The Guthrie Daily Leader. (Guthrie, Okla.), Vol. 31, No. 18, Ed. 1, Thursday, June 4, 1908 Page: 3 of 8
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The reading ot Uio Journal ot tho
previous day's session wa$ disponscd
with and tho sarao was approved.
The following report was rend:
Your Committee on Enrollment bagn.
leave to report that It has carefully
compared tho dnrollcd copy of IIouso
Bill No. 051 092 642 514 with tho
engrossed copy thereof and finds said
enrollment to be correct and In prop-
er form and It Is herewith transmitted
to you for your signature.
Tho Speaker signed the onroliod
copies of Houso Bills No?. 051 602
042 and 514 lu open sos-iion nttai
reading at lea.111.
A messenger arrl" from tho Sen-
te hearing onnjlled coplj ot Senate
..Mi Nos. 3b2 ikU'y 381 -which copies
the Speaker signed in open session
after reading at length; bearing lat-
ter announcing that tho Senate had
adopted conference report on Sonalo
Substitute BUI No. 3HG and on Houbo
Bill No. 181; that tho Senate had
passed House Bills Nos. G42 and C7C;
agreed to a conference on IIouso Bill
No. 208 the President having appoint
ed Russell Mathews and Davis; boar
log onroliod copies of IIouso Bill No.
C72 signed by tho President ot tho
Sonatej announcing that the Senate
had agreed to Houso amondmonts to
Senate Bill No. 307; that tho Senato
does not agroo to House amondmonts
fb Senate Bill No. 229 asking a con-
forenco tho President having appoint
od Senators Stafford Gouldlng and
Hatohott; had granted conforonco on
Houio Bill No. 472 tho President hav
ing appointed Senators Taylor Smith
and Curd; boarlng House Bill No. 472
and Sonato Bill No. 20 and Houso BUI
No. C79 which had passed tho Son
Sen'nte Bill No. 222 was xoad.
Mr. Bills movol to amend in Section
7 line 3 substituting tho words "tho
party demanding a transcript of tho
datlmony" for "unsuccessful party.'
Mr. Bills moved to amend In line i
Section 8 "?1200.00" for "JISOO.00."
Tabled on motion ot Mr. Whitehurat.
Senate BUI No. 222 having been
road on two previous several legisla-
tive dayg was placed on third read-
ing and final passago the quostlon
being "Shall tho bill with tho emerg-
ency pass?" Roll call resulted:
Ayes Anthony Baldwin Bock
Bowdro Bdylo Branson Broom Bry
an Butler Castool Chappoll Cope
Crouch Day Doyerlo Durant Durct
Enrloy Evans Ezaard Faulkner Fish-
er Frasor Harris Harrison of Hughas
Harrison of McCurtaiu Hawkins Han-
dy Holland Hudson Japp Jarrott
Josso Johnson Jones Llndsoy Look-
wood Manus Martin Moore Mur
doch TUcCalla MoElhanoy Murley
Norvell Paschal Pendergraft Porter
Putnam Ralney Reeve BaUlff Rid-
dle Rider Ross Sands. Shearer Sher-
man Skeen Smith of Dewey Smith
of Delaware Smith of Grant Snelson
Stagnor Stephens Stettraund Stivers
Stone Tabor. Tnndy Tlllotson Turner
Utterbatk Vandaveor Vandeventer.
Watrous Whltehurst Mr. Speaker
Total ayes 78.
Naya Abbott Allen Armstrong ot
Kiowa Ashby Banks Brjggs Brown
Carson Onaatain Barle Ellis Hond-
rlckson King MoCants O'Neal Wort
man WhltBon Williams of Comanche
Williams ot Pushmataha.
Total nays 19
Absent -Armstrong of Cbpotaw Bal-
lard Durham nart Huddleston Lop-
don McAdoo Oreott Smith of Cuv
ter Smith of Waahlta Swenglo Wil-
Total absent 12.
