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INDEX TO VOLUME TWENTY-ONE.

ADAMS. Oeo. A., a Representative from Mor- s-an. His motions,.......14-1, 160, 211, 248, 265, 296. R^nuuks...^. 74, 108, 134, 14^ 165, 170, 183, 187, 18.-', 212, 248, 252. 2:34. 2(36, 271, 296. Bills 3o, 49, 80, 100, 155, 177. Kesolutlons 12, 252. ADKISON. L. D., a Senator from Howard and Miami. His motions 71, 105, 147, 157, 1';" '."". 18.1, IW, 200, 225, 267, 274, 275, 287. >;-;,;;;;.-. 34, til, 199, 201, 214, 226, 231, 263,' Bills 28T35, 58, 61, 62, 72, 144, 174, 293. Resolution 72. AKIN, Charles T., a Representative from Sullivan. HLs motions.. ,101, 188, 248, 2^4, 2.70, 2,1, , Bills, 32, 69, 100, 182. ANIMALS at Lar^e..see Stock at Large. Cruelty to 71... we S. 84. ANTRIM, N. N., a Representative from Miami. His motions 13, 40, 247 298. Remarks 13, 54, 129, 170, 2u2. 218, 236, 240, 283, 289. Bills 31, 48, 80. APPEALS from the decision of the Chair,. .243, 291, 296. APPELLATE Court 258.. see H. R. 37. APPOINTMENTS by the Ck)yernor. .see Exec- utive Appointments. APPROPRIATIONS,General. ..137, 160, 163, 164, K5. I^t, 195, IS'6, 207, 208, 209, 210, 215, 210, 217, 221, 232, 24*3, 217, 255, 274. 276, 294, 295, 2''8 APPRO Pia ATIONS, -Specific... .2S5, 248, 252, 270, 2.-V). W. ATTACHMENT ordered for a Witness 137. ATTORNEYS FEE OD Notes 64. AUDITOR of Stated bond 290. BARR, John H., a Representative from Hun- tinston. His bills 31, 100. Resolutions 177, 192. BANKRUPT Law 50, 53, 51. J3EESON, M. 0., a Representative from Wayne. His remarks 79, 198, 241, 242. Billfi 32. 55, 100, 177. KELL. Kobc'rl (.'.. a Senator from Alien an ^VInlh'y. His motions...!(, 14, 15. 27, S3 58, 62, 63, 78, 82. 95, 97, 98 li1! ; 1', i-'r; 141, 162, 163, 184. 1^7, I0;') 5:;ti " ' 210, 222, 223, 22(i, -^,s, ^ii, 23::;, 1:1 i 261, 263, 265, 274, 275, 281, 286, 2o7, 1.^, 2y2\ 294. Remarks.. 15, 16, 27 34, 35, 50, 51. 56, 57, 62, 63, 67, 68, 78, 92, 121, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 131, 137, 142, 146, 147, 163. 176, 184, 185, 186, 190, 201, 206, ^13, 214, 214. 215, 217, 222, 22(3, 231, 232, 233, 243. 251, 255, 256, 257, 2c2, 274. 281, 286, 2S7, 293. ,Bills ... ^, 51, 58, 86, 140, 143, 157,'161, 174, 187. 2;}.'!, 287. Resolution?; 34, 51, 246, 292. BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS, 10, 33, 71.,72, 76, 87, 92, 105, 135, 136 195, 197, 198, 199, 231. BENZ. J , a Senator from ('r;iwi'onl, Ifarrlson, and Orange. His motions ,;5, til. 7.S 114, 119, 131, 158, 176, 20L\ 22^, 22S, 238, 2^. 267, 292. > . Kcniarks. .41. 7';. 137, 1(^, 163, 221, 222, 238 Uills'2,-<, 13, 5S, 140, 143, 161 Resolution 42. BEST, Doak li., a Representative from Stenbeu. His remarks 54, 102. 137, 138, 165, 229, 236 Bills 32, 40, 48, 69, 228, 229, 274. BILLS become Lawsnumbers and titles of 298, 299, 300, 301, 392. BISCHOWSKY, Francis V.. a Senator from Vigo. His motions 157, 181, 205,' 262, 287 Remarks 38, 83. 2-58 Bills 28, 83, 132 143, 180, 243. BOARD OF HEALTH..see Health. BOWEKS. Andrew J., a Re]resell tative from Fnitiklin. Dearborn and Kip Icy. . . .Hia remarki- k,-i 177, 203, 276, 283. Bills3i), 60, 69. Resolution 41. BRAZELTON, John, a Representative from Jennin^- I111* motions 58, 212, 228. Remark.'i 102, 108, 166. Bills 40, 177. Resolutions 41, 80. BKEVIEK LEGISLATIVE REPORTS 236, 271, i.^:*',. '2yS. 303, 304. page: 306[View Page 306] RT?nrTC<.s 'Mhori w" -A T?pi-ii-.-i-n*-iiiv.- iroin ' COMPTON, Isaac M., a Senator from Clay and Alien Hi^ motion <^>'up'" 'l>lu\t lton1 Owen. His motions 9, 26, 27, 33, 157, 180, Rills-)'1^ ' 184. 194, 231, 237, 263, 267, 279. -Dills 1^1 l->a | Remarks 213 263 BROWN, Jason B., a Senator from Jackson and Bills 35, 58. '61, 62. 120 Jennuu?s_ His motions.. .10, 15, 16, 26, 27, Resolutions 37. 65. fi^.3!4^,?^3^^3^^^2'!5^ ^?),77^1>;<)l 19^/1^,' CONGRESSIONAL, Redistricting, 232, 233. 2i)l^ 2i)5^ 2i7^ 22^ 223^ 22ti', 227', 231', 232^ 233^ j CONSTITUTION A L AMENDMENTS. . It, 15, 287'. 2^8, '293. " )' " "^' "''" ^' 1 " " ' j ^^ i'l^/'jo.^'K^,' '1^5 to'118^ 121 to'134,' 137^ Remarks 10, 15, 2;;, 27^, 37. 42. 43, 49, 51, 63, 13S. 13:, lti5. 224, 229, 248, 253. 67. 6S, 72, 73. 76, 77, 7''', 7!), 87. 88, 91, 92, P< )\'sTlTl'Tl<)N'\T Convention 167 105 10-) 107 120 130 132 136 137 141, 142 ^onvennon iu/. W 117 1,;2 1^ 186' 190 191 196 W 200 CONTESTED ELECTION 50, 63. 