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Table of Contents
    Title Page
        Page i
    June 1925
        Saturday, June 6
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    Summary of legislative pay rolls - Extra session June 6, 1925
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    Index
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        House concurrent resolutions in the house
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        Index house bills in the house
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        Index to senate bills in the house
            Page 4952
Full Text




EXTRAORDINARY SESSION
1925



Journal of the



House of Representatives



Convened on Saturday, June 6th, at the
Capitol, in the City of Tallahassee, Flor-
ida, by Proclamation Issued by the
Governor, Hon. John W. Martin,
on Friday, June 5th, 1925.














JOURNAL OF THE
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES



Of the State of Florida, at an Extraordinary Session of
the Legislature, convened by the Proclamation of His
Excellency, the Governor, begun and held at the Capitol,
in the City of Tallahassee, in the State of Florida, on:

Saturday, June 6, 1925



The following proclamation from the Governor was
read:

The State of Florida, Executive Department.

A PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR.

Whereas, The Florida Legislature, convened in regular
session in the year 1925, has now been in session for the
sixty days allowed by the Constitution for such purposes;
and
Whereas, The time has now arrived for the regular ses-
sion of the Legislature to adjourn sine die; and
Whereas, The Legislature of the State of Florida at its
regular session of 1925 has failed to pass and enact into law
a statute providing adequate appropriations for the con-
duct of the State government which will be necessary for
the use of said government for the biennium beginning
July 1, 1925, and ending June 30, 1927; and has failed to
provide for raising revenue sufficient to defray the ex-
penses of the State for the next two years as is mandato-
rily required by Section 2, Article 9, of the State Consti-
tution;
Now. therefore, I, John W. Martin, as Governor of thl
State of Florida, under and by virtue of the authority
"vested in me as Governor by the Constitution of the
State of Florida, do hereby make this my proclamation and
call a special session of the Florida Legislature, composed
of the duly elected and qualified Senators of the several











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Senatorial Districts of the State of Florida, and of the
duly elected and qualified members of the House of Repre-
sentatives of the State of Florida, to be convened at the
Capitol, in Tallahassee, Florida, on Saturday, the sixth day
of June, A. D. 1925, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, for the
purpose of passing and enacting into law such statutes as
may be required.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand as Gov-
ernor and caused the Great Seal of the State of Florida to
be hereunto affixed, at Tallahassee, the Capital, on this the
5th day of June, A. D. 1925.
JOHN W. MARTIN, Governor.
Attest: H. CLAY CRAWFORD,
Secretary of State.

The House was called to order pursuant to the above
proclamation at ten o'clock, A. M., Saturday June 6,
1925, by Hon. A. Y. Milam, Speaker of the House of Rep-
resentatives.
The certified list of the Secretary of State of the mem-
bers elected to the House of Representatives for the regular
session of 1925 was called, and the following answered to
their names:

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.
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.
SDade-Norris McElya, Miami.
Dixie-T. A. Fletcher, Fletcher.
Duval-Edgar W. Waybright, South Jacksonville.












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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.
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.
Pasco-Edwin S. Dew, Dade City.
Pinellas-S. D. Harris, St. Petersburg.
Polk-Thos. W. Bryant, Lakeland.
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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.
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.
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.

The Speaker announced a quorum present.
Prayer by Rev. J. E. Mickler, Chaplain of the House at
the Regular Session.

INTRODUCTION OF RESOLUTIONS.

By Dr. Davis, of Leon-
House Resolution No. 1:
Be it resolved by the House of Representatives:
1. That the rules of this House, Regular Session of
1925, with the exception of Rule 95, be and the same are
hereby adopted as rules of this Special Session.
2. That all the orders, rules and regulations prevailing
at the 1925 regular session, except when changed by direct
vote at this session, shall prevail at this Special Session.
3. That where not otherwise specified, the House shall
meet at 10 A. MI. and recess at 1 P. M. and reconvene at
2:30 P. M. and adjourn at 6 P. M., no night sessions being
held unless ordered by vote of the House; and provided,
that a majority vote of the House may extend, but not de-
crease, the hours of labor of the House.
Which was read.
Mr. Davis moved the adoption of the resolution.
Which was agreed to.











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By Mr. McLeran, of Suwannee--
House Resolution No. 2:
Whereas, By proclamation of the Governor the 1925
Legislature has been called into extraordinary session for
the purpose of enacting a general appropriation bill and
a bill to raise revenue to meet the same, and
Whereas, By virtue of the limited subjects to which the
House is restricted for action by said Proclamation, the
full force of attaches and stenographers. will not be
necessary; now, therefore,
Be it resolved by the House of Representatives:
That the following named attaches of this extraordi-
nary session of the Legislature are hereby elected to con-
tinue their service at this session.
Speaker Pro Tempore-J. J. Parrish.
Chief Clerk-B. A. Meginniss.
Assistant Chief Clerk-Frank Webb.
Reading Clerk-Ammon McClellan.
Assistant Reading Clerk-Clay Lewis.
Sergeant-at-Arms-Nathan Jones.
Bill Clerk-Mrs. W. R. Dorman.
Assistant Bill Clerk-Dexter Lowry, Jr.
Doorkeeper-J. Hampton Jones
Messenger-C. J. Ferrell.
Enrolling Clerk-Miss Annie Bond.
Engrossing Clerk-Richard Ervin, Jr.
Supt. of Stenographic Service-W. F. Deming.
Chief Stenographer-E. F. Fetter.
Journal Index Clerk-Mrs. Josie Wells.
Chaplain-J. E. Mickler.
Pages (five)-Herbert Scott Gregory, Verna Louisa
Simmons, Chas. H. B. Floyd, Chris. D. Robertson, J. W.
Smith.
Janitor-A. H. Wallace.
That the Superintendent of Stenographic Service, the
Enrolling Clerk and Bill Clerk, shall report to the Leg-
islative Expense Committee anyneed on their part for
extra help, and that the Legislative Expense Committee
shall authorize the employment of such necessary help
only as will be necessary to ke-p up with the steno-
graphic, enrolling and engrossing service, same to be paid
for on approval by the Legislative Expense Committee.
That no other employees or attaches than those above
referred to shall be employed at this extraordinary ses-












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sion, except upon recommendation of the Legislative Ex-
pense Committee and vote of this House.
Be it further resolved, That all regular attaches and
employees of the regular session of the 1925 Legislature
who reported for duty with this extraordinary session
today, be paid one day's per diem for today, and that
thereafter only those above named shall be continued in
service, except as needed by the stenographic, enrolling or
engrossing room as hereinbefore provided for.
Which was read.

Mr. MacKenzie, of Lake, offered the following amend-
ment to House Resolution No. 2:
Add to the list of attachees: Cade E. Shackleford, Gal-
lery Janitor.
Mr. MacKenzie (Lake), moved the adoption of the
amendment. i
The amendment was agreed to.
Mr. McLeran moved the adoption of the Resolution as
amended.
Which was agreed to.

Mr. Davis moved that a committee of three be appointed
to notify the Governor that the House of Representatives
is organized and ready to receive any message or com-
munication he may be pleased to make.
Thereupon the Speaker appointed as such committee
Messrs. Young, Morgan and Trueman who retired, and
after a brief absence returned and reported that they had
performed their duty and were discharged.
Mr. Davis moved that a committee of three members be
appointed by the Speaker to advise the Senate that the
House of Representatives is organized, and ready.for busi-
ness.
Thereupon the Speaker appointed as such committee
Messrs. McCall, Bishop and Dew, who retired and after
a brief interval returned to the House and having an-
nounced the performance of their duty, were discharged.
A committee of three from the Senate, consisting of
Senators Phillips, Colson and Cone, appeared at the
Bar of the House of Representatives and announced that
the Senate is organized and ready for business.











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MESSAGE FROM THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL

The following message from the Attorney-General was
received:

State of Florida, Office of the Attorney-General,
Tallahassee, Florida, June 6, 1925.

Hon. Arthur Y. Milam, Speaker,
House of Representatives,
Tallahassee, Florida,

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
Extraordinary session of the legislature, 1925.
Very respectfully,
RIVERS BUFORD,
Attorney-General.

