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SENATE FILES-CONTINUED

S. F.

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177-A bill for an act to amend section

2597 of the code, relating to the
practice of dentistry.
Received...

785
Referred

786
Reported favorably

889
Amended and passed..

1038
181-A bill for an act to amend sections

2738 and 2737 of the code, requir-
ing applicants for a teacher's
certificate to pass an examina-

tion in didactics.
Received...

716
Referred.

721
Reported favorably

756
Passed..

908

Passed .......

645

182-A bill for an act to amend section

1610 of the code, in relation to
corporations for pecuniary pro-

fit.
Received...

838
Referred.

844
Revorted unfavorably.

919
Minority report..

920
Passed....

...1016
185—A bill for an act to amend section

1744 of the code, relating to
proots of loss under contracts
of insurance.
Received....

715
Referred

720
Reported favorably.

760
Passed..

921
186—A bill for an act to empower boards

of directors of school corpora-

tions to change boundaries.
Reosived....
Substituted for House File 149 and
passed..

647
Enrolled.

749
187-A bill for an act to allow non-

residents of the state whose
wages are garnished in this
state, the same exemption as is
allowed them under the law of
the state in which they at the

time reside.
Received ..

1054
Reported favorably...

1095
189—A bill for an act to legalize the

election and proceedings of the
town council of the town of Pat-
terson.
Received...

710
Referred.

718
keported favorably.

742
Passed

810
Enrolled...

854
192-A bill for an act to amend sections

742, 744, 745 and 747 of the code,
relating to the purchase and
construction of water works.
Received

613
Referred..

671
Keported favorably.

738
Passed.

802
Enrolled..

880
193—A bill for an act to enable school

corporations to leave school
funds in the hands of the coun-

ty treasurer until needed.
Received

852
Referred..

863
Reported favorably

910
Falled to pass....

1051

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197-Substitute for Senate File 197. A

bill for an act to amend an act
passed by the extra session of the
Twenty-sixth General Assembly,
entitled an act to provide for the
annotation, indexing, publication,
distribution and sale of the code
ani statutes bereafter enacted.
Received.

1055
Referred...

1065

.... 1099
200—A bill for an act to provide for

the use of the deputy warden a

house, heat and lights.
Received

864
Refrred.

867
Reported favorably

914
Passed...

1041
201-A bill for an act to create a state

board of control, and to provide
for the Soldiers' Home, the
charitable, reformatory and pe-
nal fostitutions of the state,
and to make an appropriation
therefor, and for the defining
of certain offenses and provide

ing penalties therefor.
Received

764
Referred

764
Reported with amendments. 816
Substituted for House File 251... 831
Amended and passed.....

837
205—A bill for an act to amend section

2503 of the code, relating to the
inspection of petroleum prod-

ucts.
Received

716
Referred..

720
Passed

780
Enrolled....

853
207-A bill for an act to !egalize the

levy and collection of a tax for
scboolhouse fund in the inde-
pendent district of Lincoln Oen-
ter, Pottawattamie county, Iowa.
Received..

711
Referred

718
Reported favorably.

740
Passed..

809
209-A bill for an act to legalize the

organization of the Grundy

unty Agricultural society.
Received..

710
Referred..

717
Passed

811
Enrolled..

854
210-A bill for an act to amend section

853 of the code, and to grant addi-
tional powers to boards of park

commissioners.
Received

960
Referred...

970
212-A bill for an act to amend section

496 of the code, relating to depu-
ties and assistants in the office
of the county recorder.
Received

955
Referred.

957
Reported favorably.

965
Passed

1034
213-A bill for an act to quiet the title

to certain real estate in Wash-

ington county in A. B. Rogers.
Received

955
Referred

956
Reported favorably.

966

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214-A bill for an act to amend section

3988 of the code, relating to levy
of attachment or execution on
mortgaged personal property.
Received......

822
Referred.

827
Reported favorably.

860
Passed

1051
215-A bill for an act to amend section

2836 of the code, in relation to the
petition for vote upon the propo-
sition for free text-books in the

public schools.
Received.

821
Referred.

827
Reported favorably..

861
219-A bill for an act appropriating

money to defray the expenses of

the inauguration ceremonies.
Received.

566
Referred

579
Reported favorably.

624
Passed..

649
Enrolled

749
220-A bi!l for an act making an appro-

priation to the State Agricultural
society.
Received

946
Referred..

949
Reported favorably

987
Passed..

981
223-A bill for an act authorizing the

executive council to issue and
negotiate warrants in anticipa-
tion of the revenues of the state.
Received...

