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Mr. Lambden, of the House, voted for Willard Saulsbury.

Mr. Messick, of the House, voted for Harry A. Richard

son.

Mr. McCafferty, of the House, voted for Willard Saulsbury.

Mr. Newton, of the House, voted for Harry A. Richardson.
Mr. Paradee, of the House, voted for Harry A. Richard-

son.

Mr. Palmer, of the House, voted for Harry A. Richard

son.

Mr. Rash, of the House, voted for Harry A. Richardson.
Mr. Richards, of the House, voted for Harry A. Richard-

son.

Mr. Richardson, of the House, voted for Harry A. Richardson.

Mr. Staats, of the House, voted for Harry A. Richardson.
Mr. Taylor, of the House, voted for Willard Saulsbury.
Mr. Williams, of the House, voted for Harry A. Richard-

son.

Mr. Wilson, of the House, voted for Harry A. Richardson.
Mr. Speaker of the House, voted for Harry A. Richard-

son.

The vote as above ascertained having been announced, as follows:

For Harry A. Richardson, 35 votes.
For Willard Saulsbury, 15 votes.

Whereupon the President pro tem. of the Senate declared that Harry A. Richardson having received a majority of all the votes cast for United States Senator, was elected for full term. of six years, beginning March 4th, 1907.

Mr. Holcomb offered the following resolution:

Be it resolved by the General Assembly of the State of Delaware in Joint Session met:

That we have just learned of the death of Hon. Elwood L. Wilson, a former member of the House of Representatives from the Tenth District of New Castle County; that many members of the present Assembly had the pleasure of serving with him and learned to admire his sterling qualities as a man and legislator; that we tender his family our sincere sympathy in this hour of their affliction; that the clerks transmit to his family a copy of this resolution and as a further mark of respect this Joint Session do now arise and stand in silence.

On motion of Mr. Moore, of the Senate, the two Houses separated, and the Senate returned to their chamber.

On motion of Mr. Rose Senate takes recess until 10.30 o'clock next day.

January 17th, 1907, 10.30 o'clock, A. M.

Senate met pursuant to adjournment.

Prayer by the Chaplain.

Roll called. Members present-Messrs. Barnard, Conner, Hart, Houston, Iliffe, Jester, Miller, Moore, Rose, Rowlan, Mr. President pro tem.

Journal read and approved.

Mr. Iliffe, on behalf of the Committee on Enrolled Bills, reported as duly and correctly enrolled and ready for the signature of the President, the following Senate bill: Senate Bill, No. 1, entitled:

An Act to provide for the State of Delaware to be represented at the Jamestown Ter-Centennial Exposition and to make an appropriation therefor.

On motion of Mr. Sparks, pursuant to a previously adopted resolution, the Senate repairs to the hall of the House of Representatives to sit as a Committee of the Whole to hear an address by Mrs. Maria Weed, of Washington, D. C., relating to the Anti-Poligamy bill now pending in Congress.

The following notices were given:

Mr. Rose gave notice that on to-morrow or some future day he would ask leave to introduce a bill, entitled : An Act to change the name of Sallie B. Loper to Sallie B. Johnson.

Mr. Iliffe gave notice that on to-morrow or some future day he would ask leave to introduce a bill, entitled: An Act to incorporate Millsboro Trust and Safe Deposit Company.

Mr. Rose gave notice that on to-morrow or some future day he would ask leave to introduce a bill, entitled: An Act to provide a Board of Revision of Assessments in New Castle County.

Mr. Rose gave notice that on to-morrow or some future day he would ask leave to introduce a bill, entitled: An Act to require non-residents to file proper vouchers in order to procure marriage licenses and to prohibit ministers not in active charge of some church from preforming the marriage cere

mony.

Mr. Sparks presented a joint resolution entitled : Senate Joint Resolution providing for the adjournment of the Legislature to January 21st, A. D. 1907, which, on his motion, was read.

Mr. Sparks moved that the joint resolution be adopted.
On the question, “Shall the joint resolution be adopted ?"

The yeas and nays were ordered, which, being taken, were as follows:

Yeas-Messrs. Barnard, Hart, Houston, Iliffe, Jester, Miller, Moore, Rowland, Mr. President pro tem.

So the question was decided in the affirmative, and the joint resolution having received the required constitutional majority, was declared adopted.

Ordered to the House for concurence.

Ordered that the House be informed thereof, and the joint resolution returned to this body.

STATE OF DELAWARE,

SS.

Be it known, that the Legislature of the State of Delaware, did, on the sixteenth day of January, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and seven, at an election in due manner held, according to the form of the act of the General Assembly of said State in such case made and provided, chose Harry A. Richardson to be a Senator from the said State in the Senate of the United States, for the Constitutional term to commence on the fourth day of March next.

Given under our hands in obedience to the said act of the General Assembly the day and year aforesaid.

GEORGE W. SPARKS, President Pro Tempore of the Senate.

. RICHARD HODGSON,

Speaker of the House of Representatives. Attest:

L. G. STERNER,

Secretary of the Senate.
W. J. SWAIN,

Clerk of the House of Representatives. Mr. Swain, Clerk of the House, being admitted, informed the Senate that the House had passed and requested the concurrence of the Senate in the following House bills: H. B. No. 19, entitled:

An Act to repeal an act entitled “An Act to divorce Caleb Brinton from Clarine J. Brinton from the bonds of matrimony", passed at Dover, April 12, 1887.

And presented the same to the Senate.

Mr. Swain, Clerk of the House, being admitted, informed the Senate that the House had passed and requested the concurrence of the Senate in the following House bills: H. B. No. 26, entitled :

An Act repealing Chapter 82, Volume 23, Laws of Delaware, being “An Act regulating the furnishing of supplies for the State".

And presented the same to the Senate.

Mr. Swain, Clerk of the House, being admitted, informed the Senate that the House had passed and requested the concurrence of the Senate in the following joint resolution, No. 6, entitled:

House Joint Resolution providing for a committee to audit the acounts of certain State officers.

And presented the same to the Senate.

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