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PDIV53 List members and attaches regular Representatives, April,
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PDIV54 Appendix
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PDIV55 Report Treasurer Florida, for period beginning January 1, 1887, ending December 31, 1887
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PDIV56 Superintendent Public Instruction
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PDIV57 Comptroller 1888, 1888
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PDIV59 Secretary Board Trustees I. Fund,
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PDIV61 Biennial report Commissioner Lands Immigration, years
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PDIV62 Annual Instruction, school year
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A Journal of the proceedings of the House of Representatives of the ... session of the Legislature of the State of Florida
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Title: A Journal of the proceedings of the House of Representatives of the ... session of the Legislature of the State of Florida
Alternate Title: House journal
Caption title: Journal of the House of Representatives of the State of Florida
Physical Description: v. : ; 23 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Florida -- Legislature. -- House of Representatives
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: S.l
Manufacturer: N.M. Bowen
Creation Date: April 1, 1889
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Legislative journals -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Politics and government -- Periodicals -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Genre: government publication (state, provincial, terriorial, dependent)   ( marcgt )
serial   ( sobekcm )
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General Note: At head of title: House journal.
General Note: Description based on: Extra session (1889).
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. African American History Collections at the Office of the Clerk.
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 003417932
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System ID: UF00027834:00004
 Related Items
Preceded by: Journal of the proceedings of the Assembly of the State of Florida, at its ... session
Succeeded by: Journal of proceedings of the House of Representatives of the Legislature of the State of Florida

Table of Contents
    Title Page
        Page 1
        Page 2
    April 1889
        Tuesday, April 2
            Page 3
            Page 4
            Page 5
            Page 6
            Page 7
            Page 8
            Page 9
            Page 10
            Page 11
            Page 12
            Page 13
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            Page 18
            Page 19
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            Page 24
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            Page 26
            Page 27
            Page 28
            Page 29
            Page 30
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            Page 48
        Wednesday, April 3
            Page 49
            Page 50
            Page 51
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        Thursday, April 4
            Page 65
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        Friday, April 5
            Page 81
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        Saturday, April 6
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        Monday, April 8
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        Tuesday, April 9
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        Wednesday, April 10
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        Thursday, April 11
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        Friday, April 12
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        Saturday, April 13
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        Monday, April 15
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        Tuesday, April 16
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        Wednesday, April 17
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        Thursday, April 18
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        Friday, April 19
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        Monday, April 22
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        Tuesday, April 23
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        Wednesday, April 24
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        Thursday, April 25
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        Friday, April 26
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        Saturday, April 27
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        Monday, April 29
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    May 1889
        Wednesday, May 1
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        Thursday, May 2
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        Friday, May 3
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        Monday, May 6
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        Tuesday, May 7
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        Wednesday, May 8
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        Friday, May 10
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        Saturday, May 11
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    List of members and attaches of the regular session of the House of Representatives, April, 1889
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    Appendix
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        Report of the Treasurer of the State of Florida, for the period beginning January 1, 1887, and ending December 31, 1887
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        Report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction of the State of Florida, for the period beginning January 1, 1887, and ending December 31, 1887
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        Report of the Comptroller of the State of Florida, for the period beginning January 1, 1888, and ending December 31, 1888
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HOUSE JOURNAL.

A JOURNAL
"OF THE
PROCEEDING GS
OF THE

HlOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
OF THE

REGULAR SESSION
OF THE

,LE.-ISLILTTTIZE
OF THE

STATE OF FLORIDA,
SHeld Under the Constitution Adopted by the Convention of 1835.
BEGUN AND HELD AT THE CAPITOL, IN THE CITY OP
TALLAHASSEE, ON TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1889.



J. L. GASKINS (of Bradford), SPEAKER.
B. R. MILAM (of Lake), CHIEF CLERK.


TALLAHASSEE, FLA.:
N.- M. BOWEN, Printer.
1889.




















JOURISTAL
OF THE

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Of the Second Session of the Legislature, under the Consti-
tution of A. D. 1885, begun and held at the Capitol, in the
City of Tallahassee, in the State of Florida, on Tuesday,
the second day of April, A. D. 1889, being the day fixed by
the Constitution of the State of Florida for the meeting of
the Legislature.
TUESDAY, APRIL.2d, 1889.
The House of Representatives was called to order by W. H.
Reynolds, former Chief Clerk of the House of Represen-
tatives.
Mr. Turnbull moved that W. H. Reynolds be made tempo-
rary Clerk;
Which was agreed to.
Mr. Turnbull moved that the roll of counties be called;
Which was agreed to.
The roll, as ceriffied by th.- Secre-tary of State, being caleld,
the, following members answered to tl thir inarme:
Albury, W. D., Dade county.
Atkins, T. LM, Sumter county.
Barber, C. F., Baker county.
Baltzell, G. L., Nassau county.
Baskin, A. P., Marion county.
Bates, Mortimer, Gadsden county.
Berkelman, Geoirt, Putnam county.
Blitch, S. H Marion county.
Blitch, N. A., Levy county.
tBroad, R. J., Putnam county.
Buie, S. P., Columbia county.










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Corbett, A. J., St. Johns county.
SCristie, E., Leon county.
Clark, Frank, Polk county.
Delgado, M. P., Monroe county.
Dickinson, J. J., Lake county.
Edwnrd.s, H. D., Citrus .ouinty.
Fnrmner. W. W.. N;iainu county.
Fillingiui, A. T.. Eseaiii:nia county.
Gaskins, J. L, Bradlforil county.
S -Gainer, WV. B., Washington county.
Green, E. W., Volusia county.
Gunn, W. H., Liherty county.
Hall, G. W., Cla.y ,.-unty.
Hart, I. F., Lafayette county.
Hawle" v, A. B., T'.lulsi:A c.'Iunty.
Hendlry, John W., DeSoto county.
SHis,,-n. B. H., n'asdl:en coutnty..
Jones, G. P,, Columbia count3iy.
Johnson, Riley, Osceola county.
Johnston, H. W., Flraiiklin county.
Knight, M. M., Suwannee county.
](night, Peter O., Lee county.
Latham, J. F., Pasco county.
Layne, James, Manatee county.
Lewis, George A., Duval county.
Saitin, S. M., Suwannee county.
lMnatli-, B. N., Ilill ,l-0-r..,u2hl county.
McCaskill, E. V., Sait. [L..a county.
SMcNeil, Asa, Holmes county.
Moore, T.. V., St. Johns county.
S.Morgan, E. C., Orange county.
Moreno, M. R., Mli.m Ie 'C1outy.
Milton, W. H., Jr., Jackson county.
Norwou).1, W. S., Brevard county .
O'Nenl, J. W., Ma.1i-on county.
Pntirsn,u, Hugh. Ma:lli, n county.
l:ker, T. J., 1 :.kulL, ,...-..unty.
SR ic'r,, .1 ', B-mII.,rl ,o, ity,.
Rives, W. 'C., Al:chna co.untii ty.
Rourke, John, 'ant1: R,,.: c:-unity.
Saunders, W: I;., WI:llton c.unty.
Scott, John R., Duval county.
Shine, T. W., Orange county.
Smith, Gabriel, Jackson county.
Smith, E. M.j Hamilton county.
Snow, J. R., Hirnl1do, county.
.St:iIler, J. F:, Hamilton county.











Taylor, F. B., Jefferson county.
Tompkins, J. R., Alachua county
Trammell, J. W., Polk county.
Turnbull, S. J., Jefferson county.
Vaughn, J. B., Escambia county.
Walker, B. F., Leon county.
Walton, J. B., HillsbOrough county.
Whiddon, C. B., Taylor county.
Wilson, E. A., Lake county.
tYon, F. M., Calhoun county.
-tThese members did not answer to their names.
OFFICE OF SECRETARY OF STATE,
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., April 2, 1889.
"W. H. REYNOLDS,
Chief C'l., :
I, Jno. L. Crawford, Secretary of State, do hereby certify
that the foregoing is a correct list of the members elect of the
House of Representatives of the State of Florida.
Given under my hand and the Great, Seal of the State of
"Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, the day and year first
above written.
[L: S.] JNo. L. CRAWFORD,
Secretary State.
On motion of Mr. Turnbull Chief Justice Geo. P. Raney, of
the Supreme Court was asked to administer the oath of office
to the members of the House of Representatives;
"Which was agreed to.
The following members came forward and took the oath of
o.ifi:., prescribed 1y His Honor Chief Justice Ge6. P. Rancy,
of the Supreme Court, to-wit :
Messrs. Albury, Atkins, Barber, Baltzell, Baskin, Bates, Berk-
elman, Blitch of Marion, Blitch of Levy, Buie, Corbett, Christie,
Clark,Delgado, Dickinson, Edwards, Farmer, Fillingim, Gas-
kin, Green, Gunn, Hall, Hart, Hawley, Hendry, Hinson, Jones,
Johnson of Osceola, Johnston of Franklin, Knight of Suwan-
nee, Knight of Lee, Latham, Layne, Lewis, Martin, lM.uhce.,
McCaskill, McNeil, Moore, Morgan, Moreno, Milton. .Ir., Nor-
wood, O'Neal, Paterson, Raker, Richard, Rives, Rourke,
Scott Shine, Smith of Jackson, Smith of Hamilton. Snow,
Stapler, Taylor, Tompkins, Trammell, Turnbull, Walker,
Walton Whidden and Wilson.:
A quorum present.










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Mr. Blitch. of Marniioni, movei that. M T rurnbulll, of Jeffer-
son, be tmnle Speaker pir.;, h, ;
Which was agreed to.
On motion, Messrs. Blitch of Marion and" Milltrn, Jr., were
appointed a committee to escort the Speaker pro tem. to the
chair.
On motion of Mr. trammell, Mr. W. H. Reynolds was
elected as Clerk pro tem.
The Spelknler pro .' .... announced that nmin':,lii;i" for
Sp)eak-i of tlhe House were ii orler.
Mr. Baskin placed in nomination Hon. .1. L. Gaskins, of
BradioI,ril, for Speaker of the House of Representatives.
It was moved by Mr Berkelmnan that Hon. J. L. Gaskins be
unanimously elected Speaker; -
Which was'agreed to.
.The roll being called, the vote was:
Yeas--MeF--.rs. Alburv, Atkins, Barl>l,.l. Baltz-ll. B:;lcii,.
Bates, Beirk-lnani Blit h i "t'i' in, Blitc:l of L 1:'\v, Bii .
"Corbett, Chri'tie, ('Ilrki, IDeln'l, Diki l i" E'lw:i''.;
Farmer, Fillingim, Green, Gunn, Hall, Hart, Hawley, H1-ii'lrV,
Hinson, Jones, Johnson of Osceola, Johnston of I'rnukliii.
Knight of Suwannee, Knight of Lee, Latham, Layne, Lewis,
Martin, Mathes, McCaskill, McNeil, Moore, Morgan, Moreno,
Milton, Jr., Norwood, O'Neal, Paterson, Raker, Richard,
R'ive-, Rourke, Scott, Slhinh:., Smith of Jackson, Smith of
Hamilton, Snow, St. .'1.- ir, :'l., T.nllmkin,. Tri .iin-ll Turn-
bull, W olkeir, W :.lt...i, Vi'hi.i.- and W il.:,- 1.. ,
Nays-None.
- And so- Hon. J. L. Gaskins was declared unanimously
elected as permanent Speaker of the House.
On motion, Messrs. Baltzell, Dickinson and Clark were ap-
pointed a Committee of three to escort the Speaker-elect to
the chair.
On taking the ..I:ii Mr G:->.kiii, Spe.. kr-le ict, niade appro-
priate remarks, lithakinz the Hous. fil' r lit. hionr conferred
upon him.
On motion of Mr. Turnbull the House proceeeded to the
election of a Chief Clerk.
Mr. Baskin placed in nomination Mr. B. R. Milam, of Lake,
for Chief Clerk of the House.
The role being .:;i llell, lie vite wi :
Ye!i< MiI. .Spre:ker, ,Ie A.IIury, A t kin ., Barber, Baltzell,
Bankin, B:is, Blitil u' Ma ri., Blitc:h of Lr\y. Buie, Coibett,
Chiislie, Clark, rielgnali., Diekin)3:on, Edlwards, Farmer, Fil-
lingim, Gunn, Hall, Hart, Hendry, Jones, Johnson of Osceola,
Johnston of Franklin, Knight of Suwannee, Knight of Lee,
Latham, Layne, Martin, Mathes, McCaskill, Moore, Mor-











gin, Milto0i, Jr., Norwood, O'Neal, Paterson, Raker,
rkicihrd, Rives, Rourke, Shine, Smith of Jackson, Smith of
Hamilton, Snow, Stapler, Taylor, Tompkins, Trammell, Turn-
bull, Walker, Walton, Whidden, and Wilson.-55. ..
Nays-None.
B. R. Milam was declared duly elected Chief Clerk of the
House.
On motion'of Mr. Turnbull the rules of the last House. of
RcBire-entti\ves were adopted as the rules of this House.
On motion Mr. Milam was duly sworn in as Chief' Clerk of
the House.
Mr. Milton, Jr., moved that the House proceed to the elec-
tibn of a Sergeant at-Arms;
Which was agreed to.
Mr. Baskin placed in nomination Mr. W. R. Taylor, of Jef-
ferson, for Sergeant-at-Arms.
The role being called the vote was:
Yeas-Mr. Speaker,Messrs. Albury, Atkins, Barber, Baltzell,
Baskin, Bates, Berkelman, Blitch of Marion, Blitch of Levy,
Buie, Corbett, Christie, Clark, Delgado, Dickinson, Edwards,
Farmer, Fillingim, Gunn, Hall, Hart, Hendry, Jones, Johnson
of Osceola, Johnston of Franklin, Knight of Suwannee, Knight
of Lee, Latham, Layne, Martin, Mathes, McCaskill, Moore,
Morgan, Milton, Jr., Norwood, O'Neal Paterson, Raker,
Richard, Rives, Rourke, Scott, Shine, Smith of Jackson, Smith
'of Hamilton, Snow, Stapler, Taylor, Tompkins, Trammell,
Turnbull,Walker, Walton, Whidden and Wilson-57.
Nays-None.
Mr. Taylor was declared duly elected Sergeant-at-Arms of
the House.
On lotion of Mr. Milton, Jr., Mr. W. R. Taylor was duly
sworn in as Sergeant-at-Arms.
Mr. T'lirnbuill moved that the House proceed,to the election
of a doorkeeper.
Mr. Milton, Jr., moved that the rules be waived, and the
election of the doorkeeper be by acclamation;
Which was agreed to.
Mr. Baskin placed in nomination Mr. T. A. Morgan, of Gads
den, for Doorkeeper.
The v6te being taken, Mr. Morgan was declared duly cel-ketedr
SDoorkeeper, and was duly sworn in. .
Mr. Knight moved that a committee of three be appointed
to notify the Senate that the House was organized and ready
to proceed to business;
Which was agreed to.
The Speaker appointed as such committee Messrs. Knight of
Lee, Norwood and Dickinson.








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A committee of three, composed of Senators Swearingen,
Rhan dell and Dunn, appeared atWthe bar of the House and an-
n'ounced that the Senate was duly organized and ready lor
btui'ness.
On motion, the House proceeded to the election of an A sis-
tant Clerk.
Mr. Baskin placed in nomination W. S. W right, of Lake, for
Assistant Clerk.
SThe'roll being called the vote was:
Yeas--Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Albury, Atkins, Barber, Balt-
zell, Baskin, Bates, Berkelman, Blitch of, Marion, Blitch of.
Levy, Buie, Corbett, Christie, Clark, Delgado, bickinson,,
Edwards, Farmer, Fillingim, Hall, Hart, Heudry, Jones, John-
son of Osceola, Johnston of Franklin, Knight of Suwannee.
Knight of Lee, Latham, Layne, Martin, Mathes, Mli:Caskill,
Moore, Morgan, Moreno, Milton, Jr., Norwood, O'Neal, Pater-
son, Raker, Richard, Rives, Rourke, Shine, Smith of Hamilton,
Snow. Stapler, Taylor, Tompkins, Trammell, Turnbull, Wal-
ton. Whiihllen and Wilsk:n-i-t.
Nay--None.
W. G. Wrlight was declared duly elected' Assistant Clerk of
the House, and was duly sworn in.
The committee appointed to notify the Senate that the
House was organized and ready for business, having been
absent a few minutes, returned and reported that they had dis-
charged their duty and asked to be discharged;
"There beingno (OjEcctioll the committee wan disclharge'l.
On motion of Mr. Lerklemiun the rules were waived and the
following resolution wa. rni.l :
A Resolution of Co:,11,o4'-icc in reference to the demise of the
Hon. J. C. Clark, late Enrolling Clerk of the House of Rep-
resentatives.
WHEREAS, It has pleased the Omnipotent Creator and Ruler
.,f tll. ulniiv.r-e, in His infinite wisdom, to remove from this
terrestial sphere our worthy and highly esteemed fellow-citi-
zen, the Hon. J. C. 1'l:9rk, an eiliibeitly efficient oteier of this
House of Representatives during the recent session, a lellow-
man whose kind acts and affable demeanor will ever, be cher-
"ished and borne in sacred memory by us all; therefore, be it.
Resolved, That we, as men and representatives of the peo-
ple of Florida, most deeply deplore the loss of such a good
and faithful citizen and :ilt::.he.' and do herewith most cor-
dially extend our symnlatliy to the l:ereaved and sorrow-
atricken wife, child n 1 in other relatives of the -aid deceas-
ed; and further
Resolved, That the Hon. Speaker of this House- and the
Chief Clerk thereof, be' and they are hereby requested tt








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transmit a copy hereof to the wife of said deceased; and
further
Resolved, That these preambles and resolutions be spread
upon the Journal of this House.
On motion of Mr. Turnbull, the resolution was unanimously
adopted by a rising vote.
On motion of Mr. Baskin, the rules were again waived and
the following resolutions read:
"Resolved, That the thanks of the House of Representatives
are hereby tendered to Hon. W. H. Reynolds, as Chief Clerk,
for his efficient services rendered the State during past ses-
sions, in which he has served so faithfully and satisfactorily.
Resolved further. That in taking leave of Mr. Reynolds we
do so with regret, at the same time wishing him prosperity
and success in whatever he may undertake.
Resolved further, That this be made a part of the minutes
and spread upon the journals;
Which were adopted unanimously by a rising vote.
On motion of Mr. Milton, Jr., the House proceeded to the
election of an Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms.
Mr. Baskin placed in nomination Mr, J. W. Callaway, of
Jackson, for Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms.
Mr. Shine moved that the House proceed to elect the re-
mainder of the attaches of this House by acclamation;
Which was agreed to.
The vote being taken, Mr. Calloway was declared duly
elected Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms, and came forward and
was duly sworn in.
Mr. Baskin placed in nomination Mr. N. R. Walker, of Wa-
kulla, for Reading Clerk.
The vote being taken Mr. Nat R. Walker was declared
duly elected Reading Clerk, and was duly sworn in.
On motion of Mr. Gunn, the rules were waived and
Joint Resolution No. 1:
Relative to appointment of committee to investigate affairs
of Land office,
Wasintroduced and placed among the orders of the day.
Mr. Baskin nominated Mr. H. J. Drane, of Polk, for Enr
grossing Clerk.
The vote being taken, Mr. H. J. Drane was declared elected
as Eigu'o-ing Clerk, ;in': was duly sworn in.
Mr. Baskin nominated Mr. A. F. Hill for Recording Clerk.
The vote being taken, Mr. A. F. Hill was declared elected as
Recording Cleirk, and was duly sworn in.
The rules being waived, Mr. Balzell offered
Joint Resolution No. 2 :










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Relative to appointment of committee to investigate the'af
fairs of the Comptroller and Treaisirer'-. office ;
Which was introduced and i1lau'ed among thle .iordlcJ of the
day.
The House proceeded to the election of an Enrolling Clerk.
Mr. Baskin nominated Mr. J. A. Colson of Gadsden, for
Enrolling Clerk.
S The vote being taken, Mr. J. A. Colson was declared
elected Enrolling Clerk.
The rules being waived, Mr. Clark oticie.1 the foll.:,win.
"resolution:
WHEREAS, The Hon. W. B. Saunders of the County of
Walton, has failed thhs far to put in his appearance as a mem-
ber of this body, and being solicitous as to his welfare and
safety, therefore, be it
Resolved, That a committee of three be nppoilitedl by the
"('h:iir to make diligent inquiry a; to the, whereabouts of the
gentleman in question aiil ilmke :; speedy a report to'Kheir
House as possible;
Which was received and adopted, and the Speaker appointed
Sas such committee M essrs. Clark, N orwood and M ilton.
SMr T u r n b u l l m o v e d t h a t a c o m m i t t e e o f t h r e e b e a p p o i n t e d .
to wait on the Governor and inform him that the House was
duly organized and ready for business;
Which was agreed to, and the Speaker appointed Messrs.
Turnbull, Latham and Berkelman as such committee.
On motion of Mr. Baltzell, the House adjourned until 3
o'clock, P. M., to-day.

