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Article 1. Hospital
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Dependent and delinquent children
ORDINANCES OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION OF 1885, AND THE
CONSTITUTION OF THE
Regulate the kind and size of boats to be used by the ba pilots....2484-248
STATE OF FLORIDA
Pilots may incorporate themselves
Article 1. Harbor Masters for ports, general Article 2. Harbor Masters for certain specified ports...
Agricultural and industrial statistics
CHAPTER 56. Checks, coupons or other device issued in payment for labor
Ordinances of the Constitutional
Convention of 1885
ORDINANCE NO. 1
Section 1. This Constitution shall be submitted to the people of the State of Florida for ratification on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November, A. D. 1886, and it shall require a majority of the votes cast upon the question to determine its ratification or rejection.
Section 2. At such an election each qualified elector shall express his assent or dissent, by having written or printed upon the ticket which he shall vote the words, “For the Constitution," or "Against the Constitution;" such election being subject to the same regulations and restrictions as are now prescribed by law. And in case of its ratification by the people, the Governor shall forthwith cause proclamation to be made of the fact, and it shall go into effect on the first day of January, A. D. 1887.
ORDINANCE NO. 2
Section 1. Article XIX shall be submitted to the people, when the Constitution is submitted for ratification, to become a part of the Constitution, if adopted by a majority of the votes cast upon the question, and the ballots of those voting on this article shall have written or printed on them the words “For Article XIX,” or “Against Article XIX.”
ORDINANCE NO. 3
Be it Ordained by the People of Florida, Represented in
Constitutional Convention : Section 1. The pay of the members of this Constitutional Convention shall be a per diem for attendance of six ($6.00) dollars a day in addition to mileage of ten cents a mile, each way, from their places of residence to the capital and return, estimated by the shortest thoroughfare.