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eration House Bills Nos. 15 and 17, beg leave to report, recommending H. B. No. 15 for passage without amendments.

Also, that H. B. No. 17 be referred to the Printing Committee and (after printing) be re-referred to the Committee of the Whole.

ADDISON TURRILL,

Chairman. On motion of Mr. Tompkins the report was adopted.

The Speaker then announced the signing by him of H. J. R. · Nos. 1, 5 and 6.

H. B. No. 15 was referred by Mr. Speaker to Committee No.

I 2.

The following report was then received from Committee No. 12: Mr. Speaker :

Your Committee on Engrossments beg leave to report that H. J. R. No. 7 has been duly engrossed and is hereby returned.

E. W. GENTER,

Chairman. H. J. R. No. 7 was then, on motion by Mr. Tompkins, taken up, read the third time, placed upon its final passage and passed

by the following votessev. Dole Dow

Ayes-Messrs. Bussey, Dole, Downey, Genter, Guernsey, Lobban, Keefe, Kelley, Kime, Knight, Mathews, Miller, Mitchell, O'Brien, Robins, Russell, Seaton, Summers, Tompkins, Towne, Turrill, Williams, Whitehouse, and Mr. Speaker—24.

Noes, o.
Absent, o.

H. B. No. 26, "for an act providing for and regulating the mining interests of the Territory of Wyoming, etc,” was then, by consent, introduced by Mr. Kime, read first time, and on motion by Mr. Kelley, laid over.

Upon motion by Mr. Dole the House stood adjourned until tomorrow (29th inst.) at 10 o'clock a. m.

FRANK H. CLARK,

Chief Clerk.

TWELFTH DAY.
HALL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,

CHEYENNE, Wyo., Jan. 29, 1886. The House convened at 10 o'clock a. m., Mr. Speaker in the chair.

Roll call.
All present.
Prayer by the Chaplain.
The journal of yesterday's session was read and approved.

The following notices of introduction of bills were then handed up and read:

By Mr. Seaton: Mr. Speaker :

I give notice that on to-morrow or some other day I will introduce a bill for an act to authorize the issue of bonds by school district No. 1 in Uinta County, Wyo.

R. B. SEATON. By Mr. Downey: Mr. Speaker :

I give notice that on to-morrow or on some subsequent day I shall introduce a bill for an act to amend section 10 of an act entitled "An act to create and regulate corporations,” approved December 10, 1869, and and also a bill for an act providing for and regulating the consolidation of certain corporations.

S. W. DOWNEY. By Mr. O'Brien: Mr. Speaker:

SIR-I hereby give notice that on to-morrow or some future day I shall introduce a bill for an act entitled “An act to amend an act entitled “An act to incorporate the city of Cheyenne,' approved December 14, 1877."

N. J. O'BRIEN. By Mr. Williams: Mr. Speaker:

I hereby give notice that on to-morrow or on some subsequent day I shall introduce a bill for an act entitled “An aet to amend an act concerning county licenses."

FRANK WILLIAMS.

morrow orend section tons," approveo

I hereby give a bill for an acte the city of Che

By Mr. Mathews: Mr. Speaker:

I hereby give notice that I will on to-morrow or some subsequent date introduce a memorial and joint resolution praying Congress to enact more stringent laws concerning the confinement of Indians on reservations.

J. A. MATHEWS. Reports were then received from standing committees, as follows: No. 2.

CHEYENNE, Wyo. Jan, 29, 1886. Mr. Speaker:

The House Judiciary Committee, to whom was referred H. B. No. 19, return the same herewith, with the recommendation that it do pass.

S. W. DOWNEY,

Chairman. No. 12. Mr. Speaker:

Your Committee on Engrossments beg to report that House Bills Nos. 3 and 15 were properly engrossed and are hereby returned.

E. W.GENTER,

Chairman. H. B. No. 27, “A bill for an act to authorize the city of Cheyenne to apply certain surplus funds remaining in the city treasury arising from the sale of bonds, etc.," was introduced by Mr. Keefe, read first time and upon motion laid over.