789
Refe.red..

812
Re-referred

815
Reported with amendments. 883
225-A bill for an act to amend chapter

4 of the code, relative to the as-
sessment and collection of the

collateral inheritance tax.
Received...

852
Beferred.

863
Reported with amendments... 858
Passed...

1033
230—A bill for an act to legalize the

acts and ordinances of the town
of Lenox.
Received.

710
Referred.

718
Reported with amendments.

741
Passed....

808
Enrolled.

858
231-A bill for an act to amend section

2785 of the code, relating to
powers of directors of subdis-
tricts in school townships.
Received

821
Referred

826
Re-referred

859
232A bill for an act to provide for the

payment of the claims of Appa-
noose county against the state
of Iowa, for expenses incurred in
the care, restraint and transpor-
tation of insane persons not hav-

log a known residence lo Iowa.
Received..

839
Referred

844
Passed..

887
235-Substitute for Senate FU

235, a
bill for an act to amend sections
3847 and 3849 of chapter 15, t tle 18
of the code, relating to security

for costs.
Received..
Referred..

827
Reported favorably.

859
Passed

943

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236-A bill for an act to amend section

2630, chapter 2, title 13, of the
code, relating to the board of

educational examiners
Received...
Referred..

845
Reported unfavorably.

881
239—A bill for an act to provide for

the payment of witnesses sum-
moned before special committee
on election contest from the
Eighteenth Senatorial district,
the clerk of said committee and
the expenses of the parties to

election contest.
Received...
Referred.

. 1088
Amended.

1079, 1080
Passed..

...1081
244—A bill for an act to provide for the

condemnation of a fishway, and
for the erection of a fishway in
the Bonaparte dam Also, mak-
ing appropriation for the expen-
ses thereof and prescribing pen-
alties for injuring or destroying

such fishway.
Received..
Referred

845
Reported unfavorably....
Postponed....

1049
245-A bill for an act to amend section

298 of the code, relating to the

clerk of the district court.
Received.

956
Referred.

Reportrd unfavorably.
249—A bill for an act to legalize the

acts of the board of directors of
the independent school district
of Elma, lowa, in the levying of

taxes for schoolhouse purposes.
Received.

711
Reported favorably
House File 305, substituted

m1
Enrolled.

880
250—A bill for an act to repeal section

574 of the code, in relation to in-
dirtments and enactiog a substi-

tute therefor.
Received.
Referred.

948
Reported favorably....
251-A bill for an act to authorize the

executive council to pass upon
and pay certain claims, the pay-
meat of which was provided for
by an act of the Twenty-sixth
General Assembly, entitled, "An
act to appropriate money, to pay
claims of individuals and coun-
ties in Iowa for making an ex-
bibit at the Worid's exposition

at New Orleans."
Received

945
Referred

949
Reported favorably.

988
Amended and passed

..1020
255—A bill for an act to legalize the

acts of the board of directors of
independent schonl district of
Lincoln, Marion county.
Received
Referred

857
Reported favorably.
Passed..

. 1019

822
... 1056

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258-A bill for an act to amend section

1530 of the code, in relation to the
levy and disbursement of the
county road funds.
Received

853
Referred.

863
Reported without recommendation 967
260-Substitute for Senate File 260. A

bill for an act to amend section
2812 of the code, relating to the
power of school corporations to

issue bonds.
Received.

814
Referred.

845
Reported favorably..

858
Passed...

985
263—A bill for an act to legalize the

acts of the mayor and city coun-
cil of the city of Waterloo in
making a certain contract with
J. B. McGorrisk for paving cer-
tain streets in said city.
Received...

800
Referred

811
Reported favorably

814
Amended and passed

864
284-A bill for an act to legalize the

organization of the independent
school district of Everly, in Olay
county.
Received..

955
Referred.

957
Reported favorably.

965
Passed

. 1039
266- A bill for an act to amend section

2583 of the code, in relation to the
practice of medicine.
Received..

839
Referred

844
Reported favorably.

863
Falled to pass

.1003
873—A bull for an act to amend section

2752 of the code, rmlating to boards

of directors of school townships.
Received..

959
Referred.

971
Reported favorably.

1055
Passed....

1100
274-A bill for an act to legalize the

levy of certain taxes for road
purposes in Morning sun town-
ship, Louisa county.
Received..

