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May 1–From Committee on Finance and Taxation with the recom-
mendation to do pass.
May 2—Read second and third time. Urgency clause adopted. Passed.
May Delivered to Secretary of Guam.
May 11-Signed by the Governor. Public Law No. 13.

35—Won Pat, A. B. June 11, 1951. To Committee on Rules.

An Act establishing July 21st as a legal holiday and designating this day as Liberation Day. June 11–Read first time. To printer. From printer. To Committee. July 9–From Committee on Rules with the recommendation to do pass. Read second and third time. Passed. July 11-Delivered to Secretary of Guam.

July 13—Signed by the Governor. Public Law No. 15. 36^Calvo, E. T. July 12, 1951. To Committee on Judiciary and to be re

referred to Committee on Finance and Taxation. An Act to establish the Auditing Commission of the government of Guam and to make provision for the operation thereof.

Failed of passageRule XXI, Section 4. 37—Quinene, Jesus R. July 12, 1951. To Committee on Education and

Labor and to be re-referred to Committee on Judiciary and to Committee on Finance and Taxation. An Act establishing a fund to provide retirement annuities and other benefits for the employees of the government of Guam who become aged or otherwise incapacitated, and widows' annuities and other benefits to the dependents of such employees and establishing a system to administer such fund and for other purposes. An Urgency Measure. July 12–Read first time. To printer. From printer. To Committee. August 6—From Committee on Education and Labor and Committee on Judiciary to Committee on Finance and Taxation. August 13–From Committee on Finance and Taxation with the recommendation to amend and do pass as amended. Read second time. August 14—Read third time. Urgency clause adopted. Passed. August 23—Delivered to Secretary of Guam. August 29—Signed by the Governor. Public Law No. 26.

38Leon Guerrero, J. D. July 12, 1951. To Committee on Judiciary.

An Act to amend the Alcoholic Beverage Control Act.
July 12—Read first time. To printer. From printer. To Committee.
August 14—From Committee on Judiciary with the recommendation
to amend and do pass as amended. Read second time.
August 15—Read third time. Passed.
August 24—Delivered to Secretary of Guam.
August 30—Signed by the Governor. Public Law No. 35.

39—Quitagua, Ignecio P. (Codification Measure). July 17, 1951. To Com

mittee on Judiciary. An Act to add Part II of Chapter 47 of the Civil Regulations with the Force and Effect of Law in Guam relating to the effective date of

laws enacted by the Guam Legislature.
An Urgency Measure.
July 17—Read first time. To printer. From printer. To Committee.
July 31–From Committee on Judiciary with the recommendation to

do pass.

August 1—Read second time.
August 2–Read third time. Urgency clause adopted. Passed.
August 6-Delivered to Secretary of Guam.

August 11-Signed by Governor. Public Law No. 22. 40—Leon Guerrero, P. B. (Codification Measure). To Committee on Ju

diciary.
An Act to add Chapter 47 to the Civil Regulations with the Force and
Effect of Law in Guam, relating to appointments to office.
An Urgency Measure.
July 17—Read first time. To printer. From printer. To Committee.
July 31–From Committee on Judiciary with the recommendation to
do pass.
August 14Read second time.
August 2—Read third time. Urgency clause adopted. Passed.
August 6-Delivered to Secretary of Guam.

August 9—Signed by the Governor. Public Law No. 20. 41—Calvo, E. T. July 17, 1951. To Committee on Governmental Affairs.

An Act to add Chapter 46 to the Civil Regulations with the Force and Effect of Law in Guam, and to repeal the Proclamation of the Governor of Guam dated December 4, 1947, and to repeal Executive Order No. 1-51, relating to medical care and hospital management. July 17—Read first time. To printer. From printer. To Committee. January 24–From Committee on Governmental Affairs with the recommendation to amend and to do pass as amended. January 25—Read second time. January 28—Read third time. Passed. January 30_Delivered to Secretary of Guam.

