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Was read a third time by its title, and
Passed.

Ordered, That the title be as amended, and that the Secretaryia form the House of Representatives of the passage of said bill, and ask their concurrence therein.

A message from the House of Representatives, by Mr. Prickett their clerk:

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MR. SPEAKER:

The House, of Representatives have concurred with the Senate in the report of the committee of conference upon the disagreeing vote of the two Houses, on the amendinent of the House of Representatives to the amendment of the Senate to the bill from the House of Representatives, entitled

"An act to incorporate the Quincy academy,"

They have also concurred with the Senate in their amendments to the bills from the House of Representatives, entitled

6 An act authorizing Robert Taylor, William Farmer, and Hugh McDaniel, to build a toll bridge across the Litte Wabash river," and

"An act authorizing John W. Sullivan and George Green to build a toll bridge across the Little Wabash river.”

They have also concurred in the amendinents to the title of the former of the two last mentioned bills.

They ask a committee of conference upon the disagreeing vote of the two Houses upon the amendment of the Senate to the bill from the House of Representatives entitled . “An act to locate a state road from Decatur to Waynesville,"

And have appointed

Messrs. Reddick, Moore of McLean, and Voris, the committee on their part.

And he withdrew.
On motion of Mr. Whiteside of Monre,

The committee on petions were discharged from the farther consideration of the bill from the flouse of Representatives for

"An act to incorporate the St. Clair rail road company,"
And on the question,
Shalì said bill be read a third time?
It was decided in the negative.

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

The amendments of the House of Representatives to the bill for
“An act providing for the manner of collecting taxes,"
Were read, and
On motion of Mr. Lane,

Said bill and amendments were laid on the table until the fourth day of July next, and

On motion of Mr, Pruyne,

The resolution from the House of Representatives appointing this evening at half past seven o'clock for the election of canal commissioners was taken up for consideration, and amended by inserting after the word “commissioners,” the words to wit: one president, one treasurer, and one acting commisioner."

On motion of Mr. Reilly,

The said resolution was amended by striking out the words this evening at half past 7 o'clock P. M." and inserting the “3d inst. at 2 o'clock P. M.” in lieu thereof.

The resolntion as amended was then adopted.

Ordered, That the Secretary inform the House of Representatives of the adoption of said resolution, and ask their concurrence in the amendments of the Senate thereto.

A message from the House of Representatives by Mr. Prickett their Clerk.

MR. SPEAKER:

The House of Representatives have concurred with the Senate in their amendments to the bills from the House of Representatives entitled

"An act for distributing the school funds of this State among the counties according to the number of children in cach county under the age of twenty years."

They have also concurred in the amendment to the title of said

bill.

"An act to incorporate the Rock river navigation company,"

"An act supplemental to an act entitled •An act to erect certain bridges,” approved January 22, 1831,

"An act to repeal an act eniitled 'An act to relocate so much of the Vincennes and Chicago road as lies north of the south line of the county to Darwin in said county of Clark, passed the 14th January, 1836, and for other purposes," and

"An act to incorporate the Jonesboro’ and Mississippi rail road com

pany."

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

"An act to incorporate the Shelby steam mill company,"

“An act to amend an act entitled “An act to incorporate the Galena and Chicago union rail road company," approved 16th January, 1836, and

"An act to amend an act entitled "An act to amend an act entitled •An act to provide for the application of:he interest of the fund arising froin the sale of the school lands belonging to the several townships in this state," approved Ist March, 1833; approved February 7, 1835.

And he withdrew.

Mr. Ilackelton, from the committee on enrolled bills, reported as correcily enrolled, a bill entitled

"An act to incorporate the city of Chicago," and

"A joint resolution in relation to the improvement of the Wabashi river, and to accept the terms of a compact between this State and the State of Indiana, offered by the said State of Indiana."

A message from the House of Representatives by Mr. Prickett, their Clerk.

MR. SPEAKER:

The House of Representatives have concurred with the Senate in their amendments to the 1st, 3rd, 8th, and 14th, sections of the bill from the House of Representatives entitled

“An act to increase the capital stock of certain banks, and to provide means to pay the interest on a loan authorized by an act entitled an act to establish and maintain a general system of internal improvements."

They do not concur with the Senate in their amendments to the 9th 111h, 12th, 13th, 151h, and additional sections to said bill.

They have concurred with the Senate in the passage of a bill enfi. tled

"An act for the relief of the Sheriff of McDonough county."

They have concurred with the Senate in their amendments to the resolution from the House of Representatives relative to the election of Canal Commissioners, &c.

They have passed bills entitled "An act to jocorporate the Lacon Manufacturing Company.” and “An act to incorporate the Fort Massac rail road Company." In the passage of which they ask the concurrence of the Senate. And he withdrew. On motion, The Senate adjourned until half past 6 o'clock P. M.

Half past six o'clock, P. M.

The Senate met pursuant to adjournment,

A message from the House of Representatives by Mr, Prickett their Clerk.

MR. SPEAKER:

The flouse of Representatives are now ready to receive the Senate in the Hall of the House of Representatives for the purpose of electing Commissioners of Public Works.

Whereupon the Senate preceeded by their speaker again proceeded

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to the Hall of the House of Representatives in pursuance of the posto ponement yesterday evening.

Whereupon the two flouses proceeded to vote a second time for a Coommissioner of Public Works for the third Judicial circuit. Which being taken viva voce stood thus: For Elijah Willard,

81. 66 Tarleton Dunn, Those who voted for Elijah Willard, are Messrs. Allen of Greene, Builer, Craig, Edwards, Hackelton, Hacker, Hamlin, Maxwell, Mills, Murray, Noel, Owen, Parker, Parrish, Pruyne, Reily, Ross, Servant, Sladden, Thomas, Tuiney, Vance, Weatherford, Wbi!eside of Monroe, Wight and Wood, of the Senate.

