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Journal of the House of Representatives of the session of ..
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 Material Information
Title: Journal of the House of Representatives of the session of ..
Alternate Title: Journal of the House of Representatives, State of Florida
Journal of the House of Representatives of the State of Florida of the session of ..
Physical Description: v. : ; 23-32 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Legislature. -- House of Representatives
Publisher: State Printer
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: June 1925
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Subjects / Keywords: Legislative journals -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Genre: government publication (state, provincial, terriorial, dependent)   ( marcgt )
serial   ( sobekcm )
 Notes
General Note: Title varies slightly.
General Note: Description based on: 1907.
Funding: Digitized for the Florida House of Representatives, the Office of the Clerk.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: Florida House of Representatives. Office of the Clerk.
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lccn - sn 85065608
System ID: UF00027772:00042
 Related Items
Preceded by: Journal of proceedings of the House of Representatives of the Legislature of the State of Florida
Succeeded by: Journal of the Florida House of Representatives

Table of Contents
    Title Page
        Page i
        Page ii
    Members of the House of Representatives, 1925
        Page iii
        Page iv
    Officers and attaches of the House of Representatives for 1925
        Page v
    Errata
        Page vi
        Page vii
        Page viii
    April 1925
        Tuesday, April 7
            Page 1
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        Wednesday, April 8
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        Thursday, April 9
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        Friday, April 10
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        Monday, April 13
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        Wednesday, April 15
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        Thursday, April 16
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        Friday, April 17
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        Monday, April 20
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        Wednesday, April 22
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    Summary of Legislative Pay Rolls, regular session of 1925
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        Index to members of House of Representatives
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        General index to House bills and joint resolutions
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Full Text





JOURNAL
of the

House of Representatives
of the



State of Florida



Regular Session of 1925















MEMBERS OF THE
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, 1925

Alachua-S. J. Ellis, Alachua.
Alachua-E. L. Eaton, Gainesville.
Baker-I. D. Stone, Manning.
Bay-J. Ed Stokes, Panama City.
Bradford-Everett M. Johns, Starke.
Bradford-W. 0. DuVall, Lawtey.
Brevard-J. J. Parrish, Titusville.
Broward-C. P. Weidling, Ft. Lauderdale.
Calhoun-Theo. D. Levins, Wewahitchka.
Charlotte-J. W. Shelley, Charlotte Harbor.
Citrus-E. C. May, Inverness.
Clay-B. M. Frisbee, Ridout.
Collier-Frank C. Morgan, Everglade.
Columbia-Roscoe Carver, Lake City.
Columbia-C. H. Evans, Lake City.
Dade-Norris McElya, Miami.
DeSoto-W. D. Bell, Arcadia.
Dixie-T. A. Fletcher, Fletcher.
Duval-Edgar W. Waybright, South Jacksonville.
Duval-A. Y. Milam, Jacksonville.
Escambia-L. V. Trueman, Pensacola.
Escambia-Frank X. Carroll, Pensacola.
Flagler-Frank L. Byrd, Bunnell.
Franklin-E. R. L. Moore, Carrabelle.
Gadsden-Samuel H. Strom, Juniper.
Gadsden-J. Henry Harrell, Quincy.
Glades-R. E. Kurtz, Moore Haven.
Hamilton-I. J. McCall, Jasper.
Hamilton-J. B. Wetherington, Jasper.
Hardee-Joseph Crews, Wauchula.
Hendry-J. R. Doty, LaBelle.
Hernando-James Mountain, Dade City.
Highlands-John A. Taylor, Sebring.
Hillsborough-Charles H. Taylor, Plant City.
Hillsborough-Pat. Whitaker, Tampa.
Holmes-A. W. Weeks, Bonifay.
Jackson-J. D. Smith, Marianna.
Jackson-W. W. Wester, Inwood.
Jefferson-A. N. Turnbull, Monticello.
Jefferson-W. B. Bishop, Capps.
LaFayette-R. K. Elliott, Mayo.
Lake-I. N. Kennedy, Eustis.












IV MEMBERS OF HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

Lake-W. A. MacKenzie, Leesburg.
Lee-Louis A. Hehdry, Fort Myers.
Leon-A. H. Williams, Tallahassee.
Leon-Fred H. Davis, Tallahassee.
Levy-S. Philips, Williston.
Liberty-W. H. Branch, Sumatra.
Madison-J. E. Whitty, Lee.
Madison-S. C. Fox, Pinetta.
Manatee-M. O. Harrison, Palmetto.
Marion-C. W. Hunter, Ocala.
Marion-C. A. Savage, Jr., Ocala
Monroe-J. F. Busto, Key West.
Monroe-C. F. Kemp, Key West.
Nassau-H. L. Ezell, Callahan.
Nassau-D. H. Petree, Callahan.
Okaloosa-M. C. Garrett, Baker.
Okeechobee-L. W. Jennings, Okeechobee.
Orange-H. H. Witherington, Apopka.
Orange-W. P. Watson, Orlando.
Osceola-W. R. Godwin, St. Cloud.
Palm Beach-M. S. McCracken, West Palm Beach.
Pasco-Edwin S. Dew, Dade City.
Pinellas-S. D. Harris, St. Petersburg.
Polk-Thos. W. Bryant, Lakeland.
Polk-B. K. Bullard, Lake Wales.
Putnam-H. S. McKenzie, Palatka.
Putnam-T. C. Douglass, Welaka.
Santa Rosa-S. G. Allen, Milton.
Santa Rosa-W. A. West, Berrydale.
Sarasota-Lewis Combs, Sarasota.
Seminole-J. R. Lyles, Sanford.
St. Johns-Peter Kendrick, St. Augustine.
St. Johns-Louis Victor, St. Augustine.
St. Lucie-A. W. Young, Vero.
Sumter-S. W. Getzen, Bushnell.
Suwannee-G. W. Greene, McAlpin.
Suwannee-A. Wr. TMcLeran, Wellborn.
Taylor-WJ. T. Hendry, Perry.
Union-Chas. H. Register, Lake Butler.
Volusia-R. D. Craig, Daytona.
Volusia-R. J. Kepler, Jr., DeLand.
Wakulla-Rufus Tucker, Arran.
Walton-John C. McSween, DeFuniak Springs.
Washington-L. A. Brock, Wausau.



















OFFICERS AND ATTACHES OF THE
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
FOR 1925



Speaker-A. Y. Milam.
Speaker Pro Tem.--J. J. Parrish.
Chief Clerk-B. A. Meginniss.
Assistant Chief Clerk-Frank Webb.
Bill Clerk-Mrs. W. R. Dorman.
Reading Clerk-Ammon McClellan.
Assistant Reading Clerk-Clay Lewis.
Engrossing Clerk-R. W. Ervin, Jr.
Enrolling Clerk-Miss Annie F. Bond.
Sergeant-at-Arms-C. E. Johnston.
Messenger-C. J. Ferrell.
Doorkeeper-J. Hampton Jones.
Chaplain-Rev. J. E. Mickler.
Janitor-R. J. Davis.
Pages (five)-Herbert Scott Gregory, Verna Louise
Simmons, Charles H. B. Floyd, Christopher D. Robertson,
John W. Smith.













ERRATA OF THE JOURNAL OF THE
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
SESSION A. D. 1925



I, B. A. Meginniss, Chief Clerk of the House of Repre-
sentatives, Session of 1925, do hereby certify that under
House Concurrent Resolution No. 20, adopted by said Leg-
islature of 1925, I have prepared the following ERRATA
SHEET for the Journal of the House of Representatives
to cover the period of its entire session as to correction of
errors and omissions coming to my attention after a care-
ful search, which corrections, under the provisions of the
Resolution are to be considered a part of the History of
the Proceedings.
B. A. MEGINNISS,
Chief Clerk, House of Representatives, Session 1925.



Page 63-House Resolution No. 9 should be numbered
"9-A."
Page 152-House Bill No. 142, introduced on page 152
should read "House Joint Resolution No. 142."
Page 592-Sixth line from bottom of the page, House
Bill No. 354 should read "House Bill No. 334."
Page 832-Senate Bill No. 168 should read "Senate Bill
No. 166."
Page 849-House Bill No. 758 should read "House Bill
No. 458."
Page 1087-Senate Bill No. 257, at bottom of page,
should read "Senate Bill No. 27."
Page 1303-Line 11, House Bill No. 582 should read
"House Bill No. 592."
Page 1581---House Resolution No. 14 should read
"House Concurrent Resolution No. 14."
Page 1626-Senate Bill No. 358 should read "Senate
Bill No. 369."
Page 1688-House Joint Resolution No. 572 should read
"House Joint Resolution No. 752."
Page 1904-House Bill No. 852 should read "House
Bill No. 853."











ERRATA



Page 1971-House Bill No. 383 should read "House
Bill No. 382."
Page No. 1992 reads "1922" and should read "1992."
Page 2134-House Bill No. 815 should read "House
Bill No. 814."
Page 2159-House Bill No. 787 should read "House
Bill No. 747."
Page 2467, shown as No. 2567, should read "2467."
Page 618-House Bill No. 422 should read "House
Bill No. 423."
Page 619-House Bill No. 422 should read "House
Bill No. 423."
Page 2311-House Bill No. 387 should read "House
Bill No. 378."
Page 2512-After line 12 on said page, add the follow-
ing: "bearing interest at not exceeding six per cent, and
making applicable thereto the decree of validation hereto-
fore entered."
Page 2659-At the end of line eighteen after the word
"Bonds" add the following: "bearing interest at not ex-
ceeding six per cent and making applicable thereto the
decree of validation heretofore entered."
Page 3127-Senate Bill No. 349 should read "Senate
Bill No. 449."
Page 3145-House Bill No. 458 should read "House
Bill No. 456."
Page 3024-House Bill No. 1126 should read "House
Bill No. 1226."
Page 3023-House Bill No. 1124 should read "House
Bill No. 1224."
Page 3351-House Bill No. 641 should read "Senate
Bill No. 641."
Page 3459-Before the words "House Bill No. 1367,"
insert "By Mr. Weidling of Broward."
Page 3479--House Bill No. 1096 should read "House
Bill No. 1260."
Page 3681-House Bill No. 195 should read "House
Bill No. 1195."
Page 3705, third line from bottom of page, "House Bill
No. 49" should read "House Bill No. 59."
Page 3781-House Bill No. 1390 should read "House
Bill No. 1394."
Page 3888-In line 18, the words "House Resolution
No. 36" should read "House Resolution No. 35."



VII










ERRATA



Page 3910-Line 17, House Bill No. 1343, should read
"House Bill No. 1342."
Page 3985-Senate Bill No. 634 should read "Senate
Bill No. 624."
Page 3984-Senate Bill No. 562 should read "Senate
Bill No. 582."
Page 3999-House Resolution No. 38 should read
"House Resolution No. 39."
Page 4120-Senate Bill No. 598 should read "Senate
Bill No. 588."
Page 4099-Date of Committee report (line 8) should
read "June 3," instead of "June 2."
Page 4176-Date on Senate Message should read "June
3, 1925."
Page 4375-Line 33, Senate Bill No. 457, should read
"Senate Bill No. 451."
Page 3560-Lines 15 and 16 are hereby corrected to
read as follows: "Mr. Young moved that the rules be
waived and that House Bill No. 1326 be read a third time
in full and put upon its passage."
Page 3323-Line 6 should be corrected to read as fol-
lows: "designate Road No. 57 extending from New
Smyrna to."
Page 4054-Line 14 should be corrected to read as fol-
lows: "designate Road No. 57 extending from New
Smyrna to."
(N. B.-The last two corrections noted are to change
the reference to Road No. 37 to Road 57.)



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JOURNAL OF THE
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

Of the twentieth regular session of the Legislature of
Florida, under the Constitution of A. D. 1885, begun and
held at the Capitol, in the City of Tallahassee, the State
of Florida, on Tuesday, the 7th day of April, A. D. 1925,
being the day fixed by the Constitution for the meeting
of the Legislature.



Tuesday, April 7, 1925



The House was called to order at 12 o'clock, noon, by
B. A. Meginniss, of Leon County, Florida, Chief Clerk of
the House of Representatives.
The certified list of the Secretary of State of the mem-
bers elected to the Legislature for the session of 1925 was
called, as follows:

MEMBERS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, 1925

Alachua-S. J. Ellis, Alachua.
Alachua-E. L. Eaton, Gainesville.
Baker-I. D. Stone, Manning.
Bay-J. Ed Stokes, Panama City.
Bradford-Everett M. Johns, Starke.
Bradford-W. O. DuVall, Lawtey.
Brevard-J. J. Parrish, Titusville.
Broward-C. P. Weidling, Ft. Lauderdale.
Calhoun-Theo. D. Levins, Wewahitchka.
Charlotte-J. W. Shelley, Charlotte Harbor.
Citrus-E. C. May, Inverness.
Clay-B. M. Frisbee, Ridout.
Collier-Frank C. Morgan, Everglade.
Columbia-Roscoe Carver, Lake City.
Columbia-C. H. Evans, Lake City.
Dade-Norris McElya, Miami.
DeSoto-W. D. Bell, Arcadia.
Dixie-T. A. Fletcher, Fletcher.












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Duval-Edgar W. Waybright, South Jacksonville.
Duval-A. Y. Milam, Jacksonville.
Escambia-L. V. Trueman, Pensacola.
Escambia-Frank X. Carroll, Pensacola.
Flagler-Frank L. Byrd, Bunnell.
Franklin-E. R. L. Moore, Carrabelle.
Gadsden-Samuel H. Strom, Juniper.
Gadsden-J. Henry Harrell, Quincy.
Glades-R. E. Kurtz, Moore Haven.
Hamilton-I. J. McCall, Jasper.
Hamilton-J. B. Wetherington, Jasper.
Hardee-Joseph Crews, Wauchula.
Hendry-J. R. Doty, LaBelle.
Hernando-James Mountain, Dade City.
Highlands-John A. Taylor, Sebring.
Hillsborough-Charles H. Taylor, Plant City.
Hillsborough-Pat. Whitaker, Tampa.
Holmes-A. W. Weeks, Bonifay.
Jackson-J. D. Smith, Marianna.
Jackson-W. W. Wester, Inwood.
Jefferson-A. N. Turnbull, Monticello.
Jefferson-W. B. Bishop, Capps.
LaFayette-R. K. Elliott, Mayo.
Lake-I. N. Kennedy, Eustis.
Lake-W. A. MacKenzie, Leesburg.
Lee-Louis A. Hendry, Fort Myers.
Leon-A. H. Williams, Tallahassee.
Leon-Fred H. Davis, Tallahassee.
Levy-S. Phillips, Williston.
Liberty--W. H. Branch, Sumatra.
Madison-J. E. Whitty, Lee.
Madison-S. C. Fox, Pinetta.
Manatee-M. O. Harrison, Palmetto.
Marion-C. W. Hunter, Ocala.
Marion-C. A. Savage, Jr., Ocala.
Monroe-J. F. Busto, Key West.
Monroe-C. F. Kemp, Key West.
Nassau-H. L. Ezell, Callahan.
Nassau-D. H. Petree, Callahan.
Okaloosa-M. C. Garrett, Baker.
Okeechobee-L. W. Jennings, Okeechobee.
Orange-H. H. Witherington, Apopka.
Orange-W. P. Watson, Orlando.
Osceola-W. R. Godwin, St. Cloud.
Palm Beach-M. S. McCracken, West Palm Beach.













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Pasco-Edwin S. Dew, Dade City.
Pinellas-S. D. Harris, St. Petersburg.
Polk-Thos. W. Bryant, Lakeland.
Polk-B. K. Bullard, Lake Wales.
Putnam-H. S. McKenzie, Palatka.
Putnam-T. C. Douglas, Welaka.
Santa Rosa-S. G. Allen, Milton.
Santa Rosa-W. A. West, Berrydale.
Sarasota-Lewis Combs, Sarasota.
Seininole-J. R. Lyles, Sanford.
St. Johns-Peter Kendrick, St. Augustine.
St. Johns-Louis Victor, St. Augustine.
St. Lucie-A. W. Young, Vero.
Sumter-S. W. Getzen, Bushnell.
Suwannee-G. W. Greene, McAlpin.
Suwannee-A. W. McLeran, Wellborn.
Taylor-W. T. Hendry, Perry.
Union-Chas. H. Register, Lake Butler.
Volusia-R. D. Craig, Daytona.
Volusia-R. J. Kepler, Jr., DeLand.
Wakulla-Rufus Tucker, Arran.
Walton-John C. McSween, DeFuniak Springs.
Washington-L. A. Brock, Wausau.

STATE OF FLORIDA,
[SS.
Office Secretary of State.

I, H. Clay Crawford, Secretary of State of the State of
Florida, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a correct
list of the members of the House of Representatives of
the State of Florida, elected at the general election on
the fourth day of November, A. D. 1924, as shown by the
election returns on file in this office.
Given under my hand and the Great
Seal of the State of Florida, at Talla-
(Great Seal) hassee, the Capital, this the: seventh
day of April, A. D. 1925.
H. CLAY CRAWFORD,;
Secretary of State.












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The following members came forward and took the oath
of office prescribed by the Constitution of the State of
Florida before Mr. Justice Glenn Terrell of the Supreme
Court of the State of Florida:

Alachua--S. J. Elli, Alachua.
Alachua-E. L. Eaton, Gainesville.
Baker-I. D. Stone, Manning.
Bay-J. Ed Stokes, Panama City.
Bradford-Everett M. Johns, Starke.
Bradford-W. O. DuVall, Lawtey.
Brevard-J. J. Parrish, Titusville.
Broward-C. P. Weidling, Ft. Lauderdale.
Calhoun-Theo. D. Levins, Wewahitchka.
Charlotte-J. W. Shelley, Charlotte Harbor.
Citrus-E. C. May, Inverness.
Clay-B. M. Frisbee, Ridout.
Collier-Frank C. Morgan, Everglade.
Columbia-Roscoe Carver, Lake City.
Columbia-C. H. Evans, Lake City.
Dade-Norris McElya, Miami.
DeSoto-W. D. Bell, Areadia.
Dixie-T. A. Fletcher, Fletcher.
Duval-Edgar W. Waybright, South Jacksonville.
Duval-A. M. Milam, Jacksonville.
Escam!bia-L. V. Trueman, Pensacola.
Escanbia-Frank X. Carroll, Pensacola.
Flagler-Frank L. Byrd, Bunnell.
Franklin-E. R. L. Moore, Carrabelle.
Gadsden-Samuel H. Strom, Juniper.
Gadsden-J. Henry Harrell, Quincy.
Glades-R. E. Kurtz, Moore Haven.
Hamilton-I. J. McCall, Jasper.
Hamilton-J. B. Wetherington, Jasper.
Hardee-Joseph Crews, Wauchula.
Hendry-J. R. Doty, LaBelle.
Hernando-James Mountain, Dade City.
Highlands-John A. Taylor, Sebring.
Hillsborough-Charles H. Taylor, Plant City.
Hillsborough-Pat. Whitaker, Tampa.
Holmes-A. W. Weeks, Bonifay.
Jackson-J. D. Smith, Marianna.
Jackson-W. W. Wester, Inwood.
Jefferson-A. N. Turnbull, Monticello.
Jefferson-W. B. Bishop, Capps.












