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H. B. No. 580—- Mr. Ward: To amend section 7136 of the Revised Statutes.
H. B. No. 581--Mr. Jones: To amend section 7035 of the Revised Statutes.
H. B No. 582-Mr. Barton: To amend section 1302 of the Revised Statutes
H. B. No 583— Mr. Bishop: To regulate the listribution of any qurplus funds that may remain in the treasury if the county of Clermont arising from tixon dogs.
H B No. 584 - Mr. Stryker (by request): For h- relief of James Milone
H B No. 585- Mr King: Regulating the sale of intoxiciting liquors, by restricting the sale where to medicinal, pharmaceutic and sacramental uses, and submitting the question of its enforcement to the citizens of the several counties, townships, cities, villages, or wards of cities in the State of Ohio.
H. B. No. 586- Mr. Greiner: Authorizing and empowering the council of the incorporated village of Shawnee, Perry county, Ohio, to purchase a lot and erect. thereon, suitable buildings for engine and hose carriage, and sinking cisterns
I. B No 587-Mr. Patton: To amend section 4841 of the Revised Statuies.
H. B. No 588--Mr. Patton : To amend section 4889 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio, as amended March 18, 1880. (O L., vol. 77, p. 65.)
H. B. No. 589—Mr. Stubbs: To amend section 1737 of the Revised Statutes. Attest:
D. J. EDWARDS, Clerk. Bills were read the second time, and referred as follows: S B. No. 254: To amend section 3904 of the Revised Statutes. To committee on Schools.
S. B No. 255 : Supp ementary to sections 3986 and 4018 of the Revised Statutes.
To committee on Schools. S. B. No. 256: To mend section 1254 of the Revised Statutes. To committee on Judiciary. Mr. Kirby of H milton offered the following resolution: SJ R No. 57: WHEREA , A company, called the Cincinnati Central Railway Company, threatens to enter upon and occupy the berme bank of the Miami and Erie canal from the six-mile stone to Broadway, in the city of Cincinnati, without the authority of the General Assembly, but under a pretended grant from or contract with the Board of Public Works, said Board having assumed the right to so act by virtue of section 3283 of the Revised Statutes; and,
WHERE 48, The exercise of such a right by said Board is not within the intent of said section, and is beyond the powers conferred upon the Board, the policy of the State having been, and should ever be, to reserye such rights concerning the public works in the General Assembly; and
WHEREAS, The said berme bank is necessary and should be preserved un obstructed for wharfage and other canal purposes; and the canal property, and also both public and private property in large amounts along said portion of the canal, would be greatly injured and the revenue from the canal diminished by the presence and operation of the railroad proposed, without the existence of any public demand, necessity, or benefits; therefore, be it
Resolved by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, That the Board of Public Works is hereby directed and required to rescind its action concerning its aforesaid pretended grant and agreement for the occupancy of the berme bank of said portion of said canal; that said Board and its Chief Engineer are each hereby required to prevent the construction of any railroad on any part of said canal or berme bank under said grant or agreement, and to resume and retain possession for canal purposes of the State's property embraced within such grant or agreement; and that if any legal proceedings become necessary to accomplish the purposes hereof, the Attorney-General is hereby authorized and directed to commence and prosecute said proceedings by quo warranto, injunction, or otherwise, in the name of the State, to the end that the said grant and agreement shall be declared void, and the State's property speedily recovered.
On motion of Mr. Kirby of Hamilton, said resolution was referred to the committee on Public Works and Public Lands, and ordered printed. On motion of Mr. Marriott, the Senate adjourned. Attest:
J. C. DONALDSON, Clerk.
WEDNESDAY, January 12, 1881—10 o'cLOCK A.M. The Senate met pursuant to adjournment. Prayer by Rev. Thompson. The Journal was read and approved.
MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
The House of Representatives has concurred in the adoption of the following joint resolution :
S. J. R. No. 55: Relative to appointing of joint committee to investigate the management of the Reform School at Lancaster, Obiowith the following amendments, in which the concurrence of the Senate is requested :
In line 6, fill the blank by inserting “three."
D. J. EDWARDS, Clerk. The question being on concurring in said amendments, the yeas and nays were ordered, taken, and resulted — yeas 24, nays none, as follows:
Those who voted in the affirmative were-
So said amendments were concurred in.
The committee on Revision has examined, and found correctly engrossed, S. B. No. 249 and S. B. No. 248.
A. R. CREAMER,
Bills were read the second time, and referred as follows:
S. B. No. 259 : For the payment of claim of S. N. Field and Jacob Hil. debrand.
To committee on Claims.
S. B. No. 248: To amend section 710 of the Revised Statutes of Ohiowas read the third time.
Mr. Hitchcock moved to refer said bill (S. B. No. 248) to a select committee of one, with instructions to amend as follows:
Insert after “patient,” in line 5, the words “or return of escaped patient.” Which was agreed to.
The President appointed Mr. Hitchcock as such committee, who reported the bill back amended as instructed.
The question then being “Sball the bill pass ?” the yeas and nays were ordered, taken, and resulted-yeas 23, nays none, as follows:
Those who voted in the affirmative wereMessrs. Atkinson, Beebe, Beer, Carran, Cline, Creamer, Entrekin, Hartshorn, Hitchcock, Horr, Kelly, Kirby of Hamilton, Kirby of Wyandot, Marriott, Moore, Mounts, Perkins, Pollard, Pond, Richards, Sinks, Sullivan, and Van Cleaf-23.
So the bill passed. The title was agreed to
S. B. No. 29: To amend section 3868 of the Revised Statutes, in relation to the powers of certain corporations—was read the third time.
The question being “Shall the bill pass ?” the yeas and nays were taken, and resulted-yeas 28, nays none, as follows:
Those who voted in the affirmative were-
So the bill passed. The title was agreed to.
The committee on Medical Colleges and Societies, to whom was referred Sub. for H. B. No. 171: To amend section 3763 of the Revised Statuteshaving had the same under consideration, report it back, with following amendments, and recommend its passage when so amended:
Insert after the word “provided,” in line 31, “or who shall charge, receive, or accept, money or other valuable consideration for the same.”
J. L. Mounts, W. C. CLINE,
Said amendment was agreed to.
Mr. Mounts moved that said bill be engtossed at the Clerk's desk, and read the third time. .
Which was disagreed to.
On motion of Mr. Mounts, said bill was ordered to be engrossed and read the third time on Monday next.
Mr Pond offered the following resolution, which was adopted:
S. R No. 76: WHEREAS, A large amount o bu-iness has accumulated in the Judiciary committee, and additional aid is needed;
Resolved. That the President of the Senate is authorized to add one additional member to said committee
Mr. Richards moved that the votr by which the Senate advised and consented to the ppointment of Geo. A. Boerstler to be Trustee of the Athens Asylum for the Insane, be reconsidered.
Which was agreed to.
Mr. Richards moved thit the Governor be authorized to withdraw his message nominating said Geo. 1 Boerstier.
Which was agreed to.
THREE N'CLICK P. M.
The President appointed Moss. Carran and Wilkins of Fulton, on the part, of the Sanate, on the con mittee under S. J.R No. 55 ; and Mr. Richards an additional member of the Judiciarv committee, under S. R. No. 76.
S. B. No. 244: To amend section 9293 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio-being the special order for this hour, was taken up.
The pending question being the motion of Mr. Sinks to refer said bill to a select committee of one, with instructions to amend, Mr. Sinks, by consent of the Senate, withdrew said motion.
The question then being - Shall the bill pass ?" Mr. Sinks moved to refer said b'll (S B No. 244) to a select committee of one, with instructions to amend as follows:
Insert in line 6. after the word "highway" and before the word “the," the word “one half;" and in line 7, after the word “re-paving” and before the word "shall," the words "and such portion of the remainder thereof as the council may deem just and reasonable."
