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Senate Bills.

Introduced by

215 Act in relation to assessment of real estate on county lines Stephens.

274,327,347,357, 646
216
for prohibiting railroad corporations from consolidating Walker.

274,309, 651
217 for relief of James 8. Rollins........275, 327, 358, 400, 403, Morrisson.

667,676, 677, 678
218 to amend sec. 1486, officers exacting illegal fees.........275, 309 Heard.
219 to amend constitution and reorganize judicial system

Hutt.

284, 327
220 for punishment ot persons convicted of certain crimes Walker.
committed second time..........

..284, 327
221 relating to law of libel...........

.284, 385 Walker.
222 to amend sec. 676, conveyances of real estate.. .284, 327 Manring.
223 to amend sec. 1486, illegal fees... 284,309,330, 360, 368, 637, Cabell.

666, 668, 678
224 to amend sec. 5617, fees........

...284, 310 Rouse.
225 to amend sec. 6315, merchants' licenses.... .284,327, 645 Rogers.
226 to amend sec. 6314, mercbants' licenses........ 284,327,374, Stephens.

419, 422, 423
227 to amend sec. 5607, sheriff's fees...... 284,310, 359, 435, 443, Rouse.

630, 676, 678
228 to amend sec. 2882, replevin .....

....284, 328 Cottey.
229 to amend sec. 2710, injunctions.............

.....,285, 310, 331, 361, 368 Dobyns.
230 to amend sec. 6938, roads and highways....... 285, 310, 391, Dobyns.

392, 441, 444
231 to pay G. W. Arnold and G. W. Fricke........292, 310, 362, Rogers.

413,415,598, 600
232 for relief of Edward Price......... 292,310,362, 435, 444,659, 660 Rogers.
233 directing register of lands to issue corrected patents, Rogers.
etc.........

.....297, 335
284 to appropriate money to enlarge Mo. University..... 310, Bryant.

335,482, 542
235 for relief of P. H. Edwards..... .313, 328, 372, 420,423, 633, Lloyd.

667.669, 678
236 to amend sec. 7631, treasury......316, 335, 347, 402, 403,615, Morrisson.

624,654, 657, 674
237 relating to towns and cities under special charters.....316, Lloyd.

335, 372, 402, 441, 444, 445
238 to amend secs. 2025 and 2026, proceedings before justices Dobyns.
in misdemeanors.........

.......316,335,359, 420, 427
239

to amend sec. 7631, treasury (H. & St. Joe).........326, 335, 645 Heaston.
240 to amend sec. 3132, laws............326,335,348, 399, 406,633, Heaston.

667, 670, 677
241 to restrain stock from running at large.....

326 Morrisson.
242 concerning publication of judicial notices in cities of

Rogers.
100,000 .....

.328, 348, 680
243 to amend chapter 129, merchants' licenses.....329,348, 434, Manistre.

482,520, 525,529,549, 550
244 to amend sec. 3737, change of venue..................

.346, 353 Stephens.
245 to reurganize geological survey...

..353, 361 Walker.
246 concerning written opinions of Supreme Court.........358, DeArmond.

361,365, 414, 216,617,620,654,656, 663
247 concerning indexing minutes of courts of record, etc. Walker,

358,361,374, 435, 445,681,687,688, 689
248 as to searches and certificates as to judgments...

Bryant.

361,374, 420, 427
to amend sec. 1150, courts in 6th circuit........398, 402, 436, Edwards of

437, 478, 483 Lafayette,
350 to amend sec. 2837, justices ....

..398, 402 Cabell.
251 to amend secs. 5083,5084 and 5089, commissioner perma- McGrath.

nent seat of government......398, 402,435,436,465,466, 467
252 to amend sec. 2, chapter 6, Appendix, St. Louis police Cabell.

419,441, 460, 497, 501
253

to apportion representatives, and divide State into sena- Bryant.
torial districts.......

