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Acceptance of 82nd Division Memorial.
ACCEPTANCE OF EIGHTY-SECOND DIVISION
No. 1, SECOND SESSION.
Resolved by the House, the Senate concurring, that the Governor is authorized:
First, to accept in the name of Georgia a stone to be Governor auproffered by the Eighty-Second Division Association for a memorial to the members of the Division who participated in the taking of Cornay, France, during the World War;
Second, to give this stone to the commune of Cornay, France, in the name of Georgia for memorial purposes; and
Binding of Acts; Officers Authorized to Remain.
Third, to take such steps as he may deem necessary, without affecting the State Treasury, to have the stone transported to Cornay, France, for erecting in the public square as a memorial.
Approved April 8, 1926.
BINDING OF ACTS OF EXTRAORDINARY
No. 7, SECOND SESSION.
Resolved by the House, the Senate concurring, that a copy of the Acts of the Extraordinary Sessions of the General Assembly, convened in the year 1926, be bound with the House Journals and the Senate Journals of the
aforesaid Extraordinary Sessions of 1926, and that only Copies separately bound three thousand, five hundred copies of the Acts be sepa
Approved April 17, 1926.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY OFFICERS AUTHORIZED
No. 2, SECOND SESSION.
itol, for unfinished business.
Resolved by the House of Representatives, the Senate officers des concurring, that the Speaker of the House of Represenmain at Cap- tatives and his Secretary and the President of the Senate
and his Secretary, the Clerk of the House of Representatives, and the Secretary of the Senate be and are hereby authorized to remain at the Capitol five days after the adjournment of the General Assembly, for the purpose of affixing their official signatures to all bills and resolutions passed previous to said adjournment; and that they be allowed their per diem for said time.
Payment of Past-Due Pensions.
Chairmen and committees.
Resolved, that the Chairman, respectively, of the Enrollment and Auditing Committees of the House and Senate, together with the members of the Senate enrollment Committees and seven members of the House of the Enrollment Committee to be designated by the Chairman thereof, and two members of the House Auditing Committee, and two members of the Senate Auditing Committee to be designated by the Chairman thereof, and the Chairman of the House Engrossing Committee and five members of the House Committee to be designated by the Chairman thereof, and the Chairman and two members of the Senate Engrossing Committee to be designated by the Chairman thereof, be and they are hereby authorized to remain at the Capitol five days after the adjournment of the General Assembly, for the purpose of bringing up the unfinished business of the session, and that they be allowed their per diem for said time.
Resolved, that the Postmistress of the House be and she is hereby authorized to remain at the Capitol five Employees. days after the adjournment of the General Assembly, for the purpose of distributing and forwarding member's mail, and that she be allowed her per diem for said time.
Resolved further, that three porters of the House and two porters of the Senate be and they are hereby authorized to remain at the Capitol five days after the adjournment of the General Assembly, and they be allowed their per diem for said time.
Approved April 10, 1926.
PAYMENT OF PAST-DUE PENSIONS.
No. 8, SECOND SESSION.
Whereas, the House adjourned yesterday before reaching|House Bill No. 34, a bill to provide for the payment
Printing Fund Deficiency.
of past-due pensions of Confederate veterans who died since August 26, 1925, therefore making its passage impossible; and whereas a majority of the members of the assembly are in favor of its provisions:
Payment of past-due pensions.
Therefore be it resolved, that if this debt can be paid under the provisions of the pensions laws of this State, the Governor is requested to pay such past-due pension
A Resolution to make appropriations to meet deficiency in the General Printing Fund for the year of 1926, and to make same immediately available.
Whereas the General Assembly reduced the appropriation for public printing from forty thousand ($40,000.00) dollars to thirty thousand ($30,000.00) dollars for the year 1926; and whereas this fund has now been reduced to two thousand five hundred ($2,500.00) dollars; and whereas the Acts of the extraordinary session will have to be printed, and much extra expense for printing incurred:
Now, therefore, be it resolved by the House of Repre315,000 avail- sentatives, the Senate concurring, that the sum of fifteen
thousand ($15,000.00 dollars be and the same is hereby appropriated for payment of public printing authorized by law for the year 1926, said sum to be immediately available.
Resolved further, that the Governor be and he is hereby authorized to draw his warrants upon the Treasury, not
Relief of Charlie Sharpe as Surety.
in excess of the above amount, to pay for public printing authorized by law.
Be it further resolved, that all laws or parts of laws in conflict with this resolution be and the same are hereby repealed.
Approved April 17, 1926.
RELIEF OF CHARLIE SHARPE AS SURETY
No. 1, FIRST SESSION.
Whereas, Charlie Sharpe did at the November term 1924, of the Superior Court of Montgomery County, Preamble. Georgia, become bail for the appearance of Arthur Sharpe to answer final judgment on a motion for new trial pending in the Superior Court of said county, based on a conviction of said Arthur Sharpe for a misdemeanor, which said bond was forfeited by reason of the non-appearance of the said Arthur Sharpe at the time specified in said bond to answer the final judgment of the Court in said motion for new trial, which was denied; and whereas, a rule absolute was entered and execution issued thereon for the principal sum of one thousand (1,000.00) dollars, and cost; and whereas, said Arthur Sharpe was afterwards recaptured by said Charlie Sharpe, at his own expense bond payment and without expense to the Sheriff or other County authorities, brought up and turned over to the Sheriff of said County, and incarcerated in the jail of said county and by said Sheriff turned over to the County Warden and placed at work in the county chaingang of said county.
Now, therefore, be it resolved by the General Assembly of the State of Georgia, that the said Charlie Sharpe, as surety as aforesaid, be relieved of paying said bond of one thousand ($1000.00 dollars, and that the Clerk of the Superior Court of Montgomery County is hereby author