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[Published March 81,1871.]
CHAPTER IM—Gkmeual. AM ACT relative to proceedings against garnish-1 Mi, The people ot the state of Wiacon-iu. represented I In aenate and assembly, do enact as follows ; •action 1. In all cases in the court* of this ■tale when an affidavit Is required lor the purpose of procuring any person or corporation to be sum moned, notified or charged as garnishee, the per •on making such affidavit shall stale therein, that the property, money, credit, effects or indebted- | ■ate mentioned In such affidavit, are to the knowl edge or belief ot the person making such affidavit not by law exempt Irom seizure or sale upon at tnahmaut or execution. Sec. 1 In all cases when a summons, or notice Is required to be served upon any person or corpora tion. to summon, notlly or charge such person or corporation as garnishee in any action pending In the courts of this state, n copy of such summons or notice shall be served on the defendant In such action within the time and In the manner that •ach summons or notice is required to ho served on such garnishee, if such defendant can l*e found within the Jurisdiction of the court in which such garnishee proceeding ahull be commenced. If BDCh defendant cannot be found within the Juris diction of such court, but shall have an agent or attorney residing therein, then such summons or notice snail be served upon such agent or alter ney within the time and in the manner aforesaid See S. Whenever any person cr corporation •hall be summoned or notified as garnishee, and he required to answer touching his or Its liability •agarnishee In any action pending In any of Die Courts of this state, the defendant in such action may appear in sneb garnishee proceeding, at the Ume such garnish- e Is required to answer, and file with the court or officer before whom sßch gar nishee Is required to answer, a notice lu writing, Mating that he claims the property, money, cred Its, effects or Indebtedness mentioned In the u • davit or a part thereol as exempt irom se'znrc or ■ale on attachment or execution, or any other fceta tending to show that the person or corpora tion so summoned or notified is not liable to be garnisheed, which notice shall atalc fully the facts npon which he claims that such property, money, credits, effects, or indebtedness are exempt, or that such person or corporation Is not liable to he garnisheed, and such defendant iu.,y also he sworn ny such court or officer, and be examined in rela tion to tacts stall and In such notice, whereupon the defendant giving such notice shul be and become a parly to said garnishee proceedings. The plain tiffin such action may traverse such notice like ■lf other pleading, and the Issue so formed sh HI be beard, tried aud deteimmed, like other issues laalvil actions. Bee. 4. The garnishee In any garnishee pro ceedings, or either party to tho action m which •ny garnishee proceeding shall lie commenced, may appeal from any decision, order or judgment made or rendered in such garnishee proceedings la the same manner and with the same effect lliat appeals are taken in ordinarycases pi tiding in the COWt when such garnishee proceedings are pend 5. lu all cases when a Judgment at,all lie rendered against a garnishee, tho costs and dis bonemcnls In the garnishee proceeding* may lie taxed and inserted In the Judgment against the garnishee; pruvidtti , that such garnishee has property, money, credit* or effects In ids hands Belonging to the defendant, or Is indebted to such defendant In a sum sufficient to salisly such lodgment and said costs aud disbursements; and ■ such garnishee nas nut property, money, credits or effects In his hands belonging lo tho defendant, nor Is Indebted to the defendant In u Mini sufficient to satisfy such Judgment and costs snd disburse ments, such costs amt disbursements may lie In aarted in (be Judgment In the action in w hich such proceedings eh nil be commenced and lie collected therewith. Sec. 0. This act shall take effect and ho tu force from and alter its pa-sage ami publication. Approved March M, 1871. iWt ul’Y. (Published March 81, IH71) CHAPTER 18#-<jKNKH*i. AM ACT to organize a Hale board of charities and reform. The people of the state ol SVlsconsin, represented tn senate and assembly, do c naet as follows : Heel ion 1. To the end that the administration of public . harity and tom otlon may be conducted upon sound | rliiclples ol economy, justice and humanity, and that tbe relations enisling betw, en the state and Its dependent and criminal cla-ses ■My become butter understood, there Is hereby created a stale hoard of charities and reform Bee. 8. The said hoard shall con-lsl of five Members, who shall lie appLlnled bv Ihe govern ; and shall hold their offices lor the term of live ynars and until their successors are appointed and qualified, except that at the first appointment lb term of one member shall he fixed lor one year, el another for two years, of another lor Hire.- yents, •f another for four years and ol IhejOth >r lor five years. When any vacancy shall occur In the hoard by resignation, death or any other cause, tin- gov •rnor snail appoint a now member p. serve lor the residue of the unoxplred term. Hoc. 8. Tue board shall meet In the office of Hi. necretary of stale wt hlt. sixty days after tlirlr sp Klutuient, to organize and to transact such olli.