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act to amend, revise, and codify section eighty hundred twenty (8020) of the compiled code of Iowa, relating to garnishment.

Read first and second times and referred to committee on judiciary No. 2.

Senate File No. 281, by committee on code revision, a bill for an act to amend, revise, and codify section sixty-three hundred fortyone (6341) of the compiled code of Iowa, relating to future estates.

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

Senate File No. 282, by committee on code revision, a bill for an act to amend, revise, and codify section ninety-four hundred twenty-seven (9427) of the compiled code of Iowa, relating to peremptory challenges in the trial of criminal causes.

Read first and second times and referred to committee on judiciary No. 2.

Senate File No. 283, by committee on code revision, a bill for an act to amend, revise, and codify sections nine hundred twenty (920) to nine hundred sixty-one (961), inclusive, and nine hundred eighty (980) of the compiled code of Iowa, relating to the sale and transportation of intoxicating liquors under permits.

Read first and second times and referred to committee on suppression of intemperance.

Senate File No. 284, by Senator Baird, a bill for an act to legalize certain warrants and the issuance and sale of negotiable bonds funding said warrants, of the city of Council Bluffs, Iowa.

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

Senate File No. 285, by Senator Shane, a bill for an act to amend the law as it appears in section fourteen (14) of the Code (C. C. 19) relating to the payment of compensation and mileage of members of the General Assembly.

Read first and second times.

THIRD READING OF BILLS

On motion of Senator Shane Senate File No. 285, a bill for an act to amend the law as it appears in section fourteen (14) of the Code (C. C. 19) relating to the payment of compensation and mileage of members of the General Assembly, was taken up and considered, the rules having been suspended.

By unanimous consent the words and figures "fourteen (14) of the Code (C. C. 19)” were stricken and the words “nineteen of the Compiled Code" were inserted in lieu thereof.

By unanimous consent on request of Senator Shane, the bill was amended by adding the following as section 2:

"Sec. 2. This act being deemed of immediate importance, shall take effect from and after its publication in the Des Moines Register, a newspaper published in Des Moines, Iowa, and the Ottumwa Daily Courier, a newspaper published in Ottumwa, Iowa."

By unanimous consent on request of Senator Shane the bill was amended as follows:

Amend by adding following the word "officer” the words "of each house showing the number of days of allowance and compensation as provided by law".

By unanimous consent on request of Senator Shane the words “or adjourned" were inserted after the word "extra" in line 1 of paragraph 2 of section 1.

The bill was read for information.

Senator Shane moved that the reading just had be considered the third reading, which motion prevailed.

Senator McIntosh invoked rule 8.

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.

Senator Shane moved that the vote by which the bill passed the Senate be reconsidered and that the motion to reconsider be laid on the table, which motion prevailed.

EMPLOYMENT OF ADDITIONAL DOORKEEPERS Senator Bowman offered the following:

We move that the former members of the Grand Old Army of the Republic, namely: J. R. White, W. H. Foster, E. L. Stilson, Jack Heffelfinger, Clark Wilson, Warren Turner and 0. W. Lowrey, employed as doorkeepers during the Fortieth General Assembly be employed as additional doorkeepers for this special session as of December 4th and that they be so notified.

M. L. BOWMAN,
CARL W. REED,
W. A. CALDWELL,
J. M. SLOSSON,
0. L. MEAD,
A. J. SHINN,
W. J. GOODWIN,
W. SCHMEDIKA,
LLOYD THURSTON,
E. W. ROMKEY,
JNO. R. PRICE,
D. W. KIMBERLY,
BYRON W. NEWBERRY,
W. S. BAIRD,
PERRY C. HOLDOEGEL,

F. C. GILCHRIST,
I. N. SNOOK,
A. T. BROOKINS,
JOHN J. ETHELL,
FRANK SHANE,
B. M. STODDARD,
T. C. CESSNA,
BEN C. ABBEN,
J. O. SHAFF,
Chas. J. FULTON,
GEORGE S. HARTMAN,
J. D. BUBER,
J. A. NELSON,
J. E. WICHMAN,
B. J. HORCHEM,

A. H. BERGMAN,
RAY P. SCOTT,
GEORGE S. Banta,
S. C. REES,
H. C. ADAMS,
Chas. M. DUTCHER,
ED. H. CAMPBELL,
J. A. MCINTOSH,
J. C. TUCK,
J. L. BROOKHART,
CHAS. OLSON,
J. K. HALE,
W. G. HASKELL,
CHARLES S. BROWNE.

Senator Shaff invoked rule 8.

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

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The following committee clerks were selected, examined and after appearing before the bar of the Senate and being duly sworn were assigned as follows:

Marion Bagley-Senator Baird.
Mary E. Allen-Senator Snook.
Emma A. Wilson-Senator Shinn.
Keith K. Scott-Senator Browne.
Mae E. Schlater-Senator Hale.
Vesta Ealls–Senator White.
Harriet D. Blackwell-Senator Darting.
Elmer E. Beck-Senator Newberry.
N. E. Kelley-Senator Horchem.
Daisy V. Williams-Senator Price.
Augusta Wellons-Senator McIntosh.

MESSENGERS

The President appointed the following as messenger for the Senate:

Everett Law.

The Journal of December 4 was corrected and approved.

Senator Newberry moved that the Senate adjourn until 10 a. m. Thursday.

Senator Shaff moved to amend by making the hour 9 a. m.

On the question “Shall the amendment be adopted?” the vote was:

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The motion by Senator Newberry prevailed and the Senate adjourned until 10 a. m. Thursday.

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