66, 67, 68, 214, 20I'. 2 PL 2-i}\ _'2l'. 2:;2,1 238, 244, 246,' 249. 259, j 221, 274, 279, 280. 279. 293, 2.);';. ! CONTRACT CONVICT LAP>OR 57, 93, 94.200, Bills Iff; 2>S, 35, 51. 73, 83^ 130;, 132, ; 229, 244, 245, 246, 249, 250. 274, 292, 294. Resolutions 14, 42, 97, 217, 2iil. ^COPELAND. ^Vm. M., a. Representative from .BKYAVr, DeWittC., a Kenresentatlve I'rom ; Jett'erson. His inot ions 80. 88, 236, 265 Clinton His motions 52, 58, 59, 79. Remarks 54, 88, 89. 203. 236, 276. Trills 116, 177, 224, 277. Bills 36, 40, 46, 154 BUNDY. Eli^enc It., a Senator from Henry Resolutions 16, 21.s. Delaware and Randolph. Hi? motions 10 \ r\ ^^^^c,r\^' ^vr ^r , ^ f -n ^ irt 97 '-t-> i7 4^ -^ ">( n- f>i 7'1 ^n 77 |DA\Tl)SOTs, ^ m. H., a Senator from Fulton 78 79 ^ ^ S6 94 ^- -' }''} '}/> lit i and Marshall. His motions 82. 86. %, %),^4. ?95^0; 210^221; 2^: 223: 2^ ; ,H^"^ks 148. 169, 207, 217, 225, 226. 227. 232. 243, 244, 247, 281, 28i>, 287, 28it, 292 j p ^'i'1:- '2'.l4 - - , . HJm;'irks 10, 27. 34. 37, 42, 66, 72, 73. 77, 92 11)AVTS. F.n^-.-iiins 'W., a Representative'from 9-1. 122, 13:1. 132, 162. 175. 17)5, 191, ]9.">, 1;)6 ! Lapo'-te. His motions 11, 35. Resolutions 33,'97,'213,1 256.'2;t4. i DECEDENTS ESTATES i;';. 1-1;, 181.182,213 BUREAU OF STATISTICS 19i;. i DECENT OF H El KS 1^ BYXUM; Wilnam I), a R.-prescntative from DEEM, John A., a Representative from Henry. _M-aT!on. r.ic^reci[^pca,K<'i n. His motions 159. 160, 165, 172, 224, 229, 234, His motions ,vi. 1!).^. g'^rt 9(n RemaAs...ll, 12, 117, 118, 182, 197, 295, 296, Remarks'., .53, 64, 80, 133, 159, 198, 212, 218, Ztlo. 994 971 Decisions of the Chair 13,235, 291, 298. Bills 3T,li0, 154, 228. CABRAGE. James W., a Representative from Resolutions 12. 80. Warrick. Hisremarks 5 i. 59. DOG-LAW275s(;t!H.K.51. Se'sol'ift'ioT^Q DOORKEEPE?-;S..28. 34, 51, 77, 82, 83, 91, 243- OAM^SnJosj^i^nK,tJo<ns^^^^^lfl2401 Do^^^ingf78' 274 .^ s' 85, DUXCAN, William C. a Senator from Brown, Re'narks 13, 34. 138, 19S, 211, 240, 270, 271. Bills 5-2, 100. 22;), 257. Resolution 70. Mouroe and Bartholomew. His motions 35, 73, 82, 91, 105, 130, 157, 176, 184, 207, 232, 268, 274, 275, 279. Remarks....77. 78, 91, 115, 136, 141, 147, 148, 176, 207, 213, 214, 225, 238, 243, 268, 274, 279, Bills 28, 39. 51, 58, 143, 180. Resolutions 28, 32, 141. CAMPBELL. Marvin. a Senator from St. Jo- seph and Starke. His morions .. .1 !',>, 119, Remarks'.. .16, "43.'51 .* 1]i7: i'!9,' 120,' 131,' 1+1, 1 163, 168, ISO. 1S:, lifl. ::D,). 201, 214, 217, 221. 222, 227, 2:^ 231*, 2!,'), 2)!, 257, 262, 274, 286, 287, 294. 2!5 ELECTIONCongressional, xiii district 33, 50, ' Bills 28, 132, 11!), ll;7. 51, 119, 120, 180, 185. 186, 190, 191, 192. Resolutions 16. 50, 51. 28,s. ELECTION of Senate^Doorkeeper 10, 141, 242, CAPITO L.. sec State Ho iise. 244. CARR. Wm.. a Representative from 'Whitley. ELECTION of Senate Secretary 9, 244, 246 His motions 11, 73. Librarian and Prison D ir.'.'iiii-s "'s. Bills 40. 73. 210. Ciliefoi liiireau 01 Staiisisi.-^ 2.H. CHANDLER. Morgan, a Representative from 1 ELECTION STICKERS 159 see H R 209 Hancock. His hills ,-!(, 22,s. ' Pn'eiiu-ts l.s<..-;cu H. R. 79. CHAPMAN. Geo. M., iii memoriam, 14, 44, 45. ELECTIVE FRANCHISE ^..geeS. 154. CHIT TEN DEN, Erastus L.. a Representative VJ yV D-ivnl -i T^pnrpspTit-itivp frnm A^'iTnt? froin Alien His motions 11, 252. - md liv H?s motion^ 11 95 Ad<ims J^lls55, 79, 150, 152. Bills 55,'79, 177. ' k < COMMITTEE Clerks-Senate 33, 78. EQUAL SUFFRAGE, .see Womens Suffrage. Joint 33 | ERNEST, Joshua, a Senator from Knox and (o,iinence -,t,->, ^n . i Sullivan. His motions 105, 119, 181. COMMITTEES-Senatey). 27 | 1^1128. Spe^iSl^Se^att1' 105, 1(7 157 !75, i EXECUTIVE APPOINTMENTS 76, 77, 82, 92, 214, 21;), 280, 285, | y:i- l'!1' \{'^' l^l, 288. Special-House ^T^2^, 4b, 101, EXI'LANATIONS, Personal54, 68, 88, 181, 191, 149, 177, 229, 26t?, -'' 275,291. EXTI^A ALLOWANCES 292, 294,295. page: 307[View Page 307]FAULKNER, Chester R , a Senator from Ripley and Franklin. His motions. .37, 49, 78, 76, 105, 119, 179, 19.5, 223, 2-J3, 265. Remarks....50, 58, 68, 163, 195, 221, 222, 223, 232, 257, 263. 