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Įt passed in the negative; And the ages and nocs having been called for by Mr. Hicks, Those who voted in the affirmative were, Messrs. Capron, Hicks, Hopkins, Messersmith, Thompson and Tripp-6.

Those who voted in the negative were, Messrs. Agry, Bartlett, Birchard, Crossman, Manahan, Masters, Meeker, Parsons, Platt, Trowbridge and Walker (speaker)–16.

A message froin the governor by his private secretary, Mr. Charles Doty:

“Mr. Speaker: I am directed by the governor to deliver to the house of representatives a message in writing."

Mr. Plate moved to amend said bill by inserting after the word "Wisconsin," in the second line of the printed bill, the following words, to wil: "and the act creating the office of attorneş gederal, and also an act creating the office of superintendent of territorial property." Mr. Elmore called for a division of the question:

The question was then put on agreeing to the first proposition contained in the proposed amendment relative to the attorney geleral; and

It passed in the negative. And they ayes and nocs having been called for by Mr. Platt, Those who voted in the affirmative were, Messrs. Barilett, Birchard, Crossman, Elmore, Grant, Hicks, Hopkins, Manahan, Palmer, Parsons, Plait and Thompsod—12.

Those who voted in the negative were, Messrs. Agry, Capron, Darling, Ellis, IIunkins, Long, Masters, Messersmith, Mecker, Price, Tripp, Trowbridge, and Walker (speaker) — 13.

The question was then put on the second proposition contaioed in said amendment relative to the office of superintendent of territorial property; and

It passed in the negative.
And the ayes and nues having been called for by Mr. Platt,
Those who voted in the affirmative were,
Messrs. Bartlett, Capron, Hicks, Hopkins, Messersmith, Palm.
er, Platı, Thompson and 'Tripp-9.

Those who voted in the negative were,
Messrs. Agry, Birchard, Crossman, Darling, Ellis, Elmde,

Grant, Hunkins, Long, Manahan, Masters, Mceker, Parsons. Price, Trowbridge and Walker (speaker)—16.

The question was then put on agreeing to the amendment proposed by Mr. Ilunkins, as modified by Mr. Parsons, on Saturday last; and

It passed in the negative. And the ayes and noes having been called for by Mr. Hunkins, Those who voted in the affirmative were, Messrs. Agry, Birtleti, Capron, Darling, Elmore, Hopkins, Hunkins, Long, Messersmith, Mecker, Parsons and Trowbridge -12.

Those who voted in the negative were, Messrs. Birchard, Crossman, Ellis, Grant, Hicks, Manahan, Palmer, Platt, Price, Thompson, Tripp and Walker (speaker)—12.

The amendments made by the committee of the whole house lo said bill were then concurred in. And pending the question on ordering said bill to the engrossed,

On motion of Mr. Hicks, A call of the house was made, and all the members reported to be present except Mr. Olin, who had been previously excused.

On motion of Mr. Thompson, Further proceedings in the call of the house were dispensed with.

Mr. Trowbridge moved that said bill be laid on the table until to-morrow;

Which was disagreed to.

Mr. Manahan moved to amend said bill by striking out the words “first day of December, 1811," in the third line of the 7th section thereof, and inserting in lieu thereof the words, "the tenth day of January, 1945;"

And the question being put on the adoption thereof;
It passed in the affirmative.

Mr. Agry moved a reconsideration of the vote by which the house refused to agree to the amendinent offered by Mr. Hunkins;

And being put, it passed in the aflirmative.

The question was then put on agreeing to the said amendment, and passed in the affirmative.

The question was then put on ordering the said bill to be engrossed;

And it passed in the affirmative,

And the ages and noes having been called for,
Those who voted in the affirmative were,

Messrs. Birchard, Crossman, Darling, Ellis, Elmore, Grant Hunkins, Long, Manahan, Masters, Meeker, Parsons, Piatt, Thompson, Trowbridge and Walker (speaker)–16.

Those who voted in the negative were, Messrs. Agry, Bartlett, Capron, Hicks, Hopkins, Messersmith, Palmer, Price and Tripp-9.

On motion of Mr. Trowbridge, No. 24, (H.) “Resolution to discontinue certain territorial suits,"

Was read the first and second time.

The speaker announced the appointment of Messrs. Hunkins, Thompson and Elmore the select committee to which a petition was referred relating to the name of the town of Nemahbin.

