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PETITIONS.
Lenave, certain inhabitants of, relative to mill-ponds at Tecumseh, 14
Lenawe, sundry inhabitants of, praying for the removal of the county
site,

72, 78
Monroe, sundry inhabitaats of the village of, praying for the repeal
of the act of incorporatior,

19
Oakland, sundry inhabitants of, relative to township,

22
Oakland, sundry inhabitants of, for prohibiting Justices of the Peace
from keeping taverns, &c.

97
Pelletier, Ch. and others, to prevent riots, &c. at taverns, on the Sabbath, 61
Palmer, Thomas, for authority to convey a certain tract of land, 63
Palmer, Thomas, praying for relief in a certain contract,

78
Petit Jurors, in the case of Levi Willa d, praying for compensation, 78
St. Clair, sundry inhabitants of, for the establishment of the town.

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{ St. Clair, sundry inhabitants of; for extending the navigation of cer-
tain rivers,

111
Spears, Moor, i nd others, praying for the establishment of a new
township,

63
Stanard, David, praying for the exclusive right of ferriage over Sa.
ginaw River,

75, 88
Sheldon, Thomas C. for an increase of compensation as Sheriff, 81
Smith, T. S. and others, for the organisation of a new county at the
St. Josephs,

85, 100
Smith, Timothy's. for compensation for transporting the laws to St.
Josephs,

93, 100
Sheldon & Wells, praying for release from the Territorial tax on sta-

100, 103
Shover, Simon, for remuneration for certain losses, &c.

113
Trowbridge, Ch. C. and others, relative to opening a road from De.
troit to Grosse Point,

31
Wayne, sundry inhabitants of, ielative to poor laws, and persons im.
prisoned for crimes,

14, 15
Wayne, sundry inhabitants of, praying for the repeal of certain parts
of the act for the support and regulation of mills,

54
Waype, sundry inhabitants of, for the repeal of the law adjourning
the County Court,

76
Washtenaw, sundry inhabitants of, praying for the establishment of
the townsbip of Dixbo ough,

45
Washtenaw, sundry inhabitants of, praying for a repeal of a certain
part of the aci for the support and regulation of mills,

50
Washtesaw, sundry inhabitants of, for the passage of an act to in.
corporate the Huron River Navigation Company,

72, 73

R.
Rules, $0.-For the government of the Council, 7, 8, 13, 81, 86, 111

RESOLUTIONS.
1. Relative to printing the Governor's Speech,

7
2. Relative to the appointment of officers of the Council, 7, 8, 9, 10, 86
3. For furnishing Members of the Council with certain newspapers, 10, 12, 13
4. To invite certain Clergymeu to attend at the opening of the Council, 12
5. Relative to the printing for the Council, (reports of select commit-
tees, &c.)

12, 14, 20, 22, 24, 26
6. Relative to the rate of taxes,

14
7. Reiative to the act to regulate highways,

16
3. Relative to the Governor's Speech,

15
9. Relative to tol bridges,

15, 16, 95
10. Re ative to the receipts and expenditures of the Territorial Tica.

sury,
II. Relative to the Supreme, Circuit, and County Courts,

17, 19, 23
12. To repeal the law relative to interest on County orders,

17, 16
13. Rerative to alterations in the Probate laws,

17, 10
14. To prevent Justicas of lbe Peace, &c. from keeping taverns, and
holding courts in bar-rooms,

16

17, 18

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RESOLUTIONS. 15. Relative to the Judges of ihe Supreme Court,

18, 27 96. Relative to Farmer's Map of the Territory,

18, 29 17. Relative to Masters in Chancery in Detroit,

19, 20 18. Relative to the petition of Roswell Root and' Bethuel Farrand,

19, 20 19. To authorise the Clerk of the Supreme Court to appoint a deputy, 20 20. Relative to the law regulating mills,

20, 28, 29 21. Relative to certain penalties on townships,

21, 29 22. Relative to forcible entry and detainer,

21 23. Relative to the Library of the Council,

23, 36 24. To appoint C. C. Trowbridge agent to receive the moneys appropriated for defraying the expenses of the Council,

23, 29 26. Relative to the establishment of Territorial Roads,&c. 26,28,30,31,39,44,98 26. Relative to altering the terms of the County Court in the county of Chippewa,

26, 29 27. Relative to extending the provisions of the act for the support and

maintenance of illegitimate children to Indian mothers, &c.
28. Relative to the law incorporating the Clinton River Navigation Com.

26, 30 29. Relative to establishing the office of County Auditor,

26, 29 30. For establishing two sessions of the Circuit Court in the county of Washtenaw,

27, 46 31. Relative to the priating of bills,

28 32. To authorise the publication of the laws in the newspapers, 29, 31 33. Relative to locks and sluiceways in mill-dams,

29, 30 34. For regulating the standard weight of Grain,

30 35. To authorise Commissioners of Bail to take the acknowledgment of deeds, &c.

30, 44 36. Relative to the state of the public roads,

31 37. Relative to the Chicago Road,

35. 36 38. Relative to Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,

35, 36 39. To exempt the property of ministers from taxation,

36,44 40. To authorise the raising of a tax in the county of Chippewa, for lay. ing out a certain road,

37, 44 41. Relative to ordering certain periodicals for the use of the Council, 39, 43 42. To prevent tavern-krepers furnishing liquor to Indians,

39, 47 43 Relative to the situation of the Capiici,

-39 44. Relative to publishing the laws in the French language,

43, 45 45. To authorise the parchasing of chairs for the committee-rooms, 46. To apportion the Meinbers of the Legislative Council, 47. Relative to claims upon the contingent fund, 49. For the establishment of a Library for the Council,

46, 48

47, 48 49. Relative to appointing a Librarian to the Council,

47,51 50. For repealing certain parts of the act regulating marriages, 51. To amenel the act regulating taverns,

47, 48 52. For increasing the rate of interest to seven per cent,

47, 48

52 5.3. Relative to amending the militia law,

52 51. Relative to the act concerning appcals, &c.

53, 54, 56 55. For equalising Territorial taxes,

54 56. Relative to the approval of security in Chancery proceedings, 55 57. For the purchase of periodicals for the

Library, ap. 68, 61, 64, 72, 73, 94 J. Relative to arins and ordnance received from the Geuerai Gov.

71, 103 59. To furnish Churches, &c. with the laws of the Territory, (50 Relative to compensation to Grand and Petit Jurors,

76, 87 61. Relative to the survey of a Canal route, (report thereon, &c.) 79,86,121,122 62. Relative to School lands, 63. Relative to an additional legislative body,

82, 88 61. Relative to taxes due previous to the passage of ihe township laws, 65. To forward the Governors of States and Territories, the laws, ap. 94,110,120 66. To provide foi publishing the laws in pamphiet form, 67. Relative to the appointment of an additional Judge of the District

94 Court of the Voited States, 65. To provide for a special election in the county of Chippewa, 69. Relative to the county site of Lenawc, 20. To provide for the distribution of the revised laws, ap. 112, 121, 123, 126

108 "1. Fixing the compensation of the recording Clerk of the Council,

128, 129

89, 94

98

98, 104

99

OF THE

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL

OF

THE TERRITORY OF MICHIGAN,

BEING THE SECOND SESSION OF THE THIRD COUNCIL.

BEGUN AND HELD

AT THE CITY OF DETROIT,

SEPTEMBER 7, 1829.

MONROE,

PRINTED BY EDW. D. ELLIS.

1829.

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