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that the following entitled bill was this day introduced in the House:

H. B. No. 112, by special committee appointed to investigate the penitentiary, composed of Messrs. Dinwiddie, Black and Gray of the House, and Thomas and Black of the Senate“A bill for an act providing for the removal of all state and other convicts confined within the state under conviction and sentenced to penitentiary confinement to the state penitentiary situate at or near the City of Rawlins, in the County of Carbon, and making an appropriation for the expense thereof, for such repairs or changes as may be necessary in said state peni. tentiary, and the building of such other buildings in connection with said penitentiary, 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 Wyoming." Read first time, referred to the committee of the whole and ordered printed.

Very respectfully,
A. J. MOKLER,

Chief Clerk.

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

Cheyenne, Jan. 31, 1901.
Hon. President of the Senate:

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

H. B. No. 101, by Mr. Shaw—“A bill for an act to amend and re-enact Section 865 of the Revised Statutes of Wyoming, 1899, relating to the duties and powers of the State Board of Control." Read first time, referred to Committee on Lands and Irrigation and ordered printed.

H. B. No. 102, by Mr. Shaw-“A bill for an act to amend and re-enact Sections 891 and 894, Revised Statutes of Wyoming, 1899, relating to Water Commissioners." Read first time, referred to Committee on Lands and Irrigation and ordered printed.

H. B. No. 103, by Mr. Shaw—"A bill for an act to amend and re-enact Section 971, Revised Statutes of 1899, with reference to unlawful interference." Read first time, referred to Committee on Lands and Irrigation and ordered printed.

H. B. No. 104, by Mr. Fishback—"A bill for an act providing for the establishment of municipal courts for incorporated cities or towns within the State of Wyoming." Read first time, referred to Committee on Judiciary, and ordered printed.

H. B. No. 105, by Mr. Fishback—“A bill for an act to amend and re-enact Section 3265 of the Revised Statutes of Wyoming, 1899, relating to the filing of certificates of incorporation by foreign corporations doing business in this state.” Read first time, referred to Committee on Corporations and ordered printed.

H. B. No. 106, by Mr. Rossman—"A bill for an act relating to the appointment of police justices of cities of a population of not less than 10,000 inhabitants." Read first time, referred to Committee on Corporations and ordered printed.

H. B. No. 107, by Mr. Roberts—"A bill for an act fixing the amount of the bond of the State Examiner and providing for the payment of its premium when furnished by a surety company." Read first time, referred to Committee on Ways and Means and ordered printed.

H. B. No. 108, by Mr. Rossman—“A bill for an act prescribing the term of office of the mayor and councilmen of cities incorporated under special charters of a population of not less than 10,000, and providing the time for the election in such cities.” Read first time, referred to Committee on Corporations and ordered printed.

H. B. No. 109, by Committee on Judiciary—“A bill for an act to amend and re-enact Sections 4282 and 4283 of the Revised Statutes of Wyoming of 1899, relating to change of venue in civil actions; to provide for change of venue in probate, special or miscellaneous proceedings and for other purposes." Read first time, referred to Committee on Judiciary and ordered printed.

H. B. No. 110, by Mr. O'Brien—"A bill for an act providing for the levying of a tax in the year A. D. 1901 for the purpose of providing funds for the completion of additional building at state insane asylum, for repairs to the present building and for the construction of a pipe line to said asylum." Read first time, referred to Committee on Buildings and Institutions and ordered printed.

H. B. No. 111, by Mr. Cottle—“A bill for an act providing for the building of a nurse's 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." Read first time, referred to committee on Buildings and Institutions, and ordered printed.

Very respectfully,
A. J. MOKLER,

Chief Clerk.

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

Cheyenne, Jan. 31, 1901.
Hon. President of the Senate:

Sir: I have the honor to inform your honorable body that the joint committee appointed from the House and Senate to visit the Rawlins penitentiary, this day made its report, and said report being herewith attached.

Very respectfully,
A. J. MOKLER,

Chief Clerk.

Legislature of the State of Wyoming.
House of Representatives.

Cheyenne, Jan. 31, 1901.
Mr. Speaker:

We, your committee, who in conjunction with a like committee from the Senate were appointed to proceed to the penitentiary building situated at the city of Rawlins, in Carbon county, for the purpose of investigating said building and to estimate the probable expense of placing the same in proper condition for the reception of prisoners, beg leave to report that we visited the said penitentiary building and also the penitentiary building at Laramie, and after a thorough and full investigation, find that certain changes ought to be made in the penitentiary building at Rawlins, and also that a sewer. age connection should be made with the city sewer, and that certain other buildings, such as bakery, laundry, bath house and workshops are necessary, and that the estimated cost of such changes and improvements amounts to $14,500. We recommend that an appropriation in the way of a levy amounting to three-sixteenths of one mill be made for the years 1901 and 1902 for the purpose of raising funds with which to make such changes and additions.

Respectfully submitted,
E. R. DINWIDDIE,

Chairman.

