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Hoyt,

NAYS.
Mr. Armstrong,

Mr. Haywood, Mr. Robertson,
Bailey,
Hertzler,

Sanderson,
Bonine,
Hewitt,

Scott,
Bottomley,
Hosner,

Sessions,
Buell,
Howard,

Simpson,
Burns,

Smith,
Cady,
Kellogg,

Thomas,
Carter,
Knapp, ,

Van Aken,
Chaley,
Lamb,

Van Scoy,
Climie,
Lewis,

F. Walker,
Cobb,
Lockwood,

J. Walker,
Cook,
Luce,

Walton,
Curtis,
Markey,

Warren,
Dinturff,

E. R. Miller, C. W. Watkine,
Drew,
Morse,

E. C. Watkins,
Garfield,
Noyes,

Welch,
Garvelink,
O'Dell,

Welker,
Goodrich,
Perry,

West,
Greusel,
Pierce,

Withington,
Haire,
Ripley,

Zimmerman,
Harris,
Robinson,

62 House bill No. 16, entitled

A bill to amend section 27, of an act entitled “An act to revise the laws providing for the incorporation of railroad companies," approved April 18th, 1871, being section 2431, chapter 75 of the compiled laws of 1871,

Was read a third time, and, pending the taking of the vote on the passage thereof,

Mr. Withington moved to amend the bill by adding thereto the following:

Provided, That in case of the appointment of a railroad commissioner or commissioners, an appeal may be had to him or them, and his or their decision, in any case of the requirement of a flagman, shall be final;"

Which was not agreed to.

The bill was then passed, a majority of all the members elect voting therefor, by yeas and nays, as follows:

YEAS.
Mr. Armstrong, Mr. Garfield, Mr. Robertson,
Bailey,
Garvelink,

Rose,

Mr. Bartholomew, Mr. Goodrich, Mr. Sanderson,
Bopine,
Gordon,

Scott,
Bottomley,
Grant,

Sessions,
Breitung,
Greusel,

Simpson,
Briggs,
Haire,

Smith,
Brunson,
Harris,

Striker,
Buell,
Hertzler,

Thomas,
Burns,
Hewitt,

Thompson,
Cady,
Hoyt,

Van Aken,
Caplis,
Kellogg,

Vaa Scoy,
Carter,
Knapp,

F. Walker,
Chafey,
Lamb,

J. Walker,
Climie,
Luce,

Warren,
Cobb,
Markey,

C, W. Watkins,
Cook,

E. R. Miller, E. C. Watkins,
Curtis,
Mitchell,

Welch,
Dinturff,
Noyes,

Welker,
Drew,
O'Dell,

West,
Fancher,
Pierce,

Zimmerman,
Ferguson,
Robinson,

Speaker,
Fey,

67
NAYS.
Mr. Edwards, Mr. Lockwood, Mr. Shaw,
Haywood,
Morse,

Speed,
Hosper,
Perry,

Walton,
Howard,
Ripley,

Withington,
Lewis,

13 Title agreed to. House joint resolution No. 8, entitled

Joint resolution for the relief of the Central Methodist Episcopal Church of Lansing, Mich.,

Was read a third time and passed, two-thirds of all the members elect voting therefor, by yeas and nays, as follows:

