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appoint a Conference Committee to act with a like committee from the Senate to consider the same.

A roll call being had on the motion to not concur, the same resulted as follows:

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

Noes, 0; absent, McGill, 1.

And thereupon Mr. President announced that the Senate had refused to concur in said amendments to S. F. No. 19.

Mr. McGill' moved that the Senate refuse to concur in said amendments to 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 therefor," and that the Senate ask the House to appoint a (Conference Committee to act with a like committee from the Senate to consider the same.

A roll call being had on the motion to not concur the same resulted as follows:

Aves-Black, Brittain, Griffin, Guernsey, Hawk, Iredale, Madden, McBride, McGill, Nichols, Osmond, Rusk, Thomas, Verbryck, Williams, Mr. President-16.

Yoes, 0); absent, Davis and Sullivan, 2.

And thereupon Mr. President announced that the motion to not concur in the House amendments to S. F. No. 32 had prevailed. (ONSIDERATION OF CONFERENCE COMMITTEE RE

PORTS. Moved by Mr. Verbryck that the Senate do now concur in the amendments proposed by the honorable House to S. F. No. 33, by Mr. V'erbryck, as modified by the Conference Committee.

A roll call being had upon the motion, the same resulted as follows:

Ayes-Black, Davis, Griffin, Guernsey, Hawk, Iredale, Madden, McBride, McGill, Nichols, Osmond, Rusk, Thomas, Verbryck, Williams, Mr. President-16.

Yoes, Brittain, 1; absent, Sullivan, 1.

And thereupon Mr. President announced that the Senate had concurred in said amendments to S. F. No. 33.

Moved by Mr. Nichols that the Senate do now concur in the action of the House in adopting the report of the Confer. ence Committee on the amendments to S. F. No. 3.

A roll call being had on the motion the same resulted as follows:

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

Noes, 0; absent, McGill, 1.

Thereupon Mr. President announced that the Senate had concurred in the said amendments to S. F. No. 3.

Moved by Mr. Nichols that the Senate concur in the House amendments to Substitute for S. F. No. 8, by Mr. Davis, as modified by the Conference Committee.

A roll call being had on the motion to concur, the same resulted as follows:

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

Noes, 0); absent, Sullivan, 1.

And thereupon Mr. President announced that the Senate had concurred in the amendments to Substitute for S. F. No. 8.

MESSAGE FROM THE GOVERNOR.
The following communication was received and read:
The State of Wyoming, Executive Department.

Cheyenne, Feb. 15, 1901.
To the Honorable President and Senate of the Sixth State

Legislature: Gentlemen :--I have the honor to make the following nominations and ask your consent that appointment may issue as provided by law:

Miss E. Lena Wadsworth and E. D. Lane, both of Fremont county, as trustees of the Wyoming Agricultural College for a term of six years.

Very respectfully,
DeF. RICHARDS,

Governor. CONFIRMATION. Moved by Mr. McGill that the Senate do now advise, consent to and confirm the nominations of Miss Lena Wadsworth and E. D. Lane as trustees of the Wyoming Agricultural College for a term of six years, which motion prevailed by the following vote:

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

Voes, 0); absent, Sullivan, 1.

And thereupon Mr. President announced that the Senate had advised, consented to and confirmed the said nominations.

MESSAGE FROM THE GOVERNOR.
The State of Wyoming, Executive Department.

Cheyenne, Feb. 15, 1901.
To the Hon. President and Senate of the Sixth State Legis.

lature: Gentlemen :- I have the honor to make the following nominations, and ask your consent that appointment may issue as provided by law:

Frank M. Foote of Cinta county and B. B. Brooks of Natrona county as trustees of the Wyoming Historical Society for a term of six years.

Very respectfully,
DeF. RICHARDS,

Governor. CONFIRMATION. Moved by Mr. Osmond that the Senate do now advise, consent to and confirm the nomination of B. B. Brooks and Frank M. Foote as trustees of the Wyoming Historical Society for the term of six years, which motion prevailed by the following vote:

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

Noes, 0); absent, 0.

And thereupon Mr. President announced that the Senate had advised, consented to, and confirmed the said nominations.

NOTICE OF RECONSIDERATION OF VOTE.

