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Panama canal exposition:
telegram from governor of Louisiana relative to...

105
California relative to

135
letter from governor of California asking appointment of commission
and cooperation in

283
members of, see

Russell, F. J.
Bradley, James B.

Rumer, James F.
Pastors of city churches:
invited to conduct religious exercises at opening of daily sessions...

21
Pattengill, Henry R.:
recess appointment, member Board of library commissioners.

29
reported unfavorably

1566
confirmed

1571
Pellett, Wayne:
appointed committee clerk

33
assigned for duty

50
Pettit, A. D.:
appointed committee clerk

33
assigned for duty

50
Pharmacy, State board of:
members of, see

Boden, E. T.

Collins, Will E.
receipts and expenditures of since organization

666
Phillips, Edward A.:
recess appointment, member Board of control Michigan reformatory.

29
reported favorably

1563
confirmed

1565
Pienta, Lewis:
appointed floor messenger

33
Pontiac, asylum for insane at:
appointment of standing committee on

10
Postage:
for mailing journals

36
Potter, George E.:
recess appointment, member Detroit board of health......

(not reported out by committtee.)
Powers, Perry F.:
nominated to be commissioner of labor

31
recommended favorably

1564
not confirmed

1567
President of the Senate:

address at opening of session of 1911
authorized to appoint certain employes

33, 51
stenographer and messenger

21
stenographer appointed by

21
messenger appointed by

21
standing committees announced by

10
Press clerk:
appointment of authorized

20
mileage for

42
Preston,

:
testimony in Townsend-Bradley case.

481
Preston & Schultz:
bill of, allowed

640
Printing:
standing committee on, appointment of

10
Prison, Board of control of Michigan state:

member of, see Wernicke, O. H. L.
Proof reader:
Grace McAaron appointed

32
Public accounts, claims and:
standing committee on, appointment of

10

29

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14

Public buildings:
standing committee on, appointment of

10
Public health:
standing committee on, appointment of

10
Public schools, education and:
standing committee on, appointment of

10
Putney, Charles G.:
appointed on committee of conference.

1209, 1433
select committees
standing committees

10, 11
bills introduced by:
No. 82. Amend act for payment of expense of pupils above eighth
grade, in another district ..

111
No. 83. Amend county school commissioner act.

111
No. 123. Appropriation for Agricultural college

151
No. 166. Amend township school district act...

206
No. 190. Plans for school buildings must be approved by Supt. pub-
lic instruction and board of health...

256
No. 191. * Salaries of deputy and cashier in state treasury

256
No. 192. Securities deposited in state treasury to pay a fee.

256
No. 363. Promote efficiency of school children by medical inspec-
tion

767
No, 364. Create a state school book commission

767
No. 365. Amend act for appointment of probate register.

767
No. 384. Amend act for publication of state documents

839
No. 414. Prevent the manufacture or use of devices similar to U.
S. coins

414
certified as senator-elect

2
chairman committee of the whole

645
directed to visit the industrial home for girls.

556
petitions presented by..

272, 520, 688, 823, 997, 1317
qualified

2
resolution offered by:
No. 33. Favoring the bill in congress “to promote the efficiency
of the life saving service" (concurrent)..

83
Putney, Elmore M.:
appointed floor messenger

33

224
.246, 1577-8

Q.
Quaintance. Marion F.:

nominated member Board of control northern Michigan asylum.

reported favorably and confirmed
Question of privilege: .
by Mr. Bradley

Cartier
Collins
Conley
Fowle
Mapes
Murtha
Taylor
Walter
Ward
Wiggins

156
119
119
636
578

9
614
119
785
620
723

R.
Railroad Commission, Michigan:
members of, see

Bice, James.
Dickinson, George W.
Glasgow, Cassius L.

Scully, James.
Railroads:

standing committee on, appointment of
Ratajezak, Frank:

appointed janitor

10

33
98

Raymond, Georgia:
appointed president's stenographer...

21
bill for typewriter rental, allowed

1486
Raymond, M. E.:
appointed janitor

33
Reardon, C. L.:
testimony in Townsend-Bradley case.

436
Recess:
resolution to dispense with usual ten day.

14
Recess appointments to office:
made by ex-Gov. Warner

27-30
Recess taken:
to listen to ex-Senator Bangham.

198
Bialy

1135
Brown

539
Burt
Dickinson

198
Fyfe

632
to listen to J. L. Hudson..

915
ex-Lieut. Gov. Kelley

539
ex-Senator Shields

958
Simons

98
Mayor Thompson

539
U. S. Senator Townsend

840
ex-Senator Wetmore

77
Reformatory, Board of control of Michigan:

member of, see Stickley, Albert.
Regent of the University (nominated to fill vacancy:

see Hanchett, Benjamin S.
Registration and examination of nurses, Board of:
members of, see

Flaws, Elizabeth G.
Leece, Jennie.
Scidmore, Dr. Arthur W.

Tacey, Elizabeth.
Reid, Rev. Dr. T. A.:
religious exercises conducted by

107, 121
Religious and benevolent societies:
standing committees on, appointment of

11
Religious exercises:
conducted by Brancheau, Rev. Fr. L. I.

. 135, 143, 945, 963
BI Rev. Frederick

..271, 283, 297
Hanks, Rev. C. H....

97
Hatfield, Rev. George B.

717, 747
Kruse, Rev. C. J...

519, 535
Lee, Rev. Fr. Thomas.