YEAS.
Mr. Armstrong,

Mr. Garvelink, Mr. Robinson,
Bartholomew, Goodrich,

Robertson,
Bonine,
Gordon,

Rose,
Bottomley,
Grant,

Scott,
Breitung,
Greusel,

Sessions,
Haire,

Shaw,
Branson,
Harris,

Simpson,
Burns,
Haywood,

Smith,

Briggs,

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Mr. Cady,
Mr. Hertzler,

Mr. Speed,
Caplis,
Hewitt,

Striker,
Carter,
Hosner,

Thomas,
Chafey,
Howard,

Thompson,
Climie,
Knapp,

Van Scoy,
Cobb,
Lewis,

F. Walker,
Cook,
Lockwood,

Warren,
Curtis,
Luce,

C. W. Watkins,
Dinturff,
Markey,

E. C. Watkins,
Drew,

E. R. Miller, Welch,
Edwards,
Mitchell,

Welker,
Eggleston,
Morse,

West,
Ferguson,
O'Dell,

Withington,
Fev,
Perry,

Zimmerman,
Garfield,
Pierce,

68 NAYS. Mr. Bailey,

Mr. Kellogg, Mr. Sanderson,
Buell,
Lamb,

Van Aken,
Fancher,
Noyes,

J. Walker,
Hoyt,
Ripley,

Walton, 12
Title agreed to.
House joint resolution No. 9, entitled

Joint resolution to provide for submitting the question of a general revision of the constitution of the State of Michigan to the electors thereof,

Was read a third time and was not passed, a majority of all the members elect not voting therefor, by yeas and nays, as follows:

YEAS.
Mr. Bartholomew, Mr. Gordon,

Mr. Ripley,
Breitung,
Grant,

Rose,
Briggs,
Greusel,

Scott,
Brunson,
Harris,

Shaw,
Burns,
Haywood,

Simpson,
Cady,
Hertzler,

Smith,
Caplis,
Hewitt,

Speed,
Cobb,
Hosner,

Striker,
Curtis,
Howard,

Thompson,
Drew,
Hoyt,

Van Scoy,
Edwards,
Lamb,

F. Walker,
Eggleston,
Lewis,

Walton,
Fancher,
Lockwood,

E. C. Watkins,

Mr. Ferguson, Mr. Mitchell, Mr. Withington,
Fey,
Morse,

Zimmerman,
Goodrich,
Pierce,

47 NAYS. Mr. Armstrong,

Mr. Garvelink, Mr. Robertson,
Bailey,
Haire,

Sanderson,
Bopine,
Kellogg,

Sessions,
Bottomley,
Knapp,

Van Aken,
Buell,
Luce,

J. Walker,
Carter,
Markey,

Warren,
Chafey,

E. R. Miller, C. W. Watkins,
Climie,
Noyes,

Welch,
Cook,
O'Dell,

Welker.
Dinturff,
Perry,

West,
Garfield,
Robinson,

Speaker, 33
House bill No. 115, entitled
A bill to provide for compensation for loss of property by
fire originating from railroad fires,

Was read a third time, and pending the taking of the vote on the passage thereof,

Mr. Eggleston moved
That the House take a recess until 2 o'clock this afternoon;
Which motion prevailed.

AFTERNOON SESSION.

2 o'clock P. M. The House met and was called to order by the Speaker. Roll called : quorum present.

THIRD READING OF BILLS.

The House resumed the consideration of House bill No. 115 (reprinted), entitled

A bill to provide for compensation for loss of property by fire originating from railroad fires.

Mr. Ripley moved to amend the bill by striking out the last proriso;

Which motion did not prevail.

On motion of Mr. Buell,

The vote by which the House refused to amend the bill was reconsidered.

Mr. Gordon moved that there be a call of the House ;
Which motion prevailed.

PROCEEDINGS UNDER THE CALL.

The roll of the House was called by the Clerk, and the following members were reported absent without leave: Messrs. Armstrong, Noyes, Sanderson, and Sessions.

On motion of Mr. Ripley,
All further proceedings under the call were dispensed with.

The motion to amend the bill by striking out the last proviso then prevailed.

Mr. Shaw moved to amend the bill by striking out of line 4, section 1, the words or otherwise ;

Which motion did not prevail.

Mr. E. C. Watkins moved to amend the bill by striking out of line 3 the word “ from ” where it occurs after the word "originating” and by inserting in lieu thereof the words - in the construction or operation of," and by striking out all of line 3 after the word “ railroad” and all of line 4 up to the word "provided ; ”

Pending which,

Mr. Lockwood moved that the bill be recommitted to the committee on railroads.

Mr. Lockwood moved the previous question ;
Which was not sustained.
The motion to recommit did not then prevail.

Mr. Speed moved, as a substitute to the motion of Mr. E. C. Watkins, that the bill be amended by inserting in line 4, after the word “otherwise,” the words, “originating in the construction or operation of such railroad;"

Which was accepted.

The motion to amend as amended by the substitute then prevailed.

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