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STATE OF DELAWARE.

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.

Dover, Delaware, June 13, 1906. To the Honorable, the Senate of Delaware:

Gentlemen :

In conformity with the Constitution and Laws I have, since the adjournment of the Senate on the twenty-third day of March, A. D. 1905, granted the following commissions to fill vacancies happening in offices. I hereby nominate and appoint for the consent and confirmation of the Senate, the persons so commissioned, as follows:

Charles G. Wright, to be collector of Oyster Revenue, for the term of two years from third Tuesday of February, 1905.

James H. Jones to be a Justice of the Peace in and for Kent County, for the term of four years from April 1, 1905.

William M. Prouse to be a Justice of the Peace in and for Kent County for the term of four years from April 20, 1905.

Joseph B. West, to be a Justice of the Peace in and for Sussex County, for the term of four years from April 22, 1905.

Frank R. Householder, to be a Justice of the Peace in and for New Castle County, for the term of four years from April 26, 1905.

Francis A. Price to be New Castle County State Highway Commissioner, for the term of four years, from January 1, 1905.

Eli L. Collins to be a Justice of Peace in and for Sussex County, for the term of four years from June 23, 1905.

Joseph Alexander Bond to be Factory and Workshop Inspector for the State of Delaware, for the term of two years from July 1, 1905.

Roman Tammany to be a Justice of the Peace in and for Sussex County, for the term of four years from September 7, Alfred G. Cox, to be a Justice of the Peace in and for New Castle County, for the term of four years from September 28, 1905.

Lawrence J. Broman, to be a Justice of the Peace in and for New Castle County, for the term of four years from October 25, 1905.

William E. Davis to be a Justice of the Peace in and for Kent County, for the term of four years from December 17, 1905.

George W. Godwin to be a Justice of the Peace in and for Kent County, for the term of four years from December 28, 1905.

William A. Warrington to be a Justice of the Peace in and for Sussex County, for the term of four years from January 2, 1906.

Charles E. Gray to be a Detective for the State of Delaware, for the unexpired term of James P. Ratledge, resigned.

George S. Butterworth to be a Justice of the Peace in and for New Castle County, for the term of four years from February 1, 1906.

George W. Tilghman, to be a Justice of the Peace in and for Kent County, for the term of four years from February 5, 1906.

Andrew W. Slaymaker, to be a member of the State Board of Agriculture, for the term of three years from February 6, 1906.

William Perry to be a Justice of the Peace in and for Sussex County, for the term of four years from February 15, 1906.

Oscar S. Leathers to be a Justice of the Peace in and for Kent County, for the term of four years from March 2, 1906.

William B. Tharp, to be a Justice of the Peace in and for Kent County, for the term of four years from March 29, 1906.

Samuel L. Shaw, to be a Justice of the Peace in and for Kent County, for the term of four years from May 1, 1906.

Charles C. King to be a Justice of the Peace in and for New Castle County for the term of four years from May 10, 1906.

PRESTON LEA,

Governor. Mr. Pennewill, from the Executive Committee, reported back with favorable recommendation the entire list of appointments presented by the Governor for confirmation.

Mr. Lewis, Clerk of the House, being admitted informed the Senate that the House had concurred in the following Joint Resolution, entitled : Senate Joint Resolution No. 2.

Fixing the time for final adjournment of the General Assembly.

Mr. Lewis, 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. I entitled: An act to amend an act entitled "An Act to raise revenue for the State by taxing certain corporations,” being Chapter 166, Volume 21, Laws of Delaware, as amended and published as Ohapter 15, Volume 22, Laws of Delaware.

H. B. No. 3, An Act to provide for the submission to the vote of the qualified electors of Kent County the question whether the manufacture and sale of intoxicating liquors shall be licensed or prohibited within the limits of said County; and to provide a penalty for the unlawful manufacture or sale of said intoxicating liquors.

H. B. No 2, "An act to provide for the collection of the revenue of the State."

And presented the same to the Senate.
On motion of Mr. Moore, the bill (H. B. No. I) entitled:

An act to amend an act entitled “An Act to raise revenue for the State by taxing certain corporations,” being chapter 106, Vol. 21, Laws of Delaware, as amended and published as Chapter 15, Vol. 22, Laws of Delaware, was read a first time. On the further motion of Mr. Moore, 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 Corporations.

On motion of Mr. Conner, the bill (H. B. No. 2) entitled :

An act to provide for the collection of the Revenue of the State, was read a first time.

On the further motion of Mr. Conner, 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 of the Whole.

Mr. Latta 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. 2, entitled:

Senate Joint Resolution fixing the time for final adjournment of the General Assembly.

Mr. Lewis, 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 Joint Resolution, entitled House Joint Resolution No. 1, respecting the passage by the Congress of the United States of a bill now before that body to fix the statute of the Fifth and Sixth regiments of Delaware Volunteers.

And presented the same to the Senate.

Mr. Pennewill from the Committee on Corporations reported back with favorable recommendation the bill (H. B. No. I) entitled :

An act to amend an act entitled “An Act to raise revenue for the State by taxing certain corporations, being Chap. 106, Vol. 21 Laws of Delaware, as amended and published as Chap. 15, Vol. 22, Laws of Delaware.

On motion of Mr. Pennewill the bill just reported wes taken up for consideration, and, on his further motion, was read a third time, by paragraphs, in order to pass the Senate.

On the question, “Shall the bill pass the Senate?”

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

Yeas-Messrs. Barnard, Houston, Lingo, Mendinhall, Moore, T. C., Pennewill, Sparks, Stirling, Mr. Speaker pro tempore.

Nays-Mr. Boyce.

So the question was decided in the affirmative, and the bill having received the required constitutional majority, passed the Senate.

Ordered that the House be informed thereof, and the bill returned to that body.

On motion of Senator Sparks, Senate dissolved into Committee of the Whole.

Mr. Sparks from the Committee of the Whole reported back with favorable recommendation the bill (H. B. No. 2) entitled :

An Act to provide for the collection of the revenue of the State.

On motion of Mr. Pennewill the bill just reported was taken up for consideration, and, on his further motion, was read a third time, by paragraphs, in order to pass the Senate.

On the question, “Shall the bill pass the Senate?"

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

Yeas- Messrs. Barnard, Houston, Lingo, Mendinhall, Moore, T. C., Pennewill, Sparks, Stirling, Mr. Speaker pro tempore.

Navs—Vessrs. Boyce, Rose.

So the question was decided in the affirmative, and the bill having received the required constitutional majority, passed the Senate.

Ordered that the House be informed thereof, and the bill returned to that body.

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