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Senate bill, No. 336, for "An act making an appropriation for the completion of the center building of the Southern Insane Asylum."

Senate bill, No. 319, for "An act making an appropriation for the ordinary expenses of the State Reform School."

Mr. Moore of Marshall, from the joint committee on enrolled bills, reports having laid before the Governor, on the 3d day of May, 1873, enrolled bills of the following titles, to-wit:

Senate bill, No. 80, for "An act for the erection of a chapel, dining room and school buildings for the Illinois Institution for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb."

Senate bill, No. 411, for "An act to define the terms county court' and "court,' as nsed in an act entitled an act to provide for the removal of county seats,' approved March 15, A. D. 1872, and in force July 1, A. D. 1872."

Senate bill, No. 7, for "An act in regard to the State Reform School for Juvenile Offenders."

Senate bill, No. 423, for “An act making an appropriation for repairing and refurnishing the executive mansion and grounds, and for fitting the same for use and occupation."

Senate bill, No. 392, for "An act making an appropriation for the pay. ment of the officers and members of the next General Assembly, and for the salaries of the officers of the State government."

Senate bill, No. 391, for "An act to provide for the ordinary and contingent expenses of the State government until the expiration of the first fiscal quarter after the adjournment of the next regular session of the General Assembly."

Senate bill, No. 159, for "An act to provide for the erection of buildings necessary for the education of the blind of the State of Illinois."

Senate bill, No. 336, for "An act making an appropriation for the completion of the center building of the Southern Insane Asylum."

Senate bill, No. 319, for “An act making an appropriation for the ordinary expenses of the State Reform School.”

A message from the Governor, by Philo J. Beveridge, Private Secretary:

Mr. Speaker: I am directed by the Governor to inform the House of Representatives that he has approved and signed bills of the following titles, viz:

Senate bill, No. 7, for "An act in regard to the State Reform School for Juvenile Offenders."

Senate bill, No. 319, for "An act making an appropriation for the ordinary expenses of the State Reform School.”

Senate bill, No. 392, for "An act making an appropriation for the payment of the officers and members of the next General Assembly, and for the salaries of the officers of the State government."

Senate bill, No. 80, for “An act for the erection of a chapel, dining room and school buildings for the Illinois Institution for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb."

Senate bill, No. 159, for "An act to provide for the erection of buildings necessary for the education of the blind of the State of Illinois."

Senate bill, No. 336, for "An act making an appropriation for the completion of the centre building of the Southern Insane Asylum."

A message from the Governor, by Philo J. Beveridge, Private Secretary :

Mr. Speaker: I am directed by the Governor to inform the House of Representatives that he has approved and signed a bill of the following title, viz :

House bill, No. 348, for "An act in relation to surplus funds raised in towns and villages for town, road and bridge purposes."

House bill, No. 567, for “An act to provide the necessary revenue for State purposes."

House bill, No. 505, for "An act to amend sections sixty-six (66), one hundred and twenty-two (122), one hundred and thirty-seven (137), one hundred and fifty-five (155), one hundred and sixty-four (164), one hundred and sixty-nine (169), one hundred and seventy-seven (177), one hundred and seventy-eight (178), one hundred and eighty-two (182), one hundred and eight-five (185), one hundred and ninety-one (191), one hundred and ninety-two (192), one hundred and ninety-three (193), two hundred and twelve (212), two hundred and twenty (220), two hundred and twenty-one (221,) two hundred and thirty-nine (239), two hundred and forty-one (241), two hundred and forty-seven (247) and two hundred and seventy-seven (277) of an act for the assessment of property, and the levy and collection of taxes,' approved March 30, 1872."

House bill, No. 220, for “An act to revise and consolidate the several acts relating to the protection of game, and for the protection of deer, wild fowl and birds, and to repeal certain laws."

House bill, No. 80, for “An act authorizing circuit judges to hold branch or branches of courts in other than their judicial districts."

House bill, No. 316, for “An act to amend section forty-four (44) of an act entitled (an act to tix the salaries of State officers, of the judges of the circuit courts and superior court of Cook county, of the State's attorneys, of the judges and prosecuting attorneys of inferior courts in cities and towns, of the county officers of Cook county; to regulate the fees of the Secretary of State and of the clerks of the supreme court; to classify the counties according to population, and fix the scale of fees for county officers in each class; to establish the fees of masters in chancery, notaries public, commissioners, arbitrators, jurors, witnesses, justices of the peace, constables and all town officers, to provide the mode of rendering their accounts, and to fix a penalty for exacting illegal fees,' approved March 29, A.D. 1872."

On motion of Mr. Oberly,
At 9:40 A, M., the House adjourned.

TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1873.

The House met at the regular hour.
The journal of yesterday was being read, when,

On motion of Mr. Middlecoff, The further reading of the same was dispensed with. Mr. Moore of Marshall, from the committee on engrossed and enrolled bills, begs leave to report that a bill of the following title has been correctly enrolled, and on the 2d day of May, 1873, laid before the Gov. ernor for his approval, viz:

House bill, No. 304, for “An act concerning jurors."