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LaFayette-R. K. Elliott, Mayo.
Lake-I. N. Kennedy, Eustis.
Lake-W. A. MacKenzie, Leesburg.
Lee-Louis A. Hendry, Fort Myers.
Leon,-A.. H. Williams, Tallahassee.
Leon-Fred IH. Davis, Tallahassee.
Levy-S. Philips, Williston.
Liberty-W. H. Branch, Sumatra.
M;,:li.sl--J. E. Whitty, Lee.
AMrtidc1n-S. C. Fox, Pinetta.
Manatee-M. 0. Harrison, Palmetto.
Marion-C. W. Hunter, Ocala.
Marion-C. A. Savage, Jr., Ocala
Mlree--.. F. lusto. Key West.
Mon roe-C. F. Kemp, Key West.
Nassau-H. L. Ezell, Callahan.
Nassau-D I. Petree, Callahan.
Okaloosa-M. C. Garrett, Baker.
O -li hoLe--L. NW. Jennings, Okeechobee.
Orang.e-H I. I. Witllerington, Apopka.
OrangNe-W.. P. Watson, Orlando.
Oeeola-W. R. Godwin, St. Cloud.
Palm Beach-M. S. McCracken, West Palm Beach.
Pasco-Edwin S. Dew, Dade City.
Pinellas-S.. D. Harris, St. Petersburg.
Polk-Thos. NW. Bryant, Lakeland.
Polk-B. K. Bullard, Lake Wales.
Putnam-H. S. McKenzie, Palatka.
Putnam-T. C. Douglass, Welaka.
Santa Rosa-S. G. Allen, Milton.
Santa Rosa-W. A. West, Berrydale.
Sarasota-Lewis Combs, Sarasota.
Seminole-J. R. Lyles, Sanford.
St. Johns--Peter Kendrick, St. Augustine.
St. Johns-Louis Victor, St. Augustine.
St. Lucie-A. W. Young, Vero.
Sumter-S. W. Getzen, Bushnell.
Suwannee--G. W. Greene, McAlpin.
Suwannee-A V.W. MLeran, Wellborn.
Taylor-W. T. Hendry, Perry.
Union-Chas. H. Register, Lake Butler.
Volusia-R. D. Craig, Daytona.
Volusia-R. J. Kepler, Jr., DeLand.
Wakulla-Rufus Tucker, Arran.
Walton-John C. MeSween, DeFuniak Springs.
Washington-L. A. Brock, Wausau.












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B. A. Meginniss, Chief Clerk, announced a quorum pres-
ent.
Prayer by Rev. J. E. Mickler.
Mr. Davis moved that the House proceed to the election
of a temporary Chairman.
Which was agreed to.
Mr. Davis nominated Mr. Samuel W. Getzen of Sumter
County for temporary Chairman.
There being no other nominations-
Mr. Davis moved that Mr. Getzen be elected Temporary
Chairman by acclamation.
Which was agreed to.
Mr. Davis moved that a committee of three be appointed
to escort the temporary Chairman to the chair.
Which was agreed to.
The Chair appointed as such committee Messrs. Davis,
Witherington (Orange) and Hunter, and Mr. Getzen was
duly escorted to the chair and assumed its duties.
Mr. Williams moved that the House proceed to perma-
nent organization by the election of a Speaker, a Speaker
pro tempore, a Chief Clerk, and other officers and attaches.
Which was agreed to.

Mr. Williams of Leon County nominated Hon. A. Y.
Milam of Duval County for Speaker.
Mr. Stokes moved that the nominations be closed.
Which was agreed to.

Upon call of the roll the vote was:
For Hon. A. Y. Milam for Speaker:

Messrs. Allen, Bell, Bishop, Branch, Brock Bryant, Bul-
lard, Busto, Byrd, Carroll, Carver, Combs, Craig, Crews,
Davis, Dew, Doty, Douglass, DuVall, Eaton, Elliott, Ellis,
Evans, Ezell, Fletcher, Fox, Frisbee, Garrett, Getzen, God-
win, Greene, Harrell, Harris, Harrison, Hendry (Lee),
Hendry (Taylor), Hunter, Jennings, Johns, Kemp, Ken-
drick, Kennedy, Kepler, Kurtz, Levins, Lyles, McCall, Mc-
Cracken, McElya, MacKenzie (Lake), McKenzie (Put-
nam), McLeran, McSween, May, Moore, Morgan, Mountain,
Parrish, Petree, Philips, Register, Savage, Shelley, Smith,
Stokes, Stone, Strom, Taylor (Highlands), Taylor (Hills-












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borough), Trueman, Tucker, Turnbull, Victor, Watson,
Waybright, Weeks, Weidling. West, Wester, Wetherington
(Htamilton), Whitaker, Whitty, Williams, Witherington
(Orange), Young-85.

The chairman alnnoulned and declared that Hon. A. Y.
Mil] am was unanimously elected Speaker.
MrI. Davis moved that a committee of three be appointed
to escort the Speaker to the chair.
Which was agreed to.
Thereupon the Chairman appointed Messrs. MacKenzie
(Lake), Weeks and Waybright as said committee to escort
the Spikr to the chair.
The Speaker, having been duly escorted to the chair, ex-
pre]ssedi liis gratitude and appreciation to the House for
the honor conferred upon him and took up the duties of
Speaker of the House.
MIr. Williams nominallted Hon. J. J. Parrish of Brevard
County, for Speaker pro tern.
MIr. Stokes moved that nominations be closed.
I pon call of the roll, the vote was:
For Mr. P'arrish for Speaker pro tem:
Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Allen, Bell, Bishop, Branch, Brock,
lBryant, Bullard., Busto,, Byrd, Carroll, Carver, Combs,
Craig. Crows, Davis, Dew, Doty, Douglass, DuVall, Eaton,
Elliott, Ellis, Evans, Ezell, Fletcher, Fox, Frisbee, Garrett,
Gc(tzen, Godwin, Greenle, Harrell, Harris, Harrison, Hendry
(L(c). Hiendry (Taylor), Hunter, Jennings, Johns, Kemp,
KenIdrick, Kennedy, Kepler, Kurtz, Levins, Lyles, McCall,
McCracken. McElya. MacKenzie (Lake), McKenzie (Put-
nam), McLeran, IMcSween, May, Moore, Morgan, Moun-
tain. Petree. Philips, Register, Savage, Shelley, Smith,
Stokes, Stone,. Strom, Taylor (Highlands), Taylor (Hills-
borough), Trueman. Tucker, Turnbull, Victor, Watson,
Waybrhight. Weeks, Weidling, West, Wester, Wethering-
ton (Hamilton), Whitaker, Whitty, Williams, Withering-
ton (Orange), Young.-85.

The Speaker declared Hon. J. J. Parrish unanimously
elected Speaker pro tem.











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Mr. Williams nominated B. A. Meginniss, of Leon
County, for Chief Clerk.
Upon call of the roll, the vote was:
For B. A. Meginniss for Chief Clerk:
Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Allen, Bell, Bishop, Branch,
Brock, Bryant, Bullard, Busto, Byrd, Carroll, Carver,
Combs, Craig, Crews, Davis, Dew, Doty, Douglass, Du-
Vall, Eaton, Elliott, Ellis, Evans, Ezell, Fletcher, Fox,
Frisbee, Garrett, Getzen, Godwin, Greene, Harrell, Har-
ris, Harrison, Hendry (Lee), Hendry (Taylor), Hunter,
Jennings, Johns, Kemp, Kendrick, Kennedy, Kepler,
Kurtz, Levins, Lyles, McCall, McCracken, McElya, Mac-
Kenzie (Lake), McKenzie (Putnam), McLeran, McSween,
May, Moore, Morgan, Mountain, Parrish, Petree, Philips,
Register, Savage, Shelley, Smith, Stokes, Stone, Strom,
Taylor (Highlands), Taylor* (Hillsborough), Trueman,
Tucker, Turnbull, Victor, Watson, Waybright, Weeks,
Weidling, West, Wester, Wetherington (Hamilton),
Whitaker, Whitty, Williams, Witherington (Orange),
Young-86.

The Speaker declared B. A. Megiinniss unanimously
elected as Chief Clerk.

B. A. Meginniss came forward and took the oath of
office as Chief Clerk of the House of Representatives, as
prescribed by the Constitution of the State of Florida, be-
fore Mr. Justice Glenn Terrell of the Supreme Court.
Mr. J. J. Parrish expressed his thanks to the House for
the honor conferred in electing him Speaker pro tern.
Mr. Williams of Leon nominated the following as at-
taches of the House of Representatives for the 1925 ses-
sion of the House:
Assistant Chief Clerk-Frank Webb of Leon County.
Bill Clerk-Mrs. W. R. Dorman of Suwannee County.
Reading Clerk-Ammon McClellan of Collier County.
Assistant Reading Clerk-Clay Lewis of Jackson County.
Engrossing Clerk-Richard W. Ervin, Jr., of Marion
County.
Enrolling Clerk-Miss Annie Bond, Jefferson County.
Sergeant-at-Arms-C. E. Johnston, Volusia County.
Messenger-Chas. J. Ferrell, Wakulla County.











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Doorkeeper-J. Hampton Jones, Nassau County.
Chaplain-Rev. J. E. Mickler, Volusia County.
Janitor-R. J. Davis, Polk County.
Five Pages as follows: Herbert Scott Gregory, Verna
Louise Simmons, Charles H. B. Floyd, Christopher D.
Robertson, John W. Smith.
Mr. Williams moved that all officers and attaches as
nominated above be elected by acclamation.
Which was agreed to.
The following attaches came forward and took the oath
of office prescribed by the Constitution of the State of
Florida before Justice Terrell of the Supreme Court:
Assistant Chief Clerk-Frank Webb of Leon County.
Bill Clerk-Mrs. W. R. Dorman of Suwannee County.
Reading Clerk-Ammon McClellan of Collier County.
Assistant Reading Clerk-Clay Lewis of Jackson County.
IEgrossing Clerk-Richard W. Ervin, Jr., of Marionl
County.
Enrolling Clerk-lMiss Annie Bond, Jefferson County.
S!orgeant-at-Arms-C. E. Johnston, Volusia County.
Messeinger-Clas. J. Ferrell, Wakulla County.
Doorkoeper-J. Hampton Jones, Nassau County.
ChI;plhiin-Rev. J. Mickler, Volusia County.
Janitor-R. J. Davis, Polk County.
P'.,--Hlerbert Scott Gregory, Verna Louise Sinmilol.s,
Charge; II. B. Floyd, Clhristopr ID.. Robertson, John W.

Mr. MeLeran moved that a committee of three be ap-
pointed to wait upon the Senate and inform that body
that the House was organized and ready for business.
Which was agreed to.
Whereupon the Speaker appointed as such committee
Messrs. McLeran, Stone and Combs.
The committee retired and after a brief absence re-
turned and reported that they had performed the duty
assigned them and were discharged.
A committee of three from the Senate, composed of
Senators Etheredge, Taylor and Coe, appeared at the bar
of the House of Representatives and announced that they
were instructed by the Senate to inform the House that
the Senate was organized and ready to proceed to busi-
neSS.











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Mr. McKenzie (Putnam) moved that the Speaker ap-
point a committee of three to wait upon the Governor
and inform him that the House was now organized and
ready to receive any communication lie might have to
make to the Legislature.
Which was agreed to.
The Speaker appointed on this committee Messrs. Mc-
Kenzie (Putnam), Hunter and Carroll.
The committee retired and, after a brief absence, re-
turned and reported that they had performed the duty
assigned them, and that the Governor desired to appear
before the Legislature in joint session on Wednesday
morning at eleven o'clock.
Whereupon the committee was discharged.

INTRODUCTION OF RESOLUTIONS.

By Mr. Parrish of Brevard-
House Resolution No. 1:
Be it resolved by the House of Representatives:
1. That the rules adopted by the 1923 House of Rep-
resentatives shall govern this House until permanent rules
are adopted.
2. That the Speaker appoint an Assistant Sergeant-at-
Arms as provided in said rules and that said assistant as-
sume office today.
3. That the Speaker appoint a private Secretary who
shall assume office today.
4. That the Speaker appoint a competent man as jour-
nal clerk to have supervision of the distribution and mail-
ing out of such journals as the House shall cause to be
mailed out.
5. That the Speaker appoint an assistant janitor to as-
sume office today.
Which was read.
Mr. Parrish moved the adoption of the resolution.
Which was agreed to.

By Mr. Harris of Pinellas-
House Concurrent Resolution No. 1:
Resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate
concurring:
First, That no bills shall be introduced until Thursday,
the 9th, or until the Standing Committees shall have been
announced.










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Second, That the Governor 's Message shall be made the
Special Order for Wednesday, immediately on completion
of the roll call.
Which was read.
Mr. Harris moved that the rules be waived and House
Concurrent Resolution No. 1 be read a second time.
Which was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.
House Concurrent Resolution No. 1 was read a second
time.
Mr. Harris moved the adoption of the Resolution.
Which was agreed to.

Mr. Harris moved that the rules be further waived and
that the Resolution be immediately certified to the Senate.
Which was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.

By Mr. Weeks of Holmes-
House Resolution No. 2:
Be it resolved by the House of Representatives of Flor-
ida, in session assembled, That the Speaker be, and he is
hereby authorized and directed to appoint not less than
three members nor more than five members of the House
of Ilprc'senllttives to be known as an Efficiency Commit-
tee, whose duty it shall be to examine all official stenog-
raphers and typists necessary for employment of clerical
assistance, in all matters pertaining to the public business
of the House of Representatives during the session of A. D.
1925, and that said committee, by itself or under its direc-
tion, conduct such examination or examinations of appli-
cants for position as may seem fit and proper from time to
time and recommend such only for employment as in their
opinion are proficient and worthy, that the public business
may be expedited and carefully prepared, reported, copied
or recorded. That no person shall be employed by any
committee of the House as a stenographer or typist whose
proficiency has not been first passed on by the committee
above provided for, and that the effect of the adoption of
this resolution shall be that it shall become a rule of the
House, and that no person be appointed or employed as a
verifier or proofreader until the list of competent available
stenographers or typists for use in that capacity is first
exhausted.
Mr. Weeks moved the adoption of the Resolution.
Which was agreed to.










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Whereupon the Speaker announced the appointment of
the following as the committee provided for in the above
resolution : Messrs. Weeks, Davis, MacKenzie (Lake),
Hunter and Stokes.

By Mr. Davis of Leon-
House Resolution No. 3:
Be it resolved by the House, That fifteen hundred r:,pIs
of the journal and three hundred copies of the Calendar be
ordered printed each day.
Which was read.
Mr. Davis moved the adoption of the resolution.
Which was agreed to.

By Mr. Stokes of Bay
House Resolution No. 4:
Whereas, Section 104 of the Revised General Statutes
of Florida provides for the employment by the House of
an experienced indexer, acting in conjunction with a
similar clerk from the Senate, to compile and make the
index of the Journal of the House of Representatives;
and,
Whereas, The work of the Chief Clerk is so great and
pressing at certain hours as to make an extra assistant
necessary; and
Whereas, The said Chief Clerk is charged with the re-
sponsibility of the supervision of 'the said work of index-
ing the Journal; therefore, be it
Resolved by the House of Representatives, in the in-
terest of economy and efficiency in carrying out said
work, that the said two positions be combined and that
the Chief Clerk be, and he is hereby, authorized to em-
ploy an experienced indexing clerk, who shall be known
as the Journal Indexing Clerk, to do the work outlined
in said Section 104 of the Revised General Statutes, and
also to assist him in such other work as he may direct,
which said clerk shall receive the same compensation
and remuneration as other clerks of this House.
Mr. Stokes moved the adoption of the Resolution.
Which was agreed to.










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By Mr. Taylor of Hillsborough-
House Resolution No. 5:
Be it resolved by the House of Representatives, That
upon his requisition, each member of the House of Repre-
sentatives be furnished with a copy of the Revised General
Statutes of 1920 and the Laws of 1919, 1921 and 1923.
Be it further resolved, That the Sergeant-at-Arms be
instructed to provide said General Statutes and Laws,
and return the same to the Secretary of State upon or
before the final adjournment of the Legislature.
Which was read.
Mr. Taylor moved the adoption of the resolution.
Which was agreed to.
Mr. Davis moved that when the House adjourn it ad-
journ to meet Wednesday, April 8, 1925, at eleven o'clock
A. M.
Which was agreed to.

The speaker announced that under the provisions of
House Resolution No. 1, he has appointed Harry A. Jenks
of Monroe County, as Assistant Janitor and Sam E. Cobb,
Jr., as Journal Clerk.
Mr. Davis moved that the rules be waived and that the
House now take up Messages from the. Senate.
Which was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.

MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE.

The following message from the Senate was received
and read:
Senate Chamber,
Tallahassee, Fla., April 7, 1925.
Hon. A. Y. Milam,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
Tallahassee, Fla.

Sir:

I am directed by the Senate to inform the House of
Representatives that the Senate has adopted-
House Concurrent Resolution No. 1:
Resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate
concurring:










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First. That no bill shall be introduced until Thursday,
the 9th, or until the Standing Committees shall have been
announced.
Second. That the Governor's Message shall be made
the Special Order for Wednesday, immediately on com-
pletion of roll call.
With the following amendment:
That the time for convening in Joint Session shall be
at 11 o'clock A. M.
And respectfully requests the concurrence of the House
of Representatives therein.
Very respectfully,
C. A. FINLEY,
Secretary of the Senate.
Which was read.
Mr. Davis moved that the House concur in the Senate
amendment.
Which was agreed to.

Mr. Hunter moved that a rising vote of thanks be ex-
tended to the ladies of Tallahassee for the beautiful floral
offerings.
Which was agreed to by a rising vote.

Mr. Stokes moved that the House do now adjourn.
Which was agreed to.

Whereupon at 1:22 o'clock P. M. the House adjourned
until Wednesday, April 8th, 1925, at 11 o'clock A. M.