"THREE O'CLOCK P. M.
The House resumed its session.
The roll being called, the following members answered to
their names :
Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Albury, Atkins, Barber, Baltzell,
Baskin, Bates, Berkelhan,Blitch of Marion, Blitch of Levy,
Broad, Buie, Corbett, Christie, Clark, Delgado, Dickinson,
Edwards, Farmer, Fillingim, Gainer, Green, Gunn, Hall,
Hart. Howley, Ilen.ily,lHinson, Jones, Johnson of Osceola,
"Johnston .of Franklin, Knight oft Svnaiiinee, Knight of Lee,
Latham' Layne, Lewis, Martin, Matheb, McCaskill, McNeil,
SMoore, Morgan, Moreno, Milton, Jr., Norwood, O'Neal, Pat-
erson, Raker, Richard, Aives, Rourke, Scott, Shine,
SSm i t h o f J a c k s o n S m i t h o f H a m i l t o n S n o w S t a p l e r T a y l o r ,
Tompkins, Trammell, Turnbull, Walker, Walton, Whid-
den and Wilson.--63.
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The rules being waived, Mr. Baskin offered Joint Resolu-
tion No. 3, relative to the appointment of joint committee to
visit the Deaf and Dumb Institute at St. Augustine.
Which was read and placed among thte orders of the day.
Mr. Broad, a member from Putnam county, appeared at the
bar of the House, and was duly sworn in.
Mr. J. A. Colson appeared at the bar of the House, and was
.duly sworn in as Recording Clerk.
Mr. Shine moved that the House do now proceed to the
complete organization of the House before any further busi-
ness is considered.
The committee appointed to inform the Governor that the
House was duly organized and ready for business reported that
they had discharged their duty, and asked to be discharged,
and the committee was discharged.
On motion of Mr. Baskin the House proceeded to elect two
messengers.
Mr. Baskin nominated Mr. W. L. Hi.i.lenbothaiii, o, Nassau,
as messenger.
Mr. Johnson nominated Mr. S. E. Bass, of Osceola, for mes-
senger.
The vote being taken, Messrs. Higginbotham and Bass were
declared duly elected messengers of the House.
On motion of Mr. Knight of Lee the House proceeded to
elect four pages.
Mr. Baskin placed .in nomination Underwood Sims, H. E.
Clark, Walter Seay and 'Newcomb Barco, for Pages of the
House.
The vote being taken, TUn.lrwood Siwm, H, E. Clark, Walter
Seay and Niwcoimb Barco were 'lh-el:aredl duly elected as Pages
of the House.
On motion of Mr. Knight, of Lee, the House proceeded to
the election of a Chaplain.
Mr. Baskin nominated Rev. H. E. Partridge for Chaplain of
the House.
The vote being taken Mr. Partridge was declared duly
elected Chaplain of the House.
SOn motion of Mr. Knight, of Lee, the House proceeded to
the election of a Janitor.
Mr. Baskin placed in nomination Mr. Geo. Dice, of Madison,
for Janitor.
The vote being taken Mr. Dice was declared duly elected
Janitor.
On motion of Mr. Turnbull, the House proceeded to the elec-
ti on of an Assistant anitor.
Mr. Clark placed in nomination Mr. Patrick J. Murphy, of
Duval, far Assistant Janitor.



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The vote being taken, Mr. Murphey was declared duly
"elected as Assistant Janitor, and was sworn in.
On motion of Mr. Stapler, the message from the Governor
was taken up.
Mr. Blitch, of Marion, moved that reading of the Governor's
niessage be dispensed with, and three hundred copies of same
be printed;
Which was agreed to.
The following is the Governor's message:
EXECUTIVE OFFICE,
TALLAHASSEE, FI.A., April 2d, 1889.
Gentlemen.of the Senate fr,,/ House of Ret., .alnote. ,: the
"State of Florida :
In compliance with the duty imposed upon me by the Consti-
tution, I shall endeavor to briefly communicate to you ihforma-
tion (.,icne'erning the condition of the State, and to rec..,ninu.l
such measures as I deem expedient.
For more than ten years past; and up to the summer of last
year, the progress of Florida,, in everything appertaining to her
material prosperity, had been continuous and without interrup-
tion. Our population had largely incr,:aseld by an immigration
from other State or the Union of a thrifty, entterl:rising Ie..,'1 ;
wvho no sooner became domiciled than theysvied with the older
residents in their endeavor to build up and improve our State.
Capital in large sums found ready investment in the develop-
ment of our many and variel riource. Our pomological in-
dustries yielded a golden harvest, and seriously taxed the facil-
ities of the numerous transportation lines to convey our crops
to the markets of the country. Horticulture and agriculture
prospered, and assumed large proportions, and, with better
transportation facilities, more profitable results were realized
in these industries.
Within the past decade our railroad system has increased
from 487 miles to 2,336 miles, pernleating all sections of the
State except the most Southern portion of the peninsula. Most
of the railroads are first class in construction and equipment;
and they'have been potent factor- in the settlement and devel-
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Palatial hotels, unequalled in the word, have been ereclt-l
for the entertainment of winter tourists, who in vast numbers
visit our State in search of health or the pursuit of pleasure, in
the enjoyment of our climate. During the season of 1887-8 a.
greater number of people visited Fl'..rila than ever before, an'd
taxed the capacity of our vast hotel accommodations to, provide
for them.
The prevalence of yellow fever, however, in some portions of
East and South Florida, during the summer and tall of the past
year, to which I referred more specifically in my message to
you, when in extra session, temporarily checked the tide of
prosperity whliich had continued to flow to our State for many
years past; t.-mb.rr.iis-i1 business; interrupted travel and occa-
sioned large pecuniary losses, besides personal bereavement to.
many of our people. But the cessation of the fever with the
frosts of winter caused an immediate revival of business, and
our people, crippled as they were in many places,'have exhib-
ited a wonderful energy in repairing the disasters of the past
year.
I cannot too highly commend the energy and enterprise of'
those wlhnt'- efTfrl.- have resulted in the erection of the build-
ings of, the International and Semi-Tropical Exposition at.
Ocala, and the magnificent exhibits of the citrus fruits, and
many other Florida productions, in a remarkably short space-
of time, and the reopening of the Sub Tropical Exposition at
Jacksonville. In each exposition, which has been largely pat-
ronized by people from all parts of the Union, as well as our
own State, may be seen magnificent and attractive exhibits of
the products and resources of Florida.
Among the visitors to the Semi-Tropical at Ocala were the
American Pomological Society, at which place they held their
,aniiial meeting for this year. This visit cannot but result in
much good to the State.
The apprehension which has obtained to some extent in places.
remote from us, that tourists would incur danger from visiting
Florida during the past winter, though not based on any good,
reason, together with the mild winter North, has materially
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gratifying Io realize, however, that we are fast recovering from
the financial losses and business depression incident to the vis-
"itation of last year.
STATE BOARD OF HEALTH.
Since the adjournment of the Extra Session of your body
convfnel in February last, in pursuance of the duty imposed
upon me by the act entitled An act to Create and Establish
a State Board of Health," approved February 20, 1889, I have
appointed Dr. Richard P. Daniel, of Jacksonville, Mr. William
B. Henderson, of Tampa, and Mr. William K. Hyer, of Pensa-
cola, to constitute the State Board of IJealth. The Board was
convened under the law at Tallahassee on the 11th of March
and entered actively upon the discharge of its duties, selecting
Dr. Joseph Y. Porter as St:ate Health Officer. The- panage ol
the law above referred to has done much to restore confidlince
abroad, and will enable us more effectually to preserve the
health ot the State, and with less cost to the tax-payers.
BONDED DEBT.
There has been a continued reduction in the bonded debt of
the State; more than one-half of which is now held by our ed-
ucational fund, and constitutes the best and safest investment
of these funds. There remains now but $382,300 of our bonds
in the hands of, individuals, as shown by the following state-
ment:
Seven per cent. onds of 1871 .............................. $850,000
Six per cent. Bonds of 1873...................................... 925,000

$1,275,000
Deduct Bonds of 1871 and 1873 'n Sinking Funds .................... 24,500
$1,032,500
Of which the School, Seminary and Agricultural College'Funds
hold....................... ..................... ...... ...... .650,200

Leaving in the hands of individials............................... 882,800
Outstanding bonds are hell at a high preiniuli, and art d.i'-
ficault to be purchased at any price. In the slat-rument of out-
standing bonds I have not inclhiled l12-',0:0:i of Il.:,nls of the
State, remaining of an issue of 1856, which are held by the
General Government in the Indian Trust Fund, for the reason






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that the, State has valid and admitted claims against the govern-
ment whiih will pay these bonds and leave a large balance due
the State by the General Government.

FINANCE AND TAXATION.

For many years the State has promptly met all its liabilities
as they became due, paying in cash every warrant upon its
Treasury. But the increased drafts upon the State Treasury'
under the Constitution of 1885, and the Statute Laws of 1887,
to which may be added the expense to the State which will be
necessarily incurred in preserving the public health, under the
Health Law passed at the recent Extra Session of the Legisla-
ture, together with the shrinkage in the income heretofore de-
rived from the license tax, by reason of the prohibition of the
sale of intoxicating liquors in many of the counties, will render
it necessary to negotiate a temporary loan to meet the expenses
of the current year. The, conditions which render this neces-
sary are so explicitly and fully shown by the last annual re-
port of Hon. W. D. BarPes, Comptroller, that I cannot do bet-
ter than to quote from his report, as follows:
While there has been a steady and marked advance in tie
afnount of taxable property, adding correspondingly to the
revenue, the income has not kept pace with the increase in the
amount of obligations incurred. The cost of the Constitu-
tibnal Convention of 1885, amounting to $55,500; the appro-
priations for the East'Florida Seminary, the Ocala schools
and the Agricultural College, amounting respectively to 12,-
000, $5,400, and $7,500, making a total of $80,400, had to be
paid out of the income arising from this low rate of taxation.
Besides, the support of the Normal Schools, at an annual cost
of $8,090, the Deaf, Dumb and Blind Asylum, costing $5,000,
the Teachers' Institute, costing $1,500, making annually $14,-
500 for school purposes, the salaries and expenses of the Rail-
road Commission, amounting ,to 810,llli, the provisions for
pensions, $30,000, thp cost of criminal prosecution reaching
$60,000, the outlay for, State troops amounting to $8,000,
making a total of $122,500, have been added to the annual
expenses of the State since the present rate of taxation was'
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1889 amounts to $498,333,53, and for the year 1890 to 4429,-
S573.00, making for the two years $927,906.53. The income
to meet this must be raised from the taxes on $90,000,000 of
property, and from the occupation license tax. The revenue
Sfromr, licenses has fallen I'r.n $1 31:1,11:11) in 1887 to $91,000 in
1888. This may be due in some measure to the recent .epi-
demic, but there is no hope of its exceeding $100,000 for each
of the next two years, making $200,000 from that source.
"' The income from. the property tax oiin ',0I00,i:':',':, at three
mills, amounts to $270,000; for two years it rwll be $.354,i.i.),
Without allowing anything for insolvencies. Here we have,
"- an income of $740,000 to meet estim.ittL.l I.l.ligti..in -i tf 9027.-
906.58. These are the facts that confront us and thust be
squarely met. The policy of .lgi.lario:ri seems to have been
to reduce the general revenue income and at the same iimn
add to its liabilities. The entire poll tax, .imu1i.ting II:. about
$30,000, has been transferred to the S.iai.)ol Fiun. anl 11 *,5,11
taken from general revenue to support schools.
.' It is 'apparent that the rate of taxation must be raised from
three mills to four mills. Tki in iOl '.ec'<.'.rv 1.y tle lairg-ly
increased expenses that have been thrown..upon the General
Revenue of the State, above referred to. The Railroad Com-
mission, Pensions, Criminal Prosecutions and expenses of the
State Troops, are burdens, imposed in the last two years, and
amount to $108,000, which is more than one mill on the tax-
able property."
I fully concur with the Comptroller as to the necessity of
increasing the State assessment o:e' mill, and recommend legis-
"lation to that effect, and that authority be given by law to
negotiate a temporary loan sufficient to meet the deficit for
the current expenses of the present year.r The credit of the
State is in such good condition that I doubt not this can be
effected, at a very low rate of interest.
"The Constitutioi directs that, "The Legislature shalf pro-
vide for a uniform and equal rate of ta:ixti'r, and 4ijall
prescribe such regulations as shall secure adjust \;alultio., of
Small property, both real and personal, exceplting such property

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as may be exempted by law for municipal, educational
literary, scientific, religious or charitable purposes."
The law provides for the assessment of all taxable property
at its "full cash value," and if this provision were cu'm.plied
with by the various County Assessors, it would insure such a
"uniform and equal rate of taxation," and "just valuation" of
property as the taxpayer has the right to expect under the
guarantee of the Constitution. But the unequal assessments
of property in many of the Counties is an injustice to the tay-
payer, as well as to the State. As a rule, tli- iu,-,.iality
operates harder upon the individual of limited means than his
more wealthy neighbor. We frequently find the small farm,
or suburban cottage assessed at a near approximation of its
full cash value, while the business block in the center of our
metropolitan cities and towns, and other properties of great
value are assessed at not more than twenty-five per cent. of
wivht such property would bring under the auctioneer's ham-
mer. This inequality is even greater in the assessment of
personal property. The man of small means who owns a
horse, a few cattle and hogs, and a small amount of cheap
household furniture, finds his personal property on the tax
,books, assessed not far below its cash value, but in too many
instances the individual, who would reject a cash offer of one
hundred thousand dollars for his personal property, if measured
by his assessment for taxation, would not be accepted as a
sufficient surety on a ten thousand dollar bond. It is to:,, often
the case that assessors copy the valuations from year to year
without reference to the rise or other change in the value of
property.
The value of taxable property in the State, as shown by the
assessment rolls, is about $90,000,000. It is safe to say that
the ictu.l cash value of the taxable property of Florida
is $250,000,000. It needs po argument to show the great ben-.i
efit which would accrue to the State if its taxable property
were assessed at, at least, an approximation of its cash value,
say $200,000,000, and the assessment for State purposes re-
duced to two mills on the dollar, which would yield a larger
revenue than four mills on the present assessment, and give u6
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the credit before the world, to wlich we are fetitled bly tie
actual value of our property, and o(,r low rate of taxation.
.'The duties of the County Assessors have been plainly pointed
out-to them by instructions issued by the Coin stroller, with my
approval; but I fear we cannot hope for much refl-ir underthee
Present system. A habit of low assessment has irevailedl fl1
S.long time, and in each county the apprehension obtains that
if assessments are raised in such county, it will pay more than
its: proportionate part of the State tax. This feeling exerts a
large influence in keeping down assessments.
Almost any method of reform which may be igg,-miitL pre-
sents difficulties. After giving the matter some lthourbt, how-
Seer, I would recommend for your consideration the advisa-
bility of providing by law for a State Board of Equalizers,
whose duty it shall be to visit the various counties, and revise
assessments with a view of securing a just and proper i:lnia-
tion of property and a uniit'.orii mil equal rate of iaxation.
For a more detailed report of our financial condition, I in-
vite your attention to the reports of the Conmptroller and Treas-
nrer for the years 1887 and 1888, herewith submitted.
INDIAN WAR CLAIM.
SRealizing the pressing needs of the State at this time, with
the additional burden of the protection of the public health,
which is a safeguard, as well to other States as ourselves, I
visited Washington during the last few days of the session of
Congress, just ad1jolrned, in the hope that I might be able to
emphasize the imuportaid.-I of Congress rendering us tardy jus-
"tice without further delay, by the. enaim.li eunt of such legislation
a s' is necessary to effect an equitable adjustment and set tleument
f: the claims of the State against the United States, and the
counter claims of the General Government against the State;
ttli principal claim of the State being for money expi'lehlf' by
her for the pay, subsistence, and other expenses of tro'-m'. called
intoo service to protect our frontier upon the outbreak of Indian
ho-tilities in December 1855. By the efforts of our Senators
ahd Represeiitatives in Washington, a bill was introduced in
ea ch Houmse of the last Congress, providing for a f.ir adjiist-











ment and settlement of these claims, allowing the State inter-
est on the monies which she had paid out at the same rate
(seven per cent) as was provided for by the State bonds of
1856, which were issued to provide funds for the contingency
out of which this claim has arisen; $132,000 of which bonds
are held by the General Government in the Indian Trust Fund,
mention of which has heretorfore been made. A favorable re-
port was procured on each of said bills by the respective com-
mittees, and the bills so reported placed on the calander of
each House. As Congress approached its termination, it becom-
ing probable that neither bill would be reached on the calan-
der, an effort was made to provide the necessary legislation by
a Senate amendment to the deficiency appropriation bill, an.l
such amendment passed the Senate, but was not concurred in
by the House. The following, however, passed as an amend-
ment to said bill:'
f'That the Secretary of the Treasury.bb, and he is hereby
authorized and directed to examine the claim of the State of
Florida, reported in the letter of the Secretary of War, dated
May twenty-second, -itght-vn hundred and ei:lty-tw,, an.l
under previous acts of (.'onlgr-es, and in connection th6rewith,
to report the amount of all claims in favor of the General
Government against the State of Florida, and in said report
"to state the account between the General Government and the
State of Florida."
The report so required, it is thought, will place the matter
in a most favorable position for the action of the next Con.

PAY FOR CENSUS OF 1885.
Under the provisions of the act of Congress, entitled "An
act to provide for the taking of the tenth 'and subsequent cen-
suses," approved Nov. 3d, 1879, the County Assessors were
employed to take the census for the year 1885 for the United
State, as well as for the State, one-half to be paid by the State
and the other half by the General Government. The amount
due ,by the Stat. was promptly paid. There was som.,i delay
in certain of the counties, which prt-ei.nt.ed the deposit with
the Secretary of the Interior by the 1st of September of' the
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ury was re'liired to pay foir the same upon the .requisitioi of
the Governor. A special act was therefore necessary to pro-
Vide for the pay of the one-half guaranteed by the General
Gbyernment for the service so performed. Such an act was
passed on Oct 2d, 1888, whereby nine thousand three hundred
and twenty-six dollars and twenty-one cents was appropriated
to pay the State of Florida, the expenses of taking the census.
The .al'' ,.,l-riati'n:I Ilvin.z been made directly to tlh Siate, the
Secretary of the Treasury ,l-I to pay it, but has i.lacel
that amount to the credit of rlh. St:at as against the claim of
the General Government for State Bonds held as afore-
said in the Indian Trust Fund.' It is not right, however,
that the assessors who performed the service should be
compelled to wait for their pay until such time as the
accounts between the Sitate ind General Government shall
be anljiiuted and -ittle.1. While the State has not yet re-
ceived the money, ihe is n titihl-. to the credlit, and will get
the benefit of it in her settlement with the General Governmept.
I recommend, therefore, that an appropriation be made for the
Payment to the assessors who took the, census of 1885, of the
amount which is still due them, being the one-half which' the
General Government was to pay.
EIUIcATION.
While we realize with pride and gratification the rapid ad-
vances which our State is making in material prosperity, noth-
ing shows greater progress than the cause of education, which
has not only kept pace with, but has far surpassed, propor-
tionately, our increase in wealth and population. The flour-
S fishing condition of our public scho.:'l i flldyr -hown liy the
annual reports of Hon, .\ll.nt J. RIlisell,, ili_.riiteuilent of
Public Instruction, to whose untiring and .efficient labors in
this department, with the cooperation of the. admirable corps
of County Superintendents and teachers throughout the State,
this great success is principally due.
The following comparative statements will forcibly illus-
trate the progress mu.de within the last ten years: The total
S number of public school, in the -tate in 1-7.8 was 992. The
total number in 1888 was *, 49, an increase of 1,257, being 127
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per cent. increase. The total attendance of pupils in i878 was
36,961; total attendance in 1888 was 82,323, an increase of
45,362, being 123 per cent increase. The value of school prop-
erty in 1878 was $116,934.50; value of school property in
1888, $406,373.64, an increase of $289,439.14, being 248 per
cent. increase.
STATE NORMAL COLLEGES.
The State Normal Colleges established under the act of
1887, chapter 3692, Laws of Florida, for the education of
teachers, were opened, October 1st, 1887, and have entered
upon the second year of their existence, and are in a flourish-
ing condition. The attendance at the college for the whites at
DeFuniak, under the charge of Prof. H. N. Felkel, numbers 54,
and will graduate about 13 persons for teachers this year. The
attendance at the college for the colored at Tallahassee num-
bers 46. The benefits to our educational system of the proper
training and education of those who are to become teachers,
thereby fitting them to properly discharge the important\and
responsible duties which devolve upon them as instructors of
the youth of our State, cannot be over estimated.
INSTITUTE FOR THE BLIND, DEAF AND DUMB.
While the attendance at the Institution for the blind, deaf
and dumb youth, situated at St. Augustine, is not as large as
we could hope for, it shows a gratifying increase, numbering
at the present time twenty-one of this unfortunate class. It is
to be regretted, however, that there is an apparent want of
appreciation, by parents and guardians, of the great benefits
to be derived by the youth of our State who are deprived of
the sense of sight anrd hearing, by the attendance at the In-
stitution which the State has provided for their training and
instruction. Deprived of those senses which are so necessary
to the enjoyment of life, it is all the more important that they
should have the opportunity of that education which goes far
to supply such defects of nature, and enables them to enjoy
intelligent communion with their fellowman, as well as those
intellectual occupations and recreations which elevate the
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SThe success attending the methods of instructing the deaf
mutes, whereby they are taught to-articulate so as to converse
S., and read aloud, is Oonderful, as well as gratifying.
THE FLORIDA A G IC U LT U RAL COLLEGE.
This instiuttion, locatl-. at Lake City, under the .lir,-vti.:.li of
Prof. F. L. Kern as Priniciill, with an able corps of :-sii-ant.
has entered upon a career which promises l1..:ri.ni.-nt, success.
Besides the agricultural feature of the college, there has been
added to it a Mechanical Department, for the use of which a
commodious building was erected during the summer vacation
where the student receives practical instruction in the various
Branches of the mechanical arts. I cannot too forcibly present
the' opportunities offered by this college for the attainment of
a thorough scientific, literary and practical education -wi'ib ll.
S(hargl-e for tuition, at'a small cost for boarding. The increase
in the attendance at this school renders it important to Ir\.\ ib,
additional buildings as dormitories .for the accommodation of
the students, so that the necessity may not exist for any stu-
dent to board away from the college grounds, or removed from
the direct control ot the faculty or discipline of the school. As
to the other needs of the college, I refer you to a communica-
tion to me from President Kern, accompanied by reports of the
Propessor of Chemistry and Ph.yic'., and the Instructor of
Mli.iicl allTrainini. herewith submitted; and recommend
such appropriation as the condition of the Siti,- n ill ji,tiIf.
STATE SEMINARIES.
The two State Seminaries, the One east and the other west of
the Suwannee River, located respectively at Gainesville and
Tallahassee, are in a prosperous and gratifying condition.
PRIVATE SCHOOLS.
In addition' to the pilillic'. -ClO'lls the Sutperiiltehii.nit of Pub-
lic Instruction rei,...Its 137 e.,ileges and plivnit.- ihuol, i in the
t ate, which are well lpation:iziil.
TEACHElS' INSTITUTES.
Teachers' Institutes have been held in many of the Coun-
ties during the summer vacation under the direction-of the
State Superintendent; and a State Teachers' Institute was held










