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Mr. Chamberlain, Mr. Knapp,

Mr. Thompson,
Climie,
Lewis,

Van Scoy
Cobb.
E. R. Miller,

A. Walker,
Curtis,
Mitchell,

Warren,
Drake,
Noyes,

E. C. Watkins,
Drew,
Perry,

Welch,
Edwards,
Priest,

Welker,
Fancher,
Remer,

West,
Ferguson,
Rich,

Speaker,
Fey,
Sessions,

38
NAYS.
Mr. Ackley,
Mr. Hoar,

Mr. Sanderson,
Bartholomew,
Hoyt,

Simpson,
Briggs,
Kellogg,

Smith,
Brunson,
Lockwood,

Van Aken,
Carter,
Luce,

J. Walker,
Cook,
Markey,

L. Walker,
Dinturff,

R. C. Miller, Walton,
Garvelink,
O'Dell,

C. W. Watkins,
Green,
Parsons,

Wheeler,
Greusel,
Pierce,

Withington,
Haire,
Ripley,

WixSon,
Haywood,
Robinson,

Zimmerman,
Hewitt,
Robertson,

38 Senate bill No. 54, entitled

A bill to detach certain territory from the town of Taymouth, in Saginaw county, and attach the same to the town of Spaulding, in said county,

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. Sanderson,
Bailey,
Haywood,

Sessions,
Bartholomew, Hewitt,

Shaw,
Bonine,
Hoar,

Simpson,
Bottomley, Hosner,

Smith,
Briggs,
Hoyt,

Striker,
Brunson,
Kellogg,

Thomas,
Burns,
Knapp,

Thompson,
Carter,
Lewis,

Van Aken,
Chamberlain, Lockwood,

Van Scoy,
Climie,
Luce,

A. Walker,
Cobb,
Markey,

J. Walker,

Mr. Cook,

Mr. R. C. Miller, Mr. L. Walker,
Curtis,
Mitchell,

Walton,
Dinturff,
Noyes,

Warren,
Drake,
O'Dell,

C. W. Watkins,
Edwards,
Parsons,

E. C. Watkins,
Fancher,
Perry,

Welch,
Ferguson,
Pierce,

Welker,
Fey,
Priest,

Wheeler,
Garvelink,
Remer,

Withington,
Gilmore,
Rich,

Viagon,
Gordon,
Robinson,

Zimmerman,
Green,
Robertson,

Speaker,
Grensel,

73 NAYS. Mr. E. R. Miller,

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

The title was amended by adding thereto the words " and to provide for the reorganization of said town of Spaulding."

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

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

House bill No. 161, entitled

A bill to amend section 2 of chapter 41 of the compiled laws of 1871,

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

Mr. Briggs demanded the previous question ;
The demand was not seconded.
Mr. Hoyt demanded the previous question ;

The demand was seconded, and the main question was then ordered.

The bill was then not passed, a majority of all the members elect not voting therefor, by yeas and nays, as follows:

YEAS.
Mr. Ackley,

Mr. Haywood, Mr. Priest,
Bailey,
Hoar,

Shaw,
Bartholomew,
Hosner,

Thomas,

Mr. Bonine,

Mr. Howard, Mr. Thompson,
Drew,
Kellogg

Van Aken,
Edwards,
Lewis,

A. Walker,
Fancher,
Lockwood,

Walton,
Ferguson,
Markey,

Warren,
Garvelink,
R. C. Miller,

C. W. Watkins,
Gordon,
Mitchell,

Wheeler,

31 Green,

NAYS.
Mr. Bottomley,
Mr. Haire,

Mr. Robertson,
Briggs,
Hertzler,

Sanderson,
Branson,
Hewitt,

Sessions,
Buell,
Hoyt,

Simpson,
Burns,
Knapp,

Smith,
Cady,
Luce,

Striker,
Carter,
E. R. Miller,

Van Scoy,
Chamberlain, Morse,

J. Walker,
Climie,
Noyes,

L. Walker,
Cobb,
O'Dell,

E. C. Watkins,
Cook,
Parsons,

Welch,
Curtis,
Perry,

Welker,
Dinturff.
Pierce,

West,
Drake,
Remer,

Withington,
Fey,
Ripley,

Vixson,
Gilmore,
Robinson,

Zimmerman,

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Greusel,
Mr. Ripley mored to reconsider the vote by which the
House refused to pass the bill.

