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The Twenty-eighth Biennial Report of the Illinois Institution for the Education of the Deaf and Dumb.

The Sixteenth Biennial Report of the Illinois Asylum for Feeble-Minded Children.

The Fourteenth Biennial Report of the Illinois Northern Hospital for the Insane.

The Third Biennial Report of the Illinois Asylum for Insane Criminals. The Fourteenth Biennial Report of the Illinois Soldiers' Orphans' Home. The Sixth Biennial Report of the Illinois Soldiers and Sailors' Home.

The Biennial Report of the Illinois State Home for Juvenile Female Offenders. The Third Annual Report of the Factory Inspectors of Illinois.

John R. TANNER,

Governor. The House again proceeding upon the order of introduction of bills, the roll was called for that purpose,

Whereupon, Mr. Revell introduced a bill, House Bill No. 73, a bill for “An act to repeal an act entitled 'An act in relation to libel, approved June 24, 1895, in force July 1, 1895, and moved that the bill be read a first time without reference to a committee.

Leave being granted the bill was taken up and read at large a first time.

And on motion of Mr. Revell it was made a special order immediately after reading the journal Wednesday morning.

Mr. Salmans introduced a bill, House Bill No. 74, a bill for “An act to amend section one (1) of an act entitled 'An act in regard to evidence and depositions in civil cases,' ” approved March 29, 1872, in force July 1, 1872, and to repeal sections two (2), four (4), five (5) and seven (7) of said act.

The bill was taken up, read by title, ordered printed and referred to the Committee on Judicial Department and Practice when appointed.

Mr. Sharrock introduced a bill, House Bill No. 75, a bill for "An act to encourage the organization of County Farmers' Institutes to establish a Farmers' Institute Bureau at the University of Illinois, and to appropriate money therefor.

The bill was taken up, read by title, ordered printed and referred to the Committee on Appropriations when appointed.

Mr. Sharrock introduced a bill, House Bill No. 76, a bill for “An act in regard to practice in the Supreme Court."

The bill was taken up, read by title, ordered printed and referred to the Committee on Judicial Department and Practice when appointed.

Mr. Sharrock introduced a bill, House Bill No. 77, a bill for "An act to provide that bicycles shall be carried as baggage by common carriers.

The bill was taken up, read by title, ordered printed and referred to the Committee on Roads and Bridges when appointed.

Mr. Thiemann introduced a bill, House Bill No. 78, a bill for "An act amending section two of an act entitled 'An act in regard to evidence and depositions in civil cases,' " approved March 29, 1872, in force July 1, 1872.

The bill was taken up, read by title, ordered printed and referred to the Committee on Judicial Department and Practice when appointed.

Mr. Trousdale introduced a bill, House Bill No. 79, a bill for “An act entitled 'An act to prohibit private banking and to provide adequate penalties.'

The bill was taken up, read by title, ordered printed and referred to the Committee on Banks and Banking when appointed.

Mr. White introduced a bill, House Bill No. 80, a bill for “An act to amend section sixty-eight (68) of an act entitled 'An act to provide for drainage for agriculture and sanitary purposes and to repeal certain acts therein named,' approved June 27, 1885, in force July 1, 1885.

The bill was taken up, read by title, ordered printed and referred to the Committee on Farm and Drainage when appointed.

Mr. Wilson introduced a bill, House Bill No. 81, a bill for “An act to amend section eleven (11) of an act entitled 'An act to amend section eleven (11) of an act entitled 'An act providing for the health and safety of persons employed in coal mines,' approved May 28, 1879, in force July 1, 1879, as amended by an act approved June 18, 1883, and an act approved June 30, 1885, to repeal section two (2) of an act entitled 'An act to require inspectors of mines to furnish information to the State Geologist, and to provide for paying of the expenses of the same,' approved June 18, 1891, approved June 15, 1895, in force July 1, 1895.

The bill was taken up, read by title, ordered printed and referred to the Committee on Mines and Mining when appointed.

Mr. Selby introduced a bill, House Bill No. 82, a bill for "An act to regulate the practice of veterinary medicine and surgery in the State of Illinois.”

The bill was taken up, read by title, ordered printed and referred to the Committee on Live Stock and Dairying when appointed.

Mr. R. C. Busse offered the following resolution: WHEREAS, A treaty offensive and defensive has been signed by Grover Cleveland, President of the United States of America, and Richard Olney, Secretary of State of the United States of America, and Sir Julian Pauncefort, the British Ambassador at Washington,

WHEREAS, Said treaty is inimical to the interests of the United States in contravening the Monroe Doctrine, and is repugnant to the wise counsels of Washington against entangling foreign alliances; and

WHEREAS, Said treaty exalts monarchy and subordinates democracy by specifically naming King Oscar, of Sweden and Norway, as umpire in disputes between Great Britain and the United States; and

WHEREAS, The United States should be free from and untrammeled by any monarchial influence or intrigue in all matters pertaining to the American Continent; therefore be it

Resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate concurring herein: That said treaty should not be approved by the Senate of the United States, as being in derogation of this Nation's rights, a barrier to our progress and subversive of our past asperations.

Resolced further: That the Clerk of the House be directed to mail a copy of these resolutions to the Senate Committee on Foreign Affairs of the United States, and to each member of the United States Senate from the State of Illinois, also to forward a copy to Senator elect William E. Mason.

Having been read at large, Mr. Busse moved that the consideration of said resolution be made a special order for 10:30 o'clock a. m. Thursday.

The motion prevailed.

Thereupon Mr. Trousdale moved to reconsider the vote by which the special order was made.

The question being on the motion to reconsider, it was decided in the negative, and the said resolution was made a special order for 10:30 o'clock aforesaid.

