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Upon roll call the vote on the substitute resulted: Ayes: Ballinger Bone, Becker, Bryan, Daniels, Ferris, Fuller, Gandy, Gayman, Hogg, Ingmire, Logan, Lydick, Maxwell, McBride, Noffsinger, Robinson, Walker, Woods, Ross, 20; nays: Craig, Levy, Prouty, Taylor, Mr. Speaker, 5; absent, 1.

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The Committee on Agriculture reported as follows: Mr. Speaker:

The Committee on Agriculture recommend that House Bill No.

38 do pass.

JOHN INGMIRE,

Chairman. The report was adopted.

The Committee on Criminal Jurisprudence reported as follows: Mr. Speaker:

The Committee on Criminal Jurisprudence recommend that House Bill No. 17 do "pass.

J. P. BECKER,

Chairman. The report was adopted.

The Committee on Quarantine reported as follows: Mr. Speaker:

The Committee on Quarantine recommend that House Bills Nos. 2 and 56 do pass, and House Bill No. 24 do not pass.

W. N. WALKER,

Chairman. The report was adopted.

The Committee on Enrolled and Engrossed Bills reported as follows:

Mr. Speaker:

The Committee on Enrolled and Engrossed Bills report that House Bill No. 15 and substitute House Bill No. Y are correctly engrossed.

B. B. BONE,

Chairman. The report was adopted.

The following bills were introduced and read the first time:

House Bill No. 132, by Mr. Gandy.
House Bill No. 133, by Mr. Ross.
House Bill No. 134, by Mr. Ross.
House Bill No. 135, by Mr. Robinson.
House Bill No. 136, by Mr. Robinson.
House Bill No. 137, by Mr. Robinson.
House Bill No. 138, by Mr. Robinson.
House Bill No. 139, by Mr. Noffsinger.
House Bill No. 140, by Mr. Logan.
House Bill No. 141, by Mr. Logan.
House Bill No. 142, by Mr. Logan.
House Bill No. 143, by Mr. Bone.
House Bill No. 144, by Mr. Ferris.
Mr. Lydick introduced House Resolution No. 6, as follows:

A Resolution providing for the preparation of a General Appropriation Bill.

"Be It Resolved, by the House of Representatives of the Eighth Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Oklahoma,

"That the Committee on Appropriations of the House of Representatives is hereby requested, authorized and directed to prepare and submit to this House on or before the thirty-ninth day of the session, a general appropriation bill, which bill shall include so far as possible and, in the opinion of said Committee, practicable, all appropriations of money which should be made by the Eighth Legislative Assembly."

Upon motion by Mr. Lydick to suspend the rules and pass the resolution to its second reading, the vote to suspend the rules on roll call resulted: Ayes: Ballinger, Becker, Bone, Bryan, Craig, Daniels, Ferris, Fuller, Gayman, Hogg, Ingmire, Levy, Logan, Lydick, Maxwell, McBride, Noffsinger, Prouty, Robinson, Ross, Taylor, Walker, Woods, Mr. Speaker, 24; nays: Gandy, 1; absent: Jester, 1.

The resolution was read the second time and upon roll call the vote resulted: Ayes: Ballinger, Becker, Bone, Bryan, Craig, Daniels, Ferris, Fuller, Gandy, Gayman, Hogg, Ingmire, Levy, Logan, Lydick, Maxwell, McBride, Noffsinger, Prouty, Robinson, Ross, Taylor Walker, Woods, Mr. Speaker; absent: Jester, 1. The resolution was adopted.

The following bills were read the second time and referred to committee:

House Bill No. 127, Committee on Compensation of Public Offi

cers.

House Bill No. 128, Committee on Banks and Banking.
House Bill No. 129, Committee on Education.
House Bill No. 130, Committee on Ways and Means.
House Bill No. 131, Committee on Municipal Corporations.

l'pon motion by Mr. Ross the House resolved itself into a committee of the whole for the purpose of considering bills on the calendar. The Speaker called Mr. Daniels to the Chair.

The Committee of the Whole arose and reported that House Bill No. 41 be made a special order for Wednesday, February 1, at 2 o'clock P. M.; that on House Bill No. 5+ report progress be reported and leave asked to sit again; on House Bill No. 60 progress reported and leave asked to sit again. The report of the committee was adopted.

