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STATE OF WISCONSIN,
Department of State. I, T. J. CUNNINGHAM, secretary of state, of the state of Wisconsin, do hereby certify that the foregoing copies of laws, memorials and joint resolutions, have been compared by me with the original enrolled acts, memorials and joint resolutions, deposited in this office, and that they appear correctly printed. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and
affixed the lesser seal of the state, at the capitol, (L. 8.] in the city of Madison, this 24th day of June, A. D. 1891.
T. J. CUNNINGHAM,
Secretary of State.
PREPARED IN ACCORDANCE WITH SEC. 2425, R. S., SHOWING THE NAMES AND POST-OFFICE ADDRESSES OF THE CIRCUIT JUDGES, AND TIMES AND PLACES FOR HOLDING CIRCUIT COURTS IN THE SEVERAL COUNTIES OF WISCONSIN.
Section 2426, R. S., 1878 (as amended by chapter 141, laws of 1885, chapter 294, laws of 1889, and chapter 336, laws of 1891). The judge of any circuit court may by an order entered and recorded in the clerk's office, appoint not to exceed two extra terms of court to be held in any county in his circuit when he shall deem it necessary during any one year, and may or may not, in his discretion, cause jurors therefor to drawn and summoned as for other terms. At such extra terms the same business may be transacted as at a regular term for such county.
No jury shall be summoned for either of the terms to be held in this circuit in the months of June or August. Each term in this circuit shall also be a special term for the whole judicial circuit. - Chapter 32, laws of 1879. See chapter 66, laws of 1889.
No jury shall be summoned for either of the terms to be held in this circuit in the month of June. Every term in the circuit shall be a special term for the whole judicial circuit. Section 2424, Revised Statutes.
JUDGE – GEO. W. BURNELL, OSHKOSH.
Each of the general terms of the circuit court in each of the counties in said third judicial circuit of Wisconsin, and the aforesaid special terms in the said county of Winnebago, shall also be and are hereby declared to be special terms of the circuit court in and for the whole of the third judicial circuit of the state of Wisconsin. - Chapter 134, Laws 1885.
JUDGE - NORMAN S. GILSON, FOND DU LAO.
Ch. 5, L. 1891
Ch. 5, L, 1891
Sheboygan ... 2d Monday in April....
3d Monday in September.. Manitowoc .... Tuesday after 2d Monday in January
Tuesday after 1st Monday in June... } Kewaunee..... 2d Monday in May.....
3d Monday in October..
Ch. 5, L, 1891
Fond du Lac..... Ch, 5, L. 1891
No jury shall be summoned for the terms in February and July unless specially ordered. Every term in the counties of Fond du Lac. Sheboygan and Manitowoc, shall be a special term for the whole judicial circuit, at 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 rending, except the trial of issues of fact by a jury. The terms specified in section 2, shall be a continuation of all terms in the circuit which are not finally adjourned, and the court at the terms mentioned in section 2 shall have the same jurisdictiou as to all judgments, orders or proreedings 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. The circuit court shall always be 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, order or proceeding therein, but when 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 anthorized to hold the same shall attend. No term of court in said circuit shall be at an end until an express order for final adjournment is made and entered, and one term may be adjourned beyond the beginning of the next term in the same county.- Chapter 5, Laws 1891.
Every term in each of said counties shall be a special term for the whole circuit.-Sec. 1, chapter 402, Laus 1887.
2d Monday in June, ..
2d Monday in December...... Jackson* .. 3d Monday in March..
3d Monday in September.. La Crosse..... 24 Monday in May...,
2d Monday in November... Monroe
1st Wednesday after 1st Tuesday in
1st Monday in October.. Trempealeau.. 1st Monday in March
1st Monday in September.... Vernon
4th Monday in April..
Ch. 12, L. 1841
Ch. 12, L. 1801
• Forms part of seventeenth judicial circuit after January, 1892.---Chapter 47, Laws 1891. + Terms changed after January, 1892, except La Crosse See Chapter 397, Laws 1891.
Every general term in the several counties of said circuit shall be also a special term for the whole circuit.- Section 2, Chapter 12, Laws 1891.
* Forms part of sixteenth judicial circuit after January, 1892. - Chapter 41, Laws 1891.
Provided, that in the year 1891 the terms of court in Lincoln county shall be held on the second Monday in July and on the second Monday in Octover, and actions, motions or pro ceedings already noticed or ordered for trial or hearing at the term of court to be held under the existing law in 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 io 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 commending on the first Monday in May, by the terms of this act, without further notice or service of process. There shall be no term held in Lincoln county in March, 1891. Every general term in each of said counties shall be a special term for all the other counties in said circuit.-Chapter 8, Laws 1891.
It shall be lawful for the circuit judge of said court to appoint by order to be filed in the office of the clerk of the circuit court of each county embraced in said circuit, for the whole of said circuit, one special term in each year, at :leh time and place as he shall deem necessary and proper. Said order shall be made and filed at least four weeks before the time appointed for holding any such special term, aud at said special term, any and all business not calling for the intervention of a jury, may be transacted. Every general term in the seventh judicial circuit shall also be a special term for the whole circuit.Chapter 380, Laws of 1801.