MESSAGES FROM THE GOVERNOR.

The following message from the Governor was received
and read:

State of Florida, Executive Department,
Tallahassee, June 6, 1925.

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

Dear Sir:

On the Proclamation of the Governor the Legislature
has assembled in Special Session for the purposes set forth
in said Proclamation, and I would respectfully call to the
attention of the membership that the cost to the tax payers
of the State each day that you are in session is approxi-
mately $2,000.00. I would, therefore, urge that you com-











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plete as speedily as possible the business for which you
have been called into extraordinary session without ad-
journment over to another legislative day.
Yours respectfully,
JOHN W. MARTIN,
Governor.

The Speaker Pro Tern in the chair.

Mr. McCall moved that it is the sense of the House that
the Appropriations Bill known as House Bill No. 1469,
passed by the House at the regular session, be taken up
for consideration at this session as a working basis for a
general appropriation bill.
Which was agreed to.

INTRODUCTION OF BILLS.

By Messrs. Hunter, of Marion, and Kennedy, of Lake-
House Bill No. 1:
A bill to be entitled An Act making appropriations for
salaries and other current expenses of the State for two
years from June 30th, 1925.
Which was read the first time by its title.
Mr. McCall moved that the rules be waived and that
House Bill No. 1 be read a second time by its title only.
Which was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.
And House Bill No. 1 was read a second time by its
title only.
Mr. Jennings moved that the rules be further waived
and that House Bill No. 1 be read a third time in full and
put upon its passage.
Which was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.
And the third reading of House Bill No. 1 was com-
menced.
Pending the third reading of House Bill No. 1-

The hour of 1 o'clock P. M. having arrived the House
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AFTERNOON SESSION-2:30 O'CLOCK.

The House was called to order by the Speaker at 2:30
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, Harri-
son, Hendry (Lee), Hendry (Taylor), Hunter, Jennings.
Johns, Kendrick, Kennedy, Kepler, Kurtz, Levins, McCall,
McElya, MacKenzie (Lake), McKenzie (Putnam), Mc-
Leran, 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, West, Wester, Wetherington (Hamilton), Whit-
aker, Whitty, Williams, Witherington (Orange), Young
-82.
A quorum present.
Mr. Davis moved that the following statement obtained
from the office of the Comptroller be spread upon the
Journal:

ESTIMATED RECEIPTS FOR ONE YEAR.
Miscellaneous receipts esti-
mated from general State
licenses, charter taxes, in-
surance companies and
agents, licenses, insurance
premium taxes, railroad
and telegraph license
taxes, etc., ............... $2,300,000.00
Estimated from direct ad
valorem taxes on real and
personal property including
railroads and telegraph lines
based on $550,000,000.
valuation and tax rate of
51/ mills. ..............$3,025,000.00

$5,325,000.00











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Total appropriation for one
year under Senate Bill No.
292 payable from the Gene-
ral Revenue Fund .................... $5,222,959.48

Balance ................................ $102,040.52
Balance in State Treasury
June 1, 1925 .......................... $2,077,893.69
Balance June 1, 1923 two
years ago ........................... $965,331.77
Which was agreed to.
Mr. Young in the chair.
The House resumed consideration of-
House Bill No. 1:
A bill to be entitled An Act making appropriations for
salaries and other current expenses of-the State for two
years from June 30, 1925.
And the third reading thereof was resumed.
And House Bill No. 1 was read a third time in full.
Mr. Taylor, of Highlands, offered the following amend-
ment to House Bill No. 1:
Under paragraph "Secretary of State," second item,
strike out $3600.00, and insert in lieu thereof the following:
$3250.00.
Mr. Taylor (Highlands), moved the adoption of the
amendment.
The amendment was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.
Mr. Taylor, of Highlands, offered the following amend-
ment to House Bill No. 1:
Under paragraph "State Treasurer" second item, strike
out $3600.00,' and insert in lieu thereof the following:
$3250.00.
Mr. Taylor (Highlands), moved the adoption of the
amendment.
The amendment was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.
Mr. Taylor, of Highlands, offered the following amend-
ment to House Bill No. 1:
Under paragraph "Commissioner of Agriculture" sec-
ond item, strike out $3600.00, and insert in lieu thereof
the following: $3250.00.
Mr. Taylor (Highlands), moved the adoption of the
amendment.
The amendment was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.










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Mr. Taylor, of Highlands, offered the following amend-
ment to House Bill No. 1:
Under Department "Commissioner of Agriculture"
strike out next to the last line "Attorney Department of
Agriculture $3,600.00."
Mr. Taylor (Highlands), moved the adoption of the
amendment.
The amendment was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.
Mr. Taylor, of Highlands, offered the following amend-
ment to House Bill No. 1:
Under paragraph "Camp Grounds," in line 5 strike
out "unexpected" and insert in lieu thereof the follow-
ing: "unexpended".
Mr. Taylor (Highlands) moved the adoption of the
amendment.
The amendment was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.
Mr. Taylor, of Highlands, offered the following amend-
ment to House Bill No. 1:
Under paragraph "Miscellaneous," line 26, strike out
"expense Legislative Session, $125,000.00."
Mr. Taylor (Highlands) moved the adoption of the
amendment.
The amendment was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.
Mr. Taylor, of Highlands, offered the following amend-
ment to House Bill No. 1:
Add to end of Section One:
DEFICIENCY CAPITOL ACCOUNT FOR PAST
TWO YEARS
City of Tallahassee ................. .......$ 604.96
Geo. D. Barnard Stationery Co. .............. 1,727.89
T. J. Appleyard ........................... 833.55
Underwood Typewriter Co. .................. 750.00
D. A. Dixon ................................ 829.95
Kaltenbach & Stephens, Inc. ................ 25.36
The Doyle-Clute-Carlisle-Braham Co............ 62.05
The American Disinfecting Co ................ 24.00
Fred'k Vietor & Achlis ....................... 25.36
Tallahassee Furniture Co. .................... 150.00
Florida Paper Co. ............. ........... 70.00
H. R. Kaufman .............................. 2.25
Southern Telephone & Construction Co. ....... 35.85
Charles Williams Hardware Co. .............. 91.61
Middle Florida Ice Company ................. 26.00

Total .................................... $5,258.83











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MISCELLANEOUS

New furniture and railing for House of Rep-
resentatives, necessary for re-apportioned
membership .............................. $5,000.00
or so much thereof as may be necessary.
Mr. Davis moved the adoption of the amendment.
The amendment was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.
M\r. Taylor, of Highlands, offered the following amend-
ment to House Bill No. 1:
Under lpara-graph "Railroad Commission," item 2, strike
out $2,000 and insert in lieu thereof the following: $2,600.
Mr. Taylor (Highlands) moved the adoption of the
amendment.
The amendment was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.
Mr. Taylor, of Highlands, offered the following amend-
ment to House Bill No. 1:
Under paragraph "Florida Industrial School for Girls,"
beginning with the item "Roof for Barn," strike out in the
second column of figures: $500.00; $350.00; $300.00;
$1,000.00; $22,500.00.
Mr. Taylor (Highlands) moved the adoption of the
amendment.
The amendment was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.
Mr. Taylor, of Highlands, offered the following amend-
ment to House Bill No. 1:
Under paragraph "Industrial School for Boys," line q,
first column, strike out $340.00, and insert in lieu thereof
the following: $840.00.
Mr. Taylor (Highlands) moved the adoption of the
amendment.
The amendment was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.
Mr. Taylor, of Highlands, offered the following amend-
ment to House Bill No. 1:
On page 32, the eighth item from the bottom, strike out
$600.00 in both columns.
Mr. Taylor (Highlands) moved the adoption of the
amendment.
The amendment was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.
Mr. Taylor, of Highlands, offered the following amend-
ment to House Bill No. 1:
Under paragraph "New Buildings Itemized," page 51,
line 10, strike out academies and insert in lieu thereof
Academic.