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Wednesday, April 8, 1925



The House was called to order by the Speaker at 11
o'clock A. M.
The roll was called and the following members answered
to their names:
Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Allen, Bell, Bishop, Branch,
Brock, Bryant, Bullard, Busto, Byrd, Carroll, Carver,
Combs, Craig, Crews, Davis, Dew, Doty, Douglass, Du-
Vall, Eaton, Elliott, Ellis, Evans, Ezell, Fletcher, Fox,
Frisbee, Garrett, Getzen, Godwin, Greene, Harrell, Har-
ris, Harrison, Hendry (Lee), Hendry (Taylor), Hunter,
Jennings, Johns, Kemp, Kendrick, Kennedy, Kepler,
Kurtz, Levins, Lyles, McCall, McCracken, McElya, M'ac-
Kenzie (Lake), McKenzie (Putnam), McLeran, Mc-
Sween, May, Moore, Morgan, Mountain, Parrish, Petree,
Philips, Register, Savage, Shelley, Smith, Stokes, Stone,
Strom, Taylor (Highlands), Taylor (Hillsborough), True-
man, Tucker, Turnbull, Victor, Watson, Waybright,
Weeks, Weidling, West, Wester, Wetherington (Hamil-
ton), Whitaker, Whitty, Williams, Witherington (Or-
ange), Young-86.
A quorum present.
Prayer by the Chaplain.

1Mr. Davis moved that the rules be waived and that the
House now take up messages from the Senate.
Which was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.

MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE.

The following message from the Senate was received and
read:











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Senate Chamber,
Tallahassee, Fla., April 8, 1925.

Hon. A. Y. Milam,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
Tallahassee, Fla.

Sir:

I am directed by the Senate to inform the House of Rep-
resentatives that the Senate has adopted-
Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 1:
Be it resolved by the Senate, the House of Representa-
tives concurring, That the President of the Senate and the
Speaker of the House of Representatives appoint a joint
committee of two lmem()bers from each of their respective
bodies to act as a Joint Legislative Committee on Gov-
ernor's Message; to prepare bills in furtherance of the rec-
ommendations of that message when the same may seem
advisable.
And respectfully requests the concurrence of the House
of Representatives therein.
Very respectfully,
C. A. FINLEY,
Secretary of the Senate.
And Senate Concurrent 1Resolution No. 1, contained in
the above message, was read the first time.
Mr. Davis moved that the rules be waived and that Sen-
ate Concurrent Resolution No. 1, contained in the above
message, be read a second time.
Which was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.
And Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 1 was read a sec-
ond time.
Mr. Davis moved the adoption of Senate Concurrent
Resolution No. 1.
"Which was agreed to.
[Mr. Davis moved that the rules be further waived, and
that Senate Concurrent Resoflution No. 1 1b immediately
certified to the Senate.
Which was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.
And Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 1 was so certified.

A committee of three from the Senate, consisting of
Senators Phillips, Singletary and McDaniel, appeared be-
fore the bar of the House and announced that the Sen-











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ate was ready to meet with the House in Joint Session to
hear the Governor's Message.
Mr. Davis moved that a committee of three members
be appointed to notify the Senate that the House will be
ready to meet in Joint Session at 11:20 A. M.
Which was agreed to.
"Whereupon the Speaker appointed as such committee
Messrs. Davis, McKenzie (Putnam) and Carroll, who re-
tired and after a brief absence returned, reported that
they had performed the duty assigned them and were dis-
charged.

The Speaker announced that under the provisions of
Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 1, he has appointed
as members of the Joint Committee on the Part of the
House therein provided for, Messrs. Hunter and Turn-
bull.

JOINT SESSION OF THE SENATE AND HOUSE
OF REPRESENTATIVES

At 11:20 o'clock A. M. the Senate appeared at the bar
of the House and were awarded srats.
The President of the Senate in the chair.
The roll of Senators was called and the following
answered to their names:
Mr. President, Senators Anderson, Butler, Calkins,
Clark, Coe, Colson, Cone, Edge, Etleredge, Gillis, Hale,
Hineley, Hodges, Knight, Malone, McDaniels, Overstreet,
Phillips, Putnam, Rowe, Russell, Scales, Singletary,
Smith, Swearingen, Taylor (31st Dist.) Turnbull, Turner,
Walker, Watson, Wicker-32.

A quorum of the Senate present.
The roll of miemblers of the House was called and the fol-
lowing members answered to their names:
Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Allen, Bell, Bishop, Branch. Brock,
Bryant, Bullard, Busto, Byrd, Carroll, Carver, Combs,
Craig, Crews, Davis, Dew, Doty, Douglass, DuVall, Eaton,
Elliott, Ellis, Evans, Ezell, Fletcher, Fox, Frisbee, Garrett,
Getzen, Godwin, Greene, Harrell, Harris, Harrison, Hen-
dry (Lee), Hendry (Taylor), Hunter, Jennings, Johns,
Kemp, Kendrick, Kennedy, Kepler, Kurtz, Levins, Lyles,
McCall, McCracken, McElya, MacKenzie (Lake), McKenzie
(Putnam), McLeran, McSween, May, Moore, Morgan,










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Mountain, Parrish, Petree, Philips, Register, Savage, Shel-
ley, Smith, Stokes, Stone, Strom, Taylor (Highlands),
Taylor (Hillsborough), Trueman, Tucker, TurnbuLl,
Victor, Watson, Waybright, Weeks, Weidling, West,
Wester, Wetherington (Hamilton), Whitaker, Whitty, Wil-
liams, Witherington (Orange), Young.-86.
A quorum of the House of Representatives present.
Mr. Williams (Leon) moved that Mrs. John W. Martin
be asked to occupy a seat on the stand and that a com-
mittee of two be appointed to escort her to such seat.
Which was agreed to.
Thereupon the President appointed as such committee
Senator Hodges and Mr. Williams, who escorted Mrs.
Martin to the Speaker's stand.
Senator Malone moved that a committee of four-two
on the part of the Senate to be appointed by the Presi-
dent, and two on the part of the House to be appointed
by the Speaker-be appointed to notify the Governor
that the Joint Session is ready to hear and receive his
Message, and said committee to escort him to the Hall.
Which was agreed to.
Thereupon the President appointed as members of such
committee on the part of the Senate, Senators Malone
and Hodges; and the Speaker appointed as members of
said committee on the part of the House, Messrs. Whit-
aker and Watson.
The committee retired, and shortly thereafter returned
with Hon. John W. Martin, Governor of Florida, who
was escorted to the stand and addressed the Legislature
as follows:

GOVERNOR'S ADDRESS.
G1tl'emien of the Senate and
House of Repres.enatives:

Representing a co-ordinate branch of the State Govern-
ment, and in accordance with the mandate of Section 9
of Article 4 of the Constitution, I have the honor of
advising you at the beginning of this Legislative session
concerning the condition of the State and of suggesting
for your consideration measures which I believe should
receive your serious attention.
My object in appearing before you in person, rather










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than following the age-old custom of addressing a mes-
sage, is for the purpose of establishing at the very
beginning of the session a personal contact between the
Executive and Legislative branches of the State Govern-
ment, which I believe essential if the best results are to
be obtained.

CONDITION OF THE STATE

The financial condition of the State is sound. Her tax-
supported institutions are functioning efficiently and
funds appropriated for their support are being adminis-
tered economically. Such conditions must be gratifying
to the citizens of the State.
For detailed statement and figures you are respectfully
referred to the reports of Cabinet Officers, Administrative
Boards, and Heads of Departments. These reports have
been prepared with painstaking care and at great ex-
pense. The information contained is reliable, compre-
hensive, clear, and is for your use. Therefore, examine
and study these documents, not only that you may be-
come familiar with the conditions of the State, but that
you may understand better the operations of the State
Government. On behalf of those officials submitting
these reports, I commend them to you. There is no justi-
fication in taxing your patience in this address with a
recitation of. their contents. There will be placed on the
desk of each Senator and Representative, for his con-
venience, a copy of the report of each Department.

OPPORTUNITY TO SERVE

Gentlemen of the Legislature, I congratulate you upon
your opportunity to serve your State in this, in many
respects, the most interesting period of her history.
Youis is a privilege that has rarely fallen to the lot of
law-makers. Our State is on the threshold of an era of
prosperity and development unparalleled in all of her
history. People full of hope and expectancy are pouring
into Florida from every quarter of the Nation, attracted
by her unexcelled climate, her educational, her social
and her material advantages.
You have assembled here to enact legislation for the
common good and the happiness of our people. But I










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would remind you that our danger does not lie in the
path of too little, but in too much, legislation.
Florida needs capital, and must have it, in the building
and establishing of her industries. She needs labor, also,
and must have it. One without the other, though in
abundance, will not suffice. There must be cooperation
between capital and labor, and no statute should be
enacted inimical to either. Unwise legislation should
receive no consideration at your hands. Legislation
drawn solely in the interest of one group of our citizens
should find a cool reception. I would caution you to be
on your guard. Eterrial vigilance will prove to be the
price of Florida's development and greatness. Therefore,
study well and with scrutinizing care the provisions of
every measure proposed. Do not be afraid to withhold
the stamp of your approval from any measure introduced
if it bears the ear-marks of "special legislation." When
in doubt, give the people of the whole State the benefit
of the doubt.
Unfortunately, some people seem to think that legis-
lation is a panacea for every ill with which the State, or
body politic, is afflicted. Not true; nothing can be more
detrimental to the prosperity and development of the
State than half-baked, carelessly-drawn and hastily-
enacted legislation. Law should be designed to protect
the individual and society, personal and property rights.
You can never make people good, happy or wealthy by
legislation. Paternalism is foreign to the Anierican prin-
ciple of Government. Individual responsibility is the
essence and the underlying principle of our theory of
Government.
I have faith in the judgment, honesty and the ability
of the people's representatives in this Legislature. And
while I shall recommend, as provided by the Constitution,
certain measures, I shall not attempt to dictate to you
in matters of legislation. I shall not hold secret caucuses
behind closed doors for the purpose of organizing legis-
lative blocs to put through pet measures; nor shall I at
anytime attempt to wield a big stick over the law-making
body. The Constitution and the Statutes of the State
define the powers, privileges, prerogatives and responsi-
bilities of each branch of the State Government. The
Executive branch will not enroach upon the Legislative.
Finally, each branch is responsible to the people for the
manner in which it discharges its duty. I wish you to










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understand, however, that the Governor is ready to co-
operate with you and assist you in every possible way.
Our people do not want wrangling, but deeds that will
produce results. Let us not disappoint those who have
imposed their trust in us.

LEGISLATION

I believe, Gentlemen, that you should adopt a well-
defined, definite, progressive legislative program which
will embrace measures of importance to the whole State,
and apply yourselves assiduously and earnestly to the
task of translating this program into law, rather than
attempting a multiplicity of experimental and doubtful
measures with speculative results. Mark your goal and
steer for it with compass precision.
The program that the Governor would respectfully
recommend falls under two heads as follows:
(a) Roads, Education, Drainage of the Ever-
glades, Taxation, Re-apportionment.
(b) Revision or Amendment of the law reg-
ulating speed and traffic on public highways,
Industrial Survey, Fish and Game, Regulating
Shipment of Green Fruit and Marketing of our
Products, Free Text Books in Public Schools,
East Coast Canal, Establishing of Industrial
Plants in the State Institutions under the Control
and Management of the Board of Commissioners
of State Institutions, Revamped Corporation
Laws, Place Management and Control of Florida
Farm Colony for the Feebleminded and Epileptic
under the Board of Commissioners of State
Institutions, Creation of Commission to study
and investigate Legal Procedure in this State
and to Make Recommendations for Amendment
and Revision, Creation of Courts of Domestic
Relations in the Larger Counties in Conjunction
with Juvenile Courts therein, Appropriation of
$2,000.00 to pay costs of Removing Florida's
Allotment of World War Relies and Trophies
from Washington to Florida for Distribution,
Approval of the Budget prepared by the Budget
Commission, Requiring Tax Collectors when giv-
ing receipt for County and State Taxes to write










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out distinctly the amount of each separately that
the tax payer may know the amount that he is
paying to County and State in Taxes, Repeal of
that part of Chapter 9364, Acts of 1923, requir-
ing the Court to Charge the Jury before Argu-
ment of Counsel, Cold Storage Plants.

ROADS

Everybody believes in good roads; that a system of
hard-surfaced highways will hasten as nothing else the
development of Florida. The people are willing to be
taxed for the thing that they know will enhance the
value of their property and make life happier.
It is estimated that the State Road Department will
have from present sources of revenue for road construc-
tion during 1925 approximately Eight Million Dollars.
The Department as an organization can, it is believed,
spend with satisfactory results not more than Twelve
Million Dollars annually. To attain the maximum speed,
therefore, in our road building program, the State's
present revenue should be augmented Four Million Dol-
lars and the Legislature should find some way to raise
this additional amount. I would suggest for your con-
sideration that the present rate on gasoline be increased,
that a slight increase be made in the automobile license
tax. and that a tax be placed on lubricating oils. There
is no tax on lubricating oils and it seems not illogical
that one be levied. The license tax on automobiles in
Florida is lower than is imposed in a great many of
the States. A heavier tax should be placed on trucks
used in the transportation of freight and busses for pas-
senger service. The wear of our public highways from
the operation of these heavy trucks and busses is much
greater than results from the use of lighter-weight cars
and vehicles. They should, therefore, be required to
pay a proportionately higher tax.
It is my opinion that it will be more economical in
the end to increase present rates of taxation as suggested
than to bond the State for roads, considering the amount
in interest that would have to be paid during the life
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EDUCATION

It hardly seems necessary to emphasize the importance
of making adequate provision for our public schools. It
is common knowledge, however, that there is in the
majority of the counties of the State a serious shortage
of facilities, a lack of proper equipment, and a very low
percentage of trained and qualified teachers, due in a
large measure to the small salaries paid. Children in the
rural districts are the principal sufferers. The rural
schools in Florida, with undertrained and underpaid
teachers, I am advised, are on the retrograde. This is a
sad commentary upon our people and it is time for an
awakening.
We can never hope to build permanently on ignorance.
Besides, justice and fairness cry out from these remote
and neglected corners to you and to me to give these
children a chance for that which is inalienably theirs-
an education.
Many sources of revenue have been suggested. There
are those who would place a tax on so-called luxuries
and others who would amend the Constitution to give
the Legislature authority to appropriate money for the
support of rural schools from the State Treasury. At
present I am trying to afford a measure of relief through
tax equalization. If only the tax assessors of the coun-
ties will assess the property, there will be more revenue
for schools. This is the practical solution of the problem
in the larger and more wealthy counties. In the smaller
and poorer counties sufficient revenue for operating the
schools cannot be had outside of State aid or support,
even though the property be assessed at its full cash
value in these counties. We shall, therefore, have to find
means other than the raising of values in these counties.
Education in a democracy like ours is not a local
question.
Gentlemen, you are aware of the conditions. Take
hold of this problem seriously. In comparison, no other
subject approaches it in importance.
The State Superintendent of Public Instruction, an
experienced educator and school administrator, after
much study and investigation, is making to the Legis-
lature recommendations for the improvement of the
schools. Coming from one who has made a life study of
the subject, and who is familiar with the conditions and











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needs of our public schools, Mr. Cawthon's recommenda-
tions cannot fail to receive sympathetic consideration at
your hands.
I am vitally concerned over the situation. I need not
here say more.

DRAINAGE OF THE EVERGLADES

The State is definitely committed to the reclamation
of this vast domain, larger in area than the States of
Connecticut and Rhode Island combined. The project is
of gigantic proportions and already millions of dollars
have been expended upon the undertaking. Many more
millions will be required before it is completed. There
can be no turning back. Finance and more finance is
the problem confronting the Drainage Board and is one
for the Legislature to deal with. The Drainage Board,
after exhaustive study and investigation of the problems
involved, has prepared and unanimously approved cer-
tain measures which will be submitted to you for your
consideration and which the members of this Board
believe will provide the necessary funds to speed up this
important work.

TAXATION

I approach this subject with a feeling of humble
trepidation. We all realize that our tax system is anti-
quated and that conditions are in a confused state. We
are at the same time conscious of our limitations to deal
satisfactorily with the subject. To my mind we should
direct our efforts chiefly at this time to bringing about
a more equitable assessment as among individual tax-
payers and greater uniformity of assessment among the
counties of the State. You are familiar with my recent
efforts in this direction. There will be no let up as long
as the present gross and flagrant inequalities exist.
No doubt, new sources of taxation will be suggested
in measures that will be presented to the Legislature;
but it occurs to me, after an intensive study of condi-
tions, that equalization is the thing most practical and
desirable. I would like to call your attention, however,
to the amendment to the State Constitution, approved
in the November general election, conferring upon the
Legislature the power to levy a tax upon intangibles.











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This comes to you as a mandate from the people, and
you will, in dealing with the tax question, consider it
as such. Intangibles have never been taxed in this State.

REAPPORTIONMENT

Gentlemen, you have also received a mandate from the
people to reapportion the State, guaranteeing to every
section a fair representation in the Legislature. I urge
you to speedily translate this will of the people as ex-
pressed at the polls into law. The course has been plainly
charted and directions given. This plain duty can neither
be shirked nor the responsibility imposed evaded.

REGULATION OF SPEED AND TRAFFIC ON
PUBLIC HIGHWAYS

Our speed and traffic laws need amending. As it is,
there is a lack of uniformity and interpretation in the
enforcement of existing regulations, which has resulted
in confusion and uncertainty, to say nothing of the
embarrassment and indignities to which motorists have
in- many counties and. communities of the State been
subjected. In some counties conditions have grown to
be intolerable. I have no patience with the reckless and
heedless diiver of a motor car, but the foolish indis-
eretions of road patrolmen should be stopped and they
be required to exercise judgment and common sense in
the discharge of their duties. I would suggest that the
speed limit be increased to thirty-five or forty miles per
hour on public highways and a uniform rate of twenty
miles per hour be fixed for State Roads through all
municipalities.
In the preparation of any statute or amendment on
this subject, the safety and protection of the public
should be the primary consideration.

INDUSTRIAL SURVEY

That the manufacturing and industrial possibilities
of the State may be known, I would recommend for your
serious consideration the advisability of providing for
an industrial survey of her natural resources by a com-
petent commission. The natural resources of Florida











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have never been prospected, though it is the opinion of
many that the State is rich in minerals and other com-
modities valuable for industrial purposes.

FISH AND GAME
Florida's fish and game constitutes one of the State's
most valuable commercial assets, as well as one of her
greatest out-door attractions. Our fresh and salt water
fish should be conserved and the supply increased by
the employment of scientific methods of propagation.
Hatcheries should be established and replenishing done
where the species have become extinct or depleted.
Measures have been prepared looking toward the pro-
tl-tion of the State's fresh-water fish and game and
providing for Mie closing and restocking in turn of the
lakes that the supply may be replenished. Through the
administration of the general fish and oyster law, salt-
water fish and oysters have been very well protected
and reservedd. Our game and fresh-water fish have not
been protected and it is doubtful if the present law can
be made effective. I would, therefore, recommend the
creation of a separate department to have jurisdiction
over fresh water fish and game.
As stated, measures will be presented for your con-
siderat on incorporating these ideas.

