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result from their passage through the draw of said bridge, either to themselves or said bridge.

SECTION 3. The plans and specifications for the Plans and construction of said bridge, together with a map to be submitted or diagram of the waters of Sturgeon Bay, show- to secretary of ing the shores of each side of said bay at least a half mile north and a half mile south of the location of said bridge shall be submitted to the secretary of war for his approval, and nothing in this act shall be construed as authorizing the construction of any part or parts of said bridge till such approval is had by said company.

SECTION 4. Provided that the said Commercial Sturgeon Bay Bridge company shall take the toll bridge now Company's

toll bridge to owned and operated by the Sturgeon Bay Bridge be taken. company upon the following conditions: First. The said Sturgeon Bay Bridge company shall submit all the books and papers, relating to the con: struction and operation of said toll bridge and the docks alongside thereof, to a commission consisting of three members, one to be chosen by each of above-named companies, and the third to be chosen by these two, for the purpose of ascer. taining what sum,

any, is due said Sturgeon Bay Bridge company upon

the construction and operation of said bridge and the docks alongside thereof, and above the receipts from all sources with seven per centum interest to date of transfer, and shall pay to said Sturgeon Bay Bridge company the amount that may be determined and found by the award of such arbitrators. Second. Should the said Sturgeon Bay Bridge company refuse or fail to comply with the above provision within six months from and after the passage of this act, the said Commercial Bridge company may construct a new bridge in accordance with the provisions of above act, and be relieved from any liability to take said toll bridge from said Sturgeon Bay Bridge company.

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

Approved April 20, 1891.

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No. 346, S.]

[Published May 1, 1891. CHAPTER 325.

AN ACT directing the county board of supervis

ors for Milwaukee county to provide suitable quarters for the additional judge of the superior court for Milwaukee county.

The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented

in senate and assembly, do enact as follows:

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To provide SECTION 1, The county board of supervisors for office room for Milwaukee county are hereby directed to provide, superior

within ten days after the publication of this act, suitable quarters in which the additional judge of the superior court for Milwaukee county may hold court and transact the business thereof.

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

Approved April 20, 1891.

No. 344, S.]

[Published May 4, 1891.

CHAPTER 326.

AN ACT to amend section 1, of chapter 52, of the

laws of 1879, entitled, “An act to regulate the time for holding the general terms of the cir. cuit court in the eighth judicial district, and to authorize the circuit judge of said court to appoint special terms therein,” as amended by section 1, of chapter 135, of the laws of 1885, and section 1, of chapter 350, of the laws of 1889.

The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented

in şenate and assembly, do enact as follows:

SECTION 1. Section 1, of an act entitled, "An chapter 32 laws act to regulate the time for holding the general 195, laws of 1985, terms of the circuit court in the eighth judicial and chapter 350, circuit, and to authorize the circuit judge of said court to appoint special terms therein,” approved February 21, 1879, as amended by section 1, of chapter 135, of the laws of 1885, and approved March 25, 1885, as amended by section 1, of chapter 350, of the laws of 1889, approved April 10, 1889, is hereby amended by inserting at the beginning of section 1, tne following words:

of 1879,

Amending

of 1889.

From and after January 1, 1892." Also amend by striking the words “Eau Claire," and insert in lieu thereof the words, "Saint Croix," also amend by striking out all after the word “December," where it last occurs in said section; also amend by adding to the end of said section 1 the following: "Until said January 1, 1892, the several general terms of the circuit court of said eighth judicial circuit shall continue to be held as now provided by section 1, of chapter 350, of the laws of 1889," so that when amended, said section shall read as follows: Section 1. From and after January 1, 1892, the general Terms of terms of the circuit court in the eighth judicial judicial circuit circuit shall be held as follows: in the county of Buffalo, on the fourth Monday of February and on the fourth Monday of October; in the county of Duon, on the second Monday of March and on the second Monday of September; in the county of Saint Croix, on the fourth Monday of March and on the fourth Monday of September; in the county of Pepin, on the third Monday of April and on the third Monday of October; in the county of Pierce, on the Tuesday following the second Monday of June and on the Tuesday following the second Monday of December. Until said January 1, 1892, the several general terms of the circuit court of said eighth judicial circuit shall continue to be held as now provided by section 1, of chapter 350, of the laws of 1889.

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

Approved April 20, 1891.

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No. 775, A.]

[Published April 27, 1891. CHAPTER 327.

AN ACT to amend chapter 521, laws of 1889, en.

titled, "An act to enable the qualified voters of any town, village or city within this state to determine by ballot whether any spirituous, malt or intoxicating liquors or drinks shall be

sold therein as a beverage. The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented

in senate and assembly, do enact as follows:

Amends chapter 521, laws of 1889.

SECTION 1. Amend section 3, of chapter 521, of the laws of 1889, by striking out the words, "and the mayor of such city (subject to confirmation of the common council or board of aldermed thereof)," so that said section 3, when so amended

shall read as follows: Section 3. If a majority of Local option. the votes cast at such election upon the question

submitted in any town, village or city be "for license,” then it shall be lawful for the board of supervisors of such town, the village trustees or board of such village, or the common council or board of aldermen of such city, to grant license as provided in chapter 66, of the revised statutes, and chapter 296, of the laws of 1885; and provided, that no license shall be granted by any excise board of this state to any person who is a keeper or owner, directly or indirectly, of a house of ill-fame or house of prostitution.

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

Approved April 22, 1891.

No. 815, A.]

[Published April 28, 1891.

CHAPTER 328.

AN ACT amending the charter of the city of Milwaukee, and providing for the appointment of assistant assessors therein.

(See Vol. 2.)

No. 794, A.]

[Published May 1, 1891.

CHAPTER 329.

AN ACT to amend section 5, of chapter 523, laws
of 1889, entitled, “An act relating to banks and

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

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SECTION 1. Section 5, of chapter 523, laws of Amends chap

ter 523, laws of 1889. is hereby amended so as to read as follows: 1889. Section 5. The state treasurer is hereby directed and required to publish in a newspaper, State treas published in the town, village or city in which lishe statemente such bank, corporation, association, person or condition of persons, are doing business, a statement of banks. the financial condition, as appears from such report or reports of said bank, corporation, association, person or persons, doing a banking business in said town, village or city. If any bank, corporation, association, person or persons doing a banking business within the purview of the laws of the state of Wisconsin, shall refuse or neglect to make such report or reports to the state treasurer as herein provided, the state treasurer shall

to be published in a newspaper, published in the town, village or city in which such bank, corporation, association, person or persons are doing a banking business, a notice of the neglect or refusal of

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