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Group Title: Correspondence, Business and Legal Papers
Title: Correspondence, Business and Legal Papers: May, 1907
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" Two globes of fish which were placed in Dimond and Com-
pany's windows recently (by the Board of Health attracted a
':i:"l deal of attention, says 'the "Hawaiian Star." The fish
are' not iby any means beautiful, 1.,.,_.La.e ii.:ni.- of iL6 ..l.Of1 in.-l
C. .ili i..i: of :In I'. hi ; v..'..'n l r ''lit a]t .th? .'Aqiiiu.'ri nl, hilt if
the of ti A)liine ..iniit to anything they are des-
tined. to do great work in ridding the Hawaiian Islands of mos-
quitoes, or, at any rate, in lessening their numbers by mil-
lions. The fish are small, -L.'-.Tl'--Tay fellows, and the peonu-
liariity of theMn is that their mouths open up "top side," so
to speak. This enables them to easily grasp the mosquito
wrigglers as they lie at the surface of the water.
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I suggest that you hve these fishes introduee into our State.
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Jacksonville, May 7, 1907.

Dear Sir and Brother:
As you are aware, Montefiore Lodge intends placing
the play of "Damon and Pythias" on at the Duval Theatre on Friday
night, May 17th, for the benefit of the Building Fund. The Lodge is
going to great expense to place this play on in a first-class manner
so that the beautiful story of friendship on which the Order of
Knights of Pythias is founded, may be appreciated by others, as well
as Knights. To put this play on Mr. Edouard D'Oize, an actor of much
ability, and who has played the part of Damon over one hundred times,
and his wife, who plays Calanthe, have been secured for the play, in
addition it is necessary to send for two actors to play the parts of
Pythias and Dionysius, and Miss Gertrude Jacobi, of this city, will
play Hermion.
Now, Brother, Montefiore Lodge has the habit of making a success
of every venture she undertakes, this record we wish to maintain; it
is therefore necessary for every member to put his shoulder to the
wheel and do his utmost, so we ask you to use as many tickets as you
can and sell them to your friends, we must make the expenses.
Tickets, down stairs, $1.00; the balcony 75 cents, and the gal-
lery 50 cents. Tickets can be had from Bro. F. O. Miller's Piano
Store; Bro. Chas. Boote, City Treasurer's Office; Bro. T. C. Imeson,
City Engineer'6SOffice; Bro. C. G. Smith, Southern Express Office;
Union Depot; Bro- Jas. Douglas' Print Shop, and the undersigned.
Please let me know the number of tickets you can sell and use, as
early as possible, as the time is limited.
Fraternally Yours,
J. FRANK DUNN,
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Dear i::


leasee ace,.re-pt m y tnk-s -for yor kind inv~itatlon to

be -ith you onn 'luy 5th on the occasion of the unveiling of the

Cordon moniument,aind to ocur' j, a seaF on the stage, I rof.et.

exoeedinEgly to sary thi.t I will be uInalle to attend as.our leg-

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J. M. TERRELL.. GOVERNOR, CHAIRMAN W. W. GORDON, (ASSISTANTS
ELEMENT A. EVANS, VIOE-OHAIRMAN J. W. CLARK.
WM. L. CALHOUN E. E. POMEROY, CHIEF OF STAFF
SAMPSON W. HARRIS
ROBERT E. PARK
WM. W. GORDON
NAT. E. HARRIS
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';ar t-i 7. TT'. Par, a "d ::c:. .1, o;isio x-

t-ni$ to you a cordIi'sl invitatixj, to ib pBrslnt in Atlaflta on ltio oc-

casion of thn-' irnvcilin-, o" trhe Corcdo1r '.on., cint a ;5th at 12 1., arc.' to

occupy a Fseat .. 11on .i'h stago.

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Dr. Joseph v. Porter,
State Hi.aPlth Officer,
Jackson'rvile, FioriAa.


Joar Doctor:


In acJnowledgin, recrpeipt o' your letter of :ay 11th,


-encloasineg a bill which ',aunthori ven the 'tate Poard of Hea~ith to


* take certain rules tand reg lation ons cnoeornig the sanitation i-nd


disin-fetion of sleeping oars, steawboats, factorAe, hotels


and_ sohools, will sa'y tht T wll.4 do whaitever I can to have the


law enacted, I believe It to be af.eod one-,


"ith sincere regardss, an,


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Hon B. Broward,

Governor of Florida,

Tallahassee, Fla.

