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Moved by Mr. McGill that further consideration of said H. B. No. 38 be indefinitely postponed.

The motion prevailed and it was so ordered.

On motion of Mr. Nichols the Senate then adjourned until 10 o'clock a. m., Monday, Feb. 4, A. D. 1901.

GEO. W. PERRY,

Chief Clerk.

TWENTIETH DAY.

Senate Chamber.

Cheyenne, Feb. 4, 1901. The Senate was called to order at 10 o'clock a. m. pursuant to adjournment of Saturday, Feb. 2, 1901.

Hon. Joseph Iredale, Vice President of the Senate, in the chair.

Roll call:

Present-Black, Brittain, Madden, McBride, McGill, Nichols, Osmond, Rusk, Stone, Sullivan, Thomas, Verbryck, Williams and Mr. President-14. Absent and excused, Balch, Davis, Griffin, Guernsey,

, , Hawk, 5.

Mr. Vice President announced that Mr. Guernsey and Mr. Davis would be excused for this day.

Prayer by the Chaplain.
The journal of Saturday was read and approved.
Mr. McGill moved a call of the Senate.

The motion was seconded by Messrs. Sullivan and Brittain.

A quorum appearing Mr. McGill moved further call be dispensed with.

Mr. McGill announced, officially, the death of his colleague, Honorable H. G. Balch, late Senator from Albany County, at Laramie, Sunday Feb. 3rd at 5:30 p. m., and moved that the desk of the late Senator Balch be draped in mourning the balance of the session.

Mr. McGill gave notice that he would in the near future offer suitable resolutions regarding the death of Mr. Balch.

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

Cheyenne, Feb. 2, 1901.
Hon. President of the Senate:

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

H. B. No. 121, by Committee on Education—"A bill for an act to amend and reenact Sections 627, 628, 629 and 631 of the Revised Stautes of Wyoming, relating to the examination of teachers in the Public Schools and their certificates.”

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

H. B. No. 122, by Mr. R. H. Reed—“A bill to amend Section 4996 of the Revised Statutes of Wyoming, 1899, regarding fishing."

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

H. B. No. 123, by Mr. R. H. Reed—"A bill to repeal part of Section 4300 of the Revised Statutes of Wyoming, 1899, regarding fees."

Read first time, referred to Committee on Sanitary and Medical Affairs and ordered printed.

H. B. No. 124, by Mr. R. H. Reed—“A bill to provide for officers in charge of State Institutions to make certain weather reports to the Section Director."

Read first time, referred to Committee on Sanitary and Medical Affairs and ordered printed.

H. B. No. 125, by Mr. Shaw-“A bill for an act authorizing changes in county boundaries and for other purposes."

Read first time, referred to Committee on County Affairs and County Boundaries and ordered printed.

H. B. No. 126, by Mr. Badgette_"A bill for an act providing for the inspection of horses, etc.; authorizing the Board of Live Stock Commissioners to appoint inspectors, prescribing their duties, prohibiting by transportation by railroad companies of horses without inspection and providing for penalties for violation of the provisions of this act."

Read first time, referred to Committee on Live Stock and ordered printed

Very respectfully,
A. J. MOKLER,

Chief Clerk.
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 resolutions were this day introduced in the House and unanimously adopted:

H. J. R. No. 11—Whereas, Upon learning of the death of Representative E. S. White, of Natrona County, and that his remains would be taken to Casper for interment, the management of the Colorado and Southern and Fremont, Elkhorn and Missouri Valley railroads promptly tendered to us the use of their roads and the equipment for the transportation of the body and funeral party; now, therefore, be it

Resolved, By the Sixth Legislature of the State of Wyoming that we tender to these railroads our sincere thanks for their kindness and consideration and assure them that we gratefully appreciate their action; and be it further

Resolved, That a copy of this resolution be forwarded to the officers of the Colorado and Southern, and Fremont, Elkhorn and Missouri Valley railroads through their representatives at Cheyenne.

