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Mr. Thomas from the select committee to which was referred the bill

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"An act to limit the powers of incorporated towns."
Reported the same back with an amendment,
Which was read, and
Concurred in.
Ordered, 'To be engrossed for a third reading as amended.
On motion of Mr. Browning,

The rule of the Senate was dispensed with and said bill was read th third lime by its lille, and

Passed :
On imotion of Mr Thomas,
The lille was so amended as to make it

"An act supplemental to the act to permanently locate the seat of government of Illinois."

Ordered, Thaithe lille be as amended, and that the Secretary inform the House of Representatives of the passage of sain bill, and ask their concurrence herein.

Mr. Hackelion from the select commiliee to which was referred the bill from !he House of Representatives for

“An aci lo locale a staie road from Ellisville in Fulion county to Ma. comb in McDonough county, and to declare a certain road therein na. med a state road."

Reported ihe same back without amendment.
Ord cred, Toa third reading.
On motion of Mr Backeliun,

The rule of the Savale was dispensed with and said bill was read the third time by its lile, and

Passed.

Ordered, That ihe lille of the bill be as aforesaid and that the Secretary inform the House of Representatives of the passage ihereof.

Mr. Thomas from the select committee to which was referred the bill from the House of Representatives for

"An act for the formation of the county of Ciss,” together with the amendment thereto proposed.

Reported the same back with an amendment, io said amendment,
Which was read, and
Concurred in.
Mr. Servant moved,

Further 10 amend the said amendment, by striking out “Moredock;" and inserting “Marshall” in lieu thereof.

Which was not agreed 10.

The quesiion recurring on ihe amendment as amended, and a division of the question being called for, the question was accordingly put on striking out "Cass," and decided in the negative.

The remaining amendments were then concurred in as amended.
Ordered, To a ibird reading as amended.
On motion of Mr. Thomas,

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The rule of the Senate was dispensed with and said bill was read a third :ime by its title, and

Passed as amended.

Ordered, That the title be as aforesaid and that the Secretary inform the House of Representatives of the passage of said bill and ask their concurrence in the amendments of the Senale thereto.

Mr Whiteside of Monroe from the select committee to which had been referred, a

Resolution, authorising the Sergeant at arms to appoint a suitable assistant.

Reported a joirit resolution as a substitule thereto, authorizing the Auditor of Public Accounts to contract with J. M. Peck and John Messinger for one hundred and I wenty five copies of the new sectional Map of the State of Illinois, corrected by them, and published by Coiton and Company, at a price not exceeding four dollars each, and requiring the Auditor to dispose of said copies in the following manner:

One copy 10 be presented to each of the states of the Union; one for the use of ihe Senate; one for the use of the blouse of Representatives; one for each of the public oilicers at the seat of Governinent of this State; and one to be presented to each county of the Sate.

Mr. Gatewood moved,

Toamend suid resolution by striking out the words one hundred and twenty five” and inserting the words “one hundred and tifiy."

“Mr. Lane moved,
To refer said resolution and a nendment to a sclect committee.
Which was not agreed 10.
Mr. Ross moved,

'To amend the amendineni so as to insert the word “ninety," instead of "one hundred and fifiy," whereupon

On motion of Mr Lane,

Said resolution and proposed amendments were indefinitely postponed.

The Ayes and Nays being called for on this question;

Those voting in the allirmalive were – Messrs. Browning, Butler, Craig, Hacker, Lane, McLaughlin, Mills, Mitchell, Murray, Noel, O'Rear, Parker, Parrish, Reiley, Sladden, Turney, Weatherford, Wight and Wood..--20,

Those who voted in the negative,

Were Messrs. Allen of Greene, Allen of McLean, Bond, Borough Fletcher, Gatewood, Clackelton, ilamlin, Maxwell, Ower., Pruyne,Ross, Servant, Whiteside of Monroe, Whiteside of Pope and Mr. Speaker.

16.

Mr. McLaughlin from the select committee, to which had been referred a bill froin the House of Representatives for an

"Act authorising John W. Sullivan and George Green to build a toll bridge across the little Wabash River.”'

Reporied the same back with an amendment thereto.
Which was read, and concurred in.

ORDERED, That said bill be read a third time.
On motion of Mr. McLaughlin,

The role of the Senate was dispensed with, and said bill was then read a third time by its title; and the question then being on the passage of said bill;

It was decided in the affirmative.

Ordered, That the tiile be as aforesaid, and that the Secretary inform the Iouse of Representatives of the passage of said bill and ask their concurrence in the amendmen's thereto.

Mr Thomas from the committee on the judiciary, to which had been referred a bill from the House of Representatives for an

"Act for the printing, binding and distributing of the laws and journals of this State,"

Reported the same back to the Senate without amendment, whereupon.

On motion of Mr. Thomas,
The furiher consideration of said bill was indefinitely postponed.

Ordered, That the Secretary inform the flouse of Representatives thereof.