914
Referred.

948
Reported favorably.

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281-A bill for an act making an ap-

propriation for the payment of
the indebtedness of the School
for the Deal.
Received......

1026
Referred

1027
Reported favorably.

1055
Passed

1070
282— A bill for an act amending section

2727 of the code, in relation to the
support of the School for the

Deaf.
Received...

1026
Referred.

1027
Reported favorably.
Passed...

..1076
283-A

bill for an act to amend section
2608 of the code, in relation to the
support of the Soldiers' home.
Received...

1026
Referred

1027
Reported favorably.

1056
Passed

...1074
284-A bill for an act to amend section

2718 of the code, in relation to
the support of the College for

the Blind
Received..

1028
Referred

1028
Reported favorably..

.1055
Passed.

. . 1075
285—A bill for an act to amend section

2724 of the code, in relation to
admission to the School for the

Deaf
Received.....

944
286—A bill for an act amending section

2713 of the code, in relation to
the support of the industrial

School.
Received

946
Referred..

947
Reported favorably.

1037
Passed.

1094
289—A bill for an act fixing the salary

of the chief executive officers of

certain state institutions.
Received....

1035
Reported favorably. .. 1056, 1000

Passed..
294-A bill for an act to provide for &

general levy for state purposes
for 1898 and subs: quent years,
and tu repeul sectiou 1880 of the

code.
Rece ved.

1038
Referred
Reported favorably.

1069
Passed

.. 1070
295—A

... 1003

...1043

966
Passed

1050
279—A hill for an act repealing section

2291 of the code, in relation to
compensation for keeping pa-
tients in ipsane hospitals.
Received...
Referred
Reported favorably
Passed

1093
280— A bill for an act amending section

2691 of the code. In relation to tbe
support of the Orphans' home.
Received..

1026
Referred.

1028
Reported unfavorably.

1056

bill for an act making an appro-
priation tor the payment of
state and judicial officers, state

and o her expenses.
Received....

1111
kelererd..

1112
Reported favorably.

1115
Passed...

1116
296—A bi i for an act authorizing the

executive Council to use com-

mittee rooms for office purposes.
Received........

1114
Passed.

1114

., 946

949
.... 969

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SENATE MESSAGES ......1. 4, 15, 73, 85, 188, 192, 196, 197, 202, 203, 211

236. 255, 269, 281, 282, 292, 296, 3'1, 316, 324
338, 339, 359, 360, 362, 380, 363, 387, 393, 394
396, 420, 432, 464, 470, 477, 494, 509, 546,

547
666, 580, 589, 613, 645 659, 687, 709, 710, 715
747, 760, 763, 781, 789, 800, 805, 811, 820, 838
839, 844, 852. 853. 855, 864, 865, 874, 875, 912
918, 925, 931, 943, 955, 991, 1000, 1028, 1034
1042, 1053, 1064, 1082, 2089, 1093, 1102, 1106

1111, 1113, 1116
SERGEANT-AT-ARMS–Elected ....

11
SHAMBAUGH, JOHN-REPRESENTATIVE FROM THE COUNTY OF

MADISON, TWENTY-EIGHTH DISTRICT-
On standing committees: Ways and means, Suppression of intem-

perance, Agriculture, County and t 'wnship organization, Roads

and highways, Animal industry, Military..
Presents petitions

301, 311, 364, 664
Motion by

874
SHEEAN, WILLIAM D-REPRESENTATIVE FROM THE COUNTY

OF JONES, FORTY-SEVENTH DISTRICT-
On standing committees: Judiciary, Municipal corporations, Pri.

vate corporations, Suppression of intemperance, Mines and
mining, Domestic manufactures, Penitentiaries, Fish and

game, Judicial districts
Presents petitions

-301, 364, 558, 588
Explains vote

733
Leave of absence granted

411
Motions by

392, 596, 606, 708, 725, 781, 792
On special committees.

..16, 240, 351, 1003
SHERMAN, HON. HOYT— Presents resolution,

411
SMITH, P. A.-REPRESENTATIVE FROM THE COUNTY OF GREENE,

FIFTY FOURTH DISTRICT-
On standing committees: Printing, Elections, Building and loan,

Soldiers' and Orphans' home. Military, Federal relations, Insti-

tution for the Deaf and Dumb.
Presents petitions ..

-314, 536
Leave of absence granted

.413, 471
On conference committee.

925
Offers resolutions....

.....706, 797, 1096
Motions by ...

