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COLORADO STATE PUBLICATIONS LIBRARY 

S1.2/EL2/1911 local 

/State of Colorado roster of elected off 



\TE OF COLORADO 



3 1799 00016 4681 



Roster of Elected Officers 



AND 



Tabulated Statement of the Votes Cast 
for the Several Candidates 



FOR THE OFFICES OF : 



Judge of the Supreme Court 
District Judge of the 11th Judicial District 

To Fill Vacancy 

Congressman at Large in the LXII Congress 
Congressman 1st District, LXII Congress 
Congressman 2d District, LXII Congress 
Governor Lieutenant Governor 

Secretary of State State Treasurer 

Auditor of State Attorney General 

Railroad Commissioner 

State Superintendent of Public Instruction 

Regents of the State University 

Senators in the 18th General Assembly 

Representatives in the 18th General Assembly 

In the Several Counties of the State 
at the General Election Held en 



Tuesday, November 8, A. D. 1910 

ALSO 

Senate Rules, House Rules, Senate Commit- 
tees, House Committees of the Eighteenth 
General Assembly 

* COMPILED FROM OFFICIAL RETURNS 



BY 

JAMES B. PEARCE 

Secretary of State 
1911 



DENVER, COLORADO 

THE SMITH-BROOKS PRINTING CO., STATE PRINTERS 

1911 



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STATE OF COLORADO 



Roster of Elected Officers 



AND 



Tabulated Statement of the Votes Cast 
for the Several Candidates 



FOR THE OFFICES OF 



Judge of the Supreme Court 
District Judge of the 11th Judicial District 

To Fill Vacancy 

Congressman at Large in the LXII Congress 
Congressman 1st District, LXII Congress 
Congressman 2d District, LXII Congress 
Governor Lieutenant Governor 

Secretary of State State Treasurer 

Auditor of State Attorney General 

Railroad Commissioner 

State Superintendent of Public Instruction 

Regents of the State University 

Senators in the 18th General Assembly 

Representatives in the 18th General Assembly 



In the Several Counties of the State 
at the General Election Held on 



Tuesday, November 8, A. D. 1910 



COMPILED FROM OFFICIAL RETURNS 



BY 

JAMES B. PEARCE 

Secretary of State 
1911 



DENVER, COLORADO 

THE SMITH-BBOOKS PRINTING CO., STATE PRINTERS 

1911 



INDEX. 



Rl IS' 'EB OP ELECTED OFFICERS 1910. 

Page 

.-Sill < 11 4 

Judges of Supreme Court 4 

Executive officers and deputies 5 

State Railroad Commissioners 6 

Regents of University C 

District judges and attorneys 7-8 

Senators and officers Eighteenth General Assembly 9-10 

Representatives and officers Eighteenth General Assembly 11-14 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES. 

Congressman at large 10-17 

Congressman first district 18 

Congressman second district 20-21 

Governor 22-23 

Lieutenant governor 

Secretary of state 

Auditor of state 28-29 

Attorney general 30-31 

State treasurer 32-33 

Supedintendent of public instruction 34-35 

State railroad commissioners 36-37 

Judge of Supreme Court 3S-39 

Judge of eleventh judicial district to fill vacancy 40 

Regents of the State University 41-42-43-44 

Constitutional amendments 46-55 

Senators j 56-60 

Representatives 61-74 

I nor 1900-1910 

Tin- party of each candidate is indicated as below- 
Social Labor S. I.. 

Socialist S. 

Prohibition P. 

Democrat P> • 

Republican R- 

Citizens C. 

Insurgent Ins. 



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Joint Rules of the Senate and House of Representatives 10] 

Joint Convention Rules 103 

Senate Committees 104 

House Rules 109 

House Committees 138 



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ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST AT A GB3NERAL ELECTION HELD ON TUES- 
DAY, NOVEMBER EIGHTH, A. D. 1910, FOR REPRESENTATIVE AT 
LARGE, LXII CONGRESS. 



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Adams G3 

Arapahoe 112 

Archuleta 34 

Baca 40 

Bent 

Boulder — 551 

Chaffee 310 

Cheyenne 46 

Clear Creek 55 

Conejos 

Costilla 30 

Custer 11 

Delta 356 

Denver 2,104 

Dolores 36 

Douglas 15 

Eagle 158 

Elbert 75 

El Paso 341 

Fremont 3!3 

Garfield 73 

Gilpin 49 

Grand 9 

Gunnison 96 

Hinsdale 27 

Huerfano 34 

Jackson 1 

Jefferson 209 

Kiowa 18 

Kit Carson 121 

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309 


245 




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740 


465 


4,256 


4,747 


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1,253 


1,374 


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699 


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1, 783 


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1,247 


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518 


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153 


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1,342 


1,971 


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442 


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258 


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76 


2,405 


2,226 


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544 


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1,140 


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851 101 

602 64 

1,605 125 

10,019 491 

2,983 121 

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3,971 405 

1,720 818 

973 77 

4,309 181 

44,409 6,534 

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1, 335 70 

1,274 218 

1,851 271 

11,377 1,880 

6,014 22 

3, 426 629 

1,664 3 

831 66 

2,192 543 

325 2 

3,874 1,753 

477 49 

4,916 179 

1,155 14 

2,009 441 

3.86S 471 

2,995 493 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 



17 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST AT A GENERAL ELECTION HELD ON TUES- 
DAY, NOVEMBER EIGHTH, A. D. 1910, FOR REPRESENTATIVE AT 
LARGE, LXII CONGRESS— Concluded. 



COUNTIES. 



Larimer — 
Las Animas 

Lincoln 

Logan 

Mesa 

Mineral 

Montezuma 
Montrose . . . 

Morgan 

Otero 

Ouray 

Park 

Phillips 

Pitkin 

Prowers 

Pueblo 

Rio Blanco 
Rio Grande 

Routt 

Saguache ... 
San Juan . . . 
San Miguel 
Sedgwick ... 
Summit .... 

Teller 

Washington 

Weld 

Yuma 



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30 
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82 
96 

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43 

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3,642 

4,395 

935 

1,311 

3,057 

213 

513 

1,328 

1,452 

2,788 

695 

492 

621 

360 

1,310 

5,248 

325 

1, 313 

1,334 

771 

468 

866 

610 

325 

1,977 

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1,161 

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7,485 
547 

1,041 

1,282 
683 
679 
848 
384 
612 

3,307 
589 

3,988 
983 



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1,626 
2,640 
6,379 

670 
1,450 
3,307 
2,467 
5,666 
1,617 
1,090 
1,121 
1,346 
2,472 
13, 204 

872 
2,434 
2,616 
1,498 
1,147 
1,714 
1,010 

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5,803 
1,312 
9, 587 
2,332 



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159 

304 



90 

159 

64 



508 



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222 



211 



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Totals 8,620 4,689 101,722 105,700 220,731 

D— Edw. T. Taylor 105,700 

R— Isaac N. Stevens 101,722 



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320 
150 
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52 
91 

16 
226 



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1,014 

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D— Taylor's Plurality 3,97$ 



18 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST AT A GENERAL ELECTION HELD ON TUES- 
DAY, NOVEMBER EIGHTH, A. D. 1910, FOR CONGRESSMAN, FIRST 
DISTRICT, LXI] CONGRESS. 



COUNTIES. 



Adams 

Arapahoe 

Boulder 

Denver 

Jefferson 

Lake 

Larimer 

Logan 

Morgan 

Park 

Phillips 

Sedgwick 

Washington 

Weld 

Yuma 



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2,466 




1,301 


369 


96 


919 


2,885 


582 


4,142 


771 


541 


4,550 


10,004 




13,177 


12,919 


1,869 


18,796 


46, 761 




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562 


183 


1,968 


4,930 


249 


1,601 


211 


91 


1,955 


3,858 




3,453 


696 


221 


2,451 


6,821 


1,002 


1,258 


210 


70 


1,108 


2,646 


150 


1,421 


161 


63 


837 


2,482 


584 


464 


51 


35 


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1,092 




610 


50 


13 


449 


1,122 


161 


606 


33 


2 


373 


1,014 


233 


637 


32 


21 


550 


1,240 


87 


4,890 


673 


247 


3,762 


9,572 


1,123 


1,082 


142 


154 


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2,340 


120 



Totals 37,966 17,144 3,661 40,458 99,229 

D— Rucker 40, 458 

R— Burger 37, 966 



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D— Rucker's Plurality 2,492 



20 ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 

ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST AT A GENERAL ELECTION HELD ON TUES- 
DAY, NOVEMBER EIGHTH, A. I>. 1910, FOB — AN. LNI] 
CONGRESS, SECOND DISTRICT. 



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Archuleta 29 

Baca 7 

Bent 37 

Chaffee 

Cheyenne 42 

Clear Creek 16 

Conejos 21 

Costilla 11 

Custer 7 

Delta 113 

Dolores 

Douglas 13 

Eagle 14 

43 

El Paso 483 

Fremont 150 

Garfield — 54 

Gilpin 17 

Grand . . •* 3 

Gunnison 

Hinsda'e 2 

Huerfano 

Jackson 

Kiowa 36 

Kit Carson 

La Plata 

Las Animas 51 

Lincoln 44 

Mesa 1SS 

Mineral 3 

Montezuma 21 

Montrose 

Otero 146 



346 


441 


30 


846 




95 


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312 








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1,411 


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545 


"~ 


17 






12 


" 




121 


. 1 




431 


" 








5 




- 






. 




7& 


639 


914 


-■ 


1.625 




-- 


. 11 




SS 






- 


373 


m 


•- 




161 






509 


s 


1.44S 


324 




• " 


1,336 


ZR 


- 


_' 




\ 


2,551 




5.771 


"- 






ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 



21 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST AT A GENERAL ELECTION HELD ON TUES- 
DAY, NOVEMBER EIGHTH, A. D. 1910, FOR CONGRESSMAN, LXII 
CONGRESS, SECOND DISTRICT— Concluded. 



COUNTIES. 



Ouray 

Pitkin 

Prowers . . . 

Pueblo 

Rio Blanco 
Rio Grande 

Routt 

Saguache . . 
San Juan . 
San Miguel 

Summit 

Teller 



Totals 



§ 


Q 


■ « 










73 






xn 




c 




£ 






















u 







ce 


O 




• 


a 


O 


o 


3 

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< 


£ 


o 
> 




£< 




s 


* 


™j 


~J2 


ra in 


* 


o 

»-5 


ha 


1-3 


b* 


7? ° 

— -: 


£4 


13 


856 


681 


54 


1,604 


175 




12 


783 


418 


130 


1, 343 


365 




86 


1,040 


1,280 


75 


2,481 




240 


169 


8,351 


4,522 


204 


13,246 


3,829 




7 


441 


417 




865 


24 




38 


1,05S 


1,295 


39 


2, 430 




237 


43 


1,240 


1,338 




2,621 




98 


11 


685 


769 


31 


1,496 




84 


7 


684 


468 




1,159 


216 




19 


Sll 


S83 




1,713 




72 


12 


623 


303 


32 


975 


315 




36 


3,300 


1,977 


461 


5,774 
124,000 


1, 323 




2,320 


60, 201 


57,006 


4,473 






Martin. . 










. 60,201 
. 57,006 




l. Orr.... 












pluralitv 










. 3.195 





L>L> 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST AT A GENERAL ELECTION HELD ON TUES- 
DAY, NOVEMBER EIGHTH, A. D. 1910, FOR GOVERNOR. 



COUNTIES. 



Adams 8 

Arapahoe 11 

Archuleta 6 

Baca 3 

Bent 

Boulder 19 

Chaffee 13 

Cheyenne 5 

Clear Creek 3 

Conejos 

Costilla 3 

Custer 

Delta 60 

Denver 166 

Dolores 1 

Douglas 3 

Eagle 10 

Elbert 3 

El Paso 33 

Fremont 26 

Garfield 4 

Gilpin 5 

Grand 

Gunnison 2 

Hinsdale 

Huerfano 4 

Jackson 1 

Jefferson 9 

Kiowa 4 

Kit Carson 7 

Lake 3 

La Plata 11 





5 


o 
u 

ca 
w 




V 






01 




c 
• o 

•-5 


PQ 

c 
s: 
o 


o 

> 

o 


CUM 


a ~ 
Era 


50 


32 


1,467 


912 


2,469 


555 




93 


36 


1,257 


1,528 


2,925 




271 


28 


22 


366 


427 


849 




61 


38 


7 


243 


312 


0<j3 




69 


12 


29 


762 


833 


1,636 




71 


457 


351 


5,175 


4,038 


10, 040 


1,137 




305 


37 


1,434 


1,243 


3,032 


191 




41 


38 


421 


534 


1,039 




113 


47 


11 


1,064 


687 


1,812 


377 




29 


22 


2,151 


1,795 


3,997 


356 




30 


9 


454 


1,231 


1,727 




777 


11 


6 


532 


434 


983 


98 




290 


108 


1,925 


1,987 


4,370 




62 


,628 


512 


29,346 


15, 689 


47,341 


13,657 




32 




116 


58 


207 


58 




11 


8 


636 


685 


1,343 




49 


140 


7 


623 


501 


1,281 


122 




74 


39 


755 


965 


1,836 




210 


260 


397 


4,815 


5,963 


11,468 




1,148 


254 


124 


2,953 


2,695 


6,052 


258 




69 


46 


1,796 


1,509 


3,424 


287 




37 


16 


843 


783 


1,684 


60 




8 


3 


405 


433 


849 




28 


82 


17 


1,374 


745 


2,220 


629 




25 




152 


148 


325 


4 




28 


10 


1,081 


2,757 


3,880 




1,676 


1 


7 


236 


239 


484 




3 


194 


53 


2,435 


2,258 


4,949 


177 




13 


32 


561 


547 


1,157 


14 




117 


52 


708 


1,148 


2,032 




440 


80 


18 


2,194 


1,595 


3.S90 


599 




283 


71 


1,722 


1,241 


3,328 


481 





ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 



23 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST AT A GENERAL ELECTION HELD ON TUES- 
DAY, NOVEMBER EIGHTH, A. D. 1910, FOR GOVERNOR— Concluded. 



COUNTIES. 



Larimer ... 
Las Animas 

Lincoln 

Logan 

Mesa 

Mineral — 
Montezuma 
Montrose . . 
Morgan — 

Otero 

Ouray 

Park 

Phillips .... 

Pitkin 

Prowers 

Pueblo 

Rio Blanco. 
Rio Grande. 

Routt 

Saguache .. 
San Juan... 
San Miguel. 
Sedgwick .. 
Summit — 

Teller 

Washington 

Weld 

Yuma 



3 


DO 

s 


£ 


§ 


PS 








w 
a 

o 
w 

-« 

a> 

< 

6 



c 

>> 

H 


0) 

a 

< 

a 

3 


o 
u 

& 
QQ 

C 

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o 

1-5 


c 

A 

a 

O 

QQ 

PQ 

a 

& 

o 

»-5 


6 

o 
> 

o 


£5 

3 o 

fa* 

PhW 


fid 

3, ** 

PnW 


11 


195 


270 


2,862 


3,505 


6,843 




643 


21 


160 


38 


3,675 


4,321 


8,215 




646 


9 


21 


37 


678 


895 


1,640 




217 


20 


42 


66 


1,325 


1,238 


2,691 


87 




73 


635 


160 


2,528 


3,038 


6,434 




510 


1 


79 


3 


383 


212 


678 


171 




6 


87 


19 


833 


521 


1,466 


312 




28 


265 


76 


1,684 


1,292 


3,345 


392 




2 


42 


67 


985 


1,389 


2,487 




404 


22 


107 


97 


3,034 


2,602 


5,862 


432 




5 


50 


19 


883 


671 


1,628 


212 




3 


18 


5 


547 


512 


1,085 


35 




2 


6 


21 


476 


626 


1,131 




150 


6 


111 


11 


834 


400 


1,362 


434 




6 


69 


75 


1,109 


1,232 


2,491 




123 


36 


195 


164 


7,723 


5,122 


13,240 


2,601 




4 


8 


2 


460 


411 


885 


49 




1 


34 


37 


1,141 


1,238 


2,451 




97 


10 


64 


29 


1,269 


1,305 


2,677 




36 


1 


27 


6 


705 


768 


1,507 




63 


3 


48 


6 


668 


473 


1,198 


195 




2 


69 


20 


894 


804 


1,789 


90 




1 


1 


15 


407 


596 


1,020 




189 


5 


29 


8 


624 


314 


980 


310 




13 


369 


21 


3,728 


1,884 


6,015 


1,844 




2 


19 


22 


614 


649 


1,306 




35 


11 


182 


280 


4,518 


4,620 


9,611 




102 


8 


145 


57 


1,038 


1,090 


2,338 




52 



Totals 735 7,844 3,751 115,627 97,648 225,605 

D— John F. Shafroth 115,627 

R— John B. Stephen 97,648 



D— Shafroth's Plurality \ 17,979 



-4 ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 

ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST AT A GENERAL ELECTION HELD ON TUES- 
DAY, NOVEMBER EIGHTH, A. D. 1910, FOR LIEUTENANT GOVER- 
NOR. 



COUNTIES. 



u 



Adams 40 

Arapahoe 48 

Archuleta 2S 

Baca 8 

Bent 3S 

Boulder 484 

Chaffee 53 

Cheyenne 41 

Clear Creek 17 

Conejos 23 

Costilla 15 

Custer 7 

Delta 133 

Denver 1,059 

Dolores 

Douglas 13 

Eagle 8 

Elbert 44 

El Paso 574 

Fremont 160 

Garfield 61 

Gilpin 20 

Grand 3 

Gunnison 21 

Hinsdale 1 

Huerfano 20 

Jackson 8 

Jefferson 70 

Kiowa 36 

Kit Carson 42 

Lake 25 

La Plata 64 



x: bo 



20 
291 



Q 
•5 to 

®s 

1,373 

1,068 

345 

243 

718 

4,731 

1,376 

385 

1,019 

2,153 

430 

523 

1,769 

24,883 

114 

615 

595 

725 

4,335 

2,769 

1,727 

801 

370 

1,289 

146 

1,027 

208 

2,232 

538 

681 

2,096 

1.710 



107 
29 
36 
13 

547 

331 
43 
53 
31 
27 
10 

341 

1,937 

36 

13 

150 
75 

319 

294 
78 
43 
10 
99 
27 
31 
1 

204 
14 

115 
89 

300 



Ph 

a 
<v 

DO 

o 

1-3 

992 

1,617 

440 

311 

862 

4,217 

1,242 



1,783 

1,246 

437 

2,056 

16, 428 

54 

692 

508 

987 

6,106 

2,778 

1,529 

795 

449 

775 

151 

2,780 

260 

2,396 

562 

1,174 

1,659 

1,210 



o> — 

> |S 

o 3 a 

H -'- 

2,470 381 

2, 849 

846 

602 

1,633 

9,996 514 

3,011 134 

1,037 

1,787 323 

3, 993 370 

1,723 

977 86 

4,319 

44, 598 8, 455 

204 6'J 

1,334 

1, 268 87 

1,834 

11,362 

6,023 

3,399 198 

1, 660 6 

833 

2, 187 514 

325 

3, 864 

477 

4,911 

1,156 

2,017 

3,876 437 

3, 299 500 






549 



68 
144 



170 



S15 



£62 

1,771 



79 



5 
1,753 

T2 
161 

24 
493 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. ZO 

ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST AT A GENERAL ELECTION HELD ON TUES- 
DAY, NOVEMBER EIGHTH, A. D. 1910, FOR LIEUTENANT GOVER- 
NOR— Concluded. 



COUNTIES. 



Larimer 

Las Animas , 

Lincoln 

Logan 

Mesa 

Mineral 

Montezuma 

Montrose , 

Morgan 

Otero 

Ouray , 

Park 

Phillips 

Pitkin 

Prowers 

Pueblo 

Rio Blanco 

Rio Grande , 

Routt 

Saguache 

San Juan 

San Miguel 

Sedgwick 

Summit , 

Teller 

Washington 

Weld 

Yuma 



o 
<v 

O 

376 
42 
44 
94 

157 

3 

25 

91 

79 

124 
13 
10 
18 
12 
95 

225 
4 

36 
35 
10 
7 
26 
23 
9 
42 
39 

376 
60 



pC he 

3.5 



Q 

& T3 
u 

<x> a 

£ fcJD 

a n 

2,614 

3,554 
622 

1,169 

2,438 
373 
820 

1,603 
877 

2,869 
860 
545 
382 
785 
981 

7,380 
442 

1,039 

1,198 
679 
664 
923 
378 
610 

3,277 
576 

3,988 
971 



204 

178 

27 

55 

638 



267 
64 

115 

49 

50 

7 

126 
69 

234 
10 
44 
68 
29 
50 
71 
2 
33 

468 
18 

229 

156 



3,603 

4,399 

927 

1,318 

3,106 

214 

515 

1,320 

1,452 

2,712 

688 

503 

722 

418 

1,315 

5,316 

417 

1,314 

1,359 

776 

464 

755 

612 

324 

1,983 

666 

4,960 

1,-145 



o 
H 

,814 
,184 
,626 
,660 
,416 
672 
454 
293 
476 
832 
615 
109 
129 
345 
471 
192 
877 
438 
672 
497 
190 
777 
015 
978 
784 
302 
580 



as 

r?T3 



O^fe 


0nk 




989 




845 




305 




149 




668 


159 




305 




283 






575 


157 




172 




42 






340 


367 






334 


2,064 




25 






275 




161 




97 


200 




168 






231 


286 




1,294 






90 




972 




174 



Totals 5,260 812 105,601 8,890 101,044 221,607 

D— Fitzgarrald 105, 601 

R— Painter 101,044 



D—Fitzgan aid's plurality 4, §57 



l><; 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST AT A GENERAL ELECTION HELD ON TUES- 
DAY, NOVEMBER EIGHTH, A. D. 1910, FOR SECRETARY OF STATE. 



COUNTIES. 



Adams 

Arapahoe 105 

Archuleta 30 

Baca 38 

Bent lij 

Boulder 538 

Chaffee 333 

Cheyenne 43 

Clear Creek 54 

Conejos 33 

Costilla 30 

Custer 10 

Delta 344 

Denver 1,930 

Dolores 36 

Douglas 14 

Eagle 147 

Elbert 72 

El Paso 344 

Fremont 293 

Garfield 83 

Gilpin 46 

Grand 7 

Gunnison 97 

Hinsdale 26 

Huerfano 37 

Jackson 1 

Jefferson 198 

Kiowa 13 

Kit Carson 117 

Lake 90 

La Plata 320 



1.35S 

1,060 

347 

141 

735 

4, GTti 

1,375 

999 

2,250 

42S 

520 

1,767 

24, 897 

109 

613 

601 

721 

4,391 

2,736 

1,722 

796 

365 

1,2S0 

144 

1,079 

170 

2,209 

552 

684 

2,053 

1,725 



1,617 

438 

313 

861 

4,280 

1,233 

559 

685 

1,698 

1,247 

435 

2,067 

16,658 

55 

691 

493 

991 

6,039 

2, 794 

1,523 

792 

450 

788 

153 

2,735 

300 

2,389 

563 

1,147 

1,67S 

1, 215 



59 

33 

6 

472 
58 
41 
43 

13 

8 

124 

1,571 

1 

15 
19 
46 
569 
168 
66 
21 

21 

2 

17 

9 

105 

37 

50 

38 



2,851 
851 
600 
1,613 
9,983 
3,007 

1,783 
3,984 
1,721 

973 
4,318 
15, 269 

201 
1,333 
1,267 
1,832 
11,373 
6,013 
3,398 
1,658 

831 
2,190 

325 
3.S73 

4S0 
4,910 
1,168 
2,000 
3.S67 
3,270 



3 ■ 

— o 



37-» 



142 
314 

85 

8,239 
54 

108 



199 
4 

492 



si 



91 

72 

126 



819 



300 



270 
1,648 

5S 



85 



1,656 

130 

ISO 

11 

463 



375 
510 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 



27 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST AT A GENERAL ELECTION HELD ON TUES- 
DAY, NOVEMBER EIGHTH, A. D. 1910, FOR SECRETARY OF STATE- 
Concluded. 



COUNTIES 


03 

4) 


s 

u 

s 

be 
£ 


§ 
p 

P-H 

PQ 
to 

1-5 


§ 
u 

n 

ci 
Ph 

m 

o 

•-5 


£ 

S 

S 
a 

6 
O 


6 
o 
> 

o 

H 


PhPh 






201 


9 


2,331 
3,539 


3 958 


324 


6,823 
8,189 




1,627 
869 


Las Animas. 


184 


10 


4,408 


48 






29 


6 


615 


932 


47 


1,629 
2,653 




317 


Logan 


57 


13 


1,175 


1,308 


100 




133 


Mesa 


632 


75 


2,441 


3,104 


159 


6,411 




663 


Mineral 


84 


1 


369 


213 


3 


670 


156 




Montezuma 


99 


3 


819 


508 


23 


1,452 


311 




Montrose . . . 


283 


12 


1,556 


1,355 


97 


3,303 


201 




Morgan 


61 


8 


858 


1,465 


81 


2,473 




607 


Otero 


110 


12 


3,037 


2,624 




5,783 


413 




Ouray 


51 


3 


837 


697 


17 


1,605 


140 




Park 


33 


1 


550 


497 


6 


1,087 


53 




Phillips 


7 


1 


461 


623 


29 


1,121 




162 


Pitkin 


123 


4 


805 


395 


16 


1,343 
2,473 


410 




Prowers — 


73 


6 


992 


1,306 


96 




314 


Pueblo 


247 


29 


7,387 


5,316 


215 


13,194 


2,071 




Rio Blanco.. 


10 


4 


436 


417 




867 


19 




Rio Grande.. 


44 


1 


1,021 


1,326 


41 


2,433 




305 


Routt 


76 


7 


1,199 


1,366 




2,648 




167 


Saguache . . . 


30 


3 


676 


773 


13 


1,495 




97 


San Juan 


49 


14 


673 


461 




1,197 


212 




San Miguel. 


80 


5 


800 


877 




1,762 




77 


Sedgwick . . . 


4 


1 


381 


606 


21 


1,013 




225 


Summit 


33 


1 


603 


324 


13 


974 


279 




Teller 


467 


11 


3,276 


1,992 


56 


5,802 


1,234 




Washington 


22 


3 


580 


650 


41 


1,296 




70 


Weld 


238 


7 


3,913 

977 


5,056 
1.127 


350 


9,564 
2,333 




1,143 


Yuma 


162 


2 


65 




150 


Totals.. 


8,993 


649 


105, 294 


101, 559 


5,527 


222,022 






D- 


-James B. Pear 


ce. . . 










105, 294 




R- 














L01.559 




D- 


-Pearce's Plurality . 










