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RESOLUTIONS.-by Mr. Alvord,
of instrucuons to com. on arrangement and
phraseology

795
relative to adjournment,

257
Cleaning the hall,

558
mileage of officers,

892, 915
by Mr. Arzeno,
relative to stationery,

11
by Mr. Axford,
relative to per diem of members,

189, 381
by Mr. Backus,
of instructions to com. on legislative dep'nt, 25, 38
do
do miscel's provis'ns,

33
do

do counties,
do

do finance and taxa'n, 241
relative to com. on public lands,

249
by Mr, Bags,
of instructions to com. on legislative dep’nt, 30
do

do
judicial depint,

37
do
do seat of gov'nt,

50
relative to adjournment,

299
of instructions to con. on banks and inc., 29
by Mr. Britain,
relative to furnishing newspapers with journals, 3
printing,

30
relative to rules,

104
adjournment,

300
of instructioris io coin. on State officers,
do
do prinung,

34
do
State printer,

39,918
dio to com. on executive lep., 312
do
do

449
clo
Secretary,

918
by Mr. Butterfield,
relative to adding six additional members to

com. on judiciary,
relative to newspapers for delegates,

3
stationery,

13
afternoon sessions,
of instructions to com. on finance and taxa’n, 33
hy Mr. Beardsley,
of instructions to com. on elections,

( 32, 37
do
do exemptions,

34
do

judiciary, 31, 37, 59
by Mr. Bush,
of instructions to com. on legislative dep'nt, 32
relative to State printer and debates,

741
by Mr. H. Bartow,
of instructions to com. on education,

32
by Mr. J. Bartow,
of instructions to Sec'y of Convention,

722
by Mr. Beeson,
of instructions to com. on exemptions,

33
relative to com. on enrollment,

882
pay of clerks, for enrolling constitut'n, 506

521
postage,
by Mr. Ammon Brown,

of instructions to com. on legislative dep'nt, 36
by Mr. Burns,
of instructions to com. on counties,

50
by Mr. Cook,
relative to Secretaries,

2
daily journals,

3
daily sessions,

pay of officers,
of instructions to com. on schedule,

342
by Mr. Crary
relative to door-keeper and messengers,

3
of instructions to com. on judicial departım't, 161
by Mr. Crouse,
of instructions to com. on rules,

4
do
printing,

30
by Mr. S. Clark,
of instructions to com. on education,

RESOLUTIONS-by Mr. Church,
l'elative to commissioner of land office,

240
postage of members,

882
extra pay to door-keeper,

915
absentees signing the constitution, 917
by Mr. Cornell,
relative to procuring constitutions of States, 6
daily sessions,

447
requiring serg't-at-arıs to scatter lime, 795
by Mr. Daniels,
of instructions to com. on crimes,

39
limiting time of speaking,

759
by Mr. Eaton,
of instructions to com. on elections,

29
do

do education,
do

do

finance and taxa'n, 49
relative to afternoon sessions,

50
by Mr. Edmunds,
of thanks to President,

916
by Mr. Fralick,
of instructions to com. on townships,

33
do
do legislative dep'nt,

30, 36
do
do militia,

50
do
do juilicial depint,

33
by Mr. Gardiner,
relative to com. on printing,

11
pay of reporter,

699
ippointing M. Mahon reporter,

S05
suspending printing of journals, 882
superintending printing of debates, 838, 917
extra pay to printers,

899
prining constitution in pamplet form, 915

paying reporters for extra services, 918
hy Mr. Gibson,
of instructions to com. on elections,

38
by Mr. Green,
of instructions to com. on education,

104
do

do

arrangement and
phraseology,

709
of instructions to Secretary,

872
by Mr. Graham,
relative to adjournment,

175
by Mr. Gale,
relative to printing bills or stationery,

871
by Mr. Hanscom,
relative to rules,

2
newspapers and postage,

4
adjournment,

181, 192
pay of President, Secretary and Ser-
geant-at-arins, pro tem,

312
morning sessions,

381
upper peninsula

465
granting use of hall,

477
messengers,

888
pay for newspapers,

918
of thanks to reporters,

918
by Mr. Hascall,
relative to drawing for seats,

3
of instructions to com. on State officers,
do

do
exemptions,

35
relative to per diem of members,

262
of instructions to State printer,

915
by Mr. Hart,
of instructions to com. on judiciary,

34, 39
relative to com on judicial circuits,

888
pay of E. Willis, as door-keeper, 915
by Mr. Hixon,

of instructions to com. on judicial departm't, 40
by Mr. Kingsley,
relative to com, on rules,

