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So, a majority of the Senators present not, voting therefor,
The amendment was not seconded.
Mr. Davis moved the previous question.
The demand was geconded.
The question then being "Shall the main question now be put?"
The previous question was ordered.

The question then being on the passage of the bill, the roll was called and the Senators voted as follows:

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So, a majority of all the Senators-elect having voted therefor,
The bill was passed.
The Senate agreed to the title of the bill.
Mr. Clark moved that the bill be given immediate effect.
Upon which motion Mr. McRae demanded the yeas and nays.
The roll was called and the Senators voted as follows:

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So, two-thirds of all the Senators-elect not voting therefor,
The motion did not prevail.
Mr. Baker moved to reconsider the vote by which the motion to give the bill
immediate effect was defeated.

The motion prevailed.
Mr. Clark moved that the bill be given immediate effect,
The motion prevailed.

The motion prevailed, two-thirds of all the Senators-elect voting therefor, and the bill was given immediate effect.

The following entitled bill was read a third time:
Senate bill No. 256 (file No. 210), entitled

A bill to prescribe the manner of applying for pardons and paroles of prisoners; creating the office of Commissioner of Pardons and Paroles, prescribing his powers, duties and compensation, and repealing Act No. 150 of the Public Acts of 1893.

The question being on the passage of the bill, the roll was called and the Senators voted as follows:

YEAS-26.
Amon
Davis
McRae

Sink
Baker
Engel
Osborn

Smith (2nd Dist.)
Bolt
Hamilton
Penney

Tufts
Brower
Hicks
Phillips

Vandenboom
Bryant
Johnson
Riopelle

Wilcox
Clark
McArthur
Ross

Wood
Condon

McNaughton

NAYS—0. So, a majority of all the Senators-elect having voted therefor, The bill was passed. The Senate agreed to the title of the bill. On motion of Mr. Phillips, two-thirds of all the Senators-elect voting therefor, The bill was given immediate effect. The following entitled bill was read a third time: Senate bill No. 309 (file No. 292), entitled

A bill to authorize and empower courts of record having criminal jurisdiction other than circuit courts in the State of Michigan to try crimes and offenses committed at, upon or near to the boundaries of the jurisdiction of said court as fixed by statute.

The question being on the passage of the bill, the roll was called and the Senators voted as follows:

YEAS–24.

Amon
Davis
McRae

Sink
Baker
Engel
Osborn

Smith (2nd Dist.)
Bolt
Hamilton
Penney

Tufts
Brower
Hicks
Phillips

Vandenboom
Bryant
McArthur
Riopelle

Wilcox
Condon
McNaughton
Ross

Wood

NAYS—0. So, a majority of all the Senators-elect having voted therefor, The bill was passed. The Senate agreed to the title of the bill. On motion of Mr. Wood, two-thirds of all the Senators-elect voting therefor, The bill was given immediate effect. The following entitled bill was read a third time: Senate bill No. 232 (file No. 293), entitled

A bill to amend sections 3 and 4 of chapter 130 of the Revised Statutes of 1846, entitled “Of the foreclosure of mortgages by advertisement,” being sections 14951 and 14952 of the Compiled Laws of 1915.

The question being on the passage of the bill, the roll was called and the Senators voted as follows:

YEAS—25.
Amon
Davis
McRae

Sink
Baker
Engel
Osborn

Smith (2nd Dist.)
Bolt
Hamilton
Penney

Tufts
Brower
Hicks
Phillips

Vandenboom
Bryant
McArthur
Riopelle

Wilcox
Clark
McNaughton
Ross

Wood
Condon

NAYS-0.

So, a majority of all the Senators-elect having voted therefor,
The bill was passed.
The Senate agreed to the title of the bill.

The following entitled bill was read a third time:
Senate bill No. 302 (file No. 286), entitled

A bill to advance the science of jurisprudence, to promote reform in the law, to facilitate and improve the administration of justice, to uphold the integrity, honor and courtesy of the members of the legal profession and to provide for the government of the bar of Michigan.

The question being on the passage of the bill, the roll was called and the Senators voted as follows:

YEAS—26.

Amon
Baker
Bolt
Brower
Bryant
Clark
Condon

Davis
Engel
Hamilton
Hicks
McArthur
McNaughton
McRae

Osborn
Penney
Phillips
Riopelle
Ross
Sink

Smith (2nd Dist.)
Smith (11th Dist.)
Tufts
Vandenboom
Wilcox
Wood

So, a majority of all the Senators-elect having voted therefor,
The bill was passed.
The Senate agreed to the title of the bill.

