THE MINI JOURNAL
Thomas W. Moss, Jr., Speaker
Bruce F. Jamerson, Clerk
Friday, February 13, 1998

Called to order at 12 m. by Thomas W. Moss, Jr., Speaker

Mace placed on Speaker's table by Sergeant at Arms

Prayer offered by The Reverend Canon Dwight L. Brown, Rector, Grace Episcopal Church and St. Mary's Episcopal Church, Berryville

Attendance roll call - Quorum present

Leave of Absence granted: Mr. Melvin

Journal for Thursday, February 12, 1998, approved by the Speaker

Senate Communication received:

Senate Bills passed: SB 417, 478, 483, 661

Senate Joint Resolutions agreed to: SJR 197, 214, 215, 216, 217, 218, 219, 221

House Joint Resolutions agreed to: HJR 343, 344, 348, 349, 354, 355, 356, 357, 360, 361

Bills and resolutions reported:

From Agriculture: HB 232S, 1153S, 1369S (referred)

From Appropriations: HB 36S, 87, 93A, 127A, 133, 134, 142A, 164A, 190S, 238A, 250, 298A, 299S, 300S, 347, 369S, 402A, 410S, 413A, 437S

From Chesapeake and Its Tributaries: HB 537, 807S, 993, 1207A, 1244A

From Counties, Cities and Towns: HB 113S, 306S, 510A, 568S, 641S, 648A, 783A, 808A, 845S, 875A, 1100A, 1404

From Courts of Justice: HB 275A, 286 (referred), 344S, 353 (referred), 376A (referred), 411A, 424A (referred), 482, 635, 651A, 694, 695A, 702A, 717S, 728, 761S, 777, 948 (referred), 963A, 964A, 1113, 1403S; HJR 151

From Education: HB 477A (referred), 647S, 914A, 968, 1047, 1182, 1183A, 1270 (referred), 1287A, 1288A, 1289S

From Finance: HB 515

From Rules: HB 1127A; HJR 140

From Science and Technology: HB 763A (referred), 1009S

Motion by Ms. Baskerville to adjourn in honor of Dr. Carter Godwin Woodson, the Father of Black History and a famous Virginian, agreed to

Motion by Mr. Baker to recess agreed to

House recessed at 1:00 p.m. until 1:20 p.m.

House reconvened at 1:20 p.m.

Motion by Mr. Cranwell to recess agreed to

House recessed at 1:46 p.m. until 2:30 p.m.

House reconvened at 2:30 p.m.

Mr. Diamonstein given consent to introduce a resolution (Y-93 N-1)

HJR 379 - (Election of Circuit Court Judges and a Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court Judge) offered by Mr. Almand and Mr. Baker and agreed to

Message from Senate: Senate has agreed to HJR 379

House ready to proceed with Joint Order

Message from Senate: Senate ready to proceed with Joint Order

HR 11 (Nominating persons to be elected to circuit court judgeships) offered by Mr. Almand and agreed to

Message from Senate: Nominations have been made for certain judicial offices

Election of Circuit Court Judges:

Second Judicial Circuit: H. Thomas Padrick, Jr.

Ninth Judicial Circuit: Thomas B. Hoover

Nineteenth Judicial Circuit: Kathleen H. MacKay

Twenty-fifth Judicial Circuit: Humes J. Franklin, Jr.

Twenty-sixth Judicial Circuit: John R. Prosser

Resolution presented, ordered printed and referred pursuant to House Rule 37: See February 14 Calendar

Resolutions presented and laid on Speaker's table pursuant to House Rule 39 (a): See February 14 Calendar

CALENDAR

HOUSE BILLS READ THIRD TIME AND PASSED

UNCONTESTED CALENDAR

Block Vote: (Y-99 N-0)

H.B. 173

H.B. 174

H.B. 453A

H.B. 467

H.B. 729A

H.B. 768

H.B. 785S

H.B. 826

H.B. 868A

H.B. 949

H.B. 953A

H.B. 995

H.B. 1038A

H.B. 1040

H.B. 1048

H.B. 1085A

H.B. 1128

H.B. 1168A

H.B. 1269

H.B. 1299

H.B. 1339

H.B. 1360

H.B. 1427

HOUSE BILLS READ THIRD TIME AND PASSED

REGULAR CALENDAR

H.B. 741A - (Y-55 N-43)

H.B. 313A - (Y-90 N-9)

H.B. 867A - (Y-98 N-1)

H.B. 79 - (Y-98 N-0)

H.B. 209 - (Y-99 N-0)

