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To change the name of Newberryport to St. Joseph's city,
For alteration of road from Pontiac to Adrian

94
For extension of time for building locks-in mill dams,

94 Relative to location of University lands,

95 In behalf of J. F. Smith,

95 Of S. Wells that his Bookstore might be orempted from taxation,

97 For charter to construct rail road from Port Lawrence to Kalamazoo, 97 For road from Bloomfield to Lapeer county,

101 OfS. S. and J. S. Parker to convey lands,

102 For division of town of Bloomfield,

102 For the organization of Ottawa,

103 Lor an alteration of road from Port Lawrence to Chicago road,

103 For an increase of pay for publishing laws,

103, 110 Of Hillsdale for Territorial road,

107 From Ann Arbor for an alteration of Territorial road,

107 From Jackson for Territorial road,

107 From inhabitants of Newtown,

114 Of E. Smith and son, to sell lands,

115 Of J. Gilbert for Territorial road,

115 For the organization of town of Lenawe,

117 For the organization of town of Ray,

118 From Ypsilanti for extension of Territorial road,

118 REMONSTRÁNCES.

Against division of Territory as proposed by memorial,
Against division of town in Oakland county,
Of citizens of Monroe against division of town,

32
Of citizens of town 3, south of range 6 east,

32
From town of Panama,
From town of Plymouth,

33
From town of Ypsilanti,

33 Against division of Saline,

39 Against laying out Plymouth and Ypsilanti road,

41 Against removal of county seat of St. Joseph,

41 Against division of Grass Lake,

47, 56 Against the removal of county seat of Lenawe county,

53 Against division of Huron,

53
Against division of Dexter,

58
Against division of Washienaw county,
Against declaring Dewagiac Creek a highway,

65
Against division of Ray,

86 REPORTS.

Of committee appointed to wait on the Executive,
Of committee appointed at the last session to revise laws, 15, 17, 18, 49,

55, 25, 32, 64
Report referred,

15 Of committee on unfinished business,

16, 25, 32, 40 Of committee on incorporations,

18, 28, 34, 50, 58 Of the committee on the Judiciary on the subject of printing laws, 18 Of J. W. Hunter on expenditures on Saginaw road,

19 Of committee on the subject of extending the session to 90 days,

19 Of committee on the subject of building court house at Detroit,

21 Of committee on the judiciary system,

22, 23, 28, 29 Of committee on printing,

25, 26, 130 Of Auditor on Silsbee and Smith's claims,

26 Of committee on internal improvements,

31, 32, 55, 64, 78, 80, 85 Of Judiciary committee,

32, 33, 35, 36, 47, 50, 51, 55, 56, 62, 64 Of committee on enrolment,

34, 47, 49, 50, 53, 54, 66 Of committee on Territorial Affairs,

37, 40, 62, 68, 80, 116 Of committee on condensed laws,

38 Of select committee concerning condensed laws,

42 Of select committee on court of Probate,

59, 60, 61, 62 Of Auditor,

69, 86, 101 Of Treasurer,

71
Of committee on militia,

89
Of committee on claims,
Of Quartermaster General,

121

58, 63

114, 128

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Of Librarian,

125
Bank of Michigan,

129
Farmers and Mechanic's Bank of Michigan,

131
RESOLUTIONS.

That a committee be appointed to wait on the Executive,
That standing committees be appointed,
Relative to stationary,
Relative to demands against the Council, which have accrued since
its last session,

11,4
That the message of the Executive be printed in French and English,
That two members be added to the Judiciary committee,

8
Relative to the committee on revision of laws,

8
Relative to commiitee on incorporations,

8,11
Relative to committee on agriculture,
That members of the Council be furnished wiih copies of preceding

day's journal,
Relative to Secretary's report upon the subject of State Government,

9
Constituting committee on schools and un militia,
Referring parts of Governor's message to appropriate committees,
Relative to county courts,
Relative to news papers for members,
That Clergymen be invited to attend,

9
That the Council be furnished with the acts and journals of the last session, 10
Relative to paying postage on laws,
Relative to È. D. Ellis' petition,

10
That Quartermaster General report condition of arms,

11
Relative to distribution of laws,

12
That the memorial concerning State Government be transmitted to
President of Senate,

14
That a protest should be at the same time transmitted,

14
Relative to the expediency of extending Ud session of 5ıh Council,
Relative to rescinding rules,

14, 17
Relative to ihird reading of bills,

14, 17
That a committee of unfinished business of last session be appointed, 15
That 33d rule be amended,

16
Relative to printing standing rules, lists of committees &c.

17
That judiciary cnmmittee report bills without special instructiəns, 17
Authorising sergeant at arms 10 employ a person to be employed in
Governor's room, 10 be paid out of contingent fund,

17
That printing committee employ a person to superintend the printing
of the laws,

17
Relative to Congress building Court house at Detroit,

18
Relative to the expediency of punishing stubborn servants,

18
Relative to the expediency of framing the portrait of Gov. Cass,

18
Constituting a committee to bring in a list of United States and Territo-
rial laws, to be published with condensed laws,

19, 27
Relative to laws condensed,

19
Requesting the Gov. to transmit memorial for the extension of the
session to the President of the Senate, &c.

21 -
Requesting the Gov. to transmit memorial for court house at Detroit, 22
Amending 14th standing rule,
Assigning messenger to Governor,

24
Directing map of the U. S. and of Michigan to be purchased for Govern-

24
Relative to Wisconsin Territory,

24, 32
Relative to military road from Detroit to Ypsilanti,
Relative to paying Michigan militia,
Relative to support of criminals in Wayne county jail,

25
Authorising grand and petit jurors to be paid,

26
Relating to publishing notices west of Lake Michigan,

26
Relative to improving road from Bay Settlement,

27
Relating to committee on Enrolment,

27
Relative to surplus monies in Territorial Treasury,
Relative to bail,

28
Restricting jurisdiction of justices,

30
Relative to expenses of Council,

30

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25, 27

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Directing committee of unfinished business to report certain bills, 30
Relative to post road from Detroit to St. Joseph river,

30
Instructing committee of unfinished business to report,

33
Relative to improvement of roads,

33
Instructing judiciary committtee relative to debtors,

36
Relative to name of Calhoun county,

42
Relative to military road froni Detroit,

42
Regulating the adjournment of Council,

42
Relative to printing,

45
Regulating amendments,

45
Relative to adjournment of Council,

48, 52, 53
Regulating printing of titles of bills,

49
Referring Governor's message relative to selling liquors to Indians, 49
Repealing acts establishing seats of justice, &c.

49
Relatiye to reservoir,

54
Relative to assessment of taxes ir Chippewa county,

54
Relative to road from Monroe to rapids of Grand River,

54
Relative to road from Detroit to Monroe,
Relative to amendment of bill concerning justices, &c.

55
Relative to interest on Bank loans,

56
Relative to taxing Bank stock,

56
Recommitting St. Joseph Bank bill,

62
Instructing Secretary of Territory to furnish copies of act organi-
zing Royal Oak and Novi, to printer &c.

63
Relative to Banks redeeming bills, &c,

63
Relative to militia,

64
Referring report on militia,

65
To procure frame to Gov. Cass's portrait,

66
Relative to printing bills,
Appropriating 1200 dollars to printing laws,

66
Relative to Printer's contract,

98
Relative to paying commissioners who located county seat of Cass
and St. Joseph counties,

68
Accepting report of Auditor and Treasurer,

68
Relative to minutes of Territorial road from Saline to Notlawa,

75
Relative to county seats,

79
Relative to printing laws,

79
Increasing Judiciary committee,

84
That there be an assistant enrolling clerk employed,

85, 99
Relative to election districts,

86
Relative to Stud horses,

90
Directing laws to be published in newspapers, *

91
Relative to printing blank accounts,
Relative to undivided lands of A. B. Hinckley at Newberry port,

95
Relative to militia bill,

97,99
Relative to road from Saline to Nottawa,

98
Relative to census,

98
Relative to memorializing Congress concerning bridges on road from
Detroit to Monroe,

100
Adding five members to Judiciary committee,

100
That competent reporter be employed for remainder of session, 100, 105,

107, 115
** Discontinuing printing daily journal,

102, 103
Relative to extending time for laying out Territorial roads,

103
Relative to adjournment,

104
Relative to organization of town from Ray,

106
Relative to reporter,

107
Relative to election districts,

107, 114
Relative to hours of meeting,

109, 110
Refusing to receive reports of committee, or original bills,

110, 114
Regulating calls of ayes and nays,

114
Relative to referring petitions,

114, 118
Relative to Library,

118
Authorising Governor to locate University lands,

119, 122,

124
Directing Farmers and Mechanic's Bank, to make a report,

126
Relative to Savings Bank,

128

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Relative to Index to Journal,

128 Directing laws to be furnished to printer,

128 Relative to the Governor's appointing judges,

130 Relative to disposition of property of the council after session,

134 Relative to books of library,

134 Relative to doing executive business with open ors,

137 Relative to printing laws,

138 Ordering commander-in-chief to make forms, &c.

138 RULES OF TRANSACTING BUSINESS. Same as last session,

8, 14, 25, 26 Rule 33, amended,

16 Rule 14, amended,

24 Rule 16, amended,

26 Rule 17, amended,

26 Rule 19, annulled and a new one substituted,

26 Rule 26, amended,

26 STATE GOVERNMENT.

Report of Secretary relative to,
Governor's message concerning it, referred,
Report of Committee to which the subject was referred, 11, 12, 13, 14
Protest against report of committee,

14, 15 TREASURER, Report of,

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