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And having been put,
It was decided in the affirmative.
And the ayes and noes having been called for,
Those who voted in the affirmative were,

Messrs. Barstow, Clapp, Croswell, Dennis, Earll, Graves, Hoard, Jackson, MaGone, Mooers, Morrow, Sheldon and Wooster,–13.

Those who voted in the negative were, Messrs. Billings, Brown, Burnett, Crawford, Cruson, Fisher, Jones, Parker, Phelps, Pole, Thomas and Darling, (Speaker,) ---12.

The title of said resolution was then agreed to. Mr. Phelps, from the committee on Enrollment, made the following report :

The joint committee on Enrollment report as correctly enrolled,

"An act granting to James F. Chapman the right to keep and maintain a ferry across the Mississippi river at Potosi ;'' and

"An act to authorize school district No. 5, in the town of Elkhorn, Walworth county, to renew a tax warrant ;''

Which were severally signed by the Speaker.

Mr. Cruson, from the committee on Engrossed Bills, reported

No. 45, (H. of R.) “ A bill to amend the several acts of this Territory concerning the supreme and district courts ;" and

No. 56, (H. of R.) “A bill to provide for a superintendent of common schools ;"

As correctly engrossed.

The said bill No. 45, (H. of R.) was then taken up and read the third time.

And the question having been put on the passage of said bill,

It was decided in the negative. And the ayes and nocs having been called for, Those who voted in the affirmative were, Messrs. Burnett, Cruson, Dennis, Earll, Fisher, Hoard, Jones, MaGone, Mooers, Morrow and Darling, (Speaker,) --11,

Those who voted in the negative were, Messrs. Barstow, Billings, Brown, Clapp, Crawford, Croswell, Graves, Jackson, Parker, Phelps, Pole, Sheldon and Thomas,-13.

So the bill was negatived.

No. 56, (H. of R.) reported as above, was then taken up, and read the third time.

And the question having been put,
“Shall the bill pass ?"
It was decided in the affirmative.
The title of the bill was then agreed to.
A message from the Council, by their Secretary:
“Mr. Speaker-The Council have passed

No. 26, (C.) A bill authorizing proceedings in chancery against corporations ;'

No, 75, (C.) “A bill to pay Moses M. Strong the sum therein mentioned ;' and

No. 13, (C.) • Joint resolution relative to territorial treasury and Auditor's office;'

In which the concurrence of this House is requested.
And have rejected

No. 4, (H. of R.) 'Resolution providing for a final settlement of the claims of Daniel Baxter.'

The Council has also passed

No. 12, (C.) Joint resolution instructing the Superintendent of Territorial Property to perform certair duties ;'

In which the concurrence of this House is requested. The Council have also passed No. 11, (C.) Joint resolution instructing the Attorney General to collect certain delinquent taxes ;'

No. 70, (C.) 'A bill relative to the support of the poor in Racine county;'

No. 76, (C.) • A bill to authorize the collector of the town of Hudson to collect certain taxes ;'

No. 72, (C.) A bill relating to party's fees;'

No. 38, (C.) • A bill to authorize religious societies to lease or sell their real estate ;

In which the concurrence of this House is requested.

And have concurred in the amendments of this House to

No. 10, (C.) Joint resolution relative to closing the business of the present session of the Legislature.'

The Council has passed

No. 14, (C.). Resolution providing for a final settlement of the claims of Daniel Baxter;'

In which the concurrence of this House is requested.” . ' A message from the Governor, by Geo. P. Delaplaine, his Private Secretary:

"Mr. Speaker-I am directed by the Governor to inform you that he did, on the 29th inst., approve, sign and deposit in the office of the Secretary of the Territory,

“ An act to repeal an act entitled ' an act to incorporate the Wisconsin Marine and Fire Insurance Company,' approved Feb. 28, 1839;

"An act to provide for the collection of delinquent taxes on personal property in certain cases ;"

“An act to authorize school district No. 1, in Sheboygan county, to levy a tax for building a school house ;" “An act to legalize the acts of the officers therein named;" • An act for the benefit of Adelbert H. Bishop ;"

“Resolution instructing the Superintendent of Territorial Property to prepare a room for the safe keeping of the public arms and equipments;" and

“A memorial to Congress upon the subject of a penitentiary."

