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government of Guam for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1952 and for other purposes. An Urgency Measure. August 10—Read first time. To printer. From printer. To Committee. August 15_From Committee on Finance and Taxation with the recommendation to amend and do pass as amended. 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. 27. 58_Guerrero, Manuel F. L., by request. August 13, 1951. To Committee

on Finance and Taxation. An Act providing for the levy, assessment, equalization and collection of a real property tax on land situated in the territory of Guam. An Urgency Measure. August 13—Read first time. To printer. From printer. To Committee. August 16—From Committee on Finance and Taxation with the recommendation to amend and do pass as amended. 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. 32. 59—Santos, Joaquin S. August 15, 1951. To Committee on Governmental

Affairs. An Act to repeal Chapter 48 of the Civil Regulations with the Force and Effect of Law in Guam as enacted by Guam Congress Bill No. 10; to amend Section 337 of the Penal Code of Guam and to add a new Chapter 48 of the Civil Regulations with the Force and Effect of Law in Guam, relating to cockfighting and declaring the urgency thereof. An Urgency Measure. August 15—Read first time. To printer. From printer. To Committee. August 17–From Committee on Governmental Affairs with the recommendation to do pass. Read second time, read third time. Urgency clause adopted. Passed. August 24—Delivered to Secretary of Guam.

August 29—Signed by the Governor. Public Law No. 34. 60_Okiyama, Jesus C. August 17, 1951. To Committee on Education and

Labor.
An Act to add Chapter IV to Title VI of Part IV, Division Third of
the Code of Civil Procedure, relating to a system of workmen's com-
pensation laws.
Failed of passage-Rule XXI, Section 4.

61—Duenas, Antonio S. N. January 14, 1952. To Committee on Govern

mental Affairs.
An Act for the regulation of contractors.
Failed of passage-Rule XXI, Section 4.

62—Committee on Rules. January 14, 1952. To Committee on Rules.

An Act making an appropriation for the contingent expenses of the
Guam Legislature, including expenses of committees, to take effect

immediately. An Urgency Measure. January 14—Read first time. Read second and third time. Urgency clause adopted. Passed. January 22—To the Secretary of Guam. February 1-Signed by the Governor. Public Law No. 37.

63—Okiyama, Jesus C. January 14, 1952. To Committee on Judiciary.

An Act amending Subsection (b) of Section 125 of the Vehicle Code relating to qualifications for a taxicab driver's license. Failed of passage.—Rule XXI, Section 4.

64—Cruz, Antonio C. January 14, 1952. To Committee on Judiciary.

An Act to amend Section 15 of Public Law 34 (First Guam Legislature) relating to the hours of operation of cockpits. An Urgency Measure. January 14—Read first time. To printer. From printer. To Committee. January 21–From Committee on Judiciary with the recommendation to amend and do pass as amended. Read second and third time. Urgency clause adopted. Passed. January 22—To the Secretary of Guam. January 26—Signed by the Governor. Public Law No. 36.

65—Flores, Leon D. January 21, 1952. To Committee on Judiciary.

An Act to add Section 335(a) to the Penal Code, relating to the seizure and destruction of gambling devices and the disposition of seized money. Failed of passage — Rule XXI, Section 4.

66—Duenas, Antonio S. N. January 21, 1952. To Committee on Judiciary.

An Act to amend Section 285 of the Civil Code of Guam, relating to the formation of corporations. Failed of passage-Rule XXI, Section 4.

67—Duenas, Antonio S. N. January 21, 1952. To Committee on Housing

and Transportation. An Act to amend Sections 73, 75, 79 and 99 of the Vehicle Code of Guam (Executive Order 9-49), relating to the payment of fees for the registration of motor vehicles. Failed of passage by lack of necessary vote.

68–Duenas, Antonio S. N. January 21, 1952. To Committee on Rules.

An Act to adopt a territorial hymn for Guam.
An Urgency Measure.
January 21—Read first time. To printer. From printer. To Committee.
April 15–From Committee on Rules with the recommendation to do
pass.
April 16—Read second time.
April 17—Read third time. Urgency clause adopted. Passed.
April 18—To the Secretary of Guam.
May 2—Signed by the Governor. Public Law No. 47.

69 Cruz, Antonio S. N. January 21, 1952. To Committee on Housing and

Transportation.
An Act to amend Public Law 28, First Guam Legislature, First Reg.
ular Session.
An Urgency Measure.
January 21—Read first time. To printer. From printer. To Committee.
January 25—From Committee on Housing and Transportation with
the recommendation to do pass.
January 28—Read second time.
January 29—Read third time. Urgency clause adopted. Placed in the
third reading files.
January 31-Passed.
February 4To the Secretary of Guam.

February 13—Signed by the Governor. Public Law No. 14. 70—Santos, Joaquin S. January 21, 1952. To Committee on Governmental

Affairs.
An Act to amend Public Law No. 3, First Guam Legislature, First
Special Session, by adding thereto a provision imposing a time limit-
ation upon the filing of claims against the Commercial Port.
January 21—Read first time. To printer. From printer. To Committee.
April 2–From Committee on Governmental Affairs with the recom-
mendation to do pass.
April 3—Read second time.
April 4-Read third time. Passed.
April 15—To the Secretary of Guam.

April 22—Signed by the Governor. Public Law No. 44. 71–Santos, Joaquin S. January 21, 1952. To Committee on Education and

Labor.
An Act to amend the Guam Civil Defense Act of 1951.
An Urgency Measure.
January 21-Read first time. To printer. From printer. To Committee.
February 1–From Committee on Education and Labor with the rec-
ommendation to do pass.
February 4Read second and third time. Urgency clause adopted.
Passed.
February 5—To the Secretary of Guam.

