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AMENDMENT.

Add to section 1, the following: "For salaries of district attorneys, which, with the $9,000 allowed in the general appropriation bill for expenses of the judiciary, equals $64,000, $55,000."

On motion of Senator Fulton, the amendments were adopted. Senator Kuykendall moved that the rules be further suspended and that the bill be considered engrossed, read third time now and placed on final passage.

On this question the roll was called and the vote was:

Those voting aye were

Senators Adams, Bates, Brownell, Cameron, Clem, Daly of Benton, Daly of Lake, Dufur, Fulton, Haines, Harmon, Haseltine, Howe, Josephi, Kelly, Kuykendall, Looney, Mackay, Michell, Morrow, Mulkey, Patterson, Porter, Proebstel, Reed, Selling, Smith, Wade and Mr. President-29.

Nays-None.

Absent-Senator Driver.

So the rules were suspended and the bill considered engrossed, read third time and placed on final passage.

The question being, "Shall the bill pass?" the roll was called and the vote was:

Those voting aye were

Senators Adams, Brownell, Cameron, Daly of Benton, Fulton, Harmon, Josephi, Kelly, Kuykendall, Michell, Mulkey, Porter, Proebstel, Reed, Smith and Mr. President-16.

Nays-Senators Bates, Clem, Daly of Lake, Haines, Haseltine, Howe, Looney, Mackay, Selling and Wade-10.

Absent-Senators Driver, Dufur, Morrow and Patterson-4. So the bill passed.

There being no objection, the title of the bill was ordered to stand as the title of the act.

Mr. President:

MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,)
SALEM, Oregon,

January 17, 1899.

I am directed by the speaker to inform you that he has signed senate bills Nos. 122 and 178.

And the same are herewith returned to you for your signature.

A. C. JENNINGS,
Chief clerk.

Mr. President:

MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
SALEM, Oregon,

February 17, 1899.

I am directed by the speaker to inform you that he has signed house bills Nos. 13, 362, 81, 232, 330, 237, house joint resolution No. 8, and house concurrent resolution No 15.

And the same are herewith transmitted to you for your signature.

A. C. JENNINGS,

Chief clerk.

MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE.

Mr. President:

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
SALEM, Oregon,
February 17, 1899.

I am directed by the speaker to inform you that the house has concurred in senate joint resolution No. 13.

And the same is herewith returned to you for enrollment.

A. C. JENNINGS,

Mr. President:

Chief clerk..

MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
SALEM, Oregon,
February 17, 1899.

I am directed by the speaker to inform you that the house has

passed senate bill No. 78.

And the same is herewith returned to you for enrollment.

A. C. JENNINGS,

Chief clerk.

MESSAGE FROM THE GOVERNOR.

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT,
SALEM, Oregon,
February 17, 1899.

To the honorable, the president of the senate:

I am directed by the governor to inform you that he has approved and signed the following bills: Senate bills Nos. 54, 171, 53, 107, 228, 34, and house bills Nos. 374, 110, 182, 339, 328, 353 and 222.

WALTER LYON,
Private secretary.

MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE.

Mr. President:

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
SALEM, Oregon,

February 17, 1899.

I am directed by the speaker to inform you that the house has passed senate bills Nos. 5 and 150.

And the same are herewith returned to you for enrollment.

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I am directed by the governor to inform you that he has approved and signed the following bills: Senate bills Nos. 231, 109, 96, 164, 88, 141, 22, 93, 83 and 200.

Mr. President:

WALTER LYONS,
Private secretary

MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
SALEM, Oregon,

February 17, 1899.

I am directed by the speaker to inform you that the house has passed senate bills Nos. 142 and 111.

And the same are herewith returned to you for enrollment.

A. C. JENNINGS,

Mr. President:

Chief clerk.

MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
SALEM, Oregon,
February 17, 1899.

I am directed by the speaker to inform you that the house has passed senate bill No. 146, with the amendments hereto attached:

AMENDMENT.

After the words "Gilliam county," strike out the words "two hundred and fifty dollars," and insert the following: "Four hundred dollars."

AMENDMENT.

After the words "Lane county," strike out "five hundred dollars," and insert "eight hundred dollars."

AMENDMENT.

After the words "Wallowa county," strike out "two hundred and fifty dollars," and insert "three hundred and fifty dollars." And the same is herewith transmitted to you for the consideration of the senate.

A. C. JENNINGS,
Chief clerk.

On motion of Senator Smith, the senate concurred in the amendments.

MESSAGE FROM THE GOVERNOR.

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT,
SALEM, Oregon,

To the honorable, the president of the senate:

February 17, 1899.

I am directed by the governor to inform you that he has approved and signed the following bills: Senate bills Nos. 6 and 114, and house bills Nos. 297, 139, 140, 319, 238, 15, 366, 148 and 329.

Mr. President:

WALTER LYONS,

Private secretary.

MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
SALEM, Oregon,

February 17, 1899.

I am directed by the speaker to inform you that the house has passed senate bill No. 17, with the following amendments:

AMENDMENT.

Strike out all of the enacting clause and insert in lieu the following as an amendment:

Whereas, the Oregon Historical Society has been incorporated and organized under the laws of this state for the purpose of collecting and preserving a library of historical literature relative to the settlement and acquisition of the Oregon territory and relative to the history of this state, and for the accomplishment of other cognate objects of public interest; and

Whereas, said society has agreed to do all of its work and hold all of its collections of material for the use and benefit of all of the people of this state, and the state is interested in the prosecution and success of its objects and should contribute aid to the

same.

Section 1. That there be, and hereby is, appropriated from any moneys in the treasury not otherwise appropriated, to the Oregon Historical Society the sum of two [three] thousand dollars ($2,000) [$3,000] the same to be paid by the state treasurer to the treasurer of said Oregon Historical Society when available.

Section 2. That the state printer be, and hereby is, authorized and empowered to perform all of the printing for said Oregon Historical Society under the direction of its secretary or board of directors at the cost of the state to the amount and value of five hundred dollars ($500) for each of the years 1899 and 1900, the computations and measurements of said printing to be the same as otherwise provided and allowed for like classes of work.

Section 3. Inasmuch as said Oregon Historical Society is desirous of immediately entering upon its work, and in order that it may so proceed stands in urgent need of the aid hereby provided, an emergency is declared to exist, and this act shall take effect and be in force from and after its approval by the governor. And the same is herewith returned to you for enrollment:

A. C. JENNINGS,
Chief clerk.

Senator Fulton moved that the senate concur in the amendments.

The motion was lost, and the senate refused to concur in the amendments.

MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE.

Mr. President:

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
SALEM, Oregon,
February 17, 1899.

I am directed by the speaker to inform you that he has signed senate bills Nos. 39, 143 and 176.

And the same are herewith returned to you for your signature.

A. C. JENNINGS,
Chief clerk.

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