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the amount of their bond," having been read three several times was placed on its final passage and passed by the following vote:

Roll call:

Ayes-Black, Brittain, Madden, McBride, McGill, Nichols, Osmond, Rusk, Sullivan, Thomas, Stone, Verbryck, Williams and Mr. Vice President--14.

Noes, 0; absent, Balch, Davis, Griffin, Guernsey and Hawk, 5.

And thereupon Mr. Vice President declared that said S. F. No. 11, having received an affirmative vote of a majority of all the mebers elected to the Senate of the Sixth State Legislature, had duly passed the Senate.

MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE.
The following message was received and read:
Legislature of the State of Wyoming.
House of Representatives.

Cheyenne, Feb. 4, 1901.
Hon. President of the Senate.

Sir: I have the honor to inform your honorable body that the following House Bills and Resolutions were this day read a third time and passed by the following votes:

H. B. No. 67, by Mr. Hicks—"A bill for an act to authorize any incorporated city or town in this state to vacate and close to public use any street, alley or lane passing through any portion of the grounds used or belonging to any public building or institution.

Passed.
Ayes, 26; noes, 4; absent, 6.

H. B. No. 62, by Mr. Fourt-"A bill for an act providing that service in civil actions or other proceedings may be made over telegraph and telephone lines."

Passed.
Ayes, 25; noes, 4; absent, 7.

H. B. No. 30, by Mr. Dinwiddie "A bill for an actre. pealing Section 970. Chapter 16, of the Revised Statutes of 1899, relating to ditch owners and for the protection of fish." .

Passed.
Ayes, 27; noes, 3; absent, 6.

H. B. No. 45, by Mr. Fourt—"A bill for an act in relation to sentences to the Stae Penitentiary and to authorize and regulate the parolling of convicts.

Passed.
Ayes, 23; noes, 7; absent, 6.

H. B. No. 55, by E. H. Fourt—"A bill for an act authorizing telephone and telegraph companies to contsruct their lines on the public roads of the state and upon the streets of citics and towns, and amending and re-enacting Section 3084 of the Revised Stautes of Wyoming, 1899."

Passed.
Ayes, 30; noes, 0; absent, 6.

H. B. No. 53, by W. H. Wyamn—"A bill for an act to amend and re-enact Section 2066 of the Revised Statutes of 1899 of Wyoming. Appraisement-Notice and sale of estrays, disposition of proceeds."

Passed.
Ayes, 28; noes. 1; absent, 7.

H. B. No. 81, by Mr. Badgette—“A bill for an act to cede certain lands of the State of Wyoming to the United States. of America and to cede jurisdiction thereof."

Passed.
Ayes, 30; noes, 0; absent, 6.

H. B. No. 66, by Mr. Fishback—“A bill for an act to amend and re-enact Section 5116 of the Revised Statutes of Wyoming, relating to the time for filing motions for new trial in criminal cases."

Passed.
Ayes, 30; noes, 0; absent, 6.

H. J. R. No. 7, by Mr. Fourt—"Proposing an amendment to the constitution of Wyoming."

Passed.
Ayes, 30; noes, 0; absent, 6.

H.J. M. No. 2, by Mr. Platt-“Memorializing the President of the United States for the establishment of certain forest reserves."

Passed.
Ayes, 29; noes, 1; absent, 6.

Said bills and resolutions are herewith enclosed and transmitted for your consideration and action.

Very respectfully,
GEO. W. PERRY,

Chief Clerk.
CONSIDERATION OF BILLS ON GENERAL FILE.

On motion of Mr. Stone the Senate resolved itself into a Committee of the Whole for the consideration of bills on the general file.

Mr. Brittain being called to the chair.

On rising the Committee of the Whole presented the following report: Sixth Legislature of the State of Wyoming.

Senate Chamber.

Cheyenne, Feb. 4, 1901. Mr. President: .

Your Committee of the Whole having had under consid

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eration bills on the general file, beg leave to report as follows:

Having had under consideration Substitute of S. F. No. 25—"A bill for an act to amend and re-enact Section 2162, and Section 2163 of the Revised Statutes of 1899, providing for licenses for the sale of spiritous, malt and fermented liquors and wines, and for other purposes, and also original S. F. No. 25, beg leave to report back the original bill, viz: S. F. No. 25, by Mr. Williams—“A bill for an act to amend and re-enact Sections 2162 and 2163 of the Revised Statutes of 1899, providing for licenses for the sale of spiritous, malt and fermented liquor's and wines, and for other purposes," and that S. F. No. 25, by Mr. Williams, do pass.

WESLEY BRITTAIX,

Chairman.
On motion of Mr Stone the report of the Committee of the
Whole was accepted.

PRIVILEGED REPORT.
The following report was received and read:
Sixth Legislature of the State of Wyoming.

Senate Chamber.

