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Those voting in the affirmative are: Messrs. Anderson, Ballow, Barkley, Bishop of McHenry, Bocock, Booth, Bradwell, Branson, Bryant, Bushnell, Carpenter, Chambers, Cullerton, Dement, Dewey, Dolton, Easley, Efner, Ferrier, Flanders, Freeman, Gordon, Graham, Granger, Hart, Harvey, Hawes, Hildrup. Hollenback, Inscore, Jaquess, Jones, Lemma, Lomax, Mann McGee, McPherran, Middlecoff, Mitchell, Moore of Marshall, Mulvane, Oberly, Oleson, Orendorff, Peltzer, Pentield, Pinnell, Quinn, Rogers, Sawyer, Scanlan, Scott, Senne, Shaw, Smith, Soule, Stroud, Sylvester, Taggart, Thomas, Truitt, Walker, Warner, Webber, Webster, Weinheimer, Westfall, Wick, Wicker-69.

Those voting in the negative are: Messrs. Alexander of Crawford, Alexander of Montgomery, Armstrong of Grundy, Armstrong of LaSalle, Bishop of Edgar, Blakely, Bullard, Casey, Cassedy, Collins, Condon, Cross, Darnell, Davis, Dolan, Dresser, Dunham, Forth, Freeland, Grant, Gridley, Henry, Herrington, Herting, Hite of Madison, Hite of St. Clair, Hoiles, Hopkins, Jackson, Jessup, Kann, Lane of Hancock, Lane of De Witt, Lewis, Lietze, Loomis, Marsh, Massie, McDonald, McLaughlin, Meacham, Moore of Adams, Moose, Morrison, Moffit, Neville, Nulton, Vakwood, Plowman, Pollock, Race, Ramey, Ray, Rice, Rountree, Savage, Sheridan, Sherman, Shumway, Snow, Starr, Stewart of Winnebago, Stewart of McLean, Streetor, Swan, Thornton, Virden, Washburn, Wayman, Wood, Wymore, Mr. Speaker-72.

So the resolution was not agreed to.

Mr. Armstrong of LaSalle moved to reconsider the vote on the resolution.

Mr. Cross moved to lay the motion to reconsider on the table; which was not agreed to, yeas 39, nays 93—the yeas and nays being demanded by five members.

Those voting in the affirmative are: Messrs. Alexander of Crawford, Bishop of Edgar, Blakely, Casey, Collins, Cross, Darnell, Dolan, Dresser, Easley, Henry, Herting, Hite of St. Clair, Hopkins, Lane of Hancock, Lewis, Lietze, Loomis, McDonald, McLaughlin, Meacham, Morrison, Moffit. Neville, Nulton, Oakwood, Plowman, Race, Rice, Savage, Shumway, Snow, Stewart of Winnebago, Stewart of McLean, Thornton, Virden, Washburn, Wood, Wymore—39.

Those voting in the negative are: Messrs. Alexander of Montgomery, Anderson, Armstrong of Grundy, Armstrong of LaSalle, Barkley, Bocock, Booth, Bradwell, Branson, Bryant, Bullard, Bushpell, Carpenter, Chambers, Con. don, Connolly, Cronkrite, Cullerton, Davis, Dement, Dewey, Dolton, Dunham, Etner, Ferrier, Flanders, Forth, 'Freeland, Freeman, Gordon, Graham, Grauger, Gridley, Hart, Harvey, Hawes, Hay, Hite of Madison, Hildrup, Hollenback, Inscore, Jaquess, Jackson, Jessup, Jones, Lane of DeWitt, Leinma. Lomax, Mann, Marsh, Massie, McGee, McPherren, Middlecoff, Mitchell, Moore of Marshall, Moore of Adams, Mulvane. Oberly. Oleson. Orendorff. Peltzer, Pentield. Pinnell, Pollock, Quinn, Ramey, Ray, Rogers, Scanlan, Scott, Senne, Shaw, Sheridan, Smith, Soule, Starr, Streetor, Stroud, Swan, Sylvester, Taggart, Thomas, Truitt, Walker, Warner, Webber, Webster, Weinheimer, Westfall. Wick, Wicker, Mr. Speaker-93.

So the motion to lay on the table was not agreed to.
The question recurring upon the motion to reconsider, it was agreed to.

