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No. 361. Introduced by SENATOR BROWN
Providing that claimants may bring suit against state highway

mission.
Read first time and referred to Committee on Roads..
Reported favorably and concurred in....

807 850

No. 362. Introduced by SENATOR BOWERS-
Concerning elevation of railroad tracks (Fort Wayne).

Read first time and referred to Committee on Cities and Towns.
Reported favorably and concurred in.
Rules suspended...
Read third time.
Passed : 36 ayes,

0 noes.
Passed by House.....
Enrolled
Signed by President,

851 851 873 873 873 983 984 1024

No. 363. Introduced by SENATOR SELF-
Providing for per diem of members of conservation commission.

Read first time and referred to Committee on Finance.
Reported favorably and concurred in..
Rules suspended..
Read third time..
Passed : 30 ayes, 12 noes.
Passed by House....
Signed by President.

908 909 976 977

977 . 1039 1039

No. 364. Introduced by SENATORS DUNN and LINDLEY-
Amending workmen's compensation act.

Read first time....
Rules suspended.
Passed : 34 ayes, 10 noes.

916 917 917

No. 365. Introduced by SENATOR FITCH-
Amending drainage law.

Read first time...
Indefinitely postponed.

918 918

No. 366. Introduced by SENATOR RATTS-
Concerning publishing and distribution of session laws.

Read first time.
Rules suspended.
Passed : 37 ayes, 0 noes.
Passed by House...
Enrolled...

939, 944

945 945 983 984

No. 367. Introduced by SENATOR DUNCAN-
Concerning use of Federal relief money to hospital for insane.

Read first time and referred to Committee on Benevolent institutions.... 950
Rules suspended.....

950 Passed : 35 ayes, 0 noes.

9.50

1018

No. 368. Introduced by SENATOR NEJDL-
Establishing an interstate harbor commission of Ilinois and Indiana.

Read first time.....
Rules suspended..
Passed : 42 ayes, 0 noes.
Passed by House.
Enrolled

..1019 . 1019 . 1024 1025

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONS

No. 1. Introduced by SENATOR ENGLISH

Page Proposing certain amendments to the state constitution.

Read first time and referred to Committee on Constitutional Revision...150, 157 Recommitted to Committee on Judiciary A.

196 Reported favorably and concurred in.

.180, 201 No. 2. Introduced by SENATOR DOUGLASS-Appointing an efficiency committee to investigate state offices. Read first time and referred to Committee on Finance..

173 Indefinitely postponed..

195 No. 3. Introduced by SENATOR HOGSTONConcerning the revision and codification of the insurance laws. Read first time and referred to Committee on Insurance.

186

No. 4. Introduced by SENATOR STEELE-
Proposing an investigation of the building products industry.

Read first time and referred to Committee on Corporations..
Reported and concurred in....
Read second time and ordered engrossed.
Read third time....
Indefinitely postponed.

180 198 238 435 437

No. 5. Introduced by SENATOR ENGLISH-
Constitutional amendment restricting right of voting to fully naturalized

citizens. Read first time and referred to Committee on Constitutional Revision... 150 Reported ..

201 Read third time.

263 Passed : 45 ayes, 2 noes.

264 Passed by House.

712 Signed by President.

753 Enrolled..

713 Signed by Governor.

862

No. 6. Introduced by SENATOR ENGLISH-
Constitutional amendment providing for classification for registration pur.

poses. Read first time and referred to Committee on Constitutional Revision.... 150 Reported favorably, amended and concurred in...

201 Read third time.

312 Passed : 42 ayes, 1 no.

313 Passed by® House.

712 Signed by President.

753 Enrolled

713 Signed by Governor.

862

No. 7. Introduced by SENATOR ENGLISH-
Constitutional amendment concerning apportionment of Senators and rep-

resentatives. Read first time and referred to Committee on Constitutional Revision. 151 Reported.

202 Read third time.

304 Passed : 32 ayes, 2 noes.

305 Passed by House.

712 Signed by President

753 Enrolled

713 Signed by Governor.

900

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No. 8. Introduced by SENATOR ENGLISH-
Constitutional amendment providing for a state budget.

Read first time and referred to Committee on Constitutional Revision..
Reported .

151 202

No. 9. Introduced by SENATOR ENGLISH-
Constitutional amendment authorizing Governor to veto items in appropria-

tion bills. Read first time and referred to Committee on Constitutional Revision.... 154 Reported...

205 Read third time.

315 Passed : 36 ayes, 8 noes.

316 Passed by House.

712 Signed by President.

753 Enrolled.

713 Signed by Governor.

862

No. 10. Introduced by SENATOR ENGLISH-
Constitutional amendment fixing terms of all state officers at four years.

Read first time and referred to Committee on Constitutional Revision.....
Reported
Read third time..
Passed : 35 ayes, 2 noes.
Passed by House. .
Signed by President.
Enrolled
Signed by Governor

155 206 305 305 712 753 713 900

No. 11. Introduced by SENATOR ENGLISH-
Constitutional amendment fixing term of all county officers at four years.