155
LeGear, Rev. James T.

1
Lowther, Rev. C. C.

821, 851
Reid, Rev. Dr. T. A...

.107, 121
Simpson, Rev. H. J.

.593, 613, 633
Sprague, Rev. Jonathan A. 41, 47, 189, 331, 497, 553, 687,

855, 885, 1115.
Thompson, Rev. W. H..

.223, 239
Williamson, Rev. Dr..

61, 81
Wilson, Rev. Horace Cady.

27
pastors of city churches invited to conduct, at daily sessions.

21
Remington Typewriter Co.:
bill of, allowed...

.217, 640, 1486
Reporters, newspaper:
desks assigned to

15
Richmond & Backus Company, The:
bill of, allowed...

84, 217, 1486

Roads and bridges:
standing committee on, appointment of.....

11
Roberts, W. R.:
bill of, engrossing, allowed..

.84, 1486
Robinson Drug Co.:
bill of, allowed

640
Rooms:
assigned to standing committees

49-51
Root, United States Senator Elihu:
invited to address the Senate on “Direct legislation".

523
letter from declining invitation

582
Rosenkrans, William A.:
appointed on select committee

915
standing committees

10, 11
bills introduced by:
No. 22. Provide for liens on grain, etc...

42
No. 52. Appropriation for industrial school for boys.

75
No. 57. Provide a system of humane education

76
No. 111. Amend act for publication of laws, documents, etc.

126
No. 158. Amend act to increase efficiency of M. N. guard...

197
No. 159. Appropriation in relief of Shiawassee county for the
Durand affair

197
No. 178. Amend act organizing asylums for insane.

235
No. 198. Releasing Shiawassee county from liability for expense
of military at Durand

257
No. 209. Amend the general banking law.

277
No. 210. Amend the general banking law.

278
No. 218. Legalize Durand water and lighting bonds..

290
No. 219. Amend revised statutes, “Of fees of certain officers".

290
No. 249. Legalize bonds issued for water and light purposes.

516
No. 250. Amend primary election law...

516
No. 255. Amend general city incorporation act.

530
No. 283. Amend act for dividing townships and villages into election
districts

571
No. 306. Provide for inspection of analysis of sugar beets.

621
No. 329. Prevent manufacture or sale of misbranded insecticides
or fungicides ...

678
No. 329. Amend act for two circuit judges in Ingham county.

708
No. 340. Amend general banking law

708
No. 347. Amend soldiers' home act.

732
No. 348. Amend soldiers' home act

733
certified as senator-elect

2
chairman committee of the whole...

814
petitions presented by ...137, 211, 272, 273, 332, 498, 536, 554, 585, 595, 596,

613, 921, 932, 933.
qualified

2
resolutions offered by:
No. 5. Fixing the hour of the daily sessions...

14
No. 18. Authorizing the secretary to purchase the necessary furni-
ture and toilet room supplies

21
No. 65. Inviting Sylvia Pankhurst to address the Senate.

749
Ross, Lieut. Gov. John Q.:
president of the Senate

1
opening address of

3
resolution of sympathy for his sickness.

805
testimony in Townsend-Bradley case

445
Rounds, William A.:
appointed janitor

33
Rouser, C. J.:
bill of, allowed

.84, 217
Rowland, Marion 0.:
recess appointment, Commissioner of insurance.

29
reported favorably

1563
confirmed

1565

1

92

98
99

1487

1043

11

Rule 13:

notice of proposed amendment of
substitute for, offered, and referred to committee on rules and joint

rules

reported substitute, concurred in, new rule adopted
Rule 44:

suspension of
Rule 50:

enforcement of
Rules and joint rules:

standing committee on, appointment of
Rules of procedure:

adoption of
Ruling (by acting president):

status of a subsidiary motion
Rumer, James F.:

recess appointment, member of Board of pardons.

confirmed in open session
Russell, F. J.:

nominated member Board of pardons.

reported favorably and confirmed .
Russell, James:

see Impeachment of James Russell.

8,9

611

28
30

61
-73-4

S.
Saline interests:
standing committee on, appointment of

11
Salt inspector:
receipts of, pay all expenses and salaries.

668
Sanatorium, state tuberculosis:
standing committee on, appointment of

11
Sayre, Franklin P.:
nominated member Board of trustees industrial school for boys.

31
reported favorably

1564
confirmed

1565
School for the blind:
standing committee on, appointment of

11
School for the blind, Board of control of:

member of, see Holbrook, John.
School for boys, Industrial:
standing committee on, appointment of

10
School for the deaf:
standing committee on, appointment of

11
School for the deaf, Board of control of:

member of, see Wright, Allison L.
Scidmore, Dr. Arthur W.:
recess appointment, member Board of registration, etc., of nurses.

28
reported favorably

1562
confirmed

1565
Scott, F. D.:
appointed on conference committees.

1212, 1433, 1521
select committees

98
special committee

628
standing committees

10, 11
bills introduced by:
No. 282. Amend act to regulate common carriers.

571
No. 315. Amend the general banking law...

644
No. 318. Amend act to regulate common carriers.

655
No. 319. Regulate the manufacture and sale of fixed ammunition. 655
No. 357. Provide for a normal school at Alpena

744
No. 402. Amend act to define offenses against railroads.

901
No. 404. Enforcement of public order on interurban cars.

901
No. 418. Permitting the use of seines for catching certain kinds of
fish in lake St. Clair

1181

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