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Finding Guide: A Guide to the William Sherman Jennings Papers
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Title: Correspondence: 1895-1898
Series Title: Correspondence (legislative, political, business etc.), 1895-1913
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Publication Date: 1895-1898
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Box: 6
Folder: Correspondence: 1895-1898
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Subjects / Keywords: Jennings, William Sherman, 1863-1920.
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COLLINS IMPEACHMENT PROCEEDINGS.

Connection of J. N. C. Stockton Therewith.

On Thursday, April 8, 1897, the Senate passed the following

Substitute offered by Senator Fuller for Senator Gaillard's Concurrent

Resolution No. 4: See page 69, Senate Journal, 1897.

"Resolved by the Senate, the House concurring, That a committee
of two on the part of the Senate and three from tke, House be appointed
to investigate and ascertain and report to the Legislature how much and
what monies of the State and various counties of the State, as a trustee
or otherwise, is now deposited or loaned out to the banks, banking in-
stitutions, other corporations, or individuals by the Treasurer of the
State, or by the board composed of the Governor, Treasurer and Comptrol-
ler; also the terms and conditions upon which any monies are deposited
or loaned out as aforesaid, also Apon what securities such monies are
deposited or loaned, the amount and value of such securities as well as
the names of the corporations, firms or individuals now holding such
deposits or loans.
"Be it further resolved, That such committee be empowered and es-
pecially requested to investigate and report to this Legislature, the
condition, amount and circumstances of the deposit by the Treasurer of
any such monies in the defunct Merchants National Bank of Ocala, the char-
acter, amount and value of the securities upon which the same was depos-
ited or loaned, their present value, also what steps are necessary to be
taken bj this Legislature in order for the State to realize upon such
securities.
Be it further resolved, That this committee shall have power to
send for persons and papers, to force attendance and to compel the giving
of testimony, and to employ such clerical and expert aid as may be neces-
sary to make a thorough investigation in all these particulars."

This Resolution was passed by the House April 15, 1897.
House Journal, page 157.

Upon the committee thus provided the following were appointed:
Senators Gaillard and Fuller; Representatives Whitner, Zewadski and Hyer.
House Journal, page 309.

The committee's report, disclosing shortages in Treasurer Collins'
accounts, is set out in extenso on pages 549 et seq., House Journal.

On May 17th Mr. Harris of Monroe offered the following House
Resolution: "Resolved, That Clarence B. Collins, Treasurer of Florida,
be impeached of high crimes and misdemeanors, incompetency, malfeasance
in office and conduct detrimental to the public good.
"Resolved, further, That a committee of seven be appointed by the
Speaker as managers.to conduct the impeachment of Clarence B. Collins,
Treasurer of the State of Florida, before the Senate, and said committee
are instructed to immediately present to the House the articles of im-
peachment."

Mr. Stockton moved to make the Resolution a special order for
three days later. Motion tabled and resolution adopted.
House Journal, page 744.

The Speaker appointed Messrs. BSloan of Polk, Hendry of Lee, Harris







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of Monroe, Wall of Putnam, Rice of Franklin, Young of Hillsborough and
Fulton of Hernando to be members of the committee.
House Journal, page 745.

This committee reported Articles of Impeachment against Collins
on Thursday, May 20, 1897. House Journal, page 805.

Mr. Harris moved that the report be read by sections, and either
adopted or rejected. House Journal, page 811.

Mr. Pope of Duval moved as a substitute that the report be
printed and made a special order. Harris moved to table the substitute.
Stockton voted against Harris' motion, but it was carried.
House Journal, page 811.

The charges and specifications were taken up and acted upon by
sections and articles. Mr. Stockton voted to strike out the first and
second articles. There was no division upon the remaining ten articles.
The'vote for adoption of the 1st and 2nd Articles was 50 tp 7.
House Journal, pages 840 et seq.

Mr. Harris then moved to adopt the Articles as a whole, which was
carried, 51 to 5. Stockton voted No. House Journal, page 847.

