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No. 101 S., A bill to incorporate the Mineral Point Zinc, Lead, and Copper Mining Company.

By Mr. Wiel,

No. 102 S., A bill to provide for the re-appraisal of the unsold portions of land in sections No. sixteen in Townships of Washington County, Wisconsin.

By Mr. Wakeley,

No. 104 S., A bill to incorporate the Central Wisconsin Rail Road Company

By Mr. Alban,

No. 105 S., A bill to amend Chap. 62 of the session Laws of 1849.

By Mr. Hunter,

No. 106 S., A bill to incorporate the Milwaukee Hotel Company.

Said bills Nos. 100, 101, 104 and 106 S., were referred to the Committee on incorporations.

Said bill No. 102 S., was referred to the Committec on Education, School and University Lands.

The printing of said bill No. 105 S, was dispensed with.

Mr. Hunter, from the select Committee, consisting of the Milwaukee Delegation, to whom was referred

No. 9 S., A bill to amend an act entitled an act to consolidate and amend the act to incorporate the city of Milwaukee and the several acts amendatory thereof, approved February 20th 1852.

Reported the same back to the Senate with an amendinent by way of substitute.

Which was read the first and second times.

Mr. Wakeley, from the Committee on School and University Lands, reported

No. 103 S., A bill to provide for the traveling expenses of the State Superintendent.

Which was read the first and second times

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Mr. Sharpstein, from the Committee on incorporations, to whom had been referred

No. 82 A., A bill to incorporate the Berlin and Watertown Rail Road Company.

No. 20 S., A bill to incorporate the Watertown and Oak Grove Plank Road Company.

No. 24 S., A bill to incorporate the Fond du Lac and Waukau Plank Road Company.

Reported the same back to the Senate,
Without amendment.

Mr. Blair from the Committee on State affairs to whom had been referred,

No. 14 A., A bill to extend the time for collecting taxes in the town of Nekimi, in Winnebago County.

Reported the same back to the Senate, and recommended that it do not pass.

Which report was concurred in.

Mr. Hunter from the Committee on engrossed bills, reported the following bills as correctly engrossed.

No. 30 S., A bill to appropriate to Alfred Main a certain sum therein named.

No. 97 S., A bill to appropriate to S. H. Martin the sum therein named.

No. 53 S. A bill to appropriate to John A. Brown the sum therin named.

No. 96 S, a bill to appropriate to Patrick Walsh the sum therein named.

Mr. Bovee, from the Committee on Town and County organization, to whom was referred the petition of W. . Lyon and 125 others, citizens of Washington County, in relation to fees of certain County Officers.

Reported the same back to the Senate and recommended that it be referred to the Judiciary Committee.

And the said petition was so referred.

Mr. Bovee from the same Committee, also submitted the following report:

The Committee on Town and County Organization, to whom was referred bill No. 40 A., for changiug the time for assessing and collecting county reveme, in the counties of Marathon and Portage, make report with the following amendments to said bill.

Add the following section, to be numbered 11:

Sec. 11. If any taxable property in said counties, shall be removed from one town or county to another, said property having been assessed, and taxes paid thereon during the year, said property shall have been removed, it shall not be lawful to assess and tax again the same peoperty in the same year and for the purposes of evidence as to the payment of said tax, the receipt of the town or county Treasurer, or Sheriff of the proper county, or any other credible testimony, shall be evidence of said payment.

Also amend Section ten, (10) by inserting immediately after the word taxes, where it occurs the second time in said section, the following: “And the redemption thereof."

Also amend by numbering Section 11 as section 12.

Mr. Alban moved that said bill No. 40 A., be taken up, the riles suspended, and that it be put upon its passage now.

Which was agreed to.

The amendments to said bill reported by the Committee on Town and County Organization, were concurred in.

And said bill was read the third time, passed, and its title agreed to.

Bills were read the third time, passed, and their titles agreed to, as follows:

No. 30 S., A bill to appropriate to Alfred Main, the sum therein named.

No. 53 S., A bill to appropriate to John A. Brown, the sum therein named.

No. 96 S., A bill to appropriate to Patrick Walsh, the sum therein named.

No. 97 S., A bill to appropriate to S. H. Martin, the sum therein named.

No. 42 A., A bill to revive, renew and amend an act entitled an act to provide for a special tax, for the improvement of the Manitowoc and Calumet Road.

No. 63 A., A bill to repeal an aet entitled an act, in reference to appeals from Justice Courts. Approved, April 16, 1852.

No. 64 A., A bill to amend an act entitled an act, to incorpo: rate the Winnebago Lake and Fox River Road Company.

The ayes and noes being required, on the passage of said bill No. 4 S.

Those who voted in the affirmative were, Messrs. Alban, Allen, Bashford, Blair, Bovee, Bowen, Briggs, Cary, Dunn, Hunter, Lewis, Miller, Prentice, Reed, Sharpstein, Squires, Vittum, Wakeley and Whittlesey.-19.

None voted in the negative.

The ayes and noes being required on the passage of said bill No. 53 S.

Those who voted in the affirmative were

Messrs. Alban, Allen, Bashford, Blair, Bovee, Bowen Briggs, Cary, Dunn, Hunter, Lewis, Miller, Prentice, Reed, Sharpstein, Squires, Vittum, Wakeley and Whittlesey.-19.

None voted in the negative.

The ayes and noes being required on the passage of said bill No. 96 s.

Those who voted in the affirmative were,

Messrs. Alban, Allen, Bashford, Bowen, Briggs, Cary, Dunn, Hunter, Lewis, Miller, Prentice, Reed, Sharpstein, Squires, Wake: ley and Whittlesey.--16.

Those who voted in the negative were,
Messrs. Blair and Bovee.--2.

The ayes and noes being required on the passage of said bill No. 97 S.

Those who voted in the affirmative were,

Messrs. Alban, Allen, Bashford, Blair, Bowen, Briggs, Cary, Dunn, Hunter, Lewis, Miller, Reed, Sharpstein, Squires, Wakeley, and Whittlesey.-16.

Those who voted in the negative were,
Messrs. Bovee and Prentice.—2.

The ayes and noes being called for on the passage of said bill
No. 63. A.

Those who voted in the affirmative were,

Messrs. Alban, Allen, Blair, Briggs, Dunn, Lewis, Miller, Prentice, Sharpstein, Squires, Wakeley, Whittlesey and Wiel.-13.

Those who voted in the negative were,
Messrs. Bashford, Bovee, Bowen, Cary, Hunter and Reed.-6.

No. 54 A., a bill to organize the county of Waupaca for Judicial purposes,

Was read the third time,
And on motion of Mr. Blair,
Said bill was laid on the table until to-morrow.

No. 86 A., a bill authorizing the county of Brown to issue bonds for the purpose therein named,

Was read the third time, passed, and

On motion of Mr. Dunn, the title of said bill was amended by striking out “a” and inserting “the,"

And the title thereof, as amended, was agreed to.

Mr. Squires, from the committee on Enrolled Bills, submitted the following

REPORT:
The committee on Enrolled Bills have examined

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

No. 13 A., a bill to change the name of Lewis Frederick Dengel to Lewis Frederick Schneider.

No. 7 A., a bill to amend Section 15 of the act entitled “an act to incorporate the Sheboygan and Mayville Plank Road Company," approved Feb. 9, 1850,

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