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Proceedings of the House, 1876
Volume 413, Page 171   View pdf image (33K)
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years 1862, 1864, 1865, 1866, 1868, 1870, 1872 and 1874, to
any member of the Legislature, or to any lobbyist or lawyer,
whether for the granting of franchises or the appropriation of
money to any of the State Institutions, whether the same be
scholastic or otherwise, and notably in regard to laws for the
benefit or otherwise of the Baltimore and Ohio, City Passen-
ger, Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore, Hemngton,
and Queenstown, and Philadelphia and Baltimore Railway
Companies, the law known as the Boon bill, the bill to pay
the Metropolitan Police of Baltimore city, superseded by
United States troops in 1861.
For legislation to protect gas companies. Any law re-
quiring the School Boards of the counties or the State Board
to compel the use of school books of Harper Brothers or other
publishing houses. The law for relief from taxation of the
City Passenger Railway Company. The appropriations for
building or furnishing of the Executive Mansion, and the
stable belonging thereto. For the amendment to the charter
of the Locust Point Ferry Company. The franchises, &c.,
of the Adams Express Company. Any of the Building or
Land Associations of this State, and lor appropriations to
the Institutions of this State, to wit :
St. John's College, Deaf aud Dumb Asylum, Maryland
University, Spring Grove Asylum, House of Correction, and
State Normal School; and also, whether money was used in the
election of an United States Senator in the years 1864, 1865
or 1868, and it money was used in the passage of any of said
bills, or for any of said appropriations or for the election of
any United States Senator ; by whom said money was paid,
and to whom it was paid, and on what account; to send for
persons and papers, to summon witnesses and take their
testimony under oath, and to report in full at an early day
to this House their proceedings, and that said Committee
shall report at any time separately in the matter.
Which was read.
The question recurring upou the adoption of the order,
Mr. Robinson demanded the yeas and nays,
The demand being sustained,
The yeas and nays were called and appeared as follows :
Smith, Speaker, Cockey, Harrig,
Dunbar, Neal, Albaugh,
Mattingly, Purnell, Sanders,
Boyer, Purnell, Fenton,
Usilton, Only, Jones,

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