1..Joint Resolution requesting the Secretary of State to investigate the
Printing Accounts of the late Constitutional Convention. Approved
August 6, 1868.
2..Joint Resolution to adopt a Seal for the State. Approved August 6,
3.. Concurrent Resolution relative to State Lands. Approved August 3,
4..Joint Resolution requesting the Governor to ask for the grant to the
State, for the use thereof, of the U. S. Arsenal at Chattahoochee.
Adopted July 10, 1868,
5..Joint Resolution of the Legislature of the State of Florida petitioning
Congress for an appropriation for the improvement and placing in a
condition of Safe Navigation, Moccasin Sluice in the Apalachicola
River. Approved August 6, 1868.
6.. Concurrent Resolution instructing the Attorney-General to search into
the history of the Claims against the State. Approved August 3,
7.. A Resolution asking a Revival of the Grant of Alternate Sections of
Land for Building Railroads. Approved August 5, 1868.
8..Joint Resolution of the Legislature relative to procuring the enactment
by Congress of a Statute exempting certain property from Forced
Sale under process of the U. S. Courts.
9..Concurrent Resolution relative to the Printing and Binding of a Legis-
lative Manual. Adopted July 13, 1868.
10..Concurrent Resolution calling for U. S. Troops to Preserve Order and
Maintain the Law.
11..Joint Resolution concerning Teachers of Freedmen's Schools during
the year 1868. Approved August 6, 1868.
12.. Memorial to the Senate and House of Representatives relative to the
establishment of a Mail Route in Volusia county. Approved July
13..Memorial relative to the establishment of a Mail Route from Tampa to
Clear Water Harbor. Approved July 31, 1868.
14. . Memorial to Congress praying for a Mail Route from Mellonville,
Orange county, to Ocala, Marion county. Approved July 29, 1868. 189
15.. Memorial to Congress relative to the establishment of a Mail Route
from Alatia, Hillsboro county, to Pine Level, Manatee county. Passed
August 4, 1868.
16..A Memorial to Congress requesting the establishment of certain Mail
Lines in West Florida. Passed July 21, 1868.