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Masters, Meeker, Olin, Parsons, Price, Trowbridge, Walker, and Ellis [Speaker.]–14.

The question then recurred on the adoption of the amend. ment, and being put, it passed in the negative.

And the ayes and noes being called for, Those who voted in the affirmative are Messrs. Capron, Hamilton, Hicks, Hopkins, Judson. Olin. Palmer, Platt, Thompson, Tripp, and Van Vliet, 11.

Those who voted in the negative are

Messrs. Agry, Bartlett, Crossman. Hunkins, Long, Manaban Masters, Meeker, Parsons, Price, Trowbridge, Walker, and Elliis, (speaker] 13.

Mr. Hamilton then moved to amend the tenth section by striking out the words “all notices required by law to be pub. Jished.”

And the question being put it was determined in the negative: And the ayes and noes being called for, Those who voted inthe affirmative are Messrs. Capron, Hamilton, Hicks, Judson, Palmer, Platt. Price, Thmopson, Tripp, and Van Vliet-10.

Those who voted in the negative, are

Messrs. Agry, Bartlett, Crossman, Hopkins, Hunkins, Long, Manahan, Masters, Meeker, Olin, Parsons, Trowbridge, Walker and Ellis (Speaker.)-14.

The question then recurred on ordering the bill to a third reading, and being put it passed in the affirmative.

A motion was then inade by Mr. Crossman, that the 16th rule of the House be suspended with reference to the said bill, and that the said bill be now read the third time.

And the question being put it passsd in the negative.
And the ayes and noes being called for,
Those who voted in the affirmative, are
Messrs. Agry, Bartlett, Crossman, Hunkias, Long, Manahan.

Masters, Meeker, Parsons, Price, Trowbridge, and Walker-12.

Those who voted in the negative, are Messrs. Capron, Hamilton, Hicks, Hopkins, Judson, Olin, Palmer, Platt, Thompson, Tripp, Van Vleet and Ellis, (Speak. 07)—12. And then the House adjourned until 2 o'clock, P. M.

TWO O'CLOCK, P. M.

The message from the Council was taken up, when the un. dermentioned bills were read the first and second times, to wit:

No. 12, “A bill to amend an act to prevent tresspass and other injuries being done to the possessions of settlers on public lands and to define the rights of possessioos on said lands, approved January 4th, 1840.

No. 24, “ A bill to authorize Claudon Stoughton to build and maintain a dam across Roek river ; and also to authorize an. son W. Pope and Virgil Pope to build and maintain a dam across said stream," and

No. 28, “ A bill to legalize the official acts of James II. Lockwood.”

On motion of Mr. Crossman,

Bill No. 7, (H. of R.) entitled “ a bill to provide for the pun. ishment of embezzling public money.” was taken up, when the amendments of the Council were read and concurred in.

On motion of Mr. Hamilton,

The House resolved itself into the committee of the whole House, Mr. Crossman in the chair, for the consideration, or bill No. 11, (H. of R.) entitled "a bill for an act to amend an act regulating taverns and groceries.”

After a short time spent therein, the committee rose and re. ported the same back to the House with amendments ; which were concurred in.

Ordered, That said bill be engrossed for a third reading.

Mr. Thompson, from the committee on engrossed bills, re. ported No. 20, to be correctly engrossed, entitled “ a bill for the collection of certain taxes in the county of Milwaukee.”

On motion of Mr. Walker,

The House resolved itself into the committee of the whole house, Mr. Hamilton in the chair, having under counsideration the undermentioned bill from the Council, to wit: No. 17, “ a bill to incorporate the Prairieville manufacturing company:"

And after a short time spent therein, the committee rose and reported the same back to the House without amendment.

On motion of Mr. Hamilton,
Ordered, That said bill do lie on the table.
On motion of Mr. Platt,

The House resolved itself into the committee of the whole House, Mr Tripp in the chair, having under consideration bills of this House of the following titles, to wit:

No. 8, "a bill to estalish a territorial road from Prairie du Chien to Lake Superior,"'

No. 19, “ a bill regulating the manner of petitions to the Le. gislative Assembly;" and the undermentioned bill from the Coun. cil, to wit :

No. 20, entitled “ a bill for the preservation of doer in certain seasons."

And pending the report of the committee, a message from the Governor being announced, the Speaker resumed the chair, when the following message was received by Mr. Charles Doty, his private secretary, to wit;

"Mr. Speaker-I have been directed by the Governor to deliv. er to the House of Representatives a message in writing."

The committee of the whole resumed its session, and after a short time spent therein, rose and reported the said bill without amendments.

The amendment to bill No. 8 was adopted.

Mr. Judson moved to strike out all after the word "reasona. ble” in the third section of the said bill.

And the motion being put it was determined in the nega. tive.

And the ayes and does being called for, Those who voted in the affirmative are, Messrs. Hamilton, Judson, Long, Meeker, Parsons, Tripp, Trowbridge, and Van Vleet—8.

Those who voted in the negative are, Messrs. Bartlett, Crossman, Hicks, Hopkins, Munkins, Mana. han, Masters, Palmer, Platt, Price, Thompson, Walker and Ellis, [Speaker]–13.

The said bill was then ordered to be engrossed for the third reading.

Bill No. 19 was ordered to lie on the table. On motion of Mr. Hamilton, Bill No. 20 was indefinitely postponed. Mr. Long from the committee on enrolled bills, reported the following to be correctly enrolled, to wit:

"An act to change the boundaries of certain towns therein named," and

“ An act to authorize the construction of certain dams across the Rock river.”

The said bills were signed by the Speaker, and ordered to he presented to the President of the Council for his signature.

Mr. Long, from the same committee made the following re.

The committee on enrolmont report that they did, on yester.

terday, the 29th inst., present to His Excellency the Governor, for his approval, a bill entitled

“An act to legalize the proceedigs of the inhabitants of Win. nebago county, in the organization of said county,” also a bill entitled

“ An act to authorize Levi Godfrey, Philo Belden agd Hiland S. Hulbert, to build and maiotain a dam on Fox river,” and that they did on this day, the 30th inst., present to His Excel. lency, for his approval, a bill entitled

"An act to authorize the village of Racine to raise money, and for other purposes," also a bill entitled “ An act in relation to the duties of certain Territorial officers. On motion of Mr. Trowbridge, No. 27, [H. of R. file] entitled “a bill to repeal an act enti. tled an act to incorporate the Milwaukee manufacturing and hydraulic company, approved Mareh 11th, 1839.”

Was taken up, and,
On motion of Mr. Hunkins,
The same was ordered to lie on the table.
On motion of Mr. Crossman,

The following resolution offered on the 27th, inst., was taken op and adopted, to wit:

Resolved, That the chief clerk of this House be and he is hereby authorized to employ George P. Delaplaine for an engrossing clerk to this House.

A motion was then made by Mr. Crossman, that the House do now adjourn.

And the question being put, it passed in the negative.
On motion of Mr. Walker,

Bill No. 15, from the Council, entitled “a bill to regulate the fees of clerks in cases of naturalization,”

Was taken up and ordered to a third reading.
On inotion of Mr. Thompson,

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