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ed shall qualify and resume the duties of their respectiv offices, the said county of Juneau shall remain under th jurisdiction of said Adams county, for all county purpose and the business to be transacted with county officers and all county officers so elected at such special election shall enter upon the duties of the office to which they ar severally elected, as soon as they shall legally qualify az

der such election. Terms of court SEO. 4. There is hereby established in the county d Juneau, two terms each year of said circuit court, whic

the judge of the seventh judicial circui at sach time as he shall appoint, until said terms are rego larly established by law. The said judge shall furthe

appoint the times for holding such terms of court, and giv o notice of the same by filing a notice of the same with th

clerk of the circuit court of said county. To transcribe, Sec. 5. The register of deeds of Adams county shall papers of as soon as may be, transcribe into suitable books, all re

cords of conveyance and other papers recorded in hi office at the time this act shall go into operation, relating to real estate, situated in the territory hereby embraced in said county of Junean, and deliver the same to the re gister of deeds, who shall be elected in said county o Juneau, and shall receive therefor the compensation nor

established by law for like services. County seat. SEC. 6. The county seat of said county of Juneau sha

be and hereby is located at the village of New Lisbor in town sixteen, range three, east of the fourth princ pal meridian.

SEO. 7. This act shall be in force and go into effect of the first day of January, A. D. 1857.

Approved Oct. 13, 1856.

CHAPTER 131.

!! :- i . Published October 17. An Act to provide for levying a State Tax for the year 1856. "The people of the State of Wisconsin, represented in Se nate and Assembly, do enact as follows :

SECTION 1. There shall be levied and collected for th year 1856, a state tax of three hundred thousand dollare

State tax.

300,000) to be apportioned among, and assessed upon the
everal counties of this state, as provided in chapter
eventy-three (73), of the session laws of 1854, entitled":
an act to 'establish a board of equalization of state
ix, and to provide for levying a state tax for the year
854," approved April 1st 1851: and sball be levied upon
he property real and personal in this state, according to
je equalization to be made the present year, by state
oard of equalization, which tax shall be levied, collected
nd paid into the state treasury, as provided by law. .

Sec. 2. The state board of equalization shall within ten Equalization.
ays after the passage of this act proceed to, and make
he equalization aforesaid, and immediately certify the
ame to the several counties in this state, as provided by
2w, to have full force and effect for the year 1856. .

Seo. 3: This act shall take effect immediately after its
assage, and shall be immediately printed, and ten printed
opies thereof sent to the clerk of the board of super.
isors of every county in this state-by the secretary of
tate.
Approved October 13, 1856.

CHAPTER 132.

Published November 14.
da Act to prevent the spreading of a weed, known by the name of

Suapdragon.
The people of the State of Wisconsin, represented in
Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:

SECTION 1. No person or persons residing upon or occu. To prevent the
ying any land within this state, either as owner, lessee or growth of ry
therwise for purposes of cultivation, shall knowingly snapdragon.
ermit or allow the weed known by the name of Snap-
ragon, to go to seed on such land, under the pains and
enalties prescribed in the following section:

Sec. 2. Any person or persons violating the provisions Punishment I the preceding section, shall be deemed guilty of a mis for pot com

plying with emeanor, and shall on conviction thereof, be punished his action y a fine not exceeding one hundred dollars nor less than ve dollars.

dacultivater as oupono

Justices of Sec. 3. Justices of the peace shall have jurisdictio peace to have within their respective counties of all violations of thi jurisdiction.

act, and it shall be competent for any person to complai of and prosecute any person or persons violating the pro visions of this act.

Approved October 13, 1856.

CHAPTER 133.

Published November 15.

An Act to authorize the Town Board of Supervisors to levy a Special Tal

for the purpose of constructing and maintaining Permanent Bridges.

The people of the State of Wisconsin, represented i

Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows: Supervisors SECTION 1. The respective boards of supervisors in an may levy & town in this state are hereby authorized and empowere bridge tax.

to levy and collect a tax on all the taxable property such town, for the purpose of rebuilding and maintainin suitable and permanent bridges across any river, strear or creek in any such town, whenever the board of super visors of any such town shall deem*it necessary, for th public interest and convenience, to rebuild repair or mail

tain any such bridge: Provided, That no such tax sha Proviso.

exceed the sum of three hundred dollars for any bridge and not more than one such tax shall be levied and co lected in any one year in any of said towns : And on vided further, That all the supervisors agree in levyin

and assessing such táx. · When levied. SEC. 2. Said tax shall be levied and collected wheneve

any of said board of supervisors shall decide, in the sam
manner as other town taxes are levied and ccllected.
. Sec. 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from

and after its passage. + t ,

... Approved October 13th, 1856.

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CHAPTER 134.

Published November 14.

Act regulating the Terms of the Circuit Court in the county of Waukesha, and the Terms of the Circuit Court in the County of Milwaukee

The people of the State of Wisconsin, represented in imate and Assembly, do enact as follows: SECTION 1. The terms of the circuit court in and for the Terms of court janty of Milwaukee, shall be holden and commence as in Milwaukee llows: On the second Monday in February, on the third coul

Fahrriary on the third county.. " fonday in April, on the fourth Monday in June, on the ird Monday in September, and on the fourth Monday in ecember in each year. Seo. 2. The first Jurors for the April and December Jurors. rms of the circuit court, in said county, shall be sum. oned to attend on Monday of the second week on said rms. SEC. 3. The supervisors of the county of Milwaukee, Supervisors to all select and return to the clerk of the circuit court, in return list of le manner provided by law, at their annual meeting in jurors. ovember, a list of one hundred and eighty petit jurors. Sec. 4. The terms of the circuit court, in and for the Terms of unty of Waukesha, shall be holden and commence as Waukesha llows: On the fourth Monday in March, on the second cour onday in June, and on the third Monday in November each year. Sec. 5. All writs and process issued out of the said Writs, &c. rcuit and county courts, after this act shall take effcct, when return

able. all be made returnable at the respective terms of the lid courts as herein fixed, except when otherwise made turnable by order of a court or judge, in pursuance of w; and all writs and process which may be issued and lade returnable at any term which is hereby changed or brogated, shall be deemed and taken to be returnable on le first day of the next ensuing term of said courts res. ectively. SEO. 6. This act shall take effect and be in force from nd after its passage. Approved October 13th, 1856.

CHAPTER 135.
Published November 15.

An Act to provide for the purchase of a certain number of copies of Web.

ster's Unabridged Dictionary and for their distribution to the several school districts of this State.“

tionary.

The people of the State of Wisconsin, represented in

Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows : Superintend. SECTION 1. The superintendent of public instruction is ent to parchage hereby authorized to purchase and distribute three hun 300 copies of Webster's dic. dred copies of Webster's Unabridged Dictionary upon the

same terms and under the same provisions of an act entitled "an act to provide for the purchase of a certain number of copies of Webster's Unabridged Dictionary, and for their distribution to the several public schools of this state," approved March 21st, 1855, and all the provisions for the payment and for the distribution of the said three hundred dictionaries in said act of March 21st, 1855, are hereby

applied to this. Distribution of Sec. 2. Where there is more than one school taught in same. any one school district in this state, or where there is more

than one school department in any school building, then, : in such cases, such school or each department in a school,

shall be entitled to one of said dictionaries. Superintendo SEO. 3. It is hereby made the duty of said superintenent's report. dent to report annually as a part of his annual report, the

whole number of copies by him distributed to what counties distributed, and the time of distribution.

Sec. 4. This act shall take effect from and after its passage and publication.

Approved October 13, 1856.

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