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ment rendered in any such action shall be conclusive as to the title established therein, upon the party against whom it is rendered and upon all persons claiming from, through or under him by title accruing after the filing of a notice of the pendency of the action in the office of the proper register of deeds, subject to the exceptions hereinafter contained; and every purchaser whose conveyance is not recorded or filed shall be deemed to have acquired his title after the filing of such notice, and shall be bound by the proceedings in the action to the same extent and in the same manner as if he were a party thereto.

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

Approved April 9, 1901.

No. 437, A.]

[Published April 12, 1901.

CHAPTER 153.

AV ACT to amend section 696 of the statutes of 1898, relat

ing to the fees and mileage of county judges, court commissioners and justices of the peace.

The people of the state of Wisconsin represented in senate and

assembly do enact as follows:

Fees for copies and certificates. SECTION 1. Section 696 of the statutes of 1898 is hereby amended by striking out the words "and six cents per mile travel, and have," where they occur in said section; also amend said section by adding at the end thereof the following "and all such statements and certificates shall be transmitted to the county clerk by registered mail, and for so transmitting such statements and certificates such county judge, court commissioner or justice of the peace shall receive the sum of twelve cents,” so that said section when so amended shall read as follows: Section 696. Every county judge, Gurt commissioner and justice of the peace shall receive from the county treasurer twelve cents per folio for making statements and returns required by section 697, and twenty-five cints for making each certificate required by section 680, and all such statements and certificates shall be transmitted to the county clerk by registered mail, and for so transmitting such statements and certificates such county judge, court commissioner or justice of the peace shall receive the sum of twelve

cents.

SECTION

Section 2. This act shall take effect and be in force, from and after its passage and publication.

Approved April 9, 1901.

No. 125, S.]

[Published April 12, 1901.

CHAPTER 154.

AN ACT to appropriate a sum of money therein named to the

normal school fund income, to be expended for buildings, repairs, and equipment.

The people of the state of Wisconsin represented in senate and

assembly do enact as follows:

Unexpended balance continued.

SECTION 1. There is hereby appropriated to the normal school fund income out of any money in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated, and in addition to the unpaid balance of the sum appropriated by chapter 202 of the laws of 1899, the appropriation of which balance is hereby continued, the sun of twenty-five thousand dollars, to be expended for buildings, repairs, heating apparatus and equipment.

SECTION 2. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication.

Approved April 9, 1901.

No. 98, S.]

[Published April 12, 1901.

CHAPTER 155.

AN ACT making an annual appropriation to the state histori

cal society, as trustee of the state, for the purchase of books, periodicals, maps, etc., for its library.

The people of the state of Wisconsin represented in senate and

assembly do enact as follows:

Five thousand dollars annually, appropriated. SECTION 1. For the purpose of purchasing books, periodicals, maps manuseripts, and kindred articles for its reference library, there is hereby annually appropriated to the state historical society of Wisconsin, as trustee of the state, the sum of five thousand dollars, out of any moneys in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated. Any balance not expended in any one year may be added to the expenditures of the next ensuing year.

This sum is in addition to the existing annual appropriation to said

trustee.

Record of expenditures. SECTION 2. The executive committee of said society shall keep a correct account of the manner of expenditure of the money hereby appropriated, and report an: nually to the governor a detailed statement of such expenditure.

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

Approved April 9, 1901.

No. 179, A.]

[Published April 12, 1901. .

CHAPTER 156.

AN ACT for the better protection of insect-destroying wild

birds, their nests and eggs.

The people of the state of Wisconsin represented in senate and

assembly do enact as follows:

What are game birds. SECTION 1.

No person shall within the state of Wisconsin, kill or catch or have in his or her possession, living or dead, any wild bird other than a game bird, nor shall purchase, offer or expose for sale any such wild bird after it has been killed or caught. No part of the plumage, skin or body of any bird protected by this section, shall be sold or had in possession for sale.

For the purposes of this act the following only shall be considered game birds: The several species of wild geese, ducks, wood cock, snipe, plover, grouse, prairie chickens, pheasant, partridge and quail, designated by name and protected by the game laws of this state.

Nests. SECTION 2. No person shall, within the state of Wisconsin take or needlessly destroy the nest or the eggs of any wild bird, nor shall have such nest or eggs in his or her possession.

Penalty for violations. SECTION 3. Any person who violates any of the provisions of this act, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be liable to a fine of five dollars for each offense, and an additional fine of five dollars for each bird, living or dead or part of bird or nest and eggs possessed, in violation of this act or to imprisonment for ten days, or both at the discretion of the court.

When act not to apply. SECTION 4. Sections 1, 2 and 3 of this act shall not apply to any person holding a certificate giving the right to take birds and their nests and eggs for scientific purposes, as provided for in section 5 of this act.

Issue of scientific certificates. SECTION 5. The fish and game warden may grant on satisfactory testimonials of well-known scientists only, a certificate to any member of an incorporated society of natural history or to any professor of any university, school or college, or any person properly accredited by any such institution, authorizing such person or institution to collect for

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any

scientific purposes only, the nests, eggs, animals, birds and fish protected by these statutes. No person to whom such certificate is issued or who acts under the same, shall dispose of

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such specimens except in exchange for scientific purposes. Certificates not transferable. SECTION 6. The certificates

. authorized by this act shall be in force for one year only from the date of their issue and shall not be transferable.

What birds not included. SECTION 7. The English or European house sparrow (passer domesticus) the American crow (corrus americanus) the sharp-shinned hawk (accipiter velox) Cooper's hawk (accipiter cooperii) owls (ulula cimera) and blackbirds are not included among the birds protected by this act.

Conflicting laws repealed. SECTION 8. All acts or parts of acts heretofore passed, inconsistent with or contrary to the pro visions of this act, are hereby repealed.

SECTION 9. This act shall take effect and be in force, from and after its passage and publication.

Approved April 9, 1901.

No. 33, A.]

[Published April 12, 1901.

CHAPTER 157.

AN ACT relating to ditches and drains.

The people of the state of Wisconsin represented in senate and

assembly do enact as follows:

Ditches in use for three years declared valid. SECTION 1. All ditches, drains, or water-courses, which shall have been or shall hereafter be laid out and constructed by the supervisors of any town or towns, or the board of supervisors of any county, which shall have been opened and in actual use for the term of three years, shall be deemed to be, and are hereby declared to be legal ditches, drains, or water courses, so far as they have been so opened and in actual use, notwithstanding that the law may not have been in all respects complied with in laying out the same; provided that as to all drains, ditches, or water courses hereto

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