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ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPAN-1 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS-Continued.
IES-

notaries public to attest with seal and
minimum limit in policy, for notice of date of expiration of commission,
injury, sec. 1. eh. 235, 1901.

sec. 1, ch. 38, 1901.
time required for service of notice of who

may take, on declaration for
injury to be printed on face of pol- change of name, sec. 2, ch. 136, 1901.

icy of, sec. 2, ch. 235, 1901.
notice of injury, how served upon,

REPEALED LAWS.
sec. 3, ch. 235, 1901.
conflicting laws repealed, sec. 4, ch.

Ch. 258, 1899.
235, 1901.
deposit of securities with state treas- | ACTIONS. See Negotlable Instruments.
urer. sec. 1, cb. 442, 1901.

when may be brought against execut-
commissioner of insurance to approve, ors, administrators, etc., sec. 1, ch.
sec. 1, ch. 442, 1901.

5, 1899.
substitution of others; Interest, sec. involving municipal orders, latter to be
1, ch. 412, 1901.

filed in court, ch. 14, 1899.
disposition of, in case of dissolution, manner of taking depositions in civil,
etc., of, sec. 1, ch. 442, 1901.

sec. 1, ch, 29, 1899; sec. 1, ch. 244,
now doing business, to deposit securi- 1901.
ties, sec. 1, ch. 442, 1901.

against municipalities, change of
when securities are deposited in an- venue in, ch. 55, 1899.

other state, sec. 1, ch. 442, 1901. in violation of charter or ordinances
license to do business, when to issue, of cities with no police courts; fees
sec. 1, ch. 442, 1901.

of magistrates in, ch. 84, 1899.
claimants against towns, when not

prejudiced as to right of, ch. 85, 1899.
ACCOUNTING, CENTRAL SYSTEM

for recovery of forfeitures or penalties
OF-

by board of medical examiners, sec.
duty of governor to establish, sec. 1, 7, ch. 87, 1899.
ch. 433, 1901.

when not to be maintained on claims
departments, boards, etc., affected, against cities under general law, ch.
sec. 1, ch. 433, 1901.

127, 1899.
departments, officers, etc., to make re- for recovery of support from poor per-

ports for, as required by governor, sons with property, statutes of lim-
sec. 2, ch. 433, 1901.

itations not pleadable, sec. 2, ch.
system adopted under 1899 law, to be 136, 1899.
carried into effect, if possible, sec. limitations of, involving validity of
3, ch, 433, 1901.

adoption of general charter law by
disposition of moneys, required by, cities, ch. 165, 1899.
par. 1, sec. 3, ch. 433, 1901.

in sale of real estate by guardian, etc.;
treasurer to issue countersigned re- irregularity in proceedings when not

ceipt to transmitter, par. 2, sec. 3, to avoid sale, ch. 185, 1899.
ch. 433, 1901.

for damage to highway by steam en-
no money to be paid except on war- gine, how brought, ch. 197, 1899.

rant of secretary of state, par. 3, for recovery on bond of keeper of in-
sec. 3, ch. 433. 1901.

telligence bureau, sec. 4, ch. 213, 1899.
statutory receipt blanks, who to pre- hearing of demurrers in civil, ch. 217,

pare; issuing and account of, par. 1899.
4, sec. 3, ch, 433, 1901.

limitations of, for flowage of lands,
certificate of boards, etc., evidence of ch. 285, 1899.

correctness of account, sec. 4, ch. who may bring, upon bond of con-
433, 1901.

tractor of state buildings, sec. 2, ch.
wrongful issue of receipt, sec. 5, ch. 292, 1899.
433. 1901.

for damages by defective highway;
penalty for refusal of boards, etc., to who cannot bring, ch. 305, 1899.

comply with requirements for, sec. for damages because of ice or snow,
6. ch. 433, 1901.

not to be maintained, unless, ch. 305,
appropriation for, sec. 7, ch. 433, 1901. 1899.

none to be maintained unless notice

given, ch. 305, 1899.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

notice In, damages by fire or to ani-
clerks of land office may take, sec. mals by railroads, when need not be

3, ch. 258, 1899; sec. 5, ch. 432, 1901, served, ch. 307, 1899.

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A('TIONS--('ontinued.

