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" Memorial to Congress for appropriations of lands for manual labor colleges."
" Resolution authorizing the clerk of the supreme court of this Territory to keep his office in the Capitol at Madison,”
“ A memorial to Congress to extend the jurisdiction of justices of the peace.”.
" An act to provide for the appointment of agents to demand fugitives from justice, and for issuing search warrants." si
"An act to authorize the county cf Iowa to collect taxes due from :he county of Dane for the year 1838." . ... vi • “ Joint resolution relative to the printing of the laws passed at the present session of the Legislative Assembly.”
“ An act to change the name of the town of Mentor, in the county of Milwaukee.” And, ' w .... . "Memorial to Congress relating to duties on imported lead.” : *
Mr. Longstreet, from the committee on enrolment, reported the following to be correctly enrolled, which were signed by the Speaker, viz :
n incsi vin . “ An act to organize the county of Dodge, and for other pur. poses.” And,
. 6: in' wiodivne in “Memorial to Congress concerning pre-emption rights to miners."
Bill No. 51, “ A bill to provide for the compensation of the ofi. cers of the Legislative Assembly, and for other purposes," re. turned from the Council with amendments, was taken up and considered, when, in ... . .. ...'
The House refused to concur in the 1st, 2d and 5th of the amendments made by the Council, and concurred in the 3d, 4th, 6th and 7th amendments. P r is, Wwe SAS
Mr. Billings offered to amend the 8th amendment of the Coun. cil, by inserting in lieu of the words stricken out, as follows:
“To William B. Slaughter, for necessary expenses in paying twenty thousand dollars to the Bank of Missouri, the sum of four hundred and fifty dollars.”..bei With S i d er : "To Moses M. Strong, for necessary expenses in paying thir. teen thousand three hundred dollars to Collier & Pettus."
Mr. Sholes called for a division of the question.
“ No. 47, . A bill to amend an act entitled, An act to provide for assessing and collecting county revenue.'
* No. 50, - A bill to change the name of the town of Mentor, in the county of Milwaukee.'
“No. 51,6 À bill to provide for the compensation of the officers of the Legislative Assembly, and for other purposes;' and,
"No. 14, • Joint resolution relating to the printing of the laws passed at the present session of the Legislative Assembly," with amendments to bills Nos, 47 and 51, in which amendments the concurrence of this House is requested.
"And have concurred in the amendment of this House to bill No. 41; entitled, .A bill 10 provide for laying out and opening Territorial roads, and for other purposes.'
" Have negatived bills of the following titles, viz:
“ No. 42, • A bill in relation to United States roads in this Ter. ritory ;' and,
“No. 49, “ A bill to regulate the mode of petitioning the Le. gislative Assembly.'
“And have receded from their amendments to bill No. 41, 'A bill to organize the county of Dodge." " . .
And then he withdrew.
Mr. Sutherland, from the committee appointed for the purpose, made the following report:
The joint committee, appointed on the disagreeing vote of the two houses, in relation to bill No.41, entitled, "A bill to organize the county of Dodge,” have had the subject referred to them under con. sideration, and would respectfully report, that the committee on the part of the Council have agreed to recommend to that body to recede from their amendment, made to the bill in the Coun."
. The report of the committee was accepted, and the discharged.
Mr. Shackelford, from the committee on the following to be correctly enrolled the Speaker, viz:oad Song
" An act limiting the term ed by law.Nlid al horno
Poleti 2020 "Memorial to Congress for appropriations of lands for mange labor colleges.”
“ Resolution authorizing the clerk of the supreme 2017. " this Territory to keep his office in the Capitol a Mattison (“ A memorial to Congress to extend the jurisdiction i s of the peace.” " An act to provide for the appointmeest
o nts to fugitives from justice, and for issuing som man
"An act to authorize the county of Iowa to egliset tans from the county of Dane for ibe year 1938,
"Joint resolution relative to tie prisigottie ans 3 the present session of the Legislatie Essential
“ An act to change the name of the town of Beness
“ Memorial to Congress relating to interesantes
“ An act to organize the county of Dortmund
Bill No. 51, “ A bill to provide for d em
of said Strong, and The House refused to our
House. amendments mot by the Court "ppointed said commit. 6th and 7th
Mr. B cil, by
list of all acts, resolutions ed in this House during the been approved by the Execu.
o'clock A. M. on Monday next.
Mr. Shackelford moved the previous question, which was put in these words, viz : “Shall the main question be now put?"
The ayes and noes being called on said question, were taken and were as follows :
Ayes-Messrs. Baldwin, Beardsley, Billings, Blackstone, Bracken, Brunson, Childs, Conroe, Craig, Cruson, Dewey, Hoyt, Jen. kins, Longstreet, McGregor, Newman, Ray, Shackelford, Sholes, Stevens, Story and Sutherland-22.
Noes-Messrs. Wells and Whiton, speaker--2.
So the main question was ordered, and was then put in these words, viz: “ Will the House concur in, the amendment of the Council?"
And was decided in the negative. · Mr. Billings moved to amend the 9th amendment, by striking out the words “thirty-eight,” in the first paragraph, and inserting in lieu thereof the word, “forty-three,” and, also, by striking out the words “one hundred and fourteen,” and inserting the words "one hundred and twenty-nine.”
The motion was not agreed to. Mr. Billings moved to amend the 9th amendment by striking out the words “ three dollars per day," in the 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th and 13th paragraphs, and inserting in lieu these words, “ four dollars per day.”
The amendment to the amendments was agreed to.
Mr. Sholes moved to amend the 9th amendment, by inserting at the close of the 14th paragraph the following:
• To John Catlin, for preparing the Journal of the House of Representatives of the present session for publication, the sum of one hundred and twenty-five dollars."
“To David Brigham for preparing the laws of the present ses-
On motion of Mr. Shew,
entitled, Resolution suspending 14th and 15th joint resolu. tions.'
" Have negatived résolution No. 20, entitled, • Resolution rela. ting to printing of the laws in the newspapers ;' have concurred in the aimendment in the amendment of this House to bill No. 52, entitled, "A bill concerning actions relating to real properly;' and have receded from their amendment to bill No. 45 of this House, entitled, “A bill concerning the duties of clerks of the board of county commissioners ;' and have adherod to their amendments to resolution No. 17, • Resolution concerning the settlement of the accounts of the late acting cominissioner.'
“I have been directed to present the cnclosed memorials of Collier & Pettus, and Moses M. Strong, in relation to the loan obtained from the former last winter by the latter as fiscal agent of the Legislative Assembly.”
And then he withdrew.
The House then took up resolution No. 13, entitled, “ Resolution suspending the 14th and 15:h joint rules,” which was then read the first, second and third time, passed, and the title thereof agreed to; all rules prohibiting the same, being suspended for that purpose. Ordered, That the Council be informed thereof.
On motion of Mr. Street, Ordered, That a select committee of three be appointed to ex. amine the accounts of Moses M. Strong, and the memorial of Col. lier & Pettus, in relation to the fiscal agency of said Strong, and report the result of their investigation to this House.
Messrs. Street, Wells and Dewey were appointed said cominit. lee.
On motion of Mr. Shackelford, Ordered, That the clerk prepare a list of all acts, resolutions and memorials, which have originated in this House during the present session, and which have been approved by the Execu.
On motion of Mr. Billings,