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: And after sometime spent therein,
The committee arose, and by its chairman, reported said bill No. 9 S., back to the Senate with the recommendation that it be laid over until to-morrow.
And said bill No. 20 S., without amendment,
Said bill No. 20 S., was ordered to be engrossed and read the third time.
And the amendment to said bill No. 24 S., was concurred in, and said bill was ordered to be engrossed and read the third time.
On motion of Mr. Lewis,
No. 50 S., a bill to make warrants issued by the Board of Public Works, subsequent to the 17th day of April, 1852, receivable in payment for lands belonging to the improvement,
Was laid upon the table.
No. 38 S., a bill to appropriate to W. E. Cramer the sum of money therein named.
No. 51 S., a bill to establish a State road from Steven's Point to Hudson, St. Croix County.
No. 52 S., a bill to appropriate to the Kenosha City Guards the sum therein named,
Mr. Smith in the chair,
The committee arose, and by its chairman, reported back to the
Said bills Nos. 38 and 52 S., were ordered to be engrossed and read the third time,
1 And the amendment of the committee of the whole to said bill
No. 51 S., was concurred in, and said bill was ordered to be engross ed and read the third time.
In committee of the whole for the consideration of
No. 54 S., a bill to appropriate to M. T. Zanders the sum therein named.
No. 59 S., a bill to amend Chapter 117 of the Revised Statutes and
No. 105 S., a bill to amend Chapter 62 of the Session Laws of 1849,
Mr. Pinkney in the chair,
After sometime spent therein, the committee arose, and reported said bills back
1 Without amendment. On motion of Mr. Reed,
Said bill No. 105 S., was referred to the committee on the Expiration and Re-enactment of Laws.
On motion of Mr. Pinkney, ...
Said' bill No. 59 S., was referred to the committee on the Judiciary.
Said bill No. 54 S., was ordered to be engrossed and read a third time.
In committee of the whole for the consideration of
No. 60 S., a bill to provide for the punishment of persons convicted of larceny, and to repeal Sections 15 and 16 of Chapter 134 of the Revised Statutes.
No. 82 A., a bill to incorporate the Berlin and Watertown Railroad Company, and
No. 101 A., a bill to provide for laying ont a State road there in named,
Mr. Wakeley in the chair,
And after sometime spent therein, the committee arose and by its chairman, reported said bills back to the Senate,
Oň motion of Mr. Blafr, said bill No. 60 B., was referred to the čommittee on the Judiciary.
On motion of Mr. Wakeley, said bill No. 101 A., was referred to the committee on Roads and Bridges.
No. 88 A., a bill to amend an act entitled "an act to incorporate the Milwaukee and Fond du Lac Railroad Company, and
No.5 A., a memorial to Congress for a Mail Route.
An act to appropriate money to the Members and Officers of the Legislature.
An act appropriating to E. B. Quiner the sum therein named.
An act to extend the time for the collecting of taxes in the town of Dane, county of Dane.
An act to appropriate to the Members of the Legislature, a certain sum of money as mileage.
An act to amend Section 15 of an act entitled “an act to incorporate the Sheboygan and Mayville Plank Road Company."
An act to authorize the Secretary of State to audit certain am counts, and providing for the payment thereof.
An act to change the name of Lewis Frederick Dengell. to Lewis Frederick Schneider, and
Memorial to Congress for a Mail Route,
Said bill No. 38 A., and said memorial No. o A., were severally read the first and second times.
On motion of Mr. Blair,
Said bill No. 38 A., was referred to the committee on Incorporations.
Mr. IIunter noved that the Senate adjourn until next Monday.
Which was agreed to,
Messrs. Allen, Blair, Bovee, Bowen, Dunn, Hunter, Reed, Sharpstein, Smith, Squires and Vittum.-11.
Those who voted in the negative were,
Messrs. Alban, Bashford, Briggs, Cary, Lewis, Miller, Pinkney, Prentice, Wakeley, Whittlesey and Wiel.-11.
There being a tie, the President gave the casting vote in the affirmative, and declared the Senate adjourned till next Monday morning at 10 o'clock, 4. M.
MONDAY, February 7, 1853. Prayer by the Rev. Mr. Miller. The reading of the Journal of yesterday was dispensed with.
Mr. Reed presented the account of Campbell, Brusk & Co., against the State,
Which was referred to the Committee on Legislative Expenditures.
Mr. Bashford presented the petition of Charles Ford, H. K. Raymond and 640 others, citizens (590 of whom are legal voters) of the county of Winnebago, for a law similar to the Maine Liquor Law,
Which was referred to a select committee, consisting of Messrs. Bashford, Briggs and Allen.
Mr. Miller presented the petition of 150 ladies of the county of Rock,
The petition of Frederick Van Patten, Emeline Van Patten, Alfred I. Van Patten, Erancis Van Patten, Frederick P. Van Patten, Samuel R. Van Patten, Peter Van Patten, Magdaline Van Patten, and 50 others, citizens of Rock Co.,
For the passage of the Maine Liquor Law.
Said petitions were referred to the select committee on that subject.