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MESSAGE FROM THE SENATE.
By Chas. E. Bross, chief clerk thereof. Mr. SPEAKER:
I am directed to inform you that the senate refuses to concur in the assembly amendment to
No. 6, S.,
A bill relating to the Catholic Knights of America, and amendatory of section 1 of chapter 204 of the laws of 1879, as a nended by chapter 246 of the laws of 1881. And adheres to its amendments in No. 186, A., A bill to revise, consolidate and amend the charter of the city of
, Neenah, approved March 13, 1873, and the several acts amendatory thereof.
Has amended, and concurred in as amended,
SENATE MESSAGE CONSIDERED.
The assembly refused to recede from the amendments to
Mr. Krueger moved that a committee of conference be appointed on
No. 186, A.,
And the speaker appointed as such committee, on part of the assembly, Messrs. Shepard, Keyes and Keogh.
The senato amendments to
BILLS AND RESOLUTIONS FROM THE SENATE ON THEIR
FIRST AND SECOND READING.
No. 63, S.,
Mr. Horn moved that the bills on the calendar not yet considered in committee of the Whole be considered by the assembly at this time.
Which motion prevailed.
Were adopted, and the bills severally ordered engrossed and read a third time.
No. 476, A.,
Amend section 9 of the printed bill by inserting between the words“ mail” and “to” in line two, the following words: “ at least
" wenty days before the day for such hearing." Adopted, And the bill ordered engrossed and read a third time. No. 450, A.,
Was, on motion of Mr. S. W. Pierce, recommitted to oommittee on Judiciary.
On motion of Mr. MoDill,
FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1882
10:00 A. M.
Mr. Thorp moved that the clerk be instructed to call the roll at each morning session until the close of the session.
LEAVE OF ABSENCE. Was granted
To the committee on Fox river overflow whenever necessary for the discharge of their duties.
To Messrs. Abert, Chamberlain, Winans, Horn and Eidemiller until Monday evening.
To Messrs. Stanley and Milliken until Tuesday morning.
The question was then taken upon Mr. Thorp's motion,
ayes and noes being demanded, the vote was as follows: Ayes — Messrs. Apple, Babcock, Barber, Bartlett, Bate, Beckwith, Bishop, G. W., Bolender, Borchardt, Cabanis, Carmichael, Clarke, Conley, Davis, DeLano, Elver, Estabrook, Everts, Fingado, Gillen, Goedjen, Grubb, Haben, Harrington, Hogan, Holehouse, Howell, Huchting, Huntly, Jeche, Juve, Keyes, Kidd, Krueger, Lane, Langer, Lindsay, MacBride, Maxon, McConnell, McDill, McDowell, Milliken, Moeller, Murray, O'Neill, Ostrander, Parry, Phillips, Pierce, H., Pierce, S. W., Pooler, Price, Proctor, Shear, Shepard, Smith, Stone, Tanner, Tate, Thayer, Thorp, Vosburgh, Warner, Washburn, Winans, Zabel and Mr. Speaker - 68.
Noes Messrs. Brownson, Keogh, Leonardson, Loomis, McDonnell, Meiklejohn, Ryan and Williams - 8.
Absent or not voting — Messrs. Abert, Bishop, B. P., Bowles, Buckstaff, Chamberlain, Derthick, Eidemiller, Gabriel, Gray, Horn, Jones, Marshall, Moran, Pape, Peterson, Rewey, Rogers, Root, Saugestad, Schatz, Stanley, Stevens, Stewart and Wakefield - 24.
The clerk then called the roll. The following members answered to their names: Messrs. Apple, Babcock, Barber, Bartlett, Bate, Beckwith, Bishop, B. P., Bishop, G. W. Bolender, Borchardt, Bowles, Brownson, Cabanis, Carmichael, Clarke, Conley, Davis, DeLano, Elver, Estabrook, Everts, Fingado, Gillen, Goedjen, Grubb, Haben, Harrington, Hogan, Holehouse, Howell, Huchting, Huntly, Jeche, Juve, Keogh, Keyes, Kidd, Krueger, Lane, Langer, Leonardson, Lindsay, Loomis, MacBride, Maxon, McConnell, McDill, McDonnell, McDowell, Meiklejohn, Milliken, Moeller, Murray, O'Neill, Ostrander, Parry, Phillips, Pierce, H., Pierce, S. W., Pooler, Price, Proctor, Rewey, Root, Ryan, Saugestad, Shear, Shepard, Smith, Stevens, Stone, Tanner, Tate, Thayer, Thorp, Vosburgh, Wakefield, Warner, Washburn, Williams, Winans, Zabel and Mr. Speaker.
Absent with leave - Messrs. Abert, Buckstaft, Chamberlain, Eidemiller, Horn, Jones, Pape, Peterson and Stanley.
Absent without leave -- Messrs. Derthick, Gabriel, Gray, Marshall, Moran, Rogers, Schatz and Stewart.
Mr. Maxon asked for leave of absence after the morning session until Monday evening.
Mr. Price objecting,
LETTERS, PETITIONS, ETC.
By Mr. DeLano:
By Mr. Borchardt:
Resolved, that the assembly do now adjourn out of respect to the memory of St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland, until 7:50 P. M., and that the sergeant-at-arms be required to furnish green badges for the members, said badges to be worn by the members during this day, and the sum of ten dollars is hereby appropriated out of any money in the pocket of the sergeant-at-arms to pay for said badges.
Mr. Borchardt moved that the rules be suspended and the resolution adopted at this time.
Which was lost.
Mr. Pierce moved that the vote by which
Mr. Clarke moved that the resolution be amended by striking out the words “ Tuesday morning” and inserting in lieu thereof
, the words " Wednesday morning."
The speaker called Mr. Keyes to the chair.
Jt. Res. No. 27, A.,
WHEREAS, The mere place of the commission of a crime ought not to determine the character of the penalty to be inflicted for such commission; and
Whereas, Had the assassination of our late lamented president, James A. Garfield, been committed in this city of Madison or elsewhere within the state of Wisconsin, the highest penalty that could have been inflicted upon his cowardly and infamous assassin, would have been only imprisonment for life; therefore
Resolved, That as a majority of this assembly, as shown by the vote on No. 48, S., on the evening of the 15th inst., are opposed to the infliction of the penalty of death for the crime of murder under any circumstances whatever, that the president of the United States be and he is hereby requested to commute the sentence of Charles J. Guiteau, the infamous assassin of the president, to imprisonment for life.
Resolved, That this resolution should receive the consistent vote of the 49 members who voted against the bill No. 48, S.
Mr. Kidd inoved that the amendment lie on the table.