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ing to lands without said counties, which is to be determined and paid in the same manner as though such lands were in the county where the work is to be done.

SECTION 11. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication.

Approved April 13, 1891.

No. 320, S.)

[Published April 16, 1891.

CHAPTER 225.

AN ACT relating to the sale of lands for the non

payment of taxes and the expiration of the period of redemption therefrom.

The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented

in senate and assembly, do enact as follows:

Amends sec.

of deeds.

SECTION 1. Section 1172 of the revised statutes, 172, R. S. 1878. is hereby amended so as to read as follows: Publication of Section 1172. Whenever, by mistake or otherlist of omitted wise, such clerk neglects or fails to include in

his published list any such tract or tracts of land, or to publish such list in accordance with the requirements of law, the same may be published at any time within one year after the expiration of said three years, such publication shall be made in the same manner and for the same time as prescribed in the preceding sections, and such clerk shall specify in his notice accompanying such published list, the time when redemption of such lands from such sale will expire which time shall not be less than six, and not more than ten months from the expiration of the full twelve weeks required for the aforesaid pub. lication; and ail deeds made in pursuance thereof shall be as valid and effectual as if such publication had been made at the time required in such sections.

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

Approved April 13, 1891.

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No. 37, S.]

[Published April 15, 1891.

CHAPTER 226.

AN ACT to prevent accidents to operatives in

manufacturing establishments.

in fac

tory.

The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented

in senate and assembly, do enact as follows:

SECTION 1. In every manufacturing establish - Speaking tubes ment where the machinery used is propelled by to connect

or electric bells steam power, communication shall be provided power room

with all other between each room where such machinery is rooms placed and the room where the engineer is stationed, by means of speaking tubes or electric bells; provided, that in the judgment of the inspectors such communication is necessary.

SECTION 2. The factory inspectors shall enforce Duty of facthe provisions of this act, and any person, firm or hereunder, pencorporation, being the occupant of any manu. alty. facturing establishment, or controlling the use of any building or room where machinery, propelled by steanı is used, violating the provisions of this act, shall be fined, not less than ten nor more than fifty dollars; but no prosecution shall be made for such violation, until thirty days after written notice by an inspector has been sent by mail to such person, firm or corporation, of any changes necessary to be made to comply with the provisions of this act, nor then, if in the meantime, such changes have been made in accordance with such notification.

SECTION 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after the date of its passage and publication.

Approved April 11, 1891.

No. 96, S.]

[Published April 17, 1891.

CHAPTER 227.

AN ACT relating to furnishing supplies of food

and other provisions for charitable and other institutions in the county of Milwaukee.

The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented

in senate and assembly, do enact as follows:

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Notices for

papers.

Supervisors of SECTION 1. It is hereby made the duty of the county to fur. board of supervisors of Milwaukee county to furnish supplies,nish any and all supplies of food, fuel or other and penal insti; provisions for all of the charitable or other insti.

tutions located in and supported by the county of county.

Milwaukee. To be pur

SECTION 2. The method of obtaining these supbidder. plies shall be by contract with the lowest re.

sponsible bidder; and before making any con-
tract for said supplies, notices for bids and pro-

posals shall be advertised for in one newspaper lished in news printed in the English language, one newspaper

printed in the German language, and one news.
paper printed in the Polish language, and pub-
lished in the city of Milwaukee. The publication
shall be for six days previous to the opening of
the bids and proposals and the letting of the con-

tracts.
Contracts to be SECTION 3. All contracts made pursuant to
for six months, the provisions of this act shall be for six months

next succeeding the date of the contract.

SECTION 4. All acts and parts of acts inconsistent with this act are hereby repealed.

SECTION 5. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication.

Approved April 11, 1891.

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No. 181, S.)

[Published April 15, 1891.

CHAPTER 228.

AN ACT to amend section 2507, chapter 115, of

the revised statutes, relating to the municipal court of the county of Milwaukee.

The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented

in senate and assembly, do enact as follows:

waukee .

SECTION 1. Section 2507, of chapter 115, of the Amends sec revised statutes, as amended by chapter 103 of the 207, R. S. 1878. laws of 1883, is hereby amended so as to read as follows: Section 2507. Said municipal court Terms of munishall hold terms, commencing on the first Mon cipal court, Mii. day in each month, at some place in the city of Milwaukee, to be provided by said city; but no jury shall be summoned for either of the terms to be held in the months of July and August. Grand juries, when ordereri, shall be drawn and summoned as provided in chapter 116 of the revised statutes.' The district attorney of Milwau trict attorney

county shall be the prosecuting officer in all and city atcriminal cases, and the city attorney in all city prosecutions in said court. SECTION 2.

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

Approved April 11, 1891.

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torney.

No. 302, S.)

[Published April 17, 1891.

CHAPTER 229.

AN ACT to authorize Henry Collette, J. S. Chase

and Levi Coilette, their successors and assigns, to maintain dams across and otherwise improve the north branch of Pine river, in Forest county, Wisconsin, and to collect tolls there. for.

The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented in senate and assembly, do enact as follows:

Henry Collette SECTION 1. Henry Collete, J. S. Chase and Levi et al, to mainCollette, their successors and assigns, are hereby Pine river.

dam across

May charge tolls on logs and timber.

authorized to maintain and keep in repair, a cer. tain dam and other improvements on the north branch of Pine river, in Forest county, Wisconsin, heretofore built by them, which said dam is here. by legalized, and are also hereby authorized to otherwise improve the said north branch of said Pine river from Butternut lake to a point where the south branch of Pine river intersects the north branch of said river, by clearing and straighten: ing its channel and the construction of other dams thereon at points by them to be selected, so as to facilitate the driving of logs down and out of said north branch of said river, by flooding and otherwise.

SECTION 2. In consideration of said improve. ments, the said Henry Collette, J. S. Chase and Levi Collette, and their successors and assigns, shall be entitled to charge, sue for and collect from the owners of all logs and timber passing over such dams, or driven by the aid of the same down and out of said north branch of said Pine river, tolls on all logs so driven, the sum of eighteen cents per thousand feet, board measure, the amount to be ascertained by scale from landings in the woods if there be any; if not, in any other practicable way. And the aforesaid persons, their successors and assigns, shall have a lien on all logs or timber run over said dams, or driven by the aid of the same, until the charges aforesaid shall be fully paid, wbich lien may be enforced in the same manner as the lien

of labor on logs. May drive logs

SECTION 3. If any other person or corporation

shall land logs in said stream in such manner as essary to clear to obstruct the driving of other logs down and

out of the same, and shall neglect or refuse to drive said logs when the water is at a proper stage for such purpose, either by the natural swelling of the stream, or by the use of said dams, or any one of them, so that said 1 gs are an ob. struction to the proper driving of the logs therein owned, or under the control of said Henry Col. lette, J. S. Chase and Levi Collette, their successors or assigns, then said Henry Collette, J. S. Chase and Levi Collette, their successors or assigns, may, in order to facilitate their drive, take possession of and drive all such logs down and out of said stream, and as a compensation for

of other persons, when nec

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