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MR. PRESIDENT:

I move to amend House Bill No. 165 by inserting the word "thereafter" before the word "committed," line 13, section 12. Reference being had to the printed bill.

MASTERS, Senator. Which motion was adopted.

Senator Cravens offered the following motion to amend : MR. PRESIDENT:

I move to amend Engrossed House Bill No. 465 as follows: By inserting a new section (to be numbered section 414) between section 4 and 5 to read as follows:

After said commission has decided upon a site for the proposed new reformatory and before the site has been purchased or contracted for, the said commission shall cause to be sunk on said property or site a sufficient number of test wells to conclusively demonstrate that a sufficient quantity of good, wholesome water is available for an institution of this character; and they are further directed to employ a competent hydraulic engineer to supervise said test.

CRAVENS, Senator. Which motion was not adopted.

Senator Strode offered the following motion to amend : MR. PRESIDENT:

I move to amend Engrossed House Bill No. 165 in line 12 of section 9 (reference being had to the printed bill) by adding after the period in said line the following:

Said reports when so filed to be referred to and audited by the State board of accounts.

STRODE, Senator. Which motion was a lopted.

Senator Kline offered the following motion to amend : Mr. PRESIDENT :

I move to amend Engrossed House Bill No. 465 as follows: In section 2. line 10, by inserting after the word “manufacturing" and before the word “suitable", the following: "especially the manufacturing of cement and brick for road and bridge building material.”

KLINE, Senator. Which motion was adopted.

Senator Masters offered the following motion to amend : MR. PRESIDENT:

I move to amend House Bill No. 465 by adding a new section to be numbered section 1314, and to read as follows:

Section 1342. All laws and parts of laws in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. Reference being had to the printed bill.

MASTERS, Senator. Which motion was not adopted. Senator Nejdl offered the following motion :

MR. PRESIDENT:

I move to amend Engrossed House Bill No. 465 by striking out in line 9, section 6, all of said line after the word "construction"; all of lines 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and all of line 15 up to the period after the word "improvements".

NEJDL, Senator. Which motion did not prevail.

Senator Ratts offered the following motion to amend : MR. PRESIDENT:

I move to amend Engrossed House Bill No. 465 by striking out the words: “and no member of which shall be a member of the 1921 legislature”, inserted by house amendment after the word "party" in line 5, section 2. Reference being had to the printed bill.

RATTS, Senator. Which motion was adopted.

Senator Furnas offered the following motion to amend : MR. PRESIDENT:

I move to reconsider the vote by which amendment to Engrossed House Bill No. 465, offered by Senator Kline, was adopted.

FURNAS, Senator. Which motion was not adopted. The bill was read a third time by sections and placed upon its passage. The question being upon the passage of the bill. The roll was called. Those voting in the affirmative were :

Senators Adams, Alldredge, Bainum, Baxter, Beardsley, Behmer, Bowers, Brown, Buchanan, Cravens, Douglass, Duncan, Dunn, English, Furnas, Hartzell, Hays, Hill, Holmes, Kiper, Leonard, McConaha, Maier, Masters, Meeker, Miller, Moorhead, Nejdi, Nichols, Ratts, Richards, Self, Steele, Swain, and Van Orman. Total 35.

Those voting in the negative were:

Senators Arnold, Cann, Decker, Henley, Hepler, Hogston, Humphreys, Kline, Lindley, Southworth and Strode. Total 11.

Not voting: Senator Fitch.
So the bill was passed :

The question being : Shall the title of the bill stand as the title of the act?

It was so ordered.

The Secretary was ordered to notify the House of the passage of Engrossed House Bill No. 465 and transmit the same to that House for further action.

MESSAGE FROM TIIE HOUSE. MR. PRESIDENT:

I am directed by the House to inform the Senate that the House has passed House Concurrent Resolution No. 7 and the same is herewith transmitted to the Senate for further action.

FRANK E. WRIGHT, Clerk of the House.

A Concurrent Resolution endorsing the conference for the limitation of armaments now convening at Washington.

Section 1. Be It Resolved by the House of Representatives of the General Assembly of the State of Indiana, The Senate concurring, That the General Assembly of the State of Indiana does hereby without reservation, approve and endorse the splendid statesmanship and vision of President Harding in convening at Washington, the conference of the Nations, for the purpose of affecting an agreement for the limitation of armaments, to the end that universal peace might ultimately prevail among the nations of the world ; further, that we approve the substantial efforts being made to settle the vital problems incident to the question for which said conference was called from out of which it appears a basis will be made for developing a spirit of tolerance among the war weary people of the earth; that our President and our Representatives at Washington be assured that they have the earnest support and prayers of the people of Indiana in this wonderful undertaking, one of the sublimest in the history of mankind.

