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pastof any of the vfficers of this corporation shall be discovered, a special meeting of the stockholders shall be inmediately called and any charges that may have been preferred against any officer shall be enquired into and on conviction thereof such officer shall be protnptly retrovod, or if any cause or policy in the transaction of the business of this company be pursued contrary to the wishes of a majority of the stockholders, these objections shall be in writing and be filed in the office of this company; and deemed as part and parcel of the by-laws of the corporation.
Sec. 19. The same power which by virtue of this act; is au- Officers how thorized to create, elect, or in any way appoint any of its officers reittuved. shall also have the power to remove such officer at any time on cause shown, but in all cases such officer shall be duly notified and informed of the charges preferred against him.
Sec. 20. The secretary of this corporation shall keep a book Secřetary it in which shall be registered the names of all the stockholders of holder.
pregister Stockthis company, exhibiting their respective places of residence and number of shares of stock held by each, and the directors shall is. sue certificates of shares of stock to the respective stockholders, which shall be signed by the president and secretary, which said shares may be transferred at the will and pleasure of ihe holdet. Provided; that all instalments of stock assessed and due on said Proviso. shares shall first have been paid. In all cases of transfer it shall be by indorsement on the certificate, and the person to whom such transfer is made, shall personally or by his attorney or agent duly authorized, become a party to these presents by signing and sealing the same, and such transfer shall be registered in the register aforesaid, and the old certificate shall be surrendered and cancelled and a new one in like form issued to the assigneo.
Sec. 21. The legislature of the Territory or future State of Wisconsin shall have power at any time to alter, athend or repeal this act.
Sec. 22. This charter shall not be so construed as to give or allow banking, or any other privileges than such as are expressly expressed in this act.
Sec. 23. The said company shall not commence any business under its corporate powers granted by this act, until the full sum When to cottiof iwenty-five thousand dollars of its stock shall be actually paid
mencé bugi. in, and a certificale of which, under the verification of the presi
sent and secretary of said company shall be filed in clic clerk's of: lice of the district court of Sheboygan county. This act shalt take elect from and after its passage.
APPROVED February 21, 1816.
ÁN ACT for the relief of Benton & Garfield.
BE IT ENACTED by the Council and Ilouse of Representatives of the Territory of Wisconsi:
Section 1. There shall be allowed and paid out of the funds in the territorial treasury, to Benton & Garfield, the sum of four hundred seventy-six dollars and thirty-two cents, for stationery and candles furnished the Legislative Assembly for the session of 1839, and '40; and the sun of one hundred ninety-nine dollars and ninety-seven cents for six years interest on the same.
APPROVED January 20, 1816.
AN ACT to authorize Scliool District Ns. I in the
School Town of Wisconsin, in Grant County, to levy an additional tax for paying a debt incurred in building a school house.
BE IT ENACTED by the Council and Ilouse of Representatives of the Territory of Wisconsin:
Section 1. That it shall and may be lawful for the trustees of school district No. 1, in the School town of Wisconsin, in the county of Grani, to levy a lax on the taxable property of said die
trict in addition to the tax now allowed by law, not to exceed the sum of iwo hundred dollars for the purpose of paying the debe now due for building a school house in said district and for no other purpose.
SEC. 2. The said iax shall be collecled and returned in the same manner that is now provided by law for the collection of iaxes for building school houses.
Aprroved February 3r!, 1846.
AN ACT to provide for the payment of the expen
ses of the Legislative Assembly for the year 1846.
BE IT ENACTED by the Council and House of Representatives of the Territory of Wisconsin:
Section 1, There shall be paid out of the sun appropriated by Congress, for defraying the expenses of the present session of the Legislative Assembly of this Territorv, as follows, viz:
To Simeon Mills, for materials for printing done at the last session, one hundred and eighty dollars and sixty.iwo cents.
Also, for folding and stitching inessages, rules, reports and bills at the last session lwenty five dollars.
The above appropriations were passed by the Legislature at their last session and left out of the enrolled bill by the mistake of the clerk.
To S. L. Rood, for stationery, the sum of three hundred seventy-five dolars and ten cents (8375 10.)
