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PETITIONS.—of sundry persons relative to parties re-

covering in a suit

84

of sundry inhabitants of White Pigeon,
relative to an academy

of B. Woodworth

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of Eliza A. Defoe, for a divorce

of Peter Van Every

135

for attaching part of Cass county to St.
Josephs

135

of A. E. Godfroy to sell certain lands,
140.

and claims of J. W. Day

148

from the inhabitants of the county of
158
Chippewa
from the Presbyterian Church at Macki-

nac

158

PROTEST of the the minority of the Legislative Council
against granting bills of divorce, 85, 91,
103, 104, 105.

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97

of sundry inhabitants of Detroit rela-
tive to the Corporation of Detroit
of sundry inhabitants of Wayne county,
relative to a road from Detroit to Mt.
Clemens

100

102

two of the inhabitants of Dexter
from the inhabitants of Plymouth Ypsi-
lanti and Panama
103

of Ann Huley, praying a divorce 116
of Almaso Houston, praying a divorce,
121, 129.

for the organization of the county of
Berrien
125

of certain citizens for authority to the
city of Detroit to appoint constables, 125
from sundry inhabitants of Hamtramck,
128.

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of Rachel Ward and Julia Am Beebe,
for divorce

128

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REMONSTRANCE of the citizens of Detroit against
uniting the officers of City Register
and Register of Probate

48
of the citizens of Ypsilanti and Panama
against legalising the proceedings of
53
a certain meeting

REMONSTRANCE from certain inhabitants of Lenawe,

53

against erecting a Jail
from certain inhabitants of township
20 south of range 5 east
from certain inhabitants of White
Pigeon against a division of the town,

55

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from certain citizens of Detroit, rela-
tive to the election of city constables,

158.

REPORTS.-Of committee appointed to wait on the Gov-

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ernor

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of Commissioners for the county of Jackson to

Govern Cape

21

of committee to whom was referred the bill to
adjourn Wayne County Court
35

of committee on the subject of amending the
laws concerning Territorial Taxes

39

of committee on the petition of Asahel Buck, 40
of committee on the subject of the memorial to
Congress

42

of select committee on the suppression of an
45, 46, 47

act

of Judiciary Committee respecting the sale and
gift of liquors to Indians

51
53

of committee on unfinished business

of select committee to inquire into the causes
of the failure of the Monroe Bank

54

of select committee respecting paved walk to
the Capitol

54

of Judiciary committee respecting births

and

marriages

54

of the Auditor of the Territory

62 68

of committee relative to the Education Re-

porter

63

REPORTS of committee relative to the University of

Michigan.

76

of the commissioners appointed to lay out a
Territorial Road commencing near Sheldon's
on the Chicago road, presented

102

from the Farmer's and Mechanic's Bank, 112,
114, 115.

from the Fiscal Agent of the Council, 112, 129,
130.

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RESOLUTIONS-to appoint a committee to inform the
Gov. that the Council was assembled, 3, 4
relative to providing newspapers for the
members of the Council
24
relative to the committees of the Coun-
cil
24
relative to inviting the Clergyman of the
city to attend the opening of the Coun-
cil
relative to the Laws and Judge of the
upper Judicial District of the Terri-
tory
24 27
to give the Clergyman in attendance the
privilege of the Council Room and use of
books

24

24

relative to amending the laws for the col-
lection of Teritorial Taxes, and to dis-
tilleries
25 26 27
relative to the abolition of county courts,25
relative to amending the acts regulating
the assessment and collection of Terri-
torial taxes
26 27
relative the altering the time of holding
27
Wayne county courts
relative to the distribution of the Laws of
the Territory
27

to request the Auditor of the Territory to
furnish the Council with certain state-
ments
27

relative to legalizing certain acts of com-
missioners of common schools

27

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of the Judiciary committee relative to Almazon
Houston

129

of committee on printing
162, 165
of the Treasurer of the Territory, 158, 189, 160,
161.

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RESOLUTIONS-to inquire into the expediency of raising
money by lottery to open a free road
between Detroit and Monroe
relative to the laws prohibiting for-
27 28 35
to inquire into the necessity of altering the
Judiciary system of the Territory, 28 29
relative to coining the current coin of the
United States

gery

29

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fixing the daily hour of adjournment, 30
relative to fixing the pay of the secretary,
clerks, &c. of the Council
30 33
relative to organizing into counties that
portion of the peninsula embraced in the
Indian purchase of Saginaw, Chicago and
St. Joseph's

30 31

31

relative to Libraries
relative to revising the acts concerning
the exemption of certain property
relative to the Judiciary System
relative to Coroner's Inquests
relative to amending the act concerning
Mortgages

31

relative to the culture of silk and mulber-
ry trees
32

relative to licensing victualling houses in
the counties of Mackinac & Crawford 32
relative to amending the law concerning
estrays

31

31

31

32

32

relative to administering oaths
relative to the Library

32 33

relative to amending the act for admission
of Counsellors and Attornies
32
respecting repairs of the United States
road in the Territory

* 33

relative to giving or selling ardent spirits
to the Indians
33 51
relative to prosecuting persons having
families in certain cases
relative to abolishing imprisonment for
debt

33

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34

relative to additions to the Jail

relative to damages assessed in Ham-
tramck

34

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RESOLUTIONS-to inquire whether any unfinished exec-
utive business remains before the Coun-
cil
35

relative to embodying the acts concerning
Territorial Taxes
35
relative to increasing the pay of Petit
Jurors in civil cases

36

36

relative to amending the laws regulating
the practice of Physic and Surgery
relative to insuring the Capitol
relative to the Dockets of deceased Jus-
tices of the Peace

37

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relative to publishing the Laws and sup-
pression of the same
relative to omitting the printing of private

37

acts

37

relative to the act concerning District
Surveyors

36

relative to the laws respecting the election
of Delegate and Members of the Coun-
cil
38

relative to authorising Constables to serve
process on Sheriff

38

relative to amending an act concerning
Judgments and Executions
38

relative to amending the act concerning
Auctioneers and sales at Auction 38
relative to increasing the number of Mem-
bers of the Council
40

41

relative to arranging the laws and printing
the same
relative to amending the act securing to
Mechanics and others, payment for labor,
&c

41

relative to investing the Supreme and
Circuit Courts with further powers to
dissolve marriage contracts
4
relative to laying out a road from Pontiac
to the mouth of the Kalamazoo
relative to transmission of a Memorial of
the Council to the Delegate in Congress,

41

43.

relative to officers having successors in
office
44

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