On motion of Mr. Ripley,
The motion to reconsider was laid on the table.
Senate bill No. 238, entitled

A bill to amend an act entitled " An act to incorporate the city of Wyandotte," being act No. 297 of the session laws of 1867, approved March 5, 1867, as amended by act No. 330 of the session laws of 1869, approved March 22, 1869, being sections 4, 6, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 17, 18, 22, 35, 37, 38, 39, 43, 49, 52, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 66, 67, and 68, and to repeal sections 19 and 34, and to add five new sections, to stand as sections 85, 86, 87, 88, and 89,

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. Haywood, Mr. Robertson,
Bailey,
Hertzler,

Sanderson,
Bonine,
Hewitt,

Sessions,
Briggs,
Hoar,

Shaw,
Buell,
Hosner,

Smith,
Burns,
Hoyt,

Striker,
Carter,
Kellogg:

Thomas,
Chamberlain, Knapp,

Thompson,
Climie,
Lewis,

Van Aken,
Cobb,
Lockwood,

Van Scoy,
Cook,
Luce,

A. Walker,
Dinturff,
Markey,

J. Walker,
Drake,

E. R. Miller, L. Walker,
Drew,

R. O. Miller, Walton,
Edwards,
Mitchell,

Warren,
Fancher,
Morse,

C. W. Watkins,
Ferguson,
Noyes,

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

Welch,
Garvelink,
Parsons,

Welker,
Gilmore,
Perry,

West,
Gordon,
Pierce,

Wheeler,
Green,
Remer,

VixSon,
Greusel,
Ripley,

Zimmerman,
Haire,
Robinson,

Speaker, 72
NAYS.

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

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

Senate bill No. 50, entitled

A bill to provide for the appointment of a commissioner of railroads, and to define his powers, duties, and fix his compensation,

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

Mr. Watkins moved to recommit the bill to the committee on railroads with instructions to amend the bill by striking out of section 6 the following:

“To reimburse the State Treasury for the amount payable for the salary of the Commissioner, the Auditor General shall upon the approval of this act, and in the month of January of each year thereafter, levy and assess the amount thereof upon the railroads doing business within this state, and liable to pay a specific tax under the laws thereof, that is to say, upon each of said railroad companies an amount pro rata to the amount of specific taxes computed or estimated, as the case may be, as required by law for and payable during the year next preceding the time of such levy and assessment, and the amount so levied and assessed shall be paid into the State Treasury the first day of June next following the date at which said levy and assessment shall be made, and all the provisions of law applicable to the computation or estimate of specific taxes and to the collection thereof, and of interest and penalty thereon, and to the liens of State therefor, shall apply to any amount levied under this section,"

Which motion did not prevail.

Mr. C. W. Watkins moved to amend the bill by striking ont of section 6, all after the word “therefrom."

Mr. C. W. Watkins demanded the yeas and nays.

The demand was seconded, and the motion did not prevail, by yeas and nays, as follows:

YEAS.
Mr. Ackley, Mr. Greusel, Mr. Sessions,
Bailey,
Haire,

Shaw,
Bartholomew, Haywood,

Smith,
Bonine,
Hosner,

Striker,
Briggs,
Howard,

Thomas,
Burns,

Thompson,
Cady,
Kellogg,

Van Aken,
Carter,
Knapp,

A. Walker,
Chamberlain, Lewis,

J. Walker,
Cobb,
Lockwood,

L. Walker,
Cook,

E. R. Miller, Walton,
Drew,
Morse,

C. W. Watkins,
Edwards
O'Dell,

Welch,
Fancher,
Perry,

Withington,

Hoyt,

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