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The amendinents of the Council were then concurred in.

No. 64, (H. of R.) " A bill to establish a territorial road therein named ;''

Was then taken up; when
Mr. Mooers moved that said bill be laid on the table;
Which was decided in the negative.
And a division having been called for,
There were ayes 7-noes 11,

No. 69, (H. of R.) “A bill to organize school district No. 1, in the town of Fond du Lac, for special purposes,"

Was then taken up and the amendments of the Council concurred in.

On motion of Mr. Billings, The House resolved itself into committee of the whole for the consideration of · No. 94, (C.) “A bill to provide for the payment of the ex. penses of the Legislative Assembly, for the year 1846 ;"

Mr. Sheldon in the chair.

And after some time spent therein, rose, and by their chairman reported progress on the bill, and asked leave to sit again thereon. Leave was granted.

On motion of Mr. Hoard,
The House adjourned until half-past two o'clock P. M.

HALF PAST TWO O'CLOCK, P. M. On motion of Mr. Billings, The House again resumed its session in committee of the whole for the consideration of

No, 94, (C.) “A bill to provide for the payment of the expenses of the Legislative Assembly, for the year 1846 ;" Mr. Jackson in the chair.

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

The amendments of the committee of the whole to said bill were concurred in, and the said bill ordered to a third reading, and the rule having been suspended for that purpose, the said bill wes read the third time, when

Mr. Jackson asked and obtained the unanimous consent of the House to amend by adding the following words, to wit:

“ To 0. S. Denham, for two dozen chairs for the Legislative Halls and committee rooms, thirty-six dollars."

And the question having been put, on ordering said bill to a third reading.

It was decided in the affirmative.

And the rule having been suspended for that purpose, the said bill was read the third time, passed, and the title thereof agreed to.

A message from the Council, by their Secretary: “Mr. Speaker-The Governor has informed the Council that he did, on the 2d instant, approve, sign and deposite in the office of the Secretary of the Territory:

"An act to incorporate the town of Potosi;

* An act to change the form of government in the county of Dane;'

. An act relating to certain streets in the city of Milwau. kee;'

'An act to incorporate Beloit College;' • An act to organize certain towns in Jefferson county ;' .

* An act relating to bridges in the city of Milwaukee ;' · "An act to provide for the payment of J. Gillett Knapp's account against the Territory;'

An act to authorize certain counties to levy a special tax;'

"An act fixing the salaries of the Auditor and Treasurer of the Territory ;'

* An act to incorporate the Carrollton Manufacturing Company of Ormsbeeville, Wisconsin;"

"An act to authorize the collector of the town of Hudson to collect certain taxes ;'

"An act relating to the county of St. Croix;'

'An act to provide for and regulating the action of replevin before justices of the peace ;'.

* An act repealing an act which vacated an alley in Southport;'

* An act to provide for the payment of the claim of Edward V. Whiton against the Territory;'

"An act authorizing proceedings in chancery against corporations ;

"An act to provide for the payment of Horatio N. Well's account against the Territory ;'

• A memorial to the Congress of the United States relating to a road from Prairie du Chein to La Pointe ;'

* Resolution concerning a light house on Grassy Island, near the mouth of Fox river ;' and

"Joint resolution providing for the payment to William W. Brown out of the canal funds the sum therein named.'

I am also directed to inform you that the Council has passed

No. 57, (C.) · A bill to provide for the payment of John Anderson ;' and

No. 76, (H. of R.) 'A bill to organize school district No. 1, in the town of Fond du Lac for special purposes,'

With amendments, in which the concurrence of this House is requested.

The Council has passed, No. 18, (C.) ' Resolution relative to the printing of the reports of the Supreme Court;' - In which the concurrence of this house is requested."

Mr. Croswell, from the joint committee on Enrollment, made the following report :

The committee on Enrolled Bills report as correctly enroll

ed,

"An act to provide the means for the payment of the interest on certain liquidated territorial bonds therein named,"

“An act to amend an act entitledan act to provide for the selection of certain lands reserved by act of Congress for the use and support of a University in the Territory of Wisconsin;"

“An act to organize certain towns therein named ;'

“An act to authorize Abrahan Pravilty to build a dam and boom across the Wisconsin river;">

“ Joint resolution in relation to canal funds ;''

"An act to change the time of holding courts in certain counties in the second judicial district;"

"An act to amend an act entitled 'an act to provide for the payment to the couuty of Dane the sum therein mentioned,' approved Feb, 220, 1845;")

"Joint resolution instructing the Attorney General to collect certain delinquent taxes ;"!

“An act to vacate certain streets in the village of Geneva ;”

“ Resolution relating to the extinguishment of the Indian title to the lands north of the Fox river ;"

“An act making new election districts, and providing for a new apportionment of representatives to the Legislative Assembly ;"

"An act to authorize school district No.1, in the school town of Wisconsin, in Grant county, to levy an additional tax for paying a debt incurred in building a school house ;” and

" An act to authorize school district No. 16, in Dane county, 10 levy a tax to build a school house."

C. CROSWELL. The said acts and resolutions were severally signed by the Speaker.

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

No. 16, (C.) “ Joint resolution relative to issuing certificates to the members of the convention, and for other purposes;"

No. 17, (C.) "Joint resolution to employ Geo. P. Delaplaine to draw a map,” and

No. 87, (C.) “A bill to amend an act entitled 'an act to incorporate the city of Milwaukee;"

Mr. Burnett in the chair.

And after some time spent therein, the committee rose and by their chairman reported the said bill and resolutions back to the House without amendment.

On motion of Mr. MaGone, · Said bill No. 87, (C.) was referred to the committee on Corporations.

Mr. Hoard moved that said committee be instrucied to report within one hour ;

Which was disagreed to.

No. 17, (C.} was ordered to its third reading, and the rule having been suspended for the purpose the said bill was read the third time,

And the question having been put, “Shall this resolution pass ?: It was decided in the negative. And the ayes and noes having been called for, Those who voted in the affirmative were, Messrs. Barstow, Brawley, Clap, Crawford, Croswell, Earll, Graves, Hoard, Mooers, Morrow and Parker,–11.

Those who voted in the negative were, Messrs. Billings, Brown, Burnett, Cruson, Dennis, Fisher, Jackson, Jones, MaGone, Phelps, Pole, Sheldon, Thomas and Darling, (Speaker,)—14.

Mr. Burnett moved to amend No. 16, (C.) by striking out the first resolution ; Which was disagreed to.

And the question having been put on ordering the said resolution to a third reading;

It was decided in the affirmative. And the ayes and noes having been called for, Those who voted in the affirmative were, Messrs. Billings, Brawley, Clapp, Crawford, Dennis, Earll, Graves, Hoard, Jackson, Jones, Mooers, Parker, Pole, Sheldon and Darling, (Speaker,)-15.

Those who voted in the negative were, Messrs. Barstow, Brown, Burnett, Cruson, Fisher, MaGone, Morrow, Phelps and Thomas—9.

The question was then put on ordering the said resolution to a third reading now,

And was decided in the negative,
Two-thirds not having voted therefor.
And the ayes and noes having been called for,
Those who voted in the affirmative were,
Messrs. Billings, Brawley, Clapp, Crawford, Croswell, Den-

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