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FORT WAYNE PRINTING COMPANY CONTRACTORS FOR STATE PRINTING AND BINDING

1916

VOLUME II.

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153. Judiciary Committee Report on Amending Process of Constitution.

(December 11, 1851)...

154. State Boundaries (December 16, 1851).

155. Revision and Amendment of Acts; Duration of the General Assem-

bly; and Emergency Clauses (1853)....

156. Suffrage Qualifications; Method of Amending Acts; Time When

Acts Shall Take Effect; Removal of Limitations on Legisla-

tive Sessions; Holding More Than One Office; Annual Ses-

sions of the General Assembly; Restoration of Local Legisla-

tion; and Common Schools (January 8, 1855)..

157. Superintendent of Public Instruction (January 16, 1855)..

158. Reducing the Number of Senators and Representatives; Com-

pensation (January 23, 1855)..

159. Suffrage of Aliens (February 5, 1855).

160. Common School System (February 14, 1855)...

161. Negro Colonization and Discrimination (March 2, 1855)...

162. Political Resolutions Concerning Suffrage Qualifications of

Unnaturalized Aliens (1856)...

163. Residential Qualifications for Suffrage (January 13, 1857)...

164. Residential and Other Qualifications for Suffrage (January 19,

1857)...

165. Number of Senators and Representatives (January 21, 1857).

166. Residential Qualifications for Suffrage (January 23, 1857)...

167. Annual Unlimited Sessions of the General Assembly; Annual Elec-

tions and Local Legislation (January 27, 1857)...

168. Residence Suffrage Qualifications of One Year (February 6, 1857).

169. Number of Senators and Representatives (February 9, 1857)....

170. Residential Suffrage Qualifications (February 9, 1857).....

171. Guaranteeing Each County One Representative (February 12,

1857)....

172. Platform of Anti-Administration Democrats—Wabash and Erie

Canal (February 23, 1858)....

173. Republican Platform of 1858—Wabash and Erie Canal (March

4, 1858)..

174. Wabash and Erie Canal (November 22, 1858).

175. Qualifications of Electors (December 1, 1858).

176. Permitting Local Common School Legislation and Repealing

the Constitutional Provision Relating to Superintendent

(December 8, 1858)....

177. Special Levy of Taxes for School Purposes (December 8, 1858).

178. Resolution of Teachers' Association of Fort Wayne Relative to

Free School Amendment (August, 1859)....

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179. Prohibiting the Liquor Traffic (January 18, 1859).

180. Local Option (January 18, 1859)..

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181. Calling a Constitutional Convention (March 5, 1859).

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182. Qualifications for Suffrage (January 10, 1859).

32

183. Residential Qualifications for Suffrage (January 11, 1859).

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184. Holding More Than One County Office (January 24, 1859).

34

185. Number of Members of the General Assembly (January 24, 1859).

186. Wabash and Erie Canal (February 9, 1859).

34

187. Wabash and Erie Canal (February 18, 1859)

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188. Common Schools (February 10, 1859). .

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189. Length of Legislative Sessions (March 2, 1859).

36

190. Length of Legislative Sessions (March 1, 1859).

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191. Resolutions Adopted by Political Parties Relative to a Constitu-

tional Convention (1859)..

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(a) Franklin Township, Marion County (Prior to April 11,

1859)....

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(b) Shelby County (April 9, 1859).

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(c) Dearborn County (June 18, 1859)

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(d) Harrison County (July 16, 1859)

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(e) Franklin County (July 23, 1859).

(f) Morgan County (August 17, 1859).

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(g) Washington County (August 27, 1859)

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(h) Orange County (August 27, 1859).

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(i) Tipton County (September 3, 1859).

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(j) Rush County (September 3, 1859).

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(k) Scott County (September 22, 1859).

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(1) Clinton County (September 25, 1859).

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(m) Jefferson County (September 26, 1859).

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192. Democratic Platform of 1860--Aliens and Wabash and Erie Canal

(January 11, 1860)..

40

193. Republican Platform of 1860—Aliens and Wabash and Erie

Canal (February 22, 1860).

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194. Committee on Necessity for Constitutional Amendments (Jan-

uary 14, 1861)...

41

195. Annual Sessions of the General Assembly (January 14, 1861).

196. Residential Qualifications for Suffrage (January 18, 1861). ..

42

197. Residential Qualifications of Electors (January 23, 1861)..

42

198. House Committee Report on Registration Law (January 23, 1861) 43

199. Registration Bill (January 28, 1861)...

44

200. Residential Qualifications of Electors-Resolution of Inquiry

(January 24, 1861)..

201. Supreme Court Opinion on Constitutionality of Election Bills

(January 25, 1861)...

45

202. Local Levy of Common School Taxes (January 18, 1861).

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203. Local Levy of Common School Taxes (February 2, 1861).

46

204. Common School Fund (January 21, 1861)...

47

205. Distribution of Common School Fund (February 16, 1861).. 47

206. Quadrennial Election of State Superintendent of Public Instruc-

tion (February 19, 1861).....

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207. Reduction of Membership of General Assembly (February 11,

1861)....

208. Reduction of Membership of General Assembly (February 25,

1861)......

