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PDIV56 Annual report comptroller for period beginning January 1, 1893, and ending December 31, 1893
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PDIV57 1894, 1894
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PDIV58 treasurer
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PDIV60 Report secretary Board Trustees Internal Improvement Fund
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Journal of proceedings of the House of Representatives of the Legislature of the State of Florida
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 Material Information
Title: Journal of proceedings of the House of Representatives of the Legislature 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: Tallahassee Book and Job Office.
Creation Date: April 2, 1895
 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: Description based on: 1899.
Funding: Digitized for the Florida House of Representatives, the Office of the Clerk.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: Florida House of Representatives. Office of the Clerk.
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Preceded by: Journal of the proceedings of the House of Representatives of the ... session of the Legislature of the State of Florida
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Table of Contents
    Title Page
        Page 1
        Page 2
    April 1895
        Tuesday, April 2
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        Wednesday, April 3
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        Thursday, April 4
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    Annual report of the comptroller of the State of Florida for the period beginning January 1, 1893, and ending December 31, 1893
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    Annual report of the comptroller of the State of Florida for the period beginning January 1, 1894, and ending December 31, 1894
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    Annual report of the treasurer of the State of Florida for the period beginning January 1, 1893, and ending December 31, 1893
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    Annual report of the treasurer of the State of Florida for the period beginning January 1, 1894, and ending December 31, 1894
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    Report of the secretary of the Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund for the period beginning January 1, 1893, and ending December 31, 1894
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    Report of the treasurer of the Board of Trustees, I. I. Fund for the period beginning January 1, 1893, and ending December 31, 1894 31, 1894
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    Bi-ennial report of the superintendent of Public Instruction of the State of Florida for the two years ending June 30, 1894
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JOURNAL OF PROCEEDINGS

OF THE


HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

OF THE


LEGISLATURE, OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA,

REGULAR SESSION, 1895.




W. S. JENNINGS, Speaker.
W. F. BYNU-r, Chief Clerk.






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TALLAHASSEE, FLA.:
JOHN G. COLUMNS, STATE PRINTER,
1895.





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JOURNAL
OF TIIE


House of Representatives

Of the Fifth Regular Session of the Legislature, began and
held at the Capitol in the City of Tallahassee, in the State
of Florida, on Tuesday, the Second day of April, A. D.
1895, being the day fixed by the Constitution of the State
of Florida for the meeting of the Legislature.
TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1895.
House of Representatives was called to order by Dr. Wm.
Forsyth Byrium, of Fort White, Columbia county, Florida,
:the former Chief Clerk of the I-ouse of Representatives, at
12 o'clock M.
On motion of Mr. Gaskins, of Bradford, Dr. Wm. Forsyth
Bynum, of Columbia, was elected temporary Secretary.
The certified list of the Secretary of State of members
'elected to the present Legislature was called, and the follow-
ing members answered to their names:
Bates, Mortimer, of Gadsden county.
Ballard, C. W., of Manatee county.
Bennett, W. M., of Lake county.
Bowles, J. R., of Jackson county.
Brady, J. W., of Polk county.
Brown, C. M., of Marion county.
Carpenter, R. B., of Leon county.
'Ch:pman, J. T., of Orange county.
Christie, F. T., of Leon county.
Clark, T. L., of Jefferson county.
Clark, John F., of Lafayette county.
Dailey, J. R., of Escambia county.
Dancy, W. McL., of Duval county.
Dickson, M. N., of Jackson county.
Drew, Frank, of Nassau county.
Ellis, J. G., of Santa Rosa county.
Finlayson, W. D., of Levy county.



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Gaskins, J. L., of Bradford county.
Gilchrist, A. W., of DeSoto county.
Godwin, Samuel, of Clay county.
Gregory, Lycurgus B., of -Gadsden county.
Groover, Roan J., of Columbia county.
Harp, J. H., of Putnam county.
Harris, W. Hunt, of Monroe county.
Healey, G. P., of Volusia county.
Hendry, Francis A., of Lee county.
Herndon, John R., of Baker county.
Higginbotham, A. J., of Nassau county.
High, W. B., of Hamilton county.
Jennings, W. S., of Hernando county.
Kelley, John R., of Taylor county.
Knowles, James J., of Columbia county.
Latham, J. F., of Pasco county.
Manh.'iiv. H. B., of Franklin county.
Mays, D. H., of Jefferson county.
McAliley, John D., of Liberty county.
Mc Alpin, W. W., of Hamilton county.
McCall, T. F., of Hillsborough county.
McCreary, H. H., of Alachua county.
McIntosh, D.. C., of Alachua county.
McSween, P. D., of Walton county.
Moore, R. C., of Santa Rosa county.
Moseley, J. E., of Osceola county.
Nelson, Gorc, of Sumter county.
Peacock, J. M. N., of Suwannee county.
Pinkham, W. S. M., of St. Johns county.
Plummer, E. G., of Duval county.
Raker, T. J., of Wakulla county.
Rees, F. L., of Suwannee county.
Roberts, C. E., of Monroe county.
Sanders, W. R., of Brevard county.
Sewell, Henry E., of Dade county.
Shaffer, Fred P., of Madison county.
Skinner, John N., of Holmes county.
Sloane, M. H., of Lake county.
Smith, D. A., of Marion county.
Stone, J. S., of Calhoun county.
Sullivan, J. J., of Escambia county.
Thayer, William S., of Volusia county.
Tucker, B. N., of Madison county.
Vanness, M. V. B., of Citrus county.
Wade, J. S., of Polk county.
Wall, J. P., of Putnam county.











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Wells, Joel R., of Washington county.
Whitner, B. F., of Orange county.
Wilder, C. L., of Hillsborough county.
Wills, J. T., of Bradford county.
Zim, L. W., of St. Johns county.
STATE OF FLOpIDA,
Office Secretary of State. I
.I, John L. Crawford, Secretary of State of the State of
Florida, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a correct list
of the members of the House of Representatives, as shown by
the election returns on file in this office.
Given under my hand and the Great Seal of the
State of Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital, this
the 2nd day of April A. D. 1895.
Jxo. L. CRAWronD,
Secretary of State.
The following members came forward and took the oath of
office prescribed by the Constitution of the State before his
honor, Associate Justice Benjamin S. Liddon, of the Supreme
Court of the State of Florida:
Messrs. Bates of Gadsden, Ballard of Manatee, Bennett of
Lake, Bowles of Jackson, Brady of Polk, Brown of Marion,
Carpenter of Leon, Chapman of Orange, Christie of Leon,
Clark of Jefferson, Clark of LaFayette, Daily of Escambia,
Dancy of Duval, Dickson of Jackson, Drew of Nassau, Ellis
of Santa Rosa, Finlayson of Levy, Gaskins of Bradford, Gil-
christ of DeSoto, Godwin of Clay, Gregory of Gadsden, Groo-
ver of Columbia, Harp of Putnam, Harris of Monroe, Healey
of Volusia, Hendry of Lee, Herndon of Baker, Higginbotham
of Nassau, High of Hamilton, Kelley of Taylor, Knowles of
Columbia, Latham of Pasco, Mahoney of Franklin, Mays of
Jefferson, McAlilly of Liberty. McAlpin of Hamilton, McCall
of Hillsborough, McCreary of Alachua, Mclntosh of Alachua,
McSween of Walton, Moore of Santa Rosa, Moseley of Osceola,
Nelson of Sumter, Peacock of Suwannee, Pinkham of St.
Johns, Plummer of Duval, Raker of Wakulla, Rees of Suwan-
nee, Roberts of Monroe, Sanders of Brevard, Sewell of Dade,
"4hliff.r of Madison, Skinner of Holmes, Sloane of Lake, Smith
of Marion, Stone of Calhoun, Sullivan of Escambia, Thayer
of Volusia, Tucker of Madison, Vanness of Citrus, Wade of
Polk, Wall of Putnam, Wells of Washington, Whitner of
'Orange, Wilder of Hillsborough, Wills of Bradford, Zim of St.
Johns-68.
The Chief Clerk announced a quorum present.











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Mr. Finlayson, of Levy, moved that Mr. Clark, of Jeffer-
son, be elected temporary Chairman,
Which was agreed to.
The Chief Clerk appointed Messrs. Finlayson, of Levy,
Gaskins, of Bradford and Tucker, of Madison, a committee
to conduct Mr. Clark temporary Chairman-elect to the Chair.
On motion of Mr. Gaskins, of Bradford, Dr. Wm. Forsyth
Bynum, of Columbia, was elected temporary Clerk.
On motion of Mr. Whitner, of Orange, the House pro-
ceeded to the permanent organization of the House.
Mr. Mays, of Jefferson, nominated Mr. William S. Jen-
nings, of Hernando, for Speaker.
Upon a call of the roll the vote was:
For William S. Jennings-
Yeas-Messrs. Bates, Ballard, Bennett, Bowles, Brady,
Brown, Carpenter Chapman, Christie, Clark, of Jefferson,
Clark, of Lafayette, Daily, Dancy, Dickson, Drew, Ellis, Fin-
layson, Gaskins, Gilchrist, Godwin, Gregory, Groover, Harp,
Harris, Healey, Hendry, Herndon, Higginbotharn, High, Kel-
ley, Knowles, Latham, Mahoney, Mays, McAliley, McAlpin,
McCall, McCreary, McIntosh, McSween, Moore, Mosely, Nel-
son, Peacock, Pinkham, Plummer, Raker, Rees, Roberts, San-
ders, Sewell, Shaffer, Skinner, Sloane, Smith, Stone, Sullivan,
Thayer, Tucker, Vanness, Wade, Wall, Wells, Whitner,
Wilder, Wills, Zim.-67.
The Chairman announced the election of Mr. Jennings as
permanent Speaker.
The Chairman appointed Messrs. Mays, Gaskins and Sulli-
van, a committee to conduct the Speaker-elect to the Chair.
The Speaker-elect upon being conducted to the Chair in a
few appropriate remarks extended his thanks to the House for
the honor conferred upon him and stated that he did not wish
to consume the time of the House in a lengthy address.
Mr. Mays, of Jefferson, nominated Dr. Wm. Forsyth Bynunm,
of Columbia, for Chief Clerk.
Upon a call of the roll the vote was:
For Dr. Wm. Forsyth Bynum-
Yeas-Messrs. Bates, Ballard, Bennett, Bowles, Brady,
Brown, Carpenter, Chapman, Christie, Clark of Jefferson,
Clark of Lafayette, Daily, Dancy, Dickson, Drew, Ellis, Fin-
layson, Gaskins, Gilchrist, Godwin, Gregory, Groover, Harp,
Harris, Healy, Hendry, Herndon, Higginbotham, High, Kelley,
Knowles, Latham, Mahoney, Mays. McAlilly, McAlpin,
McCall, McCreary, McIntosh, McSween, Moore, Moseley, Nel-
son, Peacock, Pinkham, Plummer, Raker, Rees, Roberts, San-
ders, Sewell, Shaffer, Skinner, Sloan, Smith, Stone, Sullivan,.













Thayer, Tucker, Vanness, Wade, Wall, Wells, WhTitner,
Wilder, Wills, Zim-68.
The Speaker declared Dr. Wm. Forsyth Hynmnn elected
Chief Clerk.
Mr. Mays, of Jefferson, made the following nominations:
For Assistant Clerk-Charles H. Dickinson, of Madison.
For Reading Clerk-Nathaniel W. Marion, of Hamilton.
For Assistant Reading Clerk-G. J. Strozier, of Marion-
For Engrossing Clerk-Herbert J. Drane, of Polk.
For Enrolling Clerk-J. H. Colson, of -Bradford.
For Recording Clerk-L. A. McNealey, of Jackson.
For Sergeant-at-Arms-Thomas J. Hearndon,'of DeSoto..
For Messeriger-George T. Brown, of Leon.
For Doorkeeper-Thomas C. Morgan, of Gadsden.
For Chaplain-Rev. E. Trice, of Leon.
For Pages-Charles M. Brown, Jr., of Marion, VWalter
Trammell, of Gadsden, Richard Burnham, of Putnam.
For Janitor-John A. McKeithen, of Washington.
All of whom, upon motion of Mr. Gilcl:rist, of DeSoto,
were elected by acclamation.
The following officers were sworn by Mr. A. W. Gilchrist,
as Notary Public: Dr. Wmn. Forsyth Bynum, Chief Clerk;
Charles H. Dickinson, Assistant Clerk; Nat W. Marion,
Reading Clerk; G. J. Strozier, Assistant Reading Clerk; Her-
bert J. Drane, Engrossing Clerk; J. II. Colson, Enrolling
Clerk; L. A. McNealey, Recording Clerk; T. J. Hearndon,
Sergeant-at-Arms; George T. Brown, M:-..-;. ,'-r; T. C. Mor-
gan, Doorkeeper, and Charles M. Brown, Jr., Walter Tram-
well, Richard Burnham, Pages.
Mr. Whitner moved that a committee of three be appointed
to inform the Senate that the House was organized and ready
to proceed to business.
Which was agreed to.
The Speaker appointed Messrs Whitner, of Orange, Ballard,
of Manatee and Healy of Volusia such committee.
On motion of Mr. Hendry, of Lee, a committee consisting of
Messrs. Hendry, of Lee, Wells, of Washington and Groover,
of Columbia, were appointed a committee to notify the Gover-
nor that the House was organized and would be pleased to re-
ceive any communication that he should deem proper to make.
After a brief absence the committee reported that they had
performed the duty assigned and were discharged.
On motion of Mr. Gaskins, of Bradford, the Rules of tlhe
last House of Representatives were adopted for the govern.
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A committee from the Senate, consisting of Messrs. Broome,
McKinnie and McLeran, appeared at the bar of the House and
informed the House that the Senate was organized and roady
to proceed to business.
Mr. Nelson, of Sumter, offered the following resolution:
House Resolution No. 1.
Resolved by the House of Representatives, that a vote of
thanks be tendered Mrs. Gov. Mitchell for the kind interest
displayed by her for our comfort and the neat arrangement of
the Hall at the organization of the present session.
Which was adopted by a rising vote.
SMr. Gilchrist, of DeSoto, offered the following resolution:
House Resolution No. 2:
Be it resolved by the House of Representatives of the
State of Florida: Of the Standing Committees of this House,
the Judiciary Committee alone shall have power to employ a
clerk;
Which was laid over until to-morrow.
Mr. Finlayson, of Levy, offered the following concurrent
resolution:
House Concurrent Resolution No. 3:
Resolved, by the House of Representatives, Senate con-
curring: That a special joint committee, consisting of three from
the House and two from the Senate, be appointed to investi-
gate the books, records and accounts of the Commissioner of
Agriculture, and they be allowed to employ such clerical aid
as they find necessary;
Which was laid over until to-morrow under the rules.
Mr. Peacock, of Suwannee, offered the following concurrent
resolution:
Concurrent Resolution No. 4,
Resolved, by the House of Representatives, the Senate con-
curring: That a committee of two on the part of the House be
appointed to act with a similar committee on the part of the
Senate to examine the books and accounts of the Commis-
sioner of Agriculture, and employ such clerical aid as may be
necessary; and the management thereof;
Which was laid over under the rules until tomorrow.
Mr. Drew, of Nassau, offered the following Concurrent Res-
olution :
Concurrent Resolution No. 5:
.Whereas, the financial condition of the State and its citi-
zens is such as to demand the strictest economy in the
expenditure of the public funds of the State; and in order to
reduce as far as possible the expenditure of such funds and
reduce the burden of taxation on our people:











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Be it resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate
,concurring, That the Legislature adjourn sine die on Satur-
day, the 9th day of May next;
Which was laid over until to-morrow under the rules.
Mr. Healey, of Volusia, offered the following Concurrent
Resoluion:
Concurrent Resolution No. 6:
Resolved, That a joint committee of five be appointed,
three from the House and two from the Senate, to examine
the books and papers of the office of Commissioner of Land
and Immigration and Agriculture, and that they be allowed
clerical help.
Which was laid over under the rules until tomorrow.
Mr. Gaskins, of Bradford, offered the following Concurrent
Resolution:
Concurrent Resolution No. 7:
Resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate con-
curring, That a committee of two, on the part of the House,
be appointed to act with a similar committee on the part of
the Senate to examine the Comptroller's and Treasurer's books
and accounts, and management of their offices, and employ
such clerical aid as may be necessary;
Which was laid over until to-morrow under the rules.
Mr. Bennett, of Lake, offered the following Resolution:
House Resolution No. 8.
Resolved, That the clerk he directed to prepare forty-five
ballots identical in size and appearance upon each of which
shall be written the name of one of each of the counties of
this State. The ballots shall then be placed in a proper re-
(coptical and thoroughly mixed and then drawn therefrom one
at a time by a blindfolded boy. The clerk shall read the
names as drawn and the Ropresentative or Representatives
from the county drawn shall then make choice of their seats
in this chamber. In case a county delegation fail to agree in
their selection, the member of said delegation whose name
*comes first in alphabetical order shall determine the choice.
Which was.read.
Mr. Gilchrist moved the adoption of the resolution.
Mr. Whitner moved to lay the motion on the table;
Which was agreed to.
On motion of Mr. Harp, of Putnam, the House adjourned
Until 10 o'clock A. M. to-morrow.











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WEDNESDAY, AimIL 3, 1895.
The House of Representatives met pursua nt to adjourn-
Inent. : .
The Speaker in the chair.
The roll being called the following members answered to
their names:
Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Bates, Ballard, Bennett, Bowles, Brady,
Brown, Carpenter, Chapman, Christie, Clark, of Jefferson,
Clark, of Lafayette, Daily, Dancy, Dickson, Drew, Ellis, Fin-
layson, Gaskins, Gilchrist, Godwin, Gregory, Groover; Harp,.
Harris,Healey, Hendry, Herndon, Higginbotham, High, Kelley,
Knowles, Latham, Mays, McAlilly, McAlpin, McCall, Mc-
Creary, Mclntosh, McSween, Moore, Moseley, Nelson, Pea-
cock, Pinkham, Plummer, Raker, Rees, Roberts, Sanders,
Sewell, Shaffer, Skinner, Sloane, Smith, Stone, Sullivan,
Thayer, Tucker, Vanness, Wade, Wall, Wells, Whitner, Wil-
der, Wills, Zim.-67.
A quorum present.
Prayer by the Chaplain.
Mr. Harp, of Putnam, moved that the reading of the Jour-
nal be dispensed with.
Mr. Gilchrist, of DeSoto, moved that the Journals of the
House shall not be read during the Session except upon
Special order of the House.
The motion as amended was agreed to.
Mr. Nelson, of Sumter, offered the following Resolution:
House Resolution No. 9.
Resolved, That upon the (days of the) first reading of
every bill introduced in or that may be reported to this House
during the present session of 1895, as soon as the title of any
bill shall be read in its order, the Speaker shall, without the
formality of a motion to that effect, put the question to the
House--"shall the rule be dispensed with, requiring this bill to
be read by sections on this (the day of) its first reading"-and
upon the putting of such question, unless more than one-third
of the quorum of members present shall affirmatively an-
nounce their objection to such waived, the Speaker shall here-
upon announce "that the rule was waived by a two-thirds vote
of the House, requiring such bill to be read by sections on
(the day of) its first reading and the Journal in each case
shall affirmatively show such action.
Which was read.
Mr. Zim, of St. Johns, moved that the resolution lay over
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Which was agreed to.
Mr. Healey, of Volusia, moved that when the House ad-
journs for this morning's session, that it will take a recess un-
til four o'clock p. m.
Which was agreed to.
The following message was received from the Governor:
STATE OF FLORIDA. )
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT,
TALLAHASSEE, April 3, 1895.
HON. W. S. JENNINGS,
Speaker of the House of Representatives:
SIR: I have the honor to herewith formerlypresent my bi-en-
nial message to the Legislature, and to respectfully ask consid-
eration by the House of Representatives of the subjects therein
called to its attention.
Very respectfully,
H. L. MITCHELL,
Governor of Florida.



STATE OF FLORIDA,
EXECUTIVE OFFICE, April 1, 1895.
Gentlemen of the Legislature:
The Constitution of the State requires the Executive to com-
municate by message to the Legislature at each regular session,
information concerning .the condition of the State, and recom-
mend such measures as he may deem expedient, which require-
ment I shall comply with briefly.
Until the great freezes last winter, the entire State was in a
prosperous condition, and this is still true except as to the
Peninsular or orange growing section. This section, as many
of you are well aware, has been badly damaged. Still our
people are not discouraged, but have gone to work to repair-
their losses, and they will succeed. Such energy and pluck
as they show must ultimately be crowned with success.
The cotton crop last year was light, and the prices received
therefore, were, perhaps, the lowest ever known to the country,
but the corn, rice, cane, potatoes and other farm crops were-
good-the loss in cotton being made up in these crops.











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FINANCIAL.
'Outstanding bonds of 1871 .................... $267,700.
Outstanding bonds of 1873 .................... 764,900.
Interest bearing Loan ....... .. ................ 200,000.

Total ..................................... 91,232,500.
Of which the following amounts are
held by the State School, Seminary,
Agricultural College and 1.. Funds-
Bonds of 1871.............. .... $175,600.
Bonds of 1873 .................. 499,200.
Loan .................... ........ 100,000.

Total .......... ... ......... $774,800.
Held by individuals-
Bonds .......... ................. $357,700.
Loan ............................ 100,000.

Total .................. ....... 1 ,J:r,."l
The two notes amounting to $100,000, which are now held
in New York, due in July'next, will be taken up at maturity
and I hope this can be done without borrowing money for that
purpose.
IPHOSPHATE.
The Phosphate Industry has largely increased in the last
two years, and while the prices have ranged low, still the profits
arising therefrom are remunerative.
Amount shipped from the State in 1892 .... .... 354,327 tons.
Amount shipped from the Statein 1894........ 500,000 tons.

