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Senator Hayward moved to amend that part under the head For the office of the Secretary of State" by striking out the figures "1200" following the words " For indexing vault if supplied with steel cases as contemplated" and insert in lieu thereof the figures "600".

Adopted.

The President resumed the chair at 3:45 P. M.

Senator Wilson of Clinton moved to amend that part under the head, "For the office of the Secretary of State" by striking out the figures "720" following the words "one janitor and messenger at a salary of" and insert in lieu thereof the figures "780". Adopted.

MESSAGES FROM THE HOUSE.

The following messages were received from the House:

MR. PRESIDENT—I am directed to inform your honorable body that the Speaker of the House names as conference committee on part of House on House file No. 438, a bill for an act to apportion the State into representative districts and declare the ratio of representation, Representatives Temple, Maben, Wright, Koontz.

C. R. BENEDICT,
Chief Clerk.

Also:

MR. PRESIDENT-I am directed to inform your honorable body that the House has passed the following bill in which the concurrence of the House was asked:

Senate file No. 156, a bill for an act to amend sections 5663, 5669, 5716 of the code as amended to repeal section 5711 thereof and to provide for the appointment of assistant deputy wardens for the penitentiaries.

C. R. BENEDICT,

Chief Clerk.

Also:

MR. PRESIDENT-I am directed to inform your honorable body that the House has passed the following bill in which the concurrence of the House was asked:

Senate file No. 298, a bill for an act to repeal the law as it appears in subdivision four of section 894 of the code and of the supplement to the code, and to enact a substitute therefor, relating to the levy of taxes for library purposes. C. R. BENEDICT, Chief Clerk.

Also:

MB. PRESIDENT-I am directed to inform your honorable body that the House has concurred in Senate amendments to House file No. 283, a bill for an act to amend the law as it appears in section 835 of the code, relating to refunding the cost of pavement removed by a street railway company. C. R. BENEDICT,

Chief Clerk.

Also:

MR. PRESIDENT-I am directed to inform your honorable body that the House has passed the following bill in which the concurrence of the House was asked:

Senate file No. 338, a bill for an act repealing chapter 8 title XI of the code, relating to census and enacting in lieu thereof a substitute providing for the taking of the census and making an appropriation therefor.

C. R. BENEDICT,

Chief Clerk.

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON ENROLLED BILLS.

Senator Turner, from the committee on Enrolled Bills, submitted the following report:

MR. PRESIDENT-Your committee on Enrolled Bills respectfully report that they have examined, and find correctly enrolled, substitute for Senate file No. 62, a bill for an act to amend section seven hundred twenty-eight (728) and section seven hundred thirty (730) of the code, relating to library trustees and library treasurer, and to legalize the maintenance and control under joint ownership and control of cities and towns and institutions of learning.

Also, substitute for Senate file No. 148, a bill for an act to amend the law as it appears in section twenty-seven hundred thirty-eight (2738) of the supplement to the code, in relation to the publication of reports of county superintendents of schools.

Also, substitute for Senate file No. 149, a bill for an act to amend the law as it appears in section seven hundred and thirty-two (732) of the supplement to the code, relating to the support and maintenance of free public libraries.

Also, Senate file No. 301, a bill for an act to repeal the law as it appears in sections eighteen hundred seventy-five (1875) and eighteen hundred seventy-six (1876) of the code, relating to the appointment, compensation and expenses of bank examiners, and providing a substitute therefor.

Also, Senate file No. 313, a bill for an act appropriating the sum of seventy-five hundred dollars ($7,500) to be paid to Charles B. Fountain, Harold Fountain and Amil Hoch in settlement of all claims against the State of Iowa by reason of the death of Mrs. Charles B. Fountain and Mrs. Amil Hoch, who were killed by an accident which occurred in one of the elevators at the State House on the twenty-sixth day of February, 1904.

Also, Senate file No. 317, a bill for an act providing for the appointment of a State agent and defining his duties and making an appropriation therefor.

Also, Senate file No. 325, a bill for an act making an appropriation to defray the mileage and expenses of the members of the various committees sent by the Thirtieth General Assembly to visit the several State institutions, and School for the Deaf, and the grounds of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition at St. Louis, and old Camp McClellan at Davenport, Iowa.

Also, Senate file No. 328, a bill for an act appropriating one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) to William Redden to aid in procuring him an education, and providing for the appointment of a trustee to control and disburse the

same.

Also, Senate file No. 329, a bill for an act providing for the condemnation of real property for the use of the State.

Also, Senate file No. 335, a bill for an act to legalize the acts of the board of directors, and authorize the issuance of ten thousand dollars ($10,000) in school building bonds in the independent school district of Center Point in Washington township, Linn county, Iowa.

Also, Senate file No. 336, a bill for an act empowering the Executive Council to authorize the location, construction, maintenance and operation of an electric line of railway over, upon and across certain lands belonging to the State of Iowa.

D. W. TURNER,

Chairman.

Ordered passed on file.

REPORT OF JOINT COMMITTEE ON ENROLLED BILLS.

