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142
>vI~lwhr
or
not
hogs
or
cattle
shall
be allowed
to
run
at
large
iii
said
district;
forbiddeing
owners
to
allow hogs
or
cattle
to
run
at
large
contrary
to
the
result
of
such
elec-
tion,
and
providing
penalties
tlherefor.''
Yours very
truly,
H.
CLAY
CRAWFORD,
Secretary
of
State.
Mr.
Phillips
moved
that
the
Senate
do
now
adjourn
to
3
o'clock
this
afternoon.
Mr.
Calkins
moved
that
the
Senate
do
now
adjourn
to
11
o'clock
A.
Ml.
tomorrow.
The
question
was
put
upon the
motion
of
Mr.
Calkins.
The
motion to
adjourn
until
11
A.
M.
tomorrow
was
agreed
to.
Whereupon the
Senate
stood
adjourned
to
11
o'clock
A.
AM.
Wednesday.
April
15,
A.
D.
1925.
Wednesday,
April
15,
1925
The
Semite
contveiied
at
II
A.
AM.
piirsiiaiit
to
adc1onrn-
tuent.
Thte
Pesient
iln
the
chair.
Tfie
roll
wvas
called
aid
the
followbiinz
Seinators
aiiswered
to
tlicir
names:
Air.
Presidenit,
Senators
Anderson.,
Buttler,
Clark,
Coe,
;olsoii,
Cloie,
Edge,
Etheredge,
Gillis, Hale,
Hineley,
Hodges,
Kni
golt.
Malone,
Meana)iels,
Overstreet,,
Phillips,
Puitnam,
Rowe.
Russell,
Scales,
Singletary,
Smitli,
wear-
nigen.i
Tay-lor
(31st
Dist.
),
Ttinbunll,
Tminner,
Walker,
WYitsoini
Wieker-31.
A
qiuorium
presenit.
Plro
yer
by
Chiaplain.
R~eadjlug
(of
thie
Joiurna]
was
dispensed
wirth.
llie
daily
.Joiirial
of
April
14th
was
corrected
amd.
as
corrected.
Was
ljplroved.
lif.
Walker.
(1a
irmiiall
of
the
C'olilniittcc
·
oil
Claimis,
s1ibihitin]
fi,
following
41101r:
143
Senate
Chamber,
Tallahassee,
Fla.,
April
14,
1925.
lon.
Jo7hnl
S.
[lTgylor,
President
of
the
Senate.
Sir:
Youl
Commlittee
onl
Claimls
to
wholm
A-as
refelredl-
Senla.te
Bill
No. 79:
A
bill
to
be
entitlel
An
Act
folr
thel
relief
of Sidlney
J.
Catts,
Jr.,
as
Adjutallt
General
of
Flolica,
for
the
loss
of
lpart
of
salary
fromi
September
1st,
1919,
to
January
1st,
1921.
IIave
had
the
same
under
considelration,
and
recommenlllnldll
that
it
do
not
pass.
Very
respectfully,
II.
N.
WALIKER,
Chai:rlman
of
Committee.
And
Senate
Bill
No.
79,
contained
in.
the
above
repolt,
was
pla.ce(l
on
the
table
undlel
the
rule.
Also
the
followillg-
Mr.
Clark,
Chairman
of
the
Comnlllittee(
on
Juliciary
C,
sublmittedl
the
followillg
report:
Senate
Chamlbel,
Tallahassee,
Fla.,
April
15,
1925.
Mlon.
John
S.
Taylor,
Presilent
of
the
Selnate.
Sir,
Your
Comlmniittee
onl
Judliciary
C,
to
wlhom
was
re-
f
erlredl-
Senate
Bill
No.
63:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
An
Act
prohllibiting.
the
trial
of
persolns
upoln
charges
of
felonies
in the courts
of
this
State,
in
within
the
thirty
(lays
iimmleediately
following
thle
ar-
la]ignnlent
on
such
cha.rges,
except
with
thle
consent
of
the
perlsonls
so
charged.
Hlave
hadl
the
same
lndler
colsidelratiojl,
alld
recoellllllcl
that
it
do
nlot
pas.s.
Very
respectfully,
W. W.
CLARIK,
Chlairman
of
Committee.
144
Anud
Sentate
13l1
No.
63.
contained
iii
the
above
report.
-was
placed
oil
the
table
under
the
rule.
Also
the
following-
Mir.
Clark,
Chairman
of
the
Committee
on
Judiciary
(C,
submitted
tile
follownhg
report:
Senate
Chamber,
Tallahassee,
Florida,
April
15,
1925.
lion2.
John
S. Taylor,
Pi-esideut
of
[lee
Senate.
Si,':
Your·
Committee
on
Judiciary3
C,
to
whom
was
referred-
Senate
Bill
No.
64:
A bill to
be
entitled
An
Act
prescribing
the
essential
fea-
tures
of
Orders
of
Publication
in
certain
Chancery
;Suits
iii
the
courts
of
this
State,
and
fixing
the
lenwgth
of
time-,
the
manner
and
the
place
of
publication
of
sucll
old'ers.
Have
itadl
tlie
sane
tinder
consl
erat
ionll'
and
iccomillenl
that
it
do
paass
waith
the
followniti
comnmnittee
amenijdmlent,
to-W1it
.
Sti'ike
o
19i
"
'926"
in
Sectio
:.
n(l
isert
inl
liei
theireof
"192"5."
Aftc
.
the
wtrdt
''C(onlltv
in
Ilext
to
the
last
linec
of
S-f1011
1.
strike
the
balance
ot
the
sectionl
anid
insert
in
lieu
theiid.
the
foilow-ing.
''then
ftlice
iinotices
thereof
shall
be
posted
ini
tlitee
different
places
iii
tuie
said
(omntv,
one
of
wii
cit
sliall
ibe
])ostcd
at
the
front
door
of
them
Court
ilHotse
in
said
Comity.
aned
thje
piroof
of
posting
sha11
he
imade
by
aft
itlaivit
of
tile
Clerk
of
the
('Cnoit
issuing
s"aul
liotice.·
Very
respectfully,
W.T
:\\
CLARK.
Chairman,
of
(Comnlmittee.
Athir
Senate
B'ill
No.
64,
I
og-ether
with
Comnmittee
amend-
iiwent.
contained(l
ini
the
abo\e
report,
was
p)
laceti
onl
the
Col-
cladet
of
Bills
oi
Seotmit
Rteadiung.
Allso
titi'
itollowino-
TrM.
(halrk
(Imairman of
the Committee
on
Judiciary
C,
Fsttinl
'it
lied1w
l~IoAAlhowmn
report:
145
Senate
Chamber,
rallalassee,
Fla.,
April
15,
1925.
ibmo,
JolIt
S.
Taylor,
Frcsidcnt
of
the
SenaIte.
Si,:r
your1-
Committee
on
Judiciary
C,
to
whom
was
referred-
Senate
Bill
No.
59:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
Ain
Act
prescribing
the
compensa-
tion
of
jurors and
witnesses
in
all
courts
of
this
State,
excext
lnffiil)Ql
courts.
Have
had
the
samne
under
consideration,
and
r-ecommend
that
it
do
pass.
Very
respectfully,
V.
WT.
CLARK,
Chairman
of
Committee.
A2nd
Senate
Bill
No.
59,
contained
in
the
above
report.
was
placed
oil
tde Calendar
of
Bills
on
Second
Reading.
Also
the
followinlgY
Mr%.
Clark,
Chairman
of
the
Committee
on
Judiciary
C,
s,,hnuitted
thle
following
report:
Senate Chamber,
Tallahassee,
Mla.,
April
15,
1925.
lIon.
John
S.
Taylor,
P'c.sideent
of
the
Senate.
Sir:
Youtr
Committee
on
Judiciary
C(,
to
whom
was
referred-
Senate
Bill
No.
5:
A
bill
tobe
eintitled An
Act
to
abolish
occupation
licenses
in
tlie
State
of
Floridla.
Ilave
hbd
the
same
innler
consideration,
and
reconmmend
that
it
do0
not
pass.
V
T
ery'
respectfully,
WT.
W.
C(LARK,
Chairman
of
Committee.
Akml
Senate Bill
No.
5,
contained
in
the
above
report,
was
placed
on
the
tab)le
under
the rnle.
A
146
Also
the
follow-ing-
Mr.
Clark,
Clhairlmlan
of
tile
C'olmlmittee
on
Jud(lieiar
C
submittetl
the
fol]o\w-ing
report:
Sellate
Chllambelr,
Tallahlassee.
Florida,
April
15, 1925.
ion.l.
John
S.
Taylor,
Presidelnt
of
the
Senate.
Si)r:
Your
Committee
on
Judliciary
C,
to
w-homl
was
referred-
Senate
Bill
No.
62:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
An
Act
dlefining
the
righits
of
parties
to
suits
in
AN-licll
two
or
mllore
defendants
are
sted
jointly,
and
providling
for
a
recovery
in
such
eases
from
defendlants
whlose
joint
liability
is
shown,
and
against
any
one
of such
defendants
w+hose
sole
liability
is
shown.
IIave
had
the
same
under
consideration,
and
recoimmiend
that
it
do
pass.
Very
respectfully,
W.
W.
CLAR.K,
Chairman
of
Committee.
Andl
Senate
Bill
No.
G6,
contained
in
the
above
report,
w-as
place(l
onil
the
Calendar
of
Bills
on
Second
Heading.
Also
the
followring-
Mrl.
Clark,
Clhairmani
of
tile Conimittee
on
Judicialry
C:
submitted
the
following
report:
Senate
Chamlber,
Tallahassee,
Florida,
April
15,
1925.
Ioni.
Jobhn
S.
T'aylor.
Presidelnt
of
the
Senate.
Sir::
Your
Comlmittee
on
Judliciary
C,
to
whom
was
refellrred-
Senate
Bill
No.
60:
A
bill
to
be
entitled An
Act
prloviding
for
the
ad-
mission.
in
evidence
in
certain
cases
of
certified
copies
of
porti(ons
of
cer.tain
recolds
andl
documents.
147
IIla'
had
the
samqie
under
conisideratim.
and
recommend
(:11;i
lo
pass.
VerN,
respectfully,
W.
W.
CLAlIIC.
Chairnman
of
Comunittee.
And
Sellate
Bill
No.
60,
contained
in
the
above
report.
xqs
plo.ed
on
die
d
Calendlmi
of
Bills
oB
Secotid
lReadinD.
Also
tile
folloxing:
Er.
~themlge,
(lhairinan
of
the
Comiumittee
oni
Tjcxier-
alc.
suhiaitteil
the
following
report
Sen
ate
Chiamuber.
Tahlahasse,
Fia.,
April
15.
1925.
IHoe.
Jo
lit
a1
S.~
Taylor,
Piestle
at
of
Ihe
Seniate.
b.::
yolur
(onnuoittec
oil
Temperaince
to
whom
was
referred.
Senate
Bill
No.
27:
A
bill
to
ihe
entitled
An
Act
to
require
daily
readings
from the
H1olv
Bib]e
in
all
the
public
schools
of
the
State
of
Florida.
[ivae
lad
dir
same
tinder
consideration,
and
recommend
thaIt
it
(lo
1)"I","s
\
cry
respectfully,
E.
J.
ETIIEIIEI)GE.
(Cihairman
of
Committee.
Aiiul
Semiite
Bill
No.
27.
contained
iii
the
abo\ve
report.
was
plawed
on
the
Calendar
of
Biills
oil
Seciond
Readiinu.
Also
the
following-
Mr.
Malone,
Chairman
of
the
Committee
onl
.ldiciary
A,
sxihniitted
thle
following
report
Senate
(Ch
amber
Tallahassee,
Florida,
April
15.
1925.
ollo.
Johi
i
S.
utayJor
O
Presideat
of
the
Seatde.
Sir:
Your
Committee
on
Jundiciary
A,
to
wbhom
was
refer-
red-
148
Senate
Bill
No.
54:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
An
Act
to
amniend(
Section
2525
of
the
Revised
General
Statutes
of
Florida
of
1920,
pre-
scribing
the
disqualifications
of
Judges,
to
repeal
con-
flictinig
legislation;
to
prohibit
Attorneys
at
Law
from
accepting
employment
in
causes
wherein
such
emplov-
ment
would
result
in
the
disqualification
of
the presiding
Judge,
and
to
provide
a
penalty for
the
violation
thereof.
Have
had the
same
under
consideration,
and
recolil-
mend
that
it
cio
pass.
Very
respectfully,
W.
H.
MALONE,
Chairman
of
Committee.
And
Senate
Bill
No.
54,
contained
in the
above
report,
was
placed
on
the Calendar
of
Bills
on
Second
Reading.
Also
the
following:
Mr.
Malone,
Chairman
of
the
Committee
on
Judiciary
A,
submitted
the
following
report:
Senate
Chamber,
Tallahassee,
Florida,
April
15,
1925.
Hou.
John
S.
Taylor,
President
of
the
Senate.
sir:
Your
Committee
on
Judiciary
A,
to
*whom
was
refer-
red-
Senate Bill
No.
80:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
An
Act
to
confirm
anti
validate
all
sales and
conveyance,
and
contracts
for
the
sale,
of
lands
made
by
the
Trustees
of
the
Internal
Improvement
Fund
of
Florida
by
authority
and
under the
provisions
of
Sections
1061
and
1.062
of
the
Revised
General
Statutes
of
Florida.
Have
had
the
Sam1e
und(ter
consideration,
and
recom1-
mend
that
it
do
pass.
Very
respectfully,
W.
H.
MALONE,
Chairman
of
Committee.
Anid
Senate
B1ill
No.
80,
containied.
in
the
above
report,
was placed
on
the
Calendar
of
Bills
on
Second
Reading.
149
Also
tile
following-
Mr.
Malone,
Chairman
of
the
Committee
on
Judiciary
i\,
subuittcd
time
followilig
report
S'enate
Chamber.
Tallahassee,
Florida,
April
15, 1925
ilomi. Johi&
S.
Taylor,
Prcsident
of
the
Senate.
Sir:
Your Committee
on
Judiciary
A,
to
whom
was
referred-
Senate
Bill
No.
47
A
bill
to
be
entitled
Ani
Act
vesting
in
the
Trustees
(It
the
Internal
I
muprovemelnt
Fund
of
Florida
time
title
to
certain
lands
of
Ilendrv
County,
Florida,
described
in
State
Deed
Numuber
21,284
executed by
Trustees,
and
authorizingg
said
Trustees
to convey
and
confirm such
lands
to
time
i~ersoms
to
whom
suchi
lands
have
been
pIe-
viously
conveyed
byT
saidr
Trristees
or
their
grantees.
Have
bad
tile
same
under
consideration, and
recomnumend
that
it
dlo
pass.
Very respectfully,
Wv
H.
MIALONE.
Chiairmall
of
Committee.
Anid
Senate
Bill
No.
47,
contained
in
the
above
report,
was
placemi
on.
the
C~alendar
of
Bills
on
Second
Readling.
Also
the
following-
Mr.
Overstreet,
Chairmuami
of
the.
Committee
on Dr-ain-
age,
5111)Ifitted
tile
followimig
report:
Senate
Chamber.
rllflhassee,
Florida,
April
15,
1925.
lion.
JobIla
S.
Taylor.
Pies
tdeiit
of
the
Senate.
Sir:
Yomr
Committee
on
l)rainagc,
to
whoim
was
referred--
Senate
Bill
No.