FISHERIES.
There has been complaint that the laws for the protection
of the food fishes of the State have not been enforced, but
when the immense sea coast to be protected, and the small
amount of money appropriated for that purpose is considered,
the reason for the non-enforcement of the law is easily found.
If the people desire more protection to the fish, they should,











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through the Legislature, pass more stringent laws for that pur-
pose, and appropriate larger sums of money for the enforce-
ment of the laws.
CRIMINAL LAW.
At the last session of the Legislature I recommended certain
changes as to our Criminal Laws, which recommendations are
now renewed as follows :
"The criminal laws of the State are, in my opinion, too tech-
nical and complicated, and the charges of judges upon the
laws, it matters not how plain and comprehensive, are fre-
quently misunderstood by juries, and improper verdicts are
rendered. Notably is this true where offenses are divided
into different degrees. The accused is convicted in some one
of the degrees not technically warranted by the evidence, in
which case the verdict is set aside and a new trial granted and
another trial gone through with, all at the expense of the
State. At the second trial, under the law as it now stands,
the accused can not be convicted of a higher grade of the of-
fense with which he is charged than that of which he was
convicted on the former trial, and, as a result, on the retrial of
some of the most notorious criminals a verdict commensurate
with the proof can not be rendered.
"I recommend that, where a man is tried for the highest de-
gree of an offense, and is convicted of a lower degree, and
the verdict is set aside and a new trial granted, the accus d, at
the new trial, may be convicted of ary one of the degrees of
the offense for which he is tried, notwithstanding his convic-
tion of one of the lower degrees of the offense at the
former trial. This has been done in other States and there is
no good reason against it. I also recommend in this connec-
tion that such amendment of the law of murder be made as
will avoid the result that a conviction of murder in the second
degree can not be sustained by proof of murder in the' first
degree."
TAXATION.
The State Constitution requires that the Legislature ishll
provide for a uniform and equal rate of taxation, and it is











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recommended that an act be passed creating an Equalization
Commission, with full power to equalize the taxes among the
people of the State-a commission clothed with such powers
that the rich man's property will not be exempt from taxa-
tion, while the poor man has to bear a disproportionate bur-
den of the taxes. What the poor man owns is in sight, and
the tax gatherer never fails to call upon him and assess his
property at something like its value; but how is it as to the
rich man ? Does he pay his due proportion of taxes? The
tax books in the office of the Comptroller show, I think con-
clusively, that he does not.
Wealthy bankers and other wealthy business men will be
found to give in but a few hundred dollars worth of property;
but turn to the poor man, see how the case stands with him.
He gives in his property at something near its value.
This is very unjust-it is a crying evil, an evil that I think
.this Legislature can and will correct.
The people are complaining of high taxes, and this com-
,plaint is well founded, but if every man were forced
to pay taxes in proportion to what he is worth-to
pay what he ought to pay-there would not be so much
'complaint about high taxes.
INDIAN WAR CLAIMS.
There has been no progress made in this matter since the
last session. The money is not in sight.
THE UNITED STATES DIRECT TAX FUND.
There has come into my possession of this fund, 838,486.06
-of which amount I have paid-
For securing data from Washington ............ $303 95
Advertising ........................... ... ... 23 75
'To Claimants................ ... ...... .. .. 22,569 23

Total ... .................. ... ....... $22,896 93
Balance on hand...................... ..... $15,589 13
QUARANTINE.
Our admirable quarantine system has undeniably been a
-great protection to the people of this State against epidemic











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and contagious diseases. The guarding of the extensive sea
coast of the State is necessarily very expensive at present,
but Dr. Porter, the able Health Officer, states in his admir-
able report that in his opinion, the system will, in a short
"timn, be self-supporting, which will be a great relief to the
people.
EDUCATION.
It is peculiarly gratifying to me to be able to state, that our
public schools are in a prosperous condition, and that may
truthfully be said of all other institutions of learning in the
State.
The people may well be proud of our public school system,
for to this noble institution every child in the State can look
with confident assurance that there he or she can acquire that
knowledge that will enable them to discharge intelligently all
the duties of life.
STATES PRISON.
It is a source of deep regret that the State is not able to
erect suitable buildings for the safe keeping and proper em-
ployment of her convicts. They are scattered over different
portions of the State, some in phosphate mines and some on
turpentine farms, being so scattered that their interests cannot
be properly looked after by a Cabinet officer visiting the
camps occasionally, and for this reason I recommend that the
State be authorized to employ an agent, whose duty it shall
be to visit the camps frequently, and look after the interests
of the convicts.
When a man is sent to one of these camps he is looked
upon as a bad man; his friends, even, forsake him, and too
often he is entirely forgotten. These convicts are not all bad
men-some of them may be innocent, and some of the guilty
might be reclaimed, but, being in the mines with no one to
look to their interests, they are truly in a most deplorable
"condition. Now, these people are not an expense to the State;
on the contrary, they are a source of profit, and I do earn-
estly recommend that you provide for the appointment of an
agent, who shall reside near the camps, to see that they are











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treated with all humanity possible, consistent with their safe-
keeping and pro. ittl.hl employment.
INSANE ASYLUM.
This institution is in admirable condition. The inmates
are healthy, well clothed, and fed, and, in a word, well and
abundantly cared for in every respect.
The cost of the Asylum for the past year has been unusually
heavy, owing to the fact, in part, that the number of inmates has
largely increased, but mainly from the fact that it has become
necessary to put in a system of sewerage. Now the institu-
tion has an abundant supply of water for sewerage and fire pro-
tection, which will add to the health of the place and protec-
tion of the property.
The report of the Superintendent shows that the Asylum
is so crowded that no more patients can be accommodated
there, which will necessitate the placing of the patients in
charge of private parties, unless the State goes to the expense
of erecting additional,buildings, which I think would be bet-
ter than to commit the patients to individuals, because, in the
first place, it costs more to have them in the charge of individ-
uals than to keep them in the Asylum, and in the second
place, when placed in charge of private parties, as a rule
they receive no medical treatment, and consequently there is
no hope that their condition will be improved, and it may be
that these unfortunate people are sometimes taken charge of
by parties solely for the dollars and cents they receive for
such services.
MILITARY.
The military should not, as heretofore, be dependant upon
the railroad companies for free transportation, or upon the
charity of the citizens where the annual encampments are held,
but should be provided with transportion, commissary and
quartermaster's stores, by the State, whereby they may be
made comfortable and independent, and not made to feel that
they are in any sense objects of charity.
At all times they have responded to:the call of duty, and
the people of the State ought to show their appreciation of this











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by providing them with everything necessary for their comfort
while in the line of duty. If the money can be spared for
that purpose, permanent quarters should be erected for the
accommodation of the troops at the annual encampments, but
if this cannot be done, at least a reasonably liberal appropria-
tion should be made for their support.
PENSIONS.
The amendment to the pension laws, passed by the last
Legislature has added largely to the pension roll, and the list
is growing almost daily. Some of these claims, I have reason
to believe, are fraudulent, but the Executive being a member
of all boards of State institutions, and having exclusive con-
trol of Direct War Tax Claims, he has not the time to devote
to the settlement of pension claims that should be devoted to
that subject, for which reason it is recommended that an act be
passed authorizing the appointment of a Commissioner of Pen-
sions with full power and means to settle all pension claims.
or that some three members of the Cabinet be constituted
a Board of Pension Commissioners, with like powers to
settle all such claims.
PRIZE FIGHTING.
During the last year a most disgraceful and brutal fight of
this character took place in the city of Jacksonville, and par-
ties who resort to this lautdable occupation as a means of mak-
ing a living without honest labor, are boasting that there is noi
law in this State to prevent such disgraceful contests, and
openly boast that another one will be pulled off at Jackson-
ville next September, but, gentlemen, you have it in your
power to prevent this by proper legislation.
I recommend that these prize fights, or glove contests, be
made felonies by statute, with such penalties attached as will
cause these thugs to respect the law, and to respect the law-
abiding, God-fearing people of the State in the pursuit of all
their rights as citizens.
The law should authorize sheriffs, and those acting in
their aid and assistance, when they have cause to believe that
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a prize fight or glove contest is about to take place
to enter any house or enclosure, or any other place
wherein they may have reason to believe such contest is to
take place, for the purpose of arresting those engaged or about
to engage therein. Also, that all persons who may be present
at such contest, in any wise aiding or abetting the same, by
betting thereon or by being present threat, shall be deemed
guilty of a felony, and upon conviction be punished the same
as the principals.
LOTTERIES.
There has been much said in the newspapers about a lottery
located at Port Tampa, as to the truth of which I have no knowl-
edge, but respectfully recommend that the law against lot-
teries be so amended as to clear that institution out of the
State, if here, and to prevent others being located in the State.
OFFICIAL IONDIS.
It frequently occurs that the bonds of officers in this State,
though perfectly good when given, afterwards become worth-
less, and there is no law requiring such officer to give a new
bond, and the security intended to be given the State or indi-
vidual, is defeated. It is recommended that in all such cases
the officers be required to give new or additional bonds.
The present system of redeeming tax sale lands is open to
serious objections, mainly that there is no sufficient check upon
the clerks of the circuit courts when lands are redeemed from
them. In more than one instance lands have been redeemed
at the clerk's office and no accounting for the same made to
the Comptroller by the clerk, and to obviate a repetition of
such acts I would suggest that the act allowing tax sale
lands to be redeemed from any officer other than the Comp-
troller be repealed.
The Comptroller recommends that a moderate sum of money
be appropriated "to advertise the State's resources" at the
Atlanta Cotton States and International Exposition, in which I
fully concur.
The placing of the costs of criminal prosecutions upon the
cofinties will enable the Legislature, without detriment to the











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:State's interests, to reduce the State tax one and a quarter
mills on the dollar, and I have no doubt you will make this
reduction
There are doubtless other subjects of public interest that
,will be brought before the Legislature, some of which have
been discussed by the press of the State, but these matters
you are familiar with and I feel satisfied that in dealing with
them you will be guided by what you conceive to be for the.
best interests of the State, and therefore make no recom-
mendation in regard thereto.
The reports of the different heads of departments have
"been submitted to you; and your attention is called specially
to recommendations of the Comptrbller and Commissioner of
Agriculture, with a recommendation for your favorable con-
sideration; and your favorable consideration is asked as to the
recommendations contained in the report of the State Health
Officer, and that of the Superintendent of the Insane Asylum.
Owing to the disasters that have fallen upon some sections
of the State and the stringency of the money market gen-
erally, the State authorities have advised the Tax Collectors
not to force collections by sale before August next. This ad-
vice, if acted upon, will enable the people in many instances
to raise money to meet their taxes who would not be able to
do so at present without sacrificing their property.
This advice was given the Tax Collectors upon the assumpi-
tiori that with strict economy there will be enough money on
hand to run the State government until Augnst or September.
But, in order that the people may be assisted as above in-
dicated, it will be necessary for the Legislature to practice
the strictest economy in everything. Cut off every unneces-
sary expense in every department of the State government,
and by so doing you will enable the poor people of the State
to make something to pay their taxes with before their prop-
erty will be sold by the Tax Collector.
This you can do-the responsibility rests with you.
H. L. MITCHELL.











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STATEMENT OF FINES REMITTED
AND REPRIEVES, PARDONS AND COMMUTATIONS GRANTED'),
SINCE TIE CONVENTION OF TIE REGULAR SESSION
OF TIIH LEGISLATURE APRIL 4T11, 1893.



74. WILEY SHINGLE-Convicted of the crime of murder
in the first degree at the Fall Term of tha Circuit Court held
in and for Marion county, A. D. 1892, and sentenced to be
hanged. Sentence commuted to imprisonment at hard labor
in the State's prison for the term of his natural life, on April
1, 1893.
75. MILES WILSON--Convicted of murder in the first de-
gree at the Fall Term of the Circuit Court held in and for
Alachua county, A. D. 1892, and sentenced to be hanged.
Sentence commuted to imprisonment at hard labor in
the State's prison for the term of his natural life, on May 6,
1893.
76. KENNETH EVERETT-Convicted of the crime of rape
at the Fall Term of the Circuit Court held in and for Escam-
bia county, A. D. 1892, and sentenced to imprisonment at hard
labor in the State's prison for the term of his natural life.
Granted a full and free pardon June 8, 7893.
77. FRANK REEVES-Convicted at the Spring Term of the
Circuit Court held in and for Wakulla county, A. D, 1893, of
larceny of a domestic animal, and sentenced to confinement at
hard labor in the State's prison for the term of three months.
Granted a full and free pardon June 16, 1893.
78. WILLIAM WooDRUFF-Convicted of murder in the
first degree at the Fall Term, A. D. 1892, of the Circuit Court
held in and for Polk county,' and sentenced to be hanged.
Commuted to confinement at hard labor in the State's prison
for the term of his natural life, July 17, 1893.
79. C. PANo-Convicted of larceny before a justice of the
peace court held at Fernandina August, 1895, and fined $15
and costs, the same having been paid. Granted a full and free
pardon July 17, 1893.
80. GILES ENGLIs--Convicted of murder in the first de-
gree at the Fall Term, A. D. 1892, of the Circuit held in and
for Brevard county and sentenced to be hanged. Sentence corn--











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muted to confinement at hard labor in the State's prison for the
term of his natural life, July 17, 1893.
81. REUBEE DAwsoN-Convicted of an assault with in-
tent to kill at the Fall Term, A. D. 1879, of the Circuit Court
held in and for Liberty county, and sentenced to pay a fine of
$25 and costs, the same having been paid. Granted a full and
free pardon July 17, 1893.
82. NATHAN DAwsoN-Convicted at the Fall Term, A. D.
1879, of the Circuit Court held in and for Liberty county, of
an assault with intent to kill and fined $25 and costs, the same
having been paid. Granted a full and free pardon July 17,
1893.
83. SANDY MACK-Convicted at the Spring Term A. D.
1889, of the Circuit Court held in and for Clay county, of the
crime of rape, and sentenced to confinement at hard labor in
the State's prison for the term of his natural life. Granted a
full and free pardon July 17, 1893.
84. ALFRED COFFEE-Convicted at the Spring Term, A.
D. 1886, of the Circuit Court held in and for Madison county,
of murder in the second degree, and sentenced to confinement'
at hard labor in the State's prison for the term of his natural
life. Granted a full and free pardon July 17, 1893.
85. CHt:ARLE WESCOTT-Convicted at the Fall Term, A.
D. 1?92, of the Circuit Court held in and for the county of
Leon, of the crime of murder in the first degree and sentenced
to be hanged. Sentence commuted to confinement at hard
labor in the State's prison for the term of his natural life, July
19, 1893.
86. EDWARD WALTON--Convicted at the June Term, A.
-D. 1893, of the County Criminal Court of Record for Duval-
.county, of the crime of enibezzlement and sentenced to a
term of six months in the chain gang of Duval county.
Sentence commuted to three months in said chain gang, Au-
gust 21, 1893.
87. MARCELLUS OLIvEn-Convicted at the Spring Term,
A. D. 1885, of the Circuit Court held in and for Orange
-county, of the crime of rape, and sentenced to confinement at
hard labor in the State's prison for the term of his natural life.
,Granted a full and free pardon September 21, 1993.
88. HENRY SHEFFIELD--Convicted at the Spring Term, A
D. 1893, of the Circuit Court held in and for Suwanne
county, of selling spirituous liquors unlawfully, and sentenced
to pay a fine of $150 and costs. Sentence commuted to pay-
ment of a fine of $50 and costs, September 21, 1893.













881. JOE PEACOCK-Convicted at the Spring Term, A. D-
1892, of the Circuit Court held in and for Walton county, of
the crime of murder in the first degree, and sentenced to be
hanged. Sentence commuted to confinement at hard labor in
the State's prison for the term of his natural life, September
23, 1893.
89. A. M. NolLEs-Convicted at July Term, A. D. 1892,
of the Criminal Court of Record of Escambia county, of liv-
ing in an open state of adultery, and sentenced to pay a fine
of $500 and costs, same having been paid. Fully restored to
all rights of citizenship, September 23d, 1893.
90. IonRls FALx--Convicted at justice of peace court
for First District of Monroe county, held June 17, 1892, of
larceny of a soda water box, and sentenced to pay a fine of
$10 and costs, same having been pain. Fully restored to all
rights of citizenship November 6, 1893.
91. TiOMrAs SuMNIERALLs-Convicted at the Fall Term,
A. D. 1892, of the Circuit Court held in and for De Soto
county, of an assault with intent to commit murder, and sen-
tenced to confinement at hard labor in the State's prison for
the tvrm of five years. Granted a full and free pardon No-
vember 6, 1893.
92. ROBERT WHEELEi-Convicted at the Spring Term, A.
D. 1892, of the Circuit Court held in and for Jefferson county,
of an assault with intent to commit murder, and sentenced to
confinement at hard labor in the State's prison for one year.
Granted a full and free pardon, to take effect December 20,
1893, on November 6, 1893.
93. B. T. BoiD-Convicted at the June Term, A. D. 1892,
"of the Circuit Court held in and for Lafayette county, of "'lar-
ceny after trust," and sentenced to pay a fine of $100 and
costs of court. Granted a pardon conditioned upon the pay-
ment of a fine of fifty dollars and costs of court within thirty
(lays.
94. W. -. K. Bass--Convicted at the Spring Term, A.D.
1891, of the Circuit Court held in and for Taylor' county, of
larceny, and sentenced to pay a fine of $100 and one half costs
of the court. Fine and costs remitted, and full pardon granted
November 6, 1893.
95. ALEXANDEI BAss-Convicted at the Spring Term, A.
D. 1891, of the Circuit Court held in and for Taylor county,
of larceny and sentenced to pay a fine of $100 and one half of
costs of court. Fine and costs remitted, and full pardon grant-
ed November 6, 1893.












96. JOHN CRoFT-Convicted at the Fall Term, A. D. 1893,
of the Circuit Court'held in and for Bradford county, (f the
crime of "interfering with a railroad track," and sentenced to
confinement at hard labor in the State's prison for the term
of one year. Full and free pardon granted, to take effect
March 7, 1894, conditioned upon his continued good behavior
until that date, on December 14, 1893.
97. WESLEY DrG'ER--Convicted at the Fall Term, A. D.
1893, of the Circuit Court held in and for Bradford county, of
the crime of "interfering with a railroad track," and sentenced
to confinement at hard labor in the State's prison for the term
of one year. Full and free pardon granted, to take effect
March 7, 1894, conditioned upon his continued good behavior
until that date, on December 14, 1893.
98. WILLLIT SIIEPPARD-Convicted at the Spring Term,
A. D. 1893, of the Circuit Court of Leon county, of the crime
of "carnally knowing a female under the age of sixteen years,"
and sentenced to confinement in the county jail of Leon county
for the term of one year. Unexpired portion of the sentence
remitted December 14, 1893.
99. OLIVER BELL-Convicted at the Fall Term, A. D. 1893,
of the Circuit Court held in and for Gadsden county, of the
crime of murder in the first degree, and sentenced to be
hanged. Commuted December 16, 1893, to confinement at
hard labor in the State's prison for the term of his natural
life.
100. IENRY ALBRITTON-Convicted at the Spring Term,
A. D. 1893, of the Circuit Court held in and for Polk county,
of "larceny of a domestic animal, to-wit: a cow," and sen-
tenced to confinement at hard labor in the State's prison for
the term of one year. Granted a fulland free pardon Decem-
ber 16, 1893.
101. J. C. WALLACE-Convicted at the Fall Term, A. D.
1893, of the Circuit Court held in and for Osceola county, of
the crime of libel, and sentenced to pay a fine of $50 and costs.
Commuted to payment of a fine of $25 and costs, provided
same be paid within thirty days, or by the 5th, day of Febru
ary, 1894.
102. DAVID S VAMEL-Convicted at the Spring Term, A.
D. 1883, of the Circuit Court held in and for Suwannee county,
of the crime of "'assault with intent to commit a rape," and sen-
tenced to confinement at hard labor in the State's prison for a
term of ten years. Having served the full term of said sen-
tence was restored to citizenship February 22; 1894.













103. Louis C. CHEnrIER-Convicted at the Spring Term,
A. D. 1888, of the Circuit Court held in and for Duval county,
*of the crime of assault with intent to commit rape, and sen-
tenced to confinement at hard labor in the State's prison for
the term of his natural life. Granted a full and free pardon
March 10, 1894.
104. JAMES D. TALKER-Convicted at the September
Term, A. D. 1893, of the Criminal Court of Record of Orange
county of cattle stealing, and sentenced to confinement at
hard labor in the State's prison for a term of six months.
Granted a full and free pardon.
105. T. J. MADDox-Convicted at the Spring Term, A. D.
1893, of the Circuit Court of De Soto county of "aggravated
assault" and sentenced to pay a fine of $250 and costs. Granted
:a full and free pardon, March 10, 1894.
106. HENRY W. METCALF-Convicted at the May Term of
the Criminal Court of Record of Orange county of "lewd and
lascivious cohabitation" and fined $250 and costs, same having
been paid, was restored to all rights of citizenship March 24,
1894.
107. LOVELACE B. BROWNC-Convicted at the Spring Term,
A. D. 1892, of the crime of murder in the second degree, and
sentenced to confinement at hard labor in the State's prison
for the term of his natural life. Sentence commuted to con-
finement at hard labor in the State's prison for a term of five
years from his receipt therein, April 13, 1894.
108. 'A-os NiCIIOLs-Convicted at the July Term,
A. D. 1892, of the Criminal Court of Record of
Escambia county of the crime of aggravated as-
sault and sentenced to confinement in the county jail
.of Escambia county for one year, said sentence beginning
at the expiration of a preceding sentence for same period of
time. Granted a full and free pardon, with remission of the
costs in the case April 13, 1894.
109. BIrTT NicHoLs-Convicted at the July Term of the
Criminal Court of Record of Escambia county, A. D. 1892, of
the crime of aggravated assault and sentenced to confinement
in the county jail of Escambia county for the period of one
year, beginning from the expiration of a preceding sentence
for same period. Granted a full and free pardon with remis-
sion of the costs in the case April 13, 1894.
110. JOHN A. BoY--Convicted at the Fall Term, A. D.
1893, of the Circuit Court of DeSoto county, of larceny of a
domestic animal and sentenced to confinement at hard labor













for period of two years in the State's prison. Granted a full
and complete pardon April 13, 1894.
111. BEN DANSiY-Convicted at the Spring Term, A. D.
"1894, of the Circuit Court of Madison county, of fraudulently
marking an unmarked animal and sentenced to confinement at
hard labor in the State's prison for term of three months and
to pay $50.12 costs of Court. Granted a full and free par-
don May 16, 1894.
112. M. J. PRESTON--Convicted at the October Term,
A. D. 1892, of the Criminal Court of Record of Duval county,
of the crime of libel, and sentenced to pay a fine of $500 and
costs. Sentence commuted to payment of fine of $50 and
costs May 29, 1894.
113. ALIERT IR:vINE--Convicted at the Fall Term, A. D.
1893, of the Circuit Court of Madison county of the crime of
assault with intent to rape and sentenced to confinement at
hard labor in the State's prison for a term of ten years and
payment ;of 838.10 costs. Granted a full and free pardon
June 29, 1894.
114. SHERMAN X HRNE-Convicted at the Fall Term, A.
D. 1891 of the Circuit Court of Washington county, of the
crime of manslaughter in the second degree and sentenced to
-confinement at hard labor in the State's prison for the term of
seven years. Unexpired portion of sentence remitted June
".29, 1894.
115. Sil:\EL COHEN-Convicted at the Spring Term,-A.
1). 1893, of the Circuit Court of Marion county, of the crime
*of manslaughter and sentenced to imprisonment in the State's
prison for a term of four years. Granted a full and free par-
ldon June 29, 1894.
116. J. J. M. OVERSTrcEET-Convicted at the Fall Term,
A. D. 1892, of the Circuit Court of DeSoto county, of selling
liquors, without license, and sentenced to pay a fine of $600
and costs, having paid $300, the remainder of said fine, $300,
*was remitted, provided he pays the costs, June 29, 1894.
117. WILLIAM SMITrH--Convicted at the Fall Term, A. D.
1889, of the Circuit Court of Marion County, of larceny of a
,domestic animal, and sentenced to confinement at hard labor
in the State's prison for a term of one year, having served out
said sentence, was restored to rights of citizenship July 27,
1894.
118. DAVID lOL.LAND-Convicted at the Spring Teim of
"Circuit Court of Levy county, A. 1). 1885, of crime of breaking
.and entering a building in the night time with intent to coni-










