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Will the Senate concur in the same? The yeas and nays were taken agreeably to the provisions of the Constitution, and were as follows, viz:

Y EAS. Messrs. Beidleman, Buckman, Burke, Catlin, Clark, Croft, Crow, Daix, DeWitt, Farley, Gerberich, Graff, Gyger, Hackett, Herbst, Hilton, Hindman, Hoke, Homsher, Jenkins, Kline, Kurtz, Lynch, Magee, Charles J., Martin, McConnell, McKee, William S., McNichol, Miller, Mills, Moore, Patton, Phipps, Salus, Schantz, Semmens, Sensenich, Smith, Raymond E., Smith, William Wallace, Snyder, Charles A., Snyder, Plymouth W., Sones, Sproul, Stewart, Thompson, Tompkins, Vare, Warner, Wasbers.—49.

NAYS. None.

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

Ordered, That the Clerk inform the House of Representatives accordingly.

Agreeably to order, The Senate resumed the consideration of Senate bill No. 216, entitled “An act relating to the Legislative Reference Bureau and authorizing and regulating therein a system of municipal reference in. formation."

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. Beidleman, Buckman, Burke, Catlin, Clark, Croft, Crow, Daix, DeWitt, Endsley, Farley, Gerberich, Graff, Gyger, Hackett, Herbst, Hilton, Hindman, Hoke, Homsher, Jenkins, Kline, Kurtz, Lynch, Magee, Charles J., Martin, McConnell, McKee, William S., McNichol, Miller, Moore, Patton, Phipps, Salus, Schantz, Semmens, Sensenich, Smith, William Wallace, Snyder, Charles A., Snyder, Plymouth W., Sones, Sproul, Stewart, Thompson, Tompkins, Vare, Warner, Wasbers.—48.

N AYS. None.

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 Repre. sentatives for concurrence.

Agreeably to order, The Senate resumed the third reading and consideration of Senate bill No. 578 (House bill No. 416), entitled "An act to amend an act approved the eighth day of May, one thousand nine hundred thirteen ‘An act regulating the appointment, confirmation, duties, salary and expenses of county detectives in counties containing not less than three hundred thousand nor more than seven hundred thousand inhabitants,' by extending its provision to counties having a population of two hundred fifty thousand inhabitants but not more than seven hundred thousand inhabitants and by repealing section three of the 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. Beidleman, Buckman, Burke, Catlin, Clark, Croft, Crow, Daix, DeWitt, Endsley, Farley, Gerberich, Graff, Gyger, Hackett, Herbst, Hilton, Hindman, Hoke, Homsher, Jenkins, Kline, Kurtz, Lynch, Magee, Charles J., Martin, McConnell, McNichol, Moore, Pat. ton, Phipps, Salus, Schantz, Semmens, Sensenich, Smith, Walliam Wallace, Snyder, Charles A., Snyder, Plymouth W., Sones, Sproul, Thompson, Tompkins, Vare, Warner, Wasbers.—45.

N A Y S. Mr. Stewart.-1.

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 amendment in which the concurrence of the House is requested. Agreeably to order, The Senate resumed the third reading and consideration of Senate bill No. 613, entitled "An act amending an act, entitled 'An act defining commodities regulating the sale thereof and providing penalties for violation hereof,' approved the twenty-fourth day of July, Anno Domini one thousand nine hundred and thirteen by providing that bottles or jars for milk or cream shall be measures within the provisions of said 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:

Y EAS. Messrs. Beidleman, Buckman, Burke, Catlin, Clark, Croft. Crow, Daix, DeWitt, Endsley, Farley, Gerberich, Graff, Gyger, Hackett, Herbst, Hilton, Hindman, Hoke, Homsher, Jenkins, Kline, Kurtz, Lynch, Magee, Charles J., Martin, McConnell, McKee, William S., McNichol, Miller, Mills, Moore, Patton, Phipps, Salus, Schantz, Semmens, Smith, Raymond E., Smith, William Wallace, Snyder, Charles A., Snyder, Plymouth W., Sones, Sproul, Stewart, Thompson, Tompkins, Vare, Warner, Wasbers.—49.

