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Preston, Reinhart, Runner, Schofield, Van Patten, Warburton, Wilshire, Wooding, Yeend -33.

Absent or not voting: Senator High-1.

On motion of Senator Megler, the title was amended to read as follows: An act appropriating the sum of sixty thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessary for the

the sixth legislature.

expenses of

Senator Yeend moved that a committee of three be appointed to confer with a like committee from the House regarding rules and joint rules.

The motion was carried.

On motion of Senator Cole, the sergeant-at-arms was instructed to procure $5 worth of stamps for the use of the president, secretary and each member of the Senate.

Senator Land moved that the sergeant-at-arms be instructed to procure $1 worth of paper wrappers for the use of the president, secretary and each member of the Senate.

The motion was lost.

Senator Land gave the following notice of amendment to the rules :

MR. PRESIDENT:

I now give notice that on to-morrow after the approval of the journal I will ask the Senate to amend the rules so as to increase the membership of the Committee on Labor and Labor Statistics from three to five members. PAUL LAND.

January 10, 1899.

The following resolution was introduced by Senator T. J. Miller:

Be it resolved by the Senate, That the State Auditor be and he is hereby directed to draw his warrants for the payment of the members and employes of the Senate every tenth day of the session upon pay rolls which shall be signed by the members and certified to by the president and secretary of the Senate, and he is hereby authorized and directed to deliver the warrants so issued to the secretary of the Senate taking his receipt therefor. The incidental expenses of the Senate shall be paid upon vouchers signed by the payees and certified by the president and secretary and attested by the sergeant-at-arms.

On motion of Senator Plummer, the resolution was amended by making the time of payment every week instead of every tenth day.

The resolution, as amended, was adopted.

Baker, Baum, Biggs, Carper, Clapp, Cole, Crow, Davis, Hall, Hamilton, Hammer, Hemrich, High, Hill, Keith, Land, LeCrone, Mantz, McReavy, Megler, Miller David, Miller T. J., Paul, Plummer, Preston, Reinhart, Runner, Schofield, Van Patten, Warburton, Wilshire, Wooding, and Yeend -34.

Senator Keith nominated John Beales for bill clerk.. Mr. Beales received 34 votes and was declared elected. Those voting for Mr. Beales were: Senators Andrews, Baker, Baum, Biggs, Carper, Clapp, Cole, Crow, Davis, Hall, Hamilton, Hammer, Hemrich, High, Hill, Keith, Land, LeCrone, Mantz, McReavy, Megler, Miller David, Miller T. J., Paul, Plummer, Preston, Reinhart, Runner, Schofield, Van Patten, Warburton, Wilshire, Wooding, and Yeend -34.

Senator Keith nominated Clement D. Hellyer for postmaster and messenger.

Mr. Hellyer received 34 votes and was declared elected.

Those voting for Mr. Hellyer were: Senators Andrews, Baker, Baum, Biggs, Carper, Clapp, Cole, Crow, Davis, Hall, Hamilton, Hammer, Hemrich, High, Hill, Keith, Land, LeCrone, Mantz, McReavy, Megler, Miller David, Miller T. J., Paul, Plummer, Preston, Reinhart, Runner, Schofield, Van Patten, Warburton, Wilshire, Wooding, and Yeend - 34.

Senator Keith nominated Miss Helen Slee for stenographer. Miss Slee received 34 votes and was declared elected. Those voting for Miss Slee were: Senators Andrews, Baker, Baum, Biggs, Carper, Clapp, Cole, Crow, Davis, Hall, Hamilton, Hammer, Hemrich, High, Hill, Keith, Land, LeCrone, Mantz, McReavy, Megler, Miller David, Miller T. J., Paul, Plummer, Preston, Reinhart, Runner, Schofield, Van Patten, Warburton, Wilshire, Wooding, and Yeend-34.

Senator Keith nominated Robert Swan for janitor.

Mr. Swan received 34 votes and was declared elected. Those voting for Mr. Swan were: Senators Andrews, Baker, Baum, Biggs, Carper, Clapp, Cole, Crow, Davis, Hall, Hamilton, Hammer, Hemrich, High, Hill, Keith, Land, LeCrone, Mantz, McReavy, Megler, Miller David, Miller T. J., Paul, Plummer, Preston, Reinhart, Runner, Schofield, Van Patten, Warburton, Wilshire, Wooding, and Yeend -34.

Senator Keith nominated L. N. Bridges for night watchman: Mr. Bridges received 34 votes and was declared elected.

Those voting for Mr. Bridges were: Senators Andrews, Baker, Baum, Biggs, Carper, Clapp, Cole, Crow, Davis, Hall, Hamilton, Hammer, Hemrich, High, Hill, Keith, Land, LeCrone, Mantz, McReavy, Megler, Miller David, Miller T. J., Paul, Plummer, Preston, Reinhart, Runner, Schofield, Van Patten, Warburton, Wilshire, Wooding, and Yeend-34.

Senator Keith nominated Benjamin Wolf for doorkeeper.. Mr. Wolf received 34 votes and was declared elected. Those voting for Mr. Wolf were: Senators Andrews, Baker, Baum, Biggs, Carper, Clapp, Cole, Crow, Davis, Hall, Hamilton, Hammer, Hemrich, High, Hill, Keith, Land, LeCrone, Mantz, McReavy, Megler, Miller David, Miller T. J., Paul, Plummer, Preston, Reinhart, Runner, Schofield, Van Patten, Warburton, Wilshire, Wooding, and Yeend - 34.

