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SEC. 31.

(Form.)

READING OF THE JOURNAL. During the reading of the Journal of

day, 19. ., the further reading was dispensed with, on motion of Senator

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Senator

was, on motion of Senatori granted leave of absence for this day.

EXPLANATORY NOTE.

Or Mr.

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Senator

presented the following petition, which was read and ordered printed in the Journal:

To the State Legislature:
WHEREAS, etc.,

Signed.

JOHN SMITH, and 1297 others.

(Also):

The following petition was read and ordered printed in the Journal:

SEC. 35.

(Form.)

COMMUNICATIONS. The following communications were read and ordered printed in the Journal :

SEC. 36.

(Form.)
HOUR OF RECESS EXTENDED.

At twelve o'clock and thirty minutes2 p.m., on motion of Senatori the hour of recess was extended until

o'clock and

minutes. EXPLANATORY NOTE.

10r Mr.
’Or at twelve o'clock.

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(Noon regular.)

The hour of twelve o'clock and thirty minutes p.m., having arrived, the Presidenta declared the Senate at recess until two o'clock p.m. Also: At o'clock and

minutes4 p.m., on motion of Senatori the President? declared the Senate at recess until o'clock EXPLANATORY NOTE.

Or Mr.
-Or other presiding officer.
3Or Assembly.
4Or at twelve o'clock.

m.

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At

o'clock --.m., the Senate reconvened. Lieutenant Governori

President of the Senate, in the chair. Secretary

at the desk. EXPLANATORY NOTE. 10r Hon.

President pro tem. 2Or other officer,

SEC. 39.

(Form.)

ADJOURNMENT-(DAILY). At o'clock and

minutes --.m., on motion of Senatori

the Presidenta declared the Senate 3 adjourned.

ADJOURNMENT OUT OF RESPECT.
Also:
On motion of Senatori

duly seconded by Senatori the Senate decided by rising vote that when adjournment for this day should be had, that such adjournment should be out of respect to the memory of the late formerly

ADJOURNMENT. At o'clock and

minutes m., on motion of Senatori

the President declared the Senate adjourned out of respect to the memory of the late

formerly

EXPLANATORY NOTE.

Or Mr.
-Or other presiding officer.
30r Assembly.
*Or until Monday,

19----, at 11:00 o'clock a.m.

SEC. 40.

(Form.) ADJOURNMENT.

(For Constitutional Recess or Sine Die.)

RESOLUTION. By Senator

Resolved, That a committee of three be appointed to notify the Assembly? that the Senate is ready to adjourn for the constitutional recess and ask if the Assemblya has any further communications to transmit to the Senate.3 Resolution read, and on motion of Senator?

adopted. APPOINTMENTS BY THE PRESIDENT.5 In accordance with the above resolution, Senators and

were named by the President5 as the committee to notify the Assemblyề that the Senate was ready to adjourn" for the constitutional recess.

RESOLUTION. By Senator?

Resolved, That a committee of three be appointed by the President of the Senate to notify the Governor that the Senate is ready to adjournø for the constitutional recesse and ask if he has any further communications to transmit to the Senate.3 Resolution read, and on motion of Senator

adopted.

APPOINTMENTS BY THE PRESIDENT.5 In accordance with the above resolution Senators and

were named as the committee to notify the Governor that the Senate was ready to adjourn for the constitutional recess.

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REPORT OF COMMITTEE. Senator

as chairman of the committee appointed to wait upon the Governor and inform him of the Senate's3 readiness to adjourn" for the constitutional recess reported that his Excellency had informed the committee that he had no further communication to transmit to the Senate.

REPORT OF COMMITTEE. Senatori

as chairman of the committee appointed to notify the Assemblythat the Senate was ready to adjourn for the constitutional recess, reported that they had notified the Assembly according to their instructions and that the Assembly would shortly convey a message to the Senate through their committee.

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REPORT OF STANDING COMMITTEE. The following report of standing committee was received and read:

ON ENGROSSMENT AND ENROLLMENT.

SACRAMENTO, MR. PRESIDENT: Your Committee on Engrossment and Enrollment has examined

And reports that the same have been correctly en rolled and presented the same to the
Governor on this
day of

at
o'clock

--.m.

Chairman, Also: SACRAMENTO,

19.MR. PRESIDENT: Your Committee on Engrossment and Enrollment has examined

And reports that the same have been correctly engrossed.