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mit a misdemeanor and sentenced to confinement at hard labor-
in the State's prison for one year, having. served out such sen-
tence, was fully restored to all rights of citizenship July 27,
1894.
119. JAMES RWIN r III)DDEN--Convicted at the Spring-
Term of the Circuit Court of Sumpter county, A. D. 1889, of
murder in the first degree, and sentenced to confinement in
the State's prison for the term of his natural life. Sentence
commuted to a term of eight years, to expire March 15, 1897,
on July 27, 1894.
120. FRANK THO-MAs-Convicted at the Spring Term, A.-
D. 1892, of the Circuit Court of Hillsborough county of assault
with intent to murder, and sentenced to confinement in the
State's prison for the term of two years at hard labor, having
served out said sentence, was fully restored to all rights of
citizenship July 27, 1894.
121. CHARLES C. COCHRAN[ -Convicted at the Spring
Term, A. D. 1893, of the Circuit Court for. Polk county, for
"counterfeiting the coin of the United States and sentenced to
confinement at hard labor in the State's prison for the term of
five years. Granted a full and free pardon July 27, 1894.
122. HIRAM ALLEX-Convicted at the Fall Term of the
Circuit Court, A. D. 1892, of DeSoto county, of larceny of a
hog, and sentenced to confinement at hard labor in the State's
prison for one year, having served out such sentence, was fully
restored to rights of citizenship August 13, 1894.
123. A. J: LEWIs-Convicted before a justice of the peace
in Taylor county, May 1, A. D. 1892, of larceny and sentenced
to pay a fine of $15 and costs, was restored to rights of citi-
zenship August 13, 1894.
124. GREENE W. HODGE-Convicted at the Fall Term, A.
D. 1890, of the Circuit Court of Marion county of manslaughter
in the third degree and sentenced to confinement at hard labor
in the State's prison for the term of two years and six months,
having served out such sentence, was restored to all rights of
citizenship August 13, 1894.
125. MEEKIN SA'P-Convicted at the Spring Term, A. D.
1884, of the Circuit Court of Manatee county, of larceny of a
domestic animal and sentenced to confinement at hard labor
for six months in the State's prison, having served out such.
sentence, was fully restored to rights of citizenship August 13,,
1894.
126. JOSEPH A. IIINTON-Convicted at the Spring Term,
A. D. 1890, of the Circuit Court for Hamilton county, of as-












sault with intent to murder and sentenced to pay a fine of
$500 and costs of the court. $300 of said fine and the costs
having been remitted at previous date, was fully restored to
all rights of citizenship September 18, 1894.
127. GEORGIA ANN AnnoTT-Convicted at the Fall Term,
A. D. 1881, of the Circuit Court of Madison county, of the
crime of murder, and sentenced to confinement in the State's
prison for the term of her natural life. Granted a full and
free pardon November 19, 1894.
128. J. C. ANDERSON-Convicted at the July Term, A.D,
1894, of the Criminal Court of Record of Duval County, of
malicious mischief and sentenced to six months' confinement
at hard labor in the county jail of said county and a fine of
$250, or in default of payment of said fine, to an additional
term of three months in the county jail. Fine remitted No-
vember 23, 1894, and full and free pardon granted him on ex-
piration of the six months' imprisonment.
129. HENRY SIrs-Convicted at the Spring Term, A. D:
1889, of the Circuit Court held in and for Jackson county, of
the crime of an attempt to commit murder by poison, and
sentenced to. confinement at hard labor in the State's prison
for a term of twenty years. Granted a full and free pardon,
November 23, 1894.
130. WATLTER II. LANGFORID-Convicted at the February
Term, A. D. 1894, of the Criminal Court of Record for Es-
cambia county, of the crime of uttering forged instruments,
and sentenced on two indictments for eighteen months each
at hard labor in the State's prison. Said sentence remitted
November 23, 1894, and he granted a full and free pardon to
take effect upon the expiration of a twelve month's sentence-
in the county jail of Escambia county, then unexpired.
131. HIRAM S. HODGEs-Convicted at the June Term, A
D. 1893, of the County Criminal JCourt of Record of Lake,
County, of bigamy and sentenced to confinement at hard
labor in the State's prison for a term of two years. Granted
a full and complete pardon November 30, 1894.
132. WILIAM L. BROWNING-Convicted at the Fall Term
of the Circuit Court, A. D. 1892, of Lee county, of the crime
of living in an open state of adultery, and sentenced to con-
finement at hard labor in the State's prison for the term of one
year, having served said sentence, was fully restored to all
civil rights thus forfeited, November 30, 1894.
133. JAMES McEwAN, Jn.-Convicted at the December
Term, A. D. 1893, of the Criminal Court of Record of Lake-











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county, of the crime of horse-stealing, and sentenced to con-
finement at hard labor in the State's prison for the term of
one year, having served said sentence, was fully restored to
civil rights thus forfeited, November 30, 1894.
134. JERRY WHIDDEN-Convicted at the Spring Term of
the Circuit Court of DeSoto county, A. D. 1894,,of the lar-
ceny of a cow, and sentenced to pay a fine of $300 and costs,
having paid said costs and $50 of said fine, the sentence was
commuted December 7, 1894, to payment of $100 in addition
to that already paid.
135. DAVE LovETT-Convicted at the Fall Term, A. D
189., of the Circuit Court of Duval county, of the crime of
murder in the first degree and sentenced to be hanged. Sen-
tence commuted December 7, 1894, to confinement at hard
labor in the States prison for the term of his natural life.
136. GEORGE BENJAMIN-COnvicted at the June Term,
A. D. 1892, of the Criminal Court of Record for Putnam
county, of bigamy, and sentenced to confinement at hard
labor in the State's prison for the term of three years, sen-
tence commuted December 7, 1894, so as to expire on the
morning of December 24, 1894.
137. LEE IHOFMAN-Convicted at the Fall Term of the
Circuit Court, A. D. 1893, of Clay county, of embezzlement,
and sentenced to confinement at hard labor for a term of two
years in the State's prison, sentence commuted so as to expire
on the morning of December 24, 1894, on December 7, 1894.
138. JouN DANIELs-Convicted at the November Term,
A. D. 1893, of the Criminal Court of Record of Hillsborough
county, of the crime of breaking and entering a building in
the night-time, and sentenced to confinement at hard labor in
"the State's prison for the term of two years. Granted a full
and free pardon December 20, 1894.
139. HARDY PHILLIPs-Convicted at the Fall Term, A. D.
1891, of the Circuit Court of Suwannee county, of murder in
the first degree, and sentenced to be hanged, which sentence
was subsequently, to-wit: On September 23, 1891, commuted
to eight years confinement at hard labor in the State's prison.
Granted a full and free pardon December 20, 1894.
140. TarCK alias ANNA FORRESTER-Convicted at the
Spring Term, A. D. 1887, of the Circuit Court of Jackson
county, of murder, and sentenced to confinement at hard
labor .in the State's prison for the term of her natural life.
Granted a full and free pardon January 4, 1895.











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141. B. B. Ross-Convicted at the July Term, A D.
1894, of the Criminal Court of Record of Orange county of
the crime of breaking and entering a building with intent to
commit a misdemeanor, and sentenced to confinement in the
State's prison at hard labor for two terms of one year each
on two different counts, sentence commuted so as to remit
last year of said sentence January 4, 1895.
142. G(EORGI W. WHITEIURST-Convicted at the Fall
Term of the Circuit Court, A. D. 1890, of Jefferson county,
of the crime of breaking and entering a building with intent
to commit larceny, and sentenced to confinement in the State's
prison at hard labor for the term of twenty years. Granted
a full and free pardon January 4, 1895.
143. LIP, PETERSON-Convicted at the Fall Term, A. D.
1884, of the Circuit Court of Suwannee county, of the crime
of carnally knowing and abusing a female child under 10
years of age, and sentenced to confinement in the State's
prison at hard labor for the term of his natural life. Granted
a full and free pardon January 4, 1895.
144. BURNNEY SAMs-Convicted at the October Term, A.
D. 1887, of the Criminal Court of Record of Duval county,.
of the crime of robbery, and sentenced to confinement at
hard labor in the State's prison for ten years. Granted a full
and free pardon January 4, 1895.
145. GEORGE M. VAN Hon---Convicted at the Fall Term,
A. D. 1894, of the Circuit Court of Franklin county, of the
crime of murder in the second degree, and sentenced to con-
finement at hard labor in the State's prison for the term of
his natural life. Granted a full apd free pardon January 18,
1895.
146. DANIEL L. BuYAN-T-Convicted at the Spring Term,
A. D. 1894, of the Circuit Court of Marion county, of the
crime of murder in the first degree, and sentenced to be
hanged. Sentence commuted January 18, 1895, to confine-
ment at hard labor in the State's prison for the term of his
natural life.
147. W. W. LAVINE-Convicted at the justice of the
peace court for the Sixth District of Hillsborough county,
held November 3, A. D. 1889, of larceny, and flield $5 and
costs; said fine and costs having been paid, was granted a full
and free pardon January 18, 1895.
148. HARnY QUINN-Convicted at the November Term
of the Criminal Court of Record of Hillsborough county, A.
D. 1893, of an assault with intent to rape, and sentenced to













confinement at hard labor in the State's prison for the term of
five years. Granted a full and free pardon February 1, 1895.
149. GEORGE W. REYNO.Ds-Convicted at the Spring
Term of the Circuit Court, "A. D. 1894, of Baker county, of
manslaughter in the third degree, and sentenced to confine-
ment at hard labor in the State's prison for the term of three
years. Sentence commuted February 1, 1895, so as to expire 4
-March 1, 1895.
150. ELI AnDAr-Convicted at the Fall Term, A. D.
1887, of the Circuit Court of Santa Rosa county, of murder
in the second degree, and sentenced to confinement in the
State's prison at hard labor for the term of his natural life.
Granted a full and free pardon, February 1, 1895.
151. GEORGE BosTIc-Convicted at the fourth justice of
the peace district court of Marion county, October 18, 1878,
of larceny, and fined $5 and costs. Same having been paid,
was restored to all rights of citizenship February 1, 1895.
152. Louis Con--Convicted at the Fall Term, A. D.
1893, of the Circuit Court of Leon county, of assault with in-
tent to commit murder, and sentenced to confinement at hard
labor in the State's prison for a term of two years. Granted
a full and free pardon February 22, 1895.
153. HENRIETTA LARIZ-Convicted at the January Term,
A. D. 1895, of the Criminal Court of Record of Hillsborough
county, of perjury, and sentenced to confinement at hard
labor in the State's prison for a term of three months. Sen-
tence commuted March 22, 1895, to confinement in the county
jail of Hillsborough county'for three months.

REPRIEVES.
54. MILES WILsoN-Convicted at the Fall Term, 1893, of
the Circuit Court for Alachua county, of murder and sentenced
to be'hanged on April 5, 1893, was respited April 3, 1893, un-
til April 22, 1893, and again on April 21, until May 8, 1893.
Sentence commuted May 6, 1893, to imprisonment at hard
labor in the State's prison for life.
55. DAN BaYANT-Convicted atthe Spring Term, 1894, of
the Circuit Court for Marion county, of murder and sentenced
to be hanged on January 9, 1895, was respited January 2, 1895,
until February 8, 1895. Sentence commuted January 18,
1895, to imprisonment at hard labor in the State's prison for
life.











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56. GRANT GRIFIN--Convicted at the Fall Term, 1894, of
"the Circuit Court for Alachua county, of murder and sentenced
to be hanged on February 27; 1895, was respited February 23,
1895, until March 20,1895, and again on March 18, until April
10, 1895.
Which was read.
Mr. Sullivan, of Escambia, offered the following Resolu-
tion:
House Resolution No. 10:
Be it Resolved, That when any bill is presented to the
House of Representatives that is private in its nature, the
parties interested in such bill shall deposit with the Clerk
funds sufficient to pay for the printing of such bill;
"Which was read.
Mr. Harp, of Putnam, moved to lay the resolution on the
"table;
Upon which motion the yeas and nays were called for.
The vote was:
Yeas-Messrs Bates, Brady, Carpenter, Gaskins, Godwin,
Groover, Harp, Harris, Herndon, Higginbotham, Knowles,
Latham, McCall, McCreary, McIntosh, McSween, Raker, Rob-
-erts, Sanders, Skinner, Whitner, Wills.-23.
Nays-Bates, Ballard, Bennett, Bowles, Brown, Chapman,
*Christie, Clark of Jefferson, Clark of Lafayette, Daily, Dancy,
Dickson, Drew, Ellis, Finlayson, Gilchrist, Gregory, Healey,
Hend.y, High, Kelley, Mays. McAlilly, McAlpin, Moore,
Mosely, Nelson, Peacock, Pinkham, Plummer, Rees, Sewell,
Shaffer, Sloane, Smith, Stone, Sullivan, Thayer, Tucker, Van-
ness, Wade, Wall. Wells, Wilder, Zin, Mr. Speaker.-43.
So the motion was not agreed to.
Mr. Wells, of Washington, offered the following amend-
ment to the Resolution:
That all Bills creating corporations, or in the interest of in-
dividuals, the incorporation or individual shall deposit with
the Clerk of the House sufficient funds to cover the entire ex-
pense of the same before the bill shall be presented.
Mr. Harris, of Monroe, moved to lay the amendment on the
table.
Which was agreed to.
Mr. Hendry, of Lee, offered the following amendment:
Amendment to House Resolution No. 10:
Provided, however, the party shall not be forced to pay
such expense unless the printing is ordered by the parties.
Mr. Harris, of Monroe, moved to lay the amendment on the
.table.













Which was agreed to.
Upon the adoption of the original resolution lthe yeas and
nays were ordered.
The vote was:
Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Balltard, Bennett, Christie,
Daily, Dickson, Gregory, Healey, High, Pinkham, Skinner,
Stone, Sullivan, Thayer, Wells, Zim.-16.
Nays-Messrs. Bates, Bowles, Brady, Brown, Carpenter,.
Chapman, Clark, of Jefferson, Clark, lof Lafayette, Dancy,
Drew, Ellis, Finlayson, Gaskins, Gilchrist, Godwin, Groover,
Harp, Harris, Hendry, Herndon, Hiiginbotham, Kelley,
Knowles, Mays, MeAlilly, McAlpin, McCall, McCreary, Mc-
Intosh, McSween, Moore, Mosely, Nelson, Peacock, Plummer,
Raker, Rees, Roberts, Sanders, Sewell, Shaffer, Sloane, Smith,
Tucker, Vanness, Wade, Wall, Whitner, Wilder, Wills.-50.
So the resolution was not adopted.
Mr. Wilder, of Hillsborough, offered the following resolu-
tion:
House Resolution No. 11.
Be it Resolved, That smoking is strictly prohibited in the
House of Representatives while in session.
Mr. Healey, of Volusia, moved to amend the resolution by
adding after the word smoking the words chewing to-
bacco."
On motion, the amendment was laid on the table.
The original resolution was, on motion of Mr. Wilder,
adopted.
INTRDUi ACTION OF BILLS.
By Mr. McCreary, of Alachua,
House Bill No. 1:
To be entitled an act for the relief of the several counties in,
the State of Florida.
On motion, the rules were waived by a two-thirds vote, and
the bill was read the first time by its title.
By Mr. McCleary, of Alachua,
House Bill No. 2:
To be entitled an act to provide for the registration of le-
gally qualified voters in the several counties of the State of
Florida and to provide for elections generally, and for the re-
turns of elections and to provide for the payment of a capita-
tion poll tt'x as a prerequisite for voting and prescribing the
duties of tax collectors and supervisors of registration in re-
lation thereto.
On motion, the rules were waived by a two-thirds vote, and
the bill was read the first time by ius title.



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Mr. Christie, of Leon offered the following resolution:
Resolved, That all bills presented between this time and ad:.
journment at one o'clock to-day, that the rules be waived and
read by their title only.
On motion of Mr. Harris, of Monroe, the resolution was,
laid on the table.
By Mr. McCreary, of Alachua,
House Bill No. 3.
A Billl to be entitled an act to rapeal an act entitled "An
act to authorize the appointment of a State Inspector of Illum-
inating Oils and Fluids, and to define his duties."
On motion the rules were waived by a two-thirds vote, and
the Bill was read first time by its title.
By Mr. Stone, of Calhoun:
House Bill No. 4-
To be entitled at act to repeal certain sections of the revised
statutes of the State of Florida, in relation to electors and
elections, office and officers, qualifications and registration of
voters, holding elections and ascertaining the the result there-
of.
On motion the rules were waived by two-third vote, and
bill was read first time by its title.
On motion of Mr. Clark, of Jefferson, the House took a re-
cess until 4 p. m.



4 O'CLOCK P. 1M.
The House resumed its session.
The roll being called, the following meml ers answered to-
their names:
Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Bates, Ballard, Bennett, Bowles,
Brady, Brown, Carpenter, Chapman, Christie, Clark of Jeffer-
son, Clark of Lafayette, Daly, Dancy, Dickson, Drew, Ellis,
Finlayson, Gaskins, Gilchrist, Godwin, Gregory, Groover,
Harp, Harris, Healey, Hendry, Herndon, Higginbothan, High,
Kelley, Knowles, Latham, Mays, McAlilly, McAlpin, Mc-
Call, McCreary, Mclntosh, McSween, Moore, Moseley, Pea-
cock, Plummer, Raker, Rees,,Roberts, Sanders, Sewell, Shaf-
fer, Skinner, Sloane, Smith, Stone, Sullivan, Thayer, Tucker,,
Vanness, Wade, Wall, Wells, Whitner, Wilder, lWills, Zim.
-65.
A quorum present.
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nThe House resumed the introduction bills.
fy Mr. Groover, of Columbia:
"House Bill No. 5:
To be entitled an act to repeal chapter 4161, acts of 1893,
entitled an act to appoint Inspectors of Weights and Meas-
Twres and for other purposes.
On motion, the rules were waived by a two-thirds vote,
:and the bill read the first time by its title.
Ily Mr. Knowles, of Columbia:
House Bill No. 6:
To be entitled an act to amend Sections 1 and 2 Chapter
4120, entitled an act to prescribe compensation to be paid
jurors and witnesses serving in the courts of this State.
(On motion, the rules were waived by a two-thirds vote and
the bill read the first time by its title.
By Mr. Groover, of Columbia.
'lrouse Bill No. 7-
To be entitled at act to repeal Chapter 4160, Acts of 1893,
e titled an act for the appointment of a State Inspector of
Illuminating Oils, etc.
On motion the rules were waived by a two-thirds vote, and
the bill read the first time by its title.
By Mr. Gilchrist, of DeSoto.
ITouse Bill No. 8:
A Bill to be entitled an act relating to fraudulent con-
Voevances.
"Upon motion tihe rules were waived by a two-thirds vote,
and the bill read the first time by its title.
By Mr-. Gilchrist, of Desoto.
IIouse Bill No. 9:
A bill to be entitled at act, relating to the indexing of all
instruments of writing hereafter recorded, referring to real
estate.
On motion, the rules were waived by a two-thirds vote, and
the bill read the first time by its title,
By Mr. Gilehrist, of DeSoto.
House Bill No. 10:
'A bill to be entitled an act to prescribe the date when taxes
on real and personal property are due and the date after which
such taxes shall be collected by sale, and to authorize the Gov-
,ernor to postpone such sales.
Upon motion, the rules were waived by a two-thirds vote,
.and the bill read the first time by its title.
By Mr. Gilchrist, of DeSoto.
House Bill No. 11.
To be entitled an act to amend paragraph two,, Section 1,-











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"272 of the Revised Statutes of Florida relating to special
order operating as a supersedeas.
On motion the rules were waived by a two-thirds vote, and
the bill read the first time by its title.
By Mr. Gilchrist, of DeSoto.
House Bill No. 12:
To be entitled an act to amend Section 858 of the Revised
Statutes of Florida relating to the registration and qualifica-
tion of electors at local elections concerning the sale of
liquors.
On motion the rules were waived by a two-thirds vote, and
the bill read the first time by its title.
By Mr. Dancy, of Duval:
House Bill,No. 13:
To be entitled an act to incorporate the Florida Jockey
Club and State Fair Association, and to confer certain priv-
ileges.
On motion, the rules were waived by a two-thirds vote, and
"the bill was read the first time by its title.
By Mr. Sullivan, of Escambia:
House Bill No. 14:
To be entitled an act for the regulation of practice in the
'Supreme Court of Florida.
On motion, the rules were waived by a two-thirds vote, and
the bill was read the first time by its title.
By Mr. Bates, of Gadsden:
'House Bill No. 15:
To be entitled an act to repeal chapter 4160, Laws of Flor-
"ida, approved June 3, 1893.
On motion, the rules were waived by a two-thrids vote, and
the bill was read the first time by its title.
By Mr. Bates, of Gadsden.
House Bill No. 16:
A bill to be entitled an act to repeal Chapter 14, of the Re-
vised Statutes, Laws of Florida.
On motion, the rules were waived by a two-thirds vote, and
the bill read the first time by its title. t
By Mr. Bennett, of Lake.
House Bill No. 17:
A bill to be entitled an act to amend Chapter 4049, of the
Revised Statutes of the State of Florida, entitled an act for
the preservation of wild deer, birds and other game.
On motion, the rules were waived by a two-thirds vote, and
the bill read first time by its title.
By Mr. Bennett, of Lake.
House bill No. 18:













A bill to amend Section 174 of the Revised Statutes, being
an amendment to the election laws.
On motion, the rules were waived by a two-thirds vote and
the bill was read the first time by its title.
By. Mr. Sloan, of jLake:
House Bill No. 19.
To be entitled anActto Amend Section 16, Chapter 4192 of
the acts of 1893 of the Laws of Florida.
On motion the rules were waived by a two-thirds vote,
and the bill was read the first time by its title.
By Mr. Sloan, of Lake:
House Bill No. 20.
To be entitled an, act to protect the heirs or successors of
all persons insured in Life Insurance Companies doing busi-
ness in the State of Florida.
On motion, the rules were waived by a two-thirds vote, and
the bill was read the tirst time by its title.
By Mr. Brown, of Marion:
House Bill No.-21.
To be entitled an act to amend an act entitled an act to
amend an act entitled at act to incorporate the St. Johns.
River, Lake Weir and Gulf Railroad Company.
On motion, the rules were waived by a two-thirds vote, an"d
the bill read the first time by its title.
By Mr. Ballard, of Manatee:
House Bill No. 22:
A bill to be entitled an act for the protection of fish, oys-
ters and game.
On motion, the rules were waived by a two-thirds vote, and
the bill read the first time by its title.
By Mr. Ballard, of Manatee:
House Bill No. 23:
A bill to be entitled an act authorizing the payment of in-
terest on defaulting county warrants.
On motion, the rules were waived by a two-thirds vote, and
the'bill read the first time by its title.
By Mr. Whitner, of Orange:
louse Bill No. 24:
A bill to be entitled an act to incorporate Rollins College,
at Winter Park, Fla.
On motion, the rules were waived by a two-thirds vote, and
the bill was read the first time by its title.
By Mr. Wade, of Polk:
House Bill No. 25:
A bill to be entitled an act in relation to the prosecution of



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,certain offenses by the State in relation to the violation of
prohibition regulations.
On motion, the rules were waived by a two-thirds vote, and
the bill was read the first time by its title.
By Mr. Brady, of Polk.
House Bill No. 26 :
To be entitled an act to provide an honest and fair election
law for the people of Florida and to provide for a proper sys-
tem of registration of electors and for the manner in which
the elective franchises shall be exercised at elections.
On motion, the rules were waived by a two-thirds vote, and
the bill was read the first time by its title.
By Mr. Peacock, of Suwannee.
House Bill No. 27:
To be entitled an act to.repeal Chapter 4222, Laws of Flor-
ida, being an act to organize and establish a county court in
and for Suwannee county, and to provide for the compensa-
tion of the judge of said court and appointment of a prosecut-
ing attorney for said court, and to fix his compensation.
On motion, the rules were waived by a two-thirds vote, and
the bill was read the first time by its title.
By Mr. Harris, of Monroe:
House Bill No. 28:
A bill to be entitled an act to authorize and require the
,County Board of Public Instructinn of Monroe county to have
the English language taught in San Carlos public school. .
On motion, the rules were waived by a two-thirds vote, and
the bill was read the first time by its title.
By Mr. Harris, of Monroe:
House Bill No. 29:
A bill to be entitled an act to define and punish slander.
On motion, the rules were waived by a two-thirds vote, and
the bill was read the first time by its title.
The Speaker announced the appointment of the following
standing committees:

STANDING COMMITTEES.

