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By Senator Deuster: Mem. No. 8, S., The petition of August Hock and 16 others, citizens of the city of Kenosha, praying that a part of the city of Kenosha may be annexed to the town of Somers. To special committee consisting of the Senator from the 8th district.
Ry Senator Deuster : o
Jt. Res. No. 5, S.,
Resolved, by the Senate, the Assembly concurring, In view of the long, faithful and eminent public services of Hon. Byron Paine, late an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, and in view of the inadequacy of his compensation during the principal part of his judicial life, that his widow be authorized to draw from the treasury, in addition to the amount received by him, a sum equal to his salary for three months, which is hereby appropriated for that pur
080, p Which was,
On motion of Senator Strong, referred.
To the joint committee on Claims.
By Senator Pettit : Jt. Res. No. 6, S., Resolved by the Senate, the Assembly concurring, That the joint committee, provided for by J. Res. No. 2, A., be increased by the addition of one from the Senate and one from the Assembly. Which was adopted.
On leave granted, read first and second times and referred.
By Senator Pettit:
No. 64, S.,
A bill to amend chapter 113 of the general laws of 1868, entitled “an act to amend chapter 182 of the revised statutes, entitled ‘of pardons.’”
To committee on Judiciary.
By Senator Pettit:
By Senator Schmidt :
By Senator Schmidt : No. 67, S., A bill to cause a survey of certain creeks and streams of water within the city of Manitowoc, and to regulate and record the course of such creeks and streams of water. To committee on Internal Improvements.
By Senator Huebschmann :
By Senator Colladay:
By Senator Cameron :
By Senator Woodman: * No. 71, S., A bill to incorporate the St. John's German Roman Catholic Aid Society. To committee on Incorporations.
By Senator Krouskop :
By Senator Pratt :
No. 73, S., A bill to incorporate the State Line and Union Railroad Company.
To committee on Railroads.
By Senator Strong :
A bill to appropriate to L. B. Hills a sum of money therein named.
To committee on Claims, with account No. 4, S., accompanying.
The Lieutenant Governor called the President pro tem., Senator Williams, to the Chair.
REPORTS OF STANDING COMMITTEES,
The committee on State Affairs to whom was referred
No. 6, A.,
A bill to authorize school district number two of the borough of Fort Howard, to horrow a certain sum of money,
Have had the same under consideration, and instrusted me to report said bill back with amendments, and with the recommendation that the senate concur in its passage when so amended.
W. M. GRISWOLD,
The committee on Railroads, to whom was referred,
No. 53, S.,
A bill to amend chapter 172, of the local laws of 1870, entitled an act to incorporate the Barboo Air Line Railroad Comany, p Report the same back without amendment, and recommend its passage.
W. M. GRISWOLD,
The Judiciary Committee to whom was referred, No. 115, A., A bill to authorize the city of Appleton to fund its corporate indebtedness, and to limit the amount of its bonded indebtedness, Have had the same under consideration, and report it back with. out amendment, and recommend that it pass. GEO. C. HAZELTT)N.
Chairman. On motion of Senator Baldwin,
The rules were suspended for the consideration of
By the following vote :
Those voting in the affirmative were Senators Baldwin, Burchard, Cameron, Clark, Colladay, Deuster, Flint, Foster, Hall, Hazelton, Huebschmann, Ives, Jones, Krouskop, Morgan, Pettit, Piatt, Reed, Rice, Strong, Town, Williams, and Woodman—23. * Those voting in the negative were Senators Beldin, Little, Miner and Schmidt—4. And the passage of said bill was concurred in, By the following vote: Those voting in the affirmative were Senators Baldwin, Burchard, Cameron, Clark, Colladay, Deuster, Flint, Foster, Hall, Hazelton, Huebschmann, Ives, Jones, Krouskop, Little, Morgan, Pettit, Pratt, Reed, Strong, Town, Williams and Woodman—23. Those voting in the negative were Senators Beldin, Micer and Schmidt—3.
REPORT OF SELECT coMMITTEE.
The special committee, to whom was referred,
No. 42, S.,
A bill to consolidate and amend the act to incorporate the city of Beaver Dam, and the several acts amendatory thereof,
Would respectfully report that they have had the same under consideration and report the same back to the Senate with a recommendation that the bill do pass.
MESSAGE FROM THE ASSEMBLY.
I am directed to present you for signature:
No. 80, A.,
An act to amend chapter 374, private and local laws of 1870, entitled an act to incorporate the Trempealeau County Farmers' Mutual Fire Insurance Company.
No. 84, A.,
An act to extend the tire for the payment of taxes in the village of Wausau, in the county of Marathon.
No. 70 A.,
An act to repeal chapter 361, of the private and local laws of 1863, entitled, “an act to authorize Eric Theo. Selyoth to maintain a ferry across Big Sturgeon Bay, in Door county,” and to grant to Henry Schuyler the right to establish and maintain a ferry across Big Sturgeon Bay, in Door county.
§. 98, A., -
A bill to confer certain powers upon the building commissioners appointed under chapter 39 of the laws of 1870, entitled an act to provide an additional institution for the insane,
No. 107, A.,
A bill to repeal chapter 429 of the private and local laws of 1870, entitled “an act to amend the act to incorporate the city of Milwaukee, and the acts amendatory thereof,” approved March 16, 1870, and to revise and re-enact all laws in relation to the collection of taxes, the receipts and disbursements of moneys by the treasurer of the city of Milwaukee, and to legalize his proceedings since the 15th day of March, 1870,
Said bills having been signed by the Speaker.
MESSAGE FROM THE ASSEMBLY.
I am directed to inform you that the assembly ha' , asks the concurrence of the Senate in
No. 59 A.,
A bill to authorize joint school district No. 5, towns of Lima and Clifton, county of Grant, and town of Mifflin, county of Iowa, to borrow a certain sum of money.
No. 145 A.,
A bill to extend the time for the collection of taxes in the town and village of Neenah.
No. 146 A.,
A bill to extend the time for the collection of taxes in the city of Watertown.
No. 148 A., . A bill to legalize the official acts of Aaron J. Brown, as treasurer of * of Mackford, in Green Lake county,
Jt. Res. No. 7, A.,
Extending sympathy to any and every nation striving to establish a republican form of government,
And has concurred with the Senate in the passage of
No. 15, S.,
A bill to enable the board of supervisors of Iowa county to elect a superintendent of poor,