Cheyenne, Feb. 4, 1901. Mr. President:

Your Committee No. 21, Public Printing, to whom was referred Senate Files 35, 36 and 37, beg leave to report the same back to the Senate correctly printed.

Very respectfully,

JOHN MCGILL,

Acting Chairman.

HOUSE BILLS ON FIRST READING. The following House bills were read first time and referred to committees as indicated:

H. B. No. 67, by Mr. Hicks—“A bill for an act to author. ize any incorporated city or town in this state to vacate and close to public use any street, alley or lane passing through any portion of the grounds used for or belonging to any public building or institution."

Read first time and referred to Committee No. 10 on Corporations and Municipal Laws.

H. B. No. 62, by Mr. Fourt—"A bill for an act providing that service in civil actions or other proceedings may be made over telegraph and telephone lines.'

Read first time and referred to Committee No. 1 on Judiciarry.

H. B. No. 30, by Mr. Dinwiddie_"A bill for an act repealing Section 970, Chapter 16, of the Revised Statutes, 1899, relating to ditch owners and for the protection of fish."

Read first time and referred to Committee No. 17, on Game and Fisheries.

H. B. No. 45, by Mr. Fourt—"A bill for an act in relation to sentences to the State Penitentiary and to authorize and regulate the pa rolling of convicts."

Read first time and referred to Committee No. 1, on Judiciary.

H. B. No. 55, by Mr. Fourt—"A bill for an act authorizing telephone and telegraph companies to construct their lines on public roads of the state and upon the strees of cities and towns and amending and re-enacting Section 3084 of the Revised Statutes of Wyoming, 1899.”

Read first time and referred to Committee No. 14 on Internal Improvements and Public Highways.

H. B. No. 53, by Mr. Wyman—“A bill for an act to amend and re-enact Section 2066 of the Revised Statutes of Wyoming of 1899. Appraisement-Notice of sale of estrays, disposition of proceeds."

Read first time and referred to Committee No. 7 on Stock Raising and Stock Laws.

H. B. No. 81, by Mr. Badgette_"A bill for an act to cede certain lands of Wyoming to the United States of America and to cede jurisdiction thereof."

Read first time and referred to Committee No. 16 on Federal Relations, Indian and Military Affairs

H. B. No. 66, by Mr Fishback-"A bill for an act to amend and re-enact Section 5416 of the Revised Stautes of Wyoming, relating to the time for filing motions for new trial in criminal

cases."

Read first time and referred to Committee No. 1 on Judiciary.

H. J. R. No. 7, by Mr. Fourt-A Resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of Wyoming.

Read first time and referred to Committee No. 1 on Judiciary.

H. J. M. No. 2, by Mr. Platt-"Memorializing the President of the United States for the establishment of certain forest reserves."

Read first time and referred to Committee No. 16 on Federal Relations, Indian and Military Affairs.

On motion of Mr. Verbryck, the Senate at 3:30 o'clock p. m. stood in recess subject to the call of the chair.

The Senate was again called to order at 4:10 p. m.

On motion of Mr. McBride the Senate then stood adjourned until 10 o'clock a. m. tomorrow.

GEO. W. PERRY,

Chief Clerk.

TWENTY-FIRST DAY.

Senate Chamber.

Cheyenne, Feb. 5, 1901. The Senate was called to order at 10 o'colck a. m. pur. suant to adjournment of yesterday.

Mr. President in the chair.
Roll call:

Present-Black, Brittain, Davis, Griffin, Hawk, Iredale, Madden, McBride, McGill Nichols, Osmond, Rusk, Sullivan, Thomas, Verbryck, Williams and Mr. President-17.

Absent and excused, Balch and Guernsey, 2.

Mr. President announced that Mr Guernsey would be excused for the day.

Prayer by the Rev. S. C. Davis, Chaplain of the House of Representatives.

MESSAGES FROM THE HOUSE.
The following messages were received and read:

Legislature of the State of Wyoming.
House of Representatives.

Cheyenne, Feb. 4, 1901.
Hon. President of the Senate:

Sir: I have the honor to inform your honorable body that the following titled bills were this day introduced in the House:

H. B. No. 127, by Mr. Gray—"A bill for an act to regulate the employment of legislative lobby council and agents and to provide for the return of legislative agents."

Read first time, referred to Committee on Judiciary and ordered printed.

H. B. No. 128, by Mr. Carley—“A bill for an act appropriating the sum of $2,351.58 out of any funds in the State Treasury not otherwise appropriated to be used for the payment of the claim of R. C. C'ushing against the State of Wyoming for the loss sustained by him of forty-six horses killed by the State Veterinarian.”

Read first time, referred to Committee on Ways and Means and ordered printed.

H. B. No. 129, by Committee on Education—"A bill for an act to amend and re-enact Section 1196 of the Revised Statutes of Wyoming, relating to the examination of teachers and visits of county superintendents."

Read first time, referred to Committee of the Whole and ordered printed.

Substitute by Mr. Lewis for H. B. No. 93. Read first time,

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