81.:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
Anl
Act
to
amend
Section
5295
of
the
Rev
isedl
General
Statutes
of
Florida,
same
bein,
Sc-
tion
28
of
Chapter
6456,
Laws
of
Florida,
Acts
of
1913,
150
prescribing penalty
for
dlamaging
dlainage
works or
ob-
structing
flow
of
wvater
in
Everglales
Drainage
District.
IHave
hlad
the
same
under
conIsitleration
al
recolnendl
that
it
dlo
pass.
Velry
lrespetfully,
M.
O.
OVERBSTRE:ET,
Clhairmlan
of
('ornmlittce.
And
Senalte
13ill
No.
81.
containedl
ill
tile
above
report,
was
placedl
on
the
Calendlar
of
Bills
onl
Secondl
Reading.
Also
the
following-
Mr.
Overstrect,
C'hairmilna
of
the
Comnlmittee
on
Drain-
age,
submlitted
the
followinjg
report:
Senate
Chamber,
Tallahassee,
Fla.,
April
15,
1925.
liol.
Jo1hn.
S.
Taylor,
Presicdent
of
the
S'enate.
Your
Comlmlittee
onl
Drlainage,
to whom
w-as
referredl-
Senate
T-ill
No.
85:
A bill
to
be
entitled
Anl
Act
to
amend
Section
7
of
Chap-
ter
8411,
Laws
of
Florida,
Acts
of
1921,
relating
to
the
setting
out
of
fires
inl
the
Everglades
Drainage
District,
and
plreserilbiiig
punishmnttt
lierlefor.
Ihave
ha1ld
the
same
inderl
consilderatiolln,
and
recommend
that
it
do
pass.
Verv
respectfttlly,
Ml.
0.
OVERSTREET,
Chairman
of
Committee.
And
Senaiite
1
ill
No.
Sn.
conitailned
in
the
albove
repolrt,
w-as
placedl
onl
the
('aolellar
of
TBills
on
Seeond
Reading.
Also
the
following:
Mr.
Malone,
Chlirman
of
thle
Committee
on
Judiciary
A. sulbmlitted
the
followving
report:
151
Senate
Chamber,
Tallahassee,
Florida,
April
15,
1925.
lion.
John
S.
Tal8or,
PrewleIitu
of
the
Se
note.
Si,:
yonr
Comnnittee
on
Judiciary
A,
to
whom
was
refer-
red-
Senate
Bill
No. 52:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
Au Act
to
provide
for
the pay-
nIellt
of
taxes upon
real
property
from
the
proceeds
of
all
judicial
sales
or
other
sales made
undler
legal
pirocess.
1-1ave
haid
the
same
under
conisideration,
and rceom-
mend
that
it
do
pass.
Very
respectfully,
mVr.
H.
MALONE,
Clhairman
of
Committee.
Anid
Senate
Bill
No.
52,
contained
in
the
above
report,
was
placed
on.
the
Calendar
of
Bills
onl
Seconmd
Reading.
Also
the
following-
Mr.
Malone,
Chairman
of
the
Coinmiti
tee
on
Judiciary
A,
submitted
the
following
report:
Senate
Chamber,
Tallahassee,
Fla.,
April
15,
1925.
Lieu.
John
S.
Ty/lor,
President
of
i/h~e
Senate.
Sir:
Your-
C
ommittee
on
Judiciary
A,
to whom
wos
rie.
ferred-
Senate
Bill
No.
67:
A
bill
to
le
entitled
An
Act
to
presribe
the
form
and
outline
the
requilrlnemlents
of
Nleas
to
be
filed
hr
defendants
in.
all
suits
or
actions
for
goods,
wares
or
merchianldise
sold,
and
in
all
actions
upon
account
stated.
Have
bad
the
same
under consideration,
and
recommend
that
it
(lo
not
pass.
Very
respectfullyx.
W.
H1.
MALONE,
Chairman
of
Committee,
152
And
Seniate
1ill
No.
67.
contained
in
the
above
report,
wvas
placed
on
the
table
undertlbe
rules.
Also
the
followingt-I
Mr.
Malone,
(C'liaijman
of
the
(
o
nomittee
onl
JudiciamY
A?
submi-itted
the
following
ecpoi't
Senate
Chamber,
Tallahassee,
Florida,
April
15,
1925z5
Hon.
John
S.
Taylor,
President
of
the
Senate.
Sir:
Your
Committee
oil
.Idiciarlv
A,
to
whom
was
referred-
Senate
Bill
No.
53:
A
bill
to be
entitled
An
Act
to
aunend
Section
715
of
the
Revised
General
Statutes
of
Florida,
to
Provide
for
the
Return
of
Property
for
Taxation,
for
a
punishment
for
failure
to make
such
return,
or
for
making
Fraudu-
lent
return,
and
for
the
prosecution
of
offenders.
Have
had
the
samne
under
consideration.
and
the
C'onŽ-
iuittee
reports
a
subst
ituite,
as
follows:
A
bill
to
1)e
entitled
An
Act
to
amend
Section
715
of
the
Revised
General,
Statutes
of
Florida,
to
provide
for
thle
Return
of
P'roperty for
Taxat
ion,
forw
a
punishment
for
fail-
nur
to
make
soeli
reto
rn,
or
for
making,
fraudulent
returin,
andI
for
tire
prosecution
of
offenders;
and
to
regulate the
assessment
of
property
wherie
no
iretuin
is
made.
And(]
recotmiii
end
I
hat
siibstitnte
do
pam.
Very respectfully,
AV.
If.
MALONE,
Chairman
of
Comnimittee.
And Senate
1
Bill
No.
581.
together
with
thew(
'ommiittee
Subst
itfit
e 1
hierefor.
etiitii
n
ild
ili
the
above
loI-"rt..
was
placer]
onili
dw
'aleoda,11
oif'
Bills
oil
Se-cond~
Bead
ilo,
Also
thlie
follo] Jinx
Mrt'.
MaIonw,
CIhairnnaa
of
the
(C'onintmittee
on
Judiciary
A,
siuiuiltted
lxi
following
report:
153
Senate
Chamber,
Tallahassee,
Fla.,
April
15,
1925.
IollI.
John71
S.
'(ayUlO),
Prc
sidc)ut
of'
the
Neilate.
b'ir·:
your
Committee
oii
Judiciarv
A,
to
w-hom
was
re-
ferred-
Senate
Bill
No.
38:
A
bill
to
be
entitledl
An
Acet
to
make
recitals
in
decrees,
jligientels
dleeds
of
convreyallnces
anLl
pow-ers
of
attorney
prima
facie
evidence
of
the
facts
so
recited
w-hen
suchl
de-
cree,
judgmellt,
deed
of
conveyance
or
power
of
attorney
has been
recorlded
more
than
twenvty
years;
and
to
plrescribe
the
conditions
ulnder
which
such
recitals
shall
be
recceived
ill
evidence.
Thile
collmmlittee
re
coleinmrs
the
following
amellmllent
to
the
albove
Senaite
Bill
No.
38
Iin
Section
:3,
strike out
all
the
balance
of
the
section
alter
the
last
wor(l in
the
third
line.
lave
hl1ad
the
sanme
inler
considleration,
and
recommend
that
it
do
pass,
as
amended.
Very
respectfully,
W.
II.
MALONE,
Chairman
of
Committee.
And
Semnate
Bill
No.
38,
contained
in
the
above
report,
together
w
ith
committee
amendment,
was
placed
on
the
('alenldar
of
B'ills
on
Second
Reading.
Also
thle
followring:
Mr.
Mallone.
Chairlman
of
the
Committee
on
Judiciary
A,
sublmitted
the
following
report
Senate
Chamber,
Tallahassee,
Florida,
April
15,
1925.
Hom.
Johnl
S.
Taylor,
Pres
idlevt
of
the
Senlate.
Sir:
Youlr
(Commllittee
on
Judiciary
A,
to
whiom
was
refer-
red-
154
Senate
Bill
No. 90:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
An
Act
to
empower
County
Judges
in the
exercise
of
jurisdiction
as
Judges
of
the
Juvenile
Court
to
issue compulsory process
for the attendance
of
witnesses
and
to
provide
for
the
service
thereof
and
the
payment
of
the
costs
of
same.
Have
had
tie
same
under
consideration,
and
recoini-
mend
that
it
do
pass.
Very
respectfully,
W.
H.
MALONE,
Chairman
of
Committee.
And
Senate
Bill
No.
90,
contained
in
the
above
report,
was
llaced
on
the Calendar
of
Bills
on
Second
Reading.
-Mr.
Anderson,
(ha
ioman
of
tile
C(onmmittee
oil
Enrolled
Bills,
moved
that
the
Committee
be
empowered
to
add
See-
tioti
3
to
Scnate
bill
No.
21
as
an
essential
to
perfecting
said
bill.
Whlmich
wvas
UnaninmotislY
ag-reed
to.
And
the
Chairman
of
tle
Committee
Oil
Enrolled
Bills
was
authorized
to
covcer
the
defect
by
adding
Section
3
as
lroposed
at
the
end
of
line
5
of
said
bill.
Mr.
lhodges,
Chairmnan
of
the
Special
Joint
Conmmittee
oil
the
GoVernior"','s
mecssalge,
submitted
the
follownri
yre-
p~ort:
Tallahassee,
Fla.. April
14,
1925.
1101?..
John
S.
Taylor,
Prrsident of
the
Senate,
11071
A.
Y.
Mlilamt,
Apealer)
of
the
Hoiuse
of
Representatives.
Sirs:
Youi
select
committee
1
)rovided
for
by
Concurrent
Reso-
hltiomi
to
Ipepare
and
recommend such
bills
as
would
be
appropriate
to
carry
out.
the
recommenidations
coitailed
in
the
miessag-e
of
the
Governor,
be-g
leave
to
report
and
recomnmend
the
passage
of
the
attached
committee
bill:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
An
Act
relating
to
corporations.
As being
ap.lpropriate
to carny
out
the recommendation
of
the·
Governor
to
reNvamp
the
corporation
laws.
155
Your
comm11littee
reconnuendsllcJS
that
this
bill
be
placed
oil
the
Clalenldar
of
each
house
.without
further
reference
to
a,
comnmittee
and
that
five
hundecld
copies
of
the
bill
be
printed for
distribution
to
members
of
the
Legislature
and
other
interestedl
plersols.
Respectfully
submnitted,
WM.
C.
JIODGE8,
*Joint
Cbhairman
on
part
of
Seiiate.
C. W.
HUNTER.
,Joint
(
ha
irnmn
on
part
of
the
House.
FRED
I.L
DAVIS,
A.
N.
TUJRNI3I'LL.
Which
was
received
ainl
read
and
thte
accompanying"
bill
by
the
above
committee
wras
int
'oducel
undeir
teli
iRnubOr
of
Senate
Bi'll
No.
123.
On
motion
by
Senator
Ilotldges 500
copies
wvas
or-de-red
printed.
INTRODIT(C[ON
OF
O
RESOLI
IT
IONS
Mr.
Colson
offered
the
follow-ing
Resolutioll---
Senate
Concurreint Resolution
No.
6:
Wh"fiereas
the
Congress
of
the
United
States
has
passed
an
act
aplproved by
the
President
February
24,
1925,
en-
titled
''An
Act to
authorize
the
more
complete endown-
ment
of
agriculture
experiment stations, and
for
other
pur-
poses'';
and
Wlhereas
it
is
plrovided
in
Section
2
of
said
Act
that
rlTlle
giants
of
mloney
authorized
by
this
Act
are
made
subject
to
legislative
assent
of
the
several
States
and
Ter-
ritories
to
the purpose
of
said
grants'';
therefore
be
it
R~esolv·ed~
y
the
Senate
the
House
of
Representatives
concurring,
That
the
assent
of
the
Legislature
of
the
State
of
]Florida.
he
and
is
hereby
given to
the purpose
of
the
grants
made
in
that
Act,
and
that
the
State,
Board
of
Control
is
hiereby
authorized
and
empowerel
to
apply them
for
the
benefit
of
the
agricultural
experiment
stations
in
accordance
with
the
terms
and]
conditions
exlpressed
in
the
Act
of
Congress
aforesaid.
Which
wimas
read
the
first
time.
Air.
Colson
moved
to
waive
the
rules
and
that
Senate
(noucH
Irent
Resolution
No.
6
be
read
the
second
time.
156
Which
was
agreed
to
by
a
two-thirds
vote.
The
Resolution
was
read
tIle
second
time.
Mr.
Turnbnll
moved
that
the
Resolution
be
referred
to
a
committee
for
consideration.
Which
was
agreed
to.
And
Senate
Conlcurrent
Resolution
No.
6
was
referred
to
the
C'ommiittee
on
-Approprlations.
INTRODMCTION
1
OF'
BILLS
AN'~'D
JOINT
RESOLUTIONS-
lky
M1r.
Butler-
Senate
Bill
No.
1(J5-A:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
An
Act
miaking
an
emergency
ap-
])ropriatiou
for
contingent
expenises
of
the
State
for
the
remainder
of
thle
current
fiscal
year.
Which
N-as
read
thje
first
time
by
its
title.
Mr.
Hodge
moved
that
the
rules
he
waived
and
that
Senate
Bill
No.
105-A
be
read
the
second
time
by
its
title
only.
Which
was
agre'ed
to
by
a
twio-thirds
v-oie.
And
Senate
Bill
No.
105-A
was
read
the
second
time
by
its
title
only.
Mr.
Hod"ges
iioved
that
the rules
le
waived
and
that
Senate
Bill
No.
105-A
be
read
the
third
time
in
fall
and
pilt
up01
it',s
passage.
Which
Was
WIlreed
to
by
a
two-thirds
vote.
And
Senate
1ill
No.
10.5-A
with
title
above
stated,
was
read
the
third
time
in
full.
Upon
the
piassace
of
this
bill
the
vote
was:
Yeas-Mr.
President,
Senators
Anderson,
Clark
,Coe,
(0olson0
('one.
Edge,
Etheredge,
Gillis,
Hale,
Hineley,
fologes.
Knight,
Malone,
MeDaniels,
Overstreet, Phillips,
Putnam,
Rowe,
Russell,
Scales,
Singletary,
Smith,
Swear-
ingigen.
Taylor
(31st Dist.),
Turnbhull,
rfurner
Walker,
Watson.
Wieker-0
0
N
aivs-None.
So
tbe
bill
pnassed,
title
as
stated.
Anid
the
same
was
ordered
to
be
certified
to
the.
House
of
Representatives
under
the
rule.
By
v
Mr.
Swearingen-
Senate
Bill
No.
106:
A
bill
to
he
(entitled
An
Act
to
amend
Sections
6,
14
and
17
of
('hapter
9356,
establshing
a
Criminal
Court
of
Ree-
157
ord in
P1olk
County,
Floridaa;
said
Section
6
relating
to
the
salary
of
the
judige
of
said
court, said
Section
14
re-
lating
to
the
sinluoning
of
jurors
for
said
court,
and
said
Section
17
relating
to
challenges
in
said
court.
Which
was
read the
first
time
by
its
title.
Mir.
Swearingen
nmovecd
that
the
rules
be
waived
and
that
Senate
Bill
No.
106
be
read
the
second
time
by
its
title
only.
Wvhich
was
agreedl
to by
a,
two-thirds
vote.
Aid
Senate
Bill
No.
106
was
read
tile
second
time
by
its
title
only.
Air.
Swvearingen
mi-oved
that
the
rules
he
warived
and
that
Senate
Bill
No.
106
he
read
the
third
time
in
full
and
pot
upon
its
passage.
Which
wvas
ageced
to
by
a
twio-thirds
vote.
And
Senate
Bfill
No.
106,
with
title
above
statel,
was
r(ca.
the
third
tiere
in
full.
