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consideration and have directed me to make the following report of mileage
due the members and employés of the House:
Members of the House.

Miles.
Members of the House.

Miles. Mr. Allen.. 40 Mr. Latimer

218 Amidon 218 Lee

140 Aplin 160 Linderman

286 Baird 188 Lonsbury

268 Belknap 200 Madill.

360 Benoit..

174
Marsh

200
Bradbury
168 Marsilje

184 Brown.. 180 Matthews

174 Camburn 180 McNall

170 Campbell, H. F.

384
Miller

152
Campbell, J. T.
26 Moore

174 Cathro 472 Morse

110 Chamberlain 1,418 Mulvey

870 Chilver.. 130 Norman

296 Clark. 364 Otis

214 Cook

Parkinson

282 Cousins 150 Partridge

182 Covell 426 Pearson

344 Curtis, G. M.

108
Peer

120
Curtis, M. S.
96 Perry

430 Davis 222 Place

160 Donovan.

160
Redfern

164
Edgar
216 Rice

556 Ferguson 174 Rich

76 Fisk 1741 Richardson

230 Fitzgerald 26 Robertson

282 Flood 334 Robinson

1,020 Foote 210 Rogner

182 Foster 2 Rose

336 Fuller 1,172 Rowley

208 Gordon. 176 Saxton

116 Graham 136 Sherwood

1.000 Harris 572 Smiley

142 Henderson 136 Smith

1,058 Henry 212 Stoll

174 Herrig 134 Taylor

226 Hicks 86 Voorheis

170 Hilton 250

152 Holden

130
Waite

1,028
Holmes
180 Waldo.

186 Hoyt 154 Ware..

130 Huggett 76 Weekes.

000 Jones 876 Westcott

74 Kelly, W. D. 214 Whitney

218 Kelly, W. J. 268 Wildey

254 Kempf

144
Williams

320
Kent.
116 Wolter

174 Kimmis 122 Wood

306 Kingsland 324 Woodruff

210 Kingsley 220 Wortley

172

Wagar

OFFICERS AND EMPLOYES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

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Chief Clerk.--Sergeant-at-Arms Journal Clerk Reading Clerk Corresponding Clerk. Financial Clerk. Ist Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms 21 Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms. 3d Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms Engrossing and Enrolling Clerk Assistant Engrossivg and Enrolling Clerk Assistant Postmaster. Janitor .-Ist Assistant Janitor. 2d Assistant Janitor. 3d Assistant Janitor. 4th Assistant Janitor. 5th Assistant Janitor. 6th Assistant Janitor 7th Assistant Janitor Sth Assistant Janitor. Janitor for gallerits.. Janitress for galleries. Document Room Keeper Assistant Document Room Keeper Keeper of Cloak Room Assistant Keeper of Cloak Room. Press Clerk Committee Clerk, group 1 Committee Clerk, group 2 Committee Clerk, group

Edward A. Stimson
Oliver I. Watkins.
George W. Cook
Ernest B. Long -
Joseph Raby
Albert Chapman.
W. E. Stocking
D. P. Wilcox
N. W. Herrington
Oscar F. Smith.-.-.
Peter Earl
Lois J. Boyce
Frank W. Redfern.
William Schmidt
George Houston.
Henry Harris
H. Allen Hopkins.
Corydon Beach.

Moses B. Hopkins. F. A. Chamberlin.

V. A. Mode, Midland.
Paul Taylor
George D. Hilton.
Severin Avery
Perry E. Wixom
Geo. H. Headley -
Earl Bangs

Frank Gilbert Charles I. Norman Harold Weekes Harry E. Wagar.. John Fuller. Reuben Blumberg William J. Covell

102 124

78 144 164 92

3.
Committee Clerk, group 4.
Committee Clerk, group 5.
Committee Clerk, group

6.
Committee Clerk, group 7
Speaker's Clerk
Speaker's Messenger
Chief Clerk's Messenger
Journal Clerk's Messenger
Sergeant-at-Arms' Messenger
Postoffice Messenger
Document Room Messenger
Committee Room Messenger.
Engrossing and Enrolling Clerk's Messenger
Floor Messenger.
Floor Messenger
Floor Messenger
Floor Messenger
Floor Messenger
Floor Messenger
Floor Messenger

60 520 156 48

2 164 174 174 202 200 182

130 1,418

176 226 250 912 212 130 254

178 296 100 152

98 174 174

Miles. Floor Messenger.

William Montieth. 876 Floor Messenger

Roy C. Lyle.--

104 Floor Messenger.

Harry Whiteley 392 Floor Messenger

Daniel Patrick..

90 Committee Room Messenger.

Ross Madill.

360 Clerk Committee..

W. W. Shier

174 Respectfully submitted,

A. S. ROSE,

Chairman Committee on Ways and Means. Report accepted and committee discharged. The question being on the adoption of the report, The report was adopted. By the committees composing group 6:

The undersigned chairmen of the committees comprising group 6, including Railroads, Private Corporations and Labor, would respectfully report that Wm. M. Clark, Jr., has been selected to act as clerk of said group of committees during the present session.

