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Mr. BAKER. Mr. Speaker, I ask by unanimous consent to be permitted to explain briefly the changes in the pending proposition from the Senate bill.

The SPEAKER. Is there objection?

Mr. REAGAN. I have to object, because if the gentleman from New York be heard what he will say will render necessary remarks on the part of other members.

Mr. LONG. Give him five minutes.
Mr. REAGAN. I must object.
The question recurred on the motion to recommit.
The House divided; and there were-ayes 47, noes 109.
Mr. BAKER. No

quorum. The SPEAKER appointed, as tellers, Mr. REAGAN and Mr. BAKER.

Mr. WARNER, of Ohio. We might just as well have the yeas and nays at once.

Mr. PAYSON. I demand the yeas and nays. The yeas and nays were ordered. The question was taken; and it was decided in the negative, yeas 70, nays 158, not voting 94; as follows:

YEAS—70. Adams, J.J. Findlay,

Markham,

Spooner,
Bingham,
Fleeger,
McKenna,

Stahlnecker,
Bound,
Gilfillan,
Millard,

Stephenson,
Boutelle,
Hayden,
Moffatt,

Stone, E. F.
Brady,
Hewitt,
Negley,

Strait,
Buck,
Hiestand,

O'Neill, Charles Swinburne,
Bunnell,
Hiscock,
Osborne,

Symes,
Burleigh,
Hitt,
Parker,

Thomas, O. B.
Burrows,
Hopkins,
Payne,

Thompson,
Butterworth, Jackson,

Pirce,

Viele,
Campbell, J. M.
James,
Price,

Wait,
Campbell, T.J. Kelley,

Reed, T.B.

Weber,
Cannon,
Ketcham,
Rice,

West,
Davis,
La Follette, Rockwell,

White, A.C.
Ely,
Lindsley,
Romeis,

Whiting,
Evans,
Long,
Scranton,

Woodburn.
Everhart,
Louttit,

Sessions,
Farquar,
Lyman,

Smalls,

NAYS-158
Allen, J. M.
Cobh,
Geddes,

Jones, J.H.
Ballentine,
Compton,

Gibson, C. H. Jones, J. T.
Barnes,
Conger,
Glass,

Kleiner,
Barry,
Cooper,
Glover,

Laffoon,
Bayne,
Cowles,
Goff,

Laird,
Belmont,
Cox,
Green, W.J.

Landes,
Bennett,
Crain,
Grout,

Lanham,
Blanchard,
Crisp,
Guenther,

Lawler,
Bland,
Croxton,
Hale,

Le Fevre,
Blount,
C'ulberson,
Hall,

Little,
Boyle,
Daniel,
Halsell,

Lore,
Breckinridge, C. R. Dargan,

Harris,

Lovering, Breckinridge, WCP.Davidson, A.C. Hatch,

Lowry, Browne, T. M. Dockery,

Heard,

Martin,
Brown, W. W.
Dorsey,
Hemphill,

Matson,
Brumm,
Dougherty,

Henderson, D. B. Maybury,
Burnes,
Dunn,

Henderson, J.S. McAdoo,
Bynum,
Eden,

Henderson, T.J. MeComas,
Cabell,
Eldredge,
Herbert,

McCreary,
Caldwell,
Foran,
Holman,

McMillin,
Campbell, Felix Ford,

Holmes,

McRae, Campbell, J. E. Forney,

Howard,

Morgan,
Carleton,
Frederick,
Hudd,

Morrill,
Catchings,
Fuller,
Hutton,

Morrison,
Clardy,
Funston,
Irion,

Muller,
Clements,

Johnston, T. D. Murphy,

Gay,

Neal,
Reid, J. W.
St. Martin,

Ward, T.B.
Norwood,

Richardson, Stone, W.J., Ky. Warner, A.J.
O'Ferrall,
Riggs,
Struble,

Warner, William
O'Neill, J.J. Rowell,

Swope,

Weaver, A.J.
Outhwaite,
Ryan,
Tarsney,

Weaver, J. B.
Payson,
Sayers,
Taulbee,

Wheeler,
Peel,
Seney,

Taylor, Zach. Wilkins,
Perkins,
Shaw,

Townshend, Willis,
Perry,
Singleton,
Trigg,

Wilson,
Peters,
Skinner,
Turner,

Wise,
Pidcock,
Snyder,
Van Eaton,

Wolford,
Plumb,
Sowden,
Wakefield,

Worthington.
Randall,
Springer,

Wallace,
Reagan,

Stewart, Charles Ward, J. H.

NOT VOTING-94.
Adams, G. E.
Dibble,
King,

Sadler,
Aiken,
Dingley,
Lehlbach,

Sawyer,
Allen, C. H. Dowdney,

Libbey,

Scott, Anderson, C. M. Dunham,

Mahoney,

Seymour, Anderson, J. A. Ellsberry,

McKinley,

Spriggs,
Arnot,
Ermentrout,
Merriman,

Steele,
Atkinson,
Felton,
Miller,

Stewart, J. W.
Baker,
Fisher,
Milliken.

