Proceedings and Debates of the Constitutional Convention of the State of Michigan; Convened in the City of Lansing, Tuesday, October 22, 1907 ... Official Report Volume 2

Proceedings and Debates of the Constitutional Convention of the State of Michigan; Convened in the City of Lansing, Tuesday, October 22, 1907 ... Official Report Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1907 edition. Excerpt: ...the first seven clauses of the proposal are passed. ' _ The question now is on the passage of the balance of the proposal. The question was taken on the balance of the proposal, and there were yeas 60, nays 27, as follows: YEAS---Messrs. Babcock, Baldwin, C. E., Barbour, Barnett, Broomfield, Brown, T. H., Burt, Calverley, Campbell, G. R., Campbell, ' H. M., Cavanaugh, Chandler, Cook, Cranor, Dawson, Fairlie, Flanmgan, Fleischhauer, Foster, Freeman, Fyfe, Gore, Hall, Hally, Hawkins, Heckert, Hemans, Holmes, Houk, Ingram, Kilpatrick, Knowles, Louisell, Manchester, Merrell, Milnes, Monfort, Moore, A. L., Morgan. Nichols, Oberdorffer, Pratt, Robertson, Rockwell, Rowe, Russell, Salliotte, Sawyer, Sharpe, Simons, Smith, 0. H., Taylor, Thompson, Turnbull, Van Kleeck, Walbridge, Walton, Watson, Woodrutf, President--60. NAYS--.iessrs. Acker, Adams, Atwood, Baird, Baldwin, Ii'. J., Barnaby, Black, Brown, J. G., Burt, Coomer, l)eLand, Deuel, Jones, Lillie, Moore, G. W., Osmun, Post, Shaw, Smith. J. M. C., Snow, Sutherland, Thew, Thomas, Townsend, Wicksall, Wixson, Wykes posal is passed. A majority of all the members elected having voted for each of the divisions of the proposal, the proposal as a whole is passed, and it will be re-referred to the Committee on Arrangement and Phraseolog 1. ' MR. ADAMS: Mr. President, I rise to a question of personal privilege. THE PRESIDENT: Will the gentleman state the personal privilege? MR. ADAMS: I desire to explain my vote upon this last clause that has just been passed. I voted in the negative for four reasons. First, the second clause is nothing but a limitation upon the first part of this file, a limitation upon the home rule that we are extending. Second, because under the provisions...show more

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  • 189 x 246 x 34mm | 1,170g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236867378
  • 9781236867377