ACTIONS- Continued.
upon interest bearing town orders, for vacating charter of banking or in-
sec. 2, ch. 325, 1899.

surance corporations; proceedings
for partition, ch. 336, 1899.

for injunction and receiver, ch. 175,
correcting statutes as to, in appeal 1901.

from disallowance of claim by coun: statutes of limitations as to review of
ty board, sec. 12, ch. 351, 1899.

state superintendent's decisions, by.
of ejectment, correcting statutes as to, ch. 184, 1901.
sec. 21, ch. 351, 1%99.

rights of assignee to bring to set
for recovery of premium as costs, by aside fraudulent conveyances,

ch.
suretyship corporations, correcuing 207, 1901.

statutes as to, sec. 30, ch, 351, 1999, of creditor to bring, in name of as-
assignment of judgment in civil, cor- signee, when, ch. 207, 1901.

recting statutes as to, sec. 34, ch. to recover fines from member of W.
351, 1899.

N. G., commanding officer to be
cost when executors parties, correct- plaintiff, sec. 54, ch. 228, 1901.

ing statutes as to, sec. 35, ch. 351, garnishee, in justiee courts; judgment
1899.

in; stay of proceedings; appeal by
execution, when may issue civil defendant, cli. 267, 1901.

correcting statutes as to, sec. 36, ch. proceedings to set aside homestead
351, 1899.

after levy in, ch. 269, 1901.
for discovery after return of execu to set aside proceedings to lay out

tion; correcting statutes as to coin- streets, highways, etc., not to be
pulsion of debtor to answer, sec. 37, taken unless within, ch. 276, 1901.
eh. 351, 1899.

proceedings in garnishment,
filing of notice in, to take land for posit of property in court, eh.

highway, correction of statutes as 1901.
to, sec. 38, ch. 351, 1899.

statute of limitations as to right of
enforcing liens on, correcting statutes absent claimant in, ch. 200, 1901.
as to, sec. 39, ch. 351, 1999.

settlement of bill of exceptions in,
in justice courts; offer of judgment, upon death or incapacity of judge,
correcting statutes as to,

see. 41, ch. 296, 1901.
ch. 351, 1099.

how brought against common carrier
right of municipality for failure of for illegal trallsportation of fisb an:

street and electric light companies, game, sec. 21, ch. 358, 1901.

to pay license, sec. 2, ch. 354, 1899. rights of owner, of registered trade
detined, as to negotiable instruments, mark on receptacles, to, sec. 5, el.
sec. 1675, ch, 336, 1899.

360, 1901.

to declare void certain acts of assess-
on appeal in Rock county municipal or, in correcting rolls, when to be
court, ch. 18, 1901.

brought, ch. 389, 1901.
for discovery of concealed property in to recover deposit, by person claining

county court, may be brought how, assignment, etc., of safety fund de
Sec. 1, (h. 23, 1901.

posit book. sec. 2, rh. 390 1991.
bringing of, not to prevent any other to compel payment of sums due state
proper, sec. 1, ch. 23, 1901.

for shipping of ice ont of state, who
recitals in conveyance as to pedigree may bring. sec. 5, ch. 470, 1901.

when admissible as prima facie evi- to recover forfeiture on bond, depos-
denee, ch. 28, 1901.

ited to comply with act regulating
to test validity of incorporation of vil- shipment of ice, by whom brought,
lages, how brought,

see'. 1, ch, 39, sec. 8, cl, 470, 1901.
191.
limitations as to, sec. 1, ch, 39, 1901.
pending actions not affected, sec. 1,
ch. 39, 1901.

AQU'ATIC FOWL (see Game)-
on bonds, exposure to prosecution not

spring shooting of, prohibited, ch. 257,
to exense witness; latter not to be 1899.
prosecuted, except for perjury, ch.

85, 1901.
motions for new trial, when not de- | ADJI'TANT GENERAL (see Wisconsin
cided during term, ch. 100, 1901.

National Guard)-
change of venue in civil, when to be authorized to audit 1898 allowances

granted; other judge to be called in of certain companies, sec. 1, ch. 159,
lieu of granting change, ch. 101, 1901.

