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judgment of the said Librarian and the State Printing Board be necessary."

There being no objection, the rules were suspended, on motion of Mr. Case, and

Committee Substitute for 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,"

Was taken up and read a third time.

Upon the question, “Shall this Senate bill pass ?" it was decided as follows:

In the affirmative wereMessrs. Ackerson, Allen, Barber, Bright, Brown, Case, Ed

wards, Fithian, Haines, Hammond, Mackay, Pilgrim,

Sturgess, Whitney— 14. In the negative—None.

The Secretary was directed by the President to carry said bill to the House of Assembly and inform that body that the Senate has passed the same, and requests its concurrence therein.

Senate Bill No. 92, entitled “A supplement to an act entitled 'An act concerning escheats,' passed February twenty-seventh, one thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight (Revision of 1877, page 375),

Senate Bill No. 87, entitled "A supplement to an act entitled 'An act to establish a thorough and efficient system of free public schools, and to provide for the maintenance, support and management thereof,'” approved October nineteenth, one thousand nine hundred and three,

Senate Bill No. 86, entitled “A supplement to an act entitled ‘A supplement to an act entitled "An act to provide for the control and operation of roads and bridges owned or claimed to be owned by any plank road company whose charter has expired or may expire," approved March twenty-second, one thousand nine hundred and one,'” which supplement was approved April third, one thousand nine hundred and two,

And

Committee Substitute for Senate Bill No. 6, entitled “An act creating a Bureau of Vital Statistics in this State, and to provide for the registration of all births and deaths and vital facts relating thereto,"

Were each taken up, read a second time, considered by sections, agreed to, ordered to be printed, and to have a third reading.

COMMITTEE HEARING. The Committee on Municipal Corporations will hold a public hearing on Senate Bill No. 54, on Tuesday, February 25th, 1919, at 10:30, in the Senate Chamber.

On motion of Mr. Case, the Senate then adjourned.

TUESDAY, February 25th, 1919. At II o'clock A. M. the Senate met.

The session was opened with prayer by the Rev. Edward G. Read, D.D., of Plainfield, N. J.

Under the direction of the President, the Secretary called the Senate, when the following Senators appeared and answered to their names: Messrs. Ackerson, Allen, Barber, Bright, Brown, Case, Ed

wards, Fithian, Haines, Hammond, Mackay, Martens, Runyon (President), Smith, Sturgess, Wells, Whitney

-17 There being no objection, the rules were suspended, on motion of Mr. Case, and the vote by which Senate Bill No. I was passed was reconsidered by the following vote:

In the affirmative wereMessrs. Ackerson, Allen, Barber, Bright, Brown, Case, Ed

wards, Fithian, Haines, Hammond, Mackay, Martens,

Runyon (President), Smith, Sturgess, Whitney—16. In the negative-None.

Senate Bill No. I, entitled "An act to amend an act entitled ‘An act to establish a thorough and efficient system of free public

schools, and to provide for the maintenance, support and management thereof,' approved October nineteenth, one thousand nine hundred and three."

Was taken up on third reading.

Mr. Case asked unanimous consent to amend said bill on third reading.

Which was agreed to.

Mr. Case offered the following amendments, which were read and adopted :

Amend section one by inserting after the word "collected”, in line 17, page 2, the following: "provided, that in the year nineteen hundred and nineteen the said board of school estimate shall perform the duties required of it by this section within ten days of the date of approval of this act, and shall in said year, at the same time that it certifies the amount fixed and determined to be appropriated, also certify said amount to the county board of taxation, which board shali, in all cases where the municipal tax ordinance or resolution shall have been passed and adopted prior to the receipt of the certificate of the board of school estimate, include in the amount to be raised by taxes in such municipality the amount so certified by the board of school estimate, to the extent of the excess of said amount so certified over the amount included in said municipal tax ordinance or resolution for school purposes, if any, and said amounts so included by the county board of taxation shall be raised by taxation for school purposes in the municipality the same as if said amount had been originally included in the tax ordinance or resolution;".

Said bill, as amended, was then read a third time.

Upon the question, "Shall this Senate bill pass?” it was decided as follows:

In the affirmative wereMessrs. Ackerson, Allen, Barber, Bright, Brown, Case, Ed

wards, Fithian, Haines, Hammond, Mackay, Martens,

Runyon (President), Smith, Sturgess, Whitney--16. In the negative—None.

The Secretary was directed by the President to carry said bill to the House of Assembly and inform that body that the Senate has passed the same, and requests its concurrence therein.

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Mr. Whitney, on leave, introduced

Senate Bill No. 118, entitled "An act to create a commission for the rehabilitation of physically handicapped persons and to define its duties and powers,"

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

Mr. Bright, on leave, introduced

Senate Bill No. 119, entitled “An act to amend an act entitled ‘An act concerning unpaid taxes, assessments and other municipal charges on real property, and providing for the collection thereof by the creation and enforcement of liens thereon' (Revision of 1918), approved March fourth, 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 Taxation.

Mr. Sturgess, on leave, introduced

Senate Bill No. 120, entitled "An act providing for the payment of compensation to the owners of fruit trees and growing crops damaged by wild animals,"

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

Mr. Barber, on leave, introduced

Senate Bill No. 121, entitled "An act to repeal section fourteen of Article five of an act entitled 'An act to revise and amend the charter of the town of Phillipsburg,' approved March eighth, one thousand eight hundred and seventy-two,"

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

Mr. Ackerson, on leave, introduced

Senate Bill No. 122, entitled “A further supplement to an act entitled 'An act to regulate the practice of courts of law (Revision of 1903),'”

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

Mr. Smith, Chairman of the Committee on Printed Bills, reported

Senate Bills Nos. 74, 86, 87, 89 and 92.
Correctly printed.
Signed—Albin Smith, J. Hampton Fithian, Thomas Brown.

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,”

Was taken up on third reading.

Mr. Case asked unanimous consent to amend said bill on third reading

Which was agreed to.

Mr. Case offered the following amendments, which were read and adopted :

Amend title-insert word "eighty” before word "eight”, line 6.

Amend body-add to line 10 "the location of the principal office of the association and the name of the agent in charge thereof, upon whom legal process may be served;" line 14, after word “recorded" insert the following: “in the county clerk's office of the county where the principal office is to be located and recorded and filed”.

Said bill, as amended, was then read a third time.

Upon the question, “Shall this Senate bill pass?" it was decided as follows:

In the affirmative were Messrs. Ackerson, Allen, Bright, Case, Edwards, Fithian,

Haines, Mackay, Martens, Pilgrim, Runyon (Presi

dent), Smith, Sturgess, Whitney—14. In the negative—None.

The Secretary was directed by the President to carry said bill to the House of Assembly, and inform that body that the Senate has passed the same, and requests its concurrence therein.

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

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