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RESOLUTIONS AND MEMORIALS

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No.

Title

Page

1

Assembly Concurrent Resolution, proposing to amend joint standing rule No. 10. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 1–Committee on Rules.

871

2

Senate Concurrent Resolution. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 1–Senator McGuirk.

871

3

Assembly Concurrent Resolution, proposing to amend joint standing rule No. 1. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 3–Committee on Rules.

872

4

Assembly Concurrent Resolution, requesting the return of Assembly Bill No. 38. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 4–Messrs. Chapman and Frey.

872

5

Senate Concurrent Resolution, requesting the board of regents of the University of Nevada to be present at a joint meeting between the senate committee on education and state university and the assembly committee on education. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 3–Senator Lattin.

873

6

Senate Concurrent Resolution, directing the warden of the Nevada state prison to make a study and investigation as to the feasibility, cost, and benefits which may accrue to the State of Nevada through the installation of machinery in the Nevada state prison for the purpose of manufacturing shoes and clothing to be used by the inmates of said prison and the inmates of the Nevada school of industry and the Nevada hospital for mental diseases, and report his findings, conclusions, and recommendations to the next succeeding regular session of the Nevada state legislature. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 2–Committee on State Institutions.

873

7

Senate Concurrent Resolution, in memory of W. (Frank) Helmick. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 5–Senate Committee of the Whole.

874

8

Senate Joint Resolution, proposing the amendment of section 14 of article V of the constitution of the State of Nevada. Senate Joint Resolution No. 3–Committee on Judiciary.

875

9

Assembly Joint Resolution, proposing an amendment to section 3, article IX, of the constitution of the State of Nevada, and other matters relating thereto. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 10–Committee on Ways and Means.

875

10

Assembly Concurrent Resolution, requesting the return to the Assembly of Assembly Bill No. 158. Assembly Concurrent Resolution No. 5–Mr. Wines.

876

11

Senate Concurrent Resolution, requesting the return to the senate of senate bill No. 68 Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 6–Senator Johnson.

876

12

Assembly Joint Resolution, memorializing the Nevada state highway department, the Washoe County commissioners, and the Indian service to continue highways now being built into northern Washoe County. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 11–Mr. Crawford.  Approved March 18, 1947.

877

13

Senate Concurrent Resolution, providing for the compensation of certain persons for services rendered to the forty-third session of the Nevada legislature. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 7–Senator Johnson.

878

14

Senate Joint Resolution, proposing an amendment to section 11 of article 6 of the constitution of the State of Nevada. Senate Joint Resolution No. 6–Senator Robbins.

878

15

Assembly Joint Resolution, memorializing Congress to oppose the recommendation of the secretary of the interior that all federally owned mineral land be kept in permanent federal ownership. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 24–Committee on Mines and Mining.  Approved March 27, 1947.

879

16

Assembly Joint Resolution, memorializing Congress and the Nevada representatives in Congress to retain the name “Boulder Dam.” Assembly Joint Resolution No. 21–Clark County Delegation.  Approved March 27, 1947.

880

17

Assembly Joint Resolution, memorializing the representatives of the State of Nevada in the Congress of the United States to support certain legislation beneficial to veterans and others. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 15–Messrs. Beemer, Hazard, Frey, Gray, Swackhamer, Bisoni, and Taber.  Approved March 27, 1947.

880

18

Assembly Joint Resolution, proposing an amendment to section 5, article IV, of the constitution of the State of Nevada. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 17–Messrs. Smith, Higgins, Norstrom, and Swackhamer.  Approved March 27, 1947.

881

19

Assembly Joint Resolution, memorializing Congress to abolish the civilian production administration and to do away with all controls on building and construction materials, and on the construction of buildings. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 25–Messrs. Ryan and Carlson.  Approved March 27, 1947.

882

20

Assembly Joint Resolution, memorializing the Congress of the United States of America to change the name of U. S. 6 Roosevelt highway running from Provincetown, Massachusetts, to Long Beach, California, to U. S. 6 Veterans’ memorial highway. Assembly Joint Resolution No. 19–Messrs. Miller (White Pine) and Boak.  Approved March 31, 1947.

883

21

Senate Concurrent Resolution. Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 4–Senator Loomis.

884