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316 | Amendment agreed to by senate, 515 Minority report presented and print- Committee appointed to visit Kened; motion to reconsider vote or- tucky, &c.,
528 dering to be printed,
316 Motion to reconsider vote ordering
ATTORNEY GENERAL. minority report to be printed Report, &c., of James C. Taylor as, agreed to; motion to print re- as to the sale of the State's interjected,
est in certain internal improveRead a second time,
43 Substitute offered to fourth section ;
Report of committee on agreed to, 59 motion to lay on table rejected; H. B. 143. To amend Code concernSubstitute printed,
180 Motion to reconsider vote to lay on Engrossed,
425 table rejected; motion to post- Passed,
472 pone rejected; substitute for 4th
See Internal Improvement Compasection rejected, and reconsidera
nies. tion rejected; amendment agreed See Railroads. to; substitute of committee as
amended engrossed, 487–8–9–90 AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. Mr. Crank stated that he voted on
Resolution to elect agreed to by amendment,
50 Motion to reconsider engrossment
William F. Taylor nominated and entered,
52-3 Motion to reconsider engrossment
Resolution to report amount of oyscame up; pending question re
ter tax, &c.,
118-19 jected; reconsideration rejected;
Statement showing the amount of joint resolution agreed to, and motion to reconsider rejected, 497-8
oyster tax collected for 1873; referred,
184-5 Agreed to by senate with amend
To furnish list of internal improvements; motion to suspend refer
ment companies in which State ence rejected; referred, 515-16
has an interest, and amount of Reported,
certain levies ; referred, 134-5 Motion to lay on table rejected ;
Senate joint resolution giving furpending question ordered; first amendment of senate agreed to;
ther time to qualify; communi
cated and placed on calendar, 168-9 motion to reconsider vote to pass
183 by rejected ; second amendment
Resolution to furnish a list of crimiof senate agreed to, and reconsideration rejected,
nal expenses of each county; re530-1-2-3 jected,
185 Inform senate,
See Costs. Mr. Round stated how he would
See Levies. have voted,
540 Resolution to appoint select com
See Sinking Fund. mittee to take into consideration
AUGUSTA COUNTY. charges, &c., in connection with extension of road to Cumberland
Petition of wholesale dealers in liGap; agreed to,
353 quor in relation to specific tax; reCommittee appointed,
140-1 Report of committee ; printed, 441
Petition of members of bar, &c.
AUGUSTA COUNTY FAIR. report of committee was agreed to, 460 Bill to amend charter and change Motion to reconsider rejected, 464 name of; referred,
57 Senate joint resolution appointing
H. B. 8. Therefor; reported,
62 committee to visit Kentucky and Engrossed,
79 ascertain probability of securing a railroad connection at Cumber
84 land Gap; communicated,
497 Amended; motion entered to recon
AUGUSTA FIRE COMPANY, sider amendment,
STAUNTON. Motion to reconsider agreed to; sub- S. B. 311. To incorporate ; commu
stitute rejected, and resolution nicated and placed on calendar, 430-1 agreed to, 506–7 | Passed,
512 BACK CREEK.
BANK OF POTOMAC & SAFE DE
POSIT CO. OF ALEXANDRIA. See Norfolk City.
S. B. 151. To incorporate the; comBAGWELL, E. R.
municated and referred, 239-10 Reported,
261 Added to joint committee of inves
494 tigation of bonds,
BANK OF VIRGINIA.
S. B. 279. To incorporate; commuS. B. 208. Further protection of for
nicated and referred,
402 reward and compensation; com
427 municated and referred,
408 BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL ASSOPassed,
CIATION OF RICHMOND, &c.
Petition to make valid a deed of BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. trust; referred,
259 Petition of citizens on line of; re
H. B. 332. Therefor; reported, 335 ferred,
BARING BROTHERS & CO.
S. B. 317. To provide payment of
amounts advanced by them; comS. B. 57. To incorporate the town municated and referred,
44344 of; communicated and referred, 104 Reported,
452 Reported, 113 Taken up and passed,
123 S. B. 171. To authorize trustees of
BARKSDALE, WM. R. the town of to elect a president,
Nominated and elected county judge communicated and referred, 239-40
BARNARD, GEN. J. G. See Presbyterian Church.
Resolution to invite and others to BANKS.
hall of house of delegates; agreed to,
145 H. B. 316. To amend act providing
And other gentlemen visit the hall, 153 assessment of shares of; reported,
BASE-BORN CHILDREN. Engrossed,
See Illegitimate Children. Passed senate,
BASEMENT OFFICERS. See One Dollar Savings Bank, Charlottesville.