Chairman.

MESSAGE FROM THE ASSEMBLY. At o'clock and

minutes m., a committee from the Assembly? (Mr.?

chairman) appeared at the bar of the Senate and announced that the Assemblyhad no further communication to transmit to the Senate, and now was prepared for adjournment for the constitutional recess.

MESSAGE TO ASSEMBLY. Upon receipt of the foregoing message from the Assembly the President5 pro tem. announced that the Senate had no further communication to transmit to the Assemblyand requested the Committee from the Assembly? to convey to the Assembly the information that the Senates was now prepared for adjournment for the constitutional recess.

MINUTES APPROVED. The minutes of this day, Saturday, read and on motion of Senatori

19---, were approved.

ADJOURNMENT. Whereupon, at twelve o'clock m., in accordance with the provisions of Senate3 Concurrent Resolution No. --, Hon. President pro tem.5 of the Senate,3 declared the Senates adjournode for the constitutional recess, to reconvene at twelve o'clock m. on

March --, 19.--. EXPLANATORY NOTE.

'Or Mr. Or Senate. 30r Assembly. 4Or Messrs. 50r other presiding officer. Or sine die. Or Senator.

CHAPTER II.

CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS DIRECTLY AFFECTING THE

POWERS AND DUTIES OF THE LEGISLATURE.

CHAPTER CONTENTS. Sec. 41. Right of people to assemble and petition. (Constitution.) Sec. 42. No imprisonment for debt. (Constitution.) Sec. 43. Bill of attainder-Ex post facto law-Obligation of contract. (Consti

tution.) Sec. 44. Privileges and immunities. (Constitution.) Sec. 45. Constitution mandatory. (Constitution.) Sec. 46. Rights reserved by people. (Constitution.) Sec. 47. Vo property qualification of electors. (Constitution.) Sec. 48. Right to fish. (Constitution.) Sec. 49. Primary elections. (Constitution.) Sec. 30. Limitations . upon the power of the Legislature to enact laws. (Consti

tution. Sec. 51. Lending public credit prohibited. (Constitution.) Sec. 52. Regulation of charges of public service corporations. (Constitution.). Sec. 53. State highway system authorized. (Constitution.) Sec. 531. Courts of the State. (Constitution.) Sec. 54. Legislature to provide inferior courts. (Constitution.) Sec. 55. Courts of record. (Constitution.) Sec. 56. Jurisdiction of inferior courts and powers of judges. (Constitution.) Sec. 57. Court clerks-Commissioners. (Constitution.) Sec. 58. Fees of judicial officers abolished. (Constitution.) Sec. 59. Publication of opinions of appellate courts. (Constitution.) Sec. 60. Militia. (Constitution.) Sec. 61. Legislature to encourage education. (Constitution.) Sec. 62. County superintendent of schools. (Constitution.) Sec. 63. State school fund.. (Constitution.) Sec. 64. Common school system. (Constitution.) Sec. 65. Support of school system. (Constitution.) Sec. 66. State Board of Education-Free textbooks. (Constitution.) Sec. 67. No public money for sectarian schools. (Constitution.) Sec. 68. Powers and duties of prison directors. (Constitution.) Sec. 69. Legislature to prescribe powers and duties of prison officials. (Consti

tution. Sec. 70. Formation of new counties. (Constitution.) Sec. 71. County governments and township organization. (Constitution.) Sec. 72. Compensation of officers and jurors. (Constitution.) Sec. 73. Only municipality can tax for municipal purposes. (Constitution.) Sec. 74. No delegation as to municipal improvements to private corporations

Exception. (Constitution.) Sec. 75. General laws as to inspection of merchandise. (Constitution.) Sec. 76. General laws as to formation of corporations. (Constitution.) Sec. 77. Bank corporations only under general laws-No bank currency. (Consti

tution.) Sec. 78. Extension of franchise of corporation-Remission of forfeiture. (Consti

tution.) Sec. 79. Corporation property subject to condemnation-Police power not abridged.

(Constitution.) Sec. 80. Corporation business limited by charter_Term of holding real estate.

(Constitution.) Sec. 81. Transfer of franchise does not relieve from liabilities. (Constitution.) Sec. 82. State not to lend credit or own corporation stock. (Constitution.)

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