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By Senator Foster: No. 29, S., A bill to amend chapter 56, of the general laws of 1869, entitled an act to authorize the appointment of a phonographic reporter in certain counties in the tenth judicial circuit of the State of Wisconsin. Referred, by request, to the Senators from the 18th, 21st, 22d, 29th and 33d districts.

REPORT OF COMMITTEE.

The committee on railroads, to whom was referred,

No. 4, S.,

Report the same back with amendment, and recommend itt passage as amended.

Also,

No. 9, S.,

And its passage recommended. - WM. T. PRICE,

Chair...an.

MESSAGE FROM THE ASSEMBLY.
By E. W. Young, Chief Clerk thereof.
MiR. PREsident :

I am directed to inform you that the Assembly has adopted and asks the concurrence of the Senate in

Jt. Res. No. 2, ...A.,

Providing a Joint Select Committee of nine on the subject of the re-districting of the state.

And has passed and asks concurrence of the senate in

No. 48, A.,

A bill to amend section 9, chapter 27, private and local laws of 1868, entitled, an act to incorporate the Boscobel and Crawford county Bridge company.

No. 23, A.,

A bill to amend chapter 326 of the private and local laws of 1870, entitled an act to incorporate the Superior & St. Croix railroad company.

RESOLUTIONS CONSIDERED.

Jt. Res. No 2, A., Resolved by the Assembly, the Senate concurring, That a joint select committee of nine be appointed, six from the assembly and three from the senate, to whom shall be referred all bills and resolutions relative to the re-districting of the state into congressional, senatorial and assembly districts. Senator Clark moved to amend, so that it will read “A joint select committee of fifteen, nine from the assembly and six from the senate,” etc. Which amendment prevailed, and The resolution as amended was concurred in.

On motion of Senator Burchard,

The clerk was directed to request of the Assembly the return of Senate bill No. 5, for further consideration.

On motion of Senator Schantz,

The clerk was directed to request of the Assembly the return of bill No. 16, S., for further consideration.

On motion of Senator Price,

No. 23 A.,

A bill to amend chapter 326 of the private and local laws of 1870, entitled an act to incorporate the Superior and St. Croix Railroad Company,

Was taken up,

The rules suspended, and

The bill was passed.

MESSAGE FROM THE ASSEMELY.
By E. W. Young, Chief Clerk thereof.
MR. PREsident :

I am directed to return to the senate, for further consideration,

No. 5, S.,

A bill to extend the time for the collection of taxes in the town of Westford and the east ward of the village of Randolph, in the county of Dodge, and to authorize the clerk of the board of said county to apportion taxes to said town and village.

No. 16, S., # A bill to legalize the tax roll of the town of Erin, in the county of Washington, for the year 1870.

On motion of Senator Clark,

The vote by which

No. 5, S.,

A bill to extend the time for the collection of taxes in the town of Westford and east ward of the village of Randolph, in the

county of Dodge, and to authorize the clerk of said town to apportion taxes to the said town and village,

Was passed,

Was reconsidered, and

The bill was passed,

By the following vote:

Those who voted in the affirmative were

Senators Beldin, Burchard, Cameron, Clark, Colladay, Flint, Foster, Griswold, Hall, Huebschmann, Ives, Jones, Krouskop, Little, Miner, Morgan, Pettit, Pratt, Price, Schantz, Schmidt, Strong, Town and Walker—24.

Senator Hazelton voting in the negative,

On motion of Senator Clarke,

The vote by which

No. 16, S.,

A bill to legalize the tax roll of the town Erin, in the county of Washington, for the year 1870,

Was reconsidered.

Senator Schantz asked and obtained leave to amend said bill, and

The bill as amended was then passed

By the following vote:

Those voting in the affirmatiee were

Senators Burchard, Clark, Colladay, Flint, Foster, Griswold, Hall, Huebschmann, Ives, Jones, Krouskop, Little, Miner, Morgan, Pettit, Pratt, Price, Schantz, Schmidt, Strong, Town, Walker and Woodman—23.

None voting in the negative.

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W. E.ONESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1871. ". 10 o'clock, A. M.

Senate convened agreeably to adjournment.
The Lieutenant Governor presiding.
Roll called, quorum present.
Reading of the journal dispensed with.

Senator Schantz asked and obtained leave of absence for Senator Baldwin till Wednesday evening, 25th January.

RESOLUTIONS INTRODUCED,

By Senator Town : Res. No. 11, S., When Eas, Messrs. John Boyd and Levi B. Vilas claim to be entitled to seats in this body as senators from the 20th and 26th senate districts; therefore Resolved, That the sergeant-at-arms be and is hereby iustructed to provide chairs for Messrs. Boyd and Vilas, and that they be entitled to the privileges of the floor. Which was adopted.

By Senator Clark:

Res. No. 12, S.,

Resolved, That the superintendent of public property be directed to procure 50 maps, such as are contained in the new manual, for the use of the senate.

Which was adopted.

RESOLUTIONS CONSIDERED.

Res. No. 1, S.,

Inviting the resident clergy to open the morning sessions of the senate with prayer,

i. by Senator Pratt, on the 18th, postponed,

Senator Woodman offered the following amendment:

“That the chief clerk be requested to open the morning sessions of the Senate by reading the Lord's prayer, in a clear and distinct voice.”

Which amendment was lost,

By the following vote:

Those who voted in the affirmative were

Senators Burchard, Clark, Deuster, Huebschmann, Ives, Miner, Schmidt, Walker and Woodman—9.

Those who voted in the negative were

Senators Beldin, Cameron, Colladay, Flint, Foster, Griswold, Hall, Jones, Krouskop, Jittle, Magoon. Morgan, Pettit, Pratt, Price, Rice, Schantz, Strong and Town—19.

The original resolution, as follows:

Resolved, That the President of the Senate is hereby requested to invite the resident clergy of Madison to open the morning sessions of the Senate with prayer,

Was then adopted

By the following vote :

Those voting in the affirmative were

Senators Beldin, Burchard, Cameron, Colladay, Flint, Foster, Griswold, Hall, Ives, Jones, Krouskop, Little, Magoon, Miner, Pettit, Pratt, Price, Strong and Town—19.

Those voting in the negative were

Senators Clark, Deuster, Huebschmann, Morgan, Rice, Schantz, Schmidt, Walker and Wocqman–9.

Res. No. 8 S., Resolved by the Senate, the Assembly concurring, That the superintendent of public property is hereby instructed to employ some suitable person to take charge of the flag on the capitol during the session of the present legislature,

Was adopted.

Res. No. 10, S.,

Resolved, That the superintendent of public property be and he is hereby instructed to furnish, for the use of the Senate, three of Chapman's new maps of the State of Wisconsin, published in 1869, to be hung in convenieut places in the Senate chamber.

Was adopted.

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