.........455, 466, 663

1.358,

249

Joint and Concurrent Resolutions.

No.

Introduced by

1 Memorializing Congress to appropriate money...54,66, 380, Stephens.

488, 489
2 Government for Indian Territory.....55, 56, 118, 172, 177, 410, Lloyd.

424, 425, 448
3 | Joint rules............

...84, 106
4 Ship railway.

............... ..93, 96, 215, 248, 265, 541,557,568, 666 Cabell.
6 | Printing ordered by General Assembly..

.101, 105 Cabell.
6 | Authorizing committee to settle with Auditor and Treas- Morrisson.

urer to cancel vouchers.... 101, 106, 113, 137, 140, 223, 232, 240
.7 Right of way to St. L. and S. F. R. R. through Indian Ter- Naylor.
ritory..

...........114, 121, 122, 143, 145 233, 240
8 Constitutional amendment concerning court of appeals..183, Cabell.

170, 228
9 | Directing Secretary of State to deliver copies of statutes to Edwards of St
Librarian of State University......142, 176, 196, 206, 214, Charles.

439, 477, 479, 492
10 Constitutional amendment concerning revenue and taxa- Byrns.
tion..........

....200, 236, 330
11 Prohibition amendment to Constitution............218, 252,622, 623 Manring.
12 Relating to absence of members..........

... 258, 309, 350 Manring.
13 Furnishing township clerks with copies of statutes, etc...... Caldwell,

258, 309, 329,361, 369
14 Survey of swamp lands in Missouri and Arkansas...261, 309, Morrisson.

331, (350), 401, 406, 632, 666,668, 669
15 In relation to adjournment.....

.......267, 270, 645 Heaston.
16 In relation to judicial department.........272, 283, 291, 300, 334, Dobyns.

339, ,393, 417, 477, 478
17 Reclaiming land along Grand river......310, 335, 350, 401, 406, Jacobs.

407,633, 666, 669,670, 678, 684

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Resolutions

Introduced by

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Call of Senatorial districts..........

4 Cottey.
Committee to prepare rules....................

5 Edwards of St.

Charles.
Secretary of State asked to furnish statutes.........

5 Cabell.
That Senate proceed to elect officers.......

6 Mackay.
Appointment of clerks..

9 Morrisson.
Appointment of laborers........

9 Walker.
House informell of organization.......

9 Heaston.
Printing Gov. Phelps' Message....

37) Heaston.
Death of Hon. J. B. Duchouquette........

.............37, 38 Morrisson.
Committee on inauguration........

45 Walker.
Thanks to retiring Lieutenant-Governor. ..............

47 Morrisson.
To print inaugural addresses of Gov. Crittenden, etc....... 47 Heaston.
No. State bonds outstanding.........

51 Cabell.
Room for Ways and Means Committee......

54 Cottey.
Furniture for Senate Chamber.......

64 McGrath.
Committee on Public Printing instructed as to prompt print- Cottey.
ing of Senate bills..........

57
Committee on Rules to employ clerk.........

60 Geard.
Rooms for standing committees.......

60 Cabell.
Salaries of State and county officers....

60 Stephens.
Reference of Gov. Phelps' Message..

64 Cottey.
Approaches to Capitol........

69 McGrath.
List of prisoners in St. Louis jail..

89 Cabell.
Prompt printing..........

102 Cabell.
Clerk of Supreme Court asked for certain information............. 104 Dobyns.
Printing and distribution of bills, etc...

106 Dohyns.
Printing bills in pamphlet form........

112) Heaston.
To pay expense of R. G. Coleman....

114 Byrnes.
Joint committee on reception of E B. Washburn.

118 Cottey.
Committee on Treasury deficit...........

........123, 166 Pehle.
Room for Committee on Criminal Jurisprudence and on Inter- Byrns.
nal Improvements......

