first and second times.

Senator Cheshire 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, Boardman, Carpenter, Chantry, Cheshire, Conaway, Craig, Downey, Ellis, Everall, Finn, Funk, Gorrell, Green, Groneweg, Harmon, Harper, Harsh, Henderson, Jamison, Jewett, Lehfeldt, Lewis, Mattoon, Oleson, Palmer, Penrose, Perrin, Rea, Reynolds, Riggen, Rowen, Terry, Turner, Vale, Waterman, Yeomans-38.

The nays were:

None.

Absent or not voting:

Senators Bishop, Brower, Dent, Eaton, Garst, Hipwell, Hurst Kelly, Kilburn, Perry, Phelps, Upton-12.

So the bill passed and the title was agreed to.

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES.

Senator Funk, from the Committee on Suppression of Intemperance, submitted the following report:

MR. PRESIDENT-Your Committee on Suppression of Intemperance, to whom was referred Senate file No. 395, a bill for an act to permit, regulate and control the sale of spirituous, malt, vinous and fermented liquors by county agents, and provide for the better enforcement of existing laws, beg leave to report that they have had the same under consideration, and have instructed me to report the same back to the Senate without recommendation.

Ordered passed on file.
Also:

A. B. FUNK,
Chairman.

MR. PRESIDENT-Your Committee on Suppression of Intemperance, to whom was referred Senate file No. 108, a bill for an act to provide for the manufacture and sale in the original package of spirituous, malt, fermented and vinous liquors for lawful purposes, beg leave to report that they have had the same under consideration and have instructed me to report the same back to the Senate without recommendation. A. B. FUNK,

Ordered passed on file.

Chairman.

Also:

MR. PRESIDENT-Your Committee on Suppression of Intemperance, to whom was 'referred Senate file No. 154, a bill for an act concerning the inspection of intoxicating liquors, beg leave to report that they have had the same under con sideration and have instructed me to report the same back to the Senate without recommendation.

Ordered passed on file.
Also:

A. B. FUNK,
Chairman.

MR. PRESIDENT-Your Committee on Suppression of Intemperance, to whom was referred Senate file No. 230, a bill for an act to provide for the medical treat ment of inebriates, beg leave to report that they have had the same under consideration and have instructed me to report the same back to the Senate without recommendation.

Ordered passed on file.

A. B. FUNK,

Chairman.

Senator Carpenter moved to take up House file No. 283, a bill for an act to amend chapter 10, title 3, of the Code of 1873, relating to selecting and drawing jurors.

Carried.

Senator Carpenter offered the following amendment:

Amend House file No. 283, by striking out section 1, and renumbering sections; also amend by adding at the close of section 14 the following, "but this repeal shall not take effect before July 1, 1895."

Adopted.

Senator Carpenter moved the bill be read a third time now.
Carried.

The bill was read a third time.

President Dungan in the chair.

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

Senators Andrews, Baldwin, Bishop, Carpenter, Cheshire, Conaway, Craig, Downey, Eaton, Everall, Groneweg, Harmon, Harper, Hipwell, Jamison, Jewett, Mattoon, Oleson, Palmer, Penrose, Perrin, Perry, Rea, Rowen, Vale, Waterman, Yeomans-27.

The nays were:

Senators Finn, Funk, Garst, Gorrell, Henderson, Lewis, Reynolds Riggen, Turner-9.

Absent or not voting:

Senators Boardman, Brower, Chantry, Dent, Ellis, Green, Harsh, Hurst, Kelly, Kilburn, Lehfeldt, Phelps, Terry, Upton-14. So the bill passed and the title was agreed to.

Senator Turner offered the following resolution and moved its adoption:

Resolved, That the Senate postmistress and mailcarrier be retained until April 9, 1894, and to receive the same per diem as they are now receiving.

Adopted.

Senator Carpenter moved that House Joint Resolution No. 14, relative to the appointment of a commission to secure uniform legislation in the United States be taken up for consideration now.

Carried.

Senator Carpenter moved that the joint resolution be read a third time now.

Lost.

On motion of Senator Carpenter, House file No. 596, a bill for an act to legalize official acts of the town council and ordinances of the incorporated town of Correctionville, Woodbury county, Iowa, was taken up and considered.

Senator Carpenter 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 Boardman, Brower, Carpenter, Cheshire, Conaway, Craig, Eaton, Ellis, Everall, Finn, Funk, Garst, Gorrell, Harmon, Harper, Henderson, Hipwell, Jamison, Lewis, Mattoon, Oleson, Palmer, Perrin, Perry, Rea, Reynolds, Rowen, Terry, Turner, Waterman, Yeomans-31.

Nays, none.

Absent or not voting:

Senators Andrews, Baldwin, Bishop, Chantry, Dent, Downey, Green, Groneweg, Harsh, Hurst, Jewett, Kelly, Kilburn, Lehfeldt Penrose, Phelps, Riggen, Upton, Vale-19.

So the bill passed and the title was agreed to.

Senator Waterman moved to reconsider the vote by which House Joint Resolution No. 14 was lost.

Carried.

The question being shall House Joint Resolution No. 14 be read a third time now?

Carried.

House Joint Resolution No. 14 was read a third time.

On the question, "Shall House Joint Resolution No. 14 be adopted?" the yeas were:

Senators Andrews, Baldwin, Boardman, Brower, Carpenter, Chantry, Cheshire, Conaway, Craig, Dent, Downey, Ellis, Everall, Funk Garst, Groneweg, Harmon, Harper, Henderson, Jewett, Kilburn, Perrin, Rowen, Turner, Vale, Yeomans-26.

The nays were:

Senators Bishop, Finn, Green, Kelly, Oleson, Rea, Perry, Yeomans

-9.

Absent or not voting:

Senators Eaton, Harsh, Hipwell, Hurst, Jamison, Lehfeldt, Lewis, Mattoon, Palmer, Penrose, Phelps, Reynolds, Riggen, Upton, Waterman-15.

So the joint resolution was adopted.

Senator Andrews moved to take up House messages.

Carried.

HOUSE MESSAGES.

Senator Andrews moved that a conference committee of four be appointed on the part of the Senate on Senate file No. 405.

Carried.

The President appointed as such committee: Senators Andrews, Mattoon, Palmer and Jamison.

MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE.

The following message was received from the House:

MR. PRESIDENT-I am directed to inform your bonorable body that the House has passed the following bills in which the concurrence of the House was asked: Senate file No. 107, a bill for an act relative to trimming Osage orange hedge fences and repealing all acts or parts of acts in conflict herewith.

Senate file No. 412, a bill for an act to amend sections 4 and 5, chapter 151, acts of the Twentieth General Assembly, relating to the duties of park commissioners, and the keeping and disbursing of park funds in cities and towns.

Also:

I. K. WILSON,

Chief Clerk.

MR. PRESIDENT-I am directed to inform your honorable body that the House has passed the following bill, in which the concurrence of the House was asked: Senate file No. 405, a bill for an act to amend section 2, chapter 70, acts of the Twenty-fourth General Assembly.

I. K. WILSON,
Chief Clerk.

Also:

MR. PRESIDENT—I am directed to inform your honorable body that the House has failed to pass the following bill, in which the concurrence of the House was asked:

Senate file No. 316, a bill for an act relating to certain contracts for the conditional sale, lease or hire of railroad and street railway equipment and rolling stock, and providing for the recording thereof.

I. K. WILSON,
Chief Clerk.

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