Public Acts Passed at the General Assembly of the State of Tennessee

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S. Nye, 1836 - Law
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Includes Private acts passed at the General Assembly of the State of Tennessee.

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Page 23 - He may, on extraordinary occasions, convene the General Assembly by proclamation, and shall state to both houses, when assembled, the purpose for which they shall have been convened.
Page 13 - Provided, that the sum of fifteen thousand dollars be, and the same is hereby appropriated for the erection of an hospital in the district of Massachusetts.
Page 24 - Soldiers for such sum or sums of money as may from time to time be allowed as aid to the Rhode Island Soldiers' Home, which said sum or sums of money are hereby appropriated for the said soldiers
Page 13 - America; and my opinion is asked as to the legality of employing that hank as a depository of the public money, under the provisions of the act of the 23d of June, 1836, entitled "An act to regulate the deposites of the public money." The 5th section of that act declares, " That no bank shall be selected or continued as a place of deposite of the public money...
Page 22 - President of the United States, to the President of the Senate and Speaker of the House of Representatives of the United States, to each Member of Congress from the State of Washington, and to the Secretary of the Department of the Interior.
Page 14 - Congress, without deduction in case of sickness; and $8 for every twenty miles' travel, in the usual road, in going to and returning from the seat of government, and that of the President of the Senate pro tempore, and of the Speaker of the House of Representatives, $16 a day. For the present compensation, see Titles and Abstracts of the Public Laws, No. 52, ch.
Page 20 - Archipelago is authorized, and it is hereby made his duty, to take possession of the estate of such deceased person and to make a complete inventory thereof, and to file the same with the Auditor of the Philippine Archipelago.
Page 20 - State, be requested to make a mlneralogical survey and examination of that portion of the State lying within the bounds lately ceded by the Cherokee Nation of Indians to the United States, and that he report the result of his labors to the next general assembly. Adopted October 24, 1836. Administration. — Doctor Troost accepted the office thus tendered him, still remaining an active professor in the University of NashUS NATIONAL MUSEUM BULLETIN 109 PL.
Page 22 - EPHRAIM H. FOSTER, Speaker of the House of Representatives. JONATHAN WEBSTER, Speaker of the /Senate.
Page 25 - ... legislation pertaining to the state's share of this surplus which had accrued to it as a result of the passage of the act of Congress on June 23, 1836, entitled "An act to regulate the deposits of the public money."17 Indicative of the prosperous times in Tennessee was Governor Cannon's statement that "At no period have the Representatives of the people of Tennessee been assembled when the aspect of our state presented brighter evidence of public prosperity and individual happiness."18 The assembly...

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