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MEMORIALS TO CONGRESS.
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY,
GENERAL AND SPECIAL
An Act to appropriate money to pay the mileage of the members of the Legislature. The people of the State of Woonsin represented in Chap. 1. Senate and Assembly, do evacs as so!!ows: Section 1. There is hereby appropriated to be paid out Moog, or sen of any money in the State Treasury not otherwise appro-ators. priated, on the warrant of the Chief Clerk of the Senate, the sum of three hundred and forty-six dollars and fifty cents: the amount due members of the Senate for their mileage. Sec. 2. There is also hereby appropriated, to be paid M. A. out of any money in the State Treasury not otherwise ap-” propriated, on the warrant of the Chief Clerk of the Assembly, the sum of eleven hundred and fifty-six dollars and twenty cents, being the amount due members of the Assembly for their mileage. J. McM. SIIAFTER, Speaker of the Assembly. E. IX. DEAN, JR. President pro tem. of the Senate. Approved January 27th, 1852. LEONARD J. FARWELL.
An Act to authorize an election in the City of Milwaukee, for or against the adoption of a utow City Charter. Chap. 2.
The people of the Sale of Wisconsin represented in
&nate and Assembly do end of as fo//ows: May hold spe SECTION 1. A special election shall be held in the seve- **
ral Wards of the City of Milwaukee at the usual places of holding elections by the Aldermen of each Wol. Or llllder their direction, in the same manner, and conducted and certified in the same way, and under the same penalties as elections are by law holden in said city, for city and ward officers, on Monday, the second day of Pebruary next