3.735 





28 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES ('AST. 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST AT A GENERAL ELECTION HELD ON TUES- 
DAY, NOVEMBER EIGHTH, A. D. 191C, FOR AUDITOR OF STATE. 



COUNTIES. 



Adams 

Arapahoe ... 
Archuleta ... 

Baca 

Bent 

Boulder 

Chaffee 

Cheyenne ... 
Clear Creek. 

Conejos 

Costilla 

Custer 

Delta 

Denver 

Dolores 

Douglas 

Eagle 

Elbert 

E'l Paso 

Fremont ... 

Garfield 

Gilpin 

Grand 

Gunnison ... 

Hinsdale 

Huerfano . . 

Jackson 

Jefferson — 

Kiowa 

Kit Carson.. 

Lake 

La Plata 



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9 
O 
P 

ft 


w 
N 

X 

e 
ccj 




e 
o 
w 

i 

09 

o 
Eh 


Q 

< 

o 


■a 
u 

a 
c 

-' 
- 

i 


CD 

o 
\> 

o 
Eh 


-~ 




37 




7 


1,002 


1,355 


59 


2,460 


353 




55 




11 


1,635 


1,043 


102 


2,846 




592 


29 




5 


441 


341 


30 


846 




100 


6 




2 


310 


244 


38 


600 




66 


38 




2 


872 


720 


14 


1,646 




152 


472 




23 


4,293 


4,647 


549 


9,984 


354 




54 




8 


1,251 


1,350 


341 


3,004 


99 




42 




4 


569 


376 


43 


1,034 




193 


15 




4 


728 


977 


54 


1,778 


249 




22 




4 


1,787 


2,149 


27 


3,989 


362 




12 




4 


1,248 


430 


29 


1,723 




SI 8 









438 


522 


10 


976 


84 




122 




12 


2,076 


1,733 


352 


4,295 




343 


971 


288 


16,723 


24, 792 


2,270 


45,044 


8,069 










54 


109 


37 


200 


55 




13 




1 


696 


613 


13 


1,336 




83 


10 




8 


497 


585 


166 


1,266 


88 




4G 




7 


996 


710 


70 


1,829 




286 


553 




29 


5,915 


4,501 


341 


11, 339 




1,414 


154 




23 


2,812 


2,722 


306 


6,017 




90 


61 




5 


1, 538 


1,708 


78 


3,390 


170 




20 




7 


800 


791 


44 


1,662 




9 


3 




1 


454 


364 


7 


829 




90 


52 




2 


787 


1,248 


100 


2,189 


461 




1 






151 


145 


25 


272 




6 


21 




5 


2,781 


1,025 


34 


3,866 




1,756 


7 






264 


204 


1 


476 




60 


74 




9 


2,429 


2,184 


211 


4,907 




245 


33 




4 


566 


539 


13 


1,155 




27 


43 




4 


1,157 


678 


113 


1,995 




479 


2S 




8 


1,695 


2,050 


92 


3,873 


355 




G9 




14 


1,206 


1,702 


302 


3,293 


496 





ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 



2\) 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST AT A GENERAL ELECTION HELD ON TUES- 
DAY, NOVEMBER EIGHTH, A. D. 1910, FOR AUDITOR OF STATE— Con- 
cluded. 



COUNTIES. 



Larimer 

Las Animas. 

Lincoln 

Logan 

Mesa 

Mineral 

Montezuma . 
Montrose ... 

Morgan 

Otero 

Ouray 

Park 

Phillips 

Pitkin 

Prowers 

Pueblo 

Rio Blanco.. 
Rio Grande 

Routt 

Saguache ... 
San Juan — 
San Miguel.. 
Sedgwick . . . 

Summit 

Teller 

Washington 

Weld 

Yuma 



s J . 

£ ° 

%. Eh 

12 3, 673 

8 4, 609 

8 937 

1,309 

3,117 

218 

522 

1,356 

1,477 

2,740 

693 

502 

624 

438 

1,349 

5,403 

427 

1,333 

1,373 

729 

466 

885 

606 

331 

2,011 

658 

5,078 

1,132 

Totals 5,008 783 102,217 

D— Michael A. Leddy 

R — Thos. L. Jamison 

D— Leddy's Plurality 



344 

35 

49 

103 

157 

3 

24 

91 

82 

131 

13 

5 

27 

16 

93 

220 

3 

37 

33 

8 

4 

18 

21 

8 

37 

38 

373 

66 



< 
"3 

cc 
o 

s 

2,555 

3,356 
610 

1,163 

2,431 
369 
811 

1,559 
842 

2,833 
831 
549 
458 
767 
950 

7, 256 
437 

1,009 

1,176 
671 
666 
792 
378 
603 

3,264 
575 

3,893 
962 

104, 323 



207 

182 
24 
58 

631 
81 
93 

275 
65 

122 

48 

31 

8 

119 
7 

237 
10 
44 
70 
31 
52 
74 
3 
31 

455 
23 

235 

164 



Eh 

6,791 
8,190 
1,628 
2,649 
6,413 

673 
1,453 
3,297 
2,469 
5, 837 
1,591 
1,089 
1,120 
1,344 
2,408 
13,157 

881 
2,659 
2, 659 
1,441 
1,189 
1,770 
1,011 

976 
5,785 
1,295 
9.58S 
2,330 






151 

289 
203 

93 
138 

47 

329 

1,853 
10 



.on 



272 
1,253 



3 o 
03.2 

3l 

r* 03 

1,118 

1,253 

327 

146 



635 



166 



399 



324 

197 

58 

93 
228 



1,185 

170 



,251 221,582 



104, 323 

102,217 

2,106 



30 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 



ABSTRACT OF Y<V: at a GENERAL ELECTION HELD ON TUES- 

!>AY. N [OHTH, A. D. 1910, FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL. 



COUNTIES. '- 

n 

d 

o 

•-5 

Adams 1,363 

Arapahoe 1,132 

Archuleta 352 

Baca 243 

Bent 765 

Boulder 4,664 

Chaffee 1,380 

Cheyenne 390 

Clear Creek 1,006 

Conejos 2,159 

Costilla 427 

Custer 519 

Delta 1,715 

Denver 23,561 

Dolores 109 

Douglas 613 

Eagle 5S7 

Elbert 718 

El Paso 4,215 

Fremont 2,676 

Garfield 1,725 

Gilpin 787 

Grand 368 

Gunnison 1,284 

Hinsdale 143 

Huerfano 1,025 

Jackson 206 

Jefferson 2,201 

Kiowa 544 

Kit Carson 691 

Lake 2,078 

La Plata 1,739 

Larimer 2,600 



1 
1 

cd 

pq 


a 
I 

K 
H 


6 

<-> 

o 

> 

3 

o 

H 


M 


PUffl 


1,017 


56 


2,436 




346 


1,660 


91 


2,883 


528 




449 


33 


834 


97 




316 


40 


599 


73 




841 




1,606 


76 




4,396 


550 


9,610 




268 


1,260 


340 


2,980 




120 


581 


45 


1,016 


191 




701 


59 


1,766 




305 


1,803 




3,962 




356 


1,258 


30 


1,715 


831 




444 


10 


973 




75 


2,158 


363 


4,236 


443 




18,710 


2,115 


44,386 




4,851 


55 


36 


200 




54 


706 


12 


1,331 


93 




513 


156 


1,256 




74 


1,009 


70 


1,797 


291 




6, 425 


347 


10,987 


2, 210 




2,950 


2f<7 


5,923 


274 




1,562 


78 


3,365 




163 


809 


44 


1,640 


22 




454 


6 


828 


86 




795 


99 


2,178 




489 


151 


26 


320 


8 




2,790 


35 


3,850 


1,765 




264 


1 


471 


58 




2.454 


213 


4,868 


253 




581 


17 


1,142 


87 




1,162 


118 


1,971 


471 




1,081 


90 


3,856 




384 


1.247 




2,986 




492 


8,711 


216 


6,527 


1.111 





ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 



31 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST AT A GENERAL ELECTION HELD ON TUES- 
DAY, NOVEMBER EIGHTH, A. D. 1910, FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL— 
Concluded. 



COUNTIES. 



Las Animas 

Lincoln 

Logan 

Mesa 

Mineral . — 
Montezuma 
Montrose ... 

Morgan 

Otero 

Ouray 

Park 

Phillips 

Pitkin 

Prowers 

Pueblo 

Rio Blanco 
Rio Grande 

Routt 

Saguache ... 
San Juan .. 
San Miguel 
Sedgwick ... 

Summit 

Teller 

Washington 

Weld 

Yuma 



3,522 

608 

1,171 

2,254 



1,486 
876 

2,882 
920 
552 
467 
780 
985 

7,362 
444 

1,021 

1,220 
673 
738 
809 
395 
607 

3,045 
.592 

3,957 



O £ 

.5 as 

£ K 



m h b- 

4,450 176 8,148 928 

965 30 1,603 357 

1,366 71 2,608 195 

3,322 622 6,198 1,068 

219 82 669 

533 92 1,447 

1,502 273 3,261 16 

1,493 63 2,432 617 

2,788 5,670 

638 51 1,609 

499 33 1,084 

629 9 1,105 162 

442 117 1,639 

1,373 93 2,451 388 

5,463 264 13,089 

415 859 

1,340 45 2,406 319 

1,386 2,606 166 

780 33 1,486 107 

431 1,169 

892 ...... 1,701 83 

603 3 1,001 208 

332 36 975 

2,214 454 5,713 

670 26 1,288 78 

5,163 249 9,369 1,206 

1,154 168 2,304 172 






Totals 103,520 105,985 8,583 218,087 

R— Benj. Griffith -. 105, 985 

D— John T. Barnett 103,520 

R— Griffith's Plurality 2,465 



kW 



149 

289 



94 

282 

53 



29 



30? 



275 
831 



32 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 



AB8TRACT OF VOTES CAST AT A GENERAL ELECTION HELD OX TUES- 
DAY. NOVEMBER EIGHTH, A. D. 1910, FOR STATE TREASURER. 



\T1ES. a % 

z 

2 

- >, 

■ § 

i 

-5 

Adams 964 L406 

Arapahoe L58J 1,132 

Archuleta 439 352 

Baca 311 242 

Bent 733 

Boulder 4,165 

Chaffee 1,232 1,407 

Cheyenne 545 400 

Clear Creek 658 1,056 

Conejos 1.7S6 2,139 

Costilla 1,248 430 

Custer 434 522 

Delta 2,009 

Denver 15,310 

Dolores 54 113 

Douglas 614 

490 

Elbert 784 723 

El Paso 6,028 ft, ISO 

Fremont 2,740 

Garfield L5H 1.747 

Gilpin 766 S3o 

Grand 444 

Gunnison 776 1,298 

Hinsdale 151 148 

Huerfano 2,770 L047 

Jackson 211 

Jefferson 2,318 

i 533 

Kit Carson 1,148 694 

Lake 1.592 8,166 

La Plata 1,164 1.773 



37 
44 
30 

36 
460 
48 
41 
18 
14 
12 

115 



11 
12 

540 

142 

59 

41 

4 

19 

1 

21 

71 
I 

47 



56 

101 

31 

39 

14 

513 

324 

42 

46 

32 

29 

11 

342 

1,723 

34 

12 

149 

70 

324 

_ - 

75 

20 

5 

93 

25 

31 

1 

185 

14 

114 

304 



9 

130 

2 
1 
3 
1 
13 
13 
2 
5 
1 
1 



- ■ 

— — 



2, 465 

2, 869 450 

854 v7 

601 69 

1,637 121 

10,000 

3,018 

1,032 145 



3.1.74 

1,723 SIS 

974 

4,306 178 



203 

1, 335 S3 



1, 621 61 

11,341 1,592 



3. 404 

1.66S 

832 66 



325 3 

1,723 

4S0 4^ 

4.913 

1,154 37 

2,010 454 



3, 309 



- 
- 
- 

= 

>.:2 



- ; 
442 



175 



39S 
353 



12, 450 



121 



89 

226 

70 



522 



563 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 



33 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST AT A GENERAL ELECTION HELD ON TUES- 
DAY, NOVEMBER EIGHTH, A. D. 1910, FOR STATE TREASURER— Con- 
cluded. 



COUNTIES. 



Larimer 3, 521 

Las Animas 4,388 

Lincoln 937 

Logan 1, 289 

Mesa 3,037 

Mineral 202 

Montezuma 511 

Montrose 1,328 

Morgan 1, 439 

Otero 2,692 

Ouray 695 

Park 491 

Phillips 625 

Pitkin 429 

Prowers 1,318 

Pueblo 5, 684 

Rio Blanco 413 

Rio Grande 1,303 



<a 

o 
« 

2,754 

3,570 

614 

1,214 

2,495 

385 

829 

1,600 

892 

2,886 

849 

558 

465 

791 

992 

7,019 

448 

1,050 

1,229 

690 



Routt 1,327 

Saguache 763 

San Juan 447 

San Miguel 846 

Sedgwick 604 

Summit 317 

Teller 1,967 

AVashington 652 

Weld 4,909 

Yuma 1,128 

Totals 98,007 110,117 

D— Roady Kenehan .. 

R— James E. Collier.. 



843 
385 
616 

3,346 
580 

4,096 
985 



3 

CO 
w 

O 

329 
46 
43 
92 

178 
1 

21 
91 
83 

107 

16 

8 

24 
12 
87 

267 
3 

38 
33 



13 
18 
11 
48 
43 
354 
67 



4,831 



210 

178 
30 
55 

629 
84 
92 

286 
61 

119 
48 
28 
10 

117 
72 

226 
13 
44 
69 
31 
49 
72 
3 
32 

452 
20 

219 

158 
,638 



43 




o 


O 


6 


O 




o 


>> 




> 


SH 


•"3 


00 



o 
Eh 

6,821 
8,191 
1,629 
2,656 
6,414 

674 
1,458 
3,316 
2,477 
5,814 
1,614 
1, 087 
1,125 
1,250 
2,472 
13,232 

879 
2,435 
2,664 
1,495 
1,193 
1,775 
1,012 

977 
5,819 
1,300 
9,584 
2,339 



3 W 

— ~i 

0H ^5 



767 
818 
323 
75 

542 



547 



326 



253 



3 

219 



813 
143 



474 222,067 



a 



Ch£ 



. 183 
318 

272 

194 
154 
67 

362 

1,335 
35 



299 
1,379 



110,117 
98,007 



D— Kenehan's Plurality 12,110 



34 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 



AB8TB VOTES 'AST AT A GENERAL ELECTION HELD ON TUES- 

DAY. NOVEMBER EIGHTH, A. I>. 1910, FOR STATE SUPERINTENDENT 
i >p PUBLIC [NSTRUCTION. 



VI [ES. u bc 

~ ~ B 

^*0 a, 

is 1,273 

Arapahoe 1, 040 

Archuleta 352 

Baca 240 

Bent 39 

Boulder 6 4,703 

Chaffee 1,400 

Cheyenne 412 

Clear Creek 979 

Conejos 20 2,145 

Costilla 434 

Custer 520 

Delta 1,767 

Denver 21,237 

Dolores 112 

Douglas 625 

Eagle 599 

Elbert 713 

El Paso 4, 11!) 

Fremont 2,728 

Garfield 1,681 

Gilpin 779 

Grand 360 

Gunnison 1,272 

dale 149 

Huerfano 1,022 

mi 207 

Jefferson 1 2,198 

Kiowa 557 

Kit Carson 704 

Lake 2,077 

La Plata 64 1,861 



12 

175 

6 

1 

2 

4 

26 

18 

14 

2 

2 

1 



17 



1,122 

1,708 

466 

321 

864 

4,726 

1,260 

467 

744 

1,802 

1,255 

440 

2,181 

21,629 

51 

695 

504 

985 

6,530 

2,976 

1,611 

834 

459 

818 

149 

2,802 

266 

2,503 

1,167 
1,667 
1,283 



59 

108 

33 

36 



540 

385 

44 

50 



13 

344 

2,050 

35 

14 

160 

68 

323 

300 

76 

42 

9 

96 

20 

32 

2 

200 

13 

117 

93 



c £ 

1 'Be 

o — o 

:- PhO 

2, 4G0 151 

2, 861 

844 

599 

1,631 

9, 994 

3,051 140 

928 

1,778 235 

3, 976 343 

1,717 

973 80 

4, 304 

43,091 

204 61 

1,335 

1,265 95 

1,770 

11,298 

6,022 

3, 382 70 

1,657 

830 

2,187 454 

318 

3, 859 

475 

4, 913 

1,153 

1,990 

3, 842 410 

3, 025 378 



668 
103 

81 
139 

23 



821 



414 
392 



272 

2,111 

248 



1,780 

59 

305 

23 

463 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 



35 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST AT A GENERAL ELECTION HELD ON TUES- 
DAY, NOVEMBER EIGHTH, A. D. 1910, FOR STATE SUPERINTENDENT 
OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION— Concluded. 



COUNTIES. 





o 




o 




O 


u to 


§ 


■3- 




d fl 


c 


£3 


'^H 


. £ 


^ 


'" tl 


c3 


%m 


M 



Larimer 

Las Animas 

Lincoln 

Logan 

Mesa 

Mineral 4 

Montezuma 

Montrose 

Morgan 

Otero 136 

Ouray 

Park 

Phillips 

Pitkin 

Prowers 48 

Pueblo 

Rio Blanco 5 

Rio Grande 

Routt 36 

Saguache 

San Juan 6 

San Miguel 14 

Sedgwick 

Summit 

Teller 

Washington 

Weld 

Yuma 



2,657 

3,611 

641 

1,193 

2,496 

377 

822 

1,566 

855 

2,871 

837 

548 

468 

761 

1,010 

7,538 

442 

1,022 

1,189 

680 

676 

808 

395 

590 

2,996 

589 

4,099 

963 



Totals 379 101,795 

R— Helen M. Wixson . 
D— Katherine M. Cook 
R — Wixson's Plurality 



671 



a 

<v 

3,934 

4,374 

952 

1,377 

3,059 

209 

538 

1,100 

1,552 

2,718 

703 

504 

643 

470 

1,327 

5,393 

418 

1,363 

1,386 

782 

466 

878 

614 

352 

2,282 

688 

5,218 

1,194 

109, 348 



<x> 

206 
184 
31 

60 
606 

80 

92 
272 

58 



49 

36 

9 

121 
72 

253 



46 



3 

31 

470 

19 

244 

164 

,399 



6,806 
8,178 
1,628 
2,650 
6,251 

671 
1,456 
2,948 
3,470 
5,744 
1,595 
1,088 
1,121 
1,356 
2,460 
13, 202 

870 
2,434 
2,628 
1,493 
1,163 
1,707 
1,012 

976 
5,753 
1,299 
9,574 
2,327 
220,592 



kO 



168 
284 
466 

153 
134 

44 

291 

2,145 

24 



210 



238 
714 



109, 348 
101,795 

7,553 






1,277 
763 
311 
179 
563 



175 



317 



341 
197 
102 



70 
219 



99 

1,119 

231 



A.BSTRA* l OF \ OTB8 CAST. 

A.BSTRACTJ OP VOTES CAST AT A GENERAL ELECTION HELD OX TUES- 
DAY, NOVEMBER EIGHTH, A. D. 1910, FOR STATE RAILROAD COM- 
JSIOKER. 



- a 

c - 

a m 



COUNTIES. t 2 



- 



DO ftj JS « 

- - 



- 

"E DO 

■ - - 

- 



— - — cd 



x > « h -- -- 

nog 1,362 1,000 37 57 2,45G 362 

Arapahoe 1,023 1,644 45 116 2,828 621 

Archuleta 375 423 19 33 850 48 

Baca - 311 7 38 601 66 

Bent 710 870 37 14 1,631 160 

Boulder 4,623 4,292 471 558 9,944 331 

Chaffee 1,563 1,076 43 322 3,004 

Cheyenne 3S1 555 40 49 1,025 174 



:• Creek 970 724 16 57 1,767 246 

Conejos 2,151 1,779 21 26 T 372 

Costilla 421 1,252 11 32 1,716 S31 

Custer 518 438 8 10 974 80 

Delta 1,779 2,036 114 352 4, -SI 257 

Denver 21,953 18,714 877 2,017 43,561 3,239 

Dolores 110 54 36 200 56 

Douglas 621 685 13 13 1,332 64 

Eagle 592 502 9 157 1,260 90 

Elbert 706 999 45 73 293 

El Paso 4,237 6,161 554 340 11,292 1,924 

Fremont 2,750 2,780 152 317 5,997 30 

Garfield 1,704 1,544 55 S4 3,387 160 

Gilpin 786 802 19 46 1,653 16 

Grand 362 453 1 10 S26 91 

Gunnison 1,303 770 20 93 2,186 533 

Hinsdale 155 141 1 25 322 14 

Huerfano 1,013 2,70 22 36 3,852 1,768 

UOn 200 268 8 1 477 68 

Jefferson 2, 66 208 4.904 274 

Kiowa 536 570 35 17 1,158 34 

Kit Carson 682 1.147 122 2,003 465 

Lake 2,049 1,696 2S 99 3,872 353 

I.t Plata 1. 65 309 3,296 472 



ABSTRACT OP VOTES CAST. 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST AT A 
DAY, NOVEMBER EIGHTH, A 

MISSIONER— Concluded. 



GENERAL ELECTION t^ELD ON Tl 
D. 1910, FOR STATE RAILROAD 



COUNTIES. 



Larimer 2,547 

Las Animas 3,515 

Lincoln 606 

Logan 1,120 

Mesa 2,424 

Mineral 367 

Montezuma 820 

Montrose 1,548 

Morgan 846 

Otero 2,836 

Ouray 843 

Park 550 

Phillips 456 

Pitkin 765 

Prowers 969 

Pueblo 7,338 

Rio Blanco 423 

Rio Grande 997 

Routt 1,184 

Saguache 687 

San Juan 661 

San Miguel 791 

Sedgwick 378 

Summit 600 

Teller 3,031 

Washington 570 

Weld 3,854 

Yuma 968 



QQ 

3,676 

4,430 

936 

1,383 

3,117 

215 

526 

1,358 

1,481 

2,721 

697 

499 

631 

449 

1,335 

5,353 

430 

1,351 

1,373 

756 

469 

878 

612 

327 

2,136 

665 

5,089 

1,128 



a 

350 
50 
47 

105 

152 
3 

23 
94 
78 

141 
11 
4 
26 
13 
91 

218 

4 

37 

33 

9 

8 

18 
18 
14 
37 
37 

365 



Totals 101,449 104,169 

R— Sheridan S. Kendall ... 

D— Jas. A. Davidson 

R— Kendall's Plurality 



4,940 



w 

£5 

<v 
bD 

m 

p£ 

215 

187 
32 
66 

637 
83 
94 

280 
70 

127 
50 
52 
10 

128 
77 

261 
12 
47 
66 
34 
52 
78 
3 
32 

483 
22 

246 

163 
,274 




2,432 
2,656 
1,486 
1,190 
1,765 
1,011 
973 
5,687 
1,294 
9,554 
2,322 
219,832 



354 



87 
234 



95 

1,235 

160 

104,169 
101,449 

2,720 



1,985 



192 



273 

895 



38 at.si B \t 1 01 \ i ST. 

AT A GENERAL ELECTION HELD ON TUES- 
DAY. NOVEMBER EIGHTH, 1910, FOR JUDGE OF THE SUPREME 
»URT, TERM l >F TEN IE \ RS. 



COl NTIES. 



Adams 65 

Arapahoe 112 

Archuleta 29 

40 

22 

Boulder 594 

Chaffee 

Cheyenne 46 

Clear Creek 

Conejos 3S 

Costilla 32 

Custer 11 

Delta 366 

Denver 1.9S9 

Dolores 35 

Douglas 14 

Eagle 154 

Elbert 79 

El Paso 385 

Fremont 336 

Garfield 80 

Gilpin 50 

Grand 12 

Gunnison 101 

Hinsdale 27 

Huerfano 35 

Jackson 1 

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372 


1,244 


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202 




57 


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611 


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509 


593 


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1,268 




84 


1,025 


706 


45 


1,855 


319 




6,210 


4,207 


543 


11, 345 


2,003 




2,880 


2,645 


154 


6,015 


235 




1,564 


1,689 


64 


3,397 




125 


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15 


1,670 


75 




490 


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162 








24 


2,193 




464 


151 


144 


2 


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7 




2,314 


1,502 


19 


3,870 


812 




278 


196 


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73 


4,905 


453 




565 


533 


38 


1,157 


32 




1,160 


6S1 


58 


2,020 


479 




1 . 752 


1,964 


30 


3,872 




212 


1,213 


1.69S 


93 


3,319 




485 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 



39 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST AT A GENERAL, ELECTION HELD ON TUES- 
DAY, NOVEMBER EIGHTH, 1910, FOR JUDGE OF THE SUPREME 
COURT, TERM OF TEN YEARS— Concluded. 



COUNTIES. 



Larimer '. 

Las Animas 

Lincoln 

Logan 

Mesa 

Mineral 

Montezuma 

Montrose 

Morgan 

Otero 

Ouray 

Park 

Phillips 

Pitkin 

Prowers 

Pueblo 

Rio Blanco 

Rio Grande 

Routt 

Saguache 

San Juan 

San Miguel 

Sedgwick 

Summit 

Teller 

Washington 

Weld 

Yuma 

Totals 

R— James E. 

D— Julius C. 