-t sluese ns may bo necessary to carry Hilo e 11s-ct the provisions of this ai t. They sliull afterward meet In October on or before the Ifitli day, and In January on or bet..re the Kith day, in each year; and they may hold such other meetings us they ■ay decide upon. Hoc. 4. Thu board shall appoint a qualified •lector as secretary,whose duly It shall be id keep Use records and books of tbe board, to prepare ■neb papers, to make such visits and to engage In •uch researches and Investigations as may lie re qn I red of him by the board. He shall hold his office lor three years, unless soonui discharged by Hm board. Hoc. It. It shall he the duty ol the hoard to In eesltgate and supervise the whole system of Ihe charitable uml correctional Institutions supported by the stale or receiving aid from Ihe )*atu treosu ry, by personal visits to such, making loemselvos familiar with nil matters necessary to be under stood In Judging ol their usefulness and of the honesty and economy of their management; and It shall also he their duty lo recommend such changes and addllouul provisions us they may deem n cossary for their greater economy ami •fflctency. bee. ti. It shall be the further duly of the[board to commence and to conduct a course of Investi gation Into the condition of poor hottsca In tbe elate, personally visiting and Inspecting them from time to time, ascertaining how many persons ol eacb sox are therein maintained, at what cost, and under what circumstances, as to heahli, comfort and good morals ; how many Insane persons there in confined, and whether such arrangements are made for their taro as humanity demands: also how many idiotic persons are therein supporlud , also how many poor children Ihe said p ...r houses contain, ami what provision is made lor tlioir suit able care and education. They shall also collect statistics as lo the number of the poor who are supported or relieved by towns i rotherw'.se at ihu public expense, outside of poor houses, the cost ut w hich such support or rellol Is furnished, and an\ other tmj orlant facts therewith c omiccfod. They shall also inquire to what extent the pr visions ot the jaw lu regard lo binding out poor i hihlren are coiupl.od with ; and In general they shall seek to collect such lads ns may throw lie tit upon the ad equacy and efficiency of existing provisions lor the support slid robot ol the poor, mid any causes operating to Increase or diminish the amount ..t pauperism In the stale, or lo place ih. burden ol relieving H where It does not propel ly belong. Sec. 7. _ll shall In. the furl her duty ol the imaul to coiunnmfe and to conduct a coutse otlnvc*llga tlou lu regard to Jails, city prison*, houses ol cor recliou and other places In the stale In which per suns convicted or suspected of crime, or any in sane persons are confined, ascertaining by visit or otherwise, their sanilary condition, tln-li arrange ment for the separatum of hardened criminals from Juvenile offender* and trom peraot sa aspects ed ol crime or detained as witnesses, also wtu then any uscltil employment Is tarnished lor prlsotieis, whether the insane are treated with due regard for humanity, and what efforts are put forth lor tbe reformation of criminals , and in gen. t al,they shall emit avor to ascertain for the information ol the legislature,any Important facts or const,:, r Hons bearing upon the best treatment ol criminals •nil the diminution of crime. Sec s. The board shall have full power m all tints* to look Into ami examine the condition oi the institutions and establishments referred toll, this act, lo Inquire Into ami examine their meth od I of tr . almeut, instruction, government and mnagtmenl ol their Inmates, the official conduct ol trustees, managers, directors, superintendent, and Other officer# and employes of the same. Hie condition of the buildings, grounds and other urooerty connected therewith, and Into all other matter# pertaining to their usefulness and good management, ami for ihoae purposes they ahan have free accosa to all parts ol the grounds and buildings, and lo all books and papers of said in stllnllou and establishment ; and alt persons now or hereafter connected with the same, are herein directed and required lo give cither verbally, or in writing as ihe board may direct, such Inforuu lion, audio afford such laulitles for Inspection as the board may require. , , Hoc On or before the first day o. Decent b, r lu each year,ihe hoard shall present to the govci nor a report ot their proceedings and ot their ex censes Under this act Said report shall contain a concise statement ol the condition ol ciuh of the chat liable and correctional Institutions supported bv Hie Stale, or re. elvingald from the slate reisu ry together with their opinion of the apuroprla nuns niopcr to he made for eacti tor it o following year * It shall also embody the results ol their in vestigations during the year, in regard to the sup port ot the posr and tbe treatment ol criminals; and shall also contain any .ntormal on sugges tions or re, ommemlatuuia which they may > noose lo present upon the matters by Hits act s-igncd ’‘ the r supervision and examination. I.jteo thou sand y 8,000) copies, of this fepoit shall bspr.i lea by the state printer In 'he same ma nsr re t, of the at ate officers arc printed, forme use ol the board Kudol the legislature. , Section lb. All membe sof the board and ihe secretary of the hoard are hereby prohibited from being interested, directly or until, c;,y, in au contract or arrangement lor building, repantug furnishing or pro' Ki ng any supplies of either ~l the institutions placed under their supervision. Set. 11. The members of the -. 