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Santa Fe, N. M., March 13, 1899. Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Muncipal Corporations, to whom was referred House Bill No. 101, have had the same under consideration, and I am directed to report the said bill to the House with the recommendation that it be tabled indefinitely.

R. P. BARNES,

Chairman.

Santa Fe, N. M., March 13, 1899. Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Territorial Affairs to whom was referred Council Bill No. 78 have had the same under consideration, and I am directed to report the said bill to the House wi the recommendation that it do not pass.

R. GALLEGOS,

Chairman. The following bill was introduced :

House Bill No. 142, introduced by House Finance Committee, "An Act to provide for the payment of the deficiencies in the territorial appropriations of the various fiscal years up to and including the forty-ninth fiscal year.” Read first and second time by title.

On motion of Mr. Jaramillo, rules were suspended and House Bill No. 142 taken up for consideration.

Mr. Staplin moved that the bill be read section by section.

Mr. Guyer moved an amendment that the House resolve itself into committee of the whole for the purpose of considering House Bill No. 142.

Motion prevailed.
The Speaker called Mr. Guver to the chair.

After the committee of the whole had arisen the House was called to order.

A message from the Council was announced, stating that the Council had passed Council Bill No. 143, “An Act to amend section 254 of the Compiled Laws of 1897," and respectfully ask the concurrence of the House.

Committee of the whole resumed its sitting.

After the committee of the whole had arisen, the House was called to order.

Message from the Council was announced, stating that the Council had concurred in and passed House substitute for House Bill No. 113, "An Act requiring the treasurer of the Chilili grant to furnish bonds, etc.

Committee of the whole resumed its sitting.

After the committee of the whole had arisen, the House was called to order, with the Speaker in the chair, and Mr. Guer, chairman of the committee of the whole, made the following report:

Mr. Speaker: I am directed to report back to the House, House Bill No. 143, with the recommendation that this bill be passed, as amended in the committee of the whole.

Mr. Barnes moved that the House take a recess until 2 p. m.

Mr. Guyer moved that the motion of the gentleman from Grant be tabled indefinitely.

Motion to table lost.

Question then recurred upon the motion of the gentleman from Grant, which motion was lost.

On motion of Mr. Jaramillo, the report of the committee of the whole was adopted.

On motion of Mr. Gutierrez, the bill was read a third time by title preparatory to its passage.

Mr. Staplin moved that the bill be passed.
Roll call ordered, with the following result:

Aves: Celso Baca, M. Baca, Barnes, Crespin, Gallegos, Gutierrez, Guyer, Herrera, Jaramillo, Kilpatrick, McIntosh, Ortega, Romero, Sanchez, Staplin, Trujillo, Valdez, Winston—19.

Navs: Leib, Wharton-2.

Bill having received the necessary number of votes, was declared therefore duly passed.

On motion of Mr. Guver, the House took a recess until 2 p. m

AFTERNOON SESSION.

2 p. m. House met pursuant to recess, with the Speaker in the chair. Roll was called, and following members present:

Celso Baca, M. Baca, Barnes, Crespin, Gallegos, Gutierrez, Gurer, Herrera, Jaramillo, Kilpatrick, Leib, McIntosh, Ortega, Romero, Sanchez, Staplin, Trujillo, Valdez, Wharton, Winston, and Mr. Speaker.

A quorum being present, the House proceeded to business.
The following bills were introduced :

House Bill No. 143, introduced by Hon. T. D. Leib, "An Act to establish a reform school in the Territory of New Mexico." Read first and second time by title, ordered translated, printed and referred to the Committee on Education.

House Bill No. 144, introduced by Hon. Rafael Gallegos, "An Act for the protection of grazing grounds adjacent to settlements against damages caused by small stock.” Read first and second time by title.

On motion of Mr. Gallegos, the rules were suspended and the bill taken up for consideration.

Read in full for information.

Mr. Guver moved an amendment that the enacting clause be inserted therein.

Amendment adopted.

On motion of Mr. Jaramillo, the rules were suspended and the bill read a third time by title preparatory to its passage.

Mr. Guyer moved that the bill do now pass.

Mr. Barnes moved that the bill be made a special order for tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock, immediately after the reading of the Journal.

Mr. Kilpatrick moved an amendment that the vote by which the bill was read a third time be reconsidered.

Motion prevailed.

Mr. Barnes moved that the bill be made a special order for tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock.

Mr. Gallegos moved an amendment that the rules be suspended and that the bill be read a third time by title preparatory to its passage.

Motion to amend lost.

Mr. Wharton moved that the bill be made a special order for tomorrow at 10 o'clock.

Mr. Staplin moved an amendment that the bill be tabled indefi nitelv.