The following entitled bill was read a third time:
Senate bill No. 187 (file No. 235), entitled

A bill to amend section 18 of chapter LVIII of Act No. 314 of the Public Acts of 1915, entitled "An act to revise and consolidate the statutes relating to the organization and jurisdiction of the courts of this State; the powers and duties of such courts and of the judges and other officers thereof; the forms of civil actions; the time within which civil actions and proceedings may be brought in said courts; pleading, evidence, practice and procedure in civil actions and proceedings in said courts; to provide remedies and penalties for the violation of certain provisions of this act and to repeal all acts and parts of acts inconsistent with, or contravening any of the provisions of this act," being section 13967 of the Compiled Laws of 1915.

The question being on the passage of the bill, the roll was called and the Sen. ators voted as follows:

YEAS—11.

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So, a majority of all the Senators-elect not having voted therefor,
The bill was not passed.

The following entitled bill was read a third time:
Senate bill No. 298 (file No. 277), entitled

A bill to amend section 7 of Act No. 205 of the Public Acts of 1887, entitled “An act to revise the laws authorizing the business of banking and to establish a banking department for the supervision of such business," being section 7973 of the Compiled Laws of 1915, as amended by Act No. 379 of the Public Acts of 1919.

The question being on the passage of the bill, the roll was called and the Senators voted as follows:

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So, two-thirds of all the Senators-elect not having voted therefor,
The bill was not passed.
Mr. Wood moved to reconsider the vote by which the Senate failed to pass the
bill.

The motion prevailed.
Mr. Wood moved that the bill be laid on the table.
The motion prevailed.

Recess.

Mr. Davis moved that the Senate take a recess until 2:00 o'clock p. m.
The motion prevailed the time being 12:01 o'clock p. m.

The Senate reconvened at the expiration of the recess and was called to order by the President.

A quorum of the Senate was present.

The Senate resumed the order of

Third Reading of Bills.

The following entitled bill was read a third time:
Senate bill No. 265 (file No. 218), entitled
A bill to require public utilities to pay interest on guaranty deposits.
Pending the taking of the vote on the passage of the bill,
Mr. Ross offered the following amendments:

(1) Section 1, line 4, after the word "of,” strike out "six,” and insert in lieu thereof "four."

(2) Section 1, line 6, after the word "for," strike out "three,” and insert in lieu thereof "six.”

The amendments were seconded, a majority of the Senators present voting therefor.

The amendments were then considered and agreed to, a majority of all the Senators-elect voting therefor.

Pending the order that, under rule 37, the bill lie over one day,

Mr. Ross moved that the rule be suspended and that the bill be placed on its immediate passage.

The motion prevailed, two-thirds of the Senators present voting therefor.

The question then being on the passage of the bill, the roll was called and the Senators voted as follows:

YEAS–27.

Amon
Baker
Bolt

Davis
Engel
Hamilton

McRae
Osborn
Penney

Smith (2nd Dist.)
Smith (11th Dist.)
Tufts

Brower Bryant Clark Condon

Hicks
Johnson
McArthur
McNaughton

Phillips
Riopelle
Ross
Sink

Vandenbocm
Wilcox
Wood

NAYS—0.

So, a majority of all the Senators-elect having voted therefor,
The bill was passed:
The Senate agreed to the title of the bill.

The following entitled bill was read a third time:
House bill No. 288 (file No. 116), entitled

A bill prescribing the limits of a channel at the mouth of Kalamazoo river for the passage of fish, in which the setting of pound nets is prohibited.

Pending the taking of the vote on the passage of the bill, Mr. Penney offered the following amendments: (1) Section 1, line 2, after the word “Michigan," insert "or Saginaw Bay."

(2) Section 1, line 2, after the words “on either side of the" strike out "mouth of the Kalamazoo river" and insert in lieu thereof "mouths of the Kalamazoo or Saginaw rivers."

The amendments were seconded, a majority of the Senators present voting therefor.

The amendments were then considered and agreed to, a majority of all the Senators-elect voting therefor.

Pending the order that, under rule 37, the bill lie over one day, Mr. Penney moved that the rule be suspended and that the bill be placed on its immediate passage.

The motion prevailed, two-thirds of the Senators present voting therefor.

The question then being on the passage of the bill, the roll was called and the Senators' voted as follows:

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So, a majority of all the Senators-elect having voted therefor,
The bill was passed.
The question being on agreeing to the title,
Mr. Penney moved to amend the title so as to read as follows:

A bill prescribing the limits of a channel at the mouths of the Kalamazoo and Saginaw rivers for the passage of fish, in which the setting of pound nets is prohibited.

The motion prevailed, and the title of the bill was so amended.
The Senate agreed to the title of the bill as amended.

The following entitled bill was read a third time:
House bill No. 268 (file No. 78), entitled

A bill to amend section 1 of Act No. 171 of the Public Acts of 1899, entitled "An act to set aside the submerged and swamp lands in the State of Michigan bordering upon the great lakes and the bayous thereof for a public park, de fining the limits thereof and providing for its care and management,” being compilers' section 400 of the Compiled Laws of 1915.

The question being on the passage of the bill, the roll was called and the Senators voted as follows:

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