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By Mr. Vosburgh:
Pet. No. 204, A.,

Remonstrance by F. H. Elichmann and 113 others, of Kenosha county, against the taxation of church property.

To committee on State Affairs.

By Mr. Davis:
Pet. No. 205, A.,

Remonstrance of Gustav A. Schulz and 42 others, citizens of New London and Muckwa, against taxation of church property.

To committee on State Affairs.

By Mr. Davis:
Pet. No. 206, A.,

Remonstrance of Charles B. Dawks and 32 others, citizens of Caledonia, Waupaca county, against the taxation of church property.

To committee on State Affairs.

By Mr. Pape:
Pet. No. 207, A.,

Remonstrance of J. W. Bodah and 11 others, of Maple Creek, Outagamie county, against the passage of Nos. 8 and 12, A.

To committee on State Affairs.

By Mr. Pape:
Pet. No. 208, A.,

Remonstrance of Ignatz Slipper and 26 others of the village of Hortonville, Outagamie county, against the passage of bills 8 and 12, A., and others of same import.

To committee on State Affairs.

By Mr. Pape:
Pet. No, 209, A.,

Remonstrance of B. Miller, of New London, Outagamie county, and 17 others, against the passage of bills 8 and 12, A., and others of same import.

To committee on State Affairs.
By Mr. Pape:
Pet. No. 210, A.,

Remonstrance of Auditor Morder and 35 others of the town of Dale, Outagamie county, against the passage of bills 8 and 12, A., and others of same import.

To committee on State Affairs.

By Mr. Stevens:
Pet. No. 211, A.,

Remonstrance by J. B. Orllcheed and 24 others of the town of Cassville, against the passage of bills 8 and 12, A., relating to the taxation of church property.

To committee on State Affairs.

By Mr. Fingado:
Pet. No. 212, A.,

Remonstrance of J. R. Miller and 150 others of the town of Wauwatoso, against the passage of bills 8 and 12, A.

To committee on State Affairs.
By Mr. Stevens:
Pet. No. 213, A.,

Remonstrance of Hermann Esser and 36 others against the passage of bills 8 and12, A., relating to the taxation of church property.

To committee on State Affairs.
By Mr. Beckwith:
Pet. No. 214, A.,

Remonstrance of John Fitzgerald and 95 others against the passage of bill No. 72, A., or any bill changing the present test of petroleum oils for illuminating purposes.

To committee on State Affairs.
By Mr. G. W. Bishop:
Pet. No. 215, A.,

Remonstrance of Patrick Cook and 49 others of Juneau county against the passage of 8 and 12, A.

To committee on State Affairs.
By Mr. Beckwith:
Pet. No. 216, A.,

Remonstrance of Frank Elliot and 30 others against the passage of bill 72, A , or any bill changing the present test of petroleum oils for illuminating purposes.

To committee on State Affairs.
By Mr. Bartlett:
Pet. No. 217, A.,

Remonstrance of L. Bussleman and 250 others of Chippewa county against taxing church property.

To committee on State Affairs.
By Mr. Clarke:
Pet. No. 21%, A.,

Remonstrance of F. Herchenback and 87 others of Marathon county against the passage of Nos. 8 and 12, A.

To committee on State Affairs.
By Mr. Fingado:
Pet. No. 219, A.,

A memorial from the Milwaukee Turner Association, “ Forward," consisting of 200 members in favor of uniform taxation.

To committee on State. Affairs.
By Mr. Estabrook:
No. 220, A.,

Remonstrance of H.J. Mullholland, Jr., and 125 others, residents of the city of Manitowoc, against the passage of bills 8 and 12, A.

To committee on State Affairs.

Mr. Estabrook moved that the vote by which
No 218, A.,

Was ordered engrossed and read a third time, be recoosidered, and the further consideration of the bill be postponed till next Tuesday morning.

Which prevailed.

RESOLUTIONS CONSIDERED.

No. 38, A.,
Relating to amendments to the criminal code,

Was, on motion of Mr. McDill, referred to the committee on Judiciary.

