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moved for the cause aforesaid, the company shall not be required to restore the same for a period of one year after such removal."

On motion of Senator DeArmond, the bill was then read a third time and passed by the following vote:

AYES–Senators Allen, Bryant, Bland, Cabell, Cottey, DeArmond, Dobyns, Dungan, Edwards of Lafayette, Gottschalk, Headlee, Heard, Hutt, Lloyd, McMahan, Mabrey, Mackay, Morrisson, Pehle, Rogers, Rouse, Stephens and Walker-23.

ABSENT–Senators Edwards of St. Charles, McGrath, Manistre, Nay. lor and Perkins-5.

ABSENT ON LEAVE-Senators Bradley, Byrns, Caldwell, Heaston, Jacobs and Manring—6.

The title of the bill was read and agreed to.

Senator Lloyd moved to reconsider the vote by which the bill passed, and to lay the motion to reconsider on the table; the latter motion prevailed.

House bill No. 719, entitled "An act to provide for the disposition of money which may be paid into the State Treasury ir satisfaction of bonds issued by the State to any company or corporation, and to appropriate said money,” was taken up, and the following House amendment, the same having been printed for the information of the Senate, was read:

Amend Senate amendment by inserting after the word “State," line 8, the words “or bonds of the United States."

The amendment was concurred in by the following vote:

AYES-Senators Allen, Bryant, Bland, Cabell, Cottey, DeArmond, Dobyns, Dungan, Edwards of Lafayette, Gottschalk, Headlee, Heard, Hutt, Lloyd, McGrath, McMahan, Mabrey, Mackay, Morrison, Naylor, Pehle, Rogers, Rouse, Stephens and Walker-25.

ABSENT–Senators Edwards of St. Charles, Manistre and Perkins

3.

ABSENT ON LEAVE–Senators Bradley, Byrns, Caldwell, Heaston, Jacobs and Manring-6.

The following amendment to the title was read first and second times and agreed to:

Amend the amendment to the title by inserting the words “or bonds of the United States," after the word “State,” in line 8.

The title, as amended, was agreed to.

Senator Morrisson moved to reconsider the vote by which the amendment was coucurred in, and to lay the motion to reconsider on the table; the latter motion prevailed.

Senator DeArmond submitted the following report from the Committee on Judiciary, which was read:

MR. PRESIDENT: Your Committee on Judiciary, to whom was referred substitute for House bill No. 325, entitled "An act to amend section 1182, chapter 23, article 5, Revised Statutes of Missouri, relating to probate courts," beg leave to report that they have considered the same, and recommend that it do pass with the accompanying amendment.

The bill so reported, being substitute for House bill No. 325, was taken up and the following amendment, offered by the committee, agreed to:

Amend by striking out the following wherever found in the bill: “The parties in interest shall proceed at once to select a qualified attorney, who shall possess all the qualifications of a probate judge and be subject to none of the objections which would prevent him acting as special judge in the cause for which he is selected, and such attorney shall proceed at once to act as probate judge in such cause," and inserting in lieu thereof the following: “The parties in interest may, in writing, to be entered of record and filed with the papers in the cause, select a licensed attorney-at-law, a citizen of the county, subject to none of the objections which would prevent him from acting as special judge in the cause, to act as such special judge, who shall take the same oath as a probate judge, and shall act as probate judge in said cause.”

On motion of Senator DeArmond, the bill was then read third time and passed by the following vote:

AYES-Senators Allen, Bryant, Bland, Cabell, DeArmond, Dobyns, Dungan, Edwards of Lafayette, Edwards of St. Charles, Gottschalk, Headlee, Hutt, Lloyd, McMahan, Mabrey, Mackay, Pehle, Rouse and Stephens-19.

NOES–Senators Cottey, Morrisson and Walker-3.

ABSENT–Senators Bradley, Heard, McGrath, Manistre, Naylor, Perkins and Rogers—7.

ABSENT ON LEAVE–Senator Byrns, Caldwell, Heaston, Jacobs and Manring-5.

The title of the bill was read and agreed to.

Senator DeArmond moved to reconsider the vote by which the bill passed, and to lay the motion to reconsider on the table; the latter motion prevailed.

Senator DeArmond submitted the following report from the Committee on Judiciary, which was read:

MR. PRESIDENT: Your Committee on Judiciary, to whom was referred substitute for House bill No. 387, entitled "An act to authorize and enable the respective county courts of the counties in this State to purchase real estate in certain cases and dispose of same," beg leave to report that they have considered the same, and recommend that it do pass with the following amendment.

The bill so reported, being substitute for House bill No. 387, en: titled "An act to authorize and enable the respective county courts of the counties in this State to purchase real estate in certain cases, and dispose of the same," was taken up, and the following amendment offered by the committee, was read first and second times and adopted :

Amend by striking out all after the enacting clause, and inserting in lieu thereof the following:

Section 1. Whenever under any order, judgment or decree of any court of competent jurisdiction, or by virtue of a sufficient power of sale contained in any mortgage or deed of trust, any real estate shall be legally offered for sale, and any county in this State shall be interested, as trustee of any fund or otherwise, in the real estate to be sold, or in the proceeds of the sale thereof, in all such cases the county court of the county interested in any manner as aforesaid, may by an agent duly appointed by an entry of record, bid upon, and buy, any such real estate as in the best judgment and discretion of the court may seem proper, for the protection of the interest of the county, or of the fund of which the county court is trustee, as the case may be. It shall be competent for the county court in all cases to give its agent all suitable directions, and place him under all proper restrictions as to his action in the bidding on, or buying, any such real estate. All real estate purchased shall be purchased in the name of the proper county, and shall be managed and disposed of in the same manner, as nearly as practicable, as is provided in section 7115 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri, respecting the management and disposition of school lands: Provided, that nothing in this act shall be so construed as to authorize any county to bid for any real estate a sum greater than the cash value thereof, nor greater than the interest which the county has in the real estate, or the proceeds of the sale thereof, and costs.