Senator Turner, from the joint committee on Enrolled Bills, submitted the following report:

MR. PRESIDENT-Your joint committee on enrolled bills respectfully report that they have examined, and find correctly enrolled, substitute for Senate file No. 62, a bill for an act to amend section seven hundred twenty-eight (728) and section seven hundred thirty (730) of the code, relating to library trustees and library treasurer, and to legalize the maintenance and control

under joint ownership and control of cities and towns and institutions of learning.

Also, substitute for Senate file No. 148, a bill for a act to amend the law as it appears in section twenty-seven hundred thirty-eight (2738) of the sup plement to the code, in relation to the publication of reports of county superintendents of schools.

Also, substitute for Senate file No. 149, a bill for an act to amend the law as it appears in section seven hundred and thirty-two (732) of the supplement to the code, relating to the support and maintenance of free public libraries.

Also, Senate file No. 301, a bill for an act to repeal the law as it appears in section eighteen hundred seventy-five (1875) and eighteen hundred seventy-six (1876) of the code, relating to the appointment, compensation and expenses of bank examiners, and providing a substitute therefor.

Also, Senate file No. 313, a bill for an act appropriating the sum of seventy-five hundred dollars ($7,500) to be paid to Charles B. Fountain, Harold Fountain and Amil Hoch, in settlement of all claims against the State of Iowa, by reason of the death of Mrs. Charles B. Fountain and Mrs. Amil Hoch, who were killed by an accident which occurred in one of the elevators at the State house on the twenty-sixth day of February, 1904.

Also, Senate file No. 317, a bill for an act providing for the appointment of a State agent and defining his duties and making an appropriation therefor.

Also, Senate file No. 325, a bill for an act making an appropriation to defray the mileage and expenses of the members of the various committees sent by the Thirtieth General Assembly to visit the several State institutions, and School for the Deaf and the grounds of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition at St. Louis, and old Camp McClellan at Davenport, Iowa.

Also, Senate file No. 328, a bill for an act appropriating one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) to William Redden to aid in procuring him an education, and providing for the appointment of a trustee to control and disburse the

same.

Also, Senate file No. 329, a bill for an act providing for the condemnation of real property for the use of the State.

Also, Senate file No. 335, a bill for an act to legalize the acts of the board of directors, and authorize the issuance of ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00) in school building bonds in the independent school district of Center Point in Washington township, Linn county, Iowa.

Also, Senate file No. 336, a bill for an act empowering the Executive Council to authorize the location, construction, maintenance and operation of an electric line of railway over, upon and across certain lands belonging to the State of Iowa.

Ordered passed on file.

D. W. TURNER, Chairman Senate Committee

H. L. SPAULDING, Chairman House Committee.

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON ENROLLED BILLS.

Senator Turner, from the committee on Enrolled Bills, submitted the following report:

MR. PRESIDENT-Your committee on Enrolled Bills respectfully report that they have this day sent to the Governor for his approval, substitute for Senate file No. 62, a bill for an act to amend section seven hundred twenty-eight (728) and section seven hundred thirty (730) of the code, relating to library trustees and library treasurer and to legalize the maintenance and control under joint ownership and control of cities and towns and institutions of learning.

Also, substitute for Senate file No. 148, a bill for an act to amend the law as it appears in section twenty-seven hundred and thirty-eight (2738) of the supplement to the code, in relation to the publication of reports of county superintendents of schools.

Also, substitute for Senate file No. 149, a bill for an act to amend the law as it appears in section seven hundred and thirty-two (732) of the supplement to the code, relating to the support and maintenance of free public libraries.

Also, Senate file No. 301, a bill for an act to repeal the law as it appears in sections eighteen hundred seventy-five (1875) and eighteen hundred seventy six (1876) of the code, relating to the appointment, compensation and expenses of bank examiners, and providing a substitute therefor.

Also, Senate file No. 313, a bill for an act appropriating the sum of seventy-five hundred dollars ($7,500) to be paid to Charles B. Fountain, Harold Fountain and Amil Hoch in settlement of all claims against the State of Iowa by reason of the death of Mrs. Charles B. Fountain and Mrs. Amil Hoch, who were killed by an accident which occurred in one of the elevators at the State House on the twenty-sixth day of February, 1904.

Also, Senate file No. 317, a bill for an act providing for the appointment of a State agent and defining his duties and making an appropriation therefor.

Also, Senate file No. 325, a bill for an act making an appropriation to defray the mileage and expenses of the members of the various committees sent by the Thirtieth General Assembly to visit the several State institutions, and School for the Deaf, and the grounds of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition at St. Louis, and old Camp McClellan at Davenport, Iowa.

Also, Senate file No. 328, a bill for an act appropriating one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) to William Redden to aid in procuring him an education and providing for the appointment of a trustee to control and disburse the

same.

Also, Senate file No. 329, a bill for an act providing for the condemnation of real property for the use of the State.

Also, Senate file No. 335, a bill for an act to legalize the acts of the board of directors, and authorize the issuance of ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00)

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