Judiciary.
MR. CLARK, of Jefferson, Chairman.
Messrs. SULLIVAN, HARRIS,
REES, DREW,
WELLS, WILLS,
BRA)DY, ELLIS.













Finance and Taxation.
MR. LATH AM, Chairman..
Messrs. GASKINS, MAYS,
SANDERS, CHRISTIE,
DICKSON, WADE,
SMITH, SHAFFER,
Commerce and Navigation.
MR. HARRIS, Chairman.
Messrs. FINLAYSON, DALY,
DANCY, WILDE R,
MAHONEY, DREW.
"Railroads and Telegraph.
MR. HEALY, Chairman.
Messrs. BALLARD, MAYS,
BENNETT, DICKSON,
PLUMMER, WADE,
Corporations.
MR. SMITH, Chairman.
Messrs. WALL, ZIM,
CHAPMAN, CLARK, of Lafayette,
BOWLES, McCALL.
Constitutional Amendments.
Mr. SULLIVAN, Chairman.
Messrs. WELLS, CLARK, of Jefferson,
TREES, GILCHRIST.
Mining and Phosphate.
Mr. BRADY, Chairman.
Messrs. NELSON, BROWN,
HIGH, McCREARY,
PEACOCK, WILDER.
Public Printing.
Mr. CARPENTER, Chairman.
Messrs. FINLAYSON, GASKINS,
McCREARY, MAYS,
NELSON, REES.
Engrossed Bills.
Mr. ELLIS, Chairman.
Messrs. HIGGINBOTHAN,' GREGORY,
GASKINS, McINTOSH,
SKINNER, HENDRY.








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En o'led ils. *
Mr. I)ANCY, Chairlman.
Messrs. ELLIS, GROOVE,
1OBERWIS, TIIAYER.
State Institutions.
Mr. CHRHISTIE, Chairman.
Mesr.< tlOWVN, WHITNERI,
GIEGORI Y, SANDERS,
PINKITA1I, MrcSWEEN.



iMessrs. GILCII
CHAPA
IAKEI


Messrs, HAR1P,
WILLS.



Public Lands.
Mr. SEWELL, Chairman.
RTST, BOWLES,.
JAN, WALL,
1IGI.
Militia and State Troops.
Mr. GILCHRIST, Chairmaln.
BATES,
PINK HA31.1



1'rivileges and Elections.
Mr. REES, Chairman.
Messrs. WIIITNEI, I)ANCY,
McALILLY, SULLIVAN,.
GROOVER, THAYER.
Education.
Mr. BENNETT, Chairman.
Messrs. ELLIS, IIEALY,
CLARK, of Jefferson, GASKINS,.
WALL, WILDER,
WELLS, WADE.
Public Roads and Highways.
Mr. PLUMMER, Chairman.
Messrs. BENNETT, WALL,
McINTOSH, McALPIN,
HERNDON, MOORE.



Messrs. DREW
HENDI
SLOAN



Claims.
Mr. WILDER, Chairman.
, CHAPMAN,
".Y, McCREARY,
NELSON,
ZIM.











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City and County Organization.

Mr. ROBERTS, Chairman.
Messrs. DANCY, REES,
DALY, WILDER,
GREGORY, BALLARD.

Agriculture.



Messrs. HEALY,
DICKSON,
McSWEEN,



r. HARP, Chairman.
CHRISTIE,
WILDER,
PEACOCK.



Immigration.
Mr. BROWN, Chairman.
AMessrs. BOWLES, NELSON,
HENDRIY, IIGGINBOTHAN,
SANDERS, VANNESS,
WELLS.



Indian Affairs.



Mr. SLOAN, Chairman.
Messrs. WILLS, STONE,
SEWELL, KNOWLES.



Canals and Drainage.



Messrs. PINKHAM,
GASKINS,



IHENDRY, Chairman.
SMITH,
McCALL,



State Pensions.

Mr. WHITNER, Chairman.



-Messrs. TUCKER,
KNOWLES,
McCREARY,



DALY,
SLOAN,
RAKER.



Mdessrs. KNOWLES,
McSWEEN,



Appropriations.

r. MAYS, Chairman.
IIENDRY,
DREW.











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Fisheries.
Mr. THAYER, Chairman.
Messrs. CLARK, of Lafayette, MAHONEY,
FINLAYSON, GILCHRIST,
ZIM, McCALL.
Public IHealth.
Mr. DALY, Chairman.
Messrs. I HARRIS, GILCHRIST,
BALLARD, HEALY,
WHITNER, FINLAYSON,
MAYS.
Temperance.
Mr. Peacbck, Chairman.
Messrs. IIIGGINBOTHAN, SKINNER,
GROOVER, ZIM,
VANNESS, McALPIN,
GODWIN.

Census.
Mr. FINLAYSOIN, Chairman.
Messrs. PINKHAM, B1OWLES,
WILLS, HERNDON,
MOORE.



Rules.



Mr. DREW, CHAIRMAN.
Messrs. HEALY, BROWN,
CLARK, of Jefferson, .SULLIVAN.
Unfinished Business.
Mr. GASKINS, Chairman.
Messrs. TUCKER, NELSON,
HARP, CARPENTER.
Journals.

Mr. GREGORY, Chairman.
Messrs. CHRISTIE, HIGH,
McINTOSH, ROBERTS.











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Legislative Expenses.
Mr. WELLS, Chairman.
Messrs. CARPENTER, McCREAltY,
PL SUMMER, SLOAN,
CLARK, of Lafayette, MAHONEY.
On motion of Mr. Wall, of Putnam, the House adjourned
until 10 o'clock a. m. to-morrow.



THURSDAY, ARnIL 4, 1895.
The House of Representatives met pursuant to adjourn-
ment.
The Speakerin the Chair.
The roll being called the following members answered to
their names:
Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Bates, Ballard, Bennett, Bowles,
Brady, Brown, Carpenter, Chapman, Christie, Clark of
Jefferson, Clark of Lafayette, Daly, Dancy, Dickson,
Drew, Ellis, Finlayson, Gaskins, Gilchrist, Godwin, Greg-
ory, Groover, Harp, Harris, Healy, Hendry, Herndon,
Higginbothan, High, Kelley, Knowles, Latham, Mays,
McAlilly, McAlpin, McCill, McCreary, McIntosh, McSween,
Moore, Moseley, Nelson, Peacock, Pinkham, Plummer,
Raker, Rees, Roberts, Sanders, Sewell, Shaffer, Skinner,
Sloan, Smith, Stone, Sullivan, Thayer, Tucker, Wade, Wall,
Whitner, Wilder, Wills and Zim-65.
A quorum present.
Prayer by the Chaplain.
The Journal was approved.
Mr. Drew, the Chairman of the Committee on Rules, offered
the following report:
HON. W .S. JENNINGS,
Speaker of the House of .Representatives:
SIR--The Committee on Rules beg leave to report the fol-
lowing
STANDING RULES
OF THE
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.

OF THE DUTIES AND POWERS OF THE SPEAKER.
RULE 1. The Speaker shall take the chair every day at the
hour to which the House of Representatives shall have ad-



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journed, shall call the members to order, and on the appear-
ance of. a quorumnlshall proceed to business.
RULE 2. He shall preserve decorum and order, may speak to.
points of order in preference to other members, and shall de-
cide all questions of order, subject to appeal to the House of
Representatives by motion regularly seconded, and no other
business shall be in order till the question on the appeal shall
have been decided.
RULE 3. He shall declare all votes, but if any member rises
to doubt a vote the Speaker shall order a return of the num-
ber voting in the affirmative and in the negative, without any
further debate on the subject.
RULE 4. He shall rise to put a question, or to address the
House of Representatives, but may read sitting.
RULE 5. In all yea and nay votes the Speaker's name shall
be called last.
RULE 6. When the House of Representatives sha:l deter-
mine to go into a committee of the whole House of Repre-
sentatives, the Speaker shall appoint a member who shall take
the chair.
RULE 7. On all questions and motions whatsoever, the
Speaker shall take the sense of the House of Representatives
by yeas and nays, provided five of the members present shall
so require. When the yeas and nays are taken the roll of the
House of Representatives shall be called in alphabetical order,
and no member shall be allowed to vote who shall not be upon
the floor of the House of Representatives at the time his name.
is called, or before the roll-call is finished.
RULE 8. He shall propound all questions in the order in
which they are moved, unless the subsequent motion be pre-
vious in its nature, except that in naming sums, and fixing
times, the largest sums and the longest time shall be put first.
RULE 9. After a motion is stated or read by the Speaker it
shall be deemed to be in possession of the House of Repre-
sentatives, and shall be disposed of by vote of the House of
Representatives, but the mover may withdraw it at any time
before a decision or amendment, except a motion to recon-
sider, which shall not be withdrawn after the time has elapsed
within which it could be originally made.
RULE 10. When a question is under debate, the Speaker
shall receive no motion but to adjourn, to lay on the table, for
the previous question, to postpone to a day certain, to commit,
to amend or to postpone indefinitely, which several motions.
shall have precedence in the order in which they stand ar-
ranged, and a motion to strike out the enabling clause of a bill
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amendment to any subject under consideration be laid on the
table or postponed, such action shall not carry the subject
matter with it.
RULE 11. He shall consider a motion to adjourn as always
first in order; and that motion, and the motion to lay on the
table, to take up from the table, and for yeas and nays, shall
be decided without debate.
RULE 12. He shall put the previous question in the follow-
ing form: "Shall the main question be now put?" and all
debate upon the main question and pending amendments shall
be suspended until the previous question shall be decided.
After the adoption of the previous question, the sense of the
House of Representatives shall forthwith be taken on pending
amendments in their regular order, and then upon the main
question.
RULE 13. On the previous question there shall be no de-
bate.
Rutrm 14. When two or more members happen to rise at
once, the Speaker shall name the member who is first to speak.
RULE 15. All committees shall be appointed and announced
by the Speaker, unless otherwise specially directed by the
House of Representatives.
RULE 16. The Speaker shall have the right to name any
member to perform the duties of the chair; but such substitu-
tion shall not extend beyond an adjournment.
OF THE DUTIES, RIGHTS AND DECORUM OF THE MEMBERS.
RULE 17. Every member, when about to speak, shall rise
and respectfully address the Speaker; shall confine himself to
the question under debate, and avoid personality, and shall sit
down when he has finished. No member shall speak out of
his place, without leave of the. Speaker.
RULK 18. No member speaking shall be interrupted by an-
other, but by rising to call to order.
RULE 19. No member shall speak more than twice on one
question, without first obtaining leave of the House of Repre-
sentatives; nor more than once, until the other members who
have not spoken shall speak, if they desire it.
RULE 20. When a vote has passed, it shall be in order for
any member of the majority to move for a reconsideration
thereof on the same or the succeeding day, and such motion
(excepting in the last week of the session) shall be placed first
in the orders of the day for the day succeeding that on which
the motion is made; and when a motion for reconsideration is
decided, that decision shall not be reconsidered, and no ques-
tion shall be twice recosidered; Provided, however, That a











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motion to reconsider a vote, upon any collateral matter, shall
not remove the main subject under consideration fron before
the House of Representatives, but shall be considered at the
time when it is made.
RULE 21. Bills, resolves and other papers, except orders of
notice, in reference te which any member has a right to move
a reconsideration, shall remain in the possession of the Clerk
until the right of reconsideration has expired; Provided, That the
operation of this rule shall be suspended during the last week
of the session.
RULE 22. NO member shall be obliged to be on more than
two committees at the same time, nor chairman of more than
one.
RULE 23. No member shall be permitted to stand up to the
interruption of another, while any member is speaking, or to
pass unnecessarilybetween the Speaker of the House of Repre-
sentatives and the person speaking; nor shall any member be
permitted in the alleys, or the aera in front of the Chair during
the session of the House of Representatives.
RULE 24. Every member who shall neglect to give his at-
tendance in the House of Hepresentatives for more than six
days after the session commences, shall, on making his ap-
pearance therein, be held to render the reason of such neg-
lect; and in case the reason assigned shall be deemed by the
House of Representatives sufficient such member shall be en-
titled to receive pay for his travel, and not otherwise; and no
member shall be absent more than one day without leave of
the House of Representatives, and a vote of leave of absence
shall be inoperative, unless the member obtaining it shall avail
himself of it within five days.
Rti.E 25. When any member shall be guilty of a breach of
either of the rules and orders of the louse of Representa-
tives, he may be required by the House of Representatives, on
motion to make satisfaction therefore, and shall not be allowed
to vote or speak, except by way of excuse, till lie has done
so.
RULE 26 No member shall be permitted to vote, or serve
on any committee, in any question where his private right is
immediately concerned, distinct from the public interest.
RULE 27. Every member, who shall be in the House of Rep-
resentatives when a question is put, when he is not excluded
by interest, shall give his vote, unless the House of Represen-
tatives, for special reasons, shall excuse him. Any member
desiring to be so excused on any question shall niake applica-
tion to that effect before the calling of the yeas and nays; and
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reasons, and shall be decided without debate.
RULE 28. Every motion shall be reduced to writing, if the
Speaker shall so direct.
RULE 29. Any member may call for the division of a ques-
tion when the'sense will admit of it. A motion to strike out
and insert shall be deemed indivisible; but a motion to strike
out, being lost, shall neither preclude amendment nor a motion
to strike out and insert.
RULE 30. Motions and reports may be committed or recom-
mitted at the pleasure of the House of Representatives.
RULE 81. No motion or proposition of a subject different
from that under consideration shall be admitted under color of
amendment.
RULE 32. The unfinished business in which the House of
Representatives was engaged at the time of the last adjourn-
ment shall have the preference in the olrer of the day, next
after motions for reconsideration.
RULE 33. No rule or order of the House of Representatives
shall be dispensed with or repealed unless a majority of the
members present shall consent thereto.
RULE 34. When a vote is doubted, the members for or
against the question, when called on by the Speaker, shall rise
and'stand until they are counted.
RULE 35. All questions relating to the priority of business
to be acted upon shall be decided without debate.
RULE 36. When a motion is made to refer any subject, and
different committees shall be proposed, the question shall be
taken in the following order : A Standing. Committee of the
House of Representatives, a Joint Standing Committee, a Se-
lect Committee, a Joint Select Committee.
RULE 37. It shall be the duty of each member of the House
of Representatives, who moves that any Standing Committee
be instructed to inquire into the expediency of amending any
existing law or laws,.to point out the amendment which he
deems expedient, in writing, to accompany his motion, or to
furnish a written statement thereof to such committee, if by
them required.
RULE 38. No stranger shall be admitted to the seats of
members, or upon the floor of the House of Representatives,
without leave of the Speaker or consent of the House of Rep-
resentatives.
OF PETITIONS, MEMORIALS, ETC.
RIULE 39. All papers addressed to the House of Represent-
atives, except petitions, memorials, and remonstrances, shall
be presented by the Speaker, or a member in his place, and











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shall be read by the Speaker, Clerk, or such other person as
the Speaker may request, and shall be taken up in the order
in which they were presented, unless where the House of
Representatives shall otherwise direct.
RumE 40. Every member presenting to the House of Rep-
sentatives a petition, memorial, or remonstrance, shall endorse
his name thereon, with a brief statement of the nature and
object of the instrument, and the reading of the same from
the Chair shall, in all instances, be dispensed with, unless
specially ordered by the House of Representatives.
RULE 41. All reports, petitions, memorials, remonstrances,
and papers of a like nature, shall be presented during the first
hour ef each session of the House of Representatives, and at
no other time; and the Speaker shall call on the several divi-
sions, in regular succession for such paper.
RULE 42. All applications for the use of the House of Rep-
resentatives Chamber shall be made to, and decided upon by,
the Committee on Public Buildings, subject, however, to the
control and order of the House of Representatives.
ON BILLS, RESOLUTIONS AND GRANTS.
RULE 43." Every bill, and all resolutions of a public nature,
or for the appropriation of the public money, shall receive
three readings previously to the final passage of such bill or
resolution; and the Clerk shall give notice of each, whether it
be the first, second or third readings, which readings shall be
on three different days, unless two-thirds of the members
present shall decide otherwise.
RULE'44. All bills and resolutions when introduced shall be
written or printed without interlineations, on not less than one
sheet of paper, with suitable margins, and space between the
several sections.
RULE 45. At the second reading of any bill or resolution it
shall be in order for any member to move its commitment to a
Committee of the Whole House; to amend; that it lay on the
table; for its indefinite postponement; for its postponement to
a day certain not beyond the session; for its commitment to a
Standing Committee, or to a Select Committee; which mo-
tions shall have precedence in the order above stated.
IRULE 46. It shall be in order to amend the title of any bill
or resolution upon its second or third reading.
RULE 47. All bills or resolutions to be engrossed shall be
executed in a fair, round hand, and without erasure or inter-
lineations.
urLE 48. Before a bill or resolution requiring three read-
ings shall be read the third time, it shall be carefully engrossed,











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under the direction of the Committee on Engrossed Bills, and
upon the third reading of the bill or resolution it shall not be
committed or amended without the consent of two-thirds of
the members present.
RULE 49. When a bill or resolution shall have passed its:
third reading, it shall be certified by the lerk, .,endorsing
thereon the day of its passage, and be transmitted to the Sen-
ate, accompanied with a message stating the title of the bill or
resolution, and asking the concurrence of that body, and the
date its of transmission entered upon the Journal.
COMMITT'E":s-THIll 'I POwVEIS AN I DUTIES.
RUL-L 50. Bills committed to a Committee of the Whole
House of Representatives shall be read and debated; or
amended by clauses or sections, leaving the title or preamble
to be last considered. The body of said bill shall not be in-
terlined or defaced, but all amendments, noting the page and
line, shall be duly entered by the Clerk on separate paper, as
the same shall be agreed to by the committee, and so reported
to the House of Representatives. After report the bill shall
again be subject to be debated and amended by clauses or
sections.
RULE 51. It shall be the duty of the Committee on En-
rolled Bills to report at any time.
RULE 52. The following Standing Committees shall be ap-
pointed at the commencement of each session of the Legisla-
ture:
Judiciary, Claims,
Finance and Taxation, City and County Organization,
Commerce and Navigation, Agriculture,
Railroads and Telegraphs, Immigration,
Corporations, Indian Affairs,
Constitutional Amendments, Canals and Drainage,
Mining and Phosphate, State Pensions,
Public Printing, Appropriations,
Engrossed Bills, Fisheries,
Enrolled Bills, Public Health,.
State Institutions, Temperance,
Public Lands, Census and Apportionment;
Militia and State Troops, Rules,
Privileges and Elections, Unfinished Business,
Education, Journal,
Public Roads and Iighways, Public Buildings,
Legislative Expenses,
and each of those committees shall consist of not less than,
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RULE 53. All papers relative to any business before the
House of Representatives shall be left with the Clerk by any
member who shall obtain leave of absence, and may have any
such papers in his possession.
RULE 54. The chairman of any committee, except the
Standing Committees, who shall have business referred to
them, shall make report of their doings therein within four
days after such reference.
RULE 55. All committees may report by bill, resolve or
otherwise.
RULE 56. Messages shall be transmitted to the Governor or
Senate by the Clerk or Sergeant-at-Arms.


RULE 57-ORDER OF BUSINESS.
1. Reading of the Journal.
2. Correction of the Journal.
3. Introduction of memorials, petitions or other papers ad-
dressed to the House of Representatives or to the Speaker
thereof.
4. Introduction of resolutions and consideration of all reso-
lutions other than joint or concurrent resolutions.
5. Introduction of bills by call of counties.
6. Report of Standing Committees.
7. Report of Select Committees.


ORDERS OF THE DAY.
1. Select order of the day.
2. Consideration of bills and resolutions on their third read-
ing.
3. Consideration of bills and resolutions on their second
reading.
4. Consideration of messages from the Senate.
5. Consideration of bills and resolutions on their first read-
ing.
6. Consideration of communications from the Governor and
other papers addressed to the House of Representatives or the
Speaker thereof.
RULE 58. The rule of Parliamentary practice comprised in
Rules aid Practice, House of Representatives of the United
States, shall govern the House of Representatives in all cases
to which they are applicable, and in which they are not incon-
sistent with the Standing Rules, order of the House of Repre-
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sentatives, or the Joint Rules of the two branches of the
Legislature.

