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COMMUNICATION TO THE SENATE.

JANUARY 31, 1913. Hon. F. M. WYLIE,

Chief Clerk, Senute. Dear Sir: In compliance with the provisions of joint resoluttion No. 5, S. I am transmitting herewith list of those registered as legislative counsel or agents since last report.

Very truly yours,

J. S. DONALD,

Secretary of State. Name, residence and occupation of counsel, name and address of employer, and subject of legislation.

Geo. D. Bartlett, 502 Merrill Bldg., Milwaukee, Wis., representing Wis. Bankers Assn. upon banking legislation.

Chas. H. Kamke, Arbor Vitae, Wis., representing Vilas County upon forest reserve.

J. W. Pinch, Lac du Flambeau, Wis., representing Vilas County upon forest reserve.

C. S. Wilbur, 116 S. Henry St., Madison, Wis., representing Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers upon all legislation affecting railway employes.

E. W. Knapp, Robbins, Wis., representing county board Oneida ('o., upon legislation relating to forest reserve.

Henry Wubker, Sr., McNaughton, Wis, representing county board, Oneida County, upon legislation relating to forest reserve.

Oscar H. Piern, 217 Caswell Block, Milwaukee, Wis., representing Vilas county upon forest reserve.

D. S. Ahnaurode, 70—291h St., Milwaukee, Wis., representing himself upon No. 40, A.

JANUARY 31, 1913. Hon. F. M. WYLIE,

(hief Clerk, Senate. Dear Sir: I am transmitting herewith photostat copy of Senate Joint Resolution No. 2 and Senate Joint Memorial No. 2, adopted by the twenty-seventh legislative assembly of the State of Oregon.

Very truly yours,

J. S. DONALD,

Secretary of State.

Senate Jt. Memorial No. 2, State of Oregon,
Relating to Federal protection of migratory game birds.
Read and referred to committee on State Affairs.
Senate Jt. Res. No. 2, State of Oregon,
Relating to Polygamy.

Read and referred to committee on Education and Public Welfare.

MESSAGE FROM THE ASSEMBLY.
By C. E. SHAFFER, chief clerk thereof.
Mr. PRESIDENT:

I am directed to inform you that the assembly has adopted, and
asks concurrence in,
Jt. Res. No. 15, A.
And has concurred in
Jt. Res. No. 15, S.,
And bill No. 28, S.

ASSEMBLY MESSAGE CONSIDERED.
Jt. Res. No. 15, A.,
Was concurrell in.

LEAVE OF ABSENCE.

Upon request,

Leave of absence was granted to Senator Ackley until Welnes. day, February 3, 1913.

l'pon r2q11est, Leave of absence was granted to Senator Perry, until Wednesday, February 5, 1913.

ADJOURNMENT. l'pon motion of Senator Teasdale,

The senate ad journed until Monday, February 3, 1913, at 7:30 o'clock ;. m.

MONDAY, FFEBUARY 3, 1913.

7:30 O'CLOCK P. M. The senate met. The president pro tempore in the chair.

Prayer was offered by the Rev. Father P. B. Knox, of St. Patrick's Church, of Madison.

Upon motion of Senator Snover,
The calling of the roll was dispensed with.

The journal of Friday, January 31, 1913, was approved.

BILLS FOR REVISION. Senator Browne offered one bill and Senator True offered one bill, which were referred to committee on Revision.

BILLS INTRODUCED.

Read first and second times and referred. No. 68, S. (Revision No. 79). By Senator Linley (by request).

To committee on Judiciary. No. 69, S. (Revision No. 80). By Senator Ackley. To com

mittee on Finance. No. 70, S. (Revision No 81) By Senator Bosshard. To com

mittee on Finance. No. 71, S. (Revision No. 82) By Senator Bosshard. To eom

mittee on Judiciary. No. 72, S. (Revision No. 83) By Senator Bosshard. To com

mittee on Judiciary. No. 73, S. (Revision No. 84) By Senator Bosshard. To comNo. 74, S. (Revision No. 85) By Senator Stevens. To com

mittee on Judiciary.

mittee on Judiciary. No. 75, S. (Revision No. 86) By Senator Ackley (by request).

To committee on Education and Public Weifare.

COMMUNICATIONS TO THE SENATE.

Madison, January 30, 1913. To the Honorable, the Legislature of the State of Wisronsin:

The board of regents of normal schools of the state'of Wisconsin, pursuant to subsection 4 of section 406 A of the Statutes of the state, begs leave to submit herewith full plans, and estimates for building and equipping a normal school in the city of Eau Claire, on the grounds selected for a site by the board of regents and donated to the state by the city of Eau Claire.

The board also reports that it has caused a plan of the above grounds to be made by Mr. Phelps Wyman, landscape architect, of the city of Minneapolis, at an expense of $155.18, and has expended for grading in accordance witin such plans the sum of $882.96. The fees of the architects for the plans and estimates for the building and the equipment of the same are being held in abeyance pending the action of your honorable body. BOARD OF REGENTS OF NORMAL SCHOOLS.

Tueo. KRONSHAGE, Jr.,

President. W. KITTLE,

Secretary Read and referred to committee on Education and Public Welfare.

MADISON, February 3, 1913. CHIEF CLERK, Senate,

Madison, Wisconsin. Dear Sir: I am transmitting herewith claim of Alfred Yankauer against the State of Wisconsin, amounting to $3,647.07.

Very truly yours,

J. S. DONALD,

Secretary of State, Read and referred to committee on Finance.

ADJOURNMENT.
Upon motion of Senator Glenn,
The senate adjourned.

TU'ESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1913.

10:00 O'Clock A. M. The senate met. The president in the chair. Prayer was offered by the Rev. Father P. B. Knox.

The roll was called and the following senators answered to their names:

Senators Bichler, Bishop, Browne, Culbertson, Cunningham, Glenn, Husting, Kellogg, Kileen, Linley, Martin H. C., Randolph, Skogmo, Snover, Teasdale, True, White, and Zophy— 18.

Absent-Senators Albers, Bosshard, Burke, Hoyt, Huber, Martin A. E., Monk, Richards, Scott, Stevens, Tomkins, Weigle, and Weissleder--13.

Absent with leave--Senators Ackley and Perry-2.

LEAVE OF ABSENCE. l'pon request of Senator True, Leave of absence was granted to Senator Scott for this session. l'pon request of Senator Browne, Leave of absence was granted to Senator Monk for this session. Upon request of Senator Skogmo,

Leave of absence was granted to Senator Tomkins for this session.

Upon request of Senator Glenn,

Leave of absence was granted to Senators Hoyt and Bosshard for this session.

The journal of yesterday was approved.

RESOLUTIONS FOR REVISION.

Senator ('ulbertson offered one joint resolution which was referred to the committee on Revision.

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