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that State banks becoming members of laws of this State, and declaring an a Federal reserve bank shall have all emergency." rights permitted them under the Federal

Free Conference Committee Substitute Reserve Act as to reserve deposits with for H. B. No. 4, the permanent wareState banks and trust companies; con-house bill. ferring authority on State banking cor- Signed by President Pro Tem. Gibson: porations which become members of H. B. No. 18, "An Act to amend a Federal reserve bank to conform to Article 5477 of the Revised Civil Statthe Federal law as now or hereafter utes of the State of Texas relating to enacted and all rules and regulations the landlord's lien so as to provide that promulgated relative thereto by law such lien as to agricultural products, ful authority, and providing that such when stored in public or bonded warebanks shall be subject to all limita- houses regulated and controlled by the tions of law and such rules and reg laws of the State of Texas, shall conulations as are now or may be here- tinue so long as such products remain after enacted or promulgated; defin- in such warehouses, and declaring an ing the kind and character of money emergency." which may be held as reserve by banking corporations incorporated under the laws of Texas which become members of a Federal reserve bank; The Chair (President Pro Tem. Gibprescribing that State banks becoming son) here announced that the hour fixed by concurrent action of both houses for shall be required to conform to the pro- final adjournment of the Second Called visions of law imposed upon national Session of the Thirty-third Legislature banks respecting limitations of liability having arrived, he pronounced the Senand prohibitions against making purate adjourned sine die.

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SINE DIE ADJOURNMENT.

APPENDIX.

COMMITTEE REPORTS.
(Floor Report.)

Austin, Texas, September 21, 1914.
Hon. Robt. L. Warren, President Pro
Tem. of the Senate.

Sir: Your Judiciary Committee No. 1, to whom was referred

H. B. No. 18, A bill to be entitled "An Act to amend Article 5477 of the

chases of or loans on stock of such banks and, to withdrawal or impairment of capital, the payment of unearned dividends and to such rules as may be prescribed by the Federal Reserve Board in pursuance of the Federal Reserve Act; setting forth the terms and conditions under which State banks may pledge or hypothecate collateral security for money borrowed upon bills payable, certificates of deposit or otherwise; conferring authority upon State banks which become members of a Federal reserve bank to discount to such Federal reserve bank notes, drafts, and bills of exchange arising out of actual commercial transac tions, and defining the terms of such discount; prescribing that the lien and Revised Civil Statutes of the State of rights obtained by a Federal reserve bank upon the discount of such paper as to provide that such lien as to agriTexas relating to the landlord's lien so shall be a first and preference lien; pre-cultural products, when stored in public scribing certain rules and regulations with reference to State banks which are declared insolvent and a receiver or other liquidating agency appointed; pre scribing a limitation on loans which may be made to any individual, corporation, company or firm by a banking corporation chartered under the laws of this State; prescribing certain duties and conferring certain rights upon the Commissioner of Insurance and Banking with reference to banking corporations chartered under the laws of this State; prescribing the amount of indebtedness which may be created by a banking corporation chartered under the

or bonded warehouses regulated and controlled by the laws of the State of Texas remain in such warehouses, and declarshall continue so long as such products ing an emergency,"

Have had the same under consideration, and beg leave to report the same back to the Senate with the recommendation that it do pass, and be not printed, with amendment that the words, "and thirty days thereafter," be stricken out wherever they occur in the bill.

Morrow, Chairman; Carter, Lattimore, Brelsford, Wiley, Greer, Hudspeth, Watson.

Committee Room,

Austin, Texas, September 22, 1914. Hon. Robt. L. Warren, President Pro Tem. of the Senate.

Sir: Your Committee on Enrolled Bills have carefully compared Senate bill No. 12, and find it correctly enrolled, and have this day, at 10:30 o'clock a.

m., presented same to the Governor for his approval.

GIBSON, Chairman.

[Note. Since the Free Conference Committee report on S. B. No. 12 was the full bill, and appears in yesterday's Journal, the full bill, as provided for in the joint rules, does not appear here.]

SENATE AND HOUSE BILLS AND CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS--HISTORY OF IN

SENATE.

SENATE BILLS, HISTORY OF IN read third time and passed, 189, 190, THE SENATE (In Numerical Order). 191.—Reported engrossed, 204.

6. By Senator Astin:

(Note.-First number following subTo establish ject matter indicates page where intro-a cotton warehouse system, 56.-Reportduced, read first time and referred to ed favorably, to be printed in the Jourcommittee.) nal, 88.-Motion to take up lost, 121.— Read second time, amended, pending, 121. 1. By Senator Wiley: Relating to-Motion made to recommit, 124. public cotton warehouses, 4.-Ordered printed in Journal, 24.-Bill in full, 25. -Reported, favorable majority, with amendment and adverse minority, 57.Read second time, amended, pending, 60, 61, 62.-Taken up, pending, 82, 83, 87, 93.-Ordered engrossed, 94.--Refused to take up on third reading, 97.-Reported engrossed, 109.-Read third time and passed, 120.

2. By Senator Willacy: Making appropriation for mileage and per diem Second Called Session, Thirty-third Legislature, 4.-Reported favorably and be not printed, 11.

7. By Senator Lattimore: To authorize the appointment of State weighers and graders of cotton in public warehouses; emergency measure, 59.-Ordered printed in Journal, 67.-Reported favorably, 75.-Made special order for September 23, 121.-Motion to make bill reconsidered and date special order changed to September 22.

