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ceived 318 ; proceedings 330, 408 ; passed H.

of R. 410; further proceedings 411.
No. 53. To amend an act entitled an act to change the corpo-

rate limits and powers of the town of Milwaukee,
approved January 11, 1840. Received 318;
proceedings 318, 330, 331, indefinitely post.

poned 348.
No. 55. To organize the town of Pike Grove in Racine coun.

ty, and to annex certain land to the town of
Southport in said county. Received 384; pro-
ceedings 385, 389; passed 389;, further pro.

cerdings 399; approved 417.
No. 56. To amend the several acts relative to the town of

Milwaukee. Received 343; proceedings 345,
352; passed H. of R. 367; further proceedings

381.
No. 57. To amend the act authorizing Samuel H. Farnsworth

to build and maintain a dam on the Menononee
river. Received 372; proceedings 381 ; passed

H. of R. 410 ; further proceedings 412, 417.
No. 58. To provide for the payment of certain Territorial

debts therein named. Received 376 ; proceed.
ings 381, 416, 429, 435 ; passed 436 ; further

proceedings 444, 448, 451.
No. 59. To authorize the erection of a bridge across Pike

creek. Received 339; proceedings 341, 346 ;
passed H. of R. 347; further proceedings 351,

410.
No. 60. To authorize the election of an additional justice of the

peace in certain towns. Received 339 ; pro.

ceedings, 341, 349, 350, 351, 356.
No. 61. To repeal a part of an act therein mentioned. Received

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339, proceedings, 341; passed, (H. of R.) 342 ;

further proceedings, 344, 356. B
No. 62. To amend an act entitled an act to change the time of

holding couris in certain counties of the second
judicial district and to provide for a change of
venue in criminal cases and for other purposes.-
Received, 353 ; proceedings, 353, 373, 381 ; pas.
sed, (fi. of R.) 410 ; vetoed, 434 ; reconsidered

and passed, 435.
No. 64. To amend the statutos of this Territory relative to the

, sales of land under execution or mortgage and to
legalize certain conveyances. Received, 372 :
proceedings, 381, 408 ; passed, 410; enrolled,

417, 426.
No. 65. To provide for the payment of the expenses of the Le.'

gislative Assembly. Received, 372; Proceed.
ings, 381, 383, 335, 339, 396, 398 ; vetoed, 438;
passed by two-thirds, 438, 444.

C.

COMMUNICATIONS, from Harrison Reed relative to printing, 48.

From David and Henry Lambert relative to

printing, 84,
Froin Elisha Starr relative to printing, 94.
From C. Latham Sholes relative to printing, 93.
From John Delaney and Daniel Holt relative to

printing, 112.
From Chief Clerk relative to library, 53.
From Librarian relative to library, 61, 90.
From Superintendent of territorial property, rela.

tive to library, 234.
From Daniel Baxter relative to capitol, 105,

115.

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From J. & L. Ward, relative to Stationery, 94.
From J. Ward, relative to the seat of Ilon. A. E.

Elmore, 131.
From George Collier, relative to debts of Terri.

tory, 199, 200.
From Lafayette Kellogg relative to fuel for of

fice, 287, 304.
From Julius T. Clark relative to room, 299.
From Moses M. Strong, 279, 309.
From Auditor of Territory, 295.
From Clerk of board of commissioners of Dana

county, to use a room in the capitol, 212.
From Smith & McCracken, relative to bill 32

(C. F.) 236, 237.
From Milwaukee and Rock River Canal com.

pany, 304.
From Julius P. B. MacCabe for subscription to

Wisconsin Gazetteer, 307.
CONVENTION--of the two Houses, 6, 204, 206, 414.
Catlin, JOHN--elected chief clerk, 13, sworn, 38.
COMMITTEES, appointed--

Select 52, 87, 90, 105, 141, 150, 175, 216,

222.
Standing, 37.
Joint 6, 9, 32, 78, 89, 93, 97, 116, 150, 414.
Conference 38, 91, 166, 233, 279, 316, 319,

341,

Territorial Affairs, 37, 113, 235,
CLARK, Røv, Mr. elected Chaplain, 144, 145...
COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS, annual report of, 42, 43.
CANAL COMMISSIONERS, 207.

D.

DELAPLAINE, GEORGE P. elected and sworn Assistant Clerk, 51.

E.

EL_I8, ALBERT G.--Appointed Speaker pro tem, 5.

Eleeted, 12.
ELECTION--of officers pro tem, 5, 6, 219.

Of Speaker, 12.
Of Chief Clerk and other officers, 12 to 18.
Of Superintendent of Territorial property, 206 ,

207.
Of Canal Commissioners, 206, 207.
of Receiver, 206, 207.
Of Register, 206, 207.

H.
HATHAWAY, Joshua, elected receiver, 207.

Irvix, David, administered oath to members, 4, 9.

LIBRARY-Resolutions relative to, 55, 112, 168, 235, 242,
Reports relative to, 169, 170, 173.

M.
Messages from the Governor-

Relative to special session, 79, 222.
Approving laws, 155, 165, 185, 253, 276, 300,

315, 329, 367, 407, 415, 441.
Disapproving laws, 106, 118, 190, 312, 427,

431, 434, 438.

Relative to Territorial bonds, 357.
Messages from the Council-5, 6, 9, 34, 36, 38, 39, 40, 42,

43, 45, 58, 72, 74, 75, 78, 85, 87, 88, 90,
91, 92, 96, 97, 103, 112, 113, 114, 121,
122, 127, 128, 134, 136, 141, 144, 146,
148, 151, 157, 162, 165, 180, 181, 184
189, 194, 202, 203, 208, 209, 210, 216,
217, 220, 225, 231, 244, 257, 274, 294

315, 326, 320, 349, 398, 409, 411, 429

· 438, 448, 451.
MEMORIALS FROM THE C#UNCIL
No. 1. To the Pres. of the U.S. for the removal James D.

Doty from ihe office of Governor of said Territo.

ry. Received 41; adopted 41; signed 45.
No. 2. To Congress relative to the expenses of the Leg.

As'y. Received 384 ; proceedings 385, 406 ; pass.
ed H. R. 407; further proceediegs 411, 4:26.
A memorial of the Legisiative Assembly of Wis.
consin praying that the office of the Governor of
the Territory may be eleclive by the people.
Received 349 ; proceedings 406; passed H. of R.

406 ; presented to the Governor, 426.
MEMORIALS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES -
No. 1. Memorial to Congress relative to the Canal lands.

Introduced 120 ; ordered printed 121; proceed.
ings 132, 133, 136, 295; passed H. of R. 301;

indefinitely postponed 388.
No. 2. Memorial to Congress respecting the improvement

of the Fox river. Introduced 358; proceedings

363, 382; passed Council 388; approved 415.
MEADE, JOHN F. elected assistant Clerk, 6.

0.

OFFICERS--appointed pro tem, 5, 6, 219.

Elected, 12, 13, 14, 15,

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