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CONSERVATORS OF THE PEACE. Resolution in relation to call of a

convention; referred,

271-2 Resolution in regard to at colleges, Resolution in relation to bill calling &c. ; referred, 291-2

311 H. B. 308. To amend Code concern

a convention; referred,

Senate joint resolution-joint coming; reported,

294

mittee to appoint sub-committee; Engrossed,

362
agreed to,

323 Passed,

406

Resolution that clerk house delegates Passed senate,

430

have published 1,000 copies of; CONSOLS. agreed to,

324 Resolution in relation to cancellation

Senate joint resolution in relation to of; referred,

382

the appointment of the sub-committee of the joint committee on;

330 CONSTABLES' BONDS.

laid on the table,

H. B. 330. Submitting to the people Resolution reducing limitation of actions on motions ; referred, 137

the proposed amendments to in re

lation to county organizations; reCONSTITUTION.

331 ported,

Report of special joint committee Proposed amendments to in relation agreed to,

331 to county organizations, 20-24 S. B. 231. Submission to the people Resolution to appoint committee on of the proposed amendments toamendments to ; referred,

county organizations, communiHouse joint resolution appointing cated and referred,

367-8 joint committee on subject of Reported,

371 amendments agreed to by senate, 100 Amended and ordered to third readResolution to amend in relation to ing,

412 voting; referred, 68 Passed,

415 Joint resolution agreeing to amend Amendment of house agreed to by ments to; referred, 74 senate,

425 Petition of citizens of Smyth county House joint resolution agreed to by asking amendments to; referred, 75 senate,

408 Resolution amending ; referred, 78 Resolution amending section 18, arReport in relation to amendments to ticle 5; referred,

411 appointing a joint committee; Resolution amendi ng-reducing agreed to,

number of senators and delegates Resolution in relation to amendments and providing for biennial sessions; to; referred, 95 referred,

448 62. House joint resolution proposing Resolution amendi ng-reducing amendments-county organiza

members of general assembly; retion; reported,

101
ferred,

461 Made special order,

142 Motion to commit rejected; engross

Message from governor in relation

to amendments; laid on table and ed,

171
printed,

482-3-4 Agreed to,

178

Communication from governor on; Agreed to by senate,

261

taken from table and referred, 492 Resolution to amend-general elec

Resolution to amend 8th section of tions; referred,

119

the 5th article in relation to senaCommittee appointed to whom

tors and delegates; referred, 507 amendments to referred,

118

House joint resolution to appoint Resolution to amend; referred, 160

commission to prepare to be subResolution to frame a new, &c.; re

mitted to the next general assemferred,

160 Resolution to amend allowing su

bly by way of amendment; mo

tion to suspend reference rejectpreme court of appeals to dispense

ed; referred,

518 with giving written reasons, &c.; Resolution to inquire into the expereferred,

222-3

diency of amending in regard to Bill to submit to people amend

homestead and other exemptions ; ments to in relation to county or

referred,

519 ganization ; referred,

228 328. House joint resolution; report

CONSTITUTION U. S. ed,

323 Engrossed,

376-7 Petition of citizens of Craig county Agreed to, 389-390 in relation to; referred,

107

85

CONTESTED ELECTIONS. H. B. 129. Therefor; reported, 169

203 Petition of Joseph Walker contest

Amended and engrossed,
Passed,

209 ing election of John W. Walke; referred,

25
Resolution utilizing convict labor

in getting granite ; referred, 189 Report of committee in case of Walk

House joint resolution in relation to er vs. Walke presented; postpon

treatment of; referred,

373 ed,

146-165

Resolution inquiring whether conReport and minority report of com

tracts hiring out can be revoked ; mittee on in case of Walker vs.

referred,

465 Walke; minority report rejected;

Report on resolution agreed to, 476-7 substitute for resolution of com

H. B. 382. Authorizing governor to mittee agreed to,

175-6

annul contracts in hiring out; reResolutions of committee as amend

ported,

500 ed (in case of Walker vs. Walke)