1899.

authorized to audit accounts of com-
surrender of principal by sureties in;

panies which entered U. S. service,
refund of deposit in case of witness

sec. 2. ch. 159. 1899.
ch. 104. 1901.

appropriation for, sec. 3, ch, 159, 1899.
fish and game warden to bring for

to attest military comunissions, sec. %.
failure to maintain fish wars in Yel-

ch. 200, 1899.
low river, sec. 5, (h. 128, 1901.

to endorse discharge, sec. 11, ch. 200,
against officers and stockholders

1899.
corporations, ch. 129, 1901.

duties of; to conduct pension depart-
to enjoin illegal ise, etc., of trade

ment, sec. 14, ch. 200, 1899.
mark, how brought. (h. 140, 1901.

assistant, how appointed; ofiice force,
for ejectment, who to be made defend-
ants, Sec. 1. ch. 152, 1901.

pay of, etc.. sec. 20, ch. 200, 1899.
effect of judgment, sec. 2, ch. 152, 1901.

to prepare blank forms, muster-rolls,

etc., sec. 32, ch. 200. 1899.
for damages for wrongfully cutting to procure and distribute report of

timber: effect of judgment for de- convention of officers, sec. 39, ch.
fendant, ch. 170, 1901.

200, 1899.

of

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ADJUTANT GENERAL-('ontinued. ADULTERATIONS (see Flaxseed
to procure traveling library, sec. 40, Linseed Oil)-
ch. 200. 1899.

of flax seed or linseed oil. ch. 234, 1899.
to assist in preparation ot census

of

meat products; penalty, ch, 243,
blanks. sec. 42. ch. 200. 1899.

1901.
volunteer service clerk in office of, of concentrated feeding stuffs, pen-
sec. 2, ch. 418, 1901.

alty for, ser. 7, ch. 577, 1901.
salary of yolunteer clerk, sec. 3, ch. of illuminating oils; penalty, sec. 3,
418, 1901.

ch. 466, 1901.
REORGANIZATION, 1901.
to be chief of staff and inspector gen- AFFIDAVIT-

eral; duties; to have office in capi- lot owner, when owner of plat dies
tol; report; to assist in prosecuting before acknowledging. may prove

pension claims, sec. 4, ch. 228, 1901. facts by, ch. 102, 1901.
to be auditor of military accounts; to

keep books, sec. 5, ch. 228, 1901.
t", seeure printing of proceedings of

AGENTS (see Negotiable Instruments)-
annual convention of officers, sec. 6,

of insurance companies to give bond
ch. 228, 1901.

for 2% tax, ch. 32, 1899.
with approval of governor to purchase

of fire insurance companies, to coun.
traveling military library, sec. 7, ch.

tersign and receive commissions on
228, 1901.

general policies, sec. 1, ch. 190, 1999.
assist in preparation

of unauthorized investment associa-

of census
blanks for military purposes, sec. 8,

tions, penalty for, sec. 3, ch. 216, 1899.
ch. 228, 1901.

liability of, for placing insurance In un-
to maintain

authorized companies, sec. 6, ch.
list of retired officers,
sec. 46, ch. 228. 1991.

190, 1899.
clerks in office of, sec, 72, ch. 228, 1901.

signature to policy of re-insurance

when not necessary. ch. 344. 1899.
REPEALED LAWS.

casualty or surety policy to be written

by resident, ch. 227, 1901.
Ch. 200, 1899.

ADMINISTRATORS (see Negotiable In-

AGRICILTURE, ART OF (See ('ounty

Schools for) -
struments)-
what actions may be brought against,

L. D. Harvey appointed commissioner

to
sec. 1, ch. 5. 1899.

ollect information on, sec. 1, ch.
when irregularity in proceedings shall

121, 1899.

to prepare report on, for public
not be a bar to sale of lands by, ch.
185, 1899.

schools. sec. 3. ch. 121, 1899.
as to, when parties to action, correct-

to organize high schools for instruc-

tion in, sec. 4. ch. 121, 1899.
ing statutes as to, sec. 35, ch. 351,

duty of, to arouse interest in, sec, 5,
1899.

ch. 121, 1899.
allowances for costs paid by, correct-

to report to governor, sec. 6. ch. 121,
ing statutes as to, sec.. 43, ch. 351, 1899.
1899.

salary of commissioner, sec. 7, ch. 121,
to take duplicate receipt for tax on 1899.

legacies, etc., sec. 3, ca. 355, 1899.
not to be entitled to final accounting

L. D. Ilarvey appointed commissioner

for

to prepare course of study on,
of estate, unless, sec. 3, ch. 355, 1899. district schools, sec, 1, ch. 199. 1901.
may sell property to pay tax, sec. 5, to formulate plan for training school
ch. 355, 1899.

for teachers in, sec. 3, ch, 199, 1901.
not to deliver property until tax is to awaken interest in, sec. 4, ch, 199,
paid, sec. 5, ch. 355, 1899.