My dear Governor,-

I am much obliged to you for your letter
which was forwarded from the office and which I received last
night. I wrote you yesterday sending you a rewritten copy of
the Health Bill with all the objectionable features I thought of
at that time,left out. Since then I have thought it would be
better to reqrite the first four lines of the bill which from
the enclosed copy you will see that I have provided that the
rules and regulations which the State Board of Health is
authorized to make,shall applr to specific purposes and not
be general in their authority. For instance, the Board will
have power to make rules to disinfect sleeping and passenger
cars; it shall have authority to prohibit spitting; etc, etc.
I have cut out the vaccination clause altogether and the
provision for burial permits and also supervision of the
burial of the dead.
I cannot for the life of me see why there should
be any objection to the bill as it is now drafted and I do
hope, Governor, that you can force the measure through the
House promptly. It will pass the Senate I know without any
contention or debate. As now drafted it should meet the
approval of he critical eye of the editor of the SUN, as
you say that has had the kindness to remark that there were
many good things attached to the original measure.

I am heartily anxious that the provision to allow
the Board to investigate disease and provide means for the
prevention of the same, shall become a law, else our laboratory
work and other proposed methods of teaching and acquiring
scientific information will be seriously embarrassed if not
permanently hindered. ---


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Tallabagsee, ~lay 22, 1907
Honorable Napoleon B. Broward,
Governor of Florida, Tallahassee, Fla.

1y Dear Governor:
In view of the fact an that under resolution adopted

by the House, bills are being called up during the afternoon sessions
without reference to their order on the calander, it will be impos-

sible for me to see you again this afternoon. Knowing the situation
as I do in jacksonville and fully realizing what it means to me, I

have signed the letter hereto attached urging you not to veto House
Bill 484. I am confident that the bill meets the approval of the
majority of the citizens of jacksonville. Along with the other
Representatives I am willing to take my share of the responsibility

and if the bill is not vetoed I will see to it that an amendatory
bill is immediately passed curing the defects pointed out by you to
fully meet your views. I confidently believe that a veto of this
bill will mean my political destruction as I am confident that Senator
Buckman would not pass another measure in the Senate that would give
me a opportunity to overcome the damage that might be done me if
House Bill 484 fails to become a law.
I trust that you will look at the matter in the same

light that I do and on account of me that you will not veto the bill.
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Tallhhassee, Fla., May 22, 1907.
Honorable Napoleon B. Broward,

Governor of Florida, Tallahassee, Fla
Sir:

House Bill 484, a Bill amending the charter of the City
of Jacksonville, and providing among other things for the election

of the Board of Bond Trustees by the direct vote of the people, has

passed both Houses and is now before you for your consideration.

At a conference between you and the Duval County delega-

tion, composed of Senator Buckman, and Representatives Melton and

Farris, you indicated your disapproval of the Bill for the reason thai

in your opinion, the Bond Trustees to be elected under the provis-

ions thereof, could fix their salaries without limitation and to

suit themselves, and upon the further ground that the Police Depart-

ment of said City would not receive the proper protection for the

reason that any member thereof might be removed without just cause.

In our opinion the Bill does not admit of this construction

and it most assuredly was not our intention to confer any such power

upon the said Board of Bond Trustees, but in order to meet these

two objections and to make "assurance$ doubly sure," if you will

not veto the measure referd to we hereby agree to immediately draft
to
a Bill supplemental and amendatory of House Bill 484, providing that

the said Bond Trustees shall receive no compensation, and providing

further that the Bond Trustees shall only have such power as they

now have under the present charter with reference to the removal of

officers and employees of the different departments.

We make this request for the reason that we are satisfied

that a majority of the people of Jacksonville approve the bill

which we have passed and herein referred to and should be given the

right to say whe their officers should be.
In our Representative capacity we most respectfully urge

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NO. 6110

FIRST NATIONAL BANK
CAPITAL. $50,000.00


W. J. DANIEL. AseT. CASHIER


DIRECTORS
M. L. DEKLE W J. DANIEL
W. H. MILTON C. C LIDDON
R. D. DAFFIN M. R. BURTON
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MARIANNA, FLORIDA May P._ IQT90710


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drainage. -Judge Neel is a great admirer of yours, and I think you

can talk with him safely on most any proposition that you desire.

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twice and found you quite busy so did not talk with you; but any

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*ear Sir:

On the .occasion of' visit to llahassee about two

week s ao, youl askd. IE .to see c-ur representatives in r'ef er-

en e to te Spe arkerSe ip. I : rte boti of t';e, rn>d inclcse

o lette 1 received ro)i Hon. . Heal fro1 ic you iill

see that he is alright. I have known hii a n-mber cf y ears and

think he is thoroughly reliable; i received a similar liter

fro:i our other representative but hve misplaced it. As soon

So ha ve naturedr y plan in reference to the Speakership

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ROBERT C. CLOWRY. President and General Manager. /


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May 28, 1907.


