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Those who voted in the negative, were

Messrs. Barber, Heath, Hugunin and Rountree-4. · The question then being on agreeing to the amendment, as amended,

The ayes and noes were called, and it was determined in the affirmative, as follows:

Those who voted in the affirmative, were
Messrs. Crocker, Dewey, La Chapelle, Newland, White and
Whiton—6.

Those who voted in the negative, were
Messrs. Barber, Heath, Hugunin and Rountree-4.

The seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth amendments were then severally concurred in.

The question then being on agreeing to the twentieth amendment,

Mr. Barber presented a communication from I. Washington Bird, in which he offered to transcribe the journals of the legislative assembly for the sum of one hundred and twenty-five dollars.

Mr. Barber then moved 10 amend the amendment of the house, in the item appropriating two hundred and fifty dollars to J. G. Knapp, for transcribing the journals of the legislative assembly, by striking out the name of “J. G. Knapp," and inserting that of “I. Washington Bird."

Mr. Strong moved to amend the amendment of Mr. Barber, by striking out "I. Washington Bird," and inserting that of "John Delany;"

On which last motion the ayes and noes were called, and it was determined in the affirmative, as follows:

Those who voted in the affirmative, were

Messrs. Crocker, Dewey, La Chapelle, Newland, Strong, White, Whiton and Martin, (Pres't,)-8.

Those who voted in the negative, were
Messrs. Barber, Heath, Hugunin and Rountree-4.

The question then recurring on the motion to strike out the name of "J. G. Knapp,” and insert that of "John Delany;"

The ayes and noes were called, and it was decided in the affirmative, as follows:

Those who voted in the affirmative, were

Messrs. Crocker, Heath, Hugunin, La Chapelle, Newland, Strong, and White--7.

Those who voted in the negative, were

Messrs. Barber, Dewey, Rountree, Whiton, and Martin (President,)-5.

Mr. Barber moved further to amend said item of appropriation by striking out the words “two hundred and fifty dollars," and inserting in lieu thereof, “ one hundred and twenty-five dollars;">

And the ayes and noes being called, the motion was determined in the affirmative, as follows:

Those who voted in the affirmative, were Messrs. Barber, Crocker, Dewey, Heath, Hugunin, La Chapelle, Newland, Rountree, White, Whiton, and Martin (Pres't,)-11.

In the negative, Mr. Strong. Mr. Strong moved further to amend said item, by stiking out the words 6 council and;"

On which motion the ayes and noes were called, and it was determined in the negative, as follows: - In the affirmative, Mr. Strong.

Those who voted in the negative, were Messrs. Barber, Crocker, Dewey, Heath, Hugunin, La Chapelle, Newland, Rountree, White, Whiton, and Martin (Pres't,)-11.

The question then being on agreeing to the amendment, as amended,

And the ayes and noes having been called, it was determined in the negative, as follows:

Those who voted in the affirmative, were * Messrs. Crocker, La Chapelle, Newland, Strong, and Whiton--5.

Those who voted in the negative, were Messrs. Barber, Dewey, Heath, Hugunin, Rountree, White, and Martin (Pres't,)—7.

On the question of concurring in the twenty-first amendment of the house, which was an item of appropriation to David Lambert, “ for one hundred and fifty papers furnished the executive office, for the use of the governor, thirty-one dollars;"!

Mr. Strong moved to strike out the amendment, : Which was disagreed to;

And then the amendment was adopted.

The question being on concurring in the twenty-second amendment of the house,

Mr. Strong moved to amend the same by adding thereto the following, viz:

“ To John P. Sheldon, for furnishing the proceedings of the council for publication, one hundred dollars;"

On which motion the ayes and noes were called, and it was determined in the negative, as follows:

Those who voted in the affirmative, were Messrs. La Chapelle and Strong—2. Those who voted in the negative, were Messrs. Barber, Crocker, Dewey, Heath, Hugunin, Newland, Rountree, White, Whiton, and Martin (Pres't,}-10.

The twenty-third amendment of the house was then concurred in. .. On the question of concurring in the twenty-fourth amendment of the house, which was an item of appropriation “to Charles Do. ty, for forty-iwo days services as clerk in the executive office, one hundred and twenty-six dollars;"

The ayes and noes were called, and it was determined in the negative, as follows:

Those who voted in the affirmative, were Messrs. Heath and Martin (Pres't,)--2.

Those who voted in the negative, were Messrs. Barber, Crocker, Dewey, Hugunin, La Chapelle, Newland, Rountree, Strong, White, and Whiton--10.

On the question of concurring in the twenty-fifth amendment of the house,

Mr. Whiton moved the following amendment, viz:

66 To Sheldon & Hyer, for nine hundred and eighty-one copies of the Wisconsion Democrat, furnished the legislative council during the last and present session, fifty-eight dollars and eighty-six cents;"

And the ayes and noes having been called, the motion was determined in the negative, as follows:

Those who voted in the affirmative, were

Messrs. Barber, Dewey, Heath, La Chapelle, Newland, and Whiton--6.

Those who voted in the negative, were

Messrs. Crocker, Hugunin, Rountree, Strong, White, and Martin (Pres't,)--6.

The said twenty-fifth amendment was then concurred in.

The council refused to concur in the twenty-sixth amendment of the house.

On motion of Mr. Strong, The vote by which the council concurred in the twenty-fifth amendment of the house, was reconsidered.

Mr. Strong then moved, that the vote by which the amendment moved to the twenty-fifth amendment of the house, was rejected, be reconsidered;

Upon which motion the ayes and noes were called, and it was determined in the affirmative, as follows, viz:

Those who voted in the affirnative, were

Messrs. Barber, Dewey, Heath, La Chapelle, Newland, Strong, White, and Whiton--8.

Those who voted in the negative, were
Messrs. Crocker, Hugunin, Rountree, and Martin (Pres')—3.

The question then recurring on the said amendment to the twenty-fifth amendment of the house,

The same was adopted;

And the question then being on concurring in said amendment of the house, as amended,

The ayes and noes were called, and it was deterinined in the affirmative as follows:

Those who voted in the affirmative, were Messrs. Barber, Dewey, Heath, La Chapelle, Newland, Strong, and Whiton—7.

Those who voted in the negative, were Messrs. Crocker, Hugunin, Rountree, White, and Martin (President,)-5.

The twenty-sixth amendment of the house being under consideration;

On motion of Mr. Rountree, The first blank in said amendment was filled with the figures “343," and the second blank with the word "fifty," and the third blank with the word “hifty-eight;"

And said amendment of the house, as amended, was then concurred in.

The twenty-seventh amendment of the house being under consideration;

Mr. Whiton moved to add the following as an amendment thereto, viz:

“ To Seth Van Bergen, eighteen dollars and fifty cents, as additional compensation for wood furnished for the use of the legisature."

"To Alfred Boyles, forty dollars and seventy-five cents, as additional compensation for wood furnished for the use of the legislature;"

Which was agreed to,
And said 27th amendment, as amended, was then agreed to.

The question then being on concurring in the amendments of the house, as amended,

The ayes and noes were called, and it was determined in the affirmative, as follows: • Those who voted in the affirmative, were

Messrs. Barber, Dewey, Heath, La Chapelle, Strong, White, Whiton and Martin, (Pres't,)—8.

Those who voted in the negative, were
Messrs. Hugunin and Rountree-2.

On motion of Mr. Hugunin, No. 55, “A bill to organize the town of Pike Grove, and to annex certain land to the town of Southport, in the county of Racine,” was taken up, And the amendments of the house were concurred in.

On motion,
The council adjourned.

EXECUTIVE JOURNAL.

FRIDAY, April 14, 1843. The following message from the governor, delivered yesterday by his private secretary, Mr. Charles Doty, was taken up, viz:

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