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SESSION LAWS

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Acts
Resolutions and Memorials

Passed at the Biennial Session of the

Legislature, 1919

The Acts are Numbered in Consecutive Chapters in the Order in

Which They are Received from the Governor

Published by Authority

MADISON, WIS.
DEMOCRAT Printin Co., STATE PRINTER

1919

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Wisconsin Session Laws, 1919

No. 29, S.)

[Published February 7, 1919.

CHAPTER . AN ACT relating to expert and clerical assistants for the joint

committee on finance, and making an appropriation therefor. The people of the State of Wisconsin, represented in Senate arid

Assembly, do enact as follows:

SECTION 1. The joint committee on finance and the legislature of the session of 1919 are empowered to employ trained experts in accounting and statistics and such other assistants as may be necessary. Such experts and assistants shall be exempt from the provisions of chapter 16 and subsection 1 of section 13.14 of the 1917 statutes.

SECTION 2. There is appropriated out of the general fund for the legislative sessions of 1919 a sum, sufficient to carry out the provisions of this act, not to exceed thirty-five hundred dollars, the same to be paid upon the approval and order of the chairmen of the senate and assembly divisions of the joint committee on finance. Said appropriation to be available for any bills for help incurred by the committee since the date of its organization.

This act shall take effect as of January 14, 1919.
Approved February 6, 1919.

No. 34, S.]

[Published February 12, 1919.

CHAPTER 2. AN ACT relating to the purchase of furniture, furnishings and

equipment by the superintendent of public property, and making an appropriation therefor. The prople of the State of Wisconsin, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows: Section 1. There is hereby appropriated to the superintedent of public property for the purchase of furniture, furnings and equipment for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1919, an amount not to exceed twenty-five hundred dollars.

SECTION 2. lication.

This act shall take effect upon passage and pub

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No. 38, S.)

[Published February 12, 1919.

CHAPTER 3.
AN ACT to amend subsection (1) of section 20.14 of the statutes,

relating to the free library commission, and making an ap

propriation. The people of the State of Wisconsin, represented in Senate and

Assembly, do .citàct as follows:

SECTION 1: Subsection (1) of section 20.14 of the statutes is amended to read: (20.14) (1) Annually, beginning July 1,

1919, thirty-three thousand five hundred dollars for the execution of the functions of said commission, other than the work of the legislative reference library and other than the purposes of subsection (2) of this section. Further, all moneys received by each and every person for or on account of said commission shall be paid, within one week after receipt thereof, into the general fund, and are appropriated and added to this appropriation. The members of the commission shall receive no compensation, but shall be paid their actual and necessary traveling expenses incurred in the discharge of their official duties.

SECTION 2. This act shall take effect upon passage and publication.

Approved February 11, 1919.

No. 211, S.]

[Published March 4, 1919.

CHAPTER 4.
AN ACT to amend section 35.63, to repeal section 35.69 and to

create a new section to be numbered 35.69 of the statutes, re

lating to official state paper and fees for state printing. The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented in Senate and

Assembly, do enact as follows:

SECTION 1. Section 35.63 of the statutes is amended to read: 35.63. The legislature shall declare some newspaper published in Wisconsin to be the official state paper, in which shall be published all the laws, advertisements, proclamations and communications of every nature which may now or hereafter be required to be officially published. Any such publication from

cither of the state departments in such paper shall be deemed urcial. lntil a further designation is made the

Miluuukte Sentinel of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is declared to be the ocial state paper.

SECTION 2. Section 35.69 of the statutes is repealed.

SECTION 3. A new section is added to the statutes to be numDered and to read: 35.69 The compensation to the official state paper for the original printing of the laws and to said paper and all other newspapers printed in cities of the first class for reprinting any law or for printing all election and other notices, all accounts, fiscal statements, advertisements, proclamations or other inatter required to be published at the expense of the state shall equal the amount regularly received by such newspaper for the same amount of advertising space, not exceeding, however, tighty cents per folio for the first insertion and forty-five cents per folio for each subsequent insertion. The rates in the case of other papers shall not exceed sixty cents per folio for the first insertion and forty-five cents per folio for each subsequent insertion. The price in full for the publication in any paper of advertisements of the sale of school, university or other public lands shall not exceed fifty cents each description whenever the advertisement contains fifteen descriptions or more. All expenditures for transportation, communication, and delivery incidental to any such printing shall be borne by the paper doing the same.

SECTION 4. This act shall take effect upon passage and pubEeation.

Approved February 28, 1919.

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[Published March 5, 1919.

CHAPTER 5. AN ACT to create section 6.015 of the statutes, relating to the

granting to women the right to vote for presidential electors. The prople of the state of Wisconsin, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:

SECTION 1. A new section is added to the statutes to read: 6.015 Every woman who is a citizen of this state, of the age of twenty-one years or upwards, who has resided within the state one year and in the election district where she offers to vote ten days preceding any election at which presidential electors are to be elected and who is not a pauper or excluded by section 2 of artiele 3 of the constitution, may vote at such election for presi

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