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Upon motion of Senator H. C. Martin,

No. 313, S. (Revision No. 376). By Senator Glenn.

To committee on State Affairs. No. 314, S. (Revision No. 377). By Senator Stevens. To com

mittee on Judiciary. No. 315, S. (Revision No. 387) By Senator Teasdale. To com

mittee on Corporations. No. 316, S. (Revision No. 392). By Senator Ackley (by re

quest). To committee on Finance. No. 317, S. (Revision No. 395). By Senator Husting. To com

mittee on State Affairs.

COMMITTEE REPORTS. The committee on Education and Public Welfare report and recommend:

No. 54, S.,
Passage.

HOWARD TEASDALE,

Chairman.

The committee on Finance report and recommend:
No. 29, S.,
Passage.

GEO. E. SCOTT,

Chairman.

l'pon request of Senator Scott, All rules interfering were suspended by unanimous consent, and No. 29, S., Was placed upon its final passage at this time. No. 29, S., A bill to repeal subsection (4) of sectioa 1087m—22 of the statutes and to create subsection 4 of section 1087m—22 of the statutes, relating to the correction of errors in tax rolls.

Was read a third time. The question was, Shall the bill pass? The ayes and does were required, and the vote was: Ayes, 27; noes, none; absent or not voting, 6, as follows:

Aves--Senators Ackley, Albers, Bichler, Bosshard, Burke, Culbertson, Cunningham, "Glenn, Kellogg, Kileen, Linley, Martin A. E., Martin H. c., Monk, Perry, Randolph, Richards, Scott, Skogmo, Snover, Stevens, Teasdale, Tomkins, True, Weigle,

Weissleder, and Zophy—27.

Noes-None.

Absent or not voting-Senators Bishop, Browne, Hoyt, Huber,

Husting, and White-6.

And so the bill was passed.

ADJOURNMENT.

The senate adjourned.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1913.

10:00 O'CLOCK A. M.
The senate met.
The president in the chair.
Prayer was offered by the Rabbi Emil G. Hirsch of Chicago, Ill.

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

Senators Ackley, Albers, Bichler, Bishop, Bosshard, Browne,
Burke, Culbertson, Cunningham, Glenn, Hoyt, Huber, Kellogg,
Kileen, Linley, Martin A. E., Martin H. C., Monk, Perry,
Randolph, Scott, Skogmo, Snover, Stevens, Teasdale, Tomkins,
True, Weigle, Weissleder, and Zophy--30.

Absent--Senators Richards and White-2.
Absent with leave-Senator Husting-1.

The journal of yesterday was approved.

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BILLS FOR REVISION.
The committee on Judiciary offered one bill for revision.

RESOLUTION INTRODUCED.
Res. No. 15, S.
Senator Ackley offered the following substitute amendment:
Substitute amendment No. 1, S., to resolution No. 15, S.

Resolved, That rule 12 of the rules of this senate be amended to read as follows:

12. Who may be admitted to the floor. Persons of the following classes, and no others, shall be admitted to that portion of the floor of the senate reserved to the members during the session thereof, viz.: The governor, lieutenant governor, members of the legislature, state officers, regents of the university, regents of the normal schools, members of congress, judges of the supreme court and other courts, and ex-members of the legislature, and none of the

above shall have the privilege of the floor who are registered as lobbyists or engaged in defeating or promoting any pending legislation, excepting during recess and such times as the senate is not in actual session. No ex-senator or any other person who shall be directly or indirectly interested in defeating or promoting any pending legislation, whether registered as lobbyists or not, shall have the privilege of the floor of the senate at any time, excepting during recess and when the senate is not in actual session, provided that said person shall be aılmitted only upon

the

express invitation of some senator, and then the privileges of the floor shall only be entendled to such person as the senator at whose invitation such person enteredl, shall permit. All editors of newspapers within the state and reporters for the press, who contine themselves to their professional duties, shall have the privilege of the floor of the senate except that during the sessions of the senate such privilege shall extend only to the press lobby. The foregoing rule shall not be deemed to exclude such other persons as may be invited to seats on the floor of the senate by a member or the presiding officer thereof.

Senator Randolph asked unanimous consent that Rule 39 be suspended and the substitute amendment be considered at once.

The president stated whereas Res. No. 15, S., bas privilege of immediate consideration under Rule 75, the substitute amendment comes within the exception in Rule 39, and need not lie over for printing, but has privilege of immediate consideration.

