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INDIANAPOLIS:
PRINTED BY W. H. DRAPIER, TILFORD'S BLOCK

1869

2ND SET

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GENERAL INDEX.

348 ......349

Consideration 98.

General 101, 107, 110, 113.
Action, right of 109.
Advertisements, legal, in newspapers 209.

Specific, for the extra session 203.
Acts, Titles of-passed during the special ses-

Specific, in the Senate 205–207.

Specific passed the Senate 214. sion, 249–256. Amendment proposed to the Constitution of

Specific, House concurred in the Senate a

mendments 239.
the United States. (See Fifteenth Amend-
ment.)

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Agricultural College—consideration in the
Senate 76, 347–365.

Baker-Cumback correspondence
In the House 329–346.

For expunging resolutions 99, 114, 308-315. Proposition for its location by J. Purdue 76.

Benevolent institutions 81, 161. Ballot for the location 126.

Bills of exceptions 120.

Blackfords reports 68, 108.
Mehary proposition 128.
Propositions, report and debate 137.

Bastardy, prosecutions in 149.
Located in Senate 153–156.

Brevier Legislative Reports 81.
Remarks by

Bills passed into acts-a list of 249–256.
Mr. Osborn.......................... 141-144

Bounty fund 114.

Ballot for Speaker 40.
Mr. Morgan ........................ 347, 348
Mr. Gray..........

Ballot for the location of the Purdue Unever-
Mr. Cravens..........

sity 126. Mr. Stein ......... 349, 352, 355, 361-264 Bonds, old internal improvement bonds 126. Mr. Hanna.....

Boards of equalization 201.

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Mr. Robinson of Madison........350-352

02950 Burton will case 188–190.
Mr. Rice......... .................

..352-354

Remarks by
Mr. Bellamy ......................

.354, 355

Mr. Pierce of Vigo............ .188 Mr. Cavin ........................

.355–358

Mr. Johnston of Parke..................189 Mr. Turner ................... .358-360

Mr. Coffroth....

189 Mr. Hamilton .......................360, 365

Mr. Welborn....

189 Mr. Buskirk............ 329–333, 343-345

Mr. Osborn.........

190 Mr. Stanton.....

:336–338

The bill [S. 255 identical with House bill Mr. Breckinridge...... .338, 339

235] passed 201.
Mr. McFadin................. 339, 340, 341 |

Burial places 193.
Mr. Cory.

Bridges-county line 219.
.............342

Branch turnpike roads 218.
Mr. Neff..............................342, 343
Mr. Green ..........

Branch railroads 219.
Agricultural, State Board of 139.
Agricultural reports—appropriation 90. City school houses 99.
Appropriation for the supreme court buildings Committees-standing of the Senate, no change
203.

of appointments from the regular session. Appropriation Billsammans

Standing, of the House of Representatives Resolution concerning the general 50.

44, 46, 55, 64, 80. Specific 80, 177.

Standing of the Senate 69, 70. General,consideration in the Senate 83,91,92 Joint standing 80.

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Resolution to postpone 187.

Resolution to further postpone in the House Chapman liquor bill-passage in the House of

of Representatives 201. Representatives 173.

Motion to take up 209. Failed in the Senate 396.

Motion to take it up in the Senate 221. Court system 139.

Senate joint resolution accepting and ratifyCounty asylums 208.

ing the 224. County seats-relocation 118, 185.

Senate vote thereon 224. County libraries 78.

Consideration in the House of RepresentaCommon Pleas, 22d district 77.

tives of the Senate, ratifying resolution Collection of school tax 70.

239-244. Cımback, Will. (see Lieutenant Governor.)

Explanations by Messrs Coffroth 240. Davis Criminal Circuit Courts 70, 82.

of Floyd 240. Dunn 241. Gordon 241. D

Mitchell 241. Pierce of Porter 242. Ste

wart of Rush 243. Underwood 244. Doorkeeper, Overmyer's resolution with ref-Fallafe

myer's resolution with ref- Falls of the Ohio 53. erence to the 65.

Fish ladder Bill 193. Ditching claims 208.

Foxes and wildcats 158. Discharged employes 67.

Franklin insurance company 193.
Divorce laws 112.

Pieree of Porter's substitute 217.
Pierce of Porter's speech 228-232.

German in the common schools 112, 158.
Drafts on County treasurers 200.

Girls and women reformatory 116, 159, 160, 185. Drainage 99.

Governor, proclamation for special session 17.

Message to General Assembly-special sesElection law amendment 169.

sion 49, 50. Vote on adoption 170.

Purdue proposition 76. Election law amendments bill 184.

Pardons and reprieves, 95, 103. Elections, biennial--consideration in the Sen Mansion 136.

ate of Mr. Williams of Union's bill [H. Residence for the 203. R. 23,] 59, 60..

Residence bill 217. Education of colored children 213, 388, 387. Message communicating names of resigning Employes-Senate committee report concern senators 236. ing 61. Debate thereon 68, 69.

Government of the prisons 120. Of the General Assembly '151.

Guarantee for the payment of the Tippecanoe Empericism, protection against 179.

county for the donation of the AgricultuEquipments for military organizations-ex-l ral College 352.

planations as to the bill (H. R. 274] 209. Gravel road law 165. Expenses of the special session 67, 74, 75.

H Executive pardons 95, 103.

Heiskell, Robert S. elected director of the F

southern prison 102.

