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REPORT FROM THE COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE-
by Mr Stewart, reporting back revenue bill....

125
Seymour,
HB No 6.

146
Collier,

9.

192
REPORT FROM THE COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE--
By Mr Seymour, reporting back C B No 9.

84
29

109
HB No 40.

117
102,

167
REPORT FROM THE COMMITTEE ON CORPORATIONS-
by Mr Stewart, reporting back C B No's 7, 28, 36, 44, 45.... 106
HB No’s 44, 46, 49

106
CB No's 54, 65, 66, and
HB No's 25, 52

111
CB No’s 72, 78, 87, and
HB No's 57, 58, 56...

111
71, 78, 69, 70.

132
85, 36, 78, and
CB No 24,

155
Η Β No
93,

162
111, 110, 86, and
CB No's 64, 76, 95, 123, 121,
89, 99, 117.

187
Seymour,
HB No. 132

202
Stewart,

137

211
85

212
134

216
142

221
CB No's 120, 53, and
HB No
148.

229
REPORT FROM COMMITTEE ON ENGROSSED AND ENROLLED Bills-

65
by Mr Noel, reporting back H B No 13..

24...

80

108
4, 38, 40, 52, 53, 54. . 123
46..

124
20.

125
31, 33, 47, 56, 57, 58.

128
14, 59, 63, 65, 67.. 147
28, 39, 63, 76 ..

157
48, 27, 25, 54, 53, 37.... 165
50, 82..

177
105, 71, 84, 78

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181
6

181
83, 89, 45, 87, 69, 80, 103,

129, 94, 62, 12, 72, 119. 197
REPORT FROM THE COMMITTEE ON MILITIA-

61
by Mr Steinberger, reporting back C B No 15.
REPORT FROM THE COMMITTEE ON LIBRARY

184
by Mr Gwyer, reporting back H B No 99....

10.

58.

REPORT FROM THE COMMITTEE ON BANKS AND CURRENCY
by Mr De Puy, reporting back H B No 30....

193
Clayes,

96.

235
REPORT FROM THE COMMITTEE ON PRIVILEGES AND ELECTIONS-
by Mr Briggs, reporting back H B No 59...

107
CB No 77.

129
60.

145
REPORT FROM THE COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS-
by Mr Daily, reporting back H B No 6.

98
C B No 57..

110

180
Kline,

12.

202
REPORT FROM THE COMMITTEE ON CREDENTIALS.

4
REPORT FROM THE COMMITTEE ON CONFERENCE-
by Mr Gwyer, reporting back C B No 13..

107
Seymour,

3..

226
Gwyer, minority report on same.
Davis (Cass), reporting back C B No 45....

253
RESOLUTIONS INTRODUCED INTO THE HOUSE
admitting ex-members within the bar..

8
relative to mail matter for the house.

16
to print the governor's message.

17
to hold but one session each day..

17
requesting information from the secretary relative to news-
papers, public printing and per diem.

17
relative to the civil and criminal code..

18
to prohibit the introduction of local acts..
to print the governor's message in German..

26
to print 2000 copies of the message...

32
to furnish members with territorial papers.

35
relative to a wagon road from the Platte river to the L'eau-
qui-Court.

35
members allowed to speak but ten minutes upon the same
subject

35
legislative expenses.

38
relative to correspondence between the secretary and depart-

42
the clerk to procure the incidental printing done....

46
to authorize the engrossing and enrolling clerk to employ an
assistant ....

80
relative to No 30 of house rules..

84
to excuse J B Wasson for non-attendance during the extra
session.

83
to authorize the sergeant-at-arms to procure copies of the Ne-

braskian, wherein is published the criminal code.. .. 139
to excuse J D Ramsey for non-attendance during the extra
session

143
on the final passage of all bills the ayes and nays to be
called ..

147

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RESOLUTIONS INTRODUCED INTO THE HOUSE-

to invite the editor of the Milwaukie Wisconsin inside the
bar ..

148
to prohibit smoking within the bar of the house

161
to prohibit members from arrest during session of the house. 175
to authorize the engrossing clerk to employ help.

192
of thanks to J G Chapman...

207
to go into joint convention to elect a printer.

208
to take up the business on the speaker's table.

208
on the adoption of a resolution declaring RW Furnas elected
printer ..

220
tendering thanks to E G McNeely, H McNeely, E H Rogers,
JD N Thompson and others...

221
tendering thanks to the Hon H P Bennet, speaker of the house 222
SECRETARY, message from...

20, 183
SPEAKER, appeals from decision of

81
STEWART, JAMES, appeared...

4
appointed speaker pro tem.

4
was qualified.

5
bills introduced..

34, 38, 71, 79, 193, 198
motions 8, 16, 17, 25, 32, 45, 47, 76, 88, 99, 125, 138, 142,

228, 237
SEYMOUR, J H, appeared..

4
was qualified..

5
bills introduced.

46, 150, 167, 228
motions 3, 5, 32, 140, 141, 143, 144, 145, 146, 150, 163,

170, 171, 175, 194, 225, 237
STEELE, R W, appeared

4
was qualified.

5
bills introduced.

19, 24, 27, 126, 169
motions 16, 20, 24, 25, 26, 32, 47, 65, 66, 74, 82, 86, 93,

140, 174, 187, 209, 221, 222, 229, 236, 238
resolutions

139
petitions

102, 208
STEINBERGER, J A, appeared.

4
was qualified..

5
bills introduced.

26, 79, 151, 202
motions 3, 4, 5, 27, 43, 58, 66, 69, 80, 91, 93, 94, 97, 99,

138, 141, 152, 179, 180, 198, 203, 204, 205, 222, 224, 248
resolutions

8
SHIELDS, MATTHEW, appeared. .

4
was qualified..

5
bills introduced.

35, 121
SMITH, Rev., elected chaplain

n
TAFFE, JOHN, appeared..

4
was qualified.

5
bills introduced

127, 167, 216
motions

138, 149, 244
resolutions..

84, 205
petitions ..

161
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THOMPSON, JD N, elected sergeant-at-arms

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TREASURER, report of..

13
WATTLES, SH, appeared

4
was qualified..

5
bills introduced

230
.motions....

203
Wasson, JB, appeared.

46
was qualified, .

46
bills introduced.

71, 76, 101, 106, 184
motions ...

96, 180
Young, W J, appeared.

4
was qualified.

5
motions.

23, 24, 26, 63, 97, 157, 190, 213, 236
resolutions

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