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one postmaster, one assistant postmaster, four doorkeepers, two gallery attendants, who shall act as committee room attendants, one general attendant for the assembly chamber; who shall act as policeman, one document clerk, one document room attendant, one. porter who shall act as washroom attendant, one night watchman, one flagman, two custodians for committee rooms, and twelve messengers. The chief clerks of the senate and assembly shall appoint their own assistants, and may discharge any of said assistants for cause, or from the cessation of the work which made their employment necessary, and upon extraordinary occasions there may be employed in addition to those named, in each house, not to exceed five general clerks. After the legislature has been in session thirty days, the chief clerks of the senate and assembly may employ for each house an assistant index clerk, an assistant enrolling clerk, an assistant engrossing clerk, one ruling clerk, and four comparing clerks, and the committees on engrossed and enrolled bills of the senate and assembly, and the committee on bills on their third reading in the assembly, shall have power to appoint a clerk, should the yood of the service demand it. The chief clerks may employ such copyists as the proper and expeditious transaction of the business of his house may require. Additional clerks for committees may be employed upon extraordinary occasions therefor, but then only upon joint resolution of the two houses. The messengers may be assigned for attendance upon committees when necessary The sergeant-at-arms of each house shall appoint and have full charge of the employes in his department, and shall have full authority to discharge any employes who are found unqualified and unfit for the service assigned to them and employ competent persons in their

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SECTION 2. The chief clerks shall receive a salary of eight hundred dollars each for every regular session, and ten dollars per diem for each special session, and fifty dollars for opening each session, which shall be in full of all services rendered. The other officers and employes of the senate and assembly shall receive pay per diem as follows: The assistant clerks, six dollars each. The journal clerks, bookkeep

ers, assisant bookkeepers, index clerks and sergeant-at-arms, five dollars each. The proof readers, enrolling clerks, engrossing clerks, stationery clerk, assistant index clerks, assistant sergeant-at-arms, postmasters, document room clerks, document room attendants and general attendants of the assembly, clerk of joint committee on claims and clerk of judiciary committee of each house, four dollars each. The assistant postmasters, assistant enrolling clerks, assistant engrossing clerks, and all other committee clerks, three dollars and fifty cents each. The messengers, two dollars each. All other clerks and employes three dollars each. The copyists shall be paid one dollar per day from the date of their employment, and fifteen cents per folio for enrolling, and ten cents per folio for other copying, the term "folio" meaning one hundred words, full count, and only on accepted work. Every clerk or employe on the chief clerk's or sergeant-at-arms' forces shall assist, when required, at any other work than that to which he is regularly assigned, when the good of the service can be promoted thereby. No per Gliem shall be allowed after the close of the session, except for two days to the index clerks, whose duty it shall be within that time to satisfactorily and fully complete the indexing of the journals, and in case such work is not so completed, a sufficient sum shall be reserved from the pay of the clerk who may make the default, to insure the completion of their work.

SECTION 3. All bills, memorials, joint resolu- Printing of tions and the journals of the two houses shall be bills, etc. printed by the state printer, who shall furnish two hundred and fifty copies of each, in form and size as is now provided by law, and shall furnish the senate and assembly with two hundred and fifty proof sheets of the proceedings of each house, printed on tinted print paper, for • examination and correction, and after the proof has been carefully read and all errors eliminated, two hundred and fifty copies of the journal of each house shall be printed in size and form as is now prescribed by law, of which ten copies shall be upon bond paper. He shall also print on good book paper, and bind in half binding with sheep backs and corners, five hundred copies of the journals of each house of the legis

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lature as now prescribed by law; five of the copies printed upon bond paper as aforesaid shall be furnished to the chief clerk of the senate, and five copies to the chief clerk of the

assembly, who shall preserve them until the Journals to be close of the session. After the index shall have de prestiged with been completed, the chief clerk of the senate and

the chief clerk of the assembly shall each cause one copy of the journal and index of the house of which he is such officer, printed on bond paper, to be bound and lettered properly, and shall attach thereto his certificate in writing, that the same is the journal of such house, and shall deliver the same to the secretary of state to be deposited in his office, which printed journals shall be the official record of the legislature. The compensation of the state printer for the printing of bills, memorials, joint resolutions and