Home for friendless women, memorial from Fees of County officers 103, 136.

the board of managers 145, 146. Fifteenth Amendment-its consideration in Ho

the House of Representatives postponed

till May 11, 1869, 40. In the Senate 58. Remarks by

Indiana Central Railway, resolutions con· Mr. Cravens....

cerning 80.
42. 274, 277, 279, 294–296 | Infants in the cotton mills 82, 96, 304, 305.
Mr. Scott...

.279 Incorporated companies—manufacturing and Mr. Bradley ............

mining 99. Mr. Gifford ................

279 Indiana battle flags 175. Mr. Hooper.....

280 | Information bill 211. Mr. Hanna ....

...... 43, 275–277, 281–283, 287–289 Joint resolution for ratification of the fifteenth Mr. Stein...... ............43, 297-301 amendment 42. Mr. Fisher........................ 43, 289-292 Joint Convention, (opening) 48-50, 102. Mr. Gray ................ .... ... 43, 292 Journal clerks 68, 69, 91. Mr. Rice........................ 44, 292–294 Judges' compensation, in Senate Debate 60, Mr. Laselle........

........ 284 61, 302, 303. Mr. Church.................... 284, 285, 286 Judges of criminal circuit courts 79. Petition against the 87.

Judicial Circuit (28th) 103. Report on petition against 100.

Justices jurisdiction 111, 117.

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Lafayette Insurance Company 175.

Organization of the Senate 17–37. (See powLieutenant Governor. His rulings on the e rs of the Senate without a quorum.) question of a quorum 19, 21, 27, 32.

Debate thereon by On the passage of joint resolutions 42. Held

Mr. Scott.

..........'8 19, 31 that a joint resolution may be finally

Mr. Bradley.............19, 23, 30, 35, 37, 271, 372 passed the Senate on the first reading.

Mr. Cravens.. ..................19, 20, 27, 28 Debate 197, 200, 205, 206.

Mr. Stein ...................21, 22, 35, 257, 258 Remarks 237, 263, 271, 403.

Mr. Gray

........................22, 23, 257, 260, 262 Legislative quorum, resignations, debate 70-74 Mr. Green..

...27 Life insurance 79.

Mr. Hooper................28, 37, 263–265, 269, 270 Local railroad subscriptions 81.

Mr. Church..

..........30 Liquor law amendment bill (Chapman's) 166. Mr. Kinley..

.........31, 32 Yeas and nays thereon 167.

Mr. Wolcott.................................35, 36, 269

Mr. Rice............ Limitation, speech 178.

....m..265, 266 Life insurance bill (Underwood's) 203.

Mr. Robinson of Madison..... ............ 266, 267

Mr. Fisher
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Of the House of Representatives 24-40.

Old internal improvement bonds 126. McCoun, Thomas C. doorkeeper. Resolution

Consideration in the Senate 316-322. concerning 65, 102.

Resolution in relation to 316. Medical profession bill 77.

Remarks by Members, pay of 101.

Mr. Hanna..

............316, 320, 321 McCoun, Thomas C. resolution exonerating 102

Mr. Fisher.

..................317, 321 Medical profession 108.

Mr. Wolcott..

.........317, 318 Morgan raid appropriation bill 138, 183, 184,

Mr. Carson......

.318-320 185, 376-385.

Mr. Cravens...

...............321 Remarks by

Owen cabinet --resolution for purchase 173.
Mr. Fisher......................377, 378, 381 Owen geological cabinet 196.
Mr. Hanna ......

......379, 380
Mr. Gray..
...380, 381

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Mr. Cravens.....
Mr. Stein

389 Partition of lands 119.
Mr. Wolcott.............

382 Partition 193.

284 Protection of river banks 56. Mr. Carson..... Claims 172, 199.

Patent venders 56. Bill passed the Senate 208.

Pay of Jurors 56. Mr. Štein's remarks 212.

Postage stamps resolution 75. Meredith, F. M. 175.

Purdue University 81. F. M. in the Senate 215.

Pay of members 101. Municipal bank shares tax 104, 105, 109, 131. Postage stamps 108. 386, 387, 389-396.

Petrolium oil inspection 209.
Debate by

Prison discipline 135, 136.
Mr. Kercheval. ..................... 131-133

President pro tem, of the Senate-Mr. Gray
Mr. Zollars...................

elected 213. Mr. Neff....................................133

132 Purdue University 160, 167. Mr. Wilson .............................

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vote on the passage of the bill (H. R.) 172. Mr. Vater..................................133

Protest of Democratic Senators 246.
Mr. Johnson of Parke...

Public printing-debate 170.
Mr. Morgan.............................393, 394
Mr. Wolcott...................

Mr. Hanna.............................394, 395 Quorum-Powers of the Senate without a 18, Vote on the bill 134.

400-404. Consideration of the bill [H.R. 1707 178, 179

Remarks by Bill indefinitely postponed 221.

Mr. Scott.....

.....401, 403 Mr. Morgan

.....401, 402 Mr Cravens...

.....,402 National Asylum for disabled volunteers (Day

Mr. Hooper......

............. 403

Mr. Stein......
Letter from the secretary, 84.

.............403 ton.) Newspapers-resolutions for 45, 51, 94.

Debate in the House of Representatives House committee report thereon 54.

70-74. Negroes in the public schools 114, 122. Debate in the Senate 18-23, 27-32, 35-37, Nicholas Moreback 122.

257-278.

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