R — Garrigues 



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218 3,871 2,427 299 6,815 1,444 

197 3,924 4,053 35 8,209 

39 937 607 49 1,632 330 

79 1,391 1,081 108 2,659 310 
64fi 3,125 2,398 155 6,324 727 

84 210 373 3 670 

95 526 802 24 1,447 

291 1,343 1,534 119 3,287 

70 1,388 924 101 2,483 464 

132 2,812 2,773 129 5,846 39 

62 703 844 14 1,623 

39 528 515 14 1,096 13 

11 638 445 30 1,124 193 

121 462 753 16 1,352 

18 1,276 1,035 83 2,470 241 

290 5,263 7,424 224 13,201 

15 419 430 6 870 

47 1,313 1,021 50 2,431 292 

80 1,358 1,183 35 2,656 175 
38 790 658 10 1,496 132 
57 458 674 6 1,195 

78 888 775 38 1,779 113 

7 608 381 18 1,014 227 

45 382 538 11 976 

490 2,567 2,727 40 5,824 

25 682 553 38 1, 298 129 

243 5,995 3,083 299 9,620 - 2,912 

178 1,132 943 73 2,326 189 

9,603 106,399 101,923 4,904 222,829 

Garrigues 106,399 

Gunter 101, 923 

' Plurality 4,476 



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129 



163 

276 
191 



141 



291 



2,161 
11 



216 



156 



1" ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 

RACT OF VOTES cast AT A GENERAL ELECTION HELD ON TUES- 
DAY. NOVEMBER EIGHTH, A. D. U10, FOR JUDGE OF THE ELEV- 
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ont 2,771 288 2,946 6,005 175 

Park 466 19 609 1,094 143 

Total 5,143 636 5,301 11.0S0 

R— Wilkin 5, 301 

D— Champion 5, 143 

R— Wilkin's Plurality 158 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 



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A.T A GENERAL ELECTION HELD ON TUES- 
DAY, NOVEMBER EIGHTH, A. D. 1S10, FOR AMENDMENT TO SECTION 
J OF ARTICLE V, INITIATIVE AN] LENDUM. 

col N'l For 

Adan 

Arapahoe 

Archuleta 

i 

Bent 

Boulder 5, 067 

Chaffee 1,109 

Cheyenne 387 

Clear Creek 

Conejos 723 

Costilla 

(Mister 241 

Delta 

Denver 

Dolores Ill 

Douglas 524 

Eagle 

Elbert 

El Paso 4,754 

Fivmont 2. 196 

Garfield. 1,145 

Gilpin 

Grand 292 

Gunnison 

sdale 113 

Huerfano 

>on 

■son 

Kiowa 

Kit Carson 

Lake 

La Plata 

Larimer 

1,393 

Lincoln 

Logan 942 

Mesa 3,389 



Against 


Total Majority Majority 
Vote For Against 


190 


1, 190 


816 


238 




744 


130 


350 


90 


49 


212 


114 


194 


801 


413 




6,309 


3,865 


390 


1,499 


719 




441 


333 


-7 


995 


455 




1,009 


437 


129 


392 


134 


88 


329 


153 






2,091 


9,015 


29,052 


11, 022 


15 


126 


96 


158 


682 


366 


101 


653 


451 


S6 


911 


739 


1 , S79 


6,633 


2,875 


877 


3,073 


1, 319 


325 


1,470 


820 


190 


773 


393 


93 


385 


199 


168 


1,075 


739 


44 


157 


69 


755 


1,461 


49 


45 


201 


111 ■ 


567 


2. 649 


1,515 


43 


499 


413 


105 


593 


383 




2,208 


1,358 




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850 




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1,227 


2,620 


• 166 


128 




451 


240 


L182 


702 


391 


3,780 


2,999 



ABSTRACT OP VOTES CAST. 47 

ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST AT A GENERAL ELECTION HELD ON TUES- 
DAY, NOVEMBER EIGHTH, A. D. 1910, FOR AMENDMENT TO SECTION 
1 OF ARTICLE V, INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM— Concluded. 

Total Majority Majority 
COUNTIES. For Against Vote For Against 



Mineral 305 74 379 231 

Montezuma 655 73 728 582 

Montrose 1,620 145 1,765 1,476 

Morgan 896 297 1,193 599 

Otero 2,367 563 2,930 1,804 

Ouray 706 138 844 568 

Park 366 123 489 243 

Phillips 346 91 437 255 

Pitkin 652 69 721 583 

Prowers 1,034 350 1,384 684 

Pueblo 5,420 1,542 6,962 3,878 

Rio Blanco 207 107 314 100 

Rio Grande 1,101 211 1,312 890 

Routt 756 311 1,067 445 

Saguache 545 191 736 354 

San Juan 571 135 706 436 

San Miguel 540 275 815 265 

Sedgwick 216 82 298 134 

Summit 497 84 581 413 

Teller 2,894 279 3,173 2,615 

Washington 463 78 541 385 

Weld 3,959 1,436 5,395 2,523 

Yuma 940 221 1,161 719 



Totals 89,141 28,698 117,839 

Total vote for 89,141 

Total vote against 28,698 



Majority for 60, 443 



I s ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 

ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST ON THE PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO 
SECTION 6 OF ARTICLE V, CONCERNING COMPENSATION OF MEM- 
BERS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY AT THE GENERAL ELECTION 

IN 1910. 

Total Majority Majority 

COUNTIES. For Against vote For Against 

Adams 777 329 

Arapahoe 35S :77 035 SI 

Archuleta 95 151 56 

Baca 64 01 128 

Bent 282 192 474 90 

Boulder 2,301 1,000 3,901 641 

Chaffee 4:>5 447 932 38 

Cheyenne 142 139 281 3 

Clear Creek 359 240 599 119 

Conejos 340 243 583 97 

Costilla 114 143 -57 

Custer 157 05 222 91 

Delta 981 544 1,525 437 

Denver S.752 8,589 17,341 103 

Dolores 54 14 7^ 30 

Douglas 249 107 416 82 

Eagle 255 103 41S 92 

Elbert 304 213 577 151 

El Paso 1,724 1.S50 3,574 128 

Fremont 1,073 770 1,849 297 

Garfield 505 397 902 108 

Gilpin 173 230 403 57 

Grand 171 104 275 

Gunnison 554 219 773 335 

Hinsdale 41 54 95 13 

Huerfano 337 437 774 100 

Jackson 93 32 125 61 

Jefferson 55S 910 1,468 352 

Kiowa 272 57 329 215 

Kit Carson 158 1S1 339 23 

Lake 1,006 42S 1,434 578 

La Plata 509 520 1,029 11 

Larimer L322 1.012 2,334 310 

Las Animas 689 766 1,435 97 

Lincoln 279 160 439 119 

Logan 532 232 764 300 

Mesa 911 1,028 1,939 117 

Mineral 213 91 304 122 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 49 

ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST ON THE PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO 
SECTION 6 OF ARTICLE V, CONCERNING COMPENSATION OF MEM- 
BERS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY AT THE GENERAL ELECTION 
IN 1910— CONCLUDED. 

Total Majority Majority 
COUNTIES. For Against vote For Against 

Montezuma 343 

Montrose 663 

Morgan 428 

Otero 1,083 

Ouray 250 

Park 186 

Phillips 156 

Pitkin 234 

Prowers 472 

Pueblo 2,354 

Rio Blanco 152 

Rio Grande 373 

Routt 513 

Saguache 272 

San Juan 276 

San Miguel 290 

Sedgwick 143 

Summit 321 

Teller 1,401 

Washington 181 

Weld 1,924 

Yuma 225 



Against 


vote 


For 


122 


465 


221 


335 


998 


328 


355 


783 


73 


624 


1,707 


459 


240 


490 


10 


112 


298 


74 


113 


269 


43 


150 


384 


84 


262 


734 


210 


1,793 


4,147 


561 


69 


221 


83 


478 


851 




258 


771 


255 


174 


446 


98 


150 


426 


126 


290 


580 




66 


209 


77 


115 


436 


206 


517 


1,918 


884 


135 


316 


46 


1,295 


3,219 


629 


365 


590 





Total vote 39,245 31,047 70,652 

Total vote for 39, 245 

Total vote against 31, 047 



Majority for 8, 198 



50 ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 

ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST ON THE PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO AR- 
TICLEVIII, SECTION 5, OF THE CONSTITUTION OF COLORADO, FOR 

STATE UNIVERSITY, \T THE GENERAL ELECTION IN 1910. 

Total Majority Majority 

COUNTIES. For Against Vote For Against 

Adams 716 111 827 605 

Arapahoe 522 127 649 395 

Archuleta 138 111 249 27 

Baca 92 23 115 69 

Benl 337 122 459 215 

Boulder 4,374 599 4,973 :J, 773 

Chaffee 659 284 913 375 

Cheyenne 245 256 501 11 

Clear Creek 560 79 639 481 

Conejos 398 131 529 267 

Costilla 179 86 265 93 

Custer 157 58 215 99 

Delta 1,271 206 1,477 1,065 

Denver 15,079 4,024 19,103 11,055 

Dolores 69 10 79 59 

Douglas 400 103 503 297 

Eagle 336 86 422 250 

Elbert 479 119 598 360 

El Paso 3,2S4 721 4,005 2,563 

Fremont 1,396 369 1,765 1,027 

Garfield 648 245 893 403 

Gilpin 298 109 407 1S9 

Grand 221 69 290 152 

Gunnison 602 US 720 4S4 

Hinsdale 73 30 103 43 

Huerfano 536 334 S70 202 ...... 

Jackson 1C0 18 148 112 

Jefferson 1,184 323 1,507 861 

Kiowa 303 30 333 273 

Kit Carson 305 77 382 22* 

Lake 1,264 190 1,454 1,074 

La Plata 734 329 1,063 405 

Larimer 1,974 559 1,533 1,415 

Las Animas 1,031 511 1,542 520 

Lincoln , 423 72 495 351 

Logan 646 107 753 539 

Mesa 1,189 502 1,691 687 

Mineral 326 21 317 305 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 51 

ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST ON THE PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO AR- 
TICLE VIII, SECTION 5, OF THE CONSTITUTION OF COLORADO, FOR 
STATE UNIVERSITY, AT THE GENERAL ELECTION IN 1910— Concluded. 

Total Majority Majority 

COUNTIES. For Against Vote For Against 

Montezuma 427 53 480 374 

Montrose 824 161 985 663 . 

Morgan 6S0 125 805 555 

Otero 1,439 281 1,720 1,158 

Ouray 399 85 484 314 

Park 219 73 292 146 

Phillips 192 76 268 1J6 

Pitkin 340 50 390 290 

Prowers 624 182 806 442 

Pueblo 3,117 982 4.099 2,135 

Rio Blanco 199 33 232 166 

Rio Grande 675 188 863 487 

Routt 576 118 694 458 

Saguache 438 86 524 352 

San Juan 321 79 400 242 

San Miguel 535 113 648 422 

Sedgwick 174 40 214 134 

Summit 383 63 446 320 

Teller 1,850 233 2,083 1,617 

Washington ! 234 81 315 153 

Weld 2,731 675 3,406 2,056 

Yuma 340 259 599 81 



Total ; 59,295 15,105 74,400 

For 59, 295 

Against 15, 105 

Majority for 44,190 



/ 



•)- ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 

ABSTRACT OP VOTES CAST ON THE PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO AR- 
TICLE IX, SECTION 9, OF THE CONSTITUTION OF COLORADO, FOR 
LAND COMMISSIONER AT THE GENERAL ELECTION IN 1910. 

Total Majority Majority 

COUNTIES. For Against Vote For Against 

Adams 512 204 716 308 

Arapahoe 382 175 557 207 

Archuleta 92 126 218 34 

Baca 83 45 128 38 

Bent 302 330 432 172 

Boulder 2,475 1,001 3,476 1,474 

Chaffee 464 353 817 111 

Cheyenne J46 99 245 47 

Clear Creek 343 173 516 170 

Conejos 299 181 4S0 118 

Costilla 122 111 233 11 

Cusfter 120 58 178 62 

Delta 931 308 1,239 623 

Denver 10,559 5,827 16,386 4,732 

Dolores 58 14 72 44 

Douglas 218 161 379 57 

Eagle 243 141 384 102 

Elbert 377 127 504 250 

El Paso 2,022 1,135 3,157 887 

Fremont 955 617 1,572 338 

Garfield 497 305 802 192 

Gilpin 198 137 335 61 

Grand 198 75 273 123 

Gunnison 485 168 653 317 

Hinsdale 29 52 81 23 

Huerfano 336 363 699 27 

Jackson 100 20 120 80 

Jefferson 661 609 1,270 52 

Kiowa 264 43 307 221 

Kit Carson 216 107 323 109 

Lake 882 388 1,270 494 

La Plata 487 394 881 93 

Larimer 1,378 719 2,097 659 

Las Animas 736 574 1,S10 162 

Lincoln 267 119 S86 158 

Logan 536 175 711 361 

Mesa 835 616 1,451 219 

Mineral 217 44 261 173 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 53 

ABSTRACT OF VOTE'S CAST ON THE PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO AR- 
TICLE IX, SECTION 9, OF THE CONSTITUTION OF COLORADO, FOR 

LAND COMMISSIONER, AT THE GENERAL ELECTION IN 1910— Con- 
cluded. 

Total Majority Majority 

COUNTIES. For Against Vote For Against 

Montezuma 373 76 449 297 

Montrose 635 215 850 420 

Morgan 451 241 692 210 

Otero 1,107 436 1,543 671 

Ouray 357 143 500 214 

Park 205 83 288 122 

Phillips 149 100 249 49 

Pitkin 255 71 326 184 

Prowers 529 207 736 322 

Pueblo . 2,449 1,212 3,661 1,237 

Rio Blanco 153 53 206 100 

Rio Grande 538 264 802 274 

Routt 625 169 794 456 

Saguache 319 108 427 211 

San Juan 287 95 382 192 

San Miguel 303 201 504 102 

Sedgwick 148 49 197 99 

Summit 318 100 418 218 

Teller 1,468 310 1,778 1,158 

"Washington 201 100 301 101 

Weld 2,018 855 2,873 1,163 

Yuma 215 318 533 103 



Total 42,128 21,300 63,428 

For 42, 128 

Against 21, 300 



Majority for 20,828 



/ 



54 ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 

ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST AT A GENERAL ELECTION HELD ON TUES- 
DAY, NOVEMBER EIGHTH, A. D. 1910, FOR AMENDMENT TO SECTION 
3, ARTICLE XI, FUNDING BONDS. 

Total Majority Majority 

COUNTIES. For Against vote For Against 

Adams 545 369 914 176 

Arapahoe 326 389 715 63 

Archuleta 98 158 256 60 

Baca 101 55 156 46 

Bent 296 212 508 84 

Boulder 2,647 1,891 4,538 75G 

Chaffee 356 656 1,012 300 

Cheyenne 226 101 327 125 

Clear Creek 418 258 676 160 

Conejos 374 201 575 173 

Costilla 171 100 271 71 

Custer 126 116 242 10 

Delta 1,019 533 1,552 486 

Denver 7,193 13,476 20,669 6,283 

Dolores 39 39 78 

Douglas 237 235 472 2 

Eagle 223 217 440 6 

Elbert 478 181 659 297 

El Paso 2,443 1,616 4,059 827 

Fremont 1,050 1,032 2,082 18 

Garfield 434 528 962 94 

Gilpin 174 312 486 138 

Grand 162 126 288 36 

Gunnison 435 336 771 99 

Hinsdale 41 73 114 32 

Huerfano 417 475 892 58 

Jackson 101 31 132 70 

Jefferson 874 916 1,790 42 

Kiowa 301 52 353 249 

Kit Carson 290 138 428 152 

Lake 908 634 1,542 266 

La Plata ...-. 462 785 1,247 323 

Larimer 1,522 1,144 2,666 378 

Las Animas 786 848 1,634 62 

Lincoln 298 196 494 102 

Logan 467 361 828 106 

Mesa 1,090 844 1,934 246 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 55 

ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST AT A GENERAL ELECTION HELD ON TUES- 
DAY, NOVEMBER EIGHTH, A. D. 1910, FOR AMENDMENT TO SECTION 
3, ARTICLE XI, FUNDING BONDS.— Concluded. 

Total Majority Majority 

COUNTIES. For Against vote For Against 

Mineral 232 81 313 151 

Montezuma 370 154 524 216 

Montrose 576 459 1,035 117 

Morgan 484 300 784 184 

Otero 951 1,001 1,952 50 

Ouray 233 325 558 92 

Park 202 138 340 64 

Phillips 169 119 288 50 

Pitkin 220 209 429 11 

Prowers 543 349 892 194 ...... 

Pueblo 2,431 1,908 4,339 523 

Rio Blanco 202 42 244 160 

Rio Grande 489 393 882 96 

Routt .' 644 236 880 408 

Saguache 387 136 523 251 ...... 

San Juan 225 219 444 6 

San Miguel 421 238 659 183 

Sedgwick 166 56 222 110 

Summit 222 256 478 34 

Teller 1,089 1,098 2,187 9 

Washington 244 142 386 102 

Weld 2,120 1,508 3,628 612 

Yuma 306 440 746 134 



Totals 40,054 39,441 79,495 

Total vote for 40,054 

Total vote against 39,441 



Majority for 613 



/ 




3 



56 ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 

ABSTRACT OP VOTES CAST FOR SENATORS AT THE GENERAL ELEC- 
TION. 1910. 

First Senatorial District for the City and County of Denver. 

Elof Anderson, Socialist 1,793 

Horace G. Benson, Republican 13, 881 

Orlander Walter Brown, Prohibition 564 

Daniel C. Burns, Citizens 15,403 

George T. Crampton, Socialist 1, 751 

Harvey E. Garman, Democratic 17, 177 

John Hecker, Democratic 17,041 

Benjamin C. Hilliard, Citizens 15,346 

John E. Holmberg, Republican 14,308 

John D. Howland, Republican 13, 871 

Edward W. Hurlburt, Citizens 14, 412 

C. Henry Hyman, Socialist 1, 750 

Ulysses L. Rettig, Insurgent 68 

William H. Sharpley, Democratic 17, 669 

Daniel J. Sullivan, Insurgent 137 

James H. Whetstone, Insurgent 107 

Pluralities over vote of next highest candidate, Daniel C. 

Burns (0—15,403. 

D— William H. Sharpley's plurality 2,266 

D— Harvey E. Garman's plurality 1,774 

D— John Hecker's plurality / 1,63 

Sixth Senatorial District. 

COUNTY ~ -5 v£ 

LUUXM1X. ^ „■£ ££ 

2a to a> 4>r3 

m o h PQpL, 

Lake 1,925 1,903 3,828 22 

D— Austin Blakey's plurality 22 



Tenth Senatorial District. 



COUNTY. 



Larimer 3,197 

D— John A. Cross' plurality 



® ° 

Is 

d 


£1 


MS 

o 

o 


"3 

o 


>> 

72-3 


3,197 


3,246 


274 


6,717 
49 


49 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 
Twelfth Senatorial District. 



57 



COUNTIES. M S H Q 

f& Is 

^o WW 

Adams 1,032 1,321 

Morgan 1,766 518 

Logan 1,175 758 

Sedgwick 611 384 

City and county of Denver. 14, 713 17,690 

Totals 19, 297 20, 671 

D— Hiram E. Hilts' plurality — 



33 2 


"3 

o 
H 




58 


2,411 




152 


2,436 


1,248 


698 


2,631 


417 


13 


1,008 


227 


1,051 


46,454 





14,972 



54, 940 



Oh 
289 



2,977 



1,374 



Fourteenth Senatorial District. 



COUNTIES. 5§ 

<o p 

II 

Costilla 443 

Huerfano 1, 034 

Conejos 2,281 

Totals 3,758 

R— Chas. Hayden's plurality 



g£ 



H 

1,251 

2,794 
1,683 

5,728 



o 
H 

1,694 

3,828 

3,964 

9,486 



-o to 

Wk 



1,760 



Oh 



1,970 



Fifteenth Senatorial District. 



COUNTIES. *5 

o 8h 

o 

CO 

Saguache 777 

Mineral 244 

Rio Grande 1,582 

Totals 2,603 

R— John MacArthur's plurality 



ffio 
" ra 

CO 




3 

o 


3 >> 

I s 


^to 


26 


697 


1,500 


80 




93 


334 


671 




90 


36 


818 


2,436 


764 




155 

y 


1,849 


4,607 


.. 754 





58 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST FOR STATE SENATORS AT THE GENERAL 
ELECTION IN 1910.— Continued. 

Sixteenth Senatorial District. 



« s8 

COUNTIES. %$ SB 

02 ^ 

Mesa 3,077 2,503 

Delta 1,958 1,992 

Totals 5,035 4,495 

R— George Stephan's plurality — 



00 S? 






£* 






- - 


bd£ 


*j ^^ 




- - 


cs 




t— 


A - 


5 - 


,c r 




- - 




— j 


S 3 


- ~ 


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X- 


££ 


G 11 




574 




349 


4,299 




34 



990 



10,520 



.540 



Seventeenth Senatorial District. 



«^ o 

COUNTIES. fl - ^B 

oo £« - 

£ 1-5 O - 

O H '- 

Montrose 1,040 1,967 3,007 

San Miguel 802 866 1,72S 

Dolores 57 115 172 

Totals 1,959 2,948 4,907 

D— John J. Tobin's plurality 9S9 



927 

4 

58 

989 



Eighteenth Senatorial District. 



COUNTIES. |~ 

o 

o 

Ouray 731 

San Juan 453 

Hinsdale 148 

Archuleta 456 

Totals 1,788 

D— John T. Joyce's plurality 



=-"- 






740 
164 



2,102 



1,563 
1,193 



S22 
S90 






90 



314 



■ >> 

£.2 

Ph 

101 

287 

16 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 



59 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST FOR STATE SENATORS AT THE GENERAL 
ELECTION IN 1910.— Continued. 

Twentieth Senatorial District. 



COUNTIES. gjj 

o a 

za 

Chaffee 377 

Park 29 

Totals 406 

R— Ralph Tucker's plurality 





ftu, 

H 


"3 

o 


3E. 


DO >- 


1,233 


1,398 


3,008 




165 


562 


494 


1,085 


68 




1,795 


1,892 


4,093 


. 97 





Twenty-fifth Senatorial District. 

COUNTIES. 5^ ow . £ 

£S I'- ffi * 

Q A- En 

Las Animas 4,305 3,714 171 

Bent 748 859 16 

Prowers 973 1,407 75 

Baca 238 320 43 

Kiowa 546 583 17 

Totals 6,810 6,883 322 

R— Amos Parrish's plurality 



3 
o 




■gg 


8,190 


591 




1,623 




111 


2,455 




434 


601 




82 


1,146 




37 



14,015 



73 



Twenty-seventh Senatorial District. 



COUNTIES. c« S^ 

Pueblo 7,335 5,664 12,999 

Custer : 522 445 967 

Totals 7,857 6,109 13,966 

D— Sherman S. Bellesfield's plurality 1,748 



3>» 





1,671 


77 



60 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 



Twenty-eighth Senatorial District. 



COUNTIES. S G 

El Paso 5,372 

Douglas 674 

Elbert S07 

Lincoln 767 

Cheyenne 419 

Totals 8,039 

R— Arthur Cornforth's plurality 



K 




** o 

o 
U 


o 


5,578 


10,950 


658 


1,332 


956 


1,763 


S47 


1,614 


563 


S82 



8,602 



16, 641 






lu 



563 



n 
h >> 



on. 



206 



149 



144 



Twenty-ninth Senatorial District. 

COUNTIES. fc-rf S£ "3 2^ 

Pueblo 7,457 5,494 12,951 1,963 

Fremont 2,777 2,846 5,623 

Teller 3,300 2,091 5,391 1,209 

Totals 13,534 10,431 23,965 

D— W. J. Metz's plurality 3,103 



x-p, 

Oh 



Thirtieth Senatorial District. 



COUNTIES. L S 



Teller 1,687 

■D— Louis A. Van Tilborg's plurality 



k!W 




j bo 

en ^2 






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in 


"3 




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^8 


ad 


o 


c3k 


g 


DD 


> 


H 


> 


369 

ilitv.. 


2,076 


2,142 


6,274 
.. 66 


66 



^ 






<v 



^ 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. <', 1 

ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST AT A GENERAL ELECTION HELD ON TUES- 
DAY, NOVEMBER EIGHTH, A. D. 1910, FOR MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE 
OF REPRESENTATIVES FOR THE CITY AND COUNTY OF DENVER. 

Gaines M. Allen, Democratic 17,r>77 

Julia R. Allen, Citizens, Platform, Progressive 13,565 

J. Angerer, Socialist 1,727 

Charles Baer, Republican 13, 980 

William L. Boatright, Citizens, Platform, Progressive 14,697 

Henry Brady, Republican 13, 825 

Ella B. Butler, Prohibition 629 

Frank Damascio, Republican 13, 646 

William C. Danks, Citizens, Platform, Progressive 14,506 

Marshall Dewitt, Socialist 1,773 

Elizabeth Donley, Citizens, Platform, Progressive 13,839 

Charles F. DuBois, Insurgent 239 

Armenia E . Epley, Prohibition 551 

Laurence H. Fitzgerald, Republican 14, 186 

Frank L. Gardell, Insurgent 179 

James O. Garrett, Democratic 17,246 

Dayton Gilbert, Prohibition 557 

James M. Green, Citizens, Platform, Progressive 14,111 

Bernard Gridenburg, Democratic 16,856 

Rolla M. Head, Insurgent 125 

Alice Polk Hill, Republican 14,272 

Frank Hobler, Socialist 1, 717 

Fred J. Homer, Democratic 17,345 

Alice L. Home, Republican 13, 701 

Louise U. Jones, Democratic 16, 792 

Wade A. Jones, Citizens, Platform, Progressive 14,046 

Bertha C. Keller, Prohibition 553 

Louise M. Kerwin, Democratic 16,883 

Albert Kiefer, Socialist 1,675 

A. H. Kirby, Socialist 1,617 

Francis J. Knauss, Republican 14, 304 

Alma V. Lafferty, Democratic 16,702 

Gail Laughlin, Citizens, Platform, Progressive, Prohibition 14,809 

W. H. Leonard, Socialist 1,789 

Carl M. Lindquist, Democratic 17,572 

James Lugg, Prohibition 594 

Lizzie M. Mason, Prohibition 512 

Henry E. May, Republican 15, 954 

Clarence J. Moorhouse, Citizens, Platform, Progressive 14,245 

Daniel Morgan, Insurgent 182 




62 ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 

ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST AT A GENERAL ELECTION HELD ON TUES- 
DAY. NOVEMBER EIGHTH, A. D. 1910, FOR MEMBERS OF THE HOUSE 
OF REPRESENTATIVES For THE CITY AND COUNTY OF DENVER— 
Concluded. 

John J. Morrisey, Citizens, Platform, Progressive 14,044 

Phil. McCarty, Democratic 17,151 

George McLachlan, Democratic 16,995 

Sadie McManus, Citizens, Platform, Progressive 13,817 

Albert Nelson, Socialist 1, 687 

B. F. Perry, Socialist 1,649 

Theodore H. Proske, Democratic 17,112 

Jason Read, Prohibition 539 

Louis DeVacht Regnier, Prohibition 460 

Samuel J. Sackett, Republican 14,021 

George E. Seeley, Insurgent 136 

Peter Shirof sky, Socialist 1, 622 

George Sief ert, Insurgent 117 

William A. Smith, Republican 13, 730 

Burton J. Symonds, Republican 13, 700 

H. H. Tangeman, Citizens, Platform, Progressive, Prohibition 14,217 

Charles E. Venard, Insurgent 124 

Jesse Vetter, Socialist 1,693 

George D. Weeks, Prohibition 555 

W. P. Williams, Socialist 1,565 

y 

Pluralities of candidates elected over vote cast for next 
highest candidate— H. E. May (R), 15,954. 

