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Nottingham, Owen, Ozlin, Patterson, Pitts, Pratt, Price, Ramey, Ramsey, Rew, Richards, Rodgers, Shepherd, Smith, Alfred C., Smith, Charles F., Smith, Charles Henry, Smith, E. Huglı, Smithey, Snell, Stinson, Story, Stuart, Taylor, Trolinger, Tyler, Warren, B. S., Warren, C. R., Wilkins, Willis, Woodville, Wright, Young, Mr. Speaker—85.

For civil justice of the city of Richmond :

W. Crump Tucker

85

The vote was recorded as follows:

Messrs. Adams, Anderson, Bagby, Beatie, Boatwright, Bolton, Bondurant, Bowles, Bright, Brown, Israel, Brown, J. Sinclair, Brown, Mayo C., Campbell, Carter, Commins, Craft, DeFriece, Diggs, Dotson, Eller, Ewell, Farrier, Ford, Fuller, Gibson, Gordon, Graham, Gray, J. Walter, Gray, Z. T., Groome, Haddon, Henderson, Hicks, E. A., Hicks, W. F., Hoover, C. N., Hoover, W. C., Horner, Horsley, Hurt, Hylton, Jeffreys, Jones, Edwin B., Jones, James P., Keen, Keezell, Koger, Long, Massey, McCaleb, McLean, McNutt, Moffett, Nottingham, Owen, Ozlin, Patterson, Pitts, Pratt, Price, Ramey, Ramsey, Rew, Richards, Rodgers, Shepherd, Smith, Alfred C., Smith, Charles F., Smith, Charles Henry, Smith, E. Hugh, Smithey, Snell, Stinson, Story, Stuart, Taylor, Trolinger, Tyler, Warren, B, S., Warren, C. R., Wilkins, Willis, Woodville, Wright, Young, Mr. Speaker-85.

THE SPEAKER appointed MESSRS. Wright and FLETCHER the committee on the part of the House to count and report the joint vote in each case.

The committee subsequently reported as follows:

For Commissioner of Insurance:

Whole number of votes cast
Necessary to a choice
Joseph Button received

121

61 121

For judge of the Supreme Court of Appeals, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Judge Edward W. Saunders: Whole number of votes cast

125 Necessary to a choice

63 Jesse F. West received

125

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For judge of the fifth judicial circuit:

Whole number of votes cast
Necessary to a choice
George J. Hundley received

124

63 124

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For judge of the twenty-first judicial circuit:

Whole number of votes cast
Necessary to a choice
A. A. Campbell received

124

63
124

For judge of the seventh judicial circuit, to fill the vacancy oc-
casioned by the death of Judge Hughes Dillard:

Whole number of votes cast
Necessary to a choice
J. Turner Clement received

124

63
124

For judge of the corporation court of the city of Danville, to
fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Judge Edward
Walton Brown:

Whole number of votes cast
Necessary to a choice
Daniel Price Withers received

124

63
124

For judge of the corporation court of the city of Alexandria,
to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Judge Lewis
C. Barley:

Whole number of votes cast
Necessary to a choice
Robinson Moncure received

124

63
124

For judge of the court of law and chancery of the city of Roa-
noke, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of Judge Edward
W. Robertson:
Whole number of votes cast

124
Necessary to a choice

63
Roy B. Smith received

124
For judge of the law and chancery court of the city of Norfolk,
to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of Judge William B.
Martin:
Whole number of votes cast

124
Necessary to a choice

63
Richard McIlwaine received

124

For civil justice of the city of Norfolk:

Whole number of votes cast
Necessary to a choice
James U. Goode received

124

63
124

For civil justice of the city of Richmond:
Whole number of votes cast

124
Necessary to a choice

63
W. Crump Tucker received

124
Joseph Button, having received all of the votes cast, was de-
clared by THE SPEAKER duly elected Commissioner of Insurance for
the term of four years, beginning February 1, 1922.

Jesse F. West, Charles W. Coleman, George J. Hundley, Alex-
ander T. Browning, Clagget B. Jones, F. B. Whiting, A. A. Camp-
bell, J. Turner Clement, Daniel Price Withers, Robinson Moncure,
Roy B. Smith, Richard McIlwaine, James U. Goode and W. Crump
Tucker, having received all the votes cast, were declared by The
SPEAKER duly elected judge of the courts for the terms for which
they were respectively nominated and elected.

A message was received from the Governor, transmitting a com-
munication on the subject of pilotage, which is printed as House
Document No. 7.