3
consiitutions of States,

19
by Mr. Leach,
relative to biennial sessions,

34
debates,

120
report of com. on supplies,

699, 795
by Mr, Lovell,
of thanks to Secretaries,

916
by Mr. McClelland,
relative to com. on mode of proceeding,

3
printing proceedings in Dutch, German
and French,

5
revising constitution,

195
of instructions to com, on jullicial dep'nt, 31
do

do

banks and incorp'ns, 31
do
do counties,

3,93
120

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38
by Mr. J. Clark,
of instructions to com. on arrangement and
phraseology,

799
by Mr. Chapel,
relative to per diem of members,

39
adjournment,

314
of instructions to com. on legislative dcp'nt, 40
by Mr. Comstock,
of instructions to com, on militia,

50
by Mr. Church,
of instructions to com. on bill of rights,

235
do

do upper peninsula, 799
relative to daily sessions,

50
debates,

31
do

do mode or amending and
revising constitution,

257
relative to adjournment sine die,

757, 785

165, 500

917

31, 50

RESOLUTIONS-by Mr. McClelland,

RESOLUTIONS--by Mr. Van Valkenburgh,
appointing John Swegles, Jr., to superintend

relative to per diem of members,

382
printing of journals,

889

thanks to door-keeper,
Horace S. Roberts to record same,

889

by Mr. White,
relative to printing constitution in Dutch, Ger-

relative to stationery,

4
man and French,

889
Auditor General,

50
by Mr. McLeod,

adjournment,

240
relative to seat of government,

50 by Mr. Witherell,
granting hall to Mr. Bibb,

94
relative to the Governor,

3
general incorporation law,
505 of instructions to com. on judiciary,

28, 33
by Mr. Moore,

relative to electing presidents of conventions,

36
of instructions to com. on legislative dep'nt,

35
of instructions to com, on legislative dep't,

37
relative to adjournment,

175

do
do schedule,

40
of instructions to com. on judicial dep'nt,
638 relative to per diem of President,

483
by Mr. Morrison,

by Mr. Wells,
relative to corporations,

36
of instructions to com. on judiciary,

29
exemptions,

37
relative to admitting strangers,

5
compensa'n for property for public use, 36

of instructions to com. on education,

59
elective franchise,

65 by Mr. Warden,
by Mr. Mason,

of instructions to com. on elections,

29
of thanks to H.T. Backus, for eulogy,

693

co

do capital punishment, 31
by Mr. Orr,

by Mr. Walker,
of instructions to com. on judiciary,

of instructions to com. on legislative dep't, 33
do

do banks and incins, 35 by Mr. Willard,
by Mr. O'Brien,

relative to adjourning to Detroit,

34
of instructions to committee on exemptions, 38 by Mr. Williams,
by Mr. N. Pierce,

of instructions to com. on judiciary,

39
of instructions to committee on supplies,

19

do
do finance and taxation,

39
relative to revising constitution,

20

do
do miscellane's

proy., 40, 342
to adjournment,

284

do

do
exemptions,

40
by Mr. J. D. Pierce,

relative to granting use of hall,

219
of instructions to committee on judiciary

29
per diem of members,

135
do
do banks and inc., 29

by Mr. Woodman,
relative to granting use of hall,

188
of instructions to com. on crimes,

51
purchase of public lands,

785
relative to the death of the President,

382
Sergeant-at-Arms,

absence of Hon. P. R. Adams,
3

522, 723
per diem of messengers,

795
by Mr. Roberts,
of thanks to D. P. Bushnell,

furnishing Post Master with manual, 88:
5
of instructions to com. on clergy,

917
relative to national flag,

5
of thanks to messengers,

918
committee on upper peninsula,

11
clergymen.

ROBERTSON, Mr., a delegate from Macomb,

21
printing,
remarks of, relative to grand juries,

202
29
committee on print'g and debates, 140, 164

commissioner of land office,

303
supplies,

suffrage,
150

470
assessm't and collection of taxes,

611
newspapers,

150
death of President Taylor,

358
exemptions,

656, 66.1
by Mr. Raynale,

judiciary,

806
of instruc'ns to com. on miscellaneous

taking testimony in equity cases,

810
proy.,

40
by Mr. Robertson,

ROBERTS, Mr., a delegate from Chippewa,
of instruct'ns to com. on legislative deparıment, 33

remarks of, relative to State printing,

150, 412
do
do
education,

39

expenses incurred for the upper penin-
do do
arrangement and phra-

sula, 372, 861,--(see appendix, p. 922.)
seology,

774 RULES OF THE CONVENTION, IX, 8, 16, 35, 175, 341,
by

448, 505, 506, 759, 841, 856.
relative to adjournment,

299
by Mr. Rix Robinson,
of instructions to committee on judiciary,

604 SEATS,

resolution relative to,
by Mr. Storey,
SEAT OF GOVERNMENT,

276
relative to reporters,

4
SECRETARIES
OF TIIE CONVENTION,

2
constitutions of States,

6
SERGEANT-AT-ARMS,

3
print'g and bind'g journ:ls & docum’ts, 11 SECRETARY OF STATE, ,
of instructions to com. on legislative dep't, 30