JOINT RULES.
Ruvl. 1. While bills are on their passage between the two
houses, they shall be on paper, and under signature of the
Secretary or Clerk of each house, respectively.
RULE 2 After a bill shall have passed botli houses, it shall
be duly enrolled on parchment by the Clerk of the House of
Representatives, or Secretary of the Senate, as the bill may
have originated in one or the other house, before it shall be
presented to the Governor of the State.
RULE 3. When bills are thus enrolled, they shall be exam-
ined by a joint committee of two from the Senate and two
from the House of Representatives, appointed as a standing
committee for that purpose, who shall carefully compare the
enrollment with the engrossed bill as passed by the two houses,
and correcting any errors that may be discovered in the en-
rolled bills, making their report forthwith to their respective
houses.
RULE 4. After examination and report, each bill shall be
signed in their respective houses-first by the Speaker of the
House of Representatives, then by the President of the Sen-
ate.
RULE 5. After a bill shall have been thus signed in each
House, it shall be presented by the said committee to the Gov-
ernor of the State for his approbation, it being first endorsed
on the back of the roll, certifying in which house the same
originated, which endorsement shall be signed by the Secre-
tary of the Senate or Clerk (as the case may be) of the- House
in which it did originate, and shall be entered on the journal
of each house. The said committee shall report the day of
presentation to the Governor, which time shall also be care-
fully entered on the journal of each house.
RULE 6. All orders, resolutions and votes, which are to be
presented to the Governor of the State for his approbation,
shall in the same manner, be previously enrolled, examined
and signed, and shall be presented in the same manner and by
the same committee as provided in case of bills.
Respectfully submitted,
FRANK DREW,
Chairman of Committee.
Mr. Gilchrist, of DeSoto, offered the following amendment to
Rule 11:
Amendment to Rule 11-House of Representatives.











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Resolved by the House of Representatives of the State of
"Florida, That Rule 11 shall be amended as follows:
RULE 11-He shall consider a motion to adjourn as always
first in order; and that motion and the motion to lay on the
table, to take up from the table, and for yeas and nays, shall
,be decided without debate. The introducer of a resolution,
bill, or motion shall be allowed to speak to the same before
the motion to lay on the table shall be put.
Mr. Christie moved to lay the aienidment on the table.
The yeas and nays being called the vote resulted as follows:
Yeas 32, nays 34.
Yeas-Messrs. Carpenter, Chapman, Christie, Clark of Jeffer-
son,Clark of Lafayette, Dancy, Drew, Finlayson, Gaskins, Groov-
,er, Harris, Healy, Higginbothan, Kelley, Knowles, Latham,
Moseley, Nelson, Peacock, Plummer, Rees, Roberts, Shaffer,
Skinner, Stone, Sallivan, Thayer, Tucker, Vanness, Wade,
Wells, Wills.-32.
Nays--Messrs. Bates, Ballard, Bennett, Bowles, Brady, Brown,
Daly, Dickson, Ellis, Gilchrist, Godwin, Gregory, Harp, Hen-
dry, Herndon, High, Mays, McAlilly, McAlpin, McCall,
McCreary, McIntosh, McSween, Moore, Pinkham, Raker, San-
ders, Sewell, Sloan, Smith, Wall, Whitner, Wilder, Zim.-35;
So the motion was lost.
An amendment to the amendment offered by Mr. Wells:
That the introduced be limited to five minutes for discussion
'when he desires to discuss the same.
Adopted.
Mr. Wall, of Putnam, moved that the report of the Com-
mittee on Rules be adopted;
Which motion was agreed to.
Mr. Clark, of Jefferson, moved that 200 copies of the rules
be printed at once.
Mr. Harris, of Monroe, moved to lay the motion on the
table.
Yeas and nays being called for the vote was:
Yeas-Messrs. Ballard, Bennett, Bowles, Brady, Chapman,
Daly, Dancy, Dickson, Godwin, Harp, Harris, Healy, Kelley,
McAlilly, McCall, McCreary, McIntosh, Pinkham, Plummer,
Raker, Roberts, Skinner, Sloan, Stone, Thayer, Wall, Wells,
Whitner, Wilder, Zim.-30.
Nays-Messrs. Bates, Brown, Carpenter, Christie, Clark of
.Jefferson, Clark of Lafayette, Drew, Ellis, Finlayson, Gaskins,
Gilchrist, Gregory, Hendry, Herndon, Higginbothan, High,
Knowles, Mays, McAlpin, McSween, Moore, Moseley, Nelson,
Peacock, Rees, Sanders, Sewell, Shaffer, Smith, Sullivan,
"Tucker, Vanness, Wade, Wills.-34.











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So the motion was lost.
Mr. Clark, of Jefferson, moved that the proposition of
State Printer Collins, to furnish 200 copies of rules gratis, be
accepted.
Agreed to.
The Speaker ruled the entire matter of amending the rules.
as out of order, as one day's notice was required to amend.
Mr. Gilchrist offered the following:
The rules of the House of Representatives relative to giv-
ing one day's notice in the changing of rules of this body is
hereby dispensed with for this day.
Mr. Christie moved to lay the motion on the table;
Which was lost.
Motion of Mr. Gilchrist was then agreed to.
Mr. Gilchrist moved to adopt the resolution as ar amend-
ment to Rule 11.
Yeas and nays being called for the vote was:
Yeas-Messrs. Bates, Ballard, Bennett, Bowles, Carpenter,
Christie, Clark of Jefferson, Clark of Lafayette, Daly, Dancy,
Dickson, Drew, Ellis, Finlayson, Gaskins, Gilchrist, Godwin,
Gregory, Groover, Harris, Healy, Hendry, Herndon, IIiggin-
bothan, Knowles, McAlilly, McAlpin, McCreary, McIntosh,
McSween, Moore, Moseley, Nelson, Peacock, Pinkham, Plum-
mer, Rees, Roberts, Sanders, Sewell, Shaffer, Skinner, Sloan,
Smith, Stone, Sullivan, Thayer, Tucker, Vanness, Wade,
Wall, Wells, Wilder, Wills, Zim.-55.
Nays-Messrs. Brady, Brown, Chapman, Harp, High, Kel-
ley, Mays, McCall, Raker, Whitner.-10.
So the resolution was adopted.
REFERENCE OF BILLS.
The following bills, heretofore introduced and read the first
time, were referred to the following committees:
House Bill No. 1:
For the relief of the several counties of Florida.
Referred to the Committee on Finance and Taxation.
House Bill No. 2:
To provide for the registration of legally qualified voters in,
the several counties of Florida, and for other purposes.
Referred to the Committee on Privileges and Elections.
House Bill No. 3:
To repeal an act to authorize the appointment of a State
Inspector of Illuminating Oils.
Referred to the Committee on City and County Organizz-
tion.
House Bill No. 4:











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To repeal certain sections of the Revised Statutes of Florida
in relation to elections and for other purposes.
Referred to the Committee on Privileges and Elections.
House Bill No. 5:
To be entitled an act to repeal chapter 4161, acts of 1893,
entitled an act to appoint Inspectors of Weights and Meas-
'ures and for other purposes.
Referred to the Committee on City and County Organiza-
tion.
House Bill No. 6:
To be entitled an act to amend Sections 1 and 2 Chapter
4120, entitled an act to prescribe compensation to be paid
jurors and witnesses serving in the courts of this State.
Refered to the Judiciary Committee.
House Bill No. 7:
To be entitled an act to repeal Chapter 4160, Acts of 1893,
entitled an act for the appointment of a State Inspector of
Illuminating Oils, etc.
Referred to the Committee on City and County Organiza-
tion.
House Bill No. 8:
A bill to be entitled an act relating to fraudulent convey-
.ances.
Refered to the Judiciary Committee.
House Bill No. 9:
A bill to be entitled an act, relating to the indexing of all
instruments of writing hereafter recorded, referring to real
-estate.
Referred to the Judiciary Committee.
House Bill No. 10:
,A bill to be entitled an act to prescribe the date when taxes
on real and personal property are due and the date after which
such taxes shall be collected by sale, and to authorize the Gov-
ernor to postpone such sales.
Referred to the Committee on Finance and Taxation.
House Bill No. 11:
To be entitled an act to amend paragraph two, Section
1272, of the Revised Statutes of Florida relating to special
-order operating as a supersedeas.
Referred to the Judiciary Committee.
House Bill No. 12:
To be entitled an act to amend section 858 of the Revised
.Statutes of Florida relating to the registration and qualifica-
tion of electors at local elections concerning the sale of
liquors.
Referred to the Committee on Privileges and Elections.











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Hous6 Bill No. 13:
To be entitled an act to incorporate the Florida Jockey
Club and State Fair Association, and to confer certain priv-
ileges.
Referred to the Committee on Corporations.
House Bill No. 14:
To be entitled an act for the regulation of practice in the
Supreme Court of Florida.
Referred to the Judiciary Committee.
House Bill No. 15:
To be entitled an act to repeal Chapter 4160, Laws of Flor-
ida, approved June 3, 1893.
Referred to the Judiciary Committee.
House Bill No. 16:
A bill to be entitled an act to repeal Chapter 14 of the Re-
vised Statutes, Laws of Florida.
Referred to the Judiciary Committee.
House Bill No. 17:
A bill to be entitled an act to amend Chapter 4049, of the
Revised Statutes of the State of Florida, entitled an act for-
the preservation of wild deer, birds and other game.
Referred to the Committee on Agriculture.
House Bill No. 18:
A bill to amend Section 174 of the Revised Statutes, being
an amendment to thb election laws.
Referred to the Committee on Privileges and Elections.
House Bill No. 19:
To be entitled an Act to Amenl Section 16, Chapter 4192'
of the acts of 1893 of the Laws of Florida.
Refered to the Committee on Education.
House Bill No. 20:
To be entitled an act to protect the heirs or successors of
all persons insured in Life Insurance Companies doing busi.
ness in the State of Florida.
Refered to the Judiciary Committee.
House Bill No. 21:
To be entitled an act to amend an act entitled an act to
amend an act entitled an act to incorporate the St. Johns,
River, Lake Weir and Gulf Railroad Company.
Refered to the Committee on Railroads.
House Bill No. 22:
A bill to be entitled an act for the protection of fish, oys-
ters and game.
Referred to the Committee on Fisheries.
House Bill No. 23:
A bill to be entitled an act authorizing the payment of in-













terest on defaulting county wai'rants.
Referred to the Committee on Finance and Taxation.
House Bill No. 24:
A bill to be entitled an act to incorporate Rollins College,
at Winter Park, Fla.
Referred to the Committee on Corporations.
House Bill No. 25:
A bill to be entitled an act in relation to the prosecution of
certain offenses by the State in relation to the violation of
prohibition regulations.
Referred to the Committee on Temperance.
House Bill No. 26:
To be entitled an act to provide an honest and fair election
law for the people of Florida and to provide for a proper sys-
tem of registration of electors and for the manner in which
the elective franchises shall be exercised at elections.
Referred to the Committee on Privileges and Elections.
House Bill No. 27:
To be entitled an act to repeal Chapter 4222, Laws of
Florida, being an act to organize and establish a county
court in and for Suwannee county, and to provide for the
compensation of the judge of said court and appointment of
a prosecuting attorney for said court, and to fix his compensa-
tion.
Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary.
House Bill No. 28:
A bill to be entitled an act to authorize and require the
County Board of Public Instruction of Monroe county to
have the English language taught in San Carlos public
schools.
Referred to the Committee on Education.
House Bill No. 29:
A bill to be entitled an act to define and punish slander.
Referred to the Judiciary Committee.
RESOLUTIONS.
By Mr. Pinkham:
House Resolution No. 10:
Relative to a committee to visit the Deaf and Dumb Asy-
lum;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Commit-
tee on State Institutions.
By Mr. Harp:
House Resolution No. 11:
Relative to a committee to investigate the Agricultural Col-
lege and Experiment Stations;











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Which was read the first time and referred to the Commit-
tee on State Institutions.
By Mr. McCreary:
House Resolution No. 12:
Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of Florida by
abrogating Articles 1, 2, and 3 of amendments thereto;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Commit-
tee on Constitutional Amendments.
By Mr. Vanness:
House Resolution No. 13:
Relative to the appointment of a joint committee to invest-
igate the office of Inspector of Phosphates;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Commit-
tee on Mining and Phosphates.
By Mr. Sullivan:
'House Resolution No. 14:
Relative to printing private bills;
Which was read, and on motion, laid on the table.
By Mr. Smith:
House Resolution No. 15:
Relative to the appointing of a committee to investigate the
office of the Commissioner of Lands;
Which was read and laid over under the rules.
Mr. Zim offered the following:
Whereas, It is of the greatest importance that all matters
being entertained by this body shall be placed before them in
the most comprehensive manner; and
Whereas, Much time and, consequently, expense may be
saved by having bills of importance printed, therefore
Be it Resolved, That when a majority of the members of
the several committees agree on the bills coming before them,
that the chairmen of said committees be instructed to have
100 copies of said bills printed for use;
Which was read, and on motion, was laid on the table.
Mr. Sloan offered the following:
House Resolution No. 25:
Ilesolved, That the several subjects treated of in the Mes-
*sage of His Excellency, the Governor, be referred to their ap-
propriate committees.
Which was adopted.
Mr. Healey offered the following:
Whereas, It is necessary that the Legislature be advised of
the present financial condition of the State that it may safely
*determine what relief may be extended to tax payers and
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mentioned in the Governor's Message and the reports of Cab-
inet Officers; therefore,
Be it resolved by the House of Representatives of the State
of Florida, That the Comptroller and State Treasurer be and
they are each hereby requested to furnish this House without
delay a succinct statement showing
1. The amount in current funds on hand belonging to the
State on April 1, 1895, and when and where such funds are
deposited, and upon what security, and what interest if any is
being paid for the same, whether or not any of the State funds
are loaned, and if so, to whom, for what time, and at what
rate of interest.
2. The floating indebtedness of the State on April 1, 1895,
due and to become due,interest bearing and non-interest bear-
ing, and when and to whom the same is payable, and what
outstanding obligations are to be met by the State within the
next nine months.
3. That a copy of this resolution be furnished to the Comp-
troller and State Treasurer.
Which was read and adopted.
By Mr. Smith, of Marion:
House Joint Resolution No. 22:
Relative to a committee being appointed to visit and exam-
ine the State Lunatic Asylum, as follows:
Resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate con-
SuniriniL, That a committee of two from the House be ap-
pointed to act with a similar number on the part of the Sen-
ate to visit and examine the State Lunatic Asylum, situated
at Chattahoochee;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Commit-
tee on State Institutions.
By Mr. Bennett, of Lake:
House Joint Resolution No. 23:
Relating to an amendment to Section 9, Article 18, of the
*Constitution of State of Florida, as follows:
House Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to Sec-
tion 9, Article 18, of the Constitution of the State of Florida.
Be it resolved by the Legislature of the State of Florida:
That the following amendment to the Constitution of the
State of Florida be, and the same is hereby agreed to, and
shadl be submitted to the electors of the State at the general
*election in 1896 for ratification or rejection.
e tion 9, Article 18, of the Constitution is hereby amended
so as to read as follows:
A general election shall be held in each county in this State
on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November, 1898,











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and every two years thereafter for all elections State and
county officers whose terms of office are about to expire or for
any office that shall have become vacant.
Which was read the first time and referred to the Co nmit-
tee on Constitutional Amendments.
By Mr. Bennett, of Lake:
House Concurrent Resolution No. 24:
Relative to a committee on the equalization of taxes:
Resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate con-
curring:
Whereas, The most advanced statesmanship in our own and
sister States have failed to evolve a system of taxation for
State purposes under which there has been secured in its prac-
tical workings an equitable uniformity in the basis of valua-
tion of real estate for assessment purposes between the respec-
tive counties of the State; and
Whereas, This failure is due to the desire of the tax payers
of their respective counties to escape the payment of a dispro-
portionate share as compared with other counties of the State,
of the taxation levied for State purposes, and invariably re-
sults in undervaluation of taxable property and a wide varia-
tion in the valuation between the counties; and
Whereas, The remedy for these inequalities between the
valuation of property in the several counties do not lie in line
of further coercive legislation, but rather in the removal of
the incentive to undervaluation; therefore
Be it Resolved, That a special joint committee of seven
shall be appointed, four from the House of Representatives
and three from the Senate, with instructions to prepare and
report a plan for raising revenue for State purposes from other
property than real estate; and that said committee be in-
structed to carefully consider the feasibility of producing such
revenue from some of the following sources, viz: a tax on the
capital stock of corporations, a collateral inheritance tax, a
graduated income tax and a license tax, and other similar
sources.
Which was read the first time and referred to the Committee
on Finance and Taxation.
By Mr. Wells, of Washington:
House Resolution No. 17:
Relative to supplying each member of this body with a.
copy of the Revised Statutes and copy of the acts of 1893,
Was withdrawn, and a similar resolution offered by Mr-
Gilchrist as an amendment was adopted.
By Mr. Wilder, of Hillsborough:
House Resolution No. 18:











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Relative to a special committee on game, as follows:
Resolved, That there be a special committee appointed on,
game, to consist of five members;
Which was read and adopted.
Mr. Zim, of St. Johns:
House Concurrent Resolution No. 21:
Relative to a committee being appointed to investigate the,
Florida Coast Line-
Be it resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate
concurring, That a committee of two from the House and one
from the Senate be appointed to investigate and report upon
the work of the Florida Coast Line, Canal and Transporta-
tion Company;
Which was read the first time and laid over under the rules.
The following message was received from'the Senate::
SENATE CHAMBER
TALLAHASSEE, FLA., April 5, 1895.
HoN. W. S. JENNINGS,
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:
Resolved, the House concurring, That a committee consist-
ing of two on the part of the Senate, and three from the-
House, be appointed to investigate the books, records, and ac-
counts of the Comptroller and Treasurer, and they are author-
ized to employ such clerical aid as will enable them to make
thorough investigation.
And respectfully request the concurrence of the House of
Representatives thereto.
Very respectfully,
T. J. APPLEYARD,
Secretary of the Senate.
Which was read and on motion of Mr. Harris, the Senate
resolution was taken up, read and adopted.
By Mr. Hendry, of Lee:
House Resolution No. 31:
Be it resolved by the House of Representatives of the
State of Florida, That the Trustees of the Internal Improve-
ment Fund be and are hereby requested, at the earliest prac-
ticable day, to report officially to this body the result of its
contract with the Atlantic and Gulf Coast Canal and Okee-
chobee Land Company for draining and reclaiming the swamp
and overflowed lands of the Kissimmee river and valley, and
the lakes contributing to said river; the lands adjacent to,











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Lakes Okeechobee and Hickpochee and the valley of the Ca-
loosahatchie river, and whether or not their contract has been
fully complied with, and whether or not there is any contract
or negotiations pending looking to the final draining and re-
claiming of the lands and territory above mentioned. That
a copy of this resolution be transmitted to the Secretary of
the Board of Trustees of the Internal Improvement Fund;
Which was read and adopted.
By Mr. Dancy, of Duval.
Concurrent Resolution No. 29:
Relative to a committee to visit the convict camps.
Which was read the first time and referred to the Committee
on State Institutions.
Mr. McCall, of Hillsborough, offered the following reso-
lution:
Be it resolved by the Legislature of the State of Florida:
That no committee appointed by the Speaker shall employ
any clerk who is not a citizen of the State of Florida.
Which was read and adopted.
By Mr. Gilchrist:
House Resolution No. 2:
Be it resolved by the House of Representatives of the State
-of Florida; of the standing committees of this House, the
Judiciary Committee alone shall have power to employ a
clerk.
Mr. Harris moved to lay the motion on the table.
Upon which the yeasand nays were called for.
The vote was:
Yeas-Messrs. Ballard, Bennett, Bowles, Brady, Brown;
*Carpenter, Christie, Dancy, Dickson, Ellis Finlayson, Godwin,
Harris, Healy, Hendry, Latham, Moore, Plummer, Raker,
Roberts. Thayer and Wills.--22.
Nays-Messrs. Bates, Chapman, Clark of Jefferson, Clark
of Lafayette, Daly, Drew, Gaskins, Gilchrist, Gregory, Groo-
ver, Harp, Herndon, Higginbothan, High, Kelley, Knowles,
Mays, McAlilly, McAlpin, McCall, McCreary, McIntosh, Mc-
Sween, Moseley, Nelsoi, Peacock, Pinkham, Rees, Sanders,
Sewell, Shaffer, Skinner, Sloan, Smith, Stone, Sullivan,
Tucker, Wade, Wall, Wells, Whitner, Wilder, Zim-43.
So the motion did not prevail.
Mr. Pinkham offered the following amendment to Mr. Gil-
christ's motion prohibiting employment of clerks:
That excepting the Judiciary Committee and Finance and
Taxation Committees shall not have power to employ clerks
:at an expense to exceed fifty dollars each.
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The yeas and nays being called for, the vote was:
Yeas--Messrs. Bates, Ballard, Bowles, Chapman, Clark of
Jefferson, Clark of Lafayette, Daly, Dickson, Drew, Gilchrist,
Godwin, Gregory, Groover, Harp, Iealy, Hendry, Herndon,
Higginbothan, High, Kelley, Knowles, McAlilly, McAlpin,
McCall, McCreary, McIntosh, McSween, Moseley, Nelson,
Peacock, Rees, Sanders, Sewell, Shaffer, Skinner, Stone, Sulli-
van, Thayer, Tucker, Wade, Wall, Wells, Whitner, Wilder,
Wills, Zim.-46.
Nays-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Bennett, Brady, Brown, Car-
penter, Christie, Ellis, Finlayson, Gaskins, Harris, Latham,
Moore, Pinkharn, Plummer, Raker, Roberts, Sloan, Smith.
-18.
So the motion was agreed to.
On motion of Mr. Sullivan, the House took a recess until 4
o'clock p. im.