The Speaker announced that tho bill
with the emergency having reoelved a
majority ot the votes of all tho mem.-
bera of the House of ItepresantaUvea
was passed and ba signed tho en.
grossed copy thereof Jn open session.
The Speaker .appointed as confer
ence committee on Senate Bill No.
229 Bzzard Crouch and Llndsoy.
The confereace committee report on
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Sonatb 1)111 tio. l'Sl was adopted and
tho bill as amonded was adopted by
tho following voter . -
Ayos Abbott Allen Anthony Arm
strong ot Kiowa Ashhy Baldwin Bal
lard Banks Beck BoWdro Boyle
Brlggs Bransbn Broom Brown Bry-
an Butlor Carson Castael Cbappell
Chastaln Copo Crouch Day Deyorle
Durant Durst Earlo Barley Ellla
Evaus Ezzard Faulkuor Flshor Fras.
or Harris HarriBon of Hughos Harrl
son of MeCurtaln Hawkins Hondrlok-
son Hobdy Holland Hudson Japp
Jnrrott Jesse. Johnson Jonos King
Llndsoy Lockwood Manus Martin
Mooro Murdoch McCalla McCanta
McHlhacy Murley Norvell O'Neal
Pnschal Pendergraft Portor Putnam
Ralney Roovo Ratllff Riddle Rido-.
Robs Sands Shoarer Shorman Stceen
Smith of Dewey Smith of Delaware
Smith of Grant Snolson Sthgner
Stephens Stettmund Stlvors Stone
Tabor Tandy Tlllotson Turner. Utter-
back Vandaveer Vnndorenter Wor;-
man aWtrous Whitehurat WhltMn
AVUUoms of Comanohe Williams of
Pushmataha Mr.' Speaker (Murray).
Total ayos 08.
Absentr-Armstrong of Choctaw Dur
ham Hart Huddleston London Mc-
Adoo Orcutt Smith ot Custer Smith
of Waahlta Swortglo Wilson.
Tho Sonato amondlhonta to House
Bill No. G7C woro adopted and the
bill with the amondmontfl and with the
emergency was adopted by the follow
Ayos Anthony Ashby Baldwin
Ballard Banks Beck Branson Broom
Brown Butlor Carson Casteol Cbas'
tain Copo Crouch Deyorlo Durant
Durst Earlo Earley Ezzard Faulk
ner Flshor Harris Harrison of
Hughos Harrison of MeCurtaln Hart
Hawkins Hendrlckson Hobdy Hol
land Huddloston Hudson Japp Jar
Stophons Stivers Stone. Swonglo
Tabor Tandy Tlllotson Turner Van
daveor Vandcvontur Wortman Whlto
hurst Whitson Williams of Coman-
oho Williams of Pushmataha Mr
rott Josso Johnson King Lindsay
Manus Martin Murdoch McCalla Mc
Blhanoy Murley Norvell O'Noal
Paschal Pendergraft Ralney Reeve
Ratliff Riddle Rider Ross Skeen
Smith of Delaware Smith of Grant
Total ayos 74.
Nays Abbott. Allan Armstrong ot
Kiowa. Bowdro Brlgus Chappell Day
Ellis Frasor Jones Lockwood Moore
MeCants Porter. Putnam. Sand
Shearer Shorman Smith of Dewey
Smith of Custer Snelson Stagner
Stpttmund Uttorback Watrous.
Total nays 26.
Absent Armstrong of Choctaw
Boyle Bryan Durham Evans London.
McAdoo. Orcutt Smith of Wnshlta
Total absent 10.
Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 27
was road and adopted.
A mofasengor arrfyad from tho Sen-
ato bearing Houso Bills Noe. 206. 272
482 277 and 388 all of which had
passed tho Somite; and Houbp Bill No.
