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The same Senator, on leave, introduced

Senate Bill No. 14, entitled "An act constituting eight hours' service a full day's labor for deputy keepers and guards employed in or about the New Jersey State Prison and New Jersey State Reformatory,”

Which was read for the first time by its title, ordered to have a second reading, and referred to the Committee on Labor, Industries, and Social Welfare.

The same Senator, on leave, introduced

Senate Bill Vo. 15, entitled “A supplement to an act entitled “An act for the punishment of crimes (Revision of 1898),' approved June fourteenth, one thousand eight hundred and ninetyeight,"

Which was read for the first time by its title, ordered to have a second reading, and referred to the Committee on Judiciary:

Vr. Ackerson, on leave, introduced

Senate Bill No. 16, entitled “An act to incorporate the borough of Sayreville,"

Which was read for the first time by its title, ordered to have a second reading, and referred to the Committee on Boroughs and Townships.

The following message was received from the Governor, by the hands of lír. Croasdale, his Secretary, which was read as follows:

January 20th, 1919. To the Senate:

After consultation with producers in our State and in an effort to assist them and the public to the end that some equitable agreement may be reached, I herewith call the attention of the members of your honorable body to the importance of securing an immediate investigation into the difference existing between milk producers and distributors. The present situation has caused a great deal of public inconvenience, besides menacing the lives of infants, and I feel that the immediate institution of an investigation is vitally necessary in justice to all interests concerned in the controversy, the public included. The uncertainty concerning the organization of the House of Assembly

raises a doubt as to whether the creation of a commission could be immediately effected through the means of a joint resolution, which I appreciate would be the course necessary in order to clothe the commission with adequate powers. Nevertheless, if the Senate takes cognizance of this situation and takes steps providing for the immediate creation of an investigating commission, there is nothing to prevent the latter from organizing and accomplishing preliminary work pending such time as such commission may be clothed with additional authority, if the latter is found necessary.

I feel you will agree with me that New Jersey dairymen and distributors ought to be officially represented in any investigaticns which are now in progress in the eastern section of the country respecting an adjustment of this situation.

Respectfully,

WALTER E. EDGE, [SEAL.]

Governor FRANCIS E. CROASDALE,

Secretary to the Governor. Vr. Allen offered the following resolution, which was read: WHEREAS, The public has been seriously affected by differences between dairymen and distributors in the milk industry, and these differences, while temporarily adjusted, have not been settled in a permanent way; and

WHEREAS, Immediate action is necessary on the part of constituted authorities of New Jersey, in order that this State and all its interests concerning the milk industry be represented at any investigations into the subject, notwithstanding the fact that the immediate passage of a joint resolution authorizing the appointment of such representatives by law may be impossible because of the uncertainty over the organization of one branch of the Legislature; now therefore, be it

Resolved by the Senate of the State of New Jersey, That the Governor be requested to appoint a commission of six members, to serve without salary, to begin immediately to survey the subject of production and distribution of milk and other dairy products; the system of fixing prices, both to producer and consumer; and all matters relative thereto; said commission to render a report to the Senate with a view to formulating and suggesting remedial legislation on this subject in the interest of the general public welfare; and be it further

Resolved, That the said commission be requested to sit at such times and places as a majority may decide, and that in order to carry out the provisions of this resolution, all departments of the State Government are hereby requested to render such assistance to the Commission as may be practical.

And adopted by the following vote: Messrs. Ackerson, Allen, Bright, Brown, Case, Conrad, Ed

wards, Haines, Mackay, Smith, Sturgess, Whitney-12. Mr. Case, on leave, introduced

Senate Bill No. 17, entitled “An act to provide for the preparation, publication and preservation of the names and records of the services of the men of New Jersey who were engaged in the military and naval service of the United States in the war with the Imperial German government and its allies,"

Which was read for the first time by its title, ordered to have a second reading, and referred to the Committee on Militia.

The same Senator, on leave, introduced

Senate Bill No. 18, entitled “An act to amend an act entitled ‘An act creating the department of public reports,' approved April thirteenth, one thousand nine hundred and eight,"

Which was read for the first time by its title, ordered to have a second reading, and referred to the Committee on Municipal Corporations.

The same Senator, on leave, introduced

Senate Bill No. 19, entitled “An act to amend an act entitled 'A further supplement to an act entitled “An act to regulate elections” (Revision of 1898), approved April fourth, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-eight,' which said supplement was approved April fourth, one thousand nine hundred and three,"

And

Senate Bill No. 20, entitled “An act to amend an act entitled 'Supplement to an act entitled "An act to regulate elections," approved April fourth, eighteen hundred and ninety-eight,' which supplement was approved April nineteenth, nineteen hundred and eleven," approved April fourteenth, one thousand nine hundred and fifteen,

Which were read for the first time by the title, ordered to have a second reading, and referred to the Committee on Elections.

The same Senator, on leave, introduced

Senate Bill No. 21, entitled “An act to amend an act entitled ‘A supplement to an act entitled “An act concerning promissory notes, bills of exchange and notaries public” (Revision), approved March twenty-seventh, one thousand eight hundred and seventy-four,' which said supplement was approved April fourth, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-four,"

Which was read for the first time by its title, ordered to have a second reading, and referred to the Committee on Finance.

The same Senator, on leave, introduced Senate Bill No. 22, entitled "An act to amend an act entitled An act respecting conveyances (Revision of 1898),' approved June fourteenth, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-eight,"

Which was read for the first time by its title, ordered to have a second reading, and referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

The same Senator, on leave, introduced Senate Bill No. 23, entitled “An act to amend an act entitled ‘An act for the incorporation of associations to encourage the purchase of homes and to facilitate the payment therefor,' approved March twenty-third, one thousand eight hundred and eight,”

Which was read for the first time by its title, ordered to have a second reading, and referred to the Committee on Labor, Industries, and Social Welfare.

The same Senator, on leave, introduced

Senate Bill No. 24, entitled "An act to regulate elections," approved April fourth, one thousand eight hundred and ninetyeight,

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And

Senate Bill No. 25, entitled “An act to amend an act entitled ‘An act to regulate elections (Revision of 1898),' approved April fourth, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-eight,”

Which were read for the first time by the title, ordered to have a second reading, and referred to the Committee on Elections.

The same Senator, on leave, introduced

Senate Bill No. 26, entitled “An act to amend an act entitled ‘An act making appropriation for the support of the State Government and for several public purposes for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, one thousand nine hundred and nineteen,' approved March sixth, one thousand nine hundred and eighteen,”

Which was read for the first time by its title, ordered to have a second reading, and referred to the Committee on Appropriations.

The same Senator, on leave, introduced

Senate Bill No. 27, entitled "An act to amend an act entitled ‘An act to regulate elections (Revision of 1898),' approved April fourth, one thousand eight hundred and ninety-eight,"

Which was read for the first time by its title, ordered to have a second reading, and referred to the Committee on Elections.

The same Senator, on leave, introduced

Senate Bill No. 28, entitled "An act to amend an act entitled ‘An act concerning municipalities,' approved March twentyseventh, one thousand nine hundred and seventeen,”

Which was read for the first time by its title, ordered to have a second reading, and referred to the Committee on Municipal Corporations.

A message was received from the Governor, by the hands of Mr. Croasdale, his Secretary, endorsed “Nominations."

On motion of Mr. Case, the Senate proceeded to the consideration of Executive business, on the conclusion of which, and,

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