The question then being upon concurring with the Senate in the adoption of the joint resolution, it was agreed to, yeas 83, nays 52—the yeas and nays being demanded by five members.

Those voting in the affirmative are: Messrs. Anderson, Armstrong of Grundy, Armstrong of LaSalle, Blakely, Bishop of McHenry, Bocock, Booth, Bradwell, Branson, Bryant, Bushnell, Carpenter, Chambers, Condon, Cullerton, Davis, Dement, Dewey, Dolton, Dresser, Easley, Elner, Ferrier, Flanders, Freeman, Golden, Gordon, Grahain, Granger, Gridley, Hart, Harvey, Hawes, Hay, Herting, Hildrup, Hollenback, Inscore, Jaquess, Jackson, Jones, Lane of De Witt, Lemma, Lomax, Mann, Massie, McGee, McLanghlin, Middlecoff, Mitchell, Moore of Marshall, Mulvane, Oberly, Oleson, Orendorff, Peltzer, Pentield, Pinnell, Pollock, Quinn, Ray, Rogers, Sawyer, Scanlan, Scott, Senne, Shaw, Smith, Soule, Starr, Stroud, Sylvester, Tag. gart, Thomas, Truitt, Warner, Wayman, Webster, Weinheimer, Westfall, Wick, Wicker, Mr. Speaker-83.

Those voting in the negative are: Messrs. Alexander of Crawford, Alexander of Montgomery, Bishop of Edgar, Blakely, Casey, Collins, Cropkrite, Cross, Darnell, Dolan, Dunham, Freeland, Henry. Herrington, Hite of Madison, Hite of St. Clair, Hoiles, Hopkins, Jessup, Kann, Lane of Hancock, Lewis, Lietze, Loomis, Marsh, McAdams, McDonald, McPherran, Meacham, Moose, Morrison, Moffitt, Neville, Nulton, Oakwood, Plowman, Rainey, Rice, Rountree. Savage, Sheridan, Sherman,' Shumway, Snow, Streetor, Swan, Thornton, Virden, Walker, Washburn, Wood, Wymoro—52. So the resolution was concurred in.

On motion of Mr. Mann, it was Resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate concurring thereinThat the Auditor) of Public Accounts is hereby instructed to forward a copy of the late revenue law concerning the extension of time for the collection of taxes for 1872, to the county clerks of the State, whose duty it shall be to immediately notify all collectors of their respective counties of the extension of time and provisions contained therein.

Mr. Hildrup, for Mr. Johnston, withdrew the motion to reconsider the action of the House with reference to the resolution instructing the Secretary of State to purchase certain copies of Gross' Statutes for the use of committees.

On motion of Mr. Jones,
The vote on said resolution was reconsidered.

On motion of Mr. Jones, The clause "the Senate concurring herein," was stricken out of the resolution.

The question being on the adoption of the resolution, as amended, it was agreed to.

Introduction of bills being in order,

Mr. Armstrong of La Salle introduced House bill, No. 122, for "An act to repeal so much of an act entitled an act to establish recorders' courts in the cities of La Salle and Peru,' approved February 19, A. D. 1859, as provides for the establishment of such courts in the city of Peru, and the act amendatory thereof, approved February 18, A. D. 1861, so far as it applies to the recorder's court of the city of Peru, and for the disposal of cases pending in said court, and of the books, records and reports thereto belonging."

Which was referred to the committee on judiciary.

Mr. Armstrong of LaSalle introduced House bill, No. 123, for "An act to amend section 185 of an act entitled an act for the assessment of property, and for the levy and collection of taxes,' in force July 1, 1872."

Which was referred to the committee on revenue.

Mr. Barkley introduced House bill, No. 124, for “An act to extend and regulate the terms of office of supervisors in counties adopting township organization."

Which was referred to the committee on counties and township organization.

Mr. Henry introduced House bill, No. 125, for "An act to amend an act entitled “an act in relation to descent of property."

Which was referred to the committee on judiciary.

Mr. Casey introduced House bill, No. 126, for "An act to enable railroad companies in this State to make contracts to operate, lease or purchase connecting roads in other States, and to borrow money thereon."

Which was referred to the committee on railroads.