at De Funitk in. March of last year, and during the same
month of this year; thelatter of which I had the pleasurept'
attending, and was, very, much pleased with the earnest inteni
est maunileisted by the teachers and County Superintendents,
from various portions of the State in the noble work in which
they are engaged. These Institutes are encouraging and pro,
ductive of great benefit to the teachers, and accomplish much
good in the opportunities given for free and full discussion of
all namtters pertaining to dedication, and the best methods of
imparting instruction. A continuation of them should be pro-
vided for by proper appropriation.
I take pleasure in commending to your careful perusal the
annual reports of the Superintendent of Public Instruction for
the years 1887 and 1888, herewith submitted, which will gi;e
you full and detailed information as to the d.id'erent institutions
of learning and the condition of the Educational Department'
of the State.
ARBOR DAY.
In acquiescence with the custom established by my predeces-
sor in office, I appointed the 14th day of February as Arbor
Day for 1889, and recommended its special observance by the
schools and all persons interested, by the careful planting of
useful and ornamental trees and shrubs, with appropriate
ceremonies. The day was generally observed by the schools,
with instructive and appropriate ceremonies, and many trees
and shrubs planted out, which, with those planted on former
similar occasions, will tend to greatly beautify our public
grounds.
THE ATLANTIC COAST CANAL AND DRAINAGE
COMPANY.
Under the authority granted the Trustees of the Internal
Improvement Fund of the State of Florila by chapter 8788,
Laws of Florila, to- make such settlement, arrangement, con-
tract or compromise with the Atlantic, Gulf Coast Canal and
Okeechobee Drainage Company inreference to any land con-
veyed to said Company which they had not earned, as the.said
Trustees might deem best to secure and protect the interests
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prosecution of the work of drainage and reclamation. The
Trustees on the 1st day of August, 1888, entered into a contract
with said Company, the full text of which appears in the report
of the Secretary of the Board of Trustees for the two years,
ending December 31, l si, which is herewith submitted. The
salient features of this contract are as follows:
First. The drainage land reserve held for the Company is
reduced to 2,000,000 acres; the Company releases to the Trus-
tees all other lands reserved, estimated at about 4,000,000
acres.
Second. The Company in consideration of the release by the
Trustees of any claim to land already conveyed, to expend iin
drainage and reclamation, with the approval of the Trustees,
$125,000, less the amount expended, since the report of the
Commissioners, estimated up to July 1st, 1888, to be $55,000,
not less than $40,000 to be expended in the first year from date
of contract, and total sum within two years.
Third. The Company further agrees to spend in drainage
and reclamation $206,264, which, with the expenditure pro-
vided for in article 2nd, there shall be expended in the work
not less than $40,000 a year. The Trustees to convey to said
Company so, much of said lands selected and reserved as shall
'be earned at the rate of one acre for each twenty-five cents of
"expenditure; no land to be considered earned exe\lapt upuni the
expenditure of each $40,000, when three-fifths to be conveyed,
and two-fifths retained by the Trustees to be forfeited by the
Company, if it shall fail to make the total expenditure as
agreed upon, or otherwise fail in the performance of the con-
tract. When the work is completed the whole land earned to
be conveyed.
Fourth. All expenditures to be made subject to the verifica-
tion by, and'approval, as to the economy and bonafides of the
same, of an engineer to be appointed by the Trustees.
SSince the execution of the contract the Company has'been
prosecuting the work on the upper and lower portions of the
drainage system. The excessive rains during the past fall and
winter, and up to within a few weeks ago, have caused consid-
erable damage to the planting interests in the region
of the head waters of the Kissimmee River around
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Lake Tahopekaliga, the upper portion of the drainage
system. And complaints have come to the Board of
Trustees of the failure of. drainage of those lands which
had been reported reclaimed by the ,Commissioners ap-
pointed under the act of 1885. Complaints have also been'
made to the Board of an extraordinary engorgement of waters
in and upon the Caloosabatchee Valley, by reason, as it was
claimed, of the liberation of the waters on the,upper I.irti'?u of
(lt- .ay-tt-m, and the insufficient means on the l..w.-r dytemi to
"carry off the large volume of water thus flowing upon this lower
country in greater volume than before the work was begun.
These complaints led me to request Mr. Hamilton Disston to ap-
pear before the Board to explain what work the Company was
pursuing to relieve the excess of water complained of at both
ends. This request was complied with, and during the latter
part of February Mr. Disston and Col. J. M. Kreamer, his chief
engineer, appeared before the Board and explained their work;
that they are now engaged in the work of widening the canal
from Lake Tahopekaliga to Lake Cypress, from 70 to 106 feet,
to more rapidly lower the water on the former lake and relieve
the adjacent country from the effect of the excessive rain fall';
that on the lower part of the system the Company is cutting a
canal from Lake Hiepochee, southerly, through the more de-
pressed portions of the Everglades towards, and with a view
of connecting with Shark River, which flows to the Gulf. This
canal is to be connected directly with Lake Okeechobee. I am
satisfied that all is being done which can reasonably be ex,
pected, to relieve the upper part of the drainage system.
And while there is no doubt that the capacity of the canals
which have been constructed on the lower part of the system
are entirely inadequate to materially lower Lake Okeechobee,
which is an inland sea of thirty miles in diameter, or to relieve
the lower part of'the system from the flow from the water shed
of the Ki-.iimuie-, added to that of the Caloosahatchee region,
it would appear that the work being done, as reported, will
tend to relieve the situation in that section.
The work undertaken is of gigantic proportions, and may re-
quire many years to complete it, but when accomplished will
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may form some estimate from the benefits already accrued by
the reclamation of large bodies of land, as fertile as any in the
" world ; which has already resulted in the ilauting of extensive
fields of sugar cane, and the erection of the most extensive
sugar works in the Untied States. I am impressed with the
Good faith of the company in the prosecution of the work. It
should be borne in mind that the interest of the company and
the interests qf the State are identical in one important particu-
lar, i. e., to make the work a success. A failure would result
in the loss of hundreds of thousands of dollars to the company,
S as well as prove a serious injury to the 'i:tat. Success im.ean
great benefit to both.
THE FLORIDA COAST LINE CANAL AND TRANS-
PORTATION COMPANY.
This company has been, and is still engaged in the prosecu-
tion of its work. There las been no recent examination of it
on behalf of the Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement
Fund. Colonel A. F. Wrotnowski, a hydraulic engineer of
large experience, was employed by the company to make a sur-
vey of the route of the canal from St. Augustine to Biscayne
Bay and an examination of the work so far accomplished. This
was duon1- 1ir-in,0 the past fall and winter months, and the said
engineer appeared before the Board and xhi'.lited maps and
profiles of the whole route showing the work done, and that
still necessary; and made verbal explanations of the same. He
also made various recommendations and suggestions as to the
further prosecution of the work; recommending among other
things that the width of th.- water-way, where tA:.t.i\:li..ni is
necessary, be increased t o i.iihty feet. The Board are na;ured.
by those in charge of the work that such recommendations will
be acted upon, and the representatives of the company express
the hope that in the near future they will have an open water-
way from St. Augustine to Biscayne Bay suitable for such
steamers as will be necessary to furnish the transportation re-
quired for that growing country.

STHE APOPKA CANAL COMPANY.
On the 18th of October, 1887, Colonel John Bradford, the
engineer employed by the Board of Trustees of the Internal'











Improvement Fund to examine and report :on the canal con-
struoted by this company, submitted his report to the Board;
which is found on pages 22 and 23 of the report of the Secrt-
tary of the Board of Trustees. The engineer reported, among
other things, that "it is believed that the work of drainage has
been done in accordance with the contract of the company with
the Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund, but
there has yet been no test, the past year having been compara-
tively dry," and be recommends that further time be taken to
test the permanency of the reclamation."
There has been no further examination of the work on the
part of the Board of Trustees. They have been informed, how-
ever, by the President of the company, that the heavy rainfall
of.the past fall and winter has rendered it' expedient to cut
lateral ditches in addition to the main canal, to avoid the flow
of water from the adjacent flat woods upon the reclaimed lands,
and that the company is now engaged in this work.
IMMIGRATION.
The Florida Immigration Association was organized about
eighteen months ago to promote the interests of immigration
to the Stati. Without any provision, under the laws of the
State, for the appropriation of funds for this purpose, the Asso-
ciation has vigorously and effectively prosecuted its work; sup-
ported entirely by voluntary contributions from individuals,
corporations, and certain of the counties of the State. Not-
withstanding the difficulties under which the Association la-
bored by reason of the prevalence of yellow fever in the State
during the past year, it maintained, at the Centennial Exposi-
tion at Cincinnati, Ohio, during the summer and fall, a credita-
ble exhibit of( the products of Florida. It has circulated a large
l un tit y of maps and literature of Florida, and otherwise given
reliable information as to the products, resources and advant-
ages of our State, and in many ways successfully labored to in-
duce immigration, and is entitled to our commendation and
support.
The work so well begun should receive the aid and encour-
._,mlient o' the State. Inasmuch, however, as the disbursement
of any moneys, which the State may appropriate to promote
in i rati.: in, should be under the direction of the State officials,






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who are responsible to the State for its proper and jiilicious al.-
plication, I recommend the establishment of a Bureau of Immi-
gratibn, .under the supervision of the Commissioner of'Agricul-
ture, which seems to have been contemplated by the framers
of the Constitution, in prescribing the duties of such official
(sec. 26, art. 4 of the Constitution), with a reasonable appropti-
ation to enable him to successfully present the attractions and
inducements which Florida o:ffi't-r < iun.ifratiil.
COMMISSIONER OF AGRICULTURE.
The section of the Constitution last above referred to pro-
vides that" the Commissioner of Agriculture shall perform such.
duties in relation to agriculture as may be prescribed by law."
I recommend, therefore, that you provide such duties for the
Commissioner, in relnti,:'n ,Ito nri.'i-ltlire, as may best promote
the interest of that important branch of the industries of our.
State. In this connection I would recommend for y..ur consid-.
eration the propriety of providing by statute for the inspection
of all fertilizers sold in the State, to prevent the imposition
u 'po our farmers, fruit growers ana horticulturists of a spurious
or inferior article; that a moderate fee be charged for such in-
spection, to be paid by the seller to the State, the fund arising
tbhlcr-r.i.i to pay the expenses of inspection, and the surplus to
be applied to the immigration fund.
The Commissioner of A:grcultuir' has Lsuperiii:ou of all'
matters pertaining to the public lands." It is important that
She should be, ex officio, a member of the Board of Trustees of
the Internal Improvement Fund, in whom the State lands are
vested by law. Some doubts exist as to whether he is a mem-
S ber of such Board. tI, therefore, recommend the enactment of
a law constituting the Commissioner of Agriculture, ex officio,
a member of the Bnar 1 ol' Truste-M of theInternal I!,riI.r.ve\nent
Fund.
INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT LANDS.
There have been patented to the State of the Swamp
and Overflowed lands............................... 16,004,198.75 acres
Of which there have been disposed of, up to January
1st, 1889...................... ......................... 13,899,999.99 acres

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In addition to.the lands for which the State has received
patents, there have been selected for the State 3,675,718.58
acres of swamp and overflowed lands, under the grant to
Florida, of September 28th, 1850, and the same certified by the
Surveyor-General. I have applied to the Secretary of the In-
terior for patents to the State for this land.
For a detailed statement of the Internal Ilplr.:veminu t. lands I
refer you to the report of the Commissioner of Lands and Im-
migrati..,n for the two years ending December 31st, 1888, here-
with submitted.
RAILROADS AND THE RAILROAD COMMISSION.
A synopsis of the history and progress of railroad construe-
tion in Florida is given in the second annual report of the
Railroad Commissioners. The astonishing increase in railroad
mileage within the last ten years, I have heretofore adverted to.
The mileage of construction from year to year, and a tabulated
statement from 1876 to 1888, inclusive, are given in said report.
of the Commissioners; besides much other interesting data,.
and statistics included in and accompanying the same, from
which I quote as follows:
The population of the State in 1876 was about 240,000 and
the valuation of the property of the people, as shown by the
tax books was about $37,000,000. In 1888 the population
was about 375,000 and property had been raised to about.
$87,000,000 in value.
"To the accomplishment of such gratifying results, this.
wonderful development of the .varied resources of the State,
much, very much, is due to the construction of the various
railroads we have enumerated and described, and the proph-.
ecy recorded in her statutes wherein she 'provided for and
encouraged a liberal system of internal impri..vminnt in this
State,' seems to have been in great measure tiltillc.le. This
liberal l...li:"-, in conjunction with the agencies and causes
above incidentally referred to, has resulted in giving to our
State more railroad to the population, perhaps, than in any
other State in the United States. It has invited settlers and
greatly increased her population ; it has encouraged the in-
vestment of capital in every direction, and, as the tax books











show, greatly incrensedl her wealth; it has attracted the at-
"teution of the world to her genial climate and. varied produc-
tions-in a word, it has been a most potent factor in raising
Florida to the high position she' now occupies, in the estimaa
tion of people abroad and the hearts of her own people.
"And now that the railroads, attracted by the natural ad-
vantages offered by our State, and encouraged by the liberal
policy she inaugurated over thirty years ago, have come, and
in their eager rivalry I'.,r traffic, traverse almost every inhab-
ited no6k and corner of the State, it behooves the State to
see to it that by no act of herN slihall she be justly cliargeabl.v
with an abandonment of that policy of liberal eri'.:'uraI;ttgmeII
which has been ordained in her Constitutions, nnl male
effectual by her legislative enactments."
The following Commissioners were appointed under the Act
approved June 7th, 1887, chapter 3746, Laws of Florida, popq-
larly known as the Railroad Commission Law, to-wit: Hon.
Geo. G. McWhorter of Santa Rosa, Hon. Enoch J. Vann of
Madison, and Hon. William fimes of Sumter, who -were com-
missioned on the 9th of August, 1887, and on the same day
effected an organization by the selection of Hon. George G.
SMcWhorter as President; and then employed Mr. J. G. Ward
as Secretary.
The Commnis.ioners I)prolptly entered upon the d.li.ch;rge f)'
their duties, being required by the statute, niong oiher t.hiniir
to flx, for the observance of all railroads doing business in this
State, reasonable and just rates of freight and pa-.Ieuger tariffs,
and charges for the use of railroad cars carrying any and all
kinds of freights and passengers; to make reasonable and just
rules and regulations as to charges at any and all points for
the necessary handling and delivery of freights, and as may be
necessary for preventing unjust discrimination in the transpor-
tation of freight or passengers, or the giving of any rebate or
bonus directly or inilirectly, and from misleading or deceiving
thie public in any manner as to the real rates cliarge-l, and to
hear and decide comilaints aga:int ra;ilrioli, etc.
The ililciiliie- whi.ih coi L.ntf'.,ti.-.l the Cotiuink iiiers ii n the
discharge of their dlitici- can readily be anl'.recintd.-., an.l are







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oircilily reftrr'. l to in their1 first ,nni l i'e'p1orti ini tihe fll'owiingl
language:
Upon the veiy threshold of ehrting upon the performance
of II;s duty; many iitltiulrie- were 'neouninerel. The man-
agers who lhai, -er-ix ,l Lirst.ri,'t-.1 dmitnir i ratio:n, charging
tolls at will, high or low, -n.kiing rates at di unifloril irrlI fairi to all alike, or advancing the interest of'
individuals and towns upon the one hsnd, and laying buril'n.
upon whomsoever they saw fit, upon the other; granting
free passes to large numbers, and for that reason necessitating
hiihrl-r rates to lthr-, they l-'llr.r l that any control by law,
especially if looking to fixing rates, was an innovation, an'd
they stoutly insisted that it was the manifest duty of the
Commission to legalize their existing tariffs and adopt the!
schedules then in force. They affirmed that the charges then'
being made for transportation of passengers and freights were
just and reasonable, that any lower rates of charges would
not allow such earnings as to enable them to do efficient ser-
vice. They pointed out that the money invested in railroads
was private capital; that if men of means saw fit to embark
in railroad enterprises, there was no just reason why restric-
tion should be put upon them.
And yet while protesting energetically against any Ino.li-
fications by the Commission, they were in the main courteous
and expressed a willingness to give any information the Com-
mission should desire at their hands. They did not fail, how-'
ever, to remind the Commission, with emphasis, that only
those who had had the benefit of long experience in railroad
service were qualified to perform such duties as the Commis,
sioners were entering upon. But the law was mandatory
upon us to make and fix and publish schedules of rates of
charges and rules and regulations.
"We trust that we had a proper appreciation of the respon-
sibility that rested upon us. Not only w.a the prosperity
and development of our young aid growing State, the right
qf her individual citizens, the needs of her towns, and the
fostering of the various industries in the State to be consid-
eredl, but we also recognize that, by virtue of the authority
vested in Us, it was odu duty to observe a'due regard for the









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interests of those who had invested their earnings in railroad
property."
The manner in which the duties of the Commissioners have
been leti formed, % ith the various schedules of freight and pas-
senger tariffs as originally fixed,and the changes subsequently
made, as applying to the different railroads in the State; the
complaints and protests of various railroad companies, as well
as those of individuals, and the rulings of the Commission
thereon, with a full and complete record of thb-ir official nact
are shown by their annual rCllorts, made, as required by the
statute, on 1st of Mar.ch, 1888, and the 1st of March, 1889, which
are herewith submitted.
"These reports, particularly the second, contain very valuable
information in regard to the railroad system of our State, and
the bearing of the Railroad C.numiui,-il. thereon, and much in-
S teresting and instructive information as to the operations of
Railway Commissions of other States.
The rules and regulations and schedules of freight and pas-
senger tariffs, provided and fixed by the Commissioners, have
been observed with but little exception by all tih- railroads
doing business in the State, except the Louisville and Nash-
ville Railroad Company and the Pensacola and Atlantic
Railroad Company. Suits against which latter company
have been instituted in behalf of the State by the At-
torney-General, upon the request of the Commissioners,
for violation of the rules and rates of the Commission,
and judgments in six cases have been. obtained, am.ount-
ing to $14,000.00. These cases have been appealed to the Su-
.preme Court, but decisions have not yet been rendered there-
on. The Commissioners, in their second annual report recoqm-
mend various amendments to the statute, generally as to matters
Sof detail. The study which those geniiltmen have given to the
law, and their experience of nearly two years in carrying out
its provisions, give great weight to their recommendations. I.
commend them to your careful consideration.
THE MILITARY.
Immediately followingthe approval of theact providing for
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State Troops, chapter 3707, Laws of Florida, organize ition! were
perfected and applications made by companies, from various
portions of the State for admission into this corps; and the'
limit fixed by law of ten infantry cimlpanie- and two batteries
of artillery' was soon reached. Several volunteer companies
seeking admission were declined, as the number provided for
had already been accepted.
The infantry companies were organized into three battalions,
as follows: The first, consisting of four companies; to which
a battery of artillery'was attached; the second, consisting of
four companies, to which a battery of artillery was attached;
and the third, :.,ii-.i';,.4 of two companies.
The first State Encampment under the provisions of this law
was held at Pablo Beach in August of 1887, and was in every
respect successful and highly beneficial to the troops, in im-
proving them in the drill, teaching them the details of .camp
life, and promoting discipline.
Magnolia Bluff was selected as the pl,:'e of encampment in
1888, and the State troops went into camp there on the 7th of.
August. Witl that improvement which was the. result of a
year's discipline, as enforced under the provisions of the law,
this encampment promised to be the most successful and satis-
factory ever held in the State. This anticipation was dispelled,
however, by the announcement of yellow fever in Jacksonvil.e
on the 9th, whereupon the Jacksonville companies were at once'
permitted to return home, the remaining companies irl-'kin /
camp and leaving for their homes on the 13th. ...,
The good discipline and proficiency in the drill and other '
duties of the soldier, attained by this corps, are the best evi-
derices of the wisdom of the provisions of the law under which
it was organized.
In addition to the State troops there are twenty-one corn-
panies of organized volunteer militia in the State, some of
whom are well drilled and in a fairly good state of discipline.
The law, however, under which they are organized, is lifici-nt'
in pr..> iding means for the proper enforcement of'that disi;.
pline which is necessary to insure an efficient soldiery.
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A threatened riot by strikers among the employees of those
engaged in the lumber business at Fernandina, during the latter
"part of last August, occasioned the ordering, by, the Com-
S mander-in-Chief, of Company C, (FernandinaVolunteers) First
Battalion, Florida State Troop's, to aid the civil authorities.
!Re-enforcements, consisting of Companies A and B (CGiner-
ville Guards and Ocala Rirles),Second Battalion, Florida Stail
Troops, under Major T. D. Lancaster, were ordered on the 6tli
of September to proceed to Fernandina to assist in quelling the
riot. This order was promptly obeyed and resulted in the
'arrest of the ringleaders of the strikers without bloodshed.
These companies remained in Fernandina till September 10th,
which resulted, unfortunately, in certain of the Gainesville
GuaTids contracting yellow fever, the death of three members
of the company, and the ilntroliitio.n of the fever in Gaines-
ville.
I herewith submit the report of the Adjutant-General, giving
a detailed report of the condition of the Military Department
of the State, and commend to your careful consideration his
recommendations of an amendment to the law increasing the
i/unmber of the State troops, and disbanding all other armed
volunteer militia.
The Constitution provides, Article 4, section 16, that "the'
SGovernor shall appoint all commissioned officers of the Stl:e
militia, including an Adjutant-General for the State. The Ad-
jutarit-General shall be the chief officer of the Governor's staff,
with'the rank of Major-General. His duties and compensation
shall be prescribed by law; Provided, That this Constitution
shall work no vacancy in the office of Adjutant-General as now
constituted until the expiration of the present term." The du-
ties of the Adjutan-t-Gl-nerl' as the law now exists, are only
those of a military nature. These, however, occupy a large
portion of his time and require 'his constant attention. \ Upon
this office largely depends the efficiency of the Military Depart-
ment of the State.
I would recommend that the Anjutant-General be required
by law to perform the duties of Secretary of the Board of Pen-
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been performed by him ever since the existence of tle pension
law.
General David Lang has continued to fill the office and dis-
charge the duties of Adjutant-General, under appointment by
me, from the date of the expiration of his term of office, under
the Constitution of 1868, but without provision for compensa-
tion. I recommend, therefore, that a proper and adequate sal-
ary be prescribed for the Adjutant-General, to commence with
the date of his appointment under the present Constitution, to
wit: January 9tb, 1889.
THE INSANE ASYLUM.
The satisfactory condition and good showing of this institu-
tion are the best evidences of its admirable management by
Major A. Mo-.-le, Superintendent, whose full and interesting
report, embraced in the report of the Adjutant-General, I com-
mend to your careful consideration, as well as the comments of
the Adjutant-General; and recommend a sufficient appropria-
tion to provide for the buildings and other pressing'needs of the
asylum, shown to be necessary by the report of the Superin-
tendent. Everything should be done in the power of the State
to mitigate the sufferings and better the condition of this un-
fortunate class, and which will contribute to the restoration of
,-their dethroned reason; and this should be the great end to be
striven for in the care of them.

