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the violation of this act; to appropriate out of the treasury of the State necessary moneys for the enforcement of this act; and to repeal chapter 146 of Acts of Assembly, 1916, approved March 10, 1916, and all other acts or parts of acts in conflict with this act.

No. 34. House bill to prohibit the soliciting, aiding or permitting prostitution or illicit sexual intercourse, the use of automobiles or other conveyances for such purpose; to prohibit the keeping of assignation houses and harboring prostitutes for inmoral purposes.

No. 55. House bill to require the equipinent of grinding, polishing and buffing wheels with suitable devices for the protection of operators and other persons from dust and refuse thrown off from such wheels; making non-compliance a misdemeanor and providing penalty.

No. 77. House bill to provide for a commission to study educational conditions in Virginia and elsewhere, and to report to the next General Assembly its findings, together with recommendations for a revision of the school laws and amendments to Article IX of the ('onstitution, and authorizing the State Board of Education to meet the expenses thereof.

No. 106. House bill to license persons to breed game, game fish and fur-bearing animals for sale, prescribing regulations for such business and providing penalties for the violation thereof.

No. 114. House bill to amend and re-enact sections 18, 19 and 20 of an act entitled an act to raise revenue for the support of the government and the public free schools, and to pay the interest on the public debt, and to provide a special tax for pensions, as authorized by section 189 of the Constitution, approved April 16,, 1903, and acts amendatory thereof, and to segregate to localities the tax upon shares of stocks of banks, banking associations, trust and security companies.

No. 119. House bill to amend and re-enact sub-section of an act entitled "an act to amend and re-enact sub-sections 2, 6, 9, 10 and 13, of section 2086 of the Code of Virginia, as beretofore amended," approved March 22, 1916.

No. 145. House bill to amend and reenact an act entitled an act to amend and re-enact an act entitled an act to allow executors and other fiduciaries to invest in Virginia three per centum bonds issued by virtue of an act approved February 14, 1882, as amended by an act approved February 9, 1898, as amended by an act approved March 22, 1916.

No. 165. House bill to amend section 3 of an act entitled “an act providing for the sanitation of slaughter houses, abattoirs, packing houses, sansage factories, rendering plants and other places where animals are slanghtered for sale for human food, or where animal

carcasses or parts thereof are prepared for human food; providing for the licensing of such establishments; defining violations of the act, and fixing penalties therefor,” approved February 17, 1916.

No. 178. House bill to amend and re-enact section 280 of the Code of Virginia, as heretofore amended and re-enacted.

No. 185. House bill to amend and re-enact section 1 of an act entitled "an act to amend and re-enact an act approved March 14, 1906, entitled an act to empower boards of supervisors to enact special and local legislation to protect the public roads and bridges from obstruction, encroachment and injury, to make violations of such enactments a misdemeanor, and to provide penalties," approved March 15, 1910.

No. 186. House bill to provide for the redemption of district and county road bonds under certain conditions.

No. 218. House bill to provide for the sale or partition of personal property of greater value than twenty dollars where it is owned by two or more persons jointly who cannot agree upon a sale or division of the same.

No. 219. House bill to amend and re-enact an act to regulate the time and manner in which common carriers doing business in this State shall adjust and pay just freight charges and claims for loss or damage to freight, and claims for storage, demurrage, and car service, approved March 24, 1914.

No. 226. House bill to authorize the school board of the town of Covington, in the county of Alleghany, to borrow a sum of money not exceeding $30,000 to meet notes for money borrowed by trustees for the purpose of erecting the graded school building in said town, and to complete the said building.

No. 242. House bill regulating marriages and the issuance of marriage licenses; prohibiting marriages in certain cases, providing penalties for the violation of the prorisions of this act.

No. 258. House bill to amend and re-enact an act approved February 20, 1896, entitled an act to provide for working and keeping in repair the public roads of Buchanan and Dickenson counties. as amended by act approved February 9, 1916, - as to provide how the board of supervisors of Buchanan county may establish, change and relocate roads in that county and contract for the construction of same, on terms and conditions.

No. 272. House bill to amend and re-enact section 3049 of the Code of Virginia relative to temporary appointment of circuit judges.

No. 279. House bill for the relief of James R. Elam, of Danville, Va.

No. 284. House bill to amend and re-enact section four of an aet entitled an act concerning the appointment of a dairy and food commissioner within the department of agriculture and immigration, and imposing penalties for its violation, approved March eleventh, nineteen hundred and eight, and to repeal section fifteen of an act entitled an act to prevent the manufacture or sale of adulterated, misbranded, poisonous or deleterious stock and cattle feeds, and to repeal section fifteen and sub-sections a, b, c, d, e, f and g of said section fifteen, chapter one hundred and eighty-eight, Acts of Assembly, nineteen hundred and eight, approved March eleventh, nineteen hundred and eight, and to repeal all other laws in conflict with this act, in so far as they may be in conflict with the provisions of this act, approved March fourteenth, nineteen hundred and ten.

No. 301. House bill to amend and re-enact an act entitled an act providing for the removal of remains interred in graveyards and sale of land vacated by such removals, approved March 4, 1890.

No. 303. House bill to amend and re-enact section 3630 of the Code of Virginia as heretofore amended in relation to homestead exemption.

No. 343. House bill to provide for the training and licensing of attendants for the sick under certain conditions.

