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PART V.

HISTORY OF SENATE JOINT RESOLUTIONS IN THE HOUSE.

(References are to page numbers of the Journal.)

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S.J.R. 1. Proposing an amendment to section 13, Article 5 of the Constitu

tion, with reference to the time during which a session of the

Legislature may continue:
file No. 15.
introduced by Senator William L. Case.
received March 26, referred to Committee on Revision and Amend-

ment of the Constitution...
reported favorably, April 1, placed on general orders...
considered in Committee of Whole, April 2, placed on order of third

reading ...,

read third time, not passed, April 3.
S.J.R. 2. Proposing an amendment to Article 8 of the State Constitution-

creation of metropolitan districts:.
file No. 31.
introduced by Senator Condon.
received February 17, referred to Committee on Revision and

Amendment of the Constitution...
reported favorably, March 6, placed on general orders..
considered in Committee of Whole, March 9, progress reported.
considered in Committee of Whole, March 10, amended, placed on

order of third reading....
rule suspended, read third time, passed, returned, March 10.
retransmission by Senate requested, March 11...
re-received from Senate, March 13, rule suspended, reconsidered,

amended, passed, re-returned....
S.J.R. 5. Proposing an amendment to sections 3 and 4 of Article 5 of the

Constitution, relative to the manner of electing Representatives
to the Legislature in counties entitled to more than one repre-

sentative:
file No. 207.
introduced by Senator Wood.
received April 3, referred to Committee on Revision and Amend-

ment of the Constitution.....
reported favorably, April 24, placed on general orders.
considered in Committee of Whole, April 27, referred to Committee

on Judiciary

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1050 PART VI.

HISTORY OF HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS IN THE HOUSE.

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1. For holding of joint convention to receive inaugural message of

Governor:
offered by Mr. Farrier, January 7, adopted by House..

Senate concurrence received, January 8...
2. Providing for the mailing of the daily Journal:

offered by Mr. Holland, January 7, adopted by House..

Senate concurrence received, January 8...
3. Providing for the election of a postmaster and an assistant post-

master:
offered by Mr. Look, January 7, adopted by House.

Senate concurrence received, January 8...
4. Commending Hon. Andrew B. Daugherty for his efforts to prevent

improper diversion of the waters of the Great Lakes:
offered by Mr. Howell, January 15, referred to Committee on Rules

and Resolutions

reported favorably, January 20, adopted by House.. 5. Protesting against the unlawful abstraction of the waters of Lake

Michigan by the Sanitary District of Chicago, or any other per

son or agency:
introduced by Mr. Howell, February 11, referred to Committee on

Rules and Resolutions
reported amended, February 12, adopted by House.
Senate concurrence received, February 17, Senate committee named

House committee named, February 17...
6. Proposing the rejection of the child labor amendment to the United

States Constitution:
introduced by Mr. Culver, February 11, referred to Committee on

Federal Relations
reported amended, February 12, made special order for Tuesday,

February 17, 3:00 p. m..
February 17, made special order for Friday, February 20, 10:30 a. m.

adopted by House, February 20...
7. Expressing appreciation of the life and character of Marion Leroy

Burton, President of the University of Michigan:
offered by Mr. Preston, February 18, rule suspended, adopted by

House
Senate concurrence received, February 19, House and Senate com-

mittees named to attend funeral.
8. For the observance of Inauguration Day:

offered by Mr. MacDonald, February 20, rule suspended, adopted

by House

Senate concurrence received, March 2. 9. To direct the attention of Congress to the unsatisfactory conditions

existing in the manufacture, sale and distribution of gasoline: offered by Mr. DeBoer, February 26, referred to Committee on

Rules and Resolutions 10. Relative to the death of Ex-Senator Charles E. Townsend:

offered by Mr. Evans, March 2, rule suspended, adopted by House..

Senate concurrence received, March 3..
11. Authorizing the consolidation of the Michigan Employment Institution

for the Blind and the Michigan School for the Blind:
offered by Mr. Farrand, March 4, referred to Committee on Rules

and Resolutions
reported amended, March 24, referred to Committee on Ways and

Means

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12. Requesting the Auditor General to furnish, at the close of the present

session, a detailed statement of all appropriations: offered by Mr. Curtis, March 6, rule suspended, adopted.

Senate concurrence received, April 27. 13. For final adjournment:

offered by Mr. Warner, March 11, referred to Committee on Rules

and Resolutions
reported amended, May 1, adopted by House.

Senate concurrence received, May 2..
14. Relative to the death of Ex-Representative Archibald Robertson:

offered by Mr. Howell, March 30, rule suspended, adopted by House

Senate concurrence received, March 31...
15. Directing the payment of a certain sum of money to Dennis C. Hage

for services in decorating the House of Representatives:
offered by Mr. Watson, May 1, rule suspended, adopted by House..

Senate concurrence received, May 1...
16. Relative to the death of Congressman Arthur B. Williams:

offered by Mr, Curtis, May 1, rule suspended, adopted by House..
Senate concurrence received, May 1..

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HISTORY OF SENATE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS IN THE HOUSE.

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1. Providing for assistance in the Legislative Reference Department:

received, January 7, adopted... 2. Prescribing the Joint Convention Rules for the Legislature:

received, January 7, adopted... 3. Prescribing the Joint Rules of the Senate and House of Representa

tives:

received, January 14, rule suspended, adopted.... 4. Providing for adjournment of the Legislature for more than three

days:

received, January 8, rule suspended, adopted.
6. Providing for adjournment of the Legislature for more than three

days:
received, January 15, rule suspended, amended, adopted...

reconsidered, amendment not adopted, resolution adopted.
7. Providing for adjournment of the two Houses of the Legislature from

January 22 to January 27:
received, January 22, rule suspended, tabled..

taken from table, January 22, adopted.....
8. Providing for adojurnment of the two Houses of the Legislature from

February 13 to February 16:

received, February 12, rule suspended, adopted.... 9. Petitioning the Republican State Central Committee to reconsider its

action in connection with secretaryship of organization:

received, March 2, rule suspended, adopted....
10. To provide for a commission to investigate and report on the advisabil-

ity of repealing obsolete statutes:
received, April 24, referred to Committee on Judiciary..
reported favorably, May 1, adopted.

House committee appointed, May 2.
11. Relative to purchase of the Detroit, Grand Haven and Milwaukee Rail-

road:
received, April 2, referred to Committee on Rules and Resolutions..

reported favorably, April 3, adopted.....
13. Petitioning various states to join in a conservation meeting to formu-

late uniform commercial fishing laws:
received, April 15, referred to Committee on Rules and Resolutions

reported favorably, May 1, adopted. 14. Relative to Constitutional Convention:

received, May 1, rule suspended, adopted.. 15. For the printing of enrolled acts:

received, May 2, rule suspended, adopted.... 16. Relative to the control and care of the legislative rooms:

received, May 2, rule suspended, adopted...

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HISTORY OF HOUSE RESOLUTIONS.

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1. Fixing the hour for the daily session:

offered by Mr. O'Beirne, January 7, adopted..... 2. For appointment of assistants to Clerk:

offered by Mr. Osborn, January 7, adopted... 3. For the appointment of employes by the Speaker:

offered by Mr. Snow, January 7, adopted.... 4. For appointment of committee to act with like committee from Senate

to inform Governor the two Houses have completed their organi

zation:

offered by Mr. Culver, January 7, adopted .... 5. For the adoption of House rules:

offered by Mr. MacDonald, January 7, adopted.... 6. For the mailing of daily Journals and bills:

offered by Mr. MacDonald, January 13, rule suspended, adopted.... 7. Expressing thanks of the House of Representatives to Woman's Relief

Corps for flag presented in memory of Representative Wm. O. Lee:

offered by Mr. Cowan, January 14, adopted.... 8. For the displaying of flag presented by Woman's Relief Corps:

offered by Mr. Curtis, January 14, adopted... 9. Expressing sympathy on death of Honorable Henry Clay McNitt:

offered by Mr. DeBoer, January 20, rule suspended, adopted... 10. Providing for traveling expenses of sub-committees of the Committee

on Ways and Means:

offered by Mr Farrier, January 27, rules suspended, adopted...... 11. Expressing appreciation for the re-decoration of the House chamber:

offered by Mrs. Anderson, January 28, rules suspended, adopted.... 12. Extending thanks to the Michigan Agricultural College for floral offer

ings:

offered by Mr. MacDonald, January 28, rules suspended, adopted... 13. Consenting to adjournment of the Senate for more than three days:

offered by Mr. Evans, January 28, rules suspended, adopted.. 14. Expressing sorrow at the death of the Honorable James Henry:

offered by Mr. Curtis, January 28, rules suspended, adopted....... 15. Relative to the purchase of a radio:

offered by Mr. DeBoer, March 2, referred to Committee on Rules

and Resolutions 16. Expressing sorrow at the death of Stephen Odell:

offered by Mr. Wade, March 3, rules suspended, adopted.... 17. Approving the appointment of Charles B. Warren as Attorney General:

offered by Mr. Wade, March 11, rules suspended, adopted....
18. To authorize an investigation of conditions at the State Public School

at Coldwater:
offered by Mr. Crutchfield, March 23, referred to Committee an Rules

and Resolutions
19. Relative to apportionment:

offered by Mr Callender, April 7, referred to Committee on Rules

and Resolutions 20. Relative to compensation of employes of the House:

offered by Mr. Strauch, April 27, rules suspended, referred to Com

mittee on Ways and Means...
reported favorably, April 27; tabled on motion.

taken from table, April 29, adopted.....
21. Expressing sorrow at the death of Honorable Nathan F. Simpson:

offered by Mr. Ming, April 29, rule suspended, adopted...
committee appointed to attend funeral...

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