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Proceedings and Acts of the General Assembly, 1872
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1872.] OF THE SENATE. 301
The said bill was read the second time.
On motion by Mr. Stephenson,
The Senate proceeded to the order of the day,
Being the report of the majority of the Committee on Fi-
nance, relating to the tolls charged by the Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad Company on the Washington branch, when,
Mr. Earle, (by unanimous consent,) withdrew the amend-
ment proposed by him yesterday.
Mr. Carroll submitted the following amendment to said
Amend by inserting after the word "judgment," in second
line, the word "the."
On motion by Mr. Stephenson,
Further consideration of said amendment was postponed.
until 12 o'clock to-morrow.
The following Senate bills having passed both branches of
the General Assembly, were this day presented to his Excel-
lency, the Governor, tor his approval :
An Act directing the County Commissioners of Washing-
ton county, to) issue bonds to build a Court House in said
county, and appointing Commissioners to contract to erect
the same.
An Act to amend the Act of January Session, 1865, chap-
ter 206. entitled "An Act to incorporate the Lincoln Coal,
Iron, Firebrick and Oil Company of Allegany county," by
adding thereto certain additional sections, changing its
name, and providing for an increase of the number of the
Directors of the said Company, and of its capital stock, and
for the appointment of a Vice-President to said Company.
Hon. J. Thomson Mason having appeared and delivered
two communications from his Excellency, Governor Whyte,
endorsed, "Executive Business."
On motion by Mr. Tuck,
The Senate proceeded to the consideration of Executive
The Senate having resumed Legislative Business,
The President appointed, in compliance with the message
adopted by the Seriate on January 10th, the following Com-
mittee to divide the State into six. Congressional Districts:

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