4 O'CLOCK P. M.
The House resumed its session.
The roll being called the following members answered to
their names :
Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Bates, Ballard, Bennett, Brady,
Brown, Carpenter, Chapman, Christie, Clark of Jefferson,
Clark of Lafayette, Daly, Dancy, Dickson, Drew, Ellis, Fin-
layson, Gaskins, Gilchrist, Godwin, Gregory, Groover, Harp,
Harris, Healy, Hendry, Herndon, Higginbothan, High, Kelley,
Knowles, Latham, Mays, McAlilly, McAlpin, McCall, Mc-
Creary, McIntosh, McSween, Moore, Moseley, Nelson, Pea-
cock, Pinkham, Plummer, Raker, Rees, Roberts, Sanders,
Sewell, Shaffer, Skinner, Sloan, Smith, Stone, Sullivan,
Thayer, Tucker, Vanness, Wade, Wall, Wells, Whitner, Wil-
der, Wills, Zim.-66.
A quorum present.
The House resumed action upon the resolution of Mr. Gil-
christ, relative to the employment of clerks by the Standing
Committees of the House.
Mr. Wall offered the following amendment: After the
word "alone" and such other committees as may get consent
of the House of Representatives.
On motion of Mr. Gaskins the amendment was adopted.
On motion of Mr. Wall the rule was suspended and the
resolution as amended was read the third time and adopted as
amended, as follows:
House Resolution No. 2:











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Be it resolved by the House of Representatives of the State
.of Florida, of the Standing Committees of the House, the Ju-
diciary Committee alone, and such other committees as may
get consent of the House of Representatives.
Which was adopted as amended.
Mr. Finlayson moved that the rules be waived and that Con-
current Resolution No. 3 be taken up,
Which was agreed to.
The resolution was read the second time.
Mr. Finlayson moved that the rules be waived and that
Resolution No. 3 be put upon its third reading.
Which was agreed to.
The resolution was read the third time and put upon its pas-
sage-
Upon which the vote was:
Yeas-Mr. Speaker Messrs. Bates, Ballard, Bennett, Bowles,
Brady. Brown, Carpenter, Chapman, Christie, Clark of Jeffer-
son, Clark of Lafayette, Daly, Dancy, Dickson, Drew, Ellis,
Finlayson, Gaskins, Gilchrist, Godwin, Gregory, Groover,
Harp, Harris, Healy, Hendry, Higginbothan, High, Kelley,
Knowles, Latham, Mays, McAlilIy, McAlpin; McCall, Mc-
Creary, McIntosh, McSween, Moore, Moseley, Nelson, Peacock,
Pinkham, Plummer, Raker, Rees, Roberts, Sanders, Sewell,
.Shaffer, Skinner, Sloan, Smith, Stone, Sullivan, Thayer,
Tucker, Vanness, Wade, Wall, Wells, Whitner, Wilder,
Wills, Zim-66.
Nays none.
The resolution was adopted and ordered certified to the Sen-
ate.
House Resolution No. 9:
Relative to the reading of bills;
Which was read the second time, and Mr. Clark, of Jeffer-
son, offered the following amendment:
Insert '"constitutional" before the word "rule," and strike
out "waived" and insert "dispensed with;"
Which amendment was accepted and the resolution was
read and adopted as amended, as follows:
House Resolution No. 3:
Resolved, That upon the (days of the) first reading of
.every bill introduced in, or that may be reported to this House
during the present session of 1895, as soon as the title of any
bill shall be read in its order, the Speaker shall, without the
formality of a motion to that effect, put the question to the
House: "Shall the rule be dispensed with requiring this bill to
be read by sections on (this) (the day of) its first reading,"
-and upon the putting of such question, unless more than one-













third of the quorum of members present shall affirmatively
announce their objection to such waive, the Speaker shall
thereupon announce "that the constitutional rule was dis-
pensed with by a two-thirds vote of the House, requiring such
.hill to be read by sections on the day of its first reading," and
the Journal in each case shall affirmatively show such action.
Mr. MeAlpin, of Hamilton,
Offered the following:
Concurrent Resolution No. 29:
Be it resolved, By the House of Representatives, the Sen-
ate concurring: That a committee of two from the House, and
one from the Senate, be appointed to visit the Florida Normal
and Business Institute of White Springs, Florida, and investi-
gate the condition of said school,'and the manner in which it
is being conducted, and the rights of the State therein, and re-
port same to the Legislature.
Which was read and referred to Committee on Education.
Mr. Gilchrist offered the following:
House Joint Resolution No. 30:
A Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to the Consti-
tution of the State of Florida relating to the trial and con-
viction of the accused, after a new trial is obtained.
Be it resolved by the Legislature of the State of Florida:
That the following amendment to the Constitution of the
State of Florida be and the same is hereby agreed to and
shall be submitted to the electors of the State at the general
election in October, A. D. 1896, for ratification or rejection:
In all cases where the accused has been convicted and obtains
a new trial, the accused may be tried and convicted for the
offense for which he was originally tried, and the accused may
be tried and convicted for a lesser offense than that for which
he was originally tried;
Which was read and referred to the Judiciary Committee.
Mr. Rees, of Suwannee, offered the following:
House Joint Resolution No. 31:
Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of
Florida.
Be it resolved by the Legislature of the State of Florida:
That the following amendment to the Constitution of the
State of Flordia, be and the same is hereby agreed to, and
shall be submitted to the elecors at the general election in Oc-
teber, 1896, for ratification or rejection:
Section 2, of Article V, of the Constitution, is hereby
amended so as to read as follows:
Section 2. The Supreme Court shall consist of three Jus-
tices, those now in office holding to the end of their respec-











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tive terms, and the same Justice remaining as Chief. The
term of office for such Justices shall be six years. A successor
to the Justice whose term shall first expire shall be elected by
the qualified voters of the State at every general election for
members of the Legislature. The term of office of each Jus-.
tice so elected shall begin on the first Tuesday after the first
Monday in January after his election. Whenever a successor
shall be elected to the present or any future Chief Justice, he
shall become Chief Justice. If a vacancy shall occur during
the term of a Chief Justice, the successor appointed for the
unexpired term shall become Chief Justice.
Which was read and referred to the Committee on Consti-
tutional Amendments.
Mr. Gilchrist offered the following:
House Resolution No. 32:
A Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to Section 22
of Artfcle 5 of the Constitution of the State of Florida re-
lating to justices of the peace.
Be it resolved by the Legislature of the State of Florida:
That the following amendment to Section 22 of Article 5 of
the Constitution of the State of Florida be and the same is
hereby agreed to and shall be submitted to the electors of the
State at the general election in October, A. D. 1896, for rati-
fication or rejection:
In each county, whether there are or not Crim-
inal Courts of Record or county courts, the justices of
the peace shall have jurisdiction in cases at law in which the
demand or value of the property involved does not exceed
one hundred and fifty dollars, and in which the cause of action
accrued or the defendant resides in his district; and in such
criminal cases, except felonies as may be prescribed by law,
and he shall have power to issue process for the arrest
of all persons charged with felonies and misdemeanors
not within his jurisdiction to try, and make the same return-
able before himself or the county judge for examination, dis-
charge, commitment or bail of the accused. Justices of the
peace shall have power to hold inquests of the dead. Appeal
from justices of the peace courts may be tried de novo under
such regulations as the Legislature may prescribe.
Which was read and referred to the Committee on Consti-
tutional Amendments.
Mr. Gilchrist offered the following:
House Joint Resolution No. 33:
A Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to Section 12
of Article 4, of the Constitution of the State of Florida, re-
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Be it resolved by the Legislature of the State of Florida:
That the following amendment to the Constitution of the State
of Florida be and the same is hereby agreed to and shall be
submitted to the electors of the State at the general election
on October, A. D. 1896, for ratification or rejection:
Section 12 of Article 4, of the Constitution is hereby amended
so as to read as follows:
Section 12. The Governor, Attorney-General, Commissioner
of Agriculture, Superintendent of Public Instruction and.
Secretary of State, or a major part of them of whom the
Governor shall be one, may upon such conditions, and with
such limitations and restrictions as they may deem proper, re-
mit fines and forfeitures, commute punishment and grant
pardon after conviction, in all cases except treason and im-
peachment, subject to such regulations as may be prescribed
by law relative to the manner of applying for pardons.
Which was read and referred to the Committee on Consti-
tutional Amendments.
Mr. Gilchrist offered the following:
House Joint Resolution No. 34:
A joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Consti-
tution of the State of Florida, by repealing Article 3, of the
amendments of the Constitution of the State of Florida, relat-
ing to the general election held in October:
Be it Resolved by the Legislature of the State of Florida:
That the following amendment to the Constitution of the
State of Florida be and the .same is hereby agreed to, and
shall be submitted to the electors of the State, at the general
election, held in October, 1896, for ratification or rejection.
Article 3 of the amendments to the Constitution of the
State of Florida be and the same is hereby repealed;
Which was read and referred to the Cemmittee on Consti-
tutional Amendments.
Mr. Gilchrist offered the following:
House Joint Resolution No. 35:
A Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to Section 17
of Article 3 of the Constitution of the State of Florida, re-
lating to the manner of legislative proceedings.
Be it resolved by the Legislature of thd State of Florida:
That the following amendment to the Constiention of the
State of Florida be and the same is hereby agreed to, and
shall be submitted to the electors of the State at the general
election in October, 1886, for ratification or rejection:
Section 17 of Article 3 of the Constitution of the State of
Florida is hereby amended so as to read as follows:
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Section 17. Every bill shall be read by its title, on its first
reading, in either house, unless one-third of the members-
present desire it read by sections. Every bill shall be read on
three several days, unless two-thirds of the members present
when such bill may be pending shall deem it expedient to dis-
pense with this rule. Every bill shall be read by its sections
on its second reading and on its final passage, unless on its
second reading two-thirds of the members present in the
House where such bill may be pending shall deem it exped-
ient to dispense with this rule. The vote on the final passage
of every bill or joint resolution shall be taken by yeas and
nays, to be entered on the Journal of each House: Provided,
That any general revision of the entire laws embodied in any
bill shall not be required to be read by sections upon its final
passage, and its reading may be wholly dispensed with by a
two-thirds vote. A majority of the members present in each
House shall be necessary to pass every bill or joint resolution.
All bills or joint resolutions so passed shall be signed by the
presiding officer of the respective houses and by the Secretary
of the Senate and the Clerk of the House of Representatives;
Which was read and referred to the Committee on Consti-
tutional Amendments.
Mr. Gilchrist offered the following:
House Joint Resolution No. 36:
A Joint resolution proposing an amendment to the Consti-
tution of the .> it. of Florida, relating to the Criminal Courts
of Record:
Be it Resolved by the Legislature of the State of Florida:
That the following amendment to the Constitution, of the
State of Florida, be and the same is hereby agreed to, and
shall be submitted to the electors of the State, at the general
election, October, A. D. 1896, for ratification or rejection.
In any county where there is or shall hereafter be a Crimi-
nal Court of Record, such court shall have the exclusive addi-
tional jurisdiction and power in civil and criminal cases, exer-
cised by the Circuit Court of such county. All appeals from
said court shall be directly to the Supreme Court. All
offenses triable in'said court shall be prosecuted upon infor-
mation under oath to be filed by the prosecuting attorney,
except capital offenses, which shall be only upon indictment
by grand jury;
Which was read and referred to the Committee on Consti-
tutional Amendments.
Mr. Gilchrist offered the following:
House Joint Resolution No. 37:
A Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to the Con-











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*stitution of the State of Florida, relating to the time when
amendmentss shall become operative.
Be it resolved by the Legislature of the State of Florida:
That the following amendment to the Constitution of the
State of Florida be, and the same is hereby agreed to, and
shall be submitted to the electors of the State, at the general
election in October, A. D. 1896, for ratification or rejection.
Every amendment of the Constitution of the State of
Florida shall go into effect, upon the-declaration of its ratifi-
cation by the electors, or shall go into effect upon the date
named in the Joint Resolution proposing such amendment.
Which was read and referred to the Committee on Constitu-
"tional Amendments.
Mr. Gilehrist offered the following resolutions:
House Joint Resolution No. 38:
A Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to Section 18
of Article 5, of the Constitution of the State of Florida:
Be it resolved by the Legislature of the State of Florida,
That the following amendment to Section 18 of Article 5, of
the Constitution of the State of Florida be and the same is
hereby agreed to and shall be submitted to the electors of the
State at the general election in October, A. D. 1896, for rati-
fication or rejection.
The Legislature may organize in such counties as it may
think proper, county courts, which shall have jurisdiction of
all cases at law in which the demand or value of the property
,involved shall not exceed one thousand dollars, of proceedings
relating to forcible,entry or unlawful detention of lands and
tenements, and final appellate jurisdiction in all misdemeanors
:and civil cases arising in courts of justice of the peace, and
final appellate jurisdiction in all misdemeanors arising in any
mayor's court.
The trials in all such appeals may be de novo under such
regulations as the Legisleture shall prescribe.
The county courts shall have exclusive jurisdiction to issue
to lower courts all writs necessary ind proper to the complete
exercise of their jurisdiction, and power to hear and deter-
mine the same with final and appellate jurisdiction therefrom
to the circuit courts. County courts and the judges thereof
in vacation in their respective counties shall have concurrent
jurisdiction with the circuit courts in such counties and the
judges thereof to issue writs of injunction ne exeat, habeas-
corpus, mandamus and hear and determine the same with
right of final appeal therefrom in cases of injunction to the
circuit court, or the supreme court, as the appellant may
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county courts and the judges thereof m1 chambers in their re-
spective counties shall have'concurrent jurisdiction with the
circuit courts, and the judges thereof in such counties to hear
and determine demurrers, and motions in civil cases at law
pending in such circuit courts, except during the sessions of
such circuit court in said counties.
No one shall be qualified to be the judge of a county court
unless he be a citizen of this State and duly qualified to prac-
tice law therein. The county judge shall be the judge of the
county court, if he be qualified to practice law, but if he be
not so qualified his office shall become vacant, upon the qualify-
ing of the judge of the county court who shall be also county
judge.
There shall be elected by the qualified electors of said
county, at the time when the said judge is elected a prosecut-
ing attorney for said county who shall hold office for four
years. His duties, and compensation shall be prescribed by
law. Such courts may be abolished at the pleasure of the
Legislature.
Which was read and referred to the Committee on Consti-
tutional Amendments.
Mr. Gilchrist offered the following,
House Joint Resolution No. 39:
Proposing an amendment to Section 6 of Article XVI, of
the Constitution of the State of Florida.
Relating to the Supreme Court, and the publication of all
laws enacted by the Legislature.
Be it resolved by the Legislature of the State of Florida:
That the following amendment to the Constitution of the
State of Florida be and is hereby agreed to, and shall be sub-
mitted to the electors of the State at the general election in
October, 1896, for ratification or rejection, and numbered
Section 6 of Article XVI, shall be amended so as to read as
follows:
Section 6. The Legislature shall provide for the speedy pub.
location and distribution of all laws it may enact. Decisions of
the,Supreme Court, and all laws and judicial decisions shall
be free for publication by any person. But no judgment of
the Supreme Court shall take effect until the opinion of the
court in such case shall be filed with the clerk of said court;
Provided, judgments and decrees may, in the exercise of a
sound discretion by the Justices, be affirmed or reversed with-
out written opinions.
Which was read and referred to the Committee on Consti-
tutional Amendments.
Mr. Gilchrist, of DeSoto, offered the following:













House Concurrent Resolution No. 40:
Be it Resolved by the House of Representatives of the
"State of Florida, the Senate concurring, Whenever any mat-
ter is printed by order of either the House of Representatives
or the Senate a number of the copies of the same, propor-
tioned to the number of the members and Senators, sliall be
delivered by the Sergeant-at-Arms of the body in which the
printing was ordered, to the Sergeant-at-Arms of the other
body, and the same shall be laid upon the desks of the mem-
bers of the respective bodies by the respective Sergeants-at-
Arms;
Which was read and referred to the Committee on Printing.
Mr. Whitner offered the following resolution:
Resolved by the House of Representatives of the State of
Florida: That all special committees appointed to visit the
different State Institutions, be allowed the fixed per diem
while absent, and be required to pay their travelling and hotel
expenses;
Which was read and on motion laid on the table.
The Speaker announced the appointment of Messrs. Har-
ris, Carpenter and Wade as members of the Joint Committee
on part of the House to investigate the offices of the Comp-
troller and Treasurer of Florida.
INTRODUCTION OF BILLS.
By Mr. McCreary, of Alachua:
House Bill No. 30:
To be entitled an act to provide for the holding of primary
elections by political parties or associations in the State of
Florida, and for the conduct and management of the smae,
and to punish frauds therein;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Commit-
tee on Privileges and Elections.
By Mr. McCreary, of Alachua:
House Bill No. 31:
To be entitled an act to amend an act entitled "An act to
'provide for the cancellation and satisfaction of mortgages,
liens and judgments;"
Which was read the first time and referred to the Judiciary
'Committee.
By Mr. Herndon, of Baker.
House Bill No. 32:
To be entitled an act changing the boundaries of Baker
-county and changing the boundary lines between Baker
county and the counties of Clay, Duval and Nassau in this
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Which was read the first time, and referred to Committee onr
City and County Organization.
By Mr. Groover, of ColumLia.
House Bill No. 33;
To be entitled an act to prohibit the throwing of dynamite-
or other explosives in the waters of this State.
Which was read the first time and referred to the Judiciary
Committee.
By Mr. Gilchrist, of DeSoto.
House Bill No. 34:
To be entitled an act to amend Section 1680, of the Revised
Statutes of Florida, relating to procurement of writ of gar-
nishment,
Which was read the first time and referred to Judiciary Com-
mittee.
By Mr. Gilchrist,
House Bill No. 35:
To be entitled an act relating to garnishment;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Judiciary
Committee.
By Mr. Gilchrist,
House Bill No. 36:
To be entitled an act for the relief of the Supreme Court of
this State, and for other purposes;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Judiciary
Committee.
By Mr. Gilchrist,
House Bill No. 37.
To be entitled an act relating to certain notes, or other in-
struments of writing for the payment of money.
Which was read the first time and referred to the Commit-
tee on Finance and Taxation.
By Mr. Gilchrist,
House Bill No. 38.
To be entitled an:act relating to special appearance.
Which was read the first time and referred to the Judiciary
Committee.
By Mr. Gilchrist:
House Bill No. 39:
To be entitled an act to amend section 182, of the Revised
Statutes of Florida relating to the closing of bar rooms and.
the sale of intoxicating liquors at any election;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Commit-
tee on Temperance.
By Mr. Gilchrist:
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To be entitled an act to prohibit fishing in the fresh waters
of this State with seines, nets or any set device, for a term of
years;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Commit-
tee on Fisheries.
By Mr. Sullivan:
House Bill No. 41:
To be entitled an act to authorize creditors' bills to be filed
before judgment;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Judiciary
Committee.
By Mr. Clark, of Jefferson:
Hduse Bill No. 42:
To be entitled an act making appropriations to the various
counties of the State, to be expended in the payment of the
costs and expenses of criminal prosecutions;
"Which was read the first time and referred to the C mmit-
tee on Appropriations.
By Mr. Clark, of Jefferson:
House Bill No. 43:
To be entitled an act to amend Sections 2846 and 2847 of
the Revised Statutesof Florida, relating to executive officers
of justice of the peace and county judge's courts;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Judiciary
Committee.
By Mr. Clark, of Jefferson;
House Bill No. 44:
To be entitled an act to amend Section 2908 of the Revised
Statutes of Florida, relating to sworn statements of accused
persons;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Judiciary
Committee.
By Mr. Clark, of Jefferson:
House Bill No. 45:
To be entitled an act for the relief of the Supreme Court;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Judiciary
Committee.
By Mr. Bennett:
House Bill No. 46:
To be entitled an act to repeal Chapter 6 of the Revised
Statutes of Florida, and Chapter 4014, Act of the Legislature
of 1891, and to provide for the laying out, constructing and im-
proving county roads and bridges and providing funds to pay
for the same;
' Which was read the first time and referred to the Commit-
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By Mr. Clark, of Lafayette:
House Bill No. 47:
To be entitled an act to amend section 1103 of Chapter 15,
of the Revised Statutes;
Which was read the first time and referred to tle Judiciary
Committee.
By Mr. Christie, of Leon,
House Bill No. 48.
To be entitled an act to amend sections 2, 5 and 6 of
chapter 4122 Laws of Florida, it being an act prescribing the
qualifications of jurors, the manner of selecting and drawing
the same, and fixing the number which shall constitute a
grand jury, approved June 2, 1893, and to amend section 1158
of the revised statutes, providing for the supplying of a de-
ficiency of jurors to try any causes;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Judiciary
Committee.
By Mr. Ballard, of Manatee,
House Bill No 49.
To be entited an act for the protection of fish, oysters and
game.
Which was read the first time and referred to the Commit-
tee on Fisheries.
By Mr. Harris, of Monroe,
House Bill No. 50.
To be entitled an act to require promises to pay debts
barred by statute of limitation to be in writing;
Which was read the first time and referred the Committee
on Finance and Taxation..
By Mr. Harris:
House Bill No. 51:
To be entitled an act to prescribe the qualifications of
county judges;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Judiciary
Committee.
By Mr. Harris:
House Bill No. 52:
STo be entitled an act relating to the issuing and serving of
summons ad respondendum, subpoenas and other process in
civil causes, and for other purposes;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Judiciary
Committee.
By Mr. Whitner:
House Bill No. 53:
To be entitled an act to regulate the practice of demurrers
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Which was read the first time and referred to the Judiciary
Committee:
By Mr. Whitner:
House Bill No. 54:
To be entitled an act relative to entering and recording
judgments and, decrees of the United States courts;
Which was read the first time and referred to the Judiciary
Committee.
By Brady of Polk.
House Bill No. 55:
To be entitled an act to amend and enlarge Chapter 4049,
,of the Laws of Florida, being entitled an act for the preserva-
tion of wild deer, birds and other game.
Which was read the first time and referred to the Commit-
.tee on Game.
By Mr. Nelson, of Sumter,
House Bill No. 56:
To be entitled an act for the protection of persons mortgag-
ing real estate, on personal property.
Which was read the first time and referred to the Judiciary
Committee.
On motion, Mr. Ballard was allowed to withdraw House Bill
No. 22, to be entitled an act for the protection of oysters, fish
.and game.
By Mr. Healy:
House Bill No. 57;
To be entitled an act to create a Railroad Commission for
"the State of Florida.
Which was read the first time and referred to the Commit-
tee on Railroads and Telegraphs.
On motion of Mr. Roberts, the House adjourned until to-
,morrow 10 o'clock A. M.

