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Mr. Fancher, Mr. Parsons, Mr. West,
Ferguson,
Perry,

Wheeler,
Fey,
Pierce,

Withington,
Garvelink,
Priest,

Vinson,
Gilmore,
Remer,

Zimmerman,
Gordon,
Rich,

Speaker,
Green,

70
NAYS.
Mr. Smith,
Mr. Van Aken,

2 Title agreed to. Senate bill No. 26, entitled

A bill to provide for the disinterment of dead bodies in certain cases, for the purpose of holding inquests thereon,

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

YEAS.
Mr. Ackley, Mr. Green,

Mr. Robinson,
Bailey,
Grensel,

Robertson,
Bartholomew, Haire,

Sanderson,
Bonine,
Haywood,

Sessions,
Briggs,
Hewitt,

Simpson,
Brunson,
Hoar,

Smith,
Burns,
Howard,

Striker,
Cady,
Hoyt,

Thomas,
Carter,
Kellogg,

Thompson,
Chamberlain,

Van Aken,
Climie,
Luce,

Van Scoy,
Cobb,
Markey,

A. Walker,
Cook,

R. C. Miller, J. Walker,
Curtis,
Mitchell,

Walton,
Dinturff,
Morse,

Warren,
Drew,
Noyes,

E. C. Watkins,
Edwards,
O'Dell,

Welch,
Fancher,
Parsons,

Welker,
Ferguson,
Perry,

Wheeler,
Priest,

Withington,
Garvelink,
Remer,

Virgon,
Gilmore,
Rich,

Zimmerman,
Gordon,
Ripley,

Speaker, 69
NAYS.

0 Title agreed to. On motion of Mr. Howard,

Knapp,

Fey,

By a vote of two-thirds of all the members elect, the bil was ordered to take immediate effect.

House bill No. 236, entitled

A bill for the limitation of actions relating to real estate in certain cases by persons absent from the United States,

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. Bailey, Mr. Ferguson,

Mr. Robinson,
Bartholomew, Gordon,

Robertson,
Bonine,
Haywood,

Sanderson,
Brunson,
Hoar,

Sessions,
Burns,
Hoyt,

Shaw,
Cady,
Knapp,

Striker,
Carter,
Lewis,

Thomas,
Climie,
Luce,

Thompson,
Cobb,
R. C. Miller,

Van Scoy,
Dinturff,
Mitchell,

A. Walker,
Drew,
Morse,

J. Walker,
Edwards,
O'Dell,

Warren,
Fancher,
Parsons,

E.C.Watkins, 39

NAYS.
Mr. Ackley, Mr. Hewitt,

Mr. Smith,
Briggs,
Kellogg

Van Aken,
Chamberlain, Markey,

L. Walker,
Curtis,
Noyes,

Walton,
Fey,
Perry,

C. W. Watkins,
Garvelink,
Pierce,

Welker,
Gilmore,
Priest,

West,
Green,
Rich,

Wheeler,
Greusel,
Ripley,

Withington,
Haire,
Simpson,

Wixson,

30 House bill No. 234, entitled

A bill to authorize the board of supervisors of Ionia county to apportion and cause to be levied a tax, in the year A. D. 1873, upon certain portions of fractional school district No. 5 of the townships of Portland, Danby, Orange, and Sebewa,

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

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YEAS.
Mr. Ackley,
Mr. Greusel,

Mr. Remer,
Bailey,
Haire,

Rich,
Bartholomew, Haywood,

Ripley,
Bonine,
Hewitt,

Robinson,
Briggs,
Hoar,

Robertson,
Brunson,
Hosner,

Sanderson,
Burns,
Hoyt,

Sessions,
Cady,
Kellogg,

Shaw,
Carter,
Knapp,

Smith,
Climie.
Lewis,

Striker,
Cobb,
Luce,

Thomas,
Curtis,
Markey,

Thompson,
Dinturff,

R. C. Miller, Van Aken,
Edwards,
Mitchell,

Van Scoy,
Fancher,
Morse,

J. Walker,
Ferguson,
Noyes,

Walton,
Fey,
O'Dell,

Welker,
Garvelink,
Parsons,

West,
Gilmore,
Perry,

Wheeler,
Gordon,
Pierce,

Wixgon,
Green,
Priest,

Speaker,

63 NAYS. Mr. L. Walker,

1 Title agreed to. On motion of Mr. Kellogg,

By a vote of two-thirds of all the members elect, the bill was ordered to take immediate effect.

