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No. 271, S. (Revision No. 300). By Senator Scott. To special

committee on Insurance. No. 272, S. (Revision No. 302). By Senator Scott. To special

committee on Insurance. No. 273, S. (Revision No. 314). By Senator Weigle. To com

mittee on Corporations. No. 274, S. (Revision No. 315). By Senator A. E. Martin.

To committee on Judiciary.

PETITIONS. Pet. No. 6, S. By Senator Culbertson. To committee on Edu

cation and Public Welfare. Pet. No. 7, S. By Senator Culbertson. To committee on Edu

cation and Public Welfare.

COMMUNICATIONS.

FEBRUARY 19, 1913. CHIEF CLERK, Senate,

Madison, Wisconsin. Dear Sir: In compliance with the provisions of Joint Resolution No. 5, S., I am transmitting herewith list of those registered as legislative counsel or agents since last report.

Fery truly yours,
J. S. DONALD,

Secretary of State. Vame, Residence anıl Orcupation of Counsel; Vame and Ad«ress of Employer, and Subject of Legislation.

H. A. Apple, representing Wis. State Automobile Assn., 97 Wisconsin St., Milwaukee, Wis., Retail Automobile Assn., 310 Montgomery Bldg., Milw., upon all automobile legislation.

S. J. Baker, 703 State St., Madison, reprensenting Alumni Committee, upon fraternities.

Frank J. Breidster, 5244 33d St., Milwaukee, representing himself upon No. 40, A.

Fred G. Castle, 872 Shepard Ave., Milwaukee, representing himself upon legislation affecting railroads.

William Coleman, 7094 11th St., Milwaukee, representing Milwaukee Federated Trades Council, 528 Chestnut St., F. J. Weber, Secretary, upon all legislation affecting labor.

F. E. Dubois, Green Bay, Wis., representing himself upon No. 46, S.

Joseph Fisher, Mayor, Marinette, Wis., representing Municipal League, upon legislation affecting cities.

J. D. Gillett, Superior, Wis., representing Evening Telegram Co., Superior, Wis., upon all legislation affecting newspapers and publishers.

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Joseph Hoffman, 1138 24th St., Milwaukee, representing himself upon No. 40, A.

F. Holmes, 306 22d St., Milwaukee, machinist C., M. & St. P. Ry., representing Lodge No. 234, I. A. of M., upon No. 40, A.

N. W. Hodge, Traffic Mgr., Stanley, Wis., representing Stanley, Merrill & Phillips Railway, upon all railway legislation.

C. S. Johnson, 364 Park Hill Pl., Milwaukee, machinist C. M. & St. P. Ry., representing Lodge No. 234, I. A. of M., Milwaukee, upon No. 40, A.

James Killian, 27 36th St., Milwaukee, representing himself upon No. 40, A.

S. B. Knox, 205 Farwell Ave., Milwaukee, representing himself upon legislation affecting Tax Certificates.

Chas. Luebke, 435 32d Ave., Milwaukee, representing himself upon No. 40, A.

Alfred W. Miller, 263—23rd St., Milwaukee, representing himself upon Surety Bond and Casualty Companies.

Caesar D. Marks, Milwaukee, representing American Surety Co., upon Surety Legislation.

D. M. Maxey, Washburn, Wis., representing E. I. du Pont de Nemours Powder Co., Wilmington, Delaware, upon Legislation affecting explosives.

Geo. T. Martin, 487—55th St., Milwaukee, Machinist, C. M. & St. P. Ry., representing Lodge No. 234, I. A. of M., Milwaukee, upon No. 40, A.

Malcolm MacKinnon, 3518 Cherry St., Milwaukee, representing Lake to River Road Assn., (conomowoc-Milwaukee Road Assn., upon legislation affecting highways.

L. H. Palmer, 253 18th St., Milwaukee, representing Forum Club, A. J. Burgette, Ogden Bldg., Grand Ave., Milwaukee, upon No. 75, A.

F. 0. Phelps, Sec. & Treas., 307-8 Wells Bldg., Milwaukee, representing the National League for Medical Freedorn, upon all medical legislation.

C. A. Seifert, 424 W. Wilson St., Madison, Examiner of Accounts, R. R. Commission of Wis., representing himself upon No. 302, A., relating to C. P. A.

Nicholas Schwinn, 840 35th St., Milwaukee, representing Steam Fitters' Local No. 83, Milwaukee, upon No. 40, A.

Albert D. Stebbins, 307-15 Mitchell Bldg., Milwaukee, representing Geo. Apfelbacher, Summit, upon No. 269, A.

Albert Vollendorf, 137 Chambers St., Milwaukee, representing himself upon No. 40, A.

Frank J. Weber, 528 Chestnut St., Milwaukee, representing Wisconsin Federation of Labor, J.J. Handley, 401-17th Ave., Milwaukee, upon all legislation covering labor.

F. J. Zimmermann, 3412 St. Paul Ave., Milwaukee, representing himself upon No. 40, A.

James T. Drought, lawyer, 97 Wisconsin St., Milwaukee, repsenting Wis. State Automobile Ass'n, 97 Wisconsin St., Milwaukee, upon all automobile and general legislation, Wis. State Hotel Ass'n, 99 Wisconsin St., Milwaukee, upon all hotel and general legislation, Wis. State Employers' Ass'n, 97 Wisconsin St., Milwaukee, upon all legislation affecting employers of labor and their employes.

