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Omit all of Sections 287, 666, and 675.
In Section 813 omit the words "Provided further, that a license to sell spirituous, vinous, or malt liquors shall be transferred only to a person who has complied with all the prerequisites to obtain license provided by existing laws ior the sale of spirituous, vinous, and malt liquors,"
Omit all of Sections 845, 886, 887, 888, 889, 890, 891, 892, 893, 894, 895, and 896.
Omit all of Section 1385.
In Section 1689 omit the words “Immediately after its passage and approval.”
In Section 1767 omit the words “tippling, bar-rooms and all places where beer, wine or spirituous liquor of any kind is sold at retail."
Omit all of Sections 2252 to 2266 inclusive.
Omit all of Sections 2358, 5085, 5086, 5323, 5324, 5325, 5358, 5468, 5469, and 5470.
Omit all of Section 5166 and Section 5168.
Omit all of Sections 5473 to 5484 inclusive.
In Section 5496 omit the words "Provided, however, that this law shall not be construed as to apply to persons keeping a reasonable amount of spirituous liquors in his private residence for private use."
Omit all of Sections 5485, 5486, 5488, 5489, 5490, 5491, 5493, 5494, 5495, 5497, 5498, 5499, 5500, 5503, and 5504.
Omit all of Sections 5505 to 5522 inclusive.
Omit all of Sections 1067, 1068, 1069, 1125, 1385, 1645, 2193, 2461, 5551.
Omit all of Sections 3204 to 3217 inclusive.
Section 8. Certain Acts of the Extra Session of 1918 to be Inserted in Place of Other Sections.—That in place of those Sections contained in the said draft or revision of said Commissioner, and numbered therein, which were amended by the Acts of the Extraordinary Session of the Legislature cf Florida of 1918, there be inserted in said draft or revision
zaid Sections as amended thereby, and such sections so amended by the said Extraordinary Session shall be deemed and taken a part of the revision and law of the State, to-wit:
Section 1 of Chapter 7737 shall be inserted in place of Section 1495 of the revision.
Section 1 of Chapter 7750 shall be inserted in place of Section 1542 of the revision.
Section 2 of Chapter 7750 shall be inserted in place of Section 1545 of the revision.
Section 1 of Chapter 7745 shall be inserted in place of Section 1683 of the revision.
Section 1 of Chapter 7752 shall be inserted in place of Section 2545 of the revision.
Section 1 of Chapter 7732 shall be inserted in place of Section 5426 of the revision.
Section 1 of Chapter 7744 shall be inserted in place of Section 6327 of the revision.
Section 9. Certain Acts of Extra Session of 1918 to be Inserted in Revision.—That the following Acts of the Extraordinary Session of the Legislature of Florida of 1918 shall under proper headings and under appropriate sub-divisions, be added to the draft or revision of said Commissioner, and shall be taken and deemed as part of the said revision and the law of the State, to-wit:
All of Chapter 7736, except Sections 22, 23, and 24 thereof.
Section 10. Certain Sections Amended. That the following Sections contained in the said draft or revision of said Commissioner, and as numbered therein, shall be and are hereby amended as follows:
Sub-Section 1. That Section 3099, relating to the form of subpoena to answer in Chancery, is hereby amended to iead as follows:
3099. (1864) Form of summons to answer in Chancery; all defendants may be included in one summons,
1. The Form of Summons to answer in Chancery shall be as follows: The State of Florida to
You are hereby required to appear before the Circuit Court, for the
Judicial Circuit of Florida, County of
...day of ...A. D. 191.... at the Court House of said County, to answer a Bill of Complaint filed against you in said Court by ..
; and then and there to receive and abide by such judgment and decree as said Court shall have considered in this behalf. And this you are not to omit; upon pain of judgment by default being entered against you. Witness, the Honorable
Judge of said Court and the Seal of this Court, at the City of.. ., Florida, this
day of .. A. D. 191....
2. The names of all defendants, however numerous, may be included in one summons.
Sub-Section 2. That Section 2997, relating to the powers and duties of the State Attorney in summoning witnesses for the State, is hereby amended to read as follows:
2997. (1781) Summoning witnesses for State. It shall be his duty to have summoned all witnesses required on behalf of the State; and he is allowed the process of his Court to summon witnesses to appear before him in or out of term time, at such convenient places in the County where such witnesses reside, and at such time as may be designated in the summons, to testify before him as to any violation of the Criminal Law upon which they may be interrogated, and he is empowered to administer oaths to all witnesses summoned to testify by the process of his court.