GEORGE E. HILTON, Chairman R. R.
M. G. MOORE, Chairman L. C.

J. T. CAMPBELL, Chairman P. Cor.
Report accepted and committees discharged.
The question being on the adoption of the report,
The same was adopted.
By the committees composing group 2:

By the committees on City Corporations, Drainage, Public Health, and Public Lands.

The committee consisting of the Chairmen of the above named committees, beg leave to report that they have appointed William W. Shier, of Wayne, as the Clerk of said committees.

R. KEMPF,

Chairman. Report accepted and committee discharged. The question being on the adoption of the report, The same was adopted. By the committee on Rules and Joint Rules:

The committee on Rules and Joint Rules, to whom was referred a resolution to amend rule No. 41, beg leave to report the following amendment to said rule and recommend its adoption, viz.:

Resolved, That rule 41 be and is hereby amended, so as to provide that the committee on City Corporations shall consist of seven members, and the committee on Apportionment shall consist of thirteen members. By order of the committee,

G. W. PARTRIDGE,

Chairman

Report accepted and committee discharged.
The question being on the adoption of the report,

The report was adopted, two-thirds of all the members elect voting therefor.

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MESSAGES FROM THE SENATE.
The Speaker announced the following:

SENATE CHAMBER,
Lansing, January 9, 1895.

} To the Speaker of the House of Representatives :

SIR-I am instructed by the Senate to transmit to the House the following concurrent resolution:

Resolved (the House concurring), That the documents transmitted by the Governor relative to the removal of certain State officers be referred, without printing, to the Judiciary committees of the Senate and House of Representatives jointly;

Which has been adopted by the Senate, and in which the concurrence of the House is respectfully asked.

Very respectfully,

DENNIS E. ALWARD,

Secretary of the Senate.
The question being on concurring in the adoption of the resolution,
The resolution was adopted.
The Speaker also announced the following:

,

Lansing, January 9,"1895.}
To the Speaker of the House of Representatives :
SIR-I am instructed by the Senate to return to the House the follow-
ing concurrent resolution:

Resolved (the Senate concurring), That the Secretary of State be
instructed to furnish one copy of the Legislative Manual to each school
library in the State upon a statement

signed by three members of the school board that said Manual shall remain at the school house, where it may be used by the pupils as a book of reference during all the time school is taught in the district; In the adoption of which the Senate has concurred.

Very respectfully,

DENNIS E. ALWARD,

Secretary of the Senate.
The resolution was referred to the committee on Engrossment and
Enrollment for enrollment.
COMMUNICATIONS FROM STATE OFFICERS.

ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE,

Lansing, January 9, 1895.
To Hon. William D. Gordon, Speaker of the House of Representatives:

SIR-I have the honor of announcing that, in accordance with the
power vested in me by resolution of the Senate of the 3d inst. (duly con-
curred in by your honorable body), I have appointed Edwin L. March,
messenger for my office during the session of the Legislature.

Respectfully yours,
FRED A. MAYNARD,

Attorney General.
The communication was laid on the table.

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NOTICES.

Mr.J.T. Campbell gave notice that at some future day he would ask leave to introduce

A joint resolution proposing an amendment to article IV of the constitution of this State by adding a section thereto to stand as section 47, empowering the Legislature to enact a law imposing indeterminate sentences, so-called, as a punishment for crime.

Mr. Norman gave notice that at some future day he would ask leave to introduce

A bill to provide for the compensation and duties of the stenographer of the 24th judicial circuit court.

Mr. Rice gave notice that at some future day he would ask leave to introduce

A bill to regulate the rental allowed for the use of telephones, and fixing a penalty for its violation.

Mr. Rice gave notice that at some future day he would ask leave to introduce

A bill to amend act No. 480, of the session laws of 1871, being an act entitled "An act to organize the Union school district of the township of Rogers.

Mr. Rice gave notice that at some future day he would ask leave to introduce

A bill to detach certain territory from the township of Burt, in the county of Cheboygan, and attach the same to the township of Tuscarora, in said county.

Mr. Wagar gave notice that at some future day he would ask leave to introduce

A bill to provide for a uniformity of text-books to be used in the schools of this State.

Mr. Belknap gave notice that at some future day he would ask leave to introduce

A bill to amend section 1, of act 119, of the public acts of 1893, being an act entitled “ An act to ciefine what shall constitute fraternal benefici. ary societies, orders or associations, to provide for their incorporation, and the regulation of their business, and for the punishment for violation of the provisions of the act of their incorporation, and to repeal all existing acts inconsistent therewith.

Mr. Foote gave notice that at some future day he would ask leave to introduce

A bill to provide for the continuance of the re-compilation and copying of the records in the office of the Adjutant General, pertaining to the enlistment, muster, history and final disposition of the soldiers and sailors from this State during the war of the rebellion, and to make an appropriation therefor.

Mr. M. S. Curtis gave notice that at some future day he would ask leave to introduce

A bill to provide for the management and control and for the extension of the usefulness of the State Library.

Mr. Graham gave notice that at some future day he would ask leave to introduce

A bill to amend act No. 200, of the public acts of 1889, being an act entitled "An act to provide for the election of two justices of the peace,

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