Stone, W.J., Mo.
Barbour,
Gallinger,
Mills,

Storm,
Barksdale,
Gibson, Eustace Mitchell,

Taylor, E. B.
Beach,
Green, R. S.
Morrow,

Taylor, I. H.
Bliss,
Grosvenor,
Neece,

Taylor, J. J.
Bragg,
Hammond,
Nelson,

Thomas, J. R.
Brown, C.E. Hanback,

Oates,

Throckmorton,
Buchanan,
Harmer,
O'Donnell,

Tillman,
Candler,
Haynes,
O'Hara,

Tucker,
Caswell,
Henley,
Owen,

Van Schaick,
Collins,
Hepburn,
Pettibone,

Wade,
Comstock,
Hermann,
Phelps,

Wadsworth,
Curtin,
Hill,
Pindar,

Wellborn,
Cutcheon,
Hires,
Ranney,

White, Milo
Davenport,
Houk,
Reese,

Winans.
Davidson, R. H.M. Johnson, F. A. Robertson,
Dawson,

Johnston, J.T. Rogers,
So the motion to recommit with instructions was not agreed to.
The following additional pairs were announced:
Mr. WADE with Mr. GREEN, of New Jersey.

Mr. WHITE, of Minnesota, with Mr. ERMENTROUT, until further notice.

Mr. WADE. I am paired with the gentleman from New Jersey (Mr. GREEN], and should have voted in the affirmative on this proposition if I had not been paired.

The result of the vote was then announced as above recorded.
The question recurred upon the passage of the bill.

Mr. O'NEILL, of Pennsylvania. I should like to know if the reading of the engrossed bill might not now be demanded? Has the bill been engrossed ?

The SPEAKER. This is already an engrossed bill. The House never orders a Senate bill to be engrossed.

Mr. O'NEILL, of Pennsylvania. I simply wanted to hear it, as it has been some time since it was read, but I shall not insist upon its reading now.

Mr. CALDWELL. I demand the yeas and nays on the passage of the bill.

The yeas and nays were ordered.

The question was taken; and there were-yeas 192, nays 41, not voting 89; as follows:

YEAS-192. Allen, J. M. Ballentine,

Barry,

Bennett,
Atkinson,
Barnes,
Bayne,

Blanchard,

Bland,
Felton,
Little,

Sayers,
Blount,
Fisher,
Lore,

Scranton.
Bound,
Fleeger,
Louttit,

Seney,
Boyle,
Foran,
Lovering,

Seymour,
Brady,
Ford,
Lowry,

Shaw,
Breckinridge, C.R. Forney,

Lyman,

Singleton, Breckinridge, WCP.Frederick, Markham,

Skinner, Browne, T. M. Fuller,

Martin,

Snyder,
Brown, W. W.
Funston,
Matson,

Sowden,
Bunnell,
Gay,
Maybury,

Springer,
Burleigh,
Geddes,
McAdoo,

Stephenson,
Burnes,
Gibson, C. H.
McComas,

Stewart, Charles
Burrows,
Glass,
McCreary,

St. Martin,
Butterworth, Glover,

McKenna, Stone, W.J., Ky.
Bynum,
Goff,
McMillin,

Strait,
Cabell,
Green, W.J.
McRae,

Struble,
Caldwell,
Grout,
Moffatt,

Swope,
Campbell, J. E. Guenther,

Morgan,

Symes,
Campbell, J. M.
Hale,
Morrill,

Tarsney,
Cannon,
Hall,
Morrison,

Taulbee,
Carleton,
Halsell,
Murphy,

Taylor, Zach.
Catchings,
Harris,
Neal,

Thomas, 0. B.
Clardy,
Hatch,
Neece,

Thompson,
Clements,
Heard,
Nelson,

Townshend,
Cobb,
Hemphill,
Norwood,

Trigg,
Conger,
Henderson, D. B. O'Ferrall,

Turner,
Cooper,
Henderson, J. S. Osborne,

Van Eaton,
Cowles,
Henderson T. J. Outhwaite,

Wade,
Cox,
Herbert,
Payne.

Wakefield,
Crain,
Hermann,
Payson,

Wallace,
Crisp,
Holman,
Perkins,

Ward, J.H.
Croxton,
Holmes,
Perry,

Ward, T. B.
Culberson,
Howard,
Peters,

Warner, A.J.
Daniel,
Hudd,
Pidcock,

Warner, William
Dargan,
Hutton,
Pindar,

Weaver, A.J.
Davidson, A. C. Irion,

Plumb,

Weaver, J. B.
Dingley,
Jackson,
Price,

Weber,
Dockery,
Johnston, T. D. Randall,

West,
Dorsey,
Jones, J. H.
Reagan,

Wheeler,
Dougherty, Jones, J.T. Reid, J. W. Wilkins,
Dowdney,
Kleiner,
Richardson,

Willis,
Dunn,
La Follette,
Riggs,

Wilson,
Eden,
Landes,
Romeis,

Wise,
Eldredge,
Lanham,
Rowell,

Wolford,
Everhart,
Lawler,
Ryan,

Woodburn,
Farquhar,
Le Fevre,
Sawyer,

Worthington.