UJpon
the
pas;sazae
of
the
)hill
the
vote
was:
Yeas-Mr.
Pliesident,
Seaators
Ander-son,
ClarK.
Coc.
*
olsoit.
Cone.
Etfferedge,
0Allis.
Hale.
H-inelev.
Kniilit,
MaT-
lone,
MfcDaliiels,
Overst8ect
.
Phillips,
P'lutnalm,
Rowe
r-
sell,
Singletary,
Swearingen,
'Taylor (31st
D
ist.).
'lTnbrhllf.
T1ulinet.
\Talhert.
Wasalo
t,
Wicher-2(i.
Navs-None.
So
the
bill
passeil.
title
as
stated.
And
the
saute was
ordered
to
be
certified
to
the
Hlouse
of
itch)preseitatt
yes
immediately,
the
ru1fle
riavina
beeti
wvaivedl.
By
Mr.
Clark
(by
request)-
Senate
Bill
No.
107:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
Anl
Act
to
place
the
name
of
Dock
Kemp
Williams
on
Pension
Roll
of
the
State
of
Florida.
Which
was
read
the
first
time
by
its
title
and
referred
to
the
Committee
on
Pensions.
By
Mr.
Phillips-
Senate
Bill
No.
108:
A
bill.
to
be
entitled
An
Act
providing
for
the
appoint-
ment;
of
an
additional
Circuit
Judge
in
and
for the Third
Judicial
Circuit
of
Florida.
Which
was
read
the
first
time by
its
title
and
referred
to
the
Committee
on
Judiciary
A.
158S
By
Mr.
Cla1rk-
Senate
Bill
No.
109:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
An
Aet
relative
to
crimes
and
of-
feuses
conmmitted
by
persons
using
a
disguise
calculated
to
conceal
their
identity.
Whicl
was
read
the
first
time
br
its
title
and
referred
to
thle
Comlmittee
on
Jutdiciary
C.
By
Mr.
Clark
(by reqCuest)-
Senate
Bill
No.
110:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
Anl
Act
grantilig
a
pelsiol
to
Daniel
J.
Matthe-ws
of
Okaloosa County,
Florida.
lTlhicl
was
read
the
first
time
by
its
title
and
referred
to
the
Committee
on
Pensions.
Blr
Mi.
McDaniel-
Senate Bill
No.
111:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
An
Act
providing for
the
distlibt-
tion
of
Motol
Vehicle
License Tags
by
the
Tax
Collectols
of
the
seveiral
('ounties
of
the
State
of
Floiida;
providiing
that
Motol
\Vehicle
Licenise
Tags
shiall
be
fu-nished
by
the
Comp]tlollel
of
the
Stalte
of
rFlorida
to
the Tax
(Collect-olrs
in
serial
numbers
;
providing
tile
supervisiojn by
thle
Conil--
troller
of
the
(listlihlltion
of
MIotol
Vellicle
Licelse
Taogs
andL
plrovidillg
for the
comlpensation
of
the
Tax
Collector
for
(listiibilting
Motoir
Vehicle
License Tags.
VWhliclh
was
read
tile
first
time
br
its
title and
refelrred
to
the
('onmnittee
on
Vffinance
and
TaxSation.
Brv
3II.
Bitlel-
Senate
Bill
No.
112:
A
bill to
be
entitled
An
Act to
plescribe
tile
open
season
for
shooting
and
huntinig
deer
in
Dnuval
Collty,
Florida
anld
Ipovidiiig
penalties
forl
hlunlting,
cliasing or
killing
deer
in
said
Coumnty.
Except
in
tile
open
season
as
providedl
by
this
Act.
Which
was
lead
tile
first
tilne
by its
title
anl(
referred(
to
the
Conmmittee
orn
(lame
adl
F'islleries.
1B3y
Mr.
Butler-
Senate
Bill
No.
113:
A.
bill
to
be
entitled
An
Act regulatinig
the
procedure
in
suits
against
infant
and
unknolwn
parties.
Which
was
read
the
first
time
by
it-s
title
and
referred
to
the
Committee
on
Judiciarv
A.
7 7 -·4 7---m
.i·::--,·:---
- -
159
By
Mr.
%Overstreet-
Senate
Bill
No. 114:
*
bill
to
be
entitled
Au
Act
creatinig
a
Florida
State
p'ar-k
System
ownied
and
operated
by
therl
Triustees
of
the
*
lncternal
Inmprovemient
Fd,
authorizing-
them
to
set aside
certUain
lamud
for
park
piutiposes
and other
lands
to
le
sold1
for
the
puipose
of
creating
Florida State
Patuk
System;
to
accept
gifts
of
land
and
purchlase
lanlds
fromil
ind(i\viduals,
the
I
[iinted
States
Govrenmnent
anid
its,
ac-encies
;
tuitoriizi~ll"
thlle
C(o'un1ty
Clomm1lissioners
to
puirchlase
and
ma
intani
parks
a
11(1
cooperate
wvith
the
trutstees
;
to
mitake
Ž11
a)])
0opriationu
for
ca]ifll)g
out the provisions
of
this
Act.
hllich
was
",read
the
first
timue
hr-
its
title
and
referred
to
the
Committee
on
Judiciarv
B.
BrMr.
Plhillips8-
Senate
Ilill
No.
116:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
Anii
Act to increase
the
efficiency
of
the
Bureaui
of
Immigratio
n
of
the
Department
of
Agri-
culture
of
the
State
of
Florida
;
defining(
duties
anid
power,1s;
proji
fling
for'
inecessary
assistants;
and
ialkino'
alppropriationi
therefor.
W\liieh
was
read
the
first
time
1hr
its
title
and1
referred
to
the
Committee
on
Appropriations.
Br
Mr-.
(lark-
Senate
Bill
No.
116:
A
bill
to
be
entitledi
An
Act
plrohibiting-
the
carrving
onl.
orl
enligaging
inl
Work,
labor,
trades
occupations.
ppro-
fessions,
gcamries
or
sports
on
Suniidav
under
certain
cir-
eutnstances
;
ploriding
a.
penalty
for
the
violation
hiereof,
auid(
rep)ealing
certain
lawns
in
conflict
herrew.ith.
Which
-wa~s
read
the first
time
by
its title
annd
referred
to
the
Committee
on
.Judicia
r
C.
Bv
Mr.
Clarki-k
Senate
Bill
No.
117:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
An
Act-
(Br
permission,
Senate
Bill
No.
117
was
withdrawn
by
Mr.
Clark
temporarily, to
be
introduced
tomorrow
under
the
5ame
nmnber).
Byv
Mr.
Clark--
Senate
Toint
Resolution
No.
118
A.
Joint
Resolution
proposing
an.
amendmient
to
Section
160
4
of
Arlticle
II
I
of
the
Conlstitution
of
thile
State
of
F'loridcla
relative
to
lqualificatiolns
andl
pay
of
Senate
and
Members
of
thle
Hlouse
of
Reprleselitatives.
AVlcli
w\-as
ieadl
tile
first
time
by
its
title
alndl
referre(l
to
tlie
(omminittee
on
('onstititioiial
Ainellidments.
·
By
Mlr.
Clark-
Senate
B3ill
No. 119):
A
bill
to
be
entitledl
An
Act-
(By
permlissioin
Senate
B3ill
No.
119
Avas
Avithdrawnv
by
Mr.
Clark
temporarily,
to
be
iintrodlctled
tomorrow
undllelrl
the
same
numtiber).
]3y
l i.
Clark-
Semate
Bill
No.
1]20:
A
bill
to
be
entitledl
An
Act
nmaking
it
a
misdemeanllor
for
an
plelrson
to
use
or
A-ealr
uplon
any%
lpublic
highway,
public
load,
pIublic
bypath, puhlic
stlreet,
public
passage-
-war
or
an)y
lubllic
place
of
any
chalracter
whatsoever,
or
ill
ally
opelL
place
in
view
thereof, or
llpOII
the
private
plr('em-
ises
of
another
Avithout
suhel
othelr's
colnselnt,
in
the
State
of
Flolrida,
a
hood
an(l Inask,
olr
a
hoodl
or
a
mashl,
orl
alny-
thing
ini
the
nature
of
either.
or
any
facial
disguise
of
n;ay
kindl
o
dlescri]ption
wlaltsoeverl
calculated
to
coiweca!
oi
hiide tihe
identity
of
saidl
person
or
to
prevent
his
being
rea(lily
lecognizedl.
except
in
the
cases
of
seluill)tioll
helrein
provi(ledl,
all(l
fixing
thIe
penalty
thercfo'.
Whlich
was
readl
the
first
tilme
1h)
its
title
dll(l
referred
to
tile Committee
on
judliciarlv
(C.
1:M
Ali.
liinelev-
Seniate
B:ill
No.
121:
A
bill
to
be
entitledl
An11
Acet
to legalize
and
validate
the
electiolln
held
in
the City
of
Live
Oak,
Florida,
on
the
25Tth
dlay
of
Marchll
A.D.
1924,
to
determine
whether
or not
said
city
shlould
issue
bolnds
for
certain
Municipal
Im-
plrovclen.t
plurlposes;
to
calrry
into
effect,
legalize,
vali-
date
alnd
confillr
the
results
of
said
election; anthorizing
sai(l
city
io issue
bonds
in
the
sum
of $9,500.00,
with
whviiclh
to
laise
moniev
folr
tile purpose
of
paving
Helvenlls-
tonll
Avenlue,
pilrSllant
to
the results
of
said
election;
andl
repealing
all
laws
and
parts
of
lawvs
in
conflict
withl
tIhe
provisions
of
thiis
Acet.
Whichl
-was
lreadl
the
first
time
by
its
title.
161
tr.
1lillelegy
mlovedl
that
the
rules
be
waived
and
that
Senate
Bill
No.
121
le
read
the
seoeond
time
by
its title
o011y,
Wbich
was
agreed
to
by
a
two-thirds
vote.
And Senate
Bill
No.
121
wias
read
the
second time
by
its
title
0y3'.
Arl..
Hilneley
moved
that
tie
rules
be
w)aived
anrd
that
Senlate
Bill
No. 121
be
read
tile
third
time
in
full
and
pult
uPOn
its
passage.
which
was
agreed
to
by
a
two-thirds
vote.
And
Senate
Bill
No.
121,
witlh
title
above
stated,
wNas
sead
tile
thircd
timn
in
full.
Ujpon
the
passage
of
the
bill
the
vote
was:
e~as-
Mr.·
'President,
Senator-s
Anderson,
Butler.
Clark,
(,oc,,
(,Iolsou,
Cone,
Edge,
Gillis,
Hale,
Hineleyv
,odges.
KnIjighit,
Malone,
MeDaniels,
Overstreet,
Phillips,
Putnam,
Rowe',
Russell,
Scales,
Smith,
Swearingen, Taylor,
(31st
l)ist.),
Trnnimbll,
Turnerle
Walker,
Watsoni,
Wfieker--
29
Nays-Nonie.
So tint
bill
passed,
title
as
stated.
Anjd
thlie
same
w:as,
ordered
to
le
ceritified
to
thie
Houise
of
ltepresenitt
ive-s
nuder-
the
rnle.
13y
M.
ilincley-
S4enate
Bill
No.
122:
A
bill
to
he
entitled
Al
Act
to
legalize
and
validate
the
election
held
in
the
City
of
Live
Oak,
Florida,
on
the
18th
day
of
November,
A. D.
1924,
to
determine
whether
or
not said
city
should
issue
bonds
in
the
suni of
$27,-
500.00,
for
certail
municipa~l
improvement pnrposes;
to
carry into
effect,
legalize,
validate
aid
confirm
the
results
of
said
election;
authorizing
said
city
to
issue
said
bonds;
,and
repealing
all
laws
and
parts
of
lawvs
in
conflict
with
tile
pirovisions
of
this
Act.
Which
iwas
read
the
first
time
by
its
title.
Mr.
Hjinley
moved
tiat
the
rules
be
waived
and
that
Senate
Bill No.
122
be
read
the
second
time
by
its
title
only.
Which
waxs
agreed
to
by
a
two-thirds
vote.
And
Senate
Bill
No.
122
was
read
the
second
time
by
its
title
only.
Mr.
1-inheley
moved
that
the
rules
be
waived
and
that
Senate Bill
No.
122
be
read
the
third
time
in
full and
put
npon
its
passage.
Whitch
was
agreed
to
by
a
two-thirds
vote.
162
And
Senate
bill
No.
122,
with
title
above
stated,
was
read
the
third
time in
full.
Upon
the passage
of the
bill
the vote
was:
Yeas-----Mr.
President,
Senators
Anderson,
Butler,
Clark,
Coe,
Colson,
Cone,
Edge,
Etheredge,
Gillis,
Hale
IHineley,
Knight,
Malone,
McDaniels,
Overstreet,
Putnam,
Rowe,
Russell,
Scales,
Singletary,
Simith,
Swearingen,
Taylor,
Trurnbull,
Walker,
Watson,
Wicker-28.
Nays-None.
So
the
bill
passed.
title
as
stated.
And
the
same
was
ordered
to
be
certified
to
the
Iouse
of
Representatives
immediately,
the
role
having
lbeef
waived.
By
Special Committee
to
Consider
Governor's Message-
Senate
Bill
No.
12:3:
A.
bill
to
be
entitled
An Act
relatinig
to
corporations.
Which
was
read
the
first
time
by
its
title
and
placed
on
thm
Calenidar
of
Bills
on
Secont
d
Rueading
Lunder
the
rules.
By
iMr
Walker
(Byr
Request)-
Senate
till
No.
124:
A
bill
to
lit
cnttled
Ani
Act
to
create
the
Department
of
Game
and
Fr
mih
Water
Fish and
the
position
of
State
ganme
cominiiisiouer
and
to
define
his
dtI~ties
and
powA~ers
and
fixl
his compensation;
to
provide
for
the
issuance
of
huntintg
linses-
aintl
to
make
an
appropriation
to
carry
out
the
prov
isions
of
this
Act.
Which
was
readc
thie
first
timie
by
its
title
and
referred
to
the
Committee
on
Game
and
Fisheries.
MTESS~a(E
vliM
TIlE
HOISE
01O
I{EI'I1E
SENTAT1
yES
Time
following
melc8ssagWe
from
tihe
House
of
lleprceslenta-
tives
wvas
received
and read:
oause
of
Repre.sentativ·es,
Tall
ahmassee,
P~lorida,
April
15,
1925-
lion.
Johin
S.
Taloi
or,
President
of
the
8ewitite.
x~:
T
a.n
directed
hrA
the
House
of
Represtentatives
to
inform
the
Senate
that
the
House
of
Representatives
has
passed-
163
House
Bill
No.
209:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
An
Act
autlhorizing
the
Board
of
C1ounItv
('Colnissionci's
of
the County
of
Okeechobee,
Floida.
b
resolution,
to
issue
negotiable
interest
bear-
ingt
bonids,
bearinig
six
per
cent.
(6%)
interest
per
an-
null,
Jpayable
semi-annually,
in
sunch
form(
date
of
ma-
turity
and
time
and
place
or
places
of
payiments
as
the
said
Boareti
of
County ('omnussioners
may
adopt.
in
thle
sum111
of
200,000.00,
the
proceeds
of
w-hich
to
be
used]
for
tile
construction
of
a
courthouse
for-
Okeechobee
County.
Florida,
and
for
furnishing
fixtures
for
said
building,
and
for
paving
and
work
incidental
to
the
preparation
of
the
gTrounnds
around
said
building
and
to
create
a
sinking
furnd
for
the
payiment
of
the principal
and
interest
on
said
bondIs
anti
to
provide
for
tbe
sale
anld
retirement
of
same;
nraming
depositories
for
moneys derived
from
sale
of
said
bonds and
from
tax
for
sinking
funud
for
ie-
tirementm
of
bonds.
