Journal of Proceedings of the Right Worthy Grand Lodge of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows of the United States of America, and Jurisdiction Thereunto Belonging ; from Its Formation, February, 1821, to the Close of the Annual Session, 1843: Together with Statistical Tables Showing the Progress of the Order, and Notes Explanatory of Subjects Not Fully Expressed in the Text, Volume 1

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Page 565 - Report that they have had the subject under consideration, and are of the opinion that...
Page xxxii - When the reading of a paper is called for, and the same is objected to by any member, it shall be determined by a vote of the House.
Page 496 - It was decided in the negative. The question recurring on the adoption of the original order, On motion of Mr.
Page 140 - Pennsylvania, offered the following, which was adopted : — Resolved, That a committee be appointed to report next year on the feasibility of establishing institutions for the cure of persons addicted to the use of intoxicants, and on the most approved methods of conducting such
Page 128 - They therefore submit for the consideration of the house, the following resolution : ' Resolved, That the prayer of the petitioners ought not to be granted.
Page 86 - ... the Constitution of the Grand Lodge of the United States, of the Independent Order of Odd-Fellows.
Page xxxii - The previous question shall be put in this form : "Shall the main question be now put?
Page 242 - Cutter moved that the resolution be referred to a special committee of five, to be appointed by the Chair.
Page xxxi - Committee of three members, whose duty it shall be to audit and control the contingent expenses of the Senate. And a Committee, consisting of three members, whose duty it shall be to examine all bills, amendments, resolutions, or motions, before they go out of...
Page 578 - Hopkins, for the impartiality, courtesy and ability with which he has presided over the deliberations of this body during the present session.

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