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No. 4. Introduced by SENATOR MEEKER

Page Approving plans for a waterway from the Great Lakes to Atlantic Ocean. Read first time and adopted.

808 Adopted by House..

903

No. 5. Introduced by SENATOR LINDLEY-
Relative to an educational survey of the State.

Read first time and adopted.
Adopted by House...

819 903

No. 6. Introduced by SENATOR CRAVENS-
Condemning anti-American meeting at Madison Square Garden.

Read first time and adopted ...

914

No. 7. Introduced by SENATOR DUNCAN-
Congratulating Warren G. Harding upon his inauguration as President.
Read first time and adopted ..

914 Passed by House.

927, 969 Enrolled..

929 No. 8. Introduced by SENATOR HARTZELLUrging citizens to serve without pay upon election boards at special election, Read first time and adopted.

1021

HOUSE BILLS IN SENATE

No. 1. Introduced by MR. FIFIELD-
Appropriation for expenses of Serenty-second General Assembly.

Received from House...
Read first time....
Rules suspended.
Read second time and considered engrossed.
Read third time...
Passed : 47 ayes, 0 noes.
Signed by President.

161 162 162 163 163 163 171

No. 2. Introduced by MR. DAILEY-
Providing for county purchasing agent in certain counties.

Received from Ilouse...
Read first time and referred to Committee on Judiciary A.
Reported favorably and concurred in.....
Read second time, amended and ordered engrossed.
Read third time.
L'assed: 42 ayes, 0 noes.
Title amended.
Sigued by President.

778 780 799 SSS 922 922 923 1024

317

No. 2. Introduced by MR. JAMES---
('oncerning poultry running at large.

Received from House.
Read first time and referred to Committee on Criminal Code.
Reported and concurred in...
Read second time.
Read third time.
Failed for want of constitutional majority.
Motion to reconsider yote.
Passed : 26

a yes, 21

noes. Signed by President. Signed by Governor.

390

478 597, 732

598 636

732 833, 938. 944

868

Page

No. 4. Introduced by MR. JAMES--
Establishing a closed season for certain kinds of fish.

Received from House.
Read first time and referred to Committee on Natural Resources.
Reported favorably and concurred in.
Read second time.
Read third time.
Passed : 38 ayes, 0 noes.
Title amended...
House concurs in Senate amendments.
Signed by President.
Signed by Governor.

297 319 375 424 498 498 498 615 670 717

No. 7. Introduced by MR. SMITH-
Providing for non-partisan war memorial boards.

Received from House.
Read first time and referred to Committee on Cities and Towns.
Reported favorably and concurred in.
Read second time.
Read third time...
Passed : 37 ayes, 0 noes.
Signed by President..
Signed by Governor..

347 355 368 424 471 472 530 580

No. 8. Introduced by MR. SMITH-
Increasing tax exemption for colleges.

Received from House...
Read first time and referred to Committee on Judiciary A.
Reported favorably and concurred in.
Read second time and ordered engrossed.
Read third time...
Passed : 40 ayes, 1 no.

277 283 286 344 359 359

No. 9. Introduced by MR. COOPER-
Fixing penalty for robbery with dangerous weapons.
Received from House....

307 Read first time and referred to Committee on Judiciary A.

318 Reported favorably, amended and concurred in...

.439, 544 Read second time.....

518 Read third time.

559 Passed : 40 ayes, 0 noes.

559 Title amended...

559 House refused to concur in Senate amendments.

615 Conference Committee appointed....

615 Report of conference committee concurred in..

863 Signed by President....

.938, 944 No, 10. Introduced by MR. YOUSEFor the care and maintenance of cemeteries. Received from House...

464 Read first time and referred to Committee on Judiciary B.

468 Reported favorably and concurred in.

534 Read second time.

612 Read third time...

855 Indefinitely postponed.

856 No. 11. Introduced by MR. ABRAMS-Concerning compensation of city judges. Received from House..

711 Read first time and referred to Committee on Affairs of Indianapolis.

712 Reported favorably and concurred in.....

804

Read second time, amended, and ordered engrossed..
Read third time..
Passed : 33 ayes, 6 noes.

Page 888 928 928

No. 12. Introduced by MR. BENEDICT
Providing for right-of-way at road intersections.

Received from House...
Read first time and referred to Committee on Cities and Towns.
Reported favorably and concurred in..
Read second time.
Read third time.
Passed : 32 ayes, 0 noes.
Signed by President.
Signed by Governor.

369 365 391 469 619 619 739 806

No. 13. Introduced by MR. JAMESON.
Empowering public service commission to regulate headlights and whistles

on interurban cars.
Received from House...

706 Read first time and referred to Committee on Railroads.

706 Reported favorably and concurred in.

771 Read second time..

815 Read third time..

. 1006 Passed : 31 ayes, 2 noes...

.1006 Motion to reconsider vote on title.

1014 Title amended..

. 1015 Signed by President.

1039

No. 14. Introduced by MR. HARRISON
Concerning control of children sent to Indiana Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans'

home.
Received from House...

