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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1872
Volume 190, Page 1630   View pdf image (33K)
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1872.] OF THE SENATE. 23
The President laid before the Senate the following commu-
nication from L. Giddings, Esq.:
ANNAPOLIS, January 8th 1872.
Hon. Henry Snyder,
President of the Senate :
SIR—Having been authorized by the Governor to print the
report of the Board of State School Commissioners for the
year 1870, I beg to inform you that three thousand copies of
the document were printed and promptly distributed, as re-
quired by section 11, of chapter 12, of the law of the last
Legislature, providing for a system of public education.
Two hundred and sixty copies of the report are yet in my
possession, and are at the disposal of the General Assembly.
Seventy-five- copies are herewith tran-mitted to the Senate,
and the remainder will bo delivered to the House of Dele-
Very respectfully,
Which was read, and referred to the Committee on Edu'
On motion by Mr. Tuck, it was
Ordered, That the Committee on Public Buildings cause a
survey of the State House to be made by one or more compe-
tent persons, to ascertain the probable cost of thoroughly re-
pairing it; also, of a suitable portico of marble or granite;
also, the cost of paving the streets around the State House
circle, and to report such estimates to the Senate.
John Wallace, appointed Assistant Doorkeeper, appeared,
qualified, and entered upon the discharge of his duties.
Mr. Carroll submitted the following
The Committee appointed to select Chaplains to officiate
during the Session in the Senate beg leave respectfully to
report that they have conferred upon the subject, and nomi-
nate the following gentlemen: Rev. J. W. Ruth, Rev. Wm.
S. Southgate, Rev. A. M. Freitag, Rev. Mr. Henderson.
Mr. Stephenson demanded the yeas and nays upon the
adoption of the report.
On the question being put,
It was determined in the affirmative, by yeas and nays, as
follows :

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