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By Mr. Loomis:
No. 456. A.,

A bill io define what shall constitute possession of land in certain cases.

To committee of one, Mr Loomis. Ordered not printed.
By Mr. MoDonnald:
No. 457, A.,

A bill to amend section 1 of chapter 63 of the laws of 1879, en. titled of property exempt from execution.

To committee on Agriculture.
By Mr. McDonnell:
No. 458, A.,

A bill to provide for an institution for the chronic insane, and appropriating one thousand dollars therefor.

To committee on Claims.
By Mr. Ostrander:
No. 459, A.,

A bill to provide for submitting the question of amending the the constitution, so as to provide for biennial general sessions.

To committee of one, Mr. S. W. Pierce. Ordered not printed. By Mr. Ostrander: No. 460, A.,

A bill to authorize the Wolf River Manufacturing Company to maintain a dam across the Little Wolf river, in Waupaca county, Wisconsin.

To committee on State Affairs.
By Mr. Babcock:
No. 461, A.,

A bill to provide for establishing the lawful height of water in any pond or other body of water above a dam.

To committee on Judiciary.
By Mr. Bartlett:
No. 462, A.,

A bill to lay out and establish a state road from Phillips, in Price county, to Hayward, in Ashland county.

To committee of one, Mr. Bartlett. Ordered not printed. By Mr. Shepard:

No. 463, A.,

A bill to extend limited jurisdiction in civil actions and proceedings, and jurisdiction of certain criminal actions in particular instances to the county court in and for Waukesha county.

To committee on Judiciary.
By Mr. Grubb:
No. 464, A.,

A bill to authorize the city of Baraboo to construct a sidewalk from the city of Baraboo to Baraboo cemetery.

To committee of one, Mr. Grubb. Ordered not printed.

By Mr. Haben:
No. 465, A.,
A bill to change the term of court in Winnebago county.

To committee of one, Mr. Haben. Ordered not printed.
By Mr. Stone:
No. 466, A.,

A bill to amend an act entitled an act to consolidate and amend an act to incorporate the city of Watertown and the several acts amendatory thereof, approved March 28, 1865.

To committee of one, Mr. Stone. Ordered not printed.
By Mr. Stanley:
No. 467, A.,

A bill to amend section 1, chapter 266 of the laws of 1880, as amended by chapter 202 of the laws of 1881, relating to the procedure for committing persons to insane asylums.

To committee of one, Mr. Stanley. Ordered not printed.
By Mr. DeLano:
No. 468, A.,

A bill to amend subdivision 11, section 669 of revised statutes, entitled of county government.

To committee of one, Mr, Delano. Ordered not printed.
By Mr. G. W. Bishop:
No. 469, A.,

A bill to repeal chapter 232 of the general laws of 1881, entitled an act to amend section 796 of chapter 38 of revised statutes of 1878.

To committee of one, Mr. G. W. Bishop. Ordered not printed. By Mr. Keyes:

No. 470, A.,

A bill to authorize the city of Madison to lower the waters of Third lake.

To committee of one, Mr. Keyes. Ordered not printed.
By Mr. Keyes:
No. 471, A,
A bill to amend the charter of the city of Madison.

To committee of one, Mr. Keyes. Ordered not printed.
By Mr. Keyes:
No. 472, A.,
A bill in relation to railroads.

To committee of one, Mr. Keyes. Ordered not printed.
By Mr. Shepard:
No. 473, A.,

A bill to suppress the circulation and vending of obscene literature and articles of indecent and immoral use, and to use and confiscate property used or designed to be used in the manufacture of such articles.

To committee on Judiciary.

By Mr. Shepard:

No. 474, A.,

A bill to regulate the level of Lake Winnebago and the adjacent watercourses, and to prevent the unlawful and destructive accumulation of water therein.

To committee of one, Mr. Shepard. Ordered not printed.
By Mr. Shepard:
No. 475, A.,

A bill to repeal all laws granting corporate powers and privileges for the construction of a certain dam known as the Menasha dam, situated in the north channel of the Lower Fox river, near the outlet of Lake Winnebago.

To committee of one, Mr. Shepard. Ordered not printed.
By Mr. Shepard:
No. 476, A.,

A bill to amend sections 725, 2432 and sundry other sections of the revised statutes, relating to practice and procedure, and to repeal sections 2534, 4111 and 4112 of the revised statutes.

To committee of one, Mr. Shepard. Ordered not printed.
By Mr. Ostrander:
No. 477, A.,
A bill to prevent the introduction of dead-head bills.

To committee of one, Mr. Ostrander. Ordered not printed.
By Mr. Chamberlain:
No. 478, A,

A bill to appropriate to the State Agricultural Society a sum of money therein named.