NAYS. None.

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. 152, entitled "An act providing for the establishment, erection, equipment and management of a Pennsylvania Home for Boys and for the commitment thereto of delinquent boys between the ages of six and sixteen years and making an appropriation.”

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. Beidleman, Buckman, Burke, Catlin, Clark, Croft, Crow, Daix, DeWitt, Endsley, Farley, Gerberich, Graff, Gyger, Hackett, Herbst, Hilton, Homsher, Jenkins, Kline, Kurtz, Lynch, Magee, Charles J., Martin, McConnell, McKee, William S., Miller, Mills, Moore, Patton, Phipps, Salus, Schantz, Semmens, Sensenich, Smith, Raymond E., Smith, William Wallace, Snyder, Charles A., Snyder, Plymouth W., Sones, Sproul, Thompson, Tompkins, Vare, Warner, Wasbers.-46.

NAYS.

None.

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. 160, entitled “An act to amend section one of article eight, section four of article thirteen and article eighteen of an act, entitled 'An act to provide for the health and safety of persons employed in and about the anthracite coal mines of Pennsylvania and for the protection and preservation of property connected therewith,' approved the second day of June, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and ninety-one."

And said bill having been read at length the third time, And the amendments made thereto having been printed as required by the Constitution, On the question,

Will the Senate agree to the bill? Mr. Beidleman asked and obtained unanimous consent to amend the same. Mr. Thompson objected to the granting of unanimous consent.

Whereupon, A motion was made by Mr. Beidleman and Mr. Patton that the Senate resolve itself into committee of the whole on said bill for the purpose of general amendment.

Which was agreed to.

Whereupon, The Senate resolved itself into committee of the whole, Mr. Sproul, in the Chair on said bill.

After some time. The committee rose and the chairman, Mr. Sproul, reported the bill amended so as to read as follows, viz:

“An act to amend section one of article eight section six of article eight rule one of article twelve rule thirty-six of article twelve section four of article thirteen section eight of article seventeen and article eighteen of an act, entitled 'An act to provide for the health and safety of persons employed in and about the anthracite coal mines of Pennsylvania and for the protection and preservation of property connected therewith,' approved the second day of June, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and ninety-one as said act now stands as heretofore amended by Act of Assembly approved on the twentieth day of April, eighteen hundred and ninety-nine, (pamphlet laws sixty-five) the eighth day of June, one thousand nine hundred and one (pamphlet laws five hundred and thirty-five) the thirteenth day of May, one thousand nine hundred and three (pamphlet laws three hundred and fifty-nine) the third day of May, one thousand nine hundred and five (pamphlet laws three hundred and sixty-three) the third day of May, one thousand nine hundred and nine (pamphlet laws four hundred and twenty) and the fifth day of May, one thousand nine hundred and eleven (pamphlet laws one hundred and twenty)."

Section 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in General Assembly met and it is hereby enacted by the authority of the same That section one of article eight section six of article eight, rule one of article twelve, rule thirty-six of article twelve, section four of article thirteen, section eight of article seventeen and article eighteen of an act, entitled “An act to provide for the health and safety of persons employed in and about the anthracite coal mines of Pennsylvania and for the protection and preservation of property connected therewith,' approved second day of June, Anno Domini one thousand eight hundred and ninety-one as said act now stands as heretofore amended by acts of Assembly approved the twentieth day of April, eighteen hundred and ninety-nine (pamphlet laws sixty-five) the eighth day of June, one thousand nine hundred and one (pamphlet laws five hundred and thirty-five) the thirteenth day of May, one thousand nine hundred and three (pamphlet laws three hundred and fifty-nine) the third day of May, one thousand nine hundred and five (pamphlet laws three hundred and sixty-three) the third day of May, one thousand nine hundred and nine (pamphlet laws four hundred and twenty) and the fifth day of May, one thousand nine hundred and eleven (pamphlet laws one hundred and twenty) be and the same are hereby amended to read as follows:

Section 2. That section one of article eight of said act which reads as follows:

“Section 1. It shall not be lawful neither shall it be permitted for any person or persons to act as mine foreman or as assistant mine

84 Sen. Jour.

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