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An Act to extend the time for collecting and returning Taxes in the town Chap. 1.

of Waukesha.

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THE People of the State of Wisconsin represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows: SECTION. 1. The time for collecting the town, county, and Iime

ed. state taxes for the year one thousand eight hundred and forty-eight, ou in the town of Waukesha, and paving over the same to the treasurer, is hereby extended until the twentieth day of February next.

Sec. 2. The collector of said town is hereby invested with all the powers necessary by law for collecting the same, until the 20th day of February next.

H. C. HOBART,

Speaker of the Assembly,
J. E. HOLMES,

Lt. Governor, and President of the Senate.
Approved, January 23, 1849.

NELSON DEWEY.

An Act regulating the management of Public Property. Chap. 2. THE People of the State of Wisconsin represented in Senate - and Assembly, do enact as follows :

Section 1. The governor of the state shall be ex officio super- Gov. ex officio intendent of public property until otherwise provided by law, and superintendo shall have charge and control of the library and other movea- ent. ble state property; the capitol and public grounds around the same : Provided, That nothing herein contained shall authorize the governor to interfere with any rooms in the capitol that now are, or hereafter may be, appropriated by law, for the use of the legislaturc or state officers, during the time the same may be so used and occupied.

Sec. 2. That for the purpose of carrying out the provisions of

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Anthorized to this act, the governor is authorised and empowered to appoint a appoint libra. state librarian, who shall hold his office for one year, unless soon

er removed by the governor, or by joint resolution of the legislature, or by law; and to employ such workmen in and about the capitol and public grounds as may be necessary to keep the same in a proper state of cleanliness and repair, and to make such in-, provements as shall appear necessary, or as may from time to time

be authorized by law. To execute Sec. 3. The state librarian when so appointed shall execute to : bond. the state a bond in such amount, with such conditions, and with

such security, as the governor shall direct and approve. Duties.

Sec. 4. The state librarian shall perform such duties as are now required to be performed by the superintendent of public property, and shall also perform such other duties as shall hereafter be prescribed by law, or by the governor, subject to the control, supervision, and direction of the governor, as such superintendent. The governor may make such rules and regulations not inconsistent with the law, as he may deem proper for the government of

the state library. Gov. to take Sec. 5. The governor is hereby authorized to enter into and possession. take immediate possession of the library, and all that thereto ap

pertains ; and upon the passage of this act, the state property in . and about the capitol shall be deemed in the possession of the state, and under the exclusive control of the governor.

Sec. 6. The office of superintendent of territorial property is hereby abolished.

HARRISON C. HOBART,

Speaker of the Assembly.

JOHN E. HOLMES,

Lt. Governor, and President of the Senale. Approved, January 25, 1849.

NELSON DEWEY.

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Chap. 3.

An Act relating to Interest. THE People of the State of Wisconsin represented in Senale and Assembly, do enact as follows:

Section 1. Any rate of interest agreed upon by parties in conAng rate lc. tract, specifying the same in writing, shall be legal and valid.

Sec. 2. When no rate of interest is agreed upon or specified in a note or contract, seven per cent. per annum shall be the legal

rate. . Sec. 3. All acts and parts of acts contravening the provisions of this act are hereby repealed.

H. C. HOBART, . Speaker of the Assembly.

J. E. HOLMES, Licut. Governor, and President of the Senale, Approved, January 25, 1849.

NELSON DEWEY.

An Act to change the name of Nils Cornelius Gulbrandsen to Nils Corne. Chan

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THE People of the State of Wisconsin, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows :

Section 1. The name of Nils Cornelius Gulbrandsen of the Name chang. town of Muskego, Waukesha county, is hereby changed to Nils ed. Cornelius Bronson, by which name he shall and may be hereafter known in alle places whatever,

HARRISON C. HOBART,

Speaker of the Assembly.
WM. M. DENNIS,

President of the Senate, pro tem.
Approved, Januury 27, 1849.

NELSON DEWEY.

i An Act for the re-appraisal of a school section therein named.

| Chap. 5. THE People of the State of Wisconsin represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows: SECTION 1. Elisha Eldred of the county of Milwaukee, and Re-appraisal

of school sec. Charles M. Goodell of the county of Walworth, and Benja- tion min Hawkins of the county of Waukesha, are hereby appointed appraisers, to appraise section sixteer in township three north of range twenty three east, and shall have the same powers and coinpensation as the original appraisers appointed by joint resolution approved August sixteenth one thousand eight hundred and fortyeight, were entitled to, and shall perform the same duties, and be paid in the same manner as now provided by law, except that a reasonable time hereafter shall be allowed to said appraisers io perform said duties not exceeding thirty days.

Sec.2. In case any of the said appraisers shall fail on account of sickness or for other reason to perform said duties, the governor shall appoint some person or persons to act as such appraiser in their place.

HARRISON C. HOBART,

Speaker of the Assembly.
WM. M. DENNIS,

President of the Senate, prolcido.
Approved, January 27, 1849.

NELSON DEWEY.

An Act to provide the Legislature with certain books.

Chap. 6.

THE People of the State of Wisconsin, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows:

SECTION 1. That each member of both branches of the legislature shall be entitled to receive from the state library, one copy of the printed journal and debates of the late constitutional contenu tion.

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