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Bill to define the jurisdiction of the county courts, and other purpo-

ses, 259.
Bill to amend section nineteen of chapter one hundred and fifty of

the revised statutes of 1846, 259.
On bill to amend chapter one hundred and seventy-two of the revi.

sed statutes of 1846, 269.
On bill relative to costs of proceedings in criminal cases, 269.
On petition of supervisors of Kent county, relative to poor laws, 269.
Bill to authorize certain Indians to convey lands in the county of Al-

legan, 269.
Bill to vacate a portion of the village of Berrien, in the county of

Berrien, 269.
Bill to regulate costs in certain cases, 269.
On bill to amend chapter ninety-three of the revised statutes of 1846,

270.
On bill to amend section thirty-four of chapter one hundred and thir-

ty-four of the revised statutes of 1846, 279.
On petition of district board of school district number eight, in the

township of Rinsom, Hillsdale county, 279.
On bill to authorize Jacob Barnes, guardian of Cornelius Barnes, to

sell certain real estate, 280.
On bill relative to elections, 355.
On bill to provide for the payment of officers attending on the courts

of chancery, 312.
On bill to vacate a certain part of the village plat of the village of

Tekonsha, in the county of Calhoun, 327.
On bills to transfer the trusteeship of certain lands therein mention-

ed, 327.
On bill to amend chapter one hundred and six of title twenty-two of

the revised statutes, 338.
On petition of Spencer Putnam ond others, minors, for autherity to

convey real estate, 338.
On bill to amend section twenty-three of chapter forty-one of the

revised statutes of 1846, 358, 394.
On bill to authorize the minor heirs of William Mochmoer to convey

certain real estate, 383.
On bill to legalize the plats of the villages of Orion and New Can-

andaigua City, in the township of Orion, in the county of Oak-

Jand, 393.
On bill authorizing the holding of the courts in the county of Ing.

ham, alternately at Mason and Lansing, 394.
Bill to vacate the village plat of the village of Bloomingrove, in the

county of Berrien, 394.
Bill to authorize Nancy Maria Sliker and others, minors, to convey

certain real estate, 407.
On petition of Joseph Loranger, Jr., for authority to sell certain real

estate, 407.
On bill to provide for the removal of the state land office to the seat

of government, 407.
Bill to require county treasurers to cancel and adjust certain sales of

lands for taxes, 440,

Bill to define the jurisdiction of county courts, and for other purpo-

ses, 158.
Bill to authorize William Buntin to convey real estate, 458.
Bill to define and regulate the period of labor, 458.
On bill to authorize the minor heirs of the late Jesse Tuttle, deceas.

ed, to convey certain real estate, 459.
On bill to authorize Linus Jacox to convey certain real estate, 459.
On memorial of Stephen L. Lowing, relative to the law of divorce,

459.
On memorial of yearly meeting of Friends, 459.
On petition of Losina Willson, asking authority to sell certain real

estate, 460.
On bill to authorize Esther Tuthill to convey certain real estate, 460.
Bill to vacate the plat of the Village of the Lake, in Washtenaw

county, 478.
On bill to legalize notices given in pursuance of stipulations in the

sale of real estate, and other property, 478.
On memorials, petitions and remonstrances, for and against the re-

storation of the law providing for capital punishment, 478.
On bill to amend chapter one hundred and twenty-three of the re-

vised statutes of 1846, 492.
On bill to authorize Eunice James, widow of Solomon James, to sell

certain real estate, 503.
On bill to authorize Joseph McNamee, of the county of Livingston,

to convey certain real estate, 503.
Bill to amend chapter ninety-three of the revised statutes of 1846,

515.
On petition of L. M. Mason and others, for a repeal of the county

court law, 515.
On bill relative to the admission of attorneys, counsellors and solici-

tors, 515, 550.
On bill to amend an act entitled an act to incorporate the city of

Monroe, and certain acts amendatory thereto, 517.
Bill to amend an act entitled an act to authorize the governor to is-

sue patents in certain cases, approved April 28, 1846, 529.
Bill to amend section thirty-six of chapter fourteen of the revised

statutes of 1846, 535.
On petition of J. L. Armstrong and others, of Oakland county, for a

law providing for the settlement of all claims to damages for

flowing certain lands, 551.
On bill to vacate a portion of the map or plat of the town of Lyons,

in Ionia county, 599.
On bill to provide for settling the damages occasioned by the erec-

tion of dams for mills, where the waters thereof overflow adja-

cent lands, 599.
On bill to authorize Mary Ann Miller to convey certain real estate,

600.
On bill for the vacation of certain streets and an alley in the village
of Byron, in the county of Shiawaesee, 600.
On bill to amend chapter seven, title two of the revised statutes,

600.

On bill to amend sections eighteen, twenty, twenty-four and twenty-

eight of tile nine, chapter forty-one of the revised statutes, 600.
On bill to authorize Charlotte Pratt, widow of John W. Pratt, de-

ceased, to convey certain real estate, 600.
On bill to repeal section five of an act entitled an act relative to state

printing, approved March 12, 1849, 616.
On joint resoluuon relative to the discharge of a certain mortgage,

617.
On bill to consolidate the laws in relation to county courts, 617, 653.
On bill giving the circuit courts jurisdiction in actions of ejectment,

617.
On bill providing for the payment of fees of certain officers for ser-

vices rendered in criminal cases, 636.
On bill to amend section four of chapter one hundred and sixteen of

the revised statutes of 1846, 636.
On bill to authorize the supreme court to make rules regulating the

practice in the circuit and county courts in cases where a non-

join der or a mis-joinder of parties occur, 636.
On bill for the relief of David A. Wright, 636.
On bill to amend chapter ninety-four of the revised statutes, in rela-

tion to criminal proceedings before justices of the peace, 635.
On bill relative to convicts sentenced to solitary confinement in the
Slaie prison for life, 644.

