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An Ac, or se ref Jf the County of Iowa. THE People of the State of Wisconsin represented in Senate and Assenbiy, do enact as follows:

SECTION 1. The Secretary of State is hereby authorized and Arrearage tax- required, on his being furnished with satisfactory proof by the es, &c., ie Init- Supervisors of the county of Iowa, to certify the amount now

standing against said county for arrearage ostaxes, that has resulted from double assessment and taxation of property in said coun

and he State Treasurer is hereby required to credit the amount so certified to the aunty of Iowa. .

MOSES M. STRONG,

Speaker of the Assembly, SAMUEL W. BEALL,

Lt. Governor, and President of the Senate. Approved, January 21, 1850.

NELSON DEWEY.

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Chap 4.
An Act to provide for the assessment and collection of the taxes for the year

1849, in the town of koskonovg.
THE People of the State of Wisconsin rrıresented in Senat:
end Assembly, do enaci as follows :

.: NECTION 1. The supervisors of the town of Koskonong, ir To point as the county of Jefferson, are hi rehy authorized to appoint, by

warrant under their hands, any number of persons not exceeding five, to make an assessment of the taxable pr .perty in said to v who shall. previous to entering upon their duties, severally tak and subscribe the o:1th prescribed by law to be taken and sub scribed by town assessors.

SECTION 2. The persons so appointed and qualified, sia! Assessment to thereupon immediately proceed to ascertain and assess the valur to be made.

of the taxable property in said towi, and complete, review, correc. and certify the assessment roll thereof, in the manner prescribe by an aet to provide for the assessment and collection of taxes, passed at the January session of the legislature of the State i Wisconsin in 1849, and shali Jeliver the same to the town cler of said town.

Sction 3. The said as essn. nt roll, when completed and di To be vsuid. livered as aforesaid, shall be of equal validity to, and shall has

the same force and exect to all intents and purposes, of an asses inent roll of said towr, murde, rrected and delivered, to the tow clerk hereof, within the wines and in the manner prescribed 5 said act.

SECTION 4. . The time for the completion and review of sax

rall shall be the eigh eth day of february, eighteen hundre then to be and fiftv, at'ten o'cloen, i. V. The time for the delivery of .-mpleted,

copy of the assessm lule wire mixiant annexed, to the trea surer or said town, is 1 ssong Clended to the twenty-fifth day o February, cighteen kama nily, and the tiine for the pay

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ment of the state and county taxes apportioned to said town, is ex. tended to the twenty-fifth day of March, eighteen hundred and when taxes to fifty, and the town clerk and treasurer of said town, are hereby be paid. invested with all the powers necessary by law, for making out and collecting the town, county, and state taxes within the time above specified.

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

MOSES M. STRONG,

Speaker of the Assembly,
SAMUEL W. BEALL,

Lt. Governor, and President of the Senate.
Approved, January 22, 1850.

NELSON DEWEY.

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An act to change the terms of the Circuit Courts herein named. Chap. 5. THE People of the State of Wisconsin represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows :

SECTION 1. The terms of the Circuit Court in the third judi- Third Circuit cial circuit, shall be holden at the times and places following, that

In the county of Portage, on the last Monday in February, and the first Monday in September in each year.

In the county of Sauk, on the first Monday in March, and the second Monday in September in each year,

In the county of Marquette, on the second Monday in March, and the third Monday in September in each year.

In the county of Columbia, on the third Monday in March, and the fourth Monday in September in each year.

In the county of Dodge, on the fourth Monday of March, and the first Monday in October in each year.

In the county of Washington, on the second Monday in April, and third Monday in October in each year.

SECTION 2. That the terms of the Circuit Court in the second Second Cirjudicial circuit, in the following named counties, shall be holden cuit. at the times and places following, that is to say:

In the county of Milwaukee, on the second Monday in February, the first Monday in May, and the third Monday in September in each year.

In the county of Dane, on the first Wednesday after the second Monday in April, and the second Monday in Ociober in each year.

Section 3. The persons drawn to serve as petit jurors for the several Circuit Courts in the third and fourth judicial circuits, Petit jurors to shall be summoned to appear before said courts, at or before the be summoned. hour of eleven o'clock, A. M. on the first day of the terms thereof. SECTION 4. All writs, summons, indictments, recognizances,

Writs &c., and other proceedings, made returnable by any law of this state now in force to the terms of the several circuit courts mentioned

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dred and twenty dollars, in full for services as commissioner in locating state lands.

MOSES M. STRONG,

Speaker of the Assembly. SAMUEL W. BEALL,

Lt, Governor and President of the Senate. Approved .anuary 26th, 1850.

NELSON DEWEY.

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Chap. 11: An Act to amend an act entitled an act to incorporate the village of Sheboy

gan, and to vacate a part of the plat of said village. THE People of the State of Wisconsin, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact us follows :

SECTION 1. The limits of said village shall be so extended as Boundary of to include all piers or wharves extending into Lake Michigan in village.

said village; and the trustees thereof shall have and may exercise the power to pass ordinances or by-laws regulating the construction of all piers, wharves, or docks, in said village, and to prescribe and regulate the pricar to be charged for pierage, wharfage, or dockage thereon; and all streets and alleys of said village, north of the north line of Huron street, west of the west line of Twelfth street, and west of the east line of Spruce street, and south of the south line of Kentucky street, are hereby declared vacated and discontinucd; [Provided, This act] shall not be construed to alter or change the corporate limits of said village.

