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erary and theological seminary," reported the same with an amendment which was concurred in, and the bill, os amended, was read the third time and passed.

Mr. Marsh, from :he committee on land taxes, to whom was referred the eighty-sixth chapter of the revised statutes, reported the same with an amendment, which was adopted, and said chapter was read the third time and passed.

Mr. Nɔble, from the committee to whom was referred the fiftyfourth and fifty-fifth chapters of the revised statutes, reported the same without amendment and said cl.apters were severally read the third time and passed.

Mr. Noble, from the same committee, also reported the fifty-sixth chapter of the revised statutes without amendment.

Ordered, That said chapter be laid on the table.

(H. 8.) Mr. Kittredge, from the committee on banks, wv whom was referred a bill entiiled "an acl to repeal an act extending the charter of the bank of Montpelier,” reported the same without amendment, and it was read the third time and passed.

Mr. Chandler, from the committee to whom was referred the forty. eighth and forty-ninth chapters of the revised stalutes, reported the same without amendment, and they were seve rally read the thira ime and passed.

Mr. Chandler, from the same committee, reported the forty-seventh chapter of the revised statutes.

On motion of Mr. Pierpoint, Ordered, 'That said chapter be engrossed and read the third time.

Mr. McMillan, from the committee to whom was referred the fiftyfirst, fifty-second and fifty-third chapters of the revised statutes, reported the same without amendment, and they were severally read the third time and passed.

The Senate adjourned.

AFTERNOON.

Mr.Harvey, from the committee to whom was relerred the sixty-seventh chapter of the revised statutes, reported the same without amendment.

Ordered, That said chapter be read the third time on Monday morning.

The Senate resumed the consideration of the fifty-sixth chapter of the revised statutes, and the same was read the third time and passed..

(H. 70.) Mr. Jones, from the committee on bills, reported that the committee have this day delivered to the Governor a bill entitled “an act to pay Chauncey Goodrich the sum therein mentioned."

(H. 67.) Mr. Holmes, from the committee on land taxes, 10 whom was referred a bill entitled "an act laying a tax on a part of Cambridge,” reported the same without amendment.

Ordered,' That said bill be read the third time on Monday morning.

(8.75.) Mr. Eaton, from the committee on education, to whom was Teferred a bill entitled "an act establishing an academy in the town of Hartford in the county of Windsor,” reporled the same without amendment, and it was read the third time and passed.

Mr. Foster, from the committee lo whom was referred ihe fiftieth chapter of the revised statuies, reported the same without amendment, and it was read the third time and passed.

(H. 74.) Mr. Chandler, from the committee to whom was referred a bili entitled "an act to pay Lewis Sowles the sum therein mentioned," reported the bill without amendmeni.

On motion of Mr. Pierpoint,
Ordered, That said bill be laid on the table.
The Senate adjourned.

Monday, Oct. 28, 1899. A message from the House of Representatives, by Mr. Merrill, their clerk :

MR. PRESIDENT: The House of Representatives concur with the Sen. a te in the amendment proposed to the resolution relating to an examination of the Bank of Windsor and the Essex Bank. The House of Representatives concur with the Senate in passing the thirty-third chapter of the revised statutes, with a proposed amendment, in which they ask the concurrence of the Senate.

The said thirty-third chapter was taken up, and the amendment proposed by the House of Representatives was read anel concurred in.

Chapter 67 of the revised statutes was read the third time and passed.

The following chapters of the revised statutes were severally read the first and second time, ard committed, as follows:

Chapter 92, “Of the rights of persons who are accused of crimes and offences,"

Chapter 93, “Of offences against the sovereignty of the state,"
Chapter 94,“ of offence s against the lives and persons of individu-
Chapter 95, “ Of offences against private property,”
Chapter 96, “Of forging and counterfeiting,"
Chapter 97, “Of offences against public justice,"
Chapter 98, “Of offences against the public peace,”
Chapter 99, “ Of offences against chastity, morality and decency,"
Chapter 100, “Ol offences against public health,”
Chapter 101, “Or offences against public policy,” and

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Chapter 102, “General provisions concerning crimes and punish, ments,"

Were reterred to Messrs. Pierpoint, Egerton aorl Adams.
Chapter 68, “Or inspectors of provisions and manufactures," and
Chapter 69, “ Of weights and measures,"
Were relerred to the committee on manusactures.
Chapter 70, " or the standard weight of grain," and
Chapter 71, “Of grist mills,"
Were referred to the committee on agriculture.
Chapter 72, “Of the money of account,"

Chapter 73, “Of the time of payment of sundry contracts and actions on negotiable instruinents," and

Chapter 74, “Of pedlars,"
Were referred to ihe committee on the judiciary.

Mr. Swift, from the committee to whom was referred the sixty-third chapter of the revised statutes, reported the same with an amendment, which was adopted, and the said chapter was read the third time and passed.

Mr. Cobb, from the committee to whom was referred the sixty-first chapter of the revised statutes, reported ihe same without amend. Ment.

