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YEAS, Mr. Allen, Mr. Deming, Mr. McNair, Andrews, Earl, Moffatt, Belding, Flower, Morton, Bowne, A. Gillet, Mulhollen, Buck, Haight, Pennoyer, Cady, Hartsuff, Smith, Campbell, Hawley, St. Clair, Coe, Hobart, Stevens, Coman, Holmes, Tilden, O. C. Comstock, Ingersoll, J. W. Turner, Curtis, Kilborn, Waite, David, - Lovell, Wilkinson, Dayton, Matthews, Speaker, 30, NAYS. Mr. Harger, Mr. G. B. Turner, Mr. Wright, Parkhurst, 4.
The joint resolution in relation to a settlement with the Palmyra and Jacksonburg railroad company, and The joint resolution relative to certain state property, Were severally read the third time and passed. The House having arrived at the order of unfinished business, took up the joint resolution authorizing the Auditor General to draw certain warrants, and the amendment reported thereto by the committee of the whole was non-concurred in. On motion of G. B. Turner, The following words were added to the resolution: “Provided. said bond shall be approved by the Auditor General and State Treasurer.” The joint resolution was then ordered to be engrossed and read the third time. The bill to authorize the supervisors of the county of Ionia to build a free bridge across the Grand river at Saranac, in the town--. ship of Boston, and for other purposes, was taken up, and the amendment reported thereto by the committee of the whole, striking out the second section, was non-concurred in, by yeas and nays, as follows.
Campbell, Jolmes, J. W. Turner,
"On motion of Mr. Lovell,
The following proviso was added to section two: “Provided also, still further, That no selection of the said one thousand acres of internal improvement lands shall be made by the said supervisors, until all appropriations of internal improvement lands heretofore made, shall have been fully expended and paid.”
Mr. J. W. Turner moved that all after the enacting clause of the bill be stricken out, which motion was lost, by the following vote:
The question then being on ordering the bill to be engrossed and read the third time, it was decided in the affirmative, by yeas and
Mr. Buck, . Mr. Hartsuff, Mr. Morton,
Mr. Allen, Mr. Davis, ‘Mr. McNair,
The bill to vacate a certain part of the village plat of the village of Tekonsha, in the county of Calhoun, was taken up, and the amend. ments reported thereto by the committee of the whole, were severally concurred in, and the bill was ordered to be read the third time. The bill to incorporate the St. Joseph river navigation company was taken up, and the amendment reported thereto by the committee of the whole, was non-concurred in. Mr. Chittenden moved that the bill be laid on the table, which motion was lost; and It was ordered to be engrossed and read the third time. Mr. J. W. Turner moved that the House adjourn, which motion was decided in the negative, by the following vote:
YEAS. Mr. Buck, Mr. Giddings, Mr. Parkhurst, Coe, Holmes, St. Clair, Coman, Matthews, Stoddard, O. C. Comstock, McNeil, Tilden, Dayton, Moffatt, J. W. Turner, Earl, Morton, Turrill, Flower, 19 NAYS. Mr. Allen, Mr. Davis, Mr. Lovell, Andrews, Deming, McNair, Bacon, Ferguson, Moran,
Belding, Fox, Mulhollen,
On motion of Mr. J. W. Turner,
O'Malley and Wright were absent without leave.
Mr. J. W. Turner moved that the Sergeant-at-Arms be sent for the absentees, which motion prevailed. After a short time the Sergeant-at-Arms returned with the absen
On motion of Mr. G. B. Turner,
cided in the affirmative, by yeas and nays, as follows:
The House met pursuant to adjournment, and was called to order by the Speaker.
Mr. Bowne moved a call of the House, which was had, when Mr. Turrill was absent without leave.
On motion of Mr. Giddings,
All further proceedings under the call were dispensed with.
The House then took up for consideration the special order of the day, being
The bill to amend an act entitled an act to authorize the sale of the Southern railroad, and to incorporate the Michigan southern railroad company, which had been returned to the Senate, where it originated, by the Governor, with his objections, and which had been passed by the Senate, notwithstanding said objections, and the question being on the passage of the bill, after some discussion,
Mr. Wright moved an adjournment, which motion was decided in the negative, by the following vote:
Mr. Allen, Mr. Flower, Mr. O'Malley,
Mr. Bacon, Mr. Earl, Mr. Matthews,
Mr. Davis moved the previous question, which was not demanded, by the following vote: