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Ayes-Messrs. Briggs, Cooper, Davis of Cass, Davis of Washington, Daily, Doom, De Puy, Kline, Lee, Marquette, Noel, Norwood, Rankin, Roeder, Seymour, Shields, Stewart, Taffe, Wattles, Young.-20.

Nays-Nessrs. Clayes, Clark, Cassell, Dean, Fleming, Gwyer, Hall, Mason, Steele, Steinberger, Wasson.-11.

Carried.
The main question was now had.
Ayes and nays called:

Ayes—Messrs. Briggs, Collier, Cooper, Davis of Cass, Davis of Washington, Daily, Doom, De Puy, Kline, Lee, Marquette, Noel, Norwood, Rankin, Roeder, Seymour, Shields, Steinberger, Stewart, Taffe, Wasson, Wattles, Young.-23.

Nays-Messrs. Bramble, Cassell, Clark, Clayes, Dean, Fleming, Gwyer, Hall, Mason, Steele.-10.

Carried.

The following message was received from the Council:

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Council CHAMBER,

Sept. 30, 1858. Mr. Speaker:

I am instructed to inform your honorable body that the Council has passed

C. B. No. 22, “Memorial and joint resolution in relation to a Geological Survey."

Also, C. B. No. 9, “A bill for an act to establish a Territorial Board of Agriculture."

Also, C. B. No. 24, A bill for an act to authorize James Folden and A. L. Folden to build a mill dam across Weeping Water river.”

Also, C. B. No. 13, “ A bill for an act to amend an act entitled an act for locating, opening, repairing and changing county roads." And the concurrence of the House is requested.

S. M. CURRAN, Chief Clerk.

C. B. No. 12, "A bill for an act for the relief of Margaretta Cuming,"

Was read second time, and referred to Committee on Ways and Means.

C. B. No. 13, “A bill for an act to amend an act entitled an act for locating, opening, repairing and changing county roads, approved January 26, 1856,"

Was read first and second time, and referred to Committee on Roads.

C. B. No. 9, “A bill for an act to establish a Territorial Board of Agriculture."

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Was read first and second time, and referred to Committee on Agriculture. C. B. No. 24,

" A bill to authorize James Folden and A. L. Folden to build a mill dam across the Weeping Water river.”

Was read first time.

Mr. Clayes moved to suspend the rules, in order that the bill might be read a second time,

On which the ayes and nays were called. Ayes—Messrs. Bramble, Clayes, Collier, Davis of Cass, Davis of Washington, Daily, Dean, Doom, De Puy, Fleming, Gwyer, Hall, Lee, Marquette, Noel, Norwood, Rankin, Seymour, Steele, Wasson, Wattles, Young.-22.

Nays—Messrs, Briggs, Cassell, Clark, Cooper, Kline, Mason, Roeder, Shields, Steinberger, Stewart, Taffe, Speaker.-12.

A two-third vote being required to suspend the rule,
The motion was
Lost.

C.B. No. 22, “Memorial and joint resolution in relation to a Geological Survey."

Read first and second time, and referred to Committee on Federal Relations.

On motion of Mr. Mason,
The House took a recess for one half hour.
The House having resumed business,

Mr. Fleming from Committee on Federal Relations, to which was referred,

C. B. No. 22, "Memorial and joint resolution in relation to a Geological Survey"

Reported the same back to the House without amendment and recommended its passage.

On motion,
The report was accepted.

On motion of Mr. Mason,
The rule was suspended and the bill read a third time,
Passed and title agreed to.
Mr. Noel from Committee on Engrossing and Enrolling Bills reported

H. B. No. 13, “An act to authorize citizens to view the public records," as correctly engrossed.

Which bill was then read third time,
Passed and title agreed to.
Mr. Mason moved to adjourn.
Carried.
And the House adjourned at 124 o'clock.

FRIDAY, October 1, 1858. House met at the usual hour. Prayer by the Chaplain. Journal read and approved. Mr. Lee offered the following resolution:

Resolved, That in case incidental printing is desired necessary by this House, we will appoint a committee to confer with the Secretary of the Territory, to ascertain whether in his opinion such printing is needful, and should he assent, such committee are instructed to request him to procure such printing with the least possible delay.

On motion of Mr. Rankin,
The resolution was indefinitely postponed.
The following notices of bills were given:

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By Mr. Fleming,
Of a bill regulating ferries.

By Mr. Marquette, Of a bill to establish a ferry or toll bridge across Salt creek, some two miles from the mouth of said creek.

By Mr. Briggs, Of a bill entitled, an act to change the time of convening the Legislative Assembly.

Mr. Collier from Joint Committee on Joint Rules, submitted the following report:

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1. In every case of an amendment of a bill agreed to in one House, and dissented to in the other, if either House shall request a conference, and appoint a committee for that purpose, and the other House shall apppoint a committee to confer, such committee shall, at a convenient hour, to be agreed on by their chairman, meet and state to each other verbally, or in writing, as either shall choose, the reasons of their respective houses for and against the amendment, and confer freely thereon.

