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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 62

System of Voting

System of Voting

The first subject discussed was as to what the system of voting should be.

It was proposed that each Society should have only one vote.

On this the amendment was moved that each Society should have three votes.

The amendment was lost.

Mr Thomas (Ashburton) then moved as a further amendment—"That each Society vote according to the number of representatives present.

The amendment as proposed by Mr Thomas, having been seconded, was then pub and agreed to.

The Conference then proceeded to discuss the various subjects on the Order paper.