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The committee on Engrossed Bills have examined and find correctly engrossed
No. 37, S.,
A bill to provide for the appointment and compensation of clerks of county courts, and prescribing the duties of such clerks.
No. 104, S.,
A bill to amend section 1590 of the revised statutes, entitled “ of police regulations."
No. 186, S.,
A bill to correct certain typographical errors in chapter 322, laws of 1882, as printed and published.
W. C. MEFFERT,
The committee on Enrolled Bills have examined and find correctly enrolled
No. 3, S.,
A bill relating to the commitment of persons to insane asylums.
E. K. ERWIN.
REPORTS OF SELECT COMMITTEES.
The select committee to whom was referred
A bill to repeal section 1, of chapter 55, of private and local laws of 1860, entitled an act to provide for the holding of the annual school meeting in district No. 4, town of East Troy,
Have had the same under consideration, and report it back with recommendation that it be concurred in.
MESSAGE FROM THE ASSEMBLY.
I am directed to inform you that the assembly has concurred in,
No. 32, S.,
A bill to amend section 2610 of chapter 118 of the revised statutes entitled of the forms of civil actions and of parties thereto.
No. 61. S.
A bill to legalize the action of county boards of supervisors relating to salaries of certain county officers.
No. 73, S.,
A bill to legalize a certain plat of the village of Hancock, county of Waushara, state of Wisconsin.
No. 93, S.,
A bill to legalize the acts of the executive committee of the school board of directors of the town of Polar, Langlade county, and the several sub-district clerks constituting said board of directors.
No. 143, S.,
A bill relating to the organization of towns, and amendatory of section 674 of the revised statutes.
No. 46, S.,
A bill to amend section 2449 of chapter 114 of the revised statutes, relating to terms of the county court.
And has corrected and concurred in as corrected
A bill relating to electors and general elections, and amendatory of sections 12 and 14 of chapter 5 of the revised statutes.
M. C. No. 7, S.,
Memorial to congress for an increase of pensions for disabled soldiers in the war with Mexico.
And has concurred in
Memorial to the postmaster general for an increase of mail service on certain routes in Door county.
And has passed and asks the concurrence of the senate in No. 318, A.,
A bill to authorize the St. Paul Eastern Grand Trunk Railway Company to build, construct and maintain a bridge for railway purposes over and across the Wolf river in the county of Shawano, state of Wisconsin.
No. 162, A.,
A bill to authorize Thomas Kerns and his assigns to build, maintain and keep in repair a certain dam upon Pine Creek, in Taylor County, Wisconsin.
And has adopted
ASSEMBLY MESSAGE CONSIDERED.
Nos. 318, and 462, A.,
No. 70, S.,
Senator Colman moved that the bill be recommitted to the committee on Engrossed Bills.
Which was rejected.
On motion of Senator Reed, the vote by which the senate refused to concur in the assembly corrections to
No. 52. S.,
The question then recurring on the motion to concur in the assembly correction to No. 52, S.
The motion was rejected.
A bill relating to the discharge of mortgages and amendatory of section 2256, chapter 100, revised statutes,
Was indefinitely postponed,
And the bill was recommitted to the committee on Judiciary.
Senator Minor moved that the vote by which
A bill to amend section 1713, chapter 191, of the revised statutes, relating to attorneys' fees in certain cases,
Was indefinitely postponed, Be reconsidered. The ayes and noes being demanded, it was decided in the affirmative; ayes 17; noes 12; not voting, t.
The vote was as follows:
Aves - Senators Chase, Comstock, Flint, Hill, McDonald, Meffert, Minor, Parry, Pingel, Reed, Rvland, Sherman, Smith, Stanley, Warner, Webb and Wiley.- 17.
Noes-Senators Ackley, Adams, Bennett, Colman, Cottrill. Erwin, Jonas, Kingston, Lord, Palmetier, Randall and Ringle.-12.
Absent or not voting - Senators Blake, Carey, Hudd and Wall.- t.
On motioga of Senator Ackley,
The bill was laid over until March 8th.
A bill to amend section 4444 of chapter 182, revised statutes, entitled “ malicious tresp ass."
The ayes and noes being demanded it was decided in the affirmative; ayes, 22: noes, 7; not voting, t.
The vote was as follows:
Ayes — Senators Ackley, Bennett, Carey, Colman, Comstock, Erwin, Flint, Hill, Lord, McDonald, Meffert, Minor, Palmetier, Parry, Pingel, Ringle, Ryland, Sherman, Stanley, Warner, Webb and Wiley – 22.
Noes — Senators Adams, Chase, Cottrill, Jonas, Kingston, Randall and Smith --.
Absent or not voting - Senators Blake, Hudd, Reed and Wall-t.
Senator Colman moved that the vote by which No. 138, S., was concurred in be reconsidered, and that that motion lie over.
BILLS READY FOR A THIRD READING.
No. 117. S..
A bill supplementary to chapter 23:3 of the general laws of 1880, entitled an act to amend section 2731 of the revised statutes of 1878, relating to proceedings by attachment.
No. 118, S.,
A bill to authorize the State Historical Society of Wisconsin to sell and convey a certain tract of land.
No. 130, S.,
A bill relating to the reassessment of lands for taxation and amendatory of section 1210b of the revised statutes,
No. 131, S.,
A bill to amend chapter 245 of the laws of 1879, entitled "an act to amend sections 190, 192, 193, 194 and 496 of the revised statutes, relating to free high schools,"
Were severally read a third time and passed. No. 21, A., A bill to authorize voters of incorporated villages to direct. whether the offices of village clerk and street commissioner shall be filled by appointment or by election.
No. 18, A.,
A bill to amend section 1, chapter 9, of the general laws of 1879, relating to special terms of the circuit court in the ith judicial circuit.
No. 208, A.,
A bill prescribing and fixing the terms of the circurt court in the county of Winnebago, Wis.
No. 297. A.,
A bill to amend section 523, chapter 27 of the revised statutes, relating to the election of officers by town boards of school directors in towns having the township system of school government.
No. 63, A.,
A bill to authorize the maintenance of a bridge across Rock river, in the city of Beloit,
Were severally read a third time and concurred in. No. 230, A., A bill to appropriate to the Wisconsin Dairymen's Association a sum of money therein named,
Was read a third time and concurred in. The ayes and noes being required it was decided in the affirmative; ayes 29; noes 0; not voting .
The vote was as follows:
Ayes.- Senators Ackley, Adams, Bennett, Chase, Colman, Comstock, Cottrill, Erwin, Flint, Hill, Jonas, Kingston, Lord, McDonald, Meffert, Minor, Palmetier, Parry, Pingel, Randall, Reed, Ringle, Ryland, Sherman, Smith, Stanley, Warner, Webb and Wiley - 29.
Absent or not voting - Senators Blake, Carey, Hudd and Wall - 1.
BILLS ON THEIR THIRD READING.
No. 41, A..
A bill to authorize Jerome Peltier, his heirs or assigns, to build and maintain a pier in the waters of Green Bay.
No. 82, A.,
A bill to repeal chapter 6, of chapter 89, of the laws of 1877, entitled, an act to incorporate the city of Chilton, and to adopt the provisions of chapter 52, revised statutes in lieu thereof.
No. 167, A., A bill to protect the fish in the lakes, bayous and sloughs of the Mississippi river.
No 174, A.,
A bill to appropriate to W. S. Monroe a certain sum of money,
Were severally ordered to a third reading.
A bill to provide for passways for fish in Iowa and La Favette counties.
Strike out the words "counties of Iowa," and insert county of.
Which was adopted.