Gaines M. Allen. Democratic 1,^23 

James O. Garrett, Democratic 1,292 

Bernard Gridenburg, Democratic 902 

Fred J., Homer, Democratic 1,391 

Louise V. Jones, Democratic 838 

Louise M. Kerwin, Democratic 929 

Alma V. Lafferty, Democratic 74S 

Carl M. Lindquist, Democratic 1,618 

Phil. McCarty, Democratic 1,197 

George McLachlan, Democratic 1,041 

Theodore H. Proske. Democratic 1,158 






ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 



63 



ABSTRACT OP VOTES CAST FOR REPRESENTATIVES AT THE GEN- 
ERAL ELECTION, 1910. 

Archuleta and Conejos Counties. 



COUNTIES. «j£ 

m * ^ 

d >> 

OP 

Archuleta 481 

Conejos 1, 398 

Totals 1,879 

D— B. L. VanVecten's Plurality 



w 






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. a 




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° c 




n 




>> ..2 

TO .K. 


> 


o 






385 


866 


96 




2,575 


3, 973 




1,177 


2,960 


4,839 








.. 1.081 





Conejos County. 



COUNTY. O^ 

o 

Conejos 2, 236 

D— J. C. Cantu's Plurality 



• 




o 


%x 




>>3 












3 ti 






rt aJ 


<p s-l 
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o 


£U 





h 


& 


,730 


3,968 
.. 506 


506 



Bent and Kiowa Counties. 



COUNTIES. Qtf 

o.S 

Bent , 920 

Kiowa 524 

Totals 1,444 

D-^-Geo. D. Dulin's Plurality 



<§. 




°Q 




£S 




=5° 


£££ 








ct ^ 




TO 

o 




!*'* 


712 


1,632 


208 




630 


1,154 




106 



1,342 



2,786 



102 



Chaffee County. 



COUNTY. 



Chaffee 



D— Plurality of L. A. 



^ 


■^ 


c 






ti 


.X 


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3 






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£ 




£-° 








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n 






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<4 

02 


o 


5o 


1, 314 


1,371 


326 


3,011 
57 


57 


Hollenbeck... 









• ;i 



ABSTRACT OF TOTE8 CAST. 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST FOR REPRESENTATIVES AT THE GEN- 
ERAL ELECTK >N— Continu 

Chaffee and Fremont Counties. 



COUNTIES. ffi ^ e^ 

*i h 

■z - - 

- £ 

Chaffee 34u 1,359 

Fremont 313 

Totals 653 4,054 

R— Plurality of Gilbert A. Walker 



- - 

- ■ 

~ - 

- r. 


- 
o 
■- 


o 

- - 

Sfe 


o 

— o 


1,314 


3,013 


\:, 




2,936 


5,944 
8,957 




241 


4,250 








.. 196 





Fremont County 



COUNTY. ^ w 

P 

Fremont 2, 920 

D— Plurality of Alfred Durfee... 



x 
2,788 



"a 

297 



,005 
132 



o £ 






132 



Clear Creek County. 



COUNTY. 



Clear Creek 

D— Plurality of John W. Old. 



r.5 

• - 

S71 



£5? 

SO 



9H 






46 



Custer County 



COUNTY. 



Custer 



D— Plurality of A. D. MacKenzie 





. © 




Z.Z 


■ - 


_■ 


- 


§ 


- 


M 


3 


Eh 


474 


502 


976 




88 



:Pg 



~< 



:M 



28 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 65 

ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST FOR REPRESENTATIVES AT THE GEN- 
ERAL ELECTION— Continued. 

Costilla and Huerfano Counties. 

COUNTIES. gg ^bc •■ ^2 

^> g e s 

Costilla 1,264 444 1,708 820 

Huerfano 2,765 1,053 3,818 1,712 

Totals 4,029 1,497 5,526 2,532 

R— Plurality of Antonio D. Valdez 2, 532 



COUNTY. 



Delta : 1,697 2,259 

R— Plurality of Carroll C. Hawkins... 



Delta 


County 






/ — , 


•P5 


.Q ' 


Ow 


<J W 


— . 03 


& 03 




oc 


ce £ 


>"5 CC 


O d 


ffi 


£H 



SL, DO 

ji 

351 



o 
H 

4,307 

.. 562 



Wo, 

562 



Douglas County. 



COUNTY. 



Doug-las 



D— Plurality of W. W. Porteous. 



628 



. o 

£2 



716 



1,344 



o 

£ 3 
~ o 

CO *-> 
?TPh 



Adams, Arapahoe and Elbert Counties. 



COUNTIES. » © 

I 

Adams 1, 036 

Arapahoe 1, 665 

Elbert 1,012 

Totals 3,713 

R— Plurality of Agnes L. Riddle. 



«a 

1,361 

1,376 

701 

3,438 



2,397 
3,041 

1,713 
7,151 



J • 

~Sg 
15* 



289 
311 



§Pn 

~ o 

~»"5 



325 



325 



275 



66 



ABSTRACT OF VOTKS CAST. 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST FOR REPRESENTATIVES AT THE GEN- 
ERAL election Continued. 

Dolores and Montezuma Counties. 



°£ .6 

COUNTIES. c~ -' . P 

Dolores 57 114 171 

Montezuma 599 806 1, 405 

Totals 656 920 1,576 

D— Plurality of W. B. ETbbert 864 

Eagle County. 



O T 



0, 

207 



264 



COUNTY. 



- ti 


HO 


Sm 


tn w 


- — 


-- 


IS 


p 



Eagle 46S 542 

D— Plurality of James E'. Doud 



■<-> 

02 

263 



1,273 
. 74 



SB 

- 



El Paso County 



/ 



COUNTY. 



El Paso 



.- 

02 w 
X 

<| 
pq 

872 



b 


- 


me! 


htf 


-2 

c 
- 


Q 







799 


4.371 


5,912 


5,843 



El Paso County 



C? 



-- • _; 

- - 

COUNTY. ^| z ~ -'I 

J— . ® „••- 

©5 ^=5 fe-g 

M tf rn 

El Paso 681 4,200 5,S83 

Pluralities of candidates elected over vote cast for next 
highest, W. C. Dailey— 4,371. 

R— Plurality of F. E. Torbitt 1,512 

R— Plurality of Lewis T. Ginger 1,472 

R— Pluralitv of Robert S. Ellison 1,541 

/ 7 

/\ L 

4 >> 



_ - 

CS3 

4,207 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 



67 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST FOR REPRESENTATIVES AT THE GEN- 
ERAL ELECTION— Continued. 

Teller County. 



COUNTY. 



Teller 



1.911 



CO 

2,342 



COUNTY. 



Teller 



CM 

<P 

pq 



1,532 



O>02 


^ 


X3 W 


• CO 




m r 


• o 

t-CQ 


pq 


463 


474 



Teller 


County. 






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o 


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W 


w 


. 1.569 


1.831 


1.820 


2.37 



Teller County. 

S 

COUNTY. . g 

O ^ 

Ph 

Teller 454 

Pluralities of candidates' elected over J. S. Anderson (R) 
who received highest vote outside of three elected— 1,911. 

D— Plurality of James L. Bacon 431 

D— Plurality of George M. Hollenbeck 459 

D— Plurality of Clinton E. Roberts 459 



Garfield County. 




COUNTY. 



° £ 

Garfield 1, 657 

R— Plurality of Horace Mann 



1,717 



o 
H 

3,374 

.. 60 



o a 
I 8 

s-. o 
Ph O 

60 



68 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST FOR REPRESENTATIVES AT THE GEN- 
ERAL ELECTION— Continued. 

Gilpin Count} . 



.« 



COUNTY. 



Gilpin 922 

R— Plurality of Leroy J. Williams 



33 

754 



1,676 
168 



CO O — 



E J £ 



168 



Gunnison County 



COUNTY. 



Gunnison 800 

D— Plurality of John E. Pearson 





Q 


DQ 








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Oh 




800 


1,309 


98 


Pearson. 







2,207 



>H S 






509 



Hinsdale and Mineral Counties. 



COUNTIES. ^ be 

>>3 

Q 

Hinsdale 58 

Mineral 109 

Totals 167 

D— Plurality of P. J. McPolin 



- 


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115 


150 


323 


35 


229 


334 


672 


105 


344 


484 


995 
.... 140 


140 



Boulder County. 





Q 




■03 

HO 








qV 




COUNTY. 


ka5 

3 


C3 

pq 


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It 

— -£ 


5 


oulder 


5,002 


511 


3,988 


4,572 


461 


505 


605 


3,954 



Pluralities of candidates elected over vote cast for James 
E. Hubbard (R) who received next highest— 3, 988. 

D— Plurality of A. P. Ardourel 1,014 

D— Plurality of Joseph Hurd 




ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 



69 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST FOR REPRESENTATIVES AT THE GEN- 
ERAL ELECTION— Continued. 

Jefferson County. 



COUNTY. 

> 

pq'S 

O 

Jefferson 2, 275 

R— Wilbur F. Smith's plurality 






212 



131 



XJl ft 

131 



Lake County, 



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COUNTY. 



Lake 2,092 1,663 

D — Chas. E. Goodfriend's plurality over Wank 1 in 
D— Chas. E. Bott's plurality over Wanklin 



2, 137 



ft C 



1.730 



La Plata County. 




COUNTY. c g, 

no 

La Plata 324 

D— Geo. Weaver's plurality. 



£2 O 
O CO 

1 . 233 



o ai 
<u > 

1,733 



o 
E-< 

3,290 

...500 



> as 
a; 3 

500 



Larimer County. 



COUNTY 



Larimer 

R— Cunningham's plurality 



^ 


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a 


£ to 


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- 





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p.3 


- 


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ft 


Eh 


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312 

litv .... 


3,839 


2,526 


6,677 
313 


313 



7(1 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST FOR REPRESENTATIVES AT THE GEN- 
ERAL ELECTION-Continued. 



Las Animas County. 



V 



COUNTY. Sg £« = ^ g 

H ^ si §| fe 

I S "5 "S °g 

Las Animas 4,285 4,344 3,648 171 3,541 

R— Boyle's plurality over Caldwell 696 

R— Amador's plurality over Caldwell ^ 637 

Mesa TJounty^ /v'/X 



COUNTY. 



o 



X 



. s 
o o 



3 

o 

■X 

168 



w 

la 

o 

% . 

cc 

.E 



Mesa 2,943 

R — Newton's plurality 



2,654 



624 



6,221 
.. 289 



289 



Montrose County. 



COUNTY. few 

xZ 

3 -J- 

Montrose 1,289 

D — Skinner's plurality ... 



3 

6 a 



x 



1,742 



Or 



270 



o 
Eh 

3,301 
.. 453 



3 CO 
•S3 
02 £, 



453 



COUNTY. 



Otero 2,077 

D— Baxter's plurality 



Otero C 


"ounty. 








Q 


sB 


• 










m 




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63 


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PQ 


fc 


a 


EH 


^,077 


2,702 


124 


5,803 
275 


275 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 



71 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST FOR REPRESENTATIVES AT 

ERAL ELECTION— Continued. 



THE GEN- 



Ouray Count: 



COUNTY. *£ 

^^ 
w c 

< 

Ouray 759 



R— Arps' plurality 



834 



o 

1,593 
. . 75 



co- 
art 

75 



Park County. 



COUNTY. 



Park 



R— Slater's plurality 



U 

477 






GO 

607 



o 

1,084 

.. 130 



BB 

Ph 
130 



Pitkin County. 



COUNTY. 



Pitkin 614 



1-5 

635 



125 



D— Judkins' plurality 



1,374 
. . 21 



21 



COUNTY. 



Saguache 



Saguache County. 






£B 



639 



CD-I- 

OPn 
221 



R— Gardner's plurality 



221 



72 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST FOR REPRESENTATIVES AT THE GEN- 
ERAL ELECTION— Continued. 



San Juan County. 



COUN1 V. 



S Juan 



D— Slattery's pluralit: 



>> 




o 




658 


545 


1,203 
113 


113 









San Miguel County. 



COUNTY. 



San Miguel 

R — Anderson's plurality 



u u 

<: 

970 



762 



1,732 
.. 208 






V 





Weld County 






§ 




z § 


"g § 


u 





COUNTY. 



Weld 253 5,047 

R— Madden's plurality over Strong 
R— Teller's plurality over Strongs 



m 

?,948 



m c 
4. 160 




stf 


■ = 


o w 


<ug 


J2 


£ a 


£ <0 


^E 


riS 


^ o 


— - 




4,655 


241 


587 




195 





Prowers and Baca Counties. 



COUNTIES. c£ 

OX 

< 

Prowers 1,161 

Baca 261 

Totals 1.422. 

R— Hasty's Plurality 



in 

X 

1,285 

315 

1,600 



o 

2,446 

576 



,022 






124 
54 

178 



ITS 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 



73 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST FOR REPRESENTATIVES AT THE GEN- 
ERAL ELECTION— Continued. 

Routt and Rio Blanco Counties. 



COUNTIES. 

Routt 1 

Rio Blanco 

Totals 

D— Walbridge' s plurality 





CO 

WE 

£5- 


c8 

o 


PL, . 


'a a 
"E "3 


1,365 


1,277 


2.G42 


S8 




365 


520 


885 




155 


1,730 


1,797 


3,527 


... 67 





Grand, Summit and Jackson Counties. 



COUNTIES. ^ >> g ^ *J? 

£ t- fe O ^ ^ £ 

*% a Eh SPh 

Grand 428 400 828 28 

Summit 361 595 956 

Jackson 252 225 477 27 

Totals 1,041 1,220 2,26l 

D— Tovey's plurality 179 



> u 



234 



Lincoln, Phillips, Yuma, Kit Carson and Cheyenne Counties. 

&A 52 

feci a ^ w i5» 

COUNTIES. fl« M «£ -oS 

Lincoln 655 952 1, 607 

Phillips 484 614 1,098 

Yuma 1,188 1,012 1 .... 2,201 176 

Kit Carson 758 1,127 .... 3 1,888 

Cheyenne 389 585 974 

Totals 3,474 4,290 1 3 7,768 

R— Vogel's Plurality 816 



^Ph 
297 
130 



369 
196 



74 AB8TRACT OP VOTES CAST. 

ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST FOR REPRESENTATIVES AT THE GEN- 
ERAL ELECTION— Concluded. 

, Washington and Sedgwick Counties. 

_ ■ ^ 

" ,LNTIES - §1 II 3 II 

. . 1 , 046 330 

Q L2 1,335 2,567 103 

-hington 641 644 1.2S5 3 

Sedgwick 559 1,007 

Totals 3,914 547 

R- P plurality 547 



Pueblo County. 



COUNTY. 






Pueblo 



II 

pq 

5,458 



fi 





> - 


5* 


si 


-^ - 


*d 


o 


O 


- 


298 



- - 



419 



Pueblo County. 



g e § 

- - - .9 d§ 

COUNTY. .•§ E"E <" ~ 

■ — I - r C * 

Pueblo 5,393 7,307 36S 

D— Ashton's plurality over Bulette 2,023 

D— Cawlfield's plurality over Bulette 1,932 

D— Leftwich's plurality over Bulette J 

D— McTntyre's plurality over Bulette 

I ^ 
L/* f]/ Rio Grande County. 

i -. 

COUNTY. .-. i Bo 

-I ^7 i 

-■: s* g 

Rio Grande 1. 1,039 2,421 

R— Campbell's plurality 343 



c 
- > 

CD 






343 



ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. (0 

TABULATED STATEMENT OF VOTES CAST FOR THE OFFICE OF 
GOVERNOR FOR THE YEARS 1900-1910, INCLUSIVE. 

1900. 

D— James B. Orman 118,6.41 

R— Frank C. Goudy 94,04/ 

S. B. Hutchinson 843 

DeWitt C. Copley 987 

Jesse T. Pearson 421 

James R. Wylie 3, 695 

Total vote 218, 634 

D— Orman's plurality 24, 594 

1902. 

I. A. Knight 919 

Frank W. Owens 6,403 

R— James H. Peabody 87,684 

John C. Provost 7,177 

Otto A. Reinhardt 3,910 

D— E. C. Stimson 80,727 

Total vote 186, 820 

R— Peabody's plurality 6,957 

1904. 

R— James H. Peabody 113,754 

D— Alva Adams 123, 092 

A. H. Floaten 2,593 

I. A. Knight. 279 

James D. Merwin 325 

Robert A. M. Wilson 3,023 

Total vote 243, 066 

D— Adams' plurality 9, 338 

1906. 

R— Henry A. Buchtel 92,602 

D— Alva Adams 74, 416 

Ben B. Lindsey 18,014 

William D. Haywood 16,015 

Total vote 201 , 047 

R— Bnchtel's plurality 18, 186 



7C ABSTRACT OF VOTES CAST. 

TABULATED STATEMENT OF VOTES CAST FOR THE OFFICE OF 
GOVEK.NOK FOR THE * EARS. 1900-1910, INCLUSIVE— Concluded . 

1908. 

D— John F. Sha troth . 130,141 

1 : .1 . sse F. McDonald 118, 953 

H. C. Darrah 7,972 

1 1 a rry I * . Murray 6,314 

Total vote 263, 380 

D— Shafroths plurality *11,188 

1910. 

D— John F. Shafroth 115. 627 

R— John B. Stephen 97, 64^ 

Henry W. Pinkham 7, S44 

Phidelah Alonzo Rice 3, 751 

George Anderson 735 

Total vote 225, 605 

D— Shafroth's plurality 17, 979 



SENATE RULES 



TOGETHER WITH THE 



JOINT RULES 

Governing the House and Senate and a List of the Standing 

Committees of the Senate of the Eighteenth 

General Assembly 



COLORADO 




1911 



Rules of the Senate. 



Rule I. — Of Calling to Order. 

1. The stated hour of meeting, unless otherwise ordered, 
shall be 10 o'clock in the morning of each day. 

2. The President (ex-officio the Lieutenant Governor), or, in 
his absence, the President pro tem., shall take the chair every day, 
promptly at the hour to which the Senate stands adjourned; shall 
call the Senate to order, and on the appearance of a quorum shall 
proceed to business. 

3. The stated hour for the convening of the Senate having 
arrived, and the President and President pro tem. being absent, 
the eldest senior Senator present shall call the Senate to order, 
and shall preside until an active President shall have been elected, 
which election shall be the first business of the Senate. 

Rule II. — Of the Acting President. 

1. An acting President when elected shall continue to pre- 
side, with all the powers and privileges of the President, except 
that of signing bills and joint resolutions, until the President, or 
President pro tem. shall appear within the bar of the Senate, 
when he shall surrender the chair. 

Rule III. — Of a Quorum. 

1. A majority of all the Senators elected shall constitute a 
quorum ; and whenever a less number than a quorum shall con- 
vene at a regular meeting and shall adjourn, the names of those 
present shall be entered on the journal. 

2. Whenever a less number than a quorum shall convene at 
any regular meeting, they are empowered to send the Sergeant-at- 
Arms or any other person or persons, by them authorized, for any 
or all absent Senators ; and the actual expense incurred thereby 
in each case shall be paid by the absentees, respectively, unless for 
a good and sufficient reason, they have been, or may be, excused 
by the Senate. 

Rule IV. — Order, of Business. 

1. The Senate having been called to order at the hour to 
which it shall have adjourned, and a quorum being present, and 
after prayer by the Chaplain, the first order of business shall be 



80 SENATE RULE8 

the reading of the journal of the preceding day, i<» the end that 

any mistakes therein may be corrected, and the journal approved. 

2. After the reading and approval of the journal. the order 

of business shall be as follows: 

Pirsl Presentation of petitions and memorials. 

Second — Introduction of resolutions. 

Third — Introduction of bills. Firsl reading — by title. 

Fourth — Reports of standing committee-. 

Fifth — Reports of special committees. 

Sixth — Consideration of resolutions. 

Seventh — Third reading of bills. 

Eighth — Messages from the House of Representatn 

Ninth- — Communications from state officers. 

Tenth — Messages from the Governor. 

Eleventh — General orders, 

:!. Xo bill shall be made a special order without special or- 
der has been authorized by the affirmative vote of majority of all 
members elect: and in discussion of a motion to make a special 
order, which motion shall include only one bill, for which no other 
bill shall be substituted, no Senator shall speak more than once, 
nor longer than ten minutes, and a vote shall thereafter imme- 
diately be taken. Whenever any bill or other matter is made the 
special order for a particular day and hour, and the consideration 
thereof shall not be completed at that sittting, it shall retain its 
place as a special order for the same hour on the succeeding day. 
And when a special order is under consideration, it shall take pre- 
cedence of any special order for a subsequent hour of the same 
day: but such subsequent special order may be taken up imme- 
diately after the previous special order has been disposed of. 

4. When the Senate has proceeded to the general order of 
the day, no other business, unless it be a special order, shall be in 
order until the general orders have been disposed of. except by 
unanimous consent. 

Rule V.— Of Motion*. 

1. Xo motion shall be debated until the same shall have been 
seconded and put by the chair, and. if desired by the presiding 
officer, or by any Senator, shall be reduced to writing, delivered 
at the Secretarv's desk and read before the same shall be debata- 
ble. 

2. Any motion or resolution may be withdrawn or modified 
by the mover at any time before a decision, amendment or order- 
ing of the ayes and nays, except a motion to reconsider, which 
shall not be withdrawn without leave of the Senate. 

3. When the question is under debate, the President shall 
receive no motion but to adjourn, to take a recess, to proceed to 
the consideration of the special order, to lay on the table, to close 
the debate at a specified time, to postpone to a day certain, to 



EIGHTEENTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 81 

commit, to amend, or to postpone indefinitely, and they shall take 
precedence in the order named. 

4. Xo motion or proposition upon a subject different from 
that under consideration shall be admitted under color of amend- 
ment. 

5. A motion to postpone to a day certain, or indefinitely, be- 
ing decided, shall not be again allowed at the same stage of the 
bill or proposition ; and if a bill or proposition be set for consid- 
eration on a certain day. it shall not be considered at an earlier 
day. 

6. Xo motion shall be deemed in order to admit any person 
or persons whatsoever, other than a Senator, within the Senate 
Chamber to present any petition, memorial or address. 

Rule VI. — Of Substitute Motions. 

1. All so-called substitute motions and resolutions shall be 
considered as amendments only, and shall be subject to the rules 
relating thereto, except such matters as may be reported by 
committee. 

Rule VII. — Of Questions of Order. 

1. All questions of order shall be decided by the President 
without debate; such decision shall be subject to appeal to the 
Senate by any Senator, on which appeal no Senator shall speak 
more than once, unless by leave of the Senate; and the President. 
on such appeal, may speak in preference to Senators, rising from 
his seat for that purpose. 

2. If a Senator be called to order for words spoken, the ex- 
ceptional words spoken shall be immediately taken down in writ- 
ing by the Secretary, that the President may be better enabled to 
judge of the matter. 

3. If any Senator, in speaking or otherwise, transgress the 
rules of the Senate, the President shall, or any Senator may, call 
him to order; and the Senator called to order shall immediately 
take his seat, if required to do so by the President, until the ques- 
tion of order is decided. If the decision be in favor of the Sena- 
tor called to order, he shall be at liberty to proceed; if otherwise, 
he shall not be permitted to proceed, in case any Senator object, 
without leave of the Senate. 

Rule VIII. — Of Adjournment. 

1. A motion to adjourn, to take a recess, shall always be in 
order, but being decided in the negative, shall not be again enter- 
tained unless some motion other than a call of the Senate or mo- 
tion for recess shall have taken place. 



82 SENATE RULES 

Rule IX. — Of Division of Question. 

1. A question containing two or more propositions, capable 
of division, shall be divided whenever desired by any Senator. A 
motion to strike out and insert shall be deemed divisible; but a 
motion to strike out being lost, shall neither preclude amendment, 
nor a motion to strike out and insert. 

2. All amendments of the House of Representatives to a Sen- 
ate bill, or other proposition, shall not be divisible. 

Rule X.— Of Debate. 

1. The following questions shall be decided without debate, 
to wit: To suspend the rules, to adjourn, to take a recess, to lay 
on the table, to take from the table, to go into committee of the 
whole on the orders of the day, all questions relating to the prior- 
ity of business. 

2. Debate may be closed at any time not less than one hour 
from the adoption of a motion to that effect, and upon a majority 
vote of the members-elect an hour may be fixed for a vote upon the 
pending measure. On either of these motions not more than ten 
minutes shall be allowed for debate, and no Senator shall speak 
more than three minutes; and no other motion shall be enter- 
tained until the motion to close debate, or to fix an hour for the 
vote on the pending question, shall have been determined. 

Rule XL— Of Filling Blanks. 

1. On filling up blanks, the question shall first be taken on 
the largest sum, greatest number and most distant day. 

Rule Xri.—Of the President. 

1. The President shall preserve order and decorum, but shall 
have no vote, except in case of a tie. 

2. When two or more Senators rise at the same time, the 
President shall designate which of them shall be entitled to the 
floor; but preference should be given to a Senator who has not 
spoken on the subject under debate. 

3. The President shall have the right, in the absence or in- 
ability of the President pro tern, to preside, to name any Senator 
to perform the duties of the chair temporarily, who shall be in- 
vested during such time with all the powers and privileges of the 
President, except that of signing bills and joint resolutions. But 
such appointment shall not extend beyond the time of the return 
of the President pro tern., and in no event shall such an appoint- 
ment extend beyond an adjournment. 

4. The President shall have the general direction of the Sen- 
ate Chamber, and in case of any disturbance or disorderly conduct 
in the lobby or naileries, he shall have the power to order the same 



EIGHTEENTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 83 

to be cleared. He may assign seats within the bar of the Senate 
to reporters for newspapers, for the purpose of taking down the 
proceedings, but not so as to interfere with the convenience of the 
Senate. 

5. The President shall, in the presence of the Senate, and 
after their titles have been previously read, sign all bills and joint 
resolutions, memorials and addresses, when passed by both 
houses; and all write, warrants and subpoenas issued by order of 
the Senate, or any committee thereof, shall be under his hand, at- 
tested by the Secretary. 

C). The President is authorized to administer all oaths re- 
quired in the discharge of his duties. 

7. He shall appoint all committees except standing commit- 
tees, unless otherwise ordered. 

8. The President may state a question or may read sitting, 
but when putting a question he shall rise. 

9. Upon the first and last day of a regular session of the 
General Assembly, the Senate shall proceed to the election of a 
President pro tern., who shall, during the absence or inability to 
serve of the President, possess all the powers and privileges of the 
President, and when presiding he shall vote last. 

Rule XIII— Of the Secretary. 

1. When a bill or resolution, coming from the House of Rep- 
resentatives, does not appear in print in the form in which it was 
passed in the House, the Secretary shall either indicate the amend- 
ments on the calendar, or shall have the same reprinted, at his dis- 
cretion. 

