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iJ and sltfodd d thousand tbo aD4 dollars dHI thai was war 1Ii taken au from mm them by byjni bytiII1it1 byA
A jni t BKtitntionaUty of the former tot providing act it 1 This ThisiAtl Thilf
I iAtl f was vetoed by the governor and could not DO be passed passeddver panedbts
dver BIS veto 0 but the tegislature dad its part partAf part partt
t Af A resolution oaatiOD by the If 80 House ones declaring for the primary J aye aa aaMir ayep systemand ¬
p Mir temand and cJ requesting 1111tbe the Bute dtas tAt 0emoeratto committee to eall eallit callit eallIt
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t Tke constitutional amendment declaring for prohibition prohibitionthroughout problbltloDI
I throughout t hgbottbe t the State passed the tbelon session by a rousing majority majorityin Jont Jontaad
A in HHbh House and this tta question will be given to the voters votersto yotellIGtQ
I a to tmtotyorate t race into their organic law at the next general generalejection Jf8DHaIor generaletsotios
ejection or perhaps to reject it It 1 at least gives the oppor opportunity opporopIetll opporsir ¬
tunity sir yiO td tine people opIetll a fe express up themselves Iy on this question questionThese qallCJooft
These ft 1iIe tIt f fear pr + tr bills and Dd the resolutions that were passed passedand1 pu passedsnd ed edf
and1 f will t most likely IIbl reoeive the Governors signature signaturea linaturelltiye signaturej
1 j a positive lltiye action of the Legislature Le ilature that will offset offsetoverbalance
M 11 overbalance e and go a long way toward mak maktag makitr It ItfaR
tag p fot its itr faHure faR to pass many other good bills that thatwave thatN thatand ha haaU
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f I b 8 kave to be JaarmDnlaed wwon d before there can be befeat bet bet
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n of ItOf has been D it is I perhaps now Ie distinguished k kA tWI from fromti fromfor
A ti tf N satsloos for aetivit a Uvitf ri of legislative lati thought and andi aodeoyon
r i fr A tniss of feffelatlv eoyon endeavors to ppgtao114ostrt ptptsct foster andbe and andVhe an anIutete I
r Vhe interests of 0 the masses mareesr
1t Jr inir IULJOd intOdtreit4red nfssf jnQsio > red and a Y 1JI 1JIIttl p pfos pfost oa oafad
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for the third tin ti time timebody p passed III one o branch of t the legislative legislativebody li atI atIbod va
body bod but ba1e this ttsti ai tin a little It farther f stop ate was wastwo made in qtwo that thattwo
two Mils that would WO have five this beneaoisJ nwasn to tothe tob tor
the b people were were er passed one lu each brst branch b aolajil oh This action actionpotitively ao actionr n npot
r f r potitively pot i 1 points poio to the be passage of this bill by the next nextwil1 nexta
a 1 M that wil1 hI be xe waohe rtfO as t suwlr as it itlhe itopyeps
opyeps 081 and nlh lights the hop in tU lae bit of e every eyryin 0iry 0iryin
p in this ia state ate who has stt su1 ftec sled e pd cl fiow f o the txaotions txaotionsof tuQ oDI oDIof
of tM book trust that he has but two years more more to bear bearthe bear1M bearthe
the weight ne bt of this I load loa oadon on his b hack INI k and to euf suffer < < r this ia attain attainupon mudsrapuai in inlaia
upon his pocket pocketA
introduced and went wentu wentreoond
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pO wbe the way for fortbe the next iedi session sessioneettoft sesameaWhf4a
i aWhf4a adI ve yeftott Maorio eettoft was wI taken by both bo houses bo on onthe onrettnDctram onuse
the referendum still the Senile by a majority vote of one onedid OD ODdid onedid
did declare dI for it with a lo load d voice when it tacked it on a aan aan as asan
an amendment to the Jacksonville charter bill notwith notwithstanding no notwitbstanding witb witbItandlbg ¬
standing Senatorial courtesy over a local bill which ha habeen hallbeen barbeen
