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6. Amend section 58 by placing a period after the word "employees" and striking balance of lines 41 and 42.

7. Amend section 64, line 7, by striking the word "residence" and inserting the words “place of business" in lieu thereof.

On motion of Senator Buser the roll was called to ascertain whether the call was complete.

The roll call revealed the presence of a full membership, with exception of those previously excused.

Senator Romkey's first four amendments were adopted.

Further action was deferred.

The Journal of March 11th was corrected and approved.

AMENDMENTS FILED TO S. F. 283

Senator Brookhart filed the following amendment:
Amend section 22 by adding thereto the following as sub-section 7:

7. The permit holder shall label the bottle of every prescription filled stating the cost of the content thereof in plain figures and it shall be a misdemeanor for any permit holder to charge more than seventy-five per cent profit on the original cost thereof, and a false statement of the orig. inal cost shall be forgery."

Senator Brookhart filed the following amendment:
Amend section 1 by adding thereto the following:

“But no permit shall be granted to a registered pharmacist to buy, keep and sell such intoxicating liquors within six miles of any state school or college."

Senator Stoddard filed the following amendments:

Amend section twenty-five (25) as amended by inserting after the word "not" in line 12 the following: "less than thirty (30) days and not".

Also amend said section by changing the word "the" in line 9 to the word "a".

MR. PRESIDENT: I move to amend section 25 of S. F. 283 as amended by the Brookins amendment as follows:

Amend by adding the words “as a part of the judgment,” following the word "court" in line 10.

Also by striking from line 12 the words "for the period of" and inserting in lieu thereof the words "for a period of not less than one year and”.

E. W. ROMKEY.

Senator Romkey filed the following amendment:

Amend section 53 of Senate File 283 by inserting following sub-section 11 the following:

“12. Alcohol and other intoxicating liquors to any person firm, or corporation located and doing business in any foreign state and legally entitled to purchase and receive such liquors under the laws of such foreign state."

Senator Stoddard filed the following amendment:

Amend section 49 by striking the words "within this state” from line 2 of section 49 and by inserting said words in line 1 after the word "located”.

MR. PRESIDENT: I move to amend S. F. 283 as follows:

Amend section twenty-five (25) as amended by adding as an additional paragraph the following: “The Pharmacy Commission may, upon its own motion, and shall upon complaint filed by any citizen of the state against any permit holder, investigate violations of this act by any permit holder and if such board shall find that any permit holder has violated any of the provisions of this act in the filling of prescriptions contrary to the provisions of this act, they shall enter an order revoking the license of such pharmacist for a period of not less than one year and not exceeding five years. The statutes as to notice, charges, procedure and appeals, under chapter fourteen (14) of title VI of the compiled code shall apply to the proceedings hereby authorized so far as applicable."

J. D. BUSER, MR. PRESIDENT: I move to amend section 54 as follows:

Amend by striking from line four (4) of section fifty-four (54) the words "in the state'.

B. M. STODDARD. MR. PRESIDENT: I move to amend S. F. 283 as follows: Amend by adding as an additional section the following:

"Sec. 58-a. The provisions of section fifty-eight (58) shall not apply to sales made to persons, firms or corporations outside the state of Iowa who are now authorized to purchase the same under the federal law."

B. M. STODDARD.

On motion of Senator Stoddard the Senate adjourned until 10:00 a. m. Thursday.

JOURNAL OF THE SENATE

SENATE CHAMBER.
DES MOINES, Iowa, MARCH 13, 1924.

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

Prayer was offered by Rev. C. W. Cornn, pastor of the Christian church, Bloomfield, Iowa.

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

RESIGNATION OF DOORKEEPER

The resignation of Joe Horan, doorkeeper, dating from March 10th, was accepted.

BILLS SIGNED BY THE GOVERNOR

A communication was received from the Governor announcing, that on March 12, 1924, he had signed Senate Files Nos. 295, 263, 257, 171 and 111.

REPORT OF JOINT COMMITTEE ON ENROLLED BILLS

Senator Gilchrist, from the joint committee on enrolled bills, submitted the following report, and moved its adoption:

Mr. PRESIDENT: Your committee on enrolled bills respectfully reports that it has examined and finds correctly enrolled : House Files Nos. 46 and 256.