2. The Assistant Secretary, and other officers and employes 
at the Sercretary's desk, shall be under the direction of and shall 
perform such duties as may from time to time be required by the 
Secretary of the Senate. 

3. The Secretary shall permit no journals, records, bills or 
papers to be taken from his desk, or out of his custody, other than 
in the regular routine of business, nor shall he, at any time or 
place, allow the same to be handled or examined by any person 
whatsoever, except the President, Senators and officers and em- 
ployes of the Senate or S-tate Printer, in the necessary perform- 
ance of their duties as such. 

4. He shall take a receipt for every document which passes 
from his possession in the due course of business of the Senate, 
and shall keep a book for that purpose. 

5. If any paper in his charge shall be missing, he shall re- 
port the fact immediately upon discovery, to the President, in or- 
der that inquiry may be made. 

6. The Secretary shall keep a book, to be called the docket, 
in which he shall enter, under appropriate marginal numbers all 



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SENATE RULES 



Senate and House hills, and joinl resolutions and memorials, and 
correel notes, with the dates thereof, of the Btate, condition and 
progress of each bill pending until the final disposition thereof. 
and shall index the same under the name of the Senator or Repre- 
sentative introducing the bill, joinl resolution or memorial, and 
generally shall perform the duties of Secretary. 

H.ih MY.— Of the Journal. 

1. The Secretary shall keep a correel journal of each day's 
proceedings. 

2. The title of all bills and proposed amendments shall be 

entered on the journal. 

3. The journal of the Senate shall be printed after the c 

of each day's session and disposed of in the following manner: 
one copy shall be placed on the desk of each Senator, and at least 
four extra copies shall be furnished to the Secretary of the Senate 
before the opening of the next day's session. Before proceeding 
with any other business the journal shall be read, corrected and 
approved. After it has been approved the President of the Senate 
shall sign four copies as corrected and approved, and the Secre- 
tary of the Senate shall attest the same and immediately deposit 
one signed copy in the office of the Governor for safekeeping, and 
file two signed copies in the office of the Secretary of State, and 
the other shall be kept by the Secretary of the Senate for the use 
of the Senate. On the last day of the session immediately ] (re- 
ceding the hour fixed for final adjournment, the journal of that 
day shall be read, corrected and approved, and it shall be the duty 
of the President and the Secretary of the Senate, within two days 
thereafter, to compare, correct and sign the printed copies of the 
journal for the last day. and to deliver the same to the Governor 
and the Secretary of State, in the manner provided for each pre- 
vious day. The printer's form for each day's journal shall be 
held intact until said journal has been corrected and approved by 
the Senate, when all corrections ordered shall be made by the 
printer without resetting, except as necessary to the making of 
such correction; and from such corrected form there shall be 
printed a sufficient number of sheets and in such form that they 
may be bound into the official Senate Journal at the end of the 
- --ion without the cost or expense of resetting or reprinting. 

Rule XT.— Of the Calendar. 

1. The Secretary of the Senate, unless the Senate shall other- 
wise direct, shall make a list of all bills, resolutions, reports of 
'•ommittees and other proceedings of the Senate which are com- 
mitted to a committee of the whole Senate, and which are not 
made the order of the day for any particular day and hour, in the 
order in which they were reported from committees, which list 
shall be called the general orders. 



EIGHTEENTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. < s -> 

2. He shall make a list of all bills, resolutions, reports of 
committees, and other proceedings of the Senate, which have, by 
order of the Senate, been set down for consideration at some par- 
ticular day and hour, which list shall be called the special orders. 

3. He shall make a list of all bills, resolutions and me- 
morials which may be upon their third reading, entering these in 
the order in which they were ordered upon third reading, unless 
the Senate shall, by a majority vote, otherwise direct; which list 
shall be called bills upon third reading. 

4. The several lists referred to in the preceding sections of 
this rule, together with such other memoranda as the Senate may 
direct, shall constitute the calendar of the Senate, which calen- 
dar the Secretary shall cause to be prepared, printed and laid 
upon the desk of the President and each Senator every morning 
the Senate may be in session. 

5. Xo calendar or part of a calendar shall be reprinted with- 
out order of the Senate. 

Rule XT I. — Of Senators. 

1. Xo Senator shall be permitted to vote or serve on any 
committee on any question in the event of which, other than as a 
citizen, he is individually interested. (Constitution, section 43, 
article V.) 

2. Xo Senator shall, without leave, absent himself from the 
Senate, otherwise than temporarily. 

3. When a Senator is about to speak, he shall rise from his 
seat and respectfully address himself to "Mr. President," and the 

President shall announce him as the Senator from the 

district (giving the number as the case may be). The Senator 
may then speak from his seat. 

4. In all cases, the Senator who shall first rise and address 
the President shall speak first; but no Senator shall speak more 
than twice on the same day, nor for more than two hours on the 
same question, without leave of the Senate, and he shall confine 
himself to the question under debate and avoid personality; Pro- 
vided, That any Senator having a bill in charge shall have one 
hour for closing debate. 

5. Any Senator may call for a statement of the question, 
and, with leave of the Senate, any Senator, while addressing the 
Senate, may read, or send to the Secretary's desk and have read, 
from books, papers or documents, any matter pertinent to the sub- 
ject under discussion. 

6. Xo Senator shall, in any manner, interrupt the business 
of the Senate while journals or public papers are being read, nor 
when any Senator is speaking, except it be to raise a question of 
order, or with the consent obtained through the chair of the speak- 
ing Senator, to make a personal explanation or propound an in- 



86 SENATE It li 

quiry; nor while the Presideut is putting a question; and no Sen- 
ator, in speaking, shall refer to a Senator, then present, by name, 
unless more than one Senator represent a senatorial district. 

Rule XYII.—Of Voting. 

1. In putting the question the form shall be: "As many as 
are of the opinion that (as the case may be) will say 'Aye';" and 
after the affirmative voice 1 is expressed: "As many as are of a 
different opinion will s;i\ NoV If the President doubt as to the 
voice of tin 1 majority, or a division be called for, the Senate shall 
divide; those in the affirmative, first rising, shall be counted, then 
those in the negative; and if there still be a doubt, then the 
President shall direct thai the roll be called. 

2. Every Senator present when the question is pu1 shall vote, 
unless the Senate, for special reasons, excuse him. A request to 
be excused from voting shall not be in order unless made before 
the Senate divides, or before the call of the yeas and nays is com- 
menced. Any Senator requesting to be excused from voting may 
make a brief statement of the reasons for making such request, 
and the question shall then be taken without further debate; but 
no Senator shall be excused from voting on any question by pea- 
son of his occupying the chair. 

3. Any Senator may change his vote before the decision of 
the questions shall have been announced by the chair. 

4. When less than a quorum vote on any question pending 
in the 'Senate, the Presideut shall forthwith direct that the doors 
be closed, and that no Senator be permitted to leave the Senate 
Chamber, and shall order the roll of Senators called by the Secre- 
tary. If a quorum be present, as shown by answering the calls, 
or by their presence in the Chamber, the President shall again 
order the yeas and nays, and if any Senator refuse to vote, he 
shall be noted as "present and not voting." and such refusal to 
vote shall be deemed a contempt, and. unless purged, the President 
shall direct the Sergeant-at-Arms to bring such Senator or Sen- 
ators before the bar of the Senate, when he or they shall be pub- 
licly reprimanded by the President. 

RuJ( X VIII. — Of Reconsideration, 

1. When a question has been decided by the Senate, any 
Senator voting on the prevailing side may. on the same day. or 
on either of the next two days of actual session thereafter, move 
a reconsideration: and if the Senate shall refuse to reconsider, or 
upon reconsideration shall affirm its first decision, no further mo- 
tion to reconsider shall be in order unless by unanimous consent. 
Every motion to reconsider shall be decided by a majority vote, 
without debate, and may be laid on the table without affecting the 
question in reference to which tin 1 same is made, which shall be a 
final disposition of the motion. 



EIGHTEENTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 87 

2. When a bill, resolution, report, amendment, order, or mes- 
sage, upon which a vote has been taken, shall have 2011c out of the 
possession of the Senate, and been communicated to the House of 
Representatives, the motion to reconsider shall be accompanied by 
a motion to request the House to return the same; which last mo- 
tion shall be acted upon immediately, and without debate, and if 
determined in the negative, shall be a final disposition of the 
motion to reconsider. 

3. Upon notice being given by any Senator of his intention 
to move a reconsideration of any vote taken, the Secretary shall 
enter the same in the journal, and shall retain the bill or other 
paper with reference to which the vote was taken (except peti- 
tions, enacted bills, and orders of inquiry), until the time for re- 
consideration has expired; Provided, That the operation of this 
rule shall be suspended during the last week of the session. 

Rule XIX. — Of Demands for Yeas and Nays. 

1. Any Senator has the right to demand the yeas and nays 
upon any question, and upon such demand, the President shall 
direct the Secretary to call the names of Senators in their alpha- 
betical order, and before the result is declared, the Secretary shall 
read over the names of those voting in the affirmative, and those 
voting in the negative, and after the call of the yeas and nays 
has been commenced, no Senator shall be permitted to explain his 
vote; nor after the decision has been announced by the chair, shall 
any Senator, under any circumstances, be permitted to vote. 

Rule XX. — Of Disagreement Beticcen Senate and House. 

1. In case of a disagreement between the Senate and House 
of Representatives, the Senate may either recede, insist and ask a 
conference or adhere, and motions for such purpose shall take pre- 
cedence in that order. 

Rule XXL— Of Call of the Senate. 

1. Any five Senators may demand a call of the Senate, and 
require absent Senators to be sent for; but a call of the Senate 
can not be made after voting has commenced ; and the call of the 
Senate being in order, the President shall order that the doors of 
the Senate be closed, and that no Senator be allowed to leave the 
Senate Chamber until the pending motion is voted upon, and shall 
direct the Secretary to call the roll and note the absentees ; after 
which the names of the absentees shall be again called, and those 
for whose absence no excuse, or an insufficient excuse is made, 
shall be sent for and taken into custody by the Sergeant-at-Arms, 
or his assistant, and brought before the bar of the Senate, where, 
unless excused by a majority of the Senate present, they shall be 
reprimanded by the President for neglect of duty, and fined, re- 



> s SENATE RULES 

spectively, a1 least to the extent of the expenses incidental to their 
apprehension. 

Ruli V \ //. Of Committees. 

1. The following standipg committees shall bo appointed by 
resolution at the beginning of cadi regular session of the General 
Assembly : 

1. Judiciary 11 

2. Revision and Engrossment 6 

3. Finance 14 

1. Banking and Insurance 8 

5. Railroads and Corporations 12 

6. Education and Educational Institutions 6 

7. Minos and Alining 8 

8. Agriculture and Irrigation 12 

9. Stork 4 

10. S'tate Affairs and Public Lands 6 

11. County Affairs 7 

12. State Institutions and Public Buildings in 

13. Fish, Forestry and (lame 5 

14. Military Affairs 4 

15. Privileges and Elections 9 

16. Printing 4 

17. Enrollment 4 

is. Reapportionment 11 

10. Labor 7 

20. Supplies and Expenditures 4 

21. Rules 6 

22. Horticulture 5 

23. City and County of Denver Senators. (To which 

all bills relating to the City and County of 
Denver shall be referred.) 8 

24. Constitutional Amendments 3 

2. No committee shall sit during the sessions of the Senate, 
nor a 1 any lime occupy the Senate Chamber without leave granted 
by the Senate. 

3. Committees shall report upon all matters referred to 
them without unnecessary delay, and in case of an adverse report, 
shall at all limes stale explicitly their reasons therefor, in which 
case such adverse report shall not be acted upon until the follow- 
ing day; they shall return all petitions and other papers referred 
to them with tin 1 bill or resolution, if any. to which they relate, 
and the same shall be transmitted to the House of Representa- 
tives in connection with the said bill or resolution, or shall be 
tiled for the use of the Senate. 

1. The Committee on Revision shall examine and engross 
all bills, aniendn cuts and joint resolutions or other papers which 
arc required i<» be engrossed before they go out of the possession 



EIGHTEENTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 89 

of the Senate, and make report when they find them correctly 
engrossed before they arc read a third time; they shall also com- 
pare such amendments as shall be made in the House to Senate 
bills, and that are concurred in by the Senate, after they shall 
have been re-engrossed in the Senate, for the purpose of seeing 
if they arc correctly engrossed; and no bill shall have its third 
reading unless it shall have been printed, nor until it has been 
engrossed and report made thereon by the Committee on Revision 
that it has been correctly engrossed. The said committee shall 
examine all bills before third reading and final passage, for the 
purpose of avoiding repetitions, unconstitutional provisions, se- 
curing proper title, and of insuring accuracy in the text and refer- 
ences, and consistency with the language of existing statutes, 
and as to whether any amendments adopted by the Senate, if not 
already printed, are of that material character required by the 
Constitution to be printed. The said Revision Committee shall 
report the nature of errors, with a concise suggestion as to the 
change necessary to correct the same. The chairman of the Re- 
vision Committee shall certify at the end of the engrossed bill 
that it is the correctly engrossed bill. 

5. The Committee on Enrollment shall examine all bills 
originating in the Senate and which have passed both houses; 
see that they are correctly enrolled, signed by the President of 
the Senate and Speaker of the House of Representatives, and 
presented to the Governor, and shall make report thereof to the 
Senate. 

<>. The Committee on Printing shall examine and report 
upon all questions of printing referred to them ; and every resolu- 
tion or motion to print any petition, resolution, report, message, 
or other document, shall be referred to the committee for report 
upon the actual or approximate cost thereof; all bills, when re- 
ported from the committee of first reference, shall be referred to 
this committee, and. unless otherwise ordered, shall be printed 
and reported back in the order of reference, and when printed 
shall be reported upon as to the accuracy with which they have 
been printed. The committee shall, from time to time, report 
any measure that they may deem useful to the economical and 
proper conduct of the public printing. 

7. The Committee on Supplies and Senate Expenditures 
shall examine and audit all requisitions and bills for supplies 
and expenditures of the Senate, of its members and committees, 
for stationery and other purposes, and shall certify to the cor- 
rectness of the same; and no such requisition shall be made, nor 
bill be audited or paid, by any officer of the Senate or of the 
state, unless so certified by the chairman or other member of the 
committee. 

8. The Committees on Revision, Enrollment, Printing and 
Supplies and Expenditures shall have leave to report at any time. 



90 SENATE RULES 

UuU \ Mil.- of Reference. 

1. Motions to refer shall take precedence in the following 
order, viz.: 

To a standing committee of the Senate. 
To a special committee of the Senate. 
To a joint standing committee. 
To a joint special committee. 

Rule XXIV. -Of Reports. 

1. Reports of committees, except such as do not propose 
final action, and reports of Committees of Conference, shall, un- 
less otherwise ordered, be placed upon the calendar for the 
day next succeeding that on which they are presented to the Sen- 
ate. 

Rule XXV.— Of Bills. 

1. Every bill shall be read by title when introduced, and at 
length on two different days previous to its being passed. All 
substantial amendments thereto shall be printed and laid on the 
desks of Senators before the final vote is taken on the bill. The 
final vote shall be taken by yeas and nays, and the names of 
those voting for and against the same be entered on the journal. 
Xo bill shall be declared passed, or signed by the President, un- 
less a majority of all the Senators elected to the Senate shall be 
recorded as voting for the same. 

2. Every Senate bill shall, upon its first reading, and before 
being printed, be referred, as a matter of course, to the appro- 
priate standing committee, for the single purpose of considering 
whether or not the bill shall be printed. The committee shall, 
as soon as possible, and in the order of its reference, report each 
bill back with the recommendation. "That the bill be ordered 
printed," or that "The bill be laid on the table;" and in the event 
of the latter recommendation the committee shall give explicitly 
their reasons therefor. 

3. Three days after the reference of a bill, as provided for 
in the preceding section of this rule, any Senator may, by giving 
at least one day's notice, call for the report of the committee re- 
quired in said section, and, unless excused by the Senate, the 
committee shall, upon the expiration of the time of notice, make 
report. And upon the refusal of the chairman of any committee 
to obey said rule, a majority of any committee may call a com- 
mittee meeting and make report. 

4. The final question upon the second reading of every bill 
or joint resolution originating in the Senate shall be whether it 
shall be engrossed and read a third time; and no amendment 
shall be received at the third reading unless by unanimous con- 
sent of the Senators present: but it shall be in order, before the 
final passage of any such bill or joint resolution, to move its re- 



EIGHTEENTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 91 

commitment; and should such recommitment take place, and any 
amendment be reported by the committee, the said bill or reso- 
lution shall be again read a second time and considered, and the 
aforesaid question again put. 

5. No amendments to bills by the House of Representatives 
shall be concurred in by the Senate, except by the vote of a ma- 
jority of the members elected thereto, taken by yeas and nays, 
and the names of those voting for and against recorded upon the 
Journal thereof. 

6. A motion to strike out the enacting clause of a bill shall 
have precedence of a motion to amend, and if carried shall be 
equivalent to its rejection. 

7. When an amendment made in the Senate to a bill from 
the House of Representatives shall be disagreed to by the House, 
and not adhered to by the Senate, the bill shall be considered as 
standing on third reading. 

Rule XXVI. — Of Conference. 

1. Every report of a Committee of Conference shall be 
printed, together with the bill as amended, or the amendments 
thereto, subject to the direction of the committee, before action 
shall be had on such report: Provided, That this rule shall be 
suspended during the last three days of the session. 

2. That the vote on concurring in bills amended in the House 
of Representatives, or on adopting reports of Committees of Con- 
ference, shall not be taken until said bills and reports have been 
placed on the files of Senators, and particularly referred to in 
their calendars; Provided, That this rule shall be suspended dur- 
ing the last three days of the session. 

Rule XXVII.— Of Secret and Executive Sessions. 

1. On a motion being made and seconded to close the doors 
of the Senate on the discussion of any business which may, in 
the opinion of any Senator, require secrecy, or on motion being 
made and carried, that the Senate go into executive session, the 
President shall direct all except the Senators and Secretary and 
Sergeant-at-Arms to withdraw, and during the executive session 
and the discussion of said motion the doors shall remain shut, 
and every member and officer shall keep secret all such matters, 
proceedings, and things whereof secrecy shall be enjoined by or- 
der of the Senate. 

2. Whenever the Senate shall go into the consideration of 
executive business the proceedings of the Senate in such business 
shall be kept in a separate journal, which shall not be inspected 
by any others than the members of the Senate, unless otherwise 
ordered by the Senate. The Governor shall, from day to day, be 
notified by the Secretary of the action of the Senate, upon execu- 
tive nominations, but no further extract from the executive jour- 



92 SENATE i:i LE8 

nal shall he furnished, published or otherwise communicated, ex- 
cept by special order of the Senate. 

3. When nominations shall be made in writing by the Gov- 
ernor to the Senate, they shall, in executive session, be referred 
to the appropriate committee, and a future day assigned for their 
consideration, unless the Senate otherwise direct. 

4. Any Senator or officer of the Senate, convicted of disclos- 
ing any matter directed by the Senate to be held in confidence, 
shall be liable, if a Senator, to expulsion, and if an officer, to 
dismissal from the service of the Senate. 

Rule XXVIII. — Of Committee of the Whole. 

1. Upon the adoption of a motion to go into the Committee 

of the Whole Senate, the President unless otherwise ordered by 
the Senate shall appoint the chairman thereof, who shall for the 
time being exercise all the powers of the President necessary to 
the conduct of the business of the committee. 

2. The rules of the Senate shall govern, as far as practicable, 
the proceedings of the committee, except that a member may 
speak more than twice on the same subject; that a call for the 
yeas and nays can not be made, nor can an appeal from the deci- 
sion of the chair be taken. 

3. A motion that the committee rise shall always be in 
order, and shall be decided without debate. 

4. All bills shall be considered in Committee of the Whole; 
all amendments made therein shall be reported by the chairman 
to the Senate, and shall by him be moved to be inserted, and, if 
adopted, shall be entered in the journal. "Every bill shall be 
read at length in Committee of the Whole (unless the commitee 
decide to recommend that the enacting clause be stricken out), 
the chairman shall so report, and entry thereof shall be made in 
the journal and such reading shall be considered one of the read- 
ings required by the Constitution; but if any Senator shall re- 
quest the reading of the bill at length, while on second reading, 
it shall be done. 

Rule XXIX.— Of Messages. 

1. Messages shall be sent to the House by the Secretary or 
Assistant Secretary, the Secretary having previously endorsed the 
final determination of the Senate thereon. 

2. Messages from the Governor or House of Representatives 
may be received at any time, except while the Senate is dividing. 
or while the journal is being read, or while a question of order 
or a motion to adjourn is pending, but no such message shall be 
reported to the Senate without unanimous consent, until the reg- 
ular order is reached. 



EIGHTEENTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 93 

Rule XXX. — Of Resolutions. 

1. All resolutions, memorials and other papers requiring the 
signature of the Governor shall be treated in all respects in the 
introduction and form of proceeding in a similar manner with 
bills. 

2. All resolutions, unless involving the expenditure* of pub- 
lic moneys, or unless some Senator give notice of a desire to de- 
bate the same, may be acted on at once; otherwise they shall lay 
over one day. 

Rule XXXI.— Of Privileges. 

1. No person not a Senator or officer of the Senate, other 
than the judges of the District and Supreme Courts, the Gover- 
nor and state officers, members of the congressional delegation, 
ex-members of the Senate, members of the House of Representa 
tives, duly accredited representatives of the state press, and such 
other persons as may be invited by the President or Senators, 
shall be admitted to the Senate Chamber while the Senate is in 
session or any Committee of the Whole, and any such person shall 
only be entitled to the quiet and orderly occupancy of the seats 
provided for visitors or for representatives of the press, and in 
no event to the privileges of the floor. 

2. At no time, whether the Senate be in session or not. 
shall any employe of the Senate, or any person whatsoever, other 
than the President or a Senator, be permitted to occupy the 
chair or use the desk of the President or that of any Senator. 

3. The Sergeant-at-Arms and the employes under his direc- 
tion will be held to a strict enforcement of this rule. 

4. Any employe of the Senate, or of its committees, solicit- 
ing or inviting any Senator to vote or use his influence for any 
bill or matter before the Senate, shall be at once dismissed from 
service and employment ; and any person entitled to the privilege 
of the floor of the Senate who shall, while on the floor during 
the session of the Senate, solicit or invite any Senator to vote 
or use his influence for any bill or matter before the Senate, 
shall forfeit his privilege. 

5. Any violation of this rule shall subject the offender, if 
an officer or employe of the Senate, to immediate removal from 
office, and, if a privileged person, to the forfeiture of the privilege. 

Rule XXXII. — Of Presenting Petitions, Memorials, Etc. 

1. In presenting a petition, memorial, remonstrance, or 
other communication addressed to the Senate, the Senator, from 
his place, shall make a brief verbal statement of the general pur- 
port of it, and if it be not insulting, profane or obscene, it shall 
be received. 

2. Every petition, memorial, remonstrance, resolution, bill 
and report of committee shall be endorsed with its appropriate 



94 SENATE in LES 

title, and immediately thereunder the name of the Senator pre- 
senting the same shall be written. 

3. Every petition, memorial and other paper shall be re- 
ferred, as of course, without putting the question, unless the 
reference be objected to when presented. 

Rule XXXIII. — Contested Elections. 

1. All contests of the election of a Senator, and all ques- 
tions affecting or relating to the qualification or eligibility of a 
Senator, or the right of any Senator to a seat, or membership 
in the Senate, shall be referred to the Committee on Privileges 
and Elections, which shall proceed to hear and determine said 
matters, and each of them, in such manner, at such times, in 
such places and under such rules, as said committee may adopt, 
for the purpose of facilitating such hearing. 

R if le XXXIV. — Miscellaneous. 

1. During the sessions of the Senate, smoking within the 
Senate Chamber shall not be allowed. 

2. While the President is putting any question or address- 
ing the Senate, no one shall walk across the chamber, and while 
a Senator is speaking, no one shall walk between him and the 
chair. No person other than the Secretary or his assistants shall 
remain at the Secretary's desk while the yeas and nays are be- 
ing called, or ballots being counted. 

3. No purchase shall be made or expense incurred by the 
Sergeant-at-Arms, or any officer or employe of the Senate, in 
its behalf, except upon the written order of the chairman or 
other member of the Committee on Senate Supplies and Ex- 
penditures. 

4. When the reading of any paper is called for. and not 
as a part of the remarks of any Senator, and objection be made, 
it shall be determined by a vote of the Senate, without a debate. 

5. Questions of privilege shall be: First, those affecting 
the rights of the Senate, collectively, its safety, dignity, and the 
integrity of its proceedings; second, the rights, reputation and 
conduct of members individually in their senatorial capacity 
only; and shall immediately have precedence of all other ques- 
tions, except motions to fix the day to which the Senate shall 
adjourn, to adjourn, and for a recess. 

6. The southwest corner of the Senate gallery shall be re- 
served for ladies and their escorts; the northwest corner thereof 
for the families of the members and officers of the Senate and 
their guests, who shall be admitted only by card of the member 
or officer. The Sergeant-at-Arms of the Senate shall appoint one 
of his assistants, to be known as the Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms 
of the Gallery, and whose duties shall be exclusivelv confined to 



EIGHTEENTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 95 

preserving order in the galleries and the enforcement of the rules 
of the Senate in relation thereto. 

Rule XXXV. — Of Abrogation, Suspensions or Amendment of the 

Rules. 

1. No rule shall be suspended unless by the affirmative vote 
of two-thirds of all members-elect, nor abrogated or amended un- 
less one day's notice be given and upon a majority vote of all 
members-elect. 

Rule XXXVI. — Parliamentary Authority. 

1. Jefferson's Manual shall govern the Senate in all cases 
in which it is applicable, and in which it is not inconsistent with 
these rules and the joint rules of the Senate and House of Rep- 
resentatives. 

That the duties of officers of the Senate, as set forth in the 
manual of the Thirteenth General Assembly, shall be and re- 
main in full force and effect for the Senate of the Eighteenth 
General Assembly. 



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Duties of Officers of the Senate. 



>' 6 • dry's ih pa\ tnu nt. 

The Department of Secretary of the Senate includes the 

-rant Secretary. Record Cleric. Beading Clerk, Engrossing 
and Enrolling Clerks, and such other clerks or assistant* 
may be required to conduct The clerical work of the Senate. 

