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Mr. Chamberlin of Jay,
" Lefevre of Grand Isle,
“ Spaulding of Weston,
• Pike of Stratton.

On the Grand List: Mr. Stocker of Newbury, • Harwood of Braintree, “ Cook of Mendon, " Doty of Wallingford, “ Culver of Stockbridge, • King of Bridgewater, “ Bentley of Sandgate, “ lloughton of Readsboro, " Martin of Peacham, · Harvey of Barnet,

Shaw of Charlotte, " Barrett of Underhill, " Tenney of Albany, " Mitchell of Coventry, “ Parker of Waterbury, - Hadley of Waitsfield, hi Atcheson of Westminster, « Newell of Dover, " Fitts of Salisbury, “ Braisted of Bridport, • Hudson of East Haven, “ Holbrook of Lemington, " Barney of Swanton, " Parsons of Fletcher, 6 Lefevre of Grand Isle, “ Hutchins of North Hero, " Weston of Belvidere, " Hulburd of Waterville.

General Committee : Mr. Dana of Cornwall, « Willmarth of Stamford,

Mr. Peck of Ira,
• Kelton of Montgomery,
" Conro of South Hero,
« Fairman of Wolcott,

Scott of Craftsbury, “ Robinson of Westford, “ Houston of Victory, " Kinne of Waterford, " Holden of Barre, 6. Fitts of Wardsboro, " Cook of Corinthi, " Spaulding of West Windsor.,

Distributing Committee: Mr. Hall of Grotou, " Duitton of Norwich, is Comings of Berkshire, " Finney of Monkton, " Wilson of Ilubbardton, 16 Pease of Bolton, " Cameron of Woodbury,

Ruiter of Salem, " Amiden of Winhall, " Barney of Guildford, “ Adams of Maidstone, « Churchill of Elmore,

Green of Brookfield, 6 Hutchins of North Hero.

On State Prison :

Mr. Lynde of Marlboro,
" Bailey of Windsor,
" Stanley of Leicester,
6: Brown of Strafford,
" Wheeler of Johnson,
" Pierce of Northfield,
" Foster of Brownington.

On Corporations : Mr. Henry of Chester, • Stevens of Eden, " Beattie of Brunswick, " Bemis of Dummerston, 6 Cram of Ferrisburgh, 6 Lafountain of Colchester, " Bacon of Sunderland.

Town Lines : Mr. Buel of Middletown, " Churchill of Goshen, " Stone of Halifax, " Tobey of Calais, " Howe of Sharon, " Perkins of Walden, " Harlow of Landgrove.

On Mileage and Debentures :

Mr. Putnam of Marshfield,
" Wightman of Georgia,
" Harris of Burke,
" McFarland of Hydepark,
." Sutton of St. George,
" Minette of Mount Tabor,
" Bartlett of Morgan,
" Jones of Whitingham,
" Renfrew of Fairlee,
« Batchelder of Peru,
" Lefevre of Grand Isle,
• Morrison of Canaan,
" Ellison of Baltimore,
“ Hayes of Granville.

On Public Buildings : Mr. Gilman of Montpelier, " Winslow of Royalton,

Mr. Shaw of Pittsford,
“ Currier of Troy,
" Stebbins of Brookline,
" Webster of Franklin,
" Ellis of Sutton. .

Bills of the following titles were severally introduced, read the first and second times, and referred, as follows:

By Mr. Smalley,

H. 35. An act laying a tax on the county of Chittenden;

To a special committee consisting of the members from Chittenden county.

By Mr. Davis of St. Albans,
H. 36. An act laying a tax on the county of Franklin;

To a special committee consisting of the members from Franklin county.

On motion of Mr. Holbrook, the House adjourned.

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1874.

Reading of Scriptures and prayer by Rev. Mr. Hyatt of Starksboro.

Journal of yesterday read and approved.

Bills of the following titles were severally introduced, read the first and second times, and referred, as follows:

By Mr. Smalley,

H. 37. An act in amendment of, and in addition to, an act approved November 26, 1872, entitled “An act in

amendment of an act to incorporate the City of Burling. ton, approved November 23, 1864, and of the several amendments thereto, heretofore enacted”;

To the Committee on the Judiciary.
By Mr. Grout of Newport,

H. 38. An act to pay Edward Hawkins the sum therein named ;

To the Committee on Claims.
Mr. Smalley offered the following resolution :

Resolved, That the Committee on Public Buildings are hereby requested to inquire into the expediency and necessity of providing better accommodations for the State Library, the State Cabinet, the Collections of the Vermont Historical Society; and also for additional committee rooms and for the better ventilation of the Representatives' Hall and Senate Chamber; and report by bill or otherwise ;

Which was read and adopted.

Bills of the following titles were severally introduced, read the first and second times, and referred, as follows:

By Mr. Kelsey,

H. 39. An act in amendment of section one of an act approved November 20, 1868, entitled " An act relating to warning town meetings”;

To the Committee on the Judiciary.
By Mr. Norton,

H. 40. An act to protect fish in certain private ponds in the town of Bennington ;

To the General Committee. * By Mr. Martin of Londonderry,

H. 41. An act to pay Willard Bemis, the sum therein named ;

To the Committee on Claims.

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