Motion to table lost.

Question then recurred upon the motion of the gentleman from Lincoln, which motion prevailed.

House Bill No. 145, introduced by Hon. Marcelino Baca, “An Act to amend sections 1865, 1866, 1867 and 1868 of the Compiled Laws of 1897, relating to toll roads." Read first and second time by title, ordered translated and printed and referred to the Committee on Roads and Highways.

The following bills were taken up under the order of bills and joint resolutions on third reading:

House Bill No. 104, "An Act for the protection of gardens and vineyards."

Mr. Gallegos moved that the bill be read a third time by title preparator' to its passage.

Mr. Valdez moved an amendment that the report of the committee be tabled indefinitely.

Motion prevailed.

Vr. Valdez moved that the hill be read a third time by title preparatorr to its passage.

Votion prevailed.

Vr. Valdez moved that the bill do now pass. Roll call ordered, with the following result:

tres: Celso Baca, Herrera, Jaramillo, Kilpatrick. Romero. San. chez. Trujillo. Valdez. Wharton, Winston, and Mr. Sneaker-11.

Nars: VI. Baca. Barnes, Crocnin. Gallegos, Gutierrez, Gurne, Leih. Vrintosh, Ortega, Staplin–10.

The bill havino received the necessary number of votes, was declaror duly passed.

The following report of a special committee was received:

Santa Fe, N. M., March 13, 1899. Mr. Speaker: Your Committee on Public Lands of Territorial Institutions to whom was referred Council Bill No. 51 have had the same under consideration, and I am directed to report the said bill to the House with the recommendation that it be amended in accordance with the suggestions hereto attached; that the Council amendments be concurred in, and that the bill as so amended da pass.

B. A. ROMERO,

Chairman.

On motion of Mr. Guyer, the House resolved itself into the committee of the whole for the purpose of considering Council Bill No. 51.

Mr. Kilpatrick was called to the chair.

After the committee of the whole had arisen, the House was called to order.

A message from the Council was announced, stating that the Council had passed Council substitute for Council Joint Resolution No. 11, “Providing for the payment of interpreters, translators, etc.," and respectfully ask the concurrence of this honorable body thereto.

The chair announced that the matter would be duly laid before the House for its consideration.

Committee of the whole resumed its sitting.

After the committee of the whole had arisen, the House was called to order with the Speaker in the chair, and Mr. Kilpatrick, chairman of the committee of the whole, made the following report:

Mr. Speaker: I am directed by the committee of the whole to report to the House that the committee has adopted the amendments offered b ythe special committee, together with an amendment of the committee of the whole, and recommend that the bill be passed, as amended.

Mr. Gutierrez moved that the bill be read a third time by title preparatory to its passage.

Motion prevailed.
Mr. Barnes moved that the bill be passed.
Roll call ordered, with the following result:

Aves: Celso Baca, M. Baca, Barnes, Crespin, Gallegos, Gutierrez. Herrera, Jaramillo, Kilpatrick. Ortega. Romero. Sanchez, Trujillo, Valdez, and Mr. Speaker-15.

Nays: Guver, Leib, McIntosh, Staplin, Wharton, Winston-6.

The bill having received the necessary number of rotes, was declared duly passed.

Mr. Gutierrez moved that the rules be suspended and that the

House take up Council substitute for Council Joint Resolution No. 11.

Motion prevailed.

Substitute was read first and second time by title, and read in full for information.

Mr. Gutierrez moved that the rules be suspended and that the resolution be read a third time by title preparatory to its passage. On motion of Mr. Sanchez, the House adjourned.

M. LUNA,

Speaker. R. L. BACA,

Chief Clerk.

FIFTY-EIGHTH DAY.

MORNING SESSION.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, Santa Fe, N. M., March 14, 1899.

Tuesday, 10 o'clock a. m. House met pursuant to adjournment, with the Speaker in the chair.

Prayer by Rev. Gilberton.
A quorum being present, the House nroceeded to business.

On motion of Mr. Herrera, the reading of the Journal was dispensed with and the same approved.

On motion of Mr. Ortega, the rules were suspended, and House Bill No. 123 taken up for consideration.

On motion of Jr. Ortega, the report of the committee was adopted, and the bill therefore passed.

House Bill No. 144, “An Act for the protection of grazing grounds adjacent to settlement,” was the special order for 10 o'clock a. m.

Mr. Kilpatrick moved an amendment to strike out the words "three miles” and insert "one mile."

Mr. Wharton moved an amendment to the motion of the gentleman from Santa Fe that the bill be recommitted to the Committee on Stock and Stock Raising.

Motion prevailed, and bill so referred.

Three petitions from the citizens of Albuquerque were received and referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

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