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No. 460, A. A bill to amend section 254, revised statutes of 1878, relating

to the drainage fund. Received from assembly, 442. State Affairs. 444. Reported favorably, 454. Read third time and

concurred in, 471. Published as chapter 264. 461, A. A bill to appropriate money to pay legislative employes. Re

ceived from assembly, 308. Claims, 308. Reported favorably with amendments, 325. Laid over, 349. Amendments adopted, ordered read third time, 361. Read third time and concurred in, 363. Assembly concurs in senate amendments,

395. Published as chapter 179. 462, A. To authorize Thomas Kerns, and his assigns, to build, maintain

and keep in repair, a certain dam upon Pine creek, in Taylor county, Wisconsin. Received from assembly, 245. Incorporations, 245. Reported favorably, 280. Ordered read third time, 296. Read third time and concurred in, 302. Published as chapter 130.

463, A. To require certain private foreign corporations, organized

under the laws of other states, actually carrying on the business of manufacturing in this state, to make certain reports to the secretary of state. Received from assembly, 239. Judiciary, 239. Laid over till March 21st, 336. Laid over, 370. Amendments adopted, ordered read third time, 385. Read third time and concurred in, 397. Published as chapter 229.

467, A. A bill to revise, consolidate and amend the charter of the city

of Oshkosh, the act incorporating the city, and the several acts amendatory thereof. Received from assembly, 285, Incorporations, 286. Reported favorably, 304. Ordered read third time, 335. Read third time and concurred in, 349. Returned to senate for further consideration, 430. Vote reconsidered, recommitted to senator Wall, 432. Reported favorably with amendments, 440. Rules suspended, amendments adopted, read third time and concurred in, 440. Assembly concurs in senate amendments, 476. Published as chanter 183.

468, A.

A bill to provide for the purchase of certain copies of “Shepard's Wisconsin Digest,” for the use of the state, and to appropriate a sum of money therefor: Received from assembly, 382. State Affairs, 383. Reported favorably, 389. Amendment adopted, rules suspended, read third time and concurred in, 419. Assembly concurs in senate amendments, 476. Published as chapter 243.

470, A. To amend the charter of the city of Ahnapee. Received from

assembly, 239. Incorporations, 239. Reported favorably, 255. Ordered a third reading, 272. Published as chapter 71.

472. A. A bill to authorize John Arpin and P. B. Champagne, their

heirs and assigns, to build, rebuild and maintain flooding dams in and across St. German creek, in Lincoln county. Received from assembly, 458. Incorporations, 459. Reported favorably, 466. Amendments adopted, read third time and concurred in, 491. Published as chapter 355.

473, A. A bill to amend section 9 of sub-chapter 14 of chapter 159 of

the laws of 1878, entitled "Anact to revise the charter of the city of Chippewa Falls." Received from assembly, 477. Read third time and concurred in, 479. Published as chapter 356.

No. 474, A. A bill to amend chapter 181 of the revised statutes, entitled

“Of offenses against the lives and persons of individuals.” Received from assembly, 395. Judiciary: 496. Reported favorably, 438. Concurred in, 448. Published as chapter 257.

475, A. To authorize H. B. Mills to improve Robison creek, in Jackson

county, for driving logs and manufacturing the same into lumber. Received from assembly, 238. Committee on Incorporations, 239. Reported favorably, 255. Ordered a third reading, 272. "Rules suspended, read third time and concurred in, 275. Returns to senate for further consideration, 478. Vote reconsidered, amendment adopted, read third time and concurred in, 480. Assembly concurs in senate amendments, 485. Published as chapter 317.

476, A. A bill to provide passways for fish in Iowa and La Fayette

counties. Received from assembly, Agriculture, 202. Reported favorably, 236. Amendment offered and adopted, ordered to third reading, 248. Read third time and concurred in, 260. Assembly concurs, 285. Published as chapter 126.

477, A. A bill to amend section 3 of chapter 140 of the general laws of

1881, entitled “an act relating to circuit courts, special terms, filing of decisions and trials in vacation. Received from assembly, 356. Judiciary, 358. Reported favorably, 377. Ordered read third time, 404. Rules suspended, read third time and concurred in, 406. Published as chapter 169.

478, A. A bill to legalize the acts of Charles A. Roberts, a justice of

the peace of Vernon county. Received from assembly, 269. Judiciary, 270. Rules suspended, read third time and concurred in, 275. Reported favorably, 280. Ordered read third time, 296. Read third time and concurred in, 302. Published as chapter 125.

479, A. A bill to legalize the acts of James E. Newell, a justice of the

peace of Vernon county. Received from assembly, 269. Judiciary, 270. Reported favorably, 280. Ordered read third time, 296. Read third time and concurred in, 302. Published as chapter 124.

480, A. A bill to appropriate a certain sum of money therein named

for extra work and material on capitol extension. Received from assembly, 443. General file, 444. Ordered read third time, 462, Amendment adopted, read third time and concurred in, 470. Refuses to concur in senate amendments, 477. Senate adhered to its amendments, 481. Concurs in the request for a committee of conference, 484. Senate recedes from its amendments, read third time and concurred in, 485. Published as chapter 358.

481, A. A bill to empower the common council of the city of Racine

to grant franchises to private water companies, and contract for the use of water therefrom, and amendatory of chapter 313 of the laws of 1876, and the several acts amendatory thereof. Received from assembly, 395. Rules suspended, read third time and concurred in, 396. Published as chapter 246.

