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STATEMENT OF VOTES GIVEN at the General Election held within the State of Michigan, on Tues

day the sixth day of November, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty-nine, for and against an amendment to the Constitution of said State, proposed by the Legislature thereof, for the year 1848, in and by Joint Resolution No. 37, approved March 27th, 1848; and agreed to and submitted for the approval and ratification of the people of said State, by the Legislature thereof for the year 1849, by Joint Resolution No. 12. approved February 220, 1849: which said proposed amendment is in the words following, to wit: “The Legislature of this State for the year eighteen hundred and fifty, shall provide by law for the election by the people of the following offi. cers, viz: Judges of the Supreme Court, who shall be inelligible to any other than a judicial office during the term for which they are elected, and for ono year thereafter; Auditor General, State Treasurer, Secretary of State, Attorney General, Superintendent of Public Instruction and Prosecuting Attorneys: and the said Judges are prohibited from receiving any fees of office or other compensation than their salaries, for any civil duties performed by them.”

-నిని నిష్టంలేని

1,033

COUNTIES.

For the amend against the Total.

mieut. Ainetdn't Allegan,

624

2

626 Barry,

767

0

767 Berrien,

869

2

871 Branch,

882
64

946 Calhoun,

2,270

31 2,301 Cass,

1,297 149

1,446 Chippewa,

16
0

16 Clinton,

424
26

450 Eaton,

691
63

754 Genesee,

1,239

17 1,256 Hillsdale,

1,851

2

1,853 Houghton,

No Returns
Ingham,

981

52
Ionia,

668
19

687 Jackson,

2,377

2

2,379 Kalamazoo,

1,237

6

1.243 Kent.

1,237

8

1,245 Lapeer;

615

1

616 Lenawce,

1,923

4

1,927 Livingston,

1,694

1

1,695

90 Mackinac,

1

91 Macomb,

1,311

11 1,322 Monroe,

730 144

874 Oakland,

3,102

22 3,124 339

2 Ottawa,

341 299

302 Saginaw,

807

809 Shiawassee, St. Clair,

957

964 1,554

24 St. Joseph,

1,578 843

4

847 Van Buren,

3,180

10 Washtenax,

3,190 3,243

49 Wayne,

3,292 Total.

38,117 728 38,845 The whole number of votes given at said election for and against the amendment to the Constitution, was thirty-eight thousand eight

hundred and forty-five; of which votes, thirty-eight thousand one hundred and seventeen were given for the said amendment, and seven hundred and twenty-eight were given against the said amendment.

We certify the foregoing to be a correct statement of the votes given in the State of Michigan, for and against the amendment to the Constitution of the said State, submitted to the people thereof at the said election, holden on the sixth day of November, (A. D. 1849,) in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty-nine, as appears from the canvass and examination of the statements of votes given in the several countics, received by the Secretary of State from the respective county clerks, duly certified under their hands and seals of office.

In witness whereof we have hereunto set our names at the office of the Secretary of State, this fifteenth day of December, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty-nine.

GEO. W. PECK, Secretary of State,
JOHN J. ADAM, Auditor General,
GEO. B. COOPER, State Treasurer,

Board of Slate Canvassers. State of Michigan, 88.

We, the undersigned, having in pursuance of law, this fifteenth duy of December, A. D. one thousand eight hundred and forty-nine. at the office of the Secretary of State, examined and canvassed the statements received by the said Secretary of the votes given in the several counties for and against the said amendment, at the general election holden on the sixth day of November, A. D. one thousand eight bundred and forty-nine, and made out a correct statement of the whole number of votes given at such election for and against said amendment, and certified such statement to be correct, and subscribed our names thereto; and it appearing from such canvass and statement that the greatest number of votes was given in favor of said amendment, do hereby determine thet the said amendment has been duly approved and ratified according to the provisions of the Grgt section of the thirteenth article of the Constitution of said State

GEO. W. PECK, Secretary of State,
JOHN J. ADAM, Auditor General,
GEO. B. COOPER, State Treasurer,

Board of State Canvassers.

STATEMENT OF VOTES KIVEN at the general election held within the State of Michigan on Tuesday

the sixth day of November, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight handred and forty-nine, for and against a Convention to be called for the purpose of making a general revision of the Constitution of this Siate, recommended by the Legislature thereof for the vear 1849, pursuant to section ? of article thirteen of the Constitution of this State, by Joint Resolution No. 21, approved March 12th, 1849.

COUNTIES.

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Allegan,
Barry,
Berrien,
Brabeh,
Calhoun,
Cass,
Chippewis
Clinton,
Eaton,
Genesee,
Hillsdale,
Houghton,
Ingham,
Ionia,
Jackson,
Kalamazoo,
Kent,
Lapeer,
Lenawee,
Livingston,
Mackinac,
Macomb,
Monroe,
Oakland,
Ottawa,
Saginaw,
Shiawassee
St. Clair,
St. Joseph,
Van Buren,
Washtenaw.
Wayne,

For a Con

Against a
vention Convention.

482 110
745

0
824

46 635 175 2,109

107 1,002

268 16

1 91

355

283 860 250 1,779

48 Not Returned. 539 361

352 229 2,653 119 1,019 136 1,179

422 114 1,734

98 1,523 142 87

1 1,106 126

460 180 2,640

299 314

17 177

1 701 113 911

40 1,222 177 792

32 3,095

42 3,216 197

900

581 2,772 1,155 1,207

536 1,832 1,665

88 1,232

640 2,939 331 178 814

951 1,399

824 3,137 3,416

3

Total.
33,193 4,095

37,291 The whole number of votes given at said election for and against a Convention to be called for the purpose of making a general revision of the Constitution of said State of Michigan, was thirty-seven thousand two hundred and ninety-one; of which votes, thirty-three thousand one hundred and ninety-three were given for the said Convention, four thousand and ninety-five were given against the said Convention, and three of said votes were blanks.

of our

We certify the foregoing to be a correct statement of the votes given in the State of Michigan for and against the said Convention, submitted to the people of said State, at the said election, holden on the sixth dny of November, in the year Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty-nine, as appears from the canvass and examination of the statements of votes given in the several counties, received by the Secretary of State from the respective county clerks, duly certified under their hands and seals of office. In witness whereof we have hereunto set our names, at the office of the Secretary of State, this fifteenth day of December, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty-nine.

GEO. W. PECK, Secretary of State.
JOHN J. ADAM, Auditor General,
GEO, B. COOPER, State Treasurer.

Board of State Canvasscts. State of Michigan, 88.

We, the nndersigned, having in pursuance of law, this fifteenth day of December, A. D. one thousand eight hundred and forty-nine. at the office of the Secretary of State, examined and canvassed the statements received by the said Secretary, of the votes given in the several counties at the general election hoiden on the sixth day of November, A. D. one thousand eight hundred and forty-nine, for and against a Convention to be called for the purpose of making a gen eral revision of the Constitution of this State, and made out a correct statement of the whole number of votes given at such election for and against said Convention, and certified such statement to be correct, and subscribed our names thereto; and it appearing from such canvass and statement that the greatest number of votes was given in favor of said Convention, do hereby determine that said Convention has been duly called according to the provisions of the second section of the thirteenth article of the Constitution of said State.

GEO. W. PECK, Secretary of State.
JOHN J. ADAM, Auditor General,
GEO, B. COOPER, State Treasurer.

Board of State Canvassets.

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