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Reported the same back to the Senate, without amendment. On motion of Mr. Reed,

No. 4, S. A bill to incorporate the Menomonee Locomotive Manufacturing Company,

Was taken from the table.

And the question being upon concurring in the amendments of the Assembly thereto,

A division was called for,

Whereupon the first and second amendments were concurred in.

And the third amendment thereto was non-concurred in.
The following bills were severally read the third time,
Passed, and their titles agreed to :

No. 8, S. A bill to authorize the town of Beloit, to aid in the construction of a certain Railroad.

No. 33, S. A bill to appropriate to Donaldson & Tredway, the sum therein named.

No.14 S., A bill to authorize the city of Milwaukee, to construct a Canal from the Milwaukee River to River street, in the Fifth Ward of said city, and to levy a special tax to pay for the same.

No. 35 S., A bill to incorporate the Plymouth and Charleston Plank Road Company.

The ayes and noes being required on the passage of said bill No. 33 S.

Those who voted in the affirmative were,

Messrs. Alban, Allen, Bashford, Blair, Bovee, Bowen, Briggs, Cary, Dunn, Hunter, Lewis, Pinkney, Reed, Sharpstein, Smith, Squires, Wakeley, Whittlesey and Wiel.—19.

None voted in the negative.

No. 40 A. A bill to change the time for assessing and collecting taxes in the counties of Marathon and Portage.

Was read a third time,

And, on motion of Mr. Alban, said bill was recommitted to the Committee on town and county organization.

No. 60 A. A bill to establish a Ferry across Chippewa River,
Was read the third time,
And the question being upon the passage thereof,

Mr. Dunn, asked the unanimous consent of the Senate to move to amend Section first of said bill by striking out the word “twenty" and inserting the word "ten" before "years” in 4th line,

Which was granted.
The said amendment was agreed to.
And said bill was then passed as amended and its title agreed to.

No. 65 A. A bill to amend an act entitled "an act to amend Sections eighty-two and three of chapter eighty-four of the Revised Statutes," approved April 17, 1852,

Was read the third time,

And, on motion of Mr. Bashford, said bill was referred to the Committee on Judiciary.

The following bills were read the third time:

No. 52 A. A bill appropriating to E. B. Quiner the sum therein named

No. 55 A. A bill to organize the county of Shauanan.

Mr. Squires, from the committee on enrolled bills, submitted the following report:

The committee on enrolled bills have presented to the Governor for his approval the following acts:

An act to vacate a part of Water and Fifteenth Streets in the village and county of Manitowoc Wisconsin.

An act to amend section 16 of an act to incorporate the Port Washington and Newburg Plank and Turnpike Company, approved April 19, 1852.

Joint resolution concerning the Menomonee Tribe of Indians.

An act to amend an act entitled an act to incorporate the Sheboygan and Mississippi Rail Road Company, approved March 8th, 1852.

An act to extend the time for the completion of a Bridge across Platte River in Grant county.

An act to authorize the Trustees of the village of Waukesha to raise money by tax.

The committee Lave also examined, No. 10 A. A bill to amend an aet entitled an act to incorporate the village of Waukesha, approved Apriž 16th, 1852,

Also, No. 17 A. A bill to amend an act entitled an act to incorporate the Neenah and Manitowoc plank road company.

No. 1 S. Memorial to the Post Office Department in relation to the increase of service on mail Rout, No. 4575, And report the same as correctly enrolled.

SQUIRES, Cha'n.

On motion of Mr. Dunn,
No. 15 S., A bill for the Preservation of Game,

Was taken from the table, and referred to a select Committee of three,

Consisting of Messrs. Bovee, Reed and Dunn.
In Committee of the Whole for the consideration of,
No. 12 S., A bill in relation to Mills and Mill-dams.

No. 44 S., A bill to appropriate to S. M. Booth, the sum therein named.

M. No. 2 A., A memorial to Congress, for a mail route.
Mr. Wakeley in the Chair,
And after sometime spent therein,

The Committee arose, and by its Chairman, reported back to the Senate, said memorial No. 2 A,

Without amendment.
And said bills No. 44 S., and No. 12 S.
With amendment.

The report of the Committee upon said bills and memorial was concurred in.

And said bills No. 44 S., and No. 12 S., were ordered engrossed and to be read the third time.

Said memorial No.2 A., was ordered to be read the third time. Message from the Governor, by his private Secretary:

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TO THE SENATE:

I have this day signed, approved, and filed with the Secretary of State, the following acts

An act to appropriate money to pay the mileage of Members of the Legislature.

An act to allow appeals to be taken from the decision of the Register of the State Land Office.

LEONARD J. FARWELL.

A message from the Assembly by its Chief Clerk:
Mr. PRESIDENT:
The Assembly has passed
No. 1, S., Joint Resolution relative to the Homestead Bill.

No. 73, S., A bill to extend the time for the collection of taxes in the town of Dane, county of Dane,

Without amendment; and

No. 18, S. A bill to authorise the Secretary of State to audit certain accounts, and to provide for the payment thereof,

With an amendment; also

No. 84, A. A bill to legalize the assessment and collection of taxes in the town of Marcellon, and county of Columbia, and

No. 46, A. A bill to incorporate the IIubbardton Manufacturing Company,

In all which the concurrence of the Senate is requested.
I am also directed to present for your signature

An act to amend an act entitled an act to incorporate the Nee nah and Manitowoc Plank Road Company,

An act to amend an act entitled an act to incorporate the vil lage of Waukesha, in the county of Waukesha, and

Memorial to the Post Office Departmect relative to the increase of mail service an mail route No. 4575.

On motion of Mr. Lewis,
The Senate then adjourned.

WEDNESDAY, February 2, 1853. Prayer by Rev. Mr. Etchman. The reading of the Journal of yesterday was dispensed with.

Mr. Briggs presented the petition of S. G. Fisher and 212 others, for amendment to the Charter of the Beloit and Madison Railroad Company,

Which was laid upon the table.

Mr. Miller presented the petition of J. A. Hoxie and 150 others, citizens of Rock Co., for the passage of the Maine Liquor Law,

Which was referred to the committee on Judiciary.

Mr. Whittlesey presented the petition of citizens of Madison and others, for amendment to the Beloit and Madison Road,

Which was laid upon the table.

Mr. Wakeley, from the committee on Education, School and University Lands, to whom had been referred,

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