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No. 15. To regulate the fees of clerks in cases of naturaliza•

tion. Received 127 ; proceedings 133, 252;

passed 256, 267 ; approved 295. No. 16. To repeal so much of the several acts of the Legisla

tive Assembly of this Territory as authorizes the sale of any portion of the lands granted to the Territory by the act of Congress of June 18, 1838 to aid in the construction of the Milwaukee and Rock river canal, and to amend an act approved Feb. 19, 1841, supplementary to the several acts in relation to said canal. Received 136 ; pro. ceedings 133, 146; reported 147; further pro. ceedinys 154, 178, 179; passed (H. of Reps.)

183 ; further proceedings 210, 214, 215. No. 17. To incorporate the Prairieville Manufacturing Com.

pany. Received 166 ; proceedings 177; refer. red to committee on corporations 179; further proceedings 250, 258, 259; passed 266 ; further

proceedings 278; approved 302. No. 18. To provide for the election of Territorial Printer.

Received 166 ; proceedings 177, 237 ; passed

256 ; further proceedings 259, 260, 267. No. 19. To prohibit public shows for gain without a permit.

Received 166; proceedings 177, 186, 261 ; pass. ed (H. of R.) 266; further proceedings 274,

279. No. 20. For the preservation of deer in certain counties.

Received 210 ; proceedings 214, 226, 250 ; in.

- definitely postponed 251. No. 21. To authorize the construction of certain dams across

Rock river. Received 167 ; proceedings 177, 197; paesed H. of R. 202 ; further proceedings, 272; approved 295.

No. 23. For the relief of Philip Schaumburg. Received

177; proceedings 186 ; passed II. of R. 196. No. 24. To authorize Clauden Stoughton and Luke Stough.

ton to build and maintain a dam across Rock river, and also to authorize Anson W. Pope, and Virgil Pepe to build and maintain a dam on said stream. Received 244, 245, proceedings 249, 261, 263, 279 ; passed Il. of Reps. 286 ; futher

proceedings 303; approved 317. No. 25. To provide for the elcetion of Sheriffs, Judges of Pro.

bate and justices of peace. Received 181 ; pas

sed II. of R. 182, approved 19.5. No. 26. To repeal the several acts'concerning the Militia.

Received 232, proceedings 261, 270, 280, 286, 291 ; passed II. of R. 293 ; further proceedings

302, 307, 317, 328, 337. No. 28. To legalize the official acts of James H. Lockwood.

Received 245 ; proceedings 245, 249, 261, 286;

passed H. of R. 293 ; approved 317. No. 29. To legalize certain township elections and the offi.

cial acts of township officers elected in April, 1842. Received 209; proceedings 212, 239 ;

passed II. of R. 213; approved 291. No. 30. To repeal the fourth section of an act entitled an act

to organize the county of St. Croix and to legal. ize the acts of certain officers and for other pur: pses. Received 214; proceedings 280, 296 ; passed II. of R. 301 ; furiner proceedings 226 ;

approved, 49. No. 31. To abolish certain offices thrrein named. Received

274; proceedings 279, 320, 325; passed II. of R. 333; further proceedings 353 ; reconsidered and passed 409, 431, 133,

No. 32. An act to change the name of certain toins in Wal

worth county. Received 225 ; proceedings 2:26, 229; postponed 237 ; passed H. of R. 315 ;

further proceedings 326, approved 319. No. 34. To amend an act entitled an act concerning costs

and fees. Received 326 ; proceedings 329, 342,

404. No. 35. Relative to Dodge county. Received 227 ; proceed.

ings 228, 229, 313; approved 349. No. 36. To repeal an act entitled an act to amend an act en.

titled an act to prescribe the mode of proceed. ings in chancery and for other purposes, approved January 13, 1810. Received 354; proceedings

358, 408, 409. No. 37. To alter the boundaries of certain towne in the coun. . ties of Racine and Rock. Received 274; pro.

ceedings 279,302, 303, 313, 327; approved 349. No. 39. To amend an act entitled an act to provide for the

government of the several towns in his Territory and for the revision of county government. Re. ceived 311; proceedings 313, 328, 335, 350,

352; approved 417. No. 44. Relative to the assessor of Crawford county. Re.

ceived 326 ; proceedings, 329; passed H. of R.

342. No. 48. To provide for levying and collecting a territorial rev.

enue. Received 343 ; proceedir gs 345, 346

356, 360, 363, 381; approved 417. No. 51. Concerning the city of the four Lakes. Received

346 : proceedings 348, 406 ; passed 407; enrol. ceived 318 ; proceedings 330, 408; passed H.

led 417, 426. No. 52. In relation to dame on the Manitowoc river. Re.

of R. 410; further proceedings 411. No. 53. To amend an act entitled an act to change the corpo

rate limits ard powers of the town of Milwaukee, approved January 11, 1840. Received 318; proceedings 318, 330, 331, indefinitely post.

poned 348. No. 55. To organize the town of Pike Grove in Racine coun.

ty, and to annex certain land to the town of Southport in said county. Received 384; proceedings 385, 389; passed 389 ; further pro.

cerdings 399 ; approved 417. No. 56. To amend the several acts relative to the town of

Milwaukee. Received 313 ; proceedings 345, 352; passed H. of R. 367 ; further proceedings

381. No. 57. To amend the act authorizing Samuel H. Farnsworth

to build and maintain a dam on the Menononee river. Received 372; proceedings 381 ; passed

H. of R. 410 ; further proceedings 412, 417. No. 58. To provide for the payment of certain Territorial

debts therein named. Received 376 ; proceed. ings 381, 416, 429, 435 ; passed 436; further

proceedings 444, 418, 451. No. 59. To authorize the erection of a bridge across Pike

creek. Received 339; proceedings 341, 346; passed II. of R. 347; further proceedings 351,

410. No. 60. To authorize the election of an additional justice of the

peace in certain towns. Received 339; pro.

ceedings, 341, 349, 350, 351, 356. No. 61. To rapeal a part of an act therein mentioned. Received

339, proceedings, 341 ; passed, (H. of R.) 342 ;

further proceedings, 344, 356.
No. 62. To amend an act entitled an act to change the time of

holding couris in certain counties of the second
judicial district and to provide for a change of
venue in criminal cases and for other purposes.-
Received, 353; proceedings, 358, 373, 381 ; pas.
sed, (H. of R.) 410 ; vetoed, 434 ; reconsidered

and passed, 435.
No. 64. To amend the stafutes of this Territory relative to the

sales of land under execution or mortgage and to
legalize certain conveyances. Received, 372 ;
proceedings, 301, 408 ; passed, 410; enrolled

417, 426.
No. 65. To provide for the payment of the expenses of the Le

gislative Assembly. Received, 372 ; Proceed.
ings, 381, 333, 385, 389, 396, 393 ; vetoed, 438;
passed by two-thirds, 438, 444.

COMMUNICATIONS, from Harrison Reed relative to priatiog, 48.

From David and Henry Lambert relative to

printing, 84,
From Elisha Starr relative to printing. 94.
From C. Latham Sholes relative to printing, 98.
From John Delaney and Daniel Holt relative to

printing, 112.
From Chief Clerk relative to library; 53.
From Librarian relative to library, 61, 90.
From Superintendent of territorial property, rela-

tive to library, 234.
From Daniel Baxter relative to capitol, 105,

115.

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