Imagens das páginas
PDF
ePub

For Sergeant-at-armsDavid C. McKINISTRY.
Mr. Allen,
Mr. Howell,

Mr. Robinson,
Bush,
Kibbee,

Smith,
Chipman,
Littlejohn,

Thurber,
Denton,
Maynard,

Videto,
Fenton,
Rix,

Williams,
Green,

16 On motion of Mr. Green,

The Senate proceeded to elect a President pro tem... which resulted as follows:

For FLAVIUS J. LITTLEJOHN.
Mr. Allen,
Mr. Green,

Mr. Robinson,
Bush,
Howell,

Smith,
Chipman,
Kibbee,

Thurber,
Denton,
Maynard,

Videto,
Fenton,
Rix,

Williams,

15 FOR WILLIAM T. HOWELL, Mr. Littlejohn,

1 Whereupon the President declared the several officers duly elected to the offices for which they were respectively named,

And the Secretary, the Engrossing, Enrolling and Recording Clerk, and the Sergeant-at-arms, severally subscribed the constitutional oath, administered by the President,

On motion of Mr. Howell,

The resolution offered by him yesterday relative to committee on supplies was taken from the table.

Mr. Videto offered the following as a substitute :

Resolved, That a committee on supplies be appointed to furnish all articles necessary for the use of the Senate, and that no account be allowed for such supplies unless properly certified by the chairman of said committee.

On motion of Mr. Howell,

The first blank in the original resolution was filled with "five," and the second with "wenty-five.”

The question was then taken upon the substitute, by yeas and nays, and the same was lost, as follows, viz:

YEAS.
Mr. Bush,
Mr. Thurber, Mr. Videto,

3
NAYS.
Mr. Allen,
Mr. Howell

Mr. Rix,
Chipman,
Kibbee,

Robinson,
Denton,
Littlejohn,

Smith,

Fenton,
Maynard,

Williams,
Green,

13 Mr. Thurber moved to lay the resolution on the table, which motion did not prevail, by the following vote :

YEAS.
Mr. Bush,
Mr. Kibbee,

Mr. Thurber,
Denton,
Smith,

Videto,

6
NAYS.
Mr. Allen,
Mr. Howell,

Mr. Rix,
Chipman,
Littlejohn,

Robinson,
Fenton,
Maynard,

Williams,
Green,

10
The resolution was then adopted.
On motion of Mr. Littlejohn,

The original resolution and substitute relative to Mr, Danforth, were taken from the table, and after some discussion, were,

On motion of Mr. Denton,
Laid upon the table.

The chair announced the following as the standing committees of the Senate :

On Claims-Senators Videto, Robinson and Maynard.
On Finance-Senators Littlejohn, Hale and Fenton.
On Judiciary-Senators Howell, Littlejohn and Green.
On Militia-Senators Denton, Fenton and Smith.
On Incorporations-Senators Allen, Hale and Kibbee.
On Agriculture-Senators Denton, Rix and Bush.
On Roads and Bridges-Senators Williams, Maynard and Allen.
On Public Instruction–Senators Howell, Smith and Fenton.
On State Prison–Senators Videto, Kibbee and Rix.
On State Afairs-Senators Thurber, Green and Bush.

On Division of Towns and Connties–Senators Rix, Denton and
Littlejohn.

On Manufactures-Senators Smith, Kibbee and Bush.

On Internal Improvement-Senators Bush, Thurber, Chipmat Robinson and Williams.

On Priviledges and Elections-Senators Chipman, Videto and
Williams.

On Enrolled Bills--Senators Kibbee, Smith and Thurber.
On State Library Senators Fenton, Denton and Allen.

1

1

1

On Expiring Laws–Senators Hale, Littlejohn and Chipman.
On Printing.-Senators Maynard, Rix and Green.
On Public Lands-Senators Robinson, Howell and Williams.
On Supplies-Senators Howell, Green and Denton.

Mr. Howell presented the papers upon which Mr. Coe claims a seat in the Senate, which were laid upon the table.

Mr. Fenton moved that the Senate proceed to the election of a Chaplain, with the compensation of $1 per day.

On motion of Mr. Howell,

That part of the motion relative to a compensation was stricken out, and the motion as amended, prevailed.

The names of the Senators were then called, and they voted as follows, for Chaplain :

For Rey. Mr. Field, Senators Allen, Bush, Denton and Smith-4. For Rev. Mr. Hill, Senators Chipman and Howell—2.

Por Rev. Mr. INGLIS, Senators Fenton, Green, Kibbee, Maynard, Robinson and Williams-6.

For Rev. Mr. HARRISON, Senators Littlejohn, Rix, Thurber and Videto—4.

The President thereupon announced that the Rev. Mr. Inglis having received a plurnlity of all the votes, was duly elected Chaplain of the Senate.

From which decision, Mr. Howell took an appeal to the Senate, and on his motion, the question of appeal was laid upon the table.

The Senate thereupon adjourned until Wednesday morning, at 10 o'clock.

Wednesday, January 7, 1846. The Senaate met pursuant to adjournment, and the roll being call. ed Mr. Hale was absent.

The journal of yesterday was read and approved.

Mr. Allen presented the memorial of S. W. Foster and others, on the subject of flowing lands, which was referred to the committee on state affairs.

Fenton,
Maynard,

Williams,
Green,

13 Mr. Thurber moved to lay the resolution on the table, which motion did not prevail, by the following vote :

YEAS.
Mr. Bush,
Mr. Kibbee,

Mr. Thurber,
Denton,
Smith,

Videto,

6
NAYS.
Mr. Allen,
Mr. Howell,

Mr. Ris,
Chipman,
Littlejohn,

Robinson,
Fenton,
Maynard,

Williams,
Green,

10 The resolution was then adopted. On motion of Mr. Littlejohn,

The original resolution and substitute relative to Mr, Danforth, were taken from the table, and after some discussion, were,

On motion of Mr. Denton,
Laid
upon

the table. The chair announced the following as the standing committees of the Senate :

On Claims-Senators Videto, Robinson and Maynard.
On Finance-Senators Littlejohn, Hale and Fenton.
On JudiciarySenators Howell, Littlejohn and Green.
On Militia-Senators Denton, Fenton and Smith.
On Incorporations-Senators Allen, Hale and Kibbee.
On Agriculture–Senators Denton, Rix and Bush.
On Roads and Bridges-Senators Williams, Maynard and Allen.
On Public Instruction–Senators Howell, Smith and Fenton,
On State Prison-Senators Videto, Kibbee and Rix.
On State Affairs-Senators Thurber, Green and Bush.

On Division of Towns and Connties–Senators Rix, Denton and Littlejohn.

On Manufactures-Senators Smith, Kibbee and Bush.

On Internal Improvement-Senators Bush, Thurber, Chipman Robinson and Williams.

On Priviledges and Elections-Senators Chipman, Videto and Williams.

On Enrolled Bills--Senators Kibbee, Smith and Thurber.
On State Library Senators Fenton, Denton and Allen.

On Expiring Laws–Senators Hale, Littlejohn and Chipman.
On Printing--Senators Maynard, Rix and Green.
On Public Lands-Senators Robinson, Howell and Williams.
On Supplies-Senators Howell, Green and Denton.

Mr. Howell presented the papers upon which Mr. Coe claims a seat in the Senate, which were laid upon the table.

Mr. Fenton roved that the Senate proceed to the election of a Chaplain, with the compensation of $1 per day.

On motion of Mr. Howell,

That part of the motion relative to a compensation was stricken out, and the motion as amended, prevailed.

The names of the Senators were then called, and they voted as follows, for Chaplain :

For Rev. Mr. Field, Senators Allen, Bush, Denton and Smith-4. For Rev. Mr. Hill, Senators Chipman and Howell—2.

For Rev. Mr. INGLIS, Senators Fenton, Green, Kibbee, Maynard, Robinson and Williams-6.

For Rev. Mr. HARRISON, Senators Littlejohn, Rix, Thurber and Videto_4.

The President thereupon announced that the Rev. Mr. Inglis having received a plurality of all the votes, was duly elected Chaplain of the Senate.

From which decision, Mr. Howell took an appeal to the Senate, and on his motion, the question of appeal was laid upon the table.

The Senate thereupon adjourned until Wednesday morning, at 10 o'clock.

Wednesday, January 7, 1846. The Senaate met pursuant to adjournment, and the roll being call. ed Mr. Hale was absent.

The journal of yesterday was read and approved.

Mr. Allen presented the memorial of S. W. Foster and others, on the subject of flowing lands, which was referred to the committee on state affairs.

« AnteriorContinuar »