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licensing of dogs; regulating the keeping of dogs, and authorizing their destruction in certain cases; providing for the determination and payment of damages done by dogs to live stock and poultry; imposing powers and duties on certain State, county, city and township officers and employes, and to repeal act number three hundred forty-seven of the Public Acts of nineteen hundred seventeen, and providing penalties for the violation of this act.

The following is the amendment recommended by the committee:
Add to the end of the bill the following:

Section 30. All cities in this State having a population of two hundred fifty thousand, according to the last federal census or that shall hereafter attain such a population (and all cities and villages located entirely within the limits of any such city of two hundred fifty thousand population) are hereby excepted from all provisions of this act.

ALBERT J. ENGEL,

Chairman. The report was accepted.

The amendment recommended by the committee was agreed to and the bill, as thus amended, was referred to the Committee of the Whole.

Mr. Clark submitted the following report:

The Committee on Finance and Appropriations respectfully reports back to the Senate the following entitled bill, without amendment, and with the recommendation that the bill do pass: House bill No. 303 (file No. 90), entitled

A bill to provide for the supervision of private, denominational and parochial schools; to provide the manner of securing funds in payment of the expense of such supervision; to provide the qualifications of the teachers in such schools; and to provide for the endorsement of the provisions hereof.

Roy CLARK,

Chairman. The report was accepted. The bill was referred to the Committee of the Whole.

By unanimous consent, the Senate resumed the order of

Third Reading of Bills.

The following entitled bill was read a third time:
House bill No. 379 (file No. 278), entitled

A bill to amend the title, and sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 of Act No. 319 of the Public Acts of 1909, entitled "An act to provide for the examination, regulation, licensing, and registration of nurses and for the punishment of offenders against this act," being sections 6916, 6917, 6918, 6919, 6921, 6922, 6923, 6924, 6925, 6926, and 6927 of the Compiled Laws of 1915.

The question being on the passage of the bill, the roll was called and the Senators voted as follows:

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So, a majority of all the Senators-elect having voted therefor,
The bill was passed.
The Senate agreed to the title of the bill.
On motion of Mr. Baker, two-thirds of all the Senators-elect voting therefor,
The bill was given immediate effect.

The following entitled bill was read a third time:
House bill No. 462 (file No. 304), entitled

A bill to amend section 33 of Act No. 118 of the Public Acts of 1893, entitled "An act to revise and consolidate the laws relative to the State Prison, to the State House of Correction and Branch of the State Prison in the Upper Peninsula, and to the House of Correction and Reformatory at Ionia, and the government and discipline thereof, and to repeal all acts inconsistent therewith," being section 1732 of the Compiled Laws of 1915.

The question being on the passage of the bill, the roll was called and the Senators voted as follows:

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So, a majority of all the Senators-elect having voted therefor,
The bill was passed.
The Senate agreed to the title of the bill.
On motion of Mr. Engel, two-thirds of all the Senators-elect voting therefor,
The bill was given immediate effect.

Mr. Bolt moved that the hour of meeting for the Senate for tomorrow be fixed at 10:00 o'clock a. m,

The motion prevailed.

Mr. Bolt moved that the Senate adjourn
The motion prevailed, the time being 9:30 o'clock p. m.

Accordingly, and in pursuance of the order previously made, the President declared the Senate adjourned until tomorrow, Thursday, April 28, 1921, at 10:00 o'clock a. m.

DENNIS E. ALWARD, Secretary of the Senate.

JOURNAL OF THE SENATE

NUMBER SEVENTY-FOUR.

Senate Chamber, Lansing, Thursday, April 28, 1921.

10:00 o'clock, a. m. 'The Senate met pursuant to adjournment and was called to order by the Presi. dent.

The roll of the Senate was called by the Secretary.

Present: Senators Amon, Baker, Bolt, Brower, Bryant, Clark, Condon, Davis, Eldred, Engel, Forrester, Hamilton, Henry, Hicks, Johnson, Lemire, McArthur, McNaughton, McRae, Osborn, Penney, Phillips, Riopelle, Ross, Sink, Smith (2nd Dist.), Smith (11th Dist.), Tufts, Vandenboom, Wilcox and Wood-31; a quorum.

Absent with leave: Senator Hayes-1.

Presentation of Petitions.

Petition No. 662. By Mr. Vandenboom. Petition of William Timmer and 75 others of Iron Mountain, protesting against the passage of Senate bill No. 89, relative to the sale of medicinal products containing alcohol.

The petition was referred to the Committee on Prohibition.

Acts Enrolled and Presented to Governor.

The Secretary announced the enrollment printing and the presentation to the Governor on April 28, for his approval, of the following named act:

Senate enrolled Act No. 32 (being Senate bill No. 81, File No. 91).

An act to amend section 20 of sub-division 7 of chapter 4 of part 2 of Act No. 256 of the Public Acts of 1917, entitled "An act to revise, consolidate and classify the laws of the State of Michigan relating to the insurance and surety business; to regulate the incorporation of domestic insurance and surety companies and associations and the admission of foreign companies; and to provide for the departmental supervision and regulation of the insurance and surety business within this State," as added by Act No. 135 of the Public Acts of 1919.

