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Shawano, Wisconsin, the same to be paid only upon delivery of a full release and discharge of all claim and demand against the state of Wisconsin or any officer or employe thereof by reason of such death.

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

Approved April 24, 1891.

No. 299, A.]

(Published May 11, 1891.

CHAPTER 460.

AN ACT to amend section 9, of chapter 374, of

the laws of 1887, entitled, "An act to secure the

better preservation of game.” The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented

in senate and assembly, do enact as follows:

ter 374, laws of

SECTION 1. Section 9, of chapter 374, of the Amends chap laws of 1887, is hereby amended by striking out 1887. the word "mink," so that said section when amended shall read as follows: Section 9. It shall Closed season. be unlawful to take, catch, kill or destroy, or have in possession when so killed or taken, any otter, marten or fisher, between the first day of May and the succeeding first day of November.

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

Approved April 21, 1891.

No. 261, A.]

[Published May 12, 1891.

CHAPTER 461.

AN ACT to amend section 693, of chapter 36, of

the revised statutes, entitled, “Of the county board,” as amended by chapter 87, of the laws of 1885.

Amends sec.

, R. ,

pository for

treasurer.

The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented

in senate and assembly, do enact as follows:

SECTION 1. Section 693, of chapter 36, revised €93. B.S., as statutes, as amended by chapter 87, of the gen

eral laws of 1885, is hereby amended by striking out of said section the figures “1881,” where they appear in the next to the last line in said section, and by inserting in lieu thereof the fig. ures “1590"; also by striking out of said section the word "six,” where it appears in the last line in said section, and by inserting in lieu thereof the

word “four," so that said section when so amended, County board shall read as follows: Section 693. The county may select de board of every county may annually, at their first funds in hands meeting or within the month of June, and as often of county

thereafter as they shall determine, select some bank, banks or banking association, with which all funds then in the county treasury, or which shall thereafter be received by the treasurer of such county, shall be deposited; provided, however, that such bank, banks or banking association shall, before receiving such funds, give security in the same manner as is now required of the treasurer of such county, for the safe keeping and proper disbursement of such funds, which security shall be approved by the county board; such county board shall, before or after so selecting depositor: ies, contract with them for the payment to such county of such interest upon the funds deposited as they may mutually agree upon; and the county board may, at any time, when in their opinion the safety or interest of the county requires it, direct all sums so deposited by the county treasurer to be paid into the county treasury, or to such other bank or banks as they may select. This act shall not apply to counties in which the total

assessed valuation as determined by the state board of assessment for the year 1890, is less than four millions of dollars.

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

Approved April 24, 1891.

No. 242, A.]

[Published May 9, 1891. CHAPTER 462.

AN ACT to amend section 408, of the revised

statutes of 1878, as amended by chapter 214, of the laws of 1883, as amended by chapter 7, of the laws of 1835, relatiog to appropriation for teachers' institutes.

.

as amended.

The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented

in senate and assembly, do enact as follows:

SECTION 1. Section 408 of the revised statutes Amends sec. of 1878, as amended by chapter 214, of the laws 408, R. S. 1878. of 1883, as amended by chapter 7, of the laws of 1885, relating to appropriations for teachers' institutes, is hereby amended by striking out the word “seven where it occurs in the second line of said section, and inserting in lieu thereof the word “eight," and by striking out the word "five" where it occurs in the fourth line of said section and inserting in lieu thereof the word "six," and by inserting in chapter seven, of the laws of 1885, after the word “university," in the twentyfifth line, the words, “or such other competent person as the state superintendent may designate," so that said section, when so amended, shall read as follows: Secticn 408. For the purpose mentioned in the preceding section, the said board may use dueting teach

. such sum, not exceeding eight thousand dol. State superius lars in any year,

it

may deem neces Select lecturers eary, of which not exceeding six thousand at institutes. dollars shall be paid from the normal school fund income, and not exceeding two thousand dollars from the general fund, and the state superintendent may use such additional sum, not ex- . ceeding one thousand dollars, to be also paid from

Funds for con

tudent may

as it

the general fund, as he shall deem proper, for the purpose of providing public lectures in connection with such institutes, by the professor of the the. ory and art of teaching of the university, or such other competent person as the state superintendent may designate, and such amounts as shall be so expended, are hereby annually appropriated from the said funds respectively.

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

Approved April 24, 1891.

No. 54, A.]

[Published May 12, 1891.

CHAPTER 463.

AN ACT to amend section 290, of the revised

statutes of 1878, relating to distribution of sta

tionery. The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented

in senate and assembly, do enact as follows:

Amend sec. 290,
R.S. 1878.

State station ery, how dis

ten order,

SECTION 1. Section 290, of the revised statutes of 1878, is hereby amended so as to read as fol. lows, to-wit: Section 290. The state stationery,

when purchased, shall be deposited with the tributed: to be said superintendent for safe keeping and disdrawn on writ. bursement.

He shall charge himself in the books of his office with all stationery purchased and received by him, at cost price, and shall keep separate accounts with each state officer, the supreme court, the legislature, and other officers and institutions to whom he shall furnish stationery as required by law. In addition to the stationery required by law to be furnished to the legislature, its officers, clerks, employes, reporters and committees, the said superintendent shall furnish all necessary stationery as follows, and to no others: To the governor, or his private secretary, for his office; to the secretary of state, or his as. sistant, for his office; to the chief clerk of the land office, for his office; to the state treasurer, or his assistant, for his office; to the state treasury agent for his office; to the attorney general, or his assistant, for his office; to the state superintendent, or his assistant, for his office; to the clerk of the supreme court, for the supreme court; to the corresponding secretary of the state historical Society, for its rooms; to the adjutant-general, or his assistant, for his office; to the quartermaster general, or his assistant, for his office; to the secretary of the state agricul. tural society, for said society; to the railroad commissioner, or his deputy, for his office; to the insurance commissioner, or his deputy, for his office; to the secretary of the board of control, for the use of said board; to the state librarian, for the use of the state library; to the warden of the state prison, for his office; to the commissioner of labor statistics, for bis office; to the state veterinarian, for his office; to the superintendent of public property, for his office. "No clerk, or any state officer, or any department of the state, shall be permitted to receive any stationery unless on the written order of some of the persons above described.

SECTION 2. All acts and parts of acts inconsistent with the provisions of this act, are hereby repealed.

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

Approved April 24, 1891.

No. 803, A.]

[Published May 12, 1891.

CHAPTER 464.

AN ACT to amend section 905, of the revised

statutes, relating to villages.

The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented

in senate and assembly, do enact as follows:

SECTION 1. Section 905, of the revised statutes Aniends sec. of the state of Wisconsin, is hereby amended so 305. R. S. 1878. as to read as follows: Section 905. The village board may cause any street, or any part of any

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