Mr. Condon introduced House bill, No. 127, for “An act to repeal 'an act for the appointment of official reporters, and for the preservation of evidence in certain cases in Cook county,' approved March 6, 1867, and an act amendatory thereto, approved March 11, 1869."

Which was referred to the comiuittee on judiciary.

Mr. Dolan introduced House bill, No. 128, for "An act to repeal the board of equalization."

Which was referred to the committee on revenue.

Mr. Efner introduced House bill, No. 129, for "An act to incorporate savings banks."

Which was referred to the committee on banks and banking.

Mr. Graham introduced House bill, No. 130, for “An act to amend an act entitled an act for the assessment of property, and for the levy and collection of taxes,' approved March 30, 1872."

Which was referred to the committee on revenue.

Mr. Hoiles introduced House bill, No. 131, for “An act to amend an act entitled 'an act to provide for the incorporation of cities and villages,'

so that cities with a population not to exceed 5,000 inhabitants, may elect aldermen on a general ticket."

Which was referred to the committee on judiciary.

Mr. Oleson introduced House bill, No. 132, for "An act to enable persons accused of crime to testify in their own behalf, and to amend an act entitled an act relating to the competency of witnesses in civil cases."

Which was referred to the committee on judiciary.

Mr. Starr introduced House bill, No. 133, for "An act to amend the revenue laws in cities containing ten thousand inhabitants."

Which was referred to the committee on municipal affairs.

Mr. Starr introduced House bill, No. 134, for "An act to amend sections 25, 29 and 42 of an act approved April 1, 1872, entitled an act to establish and maintain a system of public schools changing the time of the election of township school officers.

Which was referred to the committee on education.

Mr. Truitt introduced House bill, No. 135, for “An act to regulate the rate of interest, and to repeal certain laws.”

Which was referred to the committee on judiciary.

Mr. Warner introduced House bill, No. 136, for “An act requiring owners of hedges to keep them trimmed, and the brush disposed of so as not to iujure or encumber public highways or adjoining lands." Which was referred to the committee on agriculture and horticulture.

On motion of Mr. Jones, it was Resolved, That the Secretary of State be authorized and required to furnish, upon the order of the doorkeeper, such furniture and materials for repairs of this House, as may be needed.

Mr. Jones submitted the following: WHEREAS, a bill providing for an additional district of the United States court, in this State, is now pending in Congress; and whereas, the passage of the bill is imperatively needed to meet the increasing litigation in the State ; therefore, be it

Resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate concurring herein, l'hat our Senators and Representatives in Congress are again requested to use their best efforts in securing the passage of the bill. Which was referred to the committee on judicial department.

On motion of Mr. Ray, it was Resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate concurring herein, That the joint committees on finance of the House and Senate be and they are hereby ins

tain and report, at their convenience1. The amount of money in the State treasury. . The amount of appropriations heretofore made and yet unexpended. 3. The amount of State revenue required for the next two years for all purposes, and from what sources to be derived.

4. The amount of the outstanding indebtedness of the State and the times when the same matures. 5. The condition as to security of the vaults and safes in the office of the State Treasurer.

he State.

On motion of Mr. Jones, it was Resolved. That the following named persons : Charles Lightfoot and William Duffield, who served as janitors pro tem. of this House, be allowed pay for such time as they were actually engaged in such service.

The Speaker laid before the House the following report of S. D. Puterbaugh, judge of the sixteenth judicial circuit; which was referred to the committee on judicial department:

PEORIA, ILL., Jan. 17, 1871.

GENTLEMEN: As required by the 31st section of article 6, of the Constitution, I have the honor to report the number of days I have held court in the several counties composing the sixteenth judicial circuit, for the past two years, as follows:

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Respectfully submitted.

S. D. PUTERBAUGH,

Judge Sixteenth Judicial Circuit. A message from the Senate, by Mr. Kendall. Mr. Speaker: I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate has concurred with them in the adoption of the House amendments to Senate resolution, calling on clerks of courts for information.

A message from the Senate, by Mr. Kendall :

Mr. Speaker : I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate has concurred with them in the adoption of the following resolution, to-wit:

Resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate concurring therein, That the Auditor of Public Accounts is hereby instructed to forward a copy of the last revenue law, concerning the extension of time for the collection of taxes for 1872, to the county clerks of the State, whose duty it shall be to notify all collectors of their respective counties of the extension of time and provisions contained therein.

