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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1867
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1867] OF THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES. ' 726

Shipley,
Nicolai,
Davis, of Charles,
Thomas,
Jump,
Jones.
Dennis,
Parsons,
Phelps,
Kerr,

Bishop,
Hutton,
Turner,
Neilson,
Smith,
Israel,
Knott,
Lankford,
Stevens,
Boswell,

McCulloh,
Carmichael,
Neale,
Ben ton,
Poole,
Criswell,
Gore,
Dawson,
Hammond — 58.

 

 

NEGATIVE.

 

 

Messrs.
Hall,

Calvert,
Burche,

Gordy,
Horsey — 5.

Said bill was then returned to the Senate.

Mr. Clarke, Chairman Committee on Claims, reported
favorably without amendment a bill entitled, an Act to appro-
priate a sum of money to pay B. E. Smith, George C. Langstin
John Mutply and Company, E. A. Jones, John G. Mezich'
Cushing and Bailey, D. R. M. Dixon, Mahlon Rhoderiek, late
Sheriff of Frederick county, C. W. Shearer, Edward Spedden
Agent for John Hinskey, Samuel P. Storme, E. M. Friend
and Stephen R. Gore;

Also, a bill entitled, an Act supplementary to Acts
of February 3, 1865, chapter 33, and March 14,1865, chapter
106, relating to the payment of bounties to the heirs of de-
ceased soldiers;

" Also, a bill entitled, an Act to repeal section 2, chapter
108, passed Febuary 8, 1866, relating to certificates for pay-
ment of bounties, and to re- enact the same;
Which was severally tead a first time.

Also, favorably without amendment, the Senate bill enti-
tled, an Act to appropriate a sum of money to pay R. A.
Clarke and James H. Alvry, Tax Collectors of St. Mary's
county, for over payments into the Treasury;

Which was read a second time.
On motion of Mr. Baker,

The memorial of the President, Visitors and Governor of
St. John College, laid before the House on yesterday,
Was ordered to be printed.

Mr. Smith, from Committee on the Judiciary, reported
favorably a bill entitled, an Act releasing the right of this
State to a distributive portion of the personal estate of James
O. Hara, deceased, in favor of James W. O. Hara, his only son
and next of kin;

Mr. Carmichael, Chairman Committee on Judiciary, re-
ported favorably a bill entitled, an Act to repeal section 24,

 

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