To committee on

Mr. Stone moved that when the assembly adjourn it be until Monday evening next at 8 o'clock.

Mr. Price moved an amendment by inserting Saturday morning of this week at 10 o'clock,

And called for the ayes and noes.
Wbich being seconded,
The amendment was lost,
The vote being as follows:

Ayes — Messrs. Bartlett, Bate, Bolender, Bowles, Buckstaff, DeLano, Gabriel, Grubb, Keyes, Kidd, Lane, Lindsay, MacBride, McDonnell, O'Neill, Phillips, Pooler, Price, Proctor, Rogers, Root, Shepard, Stevens and Mr. Speaker — 24.

Noes — Messrs. Babcock, Bishop, B. P., Brownson, Carmichael, Conley, Derthick, Elver, Fingado, Gillen, Goedjen, Haben, Harrington, Howell, Huchting, Jeche, Keogh, Leonardson, Marshall, McDill, McDowell, Moeller, Ostrander, Peterson, Saugestad, Stanley, Stewart, Stone, Tate, Thorp, Warner, Williams and Zabel -32.

Absent or not voting Messrs. Abert, Apple, Barber, Beckwith, Bishop, G. W., Borchardt, Cabanis, Chamberlain, Clarke, Davis, Eidemiller, Estabrook, Everts, Gray, Hogan, Holehouse, Horn, Huntly, Jones, Juve, Krueger, Langer, Loomis, Maxon, Mc Connell, Meiklejohn, Milliken, Moran, Murray, Pape, Par Pierce, II., Pierce, S. W., Rewey, Ryan, Schatz, Shear, Smith, Tanner, Thayer, Vosburgh, Wakefield, Washburn and Winans — 44.

Mr. Stone's motion then prevailed.

LEAVE OF ABSENCE

Was granted to Mr. Shepard till Tuesday morning.

COMMITTEE OF CONFERENCE.

The speaker announced the second commitee of conference on
Jt. Res. No. 9, S.,
Messrs. Shepard, Grubb and Root.

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES.

The committee on Agriculture, to whom was referred

That part of the governor's message relating to amber cane, ag. riculture, etc.,

Have had the same under consideration, and have instructed me to report the following or enclosed bill.

A. 0. CHAMBERLAIN,

Chairman.

The committee on Roads and Bridges, to whom was referred
No. 233, A,

A bill providing for the assessment of the extra compensation of overseers of highways upon their respective road districts,

Have considered the same, and instructed me to report it back and recommend its indefinite postponement.

No. 248, A.,

A bili authorizing the Sheboygan and Calumet Plank Road Company to abandon a part of the road of said

company, Have considered the same, and instructed me to report it back and recommend its passage.

JOHN CONLEY,

Chairman.

The committee on Bills on their Third Reading, to whom was referred

No. 11, A.,

A bill to authorize the Merchants' and Mechanics' Savings Bank of the city of Janesville, Rock county, state of Wisconsin, to reduce its capital stock from one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) to fifty thousand dollars ($50,000).

No. 13, A.,

A bill to authorize Chauncy R. Thayer, his heirs or assigns, to build and maintain a pier in the waters of Green Bay.

No. 16, A.,

A bill to repeal chapter 162 of the laws of 1880, entitled an act authorizing and allowing horses, mules, cattle and sheep to run at large upon uninclosed lands in the county of Vernon.

No. 24, A.,

A bill to provide for the numbering of houses, stores and other buildings in villages.

No. 45, A.,

A bill to repeal chapter 204 of the laws of 1881, relating to the sale of intoxicating drinks.

No. 48, A.,

A bill to amend section 1, chapter 121, general laws of 1881, entitled an act to amend chapter 76 of the revised statutes, relating to weights and measures.

No. 80, A.,

A bill for the protection of life and property while crossing Sturgeon Bay, in Door county, Wisconsin.

No. 84, A.,

A bill to grant the land necessary to increase the depot accommodations of the Northern Hospital for the Insane.

No. 88, A.,

A bill to amend the title of section 1 of chapter 434 of the private and local laws of Wisconsin for the year 1871, entitled an act to incorporate the Scandinavian Brother Association.

No. 98, A.,

A bill to authorize the county board of Columbia county to appropriate aid to rebuild bridges washed away by the overflow of the Wisconsin river.

No. 2, S.,

A bill to amend an act entitled an act to amend an act to incorporate the Lawrence Institute of Wisconsin.

No. 3, S.,

A bill to amend section 1392 of the revised statutes, as amended by chapter 138 of the laws of 1880, in relation to the partition of line fences,

Having had the same under consideration, have directed me to report the same back without correction.

No. 74, A.,

A bill to authorize S. A. Sherman to maintain a dam across the Big Plover river in Portage county.

17 - A. J.

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