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COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC SERVICE

Messrs. Knight, Ferris, Baumes, Whitley, Carson, Robinson, Thayer, Wiswall, Kavanaugh, Duggan, Lusk, Downing, McCue, Walker.

COMMITTEE ON INTERNAL AFFAIRS

Messrs. Lowman, Knight, Carson, Ferris, Robinson, Bloomfield, Thayer, Ames, Draper, Campbell, Lusk, McGarry, Straus, Walker.

COMMITTEE ON CODES

Messrs. Walton, Knight, Whitley, Baumes, Pitcher, Lowman, Simpson, Draper, Harris, Cotillo, Schackno, Walker.

COMMITTEE ON TAXATION AND RETRENCHMENT Messrs. Davenport, Mullan, Burlingame, Whitley, Towner, Burling, Kavanaugh, Tolbert, Katlin, Boylan, McCue.

COMMITTEE ON INSURANCE

Messrs. Towner, Gibbs, Karle, Fearcn, Ames, Wiswall, Duggan, Seidel, Downing, McCue, Twomey.

COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE

Messrs. Ferris, Towner, Carson, Knight, Burling, Ames, Bloomfield, Downing, Straus.

COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC EDUCATION

Messrs. Lockwood, Carson, Davenport, Pitcher, Swift, Draper, Reischmann, Lusk, Cotillo, Downing, Walker.

COMMITTEE ON CONSERVATION

Messrs. Thompson, Ferris, Tolbert, Smith, Draper, Harris, Martin, Farrell, Straus,

COMMITTEE ON BANKS

Messrs. Pitcher, Burling, Whitley, Swift, Katlin, Martin, Taylor, Cotillo, McCue.

COMMITTEE ON CIVIL SERVICE

Messrs. Robinson, Lockwood, Smith, Taylor, Harris, Reischmann, Seidel, McGarry, Farrell.

COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE AND NAVIGATION Messrs. Karle, Thompson, Whitley, Campbell, Kavanaugh, Katlin, Seidel, Twomey, McCue.

COMMITTEE ON CANALS

Messrs. Whitley, Gibbs, Pitcher, Ames, Wiswall, Duggan, McGarry, McCue.

COMMITTEE ON VILLAGES

Messrs. Carson, Thompson, Bloomfield, Thayer, Campbell, McGarry, Straus.

COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC HEALTH

Messrs. Gibbs, Lowman, Karle, Bloomfield, Taylor, Seidel, Twomey, Straus.

COMMITTEE ON MILITARY AFFAIRS

Messrs. Swift, Duell, Thayer, Meyer, Martin, Downing, Schackno.

COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND INDUSTRY

Messrs. Duell, Knight, Mullan, Burling, Baumes, Boylan, McGarry.

COMMITTEE ON PRIVILEGES AND ELECTIONS

Messrs. Meyer, Walton, Robinson, Wiswall, Kavanaugh, Cotillo, Schackno.

COMMITTEE ON PENAL INSTITUTIONS Messrs. Simpson, Towner, Harris, Farrell, McGarry.

COMMITTEE ON PRINTED AND ENGROSSED BILLS Messrs. Baumes, Davenport, Simpson, Schackno, Straus.

COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC PRINTING Messrs. Fearon, Taylor, Reischmann, Boylan, Farrell.

COMMITTEE ON REVISION

Messrs. Burling, Martin, Reischmann, Schackno, Cotillo.

COMMITTEE ON RULES

Messrs. Lusk, Hewitt, Walton, Mullan, Walker.

The Asembly sent for concurrence a resolution, in the words following:

Resolved (if the Senate concur), That when the Legislature adjourns this day it be to meet again on Monday, January 17th, at eight-thirty o'clock P. M.

The President put the question whether the Senate would agree to said resolution, and it was decided in the affirmative.

Ordered, That the Clerk return said resolution to the Assembly, with a message that the Senate has concurred in the passage of the

same.

Mr. Hewitt presented the report of the Joint Legislative Committee appointed pursuant to concurrent resolution adopted April 18, 1919, to investigate in reference to improvement of highways in each county with, with moneys from Federal gov ernment apportionments and State appropriations.

