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also the act of June first, one thousand nine hundred and fifteen (Pamphlet Laws six hundred and forty-four), relating to the possession by unnaturalized foreign-born residents of firearms and dogs respectively."

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.
Mesers, Richard J. Baldwin, Barnes, Barr, Beales, Buckman, Craig,
Crow, Davis, DeWitt, Donahue, Eyre, Gray, Hackett, Heaton, Herron,
Ilomsher, Jones, Marlow, Martin, Mc. onnell, John S. Miller, Sum-
merfield! J. Miller, Murdoch, Salus, Sassaman, Schantz, Smith, Snyder,
Sones and Turner-30.

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 blouse of Representatives for concurrence.

Agreeably to order, The Senate proceeded to the third reading and consideration of Senate bill No. 623 (House bill No. 804), entitled "An act amending "An act for the establishment of a uniform standard of time through out the Commonwealthi; approved the thirteenth day of April, Ano Domini one thousand eight hundred and eighty-seven, so as to make the same uniform to the standard fixed by act of ('ongress."

And said bill having been read at length the third time, itd 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.

Messi's. Frank E. Baldwin, Richard J. Baldwin, Barnes, Barr, Beales, Boyd, Buckman, ('ampbell, Craig, ('row, Daix, Davis, DeWitt, Donahue, Eyre, Gratl', Cray, Ilackett, Haldeman, Heaton, llerron, Ilomsher, Jones, Leiby, Leslie, Marlow, Martin, McConnell, Mearkle. J. S. Miller, N..J. Miller, Murdoch, Nason, Patton, Phipps, Salus, Sassaman, Schantz, Smith, Snyder, Sones, Tompkins, Turner, Vare, Weaver, Whitten and Woodward-46.

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 Repre. sentatives with information that the Senate has passed the same without amendments.

A motion was made by Mr. Craig and Mr. Phipps, That Senate bill No. 708 (House bill No. 771), on third reading, entitled "An act to amend an act approved the twenty-eighth day of July, one thousand nine hundred and seventeen (Pamphlet Laws one thousand two hundred and fifteen), entitled 'An act to revise, amend and consolidate the law relating to fish, and providing penalties,'" be recomniitted to the ('ommittee on Game and Fisheries for the porpose of amendnent. Which was agreed to.

Agreeably to order, The Senate proceeded to the third reading and consideration of Senate bill No. 71: (House bill No. 97+), entitled "An act to amend su etion three of the act approved the sixth day of April, one thousand nine hundred and eleven (Pamphlet Laws fifty-one), entitled 'An act providing for the protection of the public health, and the prevention of fraud and deception, by prohibiting the sale, the offering for sale, or exposing for sale, or having in possession with intent to sell of adulterated or delete rious sausage; defining sausage, and prescribing the penalty for the violation thereof.'” And said bill having been read at length the third time, and

agreed to,

On the question,

Shall the bill pass finally? The reas and nay's were taken agreeably to the provisions of the ('onstitution, and were as follows, viz:

YEAS Messi's. Frank E. Baldwin, Richard J. Baldwin, Barnes, Barr, Brales, Boyd, Buckman, ('ampbell, Craig, Crow, Daix, Davis, DeWitt, Donahue, Eyre, Giraff, 'Gray, Hackett, Haldeman, Heaton, Herron, Homsher

, Jones, Leiby, Leslie, Marlow, Martin, McConnell, Mearkle. ohn N. Miller, S. J. Miller, Murdochi, Sason, Patton, Phipps, Salus, Nassaman, Schantz, Smith, Snyder, Sones, Tompkins, Turner, l'are, Mearer, Whitten and Woodward-16.

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. 738 (House bill No. 511), entitled "An act to amend part of section one of an act approved the twentieth day of July, one thousand nine hundred and seventeen (Pamphlet Laws one thousand one hundred and fifty-eight), entitled 'An act to fix, regulate and establish the fees to be charged and received by constables in this Commonwealth.”

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, Buckman, ('ampbell, 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.-46.

NAYS.

Noue.

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. 751 (House bill No. 965), entitled "An act providing a method for the abatement of the penalty as fixed by law for killing by mistake a deer or an elk in this Commonwealth.”

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 navs 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, Buckman, ('ampbell, ('raig, Crow, Daix, Davis, De Witt, Donahue, Evre, Graff, Gray, Flackett, Haldeman, Heaton, Herron, Homsher, Jones, Leiby, Leslie, Marlow, Martin, Me('onnell, Mearkle: John S. Miller, Summerfield J. Miller, Murdoch, Nason, Patton, Phipps, Salus, Sassaman, Sehantz, Smith, Snyder, Sones, Tompkins, Turner, Vare, Weaver, Whitten and Woodward.-46.

NAYS.

None.

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

Ordered, That the ('lerk 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. 780 (Ilouse No. 986), entitled "An act providing for the establishment of Auxiliary State Game Preserves."

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 says were taken agreeably to the provisions of the c'onstitution, and were as follows, viz:

YEAS.

Messis. F. E. Baldwin, R. J. Baldwin, Barnes, Barr, Beales, Buckman, ('ampbell, ('raig, ('row, Daix, Davis, DeWitt, Donahue, Einstein, Eyre, Graff, Gray, Hackett, Haldeman, Heaton, lerron. Homsher, Jones, Leiby, Leslie, Marlow, Martin, McConnell, Mearkle, John S. Miller, Summerfield J. Miller, Murdoch, Nason, Patton, Phipps, Salus, Nassaman, Schantz, Smith, Snyder, Sones, Tompkins, Turner, Vare, Weaver, Whitten and Woodward.-46.

NAYS.

None.

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

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

A motion was made by Mr. Eyre and Mr. Smith, That Senate bill No. 781 (Hlouse bill No. 992) on third reading, entitled “An act to amend section two of an act approved the ninth day of April, one thousand nine hundred and fifteen (Pamphlet Laws seventy-three), entitled 'An act to provide for the better protection and preservation of deer and elk, squirrels and certain birds classed as game birds within the Commonwealth, providing a method through which certain lands in the Commonwealth may be closed to hunting for a term of years and prescribing penalties for violation of its sereral provisions," be recommitted to the Committee on Judiciary Special. Which was agreed to.

Agreeably to order, The Senate proceeded to the third reading and consideration of Senate bill No. 78.5 (House bill No. 419), entitled "An act creating a reward or bounty for the destruction of certain noxious animals killed within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, providing a method for the payment of the same and providing the method of furnishing evidence of said destruction and penalties for the violation of the several provisions hereof."

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

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

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YEAS.

Messrs. Frank E. Baldwin, Richard J. Baldwin, Barnes, Barr, Beales, Buckman, Campbell, Craig, Crow, Daix, Davis, DeWitt, Donahue, Eyre, Graff, Gray, Hackett, Ilaldeman, Heaton, Herron, Homsber, Jones, Leiby, Leslie, Marlow, Martin, McConnell, - Mearkle, John S. Miller, Summerfield J. Miller, Murdoch, Nason, Patton, Phipps, Salus, Nassaman, Schantz, Smith, Snyder, Sones, Tompkins, Turner, Vare, Weaver, Whitten and Woodward.-46.

NAYS.

Wone.

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.

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