STATE PRISON.
The convicts sentenced to penal servitude in the "State
Penitentiary" are employed by C. K. Dutton, at his turpentine
works in Suwannee county, under a contract made with him
November 9th, 1885; whereby the State is relieved of all ex-
pense for maintenance and safe keeping of the convicts. The
prisoners receive proper oare and treatment; are generally
healthy and safely kept; and it is probable that the present
arrangement is as good as can be made under the contract sys-
tem. The success of this system, however, depends very largely
upon the character of the irfdividual with whom the State con
tracts for the care and custody of her prisoners. The contract
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is some uncertainty as to blat contract. may be made at that
time. As Atggtr-te.l by the Adjut.:.ntGenter.al in his report -
"Unless a new contract can be made to embrace all State pris-
oners, the State will, in January, 1890, have on hand a large
number of prisoners for \%hlich it can furnish no profitable, or
even self-sustaining, employment, and no safe place for their
confinement. Some.action, tii'h.-lf.io, should be taken by the
"Legislature toward the establishment of a permanent State
Prison." This suggestion is in harmony with section 2 of Ar-
ticle 13, of the Constittition, which provides that. "a State
Prison should be established and maintained in such manner as
may be prescribed by law."
In the present condition, of the Stnate tinu.ncL-, l.-weer, I
"am inclined to the opinion that the e.-. .:pliiutur- of the money
necessary for the establishment of a State Prison had better be
deferred, In the hope that an I-lj.ii-tineIt :,inl settlement of our
claims against the General G\tlri iimeni within the next two
years, will enable us to make the necessary outlay to estab-
lish a State, prison, without financial embarrassment; and for
the present, that we had better endeavor to continue the con-
tract system.
The object of p.niLlinvnt is threefold: first, an expiation of
She offense committed; second,.an example to deter others from
the commission of crime; and Mi'l, the reformation of the
criminal. It .p'l'p'.'r to me that the last object would be bet-.
ter attained by the enactment of a law which would provide a
convict with a eli, -11 suit, of clothes-upon the expiration of his
term, and liirnii.-h him transportation to his home, and subsis-
tence for -i iu .1: -. Tlihe t ,r.,i, convict upon the (-xpirauiuin.
of his teri, when he is presumed to have paid the penalty of
his violation of the law, is released in many cases with his
prison suit, a badge of shame, and without the means of pro-
curing his next meal, or returning to his home; thus turned
loose upon the world, dire necessity drives many to commit lar-
ceny, which soon returns them to prison life.
I commend to your consideration the report of the Adjutant.
General on the subject of the State Prison and the recomimenda-
tions therein contained ; especially that in regard to provid-









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ing a house of correction, or as expressed in the Constitution,
a house of refuge for juvenile offenders.

ATTORNEY-GENERAL'S REPORT.
I herewith submit to you the biennial report of the Attorney-
General showing the business of his office for the two years
ending December 31st, 1888, and commend to your favorable
consideration the recommendations therein contained of legis-
lation which 'he deems advisable.
REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE.
I also submit to you the biennial report of the Secretary of
:State for two years ending December 31st, 1888, showing the
proceedings of his office for that period.
PARDONS, REPRIEVES, ETC.
In compliance with Section 11, of Article 4, of the Constitu-
tion, I herewith append a statement of fines remitted, and
reprieves, pardons and commutations granted since the con-
vening of the Regular Session of the L,:gil.liure, April 5th,
QI Q .: /
REVISION OF THE LAWS.
The Florida State Bar Association, at the last annual session,
held in Ocala, in the month of February, adopted the following
resolution :
WHEREAS, The Statute Laws of the State of Florida have
never been revised, and are only to be found in volumes of the
Acts of the Sessions of many Legislatures, many of which vol-
umes are inaccessible to the lawyers of the State, and cannot
now be obtained, and mady of said laws should be substituted
by;others to meet the present needs of the people; therefore, be
it
Resolved, That it is the sense of this Association that the
Legislature, at its coming session, should pass a bill directing
the Governor to appoint a commission, composed of three per-
sons of industrious dispositions, and acquainted with the pres-
ent practical working of our laws, who shall be paid a liberal
salary for their services, to prepare a bill to be reported to the









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\session of 1891 of the Legislature, embodying what, in their
judgment, would be all the statute laws of a general, nature,
necessary for the government of the people of this State, in a
systematic form.
"That thesecretary immediately furnish a copy of these reso-
lutions to the Governor of Florida, and to each member of the
Legislature."
The confusion of the laws of our State on many siihjecr, is
apparent to any one whio has had occasion to in'v.stig.ate them,
in the endeavor to :iVecrrain the law on such inibjct.r-, as to
which there has been repeated legislation from time to time,
Not only to facilitat.: the le1 "I profession in'their investigations
of the law, but for the benefit of every citizen of the State, the
law should be made as-plain and certain as possible. I
therefore, commend the above resolution of the State Bar .\,...-
"ciation to your favorable consideration.
PUBLIC ROADS.
The prosperity of our State, and that of pach county. depends
largely upon the condition of the public roads. The iii.livi.iin:
traveling through the State, seeking a location for settlement,
cannot but be more favorably impressed with those counties
which keep their roads, Inilg,.- and ferries in good condition,
thereby affording convenient facilities for travel and the t r.a n-
portation of produce to the depots and wharves of our common
carriers.
I am impressed that the present system, whereby certain
residents of the county are required to perform manual labor
in working the public roads, is not the fairest distribution of
the burden, or the best means to secure'the benefit of good
roads, which, is shared alike by all property owners, whether
residents of the county or otherwise, all of whom should share
the burdens proportionately to the benefits derived.
The periodical i-lsemubling.of hands" to work the roads, fol-
lowed by the arrest and prosecution of delinquents, is produc-
tive of much bad feeling among neighbors, and is usu.illy un-
satisfactory, as to tle re-ulh sought to be anc.:in.mlislhel.
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law making certain residents ot the counties liable to work on
the public roads. And that the law can so amended as to
provide for the opening, constructing and repairing of the pub-
lic roads, bridges and ferries only by a fund, to be raised by
the levy of a county tax for that purpose. This would enable
the employment of such labor, skilled and otherwise, as would
best accomplish the end to be desired, and would distribute the
burden more equally.
PROTECTION OF GAME, AND PLUME BIRDS.
The game of our State is being rapidly thinned out by a
slaughter and destruction constantly going on, without
regard to the breeding seasons, and unless restrained and regu-
lated by law will soon almost completely annihilate the game,
whether of fur or feather. And the same may be said of
many of our beautiful birds of plume, which are followed to
their breeding grounds and ruthlessly destroyed, because of
the traffic in their plumage.
I recommend the enactment of such laws,as will protect
and preserve the game, and the plume birds of our State, and
r.gulateii the killing of them.
CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION OF THE INAUGURA-
TION OF WASHINGTON.
The State of Florida was invited to be represented and par-
ticipate in the Centennial Celebration to take place in New
York City on April 30, 1889, to commemorate the Inaugura-
tion of George Washington, as first President of the United
States.
Governor Perry, responding to this invitation, appointed
Gen. William Miller of Washington, Col. John Q. Burbridge
of Duval, and Capt. F. A. Hendry of Lee, as delegates to rep-
resent this State in the celebration of one of the most impor-
tant and interesting events in the history of our country. I
was notified a few days since by Capt. Hendry of his inability
to attend, and I appointed as a delegate in his stead, Colonel
Albert W. Gilchrist of De Soto.
PARIS EXPOSITION.
The United States was invited by the Republic of France
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, of manufacturers and anriciiltire of all nations, to be held in
Paris commencing the 5th day of May and losing the 81st
day of October, 1889.
This invitation was accepted by joint resolution of Congress
approval May 10th, li -, and the Governors of the several
State's and Territoriiek were, by such resolution requested to
invite the people of'their respective States and Territories to.
assist in the proper representation of the products of our in-
dustry, and the national resoul.cie of the country, and to take
such further measures as may be necessary in order to secure
to their respective States and Territories the advantages to be
derived from this beneficent undertaking. This invitation was
communicated to the Governor of Florida by the Hon. T. F.
Bayard, Secretary of State, July 3d, 1888.
For the purpose of procuring the proper representation of
the products of our industry and the natural resources of
Florida, my predecessor appointed as Commissioners to said
Exposition, Messrs. W. D. Chipley, A. B. Mason, J. E. Ingra-
ham, H. R. Duval and H. B. Plant and Mrs. Ellen Call Long
and Mrs. Mary Stockton Young. I subsequently added to the
list Messrs. C. N. Haldeman, George W. Wilson, Wanton S.
Wehlb and J. L. Gaskins. The Commissioners have held sev-
eral meetings; and at their gifer;tin'ii I appointed Hon. J. L.
Gaskins Commissioner-General' to the Exposition. A number
of exhibits fir..m tui l SiTat have already been farwarded and
fur her At:.,,t- are being made by the Commissioners which I
trust, will secure to Florida a proper representation of.,her
resources and the industries of our people. The similaiirty of
"climate, soil and productions of a large portion of our State to:
those of France and Italy, if properly shown, cannot but secure
to us very beneficial results in inducing the immigration of a
thrifty, industrious and desirable people. I, therefore, recom-
mend an appropriation sufficient to secure and maintain such
S an exhibit for this State.
CONCLUSION.
Many other matters than those which I have presented for
your consideration, will doubtless claim your attention during
the session upon which you have entered. The people of Flor-
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hands such intelligent legislation as will best promote the good
of the whole State. A great responsibility rests upon you, as
well as upon me. Let us invoke the blessing ot Divine Provi-
dence, that we may prove equal to the trusts which have been,
respectively, confided to us.
I shall always be happy to extend to you every aid in my
power in the discharge of your duties.
FRANCIS P. FLEMING,
Governor.


















STATEMENT OF FINES REMITTED,
AND REPRIEVES, PARDONS AND COMMUTATIONS GRANTED
SINCE THE CONVENING OF THE REGULAR SESSION
OF THE LEGISLATURE APRIL FIFTH, 1887.

M.\TIIi\U. C. HALE, convicted of assault with intent to mur-
der, Fall Term of the Circuit Court for Orange county, A. D.
1885; sentenced to the State Prison for two years. Granted
a full pardon May 6th, 1887.
ROBERT McKINNON, convicted of breaking and entering a
building in theday time with intent to commit a misdemeanor,
Spring Term of the Circuit Court for Walton county, A. D.
1887; sentenced to the State Prison for one year. Pardoned
June 2d, 1887.
CHARLES SPRINGER, convicted of rape, Fall Term of the Cir-
cuit Court for Franklin county, A. D. 1883; sentenced to the
State Prison for life. Pardoned'June 2d, 1887.
GEORGE I MCIRVNE, convicted of murder in the first degree,
Fall Term Circuit Court for Franklin county, A D. 1882; sen-
tenced to be hung (which sentence was afterwards commuted
to imprisonment; tor life). Granted a full pardon June 3d,
1887.
SJOHN NELSON. convicted of manslaughter in the first degree,
"Fall Term, A. D, 1884, Circuit Court for Escambia county;
sentenced to State Prison for ten years. Sentence commuted
to imprisonment until the 24th day of June, A. D. 1887, June
4th, 1887.
T. D. C. PRENTIss, convicted of compounding felony, Spring
Term Circuit Court for Marion county, A. D. 1887 ; sentenced
to pay a fine of one hundred dollars and costs. Granted a full
pardon, the fine and costs being paid June 16th, 1887.
YOUNG HERBERT, convicted of aggravated assault, Fall Term
of the Circuit Court for Escambia county, A. D. 1886; sen-
tepced to pay a fine of one hundred dollars and costs. Fine
and costs remitted, and fine of twenty-five dollars and costs im-
posed at the same time upon the said Young Herbert also re-
mitted, and said Young Herbert released from confinement
June 16th, 1887.
BERNARD WESTPHOL, convicted of larceny, Fall Term of the
Circuit Court for Escambia county, A. D. 1886 ; sentenced to









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pay a fine of one hundred dollars and costs. Fine and costs
remitted, and said Bernard Westphol released from confine-
ment June 16th, 1887.
TmHim:,I L, DRyMaAN ,'n'i:retel of murder in the second de-
S gre6 at a Called Term of tihe Circuit. Court for Mainatee county.'
held in June, A. D. i-i; .-it.-ntel to the Stat- Prisi.'i Itr
life. Granted a full arid. free pardon and ordered released from
confinement June 16th, ]887.
JOHN A. FRESE, convicted of selling spirituous liquors with-
out a license, Fall Term of the Circuit Court for Hernando
county, A. D. 1885; sentenced to pay a fine of nine hundred
dollars. Fine remitted upon condition that thecosts in said
cause be paid within sixty days, June 16th, l'T7.
JESSE JEFFERSON, convicted of breaking .iMal eiter1ini a house
in the daytime with intent to commit larcrny, Fill Tc.rim I tihe
Circuit Court for Orange county, A. D. 1884; sentenced to.the
State Prison for four years; sentence commuted so as to end
Saturday, June 18th, 1887, June 16th, 1887.
SHIRAM MAYo, convicted of aggravated assault, Spring Term
of the Circuit Court for CAlli..ii coiunt'y, A. D.17; I enten l .ed
to pay a fine of one hlunlre. .,..llars. Fin riemittel to .*W..J.
and costs, so as to make fine,and costs amount in all to -10)u,
July 25th, 1887.
T. H. BRADLEY, convicted of carrying arms secretly on his
person at the Spring Term of the Circuit Court for Walton
county, A. D. 1887 ; sentenced to pay a fine of fifteen dollars
and costs. Fine and costs remitted and party ordered relta...cd
from confinement Al'.'Itl I lth, 15ci7.
HuGi BRADLEY, convicted of carrying concealed weapons,
Spring Term of the Circuit Court for Walton county, A.'D.
1887; sentenced to pay a fine of ten dollars and costs. Fine
and costs remitted and party ordered released from confinement
Argust 11th, 1887.
FREDERICK WRIGHT, e-.n'iei t.d 'of breaking and entering a
building in the night time with intent to c..minuit larceny, Fall
Termr of the Circuit Court for Orange county, A. D. 1885 ; sen-
tenced to State Prison for five years. Sentence commuted so
as to end at the expiration of two years from date of imprison-
ment, August llth, 1887.
S. P. MORGAN, convicted of forgery, Fall Term of the Circuit
Court for Alachua county, A. D. 1882; sentenced to three
mIlnthii' imlp.ri-.,iine-nI in the county jail. Granted a full and
'',r"t p,'r1.l,.n A1rl.2 -t I lth, 1887.
THOMAs ALLEN, convicted of rape, Spring Term of the Circuit
Court for Holmes cou:ntty, A. D. 1883; sentenced to confine-
ment in the State Prison at.hard labor for the term of his na-









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tural life. Sentence commuted so that imprisonment should
end October 18, A. D. 1887. October 7, 1887.
PERRY ALFORD, convicted of carrying concealed weapons,
Fall Term of the Circuit Colt for Columbia county, A, D.
1886; sentenced to pay a fine of twenty-five dollars. Fine
remitted and party ordered released from confinement October
7, 1887.
SAMUEL SAMPSON, convicted of an aggravated assault, Fall
Term of the Circuit Court for Escambia county. A. D. 1886;
sentenced to pay a fine of one hundred dollars and costs. Fine
and costs remitted add party ordered released from jail Octo-
ber 7, 1887.
HIARVEY AMZIE, convicted of breaking and entering a build-
ing in the. night time with intent to commit a felo.: SlJliiii.
Term of the Circuit Court for Columbia county, A. DI I :
sentenced to'-the State Prison for ten years. Sentence com-
muted so as to end on the 17th day of May, A. D. 1888. No-
vember 3, 1887.
FRANK WILLIAMS, convicted of an aggravated assault,
Fall Term of the Circuit Court for Escambia county, A. D.
1886; sentenced to pay a fine of fifty dollars. Fine remitted
and party ordered released from confinement November 3d,
1887.
EDWARD SCOTT, convicted of an aggravated assault, Spring
Term of the Circuit Court for Sumter county, A. D. 1887;
sentenced to imprisonment in the county jail for a period of one
year. Sentence commuted so as to end on the 25th day of De-
cember A. D. 1887, and that said Scott be pardoned at that
time of said offense, November ,d,'1887.
ISAAC PEARSON, convicted of breaking and entering a build-
ing, Spring Term of the Circuit Court for Marion county, A.
D. 1885 ; sentenced to State Prison for tour years. Pardoned
and ordered released January 11, 1888.
EDWARD DANCEY, convicted of selling liquor without license,
Spring Term of the Circuit Court for Alachua county A. D.
1886; sentenced to pay a fine of six hundred dollars and- costs.
Fine and costs remitted and party ordered released from con-
finement January 11, 1888.
ANNIE KELLEY, alias ANNIE ROGERs, convicted of receiving
stolen goods knowing the same to have been stolen, Fall Term
of the Circuit Court for Levy county, A. D. 1887; sentenced
to pay a fine of one hundred dollars and costs. Fine and costs
remitted and party ordered released from confinement February
22d, 1888.
HENRY R. JACKSON, convicted of an aggravated assault, Sep.
tember Term of the Criminal Court of Record of OrangeconnQty,
A. D. '1:;; sentenced to pay a fine of fifty dollars. Fine re-









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mitted and party ordered released from confinement March 7,
1888.
NATHAN SHUitFERT, convicted of an aggravated assault in
the Criminal Court of Record of Escambia and sentenced Sep-
tember 13th, A. D. 1887, to pay a fine of one hundred dollars
and costs. Fine and costs remitted and party ordered released
from jail on March 13, 1888. March 7,1888.
BURNEY WILLIAMS, convicted of murder, Spring Term of'
the Circuit Court for Leon county, A. D. 1885 ; sentenced to'
State Prison for life. Sentence .commuted so as to end March
10, A. D. 1888. March 7, 1888.
AARON VANN, convicted of larceny of an animal, Fall Term
of the Circuit Court for Leon county, A. D. 1886; sentenced
to the State Prison for two years. Sentence commuted so as
to end March 10, A. D. 1888. March 7, 1888.
OSCAR WILLIS, convicted of larceny in the Court of J. R.
Steele, County Judge and Ex-Officio Justice of the Peace in
and for Sumter county, August 8, A. D. 1885. Pardoned May
17, 1888.
HENRY WILLIAMS, convicted of rape, Fall Term of the, Cir-
cuit Court for Jefferson county, A. D. 1886 ; sentenced to St i'-
Prison for life. Sentence commuted so as to end'May 20, 1888.
"May 17, 1888.
PRICE STROBERT, c('0\'iictv of a crime against nature, Fall
Term of the Circuit Court for Orange county, A. D. 1878;
sentenced to the State Prison for fifteen years. Sentence com-
muted so as to end May 20, 1888. May 17, 1888.
WILLIS JOHNSON, convicted of an aggravated assault, Fall
Term of the Circuit Court for Santa Rosa county, A. D. 1887 ;
sentenced to pay a fine of fifty dollars and costs. Fine and
costs remitted and party ordered released from confinement
May 1,7, 1888.
CHARLES H. SHIVER, convicted of larceny, Spring Term of
the Circuit Court for Hamilton county, A. D. '1876. Granted
a pardon and restored to all the rights of citizenship May 17,
1888.
HENRY LUMPKIN, convicted of obtaining money under false
pretenses, Fall Term of the Circuit Court for Jefferson c..0m1l3y,
A. D. 1887 ; sentenced to pay a flue of twenty-five dollars and
costs. Fine and costs remitted and l;irt\ ordered released
from jail July 24, 1888.
JAMES H. KOON, cons i.tel *,I trl.-l.m-. Sp'rimi' Term of the
Circuit Court for C',loihbia county, A. D. 1 s- ; siilmct.il to
pay a fine of twenty-five dollars and costs. Fine and costs
remitted July 31, 1888.
PHILLIS OLIVER, convicted of larceny, Falll T'lrn of the
Circuit Gouirt for Leon county;,A. D. 1887; sentenced to State

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prison for one year. Pardoned and ordered released from con-
finement July 31, 1888.
MARIA PRESTON, convicted of larceny, Fall Term of the
Circuit Court for Leon county, A. D. 1887; sentenced to the
State prison for one' year. Pardoned and ordered released
from prison July 81, 1888.
JAMEs OWENs, convicted of assault with intent to murder,
Fall Term of the Circuit Court for Jackson county, A. D.
1886,; sentenced to State prison for two years. Granted a full
and free pardon and ordered released from confinement July
31, 1888.
DOCTOR MOSES,'convicted of marking an unmarked animal,
Spring Term of the Circuit Court for Suwannee county, A. D.
1879. Granted a full pardon and restored to all the rights of
citizenship September 25, 1888.
H. W. LEVER, convicted of an aggravated assault, Spring
Term of the Circuit Court for Hernando county, A. D. 1888;
sentenced to pay, a fine of fifty dollars and costs. Fine and
costs remitted September 25, 1888.
CLARBORNE GANTLING, convicted of larceny in the Court of
a Justice of the Peace in Hamilton county, August, 1883.
Granted a full pardon and restored to all the rights of citizen,
ship September 25, 1888.
WILLIAM RIVERS, convicted of larceny in the Court of a
Justice of the Peace in Hamilton county, November, A. D.
1880. Granted a full and freo pardon and restored to all the
righli- of citizenship September 25, 1888.
LEWIS SUMMONS, convicted of larceny, Fall Term of the
Circuit Court for Hamilton county, A. D. 1 876. Granted a
full pardon and restored to all the rights of citizenship Sep-
tefnber 25th, 1888.
WASHINGTON BEATY, convicted of larceny, Fall Term of tha
Circuit Court for Hamilton county, A. D. 1878. Pardoned and
restored to all the rights of citizenship September 25th, 1888.
DEMPSEY FLEMING, convicted of larceny, Spring Term of
the Circuit Court for Hamilton county, A. D. 1873. Pardoned
and restored to all the rights of citizenship September 25th,
1888.
JOHN BERRY, convicted of an assault with intent to murder,
Fall Term of the Circuit Court for Leon county, A. D. 1887.
Sentenced to the State Prison for two years. Sentence com-
muted so as to end January 7th, A. D. 1889. September 25th,
1888.
JAMES W. MULLIS, convicted of an aggravated assault,
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"1888. Sentenced to pay a fine of one huundr.:- dollars Fine
remitted October 5th, 1888.
JAMES M. DAvIS, con\Iicit.t of i].reIuy of a hat before the
Justice's Court of William iTH.,ly, a Justice of the Peace,
Washingtoni county, A. D. 1Js '. P-'rdonel October 17th,
"1888.
THOMAS J. ALBP.ITIT''N, c':li' vite(.l of illlinc in spirituous
liquors without a State licenr-.-, Si.rin-' Te-rm of the Circnit
Court for Manatee county, AA.D. I .-'. S-intenetl to pay a
fine of six hundred dollars. Fine remitted October 17th, 1888.
FRANK ADAMS, convicted of larceny of a piece of timber in
the Court of William Holly, Justice of the Peace, Washington
county, several years ago (Records of Court lost or destroyed.)
Pardoned October 17th, 1888.
SAMUEL BOOKER, convicted of assault with intent to mur-
der, Fall Term Circuit Court for Santa Rosa county,. A. D.
1887; sentenced to State Prison for two years. Sentence
"commuted so as to end on November 30th, 1888. November
19th. 1888.
JEFFERSON ADAMS, convicted of murder in the second
degree, Fall Term of the Circuit Court for Santa Rosa county,
A. D. 1887. Sentenced to State Prison for life. Granted a
full pardon'and ordered released from confinement December
13th, 1888.
'AARON JACKSON, convicted of the crime of adultery, at the
Spring Term of the Circuit Court for Hamilton County, A. D.
1888. Sentenced to State Prison for two years. Granted a
full pardon and ordered released from confinement February
20th, 1889.