Mr. McGill gave notice that he would on tomorrow move a reconsideration of the vote whereby the Senate did advise, consent to and confirm the nomination of C. G. Coutant as state librarian for the term of two years.

MESSAGE FROM THE GOVERNOR.
The following communication was received and read:
The State of Wyoming, Executive Department.

Cheyenne, Feb. 14, 1901.
To the Hon. President and Senate of the Sixth State Legis-

lature: Gentlemen :-I have the honor to make the following nominations, and ask your consent that appointment may issue as provided by law:

Ora Haley of Albany county, Frank Benton of Laramie county, and B. B. Brooks of Natrona county, as members of the state board of live stock commissioners for a term of two years.

Very respectfully,
DeF. RICHARDS,

Governor. CONFIRMATION. Moved by Mr. McGill that the Senate do now advise, consent to and confirm the nomination of Ora Haley, Frank Benton, and B. B. Brooks as members of the state board of live stock commissioners for the term of two years, which motion prevailed by the following vote:

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

Noes, 0; absent, 0.

And thereupon Mr. President announced that the Senate had advised, consented to and confirmed the said nominations.

MESSAGE FROM THE GOVERNOR.
The following communication was received and read:
The State of Wyoming, Executive Department.

Cheyenne, Feb. 15, 1901.
To the Hon. President and Senate of the Sixth State Legis-

lature: Gentlemen :-I have the honor to make the following nominations and ask your consent that appointments may issue as provided by law:

Matthew Borland, Samuel C. Parks, Jr., and J. M. Harnecker, all of Fremont county, as members of the poor asylum building committee.

Very respectfully,
DeF. RIGAARDS,

Governor. Moved by Mr. McBride that the Senate do now advise, consent to and confirm the nomination of Matthew Borland, Samuel C. Parks, Jr., and J. M. Hornecker as members of the poor asylum building committee, which motion prevailed by the following vote:

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

Noes, 0; absent, Williams, 1.

And thereupon Mr. President declared that the Senate had advised, consented to and confirmed said nominations. BILLS ON THIRD READING AND FINAL PASSAGE.

H. B. No. 111, by Mr. Cottle, amended by Mr. R. H. Reed so as to be—“A bill for an act providing for the building of a nurses' dormitory, a dead house, a stable, a chicken house, and other improvements and repairs at the Wyoming General Hospital at Rock Springs, Wyoming, and providing for the levy of a tax for funds therefor," was, by unanimous consent, then read third time, placed on its final passege and passed by the folllowing vote:

Ayes-Black, Davis, Griffin, Hawk, Iredale, Madden, McBride, McGill, Osmond, Rusk, Sullivan, Thomas, Verbryek, Williams, Mr. President-15.

Noes, Brittain and Nichols, 2; absent, Guernsey, 1.

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And thereupon Mr. President declared that said H. B. No. 111, 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.

REPORT FROM STANDING COMMITTEE. By unanimous consent the following report was received and read: Sixth Legislature of the State of Wyoming.

Senate Chamber.

Cheyenne, Feb. 15, 1901. Mr. President:

Your Committee No. 16, to whom was referred H. B. No. 132, beg leave to report the same back to the Senate with out recommendation.

Véry respectfully,
JOHN MCGILL,

Chairman.

CONSIDERATION OF BILLS ON GENERAL FILE.

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

Mr. Griffin in the chair.

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

Senate Chamber.

Cheyenne, Feb. 15, 1901. Mr. President:

Your Committee of the Whole having had under consideration bills on the general file; report the same back to the Senate with the recommendations herein contained:

That H. B. No. 102, by Mr. Shaw—"A bill for an act to amend and re-enact Sections 891 and 894, Revised Statutes, 1899, relating to water commissioners," do pass.

That H. B. No. 134, by Mr. Fourt and the Committee on Sanitary Affairs—"A bill for an act giving authority to cities and towns incorporated under the general law to purchase and condemn property for rights of way for sewer, gas and water mains and authorizing them to use the streets and alleys," do pass.

That H. B. No. 131, by Mr. Reed—“A bill for an act providing for pure foods, drugs and drinks, and to create the office of a state food and dairy commissioner, a state chemist, and defining their respective duties and powers, and prescribing penalties for the enforcement of this act," do pass.

That H. B. No. 104, by Mr. Fishback—“A bill, for an act providing for the establishment of municipal courts for in

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