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try, his heirs or assigns, under the provisions of this act, shall at all times be under the exclusive control of said William Sauntry, his heirs or assigns, and shall be so controlled and managed as in the judgment of said William Sauntry, his heirs or assigns, will best subserve the interests of all

parties engaged in driving log3 down said river. May charge SECTION 3. As compensation for the improve. and collect toll on logs.

ment of said river, when said William Sauntry, his heirs or assigns, shall have erected or acquired and shall maintain said dam heretofore author. ized, said William Sauntry, his heirs or assigns, shall be entitled, and they are hereby authorized and empowered to demand, receive, levy, sue for and collect as a toll, the sum of ten cents per thousand feet, board measure on all logs or timber sluiced or driven through or by the aid of said dam, or by the aid of the waters collected therein. And said William Sauntry, his heirs or assigns, are hereby authorized and empowered to demand and receive the said toll before he or they shall be required to permit the use of the water retained by the same dam herein authorized, for the purpose of sluicing or driving any logs or timber on said river. And in case any logs or timber are sluiced or driven down said river through or below said dam without the toll thereon having first been paid, the said toll shall be and remain a lien upon such logs or timber, and all logs or timber bearing the same mark, until the said toll is paid, which said lien shall take precedence of any and all other liens upon said logs or timber, except liens for labor; and the lien hereby given may be enforced in the same manner and with like effect as liens for labor upon logs as provided in chapter 113, of the revised statutes of 1873, and the several acts of the legislature amendatory thereof, which said chapter and the several acts amendatory thereof are hereby made applicabie hereunto, except that the statement of the debt or demand therein re. quired to be filed in the office of the clerk of the circuit court, may be filed at any time prior to the first day of October in the year in which the last sluicing or driving of such logs or timber shall have been done, and such statement shall be filed in the office of the lumber inspector of the fourth lumber district of the state of Wisconsin, instead of the office of the clerk of the circuit court as required by said chapter 113 and the acts amendatory thereof. The owner or owners of any logs or timber, sluiced or driven down said river, through or below said dam, shall be personally liable for the toll thereon, and any person having a mortgage upon such logs, at the time the same are so sluiced or driven, who shall afterward sell or take possession of any such logs by virtue of any such mortgage, shall thereby become personally liable for the toll due thereon. And the said William Sauntry, his heirs or assigns, are hereby authorized to sue for and recover such tolls from such owner or mortgagee.

SECTION t. Said William Sauntry, his heirs or Flowage assigos, for the purpose of acquiring any flowage rights. rights that he or they may deem necessary in carrying out the provisions of this act, may exercise all powers granted to corporations by section 1777, of the revised statutes of 1878, and the several acts amendatory thereof.

Section 5. All acts and parts of acts in conflict with the provisions of this act are hereby repealed.

SECTION 6. The right to alter, amend or repeal this act is hereby reserved.

SECTION 7. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication.

Approved March 30, 1891.

No. 765, A.)

[Published April 2, 1591. CHAPTER 105.

AN ACT to amend section 2133, of chapter 113

of the revised statutes as amended, entitled, “Of circuit courts."

The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented

in senate and assembly, do enact as follows:

SECTION 1. Section 2133, of chapter 113, of the Amen's sec. revised statutes, as amended by section 1 of chap: 2133, R. S. 1873. ter 121, laws of 1889, is hereby further amended by striking out the word “five," where it occurs

after the word "circuits” and before the word "court" in the third line of said section and in. serting in lieu thereof the word “sis," so that when so amended said section 2133 shall read as

follows: Section 2133. The circuit courts and Bix court commissioners to the circuit judge's in vacation, may appoint in be in each county. each of the counties in their respective circuits,

six court commissioners, each of whom shall hold his office during the term of office of the circuit judge who appointed him and until his successor is appointed and qualified unless sooner removed by the court or judge appointing him. Each such court commissioner shall before entering upon the duties of his office, take and subscribe the constitutional oath of office, and file the same duly certified, together with his appointment, in the of. fice of the clerk of the circuit court of the county in which he resides.

SECTION 2. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication.

Approved March 30, 1891.

No. 28, A.)

[Published April 1, 1891.

