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Resolution to appoint joint committee on quarantine,

45 to print report of Commissioners of Canal Fund and Auditor,

45 in regard to abduction of Edgar Mortara,

45 for protecting lake harbors, 46, 54, 67, 70, 83, 84 to appoint committee on joint rules,

46, 48, 56 for Comptroller to report on expenditure of certain money,

46 to appoint committee to revise rules of Senate,.

49 relating to Stockbridge Indians,

49 to print report of uperintendent of Banking Department,

50, 52 for Clerk to procure diagrams of Senate Chamber,... 50 to print report of Managers of Western House of Refuge,

36, 52, 99 relative to claims of H. A. Van Wie,

49 to refer Governor's message to committee on finance,. 51 relative to petition of Spencer, Farwell, &c.,

54, 62 present rates of postage,

62, 82 purchase of Cuba,...

65, 164, 220, 243, 262 to print report of Comptroller,

70, 72 for Governor to transmit memorial of Canal Board to Congressmen,

51, 70, 83 for committee to confer with authorities of New Jersey for site for Quarantine,

55 for State Engineer to report on lengthening locks on Erie and other canals,

56 in regard to papers relative to M. Zoph,

64 that thanks of Senate be given to the President pro

tem,
relative to Hoosick Falls, .

68
that Attorney General report relative to abolishing
tolls on railroads,

69, 82 relative to Hon. Alexander S. Diven,

81 to print report of Regents of University,--.. 81, 116, 202 for Clerk to furnish pages with stationery,

81 that Senator from 15th be added to judiciary committee,

81 relative to militia in war of 1812,

81, 241, 327 to Sinking Fund,

89 Clarissa Saddler,

93 to petition to limit tenure of commissions in the militia,

95 to print list of members and officers,

99 that Attorney General report in regard to printing contract,

99 relative to E. L. Yates,

99 N. Van Straphorst and others,

103 Canal Board,

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Resolution relative to constitutionality of term of office of Hon.
S. B. Ruggles,

106 that committee on State prisons be discharged from

consideration of petition of Croton Aqueduct com-
missioners,

111 relative to Metropolitan Police law,

111., 212 pardons granted,

111 Marine Insurance companies,

112 for Clerk to purchase fifth edition of Revised Statutes, 113

119, 120 relative to Postmaster at Stuyvesant Falls,. 114, 303, 309

378 to adjourn,

82, 112, 132, 196, 206 relative to village of Binghamton,

119 to print extra copies of report of Superintendent of Public Instruction,

119, 125, 441, 451 to print extra copies of report of State Engineer and Surveyor,--.

119, 125, 441 relative to officers of State prisons,

120 for Clerk to purchase two copies of Laws of 1846,--- 123

178 to meet on Tuesday and Thursday evenings to consider general orders,

123, 196, 219 that Mr. Paterson be on committee in absence of Mr. Noxon,

123 that Hon. John J. Foote be on committee in absence of W. A. Wheeler,

112 that Mr. Pratt be member of committee on claims,-- 99 that Mr. Diven be one of select committee,

99 for committee to inform Governor of election of President pro tem,

65 that Comptroller report in regard to compensation of Railroad Commissioner,

131 to print report of pardons,

131, 168 to recommit the bill relative to Insurance companies, 132 to print the report of Comptroller relative to Insurance companies,

138, 157 in regard to lands under water,

139 to print report on Health Department,

139, 168 to recommit the bill in regard to escheated lands,---, 144 in regard to memorial in favor of enlarging of Champlain canal,

177 in regard to A. G. Williams and others,

178 for Canal Board to report in regard to building locks on Chemung canal,

178 that Messrs. Schell and Hubbell be added to committee on public buildings,

192 to print memorial of E Chittenden. (See Chittenden.) to refer to committee bill in regard to funding floating debt in Hudson,...

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Resolution in regard to papers of S. P. Cunningham,

196 for report from State Engineer and Surveyor, and

Canal Auditor in regard to cost of Oswego canal,-- 197 that committee of public buildings, in examination of

charges of corruption, allow any party implicated
to appear by counsel, &c.,-.

200
for report of Governor in regard to reports of pardons
and reprieves,

- 206 for investigation of charges made by Senator from the 9th,

206 for a member of select committee to be appointed in place of Mr. Noxon,

212 in regard to closing locks on Sunday,

213, 504 to refer Senate bill No. 120,

125 to refer petition relative to excise law,

215 to print report of Superintendent of the Banking Department, on Savings Bank,

215 to print annual report of the State Medical Society,-to refer the bill relative to Troy and Boston Railroad company,

216 for Inspector at Clinton prison to take testimony relative to claims of J. D. Kingsland,

218 for Auditor of Canal Department to report relative to drafts drawn by Canal Commissioners,

218 that committee on public building be discharged from

further consideration of the bill in relation to Clin-
ton prison,

219 for Clerk to furnish pages with Red Book,

219 to furnish reporters,

219 to print extra copies of annual report of State Treasurer,

219, 247 relative to the bill to repeal laws of 1853,

134 to deny petition of Ebenezer Bowen, Oliver Culver and Hiram Merritt,

- 199 to deny petition of Geo. F. Burns and Peter Havens,- 189 that Clerk procure Red Books for the Senate,

228 for Comptroller to report number of Legislative Manuals paid for by warrants drawn on Treasury,

229 in regard to petition from Trustees of Ovid Academy, 230 in regard to the death of Hon. Horatio J. Stow,- - 238 that the Senate adjourn,

238, 250 to refer bill in regard to the village of Rhinebeck, -- 242 to refer bill to extend time for collectiun of taxes --- 242 to refer petition of Noone & Fitzgerald,.--.

242 to recommit Senate bill No. 124, in regard to public health in the city of New York,

242 to refer bill in regard to bridge across Buffalo creek,. 242 that committee on internal affairs, be discharged from

consideration of petitions in regard to amending the
excise law,

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Resolution to refer the bill in regard to incorporation of Brig

242 for Assembly to transmit to Senate the report of pardons, &c., made by Gov. Seymour in 1854,

250 for mayor and other officers of the city and county of

New York, report in regard to the tax levy,
to print extra copies of testimony in regard to vacancy
in the 11th Senatorial district,...

250, 265 to print extra copies of report in regard to sanitary

condition of the city of New York, - 250, 256, 452, 476 to refer bill in regard to the village of Herkimer, .--. 250 to recommit the bill in regard to rates of wharfage,.. 252 to print extra copies of report of Physician of Marine Hospital,

260, 264 in regard to investigation of charges made by Senator 0. B. Wheeler,

260 to make report in regard to vacancy in 11th district special order,

260 to refer Senate bill No. 84,

261 to transmit papers in regard to removal of the county seat of Allegany county,

261 in regard to electing our Chief Magistrate,

262 that the bills in regard to Metropolitan Police act be made special order,

266 that committee on public buildings are discharged from

consideration of subjects consigned to their investi-
gation,

266 in regard to official conduct of the Sergeant-at-Arms, 274 for Governor to transmit bill in regard to collection of taxes,

274 for committee on public buildings to report result of their labors,

278 to refer bill in regard to Hudson Iron company,----- 278 to refer bill in regard to collection of taxes,

280 to print the bill in regard to enlargement and completion of canals,

280 in regard to Hiram N. Eaton,..

283 in regard to establishment of a sanitary department,- 285 for Legislature to adopt measures to relieve the city of

evils indicated in report of committee on sanitary
affairs,

285 to engross the bill in relation to the New York State Inebriate Asylum,

286 for Senate to meet at 10 o'clock A. M.,..

296, 299 for Assembly bill, in regard to enlargement and com

pletion of canals, be made special order for Tues
day next, -

296 to extra copies of report on the Registry Law, -. 296, 311

329, 364 in regard to affidavit of Hon. E. G. Sutherland, 297, 298 Resolution for Congress to urge the passage of a law in regard to books for copyright,-

298, 328 to refer Senate bill relative to construction of a road from the town of Osceola,

298 to refer to committee on canals the bill in regard to

payment for work on Erie canal enlargement, 298 for committee on the judiciary to prepare a bill to

regulate assessment and collection of taxes, -- 298, 343 to print evidence in regard to relief of J. McIntyre,-- 299 in relation to bill No. 193,-

299 to suspend the 19th joint rule,

302 in relation to the Canandaigua Walton Club,

305 for report from Attorney General in regard to vacancy in the 11th district,

307 in regard to rates of wharfage,

311 to print extra copies of report in regard to rates of wharfage,

311, 319 to print report of Commissioners of Montezuma Salt Springs,

312, 318 for report from Attorney General in regard to pro

ceedings against mayor, aldermen, &c., in the city
of New York,..

314 to recommit bill in regard to incorporation of St. Joseph's Asylum,

327 to refer papers in regard to Nicholas B. and Gertrude

Doe,
to recommit the bill for payment of revenue in Brook-
lyn,

327
to refer bill in regard to Montgomery County Insur-
ance company,--

328 for Canal Commissioners to report expense of raising canal bridges,

328 to print extra copies of Canal Appraisers,- 332, 364 to refer bill No. 141,-.

342 to refer bill No. 128, in regard to extension of Chenango canal,..

342 to appoint a select committee to consider general orders,

342, 404, 473, 474 to refer the bills in regard to claims of militia of 1812, 343 to print extra copies of bills Nos. 208 and 209,

344 to discharge committee from consideration of the bill

in regard to Mamaroneck and New Rochelle Steam
Navigation company,.

346
to print extra copies of report in regard to Washing-
ton Market,

354, 373 for final vote in regard to vacancy in 11th district, 332

340 for Attorney General to report in regard to relief of banks in the city of New York,

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