A message from the Senate, by Mr. Paddock: Mr. President: I am directed to inform the House of Representatives that the Senate has concurred with them in the adoption of the following resolution, to-wit:

WHEREAS, the number of immigrants daily landing on our shores has been and is growing more and more; and whereas, the wealth and prosperity of our country is thereby being enriched and developed:

Resolved. That the House of Representatives, the Senate concurring, do reconimend to our members of Congress the necessity of their creating and supporting some general law, which will tend to better protect and encourage immigration, and which shall particularly look to the protection of immigrants while on their passage across the Atlantic and over the railroads, on their way to the western and southern part of this Republic.

On motion of Mr. Granger,
At 4:40 P. M., the House adjourned.

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 29, 1873.

The House met, pursuant to adjournment.
Prayer by Rev. Mr. Brent.
The journal of Wednesday, January 22, was read.
A message from the Governor, by Mr. Pinkham, Private Secretary.

STATE OF ILLINOIS, EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT,

SPRINGFIELD, January 29, 1873. To the Honorable the General Assembly :

I have the honor to advise the Senate and House of Representatives that on the 23d inst., the Hon. Richard J. Oglesby resigned the office of Governor, and the powers, duties and emoluments of the office, by virtue of the constitution, devolving upon me, I did, on that day, take and subscribe the oath of office of Governor of the State of Illinois, and enter upon the duties of said office.

JOHN L. BEVERIDGE,

Governor.

so that cities with a population not to exceed 5,000 inhabitants, may elect aldermen on a general ticket.”

Which was referred to the committee on judiciary.

Mr. Oleson introduced House bill, No. 132, for "An act to enable persons accused of crime to testify in their own behalf, and to amend an act entitled an act relating to the competency of witnesses in civil cases.'"

Which was referred to the committee on judiciary.

Mr. Starr introduced House bill, No. 133, for "An act to amend the revenue laws in cities containing ten thousand inhabitants."

Which was referred to the committee on municipal affairs.

Mr. Starr introduced House bill, No. 134, for “An act to amend sections 25, 29 and 42 of an act approved April 1, 1872, entitled 'an act to establish and maintain a system of public schools changing the time of the election of township school officers.?"

Which was referred to the committee on education.

Mr. Truitt introduced House bill, No. 135, for "An act to regulate the rate of interest, and to repeal certain laws."

Which was referred to the committee on judiciary.

Mr. Warner introduced House bill, No. 136, for “An act requiring owners of hedges to keep them trimmed, and the brush disposed of so as not to ivjure or encumber public highways or adjoining lands.” Which was referred to the committee on agriculture and horticulture.

On motion of Mr. Jones, it was Resolved, that the Secretary of State be authorized and required to furnish, upon the order of t. doorkeeper, such furniture and materials for repairs of this House, as may be needed.

Mr. Jones submitted the following:
WAEREAS, a bill providing for an additional district of the United States court, in this State, in

ngress; and whereas, the passage of the bill is imperatively needed to meet the in ing litigation in the State ; therefore, be it

Resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate concurring herein, That our Senators and sentatives in Congress are again requested to use their best efforts in securing the passage of ' Which was referred to the committee on judicial department,

On motion of Mr. Ray, it was Resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate concurring herein, That the joint comma finance of the House and Senate be and they are hereby instructed to ascertain and repur! convenience

1. The amount of money in the State treasury.
%. The amount of appropriations heretofore made and yet unexpended.
3. The amount of State revenue required for the next two years for all purposes, and im
sources to be derived.

4. The amount of the outstanding indebtedness of the State and the times when the enthin
5. The condition as to security of the vaults and safes in the office of the State Treasure
6. Any other information deemed of value to the General Assembly in relation to all
he State.

On motion of Mr. Jones, it was
Resolved, That the following named persons : Charles Lightfoot and William Date
as janitors pro tem. of this House, be allowed pay for such time as they were actually en
service.

The Speaker laid before the House the following to terbaugh, judge of the sixteenth judicial circuit; whi the committee on judicial department:

PEO To the Honorable the Senate and House of

GENTLEMEN: As required hy the 31 stitution, I have the hon

zort court in the several co' the past two years, as

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