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Said resolution was thereupon read at length by the Secretary in the presence of the Senate in open session, no other business intervening, and no objections being made, the President signed said resolution.
The following message was received from the Governor through Mr. Farr, his Private Secretary, which was read:
JEFFFRSON CITY, Mo., March 28, 1881. SIR: I return to the Senate, with my approval endorsed thereon, a bill of the following title:
"An act to provide for the indexing of the minutes of judges of courts of record in certain cases.'
THOS. T. CRITTENDEN. Hon. R. A. CAMPBELL, President of the Senate.
Senator Cottey offered the following resolution, which was read and adopted :
Resolved, That a joint committee of two from the Senate, and three from the House, be appointed to inform His Excellency, the Governor, that the Thirty-first General Assembly will adjourn on this day at 12 o'clock, M.; and that he is requested to make such further communications, if any, that he may deem for the interest of the State; in which the concurrence of the House is respectfully requested.
The President appointed as such committee, on the part of the Senate, Senators Cottey and Rogers.
Senator Heard offered the following resolution, which was read twice and adopted :
Resolved, That the Secretary of the Senate be authorized to employ a clerk in addition to those already authorized by resolution of the Senate for a term not exceeding ten days, whose duty it shall be to collect, arrange, label and deposit with the Secretary of State, the printed bills left in possession of the Senate, in order that Senators desiring copies of said bills may be able to obtain them.
Senator Cotttey, of the Joint Committee appointed to wait upon the Governor and inform him of the early approach of the hour of adjournment, submitted the following report, which was read:
MR. PRESIDENT: Your Joint Special Committee, appointed to inform the Governor that the Thirty-first General Assembly will adjourn sine die at 12 o'clock to-day, have performed that duty, and received from His Excellency the information that he has no further communication to make to either branch of the General Asssembly; that he thanks both bodies for their uniform courtesy to him, and having faithfully performed their duties, he extends to the members individually his best wishes for their safe return to their homes, and for their further happiness and prosperity.
Senator Rogers offered the following resolution, which was read twice and adopted:
Resolved, That the thanks of the Senate be and are hereby tendered to the Doorkeeper, Sergeant-at-Arms, Clerks and Pages of the Senate, for the fidelity and the care with which they have discharged their respective duties during the present session.
The following message was received from the House, through Mr. Hannay, assistant Chief Clerk:
MR. PRESIDENT: I am instructed by the House to inform the Senate, that the House has taken up substitute for House bill No. 60, entitled "An act to amend sections 591 and 592, article 1, chapter 13 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri, entitled 'Of official bonds,'” and concurred in Senate amendment thereto, as follows:
Amend by striking out all after the enacting clause and inserting in lieu thereof the following:
Section 1. Section 591 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri is hereby amended by inserting the word “and," between “kind” and “ location," in the sixth line of said section, and by striking out the words " and aggregate value of his property, with the amount and character of the incumbrances thereon; the extent of his liabilities, if any; whether or not he is the head of a family," in the sixth, seventh and eighth lines of said section, and inserting in lieu thereof the following: “Of his property, and that he is worth a certain sum, therein to be stated, over and above all liabilities and exemptions," so that said section, as amended, shall read as follows:
Sec. 591. No official bond in a penal sum of twenty-five thousand dollars or more shall be approved until after the sureties therein shall subscribe and swear to a statement, to be duly attested and endorsed on or attached to the bond, setting forth in full the name, place of residence and occupation of each surety, the kind and location of his property, and that he is worth a certain sum therein to be stated, over and above all liabilities and exemptions, and such other particulars as may be required by the officer or court whose approval of such bond is sought or required.
Amend the title by striking out "and (592) five hundred and ninety-two."
The President announced that all other business would be suspended, and directed that substitute for House bill No. 60, entitled "An act to amend section 591, article 1, chapter 13 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri, entitled 'Of official bonds,'” be read at length, and that unless objection be made, he would sign the same, to the end that it might become a law.
Said bill was thereupon read at length by the Secretary in the presence of the Senate in open session, no other business intervening, and no objection being made, the President signed the same.
The time fixed for the adjournment, viz.: 12 o'clock m., having arrived, the President announced that the Senate of the Thirty-first General Assembly of Missouri, was now adjourned sine die.
ROB'T. A. CAMPBELL,
Lieut. Governor and President of the Senate. ATTEST:
FRANCIS C. NESBIT, Secretary of the Senate.
The following acts were approved by His Excellency, the Governor, after the adjournment of the General Assembly:
Substitute for House bill No. 60, “An act to amend section (591) five hundred and ninety-one, article one (1), chapter thirteen (13) of the Revised Statutes of Missouri, ‘Of official bonds;' ” approved March 28, 1881.
Substitute for House bill No. 325, “An act to amend section 1182, chapter 23, article 5, Revised Statutes of Missouri, relating to probate courts ;” approved March 28, 1881.
House bill No. 708, "An act to amend section 1298, article 16, chapter 24, Revised Statutes, 'Of crimes and criminal procedure;'” approved March 28, 1881.
House bill No. 395, "An act to amend section two thousand seven hundred and forty-three (2743), chapter forty-two (42) of the Revised Statutes of Missouri, ‘Of judgments;'” approved Marah 28, 1881.
House bill No. 415, “An act to amend section 3489, article 4 of chapter 59 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri, 'Of the manner of commencing suits and the service of notices;'” approved March 28, 1881.
House bill No. 734, "An act regulating the levying of taxes upon real and personal property including choses in action, in cities containing more than thirty thousand and less than fifty thousand inhabitants ;” approved March 28, 1881.
House bill No. 714, "An act prescribing how grand jurors shall be selected in cities having over three hundred thousand inhabitants ;" approved March 28, 1881.
House bill No. 683, "An act to more fully protect miners in weights and punish persons who weigh minerals for not giving correct statement of weights;" approved March 28, 1881.
Senate bill No. 50, "An act to appropriate money and provide for the payment of the claim of the Rolla Board of Education;" approved April 11, 1881.
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