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By Senator Krouskop :
No. 80, S.,
A bill to appropriate to B. F. Fay a sum of money therein
named. '
To committee on Claims.

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES.

The committee on Roads, Bridges and Ferries, to whom were referred

No. 66 S.,

A bill to regulate the building of bridges across Manitowoc river, in the city of Manitowoc,

Have had the same under consideration, have instructed me to report the same back without amendment, and recommend its pasSage.

g S. PRATT,

Chairman.o

The Joint Committee on Committee on Claims have had under consideration the following bills:

No. 33, S.,

A bill to appropriate a sum of money for the expenses of the Hospital for the Insane at Madison, for the year 1871,

No. 34, S.,

A bill to appropriate a sum of money for the expenses of the Institution for the Education of the Blind, for the year 1871,

And recommend that they do pass.

Also

No. 36, S.,

A bill to appropriate a sum of money for the expenses of the State Reform School, for the year 1871,

With amendment, and when so amended, respectfully recommend

its passage. E. S. MINER, Chairman.

§: o on Incorporations, to whom were leferred, o. 68, S., A bill to incorporate the Tailors’ Association, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, No. 71, S., A bill to incorporate the St. John German Roman Catholic Aid Society, Have had the same under consideration, and respectfully report them back without amendment, and recommend that they do pass.

No. 12, A., A bill to amend chapter 53 of the private and local laws of 1867, entitled “an act to incorporate the Hazel Green Mining Company,” And report it back with amendment, and recommend its passage as amended. B. U. STRONG,

Chairman.

The committee on Engrossed Bills have examined and found correctly engrossed, No. 42, S., A bill to consolidate and amend the act to incorporate the city of Beaver Dam, and the several acts amendatory thereof. J. H. JONES,

Chairman.

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

'I am directed to present for your signature No. 115, A., An act to authorize the city of Appleton to fund its corporate inebtedness, and to limit the amount of its bonded indebtedness. No. 146, A., An act to extend the time for the collection of taxes in the city of Watertown.

Which has been signed by the Speaker.

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

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

No. 157, A.

A bill to incorporate the Immanuel Church in the city of Racine.

No. 5, A.,

A bill to authorize Albert Wood to keep and maintain a ferry across the Wisconsin river.

No. 153, A.,

A bill to authorize the village of Eau Claire City, Eau Claire county, to issue bonds to aid in the purchase of fire engine, hose, hooks and ladders and other fire apparatus, and for other purposes. No. 10, A.,

A bill to amend chapter 470 of the private and local laws of 1870, entitled an act to i corporate the First Sauk County Farmers' Aso for the fabrication of sugar from sugar beets.

Wo. 7, A.,

A bill to provide for the payment of drainage money to the county of Marathon.

No. 9 A.,

A bill to change the name of Alice Marsh to Alice Barber, and to make her the heir-at-law of Joel and Julia L. Barber, of Geneva, Walworth county, Wis.

No. 86 A.

A bill to repeal chapter 203 of private and local laws of 1863, entitled “an act to incorporate the Grant River and Mississippi Road Company.

No. 151 A.,

A bill to fix the time for holding court in the 11th judicial circuit and to provide for the apportionment of special terms of court, and to dispense with grand and pettit jurors at certain terms.

No. 54, A.,

A bill to extend the time for the collection of taxes, and to change the time for selling lands for the non-payment of taxes, in the county of Clark, for the year 1871.

No. 64, A.,

A bill to provide for an abstract of tax sales in the county of Portage.

No. 103, A.,

A bill authorizing joint school district No. 1, village of Sheboygan Falls, Sheboygan county, to borrow money.

No. 21, A.,

A bill to incorporate the Spring Grove Union Church Society.

No. 52, A.,

A bill to incorporate the Puddlers' and Boilers' Union, of Bay-, view, Wisconsin.

No. 57, A.,

A bill to repeal part of sections 10, 11 and 12, of chapter 484 of the private and local laws of 1870, entitled “an act to incorporate the Adams County Collegiate Institute.”

No. 60, A.,

A bill to amend section 3 of chapter 89, of the general laws of 1863, entitled an act for the protection of boarding house keepers and livery stable keepers.

And

No. 18, A.,

A bill to amend section 1, of chapter 125, general laws of 1868, entitled an act to aunend chapter 58, revised statutes, entitled of weights and measures.

And has amended and concurred in as amended

Jt. Res. No 6 S.,

Providing for increasing the number of committee for re-districting the state.

And has concurred with the Senate in the passage of

No. 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 Company.

No. 9, S.,

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

No 53, S.,

A bill to amend chapter 172 of the private and local laws of 1870, entitled “an act to incorporate the Baraboo Air Line Railroad Company.

And

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.

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ASSEMBLY MESSAGE CONSIDERED.

No. 151, A.,

Was referred to the committee on Incorporations.

No. 5, A.,

To committee on Roads, Bridges and Ferries.

On motion of Senator Ives,

The rules were suspended for the consideration of

No. 153, A.,

A bill to authorize the village of Eau Claire City, in Eau Claire county, to issue bonds in the purchase of fire engines, hose, hooks and ladders and other fire apparatus, and for other purposes.

And the bill was concurred in,

By the following vote:

Those voting in the affirmative were

Senators Baldwin, Beldin, Burchard, Cameron, Clark Colladay, Deuster, Flint, Foster, Griswold, Hall, Hazelton, Huebschmann, Ives, Jones, Krouskop, Magoon, Miner, Morgan, Pettit, Pratt, Reed, Rice, Schmidt, Strong, Town, Williams and Woodman—28.

Those voting in the negative were

Senator Little—1.

No. 10, A.,

Was referred to committee on Incorporations.

No. 7 A.,

To committee on claims,

No. 9, A.,

To committee on Local Legislation.

No. 86, A.,

To committee on Roads, Bridges and Ferries.

On motion of Senator Ives,

The rules were suspended for the consideration of

No. 151, A.,

A bill to fix the time of holding court in the eleventh judicial circuit, and to provide for the appointment of special terms of court, and to dispense with grand and petit jurors at certain terms.

Senator Magoon moved that the bill be committed to the committee on Judiciary,

Which motion was lost, *

And the bill was concurred in.

On motion of Senator Burchard,

The rules were suspended for the consideration of

No. 54 A.,

A bill to extend the time for the collection of taxes, and to change the time for selling lands for the non-payment of taxes in the county of Clark for the year 1871,

And the bill was concurred in,

By the following vote :

Those voting in the affirmative were

Senators Baldwin, Burchard, Cameron, Clark, Colladay, Deuster, Flint, Foster, Griswold, Hall, Hazleton, Ives, Jones, Krouskop, Little, Miner, Morgan, Pettit, Pratt Reed, Schmidt, Strong, Town, Williams, Woodman —25.

Those voting in the negative were.

Senators Beldin, Huebschmann–2.

No. 64, A., -

Was referred to coinmittee on Local Legislation.

No. 21, A.,

To committee on Incorporations.

No. 52, A.,

To committee on Incorporations.

No. 57, A.,

To committee on Education, with remonstrance of county officers of Adams county, against its passage, accompanying.

No. 60, A.,

To committee on State Affairs.

No. 18 A.,

To committee on State Affairs.

No. 103, A.,

To committee on State Affairs.

Jt. Res. No. 6, S.,

Providing for increasing the number of committee for re-districting the State, as amended by the Assembly, constituting the committee of seven from the Senate and twelve from the Assembly,

Was concurred in, and

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