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H. B. No. 33, "A bill for an act to amend section 10 of an act entitled “An act to create and regulate corporations,' approved December 10th, 1869," was introduced by Mr. Downey, read first time and referred to Committee No. 2.

H. B. No. 34, “A bill for an act entitled "An act for the protection of coal miners and for other purposes,'” was introduced by Mr. Downey, read first time and referred to Committee No. 19.

H. B. No. 35, “A bill for an act to amend an act entitled “An act to incorporate the city of Cheyenne,' approved December 14, 1877," was introduced by Mr. O'Brien, read first time and laid

over.

H. J. R and M. No. 1, relating to the Old Fort Bridger Military Reservation, was introduced by Mr. Seaton, by consent, and read first time.

Upon motion by Mr. Seaton the rules were suspended and H. J. R. and M. No. I was ordered read second time by title, read third time and placed upon its final passage.

Whereupon H. J. R. and M. No. I was read second time by title, read 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, Turrill, Williams, Whitehouse, and Mr. Speaker—23.

Nays, o.
Absent, 1.

The following communication was then received from his Excellency the Governor:

TERRITORY OF WYOMING,
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, GOVERNOR'S OFFICE,

CHEYENNE, January 29th, 1886.
Hon. Speaker of the House,
Ninth Legislative Assembly,

Wyoming Territory: SIR-I transmit herewith six copies of a circular recently received from the Secretary of the Interior.

They are respectfully submitted for the information of your Honorable Body.

FRANCIS E. WARREN,

Governor. Upon motion by Mr. Seaton, Mr. Towne was excused for the afternoon.

Upon motion of Mr. Williams the rules were suspended for the purpose of offering an amendment to the rules of the House, whereupon amendment was offered and lost.

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

Your Committee on Printing beg leave to report that House Bills Nos. 20, 21 and 22 are printed and the same are herewith returned to the House.

GEO. MITCHELL,

Chairman. On motion by Mr. O'Brien, the House stood adjourned until Monday morning next at II o'clock.

FRANK H. CLARK,

Chief Clerk.

THIRTEENTH DAY.
HALL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,

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

Roll call.

Absent with excuse, Messrs. Bussey, Downey, Genter, Knight, Russell, Seaton, Towne, Turrill, Williams, and Whitehouse.

Prayer by the Chaplain.
The journal of Saturday, Jan. 30th, was read and approved.

Upon motion by Mr. Kelley, the House stood adjourned until 10 o'clock a. m. to-morrow.

FRANK H, CLARK,

Chief Clerk.

FOURTEENTH DAY.

HALL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,

CHEYENNE, WYO., February 2nd, 1886. The House convened at 10 o'clock a. m., Mr. Speaker in the chair.

Roll call.
All present.
Prayer by the Chaplain.

Journal of yesterday's session was read and approved.

The following reports of standing committees were then received:

CHEYENNE, Wyo., Feb. I, 1886. Mr. Speaker :

Your House Joint Committee on Printing beg leave to report that House Bills Nos. 17, 23, 28, 30, 31 and 34 are printed and the same are herewith returned to the House.

GEO. MITCHELL,

Chairman.

CHEYENNE, Wyo., Feb. 1, 1886. Mr. Speaker:

Your Joint Committee on Printing, to whom were referred House Bills Nos. 26, 32 and 33, beg leave to report the same back to the House with the recommendation that they be not printed.

GEO. MITCHELL,

Chairman. Notices of bills were presented as follows:

By Mr. Robins, by request, accompanied by a petition: Mr. Speaker :

I hereby give notice that on to-morrow or some subsequent day I shall introduce a bill for an act entitled “An act to amend section 472 of the code of civil procedure for the Territory of Wyoming.”

Also, a bill for an act to amend an act entitled “An act concerning county licenses,” approved Dec. 9th, 1869.

W.A. ROBINS. By Mr. Kerr: Mr. Speaker :

I give notice that I will on to-morrow or some subsequent day introduce a bill for an act entitled “An act to create and regulate a Life Indemnity Fund.”

Also a bill for an act regulating the storage of gunpowder and other explosives.

Also, a bill for an act to authorize Knights of Labor to become corporate bodies.

J. S. KERR.

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By Mr. Downey: Mr. Speaker:

SIR—I hereby give notice that on to-morrow or on some subsequent day I shall introduce a bill for an act entitled "An act to provide for the appointment of an assistant county and prosecuting attorney in Albany County and to fix his compensation.”

S. W. DOWNEY. Reports, as follows, were received from standing committees:

CHEYENNE, Wyo., Feb. 2, 1886. Mr. Speaker:

Your Committee on Enrollment respectfully report H. J. R. No. 7 correctly enrolled.

FRANK WILLIAMS,

Chairman. . Mr. Speaker:

Your Judiciary Committee, to whom was referred H. B. No. 2, return the same herewith and recommend the passage of the accompanying substitute.

S. W. DOWNEY,

Chairman. Substitute to H. B. No. 2, “A bill for an act concerning justices of the peace and their jurisdiction,” was introduced by Mr. Downey, chairman Committee No. 2, read first time and referred to Committee No. 19.

H. B. No. 36, “A bill for an act to provide for a uniform valuation of live stock for the purpose of taxation," was introduced by Mr. Tompkins, read first time and referred to Committee No. 19.

H. B. No. 37, “A bill for an act to authorize the issue of bonds by school district No. 1 in Uinta County," was introduced by Mr. Seaton, read first time and referred to Committee No. 19

H. B. No. 38, “A bill for an act to regulate the use of water for irrigation and for other purposes, and providing for settling the priority of rights thereto," was introduced by Mr. Lobban, read first time and referred to Committee No. 19.

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 received, read first time and referred to Committee No. 2.

H. J. R. and M. No. 2, referring to the depredations of Indians, was introduced by Mr. Mathews, read first time and referred to Committee No. 3.

H. B. No. 18 was read second time by the title and referred to Committee No. II.

H. B. No. 20 was read second time by the title and referred to a select committee of five with authority to summon witnesses and demand papers, upon the motion of Mr. O'Brien.

H. B. No. 21 was read second time by the title and referred to Committee No. 16.

H. B. No. 22 was read second time by title and referred to Committee No. II.

H. B. No. 23 was read second time by title and referred to Committee No. 15.

H. B. No. 25 was read second time by title and referred to Committee No. 2.

H. B. No. 27 was read second time by title and referred to Committee No. 5.

H. B. No. 29 was read second time by title and referred to Committee No. 2.

Mr. Speaker appointed Messrs. O'Brien, Genter, Bussey, Kime and Dole as a select Committee on H. B. No. 20.

H. B. No. 28 was read second time by title and referred to Committee No. 2.

H. B. No. 30 was read second time by title and referred to Committee No. 6.

H. B. No. 31 was read second time by title and referred to Committee No. 16.

H. B. No. 32 was read second time by title and referred to Committee No. 8.

The following communication was then received from the Council:

COUNCIL CHAMBER,

CHEYENNE, WYOMING, February 2, 1886. Hon. Speaker of the House :

SIR-I have the honor to inform the Honorable House that Mr. Ford this day introduced in the Council C. F. No. 4, "A bill for an act entitled "An act to amend chapter 34 of the compiled laws.'"

Also, the Council this day passed C. F. No, 3, “A bill for an act authorizing the building of a court house and jail at Sundance, Crook County, etc.,” by the following vote:

Ayes, II.
Absent, 1.
Also substitute for H. B. No. 10, “A bill for an act detaching

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