Ordered, That said report be laid upon the table and printed. (See Document,)

Mr. Knight presented report of Special Joint Committee on Recodification and revision of the Labor Laws.

Ordered, That said report be laid upon the table and printed. (See Document.).

Mr. Whitley offered a resolution, in the words following: Resolved (if the Assembly concur), That the time for the making of a report by the joint legislative committee created pursuant to a joint resolution adopted April twenty-fourth, nineteen hundred and twenty, to examine the Election Law and other statutes relating to crimes respecting the elective franchise.or corrupt practices thereof, be hereby extended to the first day of March, nineteen hundred and twenty-one; and be it further

Resolved, That such committee shall consist of the persons who constituted the committee on the thirty-first day of December, nineteen hundred and twenty, including the member who, when appointed, was a Member of Assembly and who has since been elected to the Senate, and that no vacancy be deemed to have occurred in such committee by reason of such election.

Ordered, That said resolution be referred to the committee on the judiciary.

Mr. Knight offered a resolution, in the words following:

Whereas, Heretofore and during the year nineteen hundred and eighteen, operation of boats, barges and other transportation facilities on the canal system of the State was assumed by the Federal government with the purpose of effecting the transportation of the greatest possible tonnage thereon in aid of the carrying on of the activities of government in time of war; and

Whereas, The conditions which created the necessity for operation on such system by the Federal government has ceased and such operation still continues; and

Whereas, The Canal Board of the State has adopted and submitted to the Legislature a resolution disapproving and opposing further continuance of such operation by the Federal governmert; and

Whereas, His Excellency, the Governor of the State, has this day transmitted to the Legislature a message in writing recommending action by the Legislature urging discontinuance of the use of the canal system of the State by the Federal government; and

Whereas, There is pending before the United States Congress a resolution introduced by Honorable James W. Wadsworth, Jr., United States Senator for the State of New York, to restrain the Federal authorities from the use of the boats, barges and equipment on the canal system,

Resolved (if the Assembly concur), That the Congress of the United States be respectfully requested to adopt the said resolution introduced by the Honorable James W. Wadsworth, Jr., and that the Federal authorities discontinue operation of barges, boats and other transportation facilities at the earliest possible moment. And that copies of this resolution be forthwith transmitted to the Senate and the House of Representatives of the United States. Ordered, That said resolution be referred to the committee on finance.

Mr. Hewitt offered a resolution, in the words following:

Resolved (if the Assembly concur), That the sum of two thousand five hundred dollars ($2,500), or so much thereof as may be necessary, in addition to any moneys heretofore made available, be appropriated from the contingent fund of the Legislature for the necessary expenses incurred, or to be incurred, prior to January 16, 1921, by the joint legislative highway committee appointed under the authority of the concurrent resolutions of the Senate and Assembly adopted April 18, 1919, and February 11, 1920, such money to be paid upon vouchers approved and audited according to law.

Ordered, That said resolution be referred to the committee on finance.

Mr. Downing offered a resolution, in the words following:

Whereas, This House has learned with profound regret of the death at his home in the city of New York, in the month of December, 1920, of the Hon. John Francis Ahearn, a member of the Senate from 1890 to 1902; and

Whereas, The carcer of John Francis Ahearn, who saw his first legislative service in the Assembly, afterward serving in the Senate, and as borough president of Manhattan, was marked by the creation of some of our most beneficial protective statutes, he having secured the passage of the first teachers' pension bill in this State, and having been the author of the "Mothers' bill," which effected great reform in the treatment of dependent children, from which source the Widows' Pension Law of 1915 emanated; and

Whereas, The entire life of John Francis Ahearn was devoted to the distribution of practical charity, especially to indigent women and children;

Resolved, That when the Senate adjourn to-night, it adjourn out of respect to the memory of the late John Francis Ahearn; and be it further

Resolved, That the Clerk of the Senate be, and he hereby is, instructed to cause to be prepared an engrossed copy of this resolution and forward same to the family of the deceased.

The President put the question whether the Senate would agree to said resolution, and it was decided in the affirmative by a rising

rote.

The Senate bill (No. 16, Int. No. 16) cntitled "An act to amend chapter two hundred and thirty-eight of the Laws of nineteen hun

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