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the estate shall signify in writing their assent to such mortgage, lease or sale.

SECTION 3. Section 3998 of the revised statutes is hereby amended by striking out the word 3998, R. S. 1878. "eight” where it occurs in said section, and inserting the word "nine" instead thereof, so that when amended, said section will read as follows: Section 3998. If it shall appear to the court from time when such petition that for any of the causes aforesaid order for hearit is necessary or would be beneficial to the ward, returnable. that such real estate or some part of it should be sold, mortgaged or leased, the court shall thereupon make an order fixing a time and place therein to be specified, not less than four nor more than nine weeks from the time of making such order, when and where such petition will be heard.

SECTION 4. Section 3999 of the revised statutes Amends sec. is hereby airended by striking out the word 3999, R. S. 1878 “ four," where it occurs after the word "least” in the eighth line of said section, and inserting the word "three" instead thereof, so that when amended, said section will read as follows: Section 3999. All those who are next of kin, and Time of publi. þeirs apparent or presumptive of the ward shall cation of order. be regarded as interested in the estate, and may appear as such and answer to the petition of the guardian; and a copy of such order shall be personally served on all persons interested in the estate, at least twenty days before the day fixed for the hearing of the petition, or such order, or a notice of hearing in substantially the form prescribed in section 4050, shall be published at least three successive weeks before the day of such hearing in a newspaper as provided in section 4045 as the court directs by such order.

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

Approved April 22, 1891.

No. 345, A.]

[Published May 1, 1891.

CHAPTER 343.

AN ACT relating to the preservation of fish in

Washington county.
The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented

in senate and assembly, do enact as follows: Hook and line SECTION 1. It shall be unlawful for any person only to be used.

to take, catch, kill, or in any way or manner destroy any pike (commonly called wall-eyed pike), pickere!, black or Oswego bass, in any of the lakes, ponds, streams or other waters of Washington

county, except by hook and line. Closed season. SECTION 2. It shall be unlawful for any person

or persons to take, catch, kill, or in any way or manner destroy any pike (commonly called walleyed pike), black or Oswego bass, in any of the lakes, streams, ponds or other waters of Washington county, from the first day of November, to the fifteenth day of the following June in any

year. Closed season.

SECTION 3. It shall be unlawful for any person or persons to take, catch, kill or in any way or manner destroy any pickerel, in any of the lakes, streams, ponds or other waters of Washington county from the first day of February to the fif.

teenth day of the following June, in any year. Closed season.

SECTION 4. It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, to take, catch, kill or in any way or manner destroy any kind of fish in any of the lakes, streams, ponds or other waters of Washington county, from the first day of May to the fif

teenth day of the following June, in any year. Penalty.

SECTION 5. Any person or persons violating the provisions of this act, or any of them, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof, be punished by a fine of not less than five nor more than fifty dollars, together with the costs of prosecution, for each and every such violation, ard imprisonment in the county jail of said county until such fine and costs are fully paid, or until he shall be discharged by due course of law. One-half of said fine shall be paid to the complain

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ant and the remainder shall be paid into the county treasury, to be disposed of according to law.

SECTION 6. The justices of the peace of Wash Justices of the ington county shall have jurisdiction to hear, try urisdiction to and determine all cases which shall arise under lear, try and this chapter; provided, that the defendant shall lations of act. not be deprived of a jury trial.

SECTION 7. No general law of this state con- General law travening the provisions of this act, shall be con- this act unless sidered as repealing, amending or modifying the expressly same, unless such purpose be expressly set forth in such law.

SECTION 8. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication.

Approved April 22, 1891.

No. 177, A.]

(Published May 1, 1891.

CHAPTER 344.

AN ACT to amend section 2, of chapter 439, of

the laws of 1885, relating to the Wisconsin Na tional Guard.

The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented

in senate and assembly, do enact as follows:

ter 439, laws of

SECTION 1. Section 2, of chapter 439, of the Amend chaplaws of 1885, is hereby amended so as to read as 1885. follows: Section 2. So much of section 640, chapter 34, of the revised statutes, as amended by section 2, of chapter 185, of the laws of 1880, and section 2, of chapter 162, of the laws of 1882, as relates to encampments of the Wisconsin National Guard, is hereby amended so as to read as fol. lows: The governor may order the regiments, order regia

Governor may battalions or separate companies into encamp. ments, etc., in. ments, for military instruction, not to exceed six ments; trans

, days in any year, and may fix the place for such portation, etc. encampment. Regiments, battalions or companies, when so ordered into encampment, shall be furnished by the state with transportation, tents

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and camp equipage, and such other reasonable and necessary provisions, for the proper care and preser vation of the health of the men so ordered into camp as may be ordered by the governor, and an allowance for subsistence and other expenses not herein provided for, equal to two dollars per day, for each day's actual service in such encampment, or en route to and from the same, by each enlisted man; and the pay of an officer of equal rank in the United States army for each commissioned officer, while on duty at such encampment, or on other service under orders of the governor, to be paid out of the state treasury, on such vouchers and proofs as the governor may require, and on bis approval. The amount due on account of any company, to be paid to its commanding officer, and the amount due on account of the field, staff and non-commissioned staff, or other

, officers and men, if any, on duty in such encampment, under orders, to be paid to the person to whom the same sball be due. The allowances herein provided for may be withheld by order of the governor, and applied to the payment of any damages to grounds, buildings or property, which may be caused by the fault or neglect of any officer or enlisted man in camp, or en route to or from the same.

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

Approved April 22, 1891.

No. 256, A.]

[Published May 5, 1891.

CIIAPTER 345.

AN ACT to amend chapter 477, of the laws of

1889, relating to fish ways in Rock river.

The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented

in senate and assembly, do enact as follows:

SECTION 1. Section 1, of chapter 477, of the ter 11, laws of laws of 1889, is hereby amended by inserting the

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” after the word “persons” in the first line of said section, and by striking out after the word “dam” in the eleventh line of said section the following: “And so as not to waste any water which would otherwise be available to furnish power for any duly authorized purpose,” and by inserting after the word "to" and before the word “injure" in the eleventh line of said section the word "un. necessarily,” and by inserting the words “or corporations after the word "person " in the fifteenth line, and by striking out after the word “the” in the nineteenth line of said section, the words "fifteenth day of May," and inserting in place thereof the words “first day of June," and by striking out in the twenty-second line of said section, the word "six," and inserting in place thereof the word "three,” and by striking out after the word " Wisconsin " in the twenty-fifth line of said section, the following: “That good and sufficient fishways have been constructed in or upon all dams which would otherwise obstruct the passage of fish up ard down said river, between the southerly line of the state of Wisconsin and the Mississppi river, provided, that” and by inserting after the word “person” in the thirtieth line the words "or corporations," and by striking out in the thirty second line the words " necessary original,” so that said section when so amended shall read as follows: Section 1. It shall be the duty of all persons or corporations owning, occupying or having charge of dams to con

struct fishways any dam now erected, or hereafter to be erected at recording to on and across Rock river, in Rock county, Wis. fish corumis.

sioners plans. consin, to construct in or upon such dam a good and sufficient fish way, under the supervision of such person or persons as may be appointed by the fish commissioners of the state of Wisconsin, and according to plans provided by said fish com missioners. Such fishway to be so constructed as not to unnecessarily injure or weaken any such dam. And it shall be the duty of all such persons or corporations owning or occupying or having charge of any dam as aforesaid, to keep such fishways in good repair and open for the free passage of fish up and down said river from the first day of March until the first day of June, in each and every year aiter such fish ways are built. The fishways

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