No. 482, A. A bill to appropriate to Thomas Kennedy, sergeant-at-arms of

the assembly, a sum of money therein named. Received from assembly, 477. State Affairs, 479. Read third time and concurred in, 480. Published as chapter 359.

483, A.

A bill to amend section 664 of chapter 36 of the revised stat

utes, entitled “of the county board.” Received from assembly, 478. Read third time and concurred in, 479. Published as chapter 318.

484, A. A bill to provide when chapter 250 of the laws of 1883 shall

take effect. Received from assembly, 499. Read third time and concurred in, 499. Published as chapter 253.

ASSEMBLY JOINT RESOLUTIONS.

No. 1. A. Appointing a committee to wait on his excellency the governor.

Received from assembly. Concurred in, 8.

2, A. To appoint a committee to investigate the cause of the loss of

life in the Newhall House fire. Received from assembly, 52. State Affairs, 52. Reported favorably. 62. Non-concurred in, 66.

4, A. Relating to increase of pensions to one-armed and one-legged

soldiers. Received from assembly. ederal Relations, 52.

Reported favorably, 55. Concurred in, 62. 6, A. Relating to the expediency of printing reports of state institutions

and departments biennally. Received from assembly, 56. Referred to joint committee on Printing, 57. Reported adversely,

315. Indefinitely postponed, 348. 7, A.' Extending sympathy to citizens of Milwaukee and others. Re

ceived from assembly, 52. Concurred in, 52.

8, A. In relation to printing as a bill or publishing as a law, city or

village charters. Received from assembly, 103. Judiciary, 108. Indefinitely postponed, 334..

9, A. Amending section 23, of article 4, of the constitution of the state

of Wisconsin. Received from assembly, 308. Judiciary, 308. Reported adversely, 364. Indefinitely postponed, 383.

10, A. Directing superintendent of public property furnishing station

ery and stamps to members at cost price, 75. Laid on table, 75.

11, A. Suspending sale of pulic lands. Received from assembly, 66.

Public lands, 66. Reported favorably, 69. Concurred in, 75.

13, A. For appointment of additional employes. Received from as

sembly, 84. Claims, 84. Reported favorably with amendments. 130. Recommitted State Affairs, 137. Reported without amendments, 150. Laid over, 157. Adopted, 173. Amendment adopted, 174. Recommitted Senator Hudd, 184. Reported favorably with amendments, 195.

Amended concurred in, 203. Amendments concurred in, 220. 14, A. Requesting our senators and representatives in congress to use No. 21, A. Permitting Hon. J. S. Gallagher to introduce a bill. Received

their influence to have the tax on matches abolished, 123. Referred Federal Relations, 124. Reported favorably, concurrence asked, 161. Concurred in, 174.

19, A. Requesting the governor to return No. 66, A. Received from

the assembly, 130. Concurred in, 130. 20, A. Granting privilege to introduce a bill. Received from as

sembly, 136. ('oncurred in, 137.

From assembly, 137. Concurred in, 137. 22, A. Granting privilege to introduce a bill. Received from assembly,

143. Concurred in, 143. 23, A. To adjourn till Monday evening 19th inst. Received from as

sembly, 143. Concurred in, 143. 25, A. In relation to the funeral of Ex-Governor Smith. Received

from the assembly, 143. Concurred in, 143. 26, A. To permit Mr. Nichols to introduce a bill. 165. Concurred

in, 165.

28, A. Granting M. J. Egan the privilege of introducing a bill. Non

concurred in, 173.

29, A. Directing the superintendent of public property to fire a salute.

Laid on table, 173.

31, A. Instructing committee on Claims to draw up a certain bill

therein named. Received from assembly. 220. State Affairs, 221. Reported favorably with amendment, 326. Rules sus

pended, concurred in, 326. 33, A. Instructing superintendent of public property to deliver certain

reports to members of the present legislature. Received from assembly, 329. Laid over till 20th, 330. Amendments adopted, recommitted Education, 358. Reported adversely, 390. Indefinitely postponed, 415.

36, A. To authorize the committee on State Affairs to employ a short

hand reporter for a time therein named. Received from assembly, 330. Concurred in, 330.

37, A. Permitting Mr. Packard to introduce a bill. Concurred in, 382. 38, A. Requesting governor to return bill No. 475, A. Received from

assembly, 395. Concurred in, 396. 39, A. Requesting governor to return bill No. 79, A., to the assembly.

Received from assembly, 395. Concurred in, 396.

40, A. Instructing chief clerk of the assembly to correct title of bill

No. 203, Å. Adopted, 414. Concurred in, 414.

41, A. Requesting the senate to return No. 143, S., a bill to incorporate

the city of Edgerton. Non-concurred in, 246. Vote reconsidered, resolution concurred in, 258.

42, A. Requesting the governor to return to the assembly bills Nos. 467

and 69, A. Adopted, 414. Concurred in, 414.

43, A. Requesting the governor to return bill No. 281, A. Adopted,

414. Concurred in, 414. 44, A. Requesting the governor to return bill No. 420, A. Adopted,

414. Concurred in, 414.

45, A. Returning thanks to senate for last evening's entertainment.

Received from assembly, 308. Resolution adopted, 308.

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