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The report was adopted.

The Committee on Private Corporations reported as follows:

Mr. Speaker:

The Committee on Private Corporations recommend that House Bills Nos. 83 and 45 do pass.

W. W. NOFFSINGER,

Chairman.

The report was adopted.

The Committee on Ways and Means reported as follows:

Mr. Speaker:

The Committee on Ways and Means recommend that House Bill No. 25 do not pass.

DYKE BALLINGER,

Chairman. The report was adopted.

The Committee on Railroads reported as follows:

Mr. Speaker:

The Committee on Railroads recommend that House Bill No. 62 be printed and be placed on the Calendar.

WESLEY TAYLOR,

Chairman. The report was adopted.

The Committee on County and Township Organization reported as follows:

Mr. Speaker:

The ('ommittee on County and Township Organization recommend that House Bill No. 69 do pass and that House Bills No. 110 and No. 113 do not pass.

A. J. ROSS,

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 House Bill No. 60 correctly engrossed.

B. B. BONE

Chairman. The report was adopted.

The Committee on Banks and Banking reported as follows:

Mr. Speaker:

The Committee on Banks and Banking recommend that House Bill No. 128 do pass.

W. N. WALKER,

Chairman. The report was adopted.

House Resolution No. ☺ was read the second time.

Mr. Ferris moved the Resolution be adopted as read.

Upon roll call the vote resulted: Ayes: Craig, Ferris, Hoyg, Levy, Logan, Lydick, Maxwell, 7; nays: Becker, Bone, Daniels, Gandy,

, Gayman, Noffsinger, Prouty, Ross, Taylor, Walker, Woods, Mr. Speaker, 12; absent: Ballinger, Bryan, Fuller, Ingmire, Jester, McBride and Robinson, n. The motion was lost,

The following bills were introduced and read the first time:
House Bill No. 156, by Mr. Daniels.
House Bill No. 157, by Mr. Noffsinger.
House Bill No. 158, by Mr. Hogg.
House Bill No. 159, by Mr. Hogg.
House Bill No. 160, by Mr. Prouty.
House Bill No. 161, by Mr. Prouty.
House Bill No. 162, by Mr. Craig.
House Bill No. 163, by Mr. Logan.
Mr. Taylor introduced House Joint Resolution No. 5 as follows:

“Resolved: That January 29 be recognized as McKinley Day, a committee of three be appointed by the House, and the Council be requested to appoint a like committee, to prepare a program for Monday, January 30, (January 29 beiny Sunday) afternoon, and that the two Houses sit together to carry out that program; should the Council refuse to acquiesce, that the Committee of the House act independently.”

Upon motion that the rules be suspended and the resolution can be adopted, the roll call resulted: Ayes: Becker, Bone, Craig, Daniels, Ferris, Gandy, Gayman, Hogg, Levy, Logan, Lydick, Maxwell, Noffsinger, Prouty, Ross, Taylor, Walker, Woods, Mr. Speaker, 19; absent, Ballinger, Bryan, Fuller, Ingmire, Jester, McBride, Robinson, 7. The motion carried.

House Joint Resolution No. 5 was read the second time and adopted upon roll call as follows: Ayes: Becker, Bone, Craig, Daniels, Ferris, Gandy, Gayman, Hogg, Levy, Logan, Lydick, Maxwell, Noffsinger, Prouty, Ross, Taylor, Walker, Woods, Mr. Speaker, 19; absent, Ballinger, Bryan, Fuller, Ingmire, Jester, McBride and Robinson, 7.

The Speaker in compliance thereto, appointed the following Commtitee: Mr. Ross, Mr. Becker, Mr. Hogg.

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

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House Bill No. 145, Committee on Elections and Legislative Apportionment.

House Bill No. 146, Committee on Ways and Means.
House Bill No. 147, Committee on Ways and Means.
House Bill No. 148, Committee on Education.
House Bill No. 149, Committee on Education.
House Bill No. 150, Committee on Agriculture.
House Bill No. 151, Committee on Agriculture.
House Bill No. 152, Committee on Education.
House Bill No. 153, Committee on Roads and Highways.

House Bill No. 154, Committee on County and Township Organization.

House Bill No. 155, Committee on Roads and Highways.

Upon motion by Mr. Wood that the House adjourn, the roll was called and resulted: Ayes: Becker, Craig, Ferris, Gayman, Hogg, Levy, Logan, Maxwell, Noffsinger, Prouty, Taylor, Walker, Wood, Mr. Speaker, 1+; nays: Bone, Daniels, Gandy, Ross, 4; absent, .Ballinger, Bryan, Fuller, Ingmire, Jester, Lydick, McBride and Robinson, 7.

The motion carried and the House adjourned.

AFTERNOON SESSION.

The House reconvened with the Speaker in the chair.

Mr. Gandy moved that the House resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole for the purpose of considering bills on the Calendar. The motion carried.

The Speaker invited Mr. Bone to the chair.

The Committee of the Whole arose and reported as follows:

Mr. Speaker:

The Committee of the Whole having had under consideration House Bill No. 54, recommend that the same do pass as amended by the Committee, and House Bill No. 71 do pass.

The report was adopted.

Mr. Daniels asked that the records be corrected in regard to his mileage. The Speaker ordered the correction made.

Mr. Noffsinger moved that when the House. do adjourn it adjourn until Monday, 2 o'clock P. M., January 30, 1905. The motion carried.

Upon motion by Mr. Becker the House adjourned.

JESSE B. NORTON,

Speaker.

TWENTIETH DAY

Guthrie, Oklahoma Territory,

Sunday, January 29, 1905.

NO SESSION.

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