Mr. Elmore, by leave, presented the account of J. & L. Nard for stationery purchased at a former session of the legislature, and documents accompanying the same;

Which were referred to the committee on legislative espenditures.

Mr. Crossman, from the committee on engrossed bills, reported the following to be correctly engrossed, to wit:

No. 35, (II.) “A bill to prevent disturbances and interruptions at camp.meetings.”

The speaker laid before the house a message from the governor notifying the house that he had on this day approred and deposited in the office of the secretary of the territory, the following:

“An act in relation to the qualifications of voters for state government, and for the election of delegates to form a state constitution;"

"An act to authorize the construction of a bridge across the Milwaukee river, in the town of Milwaukee;">

“An act to organize the county of Fond du Lac for judicial purposes;” and

“Resolution relative to tlic extinguishment of the Indian title to lands therein mentioned.”

Mr. Hunkins, by leave, offered the following resolution;
Which was adopted, to wit:

Resolved, by the council and house of representatives of the territory of Wisconsin, that our delegate in congress be and hereby is instructed to endeavor to procure an appropriation of five thousand dollars for the improvement of the road leading from Milwaukee through the towns of Greenfield, New Berlin, and Vernon to Muquonego, and commonly known as the Muquonego road.

Mr. Hunkins, from the select committee to which a petition was referred, by leave reported a bill, viz:

No. 42, (H.) “A bill to change the name of the town of Nemahbin, in the county of Milwaukee;"> Which was read the first and second time.

On motion of Mr. Hicks; The house resolved itself into the committee of the whole house for the consideration of the following memorial and bills, to wit:

No. 6, “Petition to the congress of the United States praying for the passage of a law to enable the inhabitants of the territory of Wisconsin to form a constitution and state government;"

No. 6, “A bill to amend an act entitled an act to amend an act to incorporate the Fox River Hydraulic Company;"

No.2, (H.) "A bill concerning the time of commencing actions, and for other purposes;"

Mr. Darling in the chair:

After some tiine spent therein, the committee rose and reported bill No. 2 and memorial No. 6 with amendments, and bill No. 6 without amendment.

On motion of Mr. Hunkins,
Ordered, that bill No. 6 do lie on the table.
The amendment to bill No. 2 were then agreed to.
When Mr. Ellis moved that the said bill be indefinitely post-
poned.

And the question being put,
It passed in the negative.
And the ayes and noes having been called for by Mr. Ellis,
Those who voted in the affimative were,
Messrs. Bartlett, Ellis, Hicks, Platt, and Price_5.
Those who voted in the negative were,

Messrs. Agry, Birchard, Capron, Crossman, Darling, Elmore,
Grant, Hopkins, Hunkins, Long, Manahan, Masters, Messersmith,
Meeker, Palmer, Parsons, Thompson, Tripp, Trowbridge, and
Walker (speaker)-20.
The said bill was then ordered to be engrossed:

On motion of Mr. Ellis,

Memorial No. 6 was ordered to lie on the table.

Mr. Platt, by leave, introduced a bill, which was read the first and second time, to wit:

No. 43, (7.) “A bill to provide for the leasing of school sec

tions."

Mr. Hicks, by leave, introduced a bill, which was read the frst and second time, lo wit:

No. 41, (H.) “A bill to provide for the settlement of the indebtedness of the territory."

On motion of Mr. Mannhan, The house took up the following memorial, and suspended the 18th rule in reference to it, to wit:

No. 4, (C.) “Memorial 10 congress praying for the evacuation of Fort Crawford."

Mr. Manahan moved that the said memorial be indefinitely postponed

And the question being put, It passed in the affirmative. Mr. Elmore presented the account of Charles Dots for services as clerk in the executive office;

Which was referred to the committee on legislative expenditures.

Mr. Capron moved that the house do now adjourn; And the question being put, It passed in the negative. And the ayes and noes being called for, Those who voted in the affirmative were, Messrs. Agry, Capron, Crossman, Ellis, Long, Messersmitt, Meeker, Palmer, Price, and Tripp—10.

Those who voted in the negative were,

Messrs. Bartlett, Birchard, Darling, Elmore, Grant, Hicks, Hopkins, Hunkins, Manahan, Masters, Parsons, Platt, Thompson, Trowbridge, and Walker (speaker)—15.

Mr. Ellis gave notice that he should, on a future day, iotroduce a bill to punish trespass upon lands.

On motion of Mr. Hunkins,
The house adjourned until half past six o'clock, P. M.

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