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H. J. R. No. 2 was this day amended by the Council and read third time and passed by the following vote:

Ay s, 7. Noes, 2. Ausent, 3.

And the same with amendments attached is herewith respectfully enclosed.

Respectfully,
W. F. HOSFORD,

Chief Clerk.
The Engrossing Committee made the following report:
Mr. Speaker:

SIR-I l ereby return to you H. J. R. No. 4, which has been properly engrossed.

E. W. GENTER,

Chairman Engrossing Committee. Notices of bills were presented as follows:

By Mr. Downey: Mr. Speaker:

I hereby give notice that on to-morrow or some subsequent day I shall introduce the following bill:

"An act for the relief of The Douglas-Willan Sartoris Com- . pany."

S. W. DOWNEY.
By Mr. Downey:
Mr. Speaker:

I hereby give notice that on to-morrow or some subsequent day I shall in roduce the following bill:

An act to é vend an act entitled "An act to provide the manrer in which wills shall be executed in the Territory of Wyoming, and for o.her purposes,' approved Februa, y 8th, 1882.”

S. W. DOWNEY.
By Mr. Russell:
Mr. Speaker :

I desire to give notice that on to-morrow or some subsequent day I shall introduce the following bill:

A bill for an act relating to coal mines and providing for the live.. health and safety of those employed therein.”

JOHN L. RUSSELL.

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By Mr. Mathews:
Mr. Speaker :

I give notice that I will on to-morrow or some subsequent day introduce a bill providing for the appointment of deputy sheriffs in Carbon County.

J. A. MATHEWS. By Mr. O'Brien:

CHEYENNE, Wyo., Jan. 26, 1886. Mr. Speaker:

I give notice that on to-morrow or on some future day I shall introduce a bill for an act to amend an act entitled "An act to encourage the growth of timber and fruit trees in the Territory of Wyoming,” approved December 9th, 1879.

''N. J. O'BRIEN. By Mr. Genter:

I hereby give notice that on to-morrow or some subsequent day I will introduce a bill entitled An act to provide for the appointment of a Game Protector and defining duties of same.”

E. W. GENTER. The following communication was then received from the Hon. Council:

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

WYOMING TERRITORY, January 26, 1886. S Hon. Speaker of the House :

SIR—I have the honor to inform the Honorable House that the Council has this day passed C. J. R. No. 5 as amended by the House by the following vote:

Ayes, io.
Absent, 2.

Respectfully,
W.F. HOSFORD,

Chief Clerk. Mr. Kelley, chairman of the Committee on Ways and Means, reported as follows:

CHEYENNE, Wyo., January 26, 1886. Mr. Speaker:

Your Committee No. 1, having examined H. B. No. 5, beg leave to submit the following report:

That said bill be returned to the House with the recommendation that it do not pass.

A. D. KELLEY, Charrman.

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Mr. O'Brien, chairman of the Committee on Counties and County Boundaries, reported as follows:

CHEYENNE, Wyo., January 26th, 1886. Mr. Speaker:

Your Committee No. 7, to whom was referred H. B. No. 3, beg leave to report that we have had the same under consideration and recommend it do pass.

N. J. O'BRIEN,

Chairman. Mr. Robins, of the Committee on Enrollment, submitted the following report: Mr. Speaker :

We, your Committee on Enrollment, beg leave to report that H. B. Ño. I has been duly enrolled. We have carefully examined same and find it correct and agreeing with the engrossed bill.

Respectfully,
W. Ä. ROBINS,

Acting Chairman. Moved by Mr. Downey, and carried, that H. B. No. 3 be rereferred to Committee No. 7.

H. B. No. 7, for an act to authorize the construction, extension and maintenance of a system of sewerage in the city of Laramie, etc., was introduced by Mr. Dole, read first time, and, upon motion of Mr. Dole, was laid on the table until to-morrow.

H. B. No. 13, to regulate coal weighing at the mines, etc., was introduced by Mr. Whitehouse, read first time and referred to Committee No. 19.