12C which had bean recalled from the
Governor amended by the House
which amendments and bill were
adopted by the Senate; bearing let-
ter announolng that the Senate had
receded from lta amendments to Houw
Bill No. 084 and paaaed the bill; bear-
ing Senate Bills Nos. 444 and 449
which coplos the Spoakar signed in
open session after reading at length.
Senato Bill No. 445 having been
read on two previous several legisla-
tive days was placed on third read-
ing and final passage Uie question
being. "Shall the bill passf" Roll call
Ayos Abbott Allnn Anthony Arm
strong of IKowa Ashby Baldwin Bal-
lard Banks Beck Bowdrv. Brigg.
Branson Brown Bryan Butler Car-
son Castael Chappell Chastaln Cope
Dar Deyerle Durast Durst Bartey
Evans Faulkner Fisher Frasex Har-
ris Harrison of Hnglies Harrison of
MeCurtaln. Hart. Hawkins Hendrick-
eon Hobdy Holland Huddleston. Hud-
son Japp Jarrett. Jesse Johnson
Jones LJadsey. Lockwood Manua
Martin Meore Murdoch McCalla. Mc-
Oante MeBlbaney Murley Norvell.
Paschal Pendergraft Putnam Ralney.
Reeve. Ratliff Fiddle Rider Ross
Sands Shearer Shorman Skeen.
Smith of Dowoy Smith of Delaware.
Snelson Stagner Stephens Stettmund
Stivers Stono Tabor Tandy TUlot-
san Tumor Uilcrback 'V1andavoer
Vnndovaiitof- Wortmau " iWatrous
Wldtthuret Whltson W0i!an1s' df Co-
mancho Williams ot Pushmataha
Mr. Speaker (Murray).
Total ayes 00.
Nays McAdoo Porter.
Total nays 2.
Absent Armsfong of Choctaw
' oyi0( Broom( Crouch. Durham Earle
Ellis Ezxnrd King London 0'?pal
Orcutt Smith of Custer Sinltl A
Waahlta Snolson Swenglo Wilson.
Total absent 17.
Tho Speaker announced that the
bill having received a majority of the
votes of all the members of the House
of Ropre&entatlvea van passed and he
signed tho engrossed copy thereof in
Tho conforonco committee roport on
Senate Bill No. 388 was read am
adapted and the bill as amohded was
adapted by the following role:
Ayes Abbott Anthony Armstrong
ot Kiowa Ashby Baldwin Ballard
Banks Beck Bowdre Brlggs Bran-
son Bloom Blown Bryan Butler
Carson Casteel Chappell Chastaln
Cope Day Deyent Durant Durst
Barle Harloy Evans Faulkner Har-
ris Harrison of Hughes Harrison of
MeCurtaln Hart Hndrickt.on Hobdy.
Holland Huddleston Hudson Jnpp.
Jarrett Johnson Jones King Llndsey
Lockwood London Mnnu Martlu
Mooro Murdoch McAdoo McCalla
McCanls McKlbaney Murley Norvell.
O'Neal Pustbal Peiidergratt Porter
Putnam Raluey Reeve Ratliff Rid-
dle Rider. Ross Sands Shsnrsr Sher-
man Skeen Smith of Custer Smith of
Delaware Smith of Grant Snolson
Stagnor Stephens Stettmund Stivers
Swonglo Tandy. Tlllotson Tumor
Vandavoer Vandeventer Wortman
Whltehurst Whltson Williams of Co-
manche Williams of Pushmataha Wil-
son Mr. Speaker (Murray).
Total ayos 00.
Nays Frasor Smith of Dowoy
Total nays 1.
Absont Allen Armstrong of Choj-
taw Boyle Crouoh Durham Ellis
Mziard Fisher Uawklris Jobbo Lon
don Orcutt Smith it Washita Tabor.
Total absent 15.
A message was read from tho Gov-
ernor announcing that he had ap-
proved and slgnnd House Bills Nos.
717 707 715 018. 70!i 567 and 247.
and Joint Resolution No. 3.