209. Fixing Number of Senators at 36 and Representatives at 72 (Feb-

ruary 23, 1861)....

210. House Judiciary Committee Report on Annual Legislative Ses-

sions (March 4, 1861)...

211. Duration of Legislative Sessions (March 8, 1861).

212. Levy of Local Common School Tax (January 14, 1863).

213. Residential Qualifications of Voters (January 14, 1863).

214. Submission of Amendments (March 5, 1863).

215. Extending Right of Suffrage to Soldiers (January 8, 1863). .

216. Extending Right of Suffrage to Soldiers (January 12, 1863).

217. Extending Right of Suffrage to Soldiers (January 16, 1863).

218. Authorizing Soldiers to Vote (March 7, 1863)....

219. Governor Morton Urges Adoption of Constitutional Amendment

Enabling Soldiers to Vote (January 6, 1865).

220. Enabling Soldiers to Vote; Method of Voting; Fraudulent Voting

(January 6, 1865)...

221. Declaring the Constitutional Right of Soldiers to Vote (January

17, 1865).....

Fraudulent and Illegal Voting (January 17, 1865)

223. Registration of Voters (January 19, 1865).

224. Supplementary Local School Levies (March 6, 1865).

225. Supplementary Local School Levies (January 10, 1865).

226. Negro Colonization and Discrimination (January 7, 1865). .

227. Memorial Demanding Removal of Negro Disabilities (January

16, 1865).....

228. House Committee Report on Negro Disabilities (March 3, 1865).

229. Calling a Constitutional Convention (January 12. 1865).

230. Calling a Constitutional Convention (February 1, 1865)...

231. Disfranchisement of Fugitives from Military Draft (January 19,

1865)..

232. Acknowledging God as the Source of all Authority (February 27,

1865)....

233. Duration of a Regular Legislative Session Ex Parte Opinion

(March 3, 1865)....

234. Minority Senate Committee Report on Duration of Legislative

Sessions (March 6, 1865)...

235. Majority Senate Committee Report on Duration of Legislative

Sessions (March 6, 1865)....

236. Majority House Committee Report on Duration of Legislative

Sessions (March 6, 1865)....

237. First Minority House Committee Report on Duration of Legisla-

tive Sessions (March 6, 1865)...

238. Second Minority House Committee Report on Duration of Legis-

lative Sessions (March 6, 1865).

239. Suspension of the Rules (January 17, 1865).

240. Negro Exclusion and Colonization (November 16, 1865)..

241. Annual Sessions of the General Assembly (November 17, 1865).. 76

242. Annual Sessions of the General Assembly (December 9, 1865).... 76

243. Supplementary Common School Tax Levies (November 17, 1865). 76

244. Woman Suffrage (December 4, 1865).....

76.

245. · Defining a Quorum of the General Assembly (December 5, 1865). 77

246. Union (Republican) Platform of 1866—Qualification of Electors

(February 22, 1866).

78

247. Democratic Platform of 1866-Negro Exclusion Article (March

15, 1866).....

78

248. Supplementary Common School Revenue; Annual Unlimited

Sessions; Wabash and Erie Canal (January 29, 1867)..

79

249. Supplementary School Revenue (January 15, 1867).

84

250. Supplementary School Revenue (January 30, 1867).

84

251. Defining a Legislative Quorum (January 10, 1867).

85

252. Democratic Platform of 1868—Negro Suffrage (January 8, 1868). 85

253. Wabash and Erie Cnal (February 8, 1869).

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254. Wabash and Erie Canal (February 23, 1869).

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255. Method of Amending Acts (March 1, 1869).

87

256. Republican Platform of 1870—Wabash and Erie Canal (February

22, 1870).....

87

257. The Wabash and Erie Canal-Governor Baker's Recommendation

(January 6, 1871).

88

258. Wabash and Erie Canal Amendment (January 6, 1871)..

259. Wabash and Erie Canal-Bond Issued Prior to 1841 (January 19,
1871)....

90

260. Wabash and Erie Canal-Constitutional Amendment (January

5, 1871)..

91

261. Wabash and Erie Canal-Constitutional Amendment (January 16,

1871)......

92

262. Railroad Rates and Discrimination (January 17, 1871).

92

263. Woman Suffrage Resolution of Inquiry (January 20, 1871). 93

264. Majority Senate Committee Report on Woman Suffrage (Feb-

ruary 14, 1871).......

93

265. Minority Senate Committee Report on Woman Suffrage (Feb-

ruary 14, 1871).....

94

266. Calling a Constitutional Convention (January 18, 1871).

95

267. Republican Platform of 1872—Wabash and Erie Canal (February

22, 1872)....

95

268. Wabash and Erie Canal Amendment-Legal Adoption (Novem-

ber 14, 1872)...

96

269. Governor Baker Recommends Adoption of Wabash and Erie Canal

Amendment (November 14, 1872)...

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270. The Wabash and Erie Canal Amendment (January 28, 1873)... 98

271. Governor Baker's Recommendation Relative to Submission of

Wabash and Erie ('anal Amendment to Electors (January 10,

1873)....

101

272. Submission of Wabash and Erie Canal Amendment to Electors

(January 28, 1873)..

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