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S. B. No. 288. A bill to amend and re-enact sections one and eight of chapter 159 of the acts of the General Assembly of l'irginia of the session of 1916, relating to the organization and government of cities of the second class; which was taken up and referred to the Committee on ('ounty, City and Town Organization.

Mr. Appison, by leave, presented

S. B. No. 289. A bill to amend and re-enact sections 2 and 3 of an act entitled an act to amend and re-enact an act entitled an act to provide for a change in the form of government of cities having a population of less than 100.000 and of towns, and to provide in what mammer such cities and towns may adopt such form of government, approved March 20, 1910; which was taken up and referred to the Committee on Special, Private and Local Legislation.

Messrs. VLATHES and ('ORBITT, by leave, presented

S. B. No. 290. A bill to amend and re-enact section t of an act entitled an act to provide for the consolidation or annexation of cities, approved March 15, 1906 ; which was taken up and referred to the Committee on County, City and Town Organization.

VR. VTuEWS, by leave presented

S. B. No. 291. I bill to amend and re-enact section 1 of chapter 3 of an art entitled an art to regulate the practice of pharmacy and the composition, branding, possession, dispensing, and sale of drugs, poison and narcotics, and to repeal certain existing acts in relation thereto, approved March 14, 1908; which was taken up and referred to the Committee on General Laws.

M. MAPP, by leare, presented

S. B. 1o. 29o. i bill to prevent trusts, combinations and monoplies inimical to the public welfarr: which was taken up and Prferred to the Committee on General Laws.

Mr. Murr. by leave, presented

SB. No. 93. I bill to define the status of persons having their artual or habitual places of abole in this State for the larger portion of the twelve months preceding the first day of February in each year, for purposes of taxation; which taken ferred to the Committee for Courts of Justice.

MR. GOODLOOE, by leave, presented

S. B. V. 294. 1 bill to amend and re-enact an act entitled an art to amend and re-enact an act entitled an act to authorize the court in which he is tried, to seutence certain prisoners to hard labor of the public roads instead of confinement in the penitentiary for the commission of feloun, as heretofore amended, including the amnendment thereto in regard to contracts for the hiring of convicts, as amended by acts approved February 29, 1912, and March 22. 1916; which was taken up and referred to the Committee for ('ourts of Justice.

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MR. VATIEWS, by leave, presented

S. B. No. 293. A bill to amend and re-enact section 58 of the Cole of Virginia, as amended by an act approved April 2, 1902, in relation to the election of the members of the Ilouse of Delegates and apportionment thereof; which was taken up and referred to the Committee for Courts of Justice.

MR. MATHEWS, by leave, presented

S. B. No. 296. A bill to amend and re-enact sections 59 and 60 of the Code of Virginia in relation to the re-apportionment of representatives in the General Issembly, as re-enacted by aet approved April 2, 1902; which was taken up and referred to the Committee for Courts of Justice.

Mr. Burun, by leave, presented

S. B. No. 297. A bill to amend and re-enact section :319 of the Code of Virginia, as heretofore amended in relation to the prac tice of law without a license; which was taken up and referred to the ('ommittee for Courts of Justice.

Unanimous consent was given VESSRS. Marp and GARRETT to be recorded as voting affirmatively on the vote by which S. B. No. 60 was passed with its title.

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:

No. 3. Senate bill providing for the election of the members of the State Corporation Commission by the qualified voters of the State and providing for their terms and commission.

No. 29. Senate bill to amend and re-enact section 61+ of an act entitled an act to amend and re-enact section 614 of the Code of Virginia, as amended and re-enacted by an act approved March 10, 1910, entitled an act to amend and re-enact section 61+ of the ('ode of Virginia as amended and re-enacted by an act approved March 13, 1908, entitled an act to amend and re-enact sections 61: and 614 of the Code of Virginia, as amended and re-enacted by an act approved March 15, 1904, approved March 18, 1916.

No. 32. Senate bill to amend and re-enact sections 17 and 21 of chapter 1 of an act entitled an act concerning the bureau of insurance, approved March 9, 1906, as subsequently amended.

No. 38. Senate bill to invest in boards of supervisors of counties adjoining and abutting a city with a population of 30,000 or more inhabitants, as shown by the United States census, the power to install and maintain proper lights on the streets and highways in the villages and built-11p portions of such counties, and to pay for the same out of the county fund.

No. 18. Senate bill authorizing the payment of fees earned by certain attorneys for the Commonwealth.

No. 69. Senate bill to validate certificates of acknowledgment to deeds and other writings recorded in Virginia, taken before certain officials in foreign countries.

No. 71. Senate bill to amend and re-enact section 2 of an act approved February 10, 1904, entitled an act to make valid any disposition of property in perpetuity for the maintenance or care of cemeteries, cemetery lots, monuments, and other sections, and anthorizing cemetery companies and trustees holding title to cemeteries or burial grounds to take and hold any property according to the terms of the grant, bequest, devise or gift, as amended by an act approved February 20, 1906.

No. 75. Senate bill to amend and re-enact sections fifteen, eighteen and twenty of an act to provide for the immediate registration of all births and deaths throughout the State of Virginia, by means of certificates of birthis and deaths, and burial or removal permits; to require prompt returns to the Bureau of Vital Statistics at the capital of the State, as required to be established by the State Board of Health; to insure the thorough organization and efficiency of the registration of vital statistics throughout the State; to provide certain penalties; to repeal all acts and parts of acts in conflict herewith, approved March 12, 1912, as amended by an act approved March 13, 1914.

