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Pys, Salus, Sassaman, Schantz, Smith, Snvier, Sones, Tompkins, Pirac, Vare, Weaver, Whitten and Woodward.-17.

NAYS. None. A majorits of all the Senators having voted "ay:" the question was determined in the affirmative.

Ordered, That the Clerk present the same to the House of Representatives for concurrenc.

Agreeably to order, The Senate resumed the consideration of Senate bill No. 916. entitled "An act authorizing cities of the third class to surrender their charter and be constituted a borough and providing the procedure Therefor."

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

And the amendments made thereto having been printed as le quired by the Constitution. On the question,

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

YEAS. Messrs. Frank E. Baldwin, Richard J. Baldwin, Barnes, Barr, Beales, Boyd, Buckman, Campbell, Craig, Crow, Daix, Davis, De Witt, Donahue, Eyre, Graff, Gray. Hackett, Haldeman, Heaton, Herron, Homsher, Jones, Leiby, Leslie, Marlow, Martin, McConnell, Mearkle, John S. Miller, Summerfield J. Miller, Murdoch, Nason, Patton, l'hipps, Salus, Sassaman, Schantz, Smith, Snyder, Sones, Tompkins, Turner, Vare, Weaver, Whitten and Woodward.--47.

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

Ordered. That the Clerk present the same to the House of Representatives for concurrence.

Agreeably to order, The Senate proceeded to the third reading and consideration of Senate bill No. 383 (House bill No. 439), entitled “An act to amend section five of an act approved the fifth day of February, one thousand eight hundred and seventy-five (Pamphlet Laws fifty-six), entitled *An act relative to the establishment and jurisdiction of magistrates' courts in the city of Philadelphia."

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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, Buckman, ('ampbell, Craig, Crow, Daix, Davis, DeWitt, Donahue, Eyre, Grafl, Gray, Hackett, Haldeman, Heaton, Herron, Homsher, Jones, Leiby, Leslie, Marlow, Martin, McConnell, Mearkle, John S. Miller, Summerfield J. Miller, Murdoch, Nason, Patton, Phipps, Salus, Sassaman, Schantz, Smith, Snyder, Sones, Tompkins, Turner, Vare, Weaver, Whitten and Woodward.-47.

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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. 1553 (House bill No. 464), entitled "An act relating to the qualifications of students in the schools, normal schools, colleges and universities of the State and the graduation of certain students of normal schools who served as soldiers, sailors or marines during the war with Germany and providing a penalty for failure to comply therewith.”

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, Buckman, Campbell, Craig, Crow, Daix, Davis, DeWitt, Donahue, Eyre, Graff, Gray, Hackett, Haldeman, Heaton, Herron, Homsher, Jones, Leiby, Leslie, Marlow, Martin, McConnell, Mearkle,

John S. Miller, Summerfield J. Miller, Murdoch, Nason, Patton, Phipps, Salus, Sassaman, Schantz, Smith, Snyder, Sones, Tompkins, Turner, Vare, Weaver, Whitten and Woodward.--47.

WAYS

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 with amendments in which, the concurrence of the Ilouse is requested.

Agreeably to order, The Senate proceeded to the third reading and consideration of senate bill No. 335, entitled "A supplement to an act entitled An act to provide for the incorporation and regulation of certain corporations' approved the twenty-ninth day of April, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and seventy-four, providing for the incorporation and regulation of telephone companies defining the rights, powers and privileges of such corporations authorizing and regulating the purchase, acquisition and leasing the whole or any part of the properties, systems, capital stock and securities of other corporations, associations and persons engaged in the telephone business and authorizing existing telegraph corporations to accept the provisions of this act."

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, Buckman, Campbell, Craig, ('row, Daix, Davis, DeWitt, Donahue, Eyre, Graff, Gray, Hackett, Haldeman, Heaton, Herron, Homsher, Jones, Leiby, Leslie, Marlow, Martin, McConnell, Mearkle. John S. Miller, Summerfield J. Miller, Murdoch, Nason, Patton, Phipps, Salus, Sassaman, Schantz, Smith, Snyder, Sones, Tompkins, Turner, Vare, Weaver, Whitten and Woodward.-47.

NAYS. Sone. A majority of all the Senators having voted "ave" the question was determined in the affirmative.

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

Agreeably to order, The Senate proceeded to the third reading and consideration of Senate bill No. 556, entitled "An act to amend section two, article five, chapter seven of an act approved the fourteenth day of May, one thousand nine hundred and fifteen (Pamphlet Laws three hundred and twelve), entitled 'An act providing a system of government for boroughs and revising, amending and consolidating the law relating to boroughs' as amended."

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 ('onstitution, and were as follows, viz:

YEAS.

Messrs. Frank E. Baldwin, Richard J. Baldwin, Barnes, Barr, Beales, Boyd, Buckman, Campbell, Craig, ('row, Daix, Davis, DeWitt, Donahue, Eyre, Graff, Gray, Hackett, Haldeman, Heaton, Herron, Homsher, Jones, Leiby, Leslie, Marlow, Martin, McConnell, Mearkle. John S. Miller, Summerfield J. Miller, Murdoch, Nason, Patton, Phipps, Salus, Sassaman, Schantz, Smith, Snyder, Sones, Tompkins, Turner, Vare, Weaver, Whitten and Woodward.-47.

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. 676, entitled "An act to amend sections eight, ten, thirteen, fourteen, nineteen, twenty-two and sixty-seven of an act entitled 'An act providing for the examination, licensure and registration of persons, firms or corporations engaged or engaging in the business or work of plumbing or house drainage and preseribing certain rules, regulations and requirements for the construction of plumbing. house drainage and cess pools in cities of the second class and imposing fines, penalties and forfeitures for violation thereof,' approved the seventh day of June, Anno Domini one thousand nine hundred and one, as amended."

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

Will the Senate agree to the bill?

A motion was made by Mr. Tompkins and Mr. Leiby that the question together with further consideration of said bill be postponed for the present.

Which was agreed to.

Agreeably to order, The Senate proceeded to the third reading and consideration of Senate bill No. 684, entitled "An act to provide for the appointment of a commission to suggest revisions and amendments to the statutes of the State of Pennsylvania which relate to children, especially those which relate to the dependent, defective, delinquent, neglected, incorrigible or illegitimate children, defining the powers and duties of the commission authorizing the examination of documents, records and papers and making an appropriation to meet the expenses of the said commission."

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 ('onstitution, and were as follows, viz:

YEAS. Messrs. Frank E. Baldwin, Richard J. Baldwin, Barnes, Barr, Beales, Boyd, Buckman, Campbell, Craig, Crow, Daix, Davis, De Witt, Donahue, Eyre, Graff, Gray, Hackett, Haldeman, Heaton, Herron, Homsher, Jones, Leiby, Leslie, Marlow, Martin, McConnell, Mearkle, John S. Miller, Summerfield J. Miller, Murdoch, Nason, Patton, Phipps, Salus, Sassaman, Schantz, Smith, Snyder, Sones, Tompkins, Turner. Vare, Weaver, Whitten and Woodward.-47.

NAYS. Yone. 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. 752 (House bill 1019), entitled "An act reorganizing the Adjutant General's Department, designating the officers and employes thereof and fixing the salaries of each."

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

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