NAYS-41.
Belmont,
Hiestand,
Mahoney,

Sessions,
Bingham,
Hiscock,
Merriman,

Smalls,
Boutelle,
Hitt,
Millard,

Spooner,
Buck,
Hopkins,
Muller,

Stone, E. F.
Campbell, Felix James,

Negley,

Swinburne,
Davis,
Johnson, F. A. O'Neill, Charles

Wait,
Ely,
Kelley,
Parker,

White, A.C.
Evans,
Ketcham,
Pirce,

Whiting.
Hayden,
Laird,

Reed, T.B.
Hepburn,
Lindsley,

Rice,
Hewitt,
Long,

Rockwell,

NOT VOTING–89.
Adams, G. E.
Bliss,
Curtin,

Gibson, Eustace
Adams J. J.
Bragg,
Cutcheon,

Gilfillan,
Aiken,

Brown, C. E. Davenport, Green, K.S.
Allen, C. H. Brumm,

Davidson, R. H. M. Grosvenor,
Anderson, C. M.
Buchanan,
Dawson,

Hammond,
Anderson, J. A. Campbell, T.J. Dibble,

Hanback,
Arnot,
Candler,
Dunham,

Harmer,
Baker,
Caswell,
Ellsberry,

Haynes,
Barbour,
Collins,

Ermentrout, Henley,
Barksdale,
Compton,
Findlay,

Hill,
Beach,
Comstock,
Gallinger,

Hires,

1

Houk,
Oates,
Sadler,

Throckmorton,
Johnston, J.T. O'Donnell,

Scott,

Tillman,
King,
O'Hara,
Spriggs,

Tucker,
Laffoon,

O'Neill, J.J. Stahlnecker, Van Schaick,
Lehlbach,
Owen,
Steele,

Viele,
Libbey,
Peel,

Stewart, J. W. Wadsworth,
McKinley, Pettibone,

Stone, W.J., Mo. Wellborn,
Miller,
Phelps,
Storm,

White, Milo
Milliken,
Ranney,

Taylor, E. B. Winans.
Mills,
Reese,

Taylor, 1. H.
Mitchell,
Robertson,

Taylor, J. M.
Morrow,
Rogers,

Thomas, J. R.
So the bill was passed.

On motion of Mr. BROWNE, of Indiana, by unanimous consent the reading of the names was dispensed with.

The following additional pairs were announced:
Mr. PEEL with Mr. ALLEN, of Massachusetts, until further notice.

Mr. McKINLEY with Mr. Mills, during the remainder of the session. Mr. McKINLEY would vote for the Reagan bill if present.

Mr. DUNN. If my colleague, Mr. PEEL, were present he would vote “ay."

The result of the vote was then announced as above recorded.

Mr. REAGAN moved to reconsider the vote by which the bill was passed; and also moved that the motion to reconsider be laid on the table.

The latter motion was agreed to.

Mr. REAGAN. I now move that the House request a conference with the Senate upon this bill.

Mr. O'NEILL, of Pennsylvania. I hope that will not be done until the bill comes back from the Senate. They may agree to it just as it stands. You can not tell. (Laughter.]

The motion of Mr. REAGAN was agreed to.
The SPEAKER. The Chair will announce the conferees hereafter.

Mr. REAGAN. I wish to state, Mr. Speaker, in reference to the announcement of a pair between my colleague, Mr. Mills, and Mr. McKINLEY, that Mr. Mills also would have voted in the affirmative on this bill if present.

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The SPEAKER. If there be no objection, while the House is dividing the Chair will appoint as managers of the conference ordered on the disagreeing votes of the two Houses on the bill known as the interstatecommerce bill Mr. REAGAN, Mr. CRISP, and Mr. WEAVER of Nebraska.

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INTERSTATE COMMERCE. The PRESIDENT pro tempore laid before the Senate the amendment of the House of Representatives to the bill (S. 1532) to regulate commerce, which was to strike out all after the enacting clause and insert a substitute.

On motion by Mr. CULLOM, it was
Resolred, That the Senate disagree to the said amendment and agree to
conference asked by the House on the disagreeing votes of the two Houses
thereon.

By unanimous consent, it was
Ordered, That the conferees on the part of the Senate be appointed by the
President pro tempore.

The PRESIDENT pro tempore appointed Mr. CULLOM, Mr. PLATT, and Mr. HARRIS the conferees on the part of the Senate.

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