been the rule for years ears and the amendment was w lost in the theHouse tb tbHOG theHooee
House HOG by hot one oa vote voteA votecoDetltutioaal voteA
A constitutional amendment that would have hyestuUy hyestuUyllettled effectually efectuallysettled effectuallysettled
settled the pistol toting totln habit took an advanced ad position positionon
on the Calendar and 4 so great reat was the interest manifested tfted in init inIt inIt
it that it writ tli be easy MI for the next session ion to adopt it This Thisresolution Thisresolution
resolution proposed an amendment to the constitution conltit ioD providiog proriding pro providing ¬
viding tb that the rigfct t to bear arms should be fixed by lawj lawjand Jaw Jaw1Id lawand
and 1Id when this is adopted as pan of the organic law statutesregulating statutes statutesi statutesregulating MtU
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regulating lalMln the carrying of arms by means of licenses 1 and andbonds andbonds I I
bonds for those who wish iah to carry them will be certain of ofenforcement ofnforoem ofenforoememt
enforcement
A bill extending And more accurately defining the powers powersof powerof
of the Railroad Ra lroad Commission passed Uled the House lIou e Eby by a very verylarge verylarge verylarge
large vote and failed in intbe in the Senate the last day beoaascthere because becausethere beoa1lltthere
there was a minority minoritYlluftioient sufficient to prevent the rules being beingwaived beingwaived beingwaived
waived and the Lb bill being taken up out of its regular order orderThis orderTbi orderThis
This bill deserved to pass because b ou e there was a majority in inthe inthe inthe
the Senate t ready to pass it and this proves that majorities majoritiesdont majoritiesdont
dont 011 always ole Eat it also points the way for the enact enactment enaetmnt enactment ¬
ment of the bill at the next session sessionA ion ionA
A resolution to amend a aeDd the constitution defining the quali qualifications qualicatioD qualifications ¬
fications of voters failed because of the fear of the prohibi prohibitioinsts prohibiIOUlltI prohibitaosaasts
tioinsts to submit this along with the prohibition amend amendment amendat amendmeat ¬
meat at This is what is i known as the grandfather clause clauseand olau clauseand e eand
and if f adopted would forever take the negro out of politics in inthis iotb inthis
this tb State HtateThere Sta StaTbere StateThere
There is no doubt that this amendment will be submitted submittedby
by the next legislature legislatureThe
The floaranty gu 1 bank b k deposit law pa sed in the popular popularbranofe popularot popularbtieacila
branofe ot t tjse se Legislature and Qd failed in the Senate probably probablybeoaaa probablbeoa probablybeeauae
beoaaa beoa it IHlIel wld not be r reached in the regular order OM and d the theimpossibility the1Mtit theirtpoestbti
impossibility 1Mtit ty of inducing ladOJ the minority to oo QONII ast t to waive wMvemelee waivethe wai ye yetJte
the melee ral to take it up out of its i regular order this tltii minoritybeing minority minoritybeing ority oritybet
being bet of sufficient strength to prevent the fib necessary D8Oe Iry two twothirds twothirds 0 0unla
thirds majority at t any 8Y time This division di in the Senate Ben te is ispractically ispraoioaJ isprsotioally
practically J the tb same division that appeared in the canons canonswhen ca80UlfteD caucuswhen
when Mr Hdson H received for forpWt president 91 i votes and Mr MrHumphreys MrHUIDphre MrHumphreys
Humphreys 11 UIt 11It 11It
It is impossible in the Lb space at a the disposal of this journal journaland
and with the tb facilities that it has b for its publication to at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt a comprehensive ooa ve review w of the work of the Legislature Legislatureof
of 190V This brief mention of some of the bills parsed and andconsidered andooicleted andoonsidrd
considered is a selection of what appears to be the most im important ilDpo importsut ¬