To W. H. Foot, for hauling stationery and chairs from Mila waukee, for the use of the Legislative Assembly, niveleen dollars.
To Darwia Clark, for repairing furniture and materials found for the same, twenty-four dollars.
To H. L. Page, for sperm candles for the use of Legislative Assembly, forty-seven dollars and ninety cents.
To Joseph Brisbois, for writing done for the Legislative Assent. bly, twelve dollars.
To Mason C. Darling, three dollars per day, extra, for thirty days' services as speaker of the House of Representatives, nine.
To Nelson Dewey, three dollars per day, extra, for thirty days services as president of the Council, ninely dollars.
To David Holt, Postmaster, at Madison, for postage on letters, papers and other docuinents of the members of the Legislative As. sembly during the present session, three hundred and seventyeight dollars, which shall be paid previous to any appropriation in this act.
To Elijah Isham, for services rendered the Legislative Assembly at its present session, in making fires, carrying wood, sweeping capitol; and attending on committee rooms and library, ninety dollars.
To Joseph Brisbois, for writing done for the Ligislative As. sembly at its present session, ninety dollars.
To John Ramsdall, for writing done for the Legislative Assert. bly at its present session, ninely dollars.
To La Fayette Kellogg for preparing the journal of the House of Representatives of the present session for publication and affixing an index thereto, two hundred dollars.
To Ben C. Eastman and William R. Smith, for preparing the journal of the Council of the present session for publication and affixing an index thereto, each one hundred dollars.
To Simeon Mills for incidental printing done for the Legislative Assembly at its present session, including newspapers furnished the miembers of the Assembly, and for newspapers containing the laws of last session sent to clerks of the several counties for distribution as provided by a law of said session, thirteen hundred eighty-eight dollars and sixty-eight cents.
To Henry Gullion, for white-washing, repairing carpet, and materials furnished in the executive office, twelve dollars.
To Eliab B. Dean, jr., for stationery and other articles furnished for the use of the Legislative Assembly at its present session; twenty-one dollars and sixteen cenis.
To Ebenezer Clewett for two days' labor cleaning capitol, three dollars.
To Martin G. Vanbergen for twenty days' labor, clearing off the capitol square and preparing the building for present session,
twenty-five dollars, from which sum is to be deducted fifteen dollars for a Franklin stove sold the said Vanbergen by the superintendent of territorial property.
To J. L. Marsh, for newspapers furnished the members of the Legislative Assembly, at the present session, seven doilars and eighty cents.
To Jobn Myers, for three days' labor and materials furnished in repairing the gates of the capitol square, seven dollars and thirty nine cents.
To Joba S. Fillmore, for newspapers furnished the members of the Legislative Assembly at the present session, twenty-eight dollars and eighly cents.
To John S. Fillmore, for newspapers furnished !he members of the Legislative Assembly at the last session, sixteen dollars and nine cents, which item was allowed at the last session and by mistake the sumn left blank in the appropriation bill,
To Robert Moore, for white-washing the fence enclosing the capitol square, and for labor clearing off the square, (wenty-five dollars and forty cents.
To Thomas J. Goza for services in sweeping and cleaning capi. tol, nine dollars.
To S. M. Vanbergen. for one hundred and sixty cords of wood at one dollar and fifty cents per cord, for the use of the Legisla. tive Assembly, two hundred and forty dollars.
Also, for preparing the same for stoves and hauling to steps of capitol one hundred thirty-four and a balf cords, at six shillings per cord, one hundred dollars and eighty-seven cents.
To S. M. Vanbergen, for forty cords of wood hauled across the lake, but not yet delivered at the capitol, at one dollar and fifty cents, sixty dollars. The last above appropriation not to be paid until the certificate of the superintendent of territorial property that the said wood has been delivered at the capitol shall be furnished.
To Loring Guild, for newspapers furnished the members of the Legislative Assembly, at the present session, six dollars and twenty cents.
To Beriah Brown, for newspapers furnished the members of the Legislative Assembly at the present session, one hundred and six dollars and thirty-two cents.