On motion of Mr. Darnell, The roll of the House was called, when the following members an. swered to their names :

Messrs. Bishop of McHenry, Darnell, Dresser, Golden, Hay, McDonald, Middlecoff, Morrison, Neville, Orendorff, Tillson, Mr. Speaker-12.

Mr. Orendorff, at 9.50 A. M., moved that the House adjourn ; which motion was agreed to.

And the Speaker declared the House adjourned until 12 o'clock M., January 6, 1874.

INDEX TO HOUSE JOURNAL.

PAGE.
Absence, leave of-
Mr. Alexander of Crawford.......

....274
Mr. Alexander of Montgomery ...........

..............214, 390
Mr. Anderson .....

.215, 264
Mr. Armstrong of Grundy............

.........463
Mr. Ballow .....

.....................................235, 257, 438
Mr. Barclay ......................

......127, 151, 241, 386, 575
Mr. Bishop of McHenry.............

........................186
Mr. Branson .....

..................... ...............................438
Mr. Bryant....

............341, 517
Mr. Bullard....

...................338, 381
Mr. Bushnell ....

....119
Mr. Chambers ...

.... 264
Mr. Condon ............

....192
Mr. Cronkrite ..

...............352, 473
Mr. Cross.....

............................................................148. 192
Mr. Darnell....

...............480
Mr. Davis ....

...................... 76
Mr. Dolan ..............................................................................188, 192, 386
Mr. Dunham...

...............................460
Mr. Efner......

...............................151
Mr. Forth .....

..................................72, 210.542
Mr. Freeman ..

..............264, 509
Mr. Granger...

......................................471, 609
Mr. Grant ....

................418
Mr. Grey .....

....119
Mr. Gri

..............185, 504
Mr. Halpin ..........................

....351
Mr. Harvey............

....443
Mr. Hawes ....

......... 148, 386
Mr. Henry......

.....386
Mr. Hite of Madison.............

.............119, 210, 386
Mr. Hite of St. Clair....

..............72, 119, 392
Mr. Hoiles ...........

................................240
Mr. Hollenback..

....................................................386
Mr. Inscore ......

.................................... .........2.13
Mr. Jackson,..

...264
Mr. Jessup .....

...246
Mr. Johnston ..
Mr. Jones......

...........306, 471
Mr. Lane of Hancock..

.......................658
Mr. Lane of De Witt ............................................................................264
Mr. Loomis....

.............. 72, 386, 460
Mr. Marsh....

................219, 473, 595
Mr. McAdams.

....235

...471

......235

......652

Absence, leave of, to-

PAGE
Mr. McDonald.
Mr. McLaughlin........

...............127, 386
Mr. Meacham.......

.....459, 403
Mr. Mitchell....

.........381
Mr. Morrison .....
Mr. Mulvane ....

215
Mr. Newton ........
Mr. Oberly ...
Mr. Oleson....
Mr. Peltzer .........................................................

..... 497
Mr. Plowman ........

.....158
Mr. Pollock.....

......... 473
Mr. Quinn ................

.........386
Mr. Race .....

......76,
Mr. Ramey ...

-......72,500
Mr. Rankin ........

...........910
Mr. Ray ..
Mr. Rogers

...............................191, 414, 606, 685, 193
Mr. Rountree ............

.........658
Mr. Savage .....

...................... 473
Mr. Sawyer.............

..........................199
Mr. Scanlan
Mr. Scott......

..........40, 219, 332, 504, 517
Mr. Sheridan ...

...........192, 332, 390, 99
Mr. Shumway ....

........219, 22
Mr. Smith .......................................................................... .........76, 235
M r. Snow ................................................................

..219, 575

Mr. Soule ...........

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..372

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Mr. Stewart of McLean.

... 973
Mr. Streetor .....

...76, 151
Mr. Stroud .....

........... 76
Mr. Thomas ........

314
Mr. Thornton...

.....215
Mr. Truitt.....

....................

............
Mr. Walker............ ...........................................
.....................................................

.....469
Mr. Warner ...........
Mr. Washburn...
Mr. Wayman ...
Mr. Webber ....
Mr. Westfield ............

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Mr. Wood .....
Absence, leave of, committees

Penitentiary.............
Public buildings and grounds........
Public charities.............

31
State institutions...............
Action of account, in regard to ........
Abstract offices, establish.....

........3:20
Address, Speaker's......
Address, inaugural ............
Adjournment, recess Jan. 22 to Jan. 29. .................
" recess May 6, 1873, to Jan. 6, 1874 .........

..... 69, 718
Administration of estates-
Amend section 74, act 1872...........

......... 255
Amend section 95. act 1872.....

...... 187,9
Amend section 133, act 1872.....................................................238, 245, 315, 345, 350
Advertisements and notices ..............

----..312, 46
Agricnltural and horticnltural committee................
Agricultural machinery, prevent extortion in...........

..........10
Amend act 1871...........

... 38**

..167, 235, 254

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