1901.
return of erroneously paid tax to, sec. to inake report; publication of, sec. 5,
6. ch. 355, 1899.

ch. 199, 1901,
commissions and allowances of, when appropriation for, secs. 6 and 7, ch.
taxable, sec. 8. ch. 355, 1899,

199, 1901.
transfer of stock or obligation by for county schools for, ch. 288, 1901.'

eign, sec. 9, ch. 355, 1899.
on oath of, proceedings may be had in AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE FUND-

county court, for discovery of con- transfer of funds from, to income
cealed property. ch. 23, 1901.

fund, sec. 4, ch. 150, 1901.
to give bond with one or more sure-

ties, ch. 24, 1901,
when two or more, court mav re- AGRICILTURAL COLLEGE FUND

quire separate bonds, ch. 24, 1901. INCOME-
to have lands licensed to be sold, ap- transfer from Agricultural

(College
praised, sec. 1. ch. 46, 1901.

Fund to, sec. 4, (h. 150, 1901.
lands then, how sold, sec. 1, ch. 46,

1901.
may mortgage, lease

or sell realty. | AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STA-
when personalty is insufficient for TION-
charges of administration, sec. 1, ch. director of, duties as to prevention
112, 1901.

of San Jose scale, ch. 180, 1899. (See

San Jose scale)
ADOPTION-

dean of, to advise as to courses of
subsequent, of child, authorized, ch. study for county agricultural schools,
117, 1901.

sec, 9, ch. 288, 1901.

AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STA-, APPEALS-Continued.
TION-Continued.

to circuit court on assessment for
director of, to determine constituents boulevard improvements, see. 5, ch.
of concentrated feeding stuff's, sec.

182, 1899.
2, ch, 377, 1901.

from allowance of claim by county
may demand samples, seca 3, ch. 377, board, correcting statutes as to, sec.
1901.

12, ch, 351, 1899.
duties as to fees received for licenses owner of property may, in re-assess.

ment of void special assessments,
to sell, sec. 4. ch. 377, 1901.
analysis of stuffs by, sec. 5, ch. 377,

sec. 1, ch. 9, 1901.

review
1901.

of assessment of benefits in

drainage district organization may
duty as to violations, sec. 8, ch. 377,
1901.

be, to supreme court, sec. 2, ch. 13,

1901.
bacteriologist of, to be ex-officio mem-
ber of state live stock sanitary

time limited for, by claimant against
board, sec. 1, ch. 440, 1901.

city, when to begin to run, sec. 1,

ch. 68. 1901.

no bond or undertaking required by
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES (see

municipal corporation, sec. 1, ch. 6

1901.
County)--
Platteville Fair Association entitled

in garnishee actions in justice courts,
to state aid, ch. 252, 1901.

by defendant, ch. 267, 1901.
appropriation to Stevens Point Fair

from a ward, in condemnation proceed-
Association, ch. 270, 1901.

ings for telephone, etc., line, sec. 6,
state aid for, upon what based, ch.

ch. 319, 1901.
274, 1901.

to supreme court in, sec. 7, ch. 319,

1901.

from award of damages in laying out,
ALDERMAN

etc., of highway, sec. 1, ch. 331. 1901.
to hold office in new ward, apportion-

to whom made, sec. 1, ch. 331, 1901.
ment in first class cities, when, sec.

proceedings had under, sec. 2, ch. 331,

1901.
1. ch. 36, 1901.
when new, to be elected, sec. 1, ch. 36,

on application for change of boundar.

ies of joint school district, ch. 248,
1901.

1901.
when to be appointed, sec. 1, ch. 36,

1901.
burial of honorably discharged soldier

APPLE RIVER-
or sailor by, when, ch. 240, 1901.

dam on, in St. Crois county to F. W.