F. C. GILCHRIST, Chairman Senate Committee.

C. F. LETTS, Chairman House Committee. Report adopted.

MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE

The following message was received from the House :

MR. PRESIDENT: I am directed to inform your honorable body that the House has amended and passed the following bill in which the concurrence of the House was asked:

Senate File No. 101, a bill for an act relating to education and to provide tuition for children in certain charitable institutions.

A. C. GUSTAFSON, Chief Clerk.

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES

Senator Brookhart submitted the following report:

MR. PRESIDENT: Your committee on judiciary No. 2 to which was referred Senate File No. 301, a bill for an act to legalize the action of the Board of Directors of the Independent School District of Toledo, Tama County, Iowa, and the treasurer thereof in the transfer of certain funds from the general fund to the school house fund of said school district, begs leave to report it has had the same under consideration and recommends the same be amended as follows; and when so amended the bill do pass:

Amend by adding the word "Toledo" following the word "of" and before the word "Tama" in line 2.

J. L. BROOK HART, Chairman. Ordered passed on file.

Senator Newberry submitted the following report:

Mr. PRESIDENT: Your committee on public schools to which was referred Senate File No. 89, a bill for an act to amend, revise, and codify sections 2313 and 2315 of the compiled code of Iowa, and section 2558-a2 of the supplement to said code, relating to normal training high schools, begs leave to report it has had the same under consideration and recommends the same be indefinitely postponed.

BYRON W. NEWBERRY, Chairman.

The report was adopted and the bill indefinitely postponed. Senator Newberry submitted the following report:

MR. PRESIDENT: Your committee on publi schools to which was referred House File No. 100, a bill for an act to amend, revise and codify sections 2508, 2509, 2515 to 2517, inclusive, and 2526 to 2534, inclusive, of the compiled code, and sections 2524-al to 2524-a 40, inclusive, and 2525, of the supplement to said code, relating to school districts, begs leave to report it has had the same under consideration and recommends the same be amended as follows; and when so amended the bill do pass:

1. Amend the bill by adding thereto as a new section to be inserted immediately after section 11 the following:

"Sec. 11-a1. Separate ballot.

Whenever it is proposed to extend the limits of, or add territory to, an existing independent city, town or consolidated district, the voters residing within the proposed extension or addition and outside the existing independent district, shall be entitled to vote separately upon the proposition by presenting a petition to that effect signed by twenty-five per cent of them. In such event a separate ballot shall be had by the voters residing within the territory of the existing independent district and those residing outside of it. The proposition must be approved by a majority of the voters voting thereon in each of such territories."

2. Amend section 15 of the bill by striking therefrom the word "cen. tral" appearing in line 4 and by inserting in lieu thereof the word "con. solidated".

3. Amend section 19 of the bill by changing the comma after the word "published" in line 9 into a period and by striking therefrom the remainder of the section.

4. Amend section 36 of the bill by changing the word “district" in line 3 so as to read "districts".

5. Amend section 37 of the bill by striking therefrom the word "central" appearing in line 2 and by inserting in lieu thereof the word "consolidated".

6. Amend section 39 of the bill by striking from lines 1 and 2 thereof the words: "and every school township maintaining a central school".

7. Amend section 42 of the bill by striking therefrom the word "cen. tral" appearing in line 1 and by inserting in lieu thereof the word "consolidated".

8. Amend section 44 of the bill by striking therefrom the words "four (4) room schools," and by inserting in lieu thereof the words "schools having four or more rooms,".

9. Amend the bill by striking therefrom all of section 44-a.

10. Amend section 45 of the bill by striking therefrom the following language in lines 1 and 2 thereof: "and of each school township maintaining a central school".

11. Amend section 47 of the bill as amended by the House by inserting after the words "or built a school building” as contained in the House amendment the following: "or maintained a consolidated school".

12. Also amend section 47 of the bill by striking therefrom the word "central" appearing in line 2 thereof and inserting in lieu thereof the word "consolidated".

BYRON W. NEWBERRY, Chairman. Ordered passed on file.

THIRD READING OF BILLS

The Senate resumed consideration of Senate File No. 283.

The following amendments by Senator Romkey were considered:

4-a. Amend section 53, lines 4 and 5, by striking the words "federal statutes and regulations" and inserting in lieu thereof "state statutes".

5. Amend section 55, line 3, by striking the words “federal statutes and regulations" and inserting in lieu thereof "state statutes."

6. Amend section 58 by placing a period after the word "employees" and striking balance of lines 41 and 42.

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