Aind
respectfully
requests
the
concurrence
of
tile
Senate
heIlreto.
Very
respectfully,
B.
A.
MEGINNTSS.
Chief
Clerk House
of
Representati-ves.
And
House
Bill
No.
209,
contained
in
the
above
ines-
sage, was
r~ead
thle
first
time
by
its
title.
Air.
'Walson
moved
that
Hie
rules
he
rwaived
and!
that
House
13i11
No.
209
he
read
the
second
time
by
its
title
only.
Which
was
agreed
to
by
a
two-thirds
vote.
And
LiHonse
Bill
No.
209
wvas
read
the
seconrd
time
by
its
title
only.
Mr.
Watson
moved
that
the
rules
be
wvaived
and
that
hlouse Bill
No.
209
be
read
the
third
time
in
full
and
put
utpon
its
passage.
Which was
agreed
to
by a
two-thirds
vote.
And
tiouse
Bill
No.
209
-withl
title
above
stated,
was
end
the
third
time
in
full.
Upon
call
of
tile
roll
oil
the
passage
of
the
bill
thle
vote
was,:
Yeas-Mlr.
President,
Senators
Andeson
,
Butler,
Clark,
Coc,
Cone,
Etheredge,
Hale,
Hodges,
Knight,
Mc-
Daniels,
Over-street.
Putnam,
Russell,
Singletary,
Smith,
Taylor
(31st
Dist.),
Turner,
Walker,
Watson,
Wicker-
21.
162
And Senate
Bill
No.
122,
with
title
above
stated,
was
read
tre
third
time
in
full.
Upon
the
passage
of
the
bill
the
vote
was:
Yeas--Mr.
President, Senators
Anderson,
Butler,
Clark,
Coe,
Colson,
Cone,
Edge,
Etheredge,
Gillis,
Hale
Hineley,
Knight,
Malone,
MeDaniiels,
Overstreet,
Putnami, Rowe,
Russell, Scales,
Singletary,
Smith,
Swearimgen,
Taylor,
Turubull,
Walker,
Watson,
Wieker-28.
Nays-None.
So
the
bill passed,
title
as
stated.
And
the
samne
was
ordered
to
be
certified
to
the
House
of
Representatives
innmediately,
the
vale
having
been
waived.
By
Special
Committee
to
Consider
Governor's
Message-
Senate Bill
No.
123:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
An
lAct
relating
to
eorporations.
Which
was
read
the
first
time by
its title
and placed
on
the
Calenidar
of
Bills
oil Second
Rcadinlg
undAer
the
rules.
By
Mr.
Walker
(By
R'equest)-
Senate
13ill
No.
124:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
An
Act
to
create the
Department
of
Gaame
and
Fresh
Water
Fish
and
the
positIon
of
State
gamne
conimussioner
and
to
define his
dnties
and
powers
and
fix
Iis compensation;
to
provide
for
the
issuance
of
hiuntinig
licenses
;
ann
to
make
an
appropriation
to
carry
out
the
provisions
of
this
Act.
Which
wN-as
read
tire
first
time
by
its title
and
referred
to
tie
C0ommll'ittee
on
Game
'and
Fisheries.
M:ESSAGE
~FROM
TIlE
110
UrSE
(F'
II
E
P
REl.SE
NT
AT
[\'VES
rfie.
folloing
messag-e
from
tire
House
of
lIep-esenta-
tuves
wvas
received
and
read:
House
of
Relepreseiltatives,
'1'all
haluss
e.
Flor-ida,
April
15,
l92¼
Ifom.
Job~
ii
.
Talu
for,
Presidenit
of
tihe
8einote.
Sur:
i
am
(lileeted
bhr
tire
house
of
Represenitatives
to
inlform
tire
Senate
thiat
the
lo1ruse
of
Representatives
Inns
passed-
163
IIoPuse
Bill
No.
209:
A
bill
to
be
entitlel
An.
Act
authorizing
the
Board
of
CIounItyt
Commnssioners
of
the
('ounty
of
Okeechobee,
Floridia
by
resolution,.
to issue
negotiable
interest
bear-
jug bonds,
bearing
six
per
cent.
(6%/)
interest
per
an-
punt,
)ayable
sem
i-annually,
in
such
form
date
of
ma.-
trit
y
and
time
antid
place
or
places
of
payiments
as the
said
Board
of
County
Coimuissioners, may
adopt,
in
the
sum
of
$200.000.00,
the
])roeee(s
of which
to
he
used
for
tile
construction
of
a
courthouse
for
Okeechobee
County.
Florida,
mid(
for
furnishing
fixtures,
for
said
building,
ant
for
paving
and
wYork
incidental
to
tim
preparation
of
the
gfrounds,
arlolnd
said
building
and
to
create
a
sinking
fund
for
the
payment
of
the
principal
and
interest
on
saiil
bonds
antl to
plrovidle
for
tim
sale
and
retirement
of
same;
naming
depositories
for
moneys
derived
from
sale
of
said
bonds
and
from
tax
for
sinking
fund
for
re-
tirenient
of
bonds.
And
respectfully
requests
the
concurrence
of
the
Senate
thereto.
Very
respectfully,
B.
A.
MEGINNISS,
Chief
Clerk House
of
Representatives.
And]
Tlouse
Bill
No.
209,
contained
in
the
above
mes-
saige.
wvas
rea1
tile
first
time
by its
title.
*
Mr.
Watson
mooved
that
the
rules
he
waivaed
and
that
hfouse
Bill No.
209
he
read
the
second
time
by
its
title
only.
Which
wvas
agreed.
to
by
a
two-thirds
vote.
Ant
House
Bill
No.
209
was
read
the
second
time
by
its
title
only.
Mr.
Watson
moved
that
the
rules
be
wai'ved
and
that
TIouse
Bill
No.
209
he
read the
third
time
in
full
and
put
upon
its
passage.
Which
was
agreed to
by
a
twNo-thirds
vote.
Aind
House
Bill
No.
209
with
title
above
statedi. was
I
eadi
the
third
time
in
full.
Upon.
call
of
the
roll
on
the
passage
of
the
bill
the
vote
was:
Yeas-M-r.
President,
Senators
Anderson,
Blutler,
Clark,
Co,
Cone,
Etheredge,
Hale,
Hodges,
Knight,
Mc-
IDaniels,
Overstreet.
Putnam.
Russell,
Singletary,
Smith,
Taylor
(31st
Dist.), Turner. Walker,
Watson,
Wicker-
21.
164
N
a~ys-None.
So
the
bill
was
passed
as
stated.
And
the
same
was
ordered
to
be
certified
to
the
IHouse
of
Representatives
inmediately,
the
rule
having
been
waived.
Also-
vlhe
following-
messag-e
from
the(,
House
of
RepIesenta-
five!s
was
recei
vedl
anti
read:
House
of
Re.('preselntatives,
Tlallahaassete
Fla.. April
15.
1.925.
llomm.
John
8.
Toylor.
Pecsideta
of
the Senate.
Sir:
1
amu
directedI by
the
ho0iuse
of
Rep]res
emtatives
to
iniform111
time
Senate
that
the,
house
of
R-tepresentatives
has
adopted-
h0ouse·
Comeriicuent·
Resolution
No.
5:
bongresass oile
Coil"-rcss
of
the
United
'States
has
dpassed
an.
Act
approved
lby
the
President
February
24.
1925,
(entitled
'"Al
Act
to
authorize
the
mooe
eomplete
endow-
meIlat
of
ag-ricultural
experinment
stations,
andi(]
for
other
pulrposes`'';
anld
WiVerews
it
is
provided
ill
Section
2
of
salid
A
ct
that
Time
g-rants
of
money
auitlioiizedl
by
this
Act
are
niade
subject
to
lerislat
ive
assent
of
the
several
States
animl
te'r-
ritories
to
tile
paipose
of
said
giants''
therefore
lbe
it
Iesool\etd
b
iln
Ilollse-
of
RI'epreselltatives,
thlle
SenaVt
cncurring",
that
t
lie
assent
of
the
Legis-lattore
of
the(,
Statek
of
Florida
be
anid
is
Iierelby
given
to
tile
pmmr
pose of
time
grn-mits
mula
nh
ill
that
i\ct,
and
tlit
the St;lte
Board
of
Control
is
hcIicbv
authorized
and
empowered
to
apply
them
for
thet
bentfit
of
thie
agricultural
experiment
stations
inl
aceortlanut
-wVith
the
terms
and
conditions
express-ed.
in
the
Act
of
Cong-ress
afor-esaid.
And
IrspieCtfiill-
requests
tile
concurrentce
of
the
Senate
therin
to.
Very
respectfuilly.
B.
A.
MEGINNISS,
(hief
Clerk
House
of
Repr~esentatives.
Anti
House
Conenrurenit
Resolutioni
No.
5,
contained
ill
tille
bliove
message, was,
read
time
first
time
and
referred
to
tho
Committee
oil
Appropriations.
165
Tallahassee,
Fla.,
April
14,
1925.
House
of
Represeltatives,
lion.
Jo!7
1a
S.
Taylor,
fl'rcs4deuit
of
the
S'enate.
i
ant
directed
by-
the
Hfouse
of
hIeipresenitatives
to
inform
the
Senate
that
the
Speaker
has
announced
lthat
he
has
ap-
p"oillned
on
the
Committee
on
the
part
of
the
lou[se
W
iro-
vifled
for
hr
Senate
Concurrent
Resolution
No.
i,
to
in-
vi\stipcte
the
State
Llvvestock
Sanitary
Board-
Bery
Y'lnt,
Mar
and
Stone.
VerY
respectfully,
B.
A.
MEGINNIS8,
Chief
Clerk
Iouse
of
Representatives.
A!lso--
'Fhi,
following N
messeage
front
thie
hlowse
of
vlepresenita-
lires
wasif
received
anld
reaid
House
of
Representatives,'
Tallahassee,
Fla..
A~pril
15.
I
¶J'5.
Hlol.
Jolhm
'S.
Tajlor.
Sr:Fr.ideallt
of
the
Senate.
[
an
directed
by
the
IHo
use
of
Representatives
to
inform
the
Senate
that
the
House
of
riepresentative
has
passed-
Senate
Bill
No.
19:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
Aul
Act
providing for
tie
issuance
and sale
of
bonds
in
the
sum
of $125,000
by the
Board
of
Public
Instruction
of
the
Coutity
of
Santa
Rosa,
State
of
Florida,
to
fund
the
outstanding
indebtedness
of
tie
said
Board
of
Public
Inst.ruction
;
providing,
a
sinking
fund
with
which
to
pay
the
principal
and
interest
of
said
bonds
as
same
mature,
specifying
what
interest
said
bonds
are
to
bear,
the
late
and
maturity
of
the
same,
prescribing
cern
tain
duties
of
the
sai
al
Board
of
Public
Instruction;
pro-
166
hibiting
said
board
from
borrowing
money
after
the
sale
of
such
bonds,
and
prescribing
penalties
for
a
violation
thereof.
Also-
Senate
Bill
No. 48:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
An
Act to
validate
and
confirm
the
proceedings
of
the
Board
of
County
Commissioners
of
Monroe
County, to
authorize the
issuance
and
sale
of
$2,000,000
of
road
bonds
of
said
County
and
$650,000
of
bridge
bonds
of
said
County,
and
providing
for
the
levy
of
a
tax
to
pay
the
said
bonds.
Also-
Senate Bill
No.
68:
A
bill to
be
entitled
An
Act
to Igealize
and validate
the
proceedings
of
the
Town
of
Hastings, Florida,
for
the
issuance
and
sale
of
twenty-five
thousand
dollars
im-
provement
bonds
of
the
Town
of
Hastings, Florida,
issue
of
1925,
and
authorizing
the
issuance
of
said
bonds,
and
the levy
of
taxes
thereon.
Also-
Senate
Bill
No.
94:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
An
Act
to
legalize,
validate
and
confirm
an
election
held in
the
City
of Gainesville,
a
Muni-
cipal
Corporation
in
Alachua County,
State
of
Florida,
on
August
29th,
A.
D.
1924,
under
the
provisions
of
An
Ordinance
entitled
"An
Ordinance
to
provide
for
the
issuance
of
bonds
of
the
Municipality
of
the
City
of
Gainesville
in
the
sum
of
three
hundred
sixty-six
thousand
dollars for
the
construction
of
street
paving
upon
the
streets
thereof,
and
for
the extension
of
and
improvement
of
the
water
and
the
sewerage
systems
of
the
City
of
Gainesville,
for
the
construction
and
maintenance
of
a
Hospital,
and
for
the
construction
or acquisition
of
a
City
Building, and
the
calling
and
holding
of a
special
election
in
said city
for
the
purpose
of
deciding
at
said
election,
by the
votes
of
the
qualified
electors
of
said
city,
who
were
qualified
to
vote
in
the
annual
city
election
held
on
April
8th,
1924,
and
who
pay
a
tax
upon
real
or personal
prop-
erty,
whether
or
not
bonds
shall
be
issued
as
pro-
vided
for
herein,''
approved
22nd
day
of
July,
A.
D.
1924,
to
determine
whether
or
not
the
said
City
of
Gainesville
should
issue
its
bonds
in
the
aggregate
sum
of
three
hun-
167
dred
sixty-six
thousand
dollars,
for
the
purposes
specified
therein;
and
legalizing
and
validating
the
bonds
issued,
or
to
be
issued
under
the
provisions
of
said
ordinance
and
tile
said
election ;
legalizing
and
confirnming
the
expeindi-
tures
provided for
in
said ordinance
for
the
objects and
jiiirposes,
enwtioned
thierein,
and
legalizing,
validating
and
c
1
rntjifming
any
and
all
proceedings
had
in
connection
tilprcwith.
Very
respeetfuliv.
B.
A.
kIEiGINNNSS,
Chief
Clerk
House
of
IRepresentatives.
And
Senate
Bills,
Nos.
19,
48,
68
and
94,
contained
in
tile
above
message.
were
referred
to
the
Committee
on
En-
rolled
Bills.
Also-
The
following
message
from
the
Ilm.ojsi
olF
I'icsC'ite-
tiv·es
wTlas
received
and
eadl:
lou~se
of
teiire-seniiat
ives.
Tallahiliassei,
Florida,
April
15. P125.
Ifoii.
John
s.
'taylor.
President
ofhe
rfewnole.
Nip:
1
ani
drecteii
Ine
tie
House
of
elpcresentatives
to
infoinm
the
Senate
that.
the;(
houl1s'e
of
Representative"s
has
passed-
House
Memorial
No.
1:
Mlemorializin
g
the
interstate
Comnmerce
t'iominission
for-
the
relief
of
those
egngaged
in
ag-riculture
anld
horitrultulre.
Very
respectfully,
B.
A.
MEGINNISS,
Chief
Clerk
1h
ouse
of
Representative's.
And House
Memorial
No.
1.
containied
in
the
above
mes-
sage,
was
read
the
first
time
and
was
laid
over
unader
thile
rule.
Also--
The following-
message
from
the
house
of
Representa-
tives
was
received
and
read:
.4-
168
IHlouse
of
Reprlesentatives,
Tallahassee,
Floridla,
April
15,
1925.
IIoni.
Joh7
S.
Toylor,
Presidelt
of
the Senate.
PSii·:
1
am
tliectedl by
the
I-louse
of
Reprleseltatives
to
inform
the
Senate
that
the
House
of
Reprlesentatives
has
passetl-
IIonse Bill
No.
119:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
An.
Aet
to
authorize
tle
C1olulty
of
Olrange
to
levy
a.
special
tax
for publicity
ptnuposes
alnt
proviling
for
the
expenditure
thereof.
Also-
House
Bill
No.
140:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
An
Act
giilvg
and
granting
to
the
Board
of
County
Commissioners
of
Bay County,
Florida,
and
its
successors
in
office,
the
consent
and
authority
of
the
State
of
Florida
to
erect,
construct,
build, control
and
operate
a
bridge
for
highway
purposes
over
and
across
the
east
arm
of
St. Andrew's
Bay,
at
a
place
known
as
Long
Point,
and
also a
bridge
at
a
place
on
St.
Andrews
Bay
known
as
Sulphur Point,
thle
same
being
navigable
water
in
the
Counlty
of
Bav,
State
of
Florida.
Also-
House
Bill
1)1:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
Anll
eAct
authorizinlg
thle
Citv
of
Titulsville
to
issue
bonls
and
to
amendl
Section
39
relating
to
sale
of
bonds
of Chlapter
6108
of
the
Law's
of
Florida,
entitled,
"An.
Act
to
abolish
the
present
municeiipal
govern-
ment
of
the
Town
of
TitLusville,
in
the
Countty
of
Brevard
and
State
of
Florida,
and
to
establish,
organize
and
consti-
tute
a
mnunicilpality
to
be
knolwn
and
desigllated
as
the
City
of
Titnsville
ant
to
define
its
telrritorial boundaries
and
to
lprovi(le
folr
its
jllrisdictiion,
powrers alnd
privileges.
Also-
HIonse
Bill
No.
22G:
A
bill
to
be
entitledl
An
Act
to
establish,
organize
anti
constitute
a
mlnunicil)aity
to
be
known
anil
designated
as
the
Town-
of
Oviedo
and(
to
tlefine
its
terrIitorial
bounld-
aries, anl
to
plrovide
for
its
jurlisdiction,
goVelrnlment,
powers
andl
privilege.
169
A
Iso-
1
loamO
Bill
No.
242
]
bill
io
be
centitehl
Aix
Act
to
pr-ovide
for
and
establish
bid
alnd
gamue
rserrat
ion,
defining
its
boundaries,
pro-
Ilil~itto''
thle
lxnintiit
trapping,
chasing,
killing
or
miolest-
Ao"
w)
ay
t
n
aild
iniials,
birds;
or
fowl
within
said
les-
rihel'(
bound
xuaries
alld
providing
a
punlislunent
for
the
\ 1 0
13lt1011
Iltere
31.
\n1tl
xespectfulli
requests
the
concurrence
of
the
Senate
Very
respeetf
lliv.
B.
A.
MEFGINN1tSS.
ChAief
Clerk
Hlonse
of
iepresentatcives.
ol
h1ous1ee
Iill
No.
11!),
contained
in
tire
above
message,
Wa\.s
real
tile
first
time
1
its
title.
MiI.
(Q)vrstreet
movedl
that
the
rules
be
waived
and
that
loose
B'ill
No.
11D
be r-ead
thle secox
I[
time
hrv
its
title
0
iii'·.
Whliich
was
agreed
to
by
a
two-thirds
vote.
And
House B
ill
No.
119
was
read
the
seeond
Iilme
1hv
its
litle
on1ly.
Air'.
()verstreet
moved
that
the
rules
bxx'
waived
adl
that
House Bill
No.
119
be
read
the
biill
timei
ii 1nl
antid
put
ltili itLts
passage.
Which
was
agreed
to
by
a
t-wo-thirds
vote.
And
House
Bill
No.
119,
with
title
above
stated,
was
read
tile
third
time
in
full.
*
Upon
the
passage
of
the
bill
the
vote
was
*Yeaas-Mi.
.Presidlent,
Senators
Auxierson,
Butler,
Clark.
Coe.
Cone.
Edg-e,
Etheredge,
Gfillis,
1-Tale,
Hineley,
Malone.
e~ll~an
iels,
Oversitreet,
Phl'lips.
Russell,
Singletar-y.
Smriith~.
Swearin
-i,
Tay'lor
(01st Dish.),
Turfinbull
Turner.
Waiflker.
Wicher-25.
Navs-No
ne.
So
the
bill
passed,
title
as
stated.
Adl
the
same
was n rderexl
to
be
certiflexi
to
tIre
-louse;
or
Representfati
ves.
Aid
1
louse
B
ill
No.
140(.
conlta
iii
cx
ill
tin
a
i)ove
nxess-xee,
was
readl
the
first
time
hr
its
title.
Mr-.
MeDaniiels
moved
that
the
roles
ibe
waived
and
that
loose
Bill
Ni.
141)
he
readl
time
second
time
hr
is
;title
tinlv.
Wixiell
was
agreed
to
byV
a
two-fi
irds
rote.
170
Alu
I
110
US
Bill
No.
I.,I
was
iCidh
ilie
ecolhl
Lime
bill
its
title
0111-.
Mr.
MeDaniels
moved
that
the
rules
be
waived
and
that
House
Bill
No.
140
be
read
the
third
time
in
full
and
put
upon
its
jpassage.
Which
was
agreed
to
by
a
two-thirds
vote.
And
H1ouse
Bill
Ni).
1-40.
with-
title
above
statet,
Was
read
the
third
tline
in
full.
Upon
the
passage
of
the
bill
tile
vote
wvas:
Yeas-Mr.
President,
Senators
Anderson. Clark,
C(oe,
CJolson,
Cone;
Edge,
Etlieredge,
GIillis,
Hale,
Hjinelc,
Hodges,
Jnight,
Malone,
MeDaniels,
Overstrcet,
Phillips,
Rowe,
Russell,
Singletary,
Smith,
Swearingeni,
Taylor
(31st
Dist.)
Turnbull,
Turner,
Walker,
Watson,
Wicker
-28.
Nav-s-Noue.
So
the
bill
lpassed,
title
as
stated.
And
the
same was
ordered
to
be
certified
to
tile
House
of
Representatives.
And
Hlouse
Bill
No.
151,
contained
in
the
above
mes-
sag,
nwas
ic'ad
the first
time
li
its
title
wall
his
place(I
on
tile
Calendar
of
Local
Bills
on
Secondil
Reading
withlout
reference.
And
House
Bill
No.
226,
contained
in
the
albove
mes-
sage,
was
jead the
first
time
by
its
title
andl
was
placed
on
the
Calendar
of
Local
Bills
on
Seconl
Reading
w
itliout
reference.
And
House
Bill
N).
242,
containied
ill
the
above
mes-
sage,
wias
read
the
first
time
by
its
title
and
was
placel
oil
tile
Calendlida
of
Local
Bills
01]
Second
Reading
without
reference.
Also-
The
followingp
mtessage
from
the
House
of
Representa-
tives
)vas
received
ani
read:
House
of
Representatives,
Tallahassee,
Florida,
April
15,
1925.
lion.
Jov
hn
.
Taylor,
President of
Iihe
eiiedte.
I
al
directed
by
the
Honse
of
Representatives
to in-
form
thle
Senate
that
tlie
House
of
Representatives
has
passedl-
171
Hrouse
bill
No.
243:
A
bill
to
le
entitled
An
Act
to
Jirohibit
the
rI-[jlimjio
at
larg~e
of
mogs
Avitliit
the
fOllOw'iing
describl
IbonumidaI(Ies
Iegiflfli~lg
at
the
northeast
corner'.
of
Sectioo
6,
Towvlship
48'
Southj,
Range
26
East,
in
Lee
Conit'-,
Florida,
south
to
Caloosaliatelicc
River,
wvesteri- al](
folowino-
alongi
j1iortli
side
of
said
river
low
water
mark
to
thie
A.
C.
L.
Ra
il-oad,
thence following
said
railroad
track
in
a
north-
wecsterl~y
direction
to
the
north
boundary
li
e
of
ice
,ounuIty,
theiiee
easteri-
and along
said
boundary
line
to
thle
pOinit
of
b)g-illiIligO
;11(d
providing
ai
peiialty
foi tile
violatiols
thereof.
And
respectfully
irquiets
tile
cOmlilcicilce
of
IIe
Seji-
ate tlicreto.
Veryv
respectfullY,
B.
A.
MEC4JNNISS.
Cbiief
(Jerk
House of
Repr-esentatives.
A;d
House
Bill
No.
248,
contained
iIl
the
above
Ines-
sage,
was
riead
the
first
timie
by,
its
title
and
placed
on
the
(
1
aleudar
of
Local
Bills
o01
Second
Reafding-
without refer-
e'llee.
1:-
1lolaiHinlous
consent-
'lHie
Senate
reverted
to
the-
('ONSIDERATIJON
0?
IOlFSOL~UT
IONS.
Senate
Conenrrent
Resolution
No.
5
The
Joint
Resolution
proposing
the
rejeetion
by
the
Legislature
of
the
State
of
Florida
of
the
proposed
aoienduient
to
the
Constitution
of
the
United
States,
pro-
vided
for
1bw-
House
-Joint
Resolution
No.
184,
of
tie
68th
C'ongress
(if
the
Unitied
States,
conterring
lpon
(Congress
jwx'cr
to
lihmt,
regnilate
and
plroilibit
the
lalbor
of
persons
1111(e11
18
years
of
age.
Was
taken
up
andl
placed
bIefore
the Senate,
and[
read
fliii
secoc0ml
tunte.
Mr.
Phillipps
moved
to
adopt
thle
resolution.
mJj*
coo
offered
tile
following
amendmnent
to
Senate
Joinlt
Resolintion
No.
5:
in
lil'
onie,
insert
the
wvoid
'Concurrent,''
after
the
word
''Senate,''
and]
hefore
the,
word
'Resolution."
And]
inserting
at
teli
cud
of
line
2:3,
after
tile
wvorid
Ifhe",
''
and before
IeI('
word
''
1iiit.
'
i
word
'hulmnni-
tar
iao
I.
172
Mr.
(oe
mlove(I
tile
adoption
of the
amenwdment.
Which
wvas
agreed
to.
The.
question
theni
recurred
upon
the
aidoption,
of
the
Resolution
as
amended.
Upon
wvhich
a
call
of
tile
r·oll
was
demanided.
Tile
roll
was
called
and
the
vote
stood:
Yt'aS3-Mr.
Presidenlt,
Senlators"
Andersonl,
Butt'
r.
(sd
Jo-e,
C2ol-01o.
Cone,
Edge.
Etheredoge,
Gillis.
aMle,
li11ijiwy,
Iondges
Knight,
21alone,
MUel)anfels,
(irerestreet
I
11111p,s
Putnam,
Russell,
Scales,
Singletar.
Smith,
Sn'a
i
iii"
a,
Taylor
(31st
Dist.),
rhurwl.,
Walker,
Waitson,
Wui
)k,,,--29.
Nays-None.
Thr-
action
of
the
Senate
Nvwa
olrld'
ici
to
hIC
Irt(
Hrd
to
the
Committee
oil
Engrossed
Bills
sin
ifter
thi
report
to
he
certified
to
thle,
h1oluse
of
Represntatives.
The
following
explanation
of
his
vote
oil
Senlt
(onil'
lent
Resolutioni
No.
5
was
registered
by
Senator
TunbIubll
I
ask
to
he.
excused
froin
voting
oil
tins
Resol
t
Sml
for
following
reasons-
i.
The
amlendmencltt.
to
1.
S.
ConstilLat1i
somught
to
he(~
rejected
is not
properly
before
the
Jegsin
)lAme.
2.
See.
19,
Act
XVI,
Flor'ida
Colu-tltft1011.
lpl'ol~iiuits
action
by
the
present
Legislature
on
said
amenedment.
3.
1
am
not
ii
sympathy
with
the verhing
of
the·
Reso-
lution,
although
T
am in
favor
of
rejectimx
the
amendme(njout.
TITEO.
T
TI
T
RNBI3I
L.
The
followinlg
coininnication
from tile
Sevretmarv
-if
State
wvas
receivedl,
read
and
ordered
to
lie
spreadl
o
tile
.Tonrn~al:
Office
of
the
Secretary
of
State. State
of
Florida,
Tallahassee.
April
14.
1925.
lion.
John
S.
Taylor,
Senate
Clanhber,
Talaliat
e85.
Flor
I' tt
MyI T
Dearl
Sir:
Responding
to
req
nest
from
members
of
Ilie
Stale
Seii-
ate,
i ami
writning
vono
to
state
tllat
no
cojn'
of
fihe
pronlcosed
Nineteenthi
Amiendmnent
to
the
(
1
onstitutiomi
of
the
T,
I
itedI
States
1155
been
received
at
this
office.
Yonres
vee-r
t
aI.I,
HI.
C('LAY
C'RAWAFORD.
Seereta
n-
of
State.
173
The
considciatioii
of
bills
onl
the
second
readnig
was
re-
slumed
:
Senate
Bill.
No.
103:
A
bill
to
he
entitled
An
Acet
permitting
coulties
to
owll
ancl
opelate
coldl
stolrage
plants.
WVas
talken
up
andl
placed
before
the
Senate,
and
readl
the
secoid
tilme.
rI..
IIodges
novetl
tllat
the
further
consideratioln
of
the
bil
be
teliPoillily
prassedl
allnd
that
it
-
retain
its
pJositimnl
On
thile
Calendclar.
Senlate
13ill
No.
104:
A
bill
to
be
elltitledl
An
Act to
providce
for
tllhe
elreatioii
of
a
colnlissionl to
mllake
a
complete phvsical
aud
economlli-
cal
surlvey
of
the
Florida
C'oast
Line
Canal,
with
author-
ity
to
malke
aI
full
report
of
its
findings
to
the
('ovenilor.
anld
llmaking
a*1
approl)riatioil
tlelrefoLr.
Was
tak(ll
uip
nlid
placedl
before
the
Senllate,
adl
readl
thle
secolllnd
tillle.
Mrl.
Wiatson
mlloved
that
the
raules
be
waive-d
alld
that
Sellnte
Bill
No.
104
lbe
)laeed
back
onl
the
secolld
read(lig
folr
amelllml11ellt.
Whicth
w-as
not
agleed
to.
Antl
the
bill
was
placed
on
the
Calendar
of
bills
on
third
reading.
Mr.
Ovelrstreet
movedl
to
waive
the
rules
and
take
up
out
of
its
olrder
House
Bill
No.
119
for
consideration.
Which
w7as
agreed to
by
a
two-thirclds
vote.
And-
IIouse
Bill
No.
119:
A bill
to
be
entitled
All
Act
to
authllorize
the
Conllty
of
Olalge
to
levy
a
special
tax
for
publicity
purposes
adllcl
p
rovidingr
fol
the
expelcnditure
thereof.
Was
taken
tip.
Mr.
Overstlreet
imoved
thlat
the
rules
be
waivedl
amld
that
Ilolucse
Bill
No.
119
be
read
the
second
time
by
its
title
olly.
Whllich
was
agreed to
by
a
two-thirds
vote.
Anfd
1louse
Bill
No.
119
was
read
the
seconl
timle
by
its
title
on1ly.
Mr.
Overstreet
movedl
that
the
rules
be
wraived
andl
that
lTouse
Bill
No.
119
be
lead the
third
time in
fnll
and
put
111ioi
its
passage.
174
Which
was
agreed to
by
a
two-thirds
vote.
And
House
Bill
No.
119,
with
title
above
stated,
was
read
the
third
time
in
full.
