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Joint Resolution, proceed openly, by a viva voce vote of each member present, to name a person for Senator from the State of Ohio, for the term of six years, commencing on the 4th day of March, A.D. 1881.

Mr. Beer demanded a call of the Senate.

Mr. Richards asked and obtained indefinite leave of absence for Mr. Saltzgaber.

A call of the Senate was had, and the following Senators answered to their names :

Messrs. Beebe, Beer, Carlisle, Carran, Cline, Creamer, Eggleston, En. trekin, Fleischmann, Harper, Hartshorn, Hitchcock, Horr, Jackson, Kelly, Kirby of Hamilton, Kirby of Wyandot, Marriott, Moore, Mounts, O'Hagan, Parker, Perkins, Pollard, Pond, Richards, Sinks, Strong, Sullivan, Van Cleaf, Wilkins of Fulton, and Wilkins of Tuscarawas-32.

On motion of Mr. Hitchcock, all further proceedings under the call were dispensed with.

Mr. Beer nominated Hon. John Sherman as a candidate for said office.

Mr. Harper nominated Hon. Allen G. Thurman for said office.
Mr. Eggleston seconded the nomination of Hon. John Sherman.

The Senate proceeded openly, by a viva voce vote of each member present, to name a person for Senator for the State of Ohio in the Congress of the United States, for the constitutional term of six years, commencing on the 4th day of March, A D. 1881

The whole number of votes cast was 32, of which John Sherman received 20 votes, and Allen G. Thurman 12 votes.

Those whose voted for John Sherman were: Messrs. Beebe, Beer, Carran, Cline, Creamer, Eggleston, Entrekin, Fleischmann, Hartshorn, Hitchcock, Horr, Kelly, Kirby of Hamilton, Mounts, Perkins, Pollard, Pond, Richards, Sinks, and Strong—20.

Those who voted for Allen G. Thurman were: Messrs. Carlisle, Harper, Jackson, Kirby of Wyandot, Marriott, Moore, O’Hagan, Parker, Sullivan, Van Cleaf, Wilkins of Fulton, and Wilkins of Tuscarawas-12.

The President then announced that John Sherman, having received a constitutional majority of all the votes cast, was declared the choice of the Senate for the office of United States Senator, for the constitutional term of six years, commencing on the 4th day of March. A.D. 1881.

On motion of Mr. Hitchcock, the Senate took a recess.

THREE O'CLOCK P.M.

Mr. Tyler asked and was granted leave to record his vote for United States Senator, and his name being called he voted for Allen G. Thurman.

Mr. Pollard submitted the following report :

The joint committee on Enrollment has examined, and found correctly enrolled, the following bill: S. B. No. 109: To amend section 437 of the Revised Statutes.

D. A. HOLLINGSWORTH, John F. LOCKE,
J. K. POLLARD,

JOHN HARDY,
GEO. W. MOORE,

W. T. WALLACE,
H. R. SMITH,

J. L. CORYELL.
C. R. HARMON,

Mr. Jackson offered the following resolution :

S. R. No. 79: WHEREAS, The report of the committee on Privileges and Elections, made in the Senate on February 26, A.D. 1880, relative to the contest of the seat of Moses H. Kirby, Senator-elect from the 31st District, by Chester R. Mott; and the report of the same committee relative to the contest of the seat of John K. Pollard, Senator-elect from the 7th District, by Frank D. Bayless, was not printed in the Senate Journal of the regular session of this 64th General Assembly, nor in the Appendix thereto; therefore,

Be it resolved by the Senate of Ohio, That the Clerk of the Senate be directed to cause said report of said committee to be printed in the Appendix to the Senate Journal of the adjourned session of said 64th General Assembly.

The question then being on the adoption of the resolution, the yeas and nays were ordered, taken, and resulted—yeas 28, nays none, as follows:

Those who voted in the affirmative wereMessrs. Beebe, Beer, Carlisle, Cline, Creamer, Eggleston, Fleischmann, Harper, Hitchcock, Horr, Jackson, Kelly, Kirby of Hamilton, Kirby of Wyandot, Marriott, Moore, O'Hagan, Parker, Perkins, Pollard, Pond, Richards, Sinks, Strong, Sullivan, Van Cleaf, Wilkins of Fulton, and Wilkins of Tuscarawas—28.

