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No. 6. To amend an act entitled “ An act to provide for the support of

common schools and for other purposes.” Introduced and read first and second time, 24; in committee, 29; engrossed, 29, 31;

passed, 31, 32. No. 7. To provide for staying the interest on the sale of the canal lands.

Reported, 31; second reading, 31; in committee, 55; further

proceedings, 58; postponed, 59. No. 8. Relating to the duties of the register of deeds of the county of

Dane.' Reported, 31; in committee, 33; engrossed, 34, 35; third reading, 36; passed, 36; passed Council with amendments, 62; committee of conference, 62, 68; report adopted, 74, 75; signed,

77; approved, 81. No. 9. To divide the town of Elk Horn and to organize the town of

Whitewater. Introduced, 32; second reading, 32; in committee, 34; engrossed, 34, 47; passed, 53; returned from Council, 67;

signed, 68; approved, 73. No. 10. To amend an act concerning judgments and executions. In... troduced, 32; second reading, 33; referred to judiciary committee,

35; report thereon, 47; adopted, 48. No. 11. To organize the county of Washington and for other purposes.

Reported, 48; second reading, 49; in committee, 54; engrossed, 54, 56; passed, 58; returned from Council, 67; concurred in,

71; signed, 77; approved, 82. No. 12. Relating to the general elections for the year 1840. Reported,

66; in committee, 66; passed, 67; passed Council with an

amendmen, 74; concurred in, 75; signed, 77; approved, 81. No. 13. To provide for the compensation of the officers of the Legisla

tive Assembly and for other purposes. Reported, 71; in com

mittee, 72, 78; engrossed, 81; passed, 81; concurred in by · Council, 82; further proceedings, 83, 85, 86; signed, 87; approved,

88. . * No. 14. To create a fund for the benefit of the creditors of certain

moneyed corporations and for other purposes. Reported, 73;

second reading, 73; in committee, 76; laid on the table, 76. BILLS FROM THE COUNCILNo. I. Concerning the Supreme and District Courts. Received, 28;

first and secend reading, 28; in committee, 29; third reading and

passage, 29; amendment concurred in, 31; signed, 33; presented

to Governor, 36; approved, 36. No. 3. To apportion the members of the House of Representatives to

the several counties of the Territory. Received, 28; first and

second reading, 28; in committee, 29; passed 32; enrolled and

* signed, 35; presented to Governor, 36; approved, 37. No. 4. To establish a territorial road from Madison to Frankfort in

Dodge county. Received, 31; second reading, 31, 34; în committee, 34; passed with amendments, 53; concurred in, 62;

signed, 63; approved, 74. No. 5. To amend an act entitled an act to provide for the support of

common schools and for other purposes. Received, 35; second reading, 35; in committee, 54; passed, 60; signed, 68; approved,

74. No. 6. To change the time of holding courts in the second judicial dis

trict Received, 35; second reading, 35; in committee, 54;

passed, 58; enrolled, 60; signed, 63; approved, 74. No. 7. To authorize the commissioners of Milwaukee county to raise

money to repair certain roads therein named.' Received, 35;

second reading, 35; indefinitely postponed, 54. No. 9. To amend an act entitled an act in relation to collectors, asses

sors and supervisors of roads. Received, 61; second reading, 64;

in committee, 64; passed, 65; signed, —; approved, 74. No. 10. Concerning the Supreme Court. Received, 66; in committee, . ... 72; passed, 72; signed, 73; aproved, 82. COMMITTEES APPOINTED

to inform Council of organization, 4. .
to inform Governor of organization, 5. .
relative to the apportiónment of representation, 15."
relative to giving the printing to thó Wisconsin Enquirer, 19.

relative to an article published in the Miners' Free Press, 20. · 'under the 6th of the joint rules, 30.

standing, 15, 16. COMMUNICATIONS

from Secretary of Territory enclosing seals, 5.. :
of Samuel B. Knapp, 38, 39.

from Governor, enclosing documents, 39.
of Byron Kilbourn, 40, 46.

of Samuel B. Knapp, 63, 64. 'MESSAGES OF GOVERNOR

in convention, 10.
ordered to be printed, 13, 21.

referred, 13, 39. MESSAGES. . from Council, 5, 9, 15, 17, 28, 31, 48, 61, 65, 67, 73, 76, 79, 82,

84, 86, 87, 88, 89. OFFICERS

(Appointed pro tem.) 4.
elected, 6, 7, 8, 9.

