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Res. No. 1, S.,
Inviting the resident clergy to open the morning sessions of the senate with prayer,
Introduced by Senator Pratt, on the 18th, postponed,
“ That the chief clerk be requested to open the morning sessions of the Senate by reading the Lord's prayer, in a clear and distinct voice.”
Which amendment was lost,
Senators Burchard, Clark, Deuster, Huebschmann, Ives, Miner, Schmidt, Walker and Woodman-9.
Those who voted in the negative were
Senators Beldin, Cameron, Colladay, Flint, Foster, Griswold, Hall, Jones, Krouskop, Jittle, Magoon. Morgan, Pettit, Pratt, Price, Rice, Schantz, Strong and Town-19.
The original resolution, as follows:
Resolved, That the President of the Senate is hereby requested to invite i he resident clergy of Madison to open the morning sessions of the Senate with prayer,
Was then adopted
Senators Beldin, Burchard, Cameron, Colladay, Flint, Foster, Griswold, Hall, Ives, Jones, Krouskop, Little, Magoon, Miner, Pettit, Pratt, Price, Strong and Town—19.
Those voting in the negative were
Senators Clark, Deuster, Huebschmann, Morgan, Rice, Schantz, Schmidt, Walker and Wocdman-9.
Res. No. 8 S.,
Resolved by the Senate, the Assembly concurring, That the superintendent of public property is bereby structed to employ some suitable person to take charge of the flag on the capitol during the session of the present legislature,
Resolved, That the superintendent of public property be and he is hereby instructed to furnish, for the use of the Senate, three of Chapmar's new maps of the State of Wisconsin, published in 1869, to be bang in convenient places in the Senate chamber.
A bill to amend section 17 of chapter 242, general laws of 1863, entitled “an act to provide for the enrollment of persons liable to perform military duty, and the organization of the state militia for activ service, and the different acts amendatory. thereof.
To Committee on Military Affairs.
A bill to amend section 49, chapter 13, revised statuter, en titled " of counties and county officers.
To Committee on Town and County Organization.
A bill to provide for an appropriation for support of the Sol diers' Orphans' Home for the year 1871.
To Joint Committee on Claims,
A bill to appropriate money for the expenses of the Hospital for the Insane at Madison, for the year 1871.
To Joint Committee on Clainis.
A bill to appropriate money for the expense of the institution for the education of the blind, for the year 1871.
To joint committee on Claims.
A bill to appropriate a sum of money for the expense of the institute for the education of the deaf and dumb, for the year 1871.
To joint cmmittee on Claims.
A bill to appropriate a sum of money for the expense of the state reforni school, for the year 1871.
To joint committee on Claims.
A bill to amend chapter 462 of the private and local laws of 1866, entitled "an act to incorporate the Wisconsin Union railroad.”
To committee on Railroads.
REPORTS OF COMMITTEES.
Senator Pettit, chairman of committee on Benevolent Institu. stutions, submitted the report of said committee.
MESSAGE FROM THE ASSEMBLY.
By E. W. YOUNG, Chief Clerk thereof,
MR. PRESIDENT :
I am directed to inform you that the assembly has passed and asks the concurrence of the Senate in
No. 70, A.,
A bill to repeal chapter 361, private and local laws of 1863, entitled “ an act to authorize Eric Theodore Scly oth to maintain a ferry across Big Sturgeon Bay, in Door county, and to grant to Henry Schuyler the right to establish and maintain a ferry across Big Sturgeon Bay, in Door county.
And has concurred with the senate in the passage of
A bill to authorize and direct the city clerk of Madison to add to the tax roll of 1870, certain special taxes and assessments, and to legalize the relevy of the same.
MESSAGE FROM THE ASSEMBLY.
By E, W. Young, Chief Clerk thereof. MB. PRESIDENT :
I am directed to inform you that the Assembly has concurred with the Senate in the passage of
No. 5, S.,
A bill to extend the time for the collection of taxes in the town of Westford and the east ward of the village of Randolph, in the county of Dodge, and to authorize the clerk of the board of said county to apportion taxes to said town and village.
No. 16 S.,
A bill to legalize the tax roll of the town of Eriu, in the county of Wasbington, for the year 1870.
And has concurred with the Senate in its amendment to
Providing a Joint Select Committee of nine on the subjeot of the redistricting of the State,
And has passed and asks the concurrence of the Senate in
A bill to amend chapter 374 of P. and L. laws of 1870, entitled, "an act to incorporate the Trempeleau County Farmers' Mutual Fire Insurance Company."
On motion of Senator Pratt,
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE,
On the general file of bills,
After consideration of bills submitted, the committee rose, and through their chairman reported as follows: MR. PRESIDENT
The Senate, in Committee of the Whole, has had under consideration the General File of Bills, has gone through with the same, and bas instructed me to report the following bills to the Senate for its consideration :
No. 4, S.,
A bil to authorize the Western Union Railroad Company to guarantee the payment of bonde of the Sak ula, Ackley and Dakota Railroad Company, and other companies.
A bill to amend section 7, of chapter 21, of the private and local laws of 1868, entitled an aot to incorporate the Bosoobel and Crawford County Bridge Company.
Was laid aside at the request of Senator Krouskop.
OF THE COMMITTEE
OF THE WHOLE
No, 4, 8.,
Senator Cameron asked and obtained leave to introduce the fol. lowing resolution at this time : By Senator Cameron : Jt. Res. No. 3, S.,
Resolved by the Senate, the Assembly concurring, That 3,000 copies of the report of the Standing Committee on Charitable and Benevolent Institutions be printed for the use of the legislature.
Senator Jones moved to amend, by inserting “5,000” in place of «3,000,” where it occurred, in the first line of the resolution.
Which amendment prevailed, aud
Senator Huebschmann asked and obtained leave to introduce the following: By Senator Huebschmann :
Res. No. 13, S.,
Resolved, That the secretary of state is hereby instructed to furnish each member of the Senate, chief clerk and sergeant-atarms with a copy of the private and local laws of 1870 and 1869.
Which was adopted.
On motion of Senator Miner,