So the resolution was adopted.

MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

Mr. President :

The following bills have been introduced in the House of Representatives, and read the first time:

H. B. No. 615—Mr. Frame: To authorize certain bondsmen of John D. Patterson to bring sult against certain other bondsmen.

H. B. No. 616—Mr. Conrad: To refund the public debt of the State which is redeemable on or after June 30, 1881.

H. B. No. 617—Mr. Scott of Warren: Supplemental to an act entitled “An act to amend an act entitled an act to amend the act entitled an act to create and establish a common school fund in part of the county of Warren, composed of the Virginia Military District,” passed February 20, 1834, passed April 30, 1838. (O. L., vol. 65, p. 259.)

H. B. No 618–Mr. Walker: To amend section 6856 of the Revised Statutes.

H. B. No. 619-Mr. Walker: To amend gection 6818 of the Revised Statutes.

H. B. No. 620--Mr. Letcher: To authorize the transfer of any funds not to exceed fifteen hundred dollars that may remain in the treasury of the county of Williams, arising from tax on dogs.

H. B. No. 621-Mr. Greene: To amend section 700 of the Revised Statutes.

H. B. No. 622—Mr. Covert: To amend section 3776 of the Revised Statutes. Attest:

D. J. EDWARDS, Clerk.

MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

Mr. President:

The House of Representatives has passed the following bills, in which the concurrence of the Senate is requested :

H. B. No. 258—Mr. Porter: To amend section 5394 of the Revised Statutes.

H. B. NO 511-Mr. Sawyer: To authorize the commissioners of Auglaize county to cause certain judicial records to be transcribed, and to declare the effect and authority to be given to certain transcripts of deeds from other counties heretofore made.

H. B. No. 558-Mr. Bloom: To amend section 5836 of the Revised Statutes.

H. B. No. 559—Mr. Bloom: To amend section 2946 of the Revised Statutes. Attest:

D. J. EDWARDS, Clerk. Said bills were read the first time. Mr. Parker submitted the following report:

The committee on Finance, to whom was referred H. B. No. 569 : To authorize the county commissioners of Henry county, Ohio, to issue bonds to complete and furnish the court house, jail, and sheriff's residence-having had the same under consideration, report it back, and recommend its passage.

C. S. PARKER, D. D. BEEBE,
B. EGGLESTON, GEO. P. TYLER,
B. WILKINS,

Thos. M. BEER.
P. HITCHCOCK,

Mr. Wilkins of Fulton moved that the constitutional rule requiring bills to be read on three different days be dispensed with, that said H. B. No. 569 may be read the third time.

On which motion the yeas and nays were taken, and resulted-yeas 28, nays none, as follows:

Those who voted in the affirmative were

Messrs. Beebe, Beer, Carlisle, Cline, Creamer, Eggleston, Fleischmann, Harper, Hitchcock, Horr, Jackson, Kelly, Kirby of Hamilton, Kirby of Wyandot, Marriott, Moore, O'Hagan, Parker, Perkins, Pollard, Pond, Richards, Sinks, Strong, Tyler, Van Cleaf, Wilkins of Fulton, and Wilkins of Tuscarawas—28.

So the motion was agreed to, and the bill read the third time.

The question being "Shall the bill pass ?” the yeas and nays were ordered, taken, and resulted-yeas 27, nays none, as follows:

Those who voted in the affirmative were

Messrs. Beebe, Beer, Carlisle, Cline, Creamer, Eggleston, Harper, Hitchcock, Horr, Jackson, Kelly, Kirby of Hamilton, Kirby of Wyandot, Marriott, Moore, O'Hagan, Parker, Perkins, Pollard, Pond, Richards, Sinks, Strong, Tyler, Van Cleaf, Wilkins of Fulton, and Wilkins of Tuscarawas—27.

So the bill passed. The title was agreed to.
Mr. Van Cleaf submitted the following report:

The committee on Public Printing, to whom was referred S. J. R. No. 60: To provide for printing additional copies of Report of Secretary of

State for 1880—having had the same under consideration, report it back, and recommend its adoption.