REGULATING SHIPMENT OF GREEN FRUIT AND
MARKETING OF OUR PRODUCTS

A careful study should be made of the shipping and
marketing of our fruits and vegetables. Much complaint
has been made to me about the shipping of green citrus
fruit and the crude marketing methods in the State.
Citrus fruits and vegetables constitute one of the State's
most valuable resources. In fact, the two combined are
the most valuable from a money-producing standpoint.
I recommend that a committee be appointed to make a
thorough and exhaustive investigation of the conditions
under which the shipping and marketing of our fruits
and vegetables is conducted,-this committee to report
to the Legislature and to incorporate in a bill their re-
commendations for the regulating and controlling of
this situation. The desired results might be as effectively
accomplished by revamping or amending the present












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law. I consider the matter of the greatest importance,
and it is in your hands to be dealt with as may to you
seem wise and expedient.

FREE TEXT BOOKS IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS
The means for an education should not be withheld
from any child. It is a fact that many parents are unable
to provide their children with the necessary text books.
The State has adopted, and wisely, the policy of com-
pelling all children within certain ages to attend school.
It seems logical that the State should furnish the children
with the necessary tools to obtain an education. I would,
therefore, recommend that the Legislature consider the
advisability of passing the necessary legislation to carry
with it suitable appropriation to provide all children
attending public school in this State with free text books.
In dealing with this subject, if the Legislature feels dis-
posed to accept my recommendation, it would perhaps
be well to limit the issuing of books the first few years
to the first three or four grades in the elementary
schools, gradually extending the plan to include all
grades through the high school.
EAST COAST CANAL
I recommend the creation of a commission with suit-
able appropriation to make a complete physical and
economical survey of the Florida Coast Line Canal, with
authority to make a full report of its findings and re-
commendations to the Governor as to what steps should
be taken to make this waterway one of the State's main
arteries of commerce.

ESTABLISHING OF INDUSTRIAL PLANTS IN THE
STATE INSTITUTIONS UNDER THE CONTROL
AND MANAGEMENT OF THE BOARD OF COM-
MISSIONERS OF STATE INSTITUTIONS.

The State Institutions under the control and manage-
ment of the Board of Commissioners of State Institutions
for our unfortunate are: The Florida State Hospital for
the Insane, Chattahoochee; The Florida State Farm, Rai-
ford; The Florida Industrial School for Girls, Ocala;
and The Florida Industrial School for Boys, Marianna.
These institutions are maintained at great expense to












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the taxpayers of the State, without any expectation of
a return, except the return to society rehabilitated of
the unfortunates committed to the institutions. I believe
that these unfortunate people, however, can be given
helpful employment that will prove beneficial to them
and at the same time yield considerable revenue to be
applied to reducing the cost to the people of maintaining
the institutions. I would, therefore, recommend that the
Legislature make suitable appropriation to enable the
Board to install and equip in these institutions such
inldustlvial plants as in the wisdom and judgment of its
membership would prove profitable in reducing the cost
to the people of maintaining these institutions. The re-
habilitation of the inmates would be materially advanced
by giving them wholesome employment.

REVAMP CORPORATION LAWS
consideration should be given to amending our general
coi'por'ition laws so as to make it attractive for business
people to incorporate and transact business in Florida
under the most favorable conditions, thus making the
most of our favored position as well as producing addi-
tional revenues without being burdensome to the cor-
poration.
PLACE MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL OF THE
FLORIDA FARM COLONY FOR THE FEEBLE-
MINDED AND EPILEPTIC UNDER THE BOARD
OF COMMISSIONERS OF STATE INSTITUTIONS.
I recommend that the Florida Farm Colony for the
Feeble-minded and Epileptic be placed under the control
of the Board of Conmmissioners of State Institutions as
are the Florida State Hospital for the Insane, The
Florida State Farm, The Florida Industrial School for
Girls, and The Florida Industrial School for Boys. There
seems no good reason why this institution should be
operating under a separate Board and our people bur-
dened with the additional expense.
CREATION OF COMMISSION TO STUDY AND IN-
VESTIGATE LEGAL PROCEDURE IN THIS
STATE AND TO MAKE RECOMMENDATIONS
FOR AMENDMENT AND REVISION.
Numerous complaints have come to me with reference
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both civil and criminal, throughout the State. Nothing
contributes more to our civic pride and well-being than
a prompt administration of our civil and criminal
statutes.
With a view of removing the cause for these com-
plaints, I recommend that a commission be created and
authorized to make a thorough study and examination
of our means 'and system for meting out justice, and
make a full report of its findings to the Governor before
the convening of the next session of the Legislature.

CREATION OF COURTS OF DOMESTIC RELATIONS
IN THE LARGER COUNTIES IN CONJUNCTION
WITHI JUVENILE COURTS THEREIN.

Many suggestions have come to me from very worthy
citizens regarding the advisability of creating courts of
domestic relations in certain counties of the State. I
have given these suggestions careful consideration and
for the present recommend, if consistent with the Con-
stitutions's mandate on the subject, that the jurisdiction
of our Juvenile Courts be enlarged in order to perform
the functions of Courts of Domestic Relations.

APPROPRIATION OF $2,000.00 TO PAY COSTS OF
REMOVING FLORIDA'S ALLOTMENT OF WORLD
WAR RELICS AND TROPHIES FROM WASHING-
TON TO FLORIDA FOR DISTRIBUTION.

I would recommend the appropriation of $2,000.00 to
pay the cost of removing Florida's allotment of World
War relics and trophies from Washington to St. Augus-
tine, or to some other point in the State more central.
Cities receiving relics from the State's allotment should
be required' to pay transportation charges from this cen-
tral depot to point of destination.

APPROVAL OF THE BUDGET PREPARED BY THE
BUDGET COMMISSION

In the public mind there are two kinds of economy:
penurious, penny-wise economy, which when practiced
impairs the efficiency and effectiveness of Government.
This is false economy. And economy free from extra-
vagance and yet permitting the expenditure of the neces-












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sary money to bring about the highest degree of effi-
ciency attainable. This is true economy.
The directors of any going, successful business con-
cern would without hesitancy adopt the latter, and apply
the principle in the management of the business of the
corporation. The State should be equally wise. In the
preparation of the budget as provided, by law much
time was devoted to a study of the operation, needs and
requirements of the many departments of the State
Government. At no time in its deliberations did this
commission lose sight of or overlook the fact that its
members were representing the people. The State's re-
sources were taken into account, its ability to pay, etc.
After days and nights of arduous labor, the work of the
commission was finally completed and its report is ready
to be presented to your Honorable body. I wish here to
state that it was the unanimous opinion of the members
of the Budget Commission that salaries of the State's
employees should be increased and they given remunera-
tion more in keeping with the duties required and the
increased cost of living. While guided in the discharge
of our duty by the interest of the taxpayers of the State,
it is our opinion that the people of Florida do not wish
those who are serving them in public office to do so at
a niggardly salary. Speaking on behalf of the commis-
sion, of which the Governor is Chairman, I trust your
views on this subject may be in harmony with ours, and
that you will approve the report.

REQUIRING TAX COLLECTORS WHEN GIVING RE-
CEIPT FOR COUNTY AND STATE TAXES TO
WRITE OUT DISTINCTLY THE AMOUNT OF
EACH SEPARATELY THAT TAXPAYER MAY
KNOW THE AMOUNT THAT HE IS PAYING TO
COUNTY AND STATE IN TAXES.

The tax laws should be so amended as to require,
SPECIFICALLY, Tax Collectors, when issuing receipts,
to separate county and state taxes and enter the amount
paid in each in separate and distinct columns, that the
taxpayer may see at a glance the exact amount he is
contributing in taxes to the support of the State and
County. I find that there is much misunderstanding as
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There are those who seem to think that high taxes are
due entirely to extravagance of the State Government,
while the contrary is true.

REPEAL OF THAT PART OF CHAPTER 9364, ACTS
OF 1923, REQUIRING THE COURT TO CHARGE
THE JURY BEFORE ARGUMENT OF
COUNSEL

I recommend that that part of Chapter 9364, Acts of
1923, requiring the court, in all trials, to charge the jury
at the conclusion of the evidence and before the argu-
ment of counsel, be repealed. I am in thorough accord
with the spirit of our law that accords every one charged
with crime a constitutional trial, but I am opposed to
every proposition that makes it easy for the criminal to
escape justice. Mr. Chief Justice Taft said recently that
the administration of our criminal statutes was a disgrace
to any civilized country. I am fully convinced that the
repeated passage of such Acts as the foregoing, which
have the effect of making concessions to law-breakers, is
responsible for what there is of this condition in our
State.

COLD STORAGE PLANTS

Florida spends millions of dollars annually for eggs,
meat, butter, cheese, lard and kindred products shipped
in from other States. This ought not to be with all of
the fine agricultural lands in this State capable of pro-
ducing in large quantity these food products. I would
recommend the passage of a law permitting counties to
erect and operate cold storage plants, that the farmers
in the agricultural sections of West and Central Florida
may have facilities for the storing of products to await
favorable marketing conditions.

CONCLUSION

Gentlemen, concluding, I wish to reiterate that it is
the sincere desire of the Executive to co-operate fully
with the Legislative branch of the Government, observ-
ing scrupulously and respecting throughout the constitu-
tional boundary that separates the functions and prerog-
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your deliberations be happy to advise with you relative
to legislation, but shall at no time attempt to force my
views upon you. Each is responsible to the people for
the manner in which he discharges his duty. The people
sent us here, and to them and our conscience we must
give an accounting. Unfortunately, people have formed
the habit in this country of speaking lightly and sneer-
ingly of legislatures, and sometimes, no doubt, with
justification, but as often without reason.
I trust that this Legislature may prove to be the ex-
ception. But regardless of whether you receive the
plaudits and approbation of your constituents, I earnest-
ly hope that this Legislature will make a record for dis-
patch and sane legislation unequalled by any of its pre-
decessors. In this connection permit me to earnestly
insist that you take up in the beginning, and put through
as speedily as possible, consistent with a proper con-
sideration before enacting them into law, measures which
may be considered of major importance, viz.: Good
Roads, Education, Taxation, Drainage of the Ever-
glades, and Re-apportionment. Having disposed of these,
you will find it comparatively easy to get through with
that part of your program which will follow. Remember
time lost in the beginning can never be regained.
Closing, let us draw very near together, and here
solemnly dedicate ourselves, and wholly, to an honest,
courageous discharge of duty; let us, with no hope of
reward, except a consciousness of having done our duty,
consecrate our energy and all the ability we possess dur-
ing the sixty days that lie ahead of us to the public
service, so that it can be said of us when the sun reaches
the meridian and the clock marks the close of the session,
"they have kept the faith."
Now, Gentlemen, having informed you concerning the
conditions of the State, and having recommended the
measures I have deemed expedient, I shall withdraw, but
not in seclusion. The Executive Offices will be open to
you at all times and the Governor and his office force
will be at your service. The Chief Executive wants to
work with the Legislature and not in opposition to it.
Devoted to my State's every interest and conscious of
the grave responsibilities resting upon me as Governor,
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At the conclusion of the Governor's address, the joint
session rose and the Senate withdrew to its chamber.

Thereupon the House resumed its deliberations.
The roll was called and the following members answered
to their names:
Mr. Speaker: Messrs. Allen, Bell, Bishop, Branch,
Brock, Bryant, Bullard, Busto, Byrd, Carroll, Carver,
Combs, Craig, Crews, Davis, Dew, Doty, Douglass, DuVall,
Eaton, Elliott, Ellis, Evans, Ezell, Fletcher, Fox, Frisbee,
Garrett, Getzen, Godwin, Greene, Harrell, Harris, Harri-
son, Hendry (Lee), Hendry (Taylor), Hunter, Jennings,
Johns, Kemp, Kendrick, Kennedy, Kepler, Kurtz, Levins,
Lyles, McCall, McCracken, McElya, MacKenzie (Lake),
McKenzie (Putnam), McLeran, McSween, May, Moore,
Morgan, Mountain, Parrish, Petree, Philips, Register, Sav-
age, Shelley, Smith, Stokes, Stone, Strom, Taylor (High-
lands), Taylor (Hillsborough), Trueman, Tucker, Turn-
bull, Victor, Watson, Waybright, Weeks, Weidling, West,
Wester, Wetherington (Hamilton), Whitaker, Whitty,
Williams, Witherington (Orange), Young-86.
A quorum present.
Mr. Davis moved that the Governor's message be spread
upon the journal and referred to the Select Committee
heretofore appointed for consideration of the same.
Which was agreed to.

INTRODUCTION OF RESOLUTIONS.

By Mr. Hunter of Marion-
House Resolution No. 7:
Be it resolved by the House of Representatives, That
each member of the House shall be authorized to prepare
and hand in a list of, not exceeding 20 names per member,
to whom shall be mailed, at the expense of the State, copy
of the official journal of the House each day, and that the
necessary expense to be incurred for postage and wrapping
for mailing said journals is hereby authorized and ap-
proved. The mailing of said journal shall be under the
supervision of the Journal Clerk, whose duty it shall be to
see that this resolution is carried out, and he shall have the
right to call to his assistance any of the men employed as
verifiers when such are not otherwise engaged in perform-
ing their duty with the Engrossing and Enrolling Com-
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Which was read.
Mr. Hunter moved the adoption of the resolution.
Mr. Strom offered the following amendment to the reso-
lution:
Strike out the figure "20" where the same occurs and
insert in lieu thereof the figure "10."
Mr. Strom moved the adoption of the amendment.
Mr. Taylor (Hillsborough) moved that the amendment
be laid on the table.
Which was agreed to.
The question recurred upon the adoption of the resolu-
tion.
The resolution was adopted.

By Mr. Watson, of Orange-
House Resolution No. 8:
Resolved, That the House of Representatives of the
Florida Legislature desires to express their thanks and
appreciation to the Tallahassee Country Club for the
courtesies extended by inviting the members to make
themselves at home at their club house and use of the
golf links.
Which was read.
Mr. Watson moved the adoption of the resolution.
Which was agreed to.

By Mr. Davis, of Leon--
House Resolution No. 9:
Be it resolved by the House, That the Speaker appoint
a standing Committee on Citrus Fruits, and that the
Rules Committee be instructed to include such committee
in the List of Standing Committees of the House.
Which was read.
Mr. Davis moved the adoption of the resolution.
Which was agreed to.

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES

The following report of a Special Committee was re-
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House of Representatives,
Tallahassee, Fla., April 7, 1925.
Hon. A. Y. Milam,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
Sir:
Your Committee on Efficiency, appointed by you by and
under authority of House Resolution No. 2, beg leave to
report that they have examined all applicants applying to
them for examination, as to their proficiency as stenog-
raphers, typists, and verifiers, and that from the result of
said examination, we find the following persons to be pro-
ficient stenographers and shorthand writers, to-wit:
May Cumba, Mrs. Louise R. Bevis, Gertrude C. Finnegan,
Jean Neal, Mr. Edward Fetter, Mrs. Josie Wells, Mrs. C.
D. Burr, Mrs. R. E. Townsend, Mrs. Nell Ragsdale, Mrs. L.
A. Barlow, Lucille Mills, Mrs. Laura Richardson, Mrs.
Leona McElwaine, Mr. W. F. Deming, Ester Maige, Miss
Sarah Russell, Mrs. Sam Bennett, Mrs. G. B. Hart.
The committee recommends that each of the foregoing
stenographers and shorthand writers be employed, to take
effect April 7, 1925, as House stenographers for the 1925
session, and that their regular pay be fixed at $6.00 per
day.
Your committee further advises, from the examinations,
that the following typists and verifiers made a grade of
excellent, to-wit:
Lilian Mickler, Laura Mae Wells, Mrs. L. W. Seabrook,
Clyde Coggins, Nan Houstoun, Ethel McDaniel, Gladys
Crawford, Nellie Rayburn, Mrs. S. W. Getzen, Stella Har-
roll, Mrs. Sarah Roberts, Mrs. Mildred Shepard, Elizabeth
Meadows.
We further find, from said examinations, that the fol-
lowing are qualified as second-class typists:
Mrs. R. E. Boykin, Miss Louise Boylston, Mrs. A. C.
McCullars, Dexter Lowry, Mrs. C. F. Kinsey, J. W. Bevis,
Jr., J. M. Crumpton, C. J. Butler.
We recommend that three typists of the first-class list
be immediately employed, to be assigned to the Engrossing
Committee, and three typists to be assigned to the Enroll-
ing Committee, the selection of said typists to. be made by
said respective committees from the lists of qualified typists
and verifiiers hereinbefore set forth under the heading of
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We further recommend that Dexter Lowry, J. W. Bevis,
Jr., J. M. Crumption and C. J. Butler be employed as
verifiers for the Enrolling and Engrossing Committees and
assigned to said committees for immediate duty.
Respectfully submitted,
A. W. WEEKS,
Chairman Efficiency Committee.
Mr. Weeks moved the adoption of the report of the
committee and the recommendations therein contained.
Which was agreed to.

READING OF COMMUNICATIONS

The following communication was received and read:

State of Florida,

Office of the Attorney General.

Tallahassee, April 7, 1925.

Han. A. Y. Milam,
Speaker, House of Representatives,
Tallahassee, Fla.

Dear Sir:

In compliance with the provisions of Section 104, Re-
vised General Statutes, 1920, I hereby recommend Mrs.
Mary M. Meginniss as a person experienced in indexing
to supervise and assist the respective clerks of each
branch of the Legislature having such work in hand in
making the index for both House and Senate Journals
during the 1925 Session of the Legislature.
Very respectfully,
RIVERS BUFORD,
Attorney General.

The Speaker announced the appointment of Nathan
Jones as Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms under the provisions
of House Resolution No. 1.

The Chief Clerk announced that under the provisions of
House Resolution No. 4, he has appointed Mrs. Josie Wells
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Mr. Davis moved that when the House adjourns today
it adjourn to meet tomorrow at three o'clock P. M.
Which was agreed to.

By unanimous consent-
Messrs Philips and Kepler were excused from further
attendance on the House until Monday, April 13, 1925.

Mr. McElya moved that the House do now adjourn.
Which was agreed to.

Thereupon at 1:07 o'clock P. M., the House adjourned
until Thursday, April 9, 1925, at 3 o'clock P. M.











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Thursday, April 9, 1925



The House was called to order by the Speaker at 3
o'clock P. M.

