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Agreeably to order, The Senate resumed the third reading and consideration of Senate bill No. 725, entitled "An act providing for the certificates of licensure to practice medicine and surgery to certain persons who served in the Army or Navy of the United States or any branch or unit thereof."

And said bill having been read at length the third time, and agreed to,

And the amendments made thereto, having been printed as required by the Constitution, On the question,

Shall the bill pass finally? The yeas and nays were taken agreeably to the provisions of the Constitution, and were as follows, viz:

YEAS. Messrs. Frank E. Baldwin, Richard J. Baldwin, Barnes, Barr, Beales, Boyd, Campbell, Craig, Crow, Daix, Davis, De Witt, Donahue, Einstein, Eyre, Graff, Gray, Hackett, Haldeman, Heaton, Herron, Homsher, Jones, Leiby, Leslie, Marlow, Martin, McConnell, McNichol, Mearkle, Summerfield J. Miller, Murdoch, Nason, Patton, Phipps, Salus, Sassaman, Schantz, Smith, Snyder, Sones, Tompkins, Turner, Vare, Weaver, Whitten, Woodward and Buckman, Pres. Pro Tem.—18.

NAYS. None. A majority of all the Senators having voted "aye” the question was determined in the affirmative.

Ordered, That the Clerk present said bill to the House of Representatives for concurrence.

Agreeably to order, The Senate resumed the third reading and consideration of Senate bill No. 764, entitled "An act to further amend section one of an act approved the eighth day of April, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight (Pamphlet Laws seventy-three), entitled 'An act to authorize the recorder of deeds in the several counties of this Commonwealth to record the discharges of all honorably discharged officers and soldiers,' as amended; providing for the payment by the county of fees to the recorder of deeds for the recording of the discharges of soldiers, sailors and marines."

And said bill having been read at length the third time, and agreed to,

And the amendments made thereto, having been printed as required by the Constitution, On the question,

Shall the bill pass finally?

The yeas and nays were taken agreeably to the provisions of the Constitution, and were as follows, viz:

Y E AS.

Messrs. Frank E. Baldwin, Richard J. Baldwin, Barnes, Barr, Beales, Boyd, ('ampbell, Craig, Crow, Daix, Davis, DeWitt, Donahue, Einstein, Eyre, Grafl, Gray, Hackett, Haldeman, Heaton, Hergon, Homsher, Jones, Leiby, Leslie, Marlow, Martin, McConnell, McNichol, Mearkle, Summerfield J. Miller, Murdoch, Nason, Patton, Phipps, Salus, Sassaman, Schantz, Smith, Snyder, Sones, Tompkins, Turner, Vare, Weaver, Whitten, Woodward and Buckman, Pres. Pro Tem.-48.

NAYS.

None.

A majority of all the Senators having voted "aye” the question was determined in the affirmative.

Ordered, That the Clerk present said bill to the House of Representatives for concurrence.

Agreeably to order, The Senate resumed the third reading and consideration of Senate bill No. 818, entitled "An act amending section one of an act approved on the eleventh day of July, Anno Domini one thousand nine hundred and seventeen, entitled 'An act authorizing appeals to the Superior Court in all habeas corpus cases involving the custody of children.'"

And said bill having been read at length the third time, and agreed to,

And the amendments made thereto, having been printed as required by the Constitution, On the question,

Shall the bill pass finally?
The yeas and nays were taken agreeably to the provisions of
Constitution, and were as follows, viz:

YEAS.
Messrs. Frank E. Baldwin, Richard J. Baldwin, Barnes, Barr,
Beales, Boyd, ('ampbell, Craig, Crow, Daix, Davis, DeWitt, Donahue,
Einstein, Eyre, Grail, Gray, Hackett, Haldeman, Heaton, lerron,
Homsher, Jones, Leiby, Leslie, Marlow, Martin, McConnell, McNichol,
Mearkle, Summerfield J. Miller, Murdoch, Nason, Patton, Phipps,
Salus, Sassaman, Schantz, Smith, Snyder, Sones, Tompkins, Turner,
Vare, Weaver, Whitten, Woodward and Buckman, Pres. Pro Tem.-48.

N AY S. None. A majority of all the Senators having voted "aye” the question was determined in the affirmative.

Ordered, That the Clerk present said bill to the House of Representatives for concurrence.

Agreeably to order, The Senate proceeded to the third reading and consideration of Senate bill No. 306 (House bill No. 129), entitled "An act to amend the second section of an act entitled 'An act relating to unclaimed deposits in savings banks and transfer of stock,' approved the seventeenth day of April, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and seventy-two (Pamphlet Laws sixty-two), so as to provide that the Auditor-General, State Treasurer and Attorney General may upon satisfactory proof of ownership order the refund to persons entitled thereto of the amounts of deposits paid into the State Treasury under the provisions of said act with interest thereon in place of requiring a suit for such refund to be instituted in the court of common pleas of Dauphin County."

And said bill having been read at length the third time, and agreed to, On the question,

Shall the bill pass finally? The yeas and nays were taken agreeably to the provisions of the Constitution, and were as follows, viz:

YEAS.

Messrs. Frank E. Baldwin, Richard J. Baldwin, Barnes, Barr, Beales, Boyd, Campbell, Craig, Crow, Daix, Davis, DeWitt, Donahue, Einstein, Eyre, Graff, Gray, Hackett, Haldeman, Heaton, Herron, Homsher, Jones, Leiby, Leslie, Marlow, Martin, McConnell, McNichol, Mearkle, Summerfield J. Miller, Murdoch, Nason, Patton, Phipps, Salus, Sassaman, Schantz, Smith, Snyder, Sones, Tompkins, Turner, Vare, Weaver, Whitten, Woodward and Buckman, Pres. Pro Tem.-48.