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Frank W. Lucas, Madison, Wis., representing Wis. State Bottlers' Ass'n, 227 Milwaukee St., Milwaukee, upon legislation affecting public health, and misbranding of goods.

Henry Lockney, lawyer, Waukesha, Wis., representing himself upon No. 44, A.

Max Sells, atty., Florence, Wis., representing Florence Iron Co., Reserve Iron Co., upon No. 40, A., and No. 215, A., and Town of Florence, upon town matters.

Sam. T. Swanson, atty., Madison, Wis., representing committee Dane County Bar, upon legislation affecting ninth judicial circuit.

Albert N. Stebbins, 307-15 Mitchell Bldg., Milwaukee, representing Geo. Apfelbacher, Summit, Waukesha Co., upon No. 269, A.

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

I am directed to inform you that the assembly has concurred in
Jt. Res. No. 3, S.,
Jt. Res. No. 13, S.
And has passed, and asks concurrence in,
No. 96, A.,
No. 97, A., and
No. 169, A.

CLERK'S REPORT.
The chief clerk reports No. 2, S., correctly enrolled.

ASSEMBLY MESSAGE CONSIDERED.
Read first and second times and referred.
No. 96, A. To committee on State Affairs.
No. 97, A. To committee on State Affairs.
No. 169, A. To committee on Judiciary.

RECESS. l'pon motion of Senator Bosshard, The senate took a recess until 5:00 o'clock p. m.

5:00 O'CLOCK P. M. The senate was called to order by the president.

BILLS INTRODUCED. Read first and second times and referred. No. 275, S. (Revision No. 254). By Senator Teasdale. To

special committee on Conservation. No. 276, S. (Revision No. 312). By Senator Monk. To com

mittee on Education and Public Welfare. No. 277, S. (Revision No. 313). By Senator Hoyt (by request),

To committee on Education and Public Welfare. No. 278, S. (Revision No. 317). By Senator Stevens. To

committee on Education and Public Welfare. 279, S. (Revision No. 319). By Senator Zophy. To com

mittee on Corporations. No. 280, S. (Revision No. 325). By Senator Perry. To com

mittee on Finance. No. 281, S. (Revision No 327). By Senator Cunoingham (by

request). To committee on State Affairs. No. 282, S. (Revision No. 329). By Senator Scott. To com

mittee on Education and Public Welfare. No. 283, S. (Revision No. 336). By Senator Burke (by request).

To committee on State Affairs. No. 284, S. (Revision No. 338). By Senator Burke (by re

quest). To committee on Judiciary. No. 285, S. (Revision No. 340). By Senator Burke (by request).

To committee on Corporations. No. 286, S. (Revision No. 342). By Senator Bosshard. To

committee on Judiciary. No. 287, S. (Revision No. 343). By Senator Bosshard. To

committee on State Affairs. No. 288, S. (Revision No. 344). By Senator Bosshard. To

committee on State Affairs. No. 289, S. (Revision No. 345). By Senator Bosshard. To

committee on State Affairs. No. 290, S. (Revision No. 347). By Senator Bosshard. To spe

cial committee on Insurance. No. 291, S. (Revision No. 348). By Senator Bosshard. To

special committee on Insurance.

No. 292, S. (Revision No. 349). By Senator Bosshard. To

committee on Judiciary. No. 293, S. (Revision No. 355). By Senator Linley (by request).

To committee on Corporations. No. 294, S. (Revision No. 366). By Senator True. To com

mittee on Finance. No. 295, S. (Revision No. 304). By Senator Scott. To spe

cial committee on Insurance. No. 296, S. (Revision No. 305). By Senator Scott. To special

committee on Insurance. No. 297, S. (Revision No. 320). By Senator True. To com

mittee on Finance. No. 298, S. (Revision No. 321). By Senator H. C. Martin.

To committee on Education and Public Welfare. No. 299, S. (Revision No. 322). By Senator Burke. To com

mittee on Education and Public Welfare. No. 300, S. (Revision No. 323). By Senator Burke. To com

mittee on Education and Public Welfare. No. 301, S. (Revision No. 328). By Senator Scott. To com

mittee on Finance. No. 302, S. (Revision No. 330). By Senator A. E. Martin.

To committee on Corporations. No. 303, S. (Revision No. 332). By Senator Skogmo. To com

mittee on Finance. No. 304, S. (Revision 333). By Senator Skogmo. To commit

tee on State Affairs. No. 305, S. (Revision No. 334). By Senator Burke. To com

mittee on State Affairs. No. 306, S. (Revision No. 335). By Senator ;

To committee on Judiciary. No. 307, S. (Revision No. 339). By Senator Bu To com

mittee on Finance. No. 308, S. (Revision No. 370). By Senator Scott. To com

mittee on Finance. No. 309, S. (Revision No. 371). By Senator Scott. To com

mittee on Education and Public Welfare. No. 310, S. (Revision No. 373). By Senator Scott. To com

mittee on Education and Public Wesfore. No. 311, S. (Revision No. 374). By Senator Scott. To com

mittee on Finance. No. 312, S, (Revision No. 375). By Senator Weigle. To com

mittee on Education and Public Welfare.

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