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Mr. Gayman moved that the Senate proceed to the election of officers.
Which was agreed to.
The election of a President pro tem, being declared in order-
Mr. Howe named for said office Mr. James M. Williams.
Mr. Meck presented the name of Mr. Oran F. Hypes.
There being no other nominations, the Senate proceeded to ballot.
Those who voted for Mr. Williams-

Messrs. Beatty, Berry, Boehmer, Carter, Denman, Drake, Espy, Gayman, Hafner, Harper, Howe, Huffman, Ilunt, Hypes, Lamb, Mahaffey, Schmidt, Sites, Vanover and Ward-19.

Those who voted for Mr. Hypes were

Messrs. Arbenz, Itwell, Brandt, Crist, Duvall, Kinsman, Lauman, Lawyer, Mather, Meck, Patterson, Pollock, ,Rathburn, Rose, Russell, Sites, West and Williams--18.

Mr. Williams having received a majority of all the votes cast, was declared to be duly elected to the office of President pro tem. of the Senate.

Mr. Hypes moved that the election of Mr. Williams be made unanimous.

Which was agreed to.

Mr. Williams appeared at the bar of the Senate and took an oath, administered by Justice Davis of the Supreme Court of Ohio, to support the Constitution of the United States, the Constitution of the State of Ohio, and also an oath of office.

The next business in order being the election of Clerk-
Mr. Schmidt nominated for said ofhce Mr. A. P. Sandles.
Mr. Russell nominated for said office Mr. F. E. Scobey.
There being no other nominations, the Senate proceeded to ballot.
Those who voted for Mr. Sandles were

Messrs. Beatty, Berry, Boehmer, Carter, Denman, Drake, Espy, Gayman, Hafner, Harper, Howe, , Huffman, Hunt, Lamb, Mahaffey, Schmidt, Vanover, Ward and Williams-19.

Those who voted for Mr. Scobey were

Messrs. Arbenz, Atwel, Brandt, Crist, Duvall, Hypes, Kinsman, Lauman, Lawyer, Mather, Meck, Patterson, Pollock, Rathburn, Rose, Russel Sites and West-18.

So Mr. Sandles having received a majority of all the votes cast, was declared elected to the office of Clerk.

The election of a Journal Clerk being next in order, Mr. Mahaffey nominated William A. Gold.

Mr. Hypes nominated W. B. Brown.
Those who voted for Mr. Gold were-

Messrs. Beatty, Berry, Boehmer, Carter, Denman, Drake, Espy, Gayman, Hafner, Harper, Howe, Huffman, Hunt, Lamb, Mahaffey, Schmidt, Vanover, Ward and Williams-19.

Those who voted for Mr. Brown were

Messrs. Arbenz, Atwel, Brandt, Crist, Duvall, Hypes, Kinsman, Lauman, Lawyer, Mather, Veck, Patterson, Pollock, Rathburn, Rose, Russell, Sites and West-18.

Mr. Gold having received a majority of all the votes cast, was declared elected Journal Clerk.

The election of a Message Clerk being next in order, Senator West nominated Mr. Frank G. McCracken.

Mr. Drake named Herman S. Blaich.

Those who voted for Mr. Blaich were-

Messrs. Beatty, Berry, Boehmer, Carter, Denman, Drake, Espy, Gayman.. Hafner, Harper, Howe, Huffman, Hunt, Lamb, Mahaffey, Schmidt, Vanover, Ward and Williams--19.

Those who voted for Mr. McCracken were:

Messrs. Arbenz, Atwell, Brandt, Crist, Duvall, Hypes, Kinsman, Lauman, 'Lawyer, Mather, Veck, Patterson, Pollock, Rathburn, Rose, Russell, Sites and West-18.

Mr. Blaich, having received a majority of all the votes cast, was declared elected Message Clerk.

The election of Enrolling Clerk being next in order, Mr. Schmidt nominated Miss Flora Medary Sparrow, and Mr. Kinsman named Mr. Percy W. Smith.

