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ceased soldiers outside of the Ohio Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home, and to repeal an act therein named.

H. B. No. 743: To amend section 1306 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio. Attest:

D. J. EDWARDS, Clerk.

MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Mr. President :

The House of Representatives has passed the following bill, in which the concurrence of the Senate is requested :

H. B. No. 886–Mr. Hill of Hamilton: Making an appropriation to build an aqueduct, to take place of culverts in the Miami and Erie canal, below lock 39, south of the summit, in Hamilton county, Ohio. Attest:

D. J. EDWARDS, Clerk. Said bill was read the first time. The Journals of Monday and Tuesday were read and approved.

MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

Mr. President:

The Speaker of the House of Representatives has, in the presence of the House, signed the following bills :

H. B No. 665: To amend section 3240 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio.

H. B. No. 809: To amend section 1284 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio.

H. B. No. 719: To provide for the support of certain orphans of deceased soldiers outside of the Ohio Soldiers' and Sailors' Ouphans' Home.

H. B. No. 991: To authorize certain townships to build railroads, and to lease or operate the same. Attest:

D. J. EDWARDS, Clerk. The President pro tem. of the Senate, in the presence of the Senate, said bills. Mr. Pond offered the following resolution, which was adopted :

S. R. No. 106: Resolved, That a message be sent to the House of Representatives notifying it that the Senate is now ready to adjourn sine die. Mr. Strong submitted the following report: .

The joint committee on Enrollment have examined, and found correctly enrolled, the following bill:

H. B. No. 982: To authorize certain townships to build railroads, and to lease or operate the same,

L. M. STRONG,

C. R. HARMON,
J. K. POLLARD,

J. F. LOCKE,
H. R. SMITH,

W. T. WALLACE.

MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

Mr. President:

The Speaker of the House of Representatives has, in the presence of the House, signed the following bill :

H. B. No. 982: To authorize certain townships to build railroads, and to lease or operate the same. Attest:

D. J. EDWARDS, Clerk. The President pro tem. of the Senate, in the presence of the Senate, signed said bill. Mr. Strong submitted the following report :

The joint committee on Enrollment have examined, and found correctly enrolled, the following bills and joint resolutions :

H. B. No. 529: To amend section 648 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio.

H. B. No. 743: To amend section 1306 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio.

H. B. No. 791: To provide for improving the heating and ventilation of the State House.

H. B. No. 898: Making appropriations to meet deficiencies.

H. J. R. No. 119: Authorizing the Governor to appoint a commissioner to act on the part of the State in the adjustment and settlement of claims against the General Government.

H. J. R. No. 131: Relating to the transfer of Longview Asylum to the State.

J. K. POLLARD,

H. R. SMITH,
G. W. MOORE,

C. H. SMITH,
L. M. STRONG,

JOHN F. LOCKE.
W. T. WALLACE,

MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

Mr. President :

The Speaker of the House of Representatives has, in the presence of the House, signed the following bills and joint résolutions :

H. B. No. 898: Making appropriations to meet deficiencies.

H. B. No. 743: To amend section 1306 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio.

H. B. No. 529: To amend section 648 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio.

H. B. No. 791: To provide for improving the heating and ventilation of the State House.

H. J. R. No. 119: Authorizing the Governor to appoint a commissioner to act on the part of the State in the adjustment and settlement of claims against the General Government.

H. J. R. No. 131: Relating to the transfer of Longview Asylum to the State. Attest:

D. J. EDWARDS, Clerk. The President pro tem., in the presence of the Senate, signed said bills and joint resolutions.

MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

Mr. President :

The House of Representatives has completed its business, and is now ready to adjourn in conformity to the provisions of

S. J. R. No. 88: Fixing the time for the sine die adjournment of the Sixty-fourth General Assembly. Attest:

D. J. EDWARDS, Clerk. The Journal of to day was read and approved.

The hour having arrived for the adjournment of the General Assembly sine die, in pursuance of S. J. R. No. 88, the President pro tem. addressed the Senate as follows:

Senators and Officers of the Senate :

The hour fixed for the final adjournment of the Sixty-fourth General Assembly has arrived. Its record is made and its work is done. The unprecedented activity in trade and commerce, as well as in almost every branch of manufacturing and agricultural industry during the past two or three years, has, in some sections of the State, greatly stimulated the inclination to build railroads, machine shops, etc., at public expense. A number of bills have passed the General Assembly for that purpose. Localities have appeared here by there representatives, including large numbers of the leading men in wealth and intelligence, urging the enactment of their respective bills, upon the ground that the people were asking it almost unanimously, and that it would greatly tend to develop their section of the State. As to the wisdom or foily of these measures time will develop. Aside from that (about which there may be some question) this General Assembly has digested well nearly every measure of public interest that has come up for consideration; and when its work is scrutinized by the public, and the laws enacted are known and understond, I have no fears but that it will meet with hearty commendation, and compare favorably with the record of any previous General Assembly in the history of the State. We are soon to return to our homes, and I trust each with the consciousness of having performed his duty to the best of his ability as a member of this body.

To the officers and employes of the Senate : Your fidelity and promptness in the performance of your duties in their manifold details demand approval and highest commendation. Your assistance to the Chair has been invaluable. Senators, to you I am under obligation for the uniform

courtesy, forbearance and kindness which you have at all times mani. fested, and to which is due more than to anything else, whatever of satisfaction I have been able to render in the discharge of my duty as Presidènt pro tem. of the Senate. I shall now perform the last duty of my office by declaring the Senate adjourned without day. Attest:

J. C. DONALDSON, Clerk.

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