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Present but not voting-Jefferson, Monaghan, Rose, Smith.

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

Mr. Pennewill, offered the following resolution, which on his motion was adopted:

Be it Resolved by the Senate that no supplies of any character whatever shall be ordered or drawn by the Senate for this extraordinary session of the General Assembly, except those actually required by the President and Clerks of the Senate.

Mr. Sparks, offered the following resolution, which on his motion was adopted:

Resolved, That the privileges of the floor be accorded to ex

members of the Senate, members and ex-members of the House, Governor and other State officers, Representatives and

former Representatives in Congress, members of the Bar, women and representatives of the press, but none shall be allowed within the Bar of the Senate while the Senate is in session, but members and officers of the Senate and House of Representatives, Governor, State officers, members of the State Bench, women and representatives of the press, except lipon special motion duly made and accorded by the Senate for a time to be specified in the motion.

Mr. Lewis, Clerk of the House, being admitted, informed the Senate that the House had concurred in Senate Joint Resolution No. I, entitled :

“Providing for an adjournment of the General Assembly until Monday, June 11, A. D. 1906."

Mr. Lingo, from the Committee on Enrolled Bills, reported back as duly and correctly enrolled and ready for the signature of the President of the Senate and Speaker of the House.

Senate Joint Resolution, No. I.

Providing for the adjournment of the General Assembly until Monday, June 11th, 1906.

Mr. Lewis, Clerk of the House, being admitted, returned to the Senate the following duly and correctly enrolled Senate Joint Resolution:

Senate Joint Resolution, No. 1,

Providing for the adjournment of the General Assembly until Monday, June 11th, A. D. 1906.

Hon. Joseph L. Cahall, Secretary of State, being admitted, informed the Senate that the Governor has approved Senate Joint Resolution, No. 1, as above.

On motion of Senator Sparks the Senate adjourned until Monday, June uith, A. D. 1906, in accordance with the above resolution.

June 11th, 1906, 5.50 o'clock, P. M..
Senate met pursuant to adjournment.
Prayer by the Chaplain.

Roll called. Members present-Messrs. Barnard Conner, Houston, Jefferson, Latta, Lingo, Mendinhall, Monaghan, Moore, T. C., Pennewill, Rose, Smith, Sparks, Stirling.

Journal read and approved.

On motion of Moore, T. C., the bill, (S. B. No. I), entitled:

An Act proposing amendments to Article nine (9) of the Constitution of the State of Delaware, concerning corporations.

Was read a first time.

On the further motion of Mr. Moore, T. C., Rule 14 was suspended as to this bill.

And further on his motion the bill was read a second time, by its title, and referred to the Committee on Revised Statutes.

Mr. Rose presented a resolution of respect to the memory of Hon. James T. Reed, deceased, which on his motion, was read as follows:

Whereas, Since the adjournment of the regular session of this General Assembly, Hon. James T. Reed, a Senator from Kent County, has died; and

Whereas, In the estimation of his colleagues, he was a man of wide information, sound judgment, unfailing courtesy, perfect integrity, and unselfish devotion to his State and country;

Therefore be it Resolved by the Senate of the State of Delaware, that the death of Hon. James T. Reed is a distinct

loss to this body and to the State of Delaware, and is a source of profound regret to the Senators who survive him; and be it further

Resolved, That these resolutions be spread upon the Journal of the Senate; and be it further

Resolved, That as a mark of respect to the memory of Hon. James T. Reed the Senate do now adjourn for the day.

That an engrossed copy of these resolutions properly attested be forwarded to the family of the deceased by the Secretary of the Senate and that they may be spread in full upon the Journal.

I. T. PARKER,

President of the Senate. Attest: J. Edward Goslee,

Secretary of the Senate. Senator Sparks moved that the Senate adjourn until i A. M. next day in accordance with the above resolution, which motion prevailed.

Mr. Conner moved the adoption of the above resolution of respect, which motion prevailed.

In accordance with the above motion Senate adjourned until 11 A. M., Tuesday, June 12th, 1906.

Tuesday, June 12th, 1906, II o'clock, A. M.
Senate met pursant to adjournment.
Prayer by the Chaplain.

Roll called. Members present-Messrs. Barnard, Boyce, Conner, Houston, Latta, Lingo, Mendinhall, Monaghan, Moore, T. C., Pennewill, Rose, Smith, Sparks, Stirling.

Journal read and approved.

Mr. Sparks presented concurrent resolution entitled: Resolved by the Senate, the House concurring therein that the two Houses convene as a Committee of the Whole in the House of Representatives at 2.30 P. M. this day to listen to an explanation of the two bills before the General Assembly by the Hon. Robert H. Richards.

Which, on his motion, was read and adopted.

Mr. Sparks presented the following resolution, which on his motion, was read and adopted.

Whereas, The term of the Honorable Lewis H. Ball as United States Senator in Congress for the State of Delaware, expired on the fourth day of March, A. D. 1905.

And Whereas, His successor, should be now chosen.

Therefore, Be it Resolved, That the Senate do now proceed to name, by a viva voce vote, a person for Senator in Congress from the State of Delaware, for the constitutional term from the 3rd day of March, A. D. 1905, pursuant to an Act of Congress entitled, “An Act to regulate the time and manner of holding elections for Senators in Congress”, approved July 25. A. D. 1866, and pursuant to the provisions of Sections 14 and 15 of an Act of Congress of the United States entitled "An Act to revise and consolidate the Statutes of the United States in force on the ist day of December, A. D. 1873”, approved January 22, 1874.

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