On motion of Mr. Tracy, Ordered, That said chapter be laid on the table. Mr. Cobb, from the committee to whom was referred the sixty-second chapter of the revised statu!es, reported the same, and the said chapter, having been amended, was read the third time and passed.

The Senate adjourned.

AFTERNOON.

A message from the House of Representatives by Mr. Merrill, their clerk:

MR. PRESIDENT: The House of Representatives concur with the Senate in passing a bill, entitled

(S. 3.) “An act to settle and establish the boundary line belween the towns of Westminster and Athens."

The House concur with the Senate in the amendments proposed to the bill, entitled

(H. 6.) “ An act to incorporale the Memphremagog literary and theological seminary."

Mr. Tracy, from the committee on the judiciary, to whom was referred the fifty-ninth chapter of the revised statutes, reported the same without amendment, and the said chapter was read the third time and passed.

Mr. Robinson, from the committee on the judiciary, to whom was re. ferred the seventy-third chapter of the revised statutes, reported the same without amendment.

Ordered, That said chapter be read the third time to morrow morning.

Mr. Tracy, from the committee to whom was referred the seventyfourth chapter of the revised statutes, reported the same without amendment.

Ordered, That said chapter be read the third lin.e to-morrow morning.

Mr. Pierpoint, from the committee to whom was referred the fiftyseventh chapter of the revised statutes, reported the same without amendment, and the said chapter was read ihe third time and passed.

Mr. Pierpoint, from the committee to whom was referred the fiftyeighth chapter of ihe revised statutes, reported the same without amendinent.

Ordered, That said chapter be laid on the table. Mr. Pierpoint, from the committee to whom was relerred the fortyfourth chapter of the revised statutes, reported the same with amendments, and the said chapter was amended, and was read the third time and passed.

Mr. Pierpoint, from the committee to whom was referred the fortyfifth and forty-sixth chapters of the revised statutes, reported the same without amendment, and the said chapters were severally read the third time and passed.

Mr. 'Tracy, from the committee to whom was referred the sixtieth chapter of the revised statutes, reported the same without amendment, and the said chapter was read the third time and passed.

Mr. Robinson, from the commitlee to whom was referred the seventysecond chapter of the revised statutes, reported the same withoui amendment, and the said chapter was read the third time and passed.

Mr. Noble, from the committee to whom was referred the seventieth and seventy-first chapters of the revised statutes, reported the same without amendment.

Ordered, That sai} chapters be read the third time to-morrow mor. ning

The forty-seventh chapter of the revised statutes, having been engrossed according to order, was read the third time and passed.

The following chapters of the revised statutes were severally read the first and second times and conmitted, as follows:

Chapter 77, “Of the collection of taxes,' and

Chapter 82, “Of the observance of the Sabbath and ot disturbing religious meetings,"

Were referred to Messrs. Lawrence, Townsley and Burgess.
Chapter 78, “ Ol' towns and other communities,"
Was referred to Messrs. Kittredge, Jones and Curtis.
Chapter 79, “Or private corporations,”
Was referred to the committee on the judiciary.

Chapter 81, "Of societies for the support of the gospel, and literary and other associations,"

Was referred to Messrs. Goodwin, Simonds and Jenness.
The Senate adjourned.

Tuesday, Oct. 29, 1839. (H. 50.) Mr. Converse, from the committee to whom was referred a bill entitled "an act for the relief of Henry Daman,” reported the same without amendment, and the said bill was read the third time and passed.

The following chapters of the revised statutes, made the order of the day for this morning, were severally read the third time and passed, viza

Chapter 70.
Chapter 71.
Chapter 72.
Chapter 74.

A message from the House of Representatives by Mr. Merrill, their clerk :

MR. PRESIDENT: The House of Representatives have passed a resolution for a joint assembly for the election of a Bank Inspector, Bank Commissioner, Reporter of the decisions of the Supreme Court and an agent to settle the concerns of the Vermont Staie Bank, in which they ask the cunicurrence of the Senate.

The said resolution is as follows:

Resolved, by the Senate and House of Representatives, That both houses meet in joint assembly on Wednesday next, al three o'clock in the afternoon, for the purpose of electing a Bank Inspector, Bank Commissioner, a Reporter of the decisions of the Supreme Court, and an agent to settle the concerns of the Vermont State Bank. Which was read and passed in concurrence.

The Senate, as in committee of the whole, resumed the consideration of the eighteenth chapter of she revised statutes, and after some time spent therein,

On motion of Mr. McAlillan,
Ordered, That said chapter be laid on the table.

Mr. Kittredge, from the committee to whom was referred the seventyeighth chapter of the revised statutes, reported the same without amendment, and the said chapter was read the third time and passed.

Mr. Converse, from the committee on the judiciary, to whom was referred the forty-second chapter of the revised statutes, reported ihe same without amendment, and the said chapter was read the third time and passed.

Mr. Harvey, from the committee on manufactures, to whom was re-lerred the sixty-eighth chapter of the revised statutes, reported the same with amendments, and the said chapter was considered by the Senate

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