2. When a message shall be sent from the Council to the House of Representatives, it shall be announced at the door of the House by the Doorkeeper, and shall be respectfully communicated to the Chair by the person by whom it may be sent.

3. The same ceremony shall be observed when a message shall be sent from the House of Representatives to the Council.

4. Messages shall be sent by such persons as a sense of propriety in each House may determine to be proper, and they may be transmitted from one House to the other at any time, provided neither House shall have adjourned for a longer period than one day.

5. While bills are on their passage between the two Houses, they shall be on paper, and under the signature of the Chief Clerk of each House respectively.

6. After a bill shall have passed both Houses, it shall be duly enrolled by the Enrolling Clerk of the House of Representatives, or of the Council, as the bill may have originated in the one or the other House, before it shall be presented to the Governor of the Territory for his approval.

7. When bills are enrolled, they shall be examined by a joint committee of two from the Council and two from the House of Representatives, appointed as a Standing Committee for that purpose, who shall carefully compare the enrollment with the engrossed bills, as passed in the two Houses, and, correcting any errors that may be discovered in the enrolled bills, make their report forthwith to their respective Houses.

8. After examination and report, each bill shall be signed in the respective Houses, first by the Speaker of the House of Representatives, then by the President of the Council.

9. After a bill shall have been thus signed in each House, it shall be presented by the said committee to the Governor for his approbation (it being first indorsed on the back of the roll, certifying in which House the same originated; which indorsement shall be signed by the Chief Clerk of the House in which the same did originate), and shall be entered on the journal of each House. The said committee shall report the day of presentation to the Governor, which time shall also be carefully entered on the journal of each House.

10. All orders, resolutions and votes which are to be presented to the Governor of the Territory for his approbation, shall also, in the same marner, be enrolled, examined and signed, and shall be presented in the same manner, and by the same committee as provided in cases of bills.

11. When the Council and House of Representatives shall judge it proper to make a joint address to the Governor, it shall be presented to him by the President of the Council, in the presence of the Speaker and both Houses.

12. When a bill or resolution which has been passed in one House shall be rejected in the other, it shall not be brought in during the same session, without leave of two-thirds of that House in which it shall be renewed.

13. Each House shall transmit, in case they are demanded, all papers on which any bill or resolution shall be founded.

14. After each House shall have adhered to their disagreement, a bill or resolution shall be lost.

Mr. Daily moved that one hundred and fifty printed copies of the standing House rules and joint rules of the Council and House, be procured for the use of the House. Carried.

On motion of Mr. Clark, The Chief Clerk was ordered to procure the printing of the same. Mr. Fleming from Committee on Federal Relations, submitted the following report:

Mr. Speaker:

The Committee on Federal Relations, to whom was referred that portion of the Governor's Message relating to a Geological Survey of this Territory, most respectfully report, that your committee having had under consideration Council bill No. 22, being a memorial and joint resolution praying Congress for an appropriation to defray the expenses of such survey, and reported the same back to this House on yesterday, when said memorial and joint resolution was passed.

Your committee therefore deem it unnecessary to take any further action on that subject, as their views were fully comprehended in that memorial and joint resolution. Your committee would therefore ask to be discharged from the further consideration of the subject.

WM. C. FLEMING, Chairman.
On motion of Mr. Lee,
The report was adopted.

On motion of Mr. Fleming,
The House now proceeded to business on the Speaker's table.

C. B. No. 24, "A bill for an act to authorize James Folden and A. L. Folden to build a mill dam across the Weeping Water river,”.

Read second time and referred to Committee on Incorporations.

The resolution introduced on yesterday in relation to incidental printing, was now taken up.

Mr. Rankin moved to indefinitely postpone.
Ayes and nays called.

Ayes-Messrs. Bramble, Clark, Clayes, Collier, Dean, Fleming, Gwyer, Hall, Lee, Mason, Noel, Rankin, Shields, Steinberger, Steele.—15.

Nays-Messrs. Briggs, Cassell, Cooper, Davis of Cass, Davis of Washington, Dailey, Doom, De Puy, Marquette, Norwood, Roeder, Seymour, Stewart, Taffe, Wattles, Young.--16.

Lost.
Mr. Clayes submitted the following point of order, viz:

That the subject matter comprehended by the resolution was settled by a vote of the House on Wednesday last, on a motion to reconsider a - vote, by which the Secretary's communication and reports thereon were tabled.

The Speaker overruled the point of order.
Whereupon, Mr. Clayes appealed from the decision of the Chair.
On this question the ayes and nays were called—result as follows:

Ayes-Messrs. Briggs, Cassell, Collier, Cooper, Davis of Cass, Davis of Washington, Daily, Doom, De Puy, Kline, Lee, Marquette, Norwood, Roeder, Seymour, Shields, Steele, Stewart, Taffe, Wattles, Young.-21.

Nays-Messrs. Bramble, Clark, Clayes, Dean, Fleming, Gwyer, Hall, Mason, Noel, Rankin, Steinberger.--11.

Chair sustained.
The question now being on the adoption of the resolution,

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