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FEES ALLOWED IN Cases of Contest. 76. Whenever, in the Assembly, a contest is made for the seat of any Assemblyman, no more than two hundred dollars shall be allowed as counsel fees to either side.

ASSIGNMENT OF ATTACHÉS. 77. The Committee on Attachés and Employés shall assign the committee clerks and the official stenographers of the House to the various committees; provided, that the Speaker, the Committee on Judiciary and the Committee on Ways and Means shall each be entitled to one clerk and one stenographer, to be selected by the Speaker and chairman of those committees, respectively; and provided further, that the Committee on Attachés and Employés, on recommendation of the Chief Clerk, shall have authority to re-assign any clerk or attachés under him to special duties or other committees when the necessity arises.

All assignments of committee clerks and stenographers made by the Committee Attachés and Employés under this rule shall be reported to the House and entered in the Journal.

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INTRODUCTION OF BILLS AFTER FORTIETH DAY.

78. On or prior to the fortieth day of the session the Speaker shall appoint a standing Committee on Introduction of Bills, to consist of three members.

All motions for leave to introduce bills after the fortieth day shall be sent to the desk in writing, under the order of “Introduction of Bills,” and at no other time. The motion shall give the title of the bill, and shall be accompanied by the bill. The bill shall thereupon be referred to the Committee on Introduction of Bills.

That committee shall examine bills referred to it with particular reference to the question as to whether there is already any bill in either house of the same character which might be amended to effect the result sought, ana generally as to the advisability of introducing the measure.

The committee shall report upon each bill so referred to it on the same legislative day. The report shall be made at the conclusion of che consideration of the Senate Special File.

The committee may, in its discretion, incorDorate more than one bill in the resolution to grant leave to introduce, incorporating in the resolution the title of each bill in full, and the roll shall be called upon the adoption of the resolution without debate and no resolution to introduce any such bill shall be adopted without the consent of three fourths of the members of the Assembly.

If a division of the question is demanded upon the introduction of any particular bill, the division shall be allowed, and the roll -called separately upon the bill.

FORM FOR PRINTED AMENDED BILLS. 79. All bills amended, either in committee or on the floor of the House, shall be immediately reprinted; the new matter added by any amendments to be printed in italics and any matter proposed to be omitted by such amendments to be included in brackets.

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ASSEMBLY VISITING PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS.

80. No leave of absence shall be granted any committee, special or standing, to visit any public institutions of the State or for any other purpose.

Whenever any committee shall report to the Assembly that it is desirable that such committee receive information concerning any public institution, the Assembly may, by a two-thirds vote of all its members, grant a leave of absence to not more than three members of such committee, to be designated by the Chairman thereof. Application for a leave of absence of such members of a committee shall be made to the Assembly in writing by the chairman thereof, and such application shall give the name of the institution or institutions to be visited and briefly recite the occasion and necessity for visiting the same, together with the names of the committeemen designated for that purpose and the name

the stenographer to accompany said committeemen, if one be necessary. Such application shall immediately, and without debate, be referred to the Committee on Rules and Regulations, with instructions to report upon the same on the next legislative day. Said members and their stenographer, if any, shall be allowed their actual expenses.

Duties of Chief CLERK. 81. It shall be the duty of the Chief Clerk to have charge and supervision of all the clerical business of the Assembly. He shall perform the duties imposed on him by law and the rules of the Assembly. He shall have the supervision of all the clerks and assistants at the desk, of the journal clerk and his assistants, of all bill clerks, bill filers, stenographers, and of all committee attachés except the attachés to the Speaker and to the Committees on Judiciary and Ways and Means, and shall be responsible for the performance of and regular attendance upon their duties, and shall have power to suspend any such clerk, or attaché under him for dereliction of duty, and shall report to the Speaker such suspension and the causes thereof. Said clerk or attaché shall not receive any pay during the time of such suspension. The Speaker shall have the power to relieve the attaché or clerk of his suspension, and shall have the power to remove any clerk or attaché for incompetency or for willful neglect of duty.

LOBBYING. 82. No person engaged in presenting to the Assembly or its committees any business, or claim, or legislation, shall be permitted to engage in such business during the sessions of

Assembly, or be permitted on the floor of the Assembly at any time while the Assembly

in session, and any person transgressing this
e shall be removed from the floor of the
sembly and be debarred from the privilege
the floor during the remainder of the entire
sion. The Speaker is charged with the
orcement of this rule.
This rule can not be suspended except by
two-thirds vote of the entire Assembly.

SENATE
Senatoris est Civitatis Liberatem Tueri.
President, Lieut.-Governor, ALBERT J. WALLACE.

Secretary, WALTER N. PARRISH,

Assistant Clerks:
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21 Stetson 2 Estudillo

22 Roseberry 3 Shanahan

23 Cartu right 4 Cutten

24 Bell 5 Black

25 Sanford 6 Wright

26 Finn 7 Walker

27 Hans 8 Gates

28 Avey 9 Holohan

29 Strobridge 10 Caminetti

30 Hewitt 11 Boynton

31 Curtin 12 Hurd

32 Larkins 13 Burnett

33 Martinelli 14 Birdsall

34 Regan 15 Thompson

35 Rush 16 Lewis

36 Bryant 17 Bills

37 Tyrrell 18 Welch

38 Cassidy 19 Campbell

39 Juilliard 20 Hare

40 Beban SECRETARY—1A Walter N. Parrish.

ASSISTANT SECRETARIES—2A W. H. Wright, 3A Frank Mattison, 4A H. P. Travers, 5A Fred R. Estees, 6A

S. D.--Secretary's desk.
MINUTE CLERK-1B R. H. Jackson.

Assistant MINUTE CLERKS—2B Frank J. Fitzpatrick, 3B George M. Taylor, 4B Theodore Lafayette.

HISTORY Clerks-5B A. J. Turner, 6B J. F. R. Arellanes.

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NEWSPAPER REPRESENTATIVES--IN Oakland **-ibune, 2N Oakland Enquirer, 3N Los An

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