293 Bills 29, 120, 158, 174. FEEBLE-MINDED Asylum 229, 252. FEES AiND SALARIES 34, 41, 97, 152, 153, 154, FENCES-LAWFUL, 94, 95..seeH.R. 165. FEKKITFK. John G., a Representative from Murion. His i^ils 46, 69, 155. FISHER. Merman, a Representative from Pike and Dubois. IIiri bills 96, 151. FLEECE, Jacob II., a Representative from Hendricks. His motions 11, 65. Remarks 139, 165. 212. Bill 46. Resolution 12. FLEMING. Jackson, a Senator from Fountain and Warren. His motions 61, 119. Bill 51. FLETCHER, Win. B., a Senator from Marion. His motions...43, 61, 86, 105, 119, 158, 162, 179, 186, 194, 233, 237, 268, 287. Remarks..45, 181, 227, 233, 238, 251, 268, 281, 285. Bills....29, 35, 39, 43, 58, 61, 72, 77, 120, 180. 275. Resolution 158. FLOOD SUFFERERS.... 201, 202, 203. 210, 219, 222, 225, 229, 232, 233, 238. FOULKE, Win. D., a Senator from Wayne. His motions 26, 33, 35, 58, 73, 76, 77, 82, 83, SS. 105, 119, 120, 137, 111, 162. 168, 1!SO, 181, 2.11. 20:i. 207, 214, 249, 250, 255, 266, 275, 280. 2.S1, 294. 295. Remarks 15, 16, 34, 38, 39, 43, 63. 67. 68, 71, 72, ^7, W, 92, 93, 99, 100, 106, I3S. 135, 136, 137. 112, 113, 168. 181, 185, 191, 20i). 210, 226, TF %, 244, 246,'255, 269, 280, 181, 285, 286, 1 ' 10, 29, 35, 39, 43, 61, 62, 132, 141, 143, ! II-, 161, 1^0, 255. Resolutions 14, 34, 39, 77, 141, 142, 147, 294. FOSTEK, Thomas, J., In memorium 51, 63, 64. FRAZKK, Ephraim S , a Representative from Rush. His motions 16, 30. Remarks 198, 240. Bill 177. J^RAZI^R, Wm. D., a Representative from Kos- cuisko and W^abash. His motions. .11, 12, 48, 52, 79, 10S, 150, 172, 1^2. 19:.;, 197, 202, 218, 230,235, 2-17, 248. 252. 2()4, 271, 27-S, 28;';. 291, 296. Remarks.... 13, 53. 75. 108, 160, 182. 183, liS7, 187, 197, 236,247, 258, 259. 24. 271, 276, 277, 296. Bills 32, 36, 40, 41, 65, 80, 155, 228. Resolution 277. FREE ROADS 167, 168, 200 289. FURNAS, Orlando, a Representative from Johnson. His motion 11. OANTZ, John, a Representative from Noble. His remarks 165. GERBER, F.li B , ;i, Representative from Elk- hart, Noble aiKi Dekalb. His bills 36, 80, 154. GENUNG, William R., a Representative from Gibson. His'motions 11, 152. Bill 100. GIBSON. George H. D., a Represent alive from dark. His motions..12, 25, 30. 35, 52, 58, 94. 133, 145, 165, 172, 203, 234, 24H, 270, 272, 2'.". . 1^, 2'.n. R( '. , 127. 144, 170, 183, 202, 218, 219, ^. .., 236, 259, 270, 271, 276, 283, 288, 29. Bills 31, 40, 41, 80, 100. GILMAN, Wm. W.. a Representative from Newion and Jasper. His motions.. .11, 65, 160. Remarks 64, 152, 218, 224, 230, 248, 289. Bills 31, 65, 100, 177. Resolution 152. GORDON, John R , a Representative from Putnam. His motions... .101, 126, 149, 165. 182, 187, 218, 248, 260, 264, 265, 272, 2!S9, 291. Remarks ..,53, 59, 75, 108, 133, 149, 170, 187, 188, 218. 219. 2^0, 242, 259, 21*5. Bills3ii. 4,S ,^0, 177. 22i">. Resolution 64. GOVERNORS MESSAGES 17, 25, 33, 220, 232. 239, 28-i, 296, 297. GRAND JURORS 144. GRAHAM, John, a Representative from Mon- roe and Brown l!i1- motions.,. .159, 210, GRAHAM. Robert, a S'ii;>tor from Tipton and Hamilton. His mot ions.... 10, 78, 120, 163, Remarks 37. y. 43, 67. 6-i,' 73. 76. 7.S, ^2, 92, 97, 13). 1SS, 1,^). 1!5, 200. 207, 2i4. 216, 221, 227, 237, 210, 244. 246, 263. 268, 269, 281, 286. liills 29, 39, 92, 106, 174, 186. Resolutions 38, 180, 295. GREENE, Bazil L., a Representative from Dubois and Martin. His motions..13, 149, 160, 247. 271. Bills 40, 46, 80, 155. HAM, Geo. W., a Representative from Tipton. His motions 65, 264, 288. Remarks 159, 258, 283. Bill 70. HANNA, Thonia.s, from rntnam. Lieutenant Governor, e.\-olicio President of the Sen- ate Ilis motions ,S7, 294, 295. Remarks..;. 10, 26, ;',7. ;-)!, 56. 71, 77, 82, 92, 94. 95, ;5, 13(1, 142. 143, 146, 147, 195, 217, 244. 264. 2!>5. 2-)(>, 2i'3, 274, 291, 293. Rulings.... 10. 37, 51. 77, 78, 79, 141, 142, 167, 196, 227, 243, 250, 269. HANSON, Milton, a Representative from Ham- ilton. His motions 79, 149, 150, 160. Remarks 138. Bills 31, 65, 154. Resolution 229. HEALTH, State Board of, 218..see H U. 261. HEFFREN. Horace, a Reprcseii1;ilivc from Washington. His motions.... 11. 12, 1:;, 25, 40, 46. 4,s, 52. 5:i. 7n, 7;i. i^O, W, 102. 132, 137, 13S, ];};>, l(i(), 165, 182, LS3, 1L2, 197, 202, 203, 211, 217. 21i>, 224, 229, 23l>, 234, 235, 247, 248, 257, 2(i;t. r(i4, 265. 2b6, 270, 271, 276, 277, 283, 2,S(. 2W, ^;i. 298. Remarks 4iS. 64. 