Those who voted for Miss Flora Medary Sparrow were

Messrs. Beatty, Berry, Boehmer. Carter, Denman, Drake, Espy, Gayman, Hafner, Harper, Howe, Huffman, Hunt, Lamb, Mahaffey, Schmidt, Vanover, Ward and Williams-19.

Those who voted for Mr. Smith were

Messrs. Arbenz, Atwell, Brandt, Crist, Duvall, Hypes, Kinsman, Lauman. Lawyer, Mather. Meck, Patterson Pollock, Rathburn, Rose, Russell, Sites and West-18.

Miss Sparrow having received a majority of the votes cast, was declared elected Enrolling Clerk.

The next business in order being the election of Engrossing Clerk, Mr. Carter nominated for said office Mr. George F. Ackerman, and Mr. Patterson named Mr. Harlan Reed.

Those who voted for Mr. Ackerman were as follows:

Messrs. Beatty, Berry. Boehmer, Carter, Denman, Drake, Espy, Gayman, Hafner, Harper, Howe, Huffman, Hunt, Lamb, Mahaffey, Schmidt, Vanover, Ward and Williams-19.

Those who voted for Mr. Reed were

Messrs. Arbenz. Atwell. Brandt, Crist. Duvall, Hypes, Kinsman, Lauman, Lawyer. Mather. Meck, Patterson Pollock, Rathburn, Rose, Russell, Sites and West-18.

Mr. Ackerman having received a majority of the votes cast, was declared elected Engrossing Clerk.

The next business in order being the election of Recording Clerk. Mr. Vanover nominated Mrs. Eleanor Critchfield, and Mr. Brandt named Charles Thurber.

Those who voted for Mrs. Critchfield were as follows:

Messrs. Beatty. Berry. Boehmer. Carter, Denman, Drake, Espy, Gayman, Hafner, 'HarperHowe. Huffman, Hunt, Lamb, Mahaffey, Schmidt, Vanover. Ward and Williams—19.

Those who voted for Mr. Thurber were

Messrs. Arbenz Atwell. Brandt, Crist, Duvall, Hypes, Kinsman, Lauman. Lawver Mather. Meck, Patterson. Pollock, Rathburn, Rose; Russell. Sites and West-18.

Mrs. Critchfield, having received a majority of all the votes cast, was declared elected to said office.

The next business in order being the election of Sergeant-at-Arms, Mr. Huffman nominated Mr. Bert S. Bartlow, and Mr. Mather named Mr. Lionel S. Pardee.

Those who voted for Vr. Bartlow were-
Messrs. Beatty, Berry. Boehmer, Carter, Denman, Drake, Espy,

Gayman, Hafner, Harper, Howe, Huffman, Hunt, Lamb, Mahaffey, Schmidt, Vanover, Vard and Williams--19.

Those who voted in the negative were-

Messrs. Arbenz, Atwell. Brandt, Crist, Duvall, Hypes, Kinsman, Lauman, Lawyer. Mather, Veck, Patterson, Pollock, Rathburn, Rose, Russell, Sites and West-18.

Mr. Bartlow, having received a majority of all the votes cast, was declared duly elected to said office.

The next business in order being the election of First Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms, Mr. Vanover nominated for said office Mr. Michael Booth, and Mr. Duval named Mr. A. C. Brannum.

Those who voted for Mr. Booth were as follows:

Messrs. Beatty, Berry. Boehmer, Carter, Denman, Drake, Espy, Gayman, Hafner, Harper, Howe, Huffman, Hunt, Lamb, Mahaffey, Schmidt, Vanover, Ward and Williams—19.

Those who voted for Mr. Brannum were

Messrs. Arbenz. Atwell, Brandt, Crist, Duvall, Hypes, Kinsman, Lauman, Lawyer, Mather, Meck, Patterson, Pollock, Rathburn, Rose, Russell, Sites and West-! 8.

So Mr. Booth, having received a majority of all the votes cast, was declared duly elected to said office.

The next business in order being the election of Second Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms, Mr. Beatty nominated for said office William F. Cochran, and Mr. Pollock named Mr. William H. Strick.

