1876.] OF THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES. 371
Honorable Body, "a detailed account of the expenses of each
Tobacco Warehouse, from January Ist^ 1870, to January
Int. 1876, including the amount of salary paid each clerk and
employee, together with the amount paid to each additional
hand temporarily employed ; the incidental expenses con-
nect'd with the working of each Warehouse , the number of
hogsheads inspected, and the amount received from all
sources of revenue," as shown in the reports of the Inspectors
at the several Warehouses, audited severally by the Commi--
sioner of labor and agriculture, and by the Supervisors of
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
Comptroller of the Treasury.
The communication, together with the accompanying re-
port, was read.
The question recuriing upon reading the report,
Mr. Donaldson moved that the House do now adjourn.
The question recurring upon concurring in the motion,
Mr. Donaldson demanded the yeas and nays,
The demand being sustained,
The yeas and nays were called, and appeared as follows :
Bird, Riggs, Scott.
Lancaster, Hinks, Ranger,
Smith, of Dor., Koons, Donaldson—10.
Waters, of Dor.,
Smith, Speaker, Lambdin, Loane,
Dunbar, Gwynn, Chaisty,
Mattingly, Cockey, Harig,
Hodges, Neal, Sanders,
Robinson, Purnell, Fenton,
Rullrnan, Only, Griffith,
Baldwin, Vandiver, Bawlings,
Whitelock, Goldsborough, Atklinson,
Given, Berkemeier, Sprigg,
Fitzjarrell, McWilliams, Rinehart,
Lankford, Hoblitzell, Waters, of Car'l.,
Gunby, Stewart, Dashiell,
Ford, Gill, Barnard—59.
So the motion to adjourn did not prevail.
On motion of Mr. Fenton,
The further reading thereof was dispensed with.