Imágenes de páginas
PDF
EPUB

HOUSE RESOLUTION No. 7.

Resolved, That the House do now adjourn until Saturday, January 16, at 10:00 o'clock a. m., when a perfunctory session shall be held, and no business transacted, and that a further aljournment shall then be taken until Tuesday, January 19, 1915, at 10:00 o'clock a. m.

The resolution was adopted,

And in accordance therewith, at the hour of 11:45 o'clock a. m., the House stood adjourned.

SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1915, 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M.

The House met pursuant to adjournment,
The Secretary of State presiding.
Prayer by the Rev. James Howard.

The Journal of Thursday, January 14, was being read, when, on motion of Mr. Merritt, the further reading of the same was dispensed with, and it was ordered to stand approved.

At the hour of 10:10 o'clock a. m., Mr. Richardson moved that the House do now adjourn until Tuesday, January 19, 1915, at 10:00 o'clock a. m.

The motion prevailed,
And the House stood adjourned.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1915, 10:00 O'CLOCK A. M.

The House met pursuant to adjournment,
The Secretary of State presiding.
Prayer by the Rev. James Howard.

The Journal of Saturday, January 16, was being read, when, on motion of Mr. Merritt, the further reading of the same was dispensed with, and it was ordered to stand approved.

The order of business at the hour of adjournment on Thursday, January 14, being the selection of a Temporary Speaker, the Secretary of State directed the Clerk to call the roll, which resulted as follows:

NINETEENTH BALLOT.

Number of votes cast

.132 For Mr. Provine

61 votes For Mr. Lee O'Neil Browne

2 votes For Mr. Williamson

11 votes For Mr. Gorman

35 votes For Mr. Mitchell

6 votes For Mr. Vickers

16 votes For Mr. Merritt

1 vote
Those voting for Mr. Provine are: Messrs.
Atwood
Campbell
Hicks
Perkins

Thon
Barker
Dahlberg
Holaday
Pierson

Tice
Benson
De Young

Jackson

Rothschild Tompkins
Bentley
Drake

Kessinger Rowe, W. Turnbaugh
Bippus
Dudgeon
Lantz
Scanlan

Tuttle
Boyd
Ellis
Leech
Scholes

Vursell
Boyer
Flagg
Lyle

Shanahan Watson
Brewer
Frankhauser Lyon

Shurtleff

West
Brinkman
Graham, W. J. McCabe

Smejkal Wilson, G. H. Brown, W. M. Gregory

McCormick Sonnemann Wilson, H.
Burres
Hamlin
Meents
Stanfield

Wood
Butler
Helwig

Pace
Stewart

Young
Buxton

Total-61. Those voting for Mr. Lee O'Neil Browne are: Messrs. Hilton Walsh

Total-2.
Those voting for Mr. Williamson are: Messrs.
Basel
Hubbard
Kane

Richardson Taylor
Green
Huston
Kasserman Strubinger

Thomason
Groves

Total-11. Those voting for Mr. Gorman are: Messrs. Browne, L, O'N. Epstein

Hoffman

O'Connell Roe, A.
Bruce
Fahy

Jacobson

O'Rourke Ryan, Frank Dalton Foster Kilens Placek

Ryan, J. W.
Desmond
Garesche

Lipshulch Prendergast Santry
Devine
Graham, T. E. Maucker

Purdunn

Seif
Donahue
Griffin
McGloon

Quiserberry Shephard
Donlan
Hennebry Morris

Ray

Wilson, R. E.

Total-35.
Those voting for Mr. Mitchell are: Messrs.
Burns
Hruby

Igoe
Merritt

Rinehart
Farrell

Total-6.

Those voting for Mr. Vickers are: Messrs.
Curren, C.
Fieldstack LePage

Murphy

Roderick Curran, T. Gardner

Lynch

Rentchler Rostenkowski Devereux Harvey Moore

Rethmeier Turner Festerling

Total-16.
Mr. Mitchell voted for Mr. Merritt.

Present and not voting are: Messrs.
Madsen
Mason and Provine

Total-3. No person having received the necessary constitutional majority, a call of the roll was again ordered, resulting as follows:

TWENTIETH BALLOT.

Number of votes cast

131 For Mr. Provine

60 votes For Mr. Lee O'Neil Browne

23 votes For Mr. Merritt

25 votes For Mr. Vickers

16 votes For Mr. Gorman

4 votes For Mr. Williamson

1 vote For Mr. Donahue

1 vote For Mr. Shanahan

1 vote
Those voting for Mr. Provine are: Messrs.
Atwood
Buxton
Helwig
Pace

Thon
Barker
Campbell
Hicks
Perkins

Tice
Benson
Dahlberg
Holaday
Pierson

Tompkins
Bentley
De Young
Jackson

Rothschild • Turnbaugh
Bippus
Drake

Kessinger Rowe, W. Tuttle
Boyd
Dudgeon
Lantz
Scanlan

Vursell
Boyer
Ellis
Leech

Shanahan Watson
Brewer
Flagg
Lyle
Shurtleff

West
Brinkman
Frankhauser Lyon

Smejkal

Wilson, G, H, Brown, W. M. Graham, W. J. McCabe

Sonnemann Wilson, H.
Burres
Gregory
McCormick Stanfield

Wood
Butler
Hamlin
Meents
Stewart

Young

Total-60.
Those voting for Mr. Lee O'Neil Browne are: Messrs.
Bruce
Foster

Jacobson
Placek

Seif
Dalton
Gorman
Kilens

Ryan, Frank Shephard
Desmond

Graham, T. E. Lipshulch Ryan, J. W. Walsh
Donlan
Griffin
Maucker
Santry

Wilson, R. E.
Epstein
Hilton
McGloon

Total-23.
Those voting for Mr. Merritt are: Messrs.
Basel
Green, C.

Igoe
Morris

Roe, A.
Burns
Groves

Kane
Purdunn

Strubinger
Donahue
Hoffman
Kasserman Ray

Taylor
Farrell
Hruby
Mitchell

Richardson Thomason
Garesche Hubbard

Morrasy
Rinehart Williamson

Total-25.
Those voting for Mr. Vickers are: Messrs.
Curren, c. Fieldstack

LePage
Murphy

Roderick
Curran, T. Gardner

Lynch

Rentchler Rostenkowski Devereux Harvey Moore

Rethmeier Turner Festerling

Total-16.
Those voting for Mr. Gorman are: Messrs.
Hennebry
O'Connell
Prendergast Quisenberry

Total-4.
Mr. Huston voted for Mr. Williamson.
Mr. Merritt voted for Mr. Donahue.
Mr. O'Rourke voted for Mr. Shanahan.

Present and not voting are: Messrs.
Madsen
Mason
Provine

Total_3. No person having received the necessary constitutional majority, a call of the roll was again ordered, resulting as follows:

TWENTY-FIRST BALLOT.

Number of votes cast

.131 For Mr. Provine

61 votes For Mr. Lee O'Neil Browne

17 votes For Mr. Vickers

16 votes For Mr. Burns

26 votes For Mr. Hubbard

9 votes For Mr. Richardson

1 vote For Mr. Huston

1 vote
Those voting for Mr. Provine are: Messrs.
Atwood
Campbell
Hicks
Perkins

Thon
Barker
Dahlberg
Holaday
Pierson

Tice
Benson
De Young

Jackson

Rothschild Tompkins
Bentley
Drake

Kessinger Rowe, W. Turnbaugh
Bippus
Dudgeon
Lantz
Scanlan

Tuttle
Boyd
Ellis
Leech
Scholes

Vursell
Boyer
Flagg

Lyle

Shanahan Watson
Brewer
Frankhauser Lyon

Shurtleff

West
Brinkman
Graham, W. J. McCabe

Smejkal

Wilson, G. H. Brown, W. M. Gregory

McCormick Sonnemann Wilson, H.
Burres
Hamlin
Meents
Stanfield

Wood
Butler
Helwig
Pace
Stewart

Young
Buxton

Total-61.
Those voting for Mr. Lee O'Neil Browne are: Messrs.
Bruce
Griffin
Maucker

Ryan, Frank Shephard
Desmond
Hilton
McGloon

Ryan, J. W. Walsh
Foster
Jacobson
O'Rourke Santry

Wilson, R. E.
Gorman
Kilens

Total-17.
Those voting for Mr. Vickers are: Messrs.
Curren, C. Fieldstack

LePage
Murphy

Roderick
Curran, T. Gardner

Lynch

Rentchler Rostenkowski Devereux Harvey Moore

Rethmeier Turner Festerling

Total-16.
Those voting for Mr. Burns are: Messrs.
Dalton
Garesche

Igoe
Morris

Ray
Devine
Graham, T. E. Lipshulch Placek

Rinehart
Donahue
Hennebry
Merritt

Prendergast Roe, A.
Donlan
Hoffman
Mitchell
Purdunn

Seif
Epstein
Hruby
Morrasy
Quisenberry

Williamson
Farrell

Total-26.
Those voting for Mr. Hubbard are: Messrs.
Green
Huston

Kasserman Strubinger Thomason
Groves
Kane
Richardson Taylor

Total-9.
Mr. Hubbard voted for Mr. Richardson.
Mr. Basel voted for Mr. Huston.

Present and not voting are: Messrs.
Madsen
Mason and Provine

Total-3. No person having received the necessary constitutional majority, the Secretary of State announced that there was no choice for Temporary Speaker.

Mr. Tice moved that when the House concludes this morning's session, it take a recess until 2:00 o'clock p. m.,

And the motion prevailed.

Mr. Tice thereupon asked and obtained unanimous consent of the House to listen to a discussion of the foot and mouth disease at the afternoon session, and moved that a committee consisting of three Republicans and three Democrats be appointed by the Secretary of State to wait upon the Governor and other gentlemen and invite them to be present and address the House,

And the motion prevailed.

The Secretary of State appointed as such committee: Messrs. Devine, Dalton, Foster, Scanlan, Lantz and Tompkins.

« AnteriorContinuar »