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tee, 211; to prepare seats for council, and election of soperintendent ef territorial property, 216; to Muquonem road, 231; 10 petition of citizens of Brown couniy, 231; to report of auditor and treasurer, 251, 257; to request governor to return bill 03 C. file, 276, 279; to a road frog Fort Howard to Plover portage, 287; to receiving b. lise 2:6; 10 post office at Eisi Troy, 301; to property in seiretary's oflice, 313; to members receiving laws and jour nals, 313; to informing governor of adjour meat, 344;

presenting thanks to speaker, 345. RESOLUTIONS of Hlouse of Representatives. No. 1. Relative to the expenses of the session of the leges

ture held in Dec. and Jan. last, 50, 51. No.2. "To dispense wiih the printing of daily journal, 66, 6. No. 3. Concerning the Wisconsin marine and fire insurance curs

piny-reported 69, referred to select committee, $3. No. 4. Appointing an agent to receive an appropriation to re

plenish the library-introduced 70, proceedings 77, 128,

133, 271, 292. No. 5. Relative to an allowance to D. Baxter-reported 84, pro

ceedings 83, 152, 153, 159, 161, 189, 191, 213. No. 6. Relative to the financial department of the territory

iniroduced 89, proceedings 102. No. 7. Relative to the Milwaukee and Rock river canal company

-introduced 90, proceedings 90, 98. No. 8. Concerning clocks for the use of the assembly-into

duced 9%, passed 99. No. 9. Concerning certain accounts--introduced 321; nega

tived 331. No. 10. Instructing committees on schools to act jointly 106. No. Il Relative to schools 117. No. 13. Preamble and resolution relative to state government

introduced 118, Inid on the table 127. No. 15. Relative to adjournment-introduced 142, laid on the

table 148. No. 16. Relative to certain Indian lands--introduced 145, pro

ceedings 177, 179, 182, 205, 215, 202, approved 230. No. 17. Concerning a lighe-house at Sauk Harbor-iptroduced

152, proceedings 156, 160, 168, approved 182. No. 18. Relative to state government-introduced 168, pro. 271. No. 13. Relative to a bond issued to N. C. Prentiss-introduced

160, proceedings 209. No. 20. R«lative to certain selections of land for a university

reported 109, proceedings 297. No. 21. Requesting the counmittee on state government to re

port-introduced 173, passed the council 183. No. 22. Relative to the election of a superintendent of territori

al property-introduced 179, passed the council 201.

No. 23. Relative to Wis. Marine and Fire In. Com.-reported

204, proceedings 297,318,319. No. 24. To discontinue certain territorial suits-introduced 230,

proceedings 297, 299. No. 25. Relative to the improvement of Muquonego road-re

ported 231, proceedings 217. No. 26, Requesting governor to return a certain bill-introduced

276, proceedings 277, 279. No. 27. Relative to survey of a road from Fort Howard to Plo

ver portage-introduced 287, proceedings 293. No. 28. Prohibiting the introduction of new bills-introduced

296, proceedings 307. No. 29. Appointing an agent to present certain claims to treas.

ury department and ascertain the territorial indebtedness

received 303, proceedings 318. No. 30. Resolution rescinding No. 15-introduced 301. pro

ceedings 321. RESOLUTIONS,

from the council: No. 1. Relative to the employment of fireman-received 30, pro

ceedings 31, 32, 34. No. 2. Relative to state government 35. No. 4. Relative to cancelling all auditor's warrants--received

46, proceedings 48. No. 5. Relative to mail route from Milwaukee via Muguonego

and other places-received 52, proceedings 53. No. 6. Rulative to the expenses of the sessions of legislative

assembly of Dec. 1842 and Jan. 1843-received 63, pro

ceedings 65. No. 8. Relative to appropriation for harbors on the western shore

of lake Michigan-received 73, proceedings 90. No. 9. Relative to the distribution of census returns of 1840

received 79, proceedings 80. No. 10. Relative to university lands-received 333, proceedings

334. No. 11. Relative to selection of seminary lands-received 89,

procedings 101, 102, 103, 106, 108, 112, 140, 156, 169, No. 13. Relative to a ship canal round the fulls of St. Mary's—

received 108, proceedings 112. No. 14. Inquiring of select committee when they will report

received 141. No. 15. Directing the select committee therein named to report

received 139, proceedings 141, 145. No. 17. Reqarsting governor to supply the Wisconsin Dragoons

at Mineral Point, with arms--received 183, proceedings 181,

206, 215, approved 222. No. 18. Requesting secretary to forward memorials to de legate

in congress-received 205, proceedings 207, No. 19. Relative to printing laws and journals of the present session, and the reports and decisions in the supreme courl

received 2 11, proceedings 270, 291, 291, 2-3. No. 20. Relative to accounts presented to legislature-received

225, proceedings 271. No. 21. R-lative to designating what reports shall be printed in

journals---received 203, proceedings 270, 271. No. 23. Rulalive 10 cinal commissioners-received 270,

ceedings 272. No. 21. Relative to expenses of legislative assembly-received

2:13, p.oceedings 295, 257, 293. No. 2). Appointing an agent to present certain claiz: at the

treasury department for settlement--received 331, proceso

ings 331-2, 337,339. No. 26. Rrative to account of John S. Littel-receired

passed 335. Resolutions-joint)-Relative to the death of hon. Lewis I.

Lin, 5, 24, 25. No.l. Relative to the employment of fire.n20, 30, 31, 32, 35. N. 2. Rulative to state governinent, 3). No.3. To dispense with printing the daily journals. 68, 76. No. 1. Relative to cancelling auditor's warranis, 13, . No. 5. To inquire into the indebtedness of the territor, S. No. 6. Relative to expenses of former session of legizlutire as

sembly-received 63, pissed 65. No.8. Relative appropriations for burbors-recu 73, pissed No. 9. Relative in the distribution of census returis of 1811

received 79, passed 80. No. 10. R-dative lo university lands--received 333, passed 3:14. No. 12. Relative to amending the 14th joini ruic-seceived !!

negatived 96. No. 24. Relative to information from the treasury department

concerning the expenses of the legislative assembly-it

ceived 293, passed 299. RULES-standing, 10, 11; joint, 41, 46. SHITII, JOHN Y., elected superintendent of territorial property,

217; coinmunication of, 107,277. SPEAKER, appointed pro tem., 4, 115; address of, 26, 313; elect

ed, 25. VETOES-53, 59, 183-6, 187-8, 323, 339. WALKER, GEORGE II., elected speaker, 26. WisconsiX MARINE AND Fire INSURANCE COMPANT-report of,

09; coininunication of, 117,

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