Substitute amendment No. 1, S., was refused adoption.
The question then was, Shall Res. No. 15, S., be adopted?

The ayes and noes were required, and the vote was: Ayes, 7; noes, 22; absent or not voting, 4, as follows:

Ayes–Senators Albers, Burke, Cunningham, Martin A. E.. Perry, Stevens, and Teasdale-7.

Noes --Senators Ackley, Bichler, Bishop, Bosshard, Browne, Culbertson, Glen, Hoyt, Huber, Kellogg, Kileen, Linley, Martin H. C., Monk, Randolph, Scott, Skogmo, Tomkins, True, Weigle, Weissleder, and Zophy-22. Absent or not voting-Senators Husting, Richards, Snover, and And so the senate refused to adopt the resolution.

White-4.

BILLS INTRODUCED. Read first and second times and referred. No. 318, S. (Revision No. 255). By Senator Zophy. To com

mittee on Corporations. No. 319, S. (Revision No. 296). By Senator Scott. To special

committee on Insurance. No. 320, S. (Revision No. 301). By Senator Scott. To special

committee on Insurance.

No. 321, S. (Revision No.-303). By Senator Scott. To com

committee on Insurance. No. 322, S. (Revision No. 308). By Senator Burke (by request).

To committee on Judiciary. No. 323, S. (Revision No. 309). By Senator Burke (by request).

To committee on Judiciary. No. 324, S. (Revision No. 351). By Senator Husting. To

committee on Corporations. No. 325, S. (Revision No. 356). By Senator Kileen (by re

quest). To committee on Corporations. No. 326, S. (Revision No. 357). By Senator Kileen (by re

quest). To committee on Education and Public

Welfare. No. 327, S. (Revision No. 358). By Senator Kileen (by re

quest). To committee on Corporations. No. 328, S. (Revision No. 359). By Senator Kileen (by re

quest). To committee on Corporations. No. 329, S. (Revision No. 383). By Senator Monk (by request).

To committee on State Affairs. No. 330, S. (Revision No. 384). By Senator Randolph. To

committee on State Affairs. No. 331, S. (Revision No. 386). By Senator Teasdale. Το

committee on Corporations. No. 332, S. (Revision No. 389). By Senator Cunningham.

To committee on Finance. No. 333, S. (Revision No. 393). By Senator Husting. To

committee on State Affairs. No. 334, S. (Revision No. 394). By Senator Husting. To

committee on State Affairs. No. 335, S. (Revision No. 396). By Senator Huber. To com

mittee on Education and Public Welfare. No. 336, S. (Revision No. 397). By Senator Huber. To com

mittee on State Affairs. No. 337, S. (Revision No. 399). By Senator Kileen (by request).

To committee on Judiciary. No. 338, S. (Revision No. 400). By Senator Kileen (by re

quest). To committee on Judiciary.

PETITIONS.

Pet. No. 8, S. By Senator Tomkins. To committee on Corpor

ations. Pet. No. 9, S. By Senator Tomkins. To committee on Corpor

ations.

COMMITTEE REPORTS.
The committee on Judiciary report and recommend:
No. 15, S.,
No. 16, S.,
No. 24, S.,
No. 63, S., and
No. 157, S.,
Indefinite postponement.
No. 36, S.,
Passage.
No. 110, S.,
Passage, Senator Burke dissenting.

E. F. KILEEN,

Chairman.

The committee on Corporations report and recommend:
No. 22, S.,
No. 27, S., and
No. 45, S.,
Indefinite postponement.
No. 153, S.,
Adoption of amendment No. 1, S., and passage.
No. 137, S., and
No. 158, S.,

Passage.

OTTO BOSSHARD,

Chairman.

ASSEMBLY MESSAGE CONSIDERED.
No. 9, S.,
C'pon motion of Senator Linley,
Laid over until Tuesday, February 25, 1913..

RESOLUTION CONSIDERED.

Jt. Res. No. 16, S.,
Read third time.
The question was, Shall the resolution be adopted?

The ayes and noes were required, and the vote was: Ayes, 28; noes, 1; absent or not voting, 4, as follows:

Ayes-Senators Ackley, Albers, Bichler Bishop, Bosshard, Browne, Burke, Culbertson, Cunningham, Glenn, Hoyt, lluber, Kellogg, Kileen, Linley, Martin A. E., Martin H. C., Monk, Randolph, Scott, Skogmo, Stevens, Teasdale, Tomkins, True, Weigle, Weissleder, and Zophy-28. Noes-Senator Perry-1.

15–S. J.

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