The roll was called and the following members answered
to their names:
Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Allen, Bell, Bishop, Branch, Brock,
Bryant, Bullard, Busto, Byrd, Carroll, Carver, Combs,
Craig, Crews, Davis, Dew, Doty, Douglass, DuVall, Eaton,
Elliott, Ellis, Evans, Ezell, Fletcher, Fox, Frisbee, Garrett,
Getzen, Godwin, Greene, Harrell, Harris, Harrison, Hen-
dry (Lee), Hendry (Taylor), Hunter, Jennings, Johns,
Kemp, Kendrick, Kennedy, Kurtz, Levins, Lyles, McCall,
McCracken, McElya MacKenzie (Lake), McKenzie (Put-
nam), McLeran, McSween, May, Moore, Morgan, Moun-
tain, Parrish, Petree, Register, Savage, Shelley, Smith,
Stokes, Stone, Strom. Taylor (Highlands), Taylor (Hills-
borough), Trueman, Tucker, Turnbull, Victor, Watson,
Waybright, Weeks, Weidling,.West, Wester, Wetherington
(Hamilton), Whitaker, Whitty, Williams, Witherington
(Orange), Young--84.

A quorum present.

Prayer by the Chaplain.

The daily Journals for Tuesday, April 7, 1925, and
Wednesday, April 8, 1925, were corrected and approved
as corrected.

The Speaker announced the appointment of the follow-
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HOUSE COMMITTEES FOR 1925 SESSION OF
THE LEGISLATURE.



COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE.

W. B. Bishop, Chairman.
S. H. Strom.
C. H. Register.
Roscoe Carver.
F. L. Byrd.
W. A. West.
D. H. Petree.
G. W. Greene.
J. E. Whitty.

COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS.

A. H. Williams, Chairman.
J. J. Parrish.
W. B. Bishop.
E. C. May.
J. D. Smith.
W. O. DuVall.
S. J. Ellis.
H. S. McKenzie.
B. K. Bullard.

COMMITTEE ON BANKS AND LOANS.

C. P. Weidling, Chairman.
Shelton Phillips.
J. J. Parrish.
B. K. Bullard.
A. W. Young.
E. L. Eaton.
J. R. Doty.
J. A. Taylor.
A. N. Turnbull.











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COMMITTEE ON CANALS AND DRAINAGE.
M. S. McCracken, Chairman.
L. W. Jennings.
Peter Kendrick.
A. W. Young.
Norris McElya.
J. R. Doty.
R. E. Kurtz.
L. A. Hendry.
Frank C. Miorgan.

COMMITTEE ON CENSUS AND APPORTIONMENT.
J. A. Taylor, Chairman.
W. T. Hendry.
Thos. W. Bryant.
I. N. Kennedy.
S. D. Harris.
Norris McElya.
W. A. West.
Fred H. Davis.
W. B. Bishop.

COMMITTEE ON CITRUS FRUITS.
R. J. Kepler, Chairman.
James Mountain.
W. A. MacKenzie.
John A. Taylor.
J. D. Smith.
J. J. Parrish.
L. A. Hendry.
Joseph Crews.
W. D. Bell.
COMMITTEE ON CITY AND TOWN ORGANIZATION.
Louis Victor, Chairman.
C. A. Savage.
M. S. McCracken.
Frank X. Carroll.
Lewis Combs.
Norris McElya.
J. F. Busto.
Edgar W. Waybright.
R. D. Craig.












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COMMITTEE ON CLAIMS&
E. M. Johns, Chairman.
Edgar W. Waybright.
J. E. Whitty.
E. C. May.
J. D. Smith.
T. C. Douglass.
H. H. Witherington.
L. V. Trueman.
Roscoe Carver.

COMMITTEE ON COMMERCE AND NAVIGATION.
Frank X. Carroll, Chairman.
H. L. Ezell.
J. Ed. Stokes.
J. W. Shelley.
S. D. Harris.
S. G Allen.
E. R. L. Moore.
M. S. McCracken.
C. P. Weidling.

COMMITTEE ON CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS.
E. W. Waybright, Chairman.
Thos. W. Bryant.
S. H. Strom.
C. A. Savage.
F. L. Byrd.
S. C. Fox.
H. S. McKenzie.
J. Ed. Stokes.
A. H. Williams.

COMMITTEE ON CONVICTS.
J. H. Harrell, Chairman.
I. N. Kennedy.
C. H. Register.
W. 0. DuVall.
Roscoe Carvet.
W. A. West.
J. E. Whitty.
Frank C. Morgan.
C. H. Taylor.












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COMMITTEE ON CORPORATIONS.
S. W. Getzen, Chairman.
E. M. Johns.
B. K. Bullard.
Norris McElya
L. W. Jennings.
I. J. McCall.
A. N. Turnbull.
C. H. Evans.
W. P. Watson.

COMMITTEE ON COUNTY OFFICIALS.
Norris McElya, Chairman
Pat C. Whitaker.
W. O. DuVall.
J. Ed Stokes.
R. E. Kurtz.
Edgar W. Waybright.
L. A. Hendry.
Louis Victor.
H. C. Garrett.

COMMITTEE ON COUNTY ORGANIZATION.
A. W. Young Chairman.
Frank C. Morgan.
E. M. Johns.
J. F. Busto.
S. W. Getzen.
Theo Levins.
R. J. Kepler.
M. S. McCracken.
James Mountain.

COMMITTEE ON COUNTY ROADS AND BRIDGES.
W. A. West, Chairman.
J. B. Wetherington.
B. M. Frisbee.
C. A. Savage.
Peter Kendrick.
S. W. Getzen.
Rufus Tucker.
W. W. Wester.
C. H. Taylor.











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COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION.

W. A. MacKenzie, Chairman.
S. J. Ellis.
Shelton Phillips.
H. L. Ezell.
Edwin S. Dew.
W. H. Branch.
Roscoe Carver.
J. W. Shelly.
S. G. Allen.

COMMITTEE ON EFFICIENCY.

A. W. Weeks, Chairman.
Fred H. Davis.
C. W. Hunter.
W. A. MacKenzie.
J. Ed Stokes.

COMMITTEE ON ENGROSSED BILLS.

Frank L. Byrd, Chairman.
Louis Victor.
W. B. Bishop.
S. W. Getzen.
J. E. Whitty.
M. C. Garrett.
C. W. Hunter.
G. W. Greene.
C. H. Evans.

COMMITTEE ON ENROLLED BILLS.

C. H. Taylor, Chairman.
J. H. Harrell.
J. Ed Stokes.
E. R. L. Moore.
C. H. Register.
R. K. Elliott.
J. R. Lyles.
R. D. Craig.
Rufus Tucker.











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COMMITTEE ON EXPENSE OF EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.
I. J. McCall, Chairman.
C. W. Hunter.
T. A. Fletcher.
D. H. Petree.
J. C. McSween.
L. A. Brock.
W. P. Watson.
Frank X. Carroll.
Lewis Combs.

COMMITTEE ON FINANCE AND TAXATION.
H. S. McKenzie, Chairman.
W. T. Hendry.
W. B. Bishop.
J. R. Lyles.
W. A. MacKenzie.
A. W. McLeran.
R. K. Elliott.
A. W. Weeks.
W. P. Watson.

COMMITTEE ON FISHERIES.
H. L. Ezell, Chairman.
L. W. Jennings.
J. W. Shelley.
Frank X. Carroll.
Shelton Phillips.
H. S. McKenzie.
W. H. Branch.
E. R. L. Moore.
Frank C. Morgan.

COMMITTEE ON FORESTRY.
A. W. Weeks, Chairman.
W. H. Branch.
W. A. West.
D. H. Petree.
G. W. Greene.
Theo. Levins.
T. C. Douglass.
L. V. Trueman.
J. D. Smith.











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COMMITTEE ON GAME.
J. J. Parrish, Chairman.
H. H. Witherington.
I. N. Kennedy.
Thos. W. Bryant.
M. 0. Harrison.
Edwin S. Dew.
I. J. McCall.
A. N. Turnbull.
T. C. Douglass.

COMMITTEE ON GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE AND ADMINISTRATIVE
REPORTS.
C. W. Hunter, Chairman.
Frank X. Carroll.
A. N. Turnbull.
W. R. Godwin.
C. T. Kemp.
I. D. Stone.
S. C. Fox.
J. R. Doty.
J. R. Lyles.
COMMITTEE ON IMMIGRATION.
W. R. Godiin, Chairman.
Shelton Phillips.
T. A. Fletcher.
W. D. Bell.
W. W. Wester.
S. H. Strom.
Rufus Tucker.
John C. McSween.
L. A. Brock.
COMMITTEE ON INDIAN AFFAIRS.
J. R. Doty, Chairman.
Frank C. Morgan.
C. P. Weidling.
E. L. Eaton.
I. D. Stone.
Joseph Crews.
B. M. Frisbee.
W. A. MacKenzie.
E. S. Dew.











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COMMITTEE ON INSURANCE.

Shelton Phillips, Chairman.
Edgar W. Waybright.
S. W. Getzen.
L. V. Trueman.
L. W. Jennings.
Louis Victor.
Pat Whitaker.
I. N. Kennedy.
F. L. Byrd.

COMMITTEE ON JOURNAL.

E. C. May, Chairman.
L. A. Brock.
L. V. Trueman.
E. L. Eaton.
Theo. Levins.
B. M. Frisbee.
J. B. Wetherington.
S. G. Allen.

COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY "A."

Thos. W. Bryant, Chairman.
I. J. McCall.
E. M. Johns.
J. H. Harrell.
L. V. Trueman.
S. W. Getzen.
A. H. Williams.
M. S. McCracken.
I. D. Stone.

COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY "B."
W. T..Hendry, Chairman.
Edgar W. Waybright.
L. W. Jennings.
R. E. Kurtz.
Joseph Crews.
W. D. Bell.
J. F. Busto.
S. H. Strom.
Norris McElya.











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COMMITTEE ON JUDICIARY "C.
Pat Whitaker, Chairman.
J. Ed. Stokes.
Frank C. Morgan.
E. C. May.
A. W. Weeks.
Fred H. Davis.
C. A. Savage.
L. A. Hendry.
W. B. Bishop.

COMMITTEE ON LEGISLATIVE EXPENSE.
A. W. McLeran, Chairman.
S. W. Getzen.
C. W. Hunter.
A. W. Weeks.
Fred H. Davis.
W. A. MacKenzie.
J. Ed. Stokes.
Thos. W. Bryant.
C. H. Register.
COMMITTEE ON LABOR.
J. R. Lyles, Chairman.
J. H. Harrell.
Frank X. Carroll.
Pat Whitaker.
Edgar W. Waybright.
Louis Victor.
W. W. Wester.
Rufus Tucker.
L. A. Brock.
COMMITTEE ON LIVE STOCK.
W. D. Bell, Chairman.
A. W. Weeks.
W. W. Wester.
W. R. Godwin.
E. L. Eaton.
I. D. Stone.
Frank L. Byrd.
Fred H. Davis.
J. J. Parrish.











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COMMITTEE ON LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
L. A. Brock, Chairman.
B. K. Bullard.
W. W. Wester.
I. D. Stone.
Rufus Tucker.
J. B. Wetherington.
R. K. Elliott.
C. H. Evans.
L. W. Jennings.

COMMITTEE ON MISCELLANEOUS LEGISLATION.
L. V. Trueman, Chairman.
Peter Kendrick.
Frank X. Carroll.
J. R. Doty.
Frank L. Byrd.
T. A. Fletcher.
C. H. Evans.
James Mountain.
A. N. Turnbull.

COMMITTEE ON NATIONAL GUARD AND MILITIA.
Peter Kendrick, Chairman.
Fred H. Davis.
Thos. W. Bryant.
C. W. Hunter.
Frank C. Morgan.
Lewis Combs.
J. F. Busto.
Edwin S. Dew.
L. W. Jennings.
COMMITTEE ON NURSERIES AND PLANT HUSBANDRY,
J. W. Shelley, Chairman.
Theo. Levins.
D. H. Petree.
I. D. Stone.
S. J. Ellis.
W. C. DuVall.
T. C. Douglass.
S. G. Allen.
H. H. Witherington.












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COMMITTEE ON PHOSPHATE AND MINERALS.
B. K. Bullard, Chairman.
Edwin S. Dew.
W. D. Bell.
Joseph Crews.
E. C. May.
C. A. Savage, Jr.
R. K. Elliott.
S. C. Fox.
M. O. Harrison.

COMMITTEE ON PRIVILEGES AND ELECTIONS.
R. E. Kurtz, Chairmin.
Mi. S. McCracken.
B. M. Frisbee.
J. B. Wetherington.
A. H. Williams.
W. H. Branch.
S. C. Fox.
M. 0. Harrison.
C. F. Kemp.

COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS.
J. E. Whitty, Chairman.
A. H. Williams.
J. F. Busto.
H. H. Witherington.
R. D. Craig.
John C. McSween.
A. W. McLeran.
C. M. Kemp.
M. C. Garrett.

COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC HEALTH.
I. N. Kennedy, Chairman.
E. S. Dew.
C. F. Kemp.
S. G. Allen.
A. W. Young.
R. J. Kepler, Jr.,
C. P. Weidling.
E. R. L. Moore.
James Mountain.












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COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC LANDS.
L. W. Jennings, Chairman.
Peter Kendrick.
W. P. Watson.
E. L. Eaton.
J. B. Wetherington.
G. W. Greene.
R. D. Craig.
R. J. Kepler.
John C. McSween.

COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC PRINTING.
Lewis Combs; Chairman.
A. W. McLeran.
H. S. McKenzie.
W. R. Godwin.
S. D. Harris.
M. C. Garrett.
C. P. Weidling.
J. J. Parrish.
T. A. Fletcher.

COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC ROADS AND HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT.
J. Ed Stokes, Chairman.
J. J. Parrish.
E. R. L. Moore.
C. W. Hunter.
M. O. Harrison.
I. N. Kennedy.
Frank C. Morgan.
W. W. Wester.
J. A. Taylor.

COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WELFARE.
E. R. L. Moore, Chairman.
Edwin S. Dew.
Lewis Combs.
Norris McElya.
A. W. McLeran.
S. H. Strom.
W. T. Hendry.
S. D. Harris.
M. O. Harrison.











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COMMITTEE ON RAILROADS, TELEGRAPHS AND TELEPHONES.
J. F. Busto, Chairman.
J. H. Harrell.
R. K. Elliott.
H. L. Ezell.
Louis Victor.
E. M. Johns.
SC. H. Evans.
B. K. Bullard.
S. G. Allen.

COMMITTEE ON RULES.
Fred H. Davis, Chairman.
W. T. Hendry.
J. J. Parrish.
W. D. Bell.
H. S. McKenzie.
Pat Whitaker.
Edgar W. Waybright.
Frank L. Byrd.
John A. Taylor.

COMMITTEE ON STATE INSTITUTIONS.
Edwin S. Dew, Chairman.
E. C. May.
W. W. Wester.
W. 0. DuVall.
W. H. Branch.
Roscoe Carver.
J. R. Lyles.
S. C. Fox.
Joseph Crews.

COMMITTEE ON STATE PENSIONS.
C. H. Register, Chairman.
W. B. Bishop.
S. J. Ellis.
C. A. Savage, Jr.
S. C. Fox.
A. W. McLeran.
A. H. Williams.
C. H. Taylor.
A. W. Young.











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COMMITTEE ON PROHIBITION AND ENFORCEMENT.

S. D. Harris, Chairman.
W. T. Hendry.
Roscoe Carver.
W. A. West.
D. H. Petree.
John A. Taylor.
S. J. Ellis.
A. W. Weeks.
C. H. Taylor.

COMMITTEE ON UNIFORM LAWS.

H. H. Witherington, Chairman.
I. J. McCall.
Theo. Levins.
E. M. Johns.
B. M. Frisbee.
S. H. Strom.
R. E. Kurtz.
James Mountain.
J. D. Smith.

COMMITTEE ON UNFINISHED BUSINESS.

A. N. Turnbull, Chairman.
E. L. Eaton.
C. F. Kemp.
W. P. Watson.
W. R. Godwin.
T. C. Douglass.
R. J. Kepler, Jr.
John C. McSween.
G. W. Greene.











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READING COMMUNICATIONS.

The following communication was received and read:

THE STATE OF FLORIDA.
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE.

Tallahasse, Fla., April 8, 1925.
Hon. A. Y. Milam,
Speaker of the House of Representatives,
Capitol Building.

My dear Mr. Milaim:

Will you be so kind as to announce from your desk that
any member of the Legislature who wishes extra copies of
the book on the desks, entitled "Florida's Resources," may
have them by applying to the Commissioner of Agricul-
ture?* Also, that any friends in or out of the State may
be furnished this booklet, by the name being left with the
Commissioner of Agriculture.
Yours very truly,
NATHAN MAYO,
Commissioner.

Also the following communication was received and
read:

Tallahassee, Fla., April 7, 1925.

Hon. Arthur Y. Milam,
Speaker of the Houtse of Representatives,
Capitol.

Dear Mr. Milam:

I am enclosing a Pocket Letter Case, which I trust may
be useful to you.
I am also delivering to the Messenger of the House of
Representatives one each for the other members of your
honorable body. Should (for any reason) a member fail
to receive one of these handy souvenirs, we shall be pleased
to furnish him one.











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We have the most conveniently-arranged printing plant
in Florida, and it will afford us pleasure to have the mem-
bers of the House of Representatives call and inspect it.
With much respect, I am
Yours, very truly,
T. J. APPLEYARD,
State Printer.

Also the following communication was received and read:

Department of State,
Madison, Wisconsin, February 4, 1925.

Speaker of the Assembly,
State Capitol,
Tallahassee, Fla.

My Dear Sir:

By direction of the Legislature of Wisconsin I am send-
ing you a copy of Joint Resolution No. 1, protesting to the
Congress and to the Secretary of War of the United States
against the continuation of the illegal taking of water from
the Great Lakes through the Chicago Drainage Canal.
Very truly yours,
FRED R. ZIMMERMAN,
Secretary of State.

(Jt. Res. No. 9, A.)

No. 1, 1925.

JOINT RESOLUTION.

Protesting to the Congress and to the Secretary of War
of the United States against the Continuation of
the Illegal Taking of Water from the Great Lakes
Through the Chicago Drainage Canal.