NAYS.

None.

A majority of all the Senators having voted “aye” the question was determined in the affirmative.

Ordered, That the Clerk return said bill to the House of Representatives with information that the Senate has passed the same without amendments.

Agreeably to order, The Senate proceeded to the third reading and consideration of Senate bill No. 342, entitled "An act to amend section forty-nine of an act approved the seventh day of June, one thousand nine hundred and seventeen (Pamphlet Laws four hundred and forty-seven), entitled 'An act relating to the administration and distribution of the estates of decedents, and of minors, and of trust estates, including the appointment, bonds, rights, powers, duties, liabilities, accounts, discharge and removal of executors, administrators, guardians and trustees, herein designated as fiduciaries; the administration and distribution of the estates of presumed decedents; widow's and chil

dren's exemptions, debts of decedents, rents of real estate as assets for payment thereof, the lien thereof, sales and mortgages of real estate for the payment thereof,-judgments and executions therefor, and the discharge of real estate from the lien thereof; contracts of decedents for the sale or purchase of real estate; legacies including legacies charged on land, the discharge of residuary estates and of real estate from the lien of legacies and other charges; the appraisement of real estate devised at a valuation, the ascertainment of the curtilage of dwelling houses or other buildings devised, the abatement and survial of actions and the substitution of executors and administrators therein, and suits against fiduciaries, investments by fiduciaries; the organization of corporations to carry on the business of decedents; the audit and review of accounts of fiduciaries, refunding bonds, transcripts to the court of common pleas of balances due by fiduciaries; the rights, powers and liabilities of non-resident and foreign fiduciaries; the appointment, bonds, rights, powers, duties

bilities of trustees durante absentia, the recording and registration of decrees, reports and other proceedings and the fees therefor, appeals in certain cases, and also generally dealing with the jurisdiction, powers and procedure of the orphans' court in all matters relating to fiduciaries concerned with the estates of decedents.

And said bill having been read at length the third time, and agreed to,

And the amendments made thereto, having been printed as required by the Constitution, On the question,

Shall the bill pass finally? The yeas and nays were taken agreeably to the provisions of the Constitution, and were as follows, viz:

YEAS. Messrs. Frank E. Baldwin, Richard J. Baldwin, Barnes, Barr, Beales, oyd, ('ampbell, Craig, Crow, Daix, Davis, DeWitt, Donahue, Einstein, Eyre, Graff, Gray, Hackett, Haldeman, Heaton, Herron, Homsher, Jones, Leiby, Leslie, Marlow, Martin, McConnell, McNichol, Mearkle, Summerfield J. Miller, Murdoch, Nason, Patton, Phipps, Salus, Sassaman, Schantz, Smith, Snyder, Sones, Tompkins, Turner, Vare, Weaver, Whitten, Woodward and Buckman, Pres. Pro Tem.-48.

NAYS. None. A majority of all the Senators having voted "aye” the question was determined in the affirmative.

Ordered, That the Clerk present said bill to the House of Representatives for concurrence.

Agreeably to order, The Senate proceeded to the third reading and consideration of Senate bill No. 346, entitled “An act to amend clause (a), section

fifteen of an act approved the seventh day of June, one thousand nine hundred and seventeen (Pamphlet Laws four hundred and fortyseven), entitled 'An act relating to the administration and distribution of the estates of decedents, and of minors, and of trust estates, including the appointment, bonds, rights, powers, duties, liabilities, accounts, discharge and removal of executors, administrators, guardians and trustees, herein designated as fiduciaries; the administration and distribution of the estates of presumed decedents; widow's and children's exemptions, debts of decedents, rents of real estate as assets for payment thereof, the lien thereof, sales and mortgages of real estate for the payment thereof, judgments and executions therefor, and the discharge of real estate from the lien thereof; contracts of decedents for the sale or purchase of real estate; legacies including legacies charged on land, the discharge of residuary estates and of real, for a term less than one year either by license or lease for an estate from the lien of legacies and other charges; the appraisement of real estate devised at a valuation, the ascertainment of the curtilage of dwelling houses or other buildings devised, the abatement and survival of actions and the substitution of executors and administrators therein, and suits against fiduciaries, investments of fiduciaries; the organization of corporations to carry on the business of decedents; the audit and review of aecounts of fiduciaries, refunding bonds, transcripts to the court of common pleas of balances due by fiduciaries; the rights, powers and liabilities of non-resident and foreign fiduciaries; the appointment, bonds, rights, powers, duties and liabilities of trustees durante absentia, the recording and registration of decrees, reports and other proceedings and the fees therefor, appeals in certain cases, and also generally dealing with the jurisdiction, powers and procedure of the orphans' court in all matters relating to fiduciaries concerned with the estates of decedents.''

And said bill having been read at length the third time, and agreed to, On the question,

Shall the bill pass finally? The yeas and nays were taken agreeably to the provisions of the Constitution, and were as follows, viz:

YEAS. Messrs. Frank E. Baldwin, Richard J. Baldwin, Barnes, Barr, Beales, Boyd, Campbell, Craig, Crow, Daix, Davis, DeWitt, Donahue, Einstein, Eyre, Graff, Gray, Hackett, Haldeman, Heaton, Herron, Homsher, Jones, Leiby, Leslie, Marlow, Martin, McConnell, McNichol, Mearkle, Summerfield J. Miller, Murdoch, Nason, Patton, Phipps, Salus, Sassaman, Schantz, Smith, Snyder, Sones, Tompkins, Turner, Vare, Weaver, Whitten, Woodward and Buckman, Pres. Pro Tem:-48.

NAYS.

None.

85–Sen. Jour.

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