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No. 84, A.,

A bill to extend the time for the payment of taxes in the village of Wausau in the county of Marathon.

No. 98, A.,

A bill to confer certain powers upon the building committee appointed under chapter 39 of the laws of 1870, entitled an act to provide an additional institution for the insane,

And to present you for signature,

No. 5, S.,

A bill to extend the time for the collection of taxes of the town of Westford and East ward of the village of Randolph, in Dodge county, and to authorize the clerk of the board of said county to apportion taxes to said town and village.

Said bill having been signed by the Speaker.

MESSAGE FROM THE ASSEMBLY,
By E. W. Young, Chief Clerk thereof.
MR. PREsident :

I am directed to inform you that the Assembly has passed and asks the concurrence of the Senate in

No. 20, A.,

A bill to incorporate the National Iron Company of Depere,

And to present you for signature

No. 23, A.

A bill to ameud chapter 326 of the private and local laws of 1870, entitled “an act to incorporate the Superior and St. Croix Railroad Company.”

Which has been signed by the speaker.

AssBMBLY MEssage considerED.

No. 84, A.,

A bill to incorporate and extend the time for the collection of taxes in the village of Wausau, in the county of Marathon.

Senator Reed moved that the rules be suspended, and the bill put upon its passage.

The motion prevailed, and

The bill was concurred in,

By the following vote:

Those voting in the affirmative were

Senators Beldin, Burchard, Cameron, Clark, Colladay, Deuster, Flint, Foster, Griswold, Hall, Hazelton, Ives, Jones, Little, Miner, Morgan, Pettit, Pratt, Price, Reed, Rice, Schantz, Schmidt, Strong, Town, Walker. Williams and Woodman–28.

Senator Magoon voting in the negative.

No. 98, A., - *

A bill to confer power upon the building commissioners appointed under chapter 39, general i. of 1870, entitled “an act to provide for an additional hospital for the insane.”

Senator Foster moved that the rules be suspended, and the bill put upon its passage,

Which motion prevailed, and

The bill was concurred in.

No. 20, A ,

A bill to incorporate the National Iron Company, of Depere.

Referred to committee on Incorporations.

On motion of Senator Griswold,

The Senate resolved itself into

COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE

On the general file of bills,

Senator Hazelton in the chair. o

After consideration of the bills submitted, the committee rose, and through their chairman, reported as follows:

MR. PREsident :

The Senate in Committee of the Whole, has had under consideration the general file of bills, has gone through with the same, and has instructed me to report the following bills to the Senate, for its consideration :

No. 20 S.,

All to protect the public against unauthorized insurance agents.

o. 19 S.,

A bill to repeal chapter 148, general laws of 1879, entitled, “an act for the destruction of lynxes, wolves and wold cats.”

No. 3 S.,

A bill to amend section 205, chapter 120, revised statutes, entitled, “ of courts held by justices of the peace.”

No. 10, S.,

A bill to regulate the time of holding the general terms of the circuit court for the sixth judicial district.

No. 23, S.

A bill to appropriate a sum of money for the payment of indebtedness, current expenses and general repairs of the state prison for the year 1871.

o. 37, S.,

A bill to amend chapter 462 of the private and local laws of 1866, entitled an act to incorporate the Wisconsin Union Railroad Company.

No. 80, A.,

A bill to amend chapter 374 of the private and loo il laws of 1870, entitled an act to incorporate the Trempealeau County Mu. tual Fire Insurance Company,

Without amendment.

REPORT OF COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE CONSIDERED. .

No 20, S.,

Ordered engrossed and read a third time,

No. 3, S.,

Indefinitely postponed.

No. 10, S.,

Ordered engrossed and read a third time.

No. 23, S.,

Ordered engrossed and read a third time.

No. 37, S.,

Ordered engrossed and read a third time.

No. 80, A.,

Ordered engrossed and read a third time.

