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No. 274, A.]

[Published March 22, 1901. CHAPTER 64.

AX ACT to amend chapter 129 of the laws of Wisconsin for

the year 1997 entitled, “In act to confer and impose criminal jurisdiction upon the county court of La Crosse county."

The people of the state of Wisconsin represented in senate and

assembly do enact as follows:

Salary of county judge. SECTION 1. Section 9 of chapter 129 of the laws of Wisconsin for the year 1897 is hereby amended so as to read as follows: Section 9. The said county juge shall be paid as compensation for the performance of the duties herein imposed upon him, and for clerical assistance, an amual salary of one thousand dollars, which shall be in aldition to the compensation to which he is entitled under the general statutes of the state, and to the salary fixed by the county board for the performance of the regular and usual duties of county judge; said sun shall be paid to him by the county treasurer as other salaries of county officers are paid.

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

Approved March 21, 1901.

No. 160, A.]

Published March 92, 1901.

(ILAPTER 6.).

AN ACT to provide when any insane person committed direct

to a county insane asylum shall be a charge against the state.

The people of the state of Wisconsin represented in senate and

assemblu do enact as follows:

Insane person when to become a charge. SECTION 1.

SECTION 1. Whenover the county judge of any county in this state shall commit any insane person direct to any county insane asylum, said commitment shall not be a charge against the state until five days after copies of the commitment papers required by section 5850 of the Wisconsin statutes of 1898 shall have been filed with the board of control.

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

Approved March 21, 1901.

No. 213, A.]

[Published March 22, 1901.

CHAPTER 66.

AN ACT to detach certain territory from the town of Wood

Lake, Burnett county, and to create the town of La Follette.

The people of the state of Wisconsin represented in senate and

assembly do enact as follows:

Town of Wood Lake defined SECTION 1. All that certain territory now embraced in the town of Wood Lake, Burnett · county, state of Wisconsin, described as follows, to-wit: The east half of township thirty-nine north, of range fifteen west, and township thirty-eight north, of range fifteen west, and the east half of township thirty-eight north, of range sixteen west, is hereby set off and detached from the said town of Wood Lake in said county, and is hereby created and constituted a separate town to be known and designated as the town of La Follette, in said Burnett county.

Apportionment of assets and liabilities; when and how made. SECTION 2. The assets and liabilities of the said town of Wood Lake to be apportioned to the said towns of Wood Lake and La Follette, shall bear the same ratio to the whole of said assets and liabilities of said town of Wood Lake, as the assessed valuation for the year 1900 of the taxable property of the above described detached territory from the town of Wood Lake, respectively bears to that of the assessed valuation for the vear 1900, of the whole of the taxable property of said town of Wood Lake, as shown by the assessment rolls for the said year 1900. On the fifteenth day of April A. D. 1901, the town boards of the town of Wood Lake and of the town of La Follette shall meet together at the town hall of the town of Wood Lake and determine what portion of the indebtedness legally incurred by the old town of Wood Lake, shall be chargeable to the town of Wood Lake and to the town of La Follette, and shall also determine what portion of the credits of the old town of Wood Lake, each of the towns of Wood Lake and La Follette shall be entitled to.

Date and place of first meeting; judicial election. SECTION 3. The qualified electors of the said town of La Follette shall meet at the O'Leary school house in school district number five, situated in township number thirty-eight north, of range number fifteen west, of the fourth principal meridian in the state of Wisconsin, on the first Tuesday of April A. D. 1901, and at such town meeting in the manner provided by law, elect town officers for the said town of La Follette. For the purposes of such town election, the qualified voters in said town shall, between the hours of nine and eleven o'clock in the forenoon of said day, choose three of their number to act as inspectors, and two ballot clerks of the election, and such inspectors and ballot clerks. shall, before entering upon their respective duties, sererally take the usual oath of office and file the same with their returns; and such inspectors shall respectively canvass and return the votes cast at such election in all respects as provided by law for inspectors at annual town meetings. And the qualified electors so assembled at the place aforesaid may vote for judicial officers to be chosen on the same day, and the votes cast for such judicial officers, whether for justices of the supreme court, judge of the circuit court or county judge, or all of them, shall be counted, canvassed and returned in the same manner and shall have the same effect, as if the said town of La Follette was fully and completely organized.

When town deemed organized. SECTION 4. When such election shall have been held as herein provided and the town officers of the town of La Follette have qualified as required by law, the said town of La Follette shall be deemed, and shall be, duly organized and shall possess all rights, powers, privileges and liabilities of other towns in this state.

