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Ticket lost 110, 185

On petition of the Town Council of Georgetown, praying leave to

issue Bills of a less denomination than One Dollar 119, 130

On petition of Sarah E. Stone, of Spartanburg District, praying to

be refunded a double tax 121

On petition of Rev. A. W. Leland, to be refunded a tax illegally

collected GG, 75, 81, 85, 148, 165

On petition of Rev. J. II. Thoruwell and Rev. J. B. Adger, on the

same subj ect 148, 166

On resolutions in relation to the ]}auk8 of the State 148, 168

On abstract of Transient Poor supported or relieved by ihe City

Council of Charleston for the years 1860 and 1861 148, 168

On so much of Message No. 1 of the Governor, at the extra session,

as relers to the Banks and Loans on Cotton 148

On petition of a Committee of the Trustees of the Marine School •

of Charleston, for continuance of aid 148

FINANCE AND BANKS.

On report of the Joint Committee to examine the Bank of the State

of South Carolina 148

On report of the President and Directors of the Blue Ridge Rail-
road Company 148, 168

INCORPORATIONS AnD ENGROSSED ACTS.

On a Bill to amend the charter of the Union Light Infantry Char-
itable Society and Company 79

On a Bill to incorporate the Palmetto Lyceum of Charleston 79

On petition of the Mount Pleasant Ferry Company, and counter me-
morial and Bill on the same subject 98, 108

On an Act to Amend and Suspend certain portions of the Militia

and Patrol Laws of this State , 102

On memorial of Orange Lodge, No. 14, Ancient Free Masons, pray-
ing an Act of Incorporation 118, 129

On various petitions and memorials to incorporate certain Associa-
tions and Companies, and for other purposes 133



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On various memorials and petitions, askinp,' the incorporation of cer-
tain Religious and Charitable Societies, and Societies for the
Advancement of Education, and to renew and amend the char-
ters of others, heretofore granted 133

Reporting Acts of present session ready for ratification 217

JUDICIARY.

On House resolution in relation to printing the Journal and Ordi-
nances of the Convention ; 58

On report of the Commissioner of the Code 59

On so much of Message No. 1 of the Governor as relates to the em-
ployment of a Special Private Secretary 63, 69

On various presentments and petitions in relation to the stay of sales

and legal process 77, 112

On communication of J. S. G. Richardson, with 11th volume Equity

Reports 78, 86

On petition of McCarter & Dawson, for extension of time on their
contract for the republication of the South Carolina Law and
Equity Reports 91, 99, 125

On a Bill to repeal the third section of An Act for regulating the
Salaries of several Officers, and for other purposes therein men-
tioned 95, 107

On petition of certain persons summoned as Jurors at Lexington,

Fall Term, 1861, praying compensation 96

On petition of sundry citizens of Spartanburg District, praying that

the waste of corn by distilling be prohibited 106

On resolution in relation to the inexpediency of filling the vacancy
on the Chancery Bench occasioned by the election of Hon. B.
F. Dunkin to the Appeal Bench 144, 177, 209

On the petition of Richard Williams and wife, and others, praying

compensation for land escheated by the State 161, 165, 181, 209

On the petition of sundry inhabitants of Beaufort and Barnwell Dis-'
tricts, praying that tbe property of B. P. 0. Cohen be vested in
his widow and children 183

On the reports of the Solicitors of the Northern, IMiddle, Western
Southern, and Eastern Circuits, on ])istrict Officers and their
Offices 114, 129; 185

On resolution as to Indexing Reports and Resolutions 191, 209



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LEGISLATIVE LIBKARY.

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Report of Committee on 158, 181

On resolutiou ordering Clerks of Courts to furnish a copy of the
Acts and Resolutions of the General Assembly to the Chair-
man and Secretary of each of the Boards of Commissioners of
Roads, of Free Schools, and of the Poor ' 209

LUNATIC ASYLUIM AND MEDICAL ACCOUNTS.

On account of Dr. R. J. Muirhcad, for ^JosOnorfc7?i examination,

6-1, 79, 154
T. R. Aldrich, for post mortem examination... G8, 75
A. N. Talley, " " " 85, 90

J. II. Boatwright " " " 88, 111, 185

M. James Moore '' " *' 104

R. E. Cleveland, for medical services rendered

the State 88, 99, 101

" " for services rendered prisoners

in jail, and for jfost mortem examination,

110,116,185

On Message No. 2 of the Governor 114, 135, 209

On account of Dr. Wm. C. Freeman, for j)ost mortem examination,

141, 165

Edward B. Smith 153

Dr. A. N. Talley, for services redered prisoners in

jail 153, 169, 209

MILITARY AND TENSIONS.

Relative to placing two Cadetships at the disposal of General Beau-
regard 55

Relative to increase of pay of soldiers 65, 75

On petition of Martha McGraw, praying arrearage of pension,

65, 75, 141

On so much of the Governor's Message as refers to the appointment

of Provost Marshals 78, 137

On the report of the Board of Visitors of the South Carolina 31 il-

itary Academy 119^ 136

On the petition of the City Council of Columbia, to be refunded

money paid for the State 133, 162, 209





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Oq a resolution relative to the number of Pay and State Cadets in
the Military Schools, and in relation to a change of system,

161, 201

NEW STATE HOUSE.

