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On motion of Senator Miner,
Adjourned until Monday evening, January 30, at 7 o'clock.

MONDAY, JANUARY 30, 1971–7 P. M.

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

RESOLUTIONS CONSIDERED.

The consideration of
Jt. Res. No. 7, S.,
Fixing time for final adjournment,
Was, on motion of Senator Burchard,
Postponed till Wednesday morning, at 11 o'clock.
The consideration of
Res. No. 16, S.,'
Requiring a dictionary for the use of the clerks of the Senate,
Was, on motion of Senator Hazelton,
Postponed till to-morrow morning at 11 o'clock.

LETTERS, PETITIONS, MEMORIALS, Ero.,

Presented and referred.

By Senator Williams :
Mem. No. 10 S.,

The petition of A. P. Waterman and 42 others, for the establishment of an institution for the education of feeble-minded and idiotic children.

To committee on Charitable and Benevolent Institutions.

BILLS INTRODUCED,
On leave granted, read first and second times and referred.
3. Senator Hall :
No. 84, S,

A bill authorizing Union School District No. 1, of the town of Monroe, in the county o: Green, to borrow a certain sum of money therein named.

Senator Hall moved that the rules be suspended for the consider. ation of the bill.

Senator Strong moved that it be referred to the committe ca Siate Affairs,

Which motion prevailed, and the bill was so referred.
By Senator Cameron:
No, 85, S.,

A bill to incorporate the Dunleith, La Crosse and St Croix Dit er Shore Railroad Company

To committee on Railroads. By Senator Huebechmann: No. 86, S.,

A bill to incorporate the Mutual Insuranse Company of the û der of Hermann's Song of Wisconsin.

To committee on State Affairs.
B; Senator Huebschmarn :
No. 87, S,

A bill to amend and correot section 1 of chapter 74 of the revisod statutes, entitled “Of Free Masons, Odd Fellows, and other similar, societies."

To committee on State Affairs.
By Senator Hazelton :
No. 88, S.,
A bill to create a State Board of Education.

To committee on Education.
By Senator Magoon :
No. 29, S.,

A bill to authorize school district No. 6 in the town of Shullsburgh, county of La Fayette, to borrow & sum of money.

To committee on Education. By Senator Magoon :

No. 90, S.;

A bill to authorize district No. 5, in the town of Belmont, coupty of La Hayette, to borrow a sum of money.

To committee on Education.

On motion of Senator Cameron,

The Chief Clerk was directed to request the Assembly to return to the Senate for further consideration,

No. 103 A.,

A bill to authorize joint school district No. 1 of the village of Sheboygan Fails, in the county of Sheboygan, to borrow money.

COMMUNICATIONS.

STATE OF WISCONSIN.

SECRETARY'S OFFICE,

Madison, January 28, 1871. Hon. Thad. S. POUND,

President of the Senate : Sir-I havo tbe bonor to inform you, in response to Res. No. 15, 7., that there are no reports, documents or papers of any kind on sile in this office relating to the election of Levi B. Vilas and John Dogd to the presect session of the Senate.

Very respectfully;

LL. BREESE,

Secretary of Stale.

MESSAGE FROM THE ASSEMBLY,
By E. W. YOUNG, Chicf Clerk thereof.
Hz. PRESIDENT :

I am directed to present you for signature :
No. 23, s.

A bill to appropriate a sum of money for the payment of indebt. edzess, current expenses and general repairs of the state prison for the year 1971,

Said bill having been signed by the Speaker.

And the Speaker has appointed as joint committee on the pert of tbə Assenıbly, on

Jt. Reg. No. 2, A.,

Providing a select committee of nine on the subject of re-digtricting the State,

Messrs. Field, Merrill, Jeffers, Bowen, Ayres, McDill, Chase, Fay, Maxon, McIntosh, Hoskins and Barnard.

SENATE BILLS ON A THIRD READING.

No, 17, S.,

A bill to amend chapter 168, private and local laws of 1868, entitled “an act to amend chapter 606, private and local laws of 1867, entitled • an act to divide the town of Armenia, in the county of Juneau,

Was read a third time and passed.
No. 21, S.,

A bill to amend section 1 of chapter 73 of the general laws of 1859, entitled "an act to change the name of the House of Refugo to that of the State Reform School,

Was read a third time and passed. No. 46, S., A bill to legalize the arts of the trustees of the First ward in the village of New London,

Was read a tbird time and passed.

On motion of Senator Woodman,
The Senate took a recess of fifteen minutes.

Called to order by the Lieutenant Governor.

MESSAGE FROM THE ASSEMBLY.

By E. W. Young, Chief Clerk thereof.

MR. PRESIDENT :

I am directed to return to the Senate, upon its request for further oopsideration,

No. 103, A.,

A bill to authorize joint school district No. 1, of the village of Sheboygan Falls, in the county of Sheboygan, to borrow a sum of money.

ASSEMBLY MESSAGE CONSIDERED.

Senator Cameron moved to reconsider the vote by wbich
No. 103 A.,

Was concurred in by the Senate on Saturday, and that the mo. tion to reconsider lie on the table till to-morrow morning,

Which motion prevailed.

On motion of Senator Miner,
The Senate adjourned.

TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1871.

10 O'CLOCK, A. M.

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

COMMUNICATIONS.

The Lieutenant Governor-submitted the following :)

MADISON, January 31, 1871.

Hon. T. C. POUND,

Lieutenant-Governor, and Members of the Senate;

You are cordially invited to be present this (Tuesday) evening, at 7 1-2 o'clock, in the Assembly Chamber, to listen to the annual address before the State Historical Society by Hon. Charles I, Walker, of Detroit, Profesger in the Law Department of the University of Michigan, on The Northwest during the Revolution, prepared largely from unpublished material, by a gentleman of fine culture. An unusually interesting address may be expected.

LYMAN C. DRAPER,
For the Committee of Arrangements

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