Engrossed,

524 agreed to,

177
Passed,

535 Petition of Walker and Holt con

Passed senate,

539 testing seats of Hamilton and

See Penitentiary. Young; referred,

51 Report of committee in case of Wal.

COOKE, STAFFORD G. ker and Holt against Hamilton and

79 Young agreed to,

Bill for relief of; referred, 89-90

220 Petition of Henry Turpin contesting

H. B. 194. Therefor; reported, seat of E. S. Pendleton ; referred, 51 Report of committee in case of Tur

CORPORATION BONDS, pin vs. Pendlteton agreed to, 158-9 | Resolution to have State, railroad Petition of William A. Reese con

and listed for taxation for local . testing seat of P. K. Jones; re purposes ; referred,

123 ferred,

51 Report of committee in case of Wil

CORPORATION COURTS. liam A. Reese vs. P. K. Jones Bill to amend Code in relation to agreed to, 67 county and; referred,

107 Report of committee in case of W. Bill to establish a corporation court A. Reese vs. P. K. Jones, of for Manchester; referred,

233 Greenesville county, presented H. B. 258. Therefor; reported, 258 and agreed to, 114-115-119-120 Amended and engrossed,

362 Committee on privileges and elec Passed; title amended inserting tions ask papers, &c., to be print Winchester,

405-6 ed, 77 | Passed senate,

430 H. B. 210. In relation to; reported, 225 See Courts. Resolution in relation to time for See Judges. taking depositions ; referred, 278

COSTS.

H. B. 144. Providing for taxing in
CONTRACTS.

motions made by the auditor S. B. 96. To amend Code in regard against collecting officers; reportto the remedy by motion after no ed,

184 tice on; communicated and refer Engrossed,

425 red, 367-8 | Passed,

472 Reported,

408 Dismissed,

512 COUNTERFEIT COUPONS. Reconsideration rejected,

513 Bill to prevent from being received See Stamps.

in payment of taxes, &c. ; referred,

140 CONVENTION.

H. B. 142. Therefor; reported, 180 Resolution in relation to; referred, 42 Bill in relation to calling a ; refer

COUNTY COURTS. red,

192 Bill to amend section 4, chapter 154, H. B. 321. To provide for taking Code 1873, in relation to jurisdicsense of voters upon calling a ; re tion of; referred,

56 ported,

316 Memorial of bar of Nottoway pray

ing the restoration of jurisdiction CONVICTS.

to, or an increase of the number Bill to amend Code in relation to of circuit judges; referred,

61 hiring out of; referred,

151 Resolution in relation to restoring

jurisdiction of; referred,
73-4 ed county judge of,

51-2 Petition of members of bar of first Resolution to elect county judge for judicial circuit in relation to; re Halifax; agreed to,

56 ferred,

82 ) Wm. R. Barksdale nominated and Memorial of bar of Floyd county in elected for Halifax,

64-5 reference to; referred,

88 S. B. 21. To allow further time to Petition of members of the bar of judge of Norfolk county to quali

Staunton asking jurisdiction of to fy ; communicated and referred, 61-2 be restored; referred, 91 Reported,

85 Petition of members of bar, &c., of Amended and ordered to third readAugusta in relation to jurisdiction ing,

88 of; referred, 95 Passed and title amended,

91-2 Petition of citizens of Prince Ed Substitute of house agreed to by ward in relation to; referred, 106 senate,

104 Resolution to restore jurisdiction of; W. P. Cecil declined to qualify, 55-6 referred,

107 Resolution to elect for Tazewell; See Courts.

agreed to by house and senate, 63 Bill to amend Code in relation to Samuel C. Graham nominated and corporation and; referred, 107 elected for Tazewell,

65-6 Petition of members of bar, &c., of Resolution to elect county judge of Appomattox in regard to; refer Dinwiddie; agreed to,

122 red,

119 House joint resolution fixing time Petition of citizens of Brunswick for election for Dinwiddie; agreed county praying restoration of ju

to by senate,

130 risdiction of; referred,

122-3 Robert H. Jones, Jr., elected for H. B. 105. To amend Code in rela

Dinwiddie,

152 3 tion to jurisdiction of; reported, 144 Petition of practicing attorneys in Made special order,

186 Prince George and Surry asking Postponed,

207 for increase of pay for county Postponed, and resolution in connec judge; referred,

