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Mr. Murray moved that all rules interfering with the immediate consideration of the bill be suspended, which was lost, and the bill was referred to the committee on Judiciary.

On motion of Mr. Stune,
The assembly adjourned.

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1882. Assembly met.

10:00 A. M. Mr. Speaker in the chair. The roll was called, and the following members answered to their

names:

Messrs. Abert, Apple, Babcock, Barber, Bartlett, Bate, Beckwith, Bishop, B. P., Bishop, G. W., Bolender, Borchardt, Bowles, Brownson, Cabanis, Carmichael, Chamberlain, Clarke, Davis, DeLano, Derthick, Eidemiller, Elver, Estabrook, Everts, Fingado, Gabriel,

Goedjen, Grubb, Haben, Harrington, Hogan, Holehouse, Horn, Howell, Huchting, Huntly, Jeche, Juve, Keogh, Keyes, Kidd, Krueger, Lane, Langer, Leonardson, Lindsay, Loomis, MacBride, Marshall, Maxon, McConnell, McDiil, McDonnell, McDowell, Meiklejohn, Milliken, Moeller, Moran, Murray, O'Neill, Ostrander, Pape, Parry, Peterson, Phillips, Pierce, H., Pierce, S. W., Pooler, Price, Proctor, Rewey, Rogers, Root, Ryan, Saugestad, Schatz, Shear, Shepard, Smith, Stanley, Stevens, Stewart, Stone, Tanner, Tate, Thayer, Thorp, Vosburgh, Warner, Washburn, Williams, Winans, Zabel and Mr. Speaker.

Absent with leave — Messrs. Buckstafl, Conley, Gray, Jones and Wakefield.

RESOLUTIONS INTRODUCED.
By Mr. Horn:
Res. No. 9, A.,

Resolved, That the speaker appoint a committee of mem bers, whose duty it shall be to apportion and district anew the members of the senate and assembly, and to report thereou by bill with all convenient speed.

Which lies over. By Mr. Pierce: Res. No. 10, A.,

Resolved, That the speaker be and he is hereby authorized to appoint one messenger in addition to those heretofore authorized to be appoiuted, and the sergeant-at-arms is instructed to place the name of such appointee on his рау

roll. On motion of Mr. Pierce, The rules were suspended and the resolution adopted.

BILLS INTRODUCED.

Read first and second times and referred.
By Mr. Bate:
No. 8, A.,

A bill to amend section 1038 of chapter 48 of the revised statutes of 1878, relating to the assessment of taxes.

To committee on Assessment and Collection of Taxes.

By Mr. H. Pierce:
No. 9, A.,
A bill fixing the term of court in the tenth judicial circuit.
To committee on Judiciary.

By Mr. Rogers:
No. 10, A.,

A bill to conser further jurisdiction upon the county judge of the county of Kewaunee.

To committee on Judiciary.

By Mr. Winans:
No. 11, A.,

A bill to authorize the Merchants' and Mechanics' Savings Bank of Janesville to reduce its capital stock.

To committee on Insurance, Banks and Banking.
By Mr. Bate:
No. 12, A.,

A bill to amend section 1038, chapter 48 of the revised statutes of 1878, relating to the assessment of taxes.

To committee on Assessment and Collection of Taxes.

By Mr. Thorp:
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.

To committee on Incorporations.

By Mr. Borchardt:
No 14, A.,

A bill to amend section 1 of chapter 130, laws of 1881, entitled an act in relation to the House of Correction of Milwaukee county, and amendatory of section 2514 of the revised statutes of 1878.

To Milwaukee Delegation.

By Mr. DeLano:
No. 15, A.,

A bill to consolidate and amend an act entitled an act to incorporate the city of Oconto, and the several acts amendatory thereof.

To committee on Cities.

By Mr. Juve:
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.

To committee on Agriculture.
By Mr. Harrington:
No. 17, A.,

A bill relating to oflenses against chastity, morality and decency, and amendatory of section 4580 of the revised statutes of 1878.

To committee on Judiciary.
By Mr. Langer:
No. 18, A.,

A bill to re-enact chapter 65 of the revised statutes and to repeal chapter 188 of the laws of 1879, relating to vagrants.

To committee on Judiciary.

On motion of Mr. Estabrook,
The assembly adjourned.

names:

THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1882.