68, KS, 95, 101, 102, 108, 109, 110,111, 112, 113, 144, 145, 149, 150, 152, 160, lfi4, LS3, 1^7, 192, ]!f7, 2(13, 211, 212, 21.S, 224, 241, 247, 258, 259, 264, 276, 277, 282, 2.S3, 291. Bills 13, 32, 36, 39, 40. 52, 54, 70, 73, ^ 100, 229. Resolutions 12, 16, 55, 70, 152, 159. HELMS, Alexander S.. a Representative from Grcciu-. His remarks 183. HENDERSON, Alex. H , a Representative from Starke and St. Joseph. His remarka..l3, 242. Bills 32, 48, 228. Resolution 6,9 HENRY, diaries L , a Senator from Grant and Madison. His motions 10, 82, 105, 162, 163, 167, 169, 175. 176. 18(1, 195, 20'!. 207, 238, 250, Tlem;irk.s34, 3iS, 42. (';2.' (i7,'68, ,S,C 92, 97, 121, 131, 132, 136, 142, 147. 1<;2, 163. 168, 169, 175, 233^ 238,' 243,' 2(>;L 269.' 275,'' 279,' 285,' 2iS7,1 293" Bills 29, 86, 106, 167. Resolutions 292, 295. page: 308[View Page 308]HILL, James, a Senator from Jefferson. Hia I remarks 249. \ HILLIGASS, Wm. J., a Senator from Hunt-' inglon and Wells His motions... 42, .'56, ! 71,73, 130, 148, Kit, 169, 175, 200. 22?. Remarks. ...34, 3:s, 44, 78, 78, 83, 131, 1,36. 137, 141. 146. 14S. lrJ7, 168,. 169. 175, 186, 200, 214. 21(i. 221, 22n, 232, 24gs, 243, 250, 28^. Bills 29. .y>, ,">9, 6-', 73. 143, 161 174, 196. Resolutions 16, 77. HOLLER, Christian, a Representative from St. Joseph. His remarks 138, 212, 260. Bills 32, 69, KM), 155, )77. Resolutions 230, 284. HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION 183, 222. HOOVER, Frederick, a Senator from Boston, , Newton and Jasper. His motions 56, 105, 119. 1,'>7, 175, 261 Remarks ti7. 249 Bills 161. 174, ISO. ' HORSE-THIEF Detectives 78. .see 8. 8?. HOSTETTER. Henry, a Senator from Lagrange ami Noble. Hia motions 58, 82. HOUSE OF REFUOE, 28, 136, 137, 162, 168, 179, 218, 239, 247. HOWARD, Francis M.. a Senator from Decatur and Slielhv His motions 169, 243. Remarks 43, 50, 225. Bill 234. Resolution 213. HOWLAND, Elisha J., a Representative from ^LAND. Elisha J., a Representativt Marion. His motions 102. 116, 160. ), 203, 223, 224, 236. Remarks 138, 160, 203, 223, 224, 236, Bills 48, 69, 80, 155, 177, 228. 155, 177, 228. Resolution 29^. HUSTON, James N., a Representative from Fayettc and Union. His motions. .61, 79, 235, 289. Remarks.. .52, 13, 198, 202, 264, 271, 276, 283, 289. Bills 40, 48, 55, 80, 96. Resolutions 52, 79, 224, 282. HUTCHINSON, Wm. B., a Senator from Laporte. His motions 168, 195, 205. Bills 29, 38. Resolutions 28, 267, 290. INSANE ASYLUM. 159, 205, 206, 226, 227, 231, 233. INSURANCE COMPANIES Foreign. 275. Mntiiiti Lif-r 2,S2, 2W. INSURANCE STATEMENTS Publications 224. JEWETT, Ch-.irk's I.., a Representative from Clarke. Srolt and Flovd. His motions 12, of, o4. 70. i-iO, ^3, 89, 108, 116, 133, 134, 137, 149, I'Jit, h'-4, 168, 171, 172, 173. 182, 192. 193, 202, 203, 210, 217, 219, 224, 229, 230, 234, 241, 242, 217, 24.S, 260, 264, 271, 277, 290. 291, 298. R'-ma'.-k.s 12, 13, 52. 53. 55, 59, 64, 74, 88, 94, 101, 102. 108, 144, 149, 159, 160, 164, 170, 182, 1W, 192, 197, 2i2. 203, 210, 212. 219, 224, 236, 241, 242, 247, 248. 253. 258. 266, 270, 277, 283, 290, 291, 295. Bills..31. 40, 48, 60, fi9, p;i, !54, 172, 210, 224. Resolutions 13, 202, 351. JOINT CONVENTIONS 17, 94, 95. 291. JOHNSON, Francis, a Senator from Tippecanoe His motions .. 73, 82. 97. 147, 162, 174, 175, 18-1, 265, 275, 281, 286: Remarks 57, 87, 88, 98, 99, 139. 181, 185, 201, 206, 207, 215, 216, 217, 244, 245, 249, 275, 285, 293. Bills 39, 5S, 132, 143, 161, 174, 180, 227. Resolutions 57, 130, 2i4. ' JOURNAL, Correction of the, 146. JUDGES, pro. tern. 62. .see H. R. 1.50. JURY TRIAL, 74, 75. 187, 188. JUSTICE JURISDICTION 64. JOHNSTON, Columbus, a Senator from Dear- born, Ohio and Switzerland. His motions 105 263. Bill 58. Resolution 28*.~ KANKAKEE RIVER SURVEY, 38, 56. KEISER, Jacob, a Senator from Carroll, White andPulaski. His motions 82, 163, 175, 180, 2o7, 261, 28j, 288, 291. RemarkH 44. 