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No. 22. To organize certain towns in the county of Racine. Re-

ported, 1st and 2d reading 169; in committee, passed
192; further proceedings, 196; passed Council, 2.27; .

further proceedings, 228; signed, 237; approved, 248.
No. 23. To provide for the construction of a railroad from Lake

Michigan to the Mississippi river. Reported, 1st
and 2nd reading, 195; in committee, 227, 233, 236,
244; further proceedings, 252, 255 to 258; reconsi-
dered, 346; recommitted, 348; in committee, 351;

indefinitely postponed, 354.
No. 24. To incorporate the American University. Introduced,

196.
No. 25. Relating to the resignation of, and the contesting of seats in

both branches of the Legislative Assembly. Intro-
duced, 201; first and 2nd reading, 234; in committee,
344; laid on the table, 345; further proceedings, 374;

passed and title amended, 380.
No. 26. To provide for the incorporation of religious societies.

Introduced, 201; 1st and 2nd reading, 211; in com-

mittee, indefinitely postponed, 253.
No. 27. To repeal an act entitled an act to incorporate the stock-

holders of the bank of Mineral Point. Reported, Ist
and 2nd reading, 206; in committee, 222; further
proceedings, 222, 225; passed, 227; passed Council,

401; signed, 408; approved, 4:36.
No. 28. Relating to costs and fees. Reported, 1st and 2nd read-

ing, 206; in committee, lost, 333.
No. 29. To establish the county of Richland. Reported, 1st and

2nd reading, 206; in committee, 368, 371; further
proceedings, 377, 378; passed, 380; passed Council,
411; laid on the table, 417; further proceedings, 418;

signed, 450; approved, 457.
No. 30. To organize the town of Lyonsdale in the county of

Walworth. Reported, 1st and 2nd reading, 211; in
committee, 25:2; further proceedings, 345; rejected in

Council, 401,
No. 31. To incorporate the trustees of the Delevan school. Re-

ported, 1st and 2nd reading. 221; in committee, laid
on the table, 253; further proceedings, 250, 270, 271;
passed, 374; passed Council, 401; signed, 404; ap-

proved, 412.
No. 32. Concerning legitimacy. Introduced, 222; in committee,

399; indefinitely postponed, 405, 416.
No. 33. Regulating marriages. Introduced, 2.22.
No. 34. To organize certain towns in the county of Rock. Re-

ported, 1st and%2nd reading, 232; in committee, 377;
further proceedings, 385; passed, 387; passed Coun-
cil, 407; further proceedings, 411; approved, 421.

No. 35. To provide for laying out a territorial road from Beloit

to Monroe. Reported, 1st and 2nd reading, 232; in
committee, 252; passed 345; indefinitely postponed in

Council, 369.
No. 36. To organize certain towns in the county of Fond du Lac.

Introduced, 1st and 2nd reading, 232; in committee,
383; passed, 398; passed Council, 411; signed, 412;

approved, 436.
No. 37. To establish a certain territorial road. Introduced, 1st

and 2nd reading, 237.
No. 38. To authorize the construction of a dam across the Craw-

fish river. Introduced, 1st and 2nd reading, 247; in
committee, 370; further proceedings, 377: passed,
380; passed Council, 407; further proceedings, 409;

signed, 412; approved, 436.
No. 39. To organize the county of Fond du Lac for judicial pur-

poses, and to organize the county of Calumet. Re-
ported, 1st and 2nd reading, 249; in committee, 383;
passed and title amended, 398; passed Council, 411;
laid on the table, 417; further proceedings, 418; amend-
ments concurred in Council, 446; signed, 450; ap-

proved, 457.
No. 40. To incorporate the Beloit and Rock river bridge compa-

ny. Reported, 251; 1st and 2nd reading, 252; in
committee, 377; further proceedings, 385; passed,
387; passed Council, 107; further proceedings, 411;

approved, 421.
No. 41 To establish a ferry within the military reservation of

Fort Snelling. Introduced, 1st and 2nd reading, 255;

in committee, 350.
No. 42. In addition to an act entitled an act to provide for the com-

pletion of the capitol at Madison. Reported, 1st and
2nd reading, 341; in committee, 376; laid on the ta-
ble, 368; further proceedings, 378; passed, 383; passed

Couucil, 411; further proceedings, 417; signed, 418.
No. 43. In relation to certain moneys in the territorial treasury.

