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Senator Thurston offered the following amendment and moved its adoption:

Amend by striking out section 16 thereof.

The amendment was lost.

Senator Brookhart moved that the bill be read a third time now, which motion prevailed, and the bill was read a third time.

On the question “Shall the bill pass ?'' the vote was:

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The bill having received a constitutional majority was declared to have passed the Senate and the title was agreed to.

MOTION TO AMEND RULE NO. 30

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Senator Smith offered the following: MR. PRESIDENT: I move to amend Rule No. 30 by striking out the period (.) at the end of the second paragraph thereof, inserting in lieu thereof

comma (,) and adding the following: "and, bills reported out for passage, for amendment and passage, or without recommendation by a committee shall not be acted upon until at least one legislative day after the printed Journal, containing said report, has been placed upon the desks of the members of the Senate."

Consideration of the motion was deferred.

The Journal of December 13th was corrected and approved.

Senator Banta moved that the superintendent of printing be instructed to print 600 extra copies of the following bills: Senate Files Nos. 92, 102, 87, 89, 107, 283, 98, 94, and 88, which motion prevailed.

Senator Newberry moved that the Senate adjourn until 9:30 a. m. Saturday.

Senator Price moved to amend the motion by making the hour 4:30 p. m. today.

The amendment was adopted.

The motion prevailed and the Senate adjourned until 4:30 p. m.

The Senate met pursuant to adjournment, President Hammill presiding.

REPORT OF COMMITTEE

Senator Reed, from the committee on judiciary No. 1, submitted the following report:

MR. PRESIDENT: Your committee on judiciary No. 1 to whom was referred Senate File No. 241, a bill for an act to amend, revise, and codify sections eight thousand one hundred sixty (8160), eight thousand one hundred sixty-one (8161), eight thousand one hundred sixty-six (8166), and eight thousand one hundred seventy-eight (8178) of the compiled code of Iowa, relating to foreclosure of mortgages, beg leave to report it has had the same under consideration and recomme ds the same be amended as follows; and when so amended the bill do pass:

1. Strike from line 1 of section 2 the word “mortgagee". 2. By adding to section three the following:

"Such notice shall contain a full and accurate description of the property to be sold, the day and hour when, and the place at which the same will be sold."

3. Strike out all oi section 4, down to and including the word "county", line 8 and in lieu thereof insert the following:

“Such notice shall be posted for ten days in three public places in the county in which the property or any part thereof is situated. Any party entitled to notice shall be personally served with said notice for ten days if he is a resident of the county where said sale is to take place."

4. Strike from line 9 of section 5 the words and figures "fifty dollars ($50.00) and in lieu thereof insert the words and figures “twenty-five dollars ($25.00).

Also amend the title as follows: insert after the word “foreclosure" in the last line, the words "and release", also change the period at the end of the title to a comma, and add "and sales under pledge.”

CARL W. REED, Chairman. Ordered passed on file.

On motion of Senator Abben the Senate adjourned until 9:30 a. m. Saturday.

JOURNAL OF THE SENATE

SENATE CHAMBER,
DES MOINES, Iowa, DECEMBER 15, 1923.

The Senate met in regular session, President John Hammill presiding.

Prayer was offered by Col. L. W. Ainsworth, secretary of the Senate.

Senator Holdoegel moved that rule 33 be suspended for the day.

Senator Stoddard asked for a roll call.
Senator Ethell invoked rule 8.

On the question "Shall the motion prevail ?" the vote was:

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The motion prevailed and rule 33 was suspended for the day.

PETITIONS AND MEMORIALS The following petitions were presented and referred to the designated committees :

Petitions urging amendment of code commission bill No. 92, by Senator Campbell, from E. J. Dobson, Walter F. James, Katherine M. Croot, C. C. Capehart, Warner D. Miller and Jackson Blizard. Educational institutions.