131, 141, 148, 217, 289, 293. Bills 38, 143, 175. -'.',' Reriolution 42. i. . KENNEDY, John B., a RepreeeutaUve from Ripley. His moLiona 11, 202. -" Bills 40, 228. KESTER, Isaac N., a Representative from Vigo. His motions 59, 94, 95. Remarka 95, 212, 230. Bill 100. KIRKPATRICK, Truman, a Representative from Benton and White, His bMs 36, 73, 155, 229. Resolution 13. ' KNOWLES, Wm., a Reprwentative from Parke His remarka 138. Resolution 41. LIBEL, 74. LICENSEsee Liquor Traffic, LINDLEY, John H., n Senator from Parke and Vermilion. His motions 71, 119, 184. Bill 73. LOCKRIDGE, Simpson F., a Senator from Hendricks and Pulman. His motions 76, 131, 213, 237, 286, 288. Remarks 200, 225, 237, 27?, 280, 286, 2&S. Bills 61, 73 LIQUOR TRAFFIC 152. MACARTNEY. France, a Senator from Steu- ben and Dekalb. Hi^ moUoas 175, 228, 268, 287. Remarks 175, 213, 268. Bills 29, 30, 38, 61, 161. MAGEE, Rufus, a Senator from Casa. Elected President pro tern. of tlie Senate 292. His motions ....57, 67, 71, 77, 95, 162, 163, 169, 176. 179. 180, 196, 214. 217, 221, 223, 227, 232, 251, 262, 2*J7, 275, 281, 2S5, 2S7, 293. Remarks 13, 77, 78, .ss, l3o, 14!, 163, 168, 169, 176, 195, 196, 201, 205, 206, 207, 214, 217, 221, 226, 227, 232, 237, 213, 256, 2o7, 269, 281, 286, 292, 293. Bills. 38, 39, 43, 72, 73, 140, 143, 161, 180. Resolutions 43, 78, 295. MARSH. Henry, a Representative from Madi- -.011, Hancock nd Henry. His motion 11. MARTIN COUNTY Official 97, 159, 242, 251. MARTIN, John, claim of 186, 252. MARVIN' Henry M , a Senator from Boone and Uniton. His nt0tu)iis.. .10, 42. 71, 76, Kein;^ks 34,'42, '63, 72,"l2i,T24, "135, 136, 141, 147, 148, 162, 163, 169, 175, 206, 214, 217, 221, 227, 238, 287, Bills 38. 72, 106. Resolutions 34, 292. MAUCK, William D , a Representative from Harrison. His billa 46, 66, 154, 228. MAY, Heher J., a Senator from Spencer and Perry. His motions.,51, 114, 262, 27^, 281, 287, 288 Remarky 93. 144, 115, 225, 238. Bills 39, 51, 58, 61, 8(5, 10. 121. MELLETT, Joanna E., aRepi-eneiitat-ive from Delaware His remarkri 133, 144, 148, 182. 19S, 202, 211, 212, 230, 23-4, 235, 241, 259, 282, 2>-<9 Bills 55. SO, 96, 177, 188, 224, Re olution 35 MEREDITH, Henry C., in memorium 96, 116, 197, 198. MERINO, Luther M , a Representative t rom Wayne. His motionri 116, 197, 248, 266. I-temarka 197, 198, 236, 248. Billa 39. 170. Reaolution 96. page: 309[View Page 309] METROPOLITAN POLICE BILL ...46, 47, 48. 167, 182, 223, 234. 268, 269..see II. R. 133. MEXICAN SOLDIERS, 58, 68, 69, 70. MICHIGAN CITY HARBOR 43, 57. MILLER, Albert, a Representative from Frank- lin. His motion 11- MOCK, Levi, a Keprt'sentatlve from Jay, Adams and V/elLs liis moiions75. 2.11, 265. Ikiinarks 53, 6-!, 74, 134, 145, 159, 197, 212, 242, 257, 259, 2iJO, 2iS3, 290. Bills 32. 3o, 3'-, 4V, 55, 73, 172, 224. MONTGOMERY, John S., a Representative from O'/en. His remarks 12, 53, 64, 64, 95, 212,219, 224, 230, 235, 241, 242, 247,. 253, 260, 282. 290. Bills 31, 3y, 40, 69, 80, 203. Resolutions 12, 13, 35, 36, 41, 100. MOODY, Daniel D., a Representative from Dekalb. His motions 12, 35. 156, 160, 187, 2o.(, 266, 271. remarks....41, 74, 95, 108, 116, 117, 149, 165, 171, 187, 188. 203, 211 ^ 218, 219, 230, 241, 248, 257, 264, 270, 283, 290, 291. '' * Bills 96, 153, 1&4, 177. Resolution 12. MOZIER, Cyrus F., a Representative from Elkliart. His'.bills 36, -ir;. 52, 80, 154. Resolutions 40, 298. MUTZ, Ja^ob, a Representative from Shelby. His remarks..48, 6U, 162, 212, 218, 224, 240, 242. Bills 35, 39, 48 69, 100, 177, 228. McCLURE,.David,-a Senator from-Clarke and and Scott. His motions... .61, 73, 82, 169, 255, 281, 286, 288. Remarks 61, 72, 121, 131, 238, 249, 25S. Bills 61, 174. McCORMICK, P. H .^a Representative from Bartholomew. His moiions 25^, 2G3, 205. Remarks 252 271. Bills 80, 152, 154, 172. McCLELLAND, James, a Representative from Lawrence. His bills 69, 154, 228. McCLELLAND, Marquis L., a Representative from Porter. His bills 126, loo. MCCULLOUGH, James E., a Senator from Gibson and Posev His motions... .61, 67, 73, 105, 137, 180, 185, 214, 223, 239, 243, 250. 261 279, 2SO, 287. Remarks... .34, 63, 67, 99, 137, 176, L^o, 186, 191,192,200, 205, 232, 239, 261, 263, 280, 293, 294. Bills 29, 61, 73, 121. Resolutions 50, 63. McHENRY, Joseph I)., a Kepre-ientative from Alien. His motions 52, 242. Remarks 89, 165, 212. Bills 45, 145. MCINTOSH, Jacob P.. a Senator from Greene and Daviess. His motions 73, 91, HA'), 111, 130, 194. 201, 210, 217, 267, 2S6. 295 Remarks.... 43, 82, 91, 121, 131. 141, 175. 195, 201, 214, 222, 255, 274, 281. 2<Sy. 2W Bill 1?.2. Resolution 51. McMULLEN, Hugh D., a Representative from Dearborn His motions 25. 52. 