Epley, ch. 185, 1901.
ALEXANDER. WALTER-
authorized to build dam on Trapp APPORTIOXMENT-
river, Marathon county, ch. 365, 1901.

of assembly districts, ch. 164. 1901.

of senate districts, ch. 309. 19.01.
ALLEYS

of congressional districts, ch. 398, 1901

Gates county, part of 24th senatorial
statutes of limitations as to. in eit-

district, sec. ii, ch. 469, 1901.
ies and villages, sec. 1, ch. 132. 1901. of 2nd assembly district of Chippewa
irregularities in laring ont not to af-

county, sec. 11, ch. 469, 1901.
fert, after expiration of, sec. 2, ch. of 11th congressional district, sec. 11,
132. 1901.

ch. 469, 1901.
existing reqnirements. hv adverse pos-

session or implied dedication, not af-
fected, sec. 3. ch. 132, 1901.

APPROPRIATIONS-
proceedings in laying ont or widening,
etc., legalized, ch. 276. 1901.

CAPITOL.
construction of telephone, etc., lines,

overhauling public closets in, ch. 15,
in, ch. 319, 1901.

1899.
remodeling south wing of, sec. 2, ch.

248, 1899.
ANAESTIIETICS-

to furnish committee rooms in, sec. 2,
administering nf, to commit felony;

ch. 1, 1901.
penalty, ch. 291, 1901.

for purchase of chairs

senate

chamber, sec. 2, ch. 5, 1901.
ANDERSON. IT. J.-

for creating memorial hall to soldiers
exclusive

and sailors and placing flags in ru-
right to maintain ferry

tunda of, see. 7. ch. 125, 1901.
Arrosa Take St. Croix at Hudson,
ch. 30, 1901.

for repairs on, etc., ser. 2, ch. 350,

1901.

ventilation plant for. ch. 359, 1901.
ANDERSON, LEWIS-

electric lighting and heating of, ch.
appropriation to, for loss of time from

69, 1901.
injuries at ('amp Douglas, ch. 211,

for paving about. sec. 2. ch. 406, 1901.
for changes in, for convenience of

legislature, sec. 2, ch. 452, 1901.
APPEALS-

CHARITABLE, REFORMATORY AND PENAL
to supreme court from
what courts,

INSTITUTIONS.
ch. 63. 1899.

Wisconsin Industrial School for Girls
from second municipal court of Bay. (repair and care of buildings), ch. $3,
field county, sec. 18, ch. 286, 1899.

1899; sec. 1, ch. 180, 1901.

1901.

on

APPROPRIATIONS-Continued.
for current expenses, etc., ch. 276,

1899; ch. 186, 1901.
for various purposes, ch. 294, 1899; ch.

382, 1901.
sundry persons, home for feeble
minded, for work on, sec. 6, ch. 302,

1899.
to pay for lands in settlement of dis-

puted boundary line at Ilome for

Feeble Minded, sec. 2, ch. 222, 1901.
for additional land for state reform-

atory. sec. 2, ch. 289, 1901.
Milwaukee county. compensation for

inmates of hospital for insane, ch.
423, 1901.

EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS.
normal schools, annually to, sec. 2,

ch. 170, 1899: sec. 1, ch. 370, 1901.
teachers' institutes, ch. 179, 1899; ch.

371, 1901.
normal school income fund. building.

repairs, etc., ch. 202, 1899; ch. 154,

1301.
university, for dairy herd; heating;

buildings, water supply, ch. 239, 1899.
university. to sub-contractors

APPROPRIATIONS-Continued.
for woman as assistant factory in-

spector, see. 2, ch. 409, 1901.
for central system of accounting, sec.

7, ch. 433, 1901.
to reimburse drainage fund, ch. 444,

1901.
assistant deputy bank examiner's sal-

ary, sec. 2. ch. 467. 1901.
for payment of innocent purchasers of
“Keeley cure" orders, ch. 468, 1901.

INDIVIDUALS.
Neitge, Otto and Julius (helrs

of
George Neitge who deposited cer-
tain moneys with state treasurer in

1874). ch. 12. 1899.
Derthick, Julius M. (for military ser-

vice), ch. 18, 1899.
Sturgeon Bay Bridge Co. (return of

taxes wrongfully paid to state), ch.