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES.

The select committee of one, to whom was referred
No. 312, A.,

A bill to amend chapter 159 of the laws of 1878, entitled an act to revise the charter of the city of Chippewa Falls,

Have had the same under consideration, and have instructed me to report the same back without amendments, and recommend that said bill be re-referred to the committee on Cities.

W. B. BARTLETT,

Select Committee.

MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE.

By Cuas. E. Bross, chief clerk thereof. Mr. SPEAKER:

I am directed to inform you that the senate has passed, and asks the concurrence of the assembly in,

No. 8, S.,

A bill to appropriate the sums of money therein named to the charitable, reformatory and penal institutions of the state.

No. 15, S.,

A bill to amend an act entitled an act to establish and maintain a public library in the city of Milwaukee, approved February 7, 1878.

No. 23, S.,

A bill to authorize the common council of the city of Watertown to levy a special tax for the purpose of building iron bridges.

No. 51, S.,
A bill to provide for the appointment of register of probate.
No. 75, S.,

A bill to extend the time within which certain free bigb schools shall be entitled to the state aid now provided by law.

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No. 77, S., A bill to appropriate a sum of money therein named to Henry Sherry.

No. 81, S.,

A bill to amend chapter 97 of the private and local laws of 1868, entitled an act to incorporate the Saint Clara feme.e academy.

No. 83, S.,
A bili providing for stationery and postage stamps to messengers.

BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS FROM THE SENATE ON

THEIR FIRST AND SECOND READING.
No. 15, S.,
Was referred to Milwaukee Delegation.
Nos. 83, 77 and 8, S.,
Were referred to General File.
Nos. 81 and 75, S.,
Were referred to committee on Education.
No. 51, S.,
Was referred to committee on Judiciary.
No. 23, S.,
Was referred to committee on Roads and Bridges.

SENATE BILLS ON THEIR THIRD READING.

No. 84, S.,

A bill relating to the state board of supervision, and amendatory of chapter 298, laws of 1881, entitled an act relating to the charitable, reformatory and penal institutions of Wisconsin, and to provide for the more efficient supervision and management thereof, and to repeal certain provisions of law relating thereto,

Was read a third time and concurred in.

COMMUNICATIONS.

The speaker laid before the assembly the following communication:

STATE OF WISCONSIN,

Treasurer's Office,

Madison, February 14, 1882. Hon. F. L. Gilson, speaker of the assembly:

In response to resolution No. 36, A.: "Resolved, That the state treasurer be and is hereby requested to furnish this house on or before the opening of the session of Tuesday morning next, & statement showing the amount of money in the treasury belonging

was

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to what is known as the St. Croix railroad trespass fund; that is to say, the amount of money derived on account of trespass upon the lands included in the contemplated grant in senaté bill No. 31, now remaining in the treasury; I have the honor to report that the records of this office furnish no evidence from which it can be ascertained from what particular lands the money collected I have, however,

sought information from report made by Hon. J. B. Cassoday, now supreme judge, while acting as master in chancery in 1879, and having the subject under consideration, and the reports of timber agents, and find that the amount in the trespass fund collected from these lands, not in conHict with lands claimed to have been earned by other companies by the construction of road, does not exceed twenty-four thousand dollars. The moneys collected from lands in conflict and which are claimed to be owned by other railroad companies amount to nine thousand six hundred and twenty dollars and nine cents ($9,620.09).

Respectfully,
E. C. McFETRIDGE,

State Treasurer.

Mr. Horn moved that all rules interfering with the consideration of

No. 172, A.,

A bill to authorize Charles H. Moss, his associates and assigns, to erect and maintain a dam and boom and otherwise improve the Black river, in Taylor county, Wisconsin,

By the assembly be suspended.
Which motion prevailed.
The amendments proposed by the committee were adopted,
And the bill ordered engrossed and read a third time.

On motion of Mr. Winans,
The assembly took a recess until 11 A. M.

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