Senator Keith nominated Charles S. Ryan for assistant doorkeeper and janitor.

Mr. Ryan received 34 votes and was declared elected.

• Those voting for Mr. Ryan were: Senators Andrews, Baker, Baum, Biggs, Carper, Clapp, Cole, Crow, Davis, Hall, Hamilton, Hammer, Hemrich, High, Hill, Keith, Land, LeCrone, Mantz, McReavy, Megler, Miller David, Miller T. J., Paul, Plummer, Preston, Reinhart, Runner, Schofield, Van Patten, Warburton, Wilshire, Wooding, and Yeend-34.

Senator Schofield nominated Clara Clayton for assistant journal clerk.

Mrs. Clayton received 34 votes and was declared elected.

Those voting for Mrs. Clayton were: Senators Andrews, Baker, Baum, Biggs, Carper, Clapp, Cole, Crow, Davis, Hall, Hamilton, Hammer, Hemrich, High, Hill, Keith, Land, LeCrone, Mantz, McReavy, Megler, Miller David, Miller T. J., Paul, Plummer, Preston, Reinhart, Runner, Schofield, Van Patten, Warburton, Wilshire, Wooding, and Yeend 34.

Senator Schofield nominated Ethel M. Hunter for docket clerk.

Miss Hunter received 34 votes and was declared elected. Those voting for Miss Hunter were: Senators Andrews, Baker, Baum, Biggs, Carper, Clapp, Cole, Crow, Davis, Hall, Hamilton, Hammer, Hemrich, High, Hill, Keith, Land, LeCrone, Mantz, McReavy, Megler, Miller David, Miller T. J., Paul, Plummer, Preston, Reinhart, Runner, Schofield, Van Patten, Warburton, Wilshire, Wooding, and Yeend--34.

Senator Schofield nominated Katherine Baxter for enrolling clerk.

Miss Baxter received 34 votes and was declared elected. Those voting for Miss Baxter were: Senators Andrews, Baker, Baum, Biggs, Carper, Clapp, Cole, Crow, Davis, Hall, Hamilton, Hammer, Hemrich, High, Hill, Keith, Land, LeCrone, Mantz, McReavy, Megler, Miller David, Miller T. J., Paul, Plummer, Preston, Reinhart, Runner, Schofield, Van Patten, Warburton, Wilshire, Wooding, and Yeend-34.

Senator Schofield nominated Eva Nethery for stenographer. Miss Nethery received 34 votes and was declared elected. Those voting for Miss Nethery were: Senators Andrews, Baker, Baum, Biggs, Carper, Clapp, Cole, Crow, Davis, Hall, Hamilton, Hammer, Hemrich, High, Hill, Keith, Land, LeCrone, Mantz, McReavy, Megler, Miller David, Miller T. J., Paul, Plummer, Preston, Reinhart, Runner, Schofield, Van PattenWarburton, Wilshire, Wooding, and Yeend-34.

President Daniels administered the oath of office to the fol. lowing employes :

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Senator T. J. Miller introduced the following resolution:

Resolved, That a committee of five senators be appointed to fix the compensation of senate employes and report to the senate tomorrow.

The resolution was adopted.

Pursuant to notice given yesterday, Senator Land introduced the following amendment to the rules:

Resolved, That Senate rule six be and is hereby amended by increasing the membership of the Committee on Labor and Labor Statistics from three to five members.

The amendment was adopted.

Senator Keith moved that the committee appointed to fix the compensation of Senate employes be instructed to fix the maximum of salaries at $5.00 per day and the minimum at $4.00 per day.

On motion of Senator Schofield the motion was laid on the table.

The clerk of the House read the following message:

STATE OF WASHINGTON, HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
January 11, 1899.

MR. PRESIDENT :

The House has passed House joint resolution No. 2, and respectfully refers the same for the concurrence of the Honorable Senate.

W. F. DILLON, Chief Clerk,
House of Representatives.

The foregoing House joint resolution No. 2. was read the first time and, on motion of Senator Wilshire, the rules were suspended and the resolution read the second time by title. It was then read the third time, placed on its final passage and passed by the following vote: Yeas 34, nays o.

Those voting yea were: Senators Andrews, Baker, Baum, Biggs, Carper, Clapp, Cole, Crow, Davis, Hall, Hamilton, Hammer, Hemrich, High, Hill, Keith, Land, LeCrone, Mantz, McReavy, Megler, Miller David, Miller T. J., Paul, Plummer, Preston, Reinhart, Runner, Schofield, Van Patten, Warburton, Wilshire, Wooding, and Yeend-34.

The president announced Senators Andrews, McReavy and Clapp as the committee to attend the funeral of the late A. A. Denny

The following resolution was introduced by Senator Cole:

Resolved by the Senate, the House concurring, That the sergeant-atarms of the Senate and House be instructed to procure a suitable flag for the capitol.

The resolution was adopted.

The committee appointed to arrange for the joint session to listen to the reading of the Governor's message reported that the time of the session had been fixed at 2 o'clock P. M.

On motion of Senator Warburton, at 11:10 o'clock A. M., the Senate adjourned until 1:45 o'clock P. M.

AFTERNOON SESSION.

President Daniels called the Senate to order at 1:45 P. M., pursuant to adjournment.

The secretary called the roll, all members being present.

Senator McReavy announced that he would be unable to at

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