House bill No. 210, entitled

A bill to provide for the location, establishment, and maintenance of an additional asylum for the insane;

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

Mr. Grensel 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 member was reported absent without leave: Mr. Speed.

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

Hoar,

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

YEAS.
Mr. Ackley,
Mr. Haire,

Mr. Robertson,
Bailey,
Haywood,

Sanderson,
Bartholomew, Hertzler,

Sessions,
Bonine,
Hewitt,

Shaw
Briggs

Simpson,
Brunson,
Hosner,

Smith,
Burns,
Hoyt,

Striker,
Cady,
Kellogg,

Thomas,
Carter,
Knapp,

Thompson,
Chamberlain, Lewis,

Van Aken,
Climie,
Lockwood,

Van Scoy,
Cobb,
Luce,

A. Walker,
Cook,
Markey,

J. Walker,
Curtis,
E. R. Miller,

L. Walker,
Dinturff,

R. C. Miller, Walton,
Drake,
Mitchell,

Warren,
Drew,
Noyes,

C. W. Watkins,
Edwards,
O'Dell,

E. C. Watkins,
Fancher,
Parsons,

Welch,
Ferguson,
Perry,

Welker,
Fey,
Pierce,

West,
Garvelink,
Priest,

Wheeler,
Gilmore,
Remer,

Withington,
Gordon,
Rich,

Vixson,
Green,
Ripley,

Zimmerman,
Greusel,
Robinson,

Speaker, 18
NAYS.

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The question being on agreeing to the title,
On motion of Mr. Bonine,

The title was amended by striking out the word “maintenance," and inserting the word “organization” in lieu thereof.

The title, as amended, was then agreed to.
On motion of Mr. Bonine,

By a vote of two-thirds of all the members elect, the bill was ordered to take immediate effect.

Honse bill No. 235, entitled
A bill to amend section 36 of chapter 195 of the compiled

laws of 1871, relative to the action of ejectment, being section 6238,

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

YEAS.
Mr. Ackley,
Mr. Haire,

Mr. Rich,
Bailey,
Harris,

Ripley,
Bartholomew, Haywood,

Robinson,
Briggs,
Hertzler,

Robertson,
Brunson,
Hewitt,

Sanderson,
Burns,
Hoar,

Sessions,
Cady,
Hosner,

Shaw,
Carter,
Hoyt,

Simpson,
Chamberlain, Kellogg,

Smith,
Climie,
Knapp,

Thompson,
Cobb,
Lewis,

Van Aken,
Cook,
Lockwood,

Van Scoy,
Curtis,
Luce,

A. Walker,
Dinturfl,
Markey,

J. Walker,
Drew,
E. R. Miller,

Warren,
Edwards,

R. C. Miller, C. W. Watkins,
Fancher,
Mitchell,

E.C. Watkins,
Ferguson,
Noyes,

Welch,
Fey,
O'Dell,

West,
Garvelink,
Parsons,

Wheeler,
Gilmore,
Perry,

Withington,
Gordon,
Pierce,

Wixson,
Green,
Priest,

Speaker,
Greusel,

Remer,

NAYS.
Mr. L. Walker, Mr. Walton,

Mr. Welker,
Title agreed to.
House bill No. 237, entitled

A bill to provide for the incorporation of ecclesiastical bodies and societies,

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. Bailey,

Mr. Gordon, Mr. Shaw,
Bonine,
Hertzler,

Striker,
Burns,
Hogner,

Thomas,

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