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FRIDAY, APEIL 5, 1895.
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. Bates, Ballard, Bennett, Bowles,
Brady, Brown, Carpenter Chapman, Christie, Clark of
Lafayette, Daly, Dancy, Dickson, Drew, Ellis, Finlayson,
Gaskins, Gilchrist, Godwin, Gregory, Groover, Harp, Harris,










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Healy, Hendry, Herndon, Higginhothan, High, Kelley,.
Knowles, Latham, Mays, McAlily, McAlpin, McCall, Mc-
Creary, McIntosh, McSween, Moore, Mosely, Nelson, Peacock,
Pinkham, Plummer, Raker, Roberts, Sanders, Sewell, Shaffer,
Skinner, Sloan, Smith, Stone, Sullivan, Thayer, Tucker,
Vanness, Wade, Wall, Wells, Whitner, Wilder, Wills, Zim
-65.
A quorum present.
Prayer by the Chaplain.
Journal read and approved.
The Speaker announced that he had received the papers re-
lative to contests from several counties, which without objec-
tion, would be referred to the Committee on Privileges and
Elections.
On motion of Mr. Smith, of Marion, Mr. Dancy, of Duval,
was added to the Committee on Corporations.
Mr. Gilchrist moved:
The courtesies of the House are hereby extended to all
former members of this House and of the Senate, and to all
State officers;
Which was adopted.
Mr. Dancy moved:
That the courtesies of the House be extended to United
States Marshal Tom Puleston;
Which was adopted.
Mr. Ballard moved:
That ladies be permitted to occupy the vacant chairs on the
floor at any time;
Which was adopted.
The Speaker appointed the following standing Committee
on Game:
Messrs. Wilder of Hillsborough, Hendry of Lee, Sanders.
of Brevard, Dickson of Jackson, Brady of Polk.
INTRODUCTION OF RESOLUTIONS.
Mr. Peacock, of Suwannee, offered
House Resolution No. 43.
Resolved, That the Committee on Appropriations be, and
they are hereby, empowered to prepare and present to this
House at their earliest convenience a deficiency bill providing
for the immediate payment of all pensions due, or that may
be allowed by the Governor up to the passage of the general
appropriation bill by the Legislature, including the entire ap-
propriation for pensions for the year 1895, if in their judg-
ment they deem proper.
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Mr. Wilder, of Suwannee, offered:
House Resolution No. 44:
Resolved, That all parties are prohibited from circulating-
petitions or other papers in the hall while the House is in ses.
sion;
Which was read and adopted.
Mr. Peacock, of Hillsborough, offered:
House Resolution No. 45:
Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to Section 4, of
Article ten, (10), of the Constitution of the State of Florida.
Be it resolved by the Legislature of the State of Florida:
That the following amendment to the Constitution of the
State of Florida be, and the same is hereby agreed to, and
shall be submitted to the electors of the State at the general
election in 1896, for ratification or rejection, and numbered
Article 10.
Section 4, of Article 10, shall be amended so as to read as
follows:
Section 4. Nothing in this Article shall be construed to
prevent the holder of a homestead from alienating his or her
homestead so exempted, by deed or mortgage duly executed
by himself or herself and by husband and wife if such relation
exists, if the holder be without children to prevent him or
her from disposing of his or her homestead by will in a man-
ner prescribed by law,. or from preventing any holder of a
homestead from waiving their right of exemption to their
homestead by note or other instrument of writing by setting
forth such waiver in any such note or other instrument of
writing in a manner prescribed by law.
Which was read first time and referred to the Committee
on Constitutional Amendments.
Mr. Harris moved to reconsider the vote on House Resolu-
tion No. 17, as laid on the table yesterday, as follows:
Whereas, It is-of the greatest importance that all matters
being entertained by this body shall be placed before them in
the most comprehensive manner; and
Whereas, Much time .and, consequently, expense may be
saved by having bills of importance printed, therefore
Be it resolved, That when a majority of the members of
the several committees agree on the bills coming before them,
that the chairman of said committees be instructed to have
100 copies of said bills printed for use:
Which was agreed to.
On motion of Mr. Harris, the resolution was adopted.
Mr. Groover, of Columbia, moved that the courtesies of
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Which was agreed to.
Mr. Christie, of Leon, offered the following:
House Resolution No. 46:
Be it reseolved by the House of Representatives: That
until otherwise ordered, this House convene at 9 o'clock a. m.,
and adjourn at 1 o'clock p. m.
Which was read and adopted.
Mr. Wells, of Washington, offered the following:
House Resolution No. 47:
Be it resolved by the House of representatives of the State
of Florida: That the Clerk of this House have Printed 500
copies of each day's journal of this House, to be distributed
equally among the members of the House and Senate.
Which was adopted.
Mr. Sullivan offered House Resolution No. 48:
Be it resolved that the Sergeant-at-Arms cause to be pre-
pared a large board and have it placed near the door of the
House of Representatives upon which chairman of all com-
mittees will post notices of the meetings of their respective
committees, stating time and place of meeting of the respect-
ive committees.
Mr. Gilchrist offered an amendment to resolution No. 48, as
follows:
He shall also give such members written notice of the
same.
Mr. Carpenter moved to lay the amendment of Mr. Gil-
-christ on the table,
Which was not agreed to.
On motion the resolution was adopted.
INTRODUCTION OF BILLS.
By Mr. McIntosh, of Alachua:
House Bill No. 58:
To be entitled an act for the relief of Mrs. Mary Day, of
Alachua county, Florida;
Which was read the first time by its title and referred to the
Committee on Claims.
By Mr. McIntosh, of Alachua:
House Bill No. 59:
To be entitled-an act to define what cities shall impound
hogs, and to prohibit the driving of them within the corpor-
ate limits;
Which was read the first time by its title and referred to
the Committee on Corporations.
By Mr. McIntosh, of Alachua:
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To be entitled an act to promote and protect horticultural
interests in the State of Florida;
Which was read the first time by its title and referred to
the Committee on Agriculture.
Mr. Clark, of Jefferson, chairman of the Judiciary Commit-
tee, made the following report:
HousE op REPRESENTATIVES,
TALLAHASSEE, FLA., April 4, 1895.
HoN. W. S. JENNINGS,
Speaker of the House of Representatives:
SI--Your Committee on Judiciary, to whom was referred,
House Bill No. 9:
A bill to be entitled an "act relating to the indexing of all
instruments of writing hereafter recorded referring to real es-
tate;"
Beg leave to report that they have had the same under
consideration and reccommend that it do not pass.
Also,
House Bill No 16:
A bill to be entitled "an act to repeal Chapter 14 of the Re-
vised Statutes of the State of Florida;"
And recommend that it do not pass.
Also,
House Bill No. 20:
A bill to be entitled "an act to protect the heirs or suc-
cessors of all persons insured in Life Insurance Companies
doing business in the State of Florida;"
And recommend that it do not pass.
Also,
House Bill No. 29:
A bill to be entitled "an act to define and punish slander;"
And recommend that it do pass.
Very respectfully,
T. L. CLARK,
Chairman of Committee.
Which was read and the bills placed with the order of the
day.
Mr. Sloan, of Lake, requested leave to withdraw,
House Bill No. 20:
To be entitled an act to protect the heirs or successors of
all persons insured in Life Insurance Companies doing busi-
ness in the State of Florida,
Which was granted.
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For the appointment of a joint committee of the House and
the Senate to examine the office of Commissioner of Agricul-
ture,
Was read the second time and ordered to be engrossed.
On motion of Mr. Healy, leave was granted to withdraw
House Resolution No. 6.
House Resolution No. 5:
Relative to adjournment,
Was read, and on motion of Mr. Harris, was laid upon the
table.
By Mr. Sanders, of Brevard:
House Bill No. 61:
To be entitled an act to amend Section 1 of Chapter 4049,
Laws of Florida, entitled an act for the preservation of wild
deer, birds and other game.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred to the
Committee on Game.
By Mr. Knowles, of Columbia:
House Bill No. 62:
To be entitled an act to prohibit prize-fighting and contests
in this State;
Which was read the first time by its title and referred to the
Judiciary Committee.
By Mr. Dancey, of Dural:
House Bill No. 63:
To be entitled an act for the relief of John H. Daniels;
Which was read the first time by its title and referred to the
,Committee on Claims.
By Mr. McAlpin, of Hamilton,
House Bill No. 64:
To be entitled an act to amend section 1751 of the Revised
Statutes of the State of Florida, relating to the landlord's
lein,
Which was read the first time by its title, and referred to
the Judiciary Committee.
By Mr. Wilder, of Hillsborough:
House Bill No. 65:
To be entitled an act to give unto the Tampa Suburban
Railroad Company, the right to condemn property between
Tampa and Ballast Point, in Hillsborough county, Florida.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred to
Committee on City and County Organization.
By Mr. Wilder, of Hillsborough:
House Bill No. 66:
To be entitled an act to repeal an act to section 350, Chap-
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Which was read the first time by its title and referred to
the Judiciary Committee.
By Mr. Christie, of Leon:
House Bill No. 67:
To be entitled an act to amend an act entitled an act to
protect farmers, planters and others, Chapter 3012, approved
February 17, 1877, and the amendment thereto approved
June 2, 1891. And to amend Article 12, Chapter 4, headed
or entitled Trespass and Injury to realty.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred to
the Committee on Agriculture.
By Mr. Smith, of Marion:
House Bill No. 68:
To be entitled an act to provide for the regulation of rail-
road schedules, freight and passenger tariffs and location and
building of passenger and freight depots in this State, to pre-
vent unjust discrimination in the rates charged for the trans-
portation of passengers and freights, and to prohibit railroad
companies, corporations, persons and all common carriers in
this State from charging other than just and reasonable rates,
and to punish the same; and to prescribe a mode of proced-
ure and rules of evidence in relation thereto; to appoint com-
missioners, and to prescribe their duties and powers.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred to
the Committee on Railroads and Telegraphs.
By Mr. Brown, of Marion:
House Bill No. 69:
To be entitled an act for the prevention of blindness;
Which was read the first time by its title-and referred to
the Committee on Public Health.
By Mr. Harris, of Monroe:
House Bill No. 70:
To be entitled an act to define and declare what shall be
deemed nuisances injurious to health, and to provide for the
removal thereof and punishment therefore;
Which was read the first time by its title and referred to
the Committee on Public Health.
By Mr. Drew, of Nassau:
House Bill No. 71:
To be entitled an act to repeal Section 932 of the Revised
:Statutes of Florida, forbidding interference with awarding the
loading or unloading of vessels;
Which was read the first time by its title and referred to
the Committee on Navigation.
By Mr. Drew, of Nassau:
House Bill No. 72:











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To be entitled an act to repeal section 930 of the Revised
Statutes of Florida, declaring certain charters, or charter-par-
ties, void;
Which was read the first time byits title, and referred to
the Judiciary Committee.
By Mr. Chapman, of Orange:
House Bill No. 73:
To be entitled an act to amend section 16, Chapter 4192,
acts of 1893, relating to second and third grade certificates to
school teachers;
Which was read the first time by its title and referred to
Committee on Education.
By Mr. Brady, of Polk;
House Bill No. 74:
To be entitled an act to provide for the division of counties
into convenient school sub-districts, and for the election bi-
ennially of three school trustees, and for the levying and col-
lection of a district school tax, and providing for the holding
of elections for such purposes.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred to the
Committee on Education.
By Mr. Nelson of Sumter:
House Bill No. 75:
To be entitled an act to provide for the regulation of rail-
road freights and passenger tariffs, and to prevent unjust dis-
crimination in rates charged for transportation of passengers
and freights.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred to the
Committee on Railroads and Telegraphs.
By Mr. Peacock, of Suwannee:
House Bill No. 76:
To be entitled an act to amend section 5, Chapter 4192,.
Laws of 1893, relative to public schools.
Which was read the first time by its title and referred to-
the Committee on Education.
By Mr. Wells, of Washington:
House Bill No. 77:
To be entitled an act to repeal Section 1, Chapter 4049, of
the Appendix to the Revised Statutes of the State of Florida.
Which was read the first time by its title, and referred to
the Judiciary Committee.
By Mr. Hendry, of Lee:
House Bill No. 78:
To be entitled an act to protect and preserve the wild game
of the State of Florida.
Which was read the first time by its title, and referred to-











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the Committee on Game.
On motion of Mr. Rees, the Committee on Privileges and
Elections. was granted a clerk during the investigation of the
election contest cases.
House Bill No. 20:
To be entitled an act to protect the heirs or successors of
all persons insured in Life Insurance Companies doing busi-
ness in the State of Florida,
Was, on motion, withdrawn.
House Bill No. 29:
A bill to be entitled an act to define and punish slander,
Was read the second time and ordered engrossed.
The House took up the bill passed at the session of the Leg-
islature of 1893:
Mr. G asking moved that the veto message be spread upon
the Jour nal;
Which was agreed to and is as follows:

STATE OF FLORIDA,
EXECUTIVE DEiPARTMENT, June i, 1893.
Hox. JOIN L. CRAwrFOID,
Secretary of State:
SIR-In accordance with section 28, Article 3, of the Con-
stitution, I herewith transmit to you for filing in the office of
the Secretary of State:
"An act for the relief of the physicians and officers of Tay-
lor county who performed services in connection with the ar-
rest of John I). Cox, for the murder of Lucius Henderson,
July 2, 1888."
This bill, in my opinion, should have been an act for the re-
lief of certain persons, giving the names of each one, but
both the title of the bill and the enacting clause are so in-
definite as to the parties, and as to what services they actually
performed, that I feel it to be my duty to withhold my ap-
proval of the bill.
There is another thing. If the parties seeking this relief
are entitled to the costs, etc., they are claiming, the same
should have been paid as other costs in criminal prosecutions,
but there is no explanation as to why this course was not pur-
sued, instead of resorting to the Legislature.
Very respectfully,
HENRY L. MITCIIELL,
Governor.
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Mr. Gaskins moved, will the House on reconsideration agree
to pass the bill;
Which was agreed to.
The Speaker announced the question to be: "Shall the bill
pass the veto of the Governor to the contrary notwithstand-
ing?"
The roll being called the vote was:
Yeas-None.
Nays-Mr. Speaker, Messrs Bates, Ballard, Bennett, Bowles,
Brady, Brown, Carpenter, Chapman, Christie, Clark of Lafay-
ette, Daly, Dancy, Dickson, Drew, Ellis, Finlayson, Gaskins,
Gilchrist, Godwin, Gregory, Groover, Harp, Harris, Iealy,
Hendry, Herndon, Higginbothan, High, Kelley, Knowles,
Mays, McAlilly, McAlpin, McCall, McCreary, McIntosh, Mc-
Sween, Moore, Mosely, Nelson, Peacock, Pinkham, Plummer,
Raker, Rees, Roberts, Sanders, Sewell, Shaffer, Skinner,
Sloan, Smith, Stone, Sullivan, Thayer, Tucker, Vanness,
Wade, Wells, Whitner, Wilder, Wills, Zim.-64.
So the veto of the Governor was sustained and the bill did
not pass.
The louse took up the bill passed at the Session of the
Legislature of 1893.
Mr. Gaskins moved that the veto message be spread upon
the Journal.
Which was agreed to.
STATE OF FLOIIDA.
EXECUTIVE D)EPAR TMExT'
TALLAIIASSEE, June 6, 1893.
HoN. JOHN L. CH'AWF(OD,
Secretary of State.
Sin-In compliance with section 28, Article 3, of the Con-
stitution, I herewith hand you for filing in the office of Secre-
tary of State: "An Act to allow husband and wife to testify
in all criminal cases where one or the other is a defendant."
Now, there are statutes similar to this in some other states,
but it is such an innovation upon the sanctity of the marital
relations, and, in my opinion, so clearly against public policy,
that I am constrained to withhold my signature from the bill.
Very respectfully,
IIENEY L. M3lTCIIELTL,
Governor.
Mr. Gaskins moved that-will the House upon reconsidera-
tion agree to pass the bill;
Which was agreed to.
The Speaker announced the question: "Shall the bill pass,












the veto of the Governor to the contrary notwithstanding?"
The roll being called the vote was:
Yeas-None.
Nays-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Bates, Ballard, Bennett,
Bowles, Brady, Brown, Carpenter, Chapman. Christie, Clark
of Lafayette, Daly, Dancy, Dickson, Drew, Ellis, Finlayson,
Gaskins, Gilchrist, Godwin, Gregory, Groover, Harp, Harris,
Healy, Hendry, Herndon, Higginbothan, High, Kelley,
Knowles, Mays, McAlilly, McAlpin, McCall, McCreary, Mc-
Intosh, McSween, Moore, Mosely, Nelson, Peacock Pinkham,
Plummer, Rees, Roberts, Sanders, Sewell, Shaffer, Skinner,
Sloan, Smith, Stone, Sullivan, Thayer, Tucker, Vanness,
WTade, Wall, Wells, Whitner, Wilder, Wills, Zim.-64.
So the Governor's veto was sustained and the bill did not
pass
On motion, Mr. Ballard was granted leave to withdraw.
House Bill No. 22:
A bill to be entitled an act for the protection of fish, oys-
ters and game.
The following message was received from the Senate:
SENATE CHIAMIBEI, }
TALLAHIASSEE,, FLA., April 5, 1895.
TIoN. W. S. JEN'INGS,
Speakfer of t.he Iouse of J"epresentatives
Sin-I am directed by the Senate to inform the House of
Representatives that the Senate las passed-
Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 13:
A memorial to the Congress of the United States, asking
the purchase of Appomattox for purposes of a national park,
and the erection of a memorial monument therein.
Whereas, The third of a century has gone by since the first
shock of battle in the war between the States, which culmi-
nated at Appomattox, first, shocked the world, And,
Whereas, No differences of blood divide us, nor differences
of language separate us,, nor differences of section part us,
therefore, be it,
Resolved, By the Senate and House of Representatives of
the State of Florida, That our Senators and Representatives in
Congress be requested to take immediate steps towards secur-
ing the passage of a bill providing for the purchase of Appo-
mattox for the purpose of a national park.
Resolved, further, That said bill provide for the erection by
the Governert of a memorial monument upon the historic spot
where General Lee surrendered to General Grant, as a tribute











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to the valor of the American soldiers who fell on both sides of'
.that great contest, and as evidence to the world that section.-
alism no longer holds sway in our nation-that we know no
North, no South, no East, no West, but unite with pride in
and devotion to one great common country.
Also the following:
Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 14:
Senate concurrent resolution providing for joint action by
Finance Committees of the two houses;
Resolved bythe Senate, the House of Representatives con-
curring,
1st, That the Finance Committes of the Senate and the
House of Representatives are hereby authorized to sit in joint
session whenever called together by the chairman of joint
committee, or by any three members of same, to consider the-
financial condition of the State, and to report by bills or
otherwise plans for advancing the financial affairs of the State,
the payment of its indebtedness, and meeting its current ex-
penses.
2d, All bills or reports from the joint sessions provided
above shall come to either house of the Legislature as from a
joint committee.
Also the following:
Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 8:
Resolved, by the Senate, the House ef Representatives con-
courring; That the Committees on Privileges and Elections of
the two houses act as a joint committee to which shall be re-
ferred all bills, resolutions and other papers pertaining to elec-
tions.
And respectfully request the concurrence of the House of
Representatives thereto.
Very respectfully,
T. J. APPLEYARD,
Secretary of Senate.
Which was read and the resolutions placed with the order-
of the day.
House Concurrent Resolution No. 21:
Relative to the appointment of a joint committee to inves-
tigate the Coast Line and Transportation Company.
Was read the second time and upon its adoption the yeas.
and nays were ordered.
The vote was:
Yeas--Messrs. Bates, Ballard, Bennett, Brady, Brown, Car-
penter, Daly, Dancy, Drew, Ellis, Finlayson, Gaskins, Gilchrist,
Gregory, Groover, Harp, Harris, Healy, Hendry, Herndon, Hig-
ginbothan, High, Knowles, Mays, McAlilly, McAlpin, McCall,.












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McCreary, McIntosh, Moore, Mosely, Nelson, Peacock, Pink-
ham, Plummer, Raker, Rees, Roberts, Sanders, Sewell, Shaf-
fer, Smith, Stone, Sullivan, Thayer, Tucker, Vanness, Wilder,
Wills, and Zim.-5".
Nays-Messrs. Bowles, Chapman, Christie, Clark of La-
fayette, Dickson, Godwin, Kelley, McSween, Skinner, Sloane,
Wade, Wall, Wells, and Whitner.-14.
So the resolution was adopted.
House Bill No. 9:.
A bill to be entitled an act, relating to the indexing of all
instruments of writing hereafter recorded, referring to real
estate.
Which was read the second time and recommitted to the
Judiciary Committee.
Mr. Iarris moved,
That House bill No. 50, referred to Committee on Finance
and Taxation, be returned to the house without action.
Which was agreed to.
Mr. Christie moved that the House proceed to the election
;)f a Speaker pro tem.
Which was agreed to.
Mr. Christie nominated Mr. Dancy for Spe'aker pro tern.
Mr. Dancy declined being a candidate.
Mr. Dancy nominated Mr. Mays, of Jefferson, for Speaker
pro tem.
There being no other nominations, on motion of Mr. Harris,
Mr. Mays was elected Speaker pro tem.
On motion Messrs. Dancy, Gaskins and Ballard, were ap-
pointed by the Speaker to escort the Speaker pro tem to the
chair.
Upon taking the chair Mr. Mays made a few remarks,
thanking the members for the honor conferred.
On motion of Mr. Christie the House adjourned until 9
-o'clock to-morrow.