Pardons, Paroles and Reprieves. The following communication from ex-Governor Albert E. Sleeper was received and read:

Executive Chamber, Lansing, December 31, 1920. Sir:

In compliance with Section 9, Article 6, Constitution of Michigan, I send you herewith a report of the Executive pardons, commutations and reprieves or paroles granted inmates of the State penal institutions during the years 1919 and 1920.

Very truly yours,

ALBERT E. SLEEPER,

To the Honorable,

The President of the Senate. The communication was ordered spread upon the Journal and the Report was placed on file.

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Messages from the House.

A message was received from the House of Representatives returning, together with the House amendments thereto, non-concurred in by the Senate,

Senate bill No. 24 (file No. 242), entitled

A bill to make appropriations for the Michigan Reformatory for the fiscal years ending June 30, 1922, and June 30, 1923, for maintenance, operation and other specific purposes.

The message informed the Senate that the House of Representatives insists on its amendments and asks a conference on the matters of difference between the two houses as to the bill.

Mr. Clark moved that the request of the House of Representatives for a conference be granted.

The motion prevailed.

The President appointed as conferees on the part of the Senate at said conference Senators Vandenboom, Davis and Brower.

A message was received from the House of Representatives returning, together with the House amendments thereto, non-concurred in by the Senate,

Senate bill No. 31 (file No. 258), entitled

A bill to make appropriations for the Michigan Soldiers' Home for the fiscal years ending June 30, 1922, and June 30, 1923, for maintenance, operation and other specific purposes.

The message informed the Senate that the House of Representatives insists on its amendments and asks a conference on the matters of difference between the two houses as to the bill.

Mr. Clark moved that the request of the House of Representatives for a conference be granted.

The motion prevailed.

The President appointed as conferees on the part of the Senate at said conference Senators Vandenboom, Davis and Brower.

A message was received from the House of Representatives returning, together with the House amendments thereto, non-concurred in by the Senate,

Senate bill No. 147 (file No. 245), entitled

A bill to make appropriations for the Board of State Tax Commissioners for the fiscal years ending June 30, 1922, and June 30, 1923, for maintenance, operation and other specific purposes.

The message informed the Senate that the House of Representatives insists on its amendments and asks a conference on the matters of difference between the two houses as to the bill.

Mr. Clark moved that the request of the House of Representatives for a conference be granted.

The motion prevailed.

The President appointed as conferees on the part of the Senate at said conference Senators Vandenboom. Davis and Brower.

A message was received from the House of Representatives returning
Senate bill No. 188 (file No. 160), entitled

A bill to amend the title and sections 4, 6, 7, 15 and 17 of Act No. 159 of the Public Acts of 1919, entitled "An act to preserve and perpetuate the commercial fisheries of the State; to regulate the taking of fish in the waters of Lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron and Erie and the bays thereof; to define the connecting waters between said lakes within the jurisdiction of this State; to regulate the transportation, sale and possession of fish taken from said waters; to prescribe penalties for violations of this act and to repeal Act No. 188 of the Public Acts of 1875, Act No. 399 of the Local Acts of 1895, and Act No. 342 of the Public Acts of 1917," approved May 2, 1919.

The message informed the Senate that the House of Representatives had passed the bill with the following amendment:

Amend by striking out the words "Game, Fish and Forest Fire Commissioñer" wherever they appear in said bill and inserting in lieu thereof the words “Director of Conservation."

The question being on concurring in the amendment made to the bill by the House of Representatives, the roll was called and the Senators voted as follows:

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So, a majority of all the Senators-elect having voted in favor thereof,

The Senate concurred in the amendment made to the bill by the House of Representatives.

The bill was referred to the Secretary for enrollment printing and presentation to the Governor.

A message was received from the House of Representatives returning
Senate bill No. 256 (file No. 210), entitled

A bill to prescribe the manner of applying for pardons and paroles of prisoners; creating the office of Commissioner of Pardons and Paroles, prescribing his powers, duties and compensation, and repealing Act No. 150 of the Public Acts of 1893.

The message informed the Senate that the House of Representatives had passed the bill with the following amendment:

Amend by striking out of line 5 of section 1 the word "five" and inserting in lieu thereof the word "four.”

The message further informed the Senate that the House of Representatives had ordered that the bill be given immediate effect.

The question being on concurring in the amendment made to the bill by the House of Representatives, the roll was called and the Senators voted as follows:

YEAS—0.
NAYS–31.

Amon Baker Bolt Brower Bryant Clark Condon Davis

Eldred
Engel
Forrester
Hamilton
Henry
Hicks

son
Lemire

McArthur
McNaughton
McRae
Osborn
Penney
Phillips
Riopelle
Ross

Sink
Smith (2nd Dist.)
Smith (11th Dist.)
Tufts
Vandenboom
Wilcox
Wood

So, a majority of all the Senators-elect not having voted in favor thereof,

The Senate non-concurred in the amendment made to the bill by the House of Representatives.

A message was received from the House of Representatives returning
Senate bill No. 261 (file No. 216), entitled

A bill that board of supervisors shall have power to allow to any circuit court commissioner in this State, whose salary is now fixed by law, such additional amount as it may see fit, and to provide the manner in which same shall be paid.

The message informed the Senate that the House of Representatives had passed the bill.

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