59, 74, 79, 89, 94, 108, 160, 170, 171, 172, 192, 193, 197, 241, 291. Remarks.. 48, 74, 139, 170, 192, 197, 230, 247, 2ri0, 2'2, 290, 295, 296. Bills 31, 36, 69, 155. 177 Resolutions 12, 13, 48, 69. NAVE, Joseph 8 . a Representative from Foun- tain. His motions 11, 74. Bills 36, 40, 80, 224. NEAL A CO., Claim 3f, 170, 171. NULL, Lycurgus 8., a Senator from Alien. His remarks 176. Billa 69, 86, 161, 232. I OBSTRUCTIONS IN STREAMS 274. I seeH.R.277. ; OVERSTREET. Gabriel, a Senator from Mor- gan and Johnson. Hly motion... 162, 174, 175, -27 L ^!. ' ; Remarks (W, 2.'s0, 293. ; Bills 29, 30, 72. I PATTEN, James B., a Representative from ' Knox, Sullivan'and Grecne. His motions 1 35, 52, 79. 80, 108, 145, 150, 164, 170, 18S, 1!)^. '202, 203. 218, 229, 247, 248, 253, 266, 270, 271. '27^ Re marks..,',;(. 54. 74, 88, 94, 95, 108, 164, lfi">, 171, 1S3. 2l''2, -^12 219, 22t>, 234. 236, 2-10, 241, 2-17, 24>S. 2;2, 2,'><. 2l>4. 265, 270, 276, 277, 2S3, Bills 32, 60, 2;U; PAGES 10, 16, 26, 36. 42, 48, 71, 280. PAY EVERY MONTH 240, 24t.. PENSIONS and Biiunties 35, 40, 96. PEKROITTE, H. S , in mernorium 13. PETERS, Georee W., a Representative from Fulton and Pulaski. His remarks 138, 139. Bill 224. , , . . Resolutions 41, 60. PETTI RONE, Harvey, a Representative from Lake. His remarks 69, 156. Plll 100. PETITION'S for prohibitory amendment to the ((institution 56, 61, 64. 71, 73, 82. ^6. ^l. 105, 114, 119, 130. 179, 224, 229, 267. against repeal of the public, health acl 86, 105, 119, 140, 157, 162, 174, 179, 184, 194. for its repeal 147, 184. concerning contract convict, labor 157, 162, 174, 179, 1S4. for Increase of teachers institutes' fund 42, 61, 69. 71. against sex disfranchisement 56, 61, 71, 105 to encourage the militia 162. 179. for medical legislation 179, 194. POINTS OF ORDER decided 10, 37, 51, 72, 77i 7S. 79. 141, 142, 167, 169, 222, 223, 227, 235, 243, 2,')l, 294. PORTER, FitzJohn, 43, 44. PRICE, James vl.. a Representative from Clay. His remarks 126. 127, 165, 271. i Bills SO, 95, 153. i PRISON DIRECTORS, 38, 162, 179. | PROHIBITION amendment 42. 43. ! PROMISSORY NOTES, eot., 171, 172, 173, 182, ; 2 [I, 2i2, 271. .^(-. H. K. 26. | PROTESTS 217, 226, 2^9, 292, 298. | PRUITT. John'F., a Representfttive from Van- ! derburgh. His bills 52, 70, 155, 177. 1 PULSE, Oscar L., a Representative from Deca- | tur. His bills !53, 182. ' RAHM. 'Wm. Jr., a Se;i;tor from Vanderburgh. i His motionh,...S2, 195. 233, 239 274. 285, 287, : 294 j Remarks.. 76. 163, 169. 1%. a>;i. 206, 22':, 238, . 256, 268. 274, 2^. Bills 29, 30, 37, 61, 131, 132, 157. | RAILROAD AID 218..see H. R IS. ( CROSSINGS 244. FENCES LW ?'ec: S. 42. TAKIEE 23 y. 257, 2y2, 263. j REFORM SCHOOL for Boys 239, 240, 247. REFORMATORY SEWER 62. 63, 233. RE-LOCATION OF COUNTY SEATS 102, 107, 165, 281 REPORTS ST'PKEME COURT 101. RICHMvDSON, EdA.-i.ri; l\. a Senator from Warrick and Pike. Hid motions 119, 281. Bill 72. ,, Resolution 294. ' page: 310[View Page 310] RISTINE, Theodore H., a Senator from Mont- gomery. His motions 76, 91, 114, 175, 194, 206, 228. 267, 274, 281, 287. Remarks.... 38. 73. 78, 106, 121, 136, 148, 162, 163. 20(i. 211. 222, 226 Bills 29, 30, 39. 43, 51, 58, 148, 174, 175. Resolutions 38, -12, 292 KOAD PROTECTION (52, 214 ROADS AND HI<THWAYS 78, 97. 28. 131, 154, 162. 1(53, 169, 175, 176, 200, 241, 242, 243. ROBERTSON. (eo A , a Representative from Jackson. His bills 1;-)4. 177, 228. ROBINSON. Frederick, J. S.. a Representative troni ('lav, Putnam and Hendricks. His motions 204, 283. Remarks 54, 164. 192. Bills 46, 65. 80, 95, 153, 224; Resolution 96. RULES, amendments to.....35, 52, 84, 149, 227, 233, 247, 275, 288. RULINGS. see points of order. SABBATH OBSERVANCE 144, 145. SAYRE Warren G.. a Seiiator from Kosciusko and W abash. His motions 37, 42, 67, 141, 175, 176 195, 196, 213, 225, 233, 255, 267, 274, Remarks '34^ 39. 63, 68, 72, 115, 142, 175, 176, 195, 196, 200, 201, 206, 207, 237, 262, 267, 275, Bms'ii. '.'i.Cl^l. 180, 187. Resolutions 31, 37. SCHLOSs. riulliit. a Representative from Vise. ':', 164. 188, 234, 247, 248, 270. ,'., . ., . . i.