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No. 152, S.,
Was referred to committee on Judiciary.
No. 163, S.,
Was referred to committee on Incorporations.
No. 235, S.,
Was referred to General File.
Nos. 55, 170 and 231, S.,
Were referred to committee on State Affairs.

RESOLUTIONS INTRODUCED.

By Mr. Ostrander:
Res. No. 47, A.,

Resolved, that the committee on Claims be allowed the use of this room this P. M. for the purpose of hearing argument.

Which was lost.
By Mr. Horn:
Jt. Res No. 22, A.,

Resolved by the assembly, the senate concurring, That the legislature will adjourn sine die on the 21st inst., and that the different committees are hereby instructed to report on all bills and other matters referred to them on or before the 16th inst. at noon.

Lies over.

On motion of Mr. Maxon,
The assembly resolved itself into a

COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE

On the General File of bills,
Mr. Thorp in the chair.

After some time spent therein the committee rose and through their chairman reported as follows: Mr. SPEAKER:

The committee of the Whole have had under consideration the general file of bills, have gone through with the same, and have instructed me to report the following bills back without amendment:

No. 202, A.,

A bill to amend chapter 66 of the revised statutes, entitied of excise and the sale of intoxicating liquors.

No. 76, A.,

A bill to provide for the exemption of a homestead and for sell. ing off the same.

No. 94, A.,

A bill to amend the 15th article of section 2982 of chapter 130 of the revised statutes of 1878, relating to property exempt from execution.

No. 105, A.,

A bill to provide for the exemption of personal property from execution, attachment and garnishment.

No. 117, A.,
A bill relating to penalties collected from insurance companies.
No. 243, A.,

A bill to authorize the construction of a suitable building for the use of the State Historical Society and the supreme court.

No. 245, A.,

A bill to authorize the city of Ahnapee to build a bridge across the Ahnapee river.

No. 256, A.,
A bill in relation to the entry of judgments in certain cases.
No. 295, A.,

A bill to provide for the election of superintendent of the poor in the county of Iowa.

No. 298, A.,

A bill to ainend chapter 184 of the laws of 1874, entitled an act to revise, consolidate and amend the charter of the city of Milwaukee, approved February 20, 1852, and the several acts amendatory thereof, approved March 10, 1874, and the acts amendatory thereof.

No. 299, A.,

A bill to amend subdivision 14 of section 2982 of the revised statutes, relating to property exempt from execution.

No. 337, A.,

A bill to detach a portion of the county of Lincoln and attach the same to the county of Langlade, also to abolish chapter 7 of the laws of 1881, creating the county of Langlade, and to erect the county of Rheinlander.

No. 318, A.,
A bill to amend section 2625 of revised statutes.
No. 327, A.,

A bill to amend section 388 of the revised statutes, relating to tuition in the University of Wisconsin.

No. 336, A.,

A bill to promote the better administration of justice in certa cases.

No. 393, A.,

A bill to protect and preserve fish in Gumeller's lake and Spring river, Langlade county.

No. 395, A.,

A bill to amend section 1436, chapter 58 of the revised statutes, entitled of medical societies.

No. 410, A.,
A bill to create the office of public examiner.
No. 426, A.,

A bill to amend seution 4451 of chapter 182, revised statutes of 1878, relating to offenses against property.

No. 438, A.,

A bill to provide for acquiring land or an easement therein by rights of eminent domain in certain cases.

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.

No. 478, A.,

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

No. 297, A.,

A bill to amend the charter of the city of Milwaukee, being chapter 184 of the laws of 1874, and the several acts amendatory thereof.

No. 47, S.,

A bill to amend chapter 127 of the laws of 1881, entitled an act to authorize the town of Kewaunee to build and maintain a bridge across the Kewaunee river.

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.

No. 91, S., A bill to amend section 120 of chapter 2, revised statutes of 1878, relating to stereotype plates of the Wisconsin Blue Book.

No. 113, S.,
A bill to provide for the appointment of registers in probate.
No. 116, S.,

A bill to change the time of holding the annual meeting of the members of the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company for the election of trustees and officers.

And
No. 7, S.,

A bill to amend section 1 of chapter 42 of the general laws of 1881, and amendatory of section 1935 of chapter 89 of the revised statutes of 1878, entitled of insurance corporations,

With amendment.