Of Committee on Militia.
On preamble and joint resolution relative to storing the ordnance of
the state, &c., 189.

Of Committee on Mines and Minerals.
On bill incorporating the Minesota mining company, 291.
On bill incorporating the Northwest mining company of Michigan,

291.
On bill incorporating the Pittsburg and Isle Royal mining company,

296.
On bill to incorporate the Native copper company, 297.

Of Committee on the Organization of Towns and Counties.
On petition of Robert Duff and others, relative to the division of Ash

and Frenchtown, 148.
Bill to provide for the location of the seat of justice in the county of

Kent, 170.
Bill to attach a part of the township of Rives, in the county of Jaek-

son, to the township of Henrietta, 177.
Bill to organize certain townships, and for other purposes, 260, 427.
Bill to alter the boundary line dividing the counties of St. Clair and

Sanilac, 270.
Bill to alter the town line dividing the townships of St. Clair and

China, in the county of St. Clair, 270.
On bill to attach certain portions of the township of Hamtramck, in

the county of Wayne, to the township of Grosse Point, in said

county, 36.
On petition of F. Denison and others, for the incorporation of the

counties of Clinton, Eaton and Ingham, into one couniy, 313.
On petition of citizens of Michigan, for an alteration of the name of

Van Buren county, 313.
On petitions for the formation of a new county out of parts of Len-

awee and Hillsdale, 416.
On petition of A. Hawley and others, asking that the township of

Sherman may be attached to Sturgis, in St. Joseph coun:y, 426.
On petition of citizens of Warren, in Macomb county, asking that

said township may be attached to Erin, 426.
On petitions and remonstrances relative to Shiawassee county seat,

438, 449.
On bill to amend an act approved March 19, 1838, vacating a portion

of the village plat of Otsego, 440.
Bill to establish the boundary line between the townships of Ash and

Frenchtown, 460.
Bill to refer to the electors of Berrien county the question of remo-

ving the county site to the village of Niles, 528.
On bill to amend an act to organize certain townships, approved
March 15, 1849, and for other purposes, 679.

Of Committee on Public Lands.
On petition of P. J. G. Hodenpuyl and others of Ottawa county,

93.
Joint resolution relative to salt spring lands in the town of Saline,

101.
Bill to provide for the removal of the state land office to the seat of

government, 124.
On petition of Robert Hilton, relative to certain salt spring lands in

Kent county, 155.
On bill to authorize the commissioner of the state land office to sell

certain primary school lands, 156.
On bill to authorize the commissioner of the state land office to sell

certain university lands, 156.
On petition of James Hudson and others, asking for the appraisal of

certain university lands, 177.
On bill to authorize Alfred Ashley, his heirs or assigns, to construct

a plank road across those parts of sections two and eleven, in town
three north of range fourteen east, known as salt spring lands

belonging to the state, 198.
On joint resolutions relative to the selection of public lands, 198,

371.
On petition of J. A. Peck and others, for a reduction in the price of

of certain school lands, 270.
On bill authorizing the commissioner of the state land office to sell

certain lots in the town of Lansing, and for other purposes, 320.
On remonstrance of Robert Hilton and N. Fisk against the passage

of any act granting salt spring lands to John Hagadone, 320

Bill to provide for the sale of university lands in the county of Ber-

rien, 416.
Bill to provide for the draining of low lands in the town of Lansing,
and for o:her

purposes, 416.
On bill to provide for draining certain low lauds in the vicinity of De-

troit, 425.
On joint resolution authorizing the commissioner of the state land

office to issue a certificate of purchase to Thomas B. Abell, of

certain school lands, 449.
On joint resolution relative to the donation of a lot in the town of Lan-

sing, 458.
On petitions for a law authorizing county treasurers to receive mon-

eys due the school fund, 479.
On petition of Joseph Grey and others, James Dunham and others,

and Henry Simmons and others, 550.
On preamble and joint resolutions relative to the selection and loca-

tion of certain internal improvement lands, and for other purpo-

ses, 704.
On joint resolution relative to a certain appropriation of internal im-
provement lands, 704.

Of Committee on Printing.
On resolution of inquiry relative to the journals of last session, 45.
On memorial of D. Munger and G. W. Pattison, 81.
Joint resolution directing the publication of a statement of lands to be

soll in ihe county of Ionia, in 1849, 148.
On bill to amend the revised statutes in relation to the printing of the

annual reports of the state officers, 245.
Joint resolution relative to state printing, 245.
On claim of Leonora M. Ellis, widow of Edward D. Ellis, 245.
On resolution of inquiry, relative to printing the legislative manual,

398.

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Of Committee on Roads and Bridges.
Bill authoriziny Isaac N. Swain to erect and maintain a dam across

Paw Paw river, in Berrien county, 95.
On bill to authorize the construction of a free bridge across the St.

Joseph river, at or near the mouth of M'Coy's creek, 95.
On petition of Isaac Oiis and ochers, for a road from Richland to

Hastings, 95.
On bill to amend the revised statutes in relation to the assessment of

highway taxes, 95.
On bill to au horize Erie Prince and William H. Chillson to build a

dam across the Thornapple river, in the county of Kent, 129.
Bill to repeal act number one hundred and thirty-seven of session

laws of 1848, 131.
Bill to provide for the laying out of private roads, 148.
On bill to provide for laying out a state road from Mason to Dex-

ter, 160.
Bill to authorize Almeron Newman, James Newman, Peter M. Kind,

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