We have read through about a dozen colmns of legislative proceedingsin the Detroit apers, but can find httlc matter for our 'eekly synopsis that will interest our readers. In the House, the bilÃ to incorpÃ³rate the ilphadelphia Association was favorably tti orted tipon by the majority of the te se; but the minority dissented, Ist Because p( Lssociations of this character, in their j 5n, tend to sap the foundation of society. - a :d Because if said Association should be sucessful in ils operaÃ¼ons, with the capital :d, it would in a great measure control the s gricultural, rnanufacturing and commercial " ntereets of the State, and wield a powerful n nfluence in its politics, which coould hardly be t ;ontro!led by the people. 3d Because there i is in this State sufficient individua) enterprise j '.o carry on every branch of home industry and ;ommerce that is needed by the people of the State; and such enterprise should never be )ronght in competition with wealthy charterjd Associations. 4th Becaiise it is contrary ;o every democratie principie to crÃ©ate a n â jorporation to do wliat individual en'erprise is t; tble and willing to do; On 2 petitions from Oakland and Kalama500, for the abolition of capital punishment; ;he com. reported that the whole subject is so ivell undefstood that they are absolved from my nocessity of expressing their views; to est th'e sense of the House, they reported a jill to abolish capital punishment. The billtoprovide for the extensiÃ³n of the ; Central Railroad' to St. Joseph, paseed the Senate by a vote of 13 to 2 - also anothÃ¨t to pxtend the Southern Railroad to Coldwater by a similar" vote. . Mr. Littlejbhii, from the JudiciÃ¡ry CorrÃmittee, reported back the HÃ¶nse bill to modify the License laV, which was read a third time 1 andpassed. So that the bill will becofne a law when signed by the Governofo1 The Report of Mr. LittlejotÃrf agaihst ! enninl Sessions has beeri published by the Senate. The propositlon was that ReprÃ©Ã©Ã©nt atives should be chosen for two years and Senators for four, and sessions of thÃ© Legislature should be held every other year. it appears from the report that nnnual sessions are held in 2S;States, and biennial in Tennessee, Illinois ond Missouri. In Tennessee it ha6 been customary tÃ¶ hold an extra sessibn each altÃ©rnate year. The' cotÃ¶mittee argue that such would be thÃ¨ result with' Us, or if not, that tlie biennial sessions woiild1 bÃ© rhuch longer than annual ones, and thus notbirfg would be saved in economy: that the appointmg power of the Executive would be largely increased; that the change proposed isa radical one, arrd ought not to bo made unlÃ«ss by a State Corivention called for that purpose; and that altecations of our fundarhental law should not be mnde at nW'unless for "the removal of some pfessing evils or irfiprovementfe of pr'me necessity. "