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On motion of Senator Stirling the Senate dissolved into Executive Session.

Mr. Lewis, Clerk of the House, being admitted, returned to the Senate the following duly and correctly enrolled Senate Joint Resolution, the same having been signed by the Speaker of the House and President of the Senate:

Senate Joint Resolution, No. 1:

That the Senate and House of Representatives in extraordinary session now assembled will adjourn without date Thursday, the fourteenth day of June, A. D. 1906, at 12 o'clock noon.

On motion of Senator Sparks the Senate adjourns until 10.30 next day.

Thursday, June 14th, 1906, 10.40 o'clock A. M.
Senate met pursuant to adjournment.
Prayer by the Chaplain.

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

Journal read and approved.

On motion of Senator Rose the Senate dissolved in Executive Session.

Senate Chamber, June 14th, 1906. The Senate having this day resolved itself into Executive Session for the purpose of considering the appointment of

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 the 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 1st, 1905.

Roman Tammany to be a Justice of the Peace in and for Sussex County for the term of four years from September 7th, 1905.

Alfred G. Cox to be a Justice of the Peace in and for New Castle County for the term of four years from September 28th, 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 25th, 1905.

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

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

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

George W. Tilghman to be a Justice of the Peace in and for Kent County for the term of four years from February 5th, 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 1st, 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 roth, 1906.

Made by His Excellency, the Governor, in his communication to the Senate, dated June 13th, 1906.

It was resolved, a majority of all the members of the Senate assenting thereto, that the Senate do consent to and confirm the appointment of the above named appointees.

Mr. Lewis, Clerk of the House, being admitted, presented for the signature of the President of the Senate the following duly and correctly enrolled House bills, the same having been signed by the Speaker of the House.

House Bill, No. 2, An Act to provide for the collection of the revenue of the State.

House Bill, No. 1, “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.

Mr. Lewis, Clerk of the House, being admitted, informed the Senate that the House had passed the following resolution:

Be it resolved, That the Clerk notify the Senate that the House has completed its business and is ready to adjourn sine die.

And presented the same to the Senate.
Mr. Sparks presented a resolution, entitled :

Senate Resolution appropriating certain money out of the
State Treasury to pay the compensation of members and cer-

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tain expenses connected with the present Extraordinary Session of the General Assembly, 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, Houston, Latta, Lingo, Mendinhall, Monaghan, Moore, T. C., Pennewill, Rose, Smith, Sparks, Stirling, Mr. Speaker pro tempore.

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

On motion of Senator Sparks the resolution was ordered spread upon the Journal as adopted.

Senate Resolution appropriating certain money out of the State Treasury to pay the compensation of the members of the Senate and certain expenses connected with the present Extraordinary Session of the General Assembly.

Be it resolved, Tltat the following amounts be and the same are hereby appropriated out of any money in the State Treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the payment of the compensation of the members of the Senate and the expenses connected with the Extraordinary Session thereof, viz: Isaac T. Parker

. $78.00 Alvin B. Conner, President pro tempore. George W. Sparks

65.00 Thomas M. Monaghan

65.00 Thomas J. Stirling

65.00 John M. Mendinhall

65.00 Artemas Smith

65.00 David C. Rose

65.00 John A. Latta

65.00 John W. Houston

65.00 Remsen C. Barnard

65.00 Simeon S. Pennewill

65.00 David H. Boyce

65.00 Archie B. Lingo

65.00

78.00

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