Whereas, Actions were instituted by the United States
in 1908 and 1913 against the Sanitary District of Chicago
praying an injunction to restrain the diversion of water
from the Great Lakes through the Chicago Drainage
Canal in excess of four thousand one hundred sixty-
seven cubic feet per second, and over the protest of the












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Government a decision was delayed until, after the re-
signation of Judge Landis, on June 18, 1923, Judge Car-
penter decided the case in favor of the Government and
ordered that the injunction be granted;

Whereas, the States of Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michi-
gan, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York joined
in appearing as amici curiae with the United States
States against the Sanitary District of Chicago in said
action on appeal before the Supreme Court of the United
States;

Whereas, the United States Supreme Court on January
5, 1925, affirmed the decision of Judge Carpenter, hold-
ing that the Sanitary District of Chicago has violated
the laws of the United States, that its action is in viola-
tion of our treaty with Great Britain and enjoining any
abstraction of water in excess of four thousand one hun-
dred sixty-seven cubic feet per second;

Whereas, the Legislature of Wisconsin in 1921 ordered
and directed the beginning of a suit in the Supreme
Court of the United States by the State of Wisconsin
against the State of Illinois and the Sanitary District of
Chicago to restrain the taking of water from the Great
Lakes by the Sanitary District of Chicago and such ac-
tion has begun and is still pending, no proceedings there-
in having been had awaiting the final decision in the
case just decided;

Whereas, the present illegal abstraction of water from
the Great Lakes now, and for many years past, has
reached the enormous amount of upwards of ten thou-
sand cubic feet per second and has seriously lowered the
levels of the Great Lakes and the St. Clair, Detroit,
Niagara and St. Lawrence Rivers, and has greatly res-
tricted and interfered with navigation thereon;

Whereas, the Great Lakes constitutes the greatest
waterway in the world, carrying at the present time a
tonnage equal to one-fourth of all the railroad tonnage
of the United States at a cost of less than one-fifth that
of railroad freight rates, and the diversion by the Sani-
tary District of Chicago has already increased lake












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freight rates by not less than three million dollars an-
nually and has damaged lake harbors and other works
fully twelve million dollars;

The enormous diversion has created currents in the
Chicago harbor which have destroyed Chicago as a lake
port to its own great loss and to the great loss of all
other ports thereby deprived of economical lake trans-
portion to and from this great center of the middle west;
Incalculable damage has been done to farm and other
property along the Illinois river and its fishing and pearl
industry has been destroyed by the dumping of Chicago
sewage into the stream.
The action of the Sanitary District in abstracting nearly
ten thousand cubic second feet where less than one thou-
sand cubic second feet is necessary or desirable for naviga-
tion has rendered futile all projects for a lake to the gulf
waterway by way of the drainage canal and the Desplaines,
Illinois and Mississippi rivers, and if continued will for-
ever prevent the development of such waterway.
The Chicago Sanitary District is deriving a revenue of
more than one million dollars annually from electric power
produced by the water so taken, and by this diversion is
preventing the United States from obtaining its fair share
of water for power purposes at Niagara Falls and along
the St. Lawrence river, where the same quantity of water
will produce at least ten times the amount of power pro-
duced by the Sanitary District.
The controversy over the diversion by the Sanitary Dis-
trict stands in the way of the immediate undertaking of
the St. Lawrence waterway to give to ocean going vessels
access to the Great Lakes and to give to the middle and
northwestern part of the United States the advantages of
ocean going ports and the enormous development of power
possible through such improvement of the St. Lawrence
river; and

Whereas, The Sanitary District of Chicago has repeat-
edly asked Congress to enact legislation permitting such
diversion and Congress has refused to enact such legisla-
tion, and bills are now pending in Congress for such per-
mission, and the Sanitary District has repeatedly petitioned
Secretaries of War for permits authorizing such diversion.
and Secretary of War Stimson, in 1913, refused any per-











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mission in excess of four thousand one hundred sixty-seven
cubic feet per second, and the Sanitary District now gives
out that it will make application for a permit to increase
said amount and is carrying on a propaganda and gives
out that it must continue to take not less than ten thou-
sand cubic feet per second until the year 1945, with the
implication that it intends to continue to abstract this
amount of water or more during this period and all time
thereafter and will not erect sewage disposal plants other
than to take care of sewage from the growth of population
and industries during this time, and the Sanitary District
is now making provisions for the immediate practical dis-
posal of sewage by modern methods as is being done in
other large lake cities; and,
Whereas, The states appearing with the government in
the recent case take the position that the waters and the
right to have these waters flow down the natural water-
shed of the Great Lakes is a property right of these states
within their respective boundaries, and that there has been
delegated to the government of the United States no power
to divert these waters for any purpose except possibly so
far as needed for the protection and improvement of navi-
gation for which purpose there will at no time be needed
more than one thousand cubic feet per second along the
Chicago, Desplaines and Illinois rivers,
Resolved, by the Assembly, the Senate concurring, That
the state of Wisconsin hereby respectfully protests to the
Congress of the United States and to the Secretary of War
against any action by either recognizing or continuing any
permit to the Sanitary District of Chicago to divert water
from the Great Lakes through the Chicago Drainage Canal
for any purpose other than the protection and improve-
ment of navigation;
Resolved, That a copy of this resolution, properly at-
tested by the presiding officers and chief clerks of both
houses, be sent to the President of the United States, the
Secretary of War, the presiding officers of the senate and
the house of representatives, and to each United States
senator and member of Congress from Wisconsin;
Resolved, That a copy of this resolution so attested be
sent to the governor and the presiding officers of both
houses of the legislature in each of the states of the union,











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inviting the co-operation of the states in like protest to the
Congress and to the Secretary of War.
HENRY A. HUBER,
President of the Senate.
J. W. SCHOENFELD,
Chief Clerk of the Senate.
H. W. SACHTZEN,
Speaker of the Assembly.
C. E. SHAFFER,
Chief Clerk of the Assembly.

Also the following communication was received and
read:

SENATE CHAMBER
Thirty-Ninth Legislature.

Austin, Texas, January 24, 1925.

To the Speaker,
House of Represenltatives of Florida,
Taallahassee, Florida.

Dear Sir:

I herewith hand you a copy of Senate Simple Resolution
No. 8, as diireeted by its terms.
Very respectfully,
W. V. HOWERTON,
Secretary of the Senate.

SIMPLE RESOLUTION.

S. R. No. 8:
Whereas, In times past the people of this State and of
this Nation believed that the several states and communi-
ties were able to provide ways and means of taking care
of their own local problems, and such problems were
solved in view of the needs and ability of each community;
and
Whereas, By this method we established and maintained
a government of efficiency and economy; and











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Whereas, There have lately grown up among us a num-
ber of well-organized minorities, who apparently believe
that the chief end of government is to engage in, or to
furnish finances to further undertakings which are not
the primary functions of government; and in order to
obtain the financial aid desired they have brought organ-
ized pressure to bear upon the Congress of the United
States with the suggestion and provision that if the Na-
tional Congress shall furnish to the several states certain
aid or finances from the Treasury of the United States
that the several states will furnish a like amount; and
Whereas, a number of bills have been presented to the
National Congress and some have been enacted into law,
making large appropriations out of the Federal Treasury,
to be furnished and delivered to certain state authorities
on condition that said state authorities make a contribution
to or an appropriation for the same purpose, of a like
or an equal amount; and
Whereas, Even though the Legislatures of the several
states may not approve of or endorse the purpose of the
appropriation, said Legislatures in a measure are forced to
make an appropriation to meet the conditions imposed by
the National Congress, so that the people of the respective
states may obtain and receive a pro rata part of the funds
going to other states out of moneys raised by taxation of
all the people; and
Whereas, This character of Federal appropriations, fol-
lowed by appropriations made by the Legislature of the
states to meet the appropriations from the Government
of the United States is now contributing in increasing
degree to the high Federal and State taxes; now there-
fore
Be it resolved by the Senate of Texas: That, we de-
plore and condemn this character of appropriations by the
Federal Congress; and the Secretary of the Senate of
Texas is directed to send a copy of this resolution to the
President of the Senate and to the Speaker of the House
of Representatives of each State Legislature in the United
States, and also a) copy to the President of the United
States Senate and to the Speaker of the House of Repre-
sentatives of the United States at Washington, D. C.;
and also a copy to each of the United States Senators from
Texas. and a copy to each of the Congressmen from Texas;
and











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This resolution is not meant to be construed that the
Senate of Texas is opposed to Federal aid for public
highways; and
This respectfully suggested that the Legislatures of the
several States of the United States adopt a resolution sim-
ilar to this resolution and forward same to the Congress-
men and Senators from said several states, so that the
burdens of taxation now being borne by the people of
the United States and of the several states may in part be
removed.
I hereby certify that the above is a true copy of Simple
Resolution No. 8, adopted by the Senate on January 15,
1925, by unanimous vote.
W. V. HOWERTON,
Secretary of the Senate.

Mr. Davis moved that the foregoing communications be
referred to a special committee of three and be spread on
the Journal.
Which was agreed to.

Also-
The following communication was received and read:

CONCURRENT RESOLUTION INTRODUCED IN THE
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE STATE
OF NORTH DAKOTA BY G. W. MORTON

Be It Resolved, by the House of Representatives of the
State of North Dakota, the Senate Concurring:
Whereas, a condition exists in the United States and in
every State in the Union, which is causing hardship upon
the tax-payers and the citizens of the United States, and
has its foundation in the Federal Aid for the building of
highways, thru moneys appropriated by the Congress of
the United States, and that it is resulting in extravagant
mismanagement and heavy taxation upon citizens and
property owners, who are not financially able to bear the
burden; and
Whereas, since such Federal aid if given only when man-
aged thru a State and is given only heavy appropriations











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are made by State, which can only be given when heavy
appropriations are made by County, that a vicious chain
is created, because each state feels that it must maintain a
costly and extravagant State Highway Commission in or-
der to obtain the benefits of the Federal aid. Each County
feels that in order to obtain the benefits of the Federal and
State aid it must maintain an expensive, costly and ex-
travagant machinery for the administration of such road
building, and must appropriate large sums of money which
its citizens are financially unable to meet, and that since
the Federal aid is given, the State feels that it is going to
be a heavy loser in comparison with other States unless it
maintains the Highway Commission and makes the appro.-
priation, and each County in the State feels that it will be
a heavy loser as compared with other Counties unless it
makes heavy appropriations, and the result is that the
United States is extravagant, and is laying a burden upon
its citizens; each state is extravagant, laying a burden
upon its citizens; each county is extravagant, laying a
burden upon its citizens; and that the result is that as
long as the United States Government continues to give
Federal aid there can be no lasting relief from the ex-
cessive burden of taxation imposed, and the extravagant
expenditure of public moneys, and the burden of taxation
upon its people without adequate return, and the expendi-
ture of money beyond the means of the people to meet the
burden in the payment of taxes;
Now, therefore, be it resolved, by the House of Re-
presentatives of the Legislative Assembly of the State
of North Dakota, the Senate concurring; that we do here-
by memorialize the Congress of the United States and
respectfully urge that Congress take immediate action
towards a repeal of the Federal aid for State Highways,
to the end that the extravagant mismanagement and ill-
advised expenditure of moneys by each State and County
in the United States be eliminated, and that a more ra-
tional and sane and more carefully supervised expendi-
ture of money be worked out by each local community.
Be it further resolved; that the Secretary of State of
North Dakota send a copy of this resolution to the Pre-
sident of the Senate and the Speaker of the House of
Representatives in Congress and to the Speaker of the
House and the President of the Senate in each and every











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State in the Union and also to the members of Congress
and Senators from North Dakota.

WALTER MADDOCK,
President of the Senate.

C. R. VERY,
Secretary of the Senate.

B. C. LARKIN,
Speaker of the House.

J. C. MILLER,
Chief Clerk of the House.

This certifies that the within bill originated in the
House of Representatives of the Nineteenth Legislative
Assembly of the State of North Dakota, and is known
on the records of that body as House Bill No. 188.

J. C. MILLER,
Chief Clerk of the House.

Filed in this office this 3rd day of March, 1925, at
10:30 o'clock A. M.

ROBERT BYRNE,
Secretary of State.

By MAURICE W. DUFFY,
Deputy.

Mr. Davis moved that the foregoing communication be
referred to a special committee of three and spread upon
the Journal.
Which was agreed to.











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INTRODUCTION OF RESOLUTIONS.

By Mr. Williams, of Leon-
House Resolution No. 9:
Whereas the Rules of the House provided at the 1923
session for the appointment of a proper person to have
charge of and preserve order in the gallery of the House
during its sessions; therefore
Be it resolved by the House, That the Speaker appoint a
suitable person to have charge of the House gallery and
preserve order therein, and otherwise to execute the orders
of the Speaker in and about the House and Committee
rooms.
Which was read.
Mr. Williams moved the adoption of the resolution.
Which was agreed to.

By Mr. Davis, of Leon-
House Resolution No. 10:
Be it resolved by the House of Representatives, That
the Journal Clerk shall furnish to the office of the Secre-
tary of State five (5) copies each of the Calendar
and Journal of the House each morning at the same time
such be distributed to the members of the House.
Which was read.
Mr. Davis moved the adoption of the resolution.
Which was agreed to.

By Mr. Ellis, of Alachua-
House Resolution No. 11:
Be it resolved by the House of Representatives, That
a copy of the House Journal be sent each day to the
President and the Dean of each Department of the Uni-
versity of Florida and of the Florida State College for
Women.
Which was read.
Mr. Ellis moved the adoption of the resolution.
Which was agreed to.











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REPORTS OF COMMITTEES.

The following Report of Committee was received and
read:

House of Representatives,

Tallahassee, Fla., April 9, 1925.

Hon. A. Y. Milam,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.

Sir:

We, your Committee on Efficiency, beg leave to report
that upon further examination for Stenographers and
Typists we have found the following applicants to be pro-
ficient as Stenographers, capable of taking shorthand, to-
wit:
Mrs. L. V. Truman.
Gladys Roberts.
Miss Lucille Smith.
Mrs. Evelyn King.
Miss Eunice Carroll.
We find from examination that the following have qual-
ified as Typists, capable of doing typewriting work only:
Kerfoot Bryant.
Bryan Duncan.
Broward McClellan.
Miss Rosa Stanaland.
Mrs. Maratta.
We recommend that the Chief Clerk make out and de-
liver to the Chairman of the Enrolling Committee and the
Chairman of the Engrossing Committee a list of all those
who have been examined and found to be proficient as
Typists and Stenographers, either or both.
Respectfully submitted,
A. W. WEEKS,
Chairman.

Mr. Weeks moved the adoption of the report.
Which was agreed to.











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Mr. Davis moved that the rules be waived and that the
House now take up messages from the Senate.
Which was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.

MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE.

The following message from the Senate was received and
read:

Senate Chamber,
Tallahassee, Fla., April 9, 1925.

Hon. A. Y. Milam,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.

Sir:

I am directed by the Senate to inform the House of Rep-
resentatives that the Senate has adopted-
Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 2:
Be it resolved by the Senate, the House of Representa-
tives concurring, That Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 1,
adopted by the Senate and the House on April 8, 1925, be
and the same is hereby amended so as to provide that three
members on said committee shall be appointed by the
Speaker of the House of Representatives and two members
thereon shall be appointed by the President of the Senate.
And respectfully requests the concurrence of the House
of Representatives therein.
Very respectfully,
C. A. FINLEY,
Secretary of the Senate.
And S3nate Concurrent Resolution contained in the
above message, was read the first time in full.
Mr. Hunter moved that the rules be waived, and that
Senate concurrent Resolution No. 2 be read a second
time in full.
Which was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.
And Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 2 was read a
second time in full.
Mr. Hunter moved the adoption of the resolution.
Which was agreed to.
And Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 2 was ordered
certified to the Senate.
3-H. B.











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The Speaker appointed, as the additional committee
member provided for in the above resolution, Mr. Davis
of Leon.

Mr. Davis moved that the rules be waived, and that
when the House adjourn to-day it adjourn to meet to-
morrow at 11 o'clock A. M.
Which was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.

The Speaker announced that under the provisions of
resolutions heretofore adopted he has appointed the fol-
lowing:
Miss Florine Summerall to be Speaker's Secretary.
Mr. Cade E. Shackleford to be Doorkeeper and Super-
visor of the Gallery.

The Speaker appointed as the Special Committee to
consider the communications from the States of Wiscon-
sin, Texas, and North Dakota, Messrs. McCall, Elliott
and Evans.

INTRODUCTION OF BILLS.

By Mr. Ellis, of Alachua-
House Bill No. 1:
A bill to be entitled An Act to levy a sales tax on cigar-
ettes, smoking tobacco and cigars; to provide for the collec-
tion of such tax; to require the use of stamps as evidence
of the payment of the tax; to prescribe penalties for the
violation of this Act and the counterfeiting of such stamps;
to provide certain rules in regard to evidence which may be
admitted in the trial of causes concerning the alleged viola-
tions of the provisions of this Act; to define the terms
"Dealers at Wholesale" and "Dealers at Retail"; to re-
quire such dealers to obtain such licenses; to prescribe
penalties for the failure to obtain such licenses; to
require dealers to affix stamps to containers of
cigarettes, containers of smoking tobacco, and con-
tainers of cigars, whether the same are exhibited
or not; to prescribe the manner of affixing stamps
and the manner of cancelling the same; to pro-
vide for the payment of expense of the administration
of this Act; and to appropriate the remaining funds











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arising from the enforcement of this Act to the County
School Fund of the State of Florida.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Finance and Taxation.

By Mr. Ellis, of Alachua-
House Joint Resolution No. 2:
A joint resolution proposing an amendment to Section 4
of Article XII of the Constitution of the State of Florida,
relating to the State School Fund.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
-to the Committee on Constitutional Amendments.

By Mr. Ellis, of Alachua-
House Bill No. 3:
A bill to be entitled An Act to prohibit the using of
any conveyance for the illegal transportation of intox-
icating Liquors without the written consent of the owner
and without the written consent of any person holding
a valid lien upon such vehicle.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Prohibition and Enforcement.

By Mr. Ellis, of Alachua-
House Bill No. 4:
A bill to be entitled An Act to authorize sheriffs, de-
puty sheriffs, and other police officers in this State to
seize any property which may be found unlawfully in
the possession of any person lawfully arrested and to
seize any property that may be found unlawfully being,
or unlawfully being used at any place, or in any house,
building, or structure, which is then and there being
lawfully seized by such officers.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Prohibition and Enforcement.

By Mr. Ellis. of Alachua-
House Bill No. 5:
A bill to be entitled An Act to define first and second
offense violations of the prohibition laws of Florida in
certain cases; to prescribe a rule of evidence in the prose-
c'.tion of causes under second offense prosecution; to pro-
vide for the punishment of offenders who possess, manu-
facture, sell, barter. give or exchange, or transport, in the
night-time, prohibited intoxicating liquor or liquors, and











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tp prescribe penalties therefore; to define the duties of
judges, grand juries and prosecuting attorneys in refer-
ence to the enforcement of this Act.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committe on Prohibition and Enforcement.

By Mr. Ellis, of Alachua-
House Bill No. 6:
A bill to be entitled An Act to amend Section 5455, Re-
vised General Statutes of Florida, in regard to searches
without warrant.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred to
the Committee on Judiciary C.

By Mr. Ellis, of Alachua-
House Bill No. 7:
A bill to be entitled An Act to amend Section 5563 of
the Revised General Statutes of Florida relating to intoxi-
cated persons operating automobiles, and to provide for
penalties for a violation of said section as amended.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Prohibition and Enforcement.

