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circuit of the state of Wisconsin shall be held in each of the counties in said judicial eircuit, in each year, as follows:-In the county of Marathon on the second Monday of February, and the second Monday of September. In the county of Lincoln, on the first. Monday of October, and the first Monday after the first Tuesday in April. In the county of Oneida, on the first Monday of May, and the second Monday of November. In the coriaty of Vilas, on the fourth Monday of May, and the first Monday of December.

Special terms, what business may be heard at. SECTION 2. Every general term of the circuit court in each of the counties as herein provided for, shall be a special term of the circuit court for each of the other counties in said circuit, and any and all business arising and pending, or which may arise or be pending in any of the counties in said circuit, excepting the trial of issues of fact by a jury, may be brought and heard and determined, or disposed of judicially, at any of such special terms.

Writs, process, motions, etc., when returnable. SECTION 3. All writs and every summons, process, recognizance, information, motion and proceeding or requirement of every kind and nature, in the circuit court of any of the said counties to be heard or made returnable on the first day of any term of court in said counties, as now fixed by law, and up to the time of the passage of this act shall be considered and held to be returnable and to be heard and determined as of the next term of court, as herein fixed, the same as of the term or terms heretofore fixed.

Conflicting laws repealed. SECTION 4. All acts or parts of acts conflicting with the provisions of this act are hereby repealed, so far only as the same conflict or may conflict as aforesaid.

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

Approved Jan. 19, 1901.

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AN ACT w amend section 111a of the revised statutes entitled,

"officers of the senate and assembly," and section 112 of the revised statutes entitled, “compensation of officers.”

The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented in senate and

assembly, do enact as follows:

Officers of senate and assembly: additional help. SECTION 1. Section 111a of the revised statutes is hereby amended by striking out the word "two" where it occurs in the fifth line of said section and inserting in lieu thereof the word "four," and by inserting after the word "affairs” and before the word "one” where they occur in the seventh line of said section the following: "Two committee clerks who shall act as committee room attendants and one telephone attendant," and by striking out the word "two” where it occurs in the sixteenth line of said section and inserting in lieu thereof the word "four” and by inserting after the word "affairs” and before the word "one” where they occur in the seventeenth line of said section, the following: "Two committee clerks who shall act as committee room attendants and one telephone attendant,” so that said section when so amended shall read as follows: Section 111a. The officers of the senate, other than the president and the president protempore, shall be one chief clerk, one journal clerk, one book. keeper, one proof-reader, one engrossing clerk, one enrolling clerk, one index clerk, one custodian of the engrossing room, one custodian of the enrolling room, four stenographers, one clerk of the judiciary committee, one clerk of the joint committee on claims, one clerk of the committee on state affairs, two committee clerks who shall act as committee room attendants and one telephone attendant, one sergeant-at-arms, one assistant sergeantat-arms, one post-master, one assistant post-master, one document clerk, one document room attendant, four doorkeepers, one gallery attendant who shall act as committee room attendant, two committee room attendants, one janitor, one custodian, one night watchman, one night laborer and eight messengers. The officers of the assembly, other than the speaker, shall be one chief clerk, one assistant chief clerk, two journal clerks, two book-keepers, one stationery clerk, one proof reader, one index clerk, one engrossing clerk, one enrolling clerk, one custodian of the engross*See chapter 438,

ing room, one custodian of the enrolling room, four stenographers, one clerk of the judiciary committee, one clerk of the committee on state affairs, two committee clerks who shall act as committee room attendants and one telephone attendant, one sergeant-at-arms, one assistant sergeant-at-arms, one postmaster, one assistant postmaster, one day attendant, four doorkeepers, two gallery attendants who shall act as committee room attendants, one document room clerk, one document room attendant, one porter who shall act as wash room attendant, two cloak room attendants, 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 them for cause or because of the cessation of the work which made their employment necessary. After the legislature has been in session thirty days said clerks may employ for each house an assistant index clerk, an assistant enrolling clerk, an assistant engrossing clerk, and four comparing clerks, a clerk each for the committees on engrossed and enrolled bills, and the chief clerk of the assembly may employ a clerk for the committee on bills on their third reading should the good of the service demand it. The chief clerks may employ such copyists as the proper and expeditious transaction of the business may require, not to exceed, however, fifteen in the senate and twenty in the assembly. The messengers may be assigned for attendance upon committees when necessary. The sergeantat-arms of each house shall appoint and have full charge of the employes in his department, and may discharge any who are unfit or unqualified for the service assigned to them and employ competent persons in their places. No employes other than these provided for in this section shall be employed otherwise than by an act of the legislature.

Salary of chief clerks; per diem of other officers; compensation of copyists. SECTION 2. Section 112 of the revised statutes is hereby amended by inserting after the word “each” and before the word "the" where they occur in the thirteenth line of said section the following: “The stenographers, who shall furnish typewriting machines, four dollars each; the committee clerks who shall also act as committee room attendants, three dollars each; the telephone attendants, two dollars each," so that said section when so amended shall read as follows: Section 112. Said 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 for all services rendered. The other officers and employees shall receive a per diem as follows: The assistant clerk, six dollars; the journal clerks, book-keepers, index clerks and sergeant-at-arms, five dollars each; the proof-readers, enrolling clerks, engrossing clerks, stationery clerks, assistant sergeants-at-arms, postmasters, document room clerks, document room attendants and general attendants, the clerks of committees on claims, judiciary and state affairs, 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 employees, three dollars each; the stenographers, who shall furnish typewriting machines, four dollars each; the committee clerks, who shall also act as committee room attendants, three dollars each; the telephone attendants, two 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 shall assist, when required, at any other work than that to which he is regularly assigned. No per diem 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 indexes of the journals, and if such work is not so completed a sufficient sum shall be reserved from the pay of the clerk who may be in default to insure the completion thereof.

SECTION 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication.

Approved Jan. 24, 1901.

No. 22, A.]

[Published Jan. 29, 1901.

CHAPTER 4.

AN ACT to fix the status of and to legalize the acts of the offi

cers and voters of joint school district number one of the city of New Lisbon and the towns of Lisbon and Clearfield, Juneau county, Wisconsin.

The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented in senate and

assembly, do enact as follows:

Territory of district defined. SECTION 1. The territory embraced in joint school district No. one of the city of New Lisbon and the towns of Lisbon and Clearfield, Juneau county, Wisconsin, is hereby declared to constitute a joint school district under the general law regulating school districts, regardless of the provisions of the special charter of the city of New Lisbon, enacted in the year 1889, and since set aside by the adoption of a charter under the general law.

Acts of officers and voters of district declared legal. SECTION 2. All acts of the officers and voters of said joint school districts are hereby legalized and declared to be as valid as if said special charter had never been enacted, and all indebtedness of said school district, whether to the state or others, authorized by the voters of said district or its officers within the constitutiona limit is hereby declared legal and binding upon said district.

SECTION 3. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication.

Approved Jan. 29, 1901.

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