Upon call
of
the
roll
on
the
passage
of
the
bill
the
vote
was:
Yeas--Senators
Anl]d(ersol,
Clark,
C(oe,
Cone,
Edge,
Etheredge
Gillis,
Hale.
h1ineley,
Hiodoes,
Knight,
Malone.
MeDaniels,
Overstrcet,
Phillips, Putnam,
Russell,
Scales,
Singletary,
Smith,
Swearingen,
Taylor,
Turner,
Walker-24.
Nays-None.
So
the
bill
passed,
title
as
stated.
And
the
same
was
ordered
to
be
certified
to
the
House
of
Representatives.
On
motion
of
i'lr.
hale,
Senate
Bills
Nos.
40
and
41
were
withdrawn
from
the
Calendar
of
Local
Bills
on
See-
ond0
Readinoi
and
referred
to
the
Comintltee
on
Roads
and
Ihighways.
Mr.
Overstreet
moved
to
waive
the
rules
and
take
up
out
of
its
order
House
Bill
No.
119
for
consideration.
Which
was
agreed
to
by
a
t-wo-thirds
vote.
And-
i-louse
Bill
No.
226:
A
bill
to
lie
entitled
Anu
Act
to
establish,
organize
and
constitute
a
niunicipality
to
be
known
anld
designated
as
the Town
of
Oviedo,
and
to
define
its
territorial
bouni-
daries,
and to
provide
for
its
jurisdietion,
government,
piowxers
and
privilegres.
Was
taken
uti
and
placed
before
the
Senate.
Mr.
Overstreet
noved
that
the rules
be
waived
and
that
House
Bill
No,
226
be
read
the
second
time
by
its
title
only.
Which
wrasi,,
a
greed
to
by
a
two-thirds
vote.
And
'louse
Bill
No.
226
was
read
the
second
time
by
its
title
onli.
Mi-.
Overstreet
moved
that
tbe
rules
be
wvaived
and
that
House
Bill
No.
226
be
read
the
third
time in
full and
plut
1)1p01
its
passage.
Which
was
agreed
to
by
a
two-thirds
vote.
And
house
Bill
No.
226,
with
title
above
stated,
was
read
the
third
time
in
frill.
Upon
the
passage
of
the bill the
vote
was:
a's Andrson.
Btler.
(lark,
'c
(one.
E~iu.
iiln
cdii..(fllis.
Halo.
hliiiub'v,
I
m
K
iiighit,
175
M:alone,
MAcDanliels,
Ov-erstreet,
Phlilips,
Putlam.
Rowe,
Russell.
Scales.
Singletary,
Smitlh,
Swearingen,
Taylor
(31st
Dist.),
Trurnlall,
TurelneL
,
Wallker,
watson,
Wicker
-29.
Nays-Noine.
So
the
bill
passeLd,
title
as
stated.
Andcl
the
same
was
ordered
to
be
certifiel to
the
IHouse
of
Representatives.
By
perllission-
Mr.
Turnbull
offered
the
following
lResolutioll:
Senate
Concurrent
Resolution
No.
7
Whereas,
Senate Bill
No.
26,
being
a
bill
to
be
entitlicl
An
Act
to
amend
Section
1061
of
tlhe
Revised
General
Stat-
utes
of
the
State
of
Florida,
sarme
being
Section
1 &
C(lIap-
ter
7304,
Laws
of
Florida,
Aets
of
1917,
vesting
title
to
certain
tidal
lands
in the
Trustees
of
the
Internal
l
illprove
mnent
Fulnd
of
the
State
of
Florida,
intlroduclee
h.-
Sellator
Singletary,
of
the
4th.
And-
Senate Bill
No.
35,
being
a
bill
to
be
entitledl
An
Aet
vesting
in
the
Trutstees
of
the Internlal
ILmprovemllent
Fu
nd
of
the
State
of
Florida
the
power
and
antlolrity
to
regulatle
and
control
the
filling
in
and
the placing
of
obstructions
in
the
navigable
watelrs
of
the
State;
and
vestilnr
in
tile
trustees the
power
and
anthority
to
establish
plel-leadl,
bullk-hlead
and
clockl
lines,
introdluced
by
Se'.ator-
Triirbull.
of
the
22nd.
Arc
now
pellnding
for
consideratioln
'?e
1
udiciallry
B
or
the
S-nat;
and,
Whereas, Companion
Bills,
known
as
IHouse
Bill
No.
179,
and House
Bill
No.
178,
introducedl
by
Replresentative
Weeks,
of
Holmes
County.
are
pending for
consideration
before
Jnudiciary
B
of
the
House;
and,
Wllereas, These
measures
are
of
State-wTide
intelrest
and
importance
and
should
have
full
and
free
discussion
and
consilelration
;
now,
therefore,
be
it
Resolved,
by
the
Senate,
the
House
of
Representatives,
concurring,
That
said
bills
be
considered
by
the
Judiciary
Committees
B,
by the
Senate and
I-Iouse
of
Relpresenta-
tive
s in
a
Joint
public hearing
to
be
held
in
the
Hall
of
the
house
of
Representatives
on
Welnesday
evening
at
8
o'clock,
Aprlil
22nd,
1925.
Whiceh
-was
readl
the
first
time.
176
Mir.
Turunull
moved
that
the
rules
be
waived
and
that
Senate Concurrent
Resolution
No.
7
be
read
the
second
time.
Which
was
agreed
to
by
a
two-thirds
vote.
And
Senate
Concurrent
Resolution
No.
7
wvas
read
the
second
time.
Mr.
Turnbull
moved
to
adopt
the
Resolution.
Which
was
agreed
to.
So
the
Resolution
was
adopted.
A
ud
the
shame
wxas
ordered to
be
certified
to
the
House
of
Representatives.
Mi'.
Mlalone
introduced-
Senate Bill
No.
125:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
An
Act
to
give
to
Common
Carriers
a
lien upon
goods
transported
by
them,
or
held
for
de-
livery
or
in
storage
on
demurrage
by
them;
and provid-
ing
for
the
enforcement
of
such
lien
by,
sale;
and
for the
sale
of
perishable
plroperty
and
live
stock
in
certain
cases;
and
repealing
Section
45313
of
the
Revised
General
Statutes
of
Florida
relating
to
demanid
for
freight,
when
prohibited.
Which
was
read
the
first
time
hr
its title
anid
referred
to
the
Committee
on
Judiciary
A.
ly-
permussion-
Mr.
Mlalone
introduced-
6enate
Bill
No.
126:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
An
Act to
fix
the
salaries
of
judges
of
the
criminal courts
of
record
in
certain
counties
in
the
State
of
Florida.
Which
was
read the
first
time
by
its
title.
Andi
the
lIll
was
placed
on
the
Calendar
of
Local
Bills
oi,i
he
Secomi
Reading
without
reference.
hii
niotion
of
Mr.
Watson,
the
rules
beiag
waived
by
a
two-dhirds
vote
Senate
bill
No. 104
was
ordered
to
be
placed
back
on its,
seond
readilug!]
1
for
the
purpose
of
ameilwndment.
The
hotur
of
one
0'clock
havinir
arrived,
t-'e
hour
pres-
cijlw
imd("'
the
rule
for
adjornMen01t
the
Senate
ad-
im
1
i}riied
until
11
o'clock
A.
M1.,
Thursday.
April
16,
A.
D.,
1025.
Thursday,
Aprili
R6,
1925
Tihe
sen
ale
Convefled
at
11
A\.
All..
puiirsnant
to
adijour-n-
'flie
Pyesident
iii
t
le
chairl.
Teiou
.(I
was
(diled
andt
the
foll
owIitig
Sen~atl
os
anlswere(d
to
their
iianlies:
AlI.
President S
~enators
Anderson.,
Butler,
Calkins,
Clarik.
Coc.,
(olsoii
Conie.
Ed-e.
Etheredge,
Gillis,
Hale,
ifijie~ley,
ifodges,
Kniotlt,
AlcDaniet,
Overstreet,
Phillips,
pultniam,
Row
e Russell,
Singletary.
Smitli, ,Swearingen,
,rax'ho,
T~puiuu
Kui
,
Ttimier.
Walker,
Watson,
Wicker-30-
A.
quormol"
mmpre-sent.
[Iiraver
br
Chaplainl.
Rleadling
of
time
.Jo'nial
was
dispensed
with.
T1hie
daily
~Jolitnal
o~f
April
15th
was
corrected
and,
as
cr
ieceteil,
waxs
app
rove(1.
The
Jou
1
rimal
of
the
Seniate
ofl
Friday,
April
10th,
wvas
commit'
ed
1)
w
tile
Senlate
as
follows:
Omil
page
two
(2)
inue
two
(2)
of
said
pag-e
to
read
immidlei
Se~nate
Resolution
No.
6''
instead
of
''under
Sen-
atje
Iomiuirvient
Rtesolutioni
No.
~3'
as
it appears
in
said
Journal
anid
as
corr-ected
was.,
approved.
REPORTS~
OF
COMMITTEES.
Senate
Chamber,
Tallahassee.
Florida,
April
15,
1925.
Iion.
John
S.
Taylor,
Pre.sidemit
of
the
Senate.
Your
Special
C
ommnittee,
apploilted
under
the
terms
of
Senate
Resolution
No.
26
of the
Semiate
of
1923,
to
report-
to
time
next
Leg-islainre
their
reconinendationis
asl
to
a.
'
Workniemi's Compensation
Act,"'
inl
a
dr-aft
of
such
a hiill
lieg,
leave
to
report.
that
I Ii
v
hiave
pl-ima
red
Vand
178
drafted
a
bill
in
accordance
with
the
said
resolution,
and
submit
the
same
hierewithl
with
the
reconmmendation
that
it
do
pass.
Respectfully
this
15th
day
of
April,
A.
D.
1925.
JOHN
M.
COE,
JAMES
E.
CALKINS,
W.
W.
PHILLIPS,
Comlmittee.
The
bill
referred
to
in
above
report
was
introduced
by
Messrs
Coe,
Calkins
and
Phillips,
and
was
numbered
Senate
Bill
No.
141.
Mr.
Phillips,
Chairman
of
the
Committ~ee
on
Engrossed
Bills,
submitted the
following
report:
Senate
Chamber,
Tallala."see
Fla.,
April
15,
192-5.
l-on1.
Johnit S.
Taylor,
President
of the
ASeflte.
Your
Committee
on
Enlgrossed
Bills,
to whom
was
re-
ferred
(with
amendments)
after
second,
reading-
Senate
Concurrent
Resolutio
n
No.
5:
A
Joint
Resolution
proposinig
the
rejection
by
the
Legis-
lature
of
the
State
of
Florida
of
the
proI0osedc
amendment
to
the
Constitution
of
the
United
States
provided for
by
House
Joint
Resolution
No.
184,
of
the
68th
Congress
of
the
United
States
conferriing
upon Congress
power
to
limit,
regulate and
prohibit
the
labor
of
persons
under
1.8
years
of
age.
I-Have
carefully
exanminied
the
samle,
and(
find
same
cot.-
reetly engrossed.
anad
retuin
same
herewith.
Very
respectfully,
W.
WT.
PHTILTPS.
C(hairman.
of
Committee.
And
Senate
(Coieurreniit
Resolution
No.
5,
contained[
iii
the
above
report,
was
certified
to
the
hloause
of
Represen-
tatives
nuder
the
rule.
Mr.
Knilghit,
Chairman
of
the
Comimmittee
onl
Pensions,
submitted
the
following
report:
179
Senrate
Chlamber,
Tallahassee,
Fia..
April
15,
1925.
Jlon.
John11
S.
Taylor,
resihlen
t
of
the
Senate.
Sir:
Your
Comninttel
e
on
Penisions,
to
whomn
was
referred-
Senate
Bill No.
96:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
An
Act
to
granlt
a
pension
of one
hulndred
dollaus
($100.0)
lIer
i)onh
to
Hlor.
W.
T.
Weeks, of
Starke
IBradford
Counnty.
Florida.
Have
had
the
sainun
mder
consideration
an l
r~e~ommend
that
it
do
pass,
with
the
followinig
Committee
amenidmelnt
Strike
the
figourcs
"100''
and
the
words
''One
H-unmdred'
-%hierever
eitlier
or
both
appear
in
the
title
anrd
the
body
cf
the
bill,
and
insert
in
lien
thereof
the
followhing :
"ThlIe
figures
''500''
or- the
word
''Fifty''
therefor.
Very
reslpectfnhly,
D.
E.
KNIGHT.
c'hairmann
of
('op''
itt)·e.
And
Senate
Bill
No.
¶93
I-ret
her
with
tile
C 'ommittee
a
newndjent,
cojit0aiied
ini
tfle
allove
relort,
wvas
;rwcl
on
tie
Calenidar of
Bills
on
second
reading.
Mr.
Knight.
Chairman
of
the
Committee
on
Pensions,
slitimitted
tile
followillng
report
Senate
Chiamber,
Tallahiassee,
Fla.,
April
15,
1925.
ilou,.
John
S.
Taylor,
Prcsident
of
tihe
Senate.
Yoiir
Coin
teiieitte
on
Pensions,
to
whom
was
referred-
Senalte
Bill
No.
110
A
hill
to
hle
entitled
Anl
Act
granting
pension
to
Daniel
Jr.
Mabtthiews
of
Okaloosa
Coumty,
Florida.
I
lare
had1l
tle
same
unlder
consiideration,
amd
recommend
thal
it
do
not
pass.
Very
respectfully,
D.
B.
KNIGHT,
Chiairmnan
of
Committee.
And([
Sniiate
Bill
No. 110,
contained
in the
above
report,
was Ildaeed
oil
the
table
lunder
thfe
1n1ile.
180
IMr.
Knighlt,
Chailrman
of
the
Comlmlittee
on
Pensions,
submitted
the
following
report:
Senate Chamber,
Tallalassee, Florida,
Aplril
15,
1925.
Ilone.
John
S.
Taylor,
Precsidelt
of
the
Seniate.
'Your
Coimnittee
on
P'ensions,
to
wlholll
was
refelrred-
Senate Bill
No.
107:
A
bill
to be
entitled
All
Acet
to
place
the
name
of
Dock
Kemip
Williams
on
pension
roll
of
the
State
of
lFlorida.
IIave
had
the
same
undlcler
considelration,
and
recommend
that
it
do
pass.
Very
respectfully,
D.
E.
KNIGHT,
Chailrman
of
Committee.
Ancl
Senate
Bill
No.
107,
contained
in
the
above
relport,
Was
placed
on
the
Calenldar
of
Bills
on
Second
RPeadig.
IMr.
Walker,
Chairman
of
the
Comlmittee
on
Claims,
snb-
mitted
the
following
report:
Senate
Chamber,
Tallahassee,
Fla., April
16,
1925.
Tlon.
John
S.
Taylor,
Presidelt
of
the
Senate.
Your
Committee
on
Claims,
to
whom
was
referred-
Senate
Bill
No.
42:
A
bill to
be
entitled
An Act
to
provide
for
the
payment
of
the
expenses
of
the
members
of
the
Florida
State
Canal
(Comlllmissioln
for
seclrtill
tihe
constlructionl
of
the
Atlantie
Gulf
and
Mississippi
Canal,
created
by
Chapter
8578,
Laws
of
Florida,
Acts
of
1921,
in
the
performance
of
their
duties
unler
said
Act.
IIa.ve
ha.d
tihe
same
umder
consideration, and
recommend
that
it
do
pass.
Very
respectfully,
IH.
N.
WALKER,
Chairman
of
Committee.
181
And
Scnate
Bill
No.
42,
contained
iii
the
above
report,
was
placed
on
the
Calendar
of
Bills
on
Second
Reading.