No. 383. House bill to provide for the removal of certain justices.

No. 403. House bill to organize home guard companies.

On motion of MR. GUNN, the Senate adjourned until Monday, March 18th, at 12 o'clock.

B. F. BUCHANAN,

President of the Senate. O. V. HANGER,

Clerk of the Senate.

MONDAY, March 18, 1918.

Lieutenant-Governor B. F. BUCHANAN presiding.
The Journal of Saturday was read by the Clerk.

All other business having been suspended, the President, in the presence of the Senate, signed the following bills which had been passed by both Houses of the General Assembly and duly enrolled, the titles of said bills having been publicly read:

House joint resolution proposing an amendment to section 136 of Article IX of the Constitution of Virginia, and providing for publishing said amendment and certifying the same to the next session of the General Assembly.

No. 6. House bill to provide (in certain cases) for the compulsory attendance of children between the ages of eight and twelve Fears upon the public schools of Virginia, and to repeal an act entitled an act to provide (in certain cases) for the compulsory attendance of children between the ages of eight and twelve years upon the public schools of Virginia, and providing penalties for failure, and desiguating the manner of collecting such penalties, approved March fourteenth, nineteen hundred and eight.

No. 31. House bill to amend and re-enact an act entitled an act to provide for State money aid, in addition to convict labor, for the improvement of public roads, approved February 23, 1908, as amended and re-enacted by an act approved February 25, 1910, and as further amended and re-enacted by an act approved February 29, 1916.

No. 32. House bill to amend and re-enact section 23 of an act entitled an act to license and regulate the running of automobiles, locomobiles, and other vehicles and conveyances, whose motive power is other than animal power, along and over public highways of this State; to provide for the registration of the same; to provide uniform rules regulating the use and speed thereof, and to prescribe penalties for the violation of said rules and regulations and for the licensing of chauffeurs, and to repeal an act entitled an act to regulate the running of automobiles, locomobiles and other vehicles and conveyances, whose motive power is other than animals, along and over the public highways of this State; to provide for the registration of the same; to provide uniform rules regulating the use and speed thereof, and to prescribe for the violation of said rules, approved March 17. 1910, and further, to provide for licensing dealers and garages and for running motor vehicles for hire, and to prescribe penalties for violations of this act; and to further provide for the payment of fees collected under this act into the State treasury, and the expenditure of same in the maintenance and construction of State aid roads and bridges, as amended and re-enacted by an act approved March 21, 1916.

No. 35. House bill to provide for the examination and punislıinent of persons convicted of prostitution, or of keeping houses of illfame, or assignation, and for commitment of such persons to city farms or hospitals.

No. 85. House bill to amend and re-enact section 1 of an act entitled an act to regulate the hours of labor in factories and manufacturing establishments where females and children under fourteen years of age are emploved as operatives, approved March 4, 1890, as heretofore amended.

No. 107. House bill to prevent damage and injuries by dogs, and to provide compensation to owners of stock so injured ; to provide for license on dogs, and to provide for penalties for violations thereof.

No. 125. House bill to amend and re-enact sections 4 and 6 of an act entitled an act to amend and re-enact an act entitled an

act to establish a general road fund for the permanent improvement of roads and bridges in Dinwiddie county, to create a road board for Dinwiddie county, and to prescribe its powers and duties, and provide for the appointment of a county superintendent of roads, and to regulate his duties, approved March 8, 1904, as heretofore amended.

No. 127. House bill to amend and re-enact section 15 of an act entitled an act to amend and re-enact an act entitled an act to license and regulate the running of automobiles, locomobiles and other vehicles and conveyances, whose motive power is other than animal power, along and over public highways of this State; to provide for the registration of the same; to provide uniform rules regnlating the use and speed thereof, and to prescribe penalties for the violation of said rules and regulations and for the licensing of chanffeurs, and to repeal an act entitled an act to regulate the running of automobiles, locomobiles and other vehicles and conveyances whose motive power is other than animals, along and over the public highways

of this State; to provide for the registration of the same; to provide uniform rules and regulating the use and speed thereof, and to prescribe for the violation of said rules, approved March 17, 1910; and further, to provide for licensing dealers and garages and for running motor vehicles for hire, and to prescribe penalties for violations of this act; and to further provide for the payment of fees collected under this act into the State treasury and the expenditure of same in the maintenance and construction of State and roads and bridges, approved March 24, 1916.

No. 150. House bill making it a misdemeanor for a husband to desert or neglect his wife or for a parent to desert or neglect his children; prescribing the penalty therefor, and making provision for the apprehension and punishment of persons charged with or convicted of non-support; providing for the taking of recognizances, and for the forfeiture and enforcement of the same; providing for the appointment of probation officers, prescribing their duties and powers, and repealing certain acts.

No. 174. House bill to provide whole family protection for members of fraternal benefit societies.

No. 177. House bill to amend and re-enact an act approved March 3, 1898, entitled an act to prescribe the mode in which clerks of courts shall keep a record of all taxes and other public monėys collected by them, and to require them to pay the same into the treasury, as amended by an act approved March 27, 1914: and to require the clerk in connection therewith to keep a record of fees received, with an appropriation to carry the same into effect.

No. 207. House bill to regulate the business of making small loans, by requiring persons charging directly or indirectly a greater

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