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The communication was ordered received and placed on file. Senator Knudsen moved that the Senate do not concur in the amendments made to Senate Bill No. 27. Seconded by Senator Hayselden and lost on the following showing of Ayes and Noes:

Ayes: Senators Dowsett, Gandall, Hayselden, Knudsen, Smith and Bishop-6.

Noes: Senators Brown, Chillingworth, Coelho, Hewitt, Kalama, Lane, McCarthy, Makekau, and Woods-9.

A communication (No. 70) from the House of Representatives, notifying the Senate of the passage of Senate Bill No. 4 notwithstanding the veto of the Governor, was read by the Clerk as follows:

THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

Honolulu, T. H., March 15th, 1907.

To the Honorable President and

Members of the Senate of the

Territory of Hawaii.

I have the honor to inform your Honorable Body that Senate Bill No. 4, upon a reconsideration on the veto of the Governor, this day passed in the House of Representatives of the Territory of Hawaii, notwithstanding the Governor's veto.

Respectfully,

JOHN H. WISE,

Clerk, House of Representatives.

The communication was ordered received and placed on file. A communication (No. 71) from the House of Representatives, notifying the Senate of the passage of House Bill No. 30, notwithstanding the veto of the Governor, was read by the Clerk as follows:

THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

Honolulu, T. H., March 15th, 1907.

To the Honorable President and

Members of the Senate of the

Territory of Hawaii.

I have the honor to inform your Honorable Body that House Bill No. 30, upon a reconsideration on the veto of the Gov

ernor, this day passed in the House of Representatives of the Territory of Hawaii, notwithstanding the Governor's veto.

Respectfully,

JOHN H. WISE,

Clerk, House of Representatives.

The communication was ordered received and placed on file. Senator Lane moved to reconsider the action taken on the Message (No. 9) of the Governor, vetoing House Bill No. 30. Seconded by Senator Smith.

Senator Chillingworth raised the point of order that the action taken postponing consideration to a definite time could not be reconsidered.

Senator Lane withdrew his motion and Senator Chillingworth withdrew the point of order raised.

Senator Coelho moved to reconsider the vote taken yesterday postponing action on the Message until tomorrow. Seconded by Senator Hayselden and carried.

Senator Lane moved to reconsider the passage of House Bill No. 30 on the vote of the Governor. Seconded by Senator Hayselden and carried.

The Message (No. 9) of the Governor, vetoing House Bill No. 30, was read by the Clerk.

Senator Coelho moved that the Bill pass notwithstanding the veto of the Governor. Seconded by Senator Lane and carried on the following showing of Ayes and Noes:

Ayes: Senators Brown, Chillingworth, Coelho, Gandall, Hewitt, Kalama, Knudsen, Lane, McCarthy, Makekau, Smith and Woods-12.

Noes: Senators Dowsett, Hayselden and Bishop-3.

At 2:25 o'clock Senator Chillingworth moved to adjourn until 10 o'clock on Monday morning March 18, 1907. Seconded by Senator Knudsen.

Senator Coelho moved to adjourn until 10 o'clock tomorrow. Seconded by Senator Hayselden.

The motion to adjourn until Monday morning, March 18, 1907, at 10 o'clock was then put and carried.

WILLIAM SAVIDGE.

Clerk of the Senate.

Approved by the Senate.

E. F. BISHOP,

President of the Senate.

No Session.

TWENTY-FIRST DAY.

Saturday, March 16th, 1907.

TWENTY-SECOND DAY.

Monday, March 18th, 1907.

The Senate met, pursuant to adjournment, at 10 o'clock. After prayer by the Chaplain, the roll was called showing Senator Brown, (reported sick) absent.

The Journal of the Twentieth Day was read and, upon motion of Senator Lane, seconded by Senator Chillingworth, approved as read.

A communication (No. 13) from W. H. Babbitt, Superintendent of Public Instruction, inviting the Members of the Senate to visit any and all institutions under the supervision of the Department of Public Instruction, was read by the Clerks as follows:

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION,

Honolulu, Hawaii, March 15, 1907.

Honorable E. Faxon Bishop,

President of the Senate of the

Territory of Hawaii.

Sir: The Department of Public Instruction extends a cordial invitation to the members of the Senate to visit any or all of the institutions under the supervision of this Department. Especial attention is called to the Normal School, High School, and the Boys' and Girls' Industrial Schools, as being of territorial rather than of local interest.

Trusting that your Honorable Body will take occasion to visit as many of our institutions as possible, I beg to remain,

Yours respectfully,

W. H. BABBITT,

Superintendent of Public Instruction.

The communication was ordered received and placed on file. At 10:15 o'clock a Mes age (No. 10) from the Governor, submitting additional appointments, was received and read by the Clerk as follows:

A MESSAGE

TO THE SENATE OF THE LEGISLATURE OF THE TER

RITORY OF HAWAII:

I desire to nominate and, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate to appoint the following:

D. P. R. ISENBERG as Commissioner of Agriculture and Forestry for the unexpired term made vacant by the resignation of MR. L. A. THURSTON.

JAMES R. JUDD, M. D., Medical Examiner.

OLAF L. SORENSON, Commissioner of Street and Sidewalk Lines and Grades, Honolulu.

J. H. HOWLAND, Commissioner of Street and Sidewalk Lines and Grades, Honolulu.

GUY H. GERE, Commissioner of Street and Sidewalk Lines and Grades, Honolulu.

G. R. CARTER,

Governor.

Executive Chamber, March 16th, 1907.

Senator Kalama moved that consideration of the Message be deferred until 2 o'clock this afternoon. Seconded by Senator Chillingworth and carried.

A communication (No. 72) from the House of Representatives, transmitting House Concurrent Resolution No. 7, was read by the Clerk as follows:

THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

Honolulu, T. H., March 15, 1907.

To the Honorable President and

Members of the Senate of the

Territory of Hawaii,

I have the honor to transmit herewith House Concurrent Resolution No. 7, which was duly adopted in the House of Representatives of the Territory of Hawaii on the 7th day of March, A. D. 1907.

Respectfully,

JOHN H. WISE,

Clerk, House of Representatives.

CONCURRENT RESOLUTION.

BE IT RESOLVED by the House of Representatives of the Territory of Hawaii, the Senate concurring, that the apportionment of the Federal Appropriation of $30,000.00 shall be as follows:

One-third (1-3) of said sum to be drawn by the Senate and two-thirds of said sum to be drawn by the House for the expenses respectively of both Houses; and that a copy of this Resolution be forwarded by the Clerk of this House to the Secretary of the Territory of Hawaii.

The communication was ordered received and placed on file. Senator Knudsen moved to adopt House Concurrent Resolution No. 7. Seconded by Senator Chillingworth and carried. A communication (No. 73) from the House of Representatives, transmitting House Bill No. 78, was read by the Clerk as follows:

THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,

Honolulu, T. H., March 16th, 1907.

To the Honorable President and

Members of the Senate of the

Territory of Hawaii,

I have the honor to transmit herewith House Bill No. 78, which this day passed Third Reading in the House of Representatives of the Territory of Hawaii.

Respectfully,

JOHN H. WISE,

Clerk, House of Representatives.

The communication was ordered received and placed on file. First Reading of House Bill No. 78 entitled "An Act Legitimating Children in certain cases, amending Section 2288 of the Revised Laws."

Senator Kalama moved that the Bill pass First Reading. Seconded by Senator Coelho and carried.

A communication (No. 74) from the House of Representatives, transmitting House Bill No. 79, was read by the Clerk as follows:

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