Secretary 

He has the care and custody of all the papers, repoi - 
Idlls and records, and arranges, in its proper order, from daj 
to day. after its inception, all the business of the Senate. He 
must, in order to have a proper knowledge of the affairs of his 
department, apportion, systematize and personally supervise 
the labors of all his subordinates. The duties of his subordi- 
nates are properly his duties, as all are performed under his 
direction, and he is responsible for any deficiencies. He shall 
promptly, "on the same day such orders are made." deliver to 
all committees, bills or other matters that are referred. He 
shall keep the service accounts of all the Senators and em 
ployes of the Senate, and issue his certificates of per diem, 
signed by the President, attested by himself. He shall keep a 
journal of each day's proceedings, and deliver the mess g 
the Senate to the House of Representatives, and sign all orders 
and directions of the Senate. He shall permit no records, bills, 
papers or reports to be taken out of his custody belonging To 
the Senate, otherwise than in the regular course of business; 
and shall report any missing papers to the attention of the 
President, as well as all dereliction of duty upon the parr of 
his subordinates. He shall report to the Senate whenever any 
additional clerical labor is required in his department. He 
shall be responsible for the safe keeping of all bills and other 
documents in possession of the Senate, and is required at the 
• lose of the session to deposit all papers in his p< ss 3S on as 
;ary. properly classified and labeled, with tic 8 vary 
of State! 

Tin Assistant Si en turf/. 

His special duty shall be to keep a correct journal of each 
day's proceedings — under the supervision of the Secretary — 
and prepare a calendar for each day's business, if ><> ord 



EIGHTEENTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. '•'< 

by I lie Senate; shall also perform such other services as may 
be required of him by the Secretary. In the absence of the 
Secretary he shall perform his duties generally. 

The Record Clerk. 

It shall be his duty to keep the registry of all bills, resolu- 
tions, memorials, etc.. and make the proper endorsements on 
same of all actions taken and proceedings had with regard to 
such papers; to distribute to the proper committees or officers 
all bills, petitions and other papers referred; to keep a record 
of all the officers and employes of the Senate, and make out 
the certificates of per diem ready for the signature of the 
President and Secretary, and when not otherwise occupied, to 
help the Assistant Secretary in the performance of his duties. 

The Reading Clerk. 

It is his duty to read the journals, bills, reports of com- 
mittees, papers, etc., that may be handed to him by the Secre- 
tary, and act as clerk of the Committee of the Whole, and 
perform such other duties, when not engaged, as may be re- 
quired of him by the Secretary. 

The Engrossing Clerk. 

It shall be his special duty to engross all bills ordered to 
a third reading which the rules require to be engrossed, prop- 
erly placing all amendments adopted prior to the order of their 
engrossment. He shall engross all bills in the order that they 
are giyen him, and return the same to the chairman of the 
committee in like order; shall keep a record of all extra clerks 
engaged, and the time employed, and report the same to the 
Secretary. By the direction of the Secretary, he shall copy 
such other documents, journals, reports or papers as may be 
required for the use of the Senate. 

The Enrollment Clerk. 

It is his special duty to make clear, legible copies of all 
the bills which haye been concurred in by both branches of the 
General Assembly, without erasures or interlineations. He 
shall report to the Secretary all persons engaged, and the time 
employed, and shall perform such other clerical duty as may 
be required. 

General Regulations. 

Each deputy, when not occupied in the performance of his 
own special duties, is to render such assistance to the Secre- 
tary and his assistants as may be in his power, or as the pres- 



98 SENATE BULBS 

sure of duties in a particular departmenl may render neces- 
sary. The deputies are expected to notify the Secretary of 
any interference by others with their duties, and of all im- 
proper approaches or requests made 10 them by any person. 
They are not to exhibit to any person any 1 > i 1 1 or other docu- 
ments in their possession without leave of the Secretary. Per- 
fect courtesy must at all times be maintained towards Senators, 
associate deputies and all who have business to transact with 
the department. 

All committees employing clerks will report to the Secre- 
tary the names and time employed, in order that the same may 
be entered upon the book per diem. 



Sergeant-at-Arms 3 Department 

Consists of the Sergeant-at-Arms, Assistant Sergeant-at- 
Arms, Doorkeepers, Custodian of Blanks and Bills, Messenger, 
Janitor, Watchman and Pages, and such other officers as may- 
be required for the policing, protection and execution of the 
orders of the Senate. 

Sergeant-at-Arms 

This officer is the executive officer of the Senate, and to 
his charge is committed all police regulations. He shall see to 
the furnishing, warming, ventilating and lighting of the Senate 
and auxiliary rooms; serve subpoenas and warrants of the Sen- 
ate; announce messages from the Governor and House of 
Representatives; receive from the Secretary of State all neces- 
sary stationery, documents, etc., for the use of the Senate, and 
distribute the same to the Senators and officers entitled thereto. 
He shall report all derelictions of duty on the part of his 
subordinates to the President of the Senate. He is to organize 
his department with such system that each of his subordinates 
shall know his precise duties, and he is to see that each per- 
forms his duty promptly, thoroughly and courteously. He is 
required to keep the chamber open from 8 o'clock a. m. to 10 
o'clock p. m. There shall be on duty in his department at all 
times a Sergeant-at-Arms, Doorkeeper, Janitor and two Pages. 
He shall see that all printed matter is delivered to the Cus- 
todian of Bills and Blanks that shall come from the Public 
Printer. 

The Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms 

Shall aid and assist his principal generally in the discharge of 
his duties, and lake his place when he is absent. 



EIGHTEENTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 99 

The Messenger 

Shall aid and assist his principal generally in the discharge of 
his duties and attend to the receipt and distribution of the 
mails in such a manner as the Sergeant-at-Arms may. direct, 
and perform such other duties as may be required of him. 

The Doorkeepers. 

The Doorkeepers shall attend to the principal door, open 
and close it for the entn^ and exit of all persons entitled to 
seats inside the bar of the Senate; shall relieve the watchman 
from his duties at 7:30 a. m., maintain order in the lobby and 
see that visitors are seated, and that the regulations of the 
Senate in their department -are strictly enforced. 

The Janitors. 

The Janitors shall attend to the cleaning of the rooms of 
the Senate at such hours as may be fixed by the Sergeant-at- 
Arms; see that the gas and heating apparatus is in order; 
attend in the cloak room, and generally do all things required 
of them by the Sergeant-at-Arms. They shall leave no rubbish 
in or about the rooms that may cause destruction by fire. 

The Custodian of Bills and Blanks. 

It shall be his duty to receive all blanks, bills and documents 
printed for the use of the Senate, and arrange them in a con- 
venient manner or form for distribution by the Sergeant-at-Arms 
and Secretary. He shall allow no person not connected with the 
Senate to remove any blanks, bills or documents from his custody. 

The Watchman. 

The Watchman shall report for duty to the Sergeant-at- 
Arins at 9 :00 p. m. each night, and shall be placed in charge of 
the Senate chamber and all auxiliary rooms until 7:30 a. m. He 
shall see that all doors are fastened; that all lights are extin- 
guished, not required by officers of the Senate, and that no per- 
son is admitted to the chambers or rooms unless upon an order 
of the chief officer of the Senate; shall see that no papers, books, 
or documents are removed, except by known Senators or officers; 
shall report all violations of the rules to the Sergeant-at-Arms. 

The Duties of Pages. 

To be in attendance from 8 o'clock a. m. to 9 o'clock p. m. 
every day. whether the Senate is in session or not. 

To receive from the Custodian of Bills and Blanks the 
printed bills and arrange them on the file of each Senator: dis- 



100 SENATE RULES 

tribute such documents, papers and mail matter as may come to 
the senate, tinder direction of the Bergeant-at-Arms. 

Not to leave the Senate during the session, or absent them- 
selves except upon the leave of the Bergeant-at-Arms. To take 
the positions assigned to them by the Secretary, and, standing up 
so as to see and be seen, hold themselves iu readiness to bring all 
bills, resolutions, etc., from the several Senators to the Secretary, 
when presented; to answer promptly any call and render a 
ance to any Senator requiring it. 



EIGHTEENTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 101 



Joint Rules of the 
Senate and House of Representatives. 



Rule 1. Each house shall transmit to the other all papers 
on which any bill or resolution shall be founded. 

Rule 2. When a bill or resolution which shall have passed 
in one house shall be rejected in the other, notice thereof shall 
be given to the house in which the same may have passed. 

Rule 3. Message from one house to the other shall be com- 
municated by the Secretary of the Senate and the Clerk of the 
House, unless the house transmitting the message shall spe- 
cifically direct otherwise. 

Rule 4. It shall be in the power of either house to amend 
any amendment made by the other to any bill or resolution. 

Rule 5. In any case of difference between the two houses 
upon any subject of legislation, either house may request a con- 
ference, and appoint a committee for that purpose, and the other 
house shall also appoint a committee to confer. The committee 
shall meet at such house and place as shall be appointed by the 
chairman of the committee on the part of the houses requesting 
such conference. The conferees shall state to each other verbally, 
or in writing, as either shall choose, the reasons of their respec- 
tive houses, and confer fully thereon. The committee shall re- 
port in writing, and shall be authorized to report such modifica- 
tions or amendment as they think advisable. But no committee 
on conference shall consider or report on any matters except those 
directly at issue between the two houses. The papers shall be 
left with the conferees of the house assenting to such conference, 
and they present the report of the committee to their house. 
When such house shall have acted thereon, they shall transmit 
the same, and the papers relating thereto, to the other, with a 
message certifying its action thereon. Every report of a com- 
mittee of conference shall be read through in each house before 
a vote is taken on the same. 

Rule 6. It shall be in order for either house to recede from 
any subject matter of difference existing between the two houses, 
at any time previous to conference, whether the papers on which 
such difference arose are before the house receding, formally or 
informally; and on such vote to recede, the same number shall 
be required to constitute a quorum to act thereon, and to assent 
to such a receding, as was required on the original question out 
of which the difference arose. 



L02 JOINT RULES 

Rule 7. After each house shall have adhered to their dis- 
agreement, the bill which is the subjecl of difference 1 shall be 
deemed lost and shall n<»t again be reviewed during the same ses- 
sion in either house. 

Rule 8. All joint committees of the two houses, and all 
committees of conference, shall consist of two Senators, and three 
members of Assembly, unless otherwise specially ordered by con- 
current resolution. 

Rule 9 There shall be printed, of course, and without or- 
der, two hundred and forty copies of all original bills reported 
by committees of either house. 

Rule 10. When the same document shall, by separate orders, 
be directed to be printed by both houses, it shall be regarded as 
but one order unless otherwise expressly directed by either 
house. 

Rule 11. There shall be printed and distributed as follows: 

To the Senate, eighty copies. 

To the Assembly, one hundred and forty copies. 

To the State officers, fifteen copies. 

To the State Library, one copy. 

Retain to bind, four copies. 



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Joint Convention Rules. 



Rule 1. Joint conventions shall be held in the hall of the 
House of Representatives, and the President of the Senate shall 
preside. 

Rule 2. The Secretary of the Senate and Clerk of the House 
of Representatives shall be secretaries of the joint convent! on, 
and the proceedings of the convention shall be published with 
the Journals of the House, and the final result, as announced by 
the President on return of the Senate to their chamber, shall 
be entered on the Journals of the Senate. 

Rule 3. The rules of the House of Representatives, so far 
as the same may be applicable, shall govern the proceedings in 
joint convention. 

Rule 4. Whenever a President pro tempore presides, he 
shall be entitled to vote upon all occasions, and in case of a tie 
the question shall be declared lost. 

Rule 5. Joint conventions shall have the power to compel 
the attendance of absent members in the mode and under the 
penalties prescribed by the rules of the house to which such mem- 
bers respectively belong, and for that purpose the Sergeant-at- 
Arms of each house shall attend. 

Rule 6. Joint conventions may adjourn from time to time, 
as may be found necessary ; and it shall be the duty of the House 
of Representatives to prepare to receive the Senate, and of the 
Senate to proceed to the hall of the House of Representatives at 
the time fixed by law or resolution, or to which the joint conven- 
tion may have adjourned- 



1"4 SBNAI - . \\1. 1 \i, ( OM MITTEE8 



Senate Committees. 



Judiciary. 

Senators Gove, Chairman; Cary, Tobin, Bnrris, McCne, Irby. 
U'Connell, Hilt*. VanTilborg,- Carpenter, Cornforth, Bayden, 
Stephan. 

Revision an<l Engrossment. 

Senators Garman, Chairman; Carringer, Skinner. Bellesfield, 
Stephan. 

Finana . 

Senators Napier, Chairman; \Yest. T<>bin. Joyce, VanTilborg. 
Hilts. Cary, ('ink.-. Crowley, Irby. McCne, Parrish, Stephan. 

Banking. 

Senators \Yest. Chairman : Cary, Casaday, Bnrris. Gove. 
Herker. VanTilborg. Cross. Hayden. 

Insurance. 

Senators Hilts. Chairman; Skinner. Bellesfield, Joyce, Car- 
ringer, Blakey. Stephan. 

Railroads. 

Senators VanTilborg, Chairman; McCne, West, Cary, Sharp- 
ley, Burris, Barela. 

rporatioi 9. 

Senators Casaday. Chairman; McCne, Napier, Sharpley, 
Tobin, Cary, Garman, Hayden. 

Education and Educational Institutions. 

Senators Joyce, Chairman: Tobin, Casaday. Bellesfield. Car- 
penter. 

Mines and Mining. 

Senators (VConnell. Chairman : West, Joyce. Twining, 
Blakey, Casaday, McCne, Harden. Barela. 



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Agriculture and Irrigation. 

Senators Croke, Chairman ; Crowley, Cross, Napier, Tobin, 
West, Burris, Casaday, Gove, Carpenter, MacArthur, Parrish. 

Stock. 

Senators Tobin, Chairman; West, Cary, Cross, Crowley, 
Barela. 

State Affairs and Public Lands. 

Senators Irby, Chairman; Cary, VanTilborg, Garman, Mc- 
Cue. Napier, Hilts, Parrish. 

County Affairs. 

Senators Cary, Chairman; Croke, Irby, Tobin, McCue, Crow- 
ley, Barela. 

State Institutions and Public Buildings. 

Senators Burris, Chairman; Napier, O'Connell, Metz, Cross. 
Irby, Crowley, Cornforth, Lines. 

* 
Fish, Forestry and Game. 

Senators Blakey, Chairman; Casaday, Hecker, Joyce, Skin- 
ner, Napier, Tucker. 

Military Affairs. 
Senators Meiz. Chairman; Twining. Blakey, Skinner, Barela. 

Privileges and Elections. 

Senators Metz, Chairman; Crowley, Skinner, Hecker, Napier, 
('loss. West, Stephan, Harden. 

Printing. 
Senators Garman. Chairman; Joyce. Metz, Parrish. 

Enrollment. 

Senators Skinner. Chairman; Blakey. Twining, Burris. 
Tucker. 

Reapportionment. 

Senators Carringer, Chairman; Garman. Tobin. O'Connell. 
VanTilborg, Burris, West, Cary, Sharpley. Adams. Skinner, Corn- 
forth, Parrish. Carpenter. Barela. 



106 SENATE STANDING COMMITTEES 

Labor. 

Senators Bellesfield, Chairman; Carman. VanTilborg, Casa- 
day, Cary, Lines. 

Supplies and Expenditures, 

Senators Twining. Chairman; Metz, Carringer. Bellesfield, 
Mac Arthur. 

Rules. 

Senators Adams. Chairman; Hilts. Irby. Carringer, Sharp- 
ley, Parrish. 

Horticultural. 

Senators Crowley. Chairman: Croke, Casaday, Hilts. Harris, 
Tobin. Lines. 

City and County of Denw 

Senators Heeker. Chairman : BfcCue, Croke. Irby, Sharpley, 
Carman. Hilts. Gove. 

ustitutional Amendments. 

Senators Cross. Chairman: Gove, O'Connell, Irby. Napier. 
Heeker, Twining. Carpenter. Hayden. 

Medical Affairs^. 

Senators Sharpley. Chairman: Twining. Croke. Carringer. 
West. Metz. Ma (Arthur. 



HOUSE RULES 



TOGETHER WITH THE 



JOINT RULES 

Governing the House and Senate and a List of the Standing 

Committees of the House of the Eighteenth 

General Assembly 



COLORADO 




1911 



Rules of the 
House of Representatives, 



Rule I.— Of Calling to Order. 

1. The stated hour of meeting, unless otherwise ordered, 
shall be 10 o'clock in the morning of each day. 

Rule II.— Of the Speaker. 

1. The Speaker shall take the chair at the hour to which 
the House stands adjourned, call the members to order, and on 
the appearance of a quorum proceed to business. 

2. He shall preserve order and decorum, and in case of 
disturbance or disorderly conduct in the lobbies and galleries, 
may cause the same to be cleared, or shall do so upon the de- 
mand of the House. 

3. He shall have the general direction of the hall of the 
House of Representatives, of the approaches thereto, and may 
assign seats within the bar of the House to regularly appointed 
reporters for the press. Such reporters so appointed and as- 
signed shall be entitled to such seats as the Speaker shall desig- 
nate and shall have the right to pass to and from such seats in 
entering and leaving the House. 

4. He shall decide all questions of order subject to an ap- 
peal to the House. On every appeal he shall have the right in 
his place to assign his reason for such decision. 

5. He shall appoint all committees, whether standing, joint 
or special. 

6. He shall, in the presence of the House, sign all bills and 
joint resolutions, memorials and addresses, passed by the Gen- 
eral Assembly, after their titles shall have been publicly read 
immediately before signing, which fact shall be entered on the 
Journal. (Constitution, article Y. section 26.) He shall sign 
all writs, warrants and subpoenas issued by order of the House, 
or bv any committee thereof, and the same shall be attested bv 
the Clerk. 

7. He may state a question or may read sitting, but when 
putting a question he shall rise. 

8. He is authorized to administer all oaths required in the 
discharge of his duties. 



1 1(1 HOI BE IM LES 

!>. Be may substitute any member to perform the duties of 
the chair for a period not exceeding a period of three consecu- 
tive Legislative days. bu1 for no longer period excepl by special 

consent of the House. 

Hi. lie may vole upon all occasions, except on appeals from 
his decision. 

11. He shall be ew-offltio a member of the Committee on 
Rules. 

12. He shall, when the House determines upon going into 
the committee of the whole, name a chairman to preside therein. 

13. He may speak as other members on general questions — 
when lie shall call some other member' to the chair. 

14. He shall declare all voles. Questions shall be distinctly 
put in this form, to- wit: "As many as are in favor of (as the 
question may be) say 'Aye;'" and after the affirmative voice is 
expressed, "As many as are opposed will say 'No.' " If the 
Speaker donbt. or a division be called for, the House shall di- 
vide — those voting in the affirmative shall first rise from their 
seats ; afterwards those in the negative. 

15. He shall receive all messages and communications from 
other departments of the government and announce them to the 
House. 

16. He shall represent the House, declare its will, and in 
all things obey its commands. Every officer of the House is sub- 
ordinate to the Speaker, and in all that relates to the prompt 
and correct discharge of official duties, is under his supervision. 

Rule III.— Of the Clerk. 
Air-:-- ' 

1. The Clerk shall keep a correct journal of each day's pro- 
ceedings. He shall enter therein the ayes and noes, all votes 
taken in the concurrence by the House in all amendments made 
by the Senate, and in the adoption of all reports of all Commit- 
tees of Conference, and in final passage of all bills. (Constitu- 
tion, article Y, sections 22 and 23.) 

2. The titles of all bills and proposed amendments shall be 
entered on the journal. 

3. When a bill or resolution, coming from the Senate, does 
not appear in print in the form in which it was passed in the 
Senate, the Clerk shall either indicate the amendments on the 
calendar, or shall have the same reprinted, when ordered by the 
House. 

4. The officers and employes at the Clerk's desk shall be 
under the direction of. and shall perform such duties as may 
from time to time be required by, the Clerk of the House. 

5. The Clerk shall permit no journals, records, bills or pa- 
pers to be taken from his desk, or out of his custody, other 
than in the regular routine of business; nor shall he. at anv 



EIGHTEENTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Ill 

time or place, allow the same to be handled or examined by any 
person whatsoever, except the Speaker, members and officers or 
employes of the House or State Printer, in the necessary perform- 
ance of their duties as such. 

<;. He shall take a receipt for every document which passes 
from his possession in the due course of business of the House, 
and shall keep a book for that purpose. 

7. If any papers in his charge shall be missed, he shall re- 
port the fact, immediately upon discovery, to the Speaker, in 
order that inquiry may be made. 

8. The Clerk shall keep a book, to be called the Docket, 
in which he shall enter, under appropriate marginal numbers, all 
Senate and House bills, and joint resolutions and memorials, and 
correct notes, with the dates thereof, of the state, condition and 
progress of each bill pending until the final disposition thereof, 
and shall index the same under the name of the Senator or Kep- 
reseritative introducing the bill, joint resolution or memorial, 
and generally shall perform the duties of Clerk, under the direc- 
tion of the Speaker. 

0. The Clerk shall make a list of all bills in the order in 
which they were reported from committees — unless the House 
shall otherwise direct — resolutions, reports of committees and 
other proceedings of the House, which are committed to a com- 
mittee of the whole House, and which are not made the order 
of the day for any particular day and hour; which list shall be 
<alled the General Orders. 

10. He shall make a list of all bills, resolutions, reports 
of committees, and other proceedings of the House, which have, 
by order of the House, been set down for consideration at some 
particular day and hour; which list shall be called the Special 
Orders. 

11. He shall make a list of all bills, resolutions and me- 
morials which may be upon their third reading, entering these 
in the order in which they were ordered upon third reading, un- 
less the House shall, by a majority vote, otherwise direct; which 
list shall be called Bills upon Third Heading. 

12. The several lists referred to in the preceding sections 
of this rule, together with such other memoranda or matter as 
the House may direct, shall constitute the general calendar of 
the House, which general calendar the Clerk shall cause to be 
prepared, printed and laid upon the desk of the Speaker and 
each member at such times as the Speaker and House may di- 
rect. The Clerk shall also prepare, and cause to be printed each 
day and laid upon the desk of the Speaker and each member, a 
supplement to the general calendar containing a list of adverse 
reports, consideration of conference reports, resolutions, third 
reading of bills, special orders, and other memoranda or matters 
so ordered, in the order named. 



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L3. Any objectioD to the calendar shall be made and dis- 
posed of before the House proceeds i<> the consideration of the 

orders of the day. 

Rule TV. — Of Members. 

1. Petitions, memorials and any other papers addressed to 
the House shall be presented by the Speaker or by any member 
in his place. 

2. Every member presenting a paper shall endorse the same; 
if a petition, memorial or report to the Legislature, with a brief 
statement of its subject or contents, adding bis name; if a no- 
tice or resolution, with bis name; if a report of a committee, a 
statement of such report with the name of the committee and 
the member making the same; if a bill, a statement of its title 
with bis name. 

3. Every member who shall be within the chamber of the 
House when a question is staled from the chair shall vote thereon 
unless he be excused by the House, or unless he be directly inter- 
ested in the question ; but no member shall be obliged to vote on 
any question unless within the chamber when his name is called. 

4. No member rising to debate, to give a notice, make a 
motion, or report, or to present a petition or other paper, shall 
proceed until he shall have addressed the Speaker and have been 
recognized by him, when he may proceed to address the House 
from any place on the floor or from the Clerk's desk, and shall 
confine himself to the question under debate, avoiding personality. 

5. While a member is speaking no member shall entertain 
any private discourse or pass between him and the chair. 

6. While the Speaker is putting the question or addressing 
the House, no person shall walk out of or across the hall, nor 
when a member is speaking entertain private discourse or pass 
between him and the chair; and during the session of the House 
no member or other person shall wear his hat; no member shall 
remain by the Clerk's desk during the counting of the ballots 
or the call of the roll ; and the Sergeant-at-Arms and the Door- 
keeper are charged with the strict enforcement of this rule. 

7. When a motion to adjourn is carried the members and 
officers shall keep their seats and places until the Speaker de- 
clares the House adjourned. 

8. Every member shall attend in his place precisely at the 
hour to which the House was last adjourned; and in case of 
neglect he shall be subject to a reprimand from the chair, un- 
less excused by the House; nor shall any member absent himself 
from the House for more than twenty consecutive minutes, with- 
out leave previously obtained. 

9. If any member, in speaking or otherwise, transgress the 
rules of the House, tin 1 Speaker shall, or any member may, call 
him to order, in which case he shall immediately sit down, un- 



EIGHTEENTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 113 

less permitted, on motion of another member, to explain, and 
the House shall, if appealed to, decide on the ease withoui de- 
bate; if the decision is in favor of the member called to order, 
he shall be at liberty to proceed, but not otherwise; and if the 
case requires it, he shall be liable to censure or such punishment 
as the House may deem proper. 

10. If a member is called to order for words spoken in de- 
bate, the member calling him to order shall indicate the words 
excepted to, and they shall be taken down in writing at the 
Clerk's desk and read aloud to the House, but he shall not be 
held to answer nor be subject to the censure of the House there- 
for if further debate or other business has intervened. 

11. When two or more members rise at once, the Speaker 
shall name the member who is to speak first. 

12. No member shall be excused from attendance for more 
than one day without consent of two-thirds of all the members 
present. For a day or less he may be excused by a majority. 

13. Any member shall have the right to protest against any 
action of the House, and such protest, with the reasons therefor, 
when reduced to writing, shall, without alteration, commitments 
or delay, be entered in the journal, provided said protest is not 
personal in its nature. 

14. Pairs shall be announced by the Clerk after the com- 
pletion of the roll call upon any question, motion or bill from a 
written list furnished him and signed by the member announcing 
the pair to the Clerk, which list shall be published in the journal 
as part of the proceedings, immediately following the names of 
those not voting; Provided, That if it be necessary to constitute 
a quorum, all pairs shall be considered as withdrawn. 

15. Any member may call for a statement of the question, 
and any member, while addressing the House, may read or send 
to the Clerk's desk and have read from books, papers or docu- 
ments, any matter pertaining to the subject under discussion 
without asking leave; Provided, That upon objection made by 
any member, the matter being so read, shall, by the vote of a 
majority of the members be decided without debate to pertain 
to the subject, and as not being read for the purpose of delay. 

16. Any member may change his vote before the decision 
of the question shall have been announced by the chair. 

17. Every petition, memorial or other paper shall be re- 
ferred, as a matter of course, without putting the question, unless 
the reference be appealed to when it is presented. 

18. When the reading of any paper is called for and not 
as a part of the remarks of any member, and objection be made, 
it^hall be determined by a vote of the House, without debate. 

Rule V. — For the Election of Officers. 