Those who voted for Mr. Cochran were

Messrs. Beatty, Berry, Boehmer. Carter, Denman, Drake, Espy, Gayman, Hafner, Harper, Howe, Huffman, Hunt, Lamb, Mahaffey, Schmidt. Vanover, Ward and Williams--19.

Those who voted for Mr. Strick were

Messrs. Artenz Atwell. Brandt, Crist, Duvall, Hypes, Kinsman, Lauman. Lawver. Mather. Weck, Patterson, Pollock, Rathburn, Rose, Russell, Sites and West-18.

Mr. Cochran, having received the majority of all votes cast, was declared duly elected to said office.

The Clerk read the following communication : Seventy-seventh General Assembly, Regular Session.

To the Senate:

I hereby request the Senate to appoint Clark C. Doughty Assistant Clerk of the Senate, and I certify his services to be necessary.

A. P. SANDLES, Clerk.
Mr. Gayman offered the following resolution:
S. R. No. 1

WHEREAS. The Chief Clerk has certified to the Senate the need of an Assistant Clerk, therefore, be it

Resolved. That Clark C. Doughty be appointed Assistant Clerk, and that his compensation be the same as paid other clerks of the Senate.

Mr. West moved to amend the resolution by striking out the name of Clark C. Doughty, and inserting that of Malcolm Jennings, on which motion the reas and navs were taken, resulting-yeas, 18, nays, 19, as follows:

Those who voted in the affirmative were

Messrs. Arbenz Atwell. Brandt, Crist, Duvall. Hypes, Kinsman. Lauman, Lawver. Mather. Meck. latierson Pollock, Rathburn, Rose, Russell, Sites and West-I8.

Those who voted in the negative were

Messrs. Beatty, Berry, Boehmer, Carter, Denman, Drake, Espy, Gayman, Hafner, Harper, Howe, Huffman, Hunt, Lamb, Mahaffey, Schmidt, Vanover, Ward and Williams-19.

So the motion to amend was lost.

The question being on the adoption of the resolution, the yeas and nays were taken, and resulted-yeas, 37, nays, o, as follows:

Those who voted in the affirmative were

Messrs. Arbenz, Atwell, Beatty. Berry, Boehmer, Brandt, Carter, Crist. Denman, Drake, Duvali, Espy, Gayman, Hafner, Harper, Howe, Huffman, Hunt, Hypes, Kinsman, Lamb, Lauman, Lawyer, Mahaffey, Mather, Meck, Patterson. Pollock, Rathburn, Rose, Russell, Schmidt, Sites, Vanover, Ward, West and Williams—37.

So the resolution was adopted.

The Clerk read the following communication : To the Senate:

I have the honor to certify that three additional Sergeants-at-Arms are necessary, for the requirements of the Senate, and, therefore, request their appointment.

B. S. BARTLOW, Sergeant-at-Arms.
Mr. Hafner offered the following resolution:
S. R. Wo. 2.

WHEREAS, The Sergeant-at-Arms has certified to the Senate the necessity for three additional Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms. therefore, be it

Resolved, That T. C. Coil, Thomas O'Donnell and Stanley Harrison be appointed Assistant Sergeants-at-Arms, and that their compensation is hereby fixed at the same per diem as the other Assistant Sergeants-atArms.

The question being on the adoption of the resolution, the yeas and nays were taken, and resulted-yeas, 37, nays, o, as follows:

Those who voted in the affirmative were

Messrs. Arbenz, Atwell, Beatty, Berry, Boehmer, Brandt, Carter, Crist. Denman, Drake, Duvall. Espv. Gayman, Hafner, Harper, Howe, Huffman, Hunt. Hypes, Kinsman, Lamb, Lauman, Lawyer, Mahaffey, Mather, Meck, Patterson, Pollock. Rathburn, Rose, Russell, Schmidt, Sites. l'anover, Ward, West and Williams-37.

S, the resolution was adopted.
Mr Huffman offered the following resolution:
S. R. No. 3.