On motion of Mr. Knight, of Lee, the House adjourned un-
til 10 o'clock A. M. to-Ioi:rrow.





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WEDNESDAY, April 3d, 1889.

The Hbuse of Representatives met pursuant to adjourn-
ment.
The Speaker in the chair.
The roll being called, the following members answered to
their names: ,
Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Atkins, Barber, Baltzell, Bas-
kin, Bates, Berkelman, Blitch of Marion, Blitch of Levy, Broad,
Buie, Corbett, Christie, Clark, Delgado, Dickinson, Edwards,
Farmer, Fillingim, Gainer, Green, Gunn, Hall, Hart, Hawley,
Hendry, Hinson. Jones, Johnson of Osceola, Johnston of
Franklin, Knight of Suwannee, Knight of Lee, Latham,
Layne, Lewis, Martin, Mathes, McCaskill, McNeil, Moore, Mor-
gan, Moreno, Milton, Jr., Norwood, O'Neal, Paterson, Raker,
Richard, Rives, Rourke, Scott, Shine, Smith of Jack-
son, Smith of Hamilton, Snow, Stapler, Taylor, Tompkins,
Trammell, Turnbull, Vaughn,' Walker, Walton, Whiddon
and Wilson-65.
A quorum present. /
"Prayer by Rev. H. E. Partridge, Chaplain.
On motion of Mr. Baskin, the reading of the Journal was
dispensed with.
The Journal was corrected and approved.
Hon. J. B. Vaughn,'member-elect from Escambia, and Hon.
W. B. Gainer, member-elect from Washington, appeared at the
bar of the House and were duly sworn in.
W. L. Higginbotham appeared at the bar of the House and
was duly sworn in as Messenger.
Messrs. Vaughn and Gainer asked to be excused for absence
yesterday On account of delayed trains;
Which was granted.
Mr. Christie offered Concurrent Resolution:
Concurrent Resolution No. -:
Be it resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate
concurring, That a committee of five, three from the House of
Representatives and two from the Senate, be appointed re-
spectively by the Speaker of the House of Representatives and
the President of the Senate, to visit the State Agri-uiltural
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college at Lake City, and inquire into its status, and make
such report as they in their judgment, deem proper;
Which was read and went over under'the rules.
Mr. Turnbull offered Joint Resolution No. 4, proposing an
amendment to the Constitution of the State of Florida;
"Which was read and placed among the orders of the day.
Mr. Scott offer ed Concurrent Resolution No. 1, relative t.,
appointment of committee to visit the State Prison nuil In-
sane Asylum at Chattahoochee and report upon the condition
and management ot the same.
Which was read and phi1col among the orders of the day.
Mr. Lathana offered the .Ill.ni iI- I-il,liluti, :
Resolved, That the Si ge:ii'.. at-Arms be instructed:to li1:,v
600 requisition blanks printed;
'Which was read and unanimously adopted.
Mr. Dickinson offered Joint Resolution No. 5, relative to
the a.li1'inl 'itutI of a Joint Committee to visit the Insane
Asylum;
Which was read and placed among the orders of the day.
Mr. Blitch, of Levy, offered Joint Resolution No. 6, relative
to appointment of a committee to investigate and report upon
:the welfare. and treatment of the convicts;
Which was read and placed among the orders of the day.
Mr. Layne offered Concurrent Resolution No. 2, relative to
;:1,i|..i'tr!I I.. of .committee to investigate and report as to con-
.I ri. ii ..1 i..nvicts of the State;
Which was read and placed among the orders of the day.
"Mr. Turnbull offered the i:.1i... in. resolution:
Resolved, That the hours for imn.,i iw .. if the l house of Rep.
.reientatives be 9 A. M.and 3 P. M .-ni.l Ii.1 time, until other-
wise ordered ;
Which was read.
M,. Baskin offi ed he following amendment:
Ami(nd-by stiikin,, out 9 and inserting 10;
\ Which was read.
Mr. Trammell moved that irh aumeinhent b be laid on ihe
table ;
Which was not agreed t,.
The vote on the adoption of the amendment being taken,
the amendment was adopted.












The vote recurring on the'resolution as amended, the vote
being taken, the resolution as amended was adopted.
The roll of counties being called, the following bills were
introduced :
By Mr. Turnbull:
House Bill No. 1:
A bill to be entitled an act to provide for the levying of a
capitation or poll tax and to male the payment of the -ame a
pre-requisite for voting ;
ii,.Ih was placed among the orders of the day.
By Mr. Morgan.:
House Bill No. 2:
A bill to be entitled an act to amend section 51 of an act
1i:-.rd, November 20th, 1828, the same being s action, 1 of
chapter 200 of McClellan's digest of the Laws of Florida,
p o i iiliiir for the execution of last wills and testaments;
Which was placed ;1III..,, the orders of the day.
"By Mr. Morgan :
House Bill N... 3:
A bill to be entitled an act making it illegal to assign goods
and merchandise for which the assignor is indebted to any
other creditor than to such creditor as said assignee is in-
debted for such goods and merchandise ;
Which was placed among the order of the day.
By Mr. Clark :
House Bill No, 4 :.
A bill to be entitled an act to amend an act entitled "an
act to establish the ]i'; ijrl .lii of -1 :i' -.. I. ill-, provide for
its government, and prescribe its'jurisdiction and powers,"
approved May 31st, 1887 ;
Which was placed .among the orders of the day.
By Mr. Latham :
House Bill No. 5 :
A bill to be entitled an act in relation to the redemption of
real estate sold under executive decree, mortgage or deed of
trust ;
Which was placed among the orders of the day.
By Mr. Berkelman :
House Bill No 6 :
A bill to be entitled an act to provide for the posting of
proposed amendment to the Constitution at the polling places
in the several election precincts of,the State ;
Which was placed among the orders of the day.
By Mr? Berkelman:
House Bill No. 7 :
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A bill to be entitled an act relating to the duties of County
Commis-ioneri of tie e\'vIrill couiitic.- in this State in reler-
ence to annual financial statements;
Which was placed among the orders-of the day.
By'Mr. Moore:
House Bill No. 8:
A bill to be entitled an nc1t to provide for placing and keep-
ing in condition the public roads and bridges, and the laying
out and construction of the tame, and the. raising of revenues
for that purpose;
Which was placed ;Inmulig the orders of the day.
The following message from the Senate was received:
SENATE CHAMBER,
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., April 3, 1889. .
HoN. J. L. GASKINS,
Speaker of the House of Representatives:
SIR: I am directed by the Senate to infoi-r the House of'
Representatives that the Senate has passed-
Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 1:
Relating to appointment of a committee of both Houses to
"investigate the Treasurer's and Comptroller's accounts and
books.
And respectfully ask the concurrence of the House of Rep-
resentatives therein.
Very respectfully,
; C. A. FINLEY,
Secretary of the Seinate.
Which was read, and the accompanying documents placed
among the orders of the day.
On motion of Mr. Blitl:h, Hons. J. M. Barrs and F. W.
Hawthorne, of Duval, were invited to seats within the bar of
the House.
Joint Resolution No. 1:
Relating to appointment of committee to investigate affairs
of Land Office,
Was read.
Mr. Gunn moved the adoption of the resolution.
The yeas and nays being called for, the roll was called and
the vote was:









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Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Albury, Atkins, Barber, Bait-
iell, Baskin, Bates, Berkelman, Blitch of Levy, Broad, Buie,
Corbett, Christie,Clark, Delgado, Dickinson, ERlwarls, Farmler,
Fillingim,Gainer,Green,Gunn, Hall,Hart,Hawley. Hendry,Hin-
son, Jones, Johnson of Osceola, Johnston of Franklin, Knight of
Suwannee, Knight of Lee, Latham4 Layne, Lewis, Martin,
Mathes, McCaskill, Moore, Morgan, Moreno, Milton, Jr.,
O'Neal, Paterson, Raker, Richard, Rives, Rourke, Scott,
Shine, Smith of Jackson, Smith of Hamilton, Snow, Stapler,
Taylor. Tompkins,, Trammell, Turnbull, Vaughn, Walker,
Walton, Whidden and Wilson-63.
Nays-None.
So the resolution passed and was ordered certified to the
Senate.
Joint Resolution No.'2, relative to committee to investigate
the affairs of the Comptroller's and Treasurer's offices,
Was read, and on motion for its adoption,
The yeas and nays being called for, the roll was called and
the vote was:
Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Albury, Atkins, Barber, Baltzell,
Bates, Berkelman, Blitch of Marion, Blitch of Levy, Broad,
Buie, Corhett, Christie, Clark, Delgado, Dickinson, Edwards,
Farmer, Fillingim, Gainer, Green, Gunn, Hall, Hart, Hawley,
Hendry, Hinson, Jones, Johnson of Osceola, Johnston of
Franklin, Knight of Suwannee, Knight of Lee, Latham, Layne,
Lewis, Martin, Mathes, McCaskill, Moore, Morgan, Moreno,
Milton, Jr., O'Neal, Paterson, Raker, Richard, Rives, Rourke,
*Scott, Shine, Smith of Jackson, Smith of Hamilton, Snow,
Stapler, Taylor, Tompkins, Trammell, Turnbull, Vaughn,
Walker, Walton, Whidden and Wilson-62.
Nays-None.
So the resolution passed and was ordered certified tO the
Senate.
Mr. Baltzell offered the following resolution :
That the Sergeant-at-Arms be instructed to purchase each
.day enough ice to keep the members of this House cool.
Which was read, and on a motion for its adoption was not
agreed to.
Joint Resolution No. 3 :
Relative to appointment of Joint Committee to visit the
Deaf and Dumb Institute at St. Augustine,
Was read.
Mr. Richard offered the following amendment to the resolu-
tion :



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Strike out, "two and insert Iive ;'" ikikC out onet a1 n
insert "three;" .
SWhich was read, and, on motion of Mr. Shiine, the amepd-
.ment wAs adopted.
The vote recurring on Joint, Resolution No. 3, as amended,
the roll was called and the vote was:
Yeas-Messrs. Albury, Atkins, Barber, Baflizell, Baskin.
Bate-,, B-rkelhn:a, Blitch of Marion, Blitch of Levy, Broad.l,
Buie, Corbett, Christie, Clark, Delgado,. Dickiii-on. EIl-wa'rd-,
Farmer, Fillingim, Gainer, Green, iGunn. Hall, Hart. Hawley,
Hendry, Hinson, Jones, Johnson of O:-i .hli, Johnston of
Franklin, Knight of Suwannee, Knight of Lee, Lath un, Ivli. 'e.
Martin, Mathes, McCaikill, Moore, Morgan. Moreno,, MIilton,.
Jr., Norwood, O'Neil, Paterson, Raker, Richard, Rives,
Rourke, Scott, Shine. Smith of Jackson, Smith of Hnamiltoun
Snow, Stapler, Taylor, 'Tomnpkin, Tramnmu11. 'T'iurnulnl,
V;aughn, Walker, Walton, Whiildon m. \.V;il-on--I;.;.
Nays-None.
Sothe resolution, as amended, p.i4eil, and was o(Iiler-'Il cer-
tified to the Senate.
The f.llowinoi message froni thle Snriaeii w-. received;
S. 'SENATE CHAMBER,
TALLLAASSE'E, Fla., April 8, 1889.
HON. J. L., GASK INS,
Speaker of the House of Representatives :
SIR: I am directed by the Senate to. inform the House of
Relpreientative- that. the Senate hI:i pa):asie- -
Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 4 :
TR-latiu., to the :i)poiitient of a colmnittet of two from
Senate and three froin HoI-en., to examine the re:'.)r l and ac-
obunts of the Land Office ;
And that Messrs. Rosborough :nd,Duni are appointed a,
committee on part of the Senate to act with th cominmit i-e
from the House;
And respectfully ask that the House concur therein.
Very respectfully,
C. A. FINLEY,
Secretary of the Senate.
And the accompanying documents were 'placed among the
orders of the day.





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On motion of Mr.Walton, Hon. E. J. Appleyard was invited
to a seat within the bar of the House.
On motion of Mr. Broad, the House adjourned until 3
o'clock P. M. to-day.



THREE O'CLOCK P. M.

The House of Representatives met pursuant to adjourn-
ment.
The Speaker in the chair.
The roll being called, the following members answered to
their names:
'Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Albury, Atkins, Barber,, Baltzell,
Baskin, Bates, Berkelman,Blitch of Marion, Blitch. of Levy,
Broad, Buie, Corbett, Christie, Clark, Delgado, Dickinson,
Edwards, Farmer, Fillingim, Green, Gainer, Gunn, Hall, Hart,
Hawley, Hendry, Hinson, Jones, Johnson of Osceola, John-
ston of Franklin, Knight of Suwannee, Kniglb of Lee,
Latham, Layne, Lewis, Martin, Mathes, McCaskill, McNeil,
Moore, Morgan, Moreno, Miltoni Jr., Norwood, O'Neal, Pater-
son, Raker, Richard, Rives, Rourke, Scott, Shine, Smith of
Jackson, Smith of Hamilton, Snow, Stapler, Taylor, Tomp-
kins, Trammell, Turnbull, Walker, Walton, Whiddon, Wilson
and Yon.
A quorum present.
Mr. F. M. Yon, member-elect from Calhoun county, ap-
peared at the bar of the House and was duly sworn in.
The Speaker announced the following standing, committees
of the House:
STANDING COMMITTEES.
No. 1-On Judiczary.
Mr. PETER O. KNIGHT of Lee, Chairman.
MEssas. MILTON, Ja., J. B. WALTON,
CORBETT, BALTZELL,
MORGAN, JOHNSTON of Franklin,
VAUQHN.









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No. 2-On Finance and Taxation.

Mr. RICHARD, Chairman.
MBssRs. LATHAM, STAPLER,
BERKELMAN, TAYLOR,
BATES, MATCHES,
TRAMMELL, PATERSON.
No. 3-On Immigration.
Mr. SHINE, Chairman.
EssRs. HAWLEY, RAKER.
S NORWOOD, McNEAL,
SWALTON, INSON,
SNo 4- On Railroads and Canals.
S, Mr. BASKIN, Chairman.
MEssRs. JOHNSON of Osceola, JONES,
MILTON, WALTON.
FARMER, 'SNOW,
PATERSON.

No. 5-On Corporations.
Mr. BLITCH of Levy, Chairman.
MESSRS. BARBER, CORBETT,
BERKELMAN, WALKER.

No. 6-On Public Printing.
S Mr, LATHAM, Chairman,.
MESSES. JOHNSTON ol'Franklin, NORWOOD,
MARTIN, McNEIL,
RIVES, BLITCH of Marion,
DELGADO.









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No. On Commerce and Navigation.
Mr. FARMER, Chairman.
MESSRS. SNOW, FILLINGIM,
LAYNE, MORENO,
HART, ROURKE.

No. 8-On Engrossed Bills.
Mr. HALL, Chairman.
MESSRS. FILLINGIM, KNIGHT of Suwannee,
McASKILL, MORGAN.

No. 9-On Enrolled Bills.
Mr. MARTIN, Chairman.
MESSRS. SMITH of Jackson, TRAMMELL,
TAYLOR, RAKER.

No. 10-On State Institutions.
Mr. CHRISTIE, Chairman.
MEssRS. ATKINS, O'NEIL,
JONES, TOMPKINS.

No. 11-On Public Lands.
Mr. MATHES, Chairman.
MESSRS. NORWOOD, GREEN,
BASKIN, ROURKE,
BUIE, DICKINSON,
HENDRY.
No. 12-On Militia.
Mr. BARBER, Chairman.
MESSRS. GAINER, SAUNDERS.
HENDRY, TOMPKINS,
WHIDDON, JONES.









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No. 13-On Privileges and Elections.
Mr. TURNBULL, Chairman.
MESSRs. SMITH of Hamilton, PATERSON,
CHRISTIE, CLARK.
No. 14-On Educatzon.
Mr. TRAMMELL, Chairman.
MESSRS. MORGAN, DICKINSON,
MOORE, BUIE,
MATCHES, 'BROAD.

No. 15-On Rjads and Highways.
Mr. MORGAN, Chairman.
MESSRS. MOORE, BROAD,
"GUNN, YON,
HART, O'NEAL.
No. 16-On Legislative Expenses.
Mr. MILTON, Chairman.
MESSRS. TURNBULL, GREEN,
EDWARDS, LAYNE.
VAUGHN, LATHAM.
Vo. 17-On Claims.
Mr. CLARK, Chairman.
MESSRs. TURNBULL, BATES.
BERKELMAN, EDWARDS.
M No. 18-On City and County Organizations.
Mr. JOHNSON of Osceola, Chairman.
MESSRS. CLARK, MOORE,
LATHAM, BARBER,
NORWOOD, TURNBULL,
KNIGHT of Lee, BALTZELL.









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SNo. 19-On Agriculture.

Mr. WILSON, Chairman.
MESSRS. WALKER, ATKINS,
BLITCH of Levy, HALL,
SNOW, RIVES.

No. 20-On Indian Affairs.
Mr. HINS'ON, Chairman.
MESSRS. WHIDDON, WILSON,
ALBURY, HART,
NORWOOD, LEWIS.

No 21-On Post Routes.

"Mr. STAPLER, Chairman.
MESSRS. SAUNDERS, ATKINS,
RAKER, SCOTT.

No. 22-On Appropriations..
Mr. BALTZELL, Chairman.
MESSRS. BUIE, BERKELMAN,
GAINER, McCASKILL.

No. 23-On Fisheries.
Mr. MOORE, Chairman.
MESSRs. DELGADO, VAUGHN,
LAYNE, ALBURY,
O'NEAL, JOHNSTON of Franklin
No. 24-On Temperance.
Mr. CORBETT, Chairman.
MESSRS. ATKINS, BROAD,
EDWARDS, SCOTT,









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INo. 25-On Census and Apportionment.
Mr. J. J. DICKINSON, Chairman.
MESSRs. SMITH of Hamilton, McNEAL,
TOMPKINS, LEWIS.
No. 26-On Rules.
Mr. ROURKE, Chairman.
MESSRS. CLARK, WHIDDON,
KNIGHT of Suwannee, SMITH of Hamilton.
GUNN, SHINE.
No 27.-On Unfinished Business.
Mr. DELGADO, Chairman.
MESSRS. SMITH of Hamilton, WALTON,
SMITH of Jacksori, MORENO.
No.28-On Public Health.
Mr. BLITCH of Marion, Chairman.
MESSRS. CHRISTIE, WILSON,
HAWLEY, HENDRY,
VAUGHN, GUNN,
GREEN, MORENO.
No. 29-On Journal.
Mr. RIVES, Chairman.
MuESSRs. STAPLER, McCASKILL,
YON, LEWIS.
Mr. Turnbull offered the following:
Resolved, That the Committee on Privileges and Elections
be allowed a clerk when the committee deemed it necessary;
Which was read and adopted.
A communication addressed to the Speaker of the House
was received and read and referred to the Committee on Pub-
lic Lands.









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Mr. Berkelman offered Joint Resolution No. 7, proposing an
amendment to Sec. 3, Art. V, of the Constitution;
Which was read and referred the Committee of Judiciary.
Mr. Johnston, of Franklin, offered Concurrent Resolution No.
3, relative to the appointment of a committee to visit the Mili-
tary Institute and make report, which was placed among the
orders of the day.
The roll of counties was called and the following bills were
introduced:
SBy Mr. Bates:
House Bill No. 9:
A bill to be entitled an act making appropriation for the
purchase of, furnishing and repairing an Executive Mansion;.
Which was read by its title the first time and referred to the
Committee on State Institutions.
On motion of Mr. Bates, Hon. Frank Sharon, of Gadsden,
was invited to a seat within the bar of the House.
By Mr. Blitch, of Levy:
House Bill No. 10 :
A bill to be entitled an act prescribing the manner of com-
mencing suits before Justices of the Peace;
Which was read the first time by its title and referred to the
Committee on Judiciary.
By Mr. Walker:
House Bill No. 11:
A bill to. be entitled an act to make the payment of the cap-
itation tax a pre-requisit. for voting;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Committee
on Judiciary.
By Mr. Berkelman:
House Bill No. 12:
A bill to be entitled an act to compel all railroad companies
within this State to build and maintain suitable warehouses;
Which was read the first time by its title and referred to the
Committee on Railroads.
By Mr. Broad:
House Bill No. 13:
A bill to be entitled an act relating to the payment of taxes-
by persons holding mortgages or other liens against real es-
tate,
Was read the first time by its title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Finance ard Taxation.