H.B. 534S - (Y-89 N-8)

H.B. 757SA - (Y-93 N-5)

H.B. 896 - (Y-98 N-1)

H.B. 1055A - (Y-99 N-0)

H.B. 1386 - (Y-51 N-48)

H.B. 928A - (Y-97 N-1)

H.B. 596S - (Y-95 N-4)

H.B. 857S - (Y-98 N-0)

H.B. 1108 - (Y-97 N-0)

HOUSE BILLS ON SECOND READING PASSED BY

UNCONTESTED CALENDAR

H.B. 1284S

H.B. 1426

H.B. 486A - Moved to Regular Calendar

H.B. 649 - Moved to Regular Calendar

H.B. 903A

H.B. 905A

H.B. 991S

H.B. 1220S

H.B. 1221A

H.B. 1222A

H.B. 1295A

H.B. 1380S

H.B. 28S

H.B. 81

H.B. 105

H.B. 131S

H.B. 157

H.B. 161

H.B. 198S

H.B. 240S

H.B. 278

H.B. 318

H.B. 323S

H.B. 408

H.B. 470S

H.B. 509S

H.B. 548A

H.B. 553S

H.B. 555

H.B. 590S

H.B. 629A

H.B. 630

H.B. 633A

H.B. 663

H.B. 727

H.B. 730S

H.B. 732S

H.B. 733

H.B. 817A

H.B. 827

H.B. 837S

H.B. 858A

H.B. 879S

H.B. 973S

H.B. 976A

H.B. 1091S

H.B. 1105S

H.B. 1121

H.B. 1124

H.B. 1126

H.B. 1132A

H.B. 1133

H.B. 1177S

H.B. 1202

H.B. 1203A

H.B. 1212A - Moved to Regular Calendar

H.B. 1216A

H.B. 1236

H.B. 1245S

H.B. 1246A

H.B. 1253

H.B. 1276A

H.B. 1312S

H.B. 1314A

H.B. 1335

H.B. 1342A

H.B. 1355A

H.B. 1356

H.B. 1357

H.B. 1364A

H.B. 1408

H.B. 1415

H.B. 1419A

H.B. 1425A

H.B. 1428S

HOUSE BILLS ON SECOND READING PASSED BY

REGULAR CALENDAR

H.B. 1026

H.B. 804A

H.B. 49S

H.B. 588S

H.B. 682S

H.B. 904A

H.B. 1016A

H.B. 1027A

H.B. 1118

H.B. 1149A

H.B. 1223A

H.B. 1381A

H.B. 1S

H.B. 21

H.B. 303S

H.B. 324A

H.B. 386S

H.B. 476A

H.B. 478

H.B. 551A

H.B. 719A

H.B. 731S

H.B. 756

H.B. 809A

H.B. 865S

H.B. 912

H.B. 984A

H.B. 1077S

H.B. 1111A

H.B. 1237S

H.B. 1240

H.B. 1423

H.B. 486A

H.B. 649

H.B. 1212A

RESOLUTION PASSED BY

UNCONTESTED CALENDAR

H.J.R. 186S

RESOLUTION PASSED BY

REGULAR CALENDAR

H.J.R. 237A

HOUSE BILLS READ FIRST TIME

UNCONTESTED CALENDAR

H.B. 855A

H.B. 877

H.B. 883

H.B. 1021S

H.B. 1030A

H.B. 1101S

H.B. 1102S

H.B. 1112A

H.B. 1232

H.B. 1234A

H.B. 1274S

H.B. 1281

H.B. 1353A

H.B. 1375S

H.B. 1376A

H.B. 1391S

H.B. 1399

HOUSE BILLS READ FIRST TIME

REGULAR CALENDAR

H.B. 603S

H.B. 738

H.B. 934S

H.B. 946A

H.B. 951

H.B. 1331S

H.B. 1388A

SENATE BILLS READ FIRST TIME AND REFERRED

S.B. 26

S.B. 139

S.B. 239

S.B. 258

S.B. 299

S.B. 310

S.B. 315

S.B. 336

S.B. 416

S.B. 419

S.B. 420

S.B. 435

S.B. 490

S.B. 498

S.B. 503

S.B. 514

S.B. 557

S.B. 579

S.B. 588

S.B. 624

S.B. 633

Motion by Mr. Cranwell to adjourn agreed to

House adjourned at 3:34 p.m. to meet Saturday, February 14 at 12 m.

KEY: A = AMENDMENT(S); S = SUBSTITUTE; SA = SUBSTITUTE WITH AMENDMENT(S)

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