BILLS REPORTED BY A COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE

CONSIDERED.
On motion of Mr. Price,
No. 438, A.,
Was recommitted to committee on Incorporations.
Nos. 410, 336, 327, 299, 117, 105, 94 and 76, A.,
Were severally indefinitely postponed.
Nos. 295 and 426, A.,
Were severally ordered engrossed and read a third time.
On motion of Mr. Keogh,
Nos. 297 and 298, A.,
Were recommitted to the Milwaukee Delegation.
On motion of Mr. Keyes,
No. 243, A.,
Was laid over until to-morrow.
On motion of Mr. Horn,

No. 463, A.,
Was laid over until to-morrow.
The amendments reported by the standing committees to
Nos. 478, 395, 318, 256 and 215, A.,
Were adopted,
And the bills severally ordered engrossed and read a third time.
On motion of Mr. Price,
No. 202, A.,
Was recommitted to committee on Judiciary.
The amendment proposed by the committee to
No. 337, A.,
Was adopted.
Mr. Clarke offered the following amendment:

Strike out the present title, and insert in lieu thereof the following: “ A bill to change the boundaries of towns of Rock Falls and Merrill in Lincoln county, by detaching a portion thereof, and attaching it to the town of Scott, all in Lincoln county."

Which was adopted,

And the bill as amended ordered engrossed and read a third time.

The amendments proposed by the committee to
No. 293, A.,
Were adopted.
Mr. Clarke offered the following amendment:

Strike out the present title and insert in lieu thereof the following: “A bill to organize the town of Blackburn, in Marathon county, and to change the boundaries of other towns in accordance therewith.”

Which was adopted,

And the bill as amended ordered engrossed and read a third time.

Nos. 116, 91, 47 and 7, S.,
Were severally ordered to a third reading.
No. 81, S.,
Was laid aside for the present.
On motion of Mr. Pape,
No. 113, S.,
Was laid aside until next Thursday.
Mr. Harrington moved that the vote by which
No. 299, A.,
Was indefinitely postponed, be reconsidered.
Which motion prevailed on a division ; ayes, 22; noes, 21.

Mr. Harrington then moved that the bill be recommitted to committee on Judiciary.

Which motion prevailed.

Mr. Everts moved that the assembly do now adjourn.
Withdrawn.

On motion of Mr. Price,
The assembly took a recess until 7:30 P. M.

7:30 P. M.

The assembly met.
Mr. Speaker in the chair.

SPECIAL ORDER.

The special order being
No. 4, A.,

A bill to repeal chapter 297, laws of 1881, relating to divorce from the bond of matrimony.

The question being upon ordering the bill engrossed and read a third time.

Mr. Keyes offered the following amendment:

Section 1. Amend by striking out the word “five” where it occurs in the fifth line of said section and inserting the word "eight.” When so amended it shall read as follows:

Section 1. Section 2356 of the revised statutes is hereby amended by adding thereto, at the end thereof, as the same now reads, the following:

8. When the husband or wife shall have been insane for the space of eight years immediately preceding the commencement of the action, and the court shall be satisfied that such insanity is incurable.

Section 2. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication.

Which was lost.
The ayes and noes being demanded, the vote was as follows:

Ayes — Messrs. Bate, Borchardt, Chamberlain, Davis, Derthick, Elver, Gray, Horn, Huchting, Huntly, Keyes, Lane, Lindsay, Meiklejohn, Ostrander, Pape, Pierce, s. w., Price, Stevens, Stone and Mr. Speaker - 21.

Noes — Messrs. Abert, Apple, Babcock, Barber, Bartlett, Beckwith, Bishop, B. P., Bishop, G. W., Bolender, Brownson, Cabanis, Carmichael, Clarke, Conley, DeLano, Eidemiller, Estabrook, Everts, Fingado, Gabriel, Goedjen, Grubb, Haben, Harrington, Hogan, Holehouse, Howell, Jeche, Juve, Keogh, Kidd, Krueger, Langer, Leonardson, Loomis, MacBride, Marshall, Maxon, McConnell, McDill, McDonnell, McDowell, Milliken, Moeller, Moran, O'Neill, Parry, Peterson, Phillips, Pierce, H., Proctor, Rewey, Rogers, Ryan, Saugestad, Schatz, Shepard, Smith, Stanley, Tanner, Tate, Thayer, Thorp, Vosburgh, Warner, Washburn, Williams, Winans and Zabel 69.

Absent or not voting - Messrs. Bowles, Buckstaff, Gillen, Jones, Murray, Pooler, Root, Shear, Stewart and Wakefield - 10.

The bill was then ordered engrossed and read a third time.

Mr. Estabrook moved that all rules interfering with the immediate passage of the bill be suspende d, and the bill put upon its passage at this time,

Wbizh prevailed upon a division: ayes, 58; noes, 18.

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