February 15—Signed by the Governor. Public Law No. 42. 72—Leon Guerrero, P. B. January 22, 1952. To Committee on Government

al Affairs.
An Act to amend Public Law 1, First Guam Legislature, First Special
Session.
An Urgency Measure.
January 22—Read first time. To printer. From printer. To Committee.
January 24—From Committee on Governmental Affairs with the rec-
ommendation to do pass.
January 25—Read second time.
January 28—Read third time. Urgency clause adopted. Passed.
January 30—To the Secretary of Guam.
February 26—Signed by the Governor. Public Law No. 43.

73–Santos, Joaquin S. January 22, 1952. To Committee on Judiciary.

An Act relating to acknowledgments of written instruments, to make uniform the law with relation thereto and to repeal existing law.

Failed of passage. 74—Leon Guerrero, P. B. January 23, 1952. To Committee on Finance and

Taxation.
An Act amending Section 3 and adding Section 3a to Article II of Pub-
lic Law No. 32, First Guam Legislature, relating to real estate taxes.
An Urgency Measure.
January 23—Read first time. To printer. From printer. To Committee.
April 2–From Committee on Finance and Taxation with the recom-
mendation to amend and do pass as amended.
April 3–Read second time.
April 4Read third time. Urgency clause adopted. Passed.
April 15—To the Secretary of Guam.
April 25—Vetoed by the Governor.
June 16—Recommitted to Committee on Finance and Taxation.
July 3–From Committee on Finance and Taxation with the recom-
mendation to do pass.
July 7—Read second time.
July 8Read third time. Passed.
July 17—To the Secretary of Guam.

July 29—Signed by Acting Governor. Public Law No. 79.
75—Cruz, Antonio C. January 25, 1952. To Committee on Judiciary.

An Act amending Sections 3150, 3602, 3608, 3702, 3714, and 3900, repealing Section 3652, and adding Sections 3211, 3212, 3702.1, 3900.1 and 4151.1 of the Alcoholic Beverage Control Act relating to the sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages. An Urgency Measure. January 25—Read first time. To printer. From printer. To Committee. April 25—From Committee on Judiciary with the recommendation to amend and do pass as amended. April 30—Read second time. May 12—Read third time. Urgency clause adopted. Passed May 15—To the Secretary of Guam.

June 9—Signed by the Acting Governor. Public Law No.57. 76—Santos, Joaquin S. January 28, 1952. To Committee on Education and

Labor. An Act to add Chapter 4 of Title IX to the Government Code of Guam relating to the creation of a Guam Militia and to repeal Chapter 33 of the Civil Regulations with the Force and Effect of Law in Guam and all amendments thereto including Proclamation 11-50 (December 11, 1950).

Failed of passage-Rules XXI, Section 4. 77Calvo, E. T.; Duenas, A. S. N.; Perez, Frank D. January 28, 1952. To

Committee on Finance and Taxation. An Act establishing an income tax law for the territory of Guam applicable to those individuals and corporations who are or may be exempt from the payment of income tax to the United States or to the territory of Guam under the laws of the United States including, but not limited to those individuals and corporations who are or may be exempt from the payment of income tax to the United States or to the territory of Guam by virtue of the provisions of Sections 251 or 252 of the Internal Revenue Code of the United States. Failed of passage-Rule XXI, Section 4.

78—Perez, Joaquin A. January 28, 1952. To Committee on Finance and

Taxation. An Act to repeal Congress Bill 3, Eighth Guam Congress (known as the General Tax) and all amendments thereto including Congress Bill 9, Eighth Guam Congress, and Public Law 28, Ninth Guam Congress and to enact Chapter 6 of Title XX of the Government Code of Guam relating to taxes on theaters and amusements and similar businesses. Failed of passage-Rule XXI, Section 4.

79—Committee on Rules (Codification Bill No. 1). January 28, 1952. To

Committee on Governmental Affairs.
An Act to adopt a Government Code of Guam and Titles thereof.
January 28—Read first time. To printer. From printer. To Committee.
April 17–From Committee on Governmental Affairs with the recom-
mendation to do pass. Read second and third time. Passed.
April 18To the Secretary of Guam.
May 2—Signed by the Governor. Public Law No. 45.

80—Committee on Rules (Codification Bill No. 2). January 28, 1952. To

Committee on Governmental Affairs.
An Act to enact Chapter I of Title I of the Government Code of Guam
relating to definitions and repealing all laws inconsistent herewith.
January 28—Read first time. To printer. From printer. To Committee.
See Resolution No. 86.

81—Committee on Rules (Codification Bill No. 3). January 28, 1952. To

Committee on Education and Labor.
An Act to enact Chapter 2 of Title I of the Government Code of Guam
relating to the flag, seal and name of said government and to repeal
Congress Bill 12, Eighth Guam Congress, Public Law 33, Tenth Guam
Congress, Executive Orders 10-49 and 12-49 and all other laws incon-
sistent herewith.
January 28—Read first time. To printer. From printer. To Committee.
See Resolution No. 86.

82—Committee on Rules (Codification Bill No. 4). January 28, 1952. To

Committee on Judiciary. An Act to enact Chapter 3 of Title I of the Government Code of Guam relative to the computation of time, holidays, calendar, money of accounts, and language and to repeal all laws inconsistent herewith. January 28—Read first time. To printer. From printer. To Committee. See Resolution No. 86.

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