192 tion with offered, and amendment Report of committee on presented to resolution pending, 218-19 and passed by,

418 Postponed; Mr. Stuart withdrew Report of committee on committed, 432

resolution to commit with instruc Joint resolution to elect county tions; motion to postpone reject judge of Stafford and King George ; ed; substitute offered, 223-4 agreed to,

317 Came up, 228 Agreed to by senate,

330 Postponed,

229 J. Benjamin T. Suttle elected for Postponed,

233

King George and Stafford, 354-5 Motion to postpone rejected, 246 Petition relative to county judge of Postponed,

251 Gloucester county ; referred, 559 Pending,

251 Resignation of Wyndham Kemp, Substitute offered by Mr. Riddle county judge of Gloucester, 388

barger amended and rejected; Joint resolution to elect county judge amendment to bill rejected; bill of Gloucester county; agreed to, 453 amended and engrossed, 255-6 Agreed to by senate,

463 How Mr. Holbrook would have Warner T: Jones elected,

478-9 voted,

258 Bill authorizing boards of superviPassed,

259 sors in each county to increase Passed senate, 339 salary of; referred,

287 See Courts.

H. B. 307. Therefor; reported, 294
Laid on table,

354
COUNTY JUDGES.
Taken from table,

372 Vacancies in Halifax county and in

Bill in relation to ; referred,

373 counties of Warren and Clarke, 40 H. B. 355. Reported,

394 Petition of citizens of Clarke recom Bill authorizing board of supervisors mending Colonel J. W. Ware for of counties of Prince George, &c., county judge; referred,

to increase pay of certain; referResolution to elect county judge for;

red,

287 amended and agreed to; agreed H. B. 341. Therefor; reported, 357 to by senate with an amendment; Amended and engrossed,

438 amendment of senate agreed to, Rejected; motion to reconsider pend42-3-50 ing,

449 John E. Page nominated and elect Motion to reconsider rejected, 478

50

.

Petition of Elizabeth City and War

COUPONS. wick to increase pay of; referred, 465 Bill with reference to buying and See Courts.

selling; referred,

88 H. B. 47. Therefor; reported, 94 COUNTY ORGANIZATIONS. Postponed,

112 Proposed amendments to constitu

Motion to dismiss rejected; bill comtion in relation to,

20-24
mitted,

209-10 See Constitution.

H. B. 233. To prohibit treasurers,

&c., from receiving for capitation
COUNTY ROADS.
tax; reported,

235

See Counterfeit Coupons.
Bill to amend section 48, chapter 52,
Code 1873, in relation to; refer-

COURTS. red,

75

S. B. 31. In relation to jurisdiction Report of committee in relation to; agreed to,

77

of county, &c.; communicated
and referred,

84 H. B. 54. To amend Code in rela

Reported with amendment,

101 tion to; reported,

98

Amended and ordered to third read-
Recommitted,

112
ing,

107 H. B. 293. To amend Code in rela

Passed,

111 tion to; reported,

286

Senate disagree to substitute of Engrossed,

461

house; placed on calendar, 154-5 Passed,

508

House insist on their substitute, 161 See Public Roads.

Senate insist on their disagreement

to amendments of house; referCOUNTY SUPERINTENDENTS OF

red,

179 POOR.

Reported with recommendation that Bill to amend Code so as to allow to

house insist upon their amendemploy a deputy ; referred, 189 ments, and ask for a committee of H. B. 160. Therefor; reported, 191 conference,

211

House insist on their amendments,
COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTS OF and ask for a committee of confer-
SCHOOLS.
ence,

213 Bill in regard to new appointments

Senate agree to house joint resoluof; referred,

151

tion asking for a committee of Resolution providing by law to re

conference ; committee appointed, 219 ceive from second auditor funds

Report of committee of conference

241 appropriated to their respective

agreed to, counties; referred,

247 185

Agreed to by senate, Report of committee on agreed to,

Bill to repeal section 10 to regulate,

206 See Public Free Schools.

&c. ; referred,

233 Bill to amend Code concerning COUNTY TREASURERS.

power of to remove officers; re-
ferred,

198 Bill to amend 32d section, chapter H. B. 285. Therefor; reported,

46 of the Code (edition 1873), pre See Richmond City.-S. B. 214.