No. 92. Senate bill to validate, ratify, approve and confirm certain bonds hereafter to be issued, and the election held on December 12, 1916, authorizing the issuance of such bonds by Alexandria county for Washington magisterial district for the purpose of macadamizing and otherwise permanently improving public roads and bridges in said magisterial district.

No. 99. Senate bill to establish a hospital for the treatment of crippled and deformed children, and to appropriate money therefor.

No. 104. Senate bill to amend and re-enact sections 3 and 4 of an act entitled an act to amend and re-enact an act entitled an act to amend and re-enact an act to provide for creating, working and maintaining public roads in Fairfax county and defining the boundaries of the same, approved March 14, 1904, approved March 8. 1906, approved March 14, 1908.

No. 114. Senate bill to amend and re-enact an act entitled an act to authorize and direct work on the public roads of Goochland county by convicts at the State farm, now located in Goochland county, approved March 14, 1912, so as to make the requirements thereunder more specific.

No. 143. Senate bill to amend and re-enact section +48 of the Code, as heretofore amended, for the purpose of providing a commissioner of the revenue for each of the four magisterial districts of Wise county, instead of only two commissioners for the entire county, as at present.

No. 157. Senate bill to give consent of the State of Virginia to the purchase or acquisition by the United States of America, of certain real estate in the city of Portsmouth.

No. 41. Ilouse bill to declare Russ' Rock and Little Carter's Rock, situated in the Rappalammock river, between the shores of Richmond and Essex counties, a natural oyster rock, bed and shoal and to include the same within the Bavlor survey.

No. 87. IIouse bill to repeal the charter of the town of Upperville, in the county of Fauquier.

The bour of 12:30 o'clock having arrived,

S. B. No. 1s. A bill to amend and re-enact section 9 of an act entitled an act to raise revenue for the support

of the

government and 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,-being the special and continuing order for the hour, --was

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On motion of JR. WILKER,

II. B. No. 163. I bill to revise, arrange and consolidate into a codle the general statutes of the Commonwealth, was made a special and continuing order for tomorrow immediately after consideration of S. B. No. 1S.

On motion of VIR. IIOLT. the Senate adjourned until tomorrow at 12 o'clock.

B. F. BI CIAVAN.

President of the Senate. (. V. ILLNGER.

Clerk of the Senate.

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1919.

Lieutenant-Governor B. F. BICILLIS presiding.
The Journal of vesterday was read by the Clerk.

I communication from the Ilonse of Delegates, by their Clerk. has received and read as follows:

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I Trouse of Delegates. Febrwary 11, 1918. The Ilouse of Delegates bas passed Ilouse bills entitled an art 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. 107; an act to require the clerks of courts to keep a separate book to be known as the Federal farm loan mortgage book and to provide how farm lean mortgages shall be recorded, No. 52; an act to amend and reenact an act approved February 17, 1890 (Acts 1889-90), as amended by an act approved February 12, 1892 (Acts 1891-92), as amended by an act approved March 7, 1900 (Acts 1899-1900), to protect the owners of bottles, siphons, siphon heads, tins, kegs, crates and boxes, used in the manufacture and sale of soda waters, mineral or aerated waters, cider, ginger ale, milk, cream, soft drinks, or other beverages, medicine and perfumery, and to fix the punishment for unlawful buving, having. handling, using, trafficking in, or disposing of such bottles, siphons, siphon heads, tins, kegs, crates, and boxes, and to provide when and how a search warrant may be issued to discover and obtain the same, and to declare and define what shall be deemed unlawful buving, having, handling, using, disposing of, dealing and trafficking in the same, No. 56; an act to amend and re-enact section 3418 of the Code of Virginia in regard to the appointment of commissioners to execute deeds, No. 70; an act to amend and re-enact section 3158 of the Code of Virginia in relation to special juries, No. 73; and an act to amend and re-enact all acts creating and amending the charter of the city of Lynchburg, No. 90. In which they request the concurrence of the Senate.

II. B No. 107. i 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,—was taken up, read the first time and referred to the Committee on General Laws.

H. B. No. 52. A bill to require the clerks of courts-to keep a separate book to be known as the Federal farm loan mortgage book and to provide how farm loan mortgages shall be recorded; was taken up, read the first time and referred to the Committee on General Laws.

H. B. No. 56. A bill to amend and re-enact an act approved February 17, 1890 (Acts 1889-90), as amended by an act approved February 12, 1892 (Acts 1891-92), as amended by an act approved March 7, 1900 (Acts 1899-1900), to protect the owners of bottles, siphons, siphon heads, tins, kegs, crates and boxes, used in the manufacture and sale of soda waters, mineral or aerated waters, cider, ginger ale, milk, cream, soft drinks, or other beverages, medicine and perfumery, and to fix the punishment for unlawful buying, having, handling, using, trafficking in, or disposing of such bottles. siphons, siphon heads, tins, kegs, crates, and boxes, and to provide when and how a search warrant may be issued to discover and obtain the same, and to declare and define what shall be deemed un

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