sworn, 8.
ORDERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES-

for the appointment of committees to inform Council, 4.
for the adoption of the rules of last session, 4.
for the preparation of seats for Governor and Council, 9.
for the appointment of a committee to inform the Governor of the

assembling of the two Houses, 10.
relative to printing Governor's message, 13.

relative to adjournment, 89. PETITIONS, MEMORIALS, &c. PRESENTED AND REFERRED

of inhabitants of Dane county, relative to deeds recorded in other

counties, 14. of inhabitants of Portage county, praying to be attached to Dane

county, 14. of inhabitants of town of Lake, praying to be organized by the

name of Oak Creek, 14. of James G. Edwards, relative to laws of '37 and '8, 19. of inhabitants on canal lands, relative to interest on said lands,

21, 30. of inhabitants of Washington county, praying to be organized, 32. of inhabitants of Calumet, to repeal law organizing said county, 37. of inhabitants of Calúmet, remonstrating against the repeal of

said law, 37,

of inhabitants of Rock county, relative to appointment of road

commissioners, 37. REPORTS OF COMMITTEES

relative to organization, 5, 6.
on corporations relative to Bank of M. Point, 22. divine
relative to petition of James G. Edwards, 22, 23, 27.
relative to an article in the Miner's Free Press, 24.
relative to an act concerning judgments and executions, 47.
relative to giving the printing to the Wisconsin Enquirer, 49.
relative to the failure in the printing the laws, 57.
allowing the account of D. H. Richards, 53.

relative to the appropriation act No. 13, 85. RESOLUTIONS

relative to printing, 5, 17, 18, 21.
referring Governor's message, 13; printing do, 21.
relating to the report of Fiscal Agent, 15.
tendering thanks to E. V. Whiton, 14, 15.
instructing apportionment committee to act with the committee

appointed by the Council, 16.
referring part of the Governor's message relative to the printing

and distribution of the laws, 16. referring part of the Governor's message relative to the investi- L

gation of the Bank of Mineral Point, 16. relating to the postage of members, 16. relating to newspapers for members, 17. allowing James G. Edwards 2,000 dollars for printing, 23, 27. relative to an attack on the Hon. B. Shackelford, 25; proceedings

a thereon, 26, 27. relative to loan to construct canal, 30. relative to new business, 49, 50. relative to J. A. Noonan, 50. authorizing the Wisconsin Enquirer to do the printing, &c. 50. relative to obtaining funds to defray expenses, &c. 60, 61. to place the Bank of Mineral Point under a safety fund system, 68. domen appointing a committee to wait upon the Governor, &c. 88.

tendering thanks to Speaker, 89. RULES

adopted, 4; joint do, 17.

RESOLUTIONS, JOINT, (H. R. FILE)
No. 2. Joint resolutions in explanation and amendment of the resolu-

tions of the Legislative Assembly, passed at its last session, in
relation to the southern boundary. Introduced, 30; referred, 30;
substitute reported, 51; in committee, 59; passed, 59; concurred

in by Council, 67; signed, 68; approved, 73. No. 3. Relating to the appointment of William B. Slaughter, Fiscal

Agent Introduced and read second time, 47; in committee, 51;

engrossed, 51, 54; passed, 54. Relating to the duties of Reporter of the Supreme Court. Iutroduced,

66; second reading, 66; in committee, 76; indefinitely post

poned, 76. Rescinding certain joint orders. Introduced and passed, 86, 87. To rescind the resolution relative to adjournment. Introduced and

passed, 87. RESOLUTIONS, JOINT, (COUNCIL FILENo. 1. Relative to adjournment Received, 31; second reading, 31, 34;

in committee, 34; laid on table, 34; in committee, 66, 67; further proceedings, 68, 69, 70, 71; passed with an amendment, 71;

conference, 74, 75; report concurred in, 76, 77, 78; signed, 81. Requiring committees an public expenditures to act jointly. Received,

61; second reading, 64; in committee, 64; passed, 65. No. 2. To amend a resolution concerning the settlement of the accounta

of the late acting commissioner. Received, 66; second reading,

71; in committee, 72; passed, 72; signed, 73; approved, 82. No. 5. Calling on the Secretary of the Treasury of the United States

for information relative to appropriations made by Congress for the use of the Legislative Assembly. Received, 66; second

reading, 71; in committee, 71; passed, 72; signed, 73. No. 6. Relative to publication of the laws. Received, 74; second

reading, 75; in committee, 75; passed with an amendment, 78;

· further proceedings, 79, 80, 81; signed, 81; approved, 88. No. 8. Relative to adjournment. Received, 88; passed, 88. TELLERS

appointed to canvass votes, 6.

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