The impeachment articles were in due course presented to the
Senate, and the trial begun; but was terminated when Collins resigned.
Upon motion of Mr. Harris, the House adopted a resolution offered by Mr.
Zewadski directing withdrawal of impeachment proceedings and advising the
Governor to accept Mr. Collins' resignation.















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Statement fro.i the Records.

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1895. " 617- ,34.03 '

1896- " 888- .30.53

1897. " 656- ,32.01

1898. " 692- 30.34 " "


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LIST OF BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS INTRODUCED BY '',7-. JCOr N. C.


STOCKTON DURIITG SESSION OF 1897.
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HOUSE BILL NO. 9. PAGE 63.
Railroads and Telegraphs.
(Note) Committte on Railroads and Telegra.ph- reported substitute for Hous
Bills No's 9 and 13. (13 introduced by Sloan of Lake) Railroad Commission
bill. -- Substitute was adopted. Senate Bill No. 71 covering same ground,
was amended, pa;-e 328, and substitute for House substitute for House
Bills No's 9 and 13, and passed. Page 355.

House Bill No. 10.
To prohibit Corporations making political contributions.
Bil passed.

House Bill No. 74.
Page 91. Went to committee on Railroad and Tele raphs, came
back with unfavorable rer-ort. Died on Calendar at close of Session.

House Joint Resolution No. 32.
Page 91. Constitutional Amendment. Reported without action, o.,
page 225. Read 2nd time Page 377. Engrossed, died on Calendar on close S
of Session.
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House Joint Resolution No. 33.
Page 91. Railroads and Telegraphs. Reported favorable, page
161. Died on Calendar at close of Session.
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House Joint Resolution No. 34.
Page 91. Railroads and Telegraphs. Reported unfavorable, page
224. (Note) The Record Book of the Cheif Clerk of the House,,~at House
Joint Resolution No. 34, was withdraw-vn.
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Hru Joint Rco''olution oo 47. 4.
Pr 134. Constitutional Amendments. Reported unfavorable. I
-e 224. Died on Calendar at close of Session.
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House Joint Resolution No. 48.
Page 134. Constitutional Amendments. Reported without action. /
Page 225. Withdrawn, pa-e 464.
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House Bill No. 171.
Page 206, Judiciary Committee. Reported unfavorable, page 367-'
(iTote) The Record Book of the Chief Clerk shows that this bill was in-
definitely postponed in House)
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House Bill No. 174.
S: Page 221. Railroads and Telegraphs. Reported favorable, page
282-3, passed the House 823, lost in the Senate.
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House Bill No. 175.
Page 221, Judiciary Conmittee. Reported unfavorable. Died on
Calendar at close of Session.
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House Joint Resolution No. 56.
Ps. 1 222, Constitutional Amendments. Reported unfavorable.
Died on Calendar at close of Session.
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House Bill iTo. 197.
P- 232. Judiciary Commrittee. Reported unfavorable, page 338,
E *.s.,,3,C2 e. Read 3rd. tim2e, pa.e 1046. Mr. Stockton moved that thiS
--roF, -n.- ,-. it scond tr rding, which was E.-ree to, p..:e 1046.
S: o: ". : t I to Comi: ttee on Privilege I
Sd letion. Rertewitout ation, pa;e 1260, died on Cal enar at
close of Session.
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House Bill No. 202.
Page 244, PrivileRe and El.ections. Reported without action,
,-r 343. (Note) Record Book of the Cheif Clerk shows this bill was laid
on table, .'- 27, 1897.
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House Joint Resolution No. 61.
.e 280, Constitutional Amendments. Reported inf.r-orable, page j
371. Indefinitely postponed in House. Page 975.
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House Joint Resolution No. 62.
P-e - 280, Constitutional A-nendments. Reported unfavorable,
,e 371. Died on Calendar at close of Session.
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Ho se.i- Bill ]. 2.
-y Page 763, Public Health. Reported unfavorable. Bill p3-sed both
-- Hoi.,a and became law. (BOTTLE BILL)
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House Bill 369.
.Page 828, Judiciary Committee. Reported unfavorable, page 936,
Died on Calendar at close of Session.
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Wherever the expression "died on Calendar at close of Session" is
used, it means Calendar of House.





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