The bill was then read third time and passed by the following vote:

AYES-Senators Allen, Bryant, Bland, Cabell, Cottey, DeArmond, Dobyns, Dungan, Edwards of Lafayette, Edwards of St. Charles, Gottschalk, Headlee, Heard, Hutt, Lloyd, Mabrey, Mackay, Pehle, Rogers, Rouse, Stephens and Walker–22.

ABSENT–Senators Bradley, McGrath, McMahan, Manistre, Morrisson and Naylor-6.

ABSENT ON LEAVE-Senators Byrns, Caldwell, Heaston, Jacobs, Manring and Perkins-6.

The title of the bill was read and agreed to.

Senator DeArmond moved to reconsider the vote by which the bill passed, and to lay the motion to reconsider on the table; the latter motion prevailed.

The following message was received from the House of Representatives, through Mr. Hannay, Assistant Chief Clerk:

MR. PRESIDENT: I am instructed by the House to inform the Senate that the House has taken up and passed Senate bill No. 180, entitled "An act to amend section twenty-six hundred and eighty-nine (2689), chapter thirty-nine (39) of the Revised Statutes of Missouri, 'Of homesteads."

Senator Cottey submitted the following report from the Committee on Ways and Meane, which was read:

MR. PRESIDENT: Your Committee on Ways and Means, to whom was referred House bill No. 402, entitled "An act to provide for the registration and payment of State warrants," beg leave to report that they have considered the same, and return it to the Senate and ask to be discharged from further consideration of the subject.

The bill so reported, being House bill No. 402, was indefinitely postponed.

Senator Edwards of St. Charles submitted the following report from the Committee on Criminal Jurisprudence, which was read :

MR. PRESIDENT: Your Committee on Criminal Jurisprudence, to whom was referred House bill No. 708, entitled "An act to amend section 1829, article 16, chapter 24, Revised Statutes, 'Of crimes and criminal procedure,'” beg leave to report that they have considered the same, and recommend that it do pass.

The bill so reported, being House bill No. 708, entitled "An act to amend section 1829, article 16, chapter 24, Revised Statutes, Of crimes and criminal procedure,'” was taken up, read third time and passed by the following vote:

AYES–Senators Bland, Cabell, Cottey, DeArmond, Dobyns, Dungan, Edwards of Lafayette, Edwards of St. Charles, Gottschalk, Heard, Hutt, Lloyd, Mackay, Morrisson, Pehle, Rogers, Rouse, Stephens and Walker-19.

ABSENT–Senators Allen, Bradley, Bryant, Headlee, McGrath, McMahan, Manistre and Naylor-8.

ABSENT ON LEAVE–Senators Byrns, Caldwell, Heaston, Jacobs, Mabrey, Manring and Perkins-7.

The title of the bill was read and agreed to.

Senator Edwards of St. Charles moved to reconsider the vote by which the bill passed, and to lay the motion to reconsider on the table; the latter motion prevailed.

Senator Edwards of St. Charles submitted the following reports from the Committee on Criminal Jurisprudence, which was read:

MR. PRESIDENT: Your Committee on Criminal Jurisprudence, to whom was referred House bill No. 714, entitled "An act prescribing how grand juries shall be selected in cities having over three hundred thousand inhabitants,” beg leave to report that they have considered the same, and recommend that it do pass.

The bill so reported, being House bill No. 714, entitled “An act prescribing how grand juries shall be selected in cities having over three hundred thousand inhabitants," was taken up, read third time and passed by the following vote:

AYES–Senators Allen, Bryant, Bland, Cabell, Cottey, DeArmond, Dobyns, Dungan, Edwards of Lafayette, Edwards of St. Charles, Headlee, Heard, Hutt, Lloyd, McMahan, Mabrey, Mackay, Naylor, Rouse, Stephens and Walker-21.

ABSENT–Senators Bradley, Gottschalk, McGrath, Manistre, Morrisson, Pehle and Rogers-7.

ABSENT ON LEAVE–Senators Byrns, Caldwell, Heaston, Jacobs, Manring and Perkins-6.

The title read and agreed to.

Senator Edwards of St. Charles moved to reconsider the vote by which the bill passed, and to lay the motion to reconsider on the table; the latter motion prevailed.

Senator Heard submitted the following report from the Committee on Banks and Corporations, which was read :

MR. PRESIDENT: Your Committee on Banks and Corporations, to whom was referred House bill No. 733, entitled "An act authorizing cities, acting under special charters and containing more than thirty thousand and less than fifty thousand inhabitants, to establish a system of sewerage and keep in repair sewers, culverts and drains,” beg leave to report that they have considered the same, and recommend that it do pass.

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