February 11-Signed by the Governor. Public Law No. 40.
42—Leon Guerrero, F. B. July 17, 1951. To Committee on Judiciary.

An Act to amend Section 628 of the Penal Code, relating to the protec-
tion of deer.
July 17—Read first time. To printer. From printer. To Committee.
Failed of passage-Rules XXI, Section 4.

43—Santos, Joaquin S. July 17, 1951. To Committee on Judiciary.

An Act to repeal Subdivision (B) of Section 1, Chapter 18 of the Civil
Regulations with the Force and Effect of Law in Guam as enacted by
Guam Congress Bill No. 19, and to add a new Subdivision (B) to Sec-
tion 1 of said Chapter 18, relating to the Board of Education.
Failed of passage-Rule XXI, Section 4.

44—Lujan, Manuel U. July 18, 1951. To Committee on Judiciary.

An Act to revise and amend Part I of the Code of Civil Procedure so as to provide for and regulate the compensation, jurisdiction and powers of the courts of justice of the territory of Guam and their officers and employees, to amend existing law so as to conform thereto and to repeal inconsistent legislation. An Urgency Measure. July 18—Read first time. To printer. From printer. To Committee. July 25—From Committee on Judiciary with the recommendation to amend and do pass as amended. July 26—Read second time. July 30—Read third time. Urgency clause adopted. Passed. August 3–Delivered to Secretary of Guam.

August 9—Signed by the Governor. Public Law No. 17. 45—Perez, Joaquin C. July 18, 1951. To Committee on Judiciary.

An Act to repeal Section 60 of the Civil Code, which makes illegal and void marriages between white citizens of the United States and Negroes, Mongolians and Mulattoes. July 18—Read first time. To printer. From printer. To Committee. July 31–From Committee on Judiciary with the recommendation to

do pass.

August 1—Read second time.
August 2–Read third time. Passed.
August 6—Delivered to Secretary of Guam.
August 9—Signed by the Governor. Public Law No. 19.

46—Perez, Frank D. July 19, 1951. To Committee on Governmental Af

fairs and to be re-referred to Committee on Finance and Taxation. An Act authorizing the establishment and construction of certain public works, buildings, facilities and projects and making appropriations for such purposes and projects during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1952; and other purposes. An Urgency Measure. July 19—Read first time. To printer. From printer. To Committee. July 31–From Committee on Governmental Affairs to Committee on Finance and Taxation. August 14–From Committee on Finance and Taxation with the recommendation to amend and do pass as amended. Read second time. August 15—Read third time. Urgency clause adopted. Passed. August 24_Delivered to Secretary of Guam.

August 28—Signed by the Governor. Public Law No. 29. 47–Okiyama, Jesus C. July 26, 1951. To Committee on Agriculture and

Natural Resources. An Act to add Section 337.5 of the Penal Code, relating to poisoned chicken feed.

Failed of passage—Rule XXI, Section 4. 48_Okiyama, Jesus C. July 28, 1951. To Committee on Agriculture and

Natural Resources. An Act to add Section 10 to Chapter 38 of the Civil Regulations with the Force and Effect of Law in Guam, relating to African snails and making an appropriation. Failed of passage—Rule XXI, Section 4.

49_-Leon Guerrero, J. D. July 31, 1951. To Committee on Housing and

Transportation. An Act for the construction of two lane asphalt highways, and making an appropriation.

Failed of passage-Rule XXI, Section 4.
50—Okiyama, Jesus C. July 31, 1951. To Committee on Judiciary.

An Act to add Section 337.6 to the Penal Code, relating to cockfighting,
and declaring the urgency thereof.
An Urgency Measure.
July 31–Read first time. To printer. From printer. To Committee.
August 13—From Committee on Judiciary to substitute. Read second
time.
August 14—Read third time. Urgency clause adopted. Passed.
August 23—Delivered to Secretary of Guam.