Reported, 1st and 2nd reading, 341; in committee,
laid on the table, 368; further proceedings, 378, 385;
passed, 387; passed Council, 411; further proceedings,

417; signed, 425.
No. 44. To authorize the Adjutant General to draw on the trea-

surer for money to meet certain expenses. Reported,
1st and 2nd reading, 211; in comınittee, 252; passed
and title amended, 345; passed Council, 390; further

proceedings, 394; signed, 404; approved, 412.
No. 45. To incorporate the village of Beloit. Reported, Ist and

2nd reading, 348.
No. 46. To repeal certain acts of incorporation therein named.

Reported, 1st and 2nd reading, 349; in committee,

399, 405; further proceedings, 409; passed, 410.
No. 47. To provide for the security of the property appertaining

to the Legislative Assembly. Reported, 1st and 2nd
reading, 374; in committee, passed, 138, 439; passed

Council, 443; signed, 452; approved, 457.
No. 48. To provide for the payment of certain territorial expenses

therein named. Introduced, 1st and 2nd reading, 376;
in committee 399, 405; further proceedings 417; pass-
ed, 419; passed Council, 448; further proceedings,

449; signed, 452; approved, 457.
No. 49. To restrain boars from running at large. Reported, 1st

and 2nd reading, 385; in committee, 399; lost, 400,
No. 50. To divorce Aaron Kellogg from his wife Dianthe Kel-

logg. Reported, 1st and 2nd reading, 457; laid on the

table, 453.
Bills of the Council:-
No. 1. To amend the act of revised statutes, entitled an act con-

cerning the writ of attachment. Received, 146; first
and second reading, 148; in committee, 164, 173;
passed, 190; further proceedings, 243; committee of
conference, 343; report of committee adopted, 367,

in council 370; signed, 372; approved, 381.
2. To authorize Asa Clark to build and maintain a dam at the

outlet of Pewaukee lake. Received, 149; first and
second reading, 157; in committee, 165; passed, 169;

signed, 176; approved, 199.
3. To repeal an act entitled an act concerning the lien of me-

chanics and others, for the cost of repairs and improve-
ments on real estate. Received, 191; first and second
reading, 192; in committee, 200, 222; laid on the ta-
ble, 2:23; further proceedings, 244; in committee,
passed, 254; amendments concurred in Council, 347;

signed, 369; approved, 381.
6. To incorporate the trustees of the Platteville Academy.-

Received, 71; first and second reading, 74; in com-

mittee, 113; passed, 115; signed, 151; approved, 162.
7. To provide for the relief of purchasers of canal lands. Re-

ceived, 153; first and second reading, 157; in com-
mittee, 164, 174; passed, 343; amendments concurred

in by Council, 347; signed, 369; approved, 388.
8. Concerning the partition of lands. Received, 98; first and

second reading, 113; in committee, 174; passed, 255;

signed, 348; approved, 369.
8. To provide for preserving in the territorial library the acts

and journals of the legislative Assembly. Received,
197; first and second reading, 200; in committee, 375;
passed, 376; signed, 382; approved, 387.