134
Printing Washburn addresses........

163 Heard.
Thanks to E B. Wasbburn for portrait of Hempstead........ 163 McGinnis.
For report on House bill substitute for House bills Nos. 19, 29, Bradley.
36,42,50, 52, 72,80 and 129..

198
Changing time of assessment...............

..198, 199 DeArmond.
Committee to visit mines.............

199 Lloyd.
Printing Senate bill 133....

214 Manistre.
Prisoners in St. Louis jail.

245 Gottschalk.
Sympathy with Ireland...

256 Manring:

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Errors in 500,000 acre grant patents.......

258 Cottey.
Pay for • Tribune".

292 Walker.
Amending Rule 43......

.316, 336 Cottey.
Investigation of Police Commissioners cases

352 McGrath,
Committee of Ways and Means instructed to report appropria- Gottschalk.
tion bill.......

355
Copies of address on Hempstead portrait to Historical Society.. 363 Heard.
Printing engrossed revenue bill.............

361 Cottey.
Sympathy for Ireland....

476) Heaston.
To print report of Mines and Manufactures..

503 Lloyd.
Concerning Senate bill 243...

529 Lloyd.
That House return House bill 369....................................

5581 Cottey.
Pay of employes...

559 Heaston,
Secretary of State instructed as to documents and reports....... 600 Heaston.
Return of House bill 566 from Committee of Ways and Means. DeArmond.
Return of House bill 670 from Committee of Ways and Means. 627 DeArmond.
Substitute for same..

628 Cottey.
Thanks to Lieutenant-Governor..

652 Hutt.
Thanks to Secretary and assistants...

662 Dobyns.
Clerical force after adjournment....

665 McGrath.
House requested to return House bill 369..

558 Cottey.
Return of bills by committees....

628 Cottey.
Thanks to President pro tem.....

673 Dobyns.
Thanks to chairman of committees on Engrossed and Enrolled

Cottey.
bills........

673
Pay of assistant clerks..........

673 Hutt.
New desk for President and Secretary..

674 McGrath.
Committee to inform Governor of hour of adjournment... 675 Cotiey.
Clerk to arrange bills.........

675 Heard.
Thanks to Doorkeeper, Sergeant-at-Arms, clerks and pages..... 676 Rogers.

602,

611

Petitions, Memorials and Remon-

strances.

Presented by

From I. L. Terry on election of Hon. H. Manistre................
Memorial of immigration convention......
Assessment and collection.....
Women ask constitutional amendment.......
From Oakland Grange ...........
For changing location of Capital..............
Memorial from St. Louis grand jury......
Memorial from Northwest Immigration Society.
Prohibition
Same .........
Marriage law
Female suffrage.....
Charter St. Charles and Marie Croche rock road.....
Prohibition..........
Marriage law....
School law .................
Prohibition
Marriage law.......
Assessment of grain......
Change of time in assessment..
Railroad charges..........
Prohibition.....
Same..
Railroad transportation......
Passage of Senate bill 79...
Prohibition
Same.
Marriage law...
Protest against prohibition........
Passage of Senate bill 79..............................
Marriage law....
Change of time of assessment..
Prohibition ...
Change ot merchants' license law...............
Probibition
Marriage license.......

52 Lloyd.
57 Cabell.
102 Stephens.
102 Rogers.
105 Edwards of St.

Charles.
115 Cottey.
118 Cabell.
141 Manring.
143 Heaston.
143 Dobyns.
143 Heard.
143 Dungan.
164 | Edwards of St.

Charles.
164 Mackay.
171 Heard.
171 Bryant.
181 Caldwell.
188 Heard
188 Stephens.
195 Heard.
195 Hutt.
195 Peble.
198 | Rogers.
198 | Rouse.
198 Pehle.
204 Caldwell.
204

Byrns.
217 Heard.
218 Mabrey.
219 Pehle.
219 Pehle.
219 Walker.
224 Rouse.
224 Rouse.
226 Jacobs.
238 Pehle.
238 Edwards of La--

fayette.

Same .......

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