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Lansing, March 30, 1911.

7:35 o'clock p. m.

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The Sergeant-at-Arms announced that the Senate Chamber had been prepared for the executive session.

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Mr. Collins moved that the Senate resolve itself into the committee of the whole on the

GENERAL ORDERS OF THE DAY.

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The motion prevailed.
The President pro tem. called Mr. Miller to the chair.
Mr. Collins moved that the Senate take up the consideration of
House bill No. 121 (file No. 73), entitled

A bill to authorize the operation of vasectomy or oophorectomy in
certain cases and to provide a penalty for the unauthorized use of said
operations.
The motion prevailed.

After some time spent in the consideration of the above entitled bill, the committee rose, and through its chairman made the following report:

The committee has had under consideration said bill and has amended the same as follows:

1. By striking out of line 1 of section 1 all after the word “board" and all of line 2 and the letter “g” off the word “boards.”

2. By striking out of line 4 of section 1 the words “each of” and the letter "s" off the word "institutions."

3. . By inserting in line 16 of section 1 after the word "oophorectomy" the word "salpingectomy."

4. By inserting in line 16 of section 1 after the word "charge" the words “or some other competent physician.”

And has directed its chairman to report the same back to the Senate, asking that the amendments be concurred in, and recommend that the bill be laid on the table.

GUY A. MILLER,

Chairman. The report was accepted.

The Senate concurred in the amendments made to the bill named in the report and in the recommendation of the committee that the bill be laid on the table.

Mr. White moved that the Executive Session close.
The motion prevailed, the time being 8:15 o'clock p. m.

Lansing, Wednesday, April 5, 1911.

3:10 o'clock p. m.

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The Sergeant-at-Arms announced that the Senate Chamber had been prepared for the executive session.

Mr. Miller moved to take from the table
House bill No. 321 (file No. 142), entitled

A bill relating to pandering, to define and prohibit the same, to provide for the punishment thereof, and for the competency of certain eridence at the trial therof.

The motion prevailed.

The bill was read a third time, and pending the taking the vote on the passage thereof,

Mr. Moriarty moved to amend the bill as follows:

1. By striking out of line 5 of section 2 the words “less than two nor."

2. By striking out of line 5 of section 3 the words “less than two nor."

3. By striking out of line 7 of section 5. the words “less than two nor."

The question being on receiving the amendments,

The amendments were received, a majority of the senators-elect voting therefor.

The amendments were then adopted.
The question being on the passage of the bill,
Mr. Collins moved to amend the bill as follows:

By striking out of line 31 of section 1 the word "thirty” and inserting in lieu thereof the word “fifteen.”

The question being on receiving the amendment,

The amendment was not received, a majority of the Senators-elect not voting therefor.

The question being on the passage of the bill,
Mr. F. D. Scott moved to amend the bill as follows:
By striking out of line 30 of section 1 the words "less than two nor."
The question being on receiving the amendment,

The amendment was received, a majority of the Senators-elect voting therefor.

The amendment was then adopted.
The question being on the passage of the bill,
Mr. Miller moved to amend the bill as follows:

1. By striking out of lines 17 and 18 of section 1 the words “or not being her husband for the purpose of sexual intercourse.”

2. By striking out of lines 20 and 21 of section 1 the words "or not being her husband for the purpose of sexual intercourse."

3. By striking out of lines 28 and 29 of section 1 the words "or not being her husband for the purpose of sexual intercourse." The question being on receiving the amendments,

The amendments were received, a majority of the Senators-elect voting therefor.

The amendments were then adopted.

The question being on the passage of the bill,
Mr. Moriarty moved that the bill be laid on the table.
The motion prevailed.

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Mr. Miller moved that the executive session close.
The motion prevailed, the time being 3:45 o'clock p. m.

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The Sergeant-at-Arms announced that the Senate Chamber had been prepared for the executive session.

REPORTS OF STANDING COMMITTEES.

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By the Committee on Executive Business.

The Committee on Executive Business to which was referred the following nominations to office by the Governor:

Dr. Charles H, Oakman of Detroit, county of Wayne, as a member of the Board of Health of the city of Detroit, for the term ending February 28, 1915;

Frank H. Jones of Wayne, county of Wayne, as a member of the Board of Jury Commissioners for Wayne county for the term ending February 28, 1917;

John B. Greenburg of Detroit, county of Wayne, as a member of the Board of Jury Commissioners for Wayne county, for the term ending February 28, 1917;

Respectfully reports that it has had the same under consideration and recommends that the Senate advise and consent to the said nominations to office.

OTTO FOWLE,

Chairman. The report was accepted.

Mr. Fowle moved that the Senate advise and consent to the foregoing nominations to office.

The motion prevailed.

Mr. Miller moved that the vote on said nominations be taken collectively.

The motion prevailed.

The Senate then advised and consented to the foregoing nominations to office, a majority of the Senators present voting therefor, by yeas and nays, as follows:

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Mr. Fowle moved that the executive session close.
The motion prevailed, the time being 10:45 o'clock p. m.

Lansing, Friday, April 14, 1911.

12:10 o'clock p. m.

The Sergeant-at-Arms announced that the Senate Chamber had been prepared for the executive session.

REPORTS OF STANDING COMMITTEES.

By the Committee on Executive Business.

The Committee on Executive Business to which was referred the following nominations to office by the Governor:

Calvin A. Palmer of Manistee, county of Manistee, as Commissioner of Insurance, for the term beginning July 1, 1911, and ending June 30, 1913;

Thomas May of Detroit, county of Wayne, as member of the Board of Jury Commissioners of Wayne County, for the term ending April 30. 1917;

Respectfully reports that it has had the same under consideration and recommends that the Senate advise and consent to the said nominations to office.

JAMES WETER,

Acting Chairman. The report was accepted.

Mr. Weter moved that the Senate advise and consent to the foregoing nominations to office, and that the vote on said nominations be taken collectively.

The motion prevailed.

The Senate then advised and consented to the foregoing nominations to office, a majority of the Senators present voting therefor, by yeas and nars, as follows:

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Mr. Weter moved that the executive session close.
The motion prevailed, the time being 12:15 o'clock p. m.

Lansing, Monday, April 17, 1911.

5:25 o'clock p. m.

The Sergeant-at-Arms announced that the Senate Chamber had been prepared for the executive session.

REPORTS OF STANDING COMMITTEES.

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By the Committee on Executive Business.

Committee on Executive Business to which was referred the following nomination to office by the Governor:

Dr. Robert L. Dixon, Ann Arbor, Washtenaw county, as a member of the State Board of Health for the term ending March 29, 1917;

Respectfully reports that it has the same under consideration and recommends that the Senate advise and consent to the said nomination to office.

L. WHITNEY WATKINS,

Acting Chairman. The report was accepted.

Mr. Watkins moved that the Senate advise and consent to the foregoing nomination to office.

The motion prevailed.

The Senate then advised and consented to the foregoing nomination to office, a majority of the Senators present voting therefor, by yeas and nays, as follows:

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