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No. 80, A.,

A bill to provide for the better preservation of certain birds,

Was laid over until March 8th.
On motion of Senator Flint,
No. 300, A.,

A bill to provide for the payment of a sum of money therein named to Kelly A. Nott, of Menomonie, Wiscousin,

Was re-committed to committee on State Affairs.
No. 172, A.,

A bill to appropriate to Amos Devoe a sum of money therein named,

Was ordered to a third reading. The ayes and noes being demanded, it was decided in the affirmative; ayes, 16; noes, 13; not voting, .

The vote was as follows:

Ayes - Senators Bennett, Colman, Comstock, Erwin, Flint, Lord, McDonald, Minor, Palmetier, Parry, Randall, Ryland, Stanley, Warner, Webb and Wiley.- 16.

Noes - Senators Ackley. Adams, Chase, Cottrill, Hill, Jonas, Kingston, Meffert, Pingel, Reed, Ringle, Sherman and Smith.-13.

Absent or not voting — Senators Blake, Carey, Hudd and Wall.-4.

BILLS ON THEIR ENGROSSMENT AND THIRD

READING

No. 158, S.,

A bill to amend chapter 114 of the laws of 1880, relating to the taking of deer,

No. 179, S.

A bill to authorize S. Kronenwetter, his heirs and assigns, to build and maintain piers and a boom in and across the Wisconsin river, in the town of Mosinee, Marathon county,

Were severally ordered engrossed and read a third time.
On motion of Senator Adams,
No. 95, S.,

A bill to provide for a public guardian in each county of this state, and prescribing his official duties and compensation.

Was re-committed to committee on Edecation.
On inotion of Senator Warner,
No. 142, S.,
A bill to incorporate the city of Hartford.
No. 146, S.,

A bill relating to the organization of corporations, and amendatory of section 1771 of chapter 86 of the revised statutes,

Were laid over until March 8th, and

No. 117, S..

A bill relating to corporations and amendatory of section 1 of chapter 133 of the general laws of the year 1881, entitled an act relating to corporations, and amendatory of section 1775 of the revised statutes,

Until March 7th.
Senator Flint offered the following amendment to
No. 19, S.,
A bill for the better protection of the public health.
Amend section one as follows:

Strike out the words“ or otherwise" from the fourth line of said section in the printed bill.

Amend section three as follows:

Strike out the words “the health officer or to some member of," as they occur in line four of said section in the prrinted bill, and add at end of said section:

- Provided that the notices herein required may be sent by mail, or except in the case of cities may be given to, or left at the residence of, any member of the Board of Health; and notices so mailed or given within the time specified, shall be deemed a compliance with the provisions of this section."

Amend section 5 as follows: strike out all after the word “ be," as it occurs in line 5 of the said section in the printed bill, and insert in lieu thereof the words for the benefit of the school fund.”

Which was adopted.
The bill was then ordered engrossed and read a third time.

ADJOURNMENT.

Upon motion of Senator Erwin
The senate adjourned.

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 1883. The senate met. The president in the chair. Prayer by the Rev. Mr. Maltby.

The roll was called and the following senators answered to their names:

Senators Ackley, Bennett, Blake, Carey, Chase, Colman, Comstock, Cottrill, Erwin, Flint, Hill, Hudd, Jonas, Kingston, Lord, McDonald, Meffert, Minor, Palmetier, Parry, Pingel, Randall, Reed, Ringle, Ryland, Sherman, Smith, Stanley, Warner, Webb and Wiley.

The journal of yesterday was approved.

LEAVE OF ABSENCE

Was granted
To Senator Adams until tomorrow.

COMMUNICATIONS TO THE LEGISLATURE.

STATE OF WISCONSIN,

Department of State,

MADISON, MARCH 1, 1883. To the Honorable the Senate of the State of Wisconsin:

Pursuant to the provisions of section 147 of the revised statutes I have the honor to report herewith for legislative action, the following claim against the state, to-wit: James L. Preston,

$136.98. This claim, if allowed, will be chargable to the general fund. Very Respectfully Your obedient Servant,

ERNST G. TIMME.

Secretary of State. Referred to committee on Claims.

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES.

The committee on Finance, Banks and Insurance, to whom was referred

No. 32, A.,
A bill regulating the rate of interest,

Have had the same under consideration, and have instructed me to report the same back with the recommendation that it be indefinitely postponed,

Senator Warner dissenting.
No. 77, A.,

A bill to amend section 1928 of chapter 89 of the revised statutes relating to town insurance companies,

With the recommendation that it be concurred in.
No. 31, S.,

A bill to appropriate the sums of money therein named to the Charitable, Reformatory and Penal Institutions of the state. With the recommendation that it do pass.

HANS B. WARNER.

Chairman.

The committee on Judiciary, to whom was referred
No. 70, S.,

A bill relating to the organization of towns, and amendatory of section 674, of the revised statutes,

Have had the same under consideration, and have instructed me to report the same back with the recommendation that the amendment of the assembly be concurred in.

No. 91, A.,

A bill to perfect title to certain real estate in the city of Monroe, Green county, Wisconsin, and to vest the same in Lewis Davenport.

No. 10, A.,

A bill relating to corporations and amendatory of section 1791 of chapter 186 of the revised statutes.

No. 36, A.,

A bill authorizing town boards to procure safes for town clerks on certain conditions.

No. 97, A.,

A bill to amend section 2183 of chapter 115 of the revised statutes of 1878, entitled “ of other courts of record."

No. 133, A.,

A bill to amend sections 2507 and 2509 of chapter 115 of the revised statutes relating to the municipal court of Milwaukee county.

No. 190, A.,

A bill relating to the payment of clerks fees upon appeal from courts of justices of the peace in Milwaukee county.

No. 209, A.,
A bill entitled an act to amend section 2433, chapter 113,

of the revised statutes, entitled of court commissioners, as amended by chapter 151 of the laws of 1881.

No. 197, A.,

A bill to be entitled an act amendatory of chapter 180, of the laws of 1882, entitled an act relating to judgments in vacation and amendatory of section 1, chapter 140, laws of 1881, entitled an act relating to circuit courts, special terms, filing of decisions, and trials in vacation.

No. 131, A.,

A bill to legalize the proceedngs of a school district meeting held in school district No. 1, town of Magnolia, Rock county, Wisconsin, and to legalize the official acts of the officers of said district.

No. 414, A., A bill to legalize the official acts of J. L. Johnson, a justice of the peace in the county of Eau Claire.

No. 412, A.,

A bill to authorize justices of the peace elected in the sev. eral wards of the city of Eau Claire to keep an office and to perform their duties in any part of said city.

No. 303, A.,

A biil to authorize the county of Chippewa to build and maintain a free bridge across Chippewa river in said county, and to issue bonds for the payment of the construction of said bridge.

No. 118, A.,

A bill to enable the town of Helvetia, in the county of Wa

Vaupaca, to invest its surplus town funds known as the school fund,

With the recommendation that they be concurred in.
No. 31, A.,

A bill in relation to the department of insurance and of railroads.

No. 6, A.,

A bill relating to the discharge of mortgages, and amendatory of section 2256 of chapter 100 of the revised statutes.

No. 69, A.,

A bill to provide for an appeal from the decisions of the state board of supervision of Wisconsin Charitable, Reformatory and Penal Institutions.

With amendments and with the recommendation that they be concurred in when so amended.

Senator Cottrill dissenting as to No. 34, A.
No. 10, A.,

A bill relating to executors, administrators, guardians and testamentary trustees, and the enforcement of their obligations.

No. 365, A.,

A bill relating to the distribution of the supreme court reports, and amendatory of section 357 of the revised statutes,

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