Petitions urging amendment of code commission bill No. 42, by Senator Campbell, from E. J. Dobson, Catherine M. Croot, C. C. Capehart, Warner D. Miller and Jackson Blizard. Labor.

By Senator Campbell, from Royal Neighbors of America camps at Marcus, Cherokee, Quimby, Galva, Ida Grove and Merrill; and by Senator Horchem, from Camp No. 83, Modern Woodmen of America, Dubuque, protesting fraternal insurance legislation. Insurance.

LEAVE OF ABSENCE

Leave of absence was granted as follows:

Senator Romkey for the day on request of Senator Price; Senator Bowman for the day on request of Senator Price; Senator McIntosh for the day on request of Senator Price; Senator Haskell for the day on request of Senator Hale; Senator Scott for the day, on request of Senator Stoddard; Senator Fulton for the day on request of Senator Buser; Senator Shaff for the day on request of Senator Banta; Senator Bergman for the day on request of Senator Mantz; Senator Smith for the day on request of Senator Price.

MESSAGES FROM THE HOUSE

MR. PRESIDENT: I am directed to inform your honorable body that the House returns herewith as requested House File No. 10, relating to the Attorney General.

Also, that the House has passed the following bill in which the concurrence of the Senate is asked:

House File No. 156, a bill for an act to amend, revise, and codify sections three thousand five hundred seventy-five (3575), three thousand five hundred seventy-seven (3577), and three thousand five hundred seventy-eight (3578) of the compiled code of Iowa, and section three thousand five hundred eighty (3580) of the supplement to said code, relating to municipal corporations.

Also, that the House has passed the following bill in which the concurrence of the Senate is asked:

House File No. 57, a bilį for an act to amend, revise, and codify sections twelve hundred four (1204) to twelve hundred seven (1207), inclusive, and twelve hundred nine (1209) of the compiled code of Iowa, relating to lost property.

Also, that the House has passed the following bill in which the concurrence of the Senate is asked:

House File No. 2, a bill for an act to amend, revise, and codify sections four (4) to eight (8), inclusive, and forty-nine hundred sixty-two (4962) of the compiled code of Iowa, relating to the acquisition by the United States of lands in this state.

A. C. GUSTAFSON, Chief Clerk.

HOUSE MESSAGES CONSIDERED

House File No. 2, a bill for an act to amend, revise, and codify sections four (4) to eight (8), inclusive, and forty-nine hundred sixty-two (4962) of the compiled code of Iowa, relating to the acquisition by the United States of lands in this state.

Read first and second time and referred to committee on land titles.

House File No. 57, a bill for an act to amend, revise, and codify sections twelve hundred four (1204) to twelve hundred seven (1207), inclusive, and twelve hundred nine (1209) of the com piled code of Iowa, relating to lost property.

Read first and second time and referred to committee on judiciary No. 1.

House File No. 156, a bill for an act to amend, revise, and codify sections three thousand five hundred seventy-five (3575), three thousand five hundred seventy-seven (3577), and three thousand five hundred seventy-eight (3578) of the compiled code of Iowa, and section three thousand five hundred eighty (3580) of the supplement to said code, relating to municipal corporations.

Read first and second time and referred to committee on cities and towns.

BILLS SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR

A communication was received from the Governor announcing that on December 14th he had signed Senate File No. 285.

VOTE RECONSIDERED ON HOUSE FILE NO. 10

Senator Brookhart moved that the vote by which House File No. 10 passed the Senate be reconsidered, which motion prevailed.

Senator Brookhart moved that the vote by which House File No. 10 passed to its third reading be réconsidered, which motion prevailed.

THIRD READING OF BILLS

On motion of Senator Brookhart Senate File No. 253, a bill for an act to amend, revise, and codify section ninety-five hundred eighty-nine (9589) of the compiled code of Iowa, relating to the dismissal of criminal proceedings and the effect thereof, with report of committee recommending passage, was taken up, considered, and the report of the committee adopted.

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