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LAWS OF WISCONSIN
JOINT RESOLUTIONS AND MEMORIALS
Passed at the Biennial Session of the
Post-Office Addresses of the Circuit and Superior Judges and
Times and Places for Holding Circuit and Superior Courts
Table Showing the Sections of the Wisconsin Statutes of 1898
of 1899, 1901, 1903, 1905 and 1907
Published by Authority,
All sections of the statutes amended, created or repealed by the laws of 1907 have been extracted from the chapters and arranged in numerical order in Part I, in accordance with Joint Resolution No. 119 A., 1907.
The remainder of such chapters and all other chapters of the laws of 1907, are arranged in numerical order in Part II.
Whenever a chapter section has been deemed necessary to the construction of some section of the statute, it has been placed in Part I, immediately following such section.
Chapter 676, 1907, corrects and supplies section numbers. Note of such changes, and also of the chapters from which sections are taken, is made after each section.
Chapter 118, 1907, adopts the numbering of sections and subsections contained in Sanborn & Sanborn's supplement to the statutes.
Chapter 5, 1907, provides that every law which does not expressly prescribe the time when it shall go into operation shall take effect and be in force from and after July 1, 1907.
Chapter 464, 1907, provides that every law enacted at the session of 1907, not passed and published prior to July 1, 1907, xhall take effeet and be in force from and after the day of its passage and publication.
For constitutional amendments to be submitted to popular vote in 1908, see chapters 238 and 661.
JAMES A. FREAR,
Secretary of State.