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By Mr. Morgan:
House Bill No. 14:
A bill to be entitled an act to amend section 72 of chapter
204 of the Laws ot Florida, passed the 27th day of February,
"1875, the same being section 24, chapter 128, McClellan's digest
of the Laws of Florida;
Which was read the first time by its title and referred to the
Committee on Judiciary,
The rules being waived,
Mr.'Mathes offered the following:
That in addition to the present standing committees, that
one be appointed and designated as Committee on Canals, and
that the committee now designated as Committee on Railroads
and Canals be designated as Committee on Railroads and'
Telegraphs;
Which was read and adopted.
House Bill No. 1:
A bill to be entitled an act to provide for the levying of a
capitation or poll tax, and to make the payment of the same
a pre-requisite for voting,
Was read a first time by its title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Claims.
House Bill No. 2:
A bill entitled an act to amend section 51 of an act passed
November 20th, 1828, the same being section 1 of chapter 200
of McClellan's digest of the Laws of Florida, providing for
the execution of last wills and testaments,
Was read the first time by its title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Claims.
HIouse Bill No. 3:
A bill to be entitled an act making it illegal to assign goods
and merchandise for which the assignor is indebted to any
other creditor, than to such creditor as said assignor is in-
debted for said goods and merchandise,
Was read the first time by its title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary.
House Bill No. 4:
A bill to be entitled an act to amend an act entitled An
act to establish the inunicipality of Jacksonville, provide for
its government and prescribe its jurisdiction and powers," ap-
proved May 31st, 1888,
Was read the first time and referred to the Committee on City
and County Organization.
House Bill No. 5:
A hill to be entitled an act in relation to the redemption of
real estate sold under execution, decree, mortgage or deed of
trust,










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Was read the first time and referred to the Committee on
Claims.
House Bill No. 6:
A bill to be entitled an act to provide for the posting of
proposed amendments to the Constitution at the polling
places in the several elective precincts of the State,
Was read the first time and referred to the Committee on
Judiciary.
House Bill No. 7;
A bill to be entitled an act relating to the duties of County
Commissioners of the several counties in this State in refer-
ence to annual financial statements.
SWas read the first time and referred to the Committee on
Judiciary.
House Bill No. 8:
A bill to he entitled an act to provide for placing and keep-
ing in condition the public roads and bridges and the laying
out and construction of the same and the raising of revenue
for that purpose,
Was read the first time by its title and referred to the Com-
mittee on Public Roads and Highways.
On motion, the rules were waived, and Mr. Knight, of Lee,
offered the following :
* Resolved, That the Committee on Judiciary be empowered.
to employ a clerk;
Which was read and adopted.
The Speaker announced that he was called home on busi-
ness and that nominations for Speaker pro tern. were in
order.
Mr. Milton, Jr.. presented the name of HIon. Frank Clark
of Polk, for Spe.ker pro te(n.
Mr. Clark in a few appropriate remarks declined.
Mr. Stapler placed in nomination for Speaker pro tern. of
this House, Hon. A. P. Baskin of Marion.
The roll being called the vote was :
Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Albury, Atkins,.Barber, Balt-
zell, Bates, Berkelman, Blitch of Marion, Blitch of Levy,
Broad, Buie, Corbett, Christie, Clark, Delgado, Dickinson,
Edwards, Farmer, Fillingim, Gainer, Green, Gunn, Hall. Hart,
Hawley, Hendry, Hinson, Jones, Johnston of Franklin, Knight
of Suwannee, Knight of Lee, Latham, Layne, Lewis, Martin,
Mathes, McCaskill, McNeil, Moore, Morgan, Moreno, Milton,









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Jr., O'Neal, Paterson, Raker, Richard, Rives, Rourke, Scott,
Shine, Smith of Jackson, Smith of Hamilton, Snow, Stapler,
Taylor, Tompkins, Trammell, Turnbull, Vaughn, Walker,
Walton, Whidden, Wilson and Yon-64.
Nays-None.
And Hon. A. P. Baskin was declared duly elected Speaker
pro tern.
On motion of Mr. Baltzell,
Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 1 :
Relative to the appointment of a committee to investigate
the affairs of the Comptroller's and Treasurer's offices,
Was read and placed among the orders of the day.
Mr. Baskin offered the following :
That Committee on Railroads and Telegraphs and Com-
mittee on Canal be allowed a clerk jointly ;
Which was read and adopted.
Mr. Milton, Jr, offered the following:
WHEREAS, A good many bills and resolutions have been
offered for the purpose of amending the Constitution of the
State; therefore, be it
Resolved, That a standing committee, to be known as a
Committee on Constitutional Amendments, be appointed;
Which was read and adopted.
Mr. Mathes offered the following:
That the Committee on Public Lands be allowed a clerk;
Which was read and adopted.
On motion of Mr. Blitch, of Levy, the House adjourned un-
til 10 o'clock A. AI. to-morrow.










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THURSDAY, APRIL 4th, 1889.
The House of Representatives met pursuant to adjournment.
Hon. A. P. Baskin, Speaker pro tem,., in the chair.
The roll being called, the following members answered to
their names:
Mr. Baskin, Speaker pro tem., Messrs. Albury, Atkins,
Barber, Baltzell, Bates, Berkelman. Blitch of Marion, Blitch of
Levy, Broad, Buie, Corbett, Christie, Clark, Delgado, Edwards,
Farmer, Fillingim, Gainer, Green, Gunn, Hall, Hart, Hawley,
Hendry, Ilinson, Jones. Johnson of Osceola, Johnston of
Franklin, Knight of Suwannee, Knight of Lee, Latham, Layne,
Lewis, Martin, Mathes, MlcCaskill, Moore, Morgan, Moreno,
Milton .Ir., Norwood, O'Neal. Paterson, Raker, Richard,
Rives, Rourke, Saunders. Scott, Shine, Smith of Jackson,
Smith of Hamilton. Snow. Stapler, Taylor, Tompkins, Tram-
mell, Turnbull, Vaughn, Walker, Walton, Whidden, Wilson
and Yon-65.
A quorum present.
Prayer by the Chapla;n.
Mr. Turnbull offered the following:
1R-oolved, That the reading of the Journal be dispensed with
for the session unless called for;
Which was read and adopted.
The Journal was corrected and approved.
Mr. Knight of Lee, offered the following resolution :
That two hundred copies of the Standing Committees be
printed for the use of members ;
Which was read, and on motion of Mr. Blitch, of Marion,
the resolution was laid on the table
On motion the rules were waived, and Mr. Clark, Chair-
-man of the Committee on Search and Location, made the fol-
lowing report :
HousE OF REPRESENTATIVES, I
TAII.AIHASSE, Fla., April 4, 1889.;
HON. J. L GASKINS,
Speaker of the House of Reprekentatives :
-Sm : Your Committee on Search and Location, to whom
was referred-
The matter of inquiry as to the whereabouts of flon. W. B.
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Saunders of the County of Walton, beg leave to report as fol-
lows, to-wit:
Impressed with a deep sense of the responsibility of our
duty, and fearing that the subject matter of our search had be-
come the victim of circumstances usually surrounding the ad-
vent to power of a new administration, we at once turned our
eyes toward that mecca of political pilgrims, the National
Capital, and through telegraphic dispatches, finally located
him at Live Oak, on his return from his visit to the aforesaid
Capital.
We are delighted to report that we finally brought him into
custody, and now take pleasure in delivering him safe and
sound to this body,
And recommend that he now be sworn in,
And that your committee be discharged.
Very respectfully,
FRANK CLARK, Chairman.
W. H. MILTON. Jr.,
W. S. NORWOOD,
Committee.
Which was read, and on motion, the committee was dis-
charged.
Hon. W. B. Saunders, member-elect from Walton county,
appeared at the bar of the House and was duly sworn in.
Mr. Blitch, of Marion, offered the following:
That Mr. McNeal, of Holmes, be excused from attendance to-
day on account of sickness;
Which was read and adopted.
Mr. Knight, of Lee, offered the following:
Resolved, That the Sergeant-at-Arms be required to furnish
the Judiciary Committee with a copy of the Constitution of
1885, a copy of McClellan's Digest and of the acts of 1883,
1885 and 1887 ;
Which was read and adopted.
A petition signed by J. A. McCrory, of Miami, Dade coun
ty, relative to the illegality of the last general election in Dade
county, was introduced and referred to the Committee on Priv-
ileges and Elections.
Mr. Bates offered the following:
Be it resolved by the General Assembly now in session, That
the use of the Representative Hall be tendered to Professor J.
H. Miller, of Dawson, Ga., and author'of Miller's Business
Arithmetic, at 7:30 o'clock to-morrow night, to address this
Assembly in the interest of his work and also the State ;










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Which was read and referred to the Committee on State In-
stitutions.
Mr. Johnson of Osceola offered the following:
Be it Resolved, That the Committee oli City and County
Organization be allowed to employ a clerk;
Which was read.
The jeas and nays being called for, the roll was called and
the vote was: .
Yeas-Messrs. Albury, Barber, Baltzell, Bates, Berkelman,
Blitch of Levy, Corbett, Christie, Clark, Delgado, Dickinson,
.Edwards, Farmer, Fillingim, Gainer, Green, Gunn, Hall, Hart,
Hawley, Hinson, Jones, Johnson of Osceola, Johnston of
Franklin, Knight of Lee, Latham, Lewis, Mathes, McCaskill,
Moore, Morgan, Moreno, Norwood, O'Neal, Paterson, Richard,
Rives, Rourke. Scott, Shine, Smith of Jackson, Smith of
Hamilton, Stapler, Taylor, Tompkins, Trammell. Turnbull,
Vaughn, Walker, Walton, Whidden and Wilson-52.
Nays-Messrs. Atkins, Blitch of Marion, Buie, Hendry,
Knight of Suwannee, Layne, Martin, Milton, Jr., Raker, Snow
and Yon-11.
So the resolution was adopted.
Mr. Shine offered the following :
WHEREAS, From present prospects before this House there
are a great many persons expecting clerkships from the differ-
ent committees ; therefore, be it
Resolved, That all clerks employed by committees be paid
the sum of three dollars per day for the time they are actually
engaged in the discharge of such committee work;
Which was read.
Mr. Milton, Jr., moved its adoption.
.Mr. Turnbull moved to lay the motion to adopt on the table;
Which was not agreed to.
On motion, the resolution was referred to the Committee on
Legislative Expenses.
Mr. Morgan offered the following :
Resolve(, That all committees of this House, be entitled to
the services of clerical aid whenever the same becomes neces-
sary and that the pay of such clerks shall not be allowed ex-
cept when they are actually engaged in clerical work;
Which was read, and on motion was referred to the Com-
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The roll of counties being called, the following bills were
introduced:
By Mr. Rives:
House Bill No. 15:
A bill to be entitled an act to regulate the appointment of
Inspectors of Elections and to define their powers. Also, for
the establishment of polling places at the different precincts
in each county;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Committee
on Privileges and Elections.
By Mr. Rives
House Bill No. 16:
A bill to be entitled an act to make the payment of a capi-
tation tax a prerequisite to the right to vote and to provide
for the disposition of funds arising therefrom ;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Committee
on Privileges and Elections.
By Mr Snow:
House Bill No. 17 :
A bill to be entitled an act to organize a County Court in
and for Hernando county;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Committee
on Judiciary.
By Mr. Blitch, of Levy :
House Bill No. 18:
A bill to be entitled an act providing for the maintenance
of the public roads and highways in this State and for the con-
struction and repair of bridges therein ;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Commit-
tee on Public Roads and Highways.
By Mr. Blitch, of Marion:
House Bill No. 19:
A bill to be entitled an act to create County Boards of Health
in and for the several counties of the State of Florida;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Commit-
tee on Public Health.
By Mr. Blitch, of Marion:
House Bill No. 20 :
A bill to be entitled an act to establish a uniform system of
Common Schools and High Schools;
Which was read the first time andreferred to the Committee
on Education.
By Mr. Moreno:
House Bill No. 21:









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A bill to be entitled an act relative to the Practice of Medi-
cine and Surgery ;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Committee
on Public Health.
By Mr. Paterson:
House Bill No. 22:
A bill to be entitled an act making the payment of a capi-
tation tax a prerequisite for voting;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Commit-
tee on Privileges and Elections.
By Mr. Morgan:
House Bill No. 23:
A bill to be entitled an act prescribing certain duties
herein mentioned to be performed by railroad conductors on
arrival of, trains at stations and stopping places, and provid-
ing a penalty for failure in performing such duties;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Committee
on Railroads.
By Mr. Morgan:
House Bill No. 24:
A bill to be entitled an act to provide for married women'
prosecuting and defending their right and title to their sepa-
rate property in the courts of law of this State in any cause
where their husbands are absent or refuse to join them, in the
same manner as if they were sole;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Com-
mittee on Judiciary.
By Mr. Broad:
House Bill No. 25:
A bill to be entitled an act to prescribe the duties of regis-
trars of deeds in relation to the recording of plats, deeds and
other conveyances of real estate;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Commit-
tee on Judiciary.
By Mr. Corbett:
House Bill No. 26 :
A bill to be entitled an act to incorporate the city of New
Augustine';
Which was read the first time and referred to the Committee
on Corporations.
By Mr. Green:
House Bill No. 27 :
A Bill to be entitled an act to amend an act incorporating
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Which was read the first time and referred to the Committee
on Corporations.
On motion of Mr. Milton, Jr., Hon. J. 11. McKinne and
Hon. R. G. Gamble were invited to seats within the bar of the
House.
On motion of Mr. Shine, Hon. H. Seagrave Adams was in-
vited to a seat within the bar of the House.
The following message from the Senate was taken up:
SENATE CHAMBER,
TALLAIASSEE, Fla., April 3, 1889. )
HIoN. J. L. GASKINS,
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 Concurrent Resolution No. 4:
Relating to the appointment of a committee of two from
Senateand three from House, to examine ihe records and ac-
counts of the Land Office;
And that Messrs. Rosborough and Dunn are appointed a,
committee on part of the Senate to act with the committee
from the House;
And respectfully ask that the House concur therein.
Very respectfully,
C. A. FINLEY.
,Secretary of the Senate.
Mr. Saunders moved that the House do not concur in Senate
Concurrent Resolutioni No. 4.
Mr. Milton, Jr., moved to lay the motion of Mr. Saunders
on the table;
"Which was agreed to.
Mr. Gunn moved that the House do concur in Senate Con -
current Resolution No. 4.
The roll being called the vote was :
Messrs. Albury, Atkins, Barber, Baltzell, Baskin, Bates,
Berkelman, Blitch of Marion, Blitch of Levy, Broad, Buie,
Corbett, Christie, Clark, Delgado, Dickinson, Edwards,
Farmer, Fillingim, Gainer, Green, Gunn, Hall, Hart. Hawley,
Hendry, Hinson, Jones, Johnston of Franklin, Knight of
Suwannee, Knight of Lee, Latham, Layne, Lewis, Martin,
Mathes, McCaskill, Moore, Morgan, Moreno, Milton, Jr., Nor-
wood, O'Neal, Paterson, Raker, Richard, Rives, Rourke,
Saunders, Scott, Shine, Smith of Hamilton, Snow, Stapler,








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Taylor, Tompkins, Trammell, Turnbull, Vaughn, Walker,
Walton, Whidden, Wilson and Yon-64.
Nays-None.
So the House concurred in the resolution and was ordered
certified to the Senate.
The Speaker pro ter. appointed as such committee Messrs.
Gunn, Morgan and Norwood on the part of the House.
The following message from the Senate was taken up:
SENATE CHAMBER,
TA&LLAHASSEE, Fla., April 3, 1889.
HON. J. L. GASKINS,
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 Concurrent Resolution No. 1 :
Relating to appointment of a committee of both Houses to
investigate the Treasurer's and Comptroller's accounts and
books,
And respectfully ask the concurrence of the House of Rep-
sentatives therein.
Very respectfully,
C. A. FINLEY,
Secretary of the Senate.
Mr. Baltzell moved that the House do concur in Senate Res-
solution No. 1.
The roll being called on the adoption of Senate Concurrent
Resolution No. 1, the vote was :
Yeas-Messrs. Albury, Atkins, Barber, Baltzell, Baskin,
Bates, Berkelman, Blitch of Marion, Blitch of Levy, Broad,
Buie, Corbett, Christie, Clark, Delgado, Dickinson, Edwards,
Farmer, Fillingim, Gainer, Green, Hall, Hart, Hawley, Hen-
dry, Hinson, Jones, Johnston of Franklin, Knight of Suwan-
nee, Knight of Lee, Latham, Layne, Lewis, Maitin, Mathes,
McCaskill, Moore, Morgan, Moreno, Milton, Jr., Norwood
O'Neal, Paterson, Ralker, Richard, Rives, Rourke, Saunders
Scott, Shine, Smith of Hamilton, Snow, Stapler, Taylor, Tomp
kins, Trammell, Vaughn, Walker, Walton, Whidden, Wilson
and Yon-62.
Nays-None.
So the resolution passed and was ordered certified to the
Senate.
The Speaker pro ter. appointed on such committee Messrs.
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The Speaker pro temr announced the following standing
committees:
Committee on Constitutional Amendments.
Mr. MI [TON, Chairman.
MESSRs. CLARK, SHINE,
RIVES, LATHAM,
MORGAN, TURNBULL.
Committee on Canals.
Mr. WALTON, Chairman.
MESSRs. NORWOOD, CORBETT,
McCASKILL, LAYNE,
HENDRY, ALBURY,
JOHNSON of Osceola, GREEN.
The rules being waived, Mr. Morgan offered--
Concurrent Resolution No. 3:
Relative to requesting the Secretary of State to make re-
port as to land grants to railroads that have failed to comply
with conditions of grant;
Which was read and placed among the orders of the day.
House Concurrent Resolution No. O as follows:
Be it resolved by the House of Rcpresentatives, the Senate
concurring, That a committee of five, three from the House
of Representatives and two from the Senate, be appointed
respectively by the Speaker of the House of Representatives
and the President of the Senate, to visit the State Agricul-
tural College at Lake City, and inquire into its status, and
make such report as they, in their judgment, deem proper,
Was read.
Mr. Milton, Jr., moved the adoption of the resolution.
Mr. Jones offered the following amendment :
Amend as follows: Strike out five from the House and
insert seven from the House, also strike out three from the
Senate and insert five from the Senate.
Mr. Buie moved the adoption of the amendment.
Mr. Milton, Jr, moved to lay the amendment on the table ;
Which was agreed to.
The vote recurring on the adoption of the resolution, the
roll was called and the vote was:
Yeas-Messrs. Albury, Atkins, Barber, Baltzell, Baskin,
Bates, Berkelman, Blitch of Levy, Broad, Buie, Corbett,
Christie, Clark, Delgado, Dickinson, Edwards, Farmer, Fil-
lingim, Gainer, Green, Gunn, Hall, Hart, Hawley, Hendry,
Hinson, Jones, Johnson of Osceola, Johnston of Franklin,









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Knight of Suwannee, Latham, Layne, Lewis, Mathes,
McCaskill, Moore, Morgan, Moreno, Milton. Jr., Nor-
wood, O'Neal, Paterson, Raker, Richard, Rives, Rourke,
Saunders, Scott, Shine, Smith of Jackson, Smith of Hamilton,
Snow, Stapler, Taylor, Tompkins, Trammell, Vaughn, Walker,
Walton, Whidden, Wilson.and Yon.-62.
Nays-Blitch of Marion.-1.
So the resolution passed and was ordered certified to the
Senate.
House Concurrent Resolution No. 1, relative to appoint-
ment of committee to visit the State Prison and Insane Asy-
lum at Chattahoochee, and report upon condition and man-
agement of same.
Was read.
On motion of Mr. Milton, Jr., the resolution was laid on the
table.
House Joint Resolution No. 4 :
Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State
of Florida,
Was read and referred to the Committee on Constitutional
Amendments.
House Concurrent Resolution No. 2:
Relative to appointment of a committee to investigate and
report as to condition of convicts of the State,
Was read.
Mr. Milton moved the adoption of the resolution.
The roll being called on the adoption of the resolution, the
vote was:
Yeas-Messrs. Albury, Atkins, Barber, Baltzell, Baskin,
Bates, Berkelman, Blitch of Marion, Blitch of Levy, Broad,
Buie, Corbett, Christie, Clark, Delgado, Dickinson, Edwards,
Farmer, Fillingim, Gainer, Green, Gunn, Hall, Hart, Hawley,
Hendry, Hinson, Jones, Johnson of Osceola, Johnston of
Franklin, Knight of Suwannee, Knight of Lee, Latham,
Layne, Lewis, Mathes, McCaskill, Moore, Morgan, Moreno,
Milton, Jr., Norwood, O'Neal, Paterson, Raker, Richard,
Rives, Rourke, Saunders, Scott, Shine, Smith of Jackson,
Smith of Hamilton, Snow, Stapler, Taylor, Tompkins, Tram-
mell, Turnbull, Vaughn, Walker, Walton, Whiddon, Wilson
and Yon.- 65.
Nay's-None.
So the re-olution passed, and was ordered certified to the
Senate.
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House Concurrent Resolution No. 3:
Relative-to the appointment of a committee to visit the
Military Institute and make report,
Was read.
Mr. Johnston, of Franklin, moved the adoption of the reso-
lution.
The roll being called the vote was:
Yeas-Messrs. Albury, Atkins, Barber, Baltzell, Baskin,
Bates, Berkelm;n, Broad, Buie, Corbett, Christie, Clark, Del-
gado, Dickinson, Farmer, Fillingim, Green, Gunn, Hall, Hart,
Hawley, Hinson, Jones, Johnson of Osceola, Johnston of
Franklin, Knight of Suwannee, Knight of Lee, Latham, Layne,
McCaskill, Moore, Morgan, Moreno, Norwood, O'Neal, Raker,
Richard, Rives, Rourke. Shine, Smith of Jackson, Smith of
Hamilton, Snow, Stapler, Tompkins, Trammell, Wilson and
Yon-48.
Nays-Messrs. Blitch of Marion, Blitch of Levy, Gainer,
Hendry, Martin, Mathes, Milton, Jr., Saunders, Turnbull and
Walker-10.
So the resolution was passed, and was ordered certified to
the Senate.
Mr. Clark moved that the rules be waived for a recunsidera-
tion of the votetaken, by which House Concurrent Resolution
No. 3 passed.
Mr. Saunders moved to lay the motion of Mr. Clark to waive
the rules on the table.
"The. yeas and nays being called for on tabling of the motion
to waive the rules, the roll was called and the vote was :
Yeas--Messrs. Albury, Barber, Baltzell, Bates, Berkelhnan,
Broad, Corbett, Delgado, Dickinson, Green, Hawley, Jones,
Johnston of Franklin, Lewis, McCaskill, Moore, Moreno,
Saunders, Scott, Smith of Hamilton, Stapler, Whildon and
Wilson-25.
Nays-Messrs. Atkins, Baskin, Bli ch of Marion, Blitch of
Levy, Buie, Christie, Clark, Edwards, Farmer, Fillingim,
Gainer, Gunn, Hall, Hendry, Hinson, Knight of Suwannee,
Knight of Lee, Latham, Martin, Mathes, Morgan, Milton, Jr.,
Norwood, O'Neal, Richard, Rives, Shine, Smith of Jackson,
Snow, Taylor, Tompkins, Trammell, Turnbull, Walker and
Walton-37.
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Mr. Saunders moved that the House do now adjourn until
three o'clock P. M. to day;
Which was not agreed to.
Mr. Richard moved to postpone further consideration of
House Concurrent Resolution No. 3 until 10 o'clock A. M. to-
morrow;
Which was agreed to, and the resolution was made a special
order for 10 o'clock A. M. to-morrow.
Mr. Saunders moved that the House do now adjourn;
Which was agreed to, and the House adjourned .until three
o'clock P. M. to-day.


THREE O'CLOCK P. M.
The House of Representatives met pursuant to adjourn-
ment.
lion. A. P. Baskin, Speaker pro temn., in the chair.
The roll being called, the following members answered to
their names :
Messrs. Albury, Atkins, Barber, Baltzell, Baskin, Bates, Ber-
kelman, Blitch of Marion, Blitch of Levy, Broad, Buie, Corbett,
Christie, Clark, Delgado, Dickinson, Edwards, Farmer, Fillin-
gim, Gainer, Green, Gunn, Hall, Hart, Hawley, Hendry, Hin-
son, Jones, Johnson of Osceola, Johnston of Franklin, Knight
of Suwannee, Knight of Lee, Latham, Layne, Lewis, Martin,
Mathes, McCaskill. McNeil, Moore, Morgan, Moreno, Milton,
Jr., Norwood,O'Neal, Paterson, Raker, Richard,'Rives, Rourke,
Saunders, Scott, Shine, Smith of Jackson, Smith of Hamilton,
Snow, Stapler, Taylor, Tompkins, Trammell, Turnbull, Vaughn,
Walker, Walton, Whiddon, Wilson and Yon-67.
A quorum present.
House Joint Resolution No. 5:
Relative to the appointment of a Joint Committee to visit
the Insane Asylum,
Was read.
Mr. Barber moved the adoption of the resolution.
Mr. Morgan offered the following amendment to the resolu-
tion:
Amend by striking out 5 in the House and 3 in-the Senate
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Which was read, and on motion of Mr. Wilson the amend-
ment was laid on the table.
Mr. Broad offered the following amendment to the resolu-
tion:
Amend by making the committee to consist of two from
the House and one from the Senate;"
Which was read, and on motion of Mr. Wilson the amend-
ment was laid on the table.
The vote recurring on the adoption of the resolution the
roll was called and the vote was :
Yeas-Messrs. Albury, Atkins, Barber, Baltzell, Baskin,
Bates, Berkelman, Blitch of Levy, Corbett, Christie, Clark,
Delgado, Dickinson, Edwards, Farmer, Fillingim, Gunn, Hall,
Hinson, Jones, Johnson (f Osceola, Johnston of Franklin,
Knight of Lee, Latham, Lewis, McCaskill, Moore, Moreno,
Norwood, O'Neal, Paterson, Raker, Richard, Rives, Rourke,
Scott, Shine, Smith of Jackson, Smith of Hamilton, Snow,
Stapler, Taylor, Tompkins, Trammell, Vaughn, Walker, Wal-
ton, Whiddon, Wilson and Yon-50.
Nays-Messrs. Blitch of Marion, Buie, Broad, Gainer, Green,
Hawley, Hendry, Knight of Suwannee, Layne, Martin, Mathes,
McNeil, Morgan, Milton, Jr., Saunders and Turnbull-16.
So the resolution passed and was ordered certified to the
Senate.
On motion of Mr. Walton the rules were waived by a two-
thirds majority and Mr. Mathes offered the following:
Resolved, That in view of the fact that it costs quite a sum
of noney to meet the expenses incurred in the visit of commit-
tees to various parts of the State; therefore be it
Resolved, That no more visiting committees will be ap-
pointed until a necessity for the same be shown ;
Which was read.
Mr. Paterson moved the adoption of the resolution.
Mr. Moore moved that the resolution be laid on the table;
Which was agreed to.
On motion the rules were waived by a two-thirds majority,
and Mr. Layne offered the following:
Resolved, That a committee of three be appointed to inform
the Governor and the Senate that lion. A. P. Baskin has been
elected Speaker pro tem. of the House of Representatives in
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Which was read and adopted, and Messrs. Layne, Turnbull
and Shine were appointed as such committee.
On motion the rules were waived by a two-thirds majority,
and Mr. Saunders offered the following:
Resolved, That since it seems to be the desire of this House
of Representatives to send committees all over the State,
composed of large numbers; now, with a view to economize,
owing to the impoverished condition of our State Treasury,
as set forth in the message of our Governor, be it:
Resolved, That all committees composed of more than three
members from this body pay their own expenses;
Which was read, and on motion of Mr. Stapler, the resolu-
tion was laid on the table.
The committee appointed to wait on the Governor and
Senate and notify them of the election of a Speaker pro tem.,
returned after a few minutes and reported that. they had dis-
charged their duty and asked to be discharged, and the com-
mittee was discharged.
House Joint Resolution No. 6:
Relative to appointment of a committee to investigate and
report upon the welfare and treatment of the convicts,
Was read, and Mr. Blitch, of Levy, asked to withdraw the
resolution;
Which was granted.
Mr. Johnson, of Osceola, Chairman of the Committee on
City and:County Organizations, made the following report:
HousE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
TALLAIASSEE, Fla., April 4, 1889.j
HON. J. L. GASKINS,
Speaker of the House of Representatives:
SIR: Your Committee on City and County Organizations,
to whom was referred-
SHouse Bill No. 4:
Have had the same under consideration and recommend it
do pass.
Very respectfully,
R. JOHNSON,
Chairman Committee.
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Mr. Johnson, of Osceola, moved that the rules be waived
and House Bill No. 4 be placed upon its second reading.
On motion of Mr. Farmer, Hon. H. B. Coulter was invited
to a seat within the bar of the House.
On motion of Mr. Walton, Hon. G. M. Mathes was invited
to a seat within the bar of the House.
Mr. Rourke moved that House Bill No. 4 be laid on the
table and that 200 copies of same be printed.
Mr. Moore called the previous question.
Upon the question, shall the main question be now put, the
vote was for the previous question, so the main question was
ordered.
The main question being put, shall the bill be placed upon
its second reading,
It was agreed to, and the bill was placed on its second read-
ing.
Mr. Shine moved that 11 o'clock A. M. to-morrow be made
a special hour for the consideration of House Bill No. 4.
Mr. Johnson of Osceola, moved to lay the motion of Mr.
Shine on the table.
The yeas and naysbeing called for the vote was:
Yeas-Messrs. Barber, Baltzell, Blitch 9f Marion, Blit-h
of Levy, Corbe;t, Clark, Edwards, Farmer, Fillingim. Hall,
Hinson, Johnson of Osceola, Latham, Moore, Norwood, O'Neal,
Paterson, Richard, Trammell, Vaughn, Walker, Walton, and
Whiddon- 23.
Nays--Albury, Atkins, Baskin, Bates, Berkelman, Broad,
Buie, Christie, Delgado, Dickinson, Gainer, Green, Gunn, Hart,
Hawley, Hendry, Jones, Johnston of Franklin, Knight of
Suwannee, Knight of Lee, Layne, Lewis, Martin, McOaskill,
Morgan, Moreno, Milton, Jr., Raker, Rives, Rourke, Saun-
ders, Scott, Shine, Smith of Jackson, Smith of Hamil-
ton, Snow, Stapler, Taylor, Tompkins, Turnbull, Wilson and
Yon-42.
So the motion to lay on the table was lost.
The vote recurring on the motion of Mr. Shine to make 11
o'clock A. M. the special hour for the consideration of House
Bill No. 4;
It was so ordered and said bill was made the special order
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On motion of AMr. Saunders lion. W: E. IHolden, of Orange,
was invited to a seat within the bar of the House.
On motion the rules were waived and Mr. Clark, Chairman
of the Committee on Claims. made the following report:

IIOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., Apl. 4, 1889.
HON. J. L. GASKINS,
""!" "' ':;of the IHIou..e of Ren)pesolntatives :
SIR: Your Committee on Claims, to whom was referred,
House Bills Nos. 1, 2 and 5.
Beg leave to report same back to the House without action,
and to recommend that the said bills be referred to their ap-
propriate Committees.

Very respectfully,
FRANK CLARK,
Chairman Committee.
Which was read and louse Bills Nos. 2 and 5 were referred
to the Committee on Judiciary, and House Bill No. 1 to the
Committee on Privileges and Elections.
On motion of Mr. Paterson, the rules were waived by a two-
thirds majority for the introduction of a bill.
By Mr. Paterson:
House Bill No. 28 :
A bill to be entitled an act for tlie assessment and collection
of revenue ;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Committee
on Finance and Taxation.
The rules being waived by a two-thirds majority,
Mr. Mathes ufiered the following:
Resolved, That hereafter all bills on first reading shall be
read by the title only, until otherwise ordered by the House.
Which was read and adopted.
On motion of Mr. Blitch, of Marion, the rules were again
waived by a two-thirds majority for the introduction'of a bill.
By Mr. Blitch, of Marion:











House Bill No. 29: A bill to be entitled an act to legalize
the town government of the town of Evinston.
l Which was read the first time and referred to the Committee
on City and County Organization.
Mr. Turnbull offered.the following:
Resolved, That all communications presented to this House
to Hon. J. L. Gaskins, be changed to Hon. A. P. Baskin,
Speaker pro tem., instead of the Speaker;
Which was read and adopted.
On motion of Mr. Farmer the rules were again waived by a
two-thirds majority for the introduction of a bill.
By Mr. Farmer:
House Bill No. 30:
A hill to be entitled an act to prevent the erecting or main-
taining barbed wire fences within the corporate limits of towns
or cities;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Committee
on Agriculture.
On motion of Mr. Christie, the rules were again waived by a
two-thirds majority for the introduction of a bill.
By Mr. Christie:
House Bill No. 31:
A bill to be entitled an act to regulate the practice of medi-
cine and to provide for the appointment of a Board of Medical
Examiners in the State of Florida;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Committee
on Public Health.
On motion of Mr. Vaughn, the House adjourned until 10
o'clock A. M. to-morrow.









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FRIDAY, APRIL 5TH, 1889:

The House of Representatives met pursuant to adjourn-
ment.
Hon. A. P. Baskin, Speaker pro ter., in the chair.
The roll being called, the following members answered to
their names :
Messrs. Albury, Atkins, Barber, Baltzell, Baskin, Bates,
Berkelman, Blitch of Marion, Blitch of Levy, Broad, Buie, Cor-
bett, Christie, Clark, Delgado, Dickinson, Edwards, Farmer,
Fillingim. Gainer, Green, Gunn, Hall, Hart, Hawley, Hendry,
Hinson. Jones, Johnson of Osceola, Johnston of Franklin,
Knight of Suwannee, Knight of Lee, Latham, Layne, Lewis,
Martin. Mathes, McCaskill, McNeil, Moore, Morgan, Moreno,
Milton, Jr., Noi wood, O'Neal, Paterson, Raker, Richard, Rives,
Rourke, Saunders, Scott, Shine, Smith of Jackson, Smith of
Hamilton, Snow, Stapler, Taylor, Tompkins, Trammell, Turn-
bull, Vaughn, Walker, Walton, Whiddon, Wilson and Yon-67.
A quorum present.
Prayer by the Chaplain.
The Journal was corrected and approved.
On motion of Mr. Bates, Mr. Hinson of Gadsden was ex-
cused until Monday morning at 10 o'clock
Mr. Milton, Jr., offered Concurrent Resolution No. 5 :
Relative to the expenses of committees appointed by the
Senate and House ;
Which was read and placed among the orders of the day.
Mr. Blitch, of Marion, offered the following:
Resolved, That the Secretary of State be requested to fur-
nish the chairman of each committee of this -louse of Repre-
sentatives wi .h a copy of McClellan'. Digest of the Laws of
Florida for use during the present session;
Which was read.
Mr. Morgan moved the adoption of the resolution.
Mr. Walton offered the following amendment:
And that all subsequent acts of the Legislature, with a copy
of the Constitution of 1885;
Which was read, accepted and, on motion, the resolution, as
amended, was adopted.
Mr. Richard offered the following :
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Be it Resolved, That the Committee on Finance and Taxa-
tion be allowed to employ a clerk when needed ;
Which was read, and on motion of Mr. Stapler was adopted.
Mr. Broad offered Joint Resolution No. 8, referring to the
powers of visiting committees to State institutions;
Which was read and placed among the orders of the day.
.Mr. Berkelman offered the following:
"Resolved, That the Sergeant-at-Arms be and he is hereby
instructed to wait upon the proper State officer at the Capitol
and request him to forthwith cause the placing into a proper
condition of the small wooden building near the old hotel
lot," and to see that the same is kept in good order, at least
during the session of the Legislature;
Which was read, and on motion of Mr. Turnbull was adopted.
Mr. Trammell offered the following:
Resolved, That the Committee on Education be authorized
to employ a clerk, if clerical aid is by it decided necessary ;
Which was read, and on motion was adopted.
Mr. Blitch, of Marion, offered the following:
WHEREAS, Much valuable time is lost and much confusion
produced by invitations being extended to distinguished visit-
ors to seats on the floor of the I louse; therefore be it
Resolved, That the extension of such invitations in future
be left to the discretion of the members of the House;
Which was read.
Mr. Blitch moved its adoption.
Mr. Walton moved to lay the resolution on the table -
Which was agreed to, and the resolution was laid on the
table.
The roll of counties being called the following bills were
introduced:
By Mr. Barber:
House Bill No. 32:
A bill to be entitled an act to regulate the sale of fertilizers
and appoint a State Chemist;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Committee
on Agriculture.
By Mr. Johnston, of Franklin:
House Bill No. 33:
A bill to be entitled an act to regulate the publication and
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Which was read the first time and referred to the Committee
on Finance and Taxation.
By Mr. Bates:
House Bill No. 34 :
A bill to be entitled an act for the relief of Rev. John W.
Posten, of Gadsden county, Florida ;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Committee
on Claims.
By Mr. Mathes:
House Bill No. 35 :
A bill to be entitled an act to adopt Mazelle Royal and
change.her name to Mazelle Royal Winpigler;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Committee
on Judiciary.
By Mr. Turnbull:
House Hill No. 36:
A bill to be entitled an act for the protection and preserva-
tion of game in the State of Florida ;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Committee
on Agriculture.
By Mr. Blitch, of Levy :
House Bill No. 37 :
A bill to be entitled an act to amend Section 1 of an act to
provide for and regulate the payment of costs and expenses in
certain cases of criminal prosecutions by the State, approved
June 7th, 1887. and designated as chapter 3702;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Commit-
tee on Judiciary.
By Mr. Blitch, of Levy :
louse Bill No. 38 :
A bill to be entitled an act to increase the pay per diem of
jurors in the Circuit Courts;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Committee
on Judiciary.
By Mr. Blitch, of Levy:
House Bill No. 39:
A bill to be entitled an act to provide an annuity for dis-
abled soldiers and sailors of the State of Florida ;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Commit-
tee on Claims.
Bs, Mr. Blitch of Marion:
B ,use Bill No. 40:
A bill to be entitled an act for the protection of game and
wild birds;
Which was read the first time by its title and referred to
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By Mr. Blitch ot Marion:
House Bill No. 41:
A bill to be entitled an act to prevent the netting of quail,
in the State of Florida;
Which was read the first time by its title and referred to
the Committee on Agriculture.
By Mr. O'Neal:
House Bill No. 42:
A bill to be entitled an act making it the duty of the grand
jurors to appoint a committee to examine the books of the
county officers in the several counties in this State and pro-
vide for tile payment of expenses incurred therein;
Which was read the first time by its title and referred to-
the Committee on Judiciary.
By Mr. Layne:
House Bill No. 43 :
A bill to be entitled an act to prevent Boards of County
Commissioners, town and city councils from letting contracts
to its ownl members ;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Commit-
tee on City and County Organization.
By Mr. Morgan:
House Bill No. 44:
A bill to be entitled an act to amend section 2 of an act
passed on the fourth day of December, 1862. the same being
section 2 of chapter 1327 of the Laws of Florida;
Which was read the first time by its title and referred to-
the Committee on Judiciary.
By Mr. Berkelman:
House Bill No. 45 :
A bill to be entitled an act empowering collectors of
revenue to correct the returns of county assessors;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Committee
on Finance and Taxation.
By Mr. Atkins:
House Bill No. 46:
A bill to be entitled an act to provide for county boards of
health in and for the several counties of the State of Florida,
and to define their powers and penalties;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Committee
on Public Health.
By Mr. Atkins:
House Bill No. 47 :









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A bill to be entitled an act to protect and preserve the game
birds and animals of the State of Florida;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Commit-
-tee on Agriculture.
The hour of 10 o'clock having arrived and House Concur-
rent Resolution No. 3 being the special order for this hour,
the resolution was taken up.
Mr. Johnston asked to withdraw House Concurrent Resolu-
tion No. 3, and, on motion of Mr. Shine, House Concurrent
Resolution No. 3 was withdrawn.
REPORTS OF STANDING COMMITTEES.
The roll of committees being called,
Mr. Knight, of Lee, Chairman of Committee on Judiciary,
,made the following reports :
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., April 5, 1889.
HON. A. P. BASKIN,
Speaker pro ter. of the House of Representatives :
SIR-Your Committee on Judiciary, to whom was referred-
House Bill No. 14:
To be entitled an act to amend Section 72, of Chapter 204,
.of the Laws of Florida, passed the 27th day of February, 1875,
the same being section 24, Chapter 128, McClellan's Digest of
the Laws of Florida,
Beg leave to report that they have duly considered the same
:and recommend that it do pass.
Very respectfully,
P. O. KNIGHT,
Chairman Committee.
Also the following :
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., April 5th, 1889.
HON. A. P. BASKIN,
Speaker pro ter. of the House of Representatives :
SIR: Your Committee on Judiciary, to whom was re-
ferred-
House Bill No. 6 :
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Amendments to the Constitution at the polling places in the
several election precincts of the Slate ; also,
House Bill No. 10 :
To be entitled an act prescribing the manner of commenc-
ing suits before Justices of the Peace; also.,
House Bill No. 25 :
To be entitled an act prescribing the duties of Registers of
Deeds in relation to the recording of plats, deeds and other
conveyances of real estate,
Beg leave to report that they have examined said bills and
recommend that they do not pass.
Very respectfully,
P. O. KNIGHT,
Chairman Committee.
Which were read and the accompanying bills were placed'
with other bills on their second reading.
Mr. Clark moved that 200 copies of each bill reported by the-
Committee on Judiciary be printed for the use of members of
this House;
Which was agreed to.
Mr. Richard, chairman of Committee on Finance and Taxa-
tion, made the following report:
HousE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., April 5th, 1889.
HON. A. P. BASKIN,
Speaker pro ter. of the House of Representatives:
SIR: Your Committee on Finance and Taxation, to whom,
was referred-
House Bill No. 13,
Have had the same under consideration, and beg leave to re-
port the same back to the House and to recommend that the-
same do pass with the following amendment, to-wit: Amend
by inserting after word may" in line 3 of section 1, the words-
" within the time provided by law for the redemption of lands
sold for taxes, be allowed to."
Very respectfully,
J. C. RICHARD,
Chairman Committee.
Which was read and the accompanying bill was placed with-
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Mr. Blitch, of Levy, Chairman of Committee on Corpora-
tions, made the following report:
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
TALLLAHASSEE, Fla., April 5th, 1889.
HON. A. P. BASKIN,
Speaker pro ter. of the House of Representatives :
SIR: Your Committee on Corporations, to whom was re--
ferred-
House Bill No. 26,
Beg leave to report that we have examined the same and re-
commend that it do pass.
Very respectfully,
N. A. BLITOH,
Chairman Committee.
Which was read and the accompanying bill placed with other
bills on its second reading.
Mr. Christie, Chairman of Committee on State Institutions,
made the following report:
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., April 5th, 1889.
HON. A. P. BASKIN,
Speaker pro ter. of the Hoase of Representatives :
SIR: Your Committee on State Institutions, to whom was
referred-
Resolution No. introduced by Mr. Bates of Gadsden,
Beg leave to report that they have examined the same and
recommend that it do pass.
Very respectfully,
E. CHRISTIE, Chairman.
F. M. ATKINS,
G. P. JONES,
J. W. O'NEAL,
J. R. TOMPKINS,
Committee.
Which was read.
Mr. Wilson, chairman of the Committee on Agriculture,
made the following report:
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., April 5, 1889.
HON. A. P. BASKIN,
Speaker pro tern. of the House of Representatives :
SIR: Your Committee on Agriculture, to whom was
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House Bill No. 30, beg leave to report same back without
action.
Respectfully,
E. A. WILSON,
Chairman.
Which was read, and the accompanying bill was referred to
the Committee on City and County Organization.
The hour of 11 o'clock having arrived, being the special
hour for the consideration of House Bill No. 4, said bill was
taken up.
Mr. Turnbull moved a recommittal of House Bill No. 4.
Mr. Moore moved to lay the motion to recommit on the
table.
The yeas and nays were called for on the motion to table.
Mr. Saunders moved that the House do now adjourn.
The yeas and nays being called for on the motion to ad-
journ, the roll was called and the vote was :
Yeas-Messrs. Berkelman, Broad, Green, Hawley, Knight
of Suwannee, Knight of Lee, Lewis, McNeil, Moreno, Saun-
ders and Scott- 11.
Nays-Messrs. Albury, Atkins, Barber, Baltzell, Baskin,
Blitch of Marion, Blitch of Levy, Buie, Corbett, Christie,
Clark, Delgado, Dickinson, Edwards, Farmer, Fillingim,
Gainer, Gunn, Hall, Hendry, Jones, Johnson of Osceola,
Johnston of Franklin, Latham, Layne, Martin, Mathes, Mc-
Caskill, Moore, Morgan, Milton, Jr., Norwood, O'Neal, Pater-
son, Raker, Richard, Rives, Rourke, Shine, Smith of Jackson,
Smith of Hamilton, Snow, Stapler, Taylor, Tompkins, Tram-
mel, Turnbull, Vaughn, Walker, Walton, Whiddon, Wilson
and Yon-54.
So the motion to adiourn was lost.
The vote recurring on the motion to table the motion to re-
commit, the roll was called, and the vote was:
Yeas-Messrs. Albury, Barber, Baltzell, Bates, Blitch of
Marion, Blitch of Levy, Corbett, Christie, Clark, Delgado,
Dickinson, Edwards, Farmer, Fillingim, Gainer, Gunn, Hall,
Hart, Johnson of Osceola, Johnston of Franklin, Mathes,
Moore, Norwood, O'Neal, Paterson, Raker, Richard, Rives,
Smith of Hamilton, Snow, Stapler, Taylof, Tompkins, Tram-
mell, Vaughn, Walker, Walton, Whidden and Yon-39.
Nays-Messrs. Atkins, Baskin, Berkelman, Broad, Buie,
Green, Hawley, Hendry, Knight of Suwannee, Knight of Lee,