Mijr
Swearing-eni,
Chiairmani
of
the
Conmnittee
on
Judi-
uiflI.\
It
suhbmitted
the
tollowing
report.
Senate
Chiamber.
Tallaliassee,
Florida,
April
15,
1925.
lon.
Jolt)?,
S.
Taylor,
Pypesidelt
of
the
Senate.
YouI·
iCommittee
o
Judicinary
B,
to
wvioun
was
refer-
ircd-
Senate
Bill
No.
3:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
An
Act
to
repeal
Clhapter
9291
of
the
Acts
of
the
Legislature
of
1923
creating
a
Live
Stock
Sanitary
Board,
prescribing
its
duties
and
lpowrers;
the
qualifications
of
its
members,
their
compansation
and
term,
of
office,
providing
for
their
giving
a
bond;
the
cii-
ployment
of
a
State
Veteriniarian,
prescribing
hiis
duties,
term
of
office,
compensation
and
bond;
providing
for
the
division
of
the
State
into
quaraiitine
areas
anid
zones
anti
prescribinjg
the
method
ant
system
of
tick
eradication
work
in
Florida-;
the
notices
to
be
giren
by
the
Board,
the
method
and
manner
of
conducting
tick
eradication
*vwork;
designating
-where
the
same
shall
be
begun
;
defin-
ilig
the
word' "cattle"
and
providing
for
the
payment
of
the
cost
anti
explense
of
carrying
on
such
tick eradication
work
;
providing
for the
levying
of
a
tax
to
provide
funds
for
such
work;
prescribintg
the
method
of
enforcement
of
such
work
anid
the
sale of
cattle
thereunder;
prescribinlg
the
dutities
and
compensatioii
of
sheriffs
by
this
Act
;
pIo-
vidiNg
for
the
disbursement
of
funds
arising
fromn
sale
of
calttle
under
this
Act
anti
paymemit
to
the
owner
of
ccv-
tain
proceeds
of
such
sales
and
providing
w7hen
the
Act
Shoult
becomte
effective,"'
iiitroduced
by
Mr.
Hodges
of
the
EighJth
District.
Have
had
the
samle
under
consiteration,
and
beg
to
re-
port
it
withiout
recommendation.
Very
respectfully,
JOHN
J.
SWEARINGEN,
Chairman
of
Commitftee.
182
And
Senate
Bill
No.
"3,
contained
iii
the
above
report,
wvas
placed
on
the
Calendar
of
Bills
on
Second
readi-g.
MNlr.
Swearingen.
(Cairmanl.
or
th1e
('o0m
ittee
Oil
01
di-
cmia
yi,
submitted
the
following
1701ort
Senate·
Chamber.
Trallahassee,
FILa.,
April
15,
1925.
110)1.
John
S.
Taylor,
Presides
t
of
the
&e
note.
Sir:
YOLLr
Colnlittee
01
J1Ildicmala
B.
to
wlom
wais
referred-
Senate
13ill
No.
9:
A\
bill
to
be
entitled
An
Act
to
levv
a
tax
on
dealers
in
cigarettes
at
retail,
provide
for
collection
of
tax,
use
of
stamps
as
evidence
of
Payment,
prescribe
a
penalty
for
violation
of
the
Act
or
counterfeiting
of
stamps.
prescribe
jules,;
of
evidence
for
the
trial
of
p0sons
1
violatinig
the
A~ct
to
appropriation
funds
raised
into
the
general
revenue
of
Florida.
Have
had
the
same
tllder
consideration,
and
recommend
that
it
do
not pass.
Very
respectfully,
JOH-IN
J.
SWE
ARINGEN.
Chairman
of
Committee.
And
Senate
Bill
No.
9.
contained
in
the
above
report.
was
placedl
on
the
table under
the
rule.
Mr.
Sweaaringen.
Chairman
of
the
Cominmittee
on
Judi-
ciarv
B.
subhmitte(d
the
following
report:
Senate
Chamber.
Tallahassee.
lila.. April
15.
1925.
Tb
oi.
Jobi
n
8.Tl!17ol.
Pirsidejit
of
1he
Seatlle.
S'ir:
Your1.
C'omm11itt1ee
onl
Juldiciarv
I",
to
whom
was
referred--
Seinate
Bill
No.
25'
183
A
bill
to
be
entitledl
An
Acet
to
autlhorize
thle
Truitees
of
the
Internal
Improvement
Fund
of
Florida
to
sell
tlhe
moss
from
anuy
lands
belonging
to
the
State
of
l!'Iorida,
in-
elulding
sovereignty
lands,
and
providing
that
the
l)'O-
ceecls
f0rol1
sucll
sales
be
paic
into
the
State
School
Fun'l.
lHave
hadl
the
same
u-nder
consideration,
and
reconmmel
d
tllhat
it
(lo
p)ass.
Arery
respectfully,
JOHIN
J.
s8WEAtIN\GENN.
Chairman
of
C'ommittee.
And
Senate
:ill
No.
25,
contained
in
thle
above
report,
was
placedl
on
the
Calendlar
of
Bills
on
seeondl
reading.
Mlr.
(Ilalk, Chairman
of
the
Commuitlee
on
Jidieiar
(C,
slublmitted
the
followingi
report:
Sente
(i
l
Chamlbelr.
Tallahassee,
Florida,
Aprl
16,
1925.
lioi.
Jolh,
S.
Taylo,,
Pr)e.side71
of
the
Sentate.
Sir:
Your
Colmmittee
on
Jutdieialrv
C
to
whlom
was
Ireferrle(l-
Senal.te
Bill
No.
45:
A
bill to
be
entitled
An Act
to
iolguate
solicitors in
Taylor
Countyt.
HIave
hadl
the
samie
tilder
consideration,
and
recom-
mend
that
it
do
pass.
Very
respectfully,
Wi.
W.
CLARK.
Chairman
of
Committee.
Andl
Senate
Bill
No.
45.
contained
in
the
above
report
was
placedl
on
tlhe
C'alendar
of
Bills
on
Second
Reading.
LMr.
Clark,
Chairman
of
the
Committee
on
Judiciary
('C
submittedl
the
following
report:
Senate
Chambelr.
Tallalhassee,
Flolida.
Apr1il
16,
1925.
Ilol.
Jolhn
S.
'Taylor,
Presidenlt
of
tIhe
Seate.
Sir:
Yronr
Commllittee
on
JudiciarIy
C.
to
whllom
was
refelrred--
Senate
IBill
No.
i70:
A
bill
to
1be
entitled
An
Act
relating
to
husband
and
wif-
.4-
184
and
their
right-s,
obligations
and
property,
the
wages and
earnings
of
mnarried
womeen,
the
domicile
of
mlarried
women,
the
homestead
and
the
homie
and
prohibiting
the
devise
of
either
and
the
alienation
of
either
except
by
joint
conlsent
of
husband
and
wife,
and
to
estates
by
entirety;
to remove
the
disabilities
of
coverture
and
iuinority
;
to
fix
the
rights
of
husband
and
wife
in
tie
property
of
tile
other
on
thle
death
of
either
to
antho}ize
either
spouse
to
function
as
the
agent
of
the
other;
and
to
repeal
Sectionis
3801,
3802,
380:3,
3804,
3805, 3806,
3807, 3808, 3809,
3810,
3811, 3812,
3813,
3814,
3948,
3949
and
39,53
of
the
Revised
Genieral
Statutes
of
Florida,
relatinlg
to
conveyances, sales,
mrortgalges,
re-
linquishmnient
of
dower,
separate
acknowledgements,
coti-
tracts,
covenants,
powvers
of
attorney,
and
specific
perform-
alice
of
contracts,
of
married
-womien,
and
the
custody and
management
of
their
property, and
all oilier
laws
in
coil-
tlict
withl
the
provisjions
of
this
Act.
I-lave
adtil
he
same
under
consideratioiio
and
beg
to
re-
p)ort
same
witlhout
reconlnnedation.i
A'erv
respectfully,
W.
NV.
C(LARK,
Chairman
of
Conunittee.
And
Senate
Bill
No.
70.
contained
in
tile
above
report,
was
ilaeed
on
the
Calenda,
r
of
Bills
on
Second
Reading.
Mr.
Clark,
Chairman
of
tie
Committee
onl
Judiciarv
C,
submittedf
tie
following
report:
Senate
Chamber,
Tallahassee,
Pla.,
April
16,
1925.
lieul.
Joiln
S.
Taylor,,
President
of
thie
Sewae.
Si,':
Your
('0oalulittee
onl1
Judicial'
v
C,
to
whomn
was
referred-
Senate
lal
No.
33:
A
bill
to
lie
eltifloll
itl
'An
et
alth1Orizin
tile
appoinitment
of
iwo
sets
of
clerksr
land
tispectoris
and
fl
ie
furnish
jug.I
of
two
ballot
b)oxecs
in
certain
election
precincts
at
all
elections,
pi'ser·~ilmt
f
tile
manneer
of
such)
appoinltment,,
the
duties
of
sue],I
clerks
ciid
in1sp~ctors
and
tile
use of
suet
ballot
b)oxes.
185
Ihave
h1ad
t
he
same
under
consideration,
and
recommend
thailt
it
(10
Ilot
pass.
Very
respectfully,
W.
W.
CLARK,
Chairman
of
Committee.
Awl
Senate
Bill
No.
33,
contained in
the
above
report,
placedl
onbe
fable
under
the
rule.
mr. Clark,
Chairman
of
the
Committee
on
Judieiary
C,
submitted
the
followning
report:
Senate
Chamber,
Tallahassee,
Fla.,
April
16,
1925.
lion.
John
6.
Taylor,
Pr1csji;:
of
thof eC
Sen0te.
Youir
Comimittee
oin
JIniciarv
C(.
to
whom
was
referred--
SXenate
Bill
No.
31:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
An
Act
providing
for
the
drawing,
summoning
and
impaeieling
of
juries
for
the
courts
of
the
County
Judges
of
the
severaf
Counties
of
the
State
of
Florida
having
no
county
cour~t,
criminal
court
or
court
of
record,
and
prescribing
the
manner
of
securing
jurors
to
make
up
any
deficiency
thiereof
in
the
trial
of
any
cause
in
such
courts.
Have
had
the
same
under
consideration,
and
recommend
thllat
it
(10
pass.
Very
respectfully,
W. W.
CLARK,
Chairman
of
Committee.
And
Senate
Bill
No.
31,
contained
in
the
above
report,
was
placcd
on
the
Calendlar
of
l3ills
on
Seomini
Reading.
Mr.
Clark.
(ICairman
of
the
Committee on
Judiciary
.
suhmitteed
thle
following
report:
186
Senate
Chamber,
rallaliassee,
Florida,
April
1G6,
1925.
IHoll.
Jo7hn
S.
Taylor,
Presidenit
of
the
Selate.
Sir:
Your
Commllittee
oln
Jiciary
C,
to
whom
was
referred---
Senate
Bill
No.
32:
A
bill
to
be entitlecd
An
Act
Establishing
a
Spring
Term
of
the
First
Judicial
Circuit
Court
of
this
State
for
Santa
Rosa
County aud
prescribing
the
time
aid
place
for
hold-
ing
the.same.
I[ave
bad
the
samle
wiuler collnsidelration,
anl
reeoiumenl
that
it
do
pass.
Very respectfully,
Mr.
Wv.
(CLARK.
(Chairilan
of
Comnimittee.
An(l
Senate
li]l
No.
32,
contained
in
the
above
report,
was
placed
ol
thle
C'alenliar
of
Bills
on
Second
Readinig.
Mr.
Kiniglht.
Clllhairmanllllil
of
thile
(.'ommllittee
onl
Pensions
subliittedl
the
follow-ig rel)ort:
Senate
Chamber,
Tallabassee.
Florida,
Aprlil
16.
1925.
7lon.
John0
St.
Tayllor,
Piesidifnt
of'
the
Senate.
Pii:
Your
Committee
oI
P'ensions.
to
wholm
was
refelrred-
Senate
Bill
No.
101:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
An
Act
to
require
the
State
Board
of
'ellsions
of
tIe
State
of
Florida,
to
increase
the
pen-
simoi
of
Sarah
Franklin,
of
l-erinando
County,
State
of
Flolrida.
froml
Twenlty-five
($25.00)
Dollars to
Fifty
(*50.00)
Dollars
per
mointb.
ILHave
hlad
tihe
same
uldelr consideration,
andl
receommend
tlalt
it
(0lo
pass.
Very
respectfully,
D.
E.
IKNIGHT.
Chairman
of
Committee.
And
Senate Bill
No.
101,
contained
in
the
above
report,
wa.s
placed
on
the
(Calendar
of
Bills
on
Second
Reading.
187
All
ijf',ititilol
fronot
(lovernor
and
Mils.
Joh
llll
.
Nlartill
to
tile
Sellate
allnd
Iouse
of
Representatives
and
friends
to
tle
Goverllor
s
Receptiol
on Thlursday,
April
23rd,
froal
eight
to
ten-tllirty
P.
Al.,
wvas
received,
read and
ac-
cepted.
J!y
unlalnimous
consenlt
Nit.
Etheredge
withdrewz
Sellate
Bill
No.
10.
1lhe
followillg
teleglraml
anlll
coullllnlicatioll
was
re-
ceived(l,
rea(
llnl
or(ler-ed
to
h1e
spreald
upon
tile
.1
oluinal
Clearwater,
I'la.,
Aprllil
1G6.
11!25.
lion).
Johnllll
S.
Taylor,
T'ra.llab;ssee.
F'lolridla.
Tlhis
is
to
esplress
my
unqua;lified
relquest
that
youl
have
our
P'etitionl
colcellrlndg
extension
lalrgo
fTo'n
limits
rea
d
int.lo
Jollnals
of
Senate.
;.
KiLGORE.
To
the
lonor1ablle
lPresident
of
the
Senate,
Speaker
of
the
Hlouse
of
Replresentactives
aand
to
Each
Senator andi
Memlberl
of
the
Hlouse
of
Replesentatives,
State
of
Flor-
i(la,
Tallahassee,
Florida
:
We,
tile
undersigned
citizens
and resicents
of
that
por-
tion
of
Pinellas
County,
Florida,
proposed
to
be
annexed
to
the
Town
of
Largo,
having
been
acdvisedl
that
it
is
pro-
posed to
introdluce
a
bill
into the Senate
and
IHIouse
of
Rep-
lesentatives
at
the
present
session
to
grant
a
charter
to
the
Towvn
of
Largo
providing
in
said
charter for
the
extension
of
the
present
town
limits
of
the
Town
of
Largo,
to
cover
an
area
of
approximaltely
eight
(8)
times
the
present
area
of
said
town
and
extencling
in
one
direction
approximately
four
(4)
miles
from
the
present
town
limits
of
said
Town
of
Largo.
WVe
desire
to
call
yonr
attention
to
the
fact
that
a,
spe-
cial
election
was
held,
pnrsuant
to
a
call
issued
by
the
Tovwn
of
TLargo,
on
the
10th
day
of March,
A.
D.
1925,
to
authorize
the
said town
to
extend
its
corporate limits
over
practically
the
same
territory
which
it
is
proposed
to
in-
corporate
in
the
territorial
limits
described
in
the
bill
granting the
newv
charter
to
said
Town
of
ILargo;
at
said
election
twenty-eight
(28)
of
the
voters
residing
in
the
territor- outside
of
said
town
limits
voted
in
favor
of
an-
188
nexation,
and
twenty-three
(23)
voted
against
annexa-
tion.
