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No. 1, A.]

[Published February 5, 1891.

CHAPTER 4.

AN ACT to repeal chapter 519, of the laws of

the state of Wisconsin for the year 1889, entitled, "An act concerning the education and employment of children."

The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented

in senate and assembly, do enact as follows:

SECTION 1. Chapter 519, of the laws of the state Chapter 519, of Wisconsin, for the year 1989, entitled, “An relating to the act concerning the education and employment of education and children,” be and the same is hereby repealed. SECTION 2. This act shall take effect and be in

pealed. force from and after its passage and publication.

Approved February 5, 1891.

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No. 31, S.]

[Published February 18, 1891.

CHAPTER 5.
AN ACT fixing the terms of court in the Fourth

judicial circuit, and providing for the continua

tion and adjournment of such terms. The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented

in senate and assembly, do enact as follows: SECTION 1. The general terms of the circuit General terms court for the Fourth judicial circuit, shall be held of circuit each year as follows: In the county of Sheboy. circuit. gan on the second Monday in April and the third Monday in September. In the county of Manitowoc, on Tuesday after the second Monday in January, and Tuesday after the first Monday in June. In the county o: Kewaunee, on the second Monday in May and the third Monday in October. In the county of Fond du Lac, on Tuesday after the third Monday in February, Tuesday after the first Monday in March, Tuesday after the first

court in fo .rth

shall be a con.

Monday in July; and Tuesday after the second Monday in November; provided, no jury shall be summoned for the terms in February and July

unless-specially ordered. Fond du Lac,

SECTION 2. Every term in the counties of Fond Sheboygan and Nanitowoc du. Lác, Sheboygan and Manitowoc, shall be a special terms, special term for the whole judicial circuit; at for whole cir- which any and all business may be done arising

or pending in any county in said circuit, which might be done at a general term for the county in which such business arises or is pending, ex

cept the trial of issues of fact by a jury. Such terms SECTION 3. The terms specified in section 2 tinuation of shall be a continuation of all terms in the circuit eir career in the which are not finally adjourned, and the court at finally ad- the terms mentioned in section 2, shall have the journed.

same jurisdiction as to all judgments, orders or proceedings made or entered in any county which it would have if holding the term in the county at which such judgment, order or proceeding was made or taken, including the power to vacate, correct or otherwise change the same in the mode

provided by law. ('ircuit court SECTION 4. The circuit court shall always be shall be always open. open for the transaction of all business in each of

the counties in said circuit, from the beginning of one term until the beginning of the next term in the same county, and an order or direction for the adjournment of any term from day to day or to a specified day, and an entry thereof shall not be necessary to the validity of any judgment, sentence, crder or proceeding therein, but wh n no judge shall attend to hold court on the first day or any subsequent day thereof, the term shall stand adjourned from day to day until a judge authorized to hold the same shall attend.

SECTION 5. No term of court in said circuit pressly d- shall be at an end until an express order for final journed.

adjournment is made and entered, and one term may be adjourned beyond the beginning of the next term in the same county.

SECTION 6. All acts or parts of acts inconsistent with this act are hereby repealed.

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

Approved February 16, 1891.

Term to con tinue until ex.

No. 123, A.]

[Published February 19, 1891.

CHAPTER 6.

AN ACT to fix the terms of court for the Ninth

judicial circuit.

The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented

in senate and assembly, do enact as follows:

SECTION 1. The general terms of the circuit General term courts for the Ninth judicial circuit shall be held in ninth cir. as follows: In the county of Adams on the third cuit.' Tuesday in January and the first Tuesday in June. In the county of Columbia, on the second Tuesday in May and the second Tuesday in December. In the county of Dane, on the Monday after the first Tuesday in April, the fourth Monday in June and the second Monday in November, but no jury shall be summoned for the term in June. In the county of Juneau, on the first Tuesday in March and the second Tuesday in October. In the county of Marquette on the Tu sday after the first Mon. day in January and the second Tuesday in June. In the county of Sauk on the third Tuesday in March ard on the third Tuesday in September.

SECTION 2. Every general term in the counties Columbia, of Columnbia, Dane, Juneau, Marquette and Sauk Dane Judecau.

and shall be a special term for the whcle judicial Sauk general circuit.

terms for cir. SECTION 3. All acts or parts of acts conflicting with the provisions of this act are hereby repealed.

SECTION 4. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication.

Approved February 18, 1891.

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AN ACT to authorize union school district of

the city and town of Ripon to borrow money to
build and equip a school building in the city of
Ripon, Wisconsin.

The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented

in senate and assembly, do enact as follows:

School com-
missioners at

money, and
may

and seating

SECTION 1. The school commissioners of union
Ripon author. school district of the city and town of Ripon, in

the state of Wisconsin, shall have power and are
school orders hereby authorized to borrow an amount of money
for building not exceeding the sum of fifteen thousand dollars
school house. ($15,000.00), for the purpose of defraying the ex-

penses of building a school house, heating and
seating the same in said union school district, on
lots ono (1), and four (4), of block six (6), Ceresco
plat (now the city of Ripon) owned by said union
school district, and the said school commissioners
shall have power and are hereby authorized to is-
sue school orders of said union school dis-
trict to an amount not exceeding fifteen thousand
dollars ($15,000.00). Said school orders shall be
known and called: "School house Orders,” and
shall be in such form and of such an amount,
payable at such times, not exceeding 'ten years
from the date of issue to such persons and bear-
ing such rate of interest not exceeding six per
cent. per annum, as the school commissioners of
said union school district shall by resolution
direct, and such school orders shall be issued, held
and used, and the proceeds thereof applied for the
purpose of building, seating and heating a school-
house in said union school district and for no
other purpose.

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

Approved February 18, 1891.

No. 176, A.]

[Published February 19, 1891.

CHAPTER 8.

AN ACT to fix the time for holding terms of

court in the Seventh judicial circuit.

The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented

in senate and assembly, do enact as follows:

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al circuit.

SECTION 1. The terms of circuit court for the Terms of the Seventh judicial circuit shall be held as follows: seventh judici

For the county of Marathon, the first Monday in May and the first Monday in November.

For the county of Lincoln, the first Monday in March and the second Monday in October.

For the county of Portage, the third Monday in November and the fourth Monday in March.

For the county of Waupaca, the third Monday in Jaguary and the second Monday in June.

or the county of Waushara, the third Tuesday in April and the last Tuesday in September.

For the county of Wood, the fourth Monday in May and the second Monday in December; provided, that in the year 1891 the terms of court in Actions, mo Lincoln county shall be held on the second Mon- ceedings al. day in July and on the second Monday in Oc- for trial in tober, and actions, motions or proceedings already shall be for

, noticed or ordered for trial or hearing at the trial or hearing term of court to be held under the existing law in May, 1891. the county of Marathon, on the first Monday in March, 1891. shall be considered as being for trial or hearing at the term held according to this act, in Marathon county, on the first Monday in May, 1891, and jurors or witnesses subpoenaed, drawn or summoned to attend at the term in Marathon county, held on the first Monday in March, 1891, shall attend at the term commencing on the first Monday in May, by the terms of this act, without further notice or service of process. There shall No term in Lin be no term held in Lincoln county in March, 1891. March, 1891.

Every general term in each of said counties shall be a special term for all the other counties in said circuit.

SECTION 2. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication. Approved February 19, 1891.

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