Appendix to the House and Senate Journals ..., Volume 28

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Consists of reports of state officers and departments issued as appendices to the House journals and the Senate journals from 1840 to 1867.
 

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Page 4 - April, eighteen hundred and sixty-five, under the act of April twenty-third, eighteen hundred and eight, and charged to the States and Territories, having been made for the maintenance and preservation of the Union, and properly chargeable to the United States, the Secretary of War is hereby authorized, upon a proper showing by such States of the faithful disposition of said...
Page 46 - ... and that until this can be done, they should be treated in a hospital connected with some prison, and not in the wards or in separate buildings upon any part of the grounds of an ordinary hospital for the insane.
Page 7 - Iron Mountain railroad company, an annual tax of ten per centum of all their gross receipts for the transportation of freight and passengers (not including amounts received from, and taxes paid to the United States), from the...
Page 8 - ... it shall be the duty of the General Assembly to provide by law, for the...
Page 17 - ... sometimes in two, three, or four counties, in case when felonies shall be committed in the marches of shires, so that the offenders may be attainted. And if the country will not answer for the bodies of such manner of offenders, the pain shall be such, that every country, that is to wit, the people dwelling in the country, shall be answerable for the robberies done and also the damages...
Page 17 - Ħind they that keep the town shall follow with hue and cry with all the town, and the towns near ; and so hue and cry shall be made from town to town, until they be taken and delivered to the sheriff.
Page 7 - October, 1866, to the 1st of October, 1868, and fifteen per centum thereafter, which tax shall be assessed and collected in the county of St. Louis, in the same manner as other State taxes are assessed and collected, and shall be appropriated by the General Assembly to the payment of the principal and interest now due, or hereafter to become due, upon the bonds of the State, and the bonds guaranteed by the State, issued to the aforesaid railroad companies.
Page 65 - ... be assessed and collected, and shall be appropriated for the payment of all such indebtedness that may have matured, and the surplus, if any, shall be set apart as a sinking fund for the payment of the obligations of the State that may hereafter become due, and fur no other purpose whatsoever.
Page 54 - Whatsoever ye would that others should do unto you, do ye also unto them.
Page 65 - ... of this constitution, there shall be levied and collected an annual tax of one-fifth of one per centum on all real estate and other property and effects subject to taxation, the proceeds of which shall be applied to the payment of the interest on the bonded debt of this state as it matures, and the surplus, if any, shall be paid into the sinking fund and thereafter applied to the payment of such indebtedness, and to no other purpose.

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