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certified as senator-elect

2
chairman committee of the whole

.505, 1257, 1285
choice for U. S. senator, had he been present

65
petitions presented by

284, 332, 688
qualified

2
resolutions offered by:
No. 30. For an examination into the affairs of the Michigan state

agricultural society, and the advisability of state man-
agement of the same (concurrent).....

82
No. 31. To inquire as to the advisability of employing boys under
16 years of age as Senate messengers.

82
Scott, George G.:
appointed on standing committees

10, 11
bills introduced by:

No. 95. Establish a home and school for feeble minded children.. 114
No. 206. Amend county school commissioner act

277
No. 253. Amend the Detroit school law

530
No. 268. Provide for the amendment of city charters or local acts
of city concern

550
No. 269. Amend the general city incorporation act

550
No. 317. Provide for a commission to investigate the subject of
farm colonies '..

644
No. 447. Regulate gifts, grants, etc., for religious, charitable, etc.,

1158
certified as senator-elect

1
chairman committee of the whole

162
qualified

2
resolutions offered by:
No. 71. Ordering a recount of the votes cast for circuit judges

at the recent election in Wayne county (concurrent).. 1123
Scully, James:
recess appointment, member Railroad commission.

28
reported favorably

1562
confirmed

1565
Secretary of the Senate:
Elbert V. Chilson elected

12
qualified

13
authorized to make needed corrections in journal.

14
committee clerks placed under direction of

20
authorized to purchase furniture and toilet room supplies.

21
assistants appointed

32
directed to assist the recount committees

1192, 1262
directed to mail the Journals

36
directed to publish the Journal, etc.

1289, 1322
Secretary of state:
certificates by, of membership of Senate..

1-2
primary nominees for U. S. senator.

5-8
asked for compiled laws and session laws since 1897.

35
Select committees:

see Committees of the Senate.
Senate:
organization of

1-11
Senate chamber:
use of tendered the senators of 1907, for their reunion.....

1043
Senators-elect:
certified list of

1-2
Senator, United States:
certificates of nominations ať primaries.

5-8
hour for naming, fixed...

58
naming of

64-5
Sergeant-at-arms:
Richard D. O'Keefe elected

12
qualified

13
directed to aid the recount committees

1192, 1262-3
assistants appointed

33

92

Sessions:
hour for daily

14
Sharp, Dr. Frank E.:
nominated member Board of examiners in dentistry.

31
reported favorably

1563
confirmed

1565
Shaw, Edwin 0.:
recess appointment, member Board of managers soldiers' home.

28
reported unfavorably

1565
confirmed

1572
Shepherd's annotations:
purchase of, authorized

48
Sheppard Co., Frank:
bill of, allowed

84
Simons, ex-Senator Charles C.:
invited to, and addressed the Senate

98
Simons Dry Goods Co.:
bill of, allowed

84
Simpson, Rev. H. J.:
religious exercises conducted by

593, 613, 633
Smith, Bertha W.:

appointed Senate stenographer
assigned for duty

49
Smith, Clarence B.:
appointed assistant secretary

32
Smith, F. Bruce:

nominated member Board of trustees employment institution for the
blind

31
reported favorably

1564
confirmed

1565
Smith, Gurdon B.:
bill of, allowed

.84, 1486
Smith Premier Typewriter Co.:
bill of, allowed

1486
Smith, Senator William Alden:
telegram from relative to Sulloway pension bill.

244
Smith Printing Co., Robert:
bill of, allowed

1486
Snell, Lawrence W.:
appointed acting president

1467
appointed on conference committee

1298
select committees

. 14, 20, 959
standing committees

10, 11
bills introduced by:
No. 37. Amend constitution for woman suffrage...

54
No. 49. Relative to bankers, brokers and exchange dealers..

75
No. 152. Amend general banking law

196
No. 153. Amend the general railroad incorporation act
No. 154. Regulate production and sale of certified milk
No. 238. Amend the general banking law ...,

339
No. 291. Amend department of labor act

604
No. 434. Prohibit drivers of milk wagons to tamper in any way
with the covers of milk bottles..

982
No. 438. Amend act to regulate assessments in villages of High-

land Park, etc.
certified as senator-elect
chairman committee of the whole

774, 1182, 1187
petitions presented by

.520, 1202
resolutions offered by:
No. 4. For committee to inform the House that the Senate is or-

ganized and ready for business
No. 20. Authorizing the president to appoint a stenographer and
messenger for his office

21
testimony in Townsend-Bradley case

483

196
196

1029

Soldiers' home:
standing committee on, appointment of

11
Soldiers' home, Board of managers of:
members of, see Foote, E. H.

Grabill, Elliott F.
Griswold, Dr. J. B.
Shaw, Edwin C.

Stevenson, T. G.
Special committees:

see Committees of the Senate.
Sprague, Jonathan A.:
elected postmaster

13, 33
qualified

13
pay for pre-session services

33
conducted religious exercises .41, 47, 189, 331, 497, 553, 687, 855, 885, 1115
Stahl & Son, J.:
bill of, allowed

84
Standing committees:
appointment of

10-11
clerks and stenographers for

49-51
grouping of in committee rooms.

49-51
State affairs:
standing committee on, appointment of

11
State affairs, committee on:

report relieving Sherman M. Townsend as assistant sergeant-at-arms.. 149
State asylum:
standing committee on, appointment of

11
State asylum, Board of trustees of:

member of, see ckus, Charles F.
State board of education:

member of, see Nadal, Thomas W.
State board of health:
members of, see Connor, Dr. Leartus M.

Dixon, Dr. Robert L.
Harrington, George S.
Koon, Dr. Thomas M.