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SATURDAY, ArnuIL 6, 1895.
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. Bates, Ballard, Bennett, Bowles,
JBrady, Brown, Carpenter, Chapman, Christie, Clark of











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Jefferson, Clark of Lafayette, Daly, Dancy, Dickson,.
Drew, Ellis, Finlayson, Gaskins, Gilehrist, Godwin, Greg-
ory, Groover, Harp, Harris, Healy, Hendry, Herndon,
Higginbothan, High, Kelley, Knowles, Latham, Mahoney, Mays,
McAlilly, McAlpin, McCall, McCreary, McIntosh, McSween,
Moore, Moseley, Nelson, Peacock, Pinkham, Plummer,
Raker, Rees, Roberts, Sanders, Shaffer, Skinner, Sloan,
Smith, Stone, Sullivan, Thayer, Tucker, Vanness, Wade,
Wells, Whitner, Wilder, Wills and Zim--5.
A quorum present.
Prayer by the Chaplain.
On motion of Mr. Hasp, Mr. Hendry was excused on ac-
count of sickness.
On motion of Mr. Sanders, Mr. Sewell was excused on ac-
count of sickness.
On motion of Mr. Harp, Mr. Wall was excused on account
of sickness.
Mr. Harp moved that Richard Burnham, Page, be excused
on account of sickness, and Dana Wilder appointed Page.
Mr. Bates moved that T. A. Morgan, Doorkeeper, be ex-
cused until Tuesday.
Mr. Healy, of Volusia, offered:
House Resolution No. 49:
That the committee on Railroads and Telegraphs be
allowed to print 200 copies of House bill No. 57.
Which was adopted.
Mr. Gilchrist, of Desoto, offered:
House Resolution No. 50:
Be it resolved by the House of Representatives of the State of
Florida: To the Standing committees of the House there shall
be added the Committee on General Legislation, to consist of not
exceeding seven members, at least two, and not over three, of
whom shall be lawyers, a majority of this committee shall not
be lawyers. In the exercise of a sound discretion, the Judi-
ciary Committee may refer to this committee certain bills
proper to be referred thereto, and which have been referred to
the said Judiciary Committee:
Which was read.
Mr. Sullivan moved that the resolution be laid on the table.
Which was not agreed to.
The Speaker ruled resolution No. 50 to be out of order as-
notice to amend the Rules has not been given.
Mr. Gilchrist, of Desoto, offered:
House resolution No. 51:
Be it resolved by the House of Representatives of the State
of Florida: That the rules governing the amendment to Rules













of the House giving one day's notice be,and the same is hereby
waived for this day.
Which was read.
Mr. Ballard moved to lay the resolution on the table.
Which was not agreed to.
Upon motion to adopt:
Resolution No. 51 was not agreed to, having failed to re-
ceive a two-thirds vote.
Mr. McCreary, of Alachua, offered:
House Resolution No. 52:
Be it resolved by the' House: That the Committee on Priv-
ileges and Elections be required to print two hundred copies
each of house bills Nos. 2 and 26 for the use of the House,
Which was read and adopted.
Mr. Gilchrist offered the following notice:
HON. W. S. JENNINGS,
Speaker of the House of elepresentatices:
Sin-I have the honor to state that I will on Monday next
introduce a House Resolution changing the rules of the House
as to the number ot its committees and the name of the com-
mittee or committees to be added thereto, and such other
matter as would pertain thereto.
I have the honor to be,
Very respectfully,
ALBERT W. (mLi'ilRIST,
of DeSoto.
Which was read.
Mr. Harp, Chairman of the Committee on Agriculture, re-
turned House Bill No. 17 to the House and recommended its
reference to the Committee on Game,
And it was so referred.
The following message was received from the Senate:
SENATE CiHAMBIrmi
TALLAHASSEE, FL,A., April 6, 1895.J
HON. W. S. JENNINGS,
Speaker of the IHouse of _epreesenttties:.
SI: I am directed by the Senate to inform the House of
*Representatives that the Senate has-
Appointed Messrs. Palmer of 11th and McLeran as the
committee on the part of the Senate, in accordance with
Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 1:
Providing for the appointment of a committee of two from
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examine the offices of the Comptroller and Treasurer.
Very respectfully,
T. J. APPLEYARD,
Secretary of the Senate.
Which was read.
INTRODUCTION OF BILLS.
By Mr. McCreary, of Alachua:
House Bill No. 79:
To be entitled an act to amend sections 2008 and 2009,
Chapter 5, Article 3, of the Revised Statutes of Florida, re-
lating to exemption of wages from garnishment.
The rules being waived by a two-thirds vote, the bill was
read the first time by its title, and referred to the Judiciary
Committee.
SBy Mr. McCreary. of Alachua:
House Bill No. 80:
To be entitled an act for the relief of the heirs of Sarah R.
Barnes.
Which was read the first time by its title rules being waived
by a two-thirds vote and referred to the Committee on Claims.
By Mr. Daly, of Escambia:
House Bill No. 81:
To be entitled an act to amend section 255, Chapter 1, of
the Revised Statutes of Florida.
The rules being waived by a two-thirds vote, the bill was
read the first time by its title and referred to the Judiciary
Committee.
By Mr. Wilder, of Iillsborough:
House Bill No. 82:
To be entitled an act to authorize administrators to take
possession of the lands belonging to the estate represented by
them and for the sale of said lands, or any portion thereof,
when the same cannot be equally divided amongst the heirs
or devisees.
Which was read the first time by its title rules being waived
by a two-thirds vote and referred to the Judiciary Committee.
By Mr. Christie, of Leon:
House Bill No. 83:
To be entitled an act authorizing the Comptroller to pay
upon presentation any of the remaining fifteen hundred dol-
lars of bonds issued by the Constitutional Convention of 18'i8.
Which was read the first time by its title the rule being
waived by a two-thirds vote, and referred to the Committee on
Finance and Taxation.
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House Bill No. 84:
To be entitled an act to regulate the taking of fish in the
waters of the .State of Florida.
Which was read the first time by its title, the rule being
waived by a two-thirds vote,and referred to the Committee on
Fisheries.
By Mr. Ballard, of Manatee:
House Bill No. 85:
To be entitled an act to prevent the illegal sale of intox-
icating liquors.
Which was read the first time by its title, the rule being
waived by a two-thirds vote, and referred to the Committee on
"Temperance.
By Mr. Drew, of Nassau:
House Bill No. 86:
To be entitled an act to secure the minority of stockholders
in corporations organized under general law, the power of
electing a representative membership in boards of directors,
Which was read the first time by its title, the rule being
waived by a two-thirds vote, and referred to the Committee
on Corporations.
By Mr. Whitner, of Orange:
House Bill No. 87:
To be entitled an act declaring memorial day (26 April) a
legal holiday in the State of Florida,
Which was read the first time by its title, the rule being
waved by a two-thirds vote, and referred to the Committee on
-State Institutions.
By Mr. Moesly, of Osceola:
House Bill No. 88:
To be entitled an act to dispose of real estate having been
*certified to the State for taxes.
Which was read the first time by its title, the rule being
waived by a two-thirds vote, and referred to the Committee on
Finance and Taxation.
By Mr. Moseley, of Osceola:
House Bill No. 89:
To be entitled an act to empower the State Board of Pub-
lic Instruction to provide a uniform course of free text books
for the use of the schools of the State, and to provide for the
gratuitous distribution of the same,
Which was read the first time by its title, the rule being
waived by a two-thirds vote, and referred to the Committee on
Education.
By Mr. Wade, of Polk:
House Bill No. 90:











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To be entitled an act for the preservation of wild deer, birds
and other game.
Which was read the first time by its title, the rule being
waived by a two-thirds vote, and referred to the Committee
on Game.
By Mr..Rees, of Suwannee;
House Bill No. 91:
To be entitled an act to incorporate Live Oak Bank.
The rules being waived by a two-thirds vote, the bill was
read the first time by its title, and referred to the Committee
on Corporations.
By Mr. Gaskins, of Bradford:
House Bill No. 92:
To be entitled an act to fix the pay for feeding prisoners
confined in the several jails of this State;
Which was read the first time by its title, the rule being
waived by a two-thirds vote, and referred to the Committee
on Finance and Taxation.
By Mr. Gaskins, of Bradford:
louse Bill No. 93:
To be entitled an act for making contracts for labor of
prisoners sentenced to or confined in the State prison of the
State or several county jails;
Which was read the first time by its title, the rule being
waived by a two-thirds vote, and referred to the Committee on
Finance and Taxation..
REPORT OF STANDING COMMITTEES.
By Mr, Christie, Chairman of the Committee on State Insti-
tutions:
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, (
TALLAHASSEE, FLA., April 0, 1895.
H]ox. W. S. J.:xxixis,
S)eaker of the tIouse of Jepresentatives :
Smi-Your Committee on State Institutions, to whom was
referred,
House Concurrent Resolution No. 10:
Beg leave to report that they have carefully considered the
same and recommend that the same be so amended as to read
two from the House and one from the Senate, and that.the
same do pass as amended.
Also,
House Concurrent Resolution No. 11,
And recommend that the same do pass.
Also,












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House Concurrent Resolution No. 22,
And recommend that the same be so amended as to read
two from the House and one from the Senate,
And that the same do pass as amended.
Also,
House Concurrent Resolution No. 29:
And recommend that the same do pass.
Also,
House Concurrent Resolution No. 291,
And recommend that the same be so amended as to read
two from the House and one from the Senate,
And that the same do pass as amended.
Very respectfully,
F. T. CmusrTIE,
Chairman of Committee.
Which was read and the resolutions placed. with the order
of the day.
By Mr. Sullivan, Chairman pro ter of the Judiciary Com-
mittee:
HoUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
TALLAJASSEE, FLA., April 6, 1895.
IToN. W. S. JENNINruS,
Speaker of the IHouse of 1'epi))ese tttic es:
SI--Your Committee on Judiciary to whom was referred-
House Bill No. 43:
To be entitled an act to amend sections 2846 and 2848 of
the Revised Statutes of Florida, relating to executive officers
of justice of the peace and county judge's courts;
Also,
House Bill No. 52:
To be entitled an act relating to the issuing and serving of
summons ad respondendum, subpoenas* and other process in
civil causes, and for other purposes;
And recommend that they do pass.
Also,
House Bill No. 34:
To be entitled an act to amend section 16304 of the Revised
Statutes of Florida, relating to procurement of writ of gar-
nishment,
Also,
House Bill No. 35:
To be entitled an act relating to garnishment;
Also,
House Bill No. 47:













To be entitled an act to amend section 1103 of Chapter 15,
of the Revised Statutes:
Also,
House Bill No. 64:
To be entitled an act to amend section 1761 of the Revised
Statutes of the State of Florida, relating to the landlord's
lien,
And recommend that they do not pass.
Also,
House Bill No. 72:
A bill to be entitled an act to repeal section 930 of the Re-
vised Statutes of Florida, declaring certain charters or charter
parties void.
And recommend that it be referred to the Committee on
Navigation.
Very respectfully,
J. J. SULLIVAN,
SChairman pro tem of Committee.
Which was read and the bills placed with the orders of the
day.
By Mr. Mays, Cbairman of the Committee on Appropria-
tions:
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, )
TALLAHASSEE, FLA., April 6, 1895.
HON. W. S. JENNINGS,
Speaker of the louse of Representatives:
Sil:-Your Committee on Appropriations, to whom was re-
ferred-
House Bill No. 42:
A bill to be entitled an act making appropriations to the
various counties of the State, to be expended in the payment
of the cost and expenses of criminal prosecutions:
Beg leave to report that they have had the same under con-
sideration and recommend that it do pass.
Very respectfully,
D. H. MAYS,
Chairman.of Committee.
Which was read and the bill placed with the ordersof the
day.
By Mr. Latham, Chairman of the Committee on Finance and
Taxation:
IIOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
TALLAHASSEE, FLA., April 6, 1895.
HIon. W. S. JENNINGS,
Speaker of the Ilouse of Represinlatives













Sin: Your Committee on Fitlance and Taxation, to whom
was referred-
House Bill No. 50:
To be entitled an act to require promises to pay debts,
barred by statute of limitations to be in writing.
Beg leave to report it back without consideration in com-
pliance with request of the House on yesterday.
Very respectfully,
J. F. LATIIAM,
Chairman of Committee.
Which was read and the bill placed with the orders of the
day.
Mr. Wells moved that two hundred copies of all bills upon
the subject of railroad commissions shall be printed..
Which was agreed to.
BILLS ON SECOND READING.
House Bill No. 34:
To be entitled an act to amend Section 1680, of the Revised
Statutes of Florida, relating to procurement of writ of gar-
nishment.
Was read the second time.
Mr. Clark, of Jefferson, moved the indefinite postponement
of the bill.
Which was agreed to.
House Bill No. 35:
To be entitled an act relating to garnishment;
Was read the second time.
Mr. Harris, moved that the bill be indefinitely postponed.
Which was agreed to.
House Bill No. 42:
To be entitled an act making appropriations to the various
counties of the State, to be expended in the payment of the
costs and expenses of criminal prosecutions;
Was read the second time and ordered that two hundred
copies be printed.
House Bill No. 60:
To be entitled an act to promote and protect horticultural
interests in the State of Florida;
Read second time and on motion of Mr. McIntosh, two hun-
dred copies ordered printed.
House Bill No. 43:
To be entitled an act to amend Sections 2846 and 2847 of
the Revised Statutes of Florida, relating to executive officers
of justice of the peace and county judge's courts;
Was read the second time and ordered to be engrossed.











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House Bill No. 47:
To be entitled an act to amend section 1105 of Chapter 15,
-of the Revised Statutes;
Was read the second time and ordered to be engrossed.
House Bill No. 50.
To be entitled an act to require promises to pay debts
barred by statute of limitation to be in writing;
Was read the second time and ordered to be engrossed.
House Bill No. 52:
To be entitled an act relating to the issuing and serving of
-summons ad respondendum and for other purposes;
Was read the second time and ordered to be engrossed.
House Bill No. 64:
To be entitled an act to amend section 1751 of the Revised
Statutes of the State of Florida, relating to the landlords'
lien.
Was read the second time and on motion of Mr. McAlpin,
was withdrawn.
House Bill No. 72:
To be entitled an act to repeal section 932 of the Revised
Statutes of Florida, declaring certain charters and charter
parties, void.
Was read the second time and referred to the Committee
on Commerce and Navigation.
SECOND READING OF CONCRRENT RESOLUTIONS.
House Resolution No. 10:
Relative to appointing a joint committee to visit the State
Deaf and Dumb Asylum at St. Augustine;
Was read, amended and adopted.
House Resolution No. 11:
Relative to a committee to investigate the management of
the Agricultural College and Experimental Stations;
Was read, amended and adopted.
House Joint Resolution No. 22:
Relative to a committee being appointed to visit and exam-
ine the State Lunatic Asylum,
Was read, amended and adopted.
House Resolution No. 29:
Relative to committee to the convict camps;
Was read, amended and adopted.
House Resolution No. 29:
Relative to committee to visit Normal Institute at White
:Springs.
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Mr. Sullivan moved t Sulliv nove t Sullivan, of Escanmbia be in-
vited to the courtesies of the House.
The following message was received from the Senate:
SENTATI CIIAMIKBER,
TA.1LLAILASSEE, FLA., April 2, 1895. 5
Ilos. W". S. ,IENXIx;S,
,Spea/,r of the JIous of Jepr'oes ntatti'es:
Sm--T am directed byl the Senato to inform the House of
Representatives that the Senate has passed-
House (Concurrent Resolution No. 3, creating a special
joint committee to investigate the books, records and accounts
of the Commissioner of Agriculture, and appoints Senators
Whidden and Wilhamson on that committee on the part of
the Senate.
And respectfully requests the concurrence of the IHouse of
Representatives thereto.
Vry respeccffully,
T. J. API EYAiU)D,
Secretary of the Senate.
Which was read.
And the Speaker appointed Messrs. Finlayson, Bowles and.
"Sloan, such committee on the part of the House.
Senate Concurrent Resolution, relative to the Committees
on Privileges and elections of the Senate and House acting as
a joint committee to which all bills and resolutions shall be re-
ferred.
Was read the second time, and the House refused to adopt
the resolution.
Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 13:
Relative to asking the Congress of the United States to
purchase Appomattox for purposes of a national park and the
erection of a memorial monument therein.
Was read the second time and upon its adoption the yeas
and nays being called for-
The vote was:
Yeas-Messrs. Bates, Ballard, Bennett, Bowles, Brown,
Clark of Jefferson, Clark of Lafayette, Drew, Elhls, Finlayson,
Gaskins, Gilchrist, Godwin, Groover, Harp, Herndon, Hig-
ginbothan, Mays, Moore, Nelson, Sanders, Shaffer, Sloan,
"Smith, Sullivan, Wade, Wells, and Wills.-27.
Nays-Messrs. Carpenter, Chapman, Christie, Daly, Dancy,
Dickson, Gregory, Harris, Healy, High, Kelley, Knowles,
Mahoney, McAlilly, McAlpin, McCall, McCreary, McIntosh,
McSween, Moseley, Peacock, Pinkham, Plummer, Raker,
Rees, Skinner, Stone, Thayer, Tucker, Whitner, Wilder, and
Zim.-32.











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So the resolution did not pass.
On motion, Mr. Sullivan was excused from attendance on
Monday.
Mr. Rees, Chairman of the Committee on Privileges and
Elections, returned to the House, for the purpose of having
printed, House Bills Nos. 2 and 26.
On motion of Mr. Brown, the House adjourned until 10
o'clock A. M., Monday next.

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MONDAY, APRIL 8, 1895.
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. Bates, Ballard, Bennett, Bowles,
Brady, Carpenter, Chapman, Christie, Clark of Lafayette,
Daly, Dancy, Dickson, Drew, Ellis, Finlayson, Gaskins, Gil-
christ, Godwin, Gregory, Groover, Harp, Harris, Healy, Hern-
don, Higginbothan, High, Kelley, Knowles, Latham, Mahoney,
Mays, McAlilly, McAlpin, McCall, McCreary, McIntosh, Mc-
Sween, Moore, Mosely, Nelson, Peacock, Pinkham, Plummer,
Rees, Roberts, Sanders, Shaffer, Skinner, Sloan, Smith, Stone,
Sullivan, Thayer, Tucker, Vanness, Wade, Wells, Whitner,
Wilder, Wills, Zim-62.
A quorum present.
Prayer by the Chaplain.
Journal read and approved.
On motion, the following members were excused on ac-
count of sickness: Messrs. Brown, Clark of Jefferson, Hendry,
Raker, Sewell, and Wall.
Mr. Healy moved to reconsider-
Senate Resolution No. 13:
Relative to asking Congress of the United States to pur-
chase Appomattox for purpose s of a national park and the
erection of a memorial monument thereon;
Which was agreed to.
Mr. Healy moved that the rules be waived and the resolu-
tion be read and put upon its passage;
Which was agreed 'to.
The resolution was read and pu t upon its passage.
Upon which the vote was:
Yeas-Mr. Speaker, Messrs. Bates, Ballard, Bennett,











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Bowles, Brady, Carpenter, Chapman, Christie, Clark of La-
fayette, Daly, Dancy, Dickson, Drew, Ellis, Finlayson, Gas-
kins, Gilchrist, Godwin, Gregory, Groover, Harp, Hlealy,
Herndon, IIigginbothan, High, Kelley, Knowles, Latham,
Mahoney, Mays, McAlilly, McAlpin, McCreary, McIntosh,
McSween, Moore, Mosely, Nelson, Peacock, Pinkham, Plum-
mer, Sanders, Shaffer, Skinner, Sloan, Smith, Stone, Thayer,
Tucker, Vanness, Wade, Wells, Wilder, Wills and Zim-56.
Nays-Messrs. McCall and Whitner.-2.
So the resolution was adopted.
The following message was received from the Senate:
SENATE CHAMMIBEIl,
TALLAIIAS.sEI., FLA., April 8, 1895.
HIO0. W. S. .TENNINGS,
.\.d.a(,' of the _House of Representatives:
SIj-I am directed by the Senate to inform the House of
Representatives that the Senate has passed-
Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 9:
Providing for a committee of one from the Senate and two
from the House of Representatives, to investigate the books
and records, and examine into the condition of the State In-
sane Asylum.
.fon. W. D. Chipley has been appointed on the above com-
mittee on the part of the Senate.
And respectfully request the concurrence of the House of
Representatives thereto.
Very respectfully,
T. J. AI'PLEYARD,
Secretary of the Senate.
Which was read and the resolution was placed with the or-
ders of the day.
Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 9:
Relative to the appointment of a Joint Committee to visit
the lunatic asylum.
"Which was read and adopted.
Mr. Gilchrist offered:
House Resolution No. 53:
Be it resolved by the House of Representatives of the State
of Florida, no member shall have over 60 seconds in which to
explain his vote, as he will have the balance of his lifes in
which to explain his vote to his constituents;
Which was read.
Mr. Peacock moved to lay the resolution on the table;
Which was agreed to.
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"SIr. Healy, of Volusia, offered:
1Iouse Resolution No. 54:
Resolved, That there be printed 100 copies from day to day
of a calendar of this House for use of its members;
Which was read the first time and adopted.
Mr. Ballard offered the following amendment:
Moved that the clerk be authorized to employ such assist-
:antce as may be necessary to accomplish the service;
Which was adopted.
Mr- Gilchrist, of DeSoto, offered the following amendment:
Amend by adding the words "at an expense not to exceed
$100;"
Which was adopted.
Mr. Healy moved that the Resolution be adopted as
-amended;
Which was agreed to.
Mr. Gilchrist, of DeSoto, I-t. i .I--
House Resolution No. 54:
Amending Rule 52 of the Rules of the House of Repre-
s::entatives;
t,e it resolved by the House of Representatives of the State
of t lorida, There shall be added to the list of committees as
-shown in liule 52 of the House of Representatives, a commit-
tee to be called Committee on General Legislation, to consist
of not exceeding seven members, no more than three of whom
shall be of the same profession, business or trade, and at least
:two of whom shall be members of the legal profession;
Which was read and adopted.
Mr. Sloan, of Lake, offered:
"House Resolution No. 56:
Whereas, The Engrossing Clerk of this House has been
,called front his post of duty by. sickness in his family, and
Whereas, The House is now without a duly obligated en-
grossing clerk to do tha work, and
Whereas, Experience has demonstrated that one clerk can-
not do the engrossing and keep up with the work of the
House, therefore, be it
Resolved, That one assistant engrossing clerk be now
kI.Itr:.l and sworn in, and that his compensation shall date
Xrom the beginning of his services;
Which was read and adopted.
Mr. Sloan, of Lake, put the name of C. S. Nobles in nomi-
mation.
Mr. Smith, of Marion, moved that his nomination be made
unatnimous;
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,was duly sworn in' for assistant engrossing clerk by Mr. Gil-
.christ, Notary Public.
Mr. Bennett, of Lake, offered:
House Resolution No. 57:
Resolved, That each committee appointed to visit a public
institution be directed to embody in its report to this House
the number and names of all who are or have been employed
in such institution within one year, the salaries or compensa-
tion paid such officers or employes, and the duties they are re-
quired to perform;
Which was read the first time and adopted.
Mr. Harp, of Putnam, offered:
House Resolution No. 58:
"Whereas, The impression is prevalent in several counties
in the State thlit there are more employes in the different de-
liartments about the State Capitol than the requirements of
the public service demand, provided each perform proper ser-
vice, and that these employes are largely from one section of
the State, and, that some of them are paid directly and indi-
recttly more for their services than the beads of some of the
departments receive; and that this information may be given
to the public, and to this body, to guide them in matters of
legislation in regard to salaries, and to curtail expenses of
government if it be found consistent with efficient public ser-
vices:
Be it resolved that the Governor, and each cabinet officer,
and the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, be requested to
report to this body on Monday next, for publication in the
Journal of that day, the following facts from their several de-
partments, viz:
1st. Amount of salary received by himself or associates.
"2nd. The average amount of fees, perquisites, if any, etc.,
accruing to his salary the past two years, beginning April 1,
1893, and ending April 1, 1895.
3rd. The number, name and residence when first em-
ployed, of each person in anywise conncected with his de-
partment; also the aggregate salary received by each, both di-
rect and indirect (that is, by acting as secretary or treasurer of
any board or fund or institution connected with the State
government), stating from what fund both the direct and in-
direct salaries are paid.
4th. The particular service rendered by each eemploye,
the number of hours per day such person is actually employed
in said service, and whether or not in the opinion of the head
.of the department the service of any could be dispensed with,











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or his duties combined with that of some other employee with-
out detriment to the public service.
5th. In case there are employes about the Capitol not
properly belonging to either of the regular departments, that
the Secretary of State be requested to furnish this body with
the desired information in regard thereto as required above.
from the heads of the several departments.
Which was read and adopted.
Mr. Kelley, of Taylor offered:
House Resolution No. 59:
House Joint Resolution:
Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the State of
Florida.
Be it resolved by the Legislature of the State of Florida:
That the following amendment to the Constitution of the
State of Florida be and the same is hereby agreed to and shall
be submitted to the electors of the State at the general elec-
tion in 1896 for ratification or rejection:
Section 5, Article 8, of the Constitution is hereby amended!
so as to read as follows:
There shall be five county commissioners elected in each,
county every two years, one from each county commissioner's
district, by the qualified electors of said county commissioner's
district as already established or may hereafter be established
in the several counties in this State; Provided, That county
commissioners' districts shall not divide election districts; Pro-
vided further, That county commissioners shall, upon the
adoption of this proposed amendment, lay off the election dis-
tricts in their respective counties to conform to the provisions.
of this section.
Which was read the first time, and referred to the Com-
mittee on Constitutional Amendments.
Mr. Bennett, of Lake, offered:
House Resolution No. 60:
Resolved, That the committees appointed to investigate the
offices of the several State departments be and are hereby
directed to extend their investigations into the actual and
necessary expenses of conducting such offices and depart-
ments, and that they be and are hereby required to report the-
names of all who have been employed in the respective de-
partments within one year; also report the duties required of
such clerks and employes and the salaries or compensationI
paid or to be paid;
Which was read and adopted.
Mr. Thayer, of Volusia, offered:
Joint Resolution No. 61: