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NAYS.

Mr. Anderson

Buzzell
Ferguson, M.,
Gluecklich
Green
Hilton

Mr. Holmes

McKinlay
Moll
Morse
Newkirk
Norman

Mr. Place

Redfern
Schellberg
Sherman
Tripp
White

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By unanimous consent:
Mr. Bathey moved to take from the table,
House bill No. 518, entitled

A bill to provide for the payment, widening, deepening and straighten-
ing of the channel of what is known as Mill creek in the township of
Lynn in the county of St. Clair and making an appropriation therefor.
Which motion prevailed.
On motion of Mr. Bathey
The bill was referred to the committee on Drainage.

PRESENTATION OF PETITIONS.

No. 800. By Mr. Anderson: Petition of F. S. Smith, M. D., Peter Reardon, James F. Hanrahan, Benj. Hill, W. A. Utzman, Henry Sharpstein, Albert Grose, Giles Barlord and 100 others of Grand Rapids asking the passage of the bill to regulate the practice of veterinary medicine and surgery.

Referred to the committee on State affairs.

No. 801. By Mr. Anderson: Petition of L. P. Ortman, E. O. Phillips, R. J. Ferris, J. M. Bryant, F. Polock and 65 of Grand Rapids asking for the same purpose.

Same reference.

No. 802. By Mr. Anderson: Petition of Geo. Hazen, Jacob Spiers, J. Braun, H. S. Johnson, John Riedel, L. H. Hanock, M. D., W. Schawolm, and 92 others of Grand Rapids for the same purpose.

Same reference.

No. 803. By Mr. Holmes: Petition of H. H. Hatch, A. C. Maxwell, F. F. Shepard and 52 others of Bay City for the same purpose.

Same reference.

No. 804. By Mr. Buell: Petition of W. H. Barr, Thomas Peck and 220 other voters and taxpayers of Michigan asking the creation of the office of dairy and food commissioner.

Referred to the committee on Public health.

No. 805. By Mr Newkirk: Petition of T. W. Palmer, Helen Jenkins, H. E. Spaulding, Sarah La Tour, A. A. Boutell and 25 others of Detroit asking for municipal suffrage with educational qualifications.

Referod to the committee on Judiciary. No. 806. By Mr. Newkirk: Memorial of the Women's Parliamentary Class of Detroit.

On demand of Mr. Newkirk, The memorial was read at length, and spread at large on the Journal, as follows: To the Members of the House of Representatives :

We, the undersigned, earnestly petition your Honorable body to pass the municipal suffrage bill giving women the ballot in the cities of Michi. gan with the educational qualification therein specified. And also the amendment to the Detroit charter giving municipal suffrage with an educational qualification to the women of our city.

MILICENT B. HATCH, Chairman. M. PAMELIA CLOUGH, Sec. In behalf of the 44 members of the Woman's Parliamentary Class. Referred to the committee on Judiciary.

REPORTS OF STANDING COMMITTEES,

By the committee on State affairs:
The committee on State affairs, to whom was referred
Senate bill No. 131 (file No. 164), entitled

A bill to establish a permanent State weather service in this State co-operating with the weather bureau, U. S. department of agriculture, for the purpose of the collection and compilation of climatic and meteorologic data, the accurate and rapid dissemination of daily weather forecasts, also frost and cold wave warnings and the weather crop conditions, the same to be used for the benefit of the agricultural, commercial and scientific interests of the State, and making an appropriation therefor.

Respectfully report that they have had the same under consideration, and have directed me to report the same back to the House, without recommendation, and ask to be discharged from the further consideration of the subject.

E. L. KINGSLAND, Chairman. Report accepted and committee discharged. On motion of Mr. Redfern, The bill was laid on the table. By the committee on State affairs: The committee on State affairs, to whom was referred House bill No. 584, entitled A bill for the more effectual prevention of cruelty to children.

Respectfully report that they have had the same under consideration, and have directed me to report the same back to the House and recommend that the bill be referred to the committee on Judiciary.

E. L. KINGSLAND, Chairman. Report accepted and committee discharged. On motion of Mr. Kingsland, The bill was referred to the committee on Judiciary. By the committee on State affairs: The committee on State affairs, to whom was referred House bill No. 693, entitled A bill to provide for the incorporation of mutual fire insurance companies.

Respectfully report that they have had the same under consideration, and have directed me to report the same back to the House, without amendment, and recommend that it do pass, and ask to be discharged from the further consideration of the subject.

E. L. KINGSLAND, Chairman. Report accepted and committee discharged.

The bill was ordered printed, referred to the committee of the whole and placed on the general order.

By the committee on State Prison:
The committee on State Prison, to whom was referred
House bill No. 637, entitled

A bill appropriating money for building, repairs, and other necessary improvements of the State Prison at Jackson.

Respectfully report that they have had the same under consideration, and have directed me to report the same back to the House, without amendment, and recommend that it do pass, and ask to be discharged from the further consideration of the subject.

G. C. GREEN, Chairman. Report accepted and committee discharged. The bill was referred to the committee on Ways and means.

MESSAGES FROM THE SENATE.

