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READING BILLS FROM THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES THE

FIRST TIME.

House Bill No. 29, a bill for "An Act authorizing certain park commissioners to set apart and grant a site for the construction and accommodation of a historical museum and library under the conditions set forth."

Was taken up and read at large a first time. and ordered to a second reading.

A message from the House by Mr. McCann, Clerk:

Mr. President-I am directed to inform the Senate that the House of Representatives has concurred with the Senate in the adoption of the following joint resolution, to-wit:

SENATE JOINT RESOLUTION No. 1.

Resolved, by the Senate, the House of Representatives concurring herein, That when the two Houses adjourn today, they stand in recess until Tuesday, February 7, 1928, at 5:00 o'clock p. m.

Concurred in by the House, January 25, 1928.

B. H. MCCANN, Clerk of the House.

At 11:20 o'clock a. m., on motion of Mr. Barr, the Senate adjourned, and the President of the Senate announced that the Senate stood adjourned until Tuesday, February 7, 1928, at 5:00 o'clock p. m

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1928, 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M.

Senate met pursuant to adjournment.

Hon. Fred E. Sterling, Lieutenant Governor and President of the Senate, presiding.

Prayer by the Chaplain, Rev. William H. Nicholas, Pastor of the Grace Lutheran Church of Springfield.

The President of the Senate announced that he had examined the Journal of Wednesday, January 25, 1928, and found no correction to make, and unless some Senate had corrections to offer, the Journal would stand approved. No corrections being offered the Journal was ordered to stand approved.

EXECUTIVE MESSAGES.

A message from the Governor by George D. Sutton, Secretary to the Governor:

Mr. President-I am directed by the Governor to lay before the Senate the following communication:

To the Senate of the State of Illinois:

STATE OF ILLINOIS,

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. SPRINGFIELD, ILL., February 7, 1928.

I hereby nominate the following named persons for appointment to the following State offices enumerated herein:

James Richard William Cooper, of Peoria, to be Assistant Director of

Labor.

Frank Rosbottom, of Du Quoin, to be Assistant Director of Mines and Minerals.

Matt Klover, of Pana, to be Miners' Examining Officer.

Don W. Robison, of Pekin, to be Superintendent of Live Stock Industry.
F. A. Laird, of Springfield, to be State Sanatory Veterinary Inspector.
E. M. Sorrells, of East St. Louis, to be Arbitrator.
Daniel J. May, of Chicago, to be Arbitrator.
Samuel J. Simon, of Chicago, to be Arbitrator.
Harriett Reid, of Springfield, to be Arbitrator.
Robert F. Hunter, of Nokomis, to be Arbitrator.
Bert Tavender, of Harrisburg, to be Arbitrator.
W. W. Carroll, of Peoria, to be Arbitrator.
Thomas Sweeney, of Sesser, to be Arbitrator.
Charles A. Townsend, of Aurora, to be Arbitrator.

A. V. Becker, of Chicago, to be Arbitrator.

W. W. Rhoades, of Peoria, to be Member of Parole Board.
Charles P. Hitch, of Paris, to be Member of Parole Board.
Charles W. McCall, of Morrison, to be Member of Parole Board.
Thomas H. Cannon, of Chicago, to be Member of Parole Board.
C. B. Sawyer, of Kankakee, to be Member of Parole Board.
Lawrence J. Benson, of Chicago, to be Member of Parole Board.
James E. McClure, of Carlinville, to be Member of Parole Board.
T. Barney Thompson, of Rockford, to be Member of Parole Board.
Harry Jensen, of Chicago, to be Member of Parole Board.

William F. Mulvihill, of Chicago, to be Supervisor of Illinois Waterway Construction.

S. L. Legreid, of Centralia, to be Fire Marshal, vice John G. Gamber, resigned.

Samuel P. Luzzo, of Chicago, to be Illinois Athletic Commissioner, vice O. W. Huncke, resigned.

Robert R. Ward of Benton, to be Trustee of the University of Illinois, vice Fred L. Wham, resigned.

Eugene R. Pike, of Chicago; to be Commissioner of Lincoln Park, vice David H. Jackson, resigned.

Robert H. Morse, of Chicago, to be Commissioner of Lincoln Park, vice Irene Pease Mantonya, resigned.

John R. Thompson, of Chicago, to be Commissioner of Lincoln Park, vice Arthur B. Dehmlow, resigned.

John F. Cuneo, of Chicago, to be Commissioner of Lincoln Park, vice H. Wallace Caldwell, resigned.

Arnold H. Kegel, of Chicago, to be Member of the Board of Public Health Advisors.

O. L. Stanley, of Waukegan, to be Public Administrator of the County of Lake, vice Peter W. Newhouse, term expired.

Anna M. Moore, of Dixon, to be Public Administrator of the County of Lee, vice George W. Hill, term expired.

I ask the concurrence in and the confirmation of these appointments by your Honorable Body.

Respectfully submitted,

LEN. SMALL, Governor of Illinois.

On motion of Mr. Barr, the foregoing communication was referred to the Executive Committee.

A message from the Governor by George D. Sutton, Secretary to the Governor.

Mr. President-I am directed by the Governor to lay before the Senate the following communication:

To the Senate of the State of Illinois:

STATE OF ILLINOIS, EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. SPRINGFIELD, ILL., February 7, 1928.

In accordance with the provisions of the Constitution and Laws of the State of Illinois, I hereby submit the following appointments of Notaries Public, and request confirmation of the same:

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