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No. 455. Introduced by MR. LEER-
Providing for payment of publishers' fees in certain highway matters.

Received from House...
Read first time and referred to Committee on Roads.
Reported favorably and concurred in.
Indefinitely postponed..
Rules suspended..
Read third time.
Passed : 40 ayes, 0 noes.
Signed by President..

927 940 956 971 995 996 996 1039

No. 164. Introduced by MR. HARRISON---
Qualifications of trustees of Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home.

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

796 797 866 926 967 967 999 1025

HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS IN SENATE

No. 2. Introduced by MR. MILLER-
Relating to a barbecue to be held at the State Fair Grounds.

Received from House...
Read first time and referred to ('ommittee on Federal Relations..

652 654

No. 3. Introduced by MR. LEER-
Relating to fees and salaries of county officers.

Received from House.
Read first time and adopted.

734 737

No. 4. Introduced by MR. ANDERSON-
Relating to an Indiana college week.

Received from House..
Read first time and referred to Committee on Education
Reported favorably and concurred in.
Adopted

652 654 682 703

No. 5. Introduced by MESSRS. LAFUZE, DELAPLANE, WILLIS of Steuben

and YOUSE('ongratulating President Jarding on choice of cabinet. Received from House..

927 Read first time and adopted.

942 Signed by President...

1039

No. 6. Introduced by MR. SHERWOOD-
Favoring the Fordney four-fold soldiers' bonus bill.

Received from House....
Read first time and adopted.
Signed by President.

915 943 1039

No. 15. Introduced by MR. ANDERSON-
Approving Federal aid in construction of rural post roads.

Read first time and adopted...

1000

JOURNAL

of the

Indiana State Senate

during the

SPECIAL SESSION

of the

Seventy-Second General Assembly

Wednesday, December 14, 1921

FORT WAYNE PRINTING COMPANY
CONTRACTORS FOR INDIANA STATE PRINTING AND BINDING

FORT WAYNE, INDIANA

JOURNAL

of the

State Senate of Indiana

Special Session of the Seventy-Second General Assembly

WEDNESDAY MORNING.

December 14, 1921.

The Senate was called to order at ten o'clock a. m. by LieutenantGovernor Emmett F. Branch, President of the Senate.

Prayer was offered by Rev. George Savary of the First Congregational Church of Indianapolis.

The President ordered the roll call.

The following Senators responded to their names : Senators Adams, Alldredge, Arnold, Bainum. Baxter, Beardsley, Behmer, Bowers, Brown, Buchanan, Cann, ('ravens, Decker, Douglass, Duncan, Dunn, English, Fitch, Furnas, Hartzell, Hays, Henley, Hepler, Hill, Hogston, Holmes, Humphreys, Kiper, Kline, Leonard. Lindley, Jet'onaha, Maier, Masters, Meeker, Miller, Moorhead, Nejdi, Nichols, Ratts, Richards, Self, Southworth, Steele, Strode, Swain, and Van Orman. Total 47.

The President announced that there was a quorum present.

The President ordered the reading of the Journal of the last day of the regular session.

On motion of Senator Fitch the reading of the Journal was dispensed with.

Senator Aldredge offered the following resolution and moved its adoption :

SENATE RESOLUTION.

WHEREAS, Since the last session of the General Assembly the hand of death has removed from our joint body the Speaker of the House of Representatives, that eminent jurist and just parliamentarian; and

WHEREAS, We of this body have at all times found him to be an able and conscientious co-worker and that in his death the State has sustained the loss of one of her most worthy and faithful servants; therefore,

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE SENATE OF THE STATE OF INDIANA, That we, the members thereof, do extend to the bereaved family our sincere and heartfelt sympathy in this hour of bereavement; and

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