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The Speaker announced the following:

SENATE CHAMBER,

Lansing, May 9, 1893. To the Speaker of the House of Representatives :

SIR-I am, instructed by the Senate to transmit to the House the following bill:

Senate bill No. 456, entitled

A bill to amend section 6 of act No. 319 of the local acts of 1875, entitled “An act to incorporate the village of Freemont in the county of Newaygo," approved April 23, 1875.

Which has passed the Senate by a majority vote of all the Senators. elect, and in which the concurrence of the House is respectfully asked.

Very respectfully,

DENNIS E. ALWARD,

Secretary of the Senate. The bill was read a first and second time by its title and, pending its reference to a committee,

On motion of Mr. Hilton,

The rules were suspended, two-thirds of all the members present voting therefor, and the bill was put upon its immediate passage.

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

YEAS.
Mr. Anderson
Mr. Henry

Mr. Raymond
Bagot
Hicks, E.,

Redfern
Barkworth
Hicks, J. F.,

Roberts
Bathey
Hilton

Rogner
Bishop
Holmes

Rose
Blakley
Hoyt

Schellberg
Brenner
Huggett

Sherman
Buell
Jones

Smalley
Butler
Kellogg

Smith
Campbell, H. F., Kingsland

Sparling
Chamberlain
Kingsley

Strong
Covell
Kline

Sullivan
Crippen
McKinstry

Sumner
Curtiss, G. M.,
Miller

Thompson

1898.)

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

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Mr. Davock
Mr. Mohr

Mr. Tripp
Dodge
Moody

Wagar
Ewing
Morse

Wagner
Ferguson, W. W., Mudge

Watson
Gilday
Newkirk

Weeks
Gluecklich
Norman

White
Gordon
Norrington

Wildey
Green
Perkins

Wisner
Hartson
Place

Speaker
Harwood

70 NAYS.

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

By a vote of two-thirds of all the members elect, the bill was ordered to take immediate effect. The Speaker also announced the following:

SENATE CHAMBER,

Lansing, May 9, 1893. To the Speaker of the House of Representatives :

SIR-I am instructed by the Senate to return to the House the following bill:

House bill No. 882, entitled

A bill to authorize the village of Bad Axe, in the county of Huron, to raise money by bonding the village to construct water works,

And to inform the House that the Senate has amended the same, as follows:

1. By striking out of line 1, of section 3, the words "a majority” and inserting in lieu thereof the word "two-thirds."

In the passage of which as thus amended the Senate has concurred by a majority vote of all the Senators elect, and by a vote of two-thirds of all the Senators elect, has ordered the same to take immediate effect.

Very respectfully,
DENNIS E. ALWARD,

Secretary of the Senate. The question being on concurring in the amendment made by the Senate for the bill,

On motion of Mr. Sparling, The House concurred, a majority of all the members elect voting therefor, by yeas and nays, as follows:

YEAS.
Mr. Hammond

Mr. Norrington
Hartson

Perkins
Harwood

Place
Henry

Raymond
Hicks, E.,

Redfern
Hicks, J. F.,

Roberts
Hilton

Rogner
Holmes

Rose
Campbell, H. F.,
Hoyt

Schellberg
Cartwright
Huggett

Smalley
Chamberlain
Kellogg

Smith

Mr Anderson

Bagot
Barkworth
Bathey
Bishop
Blakley
Buell
Butler

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JOURNAL OF THE

[May 10,

Mr. Covell
Mr. Kingsley

Mr. Sparling
Crippen
Lyon

Strong
Curtiss, G. M.,
McKinstry

Sumner
Davock
Miller

Thompson
Dodge
Moody

Wagar
Ewing
Moore

Wagner
Ferguson, W. W., Morse

Watson
Gilday
Mudge

Weeks
Gluecklich
Newkirk

Wildey
Gordon
Norman

Speaker
Green

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NAYS.
Mr. Baum
Mr. Kline

Mr. White
Brenner
Mohr

Wisner
Kingsland
Sullivan

8 The bill was referred to the committee on Engrossment and enrollment for enrollment.

THIRD READING OF BILLS.

House bill No. 381 (file No. 303), entitled

A bill to provide a penalty for malicious injury to or use of telegraph and telephone instruments and the unauthorized reading or copying messages therefrom.

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

Mr. Barkworth moved to amend the bill by striking out in lines 13, 14, 15 and 16, section 1 the words “misdemeanor and shall be punished by a fine of not less than ten dollars nor more than one hundred dollars, or by imprisonment in the county jail for a period of not less than ten days nor more than ninety days or by both fine and imprisonment within the limits hereinbefore specified, at the discretion of the court," and inserting in lieu thereof the following: “felony and on conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine of not more than five hundred dollars or by imprisonment in the State Prison for a period of not more than two years or by both such fine and imprisonment in the discretion of the court.”

Which motion prevailed, two-thirds of all the members present voting therefor.

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

YEAS.
Mr. Anderson
Mr. Gluecklich

Mr. Norrington
Bagot
Gordon

Raymond
Barkworth
Green

Redfern
Bathey
Hammond

Roberts
Baum
Hart

Rogner
Bennett
Hartson

Rose
Bishop
Harwood

Schellberg
Blakley
Henry

Sheldon
Brenner
Hicks, E.,

Sherman
Buell
Hoyt

Smith
Butler
Huggett

Strong
Campbell, H. F., Kellogg

Sullivan

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