Resolution to elect and other offiSee Richmond City.
cers; agreed to,
24 Senate joint resolution authorizing BANK OF COMMERCE.
second joint committee to investiS. B. 197. Chartering; communica
gate condition of affairs ; commuted and referred,
Amendment of house to joint resolution agreed to by senate,
363 BANK OF JACKSONVILLE.
Senate joint resolution-committee
to examine-employ a clerk and Bill to incorporate; referred,
• 372 H. B. 115. Therefor; reported, 150
Report of joint committee of investiLaid on table,
gation ; laid on table and printed, 464 S. B. 198. To incorporate; commu- 385. House joint resolution provinicated and referred,
ding ivestigation of the operations Reported,
and present condition of the ; rePassed,
516 Senate joint resolution authorizing BANK OF MARION.
and requiring the governor and S. B. 92. To incorporate; communi- treasurer to examine and report cated and referred,
144 upon the condition and manageReported,
150 ment of, &c.; communicated and Passed, 152 placed on calendar,
534-5 142 See Reassessment. Passed,
Substitute rejected ; amendments re- Resolution to consider, on second jected; resolution agreed to, 543-4 reading, rejected,
520-1 BATH COUNTY.
BLACKSBURG RAILROAD CO. Petition of members of bar of-in
Bill to incorporate; referred, 250 crease of sheriff's' fees; referred, 265 H. B. 267. Therefor; reported, 264
S. B. 230. To incorporate ; commu-
324 Bill allowing to erect a pier; refer- Placed on calendar,
331 red, 250 Passed,
424 H. B. 280. Therefor; reported,
364 BLACK LICK AND COVE PLASTER Passed,
406 BANK TURNPIKE COMPANY. Passed senate,
Petition of Michael Cassell and oth
ers in regard to completion of; reBEDFORD. ferred,
106 Petition of bar of-increase of sala- H. B. 138. Therefor; reported, 180 ries of circuit judges ; referred, 265 Engrossed,
416 Report of committee on; agreed to, 294 Passed,
471 See Taxes.
BEDFORD AND FRANKLIN.
BLAIR, HENRY E. Petition of citizens of asking that
Nominated and elected judge of 14th the charter of the Otter bridge
449 450 company be repealed ; referred, 250 Report of committee on; agreed to, 258
262 Committee to visit-purchase of for
sheriffs; referred, a lunatic asylum,
BLAND AND GILES COUNTIES. BENEVOLENT SOCIETIES. S. B. 35, Regulate granting of ordS. B. 140. To authorize appointment nary and other license in; commuof trustees for having no lands;
nicated and referred,
180 communicated and referred, 239-240 Reported, Reported, 244 Passed,
BLAND AND PRINCE WILLIAM BESSEMER COMPANY.
COUNTIES. S. B. 244. To authorize to purchase, H.B. 277. To provide for an increase &c., lands; communicated, 324
of the county and district school Referred, 330 funds of; reported,
270 Reported, 335 Amended and engrossed,
442 Passed, 360 | Passed,
498 BIGGER, J. BELL.
Passed senate, Clerk of house of delegates; called BLOOM GROVE QUARRYING, MINhouse to order,