Resolved, That the following persons be appointed by the Senate to fill the positions named: Doorkeepers, G. N. Schoonmacher, H. H. Evans and P. F. Callan ; Custodians of the Cloak Room, Edgar Gear and John Berry: Stenographers. Misses Mary P. Nye, Flora Ridenour, Margaret Eyler and Katherine Moore; Porters, Kent Wonnell, Joseph P. Rothchild, Samuel C. Scott. Ellsworth Mosier and Robert Vogel : Pages, John Goldrick, Arthur Culloton, Charles Burkhardt and Floyd Balding: and that the compensation of such emploves shall be as follows: Doorkeepers, Custodians and Porters, $3.50 per diem each; Stenographers, $5.00 per diem each ; Pages, $2.50 per diem each.

Mr. Sites moved to amend the resolution by adding the name of Miss Florence Ruble to the list of Stenographers.

Which was agreed to.

The question being on the adoption of the resolution as amended, the veas and nays were taken, and resulted-yeas, 37, nays, o, as follows:

Those who voted in the affirmative were-
Messrs. Arbenz, Atwell, Beatty, Berry, Boehmer, Brandt, Carter,

Crist, Denman, Drake, Duvall, Espy, Gayman, Hafner, Harper, Howe, Huffman, Hunt, Hypes, Kinsman, Lamb, Lauman, Lawyer, Mahaffey, Mather, Meck, Patterson, 'Pollock, Rathburn, Rose, Russell, Schmidt, Sites, Vanover, Ward, West and Williams---37.

So the resolution was adopted.

Mr. Williams moved to reconsider the vote by which the resolution was adopted.

Which was agreed to.

Mr. Williams moved that the resolution be amended by adding the name of John Henderson to the list of Porters.

Which was agreed to.

The question being on the adoption of the resolution as amended, the yeas and nays were taken, and resulted-yeas, 37; nays, o, as follows:

Those who voted in the affirmative were

Messrs. Arbenz, Atwell, Beatty, Berry, Boehmer, Brandt, Carter, Crist, Denman, Drake, Duvall, Espy, Gayman, Hafner, Harper Howe, Huffman, Hunt, Hypes, Kinsman, Lamb, Lauman, Lawyer, Mahaffey, Mather, Meck, Patterson, Pollock, Rathburn, Rose, Russell, Schmidt, Sites, Vanover, Ward, West and Williams-37:

So the resolution was adopted.

The Clerk read the following communication : To the Senate:

I hereby certify that the services of an Index Clerk are necessary, and request the Senate to appoint James F. Fergus to that position.

A. P. SANDLES, Clerk.
Mr. Berry offered the following resolution :
S. R. No. 8.

Be it resolved by the Senate that James Fergus be appointed Index Clerk in accordance with the request and certification of the Clerk, and that his compensation be the same as that allowed other Assistant Clerks.

The question being the adoption of the resolution, the yeas and nays were taken, and resulted-yeas, 37; nays, o, as follows:

Those who voted in the affirmative were

Messrs. Arbenz, Atwell, Beatty, Berry, Boehmer, Brandt, Carter, Crist, Denman, Drake, Duvall, Espy. Gayman, Hafner, Harper, Howe, Huffman, Hunt, Hypes, Kinsman, Lamb, Lauman, Lawyer, Mahaffey, Mather, Meck, Patterson, Pollock, Rathburn, Rose, Russell, Schmidt, Sites, Vanover, Ward, West and Williams-37.

So the resolution was adopted.
Mr. Berry offered the following resolution:
S. R. No. 4.

Resolved, That a message be sent to the House of Representatives informing that body that the Senate is now organized and ready to proceed to business, and that the following officers have been elected:

President pro tem.-James M. Williams.
Clerk--A. P. Sandles.
Assistant Clerk-Clark C. Doughty.
Message Clerk-Herman Blaich.
Journal Clerk-W. A. Gold.
Engrossing Clerk-George F. Ackerman.
Enrolling Clerk-Miss Flora Medary Sparrow.
Recording Clerk-Mrs. Eleanor Critchfield.
Sergeant-at-Arms---Bert S. Bartlow.
First Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms-Michael Booth.

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