Upon motion by Mr. Becker the House adjourned.

AFTERNOOX SESSIOX..

The House reconvened with the Speaker in the Chair.

Upon motion the House resolved itself into a committee of the whole for the purpose of considering House Bill No. 58, Special Order; the Speaker invited Mr. Daniels to take the Chair.

The following message was received from the Council: Mr. Speaker:

I have the honor to transmit through you, to the House, Council Bill No. 1 and Council Bill No. 7, whcih have passed the ('ouncil.

J. P. JAYNE,

Chief Clerk.

The Committee of the Whole arose and reported that House Bill No. 58 be made a Special Order for Thursday, February 2, at 2 o'clock, P. M.; that House Bill No. 60 do pass as amended. The report was adopted.

Upon motion by Mr. Ross, House Bill No. 60 was ordered engrossed and placed upon its third reading and final passage.

The following Council Bills were read the first time and passed to their second reading :

Council Bill No. 1.
Council Bill No. 7.

The following bills on their third reading were read and placed upon their final passage.

The roll call on the final passage of Substitute House Bill No. 7 resulted: Aves: Ballinger, Becker, Bone, Bryan, Craig, Daniels, Ferris, Gandy, Hogg, Ingmire, Lery, Logan; Lydick, Maxwell, McBride, Noffsinger, Prouty, Robinson, Ross, Taylor, Walker, Woods, Mr. Speaker, 23; absent: Fuller, Gayman, Jester, 3.

The Speaker declared the Substitute Bill passed and the entitling and enacting clause agreed to.

The roll call on the final passage of House Bill No. 15 resulted : Ayes: Ballinger, Becker, Bone, Bryan, Craig, Daniels, Ferris, Fuller, Gandy, Gayman, Hogy, Ingmire, Levy, Logan, Lydick, Maxwell, McBride, Noffsinger, Prouty, Robinson, Ross, Taylor, Walker, Woods, Mr. Speaker, 25; absent 1.

The Committee on Enrolled and Engrossed Bills reported as follows:

Mr. Speaker:

The Committee on Enrolled and Engrossed Bills report that we have carefully compared House Bills No. 30 and No. 14 and find the same correctly engrossed.

B. B. BONE,

Chairman.

The roll call on the final passage of House Bill No. 30 resulted : Ayes: Ballinger, Becker, Bryan, Craig, Ferris, Fuller, Gayman, Hogy, ingmire, Levy, Logan, Lydick, Maxwell, Xoffsinger, Prouty. Robinson, Ross, Taylor, Walker, Wood, Mr. Speaker, 21; nays: Bone, Daniels, Gandy, McBride, 4; absent: Jester, 1.

The Speaker declared the bill passed and the entitling and enacting clauses agreed to.

Mr. Gandy explained his vote, stating that if House Bill No. 30 is passed, it will create an extra expense, and taxes are heavy enough, therefore he voted "No."

Mr. Maxwell explains his vote, saying that he voted “aye” with the understanding that any one who has prairie dogs and cares to do so may keep them.

Mr. McBride explains his vote, saying that in his country it would make a great expense to undertake to exterminate prairie dogs, as there is a lot of Indian land on which are found prairie dogs, therefore he voted "No."

The roll call on the final passage of House Bill No. 14 resulted: Ayes: Ballinger, Becker, Bone, Bryan, Craig, Daniels, Ferris, Gayman, Hogg, Ingmire, Logan, Lydick, Maxwell, McBride, Noffsinger, Prouty, Ross, Robinson, Taylor, Walker, Wood, Mr. Speaker, 22; nays: Gandy, Levy, 2; absent, Jester, Fuller, 2.

The following message was received from the Council: Mr. Speaker:

I have the honor to transmit through you to the House, Council Bill No. 12, which has passed the Council.

J. P. JAYNE,

Chief Clerk.

The Speaker declared House Bill No. 14 passed and the entitling and enacting clauses agreed to.

Council Bill No. 12 was read for the first time.

Upon motion by Mr. Becker the House adjourned until 10 o'clock A. M., January 27, 1905.

JESSE B. NORTON,

Speaker.

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