The following communications were received from the Governor:

COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA,

GOVERNOR'S OFFICE.

RICHMOND, January 17, 1922.
Gentlemen of the General Assembly:

I transmit herewith the report of the director of the extension division
concerning the Co-Operative Extension Work in Agriculture and Home
Economics in Virginia for the year ending June 30, 1921, which has been
Trade in accordance with the Federal Smith-Lever act.

WESTMORELAND DAVIS,

Governor.
Printed as House Document No. 8.

COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA,

GOVERNOR'S OFFICE,

RICHMOND, January 17, 1922. Gentlemen of the General Assembly:

I transmit herewith the report of the Board of Commissioners for the Promotion of Uniformity of Legislation in the United States for 1921.

WESTMORELAND DAVIS,

Governor. Printed as Senate Document No. 4.

COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA,

GOVERNOR'S OFFICE,

RICHMOND, January 17, 1922. Gentlemen of the General Assembly:

I transmit herewith the report of the Miller Fund from the Second Auditor of Virginia for 1921.

WESTMORELAND DAVIS,

Governor. Printed as Senate Document No, 5.

COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA,

GOVERNOR'S OFFICE,

RICHMOND, January 17, 1922. Gentlemen of the General Assembly:

I take pleasure in transmitting herewith the report of the Children's Code Commission, which was appointed by me on April 1, 1921, to suggest revision of State laws relating to child welfare. This commission, serving without compensation, has performed a most valuable service to the Commonwealth, and bespeak for its report the most careful consideration of your honorable body.

WESTMORELAND DAVIS,

Governor. Printed as Senate Document No. 6.

COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA,

GOVERNOR'S OFFICE,

RICHMOND, January 17, 1922. Gentlemen of the General Assembly:

In accordance with the provisions of the act approved September 5, 1919 (Acts of Assembly, 1919, extra session, chap. 31, sec. 11, pp. 58-59), I herewith submit to your honorable body the second report, with recommendations, of the State Highway Commission for such action as may be had.

WESTMORELAND DAVIS,

Governor. Printed as Senate Document No. 7.

COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA,

GOVERNOR'S OFFICE,

RICHMOND, January 17, 1922. Gentlemen of the General Assembly:

In accordance with the provisions of section J of the act approved March 19, 1920 (Acts of Assembly, 1920, chap. 267, p. 359), I herewith transmit to pour honorable body the report of the Commission on Medical Education in Virginia for such action as may be had.

WESTMORELAND DAVIS,

Governor. Printed as Senate Document No. 8.

COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA,

GOVERNOR'S OFFICE,

RICHMOND, January 17, 1922. Gentlemen of the General Assembly:

In accordance with the provisions of section 5 of the act approved March 19, 1920 (Acts of Assembly, 1920, chap. 267, p. 389), I herewith transmit to Four honorable body the minority report of the Commission on Medical Education in Virginia for such action as may be had.

WESTMORELAND DAVIS,

Governor. Printed as Senate Document No. 9.

The following were presented and referred under Rule 37:

To the Committee on Appropriations:

By MESSRS. GORDON, BAGBY, BOLTox, SMITHEY, MOFFETT, KEEZELL and BONDURANT: A bill to repeal an act entitled an act to erect a library building and auditorium as a memorial to the soldiers, sailors, marines, and women who served in the World War, and to appropriate money therefor; to dedicate as and for public streets and highways upon certain conditions a strip of land fifteen feet in width lying on the southern side of the Capitol square in the city of Richmond, needed by the city of Richmond for widening of Bank street; to allow the library board to borrow money, issue bonds therefor and secure the same; and to allow the State Board of Education from time to time to invest the cash in hand of the literary fund in said bonds, approved March 25, 1920; to reinvest in the city of Richmond the title to the square or parcel of land described in section 1 of said act; to abolish the memorial library fund provided for in said act, and directing any balance to the credit of said. fund to be converted into the general fund of the treasury of the State.

By Mr. Brown of Roanoke : A bill to amend and re-enact section 11 of an act entitled an act to provide for the preparation and review of estimates for expenditures and revenue, and to establish a budget system for all State departments, bureaus, divisions, officers, boards, commissions, institutions, and other agencies and undertakings receiving or asking financial aid from the State of Virginia, approved February 19, 1918.

To the Committee on Privileges and Elections:

By Mr. C. R. WARREN: A joint resolution proposing amendment to section 22 of the Constitution of Virginia.

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