-.. '\^\^2. Resolutions 35, 277. SCHOOL Directors 89, 90. see H. R. 119. SCHOOL FUND INTEREST 48, 59, 87, 88, 149, 150. SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS 148, 149, 211, 213. SCHOOL Text Books 152. SHAFFER, Henry P., a Representative from Madison. His remarks 133, 218 Bills 31, 228. SHAW, Wm . a Representative from MarshalL His motions 197, 282. Bill ?0, Resolutions 69, 229, 291. SHIVELY, Henry J., a Representative from Wabash. His motions. ...80, 118, 172, 173, 210, 219, 240, 259, 265. 291. Remarks.. 54, 94, 126. 149, 170, 187, 188, 192, 202, 203. 211. 21.^. 236. 240. 212. 247, 248, 252. .259, 264, 27';. 2-'2. 29;.*. 295. Bills 35, 40. ,",2. 89, 177. 182, 229. 235. Resolutions 40, 100, 229. SHOCKNEY. Theodore, a Representative from Randolph. His motions... .16, 95, 92, 197, 202, 234, 298. Remarks.... 53, 64. !1}. 131. 149, 198, 210, 211, 218, 219, 235, 236. 26;->. 2.S2 Bills 31, 48, 55, 100. 169, 170, 177, 228. Resolutions 12, 31. 94, 163, 177. SMITH, Bent Wilsou, a Representative from Tippeca'nof. His motions 89, 101. 149, 160, Reniai^s'53.54"59.''64, 69, 74, 88, 90, 93, 91:, 101. 133. 134, 145. 148, 149, 150, 159, 160, 164, 171, 181. 1S3. 1S7, 188, 198, 211, 212, 218. 224. 235, 236.'241, 242, 247, 260, 264, 270. 27;', 283, 288 2S9, 295. Bills 40. 155, 229. Resolutions 48, 93. SMITH, Henry B , a Representative 1'i-oiii Wells and Blackford. His bills 36, 40, 46, 73. SMITH, Jas., a Representative from La^ran^-e. His bills 36, 177. SMITH, John M., a Senator from Jav, Adams and Blackford. His motions... .44, 86, 105, 130, 169, 174, 176, 206, 269. 275, 287. 288. Remarks 136, 167. 185, 199, 256. Bills 29, 51, 61, 72. SMITH. Marcus C., a Sci,;^; S sdolph. an'i Delaware. In Remark,-, 14, 16, 114, 1, , . . ,. 285. Hills 39, 143. Resolution 14. SMITH, Phil lip, a Representative from Perry v His bills 31, 100, 155. SOLDIERS, Ex, 88, 89. SPAIN, James W ., a Representative from Van^ derbur^h. His bills 41, 70, 100. SPANN, Jesse J., a Senator from Rush, Fay- ette and Union. His motions 9. 10, 14, 16, 26. 33, 35. :;7. 1-1, ;r\ i3. .';. 7:< 79. 82, 94, 98. 105. i :". 201. 207, 210, 214. :. .. .. ,- ;7. 238, 251, Remark,-^ lu^hi, "'63, 64, 66, 68, 71, 72, 77 "7, 135, 136, 137, 146.162, li,:'- :', ;:;' :-;. i-5, ;90, 195, 232^ 223', 238', 239^ 243^ 244,' 246^ 250^ 255', 256^- 263. 288. ' Bills 43, 51, 58, 61, 72, 92, 157, 167, 180. Resolutions 28, 38, 43, 67, 68, 76, 77, 87, 288i. 286, 292, 294.. - STATE HOUSE..28, 31, 34, 40, 45, 72, 257, 282, 286. STATIONERY for members. .16, 25, 27, 37, 40, 42. STATUTES for members, 13, 16, 40, 42. STERi'.lTT. Howard D., a Representative from- Houiic. His motions 12, 102, 247, 264, 275. Remark:- 59, 129, 235, 282. Bills 31, 95, 172 STEVENSON, William, a Representative from Spencer. His bills 10i, 2'^S. STEWART, Stephen IT., ;> Representative from Swirzc-laud and Ohio ilis n>oiions 52, 84, Rcii'iai-'ks '.12. 74', 116', 144', 164', '170, 183, 188, - .-. :.i2, 241, 248. , 100, 177. ion217. STOCK AT LARGE 212, 214, 225, 240, 259. STRAUdSFAN. John W., ;i. R<'pi-(-,cnra)ive from Moiit^-onu'rv-. His n'iiiarks 2ft3, 289. Bill SO. STUCKER, James F., a Representative from Crawl'ord and Orange. His remarks.. .149, 211, 239. Bills 40, 69, 95, 155, 177. SUTTON, Bellamy S., a Representative Marion. -L, ^'v ;;'id Bartholomew.... Remarks ... - - -'. 211, 212, 236, 259, Bills 31, 40, 6'J. ixi, 95, 172. SUPREME COURT Commissioners 231, 290. see S. 174, TARIFF, Protective, 38. TAX SALES, 195, 213, 264.. see S. 52. TEACHERS LICENSE 72, 184, 185, 199. TELEPHON1''' 68, 72.. see S. 32. THOM AS,'!; ^ 'presentative from Cas? - His mo!i. -'. Bill 80^' <- ' ''' " "' ' ' .',/..!:. THOMPSON. Michael, a Representative from liov/ard. His remarks 234. Bill 151 Resolution 46. TITLES of Bills passed, .see Bills become laws, TREASURERS Bond 256. from . His page: 311[View Page 311] TULEY, W. W, a Representative from Flovd, | W1LSON, John R. a, Representative I'rotii His motions 51, 169, 192, 264, 265 ' Marion. His motions... M. ,^. >s;i. ;t.l. 129, Remarks 203. 236: 290. ,,1.^, 160. 166. 182, 192, 1!7, 2n2, 2:>,il. 217, 290. "R^on^ 104' 182- 203' 263- ^K^'^: ^ {97: 203: 2%: 2H: UNIVERSITY Endowment 172, 230.275, 279. |^ ^,. 2;}- ^0< ^ 2^ 2591 2701 277- 281' VALEDICTORY, Speaker's 298. Bills'32, 36, 41, 48, 69, 80, 100, 155, 228. VAN VOK21I-'. Ehivins J., a Senator from W1LSON. John W., a Representative from Marion His motions 79. 162, 163, 169, 194' Koscuisko. His remarks. .88. 127, 159, 164, :.'<, 2-!:-i, -'It;, 250, 281, 28;-), 287. 