Read first time and referred to Committee on Constitutional Revision.. 155
Reported..

207 Made special order for February 1, 2 p. m..

306 Read third time....

330 Pagged: 32 ayes, 10 noes.

331 Passed by House.

712 Signed by President.

753 Enrolled

713 Signed by Governor.

862

No. 12. Introduced by SENATOR ENGLISH-
Constitutional amendment providing for selection of clerk of supreme court.

Read first time and referred to Committee on Constitutional Revision..
Reported...
Read third time..
Defeated: 11 ayes, 30 noes.

207 349 319

No. 13. Introduced by SENATOR ENGLISHI---
Constitutional amendment fixing term of prosecuting attorney at four years.

Read first time and referred to Committee on Constitutional Revision ..... 153
Reported ..

208 Read third time.

333 Passed : 39 ayes, 3 noes.

334 Passed by House..

712 Signed by President.

753 Enrolled ...

713 Signed by Governor.

862

No. 14. Introduced by SENATOR ENGLISH

Page Constitutional amendment authorizing General Assembly to prescribe qualifica

tions for lawyers. Read first time and referred to Committee on Constitutional Revision. 155 Reported

208 Read third time.

296 Passed : 40 ayes, 0 noes.

296 Passed by House.

712 Signed by President.

753 Enrolled ..

713 Signed by Governor.

862

No. 15. Introduced by SENATOR ENGLISH-
Constitutional amendment providing for appointment of state superintendent

of public instruction. Read first time and referred to Committee on Constitutional Revision.... 156 Reported

208 Read third time..

358 Defeated : 12 ayes, 35 noes.

359 Motion to reconsider vote.

887, 937 Passed : 26 ayes, 17 noes.

937 Passed by House ...

969, 1040 Signed by President.

1039

No. 16. Introduced by SENATOR ENGLISH-
Constitutional amendment giving General Assembly power over tax system

of state. Read first time and referred to Committee on Constitutional Revision .... 156 Reported

209 Read third time.

278 Passed : 34 ayes, 8 noes.

278 Passed by House.

904

No. 17. Introduced by SENATOR ENGLISH-
Constitutional amendment providing for an income tax.

Read first time and referred to Committee on Constitutional Revision.... 156
Reported

209 Read third time...

351 Passed : 33 ayes, 10 noes.

351 Passed by House.

927 Enrolled

929

No. 18. Introduced by SENATOR ENGLISHI-
Constitutional amendment admitting negroes to state militia.

Read first time and referred to Committee on Constitutional Revision ...
Reported
Read third time,
Passed : 39 ayes, 4 noes.
Passed by House.
Signed by President.
Enrolled ..
Signed by Governor.

156 209 278 278 712 753 713 862

No. 19. Introduced by SENATOR ENGLISH-
Constitutional amendment prohibiting extension of terms or salaries of public

officers during term.
Read first time and referred to Committee on Constitutional Revision.... 156
Reported ....

210 Read third time.

264 Passed : 30 ayes, 16 poes.

265 Passed by House.

712 Page

Bigned by President.
Enrolled..
Signed by Governor.

753 713 862

No. 20. Introduced by SENATOR ENGLISH-
('onstitutional amendment concerning amendment of state constitution.

Read first time and referred to Committee on Constitutional Revision ... 157
Reported...

210 Read third time.

265 Defeated : 13 ayes, 33 noes.

266

No. 21. Introduced by SENATOR HARTZELL-
Providing for examination of fiscal affairs of state universities and state

normal school.
Read first time and referred to Committee on Judiciary A.
Indefinitely postponed..

392 440

No. 22. Introduced by SENATOR NEJDL
For the establishment of an Interstate Harbor Commission.

Read first time and referred to Committee on Judiciary A.
Reported and concurred in.
Read second time, amended and ordered engrogsed.
Read third time...
Passed : 38 ayes, 0 noes..
Senate concurs in House amendments.

455 509 563 637 639 955

No. 23. Introduced by SENATOR RICHARDS-
For an investigation of old age pensions.

Read first time and referred to Committee on Rights and Privileges.
Reported favorably and concurred in...
Read second time and ordered engrossed.
Read third time...
Passed : 36 ayes, 8 noes.

501 657 744 817 817

SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS

No. 1. Introduced by SENATOR HARTZELL
Opposing increase in the national house of representatives.

Read first time and adopted..
Passed by House.

174 187

No. 2. Introduced by SENATOR STRODE-
Congratulating Geo. A. Gordon, member of 1850 Constitutional Convention,

on bis 100th birthday. Read first time and adopted. Passed by House...

221 227

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No. 3. Introduced by SENATOR HOLMES-
Providing for the presentation of a personal memorial to

serving during the World War.
Read first time and referred to Committee on Military Affairs.
Reported favorably and concurred in.
Read second time and ordered engrossed.
Adopted by House.
Signed by President.
Enrolled

561 588 661 1039 1039 1039

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