The following message was received
from the Governor and read:
uuiurle Okla. May 26 1908.
To the House of Representatives:
I want to respectfully appeal to you
to give the anti-trust bill as present-
ed by Chairman McCalla the earllott
possible consideratipa today so that
it may reach the Senate for tholr final
Seld bill as presented by lteprosan-
tutlon McCr.Ha Is In oxnet form aa
prepared by Its authors and myaejf nt
tho .time the Voto of tho origlnul( Sjju.
ato Bill No. 4 was decided upon
C.' N. HASKELL Governor.
The following report was read;
State of OklaKoma House o! repre
Guthrie Okiau May 25. 1908.
Your Committee on Enrollment bags
leave to report that it has carefully
compared the osrolled eopy ot Housc-
BlII No. 71S C76 jrltb the engrgsgail
copy thereof and finds said eurallinent
to be correct and in proper form and
it is herewith trsasusltted to you for
The Speaker signed the enrolled
copies of House Bills Nos. 7U and OtJS
la open session after reading at
Mr. Ralney moved to talc up tite
antitrust bill Inusediately after the
The Hone went Into the tnmlttoe
of the whole for the eoaald ration of
Senate Bill No. 394 Mr. Ilos. Chair
The committee arose reporting roe-
oramendlug that the hill do iww.
Senate QUI No. 34. having bees
read on two previous several legisla-
tive days was placed on third reading
and final passage the question being
"Shall tho bill -with the emereenoy
passt" Boll call resulted:
Ayes Abbott Anthony Armstrong ( jj
ot Kiowa Baldwin BalttmS Banks
Beok Bowdro Brlgga Branson Broom
Brown Bryan BUUer Carson Cas
teel Chappell Ghastaln Cope; Day
Durant Durst Harloy Evans Faulk-
ner Frasar Harris Harrison of Mo-
Curtain Hart Hawkins Hendriclttton
Hobdy Holland Huddletson Hudson
Japp Jarrett Jeeao Johnson Jonee
Llndsey J-ookwool Manus Martin
Murdoch MoAdoo McEIhnnoy Murley
NorVoll Paschal Pendergraft. Porter
Putnam Italnoy Reeve Riddle Rider
Ross Sands Shearer Sherman Skeen
Smith ot Dewey Smith of Custer
Smith ot Delaware Smith ot Grant
Snelson Stagner Stettmund Stivers
Stond Swenglo Tandy Tlllotson
Turner XUterbaek Vandaveer Van-
devantef Wortman Watrous. Whlte-
hurst Williams of Comanche Wil
liams of Pushmataha Mr. Speaker
Total ayes 84.
Nays Allen Ashby Deyerle Barle
Harrison of Hughes Moore MeCants
RatUff Tabor Whltson Wilson.
Total nRys 11.
Absent Armstrong of Choctaw
Boyle Crouch Durham Ellis Uzzeird
Fisher King London McCalla O'Neal
Orcutt Smith of Washita Stophons.
Total absent 14.
The Speaker announced that the
bill with tho emergency having re
ceived a majority ot tho votes ot all
the members at the House ot Repre-
sentatives was passed and he signed
tho engrossed copy thereof In open
The House wont Into commlttae of
the whole fur Uie consideration of Sen-
ate BUI No. 334 Mr. Hawkins chair-
man. Tho committee aroso reporting roo-
oramondlng that tho bill do pase.