212, 219, 230, 264, 296. R 41, i'), 19, .';(), 57. fi2, 71. 72, 77, BilLs 36, 65, 69, 80, 154, 228. ., li(i, ll^. lii;, li7. It;:;. i?;s. l76,j Resolution 88. ^i, i^.,. 1^1. !^5, r'\ " "", -: :" :i>7, WOMENS SUFFKAGE P7. H!l. 1.11, 143, 229. $>-'.^'>'.^i','^f' ,.!' W(>()I)UN(r, H;im;ii'.. ;i Kcprcsciihi.live from Bills'^;\^ 39: 43:^. 7^ 1.1,;. i.;, 1^, 175: . Uiiviess. His bills BU, 15.1 Resohtt":oi)S 14, 44, 49, 281. WRIGrHT, Andrew ,T., a Itcpresciitative from VENl-l.:, .liaiwcs of 136. .see S. US. ^ra^ ^ls mo^us ^. ., ,-:,. ,97, 211. VOYLE^, '?' R ' S^'^i+.ir f;-(im Floyd {^n (^ 111- ^1 .1;^ ^i'l '17'!' VANCEY, Simeon P., a Sen;ito>-t'rinii M;irion, \(\Q ">';i .-^ ..;; . ; .:; ' J., .)3()' 944' ; ISancock and Shelby. His niodoiis ,^7, 38, 261', 262, 265, 267, 273^ 275, 281, 2S5, 2861, 288', T.61'.174; '2W}'- '2U^ 22f'-2^L,24^ ^^ '2^'^ 274' Eemarks 15, 34, 39, 42, 61. ()2. 63, 66, 72, 73, -1471 l(i;^ lls4' '^ Ls!;' i01^ 19(^ ^'"i 20^ 221! .78, 83. 87. 8-', 93. 97, 106, 107, 331, 137, 146, \ -2^ ^-.i^1.;,^,: ^'.^ ""^ "or """ "^ 239: 2)3' 2:,6: ^;i: 27i21, 267', 2C>8'. 26y: 275: 279: i YOl'CliE. Julius W., a iSeiiator from Lake and 2,S!. i.^:,, 2S-, 2(3, 294. Poi-lcr. His molions..61, 95, 105, 233, 369, Bills ii. 2<;. :y. 51, 120, 132, 143, 161, 1.86. 2^1. 2,S(i 111. :Hfsc]-,rii(iis 2,S 3,S. 269, 280, 294, 295. Kcniarks 38, 140, 141, 268, 293. WEAVE1?. Wipi.im Tf., ;i if^'pi^scntative from Bin;-' ^i 39, 51, 58, 61, 62, 73, 238, 239 C:irnll. His hilis :i(i. .id, M). 153. 224. WEIGHTS & MEASURES 14,s, 158. 218. "WESTFALL, Harvey, a T^'pn'sciiliitive from Tippecanoe. His bills 4',. 70. WHITE. David H.. a Senator from Elkbart. ! His iii^lio.n 27. lUl, 169. 184, 199, 231, 268, | YEAS A^sD NAYrSIn Senate: on a resolution concerning the Constitutional Kc.tiarks ;5(, :;^;. r->7, 78, 88, 131, 140, 184, 201, BiiS's'2-T, ^(.^l'.^,'' 92. Eesolniioii li;. WHITS1TT. Jrssc. a i;e!)resentative from Ma- rion His remarks 235 Bills 31, 69, 80. 100, 177, 229. WIDOW OF EDWIN MAY 232, 234, 243, 251. 261, 282, 289. WILEY, "Ulric Z., a Eepresentative from War- ren an<i !^'nton. His motions 170, 192, 253. Remarks ^. 5k 64. 74, 75, 117, 144, 164, 165. BiUs'32,"'3$,'"45, ^70: 80, 89: 95, 152, 153, 172, 229. Resolutions 12, 25, 41, 89. WILLARD, Jas. H., a Senator from Lawrence, Dubois ;i,nd M;irtin. His motions. 10, 14, 29, 33. 34, 37, 3.S. 42, 19. 62, 68, 71, 73, 79, 8S, 95. 97, 119. 135, 148. 157, 162, 176, 194, Bril?'."'.39.''!;r. 86,' 102,' 103,' 104,' 132,'' 157,' 158, 174. 180. Resolutions 34, 5';. 72, 292. WILLIAMS, Lurcy, a Representative from Posev. His motions 55, 69, 95, 159, 160. Bills 100, 177. WILLIAMS, Samuel W., a Representative from Kn(0;. iiis motions .. . SO, 74, 144, 152, 156, 156, 1;->9. I'ill. l(i5, 177, 192. 193, 197, 202, .211, ! 218, 2.! 2. 247', 261, 271. Kemarks....8S, 9'), ml, !()8. 126, 144, 159, 160, i 170, 171, 1.^7, -'02, 203. 21.S. 219, 224, 241, 252, j Bills'3T, 36, 40, 100. ' j Resolutions 52, 55,' 68, 101-. ' AniendilU'nis c<nisid(-rc<} iiy preceding of tlic 1)111 [S. 1] ix-vuleiifc institu- tions 01' fii<' StaK con*>ide;vd by llu' l;isi Legislature 126. on discharging the Doorkeeper 141. on lilliu^ the vacancy, 111. on resolution declaring Nixon Secretary 244. on kt '" Kelley li' 246. on passage of the Metropolitan police bill 269. on passage of same over (lie Gov.^s yeto 294. on a Committee report declaring Mr. Johnson entitled to a seat as Senator 280. on a Committee report declaring contestee entitled to his seat as Senator from the counties of Johnson and Morgan 280. '^ ! YEAS AND NAYSHouse: on status of the Constitutional Amerdiiu-nts considered by the last Legislatmc 165. on a ioint resolution for an e';! a! slitt'rage amendment to the Constiluii m 253. on 1omt resolutions for amend iients to the Constitutio! making the te n s of certain State and c< unty onicers t'( 11 years 253. on a joint resol ition tor an a! K'lKsment to the Consiiti lioii p;-o'ii:l>itii ^ tin; manu- facture or s; ie )!"i';it<ix ii ali'.!.^ li(iiior254. on rejectinn a bill for a Court of Appeals 259. onindellnitely posipoiiinga bill supplemental to the nc\v Slate House act 288, 289. on passage of the Metropolitan Police Bil over the &overuor's veto 297.
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