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all laws that are ordered to be published in the Record during the session, in pamphlet form, free of expense to the State for said pamphlets.

Mr. Eskridge offered the following resolution, which was adopted ::

Resolved, That the Sergeant-at-Arms furnish the members of the Senate with the necessary stationery, and a copy each of the Compiled Laws of 1863, 1864 and 1865, and the Journals of the Senate and House for 1865.

Op motion, the Senate adjourned to two o'clock P. M.

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SENATE CHAMBER,
TOPEKA, January 9, 1866–2 o'clock P. M.

Senate called to order.

President in the Chair.

Roll called.

No quorum being present, a call of the Senate was ordered, and. the Sergeant-at-Arms was instructed to bring in absentees.

The Sergeant-at-Arms returned with Senators Horne, Houston, ja Manning, Quigg and Spear.

Senator Akin offered Senate concurrent resolution No.2, accept-" ing the proposition of Messrs. Speer & Ross, to furnish to the members and officers of both Houses ten copies each of the Daily Kansas Tribune.

The resolution was laid over under the rule.

On motion of Senator Houston,

The rules were suspended, and Senate concurrent resolutions Nos. 1 and 2 were

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Senator Horne offered the following resolution, which was adopted:

Resolved, That the Rev. Mr. Lee, of Topeka, be requested to act as Chaplain of the Senate, until some definite action shall be aken in regard to the permanent selection of Chaplain.

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By consent, Senator Akin introduced Senate bill No. 1, "An * to amend an act, entitled 'An act relating to records and roceedings in Douglas county,'

Which was read the first time.

The following message was received from the House of Repreentatives:

MR. PRESIDENT-I am instructed by the House of RepresentKives to inform the Senate that the House has organized by the ection of Hon. John T. Burris, of Johnson county, as Speaker ; JOHN T. MORTON, of Shawnee county, as Chief Clerk; and THOMAS ARCHER, of Shawnee county, as Sergeant-at-Arms; ind is now ready to proceed to business.

JOHN T. MORTON,
Chief Clerk House of Representatives.

Poator Eskridge offered Senate concurrent resolution No. 3:

soiced by the Senate, (the House of Representatives concur3. That a joint committee of the Senate and House of Representatives be appointed to prepare joint rules for the government of both branches of the Legislature.

The resolution was laid over, under the rule.

Senator Grover offered the following resolution, which was adopted :

Resolved, That a committee of three be appointed, to act with a like committee on the part of the House, to wait on His Excellency, the Governor, and inform him that the Legislature is now organized, and ready to hear any communication he may have to make.

The President appointed Senators Houston, Legate and Grover as such committee.

The Senate adjourned to ten o'clock to-morrow morning.'

A. R. BANKS.

Secretary of Senate.

FORENOON SESSION.

SENATE CHAMBER,
TOPEKA, January 10, 1866–10 o'clock A. M.

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Senate called to order.

President in the Chair.
Roll called.

Quorum present.

Message from the House of Representatives, by the Chief Clerk :

MR. PRESIDENT-I am instructed by the House of Representatives to notify the Senate that the House has concurred in the Senate resolution in reference to the appointment of a committee to wait

upon His Excellency, the Governor. The committee on the part of the House consists of Messrs. Stotler, Glick, Harvey, Foster and Griswold.

JOHN T. MORTON,
Chief Clerk House of Representatives.

Senator Houston, chairman of special committee, made the following report:

MR. PRESIDENT-Your committee, appointed to wait on the Governor and inform him that the Legislature is organized, would respectfully report, that they have performed the duty assigned them, and that the Governor will report through his private secretary, at 10 o'clock A. M.

HOUSTON,
LEGATE,

GROVER,

Special Committee. Senator Grover offered the following resolution, which was adopted :

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