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tee, to wait on His Excellency the Governor and inform him that the business of the present session is finished, and that both Houses are now ready to be adjourned.

Ordered, That Messrs. Hale and Patten be joined to said committee on the part of the Senate.

Ordered, That ihe clerk notify the House of Representatives accordingly.

A message from the House of Representatives by their clerk :

“Mr. President The Speaker of the House of Representatives has signed bills with the following titles, and the following resolutions, reported as correctly engrossed by the committee on Engrossed Billls:

"An act to suppress bowling alleys;" A resolution in favor of Currier & Hall; "An act to incorporate the Concord Manufacturing Company;" A resolution in favor of Laban-Page; Resolutions in relation to the post-office laws;. A resolution in favor of Albert G. Allen and Moody Currier;

“An act in addition to and explanatory of an act, entitled an aet to render railroad corporations public in certain cases, and constituting a board of railroad commissioners;":

A resolution in favor of Porter & Rolfe and others;

"An act to authorize the selectmen of Dover, in the county of Strafford; to lay out a highway across the lide waters of Cochecho river;"

A resolution to furnish certain books to the town of, Auburn;

“An act in addition to chapter : seventy-three of the Revised Siatutes,"

"An act in addition to and in amendment of the militia laws of this State;'

A resolution authorizing the State librarian to deposit certain books with the New Hampshire Historical Society.”

Thereupon, the President of the Senate signed the aforesaid bills and resolutions, and they were delivered to the committee on Engrossed Bills, to be by them laid before His Excellency the Governor, for his approval and signature.

Mr. Lane, from the joint committee on Engrossed Bills, reported that they had laid before His Excellency the Governor, for his consideration, and if approved, for his official signature, all bills and resolutions reported by them as having been correctly engrossed, which have received the signature of the Speaker of

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the House and President of the Senate, during the present session.

Mr. Hale, from the joint committee, appointed to wait on His Excellency the Governor, and inform him that the business of the preseni session of the legislature being closed, both branches thereof are now ready to be adjourned to the last Wednesday of May next, reported that they had attended to that duty, and that His Excellency replied that he would send in a message, adjourning the legislature accordingly, as soon as he had sufficiently considered the bills and resolutions now before him.

A message from His Excellency the Governor by the Secretary of State:

To the Senate and House of Representatives:

I have signed all the acts and resolutions which have been presented to me at this session, except an act, entitled “An act in addition to and in amendment of the militia laws of this State."

The late hour at which that act has been received, effectually prevents that consideration which its importance demands, but believing, as I do, that its passage would destroy that which it is intended to improve, I cannot give it my signature, nor is it, at this late hour, practicable for me to return the bill, with my objections, to the house where it originated.

Having been informed by your coinmittee, that you have finished all the business designed to be transacted, and that you are now ready to adjourn, I do, according to your request, adjourn the legislature to the last Wednesday of May next.

JOHN H. STEELE. Council Chamber, July 3, 1945."

The President then declared the Senate adjourned to the last Wednesday of May next. Attest

MOODY CURRIER, Clerk. A true copy from the original record, Attest

MOODY GURRIER, Clerk.

INDEX.

Address of Governor,

15
Addresses of President,

4 140
Address for removal of officers,

101 102 110 122
Adjournment,

148
Allen, A. G.,

128 133 146 147
Alteration of names, 111 112 115 119 126 127 128 131

143 144
Amoskeag Manufacturing Co., 111 112 117 119 136 143 144
Appointment of additional officers, 106 113 126 127
Appropriations for the militia,

106 108
Army rolls of the revolution, 55 83 84 123 124 136 144 145
Associations for business,

38 42 58 71
Atwood, John,

133
Auburn, 60 61 65 70 73 77 123 124 130 141 146 147

Banks,

99 104 107 116 118 121 136 143 144
Bank Commissioners,

136
Barker, Tileston A. and others, 123 124 133 144 145
Belknap Co. Bank,

33 51 62 63
Bennington, trophies of, 55 83 84 123 124 136 144 145
Blind,

101 102, 105 108 126 127
Boston and Maine Extension Railroad, 127 128 135 143 144
Bowling alleys,

127 129 135 147
Brown, John F., and others,

123 133 134 144 145
Carter, Jacob C.,

123 125 133 144 145
Carter, Wm.jr.,

128 133 144 145
Chairman appointed,

4
Cheshire Bridge Corporation, 42 47 52 54 58 70 73 77
Cheshire Railroad Company,

33 95 109 110
Chichester and Loudon,

60 61 69
Clerks chosen,
Columbian Manufacturing Company,

90 96 97 98

66

66

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Commissary General elected,

41
Committees, standing,

32
Committee to appoint door-keeper,

5
on rules,

6
to wait on Governor,

6
on votes for Governor,

7
on joint rules,

8
on votes for Senators,

8
to wait on Governor elect,

14
on votes for counsellors,

26
to procure printed rules,

27
to fixion day for close of session,

27 28
to audit the Treasurer's accounts,

28
to inform Governor of the election of
Counsellors,

31
to assign committee rooms,

32 33
on the Library and to purchase books, 36 37
on Governor's message,

37
on Oregon and Texas,

38
on Asylum for Insane and the State Prison, 38
to wait on Secretary, Treasurer, Commissa-

sary General, and State Printers, elect, 43 44
on Governor's message in relation to army
rolls, &c.,

56
to wait on Warden, elect,

78 79
on resolutions in relation to the distribu-
tion 'act,

102
to wait on Governor at the close of the
session,

146 147
rooms assigned,

33 34
Compensation of members, 44 45 50 54 56 73[see R:S.228]
Concord Manufacturing Company, 111 118 122 137 141

146 147
Contingent expenses,

60 62 64 70 73 77
Conventions of the two Houses, n 12 15 26 29 40 4
Counsellors, votes for,

29
Courts of C. P.,

90 91 100 102 105 113 139
of Probate in Rockinghain county, 70 71 79 83 84
Coos

[See R. S. 154.]
Cross, Ephraim,

81 82 85-86 95 96
Currier & Hall,

141 142 143 146 147
Currier, Moody,

128 133-146 147

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Geological Reports,

64 75
Gilmanton Theological Seminary, 106 107 115 119 126 127
Great Falls and Conway Railroad, 81 92 95 98 100 110 122
Groton and Nashua Railroad,

80 81 84 86 95 96

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Manchester Aqueduct Company, 44 45 48 72 73 77
Married women,

70 71 79 83 88 95 96
Members' compensation, 44 45 49 50 54 56 73 (See R.S.228.]
Messages from Governor, 39 42 43 46 50 55 59 148

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