H. J. R. No. 10 Be it Resolved by the House of Representatives, the Honorable

Senate Concurring:

Wheras, At the beginning of our session the Sixth Legislature of the State of Wyoming, determined to visit the various State Institutions of this State, and the City of Salt Lake, and the Union Pacific Railroad company, in order to facilitate our said visit, very generously furnished us transportation from Cheyenne to Ogden and return, the Oregon Short Line railroad company from Odgen to Salt Lake City and return, the Pullman Car company furnishing us with elegant sleeping coaches and attendance to supply our every wants, the Western Union Telegraph company and the Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone company granting to us the use of their lines free of charge, the Legislature of the State of Utah and the citizens of Salt Lake City, Evanston, Rock Springs, Rawlins and Laramie kindly entertaining us and feeding us upon the very best of viands, both going and returning; therefore be it

Resolved by the House of Representatives, the Honorable Senate concurring, That we extend our most cordial thanks to the above named corporations, assembly and people for cordial reception and courtesies extended to the members of the Legislature and their visitors while on their trip; be it further

Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be furnished to each of the above corporations, the representatives of the assembly and cities above named.

Very respectfully,
A. J. MOKLER,

Chief Clerk.
On motion of Mr. McGill said H. J. R. No. 10 and H. J. R.
No. 11 were adopted.

REPORTS FROM STANDING COMMITTEES.
The following reports were received and read:
Sixth Legislature of the State of Wyoming.

Senate Chamber.
Mr. President:

Cheyenne, Feb. 4, 1901. Your Committee No. 1, to whom was referred S. F. No. 23, beg leave to report as follows:

We offer a substitute for S. F. No. 23, the same accompanies the report and we recommend that the substitute do pass.

M. NICHOLS,

Chairman.
Sixth Legislature of the State of Wyoming.

Senate Chamber.

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

Your Committee No. 23, on Engrossment, to whom was referred S. J. M. No. 2 and Senate Files Nos. 14, 15, 17, 18, 20, 26, 28, 29, 30 and 31, beg leave to report as follows:

That the same have been correctly engrossed and are herewith returned to the Senate.

WILSON MCBRIDE,

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

Mr. Nichols 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 consideration bills on general file, beg leave to report as follows:

That S. F. No. 24, by Mr. Iredale_"A bill for an act fixing the salary of the Governor," be amended as follows:

That Section 2 be stricken out, and as so amended that the bill do pass.

That a Substitute for S. F. No. 23, by Mr. Davis—"A bill for an act specifying property subject to lery or execution and providing for an indemnifying bond for the officer serving the same and to amend and re-enact Section 3828 of the Revised Statutes of Wyoming, 1899. referred to Committee No 21 on Printing for the purpose of having same printed.

M. NICHOLS,

Chairmau. BILLS ON SECOND READING. H. B. No. 24, by Mr. Hertzog—"A bill for an act to amend and re-enact Sections 3250 and 3251 of the Revised Statutes of Wyoming, 1899," was read second time and ordered to a third reading. BILLS ON THIRD READING AND FINAL PASSAGE.

On motion of Mr. Nichols unanimous consent was given by the Senate for the purpose of reading Senate Files Nos. 18 and 30 and S. J. M. No. 2 by title only and placing said Senate Files and S. J. M. on their final passage.

Whereupon said 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," was read third time by title only, placed upon its final passage and passed by the following vote:

Roll call:

Ayes—Black, Brittain, Madden, McBride, McGill, Nichols, Osmond, Rusk, Sullivan, Verbryck, Williams, Stone and Mr. Vice President-13.

Noes, 0; absent, Balch, Davis, Griffin, Guernsey, Hawk, Thomas, 6.

And thereupon Mr. Vice President announced that said S. F. No. 18, 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. 30, by Mr. Thomas—"A bill for an act to change the name of the Stinking Water River to the Shoshone River,” was read third time by title only, placed on its final passage and passed by the following vote:

Roll call:

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

Absent, Balch, Davis, Griffin, Guernsey, Hawk, 5; noes, 0.

And thereupon Mr. Vice President announced that said S. F. No. 30, having received an affirmative vote of a majority of all the members elected to the Senate of the Sixth Legislature, had duly passed the Senate.

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 for the operation of Section 4 of an act making appropriations for sundry civil expense of government for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1885, and for other purposes, approved August 18, 1894, relating to arid land donation, and amended by act of Congress, approved June 11, 1896,” was read third time by title only, placed on its final passage and passed by the following vote:

Roll call:

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

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

And thereupon Mr. Vice President announced that said 8. J. M. No. 2, having received an affirmative vote of a majority of all the members elected to the Senate of the Sixth State Leg. islature, had duly passed the Senate.

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