Section 2. That the Secretary of State is hereby directed to prepare the necessary number of certified copies of this resolution and forward a copy to the President and the Secretary of State and to each of the senators and representatives from Indiana in the Congress of the United States.

The Senate concurred in the resolution.

MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE. MR. PRESIDENT :

I am directed by the House to inform the Senate that the House has not concurred in Senate amendments to Engrossed House Bill No. 465 and the Speaker of the House has appointed Representatives Fifield, Givan, Youse and Kingsbury a conference committee to meet and confer with a like committee of the Senate on this bill and to report thereon.

FRANK E. WRIGHT, Clerk of the House. The President of the Senate appointed the following conference committee on Engrossed House Bill 465 : Senators Kiper, Strode, Masters, and Nejdi.

CONFERENCE COMMITTEE REPORT.

MR. PRESIDENT :

Your committee of four appointed to confer with a like committee from the House on Engrossed House Bill No. 465 would respectfully report that your said committee has conferred with a like committee from the House and have agreed as follows:

1. That the House concur in Senate amendment No. 1 by Senator Ratts, which reads as follows:

"I move to amend Engrossed House Bill No. 465 by striking out the words: and no member of which shall be a member of the 1921 legislature', inserted by house amendment after the word 'party' in line 5, section 2. Reference being had to the printed bill."

2. That the House concur in Engrossed Senate Amendment No. 2, introduced by Senator Strode, which reads as follows:

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"I move to amend Engrossed House Bill No. 465 in line 12, section 9 (reference being had to the printed bill), by adding after the period in said line the following: 'Said reports when so filed to be referred to and audited by the State Board of Accounts'."

3. That the Senate recede from Engrossed Senate Amendment No. 3 by Senator Kline.

4. That the Senate recede from Engrossed Senate Amendment No. 4 by Senator Masters.

5. That the Joint Committee recommends that there be inserted in lieu of Senate Amendment No. 5 by Senator Nejdl the following: "and all contracts to be let to the lowest responsible bidder, the Board reserving the right to reject any or all bids,” to be inserted in line 9 of section 6 of the Engrossed House Bill after the word "construction" where it appears in line 9 of section 6.

Respectfully submitted,
Roscoe KIPER,

OTTO FIFIELD,
Don P. STRODE,

JAMES L. KINGSBURY,
J. FRED MASTERS,

E. E. YOUSE,
JAMES J. NEJDL,

CLINTON H. Givan,
Senate Conferees.

House Conferees. Which report was concurred in.

MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE. MR. PRESIDENT :

I am directed by the House to inform the Senate that the House has concurred in the report of the Conference Committee on Engrossed House Bill No. 465.

FRANK E. WRIGHT, Clerk of the House.

COMMITTEE REPORTS. MR. PRESIDENT:

Your Committee on Mileage and Accounts submits the following report: That the mileage of Senator Noble C. Hays, on account of removal from his former home at Scottsburg. Ind., to Jeffersonville, Ind., should be 220 miles.

STEELE, Senator. MR. PRESIDENT:

Your Committee on Mileage and Accounts begs leave to report as follows:

Mileage.

Amount. Adams, Frank M.

130

$26 00 Alldredge, John S.

76

15 20 Arnold, Wm. A.

300

60 00 Bainum, Chas. A.

234

46 80 Baxter, Arthur R. Beardsley, Andrew H.

280

56 00 Behmer, Walter J.

156

31 20 Bowers, Wm. E.

282

56 40 Brown, Will

301

60 20 Buchanan, Charles J.

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Cann, Howard A.
Cravens, Jos. M.
Decker, John F.
Douglass, Maurice
Duncan, Estes
Dunn, Oliver E.
English, Wm. E.
Fitch, J. Monroe.
Furnas, Miles J.
Hartzell, Lee J.
Hays, Noble
Henley, Jos. E.
Hepler, George Y.
Hill, Roland H.
Hogston, Alfred
Holmes, C. Oliver.
Humphreys, James H.
Kiper, Roscoe
Kline, Oliver
Leonard, C. Leroy.
Lindley, Alonzo H.
McConaha, Walter
Maier, Paul
Masters, J. Fred.
Meeker, Curtis E.
Miller, Winfield
Moorhead, Robert L.
Nejdl, James
Nichols, Charles S.
Ratts, Oscar
Richards, Clem J.
Self, Frank H.
Southworth, Ray M.
Steele, Claude S.
Strode, Don P.
Van Orman, F. Harold.
Swain, William M.

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Which report was adopted.

MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE.

MR. PRESIDENT:

I am directed by the House to inform the Senate that the House has passed Engrossed House Bill No. 467 and the same is herewith transmitted to the Senate for further action.

FRANK E. Wright, Clerk of the House.

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