By Mir. Ellis, of Alachua-
House Bill No. 8:
A bill to be entitled An Act relating to violation of the
liquor laws, prohibiting the carrying or having in posses-
sion of any firearms or other dangerous or deadly weapons
by any person violating any of the provisions of the prohi-
bition laws, and providing punishment therefore.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Prohibition and Enforcement.

By Mr. Ellis, of Alachua-
House Bill No. 9:
A bill to be entitled An Act to amend Section 5481, Re-
vised General Statutes of Florida, in regard to seizure of
intoxicating liquors.
SWhich was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Prohibition and Enforcement.

By Mr. Ellis, of Alachua-
House Bill No. 10:
A bill to be entitled An Act to provide a penalty for
conspiring to violate the Laws of the State of Florida pro-











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hibiting the unlawful sale, barter, exchange, manufacture
and transportation of intoxicating liquors, moonshine whis-
key or rum, for beverage purposes.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Prohibition and Enforcement.

By Mr. Ellis, of Alachua-
House Bill No. 11:
A bill to be entitled An Act to amend Sections 9 and
"19 and to repeal Sections 16 and 17 of Chapter 9321, Acts
of 1923, Laws of Florida, entitled, "An Act relating to
the issue of search warrants and to the execution of same,
and providing penalties for the violation of the provisions
of this Act."
Which iras read the first time by its title and referred to
the Committee on Judiciary C.

By Mr. Ellis, of Alachua-
House Bill No. 12:
A bill to be entitled An Act to amend Section 6080, of
the Revised General Statutes relating to an accused in a
criminal prosecution offering himself as a witness, and
to comments by a prosecuting attorney on failure of an
accused to testify in his own behalf, and to a defendant
being entitled to the concluding argument before the jury.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Judiciary B.

By Mr. Johns, of Bradford-
House Bill No. 13:
A bill to be entitled An Act to' fix the salaries of the
Circuit Judges of the State of Florida and providing for
the payment of their traveling expenses.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Finance and Taxation.

By Mr. Johns, of Bradford-
House Bill No. 14:
A bill to be entitled An Act providing for the appoint-
ment of an additional Circuit Judge in and for the Eighth
Judicial Circuit of Florida.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
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By Mr. Johns, of Bradford-
House Bill No. 15.
A bill to be entitled An Act to fix the salary of the
Governor of the State of Florida.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Appropriations.

By Mr. Parrish, of Brevard-
House Bill No. 16:
A bill to be entitled An Act to create the Department
of Game and Fresh Water Fish and the position of State
Game Commissioner, and to define his duties and powers
and fixing his compensation and to protect and regulate
the birds and game animals and fur-bearing animals of
the State of Florida.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Game.

By Mr. Shelley, of Charlotte-
House Bill No. 17:
A bill to be entitled An Act to promote and protect the
Shell Fish Industry of the State of Florida and making
an appropriation therefore.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Fisheries.

By Mr. Bell, of DeSoto-
House Bill No. 18:
A bill to be entitled An Act defining and fixing the ter-
ritorial limits and boundaries of the Twelfth Judicial
Circuit; creating the Nineteenth Judicial Circuit; pro-
viding for a Circuit Judge and State Attorney in the
Nineteenth Judicial Circuit, and providing and fixing the
time for holding the terms of the Circuit Court in said
circuits; and defining its effect on pending litigation.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Judiciary B.

By Mr. Bell, of DeSoto-
House Bill No. 19:
A bill to be entitled An Act to authorize the City Coun-
cil of the City of Arcadia, Florida, to issue bonds for mun-
icipal improvements in an amount not to exceed three
hundred fifty thousand ($350,000.00) dollars: prescrib-
ing the denomination, the rate of interest, and the











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maturities of the said bonds, and providing for the levy
of a tax to pay the principal and interest thereof.
Which was read the first time by its title and placed
on the Local Calendar.

By Mr. Bell, of DeSoto-
House Bill No. 20:
A bill to be entitled An Act to make the plea of not
guilty in civil cases and the answer or plea of not guilty
in equity cases put in issue every traversible allegation
in the declaration or Bill of Complaint.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Judiciary B.

By Messrs. Milam and Waybright, of Duval-
House Bill No. 21:
A bill to be entitled An Act to legalize, ratify, confirm
and validate all Acts and proceedings of the Mayor and
City Council of the City of South Jacksonville in connec-
tion with the issuance of four hundred thousand
($400,000.00) dollars municipal improvement bonds of
said city, including the election held in said city on the
third day of March, A. D. 1925, upon the question of the
issuance of said bonds and legalizing, ratifying, confirming
and validating said bonds.
Which was read the first time by its title and placed
on the Local Calendar.

By Mr. Carroll, of Escambia-
House Bill No. 22:
A bill to be entitled An Act in relation to taxation; pro-
viding for the validation and correction of tax sales and
tax sales certificates, and the redemption of land sold for
taxes; vesting in the holders of tax sale certificates certain
rights and title in and to land sold for taxes, conferring on
Chancery Courts jurisdiction in such matters, to deter-
mine, order and adjudge the regularity or validity of tax
sales and tax sale certificates, and all proceedings relating
thereto.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred to
the Committee on Taxation and Finance.











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By Mr. Carroll, of Escambia-
House Bill No. 23:
A bill to be entitled An Act to authorize the employment
by the County Commissioners of the County of Escambia
of Special Motorcycle Police, to fix the bond thereof, to
prescribe their powers, duties and compensation, and to
fix their term of office.
Which was read the first time by its title and placed on
the Local Calendar.

By Mr. Strom, of Gadsden-
House Bill No. 24:
A bill to be entitled An Act to repeal Chapter 8584,
Laws of Florida, Acts of 1921, being an Act to provide
for the equalizing of taxes between counties, creating the
position of State Equalizer of Taxes, prescribing his pow-
ers and duties, providing for his compensation, creating
a State Board of Equalizers and prescribing its powers
and duties, and prescribing certain duties of County As-
sessors of taxes and of County Commissioners in Connect-
ing therewith.
"Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Finance and Taxation.

By Mr. Kurtz, of Glades-
House Bill No. 25:
A bill to be entitled An Act ratifying, validating and
confirming all of the proceedings taken for the creation and
organization of the New Hall Drainage District and all the
acts and proceedings taken by, for and on behalf of said
district since the creation thereof, and all the acts and
proceedings of the Circuit Court, of the Board of Super-
visors, the Commissioners and all other officers and
agents of said drainage district, acting for and on behalf
of said district, in carrying out the affairs of said dis-
trict; and ratifying, validating and confirming in and of
tax levies and assessments which have been made by the
Board of Supervisors of the said district upon the as-
sessable and taxable property located within said district,
authorizing the Board of Supervisors of said district to
pay for work done and ratify amounts expended by the
Drainage Commissioners of the Everglades Drainage Dis-
trict.












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Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Canals and Drainage.

By Mr. Kurtz, of Glades-
House Bill No. 26:.
A bill to be entitled An Act to legalize and validate
all acts and proceedings heretofore done and had by the
Town Council and the City Council, the tax collector,
tax assessor, and all other town officials of the City of
Moore Haven, and the Town of Moore Haven, Florida,
in connection with and relating to the assessment of
taxes, either town or special, and providing that no
future assessment or levy shall be void or invalidated
on account of any irregularity, omission, or formal de-
fect in proceedings relating thereto.
Which was read the first time by its title and placed on
the Local Calendar.

By Mr. Kurtz, of Glades-
House Bill No. 27:
A bill to be entitled An Act to define the boundary line
between Glades and Palm Beach Counties.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on County Or;ganization.

By Mr. McCall, of Hamilton-
House Bill No. 28:
A bill to be entitled An Act to require the State Board
of Education to prepare a course of moral training for
public schools and to enforce its use.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Education.

By Mr. Crews, of Hardee-
House Bill No. 29:
A bill to be entitled An Act to repeal Section 1544 (709)
of the Revised General Statutes of Florida, relating to
Bond Trustees; providing for settlement by Trustees now
acting, and providing that Bond Funds be placed in De-
positories, as are other county funls.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Judiciary C.











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By Mr. Doty, of Hendry-
House Bill No. 30:
A bill to be entitled An Act vesting in the Trustees of
the Internal Improvement Fund of Florida the title to
certain lands in Hendry County, Florida, described in
State Deed Number 21,284 executed by said Trustees to
convey and confirm such lands to the persons to whom
such lands have been previously conveyed by said Trustees
or their Grantees.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred"
to the Committee on Canals and Drainage.

By Mr. Doty, of Hendry-
House Bill No. 31:
A bill to be entitled An Act validating and confirming
an issue of Fifty Thousand ($50,000) Dollars, bonds issued
by Special Tax School District Number Five, Hendry
County, Florida, and authorizing and requiring the levy
and collection of a tax for the payment of the interest
and principal thereof, as the same becomes due.
Which was read the first time by its title and placed
on the Local Calendar.

By Mr. Doty, of Hendry-
House Bill No. 32:
A bill to be entitled An Act to amend Section 362 of
the Revised General Statutes of Florida, relating to
primary elections.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Privilege and Elections.

By Mr. Doty, of Hendry-
House Bill No. 33:
A bill to be entitled An Act prescribing certain regula-
tions for traffic on surfaced highways and on the streets
of cities and towns; prohibiting the stopping of vehicles on
said surfaced highways; requiring traffic to move on the
right-hand side thereof; prescribing that persons perform-
ing the duties of traffic officer wear a distinctive uniform
and badge; providing that the remuneration of any person
performing the duties of traffic officer be paid from rev-
enue derived from taxation and prohibiting employment on
any other basis; prohibiting reckless driving and defining
when speed alone is-conclusive evidence thereof; prohibit-
ing the enforcement of certain speed laws by municipali-











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tics; providing that a copy of this Act be supplied with
each motoi vehicle license, and providing a penalty for vio-
lation of the provisions of this Act.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred to
the Committee on Public Roads and Highways Depart-
ment.

By Mr. Whitaker, of Hillsborough-
House Bill No. 34:
A bill to be entitled An Act to regulate the issuance
of marriage licenses by requiring notice of application
thereof to be published; and providing that no marriage
license shall be issued for the marriage of persons under
the age of sixteen years; providing for the filing of af-
fidavits as to the correct age of persons applying for
licenses and making it an offense and prescribing the
penalty for false statements in such affidavits.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Judiciary C.

By Mr. Shelley, of Charlotte-
House Bill No. 35:
A bill to be entitled An Act to protect and regulate the
salt-water fishing industry of the State of Florida.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Fisheries.

By Mr. Taylor, of Hillsborough-
House Bill No. 36:
A bill to be entitled An Act to prohibit the operation
and maintenance of public dance halls on Sunday and be-
tween the hours of eleven o'clock at night and seven o'clock
in the morning, and declaring a public dance hall to be
any building or structure where persons are permitted to
dance upon payment of an admission charge or member-
ship fee, or purchase of any article or where any person,
.persons or corporation receives money for operating or
maintaining the same, and to provide for penalties for the
violation of the provisions of this Act.
Which was, read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Public Welfare.











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By Messrs. Turnbull, of Jefferson, and Getzen, of Sum-
ter-
House Bill No. 37:
A bill to be entitled An Act to amend Section 362 of
the Revised General Statutes of Florida.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Judiciary A.

By Mr. Elliott, of Lafayette-
House Bill No. 38:
A bill to be entitled An Act to amend Sections 1 and 4
of Chapter 9120, Acts of 1923, Laws of Florida, relating
to Gasoline License Tax.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Public Roads and Highway Depart-
ment.

By Mr. Elliott, of Lafayette-
House Bill No. 39:
"A joint resolution proposing an amendment to Section
4, of Article XII of the Constitution of the State of Flor-
ida, relating to the State School Fund."
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Constitutional Amendments.

By Mr. Elliott, of Lafayette-
House Bill No. 40:
A bill to be entitled An Act to amend Chapter 9332,
Acts of 1923, Laws of Florida, relating to punishment of
convicts.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Convicts.

By Mr. Elliott, of Lafayette-
House Bill No. 41:
A bill to be entitled An Act to amend Section 4152 of
the Revised General Statutes of the State of Florida re-
lating to the regulation of banking business.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Banks and Loans.











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By Mr. Elliott, of Lafayette-
House Bill No. 42:
A bill to be entitled An Act to amend Section 4148 of
the Revised General Statutes of the State of Florida re-
lating to the regulation of banking business.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Banks and Loans.

By Mr. Elliott, of Lafayette-
House Bill No. 43:
A bill to be entitled An Act to amend Section 4149 of
the Revised General Statutes of the State of Florida re-
lating to the regulation of banking business.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Banks and Loans.

By Mr. Elliott, of Lafayette-
House Bill No. 44:
A bill to be entitled An Act to amend Section 324 of the
Revised General Statutes of the State of Florida, relating
to the assessment of party candidates by executive commit-
tee of each political party.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Privileges and Elections.

By Mr. Elliott, of Lafayette-
House Bill No. 45:
A bill to be entitled An Act to repeal Sections 1500, 1501
and 1502 of the Revised General Statutes of the State of
Florida relating to County Commissioners.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on County Officials.

By Mr. Elliott, of Lafayette-
House Bill No. 46:
A Bill to be entitled An Act to repeal Chapter 9157, Acts
of 1923, Laws of Florida relating to "Protect the title of
motor vehicles within the State; to provide for the issuance
of certificates of title and evidences of registration thereof;
to regulate the purchase, sale and transfer of ownership
thereof, and to provide penalties for the violation of the
provisions hereof."
Which was read the first time by its title and referred to
the Committee on Public Roads and Highway Depart-
ment.










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By Mr. Elliott, of Lafayette-
House Bill No. 47:
A bill to be entitled An Act to amend Sections 1444 and
1445 of the Revised General Statutes of Florida relating
,to pensions.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Pensions.

By Mr. MacKenzie, of Lake-
House Bill No. 48:
A bill to be entitled An Act providing for the recording
of instruments from verified copies thereof, conveying or
'affecting title to real estate in two or more counties.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Judiciary A.

By Mr. Davis, of Leon-
House Bill No. 49:
A bill to be entitled An Act to provide a method for
removing clouds from, clearing and confirming, titles to
land, and decreeing possession thereof, by Courts of Chan-
ecry against parties in possession or otherwise, and against
persons defendant, whether known or unknown, providing
for a trial by a jury in cases where defendant is in actual
possession of any part of such land; providing for service
of process by publication for eight weeks against unknown
defendants and for entry of decrees Pro Confesso, and
Final, without the appointment of a master or guardian
in such cases where no appearance is entered on or before
the return day; providing for the procedure under said
Act; designating the relief to be decreed in proceedings
brought thereunder; and declaring the force and effect
of such decree when recorded and fixing the time limit in
which decrees entered in any cau-e brought under the
terhis and provisions of this Act may be opened in cer-
tain cases.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Judiciary C.

By Mr. Davis, of Leon-
House Bill No. 50:
SA bill to be entitled An Act to provide that tax collec-
tors when giving receipts for State and County taxes to
write out distinct and each separate so that the tax payer











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may know the amount he is paying to county and state in
taxe.1.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to Committee on Finance and Taxation:

By Mr. Davis, of Leon-
House Bill No. 51:
A bill to be entitled An Act to fix the compensation of
Justices of the Supreme Court and Judges of the Circuit
Courts of the State of Florida.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Appropriations.

By Mr. Davis, of Leon-
House Bill No. 52:
A bill to be entitled An Act to prescribe the remedy in
certain suits on contracts relating to real estate or personal
property wherein specific performance is sought.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Judiciary C.

By Mr. Davis, of Leon-
House Bill No. 53:
A bill to be' entitled An Act to repeal Sections 8 and 15
and to amend Sections 5 and 7 of Chapter 9201, Acts of
1923, Laws of Florida, entitled "An Act to create a State
Livestock Sanitary Board and to make the same a body
corporate, and to prescribe the duties of said Board, and
to prescribe the qualifications of the members thereof, their
compensation and term of office, and providing for the
giving of a bond by the members of said Board for the
faithful performance of the duties of their office; provid-
ing for the employment of a State Veterinarian, prescrib-
ing his. duties, term of office, compensation and bond to
be given; providing for the division of the State into
quarantine areas and zones; prescribing the method and
system of tick eradication work in the State of Florida;
providing for notices to be given by said State Livestock
Sanitary Board; prescribing'the method and manner of
conducting tick eradication work and designating where
the same is to be begun, and defining the word cattle, and
providing for the payment of the cost and expense of
carrying on said tick eradication work; providing for the
levy of a tax to provide necessary funds for tick eradica-
tion work; prescribing the method of enforcement of tick











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eradication work ard. providing for the sale of cattle
thereunder; prescribing the duties .and compensation of
sheriffs in connection with duties imposed upon sheriffs
under this Act. Providing for the disbursement of the
funds arising from the sale of cattle made by authority
of this Act; and the payment to the owner of the net pro-
ceeeds of any and all such sales; providing for the repeal
of all laws and portions thereof in conflict with this Act,
and providing when this Act shall become effective.
WVhich was read the first time by its title and referred to
the Committee on Live Stock.

By Mr. Davis, of Leon-
House Bill No. 54:
A bill to be entitled An Act to amend Section 2853 of
the Revised General Statutes of Florida, relating to lis
pendens and the operation thereof, and to prescribe the
method of securing the same; to provide for the filing of a
bond where the relief sought is not disclosed by the initial
pleading to be founded upon an instrument properly of
record; to provide for the filing of a bond in certain cases
now pending in which lis pendens have been filed and the
relief sought is not shown by the pleadings to be founded
upon an instrument properly of record; to provide for the
recovery of damages, including attorney's fees incurred,
where the relief sought in such cases is not granted by the
court; to provide a penalty for the failure to file such
bond; and to prescribe a rule of evidence.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Judiciary C.

By Messrs. Williams and Davis, of Leon-
House Bill No. 55:
A bill to be entitled An Act to provide for the erection
and furnishing of a State public building in the City of
Tallahassee for the uses of the State administrative de-
partments, and making an appropriation for such pur-
poses.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred to
the Committee on Appropriations.











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By Mr. Williams, of Leon-
House Bill No. 56:
A bill to be entitled An Act to amend Sections 1 and 12
of Chapter 9120 of the Laws of Florida, approved May 30,
1923, entitled "An Act imposing license taxes upon gaso-
line or other like products of petroleum; providing for re-
ports of sale of such commodities to the Comptroller of the
State of Florida; providing for the disposition of the
monies derived from such tax and fixing a penalty for the
violation of the provisions of this Act and to repeal all
laws in conflict with this Act."
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committe on Public Roads and Highway Depart-
ment.