scribing duties, &c.; referred, 42 H. B. 37. Reported,

86 COVINGTON & OHIO RAILROAD. Dismissed,

100 Resolution amending Code in regard

Bill to provide for payment of claims

79 to duties of as to the distribution

due by ; referred, of the funds for public schools ; re

H. B. 112. Therefor; reported, 145 ferred,

189

Substitute agreed to and engrossed, 283 Bill fixing compensation of; refer

Rejected; motion to reconsider re-
jection,

328 red,

137 H. B.'111. Therefor; reported, -145

Motion to reconsider rejection of Motions to dismiss and amend; bill

agreed to, and bill again rejected, 360 passed by,

279

See Alleghany County. Amendment rejected; bill dismissed, 283

COWPASTURE RIVER. Resolution in reference to duties of; referred,

207 See Fish. S. B. 163. To amend Code in relation to filling vacancies; commu

CRAIG COUNTY. nicated and referred,

247-8 Petition of citizens of; referred, 107

277

Bill to amend act_Price's turnpike; | H. B. 312. Therefor; reported, 311
referred,

115-16 | S. B. 265. To amend charter of;
H. B. 83. To authorize board of su-

communicated and referred, 393-4
pervisors to keep in repair por Reported,

427
tion of Price's turnpike; reported, 121 Passed,

525
Engrossed,

162-3
Passed,

167 CULPEPER LIBRARY ASSOCIA-
Passed senate,

217

TION.
CRAIG AND GILES.

S. B. 126. To incorporate ; commu-
nicated and referred,

239-240
H. B. 305. Authorizing surveyors of Reported,

269
to re-arrange boundary line so as

Passed,

405
to include James M. Reynolds in
Craig; reported,

294

CUMBERLAND COUNTY.
CRIERS.

Petition of citizens of to tax dogs;
referred,

404
See Sheriffs.

Report of committee on agreed to, 418
CRIMES.

CUMBERLAND GAP.
Resolution to amend criminal laws;
referred,

See Atlantic, Mississippi and Ohio
64

Railroad.
CRIMINAL CASES.

CUSHING, CALEB.
Bill to amend section 10, chapter

Received one vote for U. S. senator, 72
208 (edition 1860), with refer-
ence to juries in ; referred,

8
See Juries.

DAVIS, ISAAC AND MARY M.

Bill in relation to wills of; referred, 71
CRIMINAL OFFENCES.
H. B. 190. Therefor; reported,

220
Resolution in relation to defraying
of cost in trial, &c.; agreed to, 159

DEAF, DUMB AND BLIND INSTI-

TUTION.
H. B. 238. Costs incurred in arrest,

&c., defrayed out of treasuries of Superintendent of public printing to
counties; reported,

240 have copies of report printed, 60
CRIMINAL PROCEDURE.

DEBATE.
Bill to amend section 6, chapter 207

Resolution to limit; referred, 323
(edition 1860); to amend and re-

Amended and agreed to,

466
vive with reference to larceny ; re-

Dismissed,

477
ferred,

8

DEBTS.
CRITTENDEN, C. T.

S. B. 106. To amend Code in refer-
Nominated and elected doorkeeper, 57

ence to sales under judgments, &c.

for debts contracted prior to 10th
CROPS.

April, 1865; communicated and
Bill for protection of; referred,

224-5
251

referred,
H. B. 282. For protection of; re-

Reported,

231
ported,

277

Passed,
CULPEPER.

DECENCY.
Bill to amend charter of; referred, 98

See Morality and Decency.
H. B. 98. Therefor; reported, 136

DEER.
Dismissed,

328
Bill to authorize town of to borrow

See Woodstock and Winchester.
money ; referred,
H. B. 67. Therefor; reported, 105

DEFALCATION.
Dismissed,

143 Communication from governor in
Petition of bar of Culpeper-increase relation to in office of board of

of compensation of sheriffs ; re commissioners of the sinking fund;
ferred,

246
referred,

172
Bill to amend charter of town of; Report of committee in relation to
referred,

302 in office of. board of commissioners

95

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