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twenty, twenty one, and twenty-two east, lying north of the line commencing at the northwest corner of section thirty, in township thirty-five north, of range twenty east, and running thence along section lines east to the Menomonie river, is hereby set off and detached from the said towns of Peshtigo and Wausaukee and erected into a separate town under the name and title of the
town of Amberg. Town created. SECTION 2. The said town of Amberg is hereby
created and organized with all the rights, powers and privileges by law granted to other towns in this state, and subject to all the general laws en
acted for town government therein. Boundaries of
SECTION 3. All that portion of the town of tigo and Wau: Peshtigo described as follows, to.wit: East half of ed.
township thirty-four north, of range nineteen east; west half of township thirty.four north, of range twenty east, and all of township thirty-five north, of range nineteen east, and sections four, five, six, seven, eight, bine, thirteen, fourteen, fif. teen, sixteen, seventeen and eighteen, in township thirty-three north, of range twenty east, is hereby detached from the town of Peshtigo and attached to and made a part of the town of Wausaukee.
SECTION 4. The first town meeting in said town lags.
of Amberg shall be held on the first Tuesday of April, 1891, in the school-house in the village of Pike, and the inspectors of said town meeting shall be Alexander Martin, A. H. Buckman, and E. S. Spears, if present at the time and place ap. pointed, or if not present, the person or persons necessary to fill any vacany shall be selected by the electors of said town present at such time and place; and the requisite number of clerks for such town meeting shall be chosen by such electors from the persons present at such time and place.
SECTION 5. This act shall take effect and be in force on and after its passage and publication.
Approved April 4, 1891.
No. 559, A.]
[Published April 8, 1891.
AN ACT to amend chapter 381, laws of 1889,
amendatory to the city charter of Marinette.
(See Vol. 2.)
No. 690, A.]
[Published April 8, 1891.
AN ACT amending the charter of the city of
(See Vol. 2.)
No. 151, S.]
[Published April 6, 1891.
AN ACT to establish the terms of court in the
Fifteenth judicial circuit.
The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented
in senate and assembly, do enact as follows: SECTION 1. The several terms of the circuit Terms of court court in the Fifteenth judicial circuit shall be held in Fifteenth
ciron and after January 1, 1892, as follows: In the cuit. county of Ashland on the last Monday of May, third Monday of September, and the last Monday of November; in the county of Bayfield on the first Monday of May, and the first Wednesday of November; in the county of Price on the third Monday of April and the third Monday of October;
in the county of Taylor on the first Wednesday of April and the first Monday of October; in the county of Sawyer on the third Monday of May
and the third Monday of November. Judge may
SECTION 2. The presiding julge of said circuit despensing may make and file an order at least fifteen days ing a jury.; prior to any general term of court, in any county
in said circuit, that no juror shall be summoned to attend such general term when it shall appear that there is no necessity therefor, and said judge shall also be empowered to adjourn any general or extra term of said court in any of the counties of said circuit to the next ensuing general term, or over any general terms of court in any of said
counties in said circuit. Grand jurors SECTION 3. Grand jurors shall not be summoned unless moned to attend any term of court in said circuit order made.
unless the judge thereof shall make and file with the clerk at least fifteen days before the sitting of said court, an order in writing directing such
jury to be summoned. Each general SECTION 4. The several general terms of court eral counties to in each county in said circuit shall be a special be a special term for all other counties in said circuit.
SECTION 5. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication, and all acts and parts of acts in conflict with this act are hereby repealed.
Approved April 4, 1891.
not to be sum
term in the sev
term for the whole circuit.
AN ACT to prevent deception in the sale and use
of imitations of dairy products. The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented
in senate and assembly, do enact as follows:
Imitation butter and cheese to be marked as such.
SECTION 1. No person shall sell, exchange, expose or offer for sale or exchange, or ship, or consign, or have in his possession with intent to sell, ship or consign, any substance purporting,
appearing, or represented to be butter or cheese, or having the semblance of either butter or cheese, which substance is not made wholly and directly from pure milk or cream, salt and harmless coloring matter, unless it be done under its true name, and each vessel, package roll or parcel of such substance has distinctly and durably painted, stamped, stenciled or marked thereon, the true name of such substance in ordinary bold faced capital letters, not less than five line pica in size, or sell or dispose of in any manner to another, any such substance in quantities less than the original package, without delivering with each amount sold or disposed of, a label on which is plainly and legibly printed in ordinary bold-faced capital letters not less than five line pica in size, the true name of such substance.
SECTION 2. No person or persons shall manu- Butter and facture out of any oleaginous substance or be made from substances, or any compound of the same, other any only subthan that produced wholly, directly, and at the than milk or time of manufacture, from unadulterated milk or cream, salt and harmless coloring matter, any article in imitation of or designed to be sold, ship ped, or consigned as butter or cheese. Nothing in this section shall prevent the use of pure skimmed milk in the manufacture of cheese, but cheese made wholly or in part from skimmed milk shall be plainly labeled "skimmed."
SECTION 3. No person or persons shall manu- Same. facture, mix, compound with or add to natural or pure milk, cream, butter or cheese, any ani. mal fats, animal, mineral or vegetable oils, or extraneous butter, fat, or oil, nor shall any person or person3 manufacture any oleaginous or other substance not produced wholly and at the time from pure milk or cream, salt and harmless coloring matter, or have the same in his possession, with intent to offer or expose the same for sale or exchange, or sell, consign, ship or in any manner dispose of the same as and for butter or cheese, nor shall any substance or compound so made be sold or disposed of to any one as and for butter or cheese.
SECTION 4. No person or persons shall sell, ex. Same. change, expose or offer for sale or exchange, dispose of, ship or consign, or have in his possession, any substance or article made in imitation or re
semblance of any dairy product which is falsely
branded, stenciled, labeled or marked. Dealer to post SECTION 5. Every person in this state who potices of true cbaracter of shall deal in, keep for sale, expose or offer for sale commodity.
or exchange, any substance other than butter or cheese, made wholly and directly from pure milk or cream, salt and harmless coloring matter, which appears to be, resembles or is made in imitation of butter or cheese, shall keep a card not less in size than ten by fourteen inches, posted in a conspicuous and visible place, where the same may be easily seen and read, in the store room, stand, tooth, wagon or place, where such substance is so kept or exposed for sale, on which card shall be printed, on a white ground, in bold, black Roman letters, not less in size than twelve line pica, the words "oleomargarine," "butterine," or "imitation cheese," as the case may be, "sold here," and said card shall not contain any other words than the ones above prescribed; and no person shall sell any oleomargarine, butterine, imitation cheese, or other imitation dairy product, at retail or in any quantity less than the original package, tub or firkin, unless he shall first inform the purchaser that the substance is not butter or
cheese, but an imitation of the same. Same as to
SECTION 6. Every proprietor, keeper or mana keepers of hotels, board
ger, or person in charge of any hotel, boarding ing houses, etc.
house, restaurant, eating house, lunch counter, or lunch room, who therein sells, uses or disposes of any substance which appears to be, resembles, or is made in imitation of butter or cheese, under whatsoever name, and which substance is not wholly and directly made from pure milk or cream, salt and harmless coloring matter, shall display and keep a card posted in a conspicuous place, where the same may be easily seen and read, in the dining room, eating room, lunch room, restaurant or place where such substance is sold, used or disposed of, which card shall be white, and in size not less than ten by fourteen inches, upon which shall be printed in plain, bold, black Roman letters, not less in size than twelve line pica, the words oleomargarine used here,” or “butterine used here," or "imitation cheese used here” (as the case may be), and said card shall not contain any other words than the ones above prescribed, and