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Sæc. 3. The word October in section thirty-four, title fire, Month chan. chapter fifteen of the Revised Statutes, so far only as the same re-ged. lates and is applicable to the county of Milwaukee is hereby changed to September, and shall be so read and construed in said county

Sec. 4. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage.

MOSES M. STRONG,

Speaker of the Assembly,
SAMUEL W. BEALL,

Ll. Governor, und President of the Senale.
Approred, January 28, 1850:

NELSON DEWEY.

An act for the relict of Caiumct county.

Cap. 14. THE People of the State of Pisconsin represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:

Section 1. The state treasurer is hereby required to credit the county of Calumet with the sum of sixty-four dollars and forty; 'To credit. eight cents, being the ainount of state tax levied upon lands owned by the Stockbridge Indians in said county, during the years 1845, 1846, and 1847.

MOSES M. STRONG,

Speaker of the Assembly,
SAMUEL'W. BEALL,

Lt. Governor, and President of the Senate.
Approved, January 28, 1850.

NELSON DEWEY.

An act to appropriate to Romanzo B. Rice the sum therein named.

Chap. 15. THE People of the State of Wisconsin represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:

Section 1. Thai there is hereby appropriated to Romanzo B. Rice, seven hundred and fourteen dollars, in full for the keeping of R. B. Rico. slate prisoners to January 1st, 1850, to wit: David Bonham, John Myers, Joseph Palmer, Wiliam White, James Sumgean, Stephen Crist, and John Guilas, morphine for Palmer, to be paid out of any funds in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated.

MOSES M. STRONG,

Speaker of the Assembly,
SAMUEL W. BEALL,

Lt. Governor, and President of the Senate.
Approved, January 29, 1850.

NELSON DEWEY.

hap. 16. An act to appropriate to James P. Greves the sum therein wamed.

THE People of the State of Wisconsin represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:

Section 1. That there is hereby appropriated to James P. P, Greves. Greves eight dollars, for medical attendance on Palmer and Bon

ham, state prisoners, up to July 13, 1819, to be paid out of any funds in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated.

MOSES M. STRONG,

Speakor of the Assembly, SAMUEL W. BEALL,

L. Governor, and President of the Senate. Approved, January 29, 1850.

NELSON DEWEY.

An act to appropriate to J. & W. H. Cary the sum therein named.

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THE People of the State of Iisconsin represented in Senate and Assembly, do cnact as follows:

Section 1. That there is hereby appropriated to J. & W. H. Cary eighty-six dollars and forty-three cents, for clothing furnished state prisoners up to November 5th, 1849, to be paid out of any funds in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated,

MOSES M. STRONG,

Speaker of the Assembly. SAMUEL W. BEALL,

Lt. Governor, and President of the Senate. Approved, January 29, 1850.

NELSON DEWEY.

An act to appropriate to Jackson Richardson the sum therein named.

lap. 18.

THE People of the State of Wisconsin represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:

Section 1. That there is hereby appropriated to Jackson lichardson. Richardson two hundred and twenty-six dollars and fifty cents, int

full for support of state prisoners to November 10, 1849, to wit:: David J. Odel and Levi Bates, to be paid out of any funds in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated.

MOSES M. STRONG,

Speaker of the Assembly, SAMUEL W. BEÁLL,

Lt. Governor, and President of the Senate. Approved, January 29, 1850.

NELSON DEWEY.

Au act to appropriate to L. T. Rice the sum therein named.

Chap 19. THE People of the State of Wisconsin represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows: Section 1. That there is hereby appropriated to L, T. Rice

1 two hundred and ten dollars, for guarding state prisoners up to L. T. Rico. October 31, 1819, to be paid out of any funds in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated.

MOSES M. STRONG,

Speaker of the Assembly,
SAMUEL W. BEALL,

Lt. Governor, and President of the Senate.
Approved, January 29, 1850.

NELSON DEWEY.

An act to appropriate to Allen W. Hatch the sum therein named.

Chap. 20. THE People of the State of Wisconsin represented in Senate and issembly, do enact us follows :

SECTioN I. That there is hereby appropriated to Allen W. Hatch iwenty-e'ght dollars and ninety five cents, for medicines for A. W. Hatoh. state prisoners up to November 10, 1819, to be paid out of any funds in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated.

MOSES M. STRONG,

Speaker of the Assembly.
SAMUEL W. BEALL,

Lt. Governor, and President of the Senate,
Approved, January 29, 1850.

NELSON DE VEY.

An act to change the name of Charles Depne, and constitute him the adopted son of Joseph G. and Emma D. Knapp.

Chap 21. THE People of the State of Wisconsin represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:

SECTION 1. The name of Charles Depue, of the town of Madison, in the county of Dane, is hereby changed to that of Charles

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ged. Depue Knapp, and by the last mentioned name he shall be hereafter known and recognized.