By Mr. MacKenzie of Lake and Mr. McKenzie of Put-
nam-
House Bill No. 57:
A bill to be entitled An Act to amend Sections 711, 712,
715, 716, 721, 723 and 725, Revised General Statutes of
Florida, 1920, all relating to the assessment of real and per-
sonal property in the several counties of the State of Flor-
ida, for the purpose of taxation.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Finance and Taxation.

By Mr. Harrison, of Manatee-
House Bill No. 58:
A bill to be entitled An Act to amend Section 7 of Chap-
ter 9157, Laws of Florida, relating to the issuance of title
certificates for dealers and manufacturers in this State.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Public Roads and Highway Depart-
ment.

By Mr. Harrison, of Manatee-
House Bill No. 59:
A bill to be entitled An Act to amend Sections 1006,
1007, 1011, 1012, 1018, 1020 and 1023 of the Revised Gen-
eral Statutes of the State of Florida relating to the regis-
trations of motor vehicles.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Public Roads and Highway Depart-
ment.











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By Mr. Harrison, of Manatee-
House Bill No. 60:
A bill to be entitled An Act to repeal Chapter 9153, Laws
of Florida, entitled "An Act to fix a license tax on auto-
mobiles owned and operated by non-residents of the State
of Florida for hire and defining the meaning of the word
non-resident and providing a penalty for the violation of
this Act."
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Finance and Taxation.

By Mr. Hunter, of Marion-
House Bill No. 61:
A bill to be entitled An Act to prohibit trespass, waste
and damage of property along the highways of the State
of Florida, and to provide penalties for the violation of
this Act.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Public Roads and Highway Depart-
ment.

By Mr. Hunter, of Marion-
House Bill No. 62:
A bill to be entitled An Act to prohibit the placing of
advertising signs upon the property of another without
the written consent of the owner, and to prohibit the plac-
ing of advertising signs on the rights of way of the public
highways of the State of Florida, and to provide penalties
for the violation of this Act.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Public Roads and Highway Depart-
ment.

By Mr. Petree, of Nassau-
House Bill No. 63:
A bill to be entitled An Act to require school boards
- to furnish free, a copy of the Declaration of Independence,
a copy of the Constitution of the United States and a copy
of the 'Constitution of Florida to all pupils completing the
fifth grade in the public schools.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Education.











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By Mr. Jennings, of Okeechobee-
House Bill No. 64:
A bill to be entitled An Act to protect and regulate
the fresh water fishing industry of the State of Florida.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Fisheries.

By Mr. Harris, of Pinellas-
House Bill No. 65:
A bill to be entitled An Act to amend the Charter of
the City of Tarpon Springs as provided for in the follow-
ing Chapters and Sections of the Laws of Florida, to-wit:
To amend Section 2 of Chapter 6784, Laws of Florida,
Acts of 1913, as amended by Section 1 of Chapter 7719,
Acts of 1917, and further amended by Section 1 Chapter
8372, Laws of Florida, Acts of 1919, the same being part
of the Charter of the City of Tarpon Springs with refer-
ence to the territorial limits and incorporation of the City
of Tarpon Springs; Also to amend Section 19 of Chapter
6784, Laws of Florida, Acts of 1913, as amended by Sec-
tion 15 of Chapter 8372, Acts of 1919, the same being part
of the Charter of the City of Tarpon Springs with refer-
ence to the qualification of the electors of the City of
Tarpon Springs.
Which was read the first time by its title and placed
on the Local Calendar.

By Mr. Harris, of Pinellas-
House Bill No. 66:
A bill to be entitled An Act validating certain municipal
improvement bonds of the City of Tarpon Springs, Flor-
ida, and proceedings pertaining thereto, and validating
refunding bonds of said City, and proceedings pertaining
thereto, to be issued for the purpose of refunding said
municipal improvement bonds.
Which was read the first time by its title and placed on
the Local Calendar.

By Mr. Harris, of Pinellas-
House Bill No. 67:
A bill to be entitled An Act to amend Section 14 of Chap-
ter 9097 of the Laws of Florida, Acts of 1921, the same
being part of the Charter of Tarpon Springs, with refer-
ence to the powers of the Board of Commissioners of the
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Which was read the first time by its title and placed on
the Local Calendar.

By Mr. McKenzie, of Putnam-
House Bill No. 68:
A bill to be entitled An Act to repeal Section 6174 of
the Revised General Statutes of the State of Florida.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred to
the Committee on Judiciary A.

By Mr. McKenzie, of Putnam-
House Joint Resolution No. 69:
A joint resolution proposing an amendment to Section
4 of Article III of the Constitution of the State of Florida,
relative to the qualification and the pay of members of the
Senate and House of Representatives of the Florida Legis-
lature.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Constitutional Amendments.

By Mr. Bell, of DeSoto-
House Bill No. 70:
A bill to be entitled An Act authorizing the Board of
County Commissioners of DeSoto County, Florida, to issue
and sell notes, certificates of indebtedness or bonds of said
county in an amount not to exceed one hundred fifty thou-
sand dollars, for the purpose of providing funds with which
to complete the system of county highways now under con-
struction, and providing for the levy and collection of a
tax to pay the principal and interest thereof.
Which was read the first time by its title and placed on
the Local Calendar.

By Mr. Bell, of DeSoto-
House Bill No. 71:
A bill to be entitled An Act validating and confirming
an issue of one hundred twelve thousand ($112,000.00) dol-
lars bonds issued by Special Tax School District Number
One (1), DeSoto County, Florida, and authorizing and re-
quiring the levy and collection of a tax for the payment
of the interest and principal thereof, as the same becomes
due.
Which was read the first time by its title and placed on
the Local Calendar.











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By Mr. Taylor, of Hillsborough-
House Bill No. 72:
A bill to be entitled An Act to provide for the refund
of tax paid by John W. Blount to the tax collector of
Hillsborough County, State of Florida, John A. Glover,
for State and County and school taxes for the year 1919
on real property.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Claims.

By Mr. Hendry, of Lee-
House Bill No. 73:
A bill to be entitled An Act to authorize the City of Fort
Myers, in the County of Lee and State of Florida, to issue
bonds to the amount of $445,000 for municipal improve-
ments, to levy and collect annually, sufficient taxes for pay-
ment of the principal and interest thereof, and to validate
proceedings heretofore had in connection therewith.
Which was read the first time by its title and placed on
the Local Calendar.

By Mr. Lyles, of Seminole-
House Bill No. 74:
A bill to be entitled An Act authorizing the City Com-
mission of the City of Sanford, Florida, to beautify
streets, avenues and parks of said city, and to appoint
a committee to supervise such beautification and to pre-
scribe the powers and duties of such committee and en-
force its rules and regulations by ordinance, and to levy
and collect a tax to pay the cost of such beautification.
yWhich was read the first time by its title and placed on
the Local Calendar.

By Mr. Lyles, of Seminole-
House Bill No. 75:
A bill to be entitled An Act to permit free transporta-
tion of household goods, chattels or other personal effects
of all agents, employees, or servants by any common car-
rier, including railroad companies operating in the State
of Florida.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Railroads, Telegraphs, and Tele-
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By Mr. Lyles, of Seminole-
House Bill No. 76:
A bill to be entitled An Act providing for the appoint-
ment of the Marshal and Collector of the Town of Alta-
monte Springs, Florida, and repealing all laws and town
ordinances making him elective by the electors.
Which was read the first time by its title and placed on
the Local Calendar.

By Mr. Kendrick, of St. Johns-
House Bill No. 77:
A bill to be entitled An Act to legalize and validate the
proceedings of the Town of Hastings, Florida, for the issu-
ance and sale of twenty-five thousand dollars improvement
bonds of the Town of Hastings, Florida, issue of 1925,
and authorizing the issuance of said bonds, and the levy
of taxes thereon.
Which was read the first time by its title and placed on
the Local Calendar.

By Mr. Victor, of St. Johns-
House Bill No. 78:
A bill to be entitled An Act granting a pension to Mrs.
Caroline Blackwelder, widow of Wiley Blackwelder.
SWhich was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Pensions.

By Mr. Young, of St. Lucie-
House Bill No. 79:
A bill to be entitled An Act providing for the creation
of Indian River County, in the State of Florida, and for
the organization and government thereof.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on County Organization.

By Mr. Getzen, of Sumter-
House Bill No. 80:
A bill to be entitled An Act amending Section 1020 of
the Revised General Statutes of Florida and Chapter
8410 of the Laws of Florida approved June 10th, 1921,
being entitled "An Act to Repeal Section 1019 and to
Amend Sections 1006, 1007, 1009, 1011, 1012, 1013, 1014,
1015, 1017, 1018, 1023, 1031, 5309, 5605 of the Revised












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General Statutes of Florida relating to the operation of
motor vehicles, trailers, semi-trailers and motorcycle side
cars."
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Public Roads and Highway Depart-
ment.

By Mr. Getzen, of Sumter-
House Bill No. 81:
A bill to be entitled An Act to amend Sections 45 and 47
of the Revised General Statutes of the State of Florida,
relating to the boundary and boundaries of Sumter and
Hernando Counties.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on County Organization.

By Mr. Getzen, of Sumter-
House Bill No. 82:
A bill to be entitled An Act to regulate the transporta-
tion of livestock and to provide penalties for the violation
thereof.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Live Stock.

By Mr. Getzen, of Sumter-
House Bill No. 83:
A bill to be entitled An Act to provide that the Boards of
Public Instruction of the several counties of this State shall
have the right to fix the rate of tuition to be charged non-
resident pupils attending the public schools of such coun-
ties, and to assess and collect the same.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Education.

By Mr. Getzen, of Sumter-
House Bill No. 84:
A bill to be entitled An Act to regulate advertising.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred to
the Committee on Judiciary A.











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By Mr. Craig, of Volusia-
House Bill No. 85:
A bill to be entitled An Act repealing Sections 5491,
5492, 5493 and 5495 of the Revised General Statutes of
Florida, known as the Sunday Law.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred
to the Committee on Public Welfare.

By Mr. Crews, of Hardee-
House Bill No. 86:
A bill to be entitled An Act validating and confirming
an issue of seventy-five thousand ($75,000) dollars bonds
issued by Special Tax School District Number Five, Har-
dee County, Florida, and authorizing and requiring the
levy and collection of a tax for the payment of the interest
and principal thereof, as the same becomes due.
Which was read the first time by its title and placed on
the Local Calendar.

Mr. Morgan moved that the rules be waived and that the
House do now adjourn.
Which was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.

Whereupon at 4:50 o'clock P. M. the House adjourned
until Friday, April 10, 1925, at 11 o'clock A. M.



Friday, April 10, 1925



The House was called to order by the Speaker at 11
o'clock A. M.
The roll was called and the following members answered
to their names:
Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Allen, Bell, Bishop, Branch. Brock,
Bryant, Eullard, Busto, Byrd, Carroll, Carver, Combs,
Craig, Crews, Davis, Dew, Doty, Douglass, DuVall, Eaton,
Elliott, Ellis, Evans, Ezell, Fletcher, Fox, Frisbee, Garrett,
Getzen, Godwin, Greene, Harrell, Harris, Harrison, Hendry
(Lee), Hendry (Taylor), Hunter, Jennings, Johns,
Kemp, Kendrick, Kennedy, Kurtz, Levins, Lyles, McCall,











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McCracken, McElya, MacKenzie (Lake), McKenzie (Put-
nam), McLeran, McSween, May, Moore, Morgan, Moun-
tain, Parrish, Petree, Register, Savage, Shelley, Smith,
Stokes, Stone, Strom, Taylor (Highlands), Taylor (Hills-
borough), Trueman, Tucker, Turnbull, Victor, Watson,
Waybright, Weeks, Weidling, West, Wester, Wethering-
ton (Hamilton), Whitaker, Whitty, Williams, Withering-
ton (Orange), Young-84.
A quorum present.
Prayer by the Chaplain.

The daily Journal of Thursday, April 9, 1925, was cor-
rected, and approved as corrected.

Mr. Davis moved that the Calendar of Local Bills be
taken up and considered immediately after the heading of
Consideration of Resolutions.
Which was agreed to.

The following message was received and read:

MESSAGE FROM THE GOVERNOR.

State of Florida,
Executive Department,
Tallahassee, April 10, 1925.

Hon. A. Y. Milam,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
House Chambers,
The Capitol.

Dear Mr. Speaker:

I have the honor to transmit on behalf of the Budget
Commission, and in accordance with Chapter 8426, Acts of
1921, its report for the biennium 1925-1926.
A copy of this report will be placed on the desk of each
Representative.
Yours very truly,
JOHN W. MARTIN,
Governor.











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Mr. Harris moved to waive the rules and to recall House
Bills Nos. 6 and 11 from the committee to which they were
referred, and refer the same to the Committee on Prohibi-
tion and Enforcement.
Which was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.
And the bills were recalled from Committee on Judiciary
C and referred to the Committee on Prohibition and En-
forcement.

CONSIDERATION OF BILLS OF A LOCAL NATURE
ON SECOND READING

House Bill No. 19:
A bill to be entitled An Act to authorize the City Coun-
cil of the City of Arcadia, Florida, to issue bonds for mu-
nicipal improvements in an amount not to exceed three
hundred fifty thousand ($350,000.00) dollars: prescrib-
ing the denomination, the rate of interest, and the
maturities of the said bonds, and providing for the levy
of a tax to pay the principal and interest thereof.
Was taken up.
Mr. Bell moved that the rules be waived and that
House Bill No. 19 be read a second time by its title only.
Which was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.
And House Bill No. 19 was read a second time by its
title only.
Mr. Bell moved that the rules be further waived and
that House Bill No. 19 be read a third time in full and
put upon its passage.
Which was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.
And House Bill No. 19 was read a third time in full.
Upon call of the roll on the passage of the bill the vote
was:
Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Allen, Bell, Bishop,
Branch, Brock, Bryant, Bullard, Busto, Byrd, Carroll,
Carver, Combs, Craig, Crews, Davis, Dew, Doty, Doug-
lass, DuVall, Eaton, Elliott, Ellis, Evans, Ezell, Fletcher,
Fox, Frisbee, Garrett, Getzen, Godwin, Greene, Harrell,
Harris, Harrison, Hendry (Lee), Hendry( Taylor), Hun-
'ter, Jennings, Johns, Kemp, Kendrick, Kennedy, Kurtz,
Levins, Lyles, McCall, McCracken, McElya, MacKenzie
(Lake), McKenzie (Putnam), McLeran, McSween, May,
Moore, Morgan, Mountain, Parrish, Petree, Register,
Savage, Shelley, Smith, Stokes, Stone, Strom, Taylor












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(Highlands), Taylor (Hillsborough), Trueman, Tucker,
Turnbull, Victor, Watson, Waybright, Weeks, Weidling,
West, Wester, Wetherington (Hamilton), Whitaker,
Whitty, Williams, Witherington( Orange), Young-84.
Nays-None.
So the bill passed, title as stated.
Mr. Bell moved that the rules be waived, and that
House Bill No. 19 be immediately certified to the Senate.
Which was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.
And House Bill No. 19 was so certified.

House Bill No. 21:
A bill to be entitled An Act to legalize, ratify, confirm
and validate all Acts and proceedings of the Mayor and
City Council of the City of South Jacksonville in connec-
tion with the issuance of four hundred thousand ($400,-
000.00) dollars municipal improvement bonds of said city,
including the election held in said city on the third day of
March, A. D. 1925 upon the question of the issuance of
said bonds and legalizing, ratifying, confirming and vali-
dating said bonds.
Was taken up.
Mr. Waybright moved that the rules be waived and
that House Bill No. 21 be read a second time by its title
only.
Which was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.
And House Bill No. 21 was read a second time by its
title only.
Mr. Waybright moved that the rules be further waived
and that House Bill No. 21 be read a third time in full
and put upon its passage.
Which was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.
And House Bill No. 21 was read a third time in full.
Upon call of the roll on the passage of the bill the vote
was:
Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Allen, Bell, Bishop, Branch,
Rock, Bryant, Bullard, Busto, Byrd, Carroll, Carver,
Combs, Craig, Crews, Davis, Dew, Doty, Doiglass, DuVall,
Eaton, Elliott, Ellis, Evans, Ezell, Fletcher, Fox, Frisbee,
Garrett, Getzen, Godwin, Greene, Harrell, Harris, Harri-
son, Hendry (Lee), Hendry (Taylor), Hunter, Jennings,
Johns, Kemp, Kendrick, Kennedy, Kurtz, Levins, Lyles,
McCall, McCracken, McElya, MacKenzie (Lake), McKen-
zie (Putnam), McLeran, McSween, May, Moore, Morgan,











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Mountain, Parrish, Petree, Register, Savage, Shelley,
Smith, Stokes, Stone, Strom, Taylor (Highlands), Taylor
(Hillsborough), Trueman, Tucker, Turnbull, Victor, Wat-
son, Waybright, Weeks, Weidling, West, Wester, Wether-
ington (Hamilton), Whitaker, Whitty, Williams, Wither-
ington (Orange), Young-84.
Nays-None.
So the bill passed, title as stated.
Mr. Waybright moved that the rules be waived, and that
House Bill No. 21 be immediately certified to the Senate.
Which was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.
And House Bill No. 21 was so certified.

House Bill No. 23:
A bill to be entitled An Act to authorize the employment
by the County Commissioners of the County of Escambia
of Special Motorcycle Police, to fix the bond thereof, to
prescribe their powers, duties and compensation, and to
fix their term of office.
Was taken up.
Mr. Carroll moved that the rules be waived and that
House Bill No. 23 be read a second time by its title only.
Which was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.
And House Bill No. 23 was read a second time by its
title only.
Mr. Carroll moved that the rules be further waived and
that House Bill No. 23 be read a third time in full and
put upon its passage.
Whicn was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.
And House Bill No. 23 was read a third time in full.
Upon call of the roll on the passage of the bill the vote
was:
Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Allen, Bell, Bishop, Branch,
Brock, Bryant, Bullard, Busto, Byrd, Carroll, Carver,
Combs, Craig, Crews, Davis, Dew, Doty, Douglass, DuVall,
Eaton, Elliott, Ellis, Evans, Ezell, Fletcher, Fox, Frisbee,
Garrett, Getzen, Godwin, Greene, Harrell, Harris, Harrison,
Hendry (Lee), Hendry (Taylor), Hunter, Jennings, Johns,
Kemp, Kendrick, Kennedy, Kurtz, Levins, Lyles, McCall,
McCracken, McElya, MacKenzie (Lake), McKenzie (Put-
nam), McLeran, McSween, May, Moore, Morgan, Moun-
tain, Parrish, Petree, Register, Savage, Shelley, Smith,
Stokes, Stone, Strom, Taylor (Highlands), Taylor (Hills-
borough), Trueman, Tucker, Turnbull, Victor, Watson,