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Latham, Layne, Lewis, Martin, McCaskill, McNeil, Morgan,'
Moreno, Milton, Jr., Rourke, Saunders, Scott, Shine, Smith of
Jackson, Turnbull and Wilson-27.
So the motion to table the motion to recommit was agreed
to, and the motion to recommit was tabled.
Mr. Hawley moved that the House do now adjourn.
The vote being taken, a division was called for and the mo-
tion to adjourn was lost.
Mr. Saunders moved that the House go into Committee of
the whole for the consideration of House Bill No. 4.
Mr. Johnson, of Osceola, moved to lay the motion of Mr.
Saunders on the table.
The yeas an d nays being called for, the roll was called and.
the vote was:
Yeas-Messrs. Albury, Barber, Baltzell, Bates, Blitch of Ma-
rion, Blitch of Levy, Corbett, Christie, Clark, Delgado, Dickin-
son, Edwards, Farmer, Fillingim, Gunn, Hall, Johnson of Osce-
ola, Johnston of Franklin, Latham, Mathes, McCaskill, Moore,
Morgan, Norwood, O'Neal, Paterson, Raker, Richard, Rives,
Smith of Hamilton, Snow, Stapler, Taylor, Tompkins, Tram-
mell, Vaughn. Walker, Walton and Whiddon-39.
Nays-Messrs. Atkins, Baskin, Berkelman, Broad, Buie,
Gainer, Green, Hart, Hawley, Hendry, Knight of Suwannee,
Knight of Lee, Lewis, Martin, McNeil, Milton, Jr., Rourke,
Saunders, Scott, Shine, Smith of Jackson, Turnbull, Wilson
and Yon--24.
So the motion to go into Committee of the Whole on Iouse
Bill No. 4 was tabled.
Mr. Milton, Jr., moved that the House do now adjourn.
The yeas and nays being called for, the roll was called and
the vote was:
Yeas-Messrs. Albury, Atkins, Berkelman, Broad, Buie, Ed-
wards, Gainer. Green. Hall, Hart. Hawley, Hendry, Johnston of
Franklin, Knight of Suwannee, Knight of Lee, Latham,
Layne, Lewis, Martin, McCaskill, McNeil, Morgan, Milton,
Jr., Rourke, Saunders, Scott, Shine, Smith of Jackson, Smith
of Hamilton, Turnbull, Wilson and Yon-31.
Nays-Messrs. Barber, Baltzell, Baskin, Bates, Blitch of
Marion, Blitch of Levy, Corbett, Christie, Clark, Delado,
Dickinson, Farmer, Fillingim, Gunn, Johnson of Osceola,
Mathes, Moore, Norwood, O'Neal, Paterson, Raker, Richard,
Rives, Snow, Stapler, Taylor, Tompkins, Trammell, Vaughn,
Walker, Walton and Whiddon-33.
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Mr. Saunders moved that consideration of House Bill No. 4
be indefinitely postponed.
Mr. Clark moved to lay the motion to indefinitely postpone
on the table.
The yeas and nays being called for on the motion to table
the motion to indefinitely postpone, the roll was called and the
vote was:
Yeas-Messrs. Atkins,Albury, Barber, Baltzell,Baskin, Bates,
Buie, Blitch, Blitch of Levy, Corbett, Christie, Clark, Del-
gado, Dickinson, Edwards, Farmer, Fillingim, Gainer, Gunn,
Hall, Hart, Hendry, Johnson of Osceola. Johnston of Franklin,
Knight of Suwannee, Knight of Lee, Latham, Layne, Mathes,
McCaskill, McNeil, Moore, Morgan, Milton, Jr., Norwood,
O'Neal, Paterson, Raker, Richard, Rives, Rourke, Shine, Smith
of Jackson, Smith of Hamilton, Snow, Stapler, Taylor, Tomp-
kins, Trammell, Vaughn, Walker, Walton, Whiddon, Wilson
and Yon-53.
Nays-Messrs. Berkelman, Broad, Hawley, Lewis, Saun.
ders and Scott-8.
So the motion of Mr. Saunders to indefinitely postpone was
tabled.
Mr. Milton, Jr., moved that the House do now adjourn.
The yeas and nays being called for on the motion to
adjourn, the roll was called and the vote was:
Yeas-Messrs. Albury, Atkins, Baskin, Broad, Buie, Ed-
wards. Gainer, Hart, Iawley, Hendry, Johnston of Franklin,
Knight of Suwannee, Knight of Lee, Latham, Layne, Lewis,
Martin, McCaskill, McNeil, Morgan, Milton, Jr.. Rouike,
Saunders, Scott, Shine, Smith of Jackson, Smith of Hamilton,
Snow, Taylor, Turnbull, Whiddon, Wilson and Yon-33.
Nays--Messrs.Barber, Baltzell, Bates, Blitchlof Marion, Blitch
of Levy, Corbett, Christie, Clark,Delgado. Dickinson, Farmer,
Fillingim, Gunn, Hall, Johnson of Osceola, Mathes, Moore,
Norwood, O'Neal, Paterson, Raker, -Richards, Rives, Stapler,
Tompkins, Trammell, Vaughn, Walker and Walton-29.
So the motion to adjourn prevailed and the House adjourned
until 3 o'clock, P. M., to-day.


THREE O'CLOCK P. M.
The House of Representatives met pursuant to adjourn-
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The roll was called and the following members answered to
their names:
Messrs. Albury, Atkins, Barber, Baltzell, Baskin, Bates,
Berkelman, Blitch of Marion, Blitch of Levy, Broad, Buie,
Corbett, Christie, Clark, Delgado, Dickinson, Edwards, Far-
mer, Fillingim, Gainer, Green, Gunn, Hall, Hart, Hawley,
Hendry, Jones, Johnson of Osceola, Johnston of Franklin,
Knight of Suwannee, Knight of Lee, Latham, Layne, Lewis,
Martin, Mathes, McCaskill, McNeil, Moore, Morgan, Moreno,
Milton, Jr., Norwood, O'Neal, Paterson, Raker, Richard,
Rives, Rourke, Saunders, Scott, Shine, Smith of Jackson,
Smith of Hamilton, Snow, Stapler, Taylor, Tompkins, Tram-
mell, Turnbull, Vaughn, Walker, Walton, Whiddon, Wilson
and Yon.-66.
A quorum present.
The Speaker announced, on the part of the House, Messrs.
Baskin, Rourke, Bates, Vaughn and Johnston of Franklin as
the special committee to visit the Deaf and Dumb Institute at
St. Augustine.
Mr. Moore moved that Mr. Christie be added to the visiting
committee to St Augustine.
Which was agreed to.
Mr. Saunders moved that Mr. Iawley also be added to the
Visiting Committee to St. Augustine;
Which was agreed to.
Mr. Moore moved that Mr. Rives, of Alachua, be added to
the Standing Committee on Public Lands;
Which was agreed to.
Mr. Turnbull moved that Mr. Johnson, of Osceola, be added
to the Standing Committe on Legislative Expenses.
Which was agreed to.
Mr. Shine moved that the House proceed with the regular
order of business ;
Which was agreed to.
The regular order of business being the further consider-
ation of House Bill No. 4, said bill was taken up for further
consideration.
Mr. Milton, Jr., moved that consideration of House Bill No.
4 be made a special order for 3 o'clock P. M. to-morrow.
Mr. Corbett moved to lay the motion of Mr. Milton, Jr., on
the table ;
Which was agreed to, and the resolution of Mr. Milton, Jr.,
was laid on the table.
The following message from the Senate was received:









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SENATE CHAMBER,
TALLAHASSEE, FLA., April 5, 1889.
HON. J. L. GASKINS,
Speaker of the House of Representatives :
SIR: I am directed by the Senate to inform the House of
Representatives that the Senate has concurred in-
House Joint Resolution No. 3,
Relating to the appointment of a Joint Committee to visit
the Deaf and Dumb Instituteat St. Augustine.
Very respectfully,
C. A. FINLEY,
Secretary of the Senate.
Which was read.
Mr. Shine offered the following :
WHEREAS, There was on yesterday a resolution introduced
in the House requesting the use of the hall of the House of
Representatives on Friday evening ; therefore, be it
Resolved, That all action now pending in this House be
suspended for the purpose of considering said resolution;
Which was read.
Mr. Milton moved the adoption of the resolution of Mr.
Shine.
Mr. Baltzell moved to lay the motion to adopt on the table.
The yeas and nays being called for on the motion to lay the
resolution on the table, the roll was called and the vote was :
Yeas-Messes. Barber, Baltzell, Baskin, Blitch of Marion.
Blitch of Levy, Corbett, Clark, Delgado, Dickinson, Ed-
wards, Farmer, Fillingim, Hall, Johnson of Osceola, Mathes,
Moore, Norwood, O'Neal, Paterson, Raker, Richard, Rives,
Smith of Hamilton, Stapler, Tompkins, Trammell, Vaughn,
Walker, Walton and Whiddon-30.
Nays-Messrs. Albury, Atkins, Bates, Berkelman, Broad,
Buie, Christie, Gainer, Green, Gunn, Hart, Hawley, Hendry,
Hinson, Jones, Johnston of Franklin, Knight of Suwannee,
Knight of Lee, Latham, Layne, Lewis, Martin, McCaskill,
McNeil, Morgan, Moreno. Milton, Jr., Rourke, Saunders,
Scott, Shine, Smith of Jackson, Snow, Taylor, Turnbull, Wil-
son and Yon-36.
So the motion to table was lost.
The vote recurring on the adoption of the resolution of Mr.
Shine, the vote being taken, a division was called for and the
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Be it resolved by the General Assembly now in session, That
the use of the Representative Hall be tendered to Professor. J.
H. Miler, of Dawson, Ga., and author of Miller's Business
Arithmetic, at 7:30 o'clock to-morrrow night, to address this
Assembly in the interest of his work and also the State,
'Was read,
Mr. Bates moved its adoption.
Mr. Trammell moved a recommital of the resolution.
Mr. Christie moved to table the'resolution of Mr. Trammell
to recommit:
Which was agreed to.
The vote recurring on the adoption of the resolution of Mr.
Bates,
Mr. Milton, Jr., moved to table the resolution.
A vote being taken on the tabling of the resolution, a division,
was called for and the resolution to table was lost.
The vote recurring on the adoption of the resolution of Mr.
Bates.
Mr. Paterson moved that the resolution be indefinitely post-
poned.
Mr. Christie moved to lay the motion of Mr. Paterson to in-
definitely postpone on the table;
Which was agreed to.
The vote recurring on the adoption of the resolution of Mr.
Bates the vote was taken and the resolution was adopted.
The Speaker again announced that [louse Bill No. 4, on its
second reading, was now in order.
Mr. Saunders offered the following :
Resolved, That the further consideration of House Bill No.
4 be postponed until 5 P. M., an.l be made a special order for
that hour ;
Which was read.
Mr. Berkelman moved the adoption of the resolution of Mr.
Saunders.
Mr. Johnson, of Osceola, moved to lay the resolution on
the table.
The yeas and, nays being called for to table the motion to
adopt the resolution, the roll was called and the vote was:
Yeas-Messrs. Albury, Atkins, Barber, Baltzell, Baskin,
Bates, B.itch of Marion. Blitch of Levy, Buie, Corbett,
Christie, Clark, Delgado, Dickinson, Edwarls, Farmer, Fil-
lingim, Gunn, Hall, Hart, Hendry, Jones, Johnson of Osceola,
Johnston of Franklin, Knight of Suwannee, Knight of Lee,
Layne, Martin, Mathes, McCaskill, Moore, Morgan, Milton,
Jr., Norwood, O'Neal, Paterson, Raker, Richard, .Rives,









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Rourke, Shine, Smith of Jackson, Smith of Hamilton. Snow,
Stapler, Taylor, Tompkins, Trammell, Turnbull, Vaughn,
Walker ,Walton, Whiddon, Wilson and Yon-55.
Nays-Messrs. Berkelman, Broad, Gainer, Green, Hawley,
Moreno, Saunders and Scott-8.
So the motion to table was agreed to and the resolution
was laid on the table.
Mr Saunders moved that House Bill No. 4 be read by sec-
tions ;
Which was not agreed to.
Mr. Shine moved that 200 copies of the bill be printed for
the use of members;
Which was ruled out of order.
Mr. Saunders moved that the Sergeant-at-Arms be instructed
to have all lobbyists excluded from this Hall;
Which was ruled out of order.
Mr. Milton, Jr., raised the point of order that House Bill
No. 4 has not been introduced according to the rules of this
body, and that the printed bill was in conflict with rule No. 44.
The Speaker ruled the point of order well taken.
Mr. Knight moved that this House do now adjourn, a vote
being taken on the motion to adjourn, it was not agreed to.
Mr. Clark appealed from the decision of the Chair in regard
to the point of order raised by Mr. Milton, Jr.
The question being put "Shall the Chair be sustained ?"
a vote was taken and the Chair was sustained.
Mr. Jones introduced the following communication :
EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT, STATE OF FLORIDA,
OFFICE OF SUPT. OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION,
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., April 5th, 1889.
HoN. G. P. JONES,
DEAR SIR: I have the exquisite pleasure of conveying to you
for presentation to the Hon. Speaker of the House of Repre-
sentatives of the Legislature of Florida, a gavel made by the
students of the. Department of Manual Training of the State
Agricultural College, which they beg him to accept as a small
token of their high appreciation of your body, and their sin-
cere gratitude for the establishment of so important a branch
of training and practical knowledge.
You will please do me the honor to present the same in any
manner you may deem the best.
Very respectfully,
A. J. RUSSELL,
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Which was read, and the Speaker pro tern. accepted the
gavel for the House.
The rules baing waived by a two-thirds vote, Mr. Milton,
Jr., introduced the following:
Be it Resolved, That when five members of this House
desire and request that any bill be printed which has been
reported unfavorably by the committee to which said bill has
been referred, said bill shall be printed, unless two-thirds of
the members of this House being present shall vote against
the request to have such bill printed;
Which was read, and on motion of Mr. Shine, was referred
to the Committee on Rules.,
House Concurrent Resolution No. 4:
Relative to requesting Secretary of State to make report as
to land grants to railroads that have failed to comply with
conditions of grant,
Was read and taken up for consideration.
The chair ruled that the resolution was not properly before
the House, being printed.
The rules being waived, by a two-thirds vote, Mr. Richard,
Chairman of the Committee on Finance and Taxation, made
the following report:
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, )
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., April 4, 1889. f
HON. A. P. BASKIN,
Speaker pro tern. of the House of Representatives :
SIR: Your Committee on Finance and Taxation, to whom
was referred-
House Bill No. 33:
Entitled an act to regulate the publication and payment of
tax sale advertisements,
Return the same and ask that it be referred to the Commit-
tee on Public Printing.
Very Respectfully,
J. C. RICHARD,
"Chairman of Committee.
Which was read and the accompanying bill was referred to
the Committee on Public Printing.
The next regular order being bills on their second reading,
House Bill No. 13:
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by persons holding mortgages or other liens against real
estate,
Was taken up for consideration.
Mr. Clark moved that the consideration of House Bill No.
13 be postponed and that 200 copies of the bill be printed for
the use of the members;
Which was agreed to.
On motion of Mr. Johnson, of Osceola, the House adjourned
until 10 o'clock A. M. to-morrow.


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SATURDAY, APRIL 6th, 1889.

The House of Representatives met pursuant to adjourn-
ment.
Hon. J. L. Gaskins, Speaker, in the chair.
The roll being called, the following members answered to
their names:
Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Albury, Atkins, Barber, Baltzell, Baskin,
Bates, Berkelman, Blitch of Marion, Blitch Broad, Corbett-
Christie, Clark, Delgado, Dickinson, Edwards, Farmer, Fillin-
gim, Gainer, Green, Gunn, Hart, Hall, Hawley, Hendry, Jones,
Johnson of Osceola, Johnston of Franklin, Knight of Suwannee,
Knight of Lee, Latham, Layne, Lewis, Martin, Mathes, Mc-
Caskill, McNeil, Moore, Morgan, Moreno, Milton, Jr., Nor-
wood, O'Neal, Paterson, Raker, Richard, Rives, Rourke, Saun-
ders. Shine, Smith of Jackson,Smith of Hamilton. Snow, Sta-
pler, Taylor, Tompkins, Trammell, Turnbull, Vaughn, Walker,
Walton, Whiddon, Wilson and Yon--63.
A quorum present.
.Prayer by the Chaplain.
The Journal was corrected and approved.
On motion of Mr. Shine, Mr. Milam, the Chief Clerk, was
excused on account of sickness.
On motion of Mr. Saunders, Mr. Scott, of Duval, was excused
until Monday.
On motion of Mr. Richard. Mr. Buie of Columbia, was ex-
cused on account of sickness.
On motion of Mr. Milton, Jr., Mr. Smith of Jackson, was
excused until Monday at 10 o'clock A. M.
On motion of Mr. Bates, Mr. Taylor, Sergeant-at-Arms, was
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On motion of Mr. Taylor, Mr. Turnbull of Jefferson, was
excused until Monday next.
Mr. Trammell introduced the following:

Resolved, That Rule No. 44 of this House be amended so as
to read as follows :
All bills and resolutions shall be written or printed without
interlineation on not less than one sheet of paper, with suit-
able margin and space between the several sections or re-
solutions;
Which was read, and on motion, was referred to the Com-
mittee on Rules.
Objection was taken by Mr. Morgan in reference to the re-
ferring of the resolution to the Committee on Rules.
The vote being called for on the question of whether or not
the reference shall be sustained, the vote was taken and the
question to sustain was lost.
Mr. Gunn moved the adoption of the resolution;
Which was agreed to.
Mr. Blitch, of Marion, offered the following:
Reolved, That Mr. Knight, of Suwannee, be added to the
Committee on Education;
Which was read and agreed to.
Mr. Morgan offered the following :
Resolved, That it is the -cnse of this House that it is dis-
courteous and indecorous for a member to disturb another
member while on the floor speaking, and an insult to the
Speaker of this House and also to the members thereof, to
speak while the Speaker is addressing himself to this body,
unless such interference be for calling a point of order or
privilege;
Which was read, and on motion of Mr. Atkins was adopted.
Mr. Rourke offered the following :
Resolved, That the chairman of all committees of this
House, in making report upon bills and resolutions referred to
them, be requested to state the titles thereof respectively in
full as we 1 as the numbers;
Which was read and adopted.
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The roll of counties being called,' the following bills were
introduced:
By Mr. Rives:
House Bill No. 48:
A bill to be entitled an act to provide for the appointment
of a State Chemist and to define his duties;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Committee
on Agriculture.
By Mr. Edwards:
House Bill No. 49:
A- bill to be entitled an act to provide for the levy of taxes
for the years 1889 and 1890;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Committee
on Finance and Taxation.
By Mr. Edwards:
-House Bill No. 50:
LA bill to be entitled an act to empower the Governor, Treas-
urer and Comptroller to borrow money for State purposes;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Committee
on Finance and Taxation.
By Mr. Jones :
House Bill No. 51:
A bill to be entitled an act to establish a uniform system
of common schools and county high schools.
Which was read the first time and referred to Committee on
Education.
By Mr. Johnston of Franklin:
House Bill No. 52:
A bill to be entitled an act to extend the criminal jurisdiction
of county judges in the several counties of the State;
Which was read the first time, and referred to the Committee
on Judiciary.
By Mr. Clark:
House Bill No. 53:
A bill to be entitled an act to repeal chapter 3702, Laws of
'Florida, the same being an act entitled an act to provide for
and regulate the payment of costs and expenses in certain
cases of criminal 'prosecutions by the Stite, approved June 7,
.188t ;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Committee
.on Judiciary.
By Mr. Clark:
House Bill No. 54:











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"A bill to be entitled an act to repeal chapter 3719, Laws of
Florida, the same being an act entitled an act to-prevent un-
necessary witnesses being summoned in criminal ctses, ap-
proved May 28, 1887.
Which was read the first time and referred to the Commit-
tee on Judiciary.
By Mr. Clark :
louse Bill No. 55 :
A bill to be entitled an act to fix the legal rate of interest
in the State of Florida, to define usury and provide forfeitures
on usurious contracts;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Commit-
tee on Judiciary.
By Mr. Clark:
House Bill No. 56:
A bill to be entitled an act to' fix rates of passenger travel
on all railroads in the State of Florida, and to provide penal-
ties for any violation of its provisions;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Commit-
tee on Railroads and Telegraphs.

REPORTS OF STANDING COMMITTEES.

Mr. Knight of Lee, chairman of the Committee on Judici-
ary, made the following report:
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., April i, 1889.
HoN. J. L. ASKINGS,
Speaker of the House of Representatives :

SmI: Your Committee on Judiciary, to whom was referred-
House Joint Resolution No. 7, being Amendment to sec-
tion three (3) article five (5) of the Constitution,
Beg leave to report that they have examined the same, and
return it to the House with the recommendation that it be re-
ferred to the Committee on Constitutional Amendments.
Very respectfully,
P. O. KNIGHT,
Chairman Committee.
Which was read.
Mr. Latham, Chairman of the Committee on Public Print-
ing, made the following report:









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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, )
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., April 6, 1889.4 .
HON. J. L. GASKINS,
Speaker of the Bouse of Representatives:
SIR: Your Committee on Public Printing, to whom was
referred-
House Bill No. 33 :
Have carefully examined the same, and offer a substitute,
which we recommend do pass.
Very respectfully,
J. F. LATHAM,
Chairman Committee.
Which was read.
Mr. Mathes, chairman of the Committee on Public Lands,
made the following report :
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
TALLAHASSEE, Fla., April 6, 1889. f
HON. J. L. GASKINS,
Speaker of the House of Representatives:
SIR: Your Committee on Public Lands, to whom was
referred--
Resolution in reference to the passage by Congress of United
State, House Bill No. 6897. We beg leave to report that we
have had same under consideration, and offer as substitute for
same the Joint Resolution herewith presented.
Very respectfully,
B. N. MATCHES,
Chairman Committee.
Which was read.
Mr. Baskin made the following explanation:
That there was a misunderstanding by the gentlemen of the
House of Representatives as to my ruling on Rule 44 of the
rules governing this body on the point of order taken by the
gentleman from Jackson (Mr. Milton, Jr.)
The Chair ruled that according to requirements of said rule
that House Bill No. 4 was not properly introduced, but did not
rule as to the status of said bill, and is of opinion that it is
still the property of this body to do with it as they see fit.