Sonato Bill . No. 331 having been
road on two previous sovoral legist
tlve days as placed On third rond'
lng and passage tho quostlon
bolng "Slu i tho bill with tho emerg-
ency pass?" Roll call resulted:
Ayos Abbott Allen Anthony Arm-
strong ot Kiowa Ashby Baldwin
Banks Bock Bowdro Branson Brown.
iBrj'an Butlor Carson Castool Chap
pell Chastaln Copo Day Doyerie
Durant Durst Earley Evans Faulk-
ner Praser Harris Harrison ot Me
Curtaln Hart Hawkins. Hondriokson
Hobdy Holland Hudson Jnpp Jarrott
Jesso Jones Llndsoy Lockwood Man-
us Martin Murdoch McAdoo McOal-
la McCahts MoBlhaney Murley Nor
veil O'Neal Paschal. Porter ruinum
Ralney Reeve Ratliff Riddle. Rider
Ross Sands Shearer Sherman. Skeen.
Smith of Dewey Smith of Custer
Smith ot Grant Snelson Stagner
Stettmund Stivers Stone Swengle
Tabor Tandy. Tlllotson Turner Ut-
torback Vandavoer Vandeventer Wat
reus. Whltehurst WhltBon Williams
of Comanche Williams ot Pushmata-
ha Mr. Speaker (Murray).
Totul ayee 80.
Nays Ballard Barle Harrison of
Hughos Johnson Smith ot Delaware
Total nays 0.
Absent Armstrong of Choctaw.
BQyle Brlggs. Broom Crouch Ilif
ham Ellis Bsuwrd Fisher H .dUlex-
ton IClng Ixindon Moore Orcutt
Pendergraft Smith of Washington
Total absent 18.
The Speaker announced that th
bill with the emergency having re-
ceived a majority ot the votes of all
the member ot tho IIouso at Ttepre-
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sentatlvu was passed and ho flgncd
the engrossed copy thoreot In open ses-
sion. Mr. TU'.J -n movd that tho mollnn
be reconsidered and that that motion
do ho upon the table.
Tho Houso went Into the committee
of the -whole for the consideration of
Senate BUI No. 380 Mr. J. Ro Wil-
The oommlttee arose reporting rec-
ommending that the bill do pass.
Senato No. 380 having been
read on two previous several legislr
Uvw days was placed on third read
ing and final passage the question hi
ing "Shall the bill pusa?" Roll call ro
Ayes Abbott Allen' Anthony Arm
strong of Kiowa Ashby Baldwin Bal-
lard Bauks Beck Bowdre Boyle
Branson Broom Brown Bryan Bu'
ler Carson Caeteel Chappell Ckee-
tain. Cone Crouch Day. Deyerle Du
rant. Durst Eerie Barley Evan.
Faulkner Fraser. Harris Harrtaoa of
Hughes Harrison ot MeCurtaln Har
Hawkins Hendrlckson Hobdy Hoi
land Huddleston Hudson Japp. Jar
rott Jesse J oil u son. Jones Llnduey
lockwood. London Manus. Martin.
Moore Murdoch MoAdoo McCalla
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McCants McElhanoy Mmdoy Norveli
O'Neal Paschal Pondergraft.Porro?
Putnam Italnoy Itcovo Itntllff Rid.
die. Rider Ross Sands Shearer Sher-
man Skeen Smith of "Dewoy Smith
of Custer. Smith of Delaware Smith ot
Grant Snelson Stagnorv Stophons
Stettmund Stono Swonglo Tabor.
Tandy Tlltotson Turner TJtterback
Vandaveer. Vandovonter "vVortraui
Watrous Whltehurst Whltson Will
Hams of Comanche Williams ot Push
nmUha. Wilson J" ' 4 f
Total ayes- 93. fef a
Nays Nono. ' . A
Absont Armstrong ot Choctaw
Brings. Durham Ellis Ezzard. Flshor
King. Orcutt Smith of Waahlta Stlv
era Mr. Speaker (Murray)
Total absent 11 '
The Speaker announced that thl
bill having received a majority of tf
votes of all the members of tho House
of Ratlvee - P"'-
he ho n theof
In open sr-sulon.
Tbe IIouso writ Into tl" f-ommlttet
ot the whuk- fur the connldpratlon of
Senate Bill No. 404 Mr Ha i.urd
(Ooauaaed on Pae .)
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