report from,

7
do
do miscellaneous prov's, 37

SCHOOLS,
do
do legislative departm't and

free,

263, 276, 785, 791
State officers,

39

SINKING FUND,
relative to postage and printing,

150
to be provided by the legislature,

601
adjournment,

314
rescinding invitation to Governor, 771

SKINNER, Mr., a delegate from Washtenaw,
remarks of, relative to grand juries,

96
by Mr. Sutherland,

district justices' courts,

819
of instructions to com. on finance and taxat'n, 32
do
do impeachments and re.

SPEAKER OF HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,

his election by the people,
movals,
49

31, 245-253, 761
relative to daily sessions,

165 STATE PRISON,
inspectors of,

539
by Mr. Soule,

teaching mechanical trades to convicts, 826, 833-839
of instructions to com. on judiciary,

33
removal of,

833
by Mr. Sturgis,

STATIONERY,

795, 800
of instructions to com. on legislative dep't, 33

STOREY, Mr., a delegate from Jackson,
by Mr. Skinner,

remarks of, relative to teaching mechanical trades
of instructions to com, on judiciary,

39
to convicts in State prison,

827
by Mr. Town,

State prison,

833
of instructions to com. on counties,

38 STURGIS, Mr., a delegate from Clinton,
relative to members paying their own postage, 804 remarks of, relative to removal of county seats, 514
by Mr. Van Valkenburgh,

SUFFRAGE,

278-284, 467-483, 484-505
relative to clergymen,

4 SULLIVAN, 'Mr., a delegate from Cass,
stationery,

11
remarks of, relative to grand juries,

54, 91, 205
of instructions to com. on townships,

31
impeachments,

105
do

do
legislative dep't,

37

appeals from the board of supervisors and
relative to manual,

35
salaries of county officers,

343

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SUPPLIES,

11, 13
SUPERVISORS,

remarks of, on navigable streams, and the provisions
325, 326-339,343, 517, 527

of the Ordinance of 1787 relative
SUTHERLAND, Mr., a de legate from Saginaw,
remarks of, relative to grand jury,

thereto,

331, 333
100
suffrage,

496
representation,

121
prosecuting attorneys,

519
exemptions,

677
attorney general,

532
repeal of charters,

588
TAXES,

regents of the university,

781.
collection of all in the townships, 602, 604--620

upper peninsula,

863
county and town, on corporation property, 686--689 WHITE, Mr., a delegate from Lapeer,
TAX DEEDS,
620 remarks of, relative to grand juries,

215
TIFFANY, Mr., a delegate from Lenawee,

collect'n of all taxes in townships, 604, 609
remarks of, relative to grand juries,

201
prosecuting attorneys,

WILLIAMS, Mr., a delegate from St. Joseph,
520

remarks of, relative to grand juries,
V

on the basis of representation,

127
VAN VALKENBURGH, Mr., a delegate from Oakland,

171

publishing the general laws,
remarks of, relative to drawing money from trea.

erection of dams--Ordinance of 1787,
sury for payment of religious servi.

&C.,

335, 342, 823, 829

369
apportionment and representation,

41, 156
ces,
granting license for sale of ardent spir-

license laws--sale of ardent spirits, 400, 769
its,

183, 398, 406

suffrage,
free schools,

265

schools and State tax for educational
reducing per diem of members of the le.

purposes,

537, 544, 788
gislature,
441

684

specific taxes,
education, free schools,

718
547

judiciary,
exemptions,

665
agricultural school,

776, 778, 784
damages for flowed lands,

844
salaries,

873
WALKER, Mr., a delegate from Macomb,

WITHERELL, Mr., a delegate from Wayne,
remarks of, relative to adjourning,

259 remarks of, relative to proceedings in criminal
schools,

269, 551
cases,

228, 230
apportionment and representation,

366, 455
sale of ardent spirits,

401
suffrage,

472, 494

WOODMAN, Mr., a delegate from Oakland,
banks,

563
judiciary,

remarks of, on reducing the per diem of members
839
of the Legislature,

136
WHIPPLE, Mr., a delegate from Berrien,

explanation
by,

146
remarks of, relative to grandjuries,

98
relative to chaplains,

390
relief laws, contracts, &c.

exemptions,

660
schoolsa

268
article punishment of crimes,

741

490, 495

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