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Mr. Ruggles submitted the following motion for consideration
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Full text of "The debates and proceedings in the Congress of the United States: with an appendix, containing important state papers and public documents, and all the laws of a public nature; with a copious index" See other formats. If the report is read by the secretary or a reading clerk in such a case, the reporting member resumes the floor for the purpose of making the motion immediately after the reading is completed. No second is required in these cases, since the motion is made on behalf of the board or committee (see p. 36, ll. 15–23).
consideration Of holding elections at the county Show Barn due to the Community center not being available. Motion made by Mr. Micnael Kahlig to approve the county snow Barn as the polling place, motion seconded by Mrs. Celica Belcher, motion passed with all in favor. Mr. Ruggles says that nearly all the silver coined in the United States prior to has disappeared. A remedy is not to be found in the adoption of a system that undervalues this metal, for that commodity, like any other, shuns the market where not taken at its full value to find the more favorable one.
Mr. Ruggles further advised Mr. Sherman that the proposition of the Conference was to take, for that common unit, the French five-franc gold-piece. The next day — May 18th — Mr. Sherman replied to Mr. Ruggles, favoring the proposition. He said: “If this is done, France will surely abandon the impossible effort of making two standards of. Mr. Ruggles moved to amend, " to print copies in pamphlet form, and refer to Committee on Education which amendment was accepted by Mr. Hughes, and the motion so amended was carried. Mr. Hughes, on leave, introduced C. B. No. 24, An act for the relief of F. H. Goodwin, late Sheriff of Yuma county. Bill read a first time. On motion of Mr.
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[Benjamin Ruggles; United States. Congress. Senate.]. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Ruggles, from the Committee of Claims, to which the subject was referred, reported a bill for the relief of Amos JNichols.
The bill was read, and passed to the second reading. Holmes, of Maine, submitted the follow-ing motion for consideration: Resolved, That the President of the United States be requested to communicate to the Senate.
the main motion brings business before the assembly and/or introduces a new subject. This motion can only be made when no other business is pending. Sets a pattern from which all other motions are derived.
MERCER moved to lay the motion on the table; but, before the question was taken, the House, On motion by Mr. HANNEGAN, adjourned. IN SENATE.
Wednesday, Decem Mr. TIPTON submitted the following resolu-tions; which lie over one day for consideration: Resolved, That the Committee on Commerce be instructed. Book/Printed Material The committee to whom was referred a motion of Mr.
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On motion of Mr. Benton, the Senate proceeded to the consideration of the by him, to introduce a hill to re peal the duty on salt,and the fishing boun ties and allowances dlependant thereon.
A debate then ensued, in which Messrs. Williams of Maine, Benton, Davis, Buch anan, Niles, awl Ruggles took part. Rugglcs moved to lay the. Blog. 24 April How to make a sales pitch on video; 22 April Strengthening a school community with Prezi Video; 22 April Engage your students during remote learning with.
Grenville submitted to the House of Commons an act proposing a stamp duty, 7 at the same time assuring the colonial agents, with whom he had conferred, that he should not press its adoption that session, but would leave the scheme open for consideration. He required the colonies to pay into the treasury a million of dollars per annum, and.
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All quotation marks and ampersand have been. MOVED BY MR. RUSTEM, SUPPORTED BY MR. CUMMINGS, TO ADOPT THE MINUTES OF THE OCTO MNRTF BOARD MEETING. MOTION PASSED WITHOUT DISSENTING VOTE. ADOPTION OF AGENDA FOR MEETING OF DECEMBER 6, Director Creagh called for a motion to amend the agenda to move project withdrawals TF On a motion made by Mr.
Veitch, seconded by Mr. Allen, the following resolution was approved unanimously. EQUALIZATION & ASSESSMENT • Authorizing acceptance of tender offers in the Town of Hadley for $14, and the Town of Malta for $14, Mr.
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Schniepp shared that a student-athlete may not participate in a regular. A motion to adopt the Report of the Business Committee, as a whole, being opposed by Mr.
Townsend and Mr. Morris, and others, was lost. On motion of Mr. Phelps, the preamble to the Report was taken up and discussed. Townsend was opposed to the preamble, on the ground that it was crouching in its present form.
You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at Title: Ruggles of Red Gap Author: Harry Leon Wilson Release Date: October, [EBook #] This file was first posted on September 8, Last Updated: Novem Language: English.
Upon a motion made by Mayor Pro Tem Becton, and seconded by Councilmember Ruggles, the following proclamation passed unanimously: Clinton NORTH CAROLINA 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF MUNICIPAL CLERKS WEEK May 5 - WHEREAS, The Office of the Municipal Clerk, a time honored and vital part of local government exists throughout the world; and.
Under NFPA rules, anyone wishing to make an allowable amending motion at an NFPA Technical Meeting must declare their intentions by filing, within the published deadline, a Notice of Intent to Make a Motion (NITMAM).
NITMAMs submitted on Public Comments (PC) can only be submitted by the original submitter of the PC or their duly authorized Designated Representative. Link to Annals. Mr. Johnson, of Kentucky, submitted the following motion for consideration: Resolved, That it is expedient to make provision, by law, to authorise any person who has purchased public lands, and not made full payment for the same, to relinquish to the United States so much thereof as may not be paid for; and retain such portion of the original purchase as may amount to the sums.Lederman, Mr.
Wood, Mr. Dutton, Mr. Shoemaker, and Mr. Robertson. The first item on the agenda was a review of the minutes of the previous meeting. After reviewing the minutes, Mr. Shoemaker moved the minutes be approved as written. This motion was seconded by .Mr. WALKER replied, to obviate the objection of Mr.
OTIS; and the postponement was supported by Mt. NOBLE and opposed by Mr. RUGGLES. The motion to postpone to Wednesday was lost, and the motion for to-morrow prevailed to 14; but a reconsideration of the vote was subsequently moved and agreed to, and the motion to postpone being then.