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is probibited from enacting any special or private laws in the following cases : 1st. For changing the names of persons or constituting one person the beir at law of another. 2d. For laying out, opening or altering highways, except in cases of state roads extending into more than one county, and military roads to aid in the cousiruction of wh'ch lano's way be granted by congress. 3d. For author. izing persons to keep ferries across streams at points wholly within this State. 4th. For authorizing the sale or mortgage of real or personal property of minors or others under disability. 5th. For locating or changing any county seat. 6th. For assessment or ccl. lection of taxes, or for extending the time for collection thereof. 7th. For granting corporate powers or privileges, except to cities. Stb. For aut horizing the arportionnent of any part of the school fund. 9ıb. For incorporating any town or village, or to amend the charter thereof. Section 32. The legislature shall provide general laws for the transaction of any business that my be prohibited by section thirty-one of this article, and all such laws shall be uniform in their operation throughont the State ; therefore

Resolved by the Senate, the Assembly concurring, That the foregoing amendment to the constitution be and the same is hereby agreed to by this legislature.

Which was referred
To the committee on Judiciary.

BILLS INTRODUCED.

On leave granted, read first and second times and referred.
By Senator Flint :
No. 18, S.,
A bill to incorporate the Princeton Stock Growers' Association.

To committee on Incorporations.
By Senator Griswold :
No. 19 S.,

A bill to repeal chapter 138, general laws of 1870, entitled " an act for the destruction of lynxes, wolves and wild cuts.”

To committce on State Afairs,

By Senator Griswold :
No. 20, 9,
A bill to protect the public against unauthorized insurance agents.
To committee on State Affairs.
By Senator Miner :
No. 21, S.,

A bill to amend section 1 of chapter 78 of the general laws of 1859, entitled “ an act to change the pame of the Home of Refuge to that of the State Reform School.”

To committee on Benevolent Institutions.

By Senator Miner: .
No. 22 S.,

A bill to amend chapter 186 of the private and local laws of 1869, entitled, " an act to amend chapter 398 of the private and local laws cf 1868, entitled, “an act to amend chapter 170, of the private laws of 1857,” entitled, “ an act to incorporate the Yellow River Improvement Company."

To Committee on Judiciary.
By Senator Pettit :
No. 23 S.,

A bill to appropriate a sum of money for the payment of indebtedness, current expenses and general repairs of the state prison, for the year 1871.

To Joint Committee on Claims. By Senator Pettit :

No. 24 S.,

A bill to provide for the construction of new roofs on the south wing of the state prison, and on the female prison at Waupun.

To Joint Committee on Claims.
By Senator Burchard :
No. 25 S.,

A bill to provide for the completion of the hospital in the state prison.

To Joint Committee on Claims. by Senator Krouskop : No. 26, S.,

A bill to authorize the reviewing of the State road from Lone Rock, in Richland county, to Kickapoo Center, in Vernon county,

To comunitiee on koads, Bridges and Ferries. By Senator Cameron :

No. 27. S;

A bill to amend chapter 154 of the general laws of 1862, entitled an act to provide for a lien for labor and services upon logs and lumber in certain cases.

To committee on Judiciary.
By Senator Foster :
No. 28, S.,

A bill to amend chapter 16, of the general laws of 1870, enti. tled an act to authorize the appointment of phonographic reporters foi the circuit court for the counties of Green Lake and Dodge, in the third judicial circuic.

Referred, by request, to the Senators from the 18th, 21st, 22d, 27th and 33d districts.

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 Wis. consin.

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 pagsage as amended.

Also,
No. 9, S.,
And its
passage
recommended.

WM. T. PRICE,

Chairsan.

MESSAGE FROM THE ASSEMBLY.

By E. W. Young, Chief Clerk thereof.

bir. 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-distrioting 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,

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

On motion of Senator Scbantz,

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

On motion of Senacor 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 genate, 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 Wasbiogton, 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 Randolpb, in the

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

Was passed,
Was reconsidered, and
The bill was passed,
By the following yote :
Those who voted in the affirmative were

Senators Beldin, Burchard, Cameron, Clark, Colladay, Flint, Foster, Griswold, Hall, Huebschmann, Ives, Jones, Krouskop, Lit. tle, 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 Butchard, Clark, Colladay, Flint, Foster, Griswold, Hall, Huebschmann, Ives, Jones, Krouskop, Little, Miner, Morgan, Pettit, Pratt, Price, Schantz, Schmidt, Strong, Towo, Walker and Woodman-23.

None voting in the negative.

On motion of Senator Hazelton,
The Senate adjourned.

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