ING AND MANUFACTURING CO. Nominated and elected clerk of house of delegates,
4 S. B. 324. To amend act incorporat
ing; communicated and referred, 475 BIG LICK. Reported,
490-1 Petition of citizens of; referred,
519 Bill to incorporate ; referred,
98 H. B. 66. Therefor; reported, 105
BOARD OF EQUALIZATION. Engrossed,
148 Passed senate,
217 BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.
Resolution in relation to delinquent BILLS. lands; referred,
60 House took up bills on their second See Clerks of Boards of Supervisors. reading,
425 See County Judges.
BOTETOURT COUNTY. H. B. 97. To provide how bonds of
Petition of farmers and millers of in certain officers shall be executed,
relation to inspection of flour ; re
133 &c.; reported,
168 Petition of members of bar-increase Passed, 199
of sheriffs' fees; referred, Resolution-destruction of signed, but not used for funding; agreed
BOUNDARY LINE. to,
244 Report of commissioners upon boun206. House joint resolution to provide daries between Maryland and Virfor safe-keeping of certain; read ginia ; referred,
109-110 first and second times; engrossed; Report of commissioners printed, 418
read third time and agreed to, 223 Resolution to print additional copies House joint resolution agreed to by of report of commissioners agreed senate with a substitute and re
426 126. House joint resolution authoHouse joint resolution reported back, 431 rizing governor to institute suit for House joint resolution; amendments settlement of between Virginia of senate agreed to, 440 and Maryland; reported,
165 Senate joint resolution authorizing House joint resolution read second second joint committee of investi- time and engrossed,
166 gation to investigate basement off- House joint resolution agreed to, 204 ces; communicated, amended and
Resolutions of general assembly of agreed to
Maryland and communication of Resolution to provide for further se- Governor Kemper; preamble and
curity for safe-keeping of bonds joint resolution in relation to, and accounts in treasurer's office; agreed to by house and senate; referred, 359 committee appointed,
300-1 Special committee-leave to sit du
Report of joint committee agreed to, 306 ring sessions,
397 Proceedings in joint assembly and S. B. 236. Registration of bonds is- joint resolutions of State of Marysued by local authorities in aid of land,
307-8-9 internal improvements; communi- S. B. 287. To designate arbitrators cated and referred,
to fix boundary line between MaryReported,
427 land and Virginia; communicated, Amended and ordered to third read- placed on calendar and passed, 355–6 ing,
448 S. B. 313. To provide counsel to apRejected; motion to reconsider pass- pear before arbitrators ; communied by,
466 cated and placed on calendar, 443-4 Motion to reconsider rejection nega- Passed,
502 See Potomac Fisheries.
S. B. 26. To incorporate; communi-
180 BOOTS AND SHOES. Postponed and printed,
191 BMI to regulate sale of containing
Amended ; amendment rejected; wood or paper bottoms; referred, 132
bill ordered to third reading,
237-8 H. B. 150. Therefor; reported,
184 Motion to reconsider vote ordering Dismissed,
to third reading rejected, 241-2 Passed,
268 BOSWELL, J. L.
BRAUS, A. H.
236 H. B. 113. Therefor; reported,
in relation to fences ; referred,
BRICK WALK-WAY. Reported back,
331 Amended and engrossed,
334 See Superintendent of Public BuildRejected; motion to reconsider pass
ings. ed by,
406-7 Motion to reconsider rejection agreed
BRIDGES. to; bill passed,
455–6 I See Ferries and Bridges.-S. B. 175.
BULL RUN. Senate joint resolution welcome to; H. B. 161. Declaring a lawful fence ; communicated and placed on cal- reported,
196 endar, 228-230 Engrossed,
524 Senate joint resolution agreed to, 233 Passed,
535 Passed senate,
539 BROCK'S GAP, HARDY & HAMPSHIRE RAILROAD.
BUREAU OF INSURANCE. Extending charter of; referred, 88 See Insurance. H. B. 64. To amend act to incorporate; reported,
BURNING. Engrossed, 142 See Forests.
148 Reported with amendments,
BUSSELS, ISAAC N.
H. B. 197. For relief of; reported, 221 Passed senate,
CALL OF THE HOUSE.
338 of privileges and elections during investigation of case of Walker
CALENDAR vs. Walke,
Resolution that all bills, &c., remainNominated for city judge of Man
ing at adjournment shall retain chester,
the places they respectively held
at the commencement of the next BROWN, CHARLES LISTON.
session ; agreed to,
254 H. B. 122. Authorizing the chancery court of Richmond to permit the
CAMPBELL COUNTY. last will of to be withdrawn; reported,
Memorial of members of bar, &c.
judges; referred, Passed senate with amendment and
CANADA THISTLE. referred,
367-8 Reported back, 371 Bill to destroy the; referred, 251
253 Amendment of senate agreed to, 378–9 H. B. 255. Reported, BROWN, J. THOMPSON.
CANCELLATION. Petition of to sell Amelia springs for
See State Bonds.
Report of condition of; referred, 64 BUCHANAN.
Report of committee on; agreed to, 77 See Wise and Buchanan.
Senate joint resolution appointing a
joint committee to examine preBUDD, JOSEPH S.
sent condition of; communicated and referred,
182-3 Vacates office of county judge of
191 Dinwiddie ; referred,
Motion to postpone rejected; moBUILDING.
tion to dismiss re ed; agreed to,
200 Resolution in relation to cost of con
Committee on part of house appointstruction of for committees; re
Report of committee; agreed to, 444 Report of committee on; agreed to, 418 H. B. 159. Making an appropriation
for repairs of ; reported,
191 BULL. Engrossed,
412 See Stallion.