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In the House of Representatives. I hereby certify that the following is a true and correct copy of a resolution passed in the House of Representatives, on January 17th, 1906:
Whereas, His Excellency the Governor of the Commonwealth, in proclamation summoning the Legislą. ture into extraordinary session, enumerates as subject for legislation the question of abolishing fees in the Offices of the Secretary of the Commonwealth and the Insurance Commissioner; therefore be it
Resolved, That the Insurance Commissioner and the Secretary of the Commonwealth be requested to inform the House of Representatives, within five days from the passage of this resolution, the amount of fees received by him during the year, and the sources of such fees, as well as the authority under which they were collected or received.
THOMAS H. GARVIN,
In the Senate,
February 14, 1906. Resolved (if the House of Representatives concur), That the thanks and congratulations of the Legislature be extended to Samuel W. Pennypacker, Governor of Pennsylvania, for his patriotic action in calling the Legislature together in extraordinary session, for the purpose of enacting important and necessary legislation.
The wisdom of his course is best evidenced in the unanimity of the sentiment of the citizens of the Commonwealth generally, as expressed by the favorable action of their representatives in both branches of the Legislature in the passage of substantially all the bills indicated in his proclamations.
FRANK A. JUDD,
Chief Clerk of the Senate. The foregoing resolution concurred in February 15, 1906.
THOMAS H. GARVIN, Chief Clerk of the House of Representatives.
I do hereby certify that the above concurrent resolution, No. 8, was presented to the Governor on the fifteenth day of February, Anno Domini, one thousand nine hundred and six, and was not filed by him, with his objections thereto, in the Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth, within thirty days after the adjournment of the General Assembly, wherefore it has, agreeably to the Constitution of this Commonwealth, become effective, in like manner as if he had signed it.
Secretary of the Commonwealth. Harrisburg, March 19, 1906.
Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth,
Harrisburg, March 19, 1906. I certify that, in obedience to the directions of an act of the Gen. eral Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, I have collated with, and corrected by, the original rolls on file in this office, the proof sheets of the printed copies of this edition of the Laws and Resolutions of the General Assembly, passed during the session ending the fifteenth day of February, Anno Domini one thou. sand nine hundred and six.
ROBERT MCAFEE, Secretary of the Commonwealth.
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I, Samuel W. Pennypacker, Governor of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, have caused this Proclamation to issue, and in compliance with the provisions of article four, section fifteen of the Constitution thereof, do hereby give notice, that I have filed in the office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth, with my objections thereto, the following bill, passed by both houses of the General Assembly, viz:
House bill No. 21, entitled "An act to rovide for the assessment of poll-taxes in cities of the first and second classes, and to repeal laws inconsistent with its provisions."
Given under my hand and the Great Seal of the State
at the City of Harrisburg, this sixteenth day of (Great Seal.) March, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine
hundred and six, and of the Commonwealth the one
Governor. By the Governor:
Secretary of the Commonwealth. Filed in the Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth, on the 16th day of March, A. D. 1906.
LEWIS E. BEITLER, Deputy Secretary of the Commonwealth.
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