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Moore of Milford
Sawyer of Nashua
Spalding
Beard
Baldwin
Ames
Moore of Peterborough
Wheeler
Coolidge
Piper
Parker of Fitzwilliam
Dickinson
Patrick
Wilson of Keene
Chamberlain
Batchelder of Marlborough
Atwood

Converse
E' Buckminster

Mason
Hayward
Hoskins

Meacham
Warland
Stevens of Claremont
Bingham
Breck
Walker of Langdon
Smith of Lempster
Forsaith
Bryant
Carbee
Hoit of Bridgewater
Adams

Knapp
a Fellows

Ferren
Allen
Perrin
Pitman
Smith of Carroll
Wells
Green

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Those who voted in the negative are—Messrs.

Richardson Cotton St. Clair Jenness of Deerfield Dinsmoor Sanborn of East Kingston Hatch of Exeter Berry of Greenland Lane Towle of Hampton Furber Currier of Newtown Batchelder of North Hampton Crawford George of Plaistow Robinson of Poplin Eord read well 1oses

Poor of Raymond
Jenness of Rye
Thompson of Salem
Fifield
Walker of Barnstead
McDaniel
Wedgewood
Dame
Lawrence
Leavitt of Gilmanton
Durrell
Wilson of Lee
Frost
Shannon
Locke of New Durham
Perkins of Strafford
Whitton
Scribner
Morrill of Canterbury

Shute

Burtt Hoit of Concord

Woodbury Perley

Whittemore of Wilton Patterson

Weeks of Richmond Garland

Copeland Trussell

Whitcomb Cate

Howard of Springfield George of Salisbury

Chase Pattee

George of Wendell Currier of Wilmot

Lock of Alexandria Davis of Antrim

Wilcomb Bailey

Page of Coventry Goodale

Blodgett Poor of Goffstown

Merrill Stevens of Goffstown

Cheney Whittemore of Greenfield

Smith of Haverhill Patten

Swasey Baker of Hillsborough

Noyes Monroe

McGrath Farley

Learned Marsh

Little of Warren Boardman

Peabody Stark 1

Whittemore of Colebrook Morrison

Dustin Odell

Perkins of Jackson McMillen

Warner
McCoy

Smith of Bradford
Ayes 69. Noes 92.
So the amendment was not adopted.

Mr. Dodge moved an amendment by striking out the sixth resolution.

And the question being put,
It appeared that a quorum was not present.
Mr. Treadwell moved a call of the House.
Mr. Sawyer of Dover raised a question of order,
Which was

Whether, a call of the House was in order while a question was pending before the House?

The Speaker deciding that the call was in order-
Mr. Sawyer of Dover appealed from the decision of the Chair
And the question being put,
Is the Speaker's decision correct?

Mr. Sawyer of Dover called for the ayes and noes.

Those who voted in the affirmative are-Messrs.

Richardson Cotton St. Clair Jenness of Deerfield Dinsmoor Sanborn of East Kingston Hatch of Exeter Berry of Greenland Lane Towle of Hampton Dodge Thayer Furber Currier of Newtown Batchelder of North Hampton Crawford George of Plaistow Robinson of Poplin Lord Treadwell Moses Langdon Poor of Raymond Jenness of Rye Thompson of Salem Brown of South Hampton Fifield Charles Hill of Alton Walker of Barnstead Jenkins Burnham Dame Lawrence Leavitt of Gilmanton Durrell Wilson of Lee Ela of Meredith

Shannon
Norris of New Hampton
Perkins of Strafford
Wentworth
Griffin
Morrill of Somersworth
Haley
Whitton
Thompson of Wolfborough
Scribner
Smith of Bradford
Morrill of Canterbury
Leavitt of Chichester
Carter
Hoit of Concord
Perley
Burley of Franklin
Patterson
Barnard
Garland
Trussell
Cate
George of Salisbury
Page of Sutton
Pattee
Watkins
Currier of Wilmot
Davis of Antrim
French of Bedford
Bailey
Goodale
Stevens of Goffstown
Whittemore of Greenfield
Patten
Baker of Hillsborough
Monroe
Farley
Marsh

Boardman

Wedgewood Stark

Whidden Morrison

Stevens of Lyman Odell

Taylor McMillen

Rand McCoy

Cross Burtt

Blodgett Woodbury

Knapp Whittemore of Wilton

Cheney Parker of Fitzwilliam

Smith of Haverhill Dickinson

Swasey Batchelder of Marlborough Ferren Weeks of Richmond

Noyes Copeland

McGrath Whitcomb

Peabody Hoskins

Perkins of Jackson Stevens of Claremont

Wells Smith of Lempster

Green Howard of Springfield

Warner Chase

Merrill Lock of Alexandria

George of Wendell Carbee

Gibson Hoit of Bridgewater

Learned Weeks of Canaan

Poor of Goffstown Page of Coventry

Carry Knight

Sanborn of Gilford Durgin

Smith of Carroll Towle of Freedom

Those who voted in the negative are Messrs. Currier of Chester

Sawyer of Nashua Betton

Wheeler Freese

Piper Sawyer of Dover

Wilson of Keepe Wallace

Bingham Moore of Milford

Ayes 131. Noes 11.
So the Speaker's decision was sustained.
It appearing that a quorum of the House was present,
Mr. Treadwell withdrew his motion for a call of the House.
Mr. Howard of Rochester moved that the House adjourn.

And the question being put, It was decided in the negative. » So the motion to adjourn did not prevail. The question recurring, Upon the adoption of the amendment proposed by Mr. Dodge. It was decided in the negative. So the amendment was not adopted. The question recurring, Upon the passage of the resolutions. Mr. Sawyer of Nashua called for a division of tbe question. On the question, Shall the first of said resolutions pass? It was decided in the affirmative. So the resolution passed. On the question, Shall the second of said resolutions pass?. It was decided in the affirmative. So the resolution passed. On the question, Shall the third of said resolutions pass? It was decided in the affirmative. So the resolution passed. On the question, Shall the fourth of said resolutions pass? It was decided in the affirmative. So the resolution passed. On the question, Shall the fifth of said resolutions pass? Mr. Batchelder of Marlborough called for the ayes and noes.

Those who voted in the affirmative are-Messrs.

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Richardson
St. Clair
enness of Deerfield
Dinsmoor
auborn of East Kingston
Watch of Exeter
erry of Greenland
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"owle of Hampton

Furber
Currier of Newtown
Batchelder of North Hampton
Crawford
George of Plaistow
Robinson of Poplin
Lord
Treadwell
Moses
Langdon

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