Which "as agreed to..
The Presiderit appointed Mr. Sinks such committee, who reported the bill back, amended as instructed.
The question then being "Shall the bill pass ?” the yeas and nays were ordered, taken, and resulteri-- ypas 24, nays 4, as follows:
Those who voted in the affirmative were-Messrs Atkinson, Beebe, Beer, Carran, Cline, Creamer, Fleischmann, Harper, Hartshorn, Hitchcock, Ilorr, Marriott, Moore, Mounts, O'Hagan, Parker, Perkins, Pollard, Pond, Richards, Sinks, Sullivan, and Tyler -24.
Those who voted in the negative were Messrs. Kirby of Hamilton, Kirby of Wyandot, Carlisle, and Van Cleaf-4.
So the bill passed The title was agreed to
On motion of Mr. Beer, the rules were dispensed with and Mr. Pond submitted the following report:
The committee on Judiciary, to whom was referred H. J. R. No. 66: Relative to the election of a United States Senator to succeed the Hon.
James A. Garfield--having had the same under consideration, report it back with following amendments, and recommend its adoption as amended :
Strike out of the preamble all after the word “whereas," and insert the following: "James A Girfield who has been by this General Assembly elected to be a Senator in the Congress of the United States, for the term of six years from and after the 4th duy of March, 1881, his declined to accept maid election and offic-, and renounced the same." Also, add at the end oi the resolusion tbe iowing: “And that on the day following said 18th day of January, 1881, said two Houses convene in joint assembly and have such pr ceedings to compl-te and perfect said election as is provided in sand act for the election of United States Senator in ordinary cases.' FB PND
LYMANJ. JA K-ON,
Said ainendments were agrreit!
The quist on being on the adoption of said resolution, the ypad and nays were order-d, taken, and resilted - veas 7, nay's 2, as follows:
Those who voted in the affirmative wereMessrs. Atkinson, Brebe, Beer, Carlisle, Carran, Cline, Creamer, Entrekin, Harper, Hatshorn, Hitchcock, Horr, Ibong-worth, Jackson, Kirby of Hamilton, Kirby of Wyandot, Marrio't, Moore, Munts, O'Hagan, Perkins, Pollard, Pond, Richards, Sinks, Sulliv.n, and Tyler-27.
Messrs Van Cleaf and Wilkins of Tuscarawas voted in the negative.
So the resolution way adopted.
Mr. Beebe moved to dispense with the rules for the introduction of bills.
On which motion the yeas and nays were ordered, taken, and resultedyeas 29, nays 2, as follows:
Those who voted in the affirmative wereMessrs. Atkinson, Beebe, Beer, Carlisle, Carran, Cline, Creamer, Entrekin, Flyischmann, Hirper, Hartshorn, Hitchcock, Horr, Hollingsworth, Jackson, Kirby of Hamilton, Kirby of Wyandot, Mounts, O'Hagan, Parker, Perkins, Pollard, Pond, Sinks, Suliivan, Tyler, Van Cleaf, Wilkins of Fulton, and Wilkins of Tuscarawas -29.
Messrs. Marriott and Moore voted in tne negative.
So the motion was agreed to, and the rules dispensed with, and the following bills introduced and read the first time:
S. B. No. 262—Mr. Atkinson: To facilitate the taking of testimony.
S. B. No. 263–Mr. Jackson: To amend section 14 of the Revised Statutes.
S. B. No. 264– Mr. Sinks: To amend section 2004 of the Revised Stat. utes.
S. B. No. 265—Mr. Pond: To provide for the examination and payment of certain military claims, and making an appropriation therefor.
By unanimous consent, the rules were dispensed with, and the following reports received : Mr. O'Hagan submitted the fo'lowing report:
The committee on Schools and School Lands, to whom was referred H. B. No. 89: To amend section 4066 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio