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Priated by virtue of an Act of the Legislature, ander the Direction and Supervision of

NELSON B. JONES,

Clerk of the House of Representatives.

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LANSING:
JOHN A. KERR & CO., PRINTERS TO THE STATE.

1867.

HOUSE JOURNAL.

Lansing, Wednesday, January 2, 1867. Pursuant to the requirements of the Constitution, the members elect to the House of Representatives of the Legislature of the State of Michigan, for the year 1867, assembled in the Rep. resentative Hall of the Capitol, at Lansing, on Wednesday, the 20 day of January, at 11 o'clock A. M., and were called to order by Nelson B. Jones, Clerk of the last House.

Upon examining the credentials of members, it was ascer. tained that the several counties were fully represented, except the first district of Lapeer county, the first district of Macomb county, Midland county, &c., second district of Shiawassee county, and the first district of Washtenaw county.

From the first district of Wayne county, Dr. Jared Patchen presented credentials in the usual form, certifying that he was duly elected as one of the members from said district.

Mr. E. C. Walker presented certain papers and affidavits of alleged illegal proceedings in the action of the Board of District Canvassers of the first District of Wayne county, and claiming that Edward C. Walker, William Warner, Thomas R. Spence, and Jefferson Wiley were duly elected by the highest number of votes, as Representatives from said district.

Mr. Boies moved to lay the credentials presented by Mr. Patchen, together with the papers presented by Mr. Walker, on the table. Mr. Hawley demanded the yeas and nays. The demand was seconded, and the motion prevailed, by yeas and nays, as follows:

Wells,

YEAS.
Mr. Aitkin, Mr. Hopkins, Mr. Robinson,
Ball,
Howard,

Rockwood,
Barber,
Huckins,

Shepherd,
Beall,
Jewell,

Slayton,
Boies,
J. H. Jones,

L. Smith,
Bonine,
R. Jones,

R. B. Smith,
Brownell,
Kedzie,

E. Spalding,
A. S. Brown, Kingsbury,

P. S. Spaulding,
C. R. Brown,
Lovell,

Stannard,
W. G. Brown, Mallet,

Stevens,
Canniff,
Mason,

Storrs,
Camburn,

McCutcheon, Sweezey,
Crossman,
fead,

Swift,
Deane,
Mickley,

Taylor,
Dunlap,
Miles,

Tompkins,
Eck,
Murray,

Upton,
Emerson,
Newcombe,

Van Vleet,
Fellows,

L. D. Osborn, Warner,
Funston,

W. H. Osborn,
Gallup,
Packard,

White,
Glavin,
F. Parsons,

Wilcox,
Greenfield,

S. T. Parsons, Willard,
Haven,
Parmalee,

Woodward,
Hill,
Randall,

Woodman,
Holt,

73 NAYS. Mr. Alexander, Mr. Grier,

Mr. Pearl,
Benedict,
Hawley,

Sexton,
Chauvin,
Healy,

Shetterly,
Corey,
McKernan,

C. C. Smith,
Dusseau,
Newell,

Wilson,
Fenton,
Parker,

Wright,
On motion of Mr. L. Smith,

Hon. J.J. Woodman,' of Van Buren county, was chosen temporary Speaker.

On motion of Mr. Bonine,

The Speaker pro tem. was authorized to appoint a Sergeantat-Arms pro tem.

The Speaker pro tem. appointed S. M. Pratt, of Berrien county, as Sergeant-at-Arms pro tem.

Mr. Hawley moved that a committee of two be appointed to

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