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Also in the same line strike out $39,000.00 and insert in
lieu thereof $89,000.00.
Mr. Taylor (Highlands) moved the adoption of the
amendmentt .
The amendment was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.
Mr. Taylor, of Highlands, offered the following amend-
ment to House Bill No. 1:
Under paragraph "New Buildings Itemized," line 14,
strike out "$3,000.00" and insert in lieu thereof the fol-
lowing: "$8,000.00".
Mr. Taylor (Highlands) moved the adoption of the
amendment.
The amendment was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.

Mr. Taylor, of Highlands, offered the following amend-
ment to House Bill No. 1:
Under paragraph "Florida Agricultural and Mechanical
College continued" page 55, line 5, strike out "$1,880.00."
and insert in lieu thereof the following: "$1,860.00".
Mr. Taylor (Highlands) moved the adoption of the
amendment.
The amendment was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.

Mr. Taylor, of Highlands, offered the following amend-
ment to House Bill No. 1:
On page 57, after the word "Marianna", strike out
"respectfully" and insert in lieu thereof the following:
"respectively".
Mr. Taylor (Highlands) moved the adoption of the
amendment.
The amendment was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.

Mr. Philips, of Levy, offered the following amendment
to House Bill No. 1:
In Section 1, page 12, under "State Superintendent Pub-
lic Instruction" add "each at" under "Traveling Ex-
penses of Rural School Inspectors".
Mr. Philips moved the adoption of the amendment.
The amendment was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.
Upon call of the roll on the passage of the bill as amend-
ed, the vote was:
Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Allen, Branch, Bullard,
Busto, Byrd, Carroll, Combs, Davis, Dew, Doty, DuVall,
Eaton, Ellis, Evans, Ezell, Harrell, Harris, Harrison, Hen-
dry (Lee), Hunter, Jennings, Johns, Kendrick, Kennedy,











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Kepler, Kurtz, McCall, McElya, MeLeran, May, Moore,
Morgan, Parrish, Philips, Register, Stokes, Stone, Taylcr
(Highlands), Trueman, Tucker, Turnbull, Victor, Way-
bright, West, Williams, Witherington (Orange), Young-
48.
Nays-Messrs. Bishop, Brock, Carver, Craig, Crews,
Douglass, Fletcher, Fox, Frisbee, Godwin, Greene, Levins,
MacKenzie (Lake), McKenzie (Putnam), McSween, Moun-
tain, Petree, Strom, Taylor (Hillsborough), Watson,
Weeks, Wester, Wetherington (Hamilton)-23.
So the bill, as amended, passed, title as stated.
And the same was ordered certified to the Senate.

ANNOUNCEMENT OF PAIRS.

Messrs. Bell and Elliott are paired; Mr. Bell, if voting,
would vote Aye, and Mr. Elliott would vote No.
Mr. Speaker: I am paired with Mr. Garrett. If he were
here he would vote "No." I vote "Aye."
J. W. SHELLEY,
Charlotte.
If Mr. Getzen were here he would vote No, I, (Bryant)
would vote Aye.
THOSE. W. BRYANT, of Polk.

EXPLANATIONS OF VOTE.

SI would like to support the appropriations necessary
for the various educational and other State institutions,
and I regret the necessity of voting against an appropria-
tion bill, but I must vote nay on this bill because of its
inequalities in the matter of salary raises, and its, to my
mind, injustice to the taxpayers, after the latter had been
led to expect lessened taxation burdens.
W. A. MacKENZIE,
Lake County.

I vote "No" on the passage of this bill, because its pro-
visions are so extravagant as to mean increased taxes. Also,
because, there are so many inequalities in the increases
granted. Therefore, believing that it is not only unreason-
ably extravagant, but entirely unfair, I must vote "No."
H. S. McKENZIE,
Putnam.












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I vote "No" on this bill, believing that such increase of
salaries and appropriations are not in accord with eco-
nomy.
T. C. DOUGLASS.

Mr. Davis moved that the rules be waived and that
House Bill No. 1 be certified to the Senate without en-
grossment.
Which was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.

INTRODUCTION OF BILLS.

By Mr. McLeran, of Suwannee, Chairman Committee on
Legislative Expense:
House Bill No. 2:
A bill to be entitled An Act to fix the pay of members,
officers and attaches of the extraordinary session of the
Legislature of the State of Florida, A. D. 1925, and certain
other expenses of the Legislature, and making appropria-
tion therefore.
Which was read the first time by its title.

Mr. McLeran moved that the rules be waived and that
House Bill No. 2 be read a second time by its title only.
Which was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.
And House Bill No. 2 was read a second time by its
title only.
Mr. McLeran moved tlat the rules be further waived and
that House Bill No. 2 be read a third time in full and put
apon its passage.
Which was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.
And House Bill No. 2 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, Bishop, Branch, Bry-
ant, Bullard, 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, Kendrick,
Kennedy, Kepler, Kurtz, Levins, McCall, McElya, MacKen-
zie (Lake), McKenzie (Putnam), McLeran, McSween, May,
Moore, Morgan, Mountain, Parrish, Petree, Philips, Regis-
ter, Savage Shelley, Smith, Stokes, Stone, Strom, Taylor
(Highlands), Taylor (Hillsborough), Trueman, Tucker,











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Turnbull, Victor, Watson, Waybright, Weeks, West, Wes-
ter, Wetherington (Hamilton), Whitaker, Whitty, Wil-
liams, Witherington (Orange), Young-80.
Nays-None.
So the bill passed, title as stated.
And the same was ordered certified to the Senate.

Mr. Davis moved that the rules be waived and that the
House do now adjourn until 8:30 o'clock P. M.
Which was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.

Whereupon, at 5:58 P. Mi. o'clock, the House stood ad-
journed until 8:30 o'clock P. M. this day.



EVENING SESSION-8:30 O'CLOCK.

The House was called to order by the Speaker at 8:30
o'clock P. M.
The roll was called and the following members answered
to their names:
Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Allen, Bishop, Branch, Brock, Bry-
ant, Bullard, Busto, Byrd, Carroll, Carver, Combs, Craig,
Crews, Davis, Dew, Doty, Douglass, DuVall, Eaton, ElUio t,
Ellis, Evans, Ezell, Fletcher, Fox, Frisbee, Garrett, Get-
zen, Godwin, Greene,Harrell, Harris, Harrison, Hend:y
(Lee), Hendry (Taylor), Hunter, Jennings, Johns, Kii-
drick, Kennedy, Kepler, Kurtz, Levins, Lyles, MeCai,
McElya, MacKenzie (Lake), McKenzie (Putnam), Mc-
Leran, McSween, May, Moore, Morgan, Mountain, Parrijh,
Pctree, Philips, Register, Savage, Shelley, Smith, Stokes,
Stone, Strom, Taylor (Highlands), Taylor (Hillsborougl),
Trueman, Tucker, Turnbull, Victor, Watson, Waybright,
Weeks, West, Wester, Wetherington (Hamilton), Vh t-
aker, Whitty, Williams, Witherington (Orange), Young
-82.
A quorum present.











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MESSAGES FROM TIE SENATE.

The following message from the Senate was received and
read:

Senate Chamber,
Tallahassee, Fla., June 6, 1925.

Hlon. 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 passed-
House Bill No. 2:
An Act to fix the pay of members, officers and attaches
of the Extraordinary Session of the Legislature of the
State of Florida, A. D. 1925, and certain other expenses
of the Legislature, and making appropriation therefore.
Very respectfully,
C. A. FINLEY,
Secretary of the Senate.
And House Bill No. 2, contained in the above message,
was referred to the Committee on Enrolled Bills.

Also-
The following message from the Senate was received and
read:
Senate Chamber.
Tallahassee, Florida, June 6, 1925.

lfon. 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 passed-

House Bill No. 1:
A bill to be entitled An Act making appropriations for
salaries and other current expenses of the State for two
years from June 30, 1925.












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With the following amendments:
No. 1. In Section 1, after line 27 of the printed bill,
page 37, under heading State Road Department," add the
following: "271/2. Five Division Clerks, each $1.500.00.
$1,500.00."
No. 2. In Section 1, line 52, under heading, State Road
Department, between the figures $2,100.00 and $2,700.00,
add the word "To"' under the subdivision "Project Engi-
neers.
No. 3. On page 15, Section 1, original bill, Railroad
Commission, line 1, strike out the figures: 13,500.00.
13,500.00, and insert in lieu thereof the following:
15,000.00, 15,000.00.
No. 4. Page 15, original bill, Section 1, Railroad Com-
mission, line 1, strike out the figures: 6,100, 6,100.00, and
insert in lieu thereof the following: 12,000.00, 12,000.00.
No. 5. In Section 1, page 2, under heading of Secretary
of State, line 6, Recording Clerk and stenographer, strike
out $1,320.00 in both columns, and insert in lieu thereof
the following: $1,500.00 in both columns.
Very respectfully,
C. A. FINLEY,
Secretary of the Senate.
And-
House Bill No. 1. together with the Senate amendments
thereto, as contained in the above message, was placed
before the House of Representatives.
Mr. McCall moved that the House do concur in the
Senate amendment No. 1 to House Bill No. 1.
Which was agreed to.
Mr. McCall moved that the House do concur in the
Senate amendment No. 2 to House Bill No. 1.
Which was agreed to.
Mr. McCall moved that the House do concur in the
Senate amendment No. 3 to House Bill No. 1.
Which was agreed to.
Mr. McCall moved that the House do concur in the
Senate amendment No. 4 to House Bill No. 1.
Which was agreed to.
Mr. McCall moved that the House do concur in the
Senate amendment No. 5 to House Bill No. 1.
Which was agreed to.
And House Bill No. 1, as passed by the House of Repre-
sentatives and amended by the Senate, and concurred in











4657



the House, was referred to the Committee on Engrossed
Bills

Also--
The following message from the Senate was received and
read:

Senate Chamber,
Tallahassee, Fla., June 6, 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 passed-
Senate Bill No. 1:
A bill to be entitled An Act to provide for the levy of
taxes for the years 1925 and 1926.
And respectfully requests the concurrence of the House
of Representatives therein.
Very respectfully,
C. A. FINLEY,
Secretary of the Senate.
And Senate Bill No. 1, contained in the above message,
was read the first time by its title

Mr. Davis moved that the rules be waived and that
Senate Bill No. 1 be read a second time by its title only.
Which was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.
And Senate Bill No. 1 was read a second time by its
title only.
Mr. Davis moved that the rules be further waived and
that Senate Bill No. 1 be read a third time in full and
put upon its passage.
Which was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.
And Senate Bill No. 1, 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, Branch, Brock, Bry-
ant, Bullard, Carroll, Combs, Craig, Davis, Dew, Doty,
DuVall, Eaton, Elliott, Ellis, Ezell, Getzen, Godwin, Har-
ris, Harrison, Hendry (Lee), Hunter, Kendrick, Kennedy,
281-H. B.













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Kepler, Kurtz, McCall, McElya, MacKenzie (Lake), Mc-
Leran, May, Moore, Morgan, Mountaiii, Parrish, Petree,
Philips, Register, Shelley, Smith, Stokes, Taylor (High-
lands), Trueman, Turnbull, Victor, Watson, Waybright,
West, Wester, Wetherington (Hamilton), Williams, With-
erington (Orange), Young-54.
Nays-Messrs. Carver, Evans, Fletcher, Fox, Frisbee,
McSween, Strom, Weeks-8.
So the bill passed, title as stated.
And the same was ordered certified to the Senate.

EXPLANATION OF VOTE.

Mr. Stone, of Baker, offered the following explanation
of his vote:
I vote "no"' because the amendment seeking to reduce
the millage for tick eradication was not adopted, and I
know that this work has proven a failure and an added
burden to the taxpayers.
Also-
The following message from the Senate was received and
read:

Senate Chamber,
Tallahassee, Fla.,J June 6, 1925.

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

Sir:

I am directed by the Senate to inform the House of
Representatives that the Senate has passed-
Senate Bill No. 2:
A bill to be entitled An Act to fix the salaries of certain
State officials.
And respectfully requests the concurrence of the House
of Representatives therein.
Very respectfully,
C. A. FINLEY,
Secretary of the Senate.
And Senate Bill No. 2, contained in the above message,
was read the first time by its title.














4659



MESSAGE FROM THE GOVERNOR.

The following message from the Governor was received
and read:

State of Florida, Executive Department,
Tallahassee, Florida, June 6, 1925.

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

Sir:

May I ask that before adjournment is taken, the Legis-
lature enact the necessary legislation to fix salaries of State
officers ?
Very respectfully,
JOHN W. MARTIN, Governor.

Mr. Davis moved that Senate Bill No. 2 be taken up out
of its order and now considered.
Which was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.
And--
Senate Bill No. 2:
A bill to be entitled An Act to fix the salaries of certain
State officials.
Was taken up.
Mr. Davis moved that the rules be waived and that Sen-
ate Bill No. 2 be read a second time by its title only.
Which was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.
And Senate Bill No. 2 was read a second time by its
title only.
Mr. Davis moved that the rules be further waived and
that Senate Bill No. 2 be read a third time in full and put
upon its passage.
Which was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.
And Senate Bill No. 2 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, Branch, Bullard,
Busto, Byrd, Carroll, Combs, Craig, Davis, Dew, Doty,
Douglass, DuVall, Eaton, Evans, Ezell, Fletcher, Getzen,
Godwin, Harrell, Harris, Harrison, Hendry (Lee), Hunter,











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Kendrick, Kennedy, Kepler, Kurtz, McElya, McLeran,
May, Moore, Morgan, Parrish, Philips, Register, Shelley,
Stokes, Stone, Taylor (Highlands), Trueman, Tucker, Vic-
tor, Watson, Waybright, West, Wetherington (Hamilton),
Williams, Witherington (Orange), Young-51.
Nays-Messrs. Brock, Carver, Crews, Elliott, Ellis, Fox,
Frisbee, MacKenzie (Lake), McSween, Mountain, Petree,
Smith, Strom, Weeks, Wester-15.
So the bill passed, title as stated.
And the same was ordered certified to the Senate.

INTRODUCTION OF CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS.

By Mr. Davis, of Leon-
House Concurrent Resolution No. 2:
Be it resolved by the House of Representatives, the
Senate concurring; That this Extraordinary Session of
the Florida Legislanture, convened by proclamation of the
Governor, having completed its duties and considered the
measures specified in said proclamation, shall adjourn
sine die at twelve (12) o'clock, midnight, Saturday, June
the 6th, 1925.
Be it further resolved by the House of Representatives,
and the Senate concurring; That the Journal of this Ex-
traordinary Session of the Legislature shall be bound to-
gether with the Journal of the regular session, which ad-
journed June 5th, 1925, and that said Journal of the
Regular Session of 1925, together with the Journal of this
Extraordinary session, shall be printed in two volumes,
and that the laws passed by this Extraordinary session
shall be bound with the General Laws passed at the regu-
lar session of 1925 Legislature.
Be it further resolved by the House of Representatives,
and the Senate concurring: That the Chief Clerk of the
House and the Secretary of the Senate shall cause to be
mailed to each member of the House and Senate a copy
of the Journal of this Extraordinary session, and when
printed, the cost of wrapping and mailing the same to
be charged as Legislative expense of this session.
Which was read.
Mr. Davis moved that the rules be waived and that
House Resolution No. 2 be read a second time.
Which was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.












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And House Concurrent Resolution No. 2 was read a
second time.
Mr. Davis moved the adoption of the resolution.
Which was agreed to.

By Mr. McLeran, of Suwannee-
House Concurrent Resolution No. 3:
Be It Resolved, by the House of Representatives, the
Senate concurring, That the Chief Clerk of the House of
Representatives and the Secretary of the Senate be and are
hereby authorized to approve the printing bills for the
Extraordinary Session (1925) of the respective bodies, atn
that the Comptroller be authorized to audit and pay said
bills, when properly signed as above, from the funds ap-
propriated for legislative expenses.
Which was read.
Mr. McLeran moved that the rules be waived and House
Concurrent Resolution No. 3 be read a second time.
Which was agreed to by a two-thirds vote.
House Concurrent Resolution No. 3 was read a second
time.
Mr. McLeran moved the adoption of the resolution.
Which was agreed to.

By Mr. Davis, of Leon-
House Resolution No. 3:
Be it resolved by the House of Representatives, That
the house expresses to our Chief Clerk, Judge B. A. Me-
ginniss, and Assistant Chief Clerk, Frak Webb, Sergeant-
at-Ams and Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms, and to our Read-
ing Clerk, Assistant Reading Clerk, Bill Clerk and Assis-
tant Bill Clerk, our other attaches not herein specifically
named, and to our stenographers, and last but not least
to our colleague, Mr. Weeks of Holmes, Chairman of the
Efficiency Committee, our sincere appreciation for the
unexcelled manner in which the clerical and routine work
of this Legislature has been dispatched, and the economi-
cal way in which the same has been administered without
loss of efficiency and service.
Which was read.
Mr. Davis moved the adoption of the resolution.
Which was agreed to.









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By Mr. Davis, of Leon-
House Resolution No. 4:
Be it Resolved by the House of Representatives, That
the House of Representatives of the Florida Legislature
hereby expresses its sincere thanks and appreciation to the
members of the Associated Press, and other newspaper
men, who have been in attendance to report the proceed-
ings of this Legislature, for the splendid service rendered
to the people of the State and to this body, in giving fair
and honest publicity to all of its proceedings, both in this
Extraordinary Session and the Regular Session, and that
a copy of this Resolution be furnished the press by the
Chief Clerk.
Which was read.
Mr. Davis moved the adoption of the Resolution.
Which was agreed to.

REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON ENGROSSED BILLS.

Mr. Byrd, Chairman of the Committee on Engrossed
Bills, submitted the following report:

House of Representatives,
Tallahassee, Fla., June 6, 1925.

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

Sir:

Your Committee on Engrossed Bills, to whom was re-
ferred (with amendments) after third reading-
House Bill No. 1:
A bill to be entitled An Act making appropriations for
salaries and other current expenses of the State for two
years from June 30, 1925.
Have carefully examined the same, and find same cor-
rectly engrossed, and return same herewith.
Very respectfully,
F. L. BYRD,
Chairman of Committee.
And House Bill No. 1, contained in the above report, was
referred to the Committee on Enrolled Bills.









4663



MESSAGES FROM THE SENATE.

The following message from the Senate was received and
read:

Senate Chamber,
Tallahassee, Fla., June 6, 1925.

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

Sir:

I am directed by the Senate to inform the House of
Representatives that the Senate has adopted-
House Concurrent Resolution No. 3:
Be It Resolved by the House of Representatives, the
Senate concurring, That the Chief Clerk of the House of
Representatives and the Secretary of the Senate be and are
hereby authorized to approve the printing bills for the
Extraordinary Session (1925) of the respective bodies, and
that the Comptroller be authorized to audit and pay said
bills, when properly signed as above, from the funds ap-
propriated for Legislative Expenses.
Very respectfully,
C. A. FINLEY,
Secretary of the Senate.

Also-
The following message from the Senate was received and
read:

Senate Chamber,
Tallahassee, Florida, June 6, 1925.

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

Sir:

I am directed by the Senate to inform the House of
Representatives that the Senate has adopted-
House Concurrent Resolution No. 2:
Be it resolved by the House of Representatives, the
Senate concurriing: That this Extraordinary Session of












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the Florida Legislature, convened by the proclamation of
the Governor, having completed its duties and considered
the measures specified in said proclamation, shall adjourn
sine die at twelve (12) o'clock, midnight, Saturday, June
the 6th, 1925.
Be it further resolved by the House of Representatives,
and the Senate concurring: That the Journal of this
Extraordinary Session of the Legislature shall be bound
together with the Journal of the Regular Session, which
adjourned June 5th, 1925, and that said Journal of the
regular session of 1925, together with the Journal of this
Extraordinary Session shall be printed in two volumes,
and that the laws passed by this Extraordinary Session
shall be bound with the General Laws passed at the regu-
lar session of 1925 Legislature.
Be it further resolved by the House of Representatives,
and the Senate concurring, that the Chief Clerk of the
House and the Secretary of the Senate shall cause to be
mailed to each member of the House and the Senate a copy
of the Journal of this Extraordinary Session, and when
printed, the cost of wrapping and mailing the same to be
charged as Legislative expense of this session.
Very respectfully,
C. A. FINLEY,
Secretary of the Senate.

INTRODUCTION OF RESOLUTIONS.

By Mr. McCall, of Hamilton-
House Resolution No. 5:
Be it Resolved, by the House of Representatives, That
we the members of the House of Representatives of the
State of Florida, do hereby tender and express to the
people of Tallahassee our sincere and heartfelt thanks and
appreciation for the many courtesies extended to us during
our stay in the Capital City, both during the Regular and
Extraordinary Session, which courtesies have contributed
so materially to the pleasure of our session, and
Be it further resolved, That the Chief Clerk is hereby
directed to furnish a copy of this resolution to the press
of Tallahassee.
Which was read.
Mr. McCall moved the adoption of the Resolution.
"Which was agreed to.












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REPORTS OF JOINT COMMITTEE ON ENROLLED
BILLS.

Mr. C. H. Taylor, Chairman of the Joint Committee on
Enrolled Bills on the part of the House of Representa-
tives, submitted the following report:

House of Representatives,
Tallahassee, Fla., June 6, 1925.

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

Sir:

Your Joint Committee on Enrolled Bills, to whom was
referred-
Senate Bill No. 2:
An Act to fix the salaries of certain State Officials.

Also-
Senate Bill No. 1:
An Act to provide for the levy of taxes for the years
1925 and 1926.
Have carefully examined the same, and find same cor-
rectly enrolled, and herewith present the same for the
signatures of the Speaker and Chief Clerk of the House
of Representatives.
Very respectfully,
C. H. TAYLOR,
Chairman of the Joint Committee on Enrolled Bills
on the Part of the House of Representatives.
The bills contained in the above report were thereupon
duly signed by the Speaker and Chief Clerk of the House
of Representatives, in open session, and ordered referred
to the Chairman of the Joint Committee on Enrolled Bills
on the-Part of the House, to be conveyed to the Senate for
the signatures of the President and Secretary thereof.

Mr. C. H. Taylor, Chairman of the Joint Committee on
Enrolled Bills on the part of the House of Representa-
tives, submitted the following report:










4866



House of Representatives,
Tallahassee, Florida, June 6, 1925.

Hon A. Y. Mila;m,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.

Sir:

Your Joint Committee on Enrolled Bills, to whom was
referred-
(House Bill No. 2):
An Act to fix the pay of members, officers and at-
taches of the Extraordinary Session of the Legislature of
the State of Florida, A. D. 1925, and certain other ex-
penses of the Legislature and making appropriation
therefore.

Also-
(House Bill No. 1):
An Act making appropriations for salaries and other
current expenses of the State for two years from June
30, 1925.

Have carefully examined the same, and find same cor-
rectly enrolled, and herewith present the same for the
signatures of the Speaker and Chief Clerk of the House
of Representatives.
Very respectfully,
C. H. TAYLOR,
Chairman of the Joint Committee on Enrolled Bills
on the Part of the House of Representatives.
The bills, contained in the above report, were thereupon
duly signed by the Speaker and Chief Clerk of the House
of Representatives, in open session, and ordered referred
to the Chairman of the Joint Committee on Enrolled Bills
on the Part of the House, to be conveyed to the Senate
for the signatures of the President and Secretary thereof.

SMr. C. H. Taylor, Chairman of the Joint Committee on
Enrolled Bills on the part of the House of Representatives,
submitted the following report:









4667



House of Representatives,
Tallahassee, Fla., June 6, 1925.

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

Sir:

Your Joint Committee on Enrolled Bills, to whom was
referred-
House Concurrent Resolution No, 1:
Be It Resolved by the House of Representatives, the Sen-
ate concurring, That the Chief Clerk of the House of Rep-
resentatives and the Secretary of the Senate be and are
hereby authorized to approve the printing bills for the
Extraordinary Session (1925) of the respective bodies, and
that the Comptroller be authorized to audit and pay said
bills, when properly signed, as above, from funds appro-
priated for Legislative Expenses.
Have carefully examined the same, and find same cor-
rectly enrolled, and herewith present the same for the
signatures of the Speaker and Chief Clerk of the House
of Representatives.
SVery respectfully,
C. H. TAYLOR,
Chairman of the Joint Committee on Enrolled Bills
on the Part of the House of Representatives.
The resolution, contained in the above report, was
thereupon duly signed by the Speaker and Chief Clerk (of
the House of Representatives, in open session, and ordered
referred to the Chairman of the Joint Committee on En-
rolled Bills on the Part of the House, to be conveyed to
the Senate for the signatures of the President and Secre-
tary thereof.

Mr. C. H. Taylor, Chairman of the Joint Committee on
Enrolled Bills on the part of the House of Representatives,
submitted the following report:












4668



House of Representative.-,
Tallahassee, Fla., June 6, 1925,
Hon. A. Y. Milam,
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
Sir:
Your Joint Committee on Enrolled Bills, to whom was
referred-
House Concurrent Resolution No. 2:
Be it Resolved, by the House of Representatives, the
Senate concurring:
That this Extraordinary Session of the Florida Legisla-
ture, convened by Proclamation of the Governoi, having
completed its duties and considered the measures specified
in said proclamation, shall adjourn sine die at twelve (12)
o'clock, midnight, Saturday, June 6th, 1925.
Be It Further Resolved by the House of Representativ-es
and the Senate concurring, That the Journal of this
Extraordinary Session of the Legislature shall be bound
together with the Journal of the Regular Session, which
adjourned June 5th, 1925, and that said Journal of the
Regular Session of 1925, together with the Journal of the
Extraordinary Session, shall be printed in two volumes,
and that the laws passed by this Extraordinary Session
shall be bound with the General Laws passed at the regular
session of 1925 Legislature.
Be It Further Resolved by the House of Representatives
and the Senate concurring that the Chief Clerk of the
House and the Secretary of the Senate shall cause to be
mailed to each member of the House and Senate a copy of
the Journal of this Extraordinary Session, and when
printed, the cost of wrapping and mailing shall be charged
as Legislative expense of this session.

Have carefully examined the same, and find same cor-
rectly enrolled, and herewith present the same for the
signatures of the Speaker and Chief Clerk of the House
of Representatives.
Very respectfully,
C. H. TAYLOR,
Chairman of the Joint Committee on Enrolled Bills
on the Part of the House of Representatives.
The resolution, ccontained in the above report, was there-
upon duly signed by the Speaker and Chief Clerk of the










4669



House of Representatives, in open session, and ordered re-
ferred to the Chairman of the Joint Committee on Enrolled
Bills on the part of the House, to be conveyed to the Senate
for the signatures of the President and Secretary thereof.

Mr. C. H. Taylor, Chairman of the Joint Committee on
Enrolled Bills on the part of the House of Representatives,
submitted the following report:

House of Representatives,
Tallahassee, Florida, June 6, 1925.

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

Sir:

Your Joint Committee on Enrolled Bills, to whom was
referred-
House Concurrent Resolution No. 1:
Be it resolved by the House of Representatives, the
Senate concurring: That the Chief Clerk of the House of
Representatives and the Secretary of the Senate be and
are hereby authorized to approve, the printing bills for
the Extraordinary Session (1925) of the respective bodies,
and that the Comptroller be authorized to audit and pay
said bills, when properly signed, as above, from funds
appropriated for Legislative Expenses.
Beg leave to report that the same have this day been
presented to the Governor for his approval.
Very respectfully,
C. H. TAYLOR,
Chairman of the Joint Committee on Enrolled Bills
on the part of the House of Representatives.

Mr. Taylor, Chairman of the Joint Committee. on En-
rolled Bills on the part of the House of Representatives,
submitted the following report:














4670



House of Representatives,
Tallahassee, Florida, June 6, 1925.

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

Sir:

Your Joint Committee on Enrolled Bills, to whom was
referred-
House Bill No. 2:
An Act to fix the pay of members, officers and attache
of the Extraordinary Session of the Legislature of the
State of Florida, A. D. 1925, and certain other expenses of
the Legislature, and making appropriation therefore.

Also-
House Bill No. 1:
An Act making appropriations for salaries and other
current expenses of the State for two years from June 30,
1925.

Also-
Senate Bill No. 2.
An Act to fix the salaries of certain State officials.

Also-
Senate Bill No. 1.
An Act to provide for the levy of taxes for the years
1925 and 1926.

Beg leave to report that the same have this day been
presented to the Governor for his approval.
Very respectfully,
C. H. TAYLOR,
Chairman of the Joint Committee on Enrolled Bills
on the Part of the House of Representatives.

Mr. C. H. Taylor, Chairman of the Joint Committee on
Enrolled Bills on the part of the House of Representa-
tives, submitted the following report:













4671



House of Representatives,
Tallahassee, Fla., June 6, 1925.

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

Sir:
Your Joint Committee on Enrolled Bills, to whom was
referred-
House Concurrent Resolution No. 2:
Be it Resolved by the House of Representatives, the
Senate concurring:
That this Extraordinary Session of the Florida Legisla-
ture, convened by proclamation of the Governor, having
completed its duties and considered the measures specified
in said proclamation, shall adjourn sine die at twelve (12)
o'clock, midnight, Saturday, June 6th, 1925.
Be it further resolved by the House of Representatives
and the Senate concurring, that the Journal of this Extra-
ordinary Session of the Legislature shall be bound together
with the Journal of the Regular Session, which adjourned
June 5th 1925, and that said Journal of the Regular Ses-
sion of 1925, together with the Journal of the Extraordin-
ary Session, shall be printed in two volumes, and that the
laws passed by this Extraordinary Session shall be bound
with the General Laws passed at the regular session of
1925 Legislature.
Be it further Resolved by the House of Representatives
and the Senate concurring, That the Chief Clerk of the
House and the Secretary of the Senate shall cause to be
nailed to each member of the House and Senate a copy of
the Journal of this Extraordinary Session, and when print-
ed the cost of wrapping and mailing shall be charged as
legislative expense of this session.
Beg leave to report that the same have this day been
presented to the Governor for his approval.
Very respectfully,
C. H. TAYLOR,
Chairman of the Joint Committee on Enrolled Bills
on the part of the House of Representatives.

A committee consisting of three members from the Sen-
ate, to-wit, Senators Calkins, Putnam and Edge, appeared
before the bar of the House and announced that the Sen-











4672



ate has finished its business and is prepared to adjourn
sine die at twelve o'clock midnight tonight.
Mr. Davis moved that a committee of three members
of the House of Representatives be appointed by the
Speaker to wait upon the Senate and advise that body
that the House has concluded its business and is prepared
to adjourn sine die at midnight tonight.
Which was agreed to.
And the Speaker thereupon appointed as such commit-
tee, Messrs. Kurtz, Ellis, and MacKenzie (Lake), who re-
tired and after a brief absence returned to the House and
reported that they had performed the duty assigned them
and were discharged.
Mr. Davis moved that a committee of three members be
appointed by the Speaker to wait upon his Excellency,
the Governor of the State of Florida, and inform him
that the House of Representatives has finished its work
and is prepared to adjourn sine die at midnight tonight.
Which was agreed to.

Whereupon the Speaker appointed as such committee,
Messrs. McEIya, Getzen and McCall, who retired and after
.a short interval returned to the House of Representa-
tives and announced that they had performed the duty
assigned them, and were thereupon discharged.

The hour of twelve o'clock, midnight, Saturday, June
6, 1925, having arrived, Mr. Davis moved that pursuant
to the provisions of House Concurrent Resolution No. 2,
heretofore adopted, that the House of Representatives do
now adjourn sine die.
Which was agreed to.

And the Speaker declared the House of Representatives
for the Extraordinary Session, convened this day, ad-
journed sine die.














Summary of Legislative

Pay Rolls.



EXTRA SESSION, JUNE 6, 1925



Senate.
Members .........................$1,574.80
Attaches ......................... 164.00
Service rendered under Senate Reso-
lution No. 4 .................... 50.00
Engrossing and Enrolling (covering
session, overtime, night work, and
allowance for extra time).........
Enrolling (night work) ............



Total (both houses) ............



$1,788.80 $5,226.80
$7,015.60



ATTACHES OF THE SENATE-EXTRA
SESSION OF 1925.
Name. Position. Amount.
C. A. Finley, Secretary ........................$ 6.00
Miss S. M. Biddle, Assistant Secretary. ......... 6.00
Mrs. Lucy Grant, Secretary to President.......... 6.00
Mrs. Charlotte Midyette, Verifier. ............... 6.00
Miss Luna Bowdoin, Index Secretary............. 6.00
.Willard Hicks, Bill Secretary.................. 6.00
Miss Kate Inman, Reading Secretary ............ 6.00
Ray Walden, Assistant Reading Secretary. ....... 6.00
Joseph Cannon, Sergeant-at-Arms. .............. 6.00
Mrs. Emma McDougall, Enrolling Secretary. ..... 6.00
Mrs. Jet Ong, Typist ......................... 6.00
Mrs. Fleetwood, Typist....................... 6.00
Mrs. W. M. Smith, Verifier ..................... 6.00
Mrs. Bessie Harris, Verifier..................... 6.00
Mrs. Bessie Holder, Typist...................... 6.00
Miss Elizabeth Meadows, Typist................ 6.00
282-H. B.



House.
$4,667.80
236.00



282.00
41.00











4674



Name. Position. Amount.
Mrs. Newell Martin, Engrossing Secretary........ 6.00
Mrs. Shep Clark, Typist....................... 6.00
F. A. Currie, Page ............................ 4.00
Roy Groom, Page.................... ........ 4.00
Randall Dickinson, Page ........................ 4.00
L. M. Patterson, Messenger..................... 6.00
Miss Ruth Harte, Stenographer ................. 6.00
Miss Corrie Lowe, Stenographer................ 6.00
Mrs. Evelyn King, Stenographer ................ 6.00
Bill Phillips, Jr., Page ........................... 4.00
Eugene Hawkins, Janitor ...................... 6.00
J. W. Jackson, Chaplain ................. ...... 4.00
W. H. Chancey, Doorkeeper.................... 6.00

Total ......................... ........... $164.00

ATTACHES OF THE SENATE-EXTRA SESSION
OF 1925-UNDER SENATE RESOLUTION NO. 4.

Miss Kate Inman, Reading Secretary. ...........$ 5.00
Mrs. W. M. Smith............................. 5.00
Mrs. Bessie Harris ........................... 5.00
Mrs. Jane Fleetwood.......................... 5.00
Mrs. Emma McDougall................ .......... 5.00
Miss Elizabeth Meadows ........................ 5.00
Mrs. A. C. Holder............................. 5.00
Mrs. Jet Ong.................. ............ 5.00
Mrs. Newell Martin ........................... 5.00
Mrs. Shep Clark ............................... 5.00

Total ..................................... $50.00

ATTACHES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTA-.
TIVES-EXTRA SESSION OF 1925.



B. A. Meginnis, Chief Clerk ....................$
Frank Webb, Assistant Chief Clerk. ............
Mrs. W. R. Dorman, Bill Clerk..................
Dexter Lowry, Assistant Bill Clerk..............
Ammon McClellan, Reading Clerk...............
Clay Lewis, Assistant Reading Clerk............
C. E. Johnston, Sergeant-at-Arms................
Nathan Jones, Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms.......



6.00
6.00
6.00
6.00
6.00
6.00
8.00
6.00











4675



Name. Position. Amount.
J. Hamp Jones, Doorkeeper.................... 6,00
Cade E. Shackleford, Doorkeeper (Gallery)...... 6.00
R. W. Ervin, Engrossing Clerk................. 6.00
Miss Annie Bond, Enrolling Clerk. .............. 6.00
Chas. J. Ferrell, Messenger .................... 6.00
W. F. Deming, Stenographer................... 6.00
E. F. Fetter, Stenographer. .................. .. 6.00
Gertrude Finnegan, Stenographer............... 6.00
Mrs. Nell Ragsdale, Stenographer. .............. 6.00
Mrs. H. V. Tonge, Stenographer................ 6.00
Mrs. L. V. Trueman, Stenographer. ............ 6.00
Miss Mae Cumba, Stenographer ................. 6.00
Mrs. Leona McElwain, Stenographer ............ 6.00
Miss Jean Neel, Stenographer.................. 6.00
Miss Ethel McDaniel, Typist................... .. 6.00
Miss Esther Maige, Typist...................... 6.00
Miss Gladys Roberts, Typist .................. 6.00
Mrs. C. F. Kinsley, Typist...................... 6.00
Miss C. Wende, Verifier............... .. ..... 6.00
J. W. Bevis, Jr., Verifier and Messenger ......... 6.00
R. M. Warren, Messenger ........................ 6.00
Miss Gertrude Steger, Stenographer............. 6.00
A. H. W allace, Janitor. ........................ 6.00
H. A. Jenks, Assistant Janitor ................. 6.00
Rev. J. E. Mickler, Chaplain...... ........... 4.00
Miss Florine Summerall, Secretary to Speaker.... 6.00
Mrs. B. A. Meginniss, Journal Index Supervisor.. 6.00
Mrs. Josie Wells, Journal Index Clerk ........... 6.00
H. S. Gregory, Page.......................... 4.00
Verna Louise Simmons, Page .........o......... 4.00
C. H. B. Floyd, Page....................... 4.00
C. D. Robertson, Page ........................... 4.00
John W. Smith, Page......................... 4.00

Total ..................... ....... .......$236.00











4676



EXTRA SESSION JUNE 6, 1925-ENGROSSING AND
ENROLLING-PAY ROLL FOR ONE DAY AND
NIGHT WORK OVERTIME AND ALLOW-
ANCE FOR EXTRA TIME.

Mrs. L. B. Scott, One Day .....................$ 6.00
Mrs. S. E. Cobb, One Day...................... 6.00
Miss Lula Mickler, One Day.................... 6.00
Miss Lillian Mickler, One Day.................. 6.00
Miss Laura May Wells, One Day................ 6.00
Mrs. L. W. Seabrook, One Day................. 6.00
Mrs. E. S. Roberts, One Day................... 6.00
Mrs. J. P. Cooksey, One Day.................... 6.00
G. A. Jury, One Day .......................... 6.00
Julia Footman, One Day........................ 6.00
Mrs. Kate VanBrunt, One Day.................. 6.00
Mrs. Julia Fordham, One Day .................. 6.00
Mrs. Mattie Johnson, One Day.................. 6.00
Mrs. Elizabeth Jacobie, One Day................. 6.00
Sam E. Cobb, Jr., One Day................... ... 6.00
Broward McClellan, One Day .................. 6.00
Kerfoot Bryant, One Day..................... 6.00
Mrs. C. D. Burr, One Day...................... 6.00
Miss Stella Harrell, One Day ................... 6.00
Miss Nellie Rabon, One Day. .................. 6.00
Miss Eunice Carroll, One Day .................. 6.00
Mrs. R. R. Parramore, One Day................ 6.00
Miss Luella Maxwell, One Day .................. 6.00
Miss Margaret Barnes, One Day ............... 6.00
Miss Esther Maige, One Day .................... 6.00
Miss Pauline Kelly, One Day and Overtime. ..... 7.00
Mrs. C. F. Kinsey, One-half Day................ 3.00
Mrs. H. F. Parsons, One Day................... 6.00
John M. Crumpton, One Day. ................ 6.00
Miss Mae Cumba, 21/2 Hours.................... 2.50
Mrs. H. V. Tonge, 21/2 Hours.................... 2.50
Miss Gertrude Finnegan, 212Hours.............. 2.50
Miss Jean Neel, 21/2 Hours ..................... 2.50
Miss Gladys Roberts, 21/2 Hours ................ 2.50
Miss C. Wende, 21/ Hours ..................... 2.50
Richard Ervin, 21/ Hours ...................... 2.50
Mrs. L. V. Trueman, 2/2 Hours................ 2.50
Miss Stella Harrell, 21/ Hours ................ 2.50
Mrs. DeVere Burr, 21/2 Hours.................. 2.50










4677

Name. Amount.
Miss Eunice Carroll, 21/2 Hours................. 2.50
Mrs. H. P. Parsons, 2/2 Hours.................. 2.50
Miss Esther Maige, 2 Hours................. 2.50
Miss Margaret Barnes, 2...................... .2.50
Mrs. R. R. Parramore, 21/2 Hours. ............. 2.50
Miss Luella Maxwell, 2 Hours................ 2.50
John Crumpton, 21/2 Hours.................... 2.50
Miss Nellie Raybon, 2% Hours ................. 2.50
C. D. Burr, 2 1 Hours........................ 2.50
Miss Margaret Mullikin, 2 1Hours .............. 2.50
Miss Elizabeth Meadows, 5 days extra time allowed 30.00
Miss Annie Bond, 5 days extra time allowed...... 30.00

Total ................. .............. ....... $282.00

ATTACHES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTA-
TIVES-EXTRA SESSION OF 1925.

(For Night Work Done in the Enrolling Room.)

Laura May Wells. .................... ....... $ 2.50
Bessie W ells ................................... 2.50
Lillian Mickler ....... ... .... .................. 2.50
Lula Mickler ................................... 2.50
Mrs. E. S. Roberts ............................ 2.50
Mrs. Louise Scott ............ .... ............. 2.50
Mrs. S. E. Cobb ........................... 2.50
Mrs. Kate Van Brunt........................ 2.50
Mrs. 0. M Jacobie........................... 2.50
Mrs. Mattie Johnson .......... .......... ..... 2.50
Miss Julia Footman............................ 2.50
Mrs. Julfa Fordham ................... ......... 2.50
G. A. Jury ................... ............... 2.50
Mrs. Emily Cooksey. .......................... 2.50

$35.00
The following name was left off of the payroll for
Saturday (the extra session) and should have gone
on :
Terry Bannerman.............. ............ $. $ 6.00

Total ..... ..... ................. .......... $41.00








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INDEX TO PROCEEDINGS OF THE EXTRAORDI.
NARY SESSION OF THE LEGISLATURE OF
FLORIDA, SESSION OF 1925



NOTE.-The Extraordinary Session of the Legislature
of Florida of 1925, convened Saturday, June 6th, pursuant
to the Proclamation of the Governor, and immediately fol-
lowing the regular session of the Legislature of 1925,
which adjourned sine die June 5th, 1925. 8he persuinel of
members, officers, attaches, etc., is therefore exactly the
same as that of the regular session, and the index to the
day's proceedings in the House of Representatives is as fol-
lows:


Proclamation of the Governor. Pages........ 4639, 4640
Certified list of Members ............... 4640, 4641, 4642
Message from Attorney General.................. 4645
Message from Governor urging speedy conclusion of
bu.ne ................ ................... 4645
Roll Call, afternoon session. ..................... 4647
Estimated receipts for one year (statement from
office of Comptroller) .............. .....4647, 4648
Roll Call, evening session ..................... 4654
Adjournment sine die ......................... 4672



HOUSE RESOLUTIONS IN THE HOUSE:
No. 1: By Mr. Davis-
Providing that the rules of the regular session of 1925,
with the exception of Rule No. 95, be adopted for the
Extraordinary Session ..................... 4642
No. 2: By Mr. McLeran-
Naming attaches for the Extraordinary Ses-
sion ...................... ......... 4643, 4644
No. 3: By Mr. Davis-
Expression of thanks to officers' and attaches for effi-
cient and economical services .............. 4661



4951



INDEX













PROCEEDINGS OF THE EXTRAORDINARY SESSION-Cont'd

No. 4: By Mr. Davis-
Expressions of thanks to Associated Press and other
press representatives for fair and honest reporting of
all proceedings .......................... 4662
No. 5: By Mr. McCall-
Expression of appreciation to citizens of Tallahassee
Sfor courtesies rendered to Legsilative members,
etc. ..................................... 4664

HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS IN THE
HOUSE.

No.l: (This number was not used).
No. 2: By Mr. Davis-
Fixing hour of adjournment, Extraordinary Session.
Saturday, 12 o'clock midnight, June 6th, 1925-4660,
4663, 4668, 4671, 4672. -
No. 3: By Mr. McLeran-
Authorizing Chief Clerk and Secretary of Senate to
approve printing bills for the Extraordinary Session
-4661, 4663, 4667, 4669.


INDEX TO HOUSE BILLS IN THE HOUSE.
No. 1: By Hunter and Kennedy-
Appropriations for salaries for two years, from June
30, 1925-4646, 4648, 4649, 4650, 4651, 4655, 4656,
4662, 4666, 4670.
No. 2: By McLeran-
Legislature, Extraordinary Session: To fix compen-
sation of members, etc.-4653, 4655, 4666, 4670.


INDEX TO SENATE BILLS IN THE HOUSE.
Senate Bill No. 1-Providing for the levy of taxes for the
years 1925 and 1926-4657, 4665, 4670.
Senate Bill No. 2-Fixing salaries of certain State officials
-4658, 4659, 4670.



4952



INDEX













PROCEEDINGS OF THE EXTRAORDINARY SESSION-Cont'd

No. 4: By Mr. Davis-
Expressions of thanks to Associated Press and other
press representatives for fair and honest reporting of
all proceedings .......................... 4662
No. 5: By Mr. McCall-
Expression of appreciation to citizens of Tallahassee
Sfor courtesies rendered to Legsilative members,
etc. ..................................... 4664

HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS IN THE
HOUSE.

No.l: (This number was not used).
No. 2: By Mr. Davis-
Fixing hour of adjournment, Extraordinary Session.
Saturday, 12 o'clock midnight, June 6th, 1925-4660,
4663, 4668, 4671, 4672. -
No. 3: By Mr. McLeran-
Authorizing Chief Clerk and Secretary of Senate to
approve printing bills for the Extraordinary Session
-4661, 4663, 4667, 4669.


INDEX TO HOUSE BILLS IN THE HOUSE.
No. 1: By Hunter and Kennedy-
Appropriations for salaries for two years, from June
30, 1925-4646, 4648, 4649, 4650, 4651, 4655, 4656,
4662, 4666, 4670.
No. 2: By McLeran-
Legislature, Extraordinary Session: To fix compen-
sation of members, etc.-4653, 4655, 4666, 4670.


INDEX TO SENATE BILLS IN THE HOUSE.
Senate Bill No. 1-Providing for the levy of taxes for the
years 1925 and 1926-4657, 4665, 4670.
Senate Bill No. 2-Fixing salaries of certain State officials
-4658, 4659, 4670.



4952



INDEX













PROCEEDINGS OF THE EXTRAORDINARY SESSION-Cont'd

No. 4: By Mr. Davis-
Expressions of thanks to Associated Press and other
press representatives for fair and honest reporting of
all proceedings .......................... 4662
No. 5: By Mr. McCall-
Expression of appreciation to citizens of Tallahassee
Sfor courtesies rendered to Legsilative members,
etc. ..................................... 4664

HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTIONS IN THE
HOUSE.

No.l: (This number was not used).
No. 2: By Mr. Davis-
Fixing hour of adjournment, Extraordinary Session.
Saturday, 12 o'clock midnight, June 6th, 1925-4660,
4663, 4668, 4671, 4672. -
No. 3: By Mr. McLeran-
Authorizing Chief Clerk and Secretary of Senate to
approve printing bills for the Extraordinary Session
-4661, 4663, 4667, 4669.


INDEX TO HOUSE BILLS IN THE HOUSE.
No. 1: By Hunter and Kennedy-
Appropriations for salaries for two years, from June
30, 1925-4646, 4648, 4649, 4650, 4651, 4655, 4656,
4662, 4666, 4670.
No. 2: By McLeran-
Legislature, Extraordinary Session: To fix compen-
sation of members, etc.-4653, 4655, 4666, 4670.


INDEX TO SENATE BILLS IN THE HOUSE.
Senate Bill No. 1-Providing for the levy of taxes for the
years 1925 and 1926-4657, 4665, 4670.
Senate Bill No. 2-Fixing salaries of certain State officials
-4658, 4659, 4670.



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