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No. 110 S., A bill authorizing the town Superintendents of the towns of Blooming Grove and Madison in the County of Dane to do certain acts therein named.
By Mr. Wiel,
No. 111 S., A bill to incorporate the Port Washington, West Bend and Beaver Dam Rail Road Company.
Said bills Nos. 108 and 110 S., 'were referred to the Committee on Education, School and University Lands.
Said bill No. 109 S., was referred to the committee on Judiciary.
Said bill No. 111 S., was referred to the committee on Incorpo. rations, and the printing thereof dispensed with.
Mr. Hunter, from the committee on Internal Improvements, to whom had been referred,
No. 24 A., A bill to authorize John J. Cruikshank to construct and maintain a canal at Grand Rapids, Wisconsin,
Reported the same back to the Senate, and recommended that said bill be amended by striking out so much of section five as follows after the words “ so liable,” in the ninth line of said section and the insertion of the words, “This act may be altered or repealed by any subsequent Legislature,” in place of the eleventh section of the original bill.
Accompanying which Mr. Hunter submitted the following Report in writing:
The committee on Internal Improvements, to whom was referred Assembly bill No. 24, entitled “ A bill to authorize John J. Cruikshank to construct and maintain a canal at Grand Rapids, Wisconsin,” have had the same under consideration and respectfully report, that from the best sources of information which they have been enabled to obtain, the proposed improvement is one which is demanded by the wants of the inhabitants of that portion of the State, where business renders it necessary for them to navigate the said river at the point of the said improvement; that several charters have been granted to different individuals at least as far back as the year 1847 for the purpose of improving the Grand
Rapids by erecting dams provided with slides for the passage of boats and rafts, but that the contemplated works have not yet been completed to such an extent as to render the passage of the Rapids safe, which end your committee are of opinion can be obtained by the construction of the canal as proposed in said bill. Your committee also report that in their judgment the said several acts of Incorporation do not confer any exclusive rights upon the individuals comprising such companies, which would prevent others from constructing an improvement of the nature contemplated, by the said bill, and they recemmend the passage of the same with the amendments proposed by your committee.
E. M. HUNTER, Chairman. Mr. Dunn from the counmittee on Judiciary to whom had been referred
No. 58 S., A bill granting to Timothy Fanning the right to keep and maintain a ferry across the Mississippi River,
Reported the same back to the Senate with the recomendation that said bill be amended as follows:
Amend by striking out “twenty" in section first, third line and inserting “ten.'
The same section, line 5 after “on” insert the words “ any lands owned by him on.”
In same section, last lines, strike out the words “ of one mile of said point” and insert in lieu the words “on said river embraced within the limits of said fractions numbered three and four."
Substitute for 2d section the following:
Section 2. The said ferry shall receive such rates of ferriage and no more, as may be prescribed from time to time by the Board of Supervisors of the county in which said fractions, numbered three and four are situated according to the provisions of the Revised Statutes of 1849, Chap. seventeen, section second. And the said Fanning shall give bond as is required in the fifth section of said Chapter seventeen.
Add the following as
Section 3. It is hereby expressly provided that if at any time a rail road should terininate at the said Mississippi river, on either of said fractions numbered three and four, then, and in that case, the
company owning or controlling such rail road, shall have full privilege and license to transport and carry their pasşengers, property and freight of whatever nature and description, in their own boats, from said point of termination, across said river, free from any hinderance, let, molestation or ferriage rates, offered or exacted by the said Fanning or any one claiming under him, by reason of any privilege or immunity granted in this charter.
Change section three to section four-strike out section four and add the following: as
Section 5. That the act “granting to A. L. Gregone and George W. Jones the right to keep and maintain a ferry across the Mississippi river" Approved February 21, 1848, be and the same is hereby repealed.
Mr. Cary, from the committee on banks and banking, to whom had been referred
No. 56 S., A bill to prohibit the circulation of unauthorized
Reported the same back to the Senate with a recommendation that said bill be amended as follows :
The committee on banks and banking to whom Senate bill No. 56 was referred, have had the same under consideration, and have instructed me to report the same back to the Senate and recommend its passage with the following amendments:
In section 2 after the word dollars, strike out the word "and" and insert " or."
And at the end of said section insert the words "or by both, such fine and imprisonment in the discretion of the court.”
At the end of the 3d section insert as follows:
“And any such offence committed by any person named in this section may be prosecuted in any county of this State where any of said paper may be found circulating."
Before the word "Jurisdiction" in the second line of section five insert the word “concurrent."
In section 6, after the word "act” in the 7th line insert
JOHN W. CARY
Chairman. Mr. Bovee, from the committee on Town and County organization, to whom had been referred
No. 102 A., A bill to divide the county of La Crosse and create the county of Black River.
Reported the same back to the Senate with amendments as follows:
The committee on town and county organization to whom was referred No. 102 A., A bill to divide the county of La Crosse and create the county of Black River, have had the same under consideration and would report the same back to the Senate with the following amendments :
Strike out the words Black River in section 1st and insert "Jackson" strike out the words Black River in section 2 and insert « Jackson."
Strike out all after the word qualified and insert" and the county officers shall be elected at the next general election, and the officers so elected shall hold their respective offices for two years and until their successors are duly qualified.” Strike out in section 5 all after the words Black River Falls.
1 Strike out section 6 entire and insert
“From and after the first day of September next, the said county of Jackson shall be organized for Judicial purposes. The circuit court shall be holden in the county of Jackson on the fourth Monday of of March and on the second Monday of November of
Strike out section 10 entire and insert “The qualified electors of said county of Jackson shall on the first Monday of September one thousand eight hundred and fifty three, and once in every
four years thereafter, elect a suitable person to the office of Judge of said County, who shall be called the County Judge, and hold, his office for four years from the first day of January, thereafter, and until his successor is elected and qualified to serve in his place.
Mr. Hunter, from the committee on engrossed bills, reported as correctly engrossed.
No. 94 S., A bill appropriating to Beriah Brown and Beriah and John A. Brown the sum therein named.
No. 95 S., A bill to appropriate to.: Joseph A. Seibhaber the sum therein named.
. No. 79 S., A bill to fix the term of the Circuit Court in the third Judicial circuit. : No. 13 S., A bill to declare Big Plover River a public highway.
Fo. 12 S., A bill in relation to mills and mill dams. · Mr. Lewis, from the Judiciary Committee to whom had been referred - No. 27 S.; A bill to amend section 2 of Chap. 122 of the Revised Statutes. '
D.Reported the same back to the Senate,
9. hodina 1, Without amendment
.. · Mr. Bovee from the committee on Town and County organization, to whom had been referred
No. 55 A. A bill to organize the county of Shauauna,
Reported the same back to the Senate, with the recommendation that said bill be amended by striking out all after the word Wescott, in the third section, and inserting, “on the Tuesday succeeding the first Monday of November next.?? : Mr. Wakeley from tho committee on Judiciary, to whom had been referred
No:26 S. A bill to amend section 226, Chap. 88 of the Revised Statutes,
Reported the same back to the Senate and recommended that