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9. By Senator Darwin: Amending present statute relative to warehouses, 3. By Senator Willacy: Making ap- 60.-Ordered printed in Journal, 64.— propriation for contingent expenses for Reported favorably, 75.—Read Second Called Session Thirty-third Leg-time, amended, pending, 94.-Taken up, islature, 4.-Reported favorably, be not amended, ordered engrossed, 98-106.printed, 10.-Constitutional rule sus- Vote by which bill ordered engrossed pended; Senate rule suspended; commit- reconsidered, pending amendment tabled, tee report adopted; read second time and ordered engrossed; constitutional rule suspended; read third time and passed, 7.-Reported engrossed, 11.-Received from House with amendments, 9. -House amendments concurred in, 9.Signed, 10.-Reported enrolled, 40.

4. By Senator Collins et al.: Providing for emergency cotton warehouse measure, 38.-Ordered printed in Journal, 40.—In full, 49.-Reported, favorable majority, with amendments and adverse minority 62, 63.-Referred back to the calendar, 120.

read second time, ordered engrossed, constitutional rule suspended, read third time and passed, 120.-See statement by Chair relating to, 125.-Reported engrossed, 127.-Received from House with substitute for bill, 241.-Referred to committee, 241.

10. By Senator Carter: To prohibit the operation of a corporation for the purpose of owning, controlling or operating a cotton seed oil mill in connection with a public gin, known as the cotton oil mill divorcement bill, 92.-Ordered printed, 95.-Read second time, amended, pending, 129, 130, 139. Taken up, Reported engrossed, 162.-Read third time, engrossment vote reconsidered; amended, ordered engrossed, 155, 156, 157, 158.-Reported engrossed, 172.— Read third time and passed, 167.-Received from House with amendments, 220.-Senate refuses to concur in House

5. By Senator Wiley: Providing amended, ordered engrossed, 152. 153.Department of Co-operative Cotton Marketing, 38.-Ordered printed in Journal, 40.—In full, 41.—Reported favorably, be not printed, 58.-Ordered printed, 91.Read second time, amended, pending, 125, 126.-Taken up, amended; ordered en grossed; constitutional rule suspended;

CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS, HISTORY OF IN SENATE (In Numerical Order).

amendments and requests Free Confer- SENATE
ence Committee, 226.-House reports
granting request and appoints commit-
tee, 226.-House reports change in com-
mittee, 228.-Report of committee on
part of Senate, 242.-Committee dis-
charged, 242.

(Note.-First number following subject matter indicates page where introduced, read first time and referred to committee, if referred.)

11. By Senator Clark: To prohibit 1. By Senator Bailey of DeWitt: any person owning stock in a cotton oil Proposing to invite Hons. W. D. Lewis, mill from owning any character of in- H. N. Pope, E. R. Kone and Peter Radterest in a public gin, 138.-Reported ford to address joint session of the Legfavorably, 149.-Read second time, islature relative to harvesting, storing amended, pending, 170.-Taken up and and marketing cotton, 22.-Read, substipostponed, 189.-Taken up, amended, tute adopted in lieu of original and pending, 192.-Taken up, amended, and further consideration of same postponed until September 22, 197, 198, 199, 200. -Taken up, 257.

adopted, 22, 23, 24.

2. By Senator Hudspeth: Requesting Governor to submit for consideration by the Legislature subject of mak12. By Senator Bailey of DeWitt et ing appropriation for money to have the al.: Amending the State banking law Capitol building renovated and cleaned, so as to permit State banks to become 59.-Read and adopted, 59.-Received members of and participate in the Fed- from House with amendments, 83.eral emergency currency law, 138.-Re- House amendments concurred in, 83.ported favorably, 149.-Read second Signed, 86.-Reported enrolled, 97. time, amended, pending, 159.-Taken up,

amended, 164, 165, 167.-Ordered en- 3. By Senator Westbrook: Requestgrossed; constitutional rule suspended; ing the Governor to submit subject, for read third time and passed, 167.-Re- legislation, to suspend payment of debts ported engrossed, 197.-Received from for 120 days, 85.-Substitute offered for House with amendments, 204.-Senate and both substitute and resolution refuses to concur in House amendments tabled, 85. and requests Free Conference Committee, 215.-House reports appointment of Free Conference Committee, 220.-Report of committee, 229.-Renort adopted by Senate, 234.-House reports adoption of report, 241.-Signed, 259.-Reported engrossed, 261.

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13. By Senators Hudspeth and McNealus: To provide for the amending of the Penal Code of the State relating to forged instruments, 155.

4. By Senators Wiley and Darwin: Endorsing the buy-a-bale movement in Texas suggesting that members of the Legislature buy a bale of cotton and giving general encouragement to the movement, 110.-Read, amended and adopted, 111.-Received from House, 124.

5. By Senator Gibson: Providing for sine die adjournment Wednesday, September 17, 12 o'clock m., 123.-Read and lost, 123.

6.

14. By Senator Hudspeth et al.: Providing for the establishment of "The for sine die adjournment Saturday, SepBy Senator Johnson: Providing Bank of Texas," 193.-Reported favorably, 202.-Read second time, amend- tember 19, at 12 o'clock noon, 183.Laid on table subject to call, 183. ment offered and consideration of same postponed, 228.-Taken up, amended, pending, 240.

7. By Senator Wiley et al.: Arranging procedure for the remainder of this session of the Legislature, 183.-Read and adopted, 183.—Amended eliminating House of Representatives concurring, 183.-As simple resolution, vote by which it was adopted reconsidered, and resolution tabled, 188.

15. By Senator Conner et al.: Amending Revised Statutes relating to landlord's lien on agricultural products stored in bonded warehouses, 202.-Reported favorably, be not printed, 220.Read second time, amended, pending, 223.-Taken up, ordered engrossed, con- 8. By Senator Johnson: Fixing Tuesstitutional rule suspended; read third day, September 22, 12 o'clock noon, for time and passed, 225.-Reported en- sine die adjournment.-Read, amended grossed, 241. and adopted, 221.-Received from House

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