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tiary and making a tax levy for the purpose of raising funds for the expense thereof; and for the repeal of Sections 644, 645 and 646 of the Revised Statutes of the State of Wyoming."

CONSIDERATION OF SPECIAL ORDER. On motion of Mr. Davis the Senate resolved itself into a Committee of the Whole for the purpose of considering the special order for 2 o'clock this day, to-wit:

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 paroling of convicts," and for the consideration of other bills on the general file.

REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE.

On rising, the committee of the whole presented the following report: Sixth Legislature of the State of Wyoming. Senate Chamber.

Cheyenne, Feb. 7, 1901. Mr. President:

Your committee of the whole, having had under consideration bills on the general file, beg to report progress and ask to sit again.

PATRICK SULLIVAN,

Chairman.
PRIVILEGED REPORT.
The following report was received:
Sixth Legislature of the State of Wyoming.
Senate Chamber.

Cheyenne, Feb. 7, 1901.
Mr. President:

Your Committee No. 24, on Enrollment, to whom was referred Original Senate Files Nos. 5 and 9 beg leave to report as follows:

That the same have been correctly enrolled and are Enrolled Acts Nos. 2 and 3, are herewith returned and are ready for your signature.

M. NICHOLS,

Chairman. On motion of Mr. Davis the report of the Committee of the Whole was received and the request therein made, granted.

SIGNING OF SENATE ENROLLED ACT.
Mr. President gave notice that he was about to sign:

S. E. A. No. 24"An act to amend and re-enact Section 1781 of the Revised Statutes of Wyoming of 1899, relating to the levying of taxes and form of tax list.”

E. A. No. 3, Senate-"An act to amend and re-enact Sec

tion 1933 of the Revised Statues of Wyoming, relating to petition for private road and proceeding thereon."

And thereupon Mr. President did in the presence of the Senate affix his official signature to said Senate Enrolled Acts Nos. 2 and 3.

BILLS ON SECOND READING. The following House Bills were read second time and ordered to third reading:

H. B. No. 36, by Mr. Badgette "A bill for an act relating to municipal corporations and providing for the building, construction or purchase by municipal corporations and the operation and maintenance of plants for the furnishing of light, heat or power, and providing further for the issuing of bonds to meet the cost thereof."

H. B. No. 4, by Mr. Butler-"A bill for an act providing for process against foreign insurance companies, societies, or associations; and providing for the appointment of the State Auditor and Ex-officio Insurance Commissioner and his successor in office as an attorney for service."

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 streets of cities and towns and amending and re-enacting Section 3084 of the Revised Statues of Wyoming, 1899."

H. B. No. 74, by Mr. Wyman—“A bill for an act to amend and re-enact Section 1959 of the Revised Statues of Wyoming, relative to roads and bridges."

H. B. No. 75, by Mr. Reid—“A bill for an act to amend and re-enact Section 300 of the Revised Statutes of 1899.”

H. B. No. 87, by Mr. Roberts—"A bill for an act relating to seats for female emploves."

Substitute for S. F. No. 23, by Committee No. 1, on Judici. ary—“A bill for an act specifying property subject to levy on execution and providing for an indemnifying bond for the officer serving the same and to amend and re-enact Section 3828 of the Revised Stautes of Wyoming, 1899,” was read second time and ordered engrossed for third reading. BILLS ON THIRD READING AND FINAL PASSAGE.

H. B. No. 48, by Mr. Breckons—“A bill for an act relating to the jurisdiction of judges of the district courts, and providing that certain orders may be made by such judges in vacation, in chambers, and in counties and districts other than the county and district in which the matter or cause concerning which such orders are made may be pending," having been read three several times was placed upon its final passage and passed by the following vote:

Roll call:
Ayes—Black, Brittain, Davis, Griffin, Guernsey, Hawk,

Iredale, Madden, McBride, Nichols, Osmond, Rusk, Sullivan, Thomas, Verbryck, Williams and Mr. President-17.

Noes, McGill, 1; absent, 0.

And thereupon Mr. President declared that said H. B. No. 48, having received an affirmative vote of a majority of all the members elected to the Senate of the Sixth State Legislatur, had duly passed the Senate.

S. F. No. 33, by Mr. Verbryck—"A bill for an act to create a State Board of Health and County Health Officers and prescribing the duties of the same," was, by unanimous consent read third time by title only, placed upon its final passage and passed by the following vote:

Roll call:

Ayes-Black, Davis, Guernsey, Griffin, Hawk, Iredale, Madden, McBride, Nichols, Osmond, Sullivan, Thomas, Verbryck, Williams and Mr. President-15.

Noes, Brittain, McGill, 2; absent, Rusk, 1.

And thereupon Mr. President declared that said S. F. No. 33, having received an affirmative vote of a majority of all the members elected to the Senate of the Sixth State Legislature, had duly passed the Senate.

S. F. No. 22, by Mr. Davis—"A bill for an act providing for the revaluation of state lands for rental purposes upon application for re-lease," having been read three several times was placed upon its final passage and passed by the following vote:

Roll call:

Aves-Black, Davis, Griffin, Guernsey, Hawk, Madden, McBride, Nichols, Osmond, Sullivan, Thomas, Verbryck, Williams and Mr. President-14.