At
saidl
election
thirty-three
(33)
qualified
electors
residing in
said
territory,
all
of
whom
would
have
voted
against
the
annexation
of
said
territory,
were
denied
the
right
to
vote
in
said
election.
Under
the law
of
the
State
of
Florida
providing
for
the
extension
of
territorial
limits
of
town
and
cities
it
is
nec-
essary
to
carry
the
election
in
the
territory
affected
by
a
two-thirds
majority.
If
all
of
the
qualified
voters
residing
in
said
district
had
been
permitted
to
vote tile
election
would
have
carried
two-thirds against
annexation.
The
town,
having
failed
to
carry
the
election
by the
necessary
two-thirds
vote,
are
now
attempting
to
incorporate
the
ter-
ritory
in
the
town
limits
by
legislative
enactment
against
the
expressed
will
of
the
people
residing
in
said
territory.
We
desire
to call
y-our
attention
to
the
fact
that
no
notice
has
been
published,
as
required
by
law,
that
application
would
he
made
to
the
Legislature
for
the
passage
of
any
bill
amendingp
or
grantilng
a
new
charter
to
the
Town
of
Largo,
or
for the
exiension
of
the
city
limits
thereof.
We,
therefore,
pietition
your
honorable
body
to
refuse
to
enact
the
proposed
bill
into
law.
TIesjectfullY
submitted,
ILinnie
Laurence,
S.
Horace
Kilgore,
E.
B.
Barrow,
Lois
Trotter,
G>.
W.
Tucker,
Lola
Barrow,
Guthrie
Trotter,
Martha
A.
Kilgore,
P.
H1.
Fuller,
Ruth
I.
Fuller,
R.
Kil-
g-ore,
S.
H-I.
Kilgore,
J.
W
Trotter,
Rosa
Trotter,
Verleta
Trotter
lJas.
A.
Sheldon,
Carrie
E.
Sheldon,
Rufus
Rath-
barn,
B.
F.
Thorpe,
M1.
Alice
Thoipe,
Mrs.
R.
C.
Fails,
Mrs.
Mar-
TLe,
V. T.
Hendricks
L
I.
J.Hendricks,
C.
E.
Rob-
erts,
Mrs.
C.
E.
Roberts,
Leonaud
Ivilgore,
W.
D.
Fillmon,
Josephine
Filimon,
Joe
Fillmonl
W.
M.
Williams,
G.
II.
MIlanton.
Ornay
PWaintoni,
P.
J.
Fitch,
Margaret P. Fitch,
];.
J1.
Dewar,
Catharine
Dewar,
Jno. E.
Laurence,
T.
S.
Sullivan,
Rachel
L
Sullivan,
J. J.
Cheatham,
P.
J. Cheat-
fiam.
AV.
F.
Neale,
Ainanda
IMearee,
John
B.
Walsinjghan.
IL.
II.
Walsin~gham,
Gladys
Walsinghain.
State
of
Florida,
Countxt
of
Pinellas-as.
Before
me,
the undersigned
authority,
personally
ap-
peared Horton
Belcher,
Theodore
Kamenshy
and
Barnard
Gilgore,
each
of
whom
first
being
severally
duly
swvorn,
on
oath
state:
That
they
hare
read
the
foregoing
petition
and
know
of
their
Own-11
Iknow-ledIxe
that
the
facts
therein
L ~~~ .--
189
stated
to
be
true,
are
true
;
and
that
the
matters
and
tlijugs
therein
alleged
upon
information
and
belief,
they
verily
believe
to
be
true.
HORTON
BELOHIER,
THEOIDORE
KAMENSIY,
BARNARD
KILGORE.
Swsorn
to
wiiid
5t11)scribed
before
me,
this
the 11th
day
of
April,
A.
-.
1925.
(SEAL) E.
F.
WETROVER,
Notary
Public
State
of
Florida
at
Large.
Mvr
commission
e-xpires
April
27,
1927.
DIi..
Calkins
moved
to
waive
the
rules
awl
that
the
order
made
on
yesterday
to
have
500
copies
of
Bill
No.
123
be
re-
considered.
Which
was
agreed
to
by
a
two-thirds
vote.
rTh-o
Senate
reconsidered
its
action.
Mr.
Hodges
moveil
that
200
copies
of
Senate
13ill
No.
123
be
printed.
Which
N-was
not
agroeed
to.
By
MIr.
Clark-
Senate
*Joint
Rwesolutionl
No.
117
A.
Joint
Resolution
proposing
an amendment
to
See-
tion
17
of
the
iDcclaration
of
Rights
of
the
Constitution
of
thre
Sttate
of
Floridla.
relating
to
thle
passage
of
certain
laws.
Withich
was
read
thre
first
time
by
its
title
and
ifFclred
to
thle
(1
o
mittce
on
Constitutional
Amendments
Br
-Mr.
ClJark-
Senate
.Joint
Resoluttion
No.
119:
A
Joint
Reesolution
proposing
an
amendmient to
Section
1
or
ANrticle
X
of
tile
Con)stitution
of
the
State
of
Florida,
relatiing
to
Ilomestead
and
Exemptions.
Which
was
read
the
first
time
hr
its
title
and
referred
to
tlhe
(Comnmittee
on
Constitutional
Amendments.
By
Mr.
Clark
(By
Request)-
Senate
Bill
No.
127:
A
bill
to
he
entitled An
Act
presqribing
the
compensa-
tim,
of
.Jurors
in
the
Courts
of
the
County Judges
of
the several
Counties
of
this
State.
W
1
{hich
was
read
the first time
by
its
title
and
referred
to
thle
Committee
on
Judiciary
C.
190
Br
Mr.
Clark-
Senate
Joillt
Resolutionl
No.
1'28:
A
joint
resolutioln
proposing
an
amelndmlellt
to
the
Declaration
of
Rights
of
thile
Constitutioll
of
the
State
of
Florida,
aind
providing
equal
i'ilts
for
nien
ami(
women.
Whichll
was
read
the
filrst
time
by-
its
title
and
referred
to
the
Committee
ol
C'ollstitutional1
Amellndl
ents.
By
Mr.
Clark-
Senate
Bill
No.
129:
A
bill
to
be
enltitled
An
Act
prohibiting
ainy
court
from
requiring
the
memlbers
of
any
petit,
or
tlrial,
jury
impan
elecl
and
swvorn
to
try
al)ny
cause
inl
ally
colllrt
of
tis
State
to
remain
together,
except
cluring
thle
sessiolls
of
stuch
court;
permlittillg
snelh
jurors
to
separate
at
thle
conclu-
sion
of
each
session
of
such
court,
and making
a
violation
of
this
Act
by
anly
court
a
glound
for
new
trial
or
re-
versal.
Which
w-as
read
the
first
time
by
its
title
and referred
to
the
Committee
oil
Judicialry
C.
Br
Mr.
C'larlk-
Senate
Bill
No.
130:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
Anll
Act
to
create
a
reserv-ation
or
sanctuary
for
wild
game
birds
and
ialllnals
ill
Santa
Rosa,
Olaloosa
andlll
Waltoll
Counties,
in
the
State
of
Floricla.
Which
wRas
read the
first
time
by
its
title
and
referred
to
the Connltittee
onil
fish
and
game.
By
Messrs.
('lalrk,
Coe
and
Gillis-
Senate
Bill
No.
131:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
Aln
Act
to
protect
anlld
r
egulate
the
fishing
industlry
inl
the
salt
waters
of
Escalllbia,
Santa
Rosa,
Olkaloosa
and
Walton
(Counties,
in
the State
of
Florida.
Which
was
read
the
filrst
time
by
its
title
and
referred
to
the
Conmlllittee
on
Fish
and
Game.
By
Mr.
Smitll-
Senate
Bill
No.
132:
A
bill
to
be
entitledl
An
Act prescribing the
maximtum
conllpensatioll
of
(outlly
(C'omnissiolnels
in
('ounlties
hav-
ing
a
population
of
less
than
ten
thousand.
Whichll
was
read
tie
first
time
bh
its
title
amid
reflerred
to
the
Commllittee
on
Ju(lieialrv
A.
191
By
Air.
Ivuight-
senate
Jill
No.
133
A
bill
to
be
entitled
Aii
Act
fixina
compensation
of
County
Judges
wlhen
aeting
aS
Coroners.
Whtich
wxas
read
thje
first
tinie
hr
its
title
and
referred
to
the
Committee
oiu
Judiciavv
B.
By
Mr.
Russell-
Senate
1Bill
No.
1034:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
A\n
Act
providing
that
the
Toown
of
Interlaclien,
Putnam
C
ouint
Florida,
be
authorized
to
levy
taxes
Illlually.
fo
Illullicliral
purposes,
upon
all
real
-Illd
pecrlsonlal
property
in
said
Town,
not
exempt
from
tax-
ationi
by
the
Coonstitution
of
the
State
of
Florida,
upon the
)rijlieipleS
established
for
State
taxation
;
providing:
the
loaxilllnl
I~pet
enltum
of
such levy
;
providing
that
such
levy
shall
be
Loniformi
tq0on
the
s;Bame
classes
of
property
;
alnd
pl.oviiing
that
all
property
in
such
Town
shall
be
assessed
at
its
full
cashs
value
as
fixed
by
said
Town,
and
providing
that
said(l
Townl
1be
authorized
to
make
its
own
assessmuents
011(1
Place
its
own
valuation
upon
said
property,
for
the
purpl-ose
of assessment
and
taxation, independent
of
anyi
lim
itation
placedl
thereoni
by
State
laws.
Whichli
was
read
the
first
time by
its
title.
Anti
the
hill
was
,placed
on
the Calendar
of
Local
Bills
on
thle
Second
Reading
without
reference.
Br
Mr.
Ph1ilips--
Senate
Bill
No.
135:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
An
Act
to
amend
Sections
213. 2124.
2125,
2126,
21831,
2142, 2147, 2152
ail
5641
of
the
Re
vised
General
Statutes
of
Florida
relating
to
the
powers
anti
duties
of
the
Hotel
Commissioner.
Which
was
read
the first
time
hb
its
title
andl
referred
to
the
Committee
on
Judiciary
1B.
By
Mr.
Colson-
Senate
Bill
No.
136:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
Ani
Act
levying an Occupation
Tax
upon
the
right
and
privilege
of
producing
phosphate,
clay.
sand
gravel.
shell,
rock,
brick,
pottery,
petroleum,
or
any
Ininerals.
for
commercial
purposes,
in
this
State
by
taking
fromu
the
earth
;
defining the
words
''Person''
and
''Mar-
ket
Value'';
levying
such]
tax
against
those
engaged
in
suchi
production
;
requiring
reports
to
be
made
in
order
192
to
ascerltain
the aluount
of
said
tas
dlue
the
State;
ple
scribing
pellnalties
for
failulre
to
eomply
wvith
the
Act
re-
quiring
repolrts to
be
made
and
requiring
said
tax
to
be
paicl
within
a
certain
time;
making
necessary
provision
for
carrying
into
effect
the
Act and
accomplishing
its
pllr-
pose,
andl
alppropriating
the
funds
arising
frolm
the
pro-
visions
of
this Act.
Wllichll
was
readl
thle
first time
by
its
title
anmd
refelr'e
1?
to
the
Commlittee
on
EduLcation.
By
Mr.
Russell-
Senate Bill
No.
137:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
An
Act
to amiend(l
Sections
60.
73,
75,
102
and
114 of
Chapter
9875,
TLaws
of
Florida,
Acts
of
1923.
apploveld
May
7,
1923,
being
"An
Act
to
Abolish
the
Present
Mlunicipal
Goverrnment
of
the
City
of
Palatka
in
the
Cloulnty
of
Putnam,
in
the State
of
Florida,
ant
to
Create,
Establishl
alnd
Organize
a
Municipality-
in
the
Count-
of
Putnam,
State
of
Flolrida,
to
be
known
and
(lesignated
as
tlhe
(City
of
P'alatka,
and
to
Define
its
Ter-
ritorianl
Boundaries,
and
to
provide
for
its
Government,
Jurlisdictiol,
Powersls.
Franchllises
and
P'rivileges."
Whichl
w-as
readl
thle
first
time
by
its
title.
And the
bill
was
placed
on
the
Calendalr
of
Local
Bills
on thle
Second
Reading
w-itlhout
reference.
By
Mr.
C'oe
(13y
Request)-
Senate
Bill
No.
138:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
An
Act
to
alnelllnd
Section
2812
of
the
Revised
General
Statutes
of
Florida,
entitlei
"Harm-
less
Error."
WVich
was
read
thle
first
time
by
its title
and
referred
to
tllhe
Commlittee
on
Judiciary
A.
By
Mr.
Coe-
Senate
Bill
N\To.
139:
A bill
to
be
entitled
An
Act
rel]atinlg
to
the
Practice
of
Law
in
this
State;
to
define
the
practice
of
law;
to
prohibit
the
practice
of
law
without
a
license
therefor;
to
provide
for
the
appearance
of
foreign
attorneys
in
the
Conurts
of
this
State
without
license
in
certain
cases;
to
provide
penalties
folr
the
violation
of
this
Act.
Which
wvas
read the
first
time
by
its
title
and
referrlled
to
the
Committee
on
Judiciary
A.
193
By
Mr.
Swearin-en-
Senate
Bill
No.
140:
A
bill
to
be
entitled
An
Act
Granting
a
Pension
to
Eliza-
leth
M.
Wer.
Which
was
read
the
first
time
hrv
its
title
aind
referred
to
the
Committee
on
Pensionls.
B3y
(!ommittee-
Senate
Bill
No.
141-
A
bill.
to
be
entitled
An
A-ct
to
establish
an
option
systemn
of
Workmen's Compensation
in
the
State
of
Floridla,
to
provide
for
the
amomnt
I
hereof
and
the
manner
of
exer-
cising
such
option;
to
fix the
rules
of
liability
for
persons
and
corporations
refusing
to
accept
such
option;
to
provide
for
the
collection,
of
such
compensation
by
legal
process
or
otherwvise;
and
to
define
and
provide
for
the
punishmnenit
of
certain
offenses
committed
in
the
enforcement
or
at-
tempted
enforcement
of
the
provisions
of
this
Act.
Which
was
read
the
first
time
hv
its
title
aad
referred
to
tile
Committee
on
Organized
Labor.
By Mr.
Knight-
Senate
Bill
No. 142:
A
bill to
be
entitled
An
Act
to
provide for
the
inv-estiga-
tion.
of
means
for
thje
control
anld
prevention
of
diseases
of
strawberry
plants, and
the perfecting
of
cxisting
nwais
eand
development
of
more
perfect
methods
of
prevention
and
control
of
diseases
and
insect
or
fungous
enemies
injuries
to
tihe
strawberry
plant,
and providing
an
appropriation
to
he
used
by
the
State
Plant
Bdard
in
carrying
out
the
Ilcovisions
of
this
Act
ani
of
Chapter
6885,
Laws,
of
Flor-
ida.
Which was
read
the
first
time
1w7-
its
title
and
referred
to
the
Committee on
Judiciary
C.
Mr.
Knigltt
in
the
chfair.
Bly
Mr.
Tavlor.
of
11th-
Senate
Bill
No.
143
:
A
bill.
to
be
entitled
An
Act
to
abolish
the Municipality
known
as
the
To-wn
of
Largo
in
Pinellas
County,
Florida
to
create
and
establish
a.
Municipality
to
he
known
as
the
C(it'y
of
Large
ii
Pinellas
County,
Florida
;
to
legalize
and
validate
the
Ordinances
of
said
Town
of
Lar-go
amd
Official.
Acts
theremider,
ant
to
adopt
the
same
as
the
7-s.
I,.