Messrs. Able, Aidrich, Atwater, Barnett, Bently, Cloud, Courtright, Craig, Crain, Cullom, Dawson, Dougheriy, Douglass, Edmondsson, Edwards, Elkin, French, Galbreath, Green of St. Clair, Ilappy, Harris, llenshaw, Hunt, Lagow, Leary, Lincolri, Logan, McCormick,Madden, Marrs, Minor, Moore of McLean, Moore of St. Clair, Morion, Murphy of Perry, Naper, Pace, Pallen, Rawali, Reddick, Richardson, Scarborough, Shield, Smith of Madison, Smith of Wabash, Sione, Siuart, Stuniz, Turney, Voris, Walker of Cook, Walker of Morgan, Wheel er, Whillen, Wilson and Witt, of the House of Representatives,

For Tarleton Dunn. Messrs. Bond, Fleicher, Galewood, Lane, McLaughlin, Warren and Whiteside of Pope, of the Senale, and

· Messrs. Ball, Charles, Dairman, Dubois, English, Enloe, Green of Clay, Hankins, Jardin, McClernand, Odum, Oneille, Watkins and Wood of the House of Representatives.

Mr. Speaker of the Senate, Mr. McMurtry and Mr. Paullen of the House of Representatives voted a blank.

Messrs. Carpenter and Green of Cluy, voted for Mr. Puce.
Mr. Dollens, voted for John Ewing.

Elijah Willard having received a majority of all the voies given, was declared duly elected Commissioner of the Board of Public Works for the 3rd Judicial Circuit for the ensuing two years.

The two Honses then proceeded to elect a Commissioner of the Board of Public Works for the 41h Judicial Circuit by joini vole which being counted stood thus: For Milton K. Alexander,

59. 6 Regdan B. Slocumb,

47. Those who voted for Milton R. Alexander, are

Messrs. Allen of Green. Bond, Browning, Craig, IIamlin, McLanghe lin, Murray, Noel, Parker, Pruyne, Reilley, adden, Wagen, Weatherford, Whiteside of Monroe and Wood of the Senate, and

Messrs. Able, Aldrich,Ball, Barncii, Bepily, Cloud,Courtright,Crain, Davidson, Dairman, Dougheriy, Douglass, Dunbar, Edmondston, EngJish, French, Galbreaih, Green of Clay, Gieen of St. Clair, Hankins,

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Happy, Harris, Leary, Lyons, McCormick, Marrs, Minor, Moore of
McLean, Morton, Murphy of Perry, Odam, Pace, Rawalt, Reddick,
Scarboro, Shield, Smith of Madison, Sione, Stuart, Voris, Walker of
Morgan, Wheeler and Whitten of the House of Representatives.

For Regdon B. Slocumb,
Messrs. Butler, Edwards, Fletcher, Hackelton, Hacker, Lane, Max-
well, Milis, O'Rear, Owen, Parrish, Ross, Servant, Thomas, Turney,
Vance and Wight of the Senate, and

Messrs. Alwatter, Carpenter, Charles, Graig, Cullom, Dawson, Dement, Dollens, Edwards, Elkin, Foloe, Hardin, Henshaw, Hunt, Lagow, Lincoln, Logan, McClernand, Madden, Moore of St. Clair, Murphy of Perry, Naper, Oncille, Richardson, Smith of Wabash, Stuntz, Turney, Walker of Cook, Watkins and Wilson of the House of Representatives.

Mr. Gatewood and Mr. Speaker of the Senate and Messrs. McMur. try, Pauilen and Webb of the House of Representatives, voted a blank.

Milton K. Alexander having received a majority of all the votes giv. en, was declared duly elected Commissioner of Public Works for the 4th Judicial Circuit for the ensuing two years.

The two Houses then proceeded to elect a Commissioner of the Board of Public Works for the 5th Judicial Circuit, by a joint vote.

Which being counted stood thus:
For Joel Wnight,

57. o William G. Flood,

45. Those who voted for Joel Wright, are Messrs. Allen of McLean, Bond, Craig, Edwards, Hackelton, Hacker, Hamlin, Owen, Parker, Parrish, Pruyne, Ross, Servani, Thomas, Whiteside of Monroe and Wight of the Senale, and

Messrs. Aldrich, Bill, Benily, Carpenter, Charles, Craig, Davidson, Diwson, Dernent, Dunbar, Elmonston, Elkin, French, Green of Clay, Green of Si, Clair, Henshaw, Hogan, Lagow, Leary, Marrs, Minor, Moore of McLean, Moore of St. Clair, Morton, Odam, Pace, Rawalt, Shield, Smilli of Madison, Smith of Wabash, Stone, Stuntz, Turney, Voris, Walker of Morgan, Watkins, Wheeler, Whitten and Wood, of the House of Representatives.

For William G. Flood,
Messrs. Allen of Green, Browning, Butler, Gatewood, Noel, Reilly,
Turney, Vance, Warren, Weatherford and Wood of the Senate, and

, Messrs. Able, Alwater, Barnett, Cloud, Courtright, Crain, Dallens, Douglass, Dunbar, Edwards, English, Enloe, Galbreatlı, Hankens, Happy, Harris, Hunt, Lincoln, Logan, Lyons, McCormick, MicClernand, Madden, Murphy of Vermillion, Naper, Oneille, Paullen, Reddick,Richardson, Scarboro, Stuart, Walker of Coak and Willson of the House of Representatives.

Mr. O'Rear, and Mr. Speaker of the Senate, and Messrs. Hardin and McMortry of the House of Representatives voted blauks.

Joel Wright having received a majority of all the votes given, was

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