Hon. Napoleon B. Broward /
Tallahassee, Florida
Dear Sir:-
Early in the session of the Legislature Mr. S. D. Clarke in-
troduced two bills which I prepared and sent him, one creating the
office of State Game Commissioner, and the other amending existing
law so as to provide for the maintenance of the office by applica-
tion of the non-resident hunting license fees and adding protection
to certain valuable game birds not now protected. These two bills
were referred to the Game Committee and were promptly reported ad-
versely. MTr. Clarke procured the recommitment of them to the same
committee but with a like result. Senator Massey, to whom I sent the
bills for introduction in the Senate, deferred them because Senator
Adams had previously introduced Senate Bill No. 44, which was printed.
This bill was a copy of one prepared in 1903 and introduced by Mr.
Love of Gadsden at that session. It was revived this session, I be-
lieve by the Commissiorer of Agriculture through the interest of Mr.
H. S. Elliot of his office. Amended as I have already indicated to
Senator Massey it will accomplish all that any bill now pending for
the establishment of a State Game Commnissionership can do. Mr.
Wallace, State Game Commissioner of Alabama, advises me that he pre-
pared a bill, by request, while in Tallahassee and asked Mr. Russell
of the House to send me a copy. I have never received it. While Mr.
Wallace is thoruoghly familiar with the constitutional limitations
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somewhat doubtful of his having had time to harmonize his Florida
bill with our constitution and since the Adams bill (S. 44) is all
that is needed and, as amended as indicated to Senator Massey, is
consonant with our constitution, I respectfully recommend it to you
for consideration.
I am informed that much opposition to the creation of a State
Game Commissionership rests upon the ground of expense to the tax-
payers of the State. This opposition is without foundation since the
funds derived from non-residents who hunt in the State are sufficient
to maintain the office. Some days since I sent you a number of copies
of my recent circular on 'Game Protection in Florida', but whether or
not you ever received or saw them I am not advised. In that circular,
a copy of which I am again enclosing, will be found a statement of the
amounts collected in Florida during each of the last three open
seasons from non-residents for the provilege of hunting. You will ob-
serve that the total sum has increased each successive season. If we
had an efficient game department in the State these sums would be
materially increased and would amply maintain the State Game Com-
missioneis office.
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ROBERT C. CLOWRY, President and General Manager.
Receiver's No. Time Filed Check


SEN D the following message subject to the terms( TDlla5hassee. Fla. y Ma 30, 1907
on back hereof, which are hereby agreed to.

lion. '. II. Milton,

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Could you be he-a tomarc w? Would lik. to see

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1I, B. B,'noward,.

Governor.

Cha',rge to "'eoutive Offic.e.


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ALL MESSAGES TAKEN BY THIS COMPANY ARE SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING TERMS;

To guard against mistakes or delays, the sender of a message should order it REPEATED; that is,
telegraphed back to the originating office for comparison. For this, one-half the regular rate is charged
in addition. It is agreed between the sender of tile following message and this Company, .that said
Company shall not be liable for mistakes or delays in the transmission or delivery, or for non-delivery ol
any JUNREPEATED message, beyond the amount received'for sending the same.; nor for mistakes or delays
in the transmission or delivery, or for non-delivery o( any REPEATED message, beyond fifty times the sum
received for sending the same, unless specially insured, nor in any case for delays arising from unavoidable
interruption in the working of its lines, or for errors in cipher or obscure messages. And this Company is
i:~ereby made the agent of the sender, without liability,.to forward any message over the lines of any other ';
Company when necessary to reach its destination. .
Correctness in the transmission of a message to any pqint,on the lines of this Company can be INSURED ..
,by contract in writing, stating agreed amount of risk, and payment of premium thereon, at the following
rates, in addition to the usual charge for repeated messages, viz, one per cent. for any distance not exceed.
ing 1,o0o miles, and two per cent. for any greater distance. No employee. ot the Company is authorized to
vary the foregoing.
No responsibility regarding messages attaches, tothis Com'pa-ny until the same are presented and .:
accepted d at one of its transmitting offices ; and if a message is sent to such ''ofic''by one of the Company' .
messengers, he acts for that purpose as the agent of the tend-er.
.- IMessages will be delivered free within the estab ehe d free.delivery limits of the terminal office. Fo
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The Company will not be liable for damages o statutory penalties in any case where the claim is
Rot presented in writing within sixty days after the inessage:is filed with the Company for transmission

