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act to incorporate the Sugar River Valley Railroad company, and

to suthorize certain towns therein named to aid in the construction

of said railroad,”
With accompanying memorials,
To committee on Railroads.

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES.

The committee on Engrossed Bills report that they have examined and found correctly engrossed,

No. 9, S.,

A bill to authorize the Western Union railroad company to guarantee the payment of bonds of the Sabula, Ackley and Dakota railroad company, and other companies.

J. H. JONES,
Chairman.

ASSEMBLY MESSAGE CONSIDERED.

No 80, A.,

A bill to amend chapter 374 of the private and local laws of 1870, entitled “an act to incorporate the Trempealeau County Mutual Fire Insurance Company,”

Was referred to the committee on State Affairs.

No. 70, A.,

A bill to repeal chapter 361, private and local laws of 1863, entitled “An act to authorize E. T. Sclyoth to maintain a ferry across

Big Sturgeon Bay, in Door county,” and to grant to Henry Seuy

ler the right to establish and maintain a ferry across Big Sturgeon Bay, in Door county,

Was, on motion of Senator Walker,

Taken up,

The rules suspended, and

The bill was concurred in.

Jt. Res. No. 4, A.,

Relative to taxation by tariff.

Senator Strong moved that it be referred to committee on Judiciary.

so Jones moved to amend, by making the reference to the committee on Federal Relations.

Amendment accepted, and

The resolution was so referred.

On motion of Senator Griswold,
The Senate adjourned.

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FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1871. 10 o'clock, A. M.

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

Accounts PRESENTED AND REFERRED.

No. 1, S.,

Of James M. Bull, for $30, for services as clerk of committee of state board of equalization,

To Joint Committee on Claims.

No. 2, S., .

Of Charles Wedder, for $12, for services as messenger for state board of equalization.

To committee on Claims.

RESOLUTIONS INTRODUCED.

By Senator Hazelton :

Res. No. 13, S.,

Resolved, That the superintendent of puplic property be and he is hereby required to furnish a copy of Webster's unabridged diotionary for the use of the senate; the same to be returned to his custody at the close of the session.

Adopted.

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By Senator Pettit:

Res. No. 14, S.,

Resolved, That the State Printer be directed to furnish one thousand copies of the statistical list, for the use of the Senate, on calendared paper. - **

Adopted.

BILLS INTRODUCED,
On leave granted, read first and second times and referred.

By Senator Burchard :
No. 42, S.,
A bill to consolidate and amend the act to incorporate the city of
Beaver Dam, and the several acts amendatory thereof.
Referred to select committee consisting of Senators Clark and
Burchard, and
Ordered not printed.

By Senator Cameron : > No. 43, S., A bill to provide for the payment of the sergeant-at-arms of the senate session of 1870,and for the witnesses subpoenaed by him to testify before special railroad committee. To Joint Committee on Claims.

By Senator Cameron : No. 44, S., A bill to amend chapter 243 of the private and local laws of 1863, entitled “an act to incorporate the Tomah and Lake St. Croix Railroad Company, and to repeal and amend a portion of a grant of land heretofore made to the La Crosse and Milwankee Railroad Company, and the various acts amendatory thereof.” To committee on Railroads.

By Senator Reed :
No. 45, S,
A bill to authorize the appointment of a phonographic reporter
for the 7th judicial circuit.
To committee on Judiciary.
By Senator Reed:
No. 46, S.,
A bill to legalize the aets of the trustees of the First ward in the
village of New London.
To committee on Local Legislation.

By Senator Hazelton:
No. 47, S., - - -
A bill to prescribe the manner of serving notices on non-resident

To committee on J udiciary.

By Senator Hazelton :
No. 48, S.,
A bill prescribing the mode of proving deeds and other papers
recorded in other States.
To committee on Judiciary.

By Senator Huebschmann :
No. 49, S.,
A bill supplementary to chapter 13 of the revised statutes, en-
titled “Of counties and county officers.”
To committee on Town and County Organization.

By Senator Huebschmann: No. 50, S., A bill to provide for the management of the public schools in the city of Milwaukee. Referred to Select Committee, conisting of Senators from the 5th and 6th districts, Messrs. Huebschmann and Deuster.

By Senator Schmidt :
No. 51, S,
A bill to extend the provisions of chapter 99 of the revised stat-
utes, entitled of railroads, to the Manitowoc and Menasha Railroad
Company, and authorizing a branch road.
To committee on Railroads.

By Senator Colladay :
No. 52, S.,
A bill to incorporate a certain cemetery association.
To committee on Incorporations.

By Senator Stroug: 4.
No. 53, S.,
A bill to amend chapter 172 of the local laws of 1870, entitled
an act to incorporate the Baraboo Air Line Railroad Company.
To committee on Railroads.

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES.

The joint committee on Claims have had under considerat in No. 23 S., A bill to appropriate a sum of money for the payment of indebtedness, current expenses and general repairs of do state prison, for the year 1871, And have instructed me to report the same back without amendment, and respectfully recommend that it do pass. E. S. MINER, Chairman.

§: out. on Railroads, to whom was leferred, o. 37, S., A bill to amend chapter 462 of the private and local laws of 1866, entitled an act to incorporate the Wisconsin Union Railroad, Have considered the same and instructed me to report the same back without amendment, and recommend its passage. - - WM. T. PRICE, Chairman.

The committee on State Affairs, to whom were referred

No. 80, A.,

A bill to amend chapter 374 of the private and local laws of 1870, entitled “an act to incorporate the Trempeleau County Farmers Mutual Insurance Company.”

No. 20, S,

A bill to protect the public against unauthorized insurance agents.

And

No. 19 S.,

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

Have had the same under consideration, and herewith report said bills back with the recommendation that they do severally pass.

W. M. GRISWOLD,

Chairman.

The committee on Judiciary have had under consideration the following bills :

No. 3, S., -

A bill to amend section 205, chapter 120, revised statutes, entitled “ of courts held by justices of the peace,”

Report the same back, and recommend that it be indefinitely post

ned. No. 10, S., A bill regulating the time of holding the general terms of the circuit court for the sixth judicial circuit, Report it back, and recommend that it pass. GEO. C. HAZELTON,

Chairman.

MESSAGE FROM THE ASSEMBLY.
By E. W. Young, Chief Clerk thereof.
Mr. PREFIDENT :

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

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