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By Mr. Clarke:

Pet. No. 234, A.,

Remonstrance of B. F. Sanford, pastor, S. H. Alban, Charles Winkley and 17 others, members of the Methodist church at Wausau, against the passage of No. 12, A.

To committee on State Affairs.
By Mr. Clarke:
Pet. No. 235, A.,

Remonstrance of Anton Stark and 19 others, citizens of Knowlton, Wisconsin, against the passage of No. 12, A.

To committee on State Affairs.
By Mr. Warner:
Pet. No. 2:36, A.,

Remonstrance of Peter Baets and 103 others against passage of bills 8 and 12, A.

To committee on State Affairs.
By Mr. Everts:
Pet. No. 237, A.,

Remonstrance of Rev. Michael Heiss and 13 others, of Menomonie, against the passage of bills 8 and 12, A.

To committee on State Aflairs.
By Mr. Phillips:
Pet. No. 238, A.,

Remonstrance of Frank Harlfinger and 30 others of Meeme against the passage of bills 8 and 12, A., and all others of same import.

To committee on State Affairs.
By Mr. McDonnell:
Pet. No. 239, A.,

Remonstrance of Nic. Weinandy and 40 others of Buffalo county against the passage of Nos. 8 and 12, A.

To committee on State Affairs.
By Mr. McDonnell:
Pet. No. 240, A.,

Remonstrance of Anton Mann and 40 others of Buffalo county against the passage of Nos. 8 and 12, A.

To committee on State Affairs.
By Mr. Tate:
Pet. No. 241, A.,

Remonstrance of Patrick Redington and 21 others of Ash Ridge, Richland county, against the passage of Nos. 8 and 12, A.

To committee on State Affairs. By Mr. DeLano:

Pet. No. 242, A.,

Remonstrance of Gilbert Morrows and 48 others against bills 8 and 12, A.

To committee on State Affairs.

By Mr. DeLano:
Pet. No. 243, A.,
Remonstrance of M. Sweibach and 38 others against bills 8 and
12, A.

To committee on State Affairs.
By Mr. DeLano:
No. 244, A.,

Remonstrance of C. W. Englehardt and 27 others against passage of bills 8 and 12, A.

To committee on State Affairs.

RESOLUTIONS INTRODUCED.

By Mr. Davis:
No. 39, A.,

WHEREAS, Remonstrances and petitions in relation to taxation of church property are numerous, showing that the people take a lively interest in the matter, therefore

Resolved, That bills No. S and 12, A., be referred to the Judi. ciary committee, and the said committee be instructed to report a substitute, submitting the question of exemption from taxation to a vote of the people at the next general election, for an expression of their wishes in the matter, to the end that the legislature can act understandingly, knowing the wishes of the people.

Lies over.

REPORTS OF COMMITTEES.

The committee on Judiciary, to whom was referred
No. 12, S.,

A bill to authorize the Sisters of Notre Dame to remove the bodies remaining in the old Calvary cemetery in the city of Milwaukee, and for other purposes,

Have had the same under consideration, and have instructed me to report the same back with the recommendation that it be concurred in.

No. 241, A.,

A bill to abolish the civil jurisdiction of the Dodge county court, and to amend sections 2465, 2475 and 2482 of chapter 115, revised statutes 1878, section 1 of chapter 31 of the session laws of 1879, section 1, chapter 219, session laws of 1880, and section 1 of chapter 17 of session laws of 1881,

Have had the same under consideration, and have instructed me to report the same back with the recommendation that it be referred to the Milwaukee, Dodge, Winnebago and Fond du Lao Delegations.

So ordered.

No. 211, A.,

A bill to authorize judges of circuit courts to appoint persons to act as interpreters in said courts.

No. 258, A.,

A bill to amend section 3940 of the revised statutes, relating to the proof of claims against estates of deceased persons.

No. 262, A.,

A bill to amend section 2918, of costs and fees allowed to parties in circuit courts.

No. 271, A.,
A bill to legalize the assignment of tax certificates.
No. 273, A.,

A bill to fix the liability of the Wisconsin Central Railroad Company and to provide for liens of judgment against it, and for the service of process on said company, and relating to change of venue of actions against the same.

No. 277, A.,

A bill to prevent unqualified persons from collecting fees or giving evidence as veterinary surgeons. No. 279, A.,

A bill to amend section 1193, revised statutes of 1878, in relation to the sale and assignment of tax sale certificates owned by counties.

No. 289, A.,
A bill to give a lien for the service of stallions.
No. 295, A.,

A bill to provide for the election of superintendents of the poor in the county of Iowa,

Have had the same under consideration, and have instructed me to report the same back with the recommendation that they be indefinitely postponed.

No. 169, A.,

A bill to authorize the town of Flambeau to issue bonds to pay the judgment against it in favor of McKinley and Evans.

No. 177, A.,
A bill to prohibit the sale or use of toy pistols and other toy fire-

arms.

No. 225, A.,

A bill to legalize the official acts of Henry Nyhus, as justice of the peace.

No. 261, A.,

A bill to authorize the city of Sheboygan to retire fifty bonds issued by said city in aid of the Milwaukee, Manitowoc & Green Bay Railroad Company on the 1st day of March, A. D. 1871, and to issue new bonds in substitution of the same.

No. 320, A.,

A bill relating to sureties in criminal cases, and to amend section 4815 of the revised statutes.

Have had the same under consideration, and have instructed me to report the same back with the recommendation that they do pass.

No. 1, A.,

A bill to repeal section 12, chapter 233, laws of 1881, entitled an act to provide for the humane care of the chronic insane not otherwise provided for,

Have had the same under consideration, and have instructed me to report the same back with amendments, with the recommendation that it do pass when so amended.

No. 266, A.,

A bill to authorize the commissioners of public lands to loan a portion of the trust funds to school district No. 2, city of Appleton,

Have had the same under consideration, and have instructed me to report the same back with the recommendation that the same be referred to the committee on Ways and Means.

S. W. PIERCE,

Chairman. So ordered.

The committee on Education, to whom was referred
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 female academy,

Have had the same under consideration, and have instructed me to report the same back with the recommendation that the same be concurred in.

No. 310, A.,

A bill to authorize the organization and maintenance of evening schools in the common school districts of the state,

Have had the same under consideration, and have instructed me 'to report the same back with the recommendation that the same

do pass.

No. 227, A.,

A bill to amend section 3 of chapter 296 of the laws of 1854, entitled an act to incorporate the Galesville University,

Have had the same under consideration, and have instructed me to report the same back with amendments and to recommend its passage when so amended.

C. E. ESTABROOK,

Chairman.

The committee on Roads and Bridges, to whom was referred
No. 93, A.,
A bill to lay out and establish a state road from the village of
Medford, in the county of Taylor, to Cadott Falls, in the county of
Chippewa,

Have considered the same, and instructed me to report it back with amendment and recommend its passage when so amended.

JOHN CONLEY,

Chairman.

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Report of conference committee on Jt. Res. No. 9, S. To the senate and assembly:

The undersigned, committee of conference on the disagreement of the two houses on Jt. Res. No. 9, S., report that they have had the same

nder consideration, and the committee of each house recommend the adoption of the accompanying resolution as a substitute for Jt. Res. No. 9, S., as amended by the assembly.

JAMES HILL,

E. B. SIMPSON,
Committee of conference on the part of the senate.

CHARLES E. SHEPARD,
WILLIAM S. GRUBB,

W. M. ROOT,
Committee of conference on the part of the assembly.
From this report Senator Hudd dissents.
The report was adopted.

By committee on Conference:
Jt. Res. No. 16, A.,

Resolved by the assembly, the senate concurring, That a joint select committee of eighteen be appointed, seven from the senate and eleven from the assembly, to whom shall be referred all bills and resolutions relative to the re-districting the state into congressional, senate and assembly districts. Said committee is authorized to employ a clerk, and shall have all the powers and authority of a joint standing committee under the rules.

Adopted.

The speaker called Mr. McDill to the chair.

The committee on Incorporations, to whom was referred
No. 38, S.,

A bill authorizing the Ashland Boom and Canal Company to construct and maintain booms in Bad river and the Kakagan, and to acquire certain land of the state of Wisconsin necessary therefor.

No. 52, S.,

A bill to amend chapter 79 of the laws of 1880, entitled an act to create the Kewaunee harbor commission and define its duties,

Have considered the same, and instructed me to report them back and recommend concurrence therein.

W. T. PRICE,

Chairman.

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