CHAS. FLEISCHMANN, A. R. VAN CLEAF,
L. HARPER,

L. M. STRONG, E. N. HARTSHORN, The question being on the adoption of the resolution, said yeas and nays were ordered, taken, and resulted — yeas 27, nays none, as follows:

Those who voted in the affirmative wereMessrs. Beebe, Beer, Carlisle, Cline, Creamer, Eggleston, Fleischmann, Harper, Hitchcock, Horr, Jackson, Kelly, Kirby of Hamilton, Kirby of Wyandot, Moore, O'Hagan, Parker, Perkins, Pollard, Pond, Richards, Sinks, Strong, Tyler, Van Cleaf, Wilkins of Fulton, and Wilkins of Tuscarawas—27.

So the resolution was adopted.

MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

Mr. President :

The House of Representatives has adopted the following joint resolution, in which the concurrence of the Senate is requested ;

H. J. R. No. 75-Mr. Young: Providing for the printing of extra copies of H. B. Nos. 521 and 543. Attest:

D. J. EDWARDS, Clerk. On motion of Mr. Van Cleaf, said resolution was referred to the committee on Printing.

Mr. Fleischmann offered the following resolution, which was adopted :

S. R. No. 80: WHEREAS, Grave charges have been made in the public press reflecting upon the conduct of the officers in charge of the Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home, at Xenia, Ohio; therefore,

Resolved by the Senate of the State of Ohio, That the committee on such Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home be instructed to investigate said charges, and report its findings to the Senate at an early day. Mr. Pollard submitted the following report:

The joint committee on Enrollment have examined, and found correctly enrolled, the following bill:

H. B. No. 518: An act to regulate the construction, enlargement, changes in and conduct and management of water works in certain cities, and to authorize the issue of bonds in connection therewith.

J. K. POLLARD, C. R. HARMON,
L. M. STRONG,

W. T. WALLACE,
GEO. W. MOORE, J. L. CORYELL.
H. R. SMITH,

MESSAGE FROM THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

Mr. President:

The Speaker of the House of Representatives has, in the presence of the House, signed the following bill :

H. B. No. 518: To regulate the construction, enlargement, changes in

and conduct and management of water works in certain cities, and to authorize the issue of bonds in connection therewith. Attest:

D. J. EDWARDS, Clerk. The President of the Senate, in the presence of the Senate, signed said bill.

Mr. Fleischmann moved to reconsider the vote by which S. R. No. 80 was adopted.

Which was agreed to.
Mr. Fleischmann moved to amend the resolution as follows:

Add at the end thereof the following: “And that the committee have power to send for persons and papers."

Which was agreed 10, and said resolution, as amended, was adopted.

On motion of Mr. Pond, the Judiciary committee was relieved from further consideration of H. B. No. 86.

On motion of Mr. Pond, said bill was referred to the committee on Schools. Mr. Creamer submitted the following report :

The committee on Revision has examined, and found correctly en. grossed, H. B. No. 548.

A. R. CREAMER,
John C. ENTREKIN,

A. R. VAN CLEAF.
On motion of Mr. Van Cleaf, the Senate adjourned.
Attest :

J. C. DONALDSON, Clerk.

WEDNESDAY, January 19, 1881–10 O'CLOCK A.M. The Senate met pursuant to adjournment. Prayer by Rev. Dr. Hutchins. The Journal was read and approved. Bills were read the second time, and referred as follows: S. B. No. 268: To amend section 95 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio. To committee on Judiciary. S. B. No. 269: To amend section 108 of the Revised Statutes of Ohio. To committee on Judiciary. H. B. No. 558: To amend section 5836 of the Revised Statutes. To committee on Judiciary.

H. B. No. 511: To authorize the commissioners of Auglaize county to cause certain judicial records to be transcribed, and to declare the effect and authority to be given to certain transcripts of deeds from other counties heretofore made.

To committee on Judiciary.
H. B. No. 442: To amend section 7421 of the Revised Statutes.
To committee on Penitentiary.
H. B. No. 258: To amend section 5394 of the Revised Statutes.
To committee on Public Printing.
H. B. No. 559: To amend section 2946 of the Revised Statutes.
To committee on Privileges and Elections.

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