Kellogg, Dr. John H.
State board of optometry:
receipts and expenditures of, since organization

668
State boards (certain specified):
receipts and expenses reported in detail by auditor general...

665-9
State house of correction and branch state prison, Board of control of:

member of, see Johnston, William H.
State institutions:
notified to hasten forward their budgets. .

20
State lands, Forestry and:
standing committee on, appointment of

10
State library:
standing committee on, appointment of

11
State park commission, Mackinac Island:

member of, see Weil, Louis H.
State prison at Jackson:
standing committee on, appointment of

11
State prison, Board of control of Michigan:

member of, see Wernicke, 0. H. L.
State prison at Marquette:
standing committee on, appointment of

11
State public school, Board of control of:

member of, see Turner, George H.
State sanatorium, Board of trustees of:
members of, see

Hinsdale, Wilbert B.

Heath, J. A.
State tuberculosis sanatorium:
standing committee on, appointment of

11

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Stenographer:
Georgia Raymond appointed president's..

21
Stenographers:
appointed

33
assigned to committees

.20, 49-51
Stevenson, T. G.:
nominated member Board of managers of soldiers' home.

.31, 331
reported favorably and confirmed

500, 1579
Stickley, Albert:
nominated member Board of control Michigan reformatory.

224
reported favorably and confirmed

.246, 1577-8
Subsidiary motion:
ruling as to status of

611
Supplies:
secretary authorized to purchase, for cloak and toilet rooms.

21
Supplies and expenditures, committee on:
expense bills allowed by..

.84, 217, 640, 1486
Supplies and expenses:
standing committee on, appointment of.

11

T.
Tacey, Elizabeth:

recess appointment, member Board of registration, etc., of nurses... 28
reported favorably

1562
confirmed

1565
Taxation:
standing committee on, appointment of

11
Tax commission, State:
George B. Horton nominated member of.....

31
confirmed without reference

32
Taylor, Walter A.:
appointed on conference committee

1433
select committees..

.77, 98, 156, 539
special committees

1263. 1386
standing committees

10, 11
bills introduced by:

No. 33. Provide deputies for certain county officers.
No. 56. Amend act providing for fish shutes

76
No. 109. Reporting of occupational diseases by physicians.

126
No. 136. Provide for agricultural, industrial 'and trade courses of
study in public schools

161
No. 137. Amend general fish protection act

161
No. 157. Specific tax on mortgages

197
No. 185. Amend act for maintenance of poor persons.

236
No. 243. Amend act to protect the good name of certain persons..

340
No. 256. Amend general highway law

531
No. 320. Repeal act for taking fish from Corey lake..

656
No. 321. Repeal act for taking suckers from Corey, Kaisers and
Clear lakes

656
No. 326. Provide for disposition of constitutional debates..

677
No. 341. Provide for publication of index of individual military
records

708
No. 342. Authorize state to condemn property for public use.

708
No. 346. Amend act for incorporation of companies to do any lawful
business

732
No. 381. Permit of a retirement fund for teachers in cities of
8,000 or over

813
No. 382. Regulate billiard and pool rooms outside of incorporated
cities and villages

839
No. 386. Amend the general railroad law

840
No. 397. Amend act for publication of state documents.
No. 436. Permit use of county drains for sewage disposal

1028

876

certified as senator-elect

1
chairman committee of the whole

127
petitions presented by.. ..145, 171, 203, 226, 266, 498, 535, 671, 719, 823,

887, 997, 1076, 1115, 1116, 1202.
position in matter of the visitation of state institutions by the commit-
tees

119
qualified

2
remarks in memoriam Senator Fox

16
resolutions offered by:
No. 10. Tribute of respect to the memory of Senator Fox, recently
deceased

16
No. 21. Declaring Jonathan A. Sprague, postmaster, and Fred H.

Meyers assistant postmaster for the Legislature of 1911
(concurrent)

32
No. 22. To pay Jonathan A. Sprague for pre-session services as
postmaster

33
No. 69. Authorizing the railroad commission to take steps for the

readjustment of rates of fare in the G. R. & I. R. R.,

between Michigan and Indiana points (concurrent) 997
No. 83. Fixing the hour for convening on the final day of this
session (concurrent)

1387
No. 89. Appreciation of the services of the lieutenant governor
and the president pro tem...

1489
Taylor, William A.:

certified as the primary election nominee of the prohibition party for
U. S. senator

ī
Thompson, William B.:
invited to, and addressed the Senate

539
Thompson, Rev. W. H.:
religious exercises conducted by...

..223, 239
Tinkham, Henry B.:
testimony in Townsend-Bradley case.

492
Tooker, E. S.:
bill for typewriter rentals, allowed

1486
Towle, Arlen H.:
bill of, allowed

217
Townsend-Bradley case:
Sherman M. Townsend appointed assistant sergeant-at-arms.

33
relieved from duty

119
charges by against Senator Bradley

156
question of personal privilege by Senator Bradley.

156
resolution for investigation committee

155
committee of investigation named

156
report of investigating committee

239 13
report made special order

243
date for special order changed

255
report considered in special order

343-46
resolution for expulsion of Senator Bradley

344
testimony taken before committee..

347-495
letters from absent senators relative to

345-6
Townsend, Charles E.:

certified as the primary nominee of the republican party for U. S. senator 5
chosen U. S. senator

.64, 69-70
telegram of thanks for his election
addressed the Senate

810
Townsend, Sherman M.:
appointed assistant sergeant-at-arms

33
dismissal of

149
charges by, against Senator Bradley

156
testimony given before the committee

.347, 494
Townships, Counties and:
standing committee on, appointment of

10

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