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By Senator Ethell, from city council of Bloomfield, urging amendment of law relating to primary road funds. Judiciary No. 1.

By Senator Holdoegel, from Mr. Brown McCrary, urging appointment of additional judges. Judiciary No. 1.

By Senator Shinn, from farm bureau of Harrison Township, Harrison County, protesting change to the appointed board of assessment and review. Ways and means.

By Senator Wichman, from Royal Neighbors of America, Hampton, protesting certain fraternal legislation. Insurance.

The following petitions from the Modern Woodmen of America protesting legislation relative to segregation of funds in fraternal beneficiary organizations, and referred to the committee on insurance: By Senator Rees, from Camp No. 336, Sidney ; by Senator Shinn, from Camp No. 325, Dunlap; by Senator Stoddard, from Sun Dance Camp No. 184, Sioux City; by Senator Fulton, from Fairfield Camp No. 246, Fairfield; by Senator Hartman, from Palm Camp No. 230, Oelwein; by Senator Hartman, from Spruce Camp No. 354, Arlington; by Senator Baird, from Avoca Camp No. 165, Avoca; by Senator Wichman, from Garner Camp No. 767, Garner.

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON MILEAGE

Senator Abben offered the following report:

MR. PRESIDENT: Your committee on mileage begs leave to report that it finds the members of the Senate of the extra session of the Fortieth General Assembly are entitled to mileage as follows:

Miles
166
225
120
142
155

35

Name
Lieut Gov. Hammill.
Abben
Adams
Baird
Banta
Bergman
Bowman
Brookhart
Brookins
Browne
Buser
Caldwell
Campbell
Cessna
Darting
Dutcher
Ethell

Amount $16.60 22.50 12.00 14.20 15.50 Miles

106 117 155 202 156

62 162

56 161 121 120

3.50 10.60 11.70 15.50 20.20 15.60

6.20 16.20

5.60 16.10 12.10 12.00

117 120

5 182 242 142

89 204

54 175

85 107 135

81 220

65

Name
Fulton
Gilchrist
Goodwin ..
Hale
Hartman
Haskell
Holdoegel
Horchem
Johnston
Kimberly
McIntosh
Mantz
Mead
Nelson
Newberry
Olson
Perkins
Price
Reed
Rees
Romkey
Schmedika
Scott
Shaff
Shane
Shinn
Slasson
Smith
Snook
Stoddard
Thurston
Tuck
White
Wichman

All of which is respectfully submitted.

115

68 215 182 168

Amount

11.70 12.00

.50 18.20 24.20 14.20

8.90 20.40

5.40 17.50

8.50 10.70 13.50

8.10 22.00

6.50 11.50

6.80 21.50 18.20 16.80 6.40 5.90 23.50

9.10 16.60 14.20

3.50 20.00 21.40

5.50 12.10 12.30 12.50

64

59 235

91 166 142

35 200 214

55 121 123 125

BENJ. ABBEN, Chairman.
GEO. B. PERKINS,
J. D. BUSER.

The report was received and ordered printed in the Journal.

INTRODUCTION OF BILLS Senate File No. 286, by Senator Baird, a bill for an act to legalize an election held in the independent school district of Council Bluffs, in the county of Pottawattamie, state of Iowa, and the issuance and sale of bonds by said school district pursuant thereto.

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

PROOF OF PUBLICATION I hereby certify, that there has been filed with the secretary of the Senate, the proof of publication of a proposed bill for the legalization of a certain election, issuance and sale of bonds of the Independent School District of Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie county, Iowa.

L. W. AINSWORTH, Secretary of the Senate.

The Journal of December 6th was corrected and approved.

On motion of Senator Newberry the Senate adjourned until 10 a. m. Saturday.

JOURNAL OF THE SENATE

SENATE CHAMBER,
DES MOINES, Iowa, DECEMBER 8, 1923.

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

Prayer was offered by the Rev. Raymond M. Shipman, pastor of the Trinity Methodist church, of Des Moines.

On motion of Senator Shane, rule 33 was suspended for the day.

LEAVE OF ABSENCE Leave of absence was granted as follows:

Senator Romkey for the day on request of Senator Price; Senator Haskell for the day on request of Senator Hale; Senator Thurston for the day on request of Senator Rees; Senator Dutcher for the day on request of Senator Stoddard; Senator Shaff for the day on request of Senator Stoddard; Senator Gilchrist for the day on request of Senator Wichman; Senator Nelson for the day on request of Senator Browne; Senator McIntosh for the day on request of Senator Bowman.

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

Petitions from Modern Woodmen of America protesting certain fraternal beneficiary legislation and referred to committee on insurance : By Senator Stoddard, from Willow Camp No. 2738, Correctionville; by Senator Fulton, from Great Bend Camp No. 5909, Keosauqua; by Senator Bowman, from Dike Camp No. 8692, Dike; by Senator Slosson, from Worth Camp No. 2355, Northwood.

On request, the roll was called to ascertain if a quorum were
present. The following senators responded :
Abt
Caldwell
Kimberly

Shinn
Baird
Campbell
Mantz

Slosson
Banta
Ethell
Mead

Snook
Bowman
Fulton
Perkins

Stoddard
Brookhart
Hale
Price

Tuck
Brookins
Hartman
Reed

White
Browne
Holdoegel
Rees

Wichman
Buser
Horchem

Shane

Total, 31.

The President declared a quorum present.

REPORTS OF COMMITTEE

Senator Reed submitted the following report: MR. PRESIDENT: Your committee on judiciary No. 1, to which was referred Senate File No. 286, a bill for an act to legalize an election held in the Independent School District of Council Bluffs, in the county of Potta wattamie, state of Iowa, and the issuance and sale of bonds by said school district pursuant thereto, begs leave to report it has had the same under consideration and recommends the same do pass.

Ordered passed on file.

Also,

MR. PRESIDENT: Your committee on judiciary No. 1, to which was referred Senate File No. 284, 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, begs leave to report it has had the same under consideration and recommends the same do pass.

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

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The following messages were received from the House:
MB. PRESIDENT: I am directed to inform your honorable body that the
House has passed the following bill in which the concurrence of the
Senate is asked:

House File No. 10, a bill for an act to amend, revise and codify chapter six (6) of title two (2) of the compiled code of Iowa and of the supplement to said code, relating to the department of justice and the attorney general.

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

Senate File No. 285, a bill for an act to amend the law as it appears in section nineteen of the compiled code, relating to the payment of compensation and mileage of members of the General Assembly.

Also, that the House has amended and adopted the following concurrent resolution in which the concurrence of the House was asked:

Senate concurrent resolution providing one copy of the supplement to the code, 1923, code of 1897, and one copy of the session laws of the Fortieth General Assembly for members of the General Assembly.

Also, that the House has concurred in Senate concurrent resolution providing for the numbering of concurrent resolutions.

Also, that the House has adopted the following concurrent resolution in which the concurrence of the Senate is asked:

House concurrent resolution No. 1, providing for the printing of committee books.

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