portant po part of its work and its endeavor endeavorComparisons e endeavorComparisons dvorCoaaparMoa
Comparisons odious at all times i are particularly uLloolarl so when whenno whennoood
no noood good can n be accomplished by making them Q1 It I won4 won4be wee weebe IJI IJIiDIe
be impossible to single out the tb work of ofi a a far Ie members memberswithout mea meawila ss sswithout
without wila being b unintentionally taoaa1l unjust aoj to other JJ It 1 would wouldbe wouldbe Midequn
be equally impossible to characterise the action of tome whobaft whohave who whohave
have appeared not to 0 have the tb1 i interest of too masses at heart heartat
at alt times tt without going 01 into explanations explas > stioos and oiling oilingfacts oitl oitlMIl citingfacts
facts MIl and circumstances taaoII impossible to set down do here hereAS here4s
AS 4 te to i rsAn s fills equally unc Um Jut and a the tnjstt tnj tnjwUI to j ant so sowill sowill
will the credit for the thegood good poetwork work done by b the Legislature
of 1000 be shared by tfcoc wbo worked ftatrioUoally oucally 111 land handwith landwith aMida
with ida a fkb4 f < H ktj high r M JPCJ ci4t t j jthoN of ee and andthose 4
those who seemed 1111 to 0 have falter f fatitrarid and fallen by I J the dI dIIf wayIf way wayr
r y yIf >
If it were tree that to > out 01 ont 0 rottenness from the body bodypolitic hodipolitio bodypolitic
politic meant a taOlDe > momentary check to an unhealthy seeming seemingprosperity seemingprosperity inl inlproepwi1
prosperity I should bow not for 10 out o tsW momeat pt hesitate beIi to put putthe p ptJae putthe
the knife k > alfe to 0 tae corruption oonuptiauRoosevelt oonuptiauRooseveltwe Roosevelt RooseveltWe oIe1 I IWe
We attack only the corrupt men of wealth hla who find in inthe Intbe anthe
the purchased politician pobti lap the gto m Gft 4 eOeJet a instrument t of ofoorruption ofoorrupoa ofoorruptioa
oorruption and in the purchased p newspaper the moat effi efficient a aoloot eLolent ¬
cient defender of corruption oolruptlouaoolt oolruptlouaooltQtu Roosevelt RooseveltQua
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by a tiring sixtydays lht1 a and many ifhm ifhmHying l i eOIQr eoigrsflying eOIQrfiyiD8
flying under a full head of canvas oaavasrelating oa jltt k 4M 4Mrelating 6 6relating
relating to 0 the assessment of o railroad railroading rAU f fftlM a ftlM Vd Vdiar viding
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she Ibepa passed the stakeboat by a vote 10 o oThis of ofThis hW 1 1Th1a N
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This is a straight fair good bill and tnstgood > a t fain tiillrood J rs rsgood
good Governor cant uantdo do other than sign alpk it
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the end of the session ion Some Senators eat fi in the ti windowi nrlasdowasmoking windowismoking i do doImokiDl
smoking while others othe were chasing bula < < peeat pet toeasiire Mromgh Mromghthe tbroagh tbroaghthe lb lbtbe
the jangles jon le of the enrolling committee committeeSenator oolDtJaiueSenator committeeSenator
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Senator Cone introduced a reel resolution lutioa tf that jjfefRones be beasked beked beasked
asked ked to waive the rules ra1 and take up p SoiMttatttttlto the theuniform ther theuoiform
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uniform text book bill The resolution WS4 r earned d but b t the theHouse tbeHo heHouse
House Ho refused to take up the bill billThe btlLThe billThe <
The Cam bill however was passed 11 by IP tailse 4U and andcertified andoertifled sn i icertified
certified to the Senate Ben This is practically faduplicate f 4ap1qpit of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the Cone O M bill billThe 4 4The
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message me mea of the session 10 the same being bsitiging b bing iitit
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