Mr. McLauchlan offered the following resolution: Resolred by the House of Representatives, the Senate concurring therein: That there be submitted to the people of the State of Illinois for their ratification or rejection at the next general election for members of the next General Assembly the following amendment to the Constitution:

Resolred: The General Assembly shall have power and it shall be its duty to enact and provide for the enforcement of all laws that it shall deem necessary to regulate and control contracts, conditions and relations existing or arising from time to time between corporations and their employés.

Which was referred to the Committee on Judiciary when appointed.

Mr. Hall, of Cook, presented a resolution, there being objections to the consideration of same, he moved to suspend the rules for the purpose of offering said resolution.

The question being "Shall the rules be suspended for said purpose?" it was decided in the negative.

At the hour of 10:50 o'clock a. m. Mr. Rowe moved that the House do now adjourn.

The motion prevailed and the House stood adjourned.

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1897-10 O'CLOCK A. M.

The House met pursuant to adjournment,
Temporary Chairman, Charles A. Allen, in the chair.
Prayer by the Chaplain.

The journal of yesterday was being read, when, on motion of Mr. Anderson the further reading of the same was dispensed with, and it was ordered to stand approved.

The special order heretofore entered for this hour being the consideration of House Bill No. 73, in the order of second reading was

taken up.

Thereupon, House Bill No. 73, a bill for "An act to repeal an act entitled 'An act in relation to libel,'” approved June 21, 1895, in force July 2, 1895.

Having been printed was taken up and read at large a second time.

And the question being "Shall the bill be engrossed for a third reading?"

Mr. McGuire offered the following amendment:
Amended by striking out the enacting clause.
Mr. Revell moved to lay the amendment on the table.

The motion prevailed and the amendment was ordered to lie on the table.

Thereupon, Mr. Revell moved to make the consideration of said bill a special order for to-morrow immediately after the reading of the journal.

Pending discussion Mr. Trousdale moved to commit the bill to the Committe on Education.

Mr. Miller, of Cook, raised the point of order that the motion to commit was not in order, there being a motion pending.

The acting Speaker, Mr. Allen, ruled that the point of order made by Mr. Miller was not well taken, a motion to commit was always in order.

Mr. Anderson thereupon moved as a substitute for the motion of Mr. Trousdale that the bill be referred to the Committee on Judiciary. Thereupon, Mr. Trousdale withdrew his motion.

The question now being, "Shall the bill be referred to the Committee on Judiciary?"

It was decided in the negative.

The question now recurring on the motion of Mr. Revell to make said House Bill No. 73 a special order for to-morrow morning.

The yeas and nays being demanded by five members the roll was called resulting as follows: Yeas, 47; nays, 84.

Those voting in the affirmative are: Messrs. Bartling, Cavanaugh, Laub,

Olsen,

Sherman,
Blood,
Eldredge, McDonough, O'Shea,

Thomas,
Bovey,
Flannigan, McGinnis,

Parish,

Trowbridge,
Brignadello, Galligar,

Miller,
Perrottet,

Walleck,
Brown,
Glade.
Morey,

Quanstrom, Wathier,
Bryant,
Hammers, Nichols,

Revell.

Webb,
Buckner,
Houghton, Nohe,

Salmans,

Wiedmaier,
Busse, Fred A.. Kain,
Nothnagle, Sayler,

Wilson,
Busse, Robt. C., LaMonte, Vorak,

Schubert,

Yeas–47.
Carmody, Large,

O'Donnell,
Those voting in the negative are: Messrs.
Anderson,
c'ompton,
Hart,

McLauchlan, Schwab,
Andrus,
Conlee,
Horn,
Marquiss,

Scrogin
Allen, R. H., Craig,

Huffman,
Merriam,

Selby,
Allen, C. A.. Daugherty, Hussman,

Merrill,

Shanahan, Alschuler, Dewoody, Jarvis,

Metcalf,

Shepard,
Avery,
Dineen,

Johnson, J. W., Montgomery, Staudacher,
Bailey,
Ely.
Johnson, C.C., Morris,

Steen,
Barnett,
English,
Joy,

Murray, H. V., Stewart.
Barricklow, Farrell,

Kincheloe,

Murray, Geo., Stoskopf.
Beer,
Fuller,
King.
Weedles,

Sullivan,
Berryman, Funk,

K hlstedt,
Voling,

Suttle,
Boyd.
Gaines,
Lathrop.
Organ,

Thiemann.
Branen,
Garver,
Lovett,
Payne,

Torrence,
Bristol,
Guflin,
Lyon,

Powell, Jas., Trousdale,
Bryan,
Hall, Ross C.,
McGee,
Price,

White,
Busell
Hall, Frank L., McGoorty,

Rhodes,

Williams,
Butler,
Harnsberger, McGuire,

McEniry,

Wylie.

Nays-84. Pending discussion Mr. Anderson renewed his motion to refer said bill to the Committee on Judiciary when appointed.

Mr. Revell made the point of order that the motion to refer was not in order because the bill had been ordered to the third reading.

The Speaker, Mr. Allen, overruled the point of crder, stating that the chair had not yet made the order and that the bill was pending the order of second reading.

The question now being on the motion of Mr. Anderson to refer, pending which Mr. Walleck moved to lay the motion on the table.

The motion prevailed and the motion to refer was ordered to lie upon the table.

Thereupon, Mr. Selby moved to make the consideration of said House Bill No. 73 a special order for next Tuesday, February 2, immediately after the reading of the journal.

Pending discussion Mr. Stoskopf offered the following as an amendment to the motion of Mr. Selby "pending the bill stand in the order of second reading and its consideration be had in that order.”

The question being, "Shall the amendment be adopted?"
It was decided in the affirmative.

The question now recurring on the motion of Mr. Selby as amended. It was decided in the affirmative.

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