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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, March 30, 1868
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THURSDAY, January 9, 1868.

The House met, and was opened with prayer by the Rev.
Mr. Hammond.

Present at the call of the roll the following members :

Messrs. Stewart, (Speaker,) Albaugh, Beck, Biddison,
Blake, Bond, of Bait. City, Bond of Calvert, Bowlus. Brown,
Boyer, Byers, Chaisty, Chapman, Clark, Coad, Colton, Con-
ley, Conway, Corbin, Coudy, Dalrymple, Davis, of Carroll,
Davis, of Cecil, Deale, Dutrow, Fooks, Guy, Hall, Ham-
mond, Harden, Harig, Herbert, Holloway, Holmes, Hop-
kins, Horsey, Hubbard, Iglehart, Johnson, Jones, Jor-
dan, Kean, Keech, Latrobe, Legg, Loker, Lowe, Mark-
land, Marshall, Maynard, McCulloh, McElroy, Mearns,
Mitchell, Montague, Moore, Morse, Mullin, Nelson, Nicolai,
Offutt, Pentland, Percy, Poteet, Richards, Riggs, Robb,
Rohrer, Rose, Banner, Seibert, Silver, Slingluff, .Smith, of
Balto. city, Smith, of Worcester, Stewart, of Dorches-
ter, Sudler, Syester, Touchstone, Trimble, Vandiver, Wen-
ner, Wentz, Jr., Williams, Worthington—85.

The Speaker laid before the House the following commu-
nication :


Annapolis, January 2d, 1868.

To the Hon. Win. A. Stewart,

Speaker of the House of Delegates :

SIR : I herewith submit to your Honorable Body a copy of
my Annual Report, showing the receipts and disbursements
and the condition of the finances of the State, for the year
ending 30th September, 1867.

Any additional information or explanation that you may
require, I will be happy to furnish you at all times.

Very respectfully, your ob't. servant,


Also, the following Report of the Comptroller of the Trea-
sury :

[See Document—.]

Also, the memorial of John De LeCamp in relation to the
boundary between Maryland and Virginia.

Which was read and referred to the Committee on Ways
and Means.

Mr. Bowlus presented the petition of John A. Lynch,
John Sifford, and 356 others, citizens of Frederick, praying
the passage of an Act to authorize the corporate authorities
of Frederick city to subscribe a sum of money to the capital


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