the journals, shall be as is now provided by law. Chief clerks to

SECTION 4. The chief clerks of the senate and certify names assembly and sergeant-at-arms of each house secretary of shall certify to the secretary of state the names

of all persons employed in their respective departments, the capacity in which employed, and the amounts respectively due them, which certificate shall be approved by the presiding officer of the house in which they are employed. Upon such certificate the secretary of state shall draw his warrant upon the state treasurer for the amounts therein named, and the same shall be paid out of the state treasury. At the close of each session of the legislature the secretary of state shall publish in the official state paper a

full list of the accounts so audited. Prior joint res. SECTION 5. None of the provisions of this act perseded,

shall be construed to in any way interfere with the joint resolutions heretofore passed at this session of the legislature relating to the appoint

ment of clerks and employes. Prior laws re SECTION 6. Sections 111A and 112 of Sanborn pealed.

and Berryman's Annotated Statutes, chapter 348, laws of 1887, chapters 14, 109, 500 and 522, of the laws of 1889, and chapters 385 and 475 of the laws of 1891, and all other acts and parts of acts conflicting with the provisions of this act, are hereby repealed in so far as they conflict.

SECTION 7. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication.

Approved February 10th, 1893.

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No. 28, S.]

[Published February 20, 1893.

CHAPTER 2.

AN ACT to change the boundaries of the Sixth

and Ninth judicial circuits, and to fix the times for holding the terms of court for the several counties in each of said judicial circuits.

The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented

in senate and assembly, do enact as follows:

SECTION 1. The county of Juneau is hereby Juneau county detached from the Ninth judicial circuit, and is detached. attached to the Sixth judicial circuit.

SECTION 2. The terms of the circuit court for Terms of court the several counties of the Sixth judicial circuit in Sixth

judicial circuit. shall be as follows: For the county of Trempealeau, the first Monday in March, and the first Monday in September. For the county of Vernon. the second Monday in June, and the second Monday in December. For the county of Monroe, the second Monday in April, and the second Monday in October. For the county of La Crosse, the second Monday in May, and the second Monday in November. For the county of Juneau, the third Monday in March, and the third Monday in September. Every general term of Special terms. said court in each of said counties shall be a special term for the whole judicial circuit.

SECTION 3. The terms of the circuit court for Terms of court the several counties of the Ninth judicial circuit

judicial circuit. shall be as follows: For the county of Adams, the first Tuesday in June, and the third Tuesday in December. For the county of Columbia, the second Tuesday in May, and the fourth Tuesday in November. For the county of Dane, the second Monday in January, the Monday after the first Tuesday in April, the fourth Monday in June, and the second Monday in September; but no jury shall be summoned for the term in June. For the county of Marquette, the second Tuesday in June, and the Tuesday after the second Monday in November. For the county of Sauk, the second Tuesday in March, and the second Tuesday in October. Every general term in the Special terms. counties of Columbia, Dane, Marquette and Sauk shall be a special term for the whole judicial circuit.

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SECTION 1. All acts or parts of acts conflicting with the provisions of this act are hereby repealed.

SECTION 5. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication.

Approved February 17th, 1893.

No. 3. S.]

[Published February 27, 1893.

CHAPTER 3.

AN ACT to legalize the action of Geneva Union

school district number one, in the county of Walworth, and of its school board; and to authorize said district to borrow money and issue its negotiable bonds therefor.

The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented

in senate and assembly, do enact as follows:

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SECTION 1. The action of the electors of Ge. neva Union school district number one, embracing the city of Lake Geneva and parts of the towns of Geneva, Lyons and Linn, in the county of Walworth, at the annual meeting of said district in the year A.D. 1892, authorizing the school board to contract for the erection and furnishing of addition to the high school building in said district, and all things done or contracts made by said school board in pursuance of such authority, are hereby ratified and confirmed, and declared in all respects legal and binding upon said dis

trict. May borrow SECTION 2. For the purpose of paying for

said addition, and supplying the necessary furniture, equipment and apparatus therefor, including heating apparatus, said district may by vote, at a special meeting to be held as hereinafter provided, authorize the school board to borrow a sum of money not exceeding seven thousand dol. lars, and execute and deliver to the lender or lend.

ers therefor the negotiable bonds of said district. Special meet. SECTION 3. A special meeting to consider and ing to be held. act upon the matter of said loan, shall be held

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