August 27—Signed by the Governor. Public Law No. 25. 51–Calvo, E. T. and Duenas, Antonio S. N. August 3, 1951. To Committee

on Judiciary. An Act to repeal portions of Chapter 45 (created by Guam Congress Bill No. 6) of the Civil Regulations with the Force and Effect of Law in Guam and to add Chapter 49 to the Civil Regulations with the Force and Effect of Law in Guam, relating to nursing and the licensure of nurses.

Failed of passage-Rule XXI, Section 4. 52_Cruz, Antonio C. August 8, 1951. To Committee on Finance and Tax

ation. An Act to amend Section 11 of Public Law 4 as enacted by the Eleventh Guam Congress relating to compensation of officers and employ. ees of the government of Guam. August 8Read first time. To printer. From printer. To Committee. August 10—From Committee on Finance and Taxation with the recommendation to do pass. August 13—Read second time. August 14—Read third time. Passed. August 23—Delivered to Secretary of Guam.

August 24-Signed by the Governor. Public Law No. 24. 53—Okiyama, Jesus C. August 9, 1951. To Committee on Finance and Tax.

ation. An Act to amend Public Law 14, First Guam Legislature, approved May 10, 1951, by broadening the purposes for which guaranteed loans may be made; broadening the definition of lending institutions authorized to make loans; authorizing direct loans in certain instances for approved projects; increasing the amount of the Guarantee Fund; changing the name of the Guam Farm Finance Administration; and authorizing the Board to participate in research and other studies affecting the economic development of Guam. An Urgency Measure. August 9—Read first time. To printer. From printer. To Committee. August 13–From Committee on Finance and Taxation with the rec

ommendation to do pass. Read second time.
August 14Read third time. Urgency clause adopted. Passed.
August 23—Delivered to Secretary of Guam.

August 29—Signed by the Governor. Public Law No. 31. 54—Guerrero, Manuel F. L. August 10, 1951. To Committee on Govern

mental Affairs. An Act creating the Public Utility Agency of Guam to take cognizance of and coordinate all utility services furnished by the government of Guam and establishing a revolving fund for the self-support thereof. An Urgency Measure. August 10—Read first time. To printer. From printer. To Committee. May 12–From Committee on Governmental Affairs with the recommendation to substitute and to do pass substitute bill. May 14—Read second time. May 15— Read third time. Urgency clause adopted. Passed. May 19/Delivered to Secretary of Guam.

June 6—Signed by the Acting Governor. Public Law No. 56. 55—Guerrero, Manuel F. August 10, 1951. To Committee on Agriculture

and Natural Resources. An Act to create a Department of Land Management, to provide for public Planning, to regulate the use and disposition of public lands, to add Section 1208 to the Civil Code to amend Sections 1157-1 and 1170 of the Civil Code, relating to public lands and land management. An Urgency Measure. August 10—Read first time. To printer. From printer. To Committee. August 15—From Committee on Agriculture and Natural Resources with the recommendation to do pass. Read second time. August 16—Read third time. Urgency clause adopted. Passed. August 24-Delivered to Secretary of Guam.

August 29—Signed by the Governor. Public Law No. 33. 56—Leon Guerrero, J. D. August 10, 1951. To Committee on Government

al Affairs. An Act to repeal Chapter 26 of the Civil Regulations with the Force and Effect of Law in Guam, and to add new Chapter 26; to establish a shipping commission exercising the jurisdiction over the inspection and operation of vessels; examination and licensing of marine personnel; and supervision of the harbors and waters under the jurisdiction of the territory of Guam. An Urgency Measure. August 10—Read first time. To printer. From printer. To Committee. August 16–From Committee on Governmental Affairs with the recommendation to do pass. Read second time. August 17—Read third time. Urgency clause adopted. Passed. August 24-Delivered to Secretary of Guam.

August 29—Signed by the Governor. Public Law No. 30. 57—Guerrero, Manuel F. L. August 10, 1951. To Committee on Finance

and Taxation. An Act making supplemental appropriations for the operation of the

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