ROBERT: C.. LOWRY, President and Gen'iral Manager.,

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LOUIJS F. HAEN
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" t / TAMIMANY HALL,
/NEWYORK. May 31, 1907.
Hon. Napoleon B. Broward, Governor,
Tallahassee,
FLORIDA.
Dear Sir:-
On the Fourth of July next the
Society of Tamvaany or olumbian Order will
hold in Tau iiany Ha.Ll,/at 10 o'clock, A.R..,
its Celebration of ti/e One Hundred and Thirty
first Anniversary Armrican Independence.
The occasion is designed to be of exception-
al significance and extended effect.
We earnestly desire the favor of your
personal presence and give you this urgent
invitation to attend and address the meeting.
Should your attendance be impossible, we
would value an expression of your views ap-
propriate to the One Hundred and Thirty-
first Anniversary of our Country's Indepen-
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Yours very respectfully,



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AT ACT to amend sections 1 and 2 of an Act entitled an act re-

lating to the drainage and reclamation of the swamp and overflowed

lands in Florida; to create a Board of Drainage Commissioners, pre-

scribing its powers and duties, authorizing the establishment of

drainage districts, establishing a drainage system, the building

of canals, levees, dykes and reservoirs for the purpose of drain-

age, irrigation and commerce; the assessment of lands to be drain.

ed and benefitted; the collection of necessaryfunds by assess-

ment of benefits and taxation; providing for the management and

maintenance thereof and for the exercise of the right of eminent

domain and for the sale and uses of said lands for the purposes

of drainage, reclamation and improvement aforesaid; the same be-

ing Chapter 5377 Laws of Florida, approved May 27, 1905.

BE IT ETIACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF PiOPID)A:

Section 1. That Section 1 of Chapter 5377, Laws of Florida,

approved May 27, 1905, be and is hereby amended so as to read as

follows:

Section 1. The Governor, the Comptroller, the State Treas-

urer, the Attorney General and the Commissioner of Agriculture

of the State of Florida, and their successors in office, are here-

by constituted and designated as a Board of Drainage Commissioners,

and are hereby authorized and empowered to establish a system of

canals, drains, levees, dikes and reservoirs of such dimensions

and depth as in the judgment of said Board of Drainage Commission-

ers is deemed advisable, to drain and reclaim the swamp and over-

flowed lands within the drainage district hereinafter designated,

and to maintain such canals, drains, levees, dikes and reservoirs

in such manner as will be most advantageous to the territory so

drained.

Sec. 2. That Section 2 of Chapter 5377, Laws of Florida,

approved May 27, 1905, be and is hereby amended so as to read

as follows:






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:Sea. 2, That a drainage district is hereby established, be-
ginning at the intersection of township line between townships
thirty-six (36) and thirty-seven (37) south and east, with the
range line dividing ranges thirty-one (31) and thirty-two (32),
and extending east along said township line to the intersection
of the range line dividing ranges thirty-nine (39) and forty (40),
and south to the intersection of township line dividing townships
forty-one (41) and forty-two (42); thence east along said town-

ship line to the intersection with the range line dividing ranges
forty-one (41) and forty-two (42), thence south along said tange
line to the intersection of the township line dividing townships
fifty-one (51), and ffty-two (52), thence west along said town-
ship line to the intersection of the section line dividing sec-
tions three (3) and four (4) in township fifty-two (52), range
forty-one (41) east, thence south along said section line to the
waters of Biscayne Bay, thence along the coast line of said wa-
ters and the waters of the Gulf of Mexico to the point of the
range line between ranges thirty-one (31) and thirty-two (32),
intersecting with the coast line of the said Gulf of Mexico,
thence north along said range line to the intersection of the
township line between townships thirty-six (36) and thirty-seven
(37), the point of beginning. A tax of five cents per acre is
hereby levied annually, including the year 1907, upon all lands
within such drainage district that were included in patents re-
ceived by the State of Florida from the United States, under
Act of Congress, approved bepthmber 28, 1850. The proceeds aris-
ing from said acreage tax shall be used and applied to the drain-
age and reclamation of the lands within said drainage district,
described and established in this Act. The Board of Drainage
Commissioners shall prepare a list or lists of such patented
lands and send them to the Tax Assessors of the several counties
embraced in part or in whole within said drainage district, and
the Tax Assessors of the several counties embraced in part or in






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whole within such drainage district, shall receive such list or

lists and enter the same upon the tax rolls of the county or

counties within which said lands may lie, and the amount so lev-

ied by this Act, and include said acreage tax in his warrant to

the Tax Collector in the usual form prescribed by law, which

amounts shall be collected by the said several Tax Collectors

of the counties wherein such levies have been made as other taxes

are collected on real estate, in accordance with law, and pay

over said amounts so collected to the Board of.Drainage Commis-

sioners. Such moneys so collected shall be used exclusively

for the purposes stated in this act within the said drainage

district,

Sec. 3. This act shall take effect immediately upon its

approval by the Governor.


Approved Mlay 28, 1907,








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