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such services, they shall be entitled to collect and receive either from the owners of such logs, or the contractors or persons in possession of the same the reasonable and proportionate share of the cost of driving all such logs down and out of said stream, and they shall have a lien on all logs so driven until the charges for driving afore. said shall be fully paid, which lien may be enforced in the same manner and at the same time and in the same proceeding as the lien for tolls, as provided in section 2, of this act.

SECTION 4. The control of said dams, slides and Control of gates of the same shall belong to said Henry Collette, J. S. Chase and Levi Collette, their successors and assigns, and be under their exclusive control; and provided, further, that the right of the legislature is hereby reserved to alter, amend and repeal this act at any future time.

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

Approved April 11, 1891.

No. 337, S.]

[Published April 16, 1891.

CHAPTER 230.

AN ACT to authorize Winnebago county to construct a sewer across the grounds of the Northern Hospital.

sewer across

The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented

in senate and assembly, do enact as follows: SECTION 1. The county board of Winnebago county board county are hereby authorized to construct a sewer may construct for the poorhouse and the county asylum of said grounds of

Northern Hoscounty across the grounds of the Northern Hospi- pital for Intal for the Insane, in such location as shall be approved by the state board of supervision of Wisconsin charitable, penal and reformatory institutions, and to make connections with the water mains of said Northern Hospital, and to use the same for fire protection and for flushing sewers, upon such terms and conditions as the said board

sane.

of supervision and the said county board may agree, such agreement to be filed in the office of the secretary of state.

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

Approved April 11, 1891.

No. 45, A.]

(Published April 16, 1891.

CHAPTER 231.

AN ACT to authorize the county of Portage to

borrow money of the state. The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented

in senate and assembly, do enact as follows:

age county.

Commissioners

SECTION 1. The commissioners of public lands may loan trust funds to Port. are hereby authorized in their discretion to loan

from the trust funds of this state, the sum of one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) to the county of Portage, in this state, for the purpose of redeeming certain railroad bonds, issued by said county, in the year 1871, which become due on the first day of June, 1891, amounting to the sum of one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000,) or to purchase said bonds with such funds; and the said county of Portage is hereby authorized to borrow the said sum of one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000), of said commissioners, and to issue to said commissioners, certificates of the in debtedness so contracted. Said indebtedness shall bear interest at the rate of not less than four and one half per centum per annum; said interest shall be paid annually; suid indebtedness shall be paid in twenty equal installments of five thousand dollars ($5,000) each; the first installment to be paid on the first of March, 1892, and annually thereafter in the years from 1893 to the year 1911, inclusive. And in case of purchase, the commissioners are authorized to extend the time of pay. ment of said bonds, so that the same shall become payable in twenty annual installments in the manner hereinafter provided, and reduce the in

on in.

terest of said bonds to correspond with the fore. going provisions.

SECTION 2. Each and every year thereafter, Secretary of until the whole of said debt, principal and inter state to add inest shall be paid, the secretary of state, when he debtness to

Portage county apportions the state taxes among the several state tax, counties, shall add to the state tax properly charge. able to said county of Portage, the annual interest due the state on said indebtedness, and the said secretary of state shall, when he apportions the state tax among the several counties as aforesaid, for the several years from 1891 to 1910, inclusive, add to the state tax which would be prop. erly chargeable to said county of Portage for the years last above mentioned, a sum sufficient to pay the amount of the installments due on said indebtedness for the years from 1892 to 1911, inclusive, and the same shall be levied and collected out of the taxable property of said county, and paid over to the state, in the same way as other state taxes are levied, collected and paid. SECTION 3. At the time and in the manner pro

Sinking fund. vided for levying taxes for state and county purposes, the board of supervisors for said county of Portage shall annually levy the amount of money required for the payment of the annual interest for the current year, and said board shall in each year for the years from 1891 to 1910, inclusive, levy the amount of money required for the payment of the installments due on said indebtedness for each of the years from 1892 to 1911, inclusive, as certified to by the secretary of state as aforesaid, until the wbole amount of said indebtedness is paid. SECTION 4. Before any of said funds shall be

Acceptance of delivered to said county, in exchange for said cer- county to be tificates of indebtedness, the board of supervisors retary of scate. of said county, by resolution certified to by the chairman of said board, and the county clerk of said county shall file with the secretary of state an acceptance of the provisions of this act, and of the terms and limitations herein provided for.

SECTION 5. Said certificates of indebtedness shall be for the sum of five thousand dollars indebtedness, ($5,000) each, numbered from one to twenty in how issued. clusive, and payable to the commissioners of pub lic lands, and be signed by the chairman of the board of supervisors of said county, and counter

filed with sec.

Certificate of

form of and

or

signed by the clerk thereof. Said certificates may be deposited by the chairman of said board, with the state treasurer, as custodian thereof, together with a list of the bonds heretofore issued by said county, and which become due on the first day of June, 1891, being in aid of the Wisconsin Central Railroad company. No money shall be paid, or become payable to the said county of Portage, upon for said certificates of indebtedness; and the same shall have no validity or effect, unless nor until the said bonds of said county, with the unpaid coupons, if any, which are attached thereto, and are unpaid, shall be surrendered to the said commissioners for cancellation, upon their pay; ment to the holders, the principal mentioned in said bonds; upon which surrender, and not before, the said certificates of indeptedness shall be delivered to said commissioners by said state treasurer, and become in force. All the bonds so surrendered for cancellation, with the un. paid coupons,

coupons, if any, shall be cancelled and destroyed by the said commissioners, in the presence of the chairman of the board of supervisors, and the clerk of said coun ty, all of whom shall make and sign in duplicate, a certificate of said cancellation and destruction, setting forth therein the number and amount and date of each instrument so cancelled and destroyed, and of the number and amount of the coupons aforesaid, if any, one of which certificates shall be recorded in the office of the said commissioners, and the other in the

office of said county clerk. Certificates SECTION 6. Whenever any of said certificates when paid to be surrendered of indebtedness shall be paid, as hereinbefore pro. and cancelled. vided, such certificates when paid shall be sur

rendered to the county treasurer of said Portage county, to be by him surrendered to the county board of supervisors, at their annual meeting in each year for cancellation.

SECTION 7. Chapter 85 of the laws of this state for the year 1880, is hereby repealed.

SECTION 8. 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. 428, A.]

(Published April 16, 1891.

CHAPTER 232.

AN ACT relating to the compensation of the of.

ficiating chaplains of the senate and assembly. The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented

in senate and assembly, do enact as follows: SECTION 1. The sum of ten dollars is hereby Payment of authorized to be paid to each and every clergy man chaplains.

legislative who has officiated or may hereafter officiate as chaplain of the senate and assembly, for each week of such service, during the session of the legislature for the year 1891, but no payment shall be made for less than four days' service and only upon the certificate of the chief clerk of the assembly showing the amount to which each such chaplain is entitled. SECTION 2. A sum of money sufficient for the

Appropriation. payment of the provisions of this act is hereby appropriated out of the general fund of the state treasury.

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

Approved April 13, 1891.

No. 169, A.]

[Published April 16, 1891.

CHAPTER 233.
AN ACT to repeal section 2, of chapter 520, laws

of 1887, in relation to fishing industries.
The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented
in senate and assembly, do enact as follows:
SECTION 1. Section 2, of chapter 520, of the Repeals sec.
laws of 1887, entitled, “An act in relation to the laws of 1887.
fishing industries of Lake Michigan, Lake Supe
rior, Chequamagon Bay, Green Bay and Sturgeon

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