No. 19, S., o

Senator Strong moved that the rules be suspended, and the bill put upon its passage,

Which motion was withdrawn,

And the same Senator moved that the bill be indefinitely post

oned,

p Which motion was lost,

By the following vote:

Those voting in the affirmative were

Senators Flint, Little, Schmidt, Strong and Woodman —5.

Those voting in the negative were

Senators Beldin, Cameron, Clark, Colladay, Deuster, Foster, Griswold, Hall, Hazelton, Ives, Jones, Magoon, Miner, Morgan, Pettit, Pratt, Price, Reed, Rice, Schantz, Town, Walker and Williams—23.

Said bill was then ordered engrossed, and read a third time,

By the following vote.

Those voting in the affirmative were

Senators Cameron, Colladay, Deuster, Griswold, Hazelton, Huebschmann, Jones, Magoon, Miner Morgan, Pettit, Pratt, Price, Reed, Rice, Schantz, Town and Williams—18.

Those who voted in the negative were

Senators Beldin, Burchard, Clark, Foster, Hall, Ives, Little, Schmidt, Strong, Walker and Woodman—11.

Senator Schmidt then moved that the rules be suspended, and the bill put upon its passage,

hich motion was lost,

LEAVES OF ABSENCE GRANTED.

To Senator Schantz till Wednesday evening, 25th January,
To Senator Walker indefinitely,
To Senator Jones till 25th January.
To Senator Krouskop indefinitely,
To Senator Flint till Wednesday.

On motion of Senator Cameron,
The Senate adjourned till Monday evening next, at 7 1-2 o'clock.

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MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1871. 7 1-2 o'clock P. M. Senate met agreeably to adjournment. The Lieutenant Governor presiding. Roll called, quorum present. Reading of the journal dispensed with.

LETTERS, PETITIONS, MEMORIALS, Erc., Presented and referred.

By Senator Woodman: * Mem. No. 5 S., Petition of Christopher Gwinn and others, justices' of the peace of Jefferson county, for and increase of the fees of justices of the peace. 4. Referred to committee on Judiciary.

BILLS INTRODUCED
On leave granted, read first and second times and referred.

By Senator Reed:
No. 54, S.,
A bill to amend section 20, chapter 141, revised statutes, enti-
tled “an act for the recovery of real property.”
To committee on Judiciary.

By Senator Reed:
No. 55, S.,
A bill to provide for the county printing in the county of
Waupaca.
To committee on Local Legislation.

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By Senator Huebschmann:
No. 56, S.,
A bill to change the name cf the Brewers' Protective Insurance
Company of the West, to that of Brewers' Fire Insurance Company of
America. -
On motion of Senator Huebschmann,
The rules were suspended, and
The bill was passed.
By Senator Pettit :
No. 57, S.,
A bill to provide for the collection of taxes in the city of Keno-
sha, and extending the time for collecting the same.
On motion of Senator Pettit,
The rules were suspended, and
The bill was passed,
By the following vote:
Those voting in the affirmative were
Messrs. Beldin, Burchard, Clark, Colladay, Davis, Deuster,
Flint, Foster, Hall, Huebschmann, Ives, Little, Magoon, Miner,
Pettit, Pratt, Reed, Strong, Town, Williams and Woodman—21.
None voting in the negative.

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES.

The committee on Enrolled Bills have examined, and find correctly enrolled the following:

No. 5, S.,

A bill to extend the time for the collection of taxes in the town of Westford and the east ward of the village of Randolph, in the county of Dodge, and to authorize the clerk of the board of said county to apportion taxes to said town and village.

No. 12, S.,

A bill to authorize and direct the city clerk of the city of Madison to add to the tax roll of 1870, certain special taxes and assessments, and to legalize the re-levy of the same.

No. 16, S.,

A bill to legalize the tax roll of the town of Erin, in the county of Washington, for the year 1870,

J. C. HALL,

Chairman.

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