1. There shall be chosen at the commencement of each reg- 
ular session of the Legislature, a chief clerk, an assistant clerk, 



114 HOUSE BULKS 

reading clerk, bill clerk, dockel clerk, sergeant-at-arms, three as- 
sistant sergeants-at-arms, chaplain, chief enrolling clerk, with 
not more than one assistant enrolling clerk, chief printing clerk. 
two assistant printing clerks, two messengers, one doorkeeper, 
two assistant doorkeepers, one janitor for chamber, one janitor 
\'nv committee rooms, one janitor for cloak room and gallery, 
telephone m< r, one night watchman, one matron for 

women's gallery, six pages, and a clerk for each of the following 
named committees: Jndiciary, one: revision and constitution, 
two; finance, ways and means, corporations, agricultural and irri- 
gation, and appropriations, each one; and four additional com- 
mittee clerks to be assigned by the Speaker to the remaining com- 
mittees as may be required. 

All clerks as above set forth except chief clerk, reading clerk, 
bill clerk, docket clerk, chief and assistant printing clerks and 
clerk of judiciary committee, must be competent stenographers 
and typewriters, and all printing clerks shall be skilled and com- 
petent proof readers. 

2. The Speaker of the House may, at the request of any 
Committee, when the labor required to be done by the clerks 
of said committee can not be done by the said clerks, detail any 
other clerks of the House to assist in the labor to be done by 
said committee. Every officer and employe shall take an oath 
to support the Constitution of the United States, the Constitu- 
tion of the State of Colorado, and for the true and faithful dis- 
charge of the duties of his office to the best of his knowledge 
and ability, and to keep the secrets of the House: and no officer 
or employe of the House shall enter upon the duties of his office 
or employment, nor shall his per diem begin to run until an 
oath of office shall have been administered by the Speaker, and 
a record thereof made with the clerk. 

Rule TV.— Of Other Officers. 

1. The Doorkeeper shall enforce strictly the rules relating 
to the privileges of the hall. 

2. The Sergeant-at-Arms shall attend the House during its 
sittings, maintain order under the direction of the Speaker, and 
pending the election of a Speaker or Speaker pro tempore, under 
the direction of the Clerk, execute the commands of the House 
and all processes issued by authority thereof directed to him by 
the Speaker. 

3. The Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms shall superintend the 
-tlice kept for the accommodation of the members and officers 

of the House, and be held responsible for the prompt and safe 
delivery of their mail, and in general perform such other duties 
as may be directed by the Sergeant-at-Arms. 

4. The Chaplain shall attend at the commencement of each 
day's silting of the House and open the same with prayer. 



EIGHTEENTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 115 

5. Any officer or employe of the House or of its committees 
soliciting or inviting- any member to vote for or against, or use 
his influence for or against any bill or matter before the House, 
shall be at once dismissed from service or employment. 

6. Xo purchase shall be made or expense incurred by the 
Sergeant-at-Arms or any other officer or employe of the House 
in its behalf, except upon the written order of the Committee 
on House Expenses. 

Rule VII.— Of a Quorum. 

1. A majority of all the members elected shall constitute a 
quorum, but a smaller number may adjourn from day to day ; 
and whenever a less number than a quorum shall convene at a 
regular meeting and adjourn, the names of those present shall be 
entered on the journal. 

2. Whenever a less number than a quorum shall convene at 
a regular meeting, they are empowered to send the Sergeant-at- 
Arms, or any other person or persons by them authorized, for 
any or all absent members; and the actual expense incurred 
thereby in each case shall be paid by the absentees, respectively, 
unless, for a good and sufficient reason, they may have been, or 
may be, excused by the House. 

3. When less than a quorum vote on any question pending 
in the House, the Speaker shall forthwith direct that the doors 
be closed, and that no member be permitted to leave the House, 
and shall order the roll of members called by the Clerk. If a 
quorum be present, as shown by answering the calls, or by their 
presence in the House, the Speaker shall again order the yeas 
and nays, and if any member refuse to vote, he shall be noted 
as "present and not voting," and such refusal to vote shall be 
deemed a contempt, and unless purged, the Speaker shall direct 
the Sergeant-at-Arms to bring such member or members before 
the bar of the House, when he or they shall be publicly repri- 
manded by the Speaker. 

Rule VIII. — Of Order of Business. 

1. The House having been called to order at the hour to 
which it shall have adjourned, and a quorum being present, the 
journal of the preceding day shall be read, to the end that any 
mistakes therein may be corrected and the journal approved. 

2. After the reading and approval of the journal, the order 
of business shall be as follows : 

First — Presentation of petitions and memorials. 
Second — Reports of standing committees. 
Third — Reports of special committees. 
Fourth — Messages from the Governor. 
Fifth — Communications from State officers. 



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Sixth- Messages from the Senate. 

Seventh — 1. Introduction of resolutions. 

2. Consideration of resolutions. 

Eighth — Introduction of bills, liist reading by title. 

Ninth — Third reading of bills. 

Tenth — Second reading of bills, and general orders. 

:\. Whenever any bill or other matter is made the special 
order for a particular day and hour, and the consideration 
thereof shall not be reached on that day, it shall take its place 
in the general order; and when a special order is under consid- 
eration, it shall take precedence of any special order for a sub- 
sequent hour of the same day, or the succeeding day ; but such 
subsequent special order may be taken up immediately after the 
previous special order has been disposed of; Provided, Such sub- 
sequent special order is reached on the day on which the same 
is set for special order. 

4. When the House has proceeded to the general orders of 
the day, no other business, unless it be a special order, shall be 
in order until the general orders have been disposed of, except 
by unanimous consent. 

5. All motions and resolutions intended to provide for 
special orders, or in any manner for the conduct of the busi- 
ness of the House out of the regular order, except to suspend the 
rules, shall, before action, be referred to the Committee on Rules, 
and their report had thereon, and such committee shall report 
within 24 hours, except otherwise ordered. 

Rule IX. — Of the Questions of Privilege. 

1. Questions of privilege shall be, first, those affecting the 
rights of the House collectively, its safety, dignity, and the 
integrity of its proceedings; second, the rights, reputation and 
conduct of members, individually in their representative capac- 
ity only; and shall immediately have precedence of all other 
questions except motions to fix the day to which the House 
shall adjourn, to adjourn and for a recess. 

Rule X.—Of Motions. 

1. No motion shall be debated until the same shall have 
been seconded and put by the chair, and, if desired, by the 
presiding officer, or by any member, shall be reduced to writing, 
delivered at the Clerk's desk, and read before the same shall be 
debatable. 

2. Any motion or resolution may be withdrawn or modified 
by the mover at any time before a decision, amendment or 
ordering of the yeas and nays, except a motion to reconsider, 
which shall not be withdrawn without leave of the House. 

.°>. When a question is under debate, the Speaker shall re- 
ceive no motion but to adjourn. to take a recess, to proceed to 



EIGHTEENTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 117 

the consideration of the special order, to lay on the table, for 
the previous question, to postpone to a day certain, to commit, 
to amend, or to postpone indefinitely, and they shall take prece- 
dence in the order named. 

4. No bill shall be so altered or amended in its passage 
through the House as to change its original purpose. (Con- 
stitution, article V, section 17.) 

5. No motion or proposition upon a subject different from 
that under consideration shall be admitted under color of 
amendment. 

6. A motion to postpone to a day certain, or indefinitely, 
being decided, shall not be again allowed at the same stage of 
the bill or proposition; and if a bill or proposition be set for 
consideration on a ceratin day, it shall not be considered at an 
earlier day. 

7. No motion shall be deemed in order to admit any per- 
son or persons whomsoever, other than a member, within the 
House to present any petition, memorial or address. 

8. All so-called substitute motions and resolutions shall 
be considered as amendments only, and shall be subject to the 
rules relating thereto, except such matters as may be reported 
by committee. 

9. A motion to fix the day to which the House shall 
adjourn, a motion to adjourn and to take a recess, shall always 
be in order, but once having been acted upon adversely, shall 
not again be in order until some other business has intervened. 

10. A question containing two or more propositions, capa- 
ble of division, shall be divided whenever desired by any mem- 
ber. A motion to strike out and insert shall be deemed divisi- 
ble, but a motion to strike out being lost, shall neither preclude 
amendment nor a motion to strike out and insert. 

11. Amendments made in the Senate to a House bill or 
other proposition shall not be divisible. 

12. Pending a motion to suspend the rules, the Speaker 
may entertain one motion to adjourn; but after the result 
thereof is announced, he shall not entertain any other dilatory 
motion till the vote is taken on suspension. 

Rule XT.— Of Debate. 

1. The following questions shall be decided without debate, 
to-wit: To adjourn, to take a recess, to lie on the table, to take 
from the table, to go into committee of the whole on the orders 
of the day, and all questions relating to the priority of business. 

2. No member shall occupy more than thirty minutes in 
debate on any question in the House, except as further pro- 
vided in this rule. 

3. The member introducing the measure under considera- 
tion, when reported from a committee, may open and close, 



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where general debate has been had thereon; and if it shall 
extend beyond one day. he shall be entitled to one hour to 
close, notwithstanding he may have used thirty minutes in the 
opening. 

4. No member shall speak more than once to the same 
question without leave of the House, unless he be the mover, 
proposer or introducer of the matter pending, in which case 
he shall be permitted to speak in reply, but not until every 
member choosing to speak shall have spoken. 

Rule ATT. Of Filling Blanks. 

1. In filling up blanks, the question shall first be taken 
on the largest sum, greatest number and most distant day. 

Rule XTTT. — Of Reconsideration, 

1. When a question has been decided by the House, any 
member voting on the prevailing side may, on the same day, or 
on either of the next two days of actual session thereafter, move 
a reconsideration; and if the House shall refuse to reconsider, 
or upon reconsideration shall affirm its first decision, no further 
motion to reconsider shall be in order unless by unanimous 
consent. Every motion to reconsider shall be decided by a 
majority vote, without debate, and may be laid on the table 
without affecting the question in reference to which the same 
is made, which shall be a final disposition of the motion. 

2. When a bill, resolution, report, amendment, order or 
message, upon which a vote has been taken, shall have gone 
out of the possession of the House, and been communicated to 
the Senate, the motion to reconsider shall be accompanied by a 
motion to request the Senate to return the same; which last 
motion shall be acted upon immediately and without debate; 
and if determined in the negative, shall be a final disposition 
of the motion to reconsider. 

3. Upon notice being given by any member of his inten- 
tion to move a reconsideration of any vote taken, the Clerk 
shall enter the same in the journal and shall retain the bill or 
other paper with reference to which the vote was taken (except 
petitions, enacted bills, and orders of inquiry), until the time 
for reconsideration has expired; Provided, That the operation 
of this rule shall be suspended during the last week of the 
session. 

4. A motion to reconsider shall take precedence of all 
other questions, except the consideration of a conference report. 
a motion to fix the day to which the House shall adjourn, to 
adjourn, to take a recess, and shall not be withdrawn without 
consent of the House, and thereafter any member may call it 
ii]) for consideration. 



EIGHTEENTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 1.19 

Rule XIV. — Of Demand for Yeas and Nays. 

1. Any member has the right to demand the yeas and 
nays upon any question before the decision is announced by the 
chair, and upon such demand the Speaker shall direct' the Clerk 
to call the names of members in their alphabetical order; and 
before the result is declared the Clerk shall, upon demand, read 
over the names of those voting in the affirmative and of those 
voting in the negative; when the yeas and nays are called any 
member may, when his name is called, be allowed not to exceed 
two minutes in which to explain his vote; Provided, That this 
privilege shall be curtailed to a half a minute for each member 
during the last ten days of the session. After the decision has 
been announced by the chair, no member shall, under any cir- 
cumstances, be permitted to vote. And a record shall be kept 
in the journal of the names of all members who shall vote 
"aye" and of the names of all members who shall vote "no" 
on each and every roll call. 

Rule XV. — Of Disagreement between House and Senate. 

1. In case of a disagreement between the House and Sen- 
ate, the House may either recede, insist and ask a conference or 
adhere, and motions for such purposes shall take precedure in 
that order. 

Rule XVI. — Of the Call of House. 

1. Any ten members may demand a call of the House, 
and require absent members to be sent for, but a call of the 
House cannot be made after voting has commenced; and the 
call of the House being in order, the Speaker shall order that 
the doors of the House be closed, and that no member be al- 
lowed to leave the House until the call is dispensed with, and 
shall direct the Clerk to call the roll and note the absentees, 
after which the names of the absentees shall be again called, 
and those for whose absence no excuse, or an insufficient excuse, 
is made, shall be sent for, and taken in custody by the Ser- 
geant-at-Arms or his assistant, and brought before the bar of 
the House, where, unless excused by a majority of the members 
present, they shall be reprimanded by the Speaker for neglect 
of duty, and fined, respectively, at least to the extent of the 
expenses incidental to their apprehension. 

Rule XVII.— Of Committees. 

1. The following standing committees shall be appointed 
at the commencement of the session, unless otherwise ordered, 
and the first member named shall be the chairman. 

1. Agriculture and Irrigation. 

2. Appropriations and Expenditures. 

3. Banking. 



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I. I bounties and County Lines. 

5. Corporations. 

6. Criminal Jurisprudence. 

7. Constitutional Amendments. 

8. Denver City Affairs. 

9. Education. 

10. Elections and Appointments. 

11. Engrossment. 

12. Enrollment. 

13. Federal Relations. 

14. Fees and Salaries. 

ir>. Finance, Ways and Means. 

1(5. Fish and Game. 

17. House Expenses. 

18. Indian and Military Affairs. 

19. Insurance. 

20. Judiciary. 

21. Labor. 

22. Medical Affairs and Public Health. 

23. Mercantile and Manufacturing Interests. 

24. Mines and Mining. 

25. Penitentiary. 

26. Printing. 

27. Public Buildings. 

28. Public Lands. 

29. Railroads. 

30. Revision and Constitution. 

31. Roads and Bridges. 

32. Rules. 

33. State Affairs and Reapportionment. 

34. State Canals and Reservoirs. 

35. Stock. 

36. State Institutions. 

37. Temperance. 

38. Towns and Cities. 

39. Forest Reserves and Forestry. 

The following standing committees shall consist of thirteen 
members: Corporations, Railroads, Agricultural and Irriga- 
tion, Mines and Mining, State Institutions and Appropriations 
and Expenditures. 

The following of eleven members: Judiciary, Denver City 
Affairs and Criminal Jurisprudence. 

The following of five members: Rules, Engrossment and 
Enrollment. 

All other committees of nine members each. 

2. No committee shall sit during the session of the House, 
and no committee shall at any time occupy the hall of the 
House, without leave granted by the House. 

3. All committees, except the Printing Committee, shall 
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EIGHTEENTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 121 

unless otherwise ordered, and in case of an adverse report shall 
at all times state explicitly their reasons therefor; they shall 
return all petitions and other papers referred to them with the 
bill or resolution, if any, to which they relate, and the same 
shall be transmitted to the Senate, in connection with the said 
bill or resolution, or shall be filed for the use of the House. The 
Printing Committee shall report upon all matters referred to it 
within three days, unless otherwise ordered by the House. 

4. The Committee on Engrossment shall examine all bills, 
amendments and joint resolutions or other papers which are 
required to be engrossed, before they go out of the possession 
of the House, and make report when they find them correctly 
engrossed, before they are read a third time; they shall also 
compare such amendments as may be made in the Senate to 
House bills, and that are concurred in by the House, after they 
shall have been re-engrossed in the House, for the purpose of 
seeing if they are correctly engrossed; and no bill shall have 
its third reading unless it shall have been printed, nor until it 
has been engrossed, and report thereon made by the Committee 
on Engrossment that it has been correctly engrossed. 

5. The Committee on Enrollment shall examine all bills 
originating in the House and which have passed both Houses, 
see that they are correctly enrolled, signed by the Speaker of 
the House and President of the Senate, and presented to the 
Governor, and shall make report thereof to the House. 

G. The Committee on Printing shall examine and report 
upon all questions of printing referred to them; and every reso- 
lution or motion to print any petition, resolution, report, mes- 
sage or other document, shall be referred to the committee for 
report upon the actual or approximate cost thereof; all bills 
when reported from the committee of first reference shall be 
referred to this committee, and unless otherwise ordered shall 
be printed and reported back in the course of order of ref- 
erence, and when printed shall be reported upon as to the 
accuracy with which they have been printed. The committee 
shall, from time to time, report any measure that they may 
deem useful to the economical and proper conduct of the public 
printing. 

7. The Committee on Kevision and Constitution shall 
examine all bills before third reading and final passage, for 
the purpose of avoiding repetitions, unconstitutional provisions, 
securing proper title, and of insuring accuracy in the text and 
references, and consistency with the language of existing 
statutes, and as to whether any amendments adopted by the 
House, if not already printed, are of that material character 
required by the Constitution to be printed. 

8. The Committee on House Expenses shall examine and 
audit all requisitions and bills for supplies and expenditures of 
the House, or its members and committees, for stationery and 



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other purposes, and sliall certify to the correctness of the same. 
and do such requisition sliall be made, nor bill be audited or 
paid by any officer of the House, unless so certified by the 
committee. 

0. The Committees on Revision and Constitution, Engross- 
ment, Enrollment, Printing, and House Expenses, shall have 
leave to report at any time. 

10. Whenever the Engrossment, Enrollment and Printing 
Committees deem the employment of an additional clerk or 
clerks necessary, they may so report to the House, and the 
Speaker may instruct other clerks to assist such committees. 

11. It shall not be in order, at any time, nor in any manner 
other than by bill, to attempt to increase the per diem of any 
officer or employe, or to render any back pay to them. 

12. Sections 10 and 11 of this rule, shall neither be abro- 
gated, suspended or amended, except by a three-fifths vote, and 
then only upon five days' notice of a proposition to either effect 
being given. 

13. The following named committees shall have leave to 
report at any time on the matters herein stated: 

The Committee on Elections, on the right of a member to 
his seat. 

The Committee on Finance, Ways and Means, on bills pro- 
viding for the raising of revenue. 

The Committee on Appropriations and Expenditures, on 
general appropriation bills. 

The Committee on Engrossment and Enrollment, on 
engrossed and enrolled bills. 

The Committee on Printing, on printing for the use of the 
House, or for the use of the two Houses. 

The Committee on House Expenses, on matters of con- 
tingent expenses of the House. 

Rule XT III. — Of Reference. 

1. Motions to refer shall take precedence in the following 
order, viz.: 

To a standing committee of the House. 
To a special committee of the House. 
To a joint standing committee. 
To a joint special committee. 

Rule XIX.— Of Reports. 

1. Reports of committees, except such as do not propose 
final action, and reports of committees of conference, shall. 
unless otherwise ordered, be placed upon the calendar for the 
day next succeeding that on which they are presented to the 
House. 



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Rule XX.— Of Bills. 

1. Every bill shall be read by title when introduced, and 
at length on two different days, previous to its being passed. 
All substantial amendments thereto shall be printed and laid 
on the desks of members before the final vote is taken on the 
bill. The final vote shall be taken by yeas and nays, and the 
names of those voting for and against the same be entered on 
the journal. Xo bill shall be declared passed or signed by the 
Speaker, unless a majority of all the members elected to the 
House of Representatives shall be recorded as voting for the 
same. 

2. Every House bill shall, upon its first reading, and be- 
fore being printed, be referred to the appropriate standing com- 
mittee, for the single purpose of considering whether or not the 
bill shall be printed, except that the committee shall have the 
right to correct clerical errors. The committee shall, as soon 
as possible, and in the order of its reference, report each bill 
back with its recommendation. "That the bill be ordered 
printed," or that "The bill be laid on the table," and in the 
event of the latter recommendation, the committee shall give, 
explicitly, its reasons therefor. 

o. Three days after the reference of a bill, as provided for 
in the preceding section of this rule, any member may, by giv- 
ing at least one day's notice, call for the report of the committee 
required in said section, and, unless excused by the House, the 
committee shall, upon the expiration of the time of notice, make 
report. 

4. The final question upon the second reading of every 
bill or joint resolution originating in the House, shall be 
whether it shall be engrossed and read a third time; and no 
amendment shall be received at the third reading, unless by 
unanimous consent of the members present; but it shall be in 
order, before the final passage of any such bill or joint resolu- 
tion, to move its recommitment; and should such recommit- 
ment take place, and any amendment be reported by the com- 
mittee, the said bill or resolution shall be again read a second 
time and considered, and the aforesaid question again put. 

o. No amendment shall be received by the Speaker which 
destroys the general sense of the original section, clause or 
paragraph. No amendment to bills by the Senate shall be con- 
curred in by the House, except by the vote of a majority of the 
members elected thereto, taken by yeas and nays, and the names 
of those voting for and against recorded upon the journal 
thereof. 

6. A motion to strike out the enacting clause of a bill 
shall always be in order and have precedence of any other 
motion, and if carried shall be equivalent to its rejection, and 
in Committee of the Whole, opens up the question to general 
debate. A motion to strike out the enacting clause upon the 



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third reading of a bill shall be in order and must be made 
after the title of the bill has been read. The motion is debat- 
able, though no member shall speak more than once, and not 
to exceed five minutes; Provided, That during the last three 
days of the session only the mover of the motion to strike and 
the author of the bill affected may debate the motion for a 
period not to exceed three minutes each. 

7. When an amendment made in the House to a bill from 
the Senate shall be disagreed to by the Senate, and not adhered 
to by the House, the bill shall be considered as standing on 
third reading. 

8. The following shall be the course in the introduction. 
reference and passage of bills through the House: 

First — Introduction of a bill and first reading by title. 

Second — Reference of the bill by the Speaker to the proper 
committee, subject only to be changed by a decision of the 
House. 

Third— Docketing by Docket Clerk. 

Fourth — Bill to be delivered by the Docket Clerk to the 
chairman of the committee to which it was referred, taking his 
receipt therefor. 

Fifth — Consideration of the bill by the committee, which 
shall recommend either: 

(a) That it be ordered printed. 

(b) That it lie on the table. 

(c) That it be indefinitely postponed, giving the reasons of 
the committee therefor. 

Sixth — If the report to print be adopted, the bill shall go 
to the Printing Committee. 

Seventh — When printed, the Printing Committee shall re- 
port the bill as correctly printed. 

Eighth — It shall then be returned to the original commit- 
tee; it shall be carefully considered upon its merits by said 
committee, after which said committee shall report to the 
House as follows: 

(a) That it be considered in the Committee of the Whole, 
with the favorable recommendation or specified amendments. 

(b) It may be referred to the Committee of the Whole 
without recommendation. 

(c) That it be indefinitely postponed, with the reasons 
therefor. 

Ninth — Consideration in the Committee of the Whole on 
second reading of the bill, at which time the following motions 
are in order: 

(a) That the enacting clause be stricken out. 

(b) That it be recommitted to any standing committee for 
further consideration. 



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(c) That it be passed over and retain its place upon the 
calendar. 

(d) That a House or Senate bill on the calendar upon the 
same subject be substituted for the bill under consideration. 

(e) That it be amended. 

(f) That it be ordered referred to the Committee on Con- 
stitution and Revision, be engrossed, and placed upon the cal- 
endar for third reading and final passage. 

(g) That the committee rise, report progress and ask leave 
to sit again. 

(h) Any other germane motions. 

Tenth — Report of the Committee of the Whole to the 
House, by its chairman. 

Eleventh — Action by the House, either amending, adopting 
or rejecting the report of the Committee of the Whole. 

Twelfth — All substantial amendments made in the Com- 
mittee of the Whole or upon recommendation of the standing 
committee shall be printed in the House Calendar and laid 
upon the desks of the members. 

Thirteenth — Consideration by the House on the third read- 
ing and final passage of the bill, when it shall be in order: 

(a) To strike out the enacting clause; 

(b) To adopt the bill; or 

(c) To recommit the same back to the Committee of the 
Whole or to any standing committee, as the House may direct. 

Fourteenth — When any bill, resolution, report, amendment, 
order or message has been formally acted on by the House or 
the Committee of the Whole, either by being defeated or passed, 
no further action can be had thereupon that will have the effect 
of resurrecting or defeating the same; except as provided in 
Rule XIII, Section 1, and then only upon the concurrence of 
two-thirds of all the members elected to the House. It is espe- 
cially provided that Section 25 of Roberts' Rules of Order shall 
not be applicable to defeat the purpose of this rule. 

Rule XXI.— Of Conference. 

1. Every report of a committee of conference shall be 
printed, together with the bill as amended, or the amendments 
thereto, subject to the direction of the committee, before action 
shall be had on such report; Provided, That this rule shall be 
suspended during the last three days of the session. 

2. That the vote on concurring in bills amended by the 
Senate, or on adopting reports of committees of conference, shall 
not be taken until said bills and reports have been placed on 
the files of the members, and particularly referred to in their 
calendars; Provided, That this rule shall be suspended during 
the last three davs of the session. 



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Rule XXII. -Of Secret Sessions. 



1. On a motion being made and seconded to close the 
doors of the House on the discussion of any business which may, 
in the opinion of any member, require secrecy, the Speaker 
shall direct all, except the members, Clerk and Sergeant-at- 
Arms, to withdraw, and during the discussion of said motion, 
and during the secret session, the doors shall remain shut, and 
every member and officer shall keep secret all such mailers, 
proceedings and things whereof secrecy shall be enjoined by 
order of the House; and for divulging the same before the order 
of secrecy of the House be revoked, shall be subject to expulsion 
or dismissal, as the case may Be. 

Rule XXII I. —Of Committee of the Whole. 

1. Upon the adoption of a motion to go into the commit- 
tee of the whole House, the Speaker shall appoint the chairman 
thereof, who shall, for the time being, exercise all the powers 
of the Speaker necessary to the conduct of the business of the 
committee. 

2. The rules of the House shall govern, as far as prac- 
ticable, the proceedings of the committee, except that a member 
may speak more than twice on the same subject, that a call for 
the yeas and nays can not be made, nor can an appeal from the 
decision of the chair be taken. 

3. A motion that the committee rise shall always be in 
order, and shall be decided without debate. ' 

4. All bills shall be considered in committee of the whole; 
all amendments made therein shall be reported by the Chair- 
man of the House, and shall by him be moved to be inserted, 
and if adopted, shall be entered in the journal. Every bill 
shall be read at length in committee of the whole (unless the 
committee decide to recommend that the enacting clause be 
stricken out); the Chairman shall so report, and entry thereof 
shall be made in the journal, and such reading shall be con- 
sidered one of the readings required by the Constitution; but 
if any member shall request the reading of the bill at length, 
while on second reading, it shall be done. 

Rule XXIY.— Of Messages. 

1. Messages shall be sent to the Senate by the Chief 
Clerk, or Assistant Clerk, the Clerk having previously endorsed 
the final determination of the House thereon. 

2. Messages from the Governor or the Senate may be re- 
ceived at any time, except while the House is dividing, or while 
the journal is being read, or while a question of order or a 
motion to adjourn is pending, but no such message shall be 
reported to the House, without unanimous consent, until the 
regular order is reached. 



EIGHTEENTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 1-7 

Rule XXV.— Of Resolutions. 

1. Every order, resolution and vote to which the concur- 
rence of both Houses may be necessary and require the ap- 
proval of the Governor, are denominated Concurrent Orders and 
Resolutions, and shall be subject to the same rules and limita- 
tions, and shall take the same course as prescribed in case 
of bills. 

2. All resolutions pertaining to the joint business of both 
Houses or the manner of its transaction shall be deemed joint 
resolutions, and shall be laid over one day, if objection be made; 
if no objection be made, may be considered immediately upon 
presentation. 

Rule XXVI. — Of the Previous Question. 

1. When there shall be a motion for the previous question, 
which being ordered by a majority of members present, if a 
quorum, shall have the effect to cut off all debate and bring 
the House to a direct vote upon the immediate question or ques- 
tions on which it has been asked or ordered. The previous ques- 
tion may be asked and ordered upon a single motion, a series 
of motions allowable under the rules, or an amendment or 
amendments, or may be made to embrace all authorized mo- 
tions and amendments, and a motion to lay upon the table 
shall be in order on the second or third reading of the bill. 

2. A call of the House shall not be in order after the 
previous question is ordered, unless it shall appear upon the 
actual count by the Speaker that a quorum is not present. 

3. All incidental questions of order arising after a motion 
is made for the previous question, and pending such motion, shall 
be decided, whether on appeal or otherwise, without debate. 

Rule XXVII. — Of Admission to the Floor. 

1. No person, not a member or an officer of the House, 
other than the Judges of the Supreme and District Courts, the 
Governor, and elective State officers, with their chief deputies, 
the heads of State Institutions, members of the Congressional 
Delegation, members of the Senate, duly accredited reporters of 
the State Press, who are in attendance to report proceedings, ex- 
members of the General Assembly, and such other persons as 
may be invited by the Speaker or who shall hold cards of admis- 
sion signed by a member, and counter-signed by the Speaker, 
shall be allowed to the floor of the House; and at no time, whether 
the House be in session or in recess, or after adjournment, or 
during the committee of the whole, shall the doorkeepers or any 
other officer of the House, permit any person other than those 
above specified, to enter upon the floor of the House, or any of 
the lobbies connected therewith, and in no event shall any per- 



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son not a member or an employe, be permitted to enter the bill 
room, or obtain any printed bill therefrom, except on the pro 

dud ion of a written request signed by a member of the House. 

2. At no time, whether the House be in session or not. shall 
any employe of the House, or any person whomsoever, oilier than 
the Speaker or a member, be permitted to occupy the chair, or 
to use the desk of the Speaker, or that of any member. 

3. The Sergeant-at-Arms, and the employes under his direc 
tion, will be held to a strict enforcement of this rule. 

Rule XXVIII.— Of the Galleries. 

1. All seats in the north gallery west of the center aisle 
shall be reserved for the use of relatives and. guests of members, 
and all seats east of the center aisle in the north gallery shall 
be reserved for ladies and their escorts. The remaining galleries 
shall be for the use of the general public. 

Rule XXIX. — Parliamentary Authority. 

1. Roberts' Rules of Order shall govern the House in alt 
cases in which it is not inconsistent with these rules and the joint 
rules of the Senate and House of Representatives . 

Rale XXX. — Of Abrogation,, Suspension or Amendment of the 

Rules. 

1. No rule shall be suspended unless upon a two-thirds vote, 
nor abrogated or amended, unless one day's notice be given, ex- 
cept as otherwise provided in these rules, and upon a two-thirds 
vote of the members-elect. 

Rule XXXI. — Lobbyists. 

1. No lobbyist shall be permitted to enter the chamber of 
the House, or any cloak room connected therewith, either while 
the House is in session, or in recess, or before convening, or after 
adjournment, or during the Committee of the Whole, except as 
provided for above. 

2. Any lobbyist desiring to appear before any committee 
of the House, shall apply to the Sergeant-at-Arms and signify 
his intention of registering as a lobbyist, whereupon the Sergeant- 
at-Arms shall conduct said person to the desk of the Chief Clerk 
of the House, where said person shall register in a book kept for 
that purpose, stating therein his name, address, and the bill or 
bills upon which he desires to be heard. The Chief Clerk shall 
thereupon issue a card to said person which will permit said 
person to appear before the committee or committees to which 
said bill or bills have been referred ; Provided, however, that at 
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EIGHTEENTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 129 

thereof, or a majority of the committee, may permit any inter- 
ested person to address the committee by furnishing the chair- 
man of the committee with his name, address, together with the 
subject matter upon which he desires to be heard, and thereupon 
the chairman of the committee shall furnish the name, address 
and subject matter to the Chief Clerk of the House who shall 
enter it in the above described book, and shall issue a card to 
such person, if so desired. 

3. A lobbyist is hereby denned to be any person who de- 
sires to influence, in any manner, the vote of any member of the 
House, or the action of any of its committees, upon any bill, 
measure, or resolution pending before the same. 



130 HOUSE RULES 



Rules for Government of Employes 
of the House. 



Chief Clerk?8 Department. 

The department of Chief Clerk of the House includes The 
Assistant Clerk, Reading Clerk, Engrossing and Enrolling Clerks, 
and all other clerks and assistants required to conduct the clerical 
work of the House. 



DUTIES. 

Chief Clerk. 

He has the care and custody of all papers, reports, bills and 
records, and arranges in its proper order, from day to day. after 
its inception, all the business of the House. He must, in order 
to have proper knowledge of the affairs of his department, appor- 
tion, systematize and personally supervise the labors of all his 
subordinates. The duties of his subordinates are properly his 
duties, as all are performed under his direction, and he is re- 
sponsible for any deficiencies. He shall promptly, on the same 
day such orders are made, deliver to all committees, bills or 
other matters that are referred. He shall keep the pay accounts 
of all the Representatives and employes of the House, and issue 
his vouchers, signed by the Speaker, attested by himself. He 
shall keep a journal of each day's proceedings, and deliver the 
messages of the House of Representatives to the Senate, and sign 
all orders and directions of the House. He shall permit no rec- 
ords, bills, papers or reports to be taken out of his custody be- 
longing to the House, otherwise than in the regular course of 
business, and shall report any missing papers to the attention 
of the Speaker, as well as derelictions of duty upon the part of 
his subordinates. He shall keep a record of all the officers and 
employes of the House, keep their pay accounts, and make all 
vouchers of same ready for the signature of the Speaker. He 
shall be responsible for the safe keeping of all bills and other 
documents in possession of the House, and is required, at the 
close of the session, to deposit all papers in his possession as 
Chief Clerk, properly classified and labeled, with the Secretarv 
of State. 

The Chief Clerk shall also cause the journal of the House 
to be printed after each day's session and disposed of in the fol- 



EIGHTEENTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 131 

lowing manner: One copy shall be placed on the desk of each 
Representative, and at least four extra copies shall be furnished 
to the Chief Clerk of the House before the opening of the next 
day's session. Before proceeding with any other business the 
journal shall be read, corrected and approved ; after it has been 
approved, the Speaker of the House shall sign six copies as cor- ' 
rected and approved, and the Chief Clerk shall attest the same 
and immediately deposit one signed copy in the office of the Gov- 
ernor for safe keeping, and file two signed copies in the office of 
the Secretary of State, one signed copy in the office of the At- 
torney General, and the others shall be kept by the Chief Clerk 
for the use of the House. On the last day of the session, immedi- 
ately preceding the hour fixed for final adjournment, the jour- 
nal of the day shall be read, corrected and approved, and it shall 
be the duty of the Speaker and the Chief Clerk, within two days 
thereafter, to compare, correct and sign the printed copies of the 
journal for the last day and to deliver the same to the Governor, 
Secretary of State and the Attorney General. 

The Chief Clerk shall prepare a time book, wherein he shall 
enter the names of all the employes of the House, and all em- 
ployes of the House are required to report to said Chief Clerk 
before each session of the House, and shall not be excused from 
duty at any time or for any length of time, except upon report 
of said Chief Clerk and by consent of the members of the House. 

Any employe of the House who is absent, without being ex- 
cused by the House, shall not be entitled to pay for such time 
absent, and the Chief Clerk shall compute any such employe's 
time accordingly. 

The Assistant Clerk. 

His special duty shall be to keep a correct journal of each 
day's proceedings, under the supervision of the Chief Clerk, and 
shall perform such other services as may be required of him by 
the Chief Clerk, and in the absence of the Chief Clerk shall per- 
form his duties generally. 

The Docket Clerk. 

It shall be his duty to keep the registry of all bills, resolu- 
tions, memorials, etc., and make the proper endorsement on same 
of all actions taken and proceedings had with regard to such pa- 
pers, and when not otherwise occupied to help the Assistant 
Clerk in the performance of his duties. 

The Reading Clerk. 

It is his duty to read the journal, bills, reports of commit- 
tees, papers, etc., that may be handed to him by the Chief Clerk ; 
to act as clerk of the Committee of the Whole, and perform such 
other duties, when not engaged, as may be required of him by 
the Chief Clerk. 



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The Engrossing Clerk. 

It shall be his special duty to engross all bills ordered to a 
third reading, which the rules require to be engrossed, properly 
placing all amendments adopted prior to the order for their en- 
grossment. He shall engross all bills in the order that they are 
given him, and return the same to the chairman of the committee 
in like order; shall keep a record of all extra clerks engaged, and 
the time employed, and report the same to the Chief Clerk. By 
the direction of the Chief Clerk, he shall copy such other docu- 
ments, journals, reports or papers as may be required for the 
use of the House. 

The Enrolling Clerk. 
It is his special duty to make clear, legible copies of all bills 
which have been concurred in by both branches of the General 
Assembly, without erasures or interlineations. He shall report 
to the Chief Clerk all persons engaged, and the time employed, 
and shall perform such other clerical duty as may be required. 

General Regulations. 

Each employe, when not occupied in the performance of his 
own special duties, is to render such assistance to the Chief Clerk 
and his assistants as may be in his power, or as the pressure of 
duties in a particular department may render necessary. The 
employes are expected to notify the Chief Clerk of any interfer- 
ence by others with their duties, and of all improper approaches 
or requests made to them by any person. They are not to ex- 
hibit to any person any bill or other documents in their posses- 
sion without leave of the Chief Clerk. Perfect courtesy must at 
all times be maintained towards Representatives, associate em- 
ployes, and all who have business to transact with the General 
Assembly. 

Sergeant-at- Arms' Department 

Consists of the Sergeant-at-Arms, Assistant Sergeants-at-Arms, 
Doorkeepers, Custodian of Blanks and Supplies, Messengers, 
Matron of the Women's Gallery, Janitors, Watchmen and Pages, 
and such other officers as may be required for the policing, pro- 
tection and execution of the orders of the House. 

Sergeant-at-Arm s. 

This officer is the executive officer of the House of Representa- 
tives, and to his charge is committed all police regulations. He 
shall see to the furnishing, warming, ventilating and lighting 
of the House and auxiliary rooms, serve the subpoenas and war- 
rants of the House, announce messages from the Governor or 
Senate, receive from the Secretary of State necessary stationery, 
documents, etc., for the use of the House, and distribute the same 



EIGHTEENTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 133 

to the Representatives and officers entitled thereto. He shall 
report all derelictions of duty on the part of his subordinates to 
the Speaker of the House. He is to organize his department with 
such system that each of his subordinates shall know his precise 
duties, and he is to see that each performs his duty -promptly, 
thoroughly and courteously. He is required to keep the cham- 
ber open from 8 o'clock a. m. to 10 o'clock p. m. There shall 
be on duty in his department at all times, a Sergeant-at-Arms, 
Doorkeeper, Janitor and two Pages. He shall see that all printed 
matter received from the Public Printer is delivered to the Cus- 
todian of Bills and Supplies, and shall preserve order in the 
House and galleries. 

The Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms 

Shall aid and assist his principal generally in the discharge of 
his duties, and take his place when he is absent. 

The Messengers 

Shall deliver such messages as may be required of them by the 
Speaker and Chief Clerk, attend to the receipt and distribution 
of the mails in such a manner as the Sergeant-at-Arms may di- 
rect, and perform such other duties as may be required of them. 

The Doorkeepers. 

The Doorkeepers shall attend to the principal door, open 
and close it for the entry and exit of all persons entitled to seats 
inside of the bar of the House; shall relieve the Watchman from 
his duties at 7 o'clock a. m. ; maintain order in the lobby; and 
see that visitors are seated, and that the regulations of the House 
in their department are strictly enforced. 

The Janitors. 

The Janitors shall attend to the cleaning of the rooms of 
the House at such hours as may be fixed by the Sergeant-at-Arms ; 
see that the lighting and heating apparatus is in order; attend 
to the cloak rooms, and generally do all things required of them 
by the Sergeant-at-Arms. They shall leave no rubbish in or about 
the room that may cause destruction by fire, and shall have the 
House in order at 8 o'clock every morning. 

The Custodian of Blanks and Supplies. 

It shall be his duty to receive all blanks, and documents 
printed for the use of the House, and arrange them in a conveni- 
ent manner or form for distribution by direction of the Sergeant- 
at-Arms and Chief Clerk. He shall allow no person not con- 
nected with the House to remove any blanks, bills or documents 
from his custody, and must be in attendance during all the ses- 
sions of the House. 



134 HOUSE RULES 



The Watch,,, an. 



The Watchman shall report for duty to the Bergeant-at- 
Arms at 9 p. m. each night, and shall be placed in charge of the 
hall of t ho House of Representatives, and all auxiliary rooms, 
until 7 a. m. Tie shall see that all doors are fastened; that all 
lights are extinguished, not required by officers of the House, and 
that no person is admitted to the hall or rooms unless upon the 
order of the chief officer of the House; shall see that no papers, 
books or documents are removed except by known Representa- 
tives or officers; shall report all violations of the rules to the 
Sergeant-at-Arms. 

The Duties of Pages. 

To be in attendance from S o'clock a. m. to o'clock p. m. 
every day. whether the House is in session or not; to receive 
from the Bill Clerk the printed bills, and arrange them on file 
of each Representative; distribute such documents, papers and 
mail matter as may come to the House, under the direction of 
the Sergeant-at-Arms ; not to leave the House during the session, 
or absent themselves except upon duty or leave of the Sergeant- 
at-Arms; to take the positions assigned to them by the Chief 
Clerk, and. standing up so as to see and be seen, hold themselves 
in readiness to bring all bills, resolutions, etc.. from the several 
Representatives to the Chief Clerk, when presented: to answer 
promptly any call, and render assistance to any Representative 
requiring it. 



EIGHTEENTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 135 



Joint Rules of the Senate and House 
of Representatives. 



Rule 1 — Each House shall transmit to the other all pa- 
pers on which any bill or resolution shall be founded. 

Rule 2 — When a bill or resolution which shall have passed 
in one House shall be rejected in the other, notice thereof shall 
be given to the House in which the same may have passed. 

Rule 3 — Messages from one House to the other shall be com- 
municated by the Secretary of the Senate and the Clerk of the 
House, unless the House transmitting the message shall specially 
direct otherwise. 

Rule 4— It shall be in the power of either House to amend 
any amendment made by the other to any bill or resolution. 

Rule 5 — In any case of difference between the two Houses 
upon any subject of legislation, either House may request a con- 
ference and appoint a committee for that purpose, and the other 
House shall also appoint a committee to confer. The committee 
shall meet at such House and place as shall be appointed by the 
chairman of the committee on the part of the House requesting 
such conference. The conferees shall state to each other verbally, 
or in writing, as either shall choose, the reasons of their respec- 
tive Houses, and confer fully thereon. The committee shall re- 
port in writing, and shall be authorized to report such modifica- 
tions or amendments as they think advisable. But no commit- 
tee on conference shall consider or report on any matters except 
those directly at issue between the two Houses. The papers shall 
be left with the conferees of the House assenting to such con- 
ference, and they present the report of the committee to their 
House. When such House shall have acted thereon, they shall 
transmit the same, and the papers relating thereto, to the other, 
with a message certifying its action thereon. Every report of a 
committee of conference shall he read through in each House be- 
fore a vote is taken on the same. 

Rule 6 — It shall be in order for either House to recede from 
any subject matter of difference existing between the two Houses, 
at any time previous to conference, whether the papers on which 
such difference arose are before the House receding, formally or 
informally ; and on such vote to recede, the same number shall 
be required to constitute a quorum to act thereon, and to assent 
to such a receding, as was required on the original question out 
of which the difference arose. 



L36 JOINT RULES. 

Rule 7 — After each House shall have adhered to their dis- 
agreement, the bill which is the subjeel of difference shall be 
deemed lost, and shall not again bo reviewed during the same 

session in either House. 

Rule 8 — All joint committees of the two Houses, and all com- 
mittees of conference, shall consist of two Senators, and three 
members of Assembly, unless otherwise specially ordered by con- 
current resolution. 

Rule 9 — There shall be printed, of course, and without order, 
two hundred and forty copies of all original bills reported by com- 
mittees of either House. 

Rule 10 — When the same document shall by separate orders, 
be directed to be printed by both Houses, it shall be regarded as 
but one order, unless otherwise expressly directed by either 
House. 

Rule 11 — Bills shall be printed and distributed as follows : 

To the Senate, eighty copies. 

To the Assembly, one hundred and forty copies. 

To the State Officers, fifteen copies.- 

To the State Library, one copy. 

Retained to bind, four copies. 



EIGHTEENTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 137 



Joint Convention Rules. 



Rule 1 — Joint conventions shall be held in the hall of the 
House of Representatives, and the President of the Senate shall 
preside. 

Rule 2 — The Secretary of the Senate and Clerk of the House 
of Representatives shall be Secretaries of the joint convention, 
and the proceedings of the convention shall be published with 
the journals of the House, and the final result, as announced 
by the President on return of the Senate to their chamber, 
shall be entered on the journals of the Senate. 

Rule 3 — The rules of the House of Representatives, so far 
as the same may be applicable, shall govern the proceedings 
in joint convention. 

Rule 4 — Whenever a President pro tempore presides, lie 
shall be entitled to vote upon all occasions, and in case of a tie 
the question shall be declared lost. 

Rule 5 — Joint conventions shall have the power to compel 
the attendance of absent members in the mode and under the 
penalties prescribed by the rules of the House to which such 
members respectively belong, and for that purpose the Sec 
geant-at-Arms of each House shall attend. 

Rule 6 — Joint conventions may adjourn from time to time, 
as may be found necessary; and it shall be the duty of the 
House of Representatives to prepare to receive the Senate, and 
the Senate to proceed to the hall of the House of Representa- 
tives at the time fixed by law or resolution, or to which the 
joint convention may have adjourned. 



L38 HOUSE STANDING COMMITTEES 



House Committees, 



Agriculture uu<i Irrigation. 
13 Members. 
Messrs. Skinner, Chairman; Baxter, Cawlfield, Cantu, Hol- 
lenbeck (Chaffee), MacKenzie, Porteous, Durfee, Hasty, Haw- 
kins, Madden, Parker. Cunningham. 

Appropriations and Expenditures. 
13 Members. 
Messrs. Slattery. Chairman; Bacon, Garrett, Lafferty, 
Proske, VanVechten, Walbridge, Weaver. Tovey, Parker, Arps, 
Anderson, Teller. 

Banking. 

9 Members. 
Messrs. VanYeckten, Chairman ; Baxter. McCarty, Weaver, 
Walbridge, Melntyre, Parker, Cunningham, Dulin. 

Counties and County Lines. 
9 Members. 
Messrs. Homer. Chairman; Baxter, Allen, Jones. Cantu, Mc- 
Polin, Amador, Valdez. Williams. 

Corporations. 
13 Member*. 
Messrs. Proske, Chairman : Asliton, Homer, Lindquist Me- 
Polin, Old. McCarty, Slatterv. Bott. Campbell, Boyle. Ellison, 
Williams. 

Criminal Jurisprudence. 
11 Members. 
Messrs. Bacon. Chairman; Hollenbeck (Chaffee), Allen, 
Proske, Skinner. Old. Ardonrel, Ellison, Ginger, Williams. Val- 
dez. 

Constitutional Amendments. 
9 Members. 
Messrs. Jones. Chairman; Gridenbnrg, Ebbert, Ardonrel, 
Roberts, Weaver, Ellison. Torbit, Williams. 



EIGHTEENTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 139 

Denver City Affairs. 
11 Members. 
Messrs. Kerwin, Chairman; Proske, Allen, Garrett, Griden- 
burg, Homer, Jones, Lafferty, Lindquist, McCarty. McLachlan. 

Education. 
9 Members. 
Mrs. Lafferty, Chairman ; Baxter, Durfee, Judkins, Skinner, 
Kerwin, Teller, Gardner, Parker. 

Elections and Appointments. 
9 Members. 
Messrs. McCarty, Chairman; Melntyre, Lindquist, Hollen- 
beck (Teller), Lafferty, Kerwin, Vogel, Anderson, Amador. 

Engrossment. 
5 Members. 
Messrs. Walbridge, Chairman; Pearson, Cawlfield, Ellison. 
Mann. 

Enrollment. 
5 Members. 
Messrs. Ashton, Chairman; Goodfriend, Gridenburg, Valdez, 
Walker. 

Federal Relations. 
9 Members. 
Messrs. Ebbert, Chairman; Cantu, Homer, Leftwich, Griden- 
burg, Roberts, Riddle, Smith, Mann. 

Fees and Salaries. 
9 Members. 
Messrs. Cawlfield, Chairman; Porteous, Jones, McPolin, Old, 
Durfee, Hawkins, Yaldez, Ginger. 

Finance, Ways and Means. 
9 Members. 
Messrs. Cantu, Chairman; Allen, Cawlfield, MacKenzie, 
Proske, VanVechten, Hawkins, Ginger, Yogel. 

Fish and Game. 
9 Members. 
Messrs. Bott, Chairman; Durfee, McPolin, Tovey, VanVech- 
ten, Walbridge, Ginger, Mann, Campbell. 



140 HOUSE STANDING COMMITTEES 

EOMSi K.i />< usCS. 

9 Members. 
Messrs. Tovey, Chairman; Ashton, Garrett, Kerwin, Bott, 
Hollenbe< k (Teller), Gardner, Madden. Hasty. 

Indian and Military Affairs. 
9 Members. 
Messrs. Roberts, Chairman; Goodfriend, Jndkins, Cawlfield, 
Weaver, Ebbert, Ginger, Anderson, Newton. 

Inpurana . 

9 Members. 
Messrs. Gridenbnrg, Chairman; Jones. McCarty, Baxter, 
Hard, Ashton, Ellison, Riddle, Cunningham. 

Judiciary. 

11 Members. 
Messrs. Hollenbeck (Chaffee), Chairman; Allen. MacKenzie, 
Skinner. Lafferty, Bott. Leftwich, Ellison, Williams. Walker, 
Mann. 

Labor. 
9 Members. 
Messrs. Htird. Chairman ; Garrett. Leftwich. Roberts. Bacon, 
Weaver, Goodfriend. Mclntyre, Boyle. 

Medical Affairs and Public Health. 
9 Members. 
Messrs. Jndkins. Chairman : Kerwin. Jones. Porteous. Ar- 
dourel,. Skinner. Dulin. Vogel, Walker. 

Mercantile and Manufacturing Interests. 
9 Members. 
Messrs. Lindquist. Chairman: Proske, Hollenbeck (Teller). 
Ardourel. Ebbert, Cawlfield. Arps. Boyle. Hawkins. 

Mines and Mining. 

13 Members. 
Messrs. Pearson. Chairman: Ardourel. Ashton, Bott. Hurd. 
MaeKenzie, Old. Roberts, Arps, Boyle. Valdez. Walker. Slater. 

Penitentiary. 
!» Members. 
Messrs. Ardourel. Chairman; Hollenbeck (Chaffee), Durfee, 
Dowd, Weaver, Baxter, Walker, Riddle, Cunningham. 



EIGHTEENTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 141 

Printing, 
9 Members. 
Messrs. Mclntyre, Chairman; Gridenburg, Kerwin, Garrett, 
Dowd, Pearson, Newton, Madden, Smith. 

Public Buildings. 
9 Members. 
Messrs. Leftwich, Chairman; Baxter, Homer. Slattery, Mac- 
Kenzie, Tovey, Cunningham, Parker, Newton. 

Public Lands. 
9 Members. 
Messrs. Old, Chairman; Hurd. Mclntyre, Cantu, Ebbert, Gri- 
denburg, Gardner, Vogel, Newton. 

Railroads. 
13 Members. 
Messrs. McPolin, Chairman; Allen, Garrett, Hurd, Skinner. 
VanVechten, Slattery, Pearson, Dowd, Gardner, Campbell, Tel- 
ler, Ginger. 

Revision and Constitution. 
9 Members. 
Messrs. Goodfriend, Chairman ; Cantu, Walbridge, Bacon, 
Leftwich, Judkins, Walker, Madden, Torbit. 

Roads and Bridges. 
9 Members. 
Messrs. Dowd, Chairman; Durfee, MacKenzie, Hollenbeck 
(Teller), Tovey, Walbridge, Campbell, Dulin, Boyle. 

Rules. 
5 Members. 
Messrs. Allen, Chairman; Garrett, VanVechten, Slattery, 
Teller. 

State Affairs and Reapportionment. 
9 Members. 
Messrs. MacKenzie, Chairman; Gridenburg, Lindquist, Ash- 
ton. Kerwin, Judkins, Hasty, Gardner, Madden. 

State Canals and Reservoirs. 
9 Members. 
Messrs. Weaver, Chairman; Hollenbeck, MacKenzie, Old. Mc- 
Carty, Bacon, Amador, Smith. Torbit. 



142 lluisi; STANDING COMMITTEES 

Stock. 
9 Members. 
.Messrs. Porteous, Chairman; Cantu, Tovey, Walbridge, Eb- 
bert, Dowd, Anderson, Slater, Mann. 

State Institutions. 
i:> Members. 
Messrs. Durfee, Chairman; Ashton, Hollenbeck (Chaffee), 
Burd, Lafferty, Proske, Pearson, Weaver, Torbit, Smith, Riddle, 
Campbell, Madden. 

Temperance. 
i) Members. 
Messrs. Garrett, Chairman; Ashton, Goodfriend, Lindqnist, 
Tovey, Homer, Amador, Valdez, I last v. 

Towns <nid Cities 
9 Members. 
Messrs, Baxter, Chairman; Porteous, Ebbert, Leftwich, 
Goodfriend, Gridenbnrg, Slater, Torbit, Arps. 

Forest Reserves and Forestry. 
Members. 
Messrs. Hollenbeck (Teller), Chairman; Hollenbeck (Chaf- 
fee), Dowd, Weaver. Tovey, Pearson, Gardner, Slater. Smith. 



Date Due 



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