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Senator Brookhart moved as a substitute motion, that the Senate go into a committee of the whole.
Senator Price moved to amend the substitute by adding that the committee of the whole be secret.
The amendment was adopted.
Senator Price moved that all officers be excluded, except the secretary and the sergeant-at-arms, which motion prevailed.
The committee of the whole was dissolved and the Senate resumed regular session.
Senator Price moved that rule 43 be amended so that in all executive sessions hereafter held during this special session of the general assembly, all ballots should be taken in the following manner :
The clerk of the executive session shall call the roll and each Senator shall rise in his place and vote "yes" or "no", or not vote.
Senator Brookhart raised the point of order that a question of amending the rules should be referred to the committee on rules.
The President held the point well taken.
On motion of Senator Adams the Senate went into executive session.
The Senate arose from executive session and resumed regular session.
CALL OF THE SENATE FILED
We, the undersigned, hereby request a call of the Senate at all times when the question of confirmation of the Governor's nominees for the office of Director of the Budget is under consideration.
P. C. HOLDOEGEI.
CONCURRENT RESOLUTION NO. 23 CONSIDERED
Senator Stoddard called up the following resolution for considération:
Be It Resolved by the Senate, the House concurring: That this extra session of the Fortieth General Assembly adjourn sine die at 3 o'clock p. m., July 28, 1924.
Senator Stoddard moved to amend by striking the words and figures "3:00 o'clock p. m., July 28, 1924” and inserting in lieu thereof the words and figures “9:00 a. m., July 30, 1924".
The amendment was adopted.
On the question "Shall the resolution be adopted !” the vote
Absent or not voting, 11.
Senator Smith moved that the Senate adjourn until 8:00 a. m., Wednesday.
Senator Romkey moved to amend by making the hour 7:00 a. m., which motion was lost.
The motion by Senator Smith prevailed and the Senate adjourned until 8:00 a. m., Wednesday.
JOURNAL OF THE SENATE
The Senate met in regular session, President John Hammill presiding.
Prayer was offered by Col. Leon W. Ainsworth, secretary of the Senate.
On motion of Senator Shinn rule 33 was suspended for the day.
COMMUNICATION FROM THE GOVERNOR
A communication was received from the governor announcing that he had on the 29th day of July signed Senate Files Nos. 330, 341 and 342.
MESSAGES FROM THE HOUSE
The following messages were received from the House:
MB. PRESIDENT: I am directed to inform your honorable body that the House has indefinitely postponed the following bill in which the concur. rence of the House was asked:
Senate File No. 335, a bill for an act to amend section 5418 of the supplement to the compiled code so as to remove from the exemptions to the provisions of the blue sky law the securities of certain corporations organized under the laws of this state.
Also: That the House has adopted the following concurrent resolution in which the concurrence of the House was asked:
Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 22, relating to the adjournment of the extra session of the Fortieth General Assembly sine die.'
A. C. GUSTAFSON, Chief Clerk. On motion of Senator Baird the Senate went into executive session.
On motion and roll call the Senate confirmed the appointment of Hon. E. L. Hogue of Blencoe, Iowa, as director of the budget. The Senate arose from executive session and resumed regular session.
SENATE FILE NO. 343 WITHDRAWN
By unanimous consent Senator Shaff withdrew Senate File No. 313 from further consideration.
Senator Stoddard moved that a committee of three be appointed to notify the governor that the Senate is now ready to adjourn sine die.
The motion prevailed and the president appointed as such committee, Senators Stoddard, Price and Slosson.
Senator Brookins moved that a committee of three be appointed to notify the House that the Senate is now ready to adjourn sine die.
The motion prevailed and the president appointed as such committee Senators Brookins, Schmedika and Adams.
The journal of July 29th was corrected and approved.
The hour of 9 a. m. having arrived, President Hammill declared the extra session of the Senate of the Fortieth General Assembly adjourned sine die.
HISTORY OF SENATE BILLS IN SENATE
NOTE: Code revision bills, introduced in both houses in identical
SENATE FILES PASSED AND APPROVED
RECORD OF JOINT RESOLUTIONS
3 By Committee on Code Re-
vision. Recess of General As-
sembly and discharge of em-
Amended, passed: ayes 44, nays 0 1480
Reconsideration prevailed . 1501
4 By Brookins. Committee to
investigate and make recom-
mendations to the 41st G. A.
and make appropriations
RECORD OF EACH BILL
this state by U. S.
mittee on bills.
effect by publication.
of codes and sessions laws.
adopted and concurred in.....1461