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name of the firm of which he is a member, which endorsement shall be substantially in the following form: Issued by A. B., Plaintiff's attorney. Such summons shall be filed with said justice within twenty-four hours after service thereof, and upon failure to do so the action shall be dismissed.

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

Approved March 19th, 1903.

No. 107, A.]

[Published March 23, 1903.

CHAPTER 21.

AN ACT to amend section 290 of the statutes of 1898, relat

ing to the Superintendent of Public Property and of Stationery.

The people of the state of Wisconsin represented in senate and

assembly do enact as follows:

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Stationery, who entitled to. SECTION 1. Section 290 of the Statutes of 1898, is hereby amended by inserting after the words, “State Veterinarian for his vise, in the twenty-fifth line thereof, the following words: “To the State Supervisor of Inspectors of Illuminating Oils for his use," so that said section when so amended shall read as follows: "Section 290. The state stationery shall be deposited with the superintendent for safe keeping and distribution. 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 office, body and institution to whom he shall furnish stationery. In addition to the stationery required by law to be furnished to the legislature and the lieutenant governor, the superintendent shall furnish all necessary stationery as follows, and to no others: To the governor or his private secretary or his office; to the secretary of state or his assistant 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 treasury 29ent for his office; to the attorney general or his assistant for his office; to the state superintendent or his assistant for his of

fice; to the clerk of the supreme court for said court; to the secretary or librarian 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 board of agriculture for said board; 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 state library; to the commissioner of labor statistics for his office; to the superintendent of public property for his office; to the dairy and food commissioner for his office; to the commissioners of fisheries for their office; to the state fish and game warden for his ofiice; to the forest warden for his use; to the secretary of the free library commission for their use; to the bank examiner or his deputy for his office; to the state veterinarian for his use; to the state supervisor of inspectors of illuminating oils for his use. 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. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication.

Approved March 19th, 1903.

No. 182, A.]

[Published March 23, 1903.

CHAPTER 22.

AN ACT to amend section 3, chapter 410 of the laws of Wis

consin of 1901, relating to the slaughter and appraisement of animals.

The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented in senate and

assembly do enact as follows:

SECTION 1. “Section 3 of chapter 440 of the laws of Wisconsin, of 1901, is hereby amended by inserting after the words "town board” in the 23rd live thereof, “or the state veterinarian or his assistant or any member of the live stock sanitary bard," so that said section when amended shall read as fol

lows: "Section 3 of chapter 440 of the laws of Wisconsin, 1901.

Slaughter and appraisement of animals. SECTION 3. Whenever the owner shall not exercise option and it shall be deemed necessary by the board to slaughter diseased animals, written notice shall be given to the owner, his agent or the person in charge of such animals, and to a justice of the peace in the county in which the animals may be, of the purpose to order the slaughter thereof, giving the number and description of the animals, and the name of the owner, if known. Such notice shall he entered on the docket of such justice, who shall immediately thereafter summon such owner, agent or possessor, and also three disinterested citizens of the county, not residents of the immediate neighborhood in which such animals are owned or kept, to appraise the value thereof. Such appraisers shall befops, entering upon the discharge of their duties, be sworn by shich justice to make a true appraisement without prejudice or favor, of the value of such animals, and they shall certify in their return, that thev have seen the appraised animals slaughtered. In making the appraisement of diseased animals, the appraisers shall determine their value in the condition, in which ther are found at the time of appraisement; but the appraised value of no single animals shall exceed fifty dollars. If such appraised animals are slaughtered, said slaughter shall be made under the direction of the local health officer, or the chairman of the town board, or the state veterinarian, or his assistant, or any member of the live stock sanitary board. The owner of slaughtered animals shall receive no compensation for the same, until the live stock sanitary board is satisfied that the infected premises have been disinfected in such a manner as to prevent the further spread of disease."

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

Approved March 21, 1903.

No. 433, A.]

Published March 25, 1903.

CHAPTER 23.

AN ACT to amend section 1299 of chapter 52 of the statutes

of 1898, relating to temporary logging highways.

The people of the state of Wisconsin represented in senate and

assembly do enact as follows:

How laid; expenses and liability. SECTION 1. Section 1299i of chapter 12 of the statutes of 1898 is hereby amended by striking out all after the word "cease" in the twelfth line of said section to the word "such" in the twenty-first line of said section, so that said section when so amended shall read as follows: Section 1299i. Whenever one or more owners of any timbered land shall present to the supervisors of the proper town a written petition for the laving out of a temporary highway to give them access to such land or therefrom to a stream or railroad, and describe in such petition the land owned by him or them and also that over which they desire such highway laid, such supervisors shall proceed to lay out such highway in the manner in which public highways are laid out except as otherwise provided herein; they shall view the premises described and determine the necessity for laying out such highway for the purpose of removing saw logs, timber or lumber from the land, and the length of time such highway will le required, which time shall be stated in their order, and at the expiration thereof the highway shall cease. Such highways shall be public and all the expense of laving them, including all damages which may be awarded on account of taking land therefor, shall be paid to the supervisors by such petitioners, and shall be by him or them paid to the person in whose favor the award was made. ['pon such payment being made the petitioners may enter upon, open and work such highways at their own expense and construct logging railroads thereon, subject to such restrictions and regulations as shall be made in writing by the supervisors, but no tree shall be out thereon except such as it shall be necessary 10 ren;ove to make a track or tracks. The petitioners for such hig?:ways shall be liable in damages for any injury resulting to persons or property on account of defects therein in the manner and to the extent that towns are liable for injuries caused by defective highways; such liability shall follow the ownership of

the lands for the benefit of which the highway was laid, and the town in which it was situated shall not be liable on account thereof.

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

Approved March 24, 1903.

No. 118, A.]

[Published March 25, 1903.

CHAPTER 24.

AN ACT to authorize St. Croix Falls Wisconsin Improvement

Company, its successors and assigns, to build and maintain a dam across the St. Croix river at or near the village of St. Croix Falls, Polk county, Wisconsin.

The people of the state of Wisconsin represented in senate and

assembly do enact as follows:

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SECTION 1. St. Croix Falls Wisconsin Improvement Company, its successors and assigns, are hereby authorized to build and maintain a dam across the St. Croix river, at such point as it or they may select, at or near the St. Croix Falls, so-called, in said river, for improving naviga tion on said river, and for developing water power therein for the purposes of manufacturing, generating electricity, supply ing municipalities and their inhabitants with light, heat and power, and for any lawful purpose whatever.

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Size; sluiceway; fishway; control of. SECTION 2. Said damn shall not exceed in height fifty (50) feet above low water mark at the point where said dam is built, provided, however, that fashboards may be used to a height ofnot exceeding four (4) feet above the crest of said dam, and provided, always, that said dam shall have a sluiceway, or other fixture, sufficient and so arranged as to permit the free passage of logs, timber and lumber around, through or over said dam, without unreasonable delay or hindrance, and available at all times when said river is at a driving stage and there are logs, timber or lumber to be passed, and provided, further, that there shall be erected and

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