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STATE OF NEW YORK
May 8, 1894, to September 29, 1894
Hon. WILLIAM H. STEELE,
VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION OF 1894,
Pursuant to Chap. 21, Laws of 1898.
PUBLISHED UNDER DIRECTION OF
HON. CHARLES E. FITCH, L. H. D.,
Pursuant to Chap. 419, Laws of 1900.
STATE OF NEW YORK.
MAY 8, 1894, TO SEPTEMBER 29, 1894.
Friday Morning, September 7, 1894. The Constitutional Convention of the State of New York met in the Assembly Chamber, at the Capitol, Albany, N. Y., September 7, 1894, at ten o'clock in the morning.
President Choate called the Convention to order.
On motion of Mr. Peck, the reading of the Journal of yesterday was dispensed with.
Mr. Deyo asked to be excused from attendance to-morrow. Granted.
Mr. Cochran — I have received a letter this morning which, I think, will compel me to go to the city of New York to-morrow, and, therefore, I ask leave of absence for the day. Granted.
Mr. Kinkel - I ask to be excused to-morrow. Granted.
Mr. McKinstry -- I ask leave of absence for next Monday. Granted.
Mr. Deady — I would like to be excused for the afternoon session to-morrow. Granted.
Mr. I. S. Johnson - Mr. President, I would like to inquire what was the meaning of the resolution that was adopted last night, whether these excuses for Monday are in accordance with that?
Mr. McKinstry – Mr. President, I meant to have said, on account of illness.