A message from the House of Representatives by Mr. Prickelt their Clerk. Mr. SPEAKER:

The House of Representatives have concurred with the Senate in their amendments to the bill from the flouse of Representa:ives enti

tled,

An aci to locate a state road from Meredosia to Warsaw."

They have in pursuance of the request of the Senate,appointed Messrs. Galbreath, Oneile and Paullen, a committee of conference on the disagreeing vole of the two houses, on the bill entitled,

"An act to incorporate the Quincy Academy."

They have concurred with the Senate in the passage of the bills entitled,

“An act authorizing a subscription to the capital stock of the state bank of Ilinois."

"An act to incorporate the City of Chicago." "An act to incorporate the Hillsboro Academy." "An act to incorporate the Washington Academy." They have also concurred with the Senate in the passage of a bill en

titled,

“An act to incorporate the Illinois Book and Publication Company." As amended by them, in which amendment, they ask the concurrence of the Senate.

They have passed a bill entitled "An act to incorporate the Beardstown Insurance Company." In the passage of which bill, they ask the concurrence of the Senate. And he withdrew, Mr. Browning from the committee of conference on the disagreeing vote of the two Houses on the amendments of the House of Represent

atives to the amendments of the Senate to the bill from the House of Rt presentatives for

“An act to incorporate the Quincy Academy."

Reported that said committee recommend that the House of Representatives do recede from their said amendment."

Which was concurred in by the Senate,

Ordered, That the Secretary inform the House of Representatives thereof.

Mr. Hackelton from the select committee to which had been refer. red a bill for an

“Act for the benefit of the persons therein named."
Reported the same back to the Senate, with an amendment thereto.
Which was read, and
Concurred in.
Ordered, Thai the bill be engrossed and read a third time.
On motion of Mr. Hackelton,

The rule of the Senate was dispensed with, and the bill was then read a third time by its title, and

Passed as amended.
On motion of Mr. Hackelton,
The title was so amended as to make it,
"An act to incorporate the Illinois Manufacturing Company."

Ordered, That the title be as amended, and that the Secretary inform the flouse of Representatives of the passage of said bill, and ask their concurrence therein.

Mr. Mills offered the following resolution,

Resolved, That the two Houses of the General Assembly meet in the Hall of the House of Representatives al 7 o'clock P. M. of the 1st day of March, for the purpose of electing a Juage of Probate for the county of Wayne.

On motion of Mr. Mills,

The rule of the Senate, requiring resolutions to lay on the table one day was dispensed with, and said resolution was adopted.

Ordered, That the Secretary inform the House of Representatives thereof, and ask their concurrence therein.

Mr. Ross moved,

To take up a Bill from the House of Representatives, for an act rel. ative to the School fund, wlich had been laid on the table.

Which was agreed to, whereupon
On motion of Mr. Thomas,
Said bill was referred to a select committee of five.

Ordered, That Messrs. Thomas, Bond, Turney, Wood and Hacker, be that committee.

The engrossed bill entitled
“An act concerning the terms of the Circuit Courts in this State."
Was read the third time, and
Passed.
On motion of Mr. Gatewood,

The title was amended so as to make it

“An act supplemental to an act to establish and maintain a genera! system of Internal Improvement."

Ordered, That the title be as a nended and that the Secretary inform the House of Representatives of the passage of said bill, and ask their concurrence therein.

The bill from the House of Representatives for

“An act to locale a state road from Mr. Anderson's bridge in Madi. son county to B. Johnson's in Bond county."

Was read the third time, and
Passed.

ORDERED, That the title be as aforesaid, and that the Secretary inform the House of Representatives thereof.

Mr. Hacker from the select committee to which was referred the engrossed bill for

“An act for the safe keeping of runaway Slaves and Servants."
Reporled the same back without amendment, and
On the question, shall the bill pass?
li was decided in the negative. Ayes 16. Noes 22.
'Those voling in the affirmative are,

Messis. Galewood, Hacker, Herndon, Lane, Mitchell, Pruyne, Reisley, Ross, Servant, Stadden, Vance, Warien, Whiteside of Pope, Wight, Wood and Mr. Speaker,

In the negative,

Messrs. Allen of Green, Allen of McLean, Bond, Borough, Browning, Butler, Craig, Fietcher, Hackelton, Tlamlin, Maxwell, McLaughlin, Murray, Noel, O'Rear, Owen, Parker, Parrish, Thomas, Turney, Weatherford and Whileside of Monroe.

The bill from the flouse of Representatives for
“An act to incorporate the St. Clair rail road company."
Wis read, and
CRVERED, To a second reading.
On monon of Mr. Murray,

Toe rule of the Senate was dispensed with and said bill was read a second time by its tiile.

Mr Maxwell moved,
That the bill be referred to a select committee, and
On motion of Mr. Whiteside, of Monroe,
li was referred to the commiliee on petitions.
The bill from the House of Representatives for
"Relocating a part of the Vincennes and Chicago road."
Was read, and
Ordered, To a second reading.
On motion of Mr. Parker,

The rule of the Senate was dispensed with and said bill was read a second time by its title, and

Referred to a select committee.

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