Sec. 2. The annual compensation of the treasurer of said Compensation village shall not exceed five per cent. of the tax levied upon the and duty of

property of the same, to be paid quarterly from the treasury, treasurer.

and he shall pay all moneys which may be collected by virtue of any law, or which may arise from any source, and come into his hands by virtue of his office, into the treasury of said corporation.

Sec. 3. The trustees of said village shall receive no compensation for their services.

Sec. 4. The compensation of the clerk of said village shall not exceed fisty dollars per annum. Sec. 5. This act shall take effect from and after its passage.

MOSES M. STRONG,

Speaker of the Assembly, SAMUEL W. BEALL,

Lt. Governor and President of the Senate: Approved January 26th, 1850.

NELSON DEWEY.

An act in relation to the collection and return of taxes, and sale of lands for un Chap 9.

paid taxes in the city of Milwaukee, for the year 1819.

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

Section 1. The time for collection and making returns of taxes levied and assessed in the city of Milwiukee lur the year 1849, Timne exteris hereby extended to the second Monday of February, A. D. 1850. ded.

Sec. 2. The treasurer of said city is hereby required to cause to be published, in some daily newspaper published in the city of Milwaukee, for fifteen days previous to the second Nionday of February, A. D. 1859, the following notice, to wit: Notice is hei by given, that the tax lists of the several wards in the city of Treasurer to

publish notice. Milwaukee for the year 1819, have been placed in my hands for the purpose of collecting the taxes therein contained and mentioned; all persons having taxes to pay will take notice that the same must be paid on or before the second Monday of February, A. D. 1850, or in default thereof, in pursuance of law, I shall on the ihird Mon-Form of no-1 day of February, A. D. 1850, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the tice. court house in the city of Milwaukee, commence selling the lots and lands in said tax lists contained, upon which any taxes shall remain unpaid, or so much thereof as will pay and satisfy all taxes which may be assessed thereon, together with all costs and other liabilities which shall occur according to law, by advertisement and sale of the same. Given under my hand this

A. D. 1850.
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City Treasurer. Sec. 3. In case the taxes levied anú assessed as aforesaid, upon any real estate in suid city, shall remain unpaid from and after the second Monday of February, A. D. 1850, the treasurer of said city shall, on the third Monday of February A. D. 1850, commence the If tazes ro

main unpaid sale of said real estate, and continue the same from day to day un

the treasurer til so much thereof shall be sold as will pay the taxes, interest, and to make sale. charges due, assessed and charged thereon agreeably to law; and said sale shall be conducted in the same manner, and be subject to the same rules, regulations a'd conditions as is now prorided by the act incorporating said city, and the acts amendatory thereto, unless the same shall conflict with the provisions of this act.

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,

Lt, Governor, and President of the Senate.
Approved, January 24, 1850.

NELSON DEWEY.

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Chap. 12. An act for the relief of “ Union School Districi No. 1," of the town

in the county of Rock.

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THE Prople of ihe State of Wisconsin represented in Senate

and Assembly, do enact as follows: Addition to

SECTIOY 1. All that part of section number thirty-five in the town of Beloit, in the county of Rock, lying east of Rock River, is hereby declared to be a part of and to belong to Union school district number one of the lown of Beloit, and for all purposes, shall be deemed to have been a part of said district from the date of the formation thereof.

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No act of said school district and no proceedings of galized. any school meeting held in and for said district, shall be deemed

invalid or illegal from the fact that the inhabitants of that portion of said section number thirty-five, lying erst of Rock River, in said. town participated in such act or in the proceedings of such meeting.

Sec. 3. The election of officers for said school district at the Elections do- last annual meeting thereof shall not be deemed illegal, from the elared legal. fact that any person or persons elected as a member or members of

the district board at such meeting resided out of the then limits of said district, and upon thai porțion of said section number thirtyfive, specified in the first section of this act; nor for that reason shall any act of such officer or officers be deemed illegal.

Sec. 4. Said school distriet (is) are hereby authorized to levy and May colloct collect all such taxes as have been voted at any regular meeting of taxes, &c

such district, and for the purpose of such levy all that portion of said section number thirty-five, described in the first section of this act, shall be deemed and taken to be a part of said school district.

MOSES V. STRONG,

Speaker of the Assembly,
SAMUEL W. BEALL,

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

NELSON DEWEY.

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An act relating to the assessment and collection of taxes in the county of MM

waukee. Chap 13.

THE People of the State of Wisconsin represented iri Senato and Assembly, do enact as follows:

Sr.ction 1. The annual meeting of the board of supervisors of When bound

the county of Milwaukee, shall be held in the city of Milwaukee at to moet

such place as the board may designate, on the first Monday of September, instead of the Tuesday next succeeding the general election in each year.”

Sec. 2. The word September in section thirty-one, title ivor Month ekan. chapter fifteen of the Revised Statutes, so far only as the same relates ged. and is applicable to the county of Milwaukee is hereby changed to

August, and shoil be so razd and construed in said county,

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