H. B. No. 14, concerning the election of school trustees and for other purposes, was introduced by Mr. Knight, read first time and referred to Committee No. 19

Mr. Downey then offered a substitute to H. B. No. 10, which was read first time and on motion by Mr. O'Brien was referred to Committee No. 12.

On motion by Mr. Downey, H. J. R. No. 4 was laid on the table.

H. J. R. No. 2, which had been returned from the Council with its amendments thereto, was called up.

Moved by Mr. Guernsey, and duly seconded, that the resolution, as amended, be laid on the table indefinitely.

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The ayes and nays being called for, the following vote was had:

Ayes-- Messrs. Bussey, Dole, Guernsey, Keefe, Knight, Mathews, Miller, Mitchell, and Whitehouse-9.

Nays-Messrs. Downey, Genter, Lobban, Kime, O'Brien,
Robins, Russell, Summers, Tompkins, Towne, Turrill, and Mr.
Speaker-12.

Absent, 3.
And so the motion was lost.

Moved by Mr. Downey, and duly carried, that the House decline to concur in the amendments to H. J. R. No. 2, but, instead, request of the Council a Conference Committee to consider the resolution as amended.

Upon motion of Mr. O'Brien the House stood in recess until 2. o'clock p. m.

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AFTERNOON SESSION.
House convened at 2 o'clock p. m., Mr. Speaker in the chair.
Roll call.
All present excepting Mr. Seaton and Mr. Williams.
Moved by Mr. Mathews, and duly carried, that Mr. Williams
be excused until to-morrow (27th inst.) at 2 o'clock p. m.

On motion by Mr. O'Brien, Hon. H. V. S. Groesbeck was granted the privilege of the floor of the House, and Mr. O'Brien was appointed as a committee to escort Mr. Groesbeck to a seat.

On motion by Mr. Downey, H. B. No. 5 was referred to the Committee of the Whole.

Moved by Mr. Downey, and duly carried that the Chief Clerk be insiructed to address the Compilation Committee with a view to ascertaining if, in its opinion, any further compensation should be given the clerk of said committee.

Excuse of assistant Sergeant-at-Arms, O. P. Yelton, until 29th inst., was noted.

Mr. Speaker announced the signing by him of Enrolled H. B.
No. 1.
Committee No. 19 submitted the following report:

CHEYENNE, WYO., Jan. 26, 1886.
Mr. Speaker :

Your House Committee on Joint Printing beg leave to report that they have consulted with the editors of both “Sun” and

“Leader” relating to the publication of the Governor's message and the various Territorial reports, as shown in H. J. R. No. 7, and find that it is impossible to gain from them any correct estimate of the actual cost of said publication. H. J. R. No. 7 is herewith returned.

GEO. MITCHELL,

Chairman.

The following communication was then received from the Council:

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

WYOMING TERRITORY, January 26, 1886. Š Hon. Speaker of the House :

Sir—I have the honor to enclose herewith the House substitute for C. J. R. No.6, “relating to a Joint Committee on Compilation of Laws," with the amendments made by the Council thereto attached. Said substitute for C. J. R. No. 6 as amended passed the Council by the following vote:

Ayes, 10.
Absent, 2.

And the concurrence of the Honorable House therein is respectfully requested.

Respectfully,
W.F. HOSFORD,

Chief Clerk. Moved by Mr. Tompkins, and duly carried, that H. J. R. No. 7 be re-committed to Committee No. 19, with instructions to consult other parties with a view to obtaining estimates.

On motion by Mr. Downey that the House concur in the Council amendments to the substitute to C. J. R. No. 6, the same was carried by the following vote:

Ayes, 21.
Noes, o.
Absent, 3.

Moved by Mr. Downey, and duly carried, that the Speaker of the House be requested to ask of the Secretary of the Territory the report of the Compilation Committee.

As a Conference Committee on H. J. R. No. 2 there were appointed Messrs. Towne, Tompkins and Lobban.

The following communication was received from the Council:

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