On the petition of John A. Kay, praying the suspension of a cer-
tain suit against him in the name of the State 149, 169, 209

On the Annual Report of the Commissioner and Architect,

162, 193, 208

PRIVILEGES AND ELECTIONS.

. On a resolution as to the right of voting in more than one Election

District at the same time 59, 60

On the Presentment of the Grand Jury of Anderson, Spring Term,

177, 202
General Report of Committee, as to places of holding Elections, and

Managers of Elections 172, 183, 202, 212

ROADS AND BUILDINGS.

On the petition of sundry citizens of York District, praying for the
passage of an iict authorizing those using neighborhood roads
to use stone, dirt, timber, &c., for th3ir repair; also, counter
petition on the same subject 98, 108

On the petition of citizens of Darlington District, against the estab-
lishment of a new road 149

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRE-
SENTATIVES.

ACCOUNTS.

On a resolution instructing the Treasurer of the Lower Division to

pay over a former appropriation to Thomas C Moody 154

On the account of John C. Moody, Assignee 172, 208

On the report of the Comptroller General, on the Contingent Ac-
counts of the Upper Division 175, 187

CLAIMS.

On the account of McCarter & Dawson, for printing 76

W. W. Purse, for work done in the Representa-
tives' Hall 77, 93, 96

Dr. John G. Williams, for services rendered in
* the examination of a pauper lunatic^ 77^ 98, 09



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On the account of Dr. John Lake; foi" examination of pauper lunatic

77, 03, 99

E. R. Stokes, for book-binding...93, 99, 142, 170, 208
A. J. Burke, for printing Writs of Eipction...93, 99
Charleston Courier, for printing 93, 99

On the report of the Committee to assess the value of lands in Pick-
ens District 93, 99

On the account of E. J. McDaniel, for public printing,

93, 99, 142, 170, 208

Lancaster Ledger, " " ^ 106,136

Dr. Edward B. Smith, for examination of pauper

lunatic 142, 169

A. G. Eink, for public printing 142, 170, 208

Hayden & Whilden, for $45 142, 170, 208

R. S. Desportes, Administrator, for public print-
ing 142.170, 207

S. M. Boykin, R. K. Rutledge and W. F. Ervin,

Surveyors 172, 184, 208

R. W. Gibbes, for advertising and binding,

178, 184, 208

Gilbert & Darr, for public printing 178, 184, 207

On the petition of sundry Magistrates and Constables of Charleston
District 178, 190,

F. W. Moore 178, 184,

Newton Bramblett 178, 184,

On the account of Thaddeus C. Andrews, for public printing,

178, 184,

Yorkville Enquirer, for public printing, 178, 184,

Charleston Mercury, " " 178, 184,

A. S. Douglass, " " 178, 184,

On the petition of John A. AVagener, praying that sums be granted

to privates F. Ficken and John Klee ..178,

On the account of P. B. Glass & Co., for stationery 180, 184,

P. B. Glass, for stationery furnished the State,

180,
Isaac 11. Means, for work dona, 'in the office of

the Secretary of State. .^'1^

Ilammet & Machen, for advertising....

On the petition of sundry Magistrates and Constables of Charleston
District .'• 190,




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248 INDEX TO THE SENATE JOURNA]..

CONFEDERATE RELATIONS.

On the gtatemeut of property destroj^cd by order of Confederate Of-
ficers 119, 172i

On Message^No. 6 of liis Escellency the Governor, with the accom-
panying documents, communicating the action of the Legisla-
ture of the State of Georgia, appropriating one hundred thou-
sand dolkrs for the relief of the Charleston sufferers 161, 213|

EDUCATION.

On the report of the Trustees of the estate of Dr. De La Howe

for 1861.... 177, 185, 201

On the annual returns of the Commissioners of Free Schools for the

year 1801...^ 20(

SPECIAL COMMITTEE OF YORK AND LANCASTER DELEGATIONS.

On the report of John R. Patten, Agent of the Catawba Indians,

177,' 183, 20^
On a resolution to relieve J. Bennet Bissel from a double tax execu-
tion 20^

JUDICIARY.

On the petition of certain persons summoned as Jurors at Lexing-
ton, Fall Term, 1861 10]

On a resolution concerning removal of the public records and pris-
oners 14]

On a resolution of inquiry, as to the legality of a tax on dogs... 208, 2l|

On a resolution to appoint a Commission to devise a system of tax-
ation 2(

On a resolution forbidding the pressing of cases now standing on the
dockets of the Courts of Common Pleas, &c 2(

On a resolution instructing the Treasurer of the Upper Divisijn to
pay to A. Thomassou, Constable, the sum of §12 60 2^

MEDICAL COMMITTEE.

On the account of Dr. J. 0. Hagood, for attendance on prisoners in

jail 106, 127, II

Drs. Hill & Davis, for post mortem examination,

110, 11
On the account of Dr. E. R. Calhoun, for^os< mortem examination,

177, 184, 2(
Dr. S. CLatburn Brown, " " 177, 185, 2(






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