626 Read first time and referred to Committee on Benevolent Institutions... 6.53 Reported favorably, amended and concurred in.

.683, 922 Read second time..

.821, 924 Made special order for March 4, 10 a. m...

909 Recommitted to Committee on Military Affairs.

913 Read third time.....

970 Passed : 37 ayes, 2 noes.

971 House concurs in Senate amendments.

999 Signed by President...

1039

No. 16. Introduced by MR. GIVAN-
Providing methods of correcting errors in registration.

Received from House...
Read first time and referred to Committee on Elections.
Reported favorably and concurred In.
Read second time.
Read third time.
Passed : 33 ayes, 0 noes.
Signed by President...

Signed by Governor.
No. 22. Introduced by MR. JAMES-
Regulating taking of fur bearing animals.

331 337 387 469 596 597 670 717

Received from House..
Read first time and referred to Committee on Criminal Code.
Reported favorably and concurred in.
Read second time and amended....
Read third time..
Passed : 26 ayes, 20 noes...
House concurs in Senate amendments.

760 758 803 900 967 967 999

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No. 24. Introduced by MR. SHUGART-
Rendering gas and oil leases void after non-use for five years.

Received from House..
Read first time and referred to Committee on Natural Resources.
Reported favorably and concurred in..
Read second time..
Read third time..
Referred to committee of one for amendment.
Reported back with amendments and concurred in.
Passed : 38 ayes, 0 noes.....
House concurs in Senate amendments.
Signed by President......

382 388 485 559 672 672 672 672 862 944

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No. 25. Introduced by MR. SMITH-
Making records of Industrial Board competent evidence in courts.

Received from House...,
Read first time and referred to Committee on Judiciary B.
Reported favorably and concurred in.
Read second time...
Read third time.
Passed : 32 ayes, 1 no.
Signed by President.
Signed by Governor.

369 365 449 552 596 596 670 717

No. 27. Introduced by MR. TUCKER-
Amending police pension law.

Received from House..
Read first time and referred to Committee on Cities and Towns.
Reported favorably and concurred in...
Read second time and amended...
Read third time...
Passed : 36 ayes, 0 noes.
House concurs in Senate amendments.
Signed by Governor..

297 318 340 425 497 497 580 634

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No. 30. Introduced by MR, COOPER-
Apportioning drainage repair fund to persons originally assessed.

Received from House....
Read first time and referred to Committee on Swamp Lands and Drains.
Reported favorably and concurred in.
Read second time..
Read third time.
Passed : 39 ayes, 0 noes.

446 468 527 612 860 860

No. 32. Introduced by MR. OSBORN-
Fixing pay of special judges.
Received from House.

331 Read first time and referred to Committee on Organization of Courts... 335 Reported favorably and concurred in....

450 Read second time..

519 Read third time.

532 Passed : 40 ayes, 0 noes..

532 Title amended.

533 House concurs in Senate amendments.

615 Signed by President.

670 Signed by Governor.

717

No. 33. Introduced by MR. AHLGREN-
('oncerning assistants to township assessors.
Received from House.

724 Read first time and referred to Committee on County and Township Business 724

.

Reported favorably and concurred in.
Read second time.
Read third time..
Passed : 39 ayes, 0 noes.
Signed by President.

Page 768 845 919 919 1024

No. 35. Introduced by MR. GIVAN-
Concerning organization of corporations.

Received from House..
Read first time and referred to Committee on Corporations.
Reported favorably and concurred in.
Read second time.
Read third time..
Passed : 37 ayes, 0 noes.
Signed by President..
Signed by Governor,

494 506 55. 691 723 723 1024 806

No. 37.

Introduced by MR. NEWMAN-
Providing for soldiers' bonus.

Received from House..
Read first time and referred to Committee on Finance.

915 941

No. 39. Introduced by MR. RICH-
Concerning investment of funds of stock fire insurance companies.
Received from House...

446 Read first tme and referred to Committee on Insurance.

468 Reported favorably and concurred in.....

507 Read second time, amended, and ordered engrossed.

602, 631 Made special order for February 19, 11 a. m.; February 21, 2 p. m....603, 614 Read third time, made special order for February 28, 11 a. m..

728 Passed : 37 ayes, 0 noes.

776 House concurs in Senate amendments.

862 Signed by President.

900 Signed by Governor.

969

No. 40. Introduced by MR. JOHNSON-
Ġiving trust companies power to do general banking business.
Received from House..

382 Read first time and referred to Committee on Banks and Trust Companies 388

414 Reported favorably and concurred in.. Read second time, amended.

477, 524 Motion to reconsider action.

188

524 Rules suspended.

521 Read third time..

524 Passed : 40 ayes, 1 no.

581 House concurs in Senate amendments.

656 Signed by President. Signed by Governor.

717

No. 43. Introduced by MR. CALEF-
Regulating practice of engineering and land surveying.

Received from House....
Read first time and referred to Committee on Judiciary A
Reported favorably, annended and concurred in.
Read second time.
Read third time...
Passed : 29 a yes, 8 noes..
House concurs in Senate amendments.

674 676 696 825 871 871 927

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