10:00 A. M. The assembly met. Mr. Speaker in the chair. Prayer by Rev. C. H. Richards. The roll was called and the following members answered to their

Messrs. Abert, Apple, Babcock, Barber, Bartlett, Bate, Beckwith, Bishop, B. P., Bishop, G. W., Bolender, Borchardt, Bowles, Brownson, Cabanis, Carmichael, Chamberlain, Clarke, Conley, Davis, Delano, Derthick, Eidemiller, Elver, Estabrook, Everts, Fingado, Gabriel, Gillen, Goedjen, Gray, Grubb, Haben, Harrington, Hogan, Holehouse, Horn, Howell, Huchting, Huntly, Jeche, Jones, Juve, Keogh, Keyes, Kidd, Krueger, Lane, Langer, Leonardson, Lindsay, Loomis, MacBride, Marshall. Maxon, McConnell, McDill, McDonnell, McDowell, Meiklejohn, Milliken, Moeller, Moran, Murray, O'Neill, Ostrander, l'ape, Parry, Peterson, Phillips, Pierce, II., Pierce, S. W., Pooler, Price, Proctor, Rewey, Rogers, Root, Ryan, Saugestad, Schatz, Shear, Shepard, Smith, Stanley, Stevens, Stewart, Stone, Tanner, Tute, Thayer, Thorp, Vosburgh, Warner, Washburn, Williams, Winans, Zabel and Mr. Speaker.

Absent without leave Mr. Wakefield. 1sent with leave - Mr. Buckstaff.

LEAVE OF ABSENCE.

To Mr. Beckwith, after the morning session until Monday evening.

A PERSONAL EXPLANATION.

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Mr. Hogan arose and wished to state that in the journal of Wednesday, January 11, 1882, he was recorded as voting for Mr. Opitz for sergeant-at-arms, when in fact he voted for Mr. Welch.

COMMUNICATION.

Mr. McDonnell presented the report of lumber inspector of district No. 9, as follows:

OFFICE OF LUMBER INSPECTOR,

District No. 9, Alma, Wis. To the honorable, the legislature, Madison, Wis.:

GENTLEMEN Herein please find the statement of logs, board measure, scaled under my supervision during the season of 1881, all of which passed through Beef Slough boon: 2,024,409 logs, 408,484,810 feet; the amount of unrafted logs now in boom is estimated at seventy-five (75) millions feet.

Very respectfully yours,

D. J. MCKENZIE,

Lumber Inspector,

District No. 9, Wis. Dated this January 11, 1882.

LETTERS, PETITIONS, ETC.
By Mr. Keyes:
Pet. No. 2, A.,
Communication of Simeon Mills.
To committee on Judiciary.

RESOLUTIONS INTRODUCED.

By Mr. Stanley:
Jr. Res. No. 2, A.,

Resolned by the resembly, the senate concurring, That in compliance with the request of his excellency, the governor, one thousand (1,000) copies of the report of the Industrial School for Girls be printed, said report to be distributed as follows: five hundred (500) copies to the legislature and five hundred (500) to the above named institution.

To committee on Claims.

By Mr. Meiklejohn:
Res. No. 11, A.,

Resolved, that the sergeant-at-arms be and is hereby empowered to appoint one more assistant to attend the committee rooms, and that the pay of said assistant be the same as that of similar employes; pay to commence at the time of the appointment.

Mr. Meiklejohn moved that all rules interfering with the immediate consideration of the resolution be suspended, and the resolution taken up at this time.

Which was lost.
And the resolution lies over.

RESOLUTIONS CONSIDERED.

Res. No. 9, A.,

To appoint a committee to apportion and district anew the mem bers of the senate and assembly,

Coming up for consideration, was
On motion of Mr. Price,
Laid aside for the present.

BILLS INTRODUCED.

Read first and second times, and referred.
By Mr. Price:
No. 19, A.,
A bill to apportion the state into senate and assembly districts.

Mr. Price moved that the bill be referred to a select committee of eleven, to be appointed by the speaker.

Mr. Keyes offered an amendment, making such committee nine.
Which was lost, and the motion of Mr. Price then prevailed.
Ordered not printed.

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By Mr. Bowles:
No. 20, A.,

A bill to provide for the admission and discharge of inmates of the Industrial School for Boys and the Industrial School for Girls, at Milwaukee.

To committee on Charitable and Penal Institutions.

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