Sec. 2. The said Charles Depue Knapp shall be known as the adopted son and heir of Joseph Gillett Knapp and his wife Emma D. Knapp, of the said town of Madison, and entitled to all the Made heir at rights and privileges, and subject to all the duties of inheritance, support, and maintainance as fully and effectually, and in the same manner as he might or should do, if he were the legitimate child of the said Joseph G. and Emma D. Knapp.

MOSES M. STRONG,

Speaker of the Assembly,

law.

SAMUEL W. BEALL,

Lt. Governor, and President of the Senale. Approved, January 29, 1850.

NELSON DEWEY.

An aet to provide for a final settiement of the location of the county seat of the Chap. 23.

county of La Fayette.

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THE People of thc State of Wisconsin represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:

Section 1. Il shall and may be lawful for any elector of the Authorized to county of LaFayette to make a case, or statement, in the nature of make statement of votos

a relation, of the votes cast at the general annual election in said cast, & county, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and

forty-eight, upon the question of the location of the county seat of the said county of La Fayette, under and by virtue of the act of the legislature of the late territory of Wisconsin, entitled “an act 10 authorize the voters of Lafayette county to vote for locating the county seat thereof, approved March 11, 1848," as said votes were returned to the office of the clerk of the board of county commissioners of said county, by the judges of elections, of the several precincts of said county :-And also, in like manner set forth the votes cast at the general annual clection in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty-nine, upon the question of the removal of the county seat of said county, under and by virtue of an act entitled "an act to authorize the electors of La Fayette county to vote on the removal of the county scat, approved March 31, 1849," as said votes were returned to the office of the clerk of the board of supervisors of said county, by the inspectors of elections of the several towns of said county; and in each case it shall be necessary to copy, literally, the returns so made from each precinct and town. And when such case, or statement is so made, the same shall be presented to the judge of the circuit court of said county, at the next term thereof, or in vacation, or, to any other judge of the supreme court of this statę, who shall endorse thereon, or annex thereto, a certificate that the same is full, true, and in all respects correct, and sign the same in his official capacity, if satisfied that such is the fact; and is not so satisfied, then, and in that case such judge shall, from the returns made as aforesaid, amend such case, or statement, until he shall be so satisfied, and shall then make and sign such certificate in manner aforesaid.

Sec. 2. When such case, or statement shall be so made and Oass to be cer• certified, the said judge shall certify the same up to the supreme tified to Su.

court, without delay; and it shall be the duty of the clerk of said promo Court.

supreme court, to enter the same on the calendar of causes in said court, in the manner following, that is to say: In the matter of the county seat of LaFayette county, on the relation of (here inserting the name of the relator,] and thereupon the supreme court shall be fully possessed thereof, and shall proceed therein, as hereinafter directed

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Sec. 3. Such relator shall proceed to make out such c 'e, or Relator to statement, and present the same to such judge as aforesaid, ith-make uut bis out delay, and shall make, or cause to be made out, the poinis for which he contends, on or before the first day of the next term of the supreme court, after such judge shall certify as aforesai.'; and shall file ten copies thereof, with the clerk of said court. Such points shall be printed, or written in a fair legible hand; and thereupon, the relator shall be entitled to argue the points so made, and the case generally, ei'her in person or by couns!, in like manner (as near as may be) as upon a writ of error; said court may also hear counsel in opposition to the relation, as in ordinary cases.The said supreme court shall then, upon such relation, case, or statement proceed to, and decide where the county seat of said county is, according to the laws and constitution of this state, and shall enter judgment accordingly.

Sec. 4. Until such judgement shall be rendered as provided in Point to dothe third section of this act, no further expenses shall be incurred, cide. contract or contracts made, by, or with said couniy, by any person or persons, officer or officers, board or boards, on account of, in relation to, for, or about the erection, or purchase of public buildings for said county.

No building Sec. 5. The costs in proceedings under this act shall consist of contracts to be the fees of the clerk of the supreme court, and shall be paid by the let until case relator, in case the final decision of the supreme court shall be disposed of. against the positions by him assumed, otherwise the cost shall be paid by the county of Lafayette aforesaid. Sec. 6. It shall be the duty of the governor to cause this act

How costs to be published without delay; and when the same is so published shall take effect.

MOSES M. STRONG,

Speaker of the Assembly,
SAMUEL W. BEÁLL,

Lt. Governor, and President of the Senates
Approved, January 29, 1850.

NELSON DEWEY.

An act to legalize a certain road in Fond du Lac and Columbia counties.

Chap 24. THE People of the State of Wisconsin represented in Senate ond Assembly, do enact as follows:

That the road running from Waupun, in Fond du Road legalized. Lac county to Fox river bridge in Columbia County, as laid out by Minus Collins, William Jones, and F. Dexter, be, and the same is hereby declared a legal highway.

MOSES M. STRONG,

Speaker of the Assembly,
SAMUEL W. BELL,

Lt. Governor, and President of the Senate.
Approved, January 29, 1850.

NELSON DEWEY.

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