Journal of the Senate, Volume 28, Part 2

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Page 140 - Whoever contracts to have or give to himself or another the option to sell or buy, at a future time, any grain, or other commodity...
Page 183 - Excellency that our aim has ever been to advance the interests of these helpless children, and by the aid of Him who has promised to be a father to the fatherless...
Page 516 - ... persons or corporations owning or using franchises and privileges, in such manner as it shall from time to time direct by general law, uniform as to the class upon which it operates.
Page 10 - Senate refused to concur, covers that subject; nor upon the "police regulations in relation to railroads," as House bill No. 203, which has passed the House and is now pending in the Senate, and Senate bill No.
Page 386 - An act to amend section 15 of an act entitled 'an act to regulate public warehouses and the warehousing and inspection of grain, and to give effect to article 13 of the Constitution of this State, approved April 25, 1871.
Page 354 - T-he board of railroad commissioners of this state are hereby empowered and directed to make for each of the railroad corporations, doing business in this state, as soon as practicable, a schedule of reasonable maximum rates of charges for the transportation of freight and cars on each of said railroads...
Page 473 - An Act to Prevent Extortion and Unjust Discrimination in the Rates Charged for the Transportation of Passengers and Freight on Railroads in This State, and to Punish the Same, and Prescribe a Mode of Procedure and "Rules of Evidence in Relation Thereto...
Page 148 - The Illinois and Michigan Canal shall never be sold or leased until the specific proposition for the sale or lease thereof shall first have been submitted to a vote of the people of the State, at a general election, and have been approved by a majority of all the votes polled at such election.
Page 508 - ... to plant shade and ornamental trees along and in such road at a distance not exceeding one-tenth of the legal width of the road from its margin, and also to erect and maintain a fence so long as it shall be actually necessary for the purpose of raising a hedge on said margin a distance of six feet from the within said marginal lines.

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