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Mr. Miller also presented the petition of Thomas Lynch of Rock County, for relief from University Land contract,
Which was referred to the committee on Education, School and University Lands.
Mr. Lewis presented the petition of A. Chamberlain and 93 others, praying the appointment of Commissioners to lay out a State Road.
1 Which was referred to the Committee on Roads and Bridges.
Mr. Alban presented the petition of Wilson Holt and twentyone others on the subject of removing the Menominee Indians.
communication of Wilson Holt, On the same subject, Which were severally referred to the Committee on State affairs.
Mr. Lewis presented the petition of C. J. Pettibone and 182 others, praying the erection of certain bridges across tlfe Portage canal at Fort Winnebogo.
Which was referred to the committee on Roads and Bridges."
Mr. Cary presented the petition of M. G. Armour and 14 others to vacate a road,
!)",76147 Which was referred to the Committee on roads and bridges.
Mr. Whittlesey presented the account of James Davis against the State,
Which was referred to the committee on Legislative Expenditures.
! "1 Mr. Wakeley, from the Judiciary Committee, moved that such petitions as had been referred to said committee upon the Maine Liquor Law, be referred to the select committee on that subject,
Which was agreed to.
Bills were introduced and read the first and second times as follows:
By Mr. Bashford,
No. 112 8., A bill to incorporate the Oshkosh, Algoma and Ripon Plank Road Company.
By Mr. Bovee,
No. 113 S., A bill to legalize the acts of District officers of a certain School District. 3 By Mr. Wakeley, from the Committee on Education, School and University Lands,
No. 114 S., A bill providing for the establishment of temporary Normal Schools.
By Mr. Vittum,
No. 115 S., A bill to appropriate to O. D. Steele, a certain sum of money.
Said bill No. 112 S., was referred to the Committee on Incorpo rations.
Said bill No. 113 S. was referred to the committee on the Judicia
Said bill No. 115 S., was referred to the committee on Legislative Expenditures.
in Said bill 116 S., was referred to the Committee on Internal Improvements.
On motion of Mr. Blair the following resolution was taken up.
Resolved, That the Clerk be authorized to proenre copies of the report of the Board of Trustees of the Wisconsin institution of the blind, in pamphlet form, for the use of the Senate.
Mr. Blair moved that said resolution be indefinitely postponed,
Mr. Lewis from the committee on expiration and re-enactment of
No. 105 S., A bill to amend Chap. 62 of the session laws of 1849.
Mr. Vittum, from the Committee on Legislative Expenditures, reported
No. 117 S., A bill to appropriate to Charles A. McLaughlin the sum therein named.
No. 108 S., A bill to appropriate to Darwin Clark the sum therein named.
Which were severally read the first and second times.
Mr. Bovee from the Committee on town and county organization reported.
No. 119 S., A bill to authorize the Board of Supervisors of Rock County to provide for the support of paupers.
Mr. Sharpstein from the committee on Inorporations, to whom had been referred,
No. 6 S., Abill to amend the charter of the Madison and Beloit rail road Company.
Reported the same back to the Senate, with the recommendation that said bill be amended by striking out the words “and Fort Winnebago in the county of Columbia," and insert“ Madison in the county of Dane.”
Mr. Sharpstein, from the same committee, to whom had been referred,
No. 19 S., A bill to amend an act entitled “ an act to incorporate the Mineral Point rail road Company," approved April 17, 1852.
Reported the same back to the Senate, with the recommendation that said bill be amended as follows:
Sec. 1. Amend by striking out “five” where it occurs in said section, and insert “ seven.
Sec. 2. Strike out all between the word "shall” in the first line and insert the word “have" in the fourth line, strike out in the 6th and 7th lines the words“ or open new books for subscription to said stock,” in the 24th line of said section the words “whenever the consent of a majority of the stock holders shall have been first obtained for that purpose.
Sec. 14. Strike out all between "amendatory” in the 6th line and the word “and” where it occurs after the word "river” in said section.'
Strike out section 11.
Mr. Sharpstein, from the same committee, to whom had been referred
No. 7 S., a bill to incorporate the Port Washington and Lake Winnebago Railroad Company, and 1: No. 111 S., a bill to 'incorporate the Port Washington, West Bend and Beaver Dam Railroad Company,
Reported the same back to the Senate,' without amendment.
Mr. Dunn, from the committee on the Judicairy, to whom had been referred
No. 59 S., a bill to amend Chap. 117 of the Revised Statutes, Reported the same back to the Senate, without amendment. Mr. Hunter, submitted the following report: The committee to whom was referred the several remonstrances of citizens of Milwaukee against the election of City Comptroller by the people, have had the matter under consideration and respects fully report ---That in their judgment the reasons set forth in said remonstrances are insufficient to satisfy them that it is the best policy to leave the power of electing the aforesaid officer in the Common Council. The reason urged in the remonstrance that “ by the présent city charter the election of that officer is given to the Common Council,” would apply as well in preventing the extension of the elective franchise in all cases where it was limited by law, and the fact that three of the Aldermen of the city of Milwaukee have in their charaeter, as such, signed the remonstrance, is a significant indication of the necessity of having the comptroller elected by the people. Your committee are of the opinion that there is no more danger of the election of an incompotent or untrustworthy person by the people, than there is of the Common Council electing one who would betray the interests coinmitted to his charge, and
we believe that all officers which are created by the people, should be filled by them immediately, and not by others representing them. Your committee respectfully recommend the passage of the bill now before the Senate, providing for the election of said officer by the people.
E. M. HUNTER,
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 appropriate money to the Members and Officers of the Legistature.
An act to extend the time for the collecting of taxes in the town of Dane, County of Dane.
An act appropriating to E. B. Quiner the sum therein named.
An act to appropriate to the Members of the Legislature a certain sum of money as mileage.
An act to amend Sec. 15, of “an act to incorporate the Sheboygan and Mayville Plank Road Company.
An act to authorize the Secretary of State to audit certain accounts, and providing for the payment thereof.
Memorial to Congress for a Mail Route.
An act to change the name of Lewis Frederic Dengel to Lewis Frederic Schneider.
Joint resolution relative to Homestead Bill.
No. 63 A., a bill to repeal an act entitled “an act in reference to appeals from Justices' Courts," approved Apirl 16, 1852.
No. 64 A., a bill to amend an act entitled "an act to incorporae the Winnebago Lake and Fox River Road Company."