BILLS ON SECOND READING. The following Senate Files were read a second time and ordered engrossed for third reading:

S. F. No. 14, by Mr. Davis-A bill for “An act to amend and re-enact Sections 3748 and 5416 of the Revised Statutes of Wyoming, 1899, relating to time within which motion for new trial must be made in both civil and criminal cases."

S. F. No. 15, by Mr. Thomas- A bill for “An act defining a breach of the peace and providing a penalty therefor."

S. F. Yo. 17, by Mr. Nichols-A bill for "An act providing for garnishment and execution from any of the courts of this state and proceedings thereon."

S. F. No. 18, by Mr. McGill-A bill for “An act to repeal Sections 5185, 5186 and 5187 of the Revised Statutes of the State of Wyoming, relating to costs in criminal cases having twenty or more defendants."

S. F. No. 20, by Mr. Nichols—A bill for “An act to amend and re-enact Section 1902 of the Revised Statutes of 1899, being an act providing for the subsequent sale of property bought in by the county at a tax sale."

S. F. No. 28, by Mr. Griffin-A bill for “An act in relation to the appointment of special deputy coal mine inspectors in certain cases, and providing for the payment of their per diem and expenses."

S. F. No. 29, by Mr. Nichols—A bill for “An act to amend and re-enact Section 597 of the Revised Statutes of 1899.”

S. F. No. 30, by Mr. Thomas—A bill for “An act to change the name of the Stinking Water river to the Shoshone river.”

S. F. No. 31, by Mr. Williams—A bill for “An act to reimburse the Stock Growers' National Bank of Cheyenne, and the First National Bank of Cheyenne, for moneys advanced to meet the expense of transportation of Wyoming troops from San Francisco to their respective homes in this state."

S. F. No. 26, by Mr. Thomas—A bill for “An act to amend and re-enact Section 5356 of the Revised Statutes of 1899.”

S. J. M. No. 2, by Mr. Thomas-—"Memorializing the congress of the United States to extend for a period of ten years, the time of the operation of Section 4 of an act making appropriations for sundry civil expenses of government for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1895, and for other purposes, approved August 18, 1894, relating to arid land donation, and amended by act of congress, approved June 11th, 1896."

The following House Bills were read second time:

H. B. No. 3, by Mr. Cooper—A bill for “An act to encourage the destruction of predatory wild animals and to provide bounties for the killing thereof and making an appropriation for the payment of such bounties, providing a penalty for making a false affidavit under the provisions of said act, and for the repeal of Sections 2264, 2265 and 2266, of the Revised Statutes of Wyoming." Ordered to third reading.

H. B. No. 33, by Mr. Fourt-d bill for “An act to amend and re-enact Section 1895 of the Revised Statutes of the State of Wyoming, relating to the necessary steps for perfecting tax title.” Ordered to third reading.

H. B. No. 57, by Mr. Fourt-A bill for "An act amending and re-enacting Section 5014 of the Revised Statutes of Wyoming, 1899.” Ordered to third reading.

H. B. No. 29, by Mr. Butler-A bill for “An act to amend Section 1672 of the Revised Statutes of Wyoming, 1899, by reclassifying cities of the second class for the purposes therein defined, and to legalize all elections held during the year A. D. 1900 in said cities under the act and chapter hereby amended." Ordered to third reading.

H. B. No. 7, by Mr. Butler-A bill for "An act to amend and re-enact Section 4539 of the Revised Statutes of Wyoming of 1899, prescribing the fees of the clerk of the district court in probate matters." Ordered to third reading.

H. B. No. 10, by Mr. Fishback, by request-A bill for “An act to amend and re-enact Section 4262 of the Revised Statutes of the State of Wyoming, relating to the limitation of time for proceedings in error." Ordered to a third reading.

H. B. No. 15, by Mr. Butler-A bill for “An act to amend and re-enact Section 520 of the Revised Statutes of Wyoming, relating to the investment of Agricultural College land income funds." Ordered to third reading.

H. B. No. 41, by Mr. Breckons—A bill for “An act providing that a system of humane treatment of animals shall be taught in the public schools of Wyoming." Ordered to a third reading

H. B. No. 34, by Mr. O'Brien-A bill for “An act to provide for the return of non-resident insane persons to their own state." Ordered to third reading.

H. B. No. 26, by Mr. Badgette-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. 1902, the question of the permanent locations, respectively, of the seat of government, the state university, the insane asylum, and the state penitentiary.”

Mr. McBride offered the following amendment: “Wher. ever the words 'nineteen hundred and two' appear, in the title or in the text of said bill, strike out the word 'two' and insert the word 'four in lieu thereof."

Said amendment was adopted by unanimous vote of all the members present.

Whereupon said H. B. No. 26, as amended, was ordered to a third reading.

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

Cheyenne, Feb. 1, 1901.
Hon. President of the Senate:

Sir: I have the honor to inform your honorable body that the following S. F. No. 12 was this day read a third time in the House and passed by the following vote:

Ayes, 31; noes, 0); absent, 5.
Said S. F. No. 9 is herewith enclosed.

Very respectfully,
A. J. MOKLER,

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

Cheyenne, Feb. 1, 1901.
Hon. President of the Senate:

Sir: I have the honor to inform your honorable body

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