H. B. No. 28, “A bill for an act to amend an act entitled "An act fixing the fees and compensation to be paid to county and precinct officers and for other purposes,'” was introduced by Mr. Seaton, by request, read first time and referred to Committee No 19.

H. B. No. 29, “A bill for an act entitled “An act authorizing the clerk of the Supreme Court to appoint a deputy," was introduced by Mr. Robins, read first time and upon motion laid over.

H. B. No. 30, A bill for an act entitled “An act to amend an act entitled “An act providing for the organization of school districts, schools, and for other purposes,' approved March 7; 1884,"

was introduced by Mr. Summers, read first time and referred to Committee No. 19.

H. B. No. 31, “A bill for an act entitled “An act to further encourage and protect the interests of stock growers,” was introduced by Mr. Guernsey, read first time and referred to Committee No. 19.

H. B. No. 13 was read second time by the title and upon motion by Mr. Kelly was referred to Committee No. 9.

H. B. No. 14 was read second time by the title and referred to Committee No. 6.

H. B. No. 19 was read the second time by title and laid over.

H. B. No. 24 was read second time by the title and referred to Committee No. 15.

H. B. No. 26 was read second time by the title and upon motion of Mr. Russell was referred to Committee No. 19 with instructions to have the same printed.

H. B. No. 15, upon motion by Mr. Guernsey, was ordered on its third reading and final passage, whereupon H. B. No. 15 was read a third time, placed upon its final passage and passed:

Ayes-Messrs. Bussey, Dole, Downey, Genter, Guernsey, Lobban, Keefe, Kelley, Kime, Knight, Mathews, Mitchell, O'Brien, Robins, Russell, Seaton, Summers, Tompkins, Turrill, Williams, Whitehouse and Mr. Speaker—22.

Nays, o.
Absent, 2.

H. B. No. 3, upon motion by Mr. Dole, was ordered on its third reading and final passage; whereupon H. B. No. 3 was read the third time, placed upon its final passage and passed:

Ayes—Messrs. Bussey, Dole, Downey, Genter, Guernsey, Lobban, Keefe, Kelley, Kime, Knight, Mathews, Miller, Mitchell, O'Brien, Robins, Russell, Seaton, Summers, Tompkins, Towne, Turrill, Williams, Whitehouse, and Mr. Speaker-24.

Nays, o.
Absent, o.

The following communication was then received from the Council:

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

WYOMING TERRITORY, January 29, 1886. Hon. Speaker of the House :

Sir—I have the honor to inform the Honorable House that the following entitled bills were this day introduced in the Council:

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By Mr. Grant: C. F. No. 5, “A bill for an act to amend an act entitled "An act to create a lien, etc.?"

By Mr. Cashin: C. F. No. 6, “A bill for an act to amend an act entitled "An act to provide for a Territorial and county rev

enue.'"

Also, that H. J. R. No. 4, under suspension of rules, was read second and third times and passed by the following vote:

Ayes, II.
Absent, I.

Also, C. F. No. 2, “A bill for an act to authorize the building of a school house in school district No. 3 in the county of Carbon,” was this day read third time and passed:

Ayes, II.
Absent, 1.

And the same is herewith enclosed for the action of your Honorable Body.

Respectfully,
W.F. HOSFORD,

Chief Clerk. Upon motion by Mr. Kelley, the House stood in recess until 2 o'clock p. m.

AFTERNOON SESSION. At 2 o'clock p. m. Mr. Speaker called the House to order.

By Mr. Knight, moved and duly seconded that when this House adjourns it be until 10 o'clock a. m., Tuesday next.

Mr. Kelley moved to amend, which motion was duly seconded, by making the adjournment until 11 o'clock a. m. on Monday next, and the amendment prevailed.

Committee No. 19 reported as follows: Mr. Speaker:

Your Joint Committee on Printing beg leave to report that House Bills Nos. 18 and 25 are printed and the same are herewith returned to the House.

GEO. MITCHELL,

Chairman. The following bills were then introduced, by consent:

H. B. No. 32, “A bill for an act providing for and regulating the consolidation of corporations," was introduced by Mr. Downey, read first time and referred to Committee No. 19.

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