44. 1899.
George F. Peabody (illegal fish law),

ch. 75, 1899.
Beloit, city of (for defending certain

mandamus proceedings). ch. 83. 1899.
Kalmbach, Albert (for unlawful con-

fiscation of property of), ch. 92, 1899.
L. D. Harvey, as commissioner of in-

dustrial education, secs. 7 and 8, ch.

121. 1899.
Ashforth. G. H., injuries sereived at

Camp Douglas, ch. 154, 1899.
IIouston, Robert S., if commission de.

cide claim against state is valid, ch.

174. 1899.
McGowan. James, ch. 176, 1899.
Michael Gleason, lahor on Waukesha

school, ch. 187, 1899.
Simonson, Z. and C. S., for money er-

roneously noid state for swamp

lands, ch. 215, 1899
sundry persons, work on warren's res.

idence, state prison, secs. 2. 3. 4, 5,

ch 202, 1099
to L. D. Harvey as comm'ssioner on
agricolture manual training, etc.,

sers, 6 and 7 ch. 199, 1901.
to Wing & Wattawa for Supreme

conrt report annotations, ch. 224,

1901
to Gilbert E. Vanderrook, for contest-

ing seat in assembly. ch. 247, 1901.
to Alfred (ook for defending contest.

el seat, ch. 240, 1901.
to George R. Whitman. deceased, as

a gert state board of immigration,

ch. 291, 1901.
to Lewis Anderson, in lien of injuries

poreived at Camp Douglas, ch. 211,

1901.
to Joseph M. Hanton. for care of ward

of beard of control. ph. 203. 1901.
L. S. Pease and E. W. Chafin.

for

Ladies' Hall of, ch. 242, 1899; ch.

461, 1901.
university. annual to, increased, sec.

1. ch. 322, 1901.
university, for agricultural building,
ete., sec. 2, ch. 322, 1901.

GENERALLY.
for current annual expenditures, how

payable, sec, 6. ch. 351, 1899.
to governor's contingent fund, ch. 16,

1899: ch. 32, 1901.
stationery for 1899, 1900 and session of
1901, ch, 68, 1899; for 1901-1902, and

session 1903, ch. 216, 1901.
monument for ex-Gov. Nelson Dewey,

ch. 93. 1899.
fire sufferers in Barron county, sec. 1,

ch. 110, 1899.
simplification of system of state book-

keeping, ch. 133, 1899.
sa laries of six assistant factory in-

spectors, sec. 3. ch. 152, 1899.
San Jose scale. for prevention of, sec.

10. ch. 180. 1899.
committee for medal for Prof. S. M.

Babcock, ch. 223. 1899.
settle swamp land indemnity claims,

sec. 4, ch, 269, 1899.
travelling expenses of certain persons

in office of state superintendent: for
salary of mailing clerk in, sec. 5, ch.

297, 1899.
attorney general, books for; annually,

ch. 324. 1899.
for increase in salary of state library

messenger, sec. 2, ch. 209, 1901.
to Jefferson county, for erroneous pay-

ment of snit tax. ch. 212, 1901.
to Stevens Point fair association, ch.

270, 1901.
for repair of Portage levee, sec. 1, ch.

282. 1901.
to city of New Richmond to liquidate

indehtedness to trust funds, sec. 1,

ch. 286, 1901.
La Crosse Interstate Fair Association,

annnal to. ch. 3:7, 1901.
for restoration of seals of state, ch.

264. 1901.
Wood county, part re-mbursement of

sending Lena Roser to Switzerland,
ch. 378, 1901.

services in industrial school investi-

cation, rh, 427, 1901.
Thos. P. Noleon, as sub.nontractor on

Ladies' Hall, ch. 464, 1901.

LEGISLATIVE.

Groen, J. FT., Flett. W. H., Overbeck,

Henry, Jr.. (fich and game confer-

ence). ch. O.. 1899.
Agen. J. H.. seront arms, funeral

exnenses of Assemblymen Hughes

and Woyciechowskl. ch. 88. 1899,
visiting committee, ch. 138, 1899; sec.

1. ch. 16, 1901.
chaplain's services, ch. 153, 1899; ch.

33. 1901.

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