Amends sec. 8715, R. S. 1878.

CHAPTER 106.
AN ACT to aniend section 3775 of the revised

statutes of 1878, relative to the fees of jurors in
justice courts.
The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented

in senate and assembly, do enact as follows: SECTION 1. Subdivision 1, of section 3775, of the revised statutes of 1878, is hereby amended by adding after the words “per day” in the third line thereof, "and six cents per mile actually traveled to attend such trial both coming and going.” So

that said subdivision 1, of said section 3775, shall **s of jurors when so amended read as follows: 1. “Witness

fees for travel and attendance, not exceeding, however, fifteen dollars in one case, and fees of jurors at the rate of fifty certs per day, and six cents per mile actually traveled to attend such

in jusiice court..

trial, both coming and going, for each juror in at. tendance, less the amount advanced by the oppo. site party, when the jury shall have been de. manded by him; such jurors' fees when collected shall be paid by the justice to the jurors entitled thereto."

SECTION 2. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication.

Approved March 30, 1891.

No. 83, A.]

[Published April 1, 1891.

CHAPTER 107.

cil may issue

AN ACT to authorize the city of Milwaukee to

issue bonds for the construction and repair of

bridges and approaches thereto. The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented

in senate and assembly, do enact as follows: SECTION 1. The common council of the city of Common coun: Milwaukee is hereby authorized to provide by or bonds to repair dinance for the issue of corj vrate bonds of said bridges. city not exceeding in amount one hundred and forty thousand dollars, payable in not more than twenty years after date of said issue. Said bonds shall bear interest not exceeding the rate of five per cent. per annum, and shall be known as and called “bridge repair and reconstruction bonds," and shall be issued to provide funds for the reconstruction and repair of bridges and the approaches thereto in said city. Provided, that not more than ninety thousand dollars worth of said bonds shall be issued in the year 1891, and fifty thousand dollars worth of said bonds shall be issued in the year 1992.

SECTION 2. All bonds issued under the provis: Bonds, how ions of this act shall be signed by the mayor and clerk of said city, countersigned by the comp. troller of said city, at tested by the commissioners of public debt of said city, sealed with the corpo. rate seal of said city, made payable in lawful money of the United States of America, in the

issued.

omce of commissioners or

abolished

city of Milwaukee or New York, and shall each be for the principal sum of one thousand dollars, or five hundred dollars, or one hundred dollars, and shall have attached thereto interest coupons or warrants for the semi-annual payment of interest thereon, and such bonds and coupons shall be numbered in the form and manner to be des

ignated by said comptroller. Bonds, how SECTION 3. Bonds issued under the provisions disposed of.

of this act shall be issued from time to time, in such amount as the common council of said city may determine upon; said bonds when issued and properly signed and sealed, shall be deliver: ed to the commissioners of public debt of said city, and by that body disposed of, the proceeds arising therefrom to be paid into the treasury of said city, and such proceeds shall constitute a separate and distinct fund, to be exclusively ap. plied for the purposes specified in the first section of this act.

SECTION 4. The office of commissioners of pubpublic detit not lic debt of said city shall not be abolished while while bondsure any o: the bonds issued under the provisions of outstanding. this act remain outstanding and inpaid.

SECTION 5. The provisions of sections 2, 6, 7, 8, laws made part 9, 10, 11 and 17, chapter 87, of the laws of 1861 of this act.

applicable and not inconsistent with the provisions of this act, shall apply to bonds issued under the provisions of this act, and such sections, if not inconsistent, are incorporated as a part of this act. The true intent and meaning of this act is to provide for the present issue of bonds in the same manner as bonds issued under the provisions of that act are provided for, unless the common council upon the recommendation of the commissioners of public debt shall elect by ordinance to specify what particular bonds shall expire and be retired in each year not less than five per centum of the whole issue, and said com.

mon council is hereby authorized to so elect. Tax to be leried SECTION 6. The common council of said city to pay bonds. shall annually cause a tax to be levied upon all

taxable property in said city, both personal and real, for the payment of the annual interest on all unpaid bonds issued under the provisions of this act, and for twenty years before the principal of said bonds becomes due, the said common council shall annually cause a tax to be levied

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