10. To repeal all acts relative to grist mills. Received, 205;

first and second reading, 207; indefinitely postponed,

224.
12. To amend an act entitled an act to incorporate the village

of Racine. Received, 162; first and second reading,
163; in committee, passed, 201; amendment noncon-
curred in Council, 245; further proceedings, 246;
signed, 259; disapproved,388; rcconsidered and passed,

339.
13. To authorize Hiram Weld to establish a ferry across the

Grant river. Received, 236; first and second read-

ing, 245; in committee, 246; laid on the table, 247.
14. To divide the town of Summit, and to organize the town

of Warren. Received, 390; first and second reading,
394; in committee, passed, 395; signed, 404; ap-

proved, 422.
16. To prescribe the number, duties and compensation of the

officers of the Legislative Assembly, and for other
purposes. Received, 175; first and second reading,
186; in committee, 207; laid on the table 372; indefi-

nitely postponed 379; other proceedings 396.
17. For the relief of Portage county. Received 175; first and

second reading 186; in committee 193; passed 196;
amendment non-concurred in council, 205; further pro-
ceedings 206, committee of conference 234, 235; re-

port of committee adopted 2-17, 255; approved 369.
18. To authorize George Lurwick to build and maintain a dam

across the Oconto river. Received 347; first and se-

cond reading 349; in committee 375; passed 376.
- 19. To amend an act entitled an act to change the corporate li-

inits and powers of the town of Green Bay. Received
197; first and second reading 200; in committee 2.29;
passed 232; signed 259; returned from council disap-
proved 430; re-considered and passed in council 430;

reconsidered and passed 434.
23. To amend the act of revised statutes concerning the Su-

preme and District Courts. Received 191; first and se-

cond reading 192; signed 386; approved 397.."
25. Declaratory of an act entitled an act prescribing the terms

of office of certain county officers, and for other pur-
poses. Received 236; first and second reading 245;
in committee, laid on the table 368, in committee 444;

passed 445; signed 450; approved 457.
27. For the promotion of agricultural interests and the forma-

tion of agricultural societies. Received 227; first and
second reading 228. In committee 232; indefinitely

postponed 233.
28. To revive and amend an act to incorporate the West

Fire Insurance Company at Prairie du Chien, and the
Howard Fire Insurance company of Brown county.
Received 227; first and second reading 228; in com-

mittee 229; passed 232; signed 237.
29. To authorize the issuing drasis or bills for the payment of

the expenses of the present session of the Legislative
Assembly. Received 197; first and second reading
200; in committee 202, passed 204; council non-con-
curred in amendment 228; committee of conference
228, 234; report of committee, laid on the table 235;
re-committed 342; report of committee adopted 358,

370; Signed 372; approved 381.
31. To repeal the several acts providing for aiding in the con-

struction of the Milwaukee and Rock river canal, and
to provide for the temporary management and control
of the canal lands. Received 369; first and second
reading 370; in committee 377, 389; Council non-con-
curred in amendment 397; further proceedings 398;
committee of conference 402; report of committee

adopted 413, 416; signed 425.
32. To provide for the taking the census of the inhabitants of

the territory of Wisconsin, and to authorize the Gover-
nor to apportion the members of the Council and House
of Representatives. Received 406; first and second
reading 409, in committee, negatived 429; further pro-
ceedings 439, 450, 459, 460, 461; passed 462; amend-
ment concurred in by Council 455; signed 466; appro-

ved 467.
33. To amend the act to incorporate the village of Southport.

Received 347; first and second reading 349; in com-
mittee 368; passed 371; signed 376; returned from
Council disapproved 430; reconsidered and passed in

Council 430; reconsidered and passed 433.
35. To encourage the growth of wool. Received 369; first

and second reading 370; negatived 375; further pro-

ceedings 380, 388.
36. To incorporate the Fox river improvement company. Re-

ceived 369; first and second reading 370, in committee
372; passed 379, 380; amendments concurred in by

Council 387; signed 404; approved 4:22.
37. To amend and define the act entitled an act to provide for

the government of the several towns in this territory,
and for the revision of county government. Received
369; first and second reading 370; in committee 373,
378; passed 384; amendments concurred in by Coun-
cil 396; further proceedings, committee of conterence
appointed 395, 401; report of committee adopted 417,
430; signed 438; approved 456.

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