1914


Adjournment of the Thirty-second legislature, joint resolution fixing (1914, p. 53).

Apollo Circle No. 1 of Harper, joint resolution incorporating (1914, p. 7).

Banking institutions in Liberia, an act amendatory to an act providing for the registration and requiring all to pay a license (1914, p. 47)

Baptist Industrial Academy of Fortsville, Grand Bassa County, joint resolution incorporating (1914, p. 7).

Brown, D. A., of Sinoe County, joint resolution restoring to citizenship (1914, p. 7).

Brown, Richard of Paynesville, an act granting … the right to operate a railway between Paynesville and Junk River (1914, p. 13).

Buchanan City Lodge No. 7, International Order of Good Templers, joint resolution incorporating (1914, p. 46).

Budget for fiscal period ending June 30th, 1915 to cover quarters ending September 30th and December 31st, 1915, an act extending (1914, p. 55).

Bureau of Internal Telegraphy to be supervised and controlled by General Postal Department, an act creating and establishing (1914, p. 30).

Celebration of Liberia’s Natal Day, joint resolution respecting (1914, p. 57).

Christian Woman’s Board of Missions, joint resolution granting five hundred acres of land to (1914, p. 15).

City of Monrovia, joint resolution granting real estate of Monrovia to (1914, p. 54).

Civilized settlements and townships, joint resolution authorizing president to open (1914, p. 35).

Coast Hinterland Railroad Company, an act incorporating (1914, p. 32).

Colonial Silver circulation, an act approving the president’s action in forbidding (1914, p. 46).

Criminal and Civil Code of Procedure, an act legalizing (1914, p. 34).

Customs Tariff of 1910, an act amending (1914, p. 52).

Daughters of Amantemis, Maryland County, joint resolution incorporating (1914, p. 43).

United Order of Odd Fellows, District Grand Lodge No. 37 of the Republic of Liberia, joint resolution incorporating (1914, p. 50).
District of Marshall a territory, joint resolution creating (1914, p. 54).

Divorce, an act amendatory to an act relating to (1914, p. 6).
Dudley, James of Montserrrado County, joint resolution restoring to citizenship (1914, p. 7)

Kieszar, Cleveland of Montserrado County, joint resolution restoring to citizenship (1914, p. 7).

Excelsior Mining Company, Limited, Maryland County, an act amending an act enlarging the rights and powers of (1914, p. 44).

Exploration of hardwoods on Anglo-Liberian frontier, joint resolution authorizing the president to negotiate with Mr. F. P. McMullan of Tocoma, Washington, United States (1914, p. 5).

McMullan, F. P. of Tocoma, Wahsington, United States, joint resoltuion authorizing the president to negotiate with … concerning exploration of hardwood on Anglo-Liberian frontier (1914, p. 5).

Frontier Force, joint resolution directing dispersement of pay (1914, p. 12).

Half-Graway Benevolent Society of Maryland County, joint resolution incorporating (1914, p. 13).

Hoffman Station and other sites formerly occupied by Greboes of Maryland County, joint resolution respecting the disposing of (1914, p. 45).

Bigtown and other sites formerly occupied by Greboes of Maryland COunty, joint resolution respecting the disposing of (1914, p. 45).
Budetor and other sites formerly occupied by Greboes of Maryland County, joint resolution respecting the disposing of (1914, p. 45).
Interior Department, an act making regulations governing (1914, p. 16).

Internal revenue, an act relating to cash collections of (1914, p. 56).

Judiciary, an act amendatory to an act relating to the (1914, p. 50).

International Order of Good Templars, Krootown Pioneer Lodge No. 12, joint resolution incorporating (1914, p. 51).

Military Service of Merit, an act instituting Liberian Order of (1914, p. 4).

James A. Wilson (pastor), named in joint resolution incorporating the Methodist Episcopal Church of Fendal, Montserrado County (1914, p. 3).

Edward M. Johnson (trustee), named in joint resolution incorporating the Methodist Episcopal Church of Fendal, Montserrado County (1914, p. 3).

Isaac Lloyd (trustee), named in joint resolution incorporating the Methodist Episcopal Church of Fendal, Montserrado County (1914, p. 3).

E. M.Johnson, Jr. (trustee), named in joint resolution incorporating the Methodist Episcopal Church of Fendal, Montserrado County (1914, p. 3).

A. E. Baxter (trustee), named in joint resolution incorporating the Methodist Episcopal Church of Fendal, Montserrado County (1914, p. 3).

Daniel Dennis (trustee), named in joint resolution incorporating the Methodist Episcopal Church of Fendal, Montserrado County (1914, p. 3).

W. A. Carver (trustee), named in joint resolution incorporating the Methodist Episcopal Church of Fendal, Montserrado County (1914, p. 3).

Methodist Episcopal Church of Fendal, Montserrado County, joint resolution incorporating (1914, p. 3).

Muhlenburg Mission, joint resolution granting 100 acres of land for educational and industrial purposes (1914, p. 48).

National legislature, joint resolution amendatory to a joint resolution fixing the time for the meeting of (1914, p. 54).

National Relief Committee, an act authorizing the appointment of (1914, p. 11).

Government employees, an act forbidding the ordering and importation of goods and merchandise by (1914, p. 36).

Public instruction and common schools, an act amendatory to an act consolidating, amending and supplementing the several existing acts relative to (1914, p. 52).

Recruitment of laborers for service beyond the Republic, joint resolution relative to (1914, p. 37).

Militia of Liberia, an act relating to the Second Regiment (1914, p. 9).

Secretary of Interior and others forbidden from claiming or demanding extra-legal fees in towns and villages, an act (1914, p. 10).

Native African Commissioners and others forbidden from claiming or demanding extra-legal fees in towns and villages, an act (1914, p. 10).

District Commissioners and others forbidden from claiming or demanding extra-legal fees in towns and villages, an act (1914, p. 10).

Thomas Sergeant, an act granting the right of pearl fishing in waters of the Republic (1914, p. 33).

Old Congo Town in Montserrado County and other settlements, joint resolution making voting precincts (1914, p. 53).

White Plains in Montserrado County and other settlements, joint resolution making voting precincts (1914, p. 53).

Nana Kroo in Sinoe County and other settlements, joint resolution making voting precincts (1914, p. 53).

International Order of Good Templars, Silver Star Lodge No. 9 of Hartford, Bassa County, joint resolution incorporating (1914, p. 15).

Starr, Frederick, University of Chicago professor, a joint resolution expressing the thanks of government and people of Liberia to (1914, p. 8)

Stewart, T. McCants, joint resolution ordering his removal as justice of Supreme Court (1914, p. 55).

Town and villages, an act amendatory to an act regulating (1914, p. 38).

United Brothers of Friendship, Tucker’s Lodge No. 137, Careysburg, Montserrado COunty, joint resolution incoporating (1914, p. 53).
Militia of Liberia, an act providing for the uniform and pay of officers and soldiers in time of war [Brigadier general, $125; colonel, $100; lieutenant colonel, $90; major, $60; junior major, $45; brigadier major, $45; brigadier quarter master, $25; captain, $40; lieutenant, $30; adjutant, $30; sergeant, $20; corporal, $17; and private, $15] (1914, p. 5).

Union Baptist Church of Fortsville, Grand Bassa County, joint resolution incorporating (1914, p. 37).

Thomas, Henry Perry of Maryland County, joint resolution granting thirty acres of land to his widow and heirs (1914, p. 9).

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