Noes, Brittain, Iredale, Rusk, McGill, 4; absent, 0.

And thereupon Mr President declared that said S. F. No. 22, having received an affirmative vote of a majority of all the members elected to the Senate of the Sixth State Legislature, had duly passed the Senate.

S. F. No. 32, by Mr. Nichols—"A bill for an act directing the Governor of the state to procure suitable medals for the Wyoming troops who served in the Philippines during the Spanish-American war, and to make an appropriation there. for," having been read three several times was placed upon its final passage and passed by the following vote:

Roll call:

Ayes-Black, Brittain, Davis, Griffin, Guernsey, Hawk, Iredale, Madden, McBride, McGill, Nichols, Osmond, Rusk, Sul. livan, Thomas, Verbryck, Williams and Mr. President-18.

Noes, 0; absent, 0.

And thereupon Mr. President declared that said S. F. No. 32, having received an affirmative vote of a majority of all the members elected to the Senate of the Sixth State Legislature, had duly passed the Senate.

S. F. No. 36, by Mr. Thomas—“A bill for an act concerning the effect of adjudications by the State Board of Control, of rights to the use of public waters of the state and providing for the reopening of the decrees of the board in certain cases," having been read three several times was placed upon its final passage and passed by the following vote:

Roll call:

Ayes-Black, Brittain, Davis, Griffin, Guernsey, Hawk, Iredale, Madden, McBride, McGill, Nichols, Osmond, Rusk, Sullivan, Thomas, Verbryck, Williams and Mr. President-18.

Noes, 0; absent, 0.

And thereupon Mr. President declared that said S. F. No. 36, having received an affirmative vote of a majority of all the members elected to the Senate of the Sixth State Legislature, had duly passed the Senate.

S. F. No. 7, by Mr. Davis_"A bill for an act concerning the leasing and re-leasing of state lands," having been read three several times was plased upon its final passage and passed by the following vote:

Roll call:

Ayes-Black, Davis, Guernsey, Hawk, Iredale, Madden, McBride, McGill, Osmond, Rusk, Sullivan, Thomas, Verbryck, Williams and Mr. President-15

Noes, Brittain, Griffin, Nichols, 3; absent, 0.

And thereupon Mr. President declared that said S. F. No. 7, having received an affirmative vote of a majority of all the members elected to the Senate of the Sixth State Legislature, had duly passed the Senate.

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 spirituous, malt and fermented liquors and wines, and for other purposes," having been read three several times was placed upon its final passage and passed by the following vote:

Roll call:

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

Noes, Davis, 1; absent, 0.

And thereupon Mr. President declared that said S. F. No. 25, having received an affirmative vote of a majority of all the members elected to the Senate of the Sixth State Legislature, had duly passed the Senate.

S. F. No. 24, by Mr. Iredale-"A bill for an act fixing the salary of the Governor," having been read three several times was placed upon its final passage and passed by the following vote:

Ayes-Davis, Griffin, Guernsey, Hawk, Iredale, McBride, Nichols, Osmond, Rusk, Thomas-10.

Noes— Black, Brittain, Madden, McGill, Sullivan, Verbryck, Williams and Mr. President-8.

Absent, 0.

And thereupon Mr. President declared that said S. F No. 24, having received an affirmative vote of a majority of all the members elected to the Senate of the Sixth State Legislature, had duly passed the Senate.

MESSAGES FROM THE HOUSE.
The following messages were received and read:
Legislature of the State of Wyoming.
House of Representatives.

Cheyenne, Feb. 7, 1901.
Hon. President of the Senate:

Sir: I have the honor to inform your honorable body that the House this day concurred in Senate amendment to H. B. No. 26—“A bill for an act to provide for submitting to the qualified electors of the state, at the general election to be held in November, A. D. 1904, the question of the permanent locations, respectively, of the Seat of Government, the State University, the Insane Asylum, and the State Penitentiary.'' Ayes, 21; noes, 14; absent, 1.

Very respectfully,
A. J. MOKLER,

Chief Clerk.
The Legislature of the State of Wyoming.
House of Representatives.

Cheyenne, Feb. 7, 1901.
Hon. President of the Senate:

Sir: I have the honor to inform your honorable body that the following titled bill was this day read a third time and passed the House by the vote indicated:

H. B. No. 111, by Mr. (ottle_"A bill for an act providing for the building of a nurses' dormitory and dead house at the Wyoming General Hospital at Rock Springs, Wyoming and providing further for the levying of a tax to provide funds therefor."

Aves, 24; noes, 9; absent and excused, 3.

Said H. B. No. 111 is herewith enclosed for your consideration and action.

Very respectfully,
A. J. MOKLER,

Chief Clerk.
Legislature of the State of Wyoming.
House of Representatives.

Cheyenne, Feb. 7, 1901.
Hon. President of the Senate:

Sir: I have the honor to inform your honorable body that

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