-...249, 307, 308, 352, 514, 523, 852, 876, 878
SMITH, G. 8.-REPRESENTATIVE FROM THE COUNTY OF HARRI-

SON, THIRTY-SECOND DISTRICT-
On standing committees: Printing, Domestic manufactures, Sol-

diers' and Orphans' home, Pardons, Claims, Police regulations.
Presents petitions

353, 498, 511, 558, 638
Explains vote

.284, 305, 372, 436, 616
Offers resolutions

. 108, 203, 579, 670
On special committee

108
Motions by....

395, 509, 523, 551, 752, 812
STALLCOP, C. E-REPRESENTATIVE FROM THE COUNTY OF SAC,

SIXTIETH DISTRICT-
On standing committees: Ways and means, School and text-

books, Mines and mining, Domestic manufactures, Federal

relations, Institute for the Feeble-Minded.
Presents petitions

.501, 536, 558
On special committee

622
Offers resolution

369
Motions by.

532, 646, 699
STANLEY, GEORGE-Application for pardon of

285
STATE INSTITUTIONS- Report of committee on.

110
STATE PRINTER-F. R. Conaway elected ....

243

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STEWART, CHARLES W.-REPRESENTATIVE FROM THE COUNTY

OF POLK, THIRTY-SEVENTH DISTRICT —
On standing committees: Appropriations, Banks and banking,

Agriculture, Mipes and mining, State university, Normal
schools, Public libraries, Institute for the Deaf and Dumb,

Board of public charities.
Presents petitions...

289, 386
On special committee

461
On sifting committee

913
Calls House to order

1
Corrects record of his vote.

353
Question of privilege..

851
Explains vote ...

350
Leave of absence

..258, 557, 559, 598, 637, 651, 858
Motions by ... 2, 297, 319, 325, 470, 479, 484, 492, 551, 552, 627, 675, 692

698, 707, 708, 796, 806, 807, 810, 892, 932, 962, 974, 1001, 1002
Introduces resolution.

16
TAYLOK, GLEN A.-Officiates as chaplain

665
THOMPSON, A. A. -Oficiates as chaplain

637
TOWNER, WM. B-REPRESENTATIVE FROM THE COUNTY OF

FLOYD, EIGHTY-FIFTH DISTRICT-
On standing committees: Suppression of intemperance, County
and township

organization, Senatorial districts, Retrenchment
and reform, Horticulture.
Presents petitions

353, 500, 704, 828
Leave of absence..

-714, 1014
VAN HOUTEN, G. H.-REPRESENTATIVE FROM THE COUNTY OF

TAYLOR, EIGHTH DISTRICT-
On standing committees: Suppression of intemperance, Ways and

means, Roads and nighways, Appropriations, Printing, Sol-
diers' and Orphans' home, Military, Horticulture, Rules,

Agriculture, Public health.
Presents petitions 108, 186, 413, 425, 458, 558, 570, 588, 678, 728, 739, 871
On special committees...

192, 240, 682, 755, 1116
Introduces resolutions..

.2, 107
Motions by... 16, 186, 187, 241, 393, 411, 431, 439. 478, 479, 4-5, 524

585, 596, 750, 762, 763, 872, 961, 990, 1019, '1058, 1116
Officiates as chaplain...

913
Leave of absence.

497, 549, 767, 812
VENEMAN, W.J.-REPRESENTATIVE FROM THE COUNTY OF STORY,

FIFTY-SECOND DISTRICT-
On standing committees: Institution for Deaf and Dumb, Public

libraries, Ways and means, Building and Loan, Domestic man.
ufactures, Normal schools, Woman suffrage, Agricultural col-

lege, State university, Agriculture.
Presents petitions.

.108, 501,

614
Motions by..

-474, 527, 826
WALBERN, A. A.-Officiates as chaplain
WARDEN OF PENITENTIARY-Elected.

245
WATKINS-Application for pardon of, report of committee on

755
Application for pardon of, rejected.

905
WATSON, THOMAS-Pardon of, report on

504
Application for pardon of, postponed....

535
WELLS, MRS. N. A.-Resolutions on death of..

698, 721
WEMPLE, M.-REPRESENTATIVE FROM THE COUNTY OF DECATUR,

SIXTH DISTRICT-
On standing committees: Agriculture, Board of public charities,

Mines and mining, Soldiers' and Orphans' home. Constitutional
amendments, Horticulture, Institution for tbe Feeble-Minded,

Public health, Military, Pharmacy.
Presents petitions.

321, 353, 570, 704, 848
Motions by...

.187, 286, 666

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