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Page 24 - The question now before the house is, Shall the decision of the chair stand as the decision of the stockholders?
Page 296 - ... publicity have coupled exaggerated claims relating to damages from the project with strong indications of apprehension about surplus production from the same project. It should be pointed out that a paved highway will be built over the dam thus allowing maximum access of people in the area to travel back and forth from one side of the lake to the other in a matter of 10 minutes
Page 26 - A vote cannot be debated," thundered Tommy, with awful dignity. "Any member has the right to doubt the vote, and call for a count." " I doubt the vote, Mr. President, and call for a count," added Lennox. "The vote is doubted," said Tommy, rapping violently to repress the noise and confusion. " Those in favor of sustaining the decision of the chair will rise and stand uncovered till counted.
Page 45 - Second the motion," added Putnam. " It is moved and seconded that we adjourn to Grass Springs at two o'clock this afternoon," repeated the president, wondering what thie movement meant.