Powers of county board not abridged. SECTION 5. Nothing in this act shall be so construed as to abridge any of the

of the powers of the county board of Burnett county to set off, organize, vacate or change the boundaries of said towns at any time hereafter in accordance with the powers conferred by law upon county boards.

SECTION 6. This act shall take effect and be in force, from and after its passage and publication.

Approved March 21, 1901.

No. 261, A.]

[Published March 23, 1901.

CHAPTER 67.

AN ACT to change the boundaries of the towns of Crandon

and Cavour in Forest county, state of Wisconsin, and to create from the territory of the towns of Crandon and Cavour in Forest county, the towns of North Crandon, Wabeno and Caswell..

The people of the state of Wisconsin represetned in senate and

assembly do enact as follows:

Town of Crandon defined. SECTION 1.

SECTION 1. All that certain territory now embraced in the town of Crandon, Forest county, state of Wisconsin described as follows to-wit:-Townships forty, forty- one and forty-two north, of range twelve east; townships thirty-seven, thirty-eight, thirty-nine, forty, forty-one and fortytwo north, of range thirteen east, is hereby set off and detached from the said town of Crandon in said county and is hereby created and constituted a separate town to be known and designated as the town of North Crandon in said Forest county.

Town of Caswell defined. SECTION 2. All that certain territory now embraced within the boundaries of the town of Crandon in Forest county to-wit: Townships thirty-eight, thirty-nine, forty and forty-one north, of range fourteen east, and all of that certain territory now embraced within the boundaries of the town of Cavour, in said county of Forest to-wit: Township thirty-seven north, of range fourteen east, township thirty-seven north, of range fifteen east, and townships thirty-five, thirty-six and thirty-seven north, of range sixteen east, is hereby set off and detached from the said towns of Crandon and Cavour in said county of Forest and is hereby created and constituted a separate town to be known and designated as the town of Caswell in said Forest county. Territory in town of Cavour detached. SECTION 3.

SECTION 3. All that certain territory within the boundaries of and embraced in the town of Cavour, in Forest county, Wisconsin, to-wit: Township thirty-four north, of range thirteen east, is hereby set off and detached from the town of Cavour and is hereby attached to and made a part of the town of Crandon in said Forest county, Wisconsin.

Town of Wabeno defined. SECTION 4. The name of that certain town in Forest county known as Cavour, is hereby and shall be change to Wabeno, and all of the territory remaining by virtue of this act in the said town of Cavour to-wit: townships thirty-four, thirty-five and thirty-six of range fourteen east; townships thirty-four, thirty-five and thirty-six of range fifteen east, and township thirty-four of range sixteen east, is hereby and shall be known and designated as the town of Wabeno.

Apportionment of assets and liabilities of towns of North Crandon and Caswell. SECTION 5. The assets and liabilities of the said town of Crandon to be apportioned to the said towns of North Crandon and Caswell shall bear the same ratio to the whole of said assets and liabilities of said town of Crandon, as the assessed valuation for the year 1900 of the taxable property of the above described detached territory from the town of Crandon respectively bears to that of the assessed valuation for the year 1900 of the whole of the taxable property of said town of Crandon as shown by the assessment rolls for the said year 1900.

Apportionment of assets and liabilities of towns of Wabeno, Caswell and Crandon. SECTION 6. The assets and liabilities of the town of Cavour (hereby changed to the town of Wabeno) to be apportioned to the said towns of Caswell and Crandon, shall bear the same ratio to the whole of said assets and liabilities of said town of Cavour (hereby changed to the town of Wabeno) as the assessed valuation for the year 1900 of the taxable property of the above described detached territory from the town of Cavour (hereby changed to the town of Wabeno) respectively bears to that of the assessed valuation for the year 1900 of the whole of the taxable property of said town of Cavour (hereby changed to the town of Wabeno) as shown by the assessment rolls for the said year 1900.

Electors, where to meet; town officers; judicial election. SECTION. 7. The qualified electors of the town of North Crandon shall meet at the town hall in the village of North Crandon, located on section twenty-eight, town thirty-seven north, of range thirteen east, in said town of North Crandon on the day appointed by law for the holding of annual town meetings and the election of town officers in this state. The qualified electors of the town of Caswell shall meet in the frame building west of P. Shay's store at the station of Armstrong (reek, located on section thirty-six in township thirty-seven north, range sixteen east, in said town of Caswell, on the day appointed by law for the holding of annual town meetings and the election of town officers in this state. The qualified electors of the town of Crandon

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