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Mr. Collins then moved to amend the amendment, by striking therefroin the word “ Milwaukee," and inserting in place there. of, the words “Mineral Point." And pending the question thereon,

On motion of Mr. Arnold,
The Council adjourned until 3 o'clock.

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Mr. Learned from the committee on enrolment, reported the following to be correctly enrolcd, viz': '." • An act to provide for the payment of the Legislative Assembly, and for other purposes ;

An act to authorize Samuel H. Farnsworth to build and main. tain a dam across the south channel of the Menominee river and for other purposes its i

(.pl .. An act relating to the duties of the registers of deeds of the counties of Sheboygan and Manitouwoc ; and inn.

Resolutions relative to the northeastern boundary of the Ter. ritory.

The Council again took up the unfinished, business of the morning ; being the consideration of resolution No. 16, (H. of R.) entitled “ resolution relative to the adjournment of the Le. gislature ;?

And the question being stated to be on the amendment of Mr. Collins to the amendment of Mr. Arndt,

The same was put and decided in the negative-ayes 6, noes 6. And the aves and noes being called for,

Those who voted in the affirmative, are Messrs. Brigham, Col. lins, Rountree, Sterling, Upham and Vineyard.

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Those who voted in the negative, are Messrs. Arndt, Bullen, Janes, Learned, Martin and Maxwell, (President.)

Mr. Rountree then moved to amend, by striking out “ Milwau. kee,” and inserting “ Plattville,"

And pending the question thereon,
Mr. Martin called for the previous question.

And the question having been put—" Shall the main question now be put ?" it was determinee in the affirmative-ayes 7,

noes 6.

And the

ayes and noes being called for, Those who voted in the affirmative, are Messrs. Brigham, Bul. len, Janes, Learned, Martin, Sterling and Maxwell, (President.)

Those who voted in the negative, are Messrs. Arnold, Arndt, Collins, Rountree, Upham and Vineyard.

The question was then put on ordering the resolution to a third reading, and decided in the affirmative.

On motion of Mr. Collins, (three fourths concurring therein.)

Ordered, That so much of the twenty-seventh rule as prohibits bills from being read a second and third times on the same day, be suspended with reference to the resolution before the Coun: cil, in order that the same be read the third time now.

The resolution was thereupon read the third time, passed, and title was agreed to.

Bill No. 24, (H. of R.) entitled "a bill prescribing the tenure of office of certain county officers and for other purposes," was read the first and second times.

The Clerk of the House of Representatives was introduced, and the following message was received, viz :

“ Mr. President-I am directed to present the following bills and resolution for your sigoature, to wit: 1. An act to incorporate the village of Racine. An act to authorize Samuel H. Farnsworth to build and

maintain a dam'across the south channel of the Menominee river and for other purposes :

An act relating to the duties of registers of deeds of the coun. ties of Sheboygan and Manitouwoc;

An act to provide for the payment of the expenses of the Le. gislative Assembly and for other purposes; and

Resolution relative to the portheastern boundary of the Terri. tory.

And the following for the concurrence of this House, to wit:

No. 12. Resolution relative to arming the militia of the Ter. ritory.

No. 17. Joint resolution relating to the public printing :

No. 49. A bill to amend an act entitled an act to change the time of holding courts in the second judicial district :

No. 54. A bill to divide the town of Salem and to establish the town of Warwick; and

No. 59. A bill to authorize the county commissioners of the county of Green to procure copies of certain records froin the records of Milwaukee and Iowa counties.”

The Prssident signed the acts and resolution referred to in the preceding message.

The message from the House of Representatives, notifying the Council that all the amendment of Council to bill No. 27, [H. of R.] entitled." a bill to provide for the completion of the Capitol at Madison,", had been non-concurred in, was read; when,

Mr. Upham moved that the Council do insist on their amendments to said bill.

Mr. Collins demanded that the question be taken separately on each of the amendments.

Mr. Rountree moved to postpone indefinitely the motion of Mr. Upham. The motion was disagreed to,

Mr. Martin then moved to recede from the first amendment.
Mr. Arnold moved indefinitely to postpone that motion.
The question to postpone was agreed to.

Mr. Collins then moved to recede from all the amendments to the bill. Mr. Upham moved indefinitely to postpone that motion.

Which was agreed to. The question then recurred on the motion of Mr. Upham to insist on all the amendments to the bill; when

Mr. Collins again demanded that the question be taken sepa. rately on the amendments.

And pending the question on insisting upon the first amend. ment,

Mr. Martin moved to recede from the second amendment. The motion to recede was disagreed tomayes 4, noes 9. And the ayes and noes being called for,

Those who voted in the affirmative, are Messrs. Collins, Mar. tin, Rountree and Vineyard.

Those who voted in the negative, are Messrs. Arnold, Arndt, Brigham, Bullen, Janes, Learned, Sterling, Upham and Maxwell, (President.)

The question then recurred on the motion to insist upon the first amendment to the bill ;

And it was determined in the affirmative-ayes 9, noes 4.
And the ayes and noes being called for,

Those who voted in the affirmative, are Messrs. Arnold, Arndt, Brigham, Bullen, Janes, Learned, Sterling, Upham and Max. well, (President.)

Those who voted in the negative, are Messrs. Collins, Mar. tin, Rountree, and Vineyard.

Mr. Arnold then moved to insist on the second amendment, Which was determined in the affirmative--ayes 10, noes 3, And the ayes and noes being called for,

Those who voted in the affirmative, are Messrs. Arnold, Arndt, Brigham, Bullen, Janes, Learned, Martin, Sterling, Upham and Maxwell, (President.)

Those who voted in the negative, are Messrs. Collins, Rountree, and Vineyard.

So the Council insisted upon their amendments to the bill.

Mr. Vineyard then moved that a committee of conference be appointed in relation to the disagreeing vote on said bill.

Which was determined in the negative-ayes 6, naes 7.
And the ayes and noes being called for,

Those who voted in the affirmative,are Messrs. Brigham, Col. lins, Janes, Martin, Rountree, and Vineyard.

Those who voted in the negative, are Messrs. Arnold, Arndt, Bullen, Learned, Sterling, Upham and Maxwell, (President.)

On motion of Mr. Brigham, The report of the committee on territorial roads on bill No. 34, [H. of R.] entitled “ a bill to lay out and establish certain territorial roads therein named," was taken up;

And the bill, together with the amendments reported by the committee were read the second time; when,

On motion of Mr. Upham, The Council resolved itself into committee of the whole, Mr. Sterling in the chair, for the consideration thereof; and, after some time, the committee rose and reported the bill with amend. ments,

The amendments were severally concurred in.

Mr. Arnold then moved to amend further, by inserting after the words “ Fox river" in the sixth section, the words of Green

Bay.'

The amendment was agreed to, and the bill was then ordered to a third reading.

On motion of Mr. Arnold, [three fourths concurring therein, Ordered, That so much of the 27th rule as prohibits bills

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