Sub-Section 3. That Section 5129, relating to breaking and entering with intent to commit a misdemeanor, is hereby amended to read as follows:
5129. (3285) Breaking and entering with intentio commit a misdemeanor.—Whoever breaks and enters or enters without breaking any dwelling or store house, or any building, ship, vessel, or railroad car, with intent to commit a misdemeanor, shall be punished by imprisonment in the State Prison or County Jail not exceeding five years, or by fine not exceeding Five Hundred Dollars.
Sub-Section 4. That Section 3190, relating to attachment or garnishment of amounts due public officers in suits for alimony and divorce is hereby amended to read as follows:
3190. (1937) Attachment or Garnishment of amounts due public officers in suits for alimony and Divorce. So much as the Court in its discretion may order of the moneys or other things due to any person or public officer, State or County, whether the head of a family or not, residing in this State, when the money or other thing is due for the personal labor or services of such person or otherwise, shall be subject to attachment or garnishment to enforce the orders or decrees of the courts of this State for alimony, suit money or support, or other orders or decrees made by the courts of this State in suit for Divorce or Alimony; and in such cases where the money or other thing sought to be attached or delayed is the salary of a public officer, state or county, the writ of Attachment or Garnishment may be served upon the Public Officer whose duty it is to pay such salary, who shall respect and obey the same as provided by law in other cases; and it shall be the duty of such officer, immediately, upon receipt of such writ, to notify the Public Officer whose duty it is to audit or issue a warrant for the salary sought to be attached or delayed, of the service of such writ; and such officer shall not issue a warrant for so much of such salary as ordered held under said writ until such case shall be settled or determined, and then in accordance therewith, and 110 more of such salary than is provided for in the order of the Court shall be retained by virtue of such writ.
Sub-Section 5. That Section 2758, relating to meals for jurors, is hereby amended to read as follows:
2758. (1587) Meals for Jurors.—The Sheriff when required by order of the Court shall provide juries with meals and lodging, the expense to be taxed against and paid by the State.
Sub-Section 6. That Section 2663, relating to the use of former bills of exceptions, and the use of evidence given at a former trial, is hereby amended to read as follows:
2663. (1523) Use of former bills of exceptions as evidence; use of evidence given on former trial.-In the event it be made to appear to the satisfaction of the Court that any evidence used at a former trial, whether oral or written, and incorporated in a bill of exceptions, or incorporated in the record proper can not be had, then the bill of exceptions taken at the previous trial, or the evidence incorporated in the record of the previous trial may be used as evidence upon any subsequent trial or hearing of the case as to any matter in issue at the former trial or hearing; and further, in the event that such evidence is not so preserved as before stated.
then the same shall not be used at a subsequent trial or hearing, unless, (1) such evidence has at such former trial been reported stenographically or reduced to writing in the presence of the Court, (2) that the party against whom the evidence is offered, or his privy, was a party on the former trial; (3) that the issue is substantially the same in both cases; (4) that a sufficient reason is shown why the original witness is not produced; and, (5) that the Court is satisfied that the report of such evidence taken at such former trial is a correct report.
Sub-Section 7. That Section 2611, relating to change of l'enue in civil and criminal cases on account of prejudice of the Judge, or undue influence of the adverse party, or odium of the applicant, is hereby amended to read as follows:
2611. (1471) Prejudice of Judge; undue influence of adverse party; odium of applicant.-Such change shall be granted if either party in any civil case, or the defendant in any criminal case, shall make application therefor on oath stating that he fears that he will not receive a fair trial in the Court where the suit is pending, on account of the prejudice of the judge of said Court against the applicant or in favor of the adverse party, or on account of the adverse party having an undue influence over the minds of the inhabitants of the County or Justice's District in which the case is pending, or on account of applicant being so odious that he cannot expect a fair trial; and such application shall fully and distinctly set forth the facts upon which the allegation of prejudice, undue influence, or odium is based.
Sub-Section 8. That Section 94 relating to depositing Acts and papers of the Legislature with the Secretary of State is hereby amended to read as follows:
95. (79) Acts, papers and records of the Legislature to be deposited with Secretary of State.—All original Acts and resolutions passed by the Legislature, and all other original papers acted upon thereby, together with the Journal of the Senate, and the Journal of the House of Representatives, shall, immediately upon the adjournment thereof, be deposited with, and preserved in, the office of the Secretary of State, by whom they shall be properly arranged, classified, and filed, provided that the Journal of the Executive Session of the Senate shall be kept free from inspection or disclosure except upon the order of the Senate itself or some Court of competent jurisdiction.