Journal of the House of Representatives

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Page 111 - Whenever any vacancy shall happen in the representation of this State in the Senate of the United States, by the expiration of the term of service of a Senator, or by resignation or otherwise, the general assembly, • i...
Page 38 - The constitutional rights of American citizens should protect them on our borders and go with them throughout the world, and every American citizen residing or having property in any foreign country is entitled to and must be given the full protection of the United States government, both for himself and his property.
Page 497 - ... to imprisonment in the state prison for a term of not less than two years nor more than five years...
Page 378 - The appropriations herein provided for are to be construed as the maximum sums to be appropriated to and for the several purposes named herein, and no expenditures shall be made, nor shall any obligations be Incurred which, added to the actual expenditures, will exceed the amounts herein appropriated for either of the said purposes, except under the provisions provided for in Article 4342. of Chapter 2, Title 65, of the Revised Civil Statutes of 1911.
Page 518 - An act to provide for the incorporation and regulation of certain corporations generally known as building and loan associations...
Page 365 - ... (3) For necessary expenses, incident to the furnishing and printing of badges, banners and other insignia, to the printing and posting of handbills, posters, lithographs and other campaign literature, and the distribution thereof through the mails or otherwise.
Page 502 - When the subject-matter is once clearly ascertained and its general intent, a key is found to all its intricacies; general words may be restrained to it, and those of narrower import may be expanded to embrace it to effectuate that intent.
Page 196 - Be it further enacted, That if for any reason any section or part of this Act shall be held to be unconstitutional or invalid, then that fact shall not invalidate any other part of this Act, but the same shall be enforced without reference to part so held to be invalid.
Page 502 - Raym. 1028) ; and if it can be gathered from a subsequent statute in pari materia, what meaning the legislature attached to the words of a former statute, they will amount to a legislative declaration of its meaning, and will govern the construction of the first statute.
Page 435 - ... inside or outside of such house or place of business for the purpose of or that will obstruct the view through the open door or place of entrance into any such house or place where intoxicating liquors are sold to be drunk on the premises.

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