On motion of Mr. Grares, The House resolved itself into committee of the whole for the consideration of

No. 60, (H. of R.) “A bill to provide for the laying out of the territorial-road therein named ;"

Mr. Earll in the chair.

And after some time spent therein, rose and by their chairman reported the same back to the House with amendments.

Mr. Brown moved to amend the report of the committee of the whole by striking out the following amendment reported by them, to wit;

" That William Shew, Franklin Z. Hicks and Charlos Stephenson be and are hereby appointed coinmissioners to lay out and establish a territorial road from Sinipee, in Grant county, to the west end of Oak creek pier, in Milwaukee county ;"

Which was decided in the negative. And the ayes and noes having been called for, Those who voted in the affirmative were, Messrs. Billings, Brawley, Clapp, Croswell, Jackson, Jones, Mooers, Parker, Sheldon and Wooster,—10.

Those who voted in the negative were, Messrs. Barstow, Brown, Crawford, Cruson, Dennis, Earll, Fisher, Graves, Hoard, MaGone, Morrow, Phelps, Pole, Thomas and Darling, (Speaker,)-15.

Mr. Brown moved further to amend the report of the committee by striking out the following proviso, to wit :

“ Provided that all damages in such cases, and the costs of ascertaining the same, shall be paid by the commissioners or by the persons interested in the same;"

Which was agreed to. Mr. Thomas moved to amend by adding the following proviso :

"Provided that all damages in such cases, and the costs of ascertaining the same, shall be paid by the towns or counties (as the case may be) through which the road may be laid."

Mr. MaGone moved to amend by excepting the Sinipee and Oak creek road; Which was disagreed to.

The question then recurred on the adoption of the amendment of Mr, Thomas;

And having been put,
It was decided in the negative.
And a division having been called for, .
There were ayes 9—noes 13. -

The amendments of the committee of the whole, as amended, were then concurred in.

Mr. Brown moved further to amend by adding the words, "the 38th section of an act approved Feb. 22, 1845, establishing the territorial road therein mentioned, is hereby repealed ;"

Which was disagreed to.

Said bill was then ordered to be engrossed for its third reading.

The message of the Council was then taken up, and No. 12, (C.) “ A joint resolution instructing the Superintendent of Territorial Property to perform certain doties,”

Was read the first and second times.

No. 13, (C.) “ Joint resolution relative to the territorial treasury and Auditor's office,"

Was taken up and adopted; and

Messrs. Sheldon and MaGone were appointed on the part of the House of the joint nommittee under the said resolution.

The following entitled bills and resolutions were read the first and second times, to wit:

No. 75, (C.) “A bill to pay Moses M. Strong the sum therein mentioned ;"

No. 26, (C.) “A bill authorizing proceedings in chancery against corporations ;”

No. 14. (C.) "A resolution providing for a final settlement of the claims of Daniel Baxter;"

No. 38, (C.) “ A bill to authorize religious societies to lease or sell their real estate ;"

No. 70, (C.) “A bill relative to the support of the poor in Racine county ;"

No. 72, (C.) “ A bill relating to party's fees ;"

No. 76, (C.) “A bill to authorize the collector of the town of Hudson to collect certain taxes ;” and

No. 11, (C.) “A joint resolution instructing the Attorney General to collect certain delinquent taxes."

Mr. Billings moved that the rule requiring bills, &c. to be engrossed before being read the third time, be dispensed with in reference to resolution No. 14, (C.) and that said resolution be read the third time now;

Which was decided in the affirmative.
And the ayes and noes having been called for,
Those who voted in the affirmative were,

Messrs. Barstow, Billings, Brawley, Clapp, Crawford, Croswell, Cruson, Dennis, Earll, Fisher, Hoard, Jackson, Ma

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