1 htiAll re ceive no comiienaatlon for 'heir servic* s n- .ua.ed under U>U act. Upon fll'ng with the sea ury *1 ■Ute sworn statement* of th amount of expenses actnally and necessarily Incurred by them in car rying out the other provisions of this act,they shall has* the amount of raid expenses refunded to them from the state treasury; and the secretary of stale Is hereby authorised and required to draw his warrant upon the -tate treasury lor the amount of expenses so lucnrrd and proven. The secre tary of the boa rt shall receive for all services ren dered by him under this act, tl.ihO per annum. I payable upon the warrant, of the board, quarterly. Irom the slate treasury; his actum and necessary traveling expenses Incurred in performing his du ties shall be refunded In the sum manni ras those of the members of the board. Ann there is hereby appropriated out of '-ny money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated,a sum sufficient to Comply with the provisions ot this act. Bec. la. Hen-after the board of trustees of 'he Soldiers'Orphans'Home, of the Institution for the Education of the Blind, and of the Institution for the Ednc:.t!"it of the Jieafand Dumb and the board ol managers of the Industrial School for Boys, shall consist of five members each, who shall he appointed ny the governor for terms of three years each, except t,.af his first appoint ment* under the authority of ihi* seciion, shall be so arranged that tn each board two members shall be appointed for one year, two lor two years and one for three years, 80 rnnch of previous acts re lallng to the aforesaid Institutions as authorizes their present trustees or managers to hold their offices, is hereby so l ir repealed that -aid trusti es •ml managers -Ini gOont of office so soon as their successors we appointed and qualified; and the persons appointed in der authority of this section, are hereby der nr and to ho legal successors to their respective offices, and entitled to receive from their piedecessors all Hinds, hooks ami papers belonging to the aforesaid lu-tltOtlons respectively. Sec I t Ttds act -hall lake effect and he in forco from and after Hr passage. Approved Match A 1871. tSTCOFY. [Published March 81, 1871.] CIIAPI HR 84—Genkbac. AN ACT to afliend section twenty of chapter 183 of the revised statutes, entitled of "costs and fees." The people of the s'ate of Wisconsin, represented In senate mill Bssetoh.y, do enact as follows : Section 1. Section twenty of rhap'er one hun dred and thirty Hired of the revised statutes, is hereby amended -S to read as follows : .Jus ticoe of the pea-e may be allowed to receive the following tees aid may lux the same In all cases, when applicable nd all fees of said just cos In the progress of . reuse shall bo taxed In the Judg ment In favor of the uarty who recovers Judgmeir : Kora summons, warrant cr suhpo.ua, twenty five cunts. Kora venire for a Jury, twenty-five cents. Kora wairant m a criminal case, tweuty-flva cents. Kor taking ft rucognlaane* of bull, twenty-five cents. Kor admlnisieiing any oath to a witness,six cents and lor administering all other oaths, and certify ing the same whe i.eccrsary, twelve cents each. For a warrant ol attachment, twenty five cents, Kor entering a Judgment, twenly-llvo cents. Kc r every adjournment, twenty five cent*. Kor every bond, undertaking or security direct ed by law lobe 'aki-u and Improved by the Justice, twenty-five cents Kor receiving and entering verdict of jury, twen ty five cents. Kor entering return to any process, twelve cents Kor taking mi e\ unlnatlcm,testimony, or for any writing done In a cause, twelve cents per folio. Kor taking and ; -onion,twelve cents per folio,an I P r copy of pro- -i-ding* or of any paper, or exam ination in any case, when demanded, per folio, ten cents. Kor entering satisfaction of Judgment, twelv ■ cents. Kor entering amicable action without process, twelve cents. For a trimrrli)! ol Judgment, twenty live cents. For opening u judgment lor rehearing, twenty five cents, Foi tiling nil i y.-'rs, five cent* each. For tuning notice to take deposition,twenty five cents. For uklng and proving undertaking amt mak ing return lo an peal, Including travel, one dol lar. For m iking return to writ o r certiorari, por folio, ton cent*. For a search warrant, twenty-five cents. For drawing any affidavit in attachment, replev in or garnishee, iwenty-llve cents, and lor any other affidavit, oi other paper drawn by tholu-- llco, (or whlrli no ("her allowance Is made hy law, twelve cents per folio. For a commitment to Jail, twenty five cents. For an order to bring up prisoner, twenty live cants. For an order to discharge prisoner, issued to Jailor, twenty five ■ enta. For discharging a prisoner after hearing, on mo tion to discharge, twelve cents. For an execution, twenty-fivs cents. For every oilier writ, not herein enumerated, twenty-five cents, hor taxing costs, twelve cents. For docketing, 1 wonty-flvo cents. For marrying and making return thereof one d< liar and lift v i enta, and such other sum us may lie allowed hy the party making the application. Kor holding ti inquisition in cases of forcible entry and unlawlul detainer, one dollar. For inking and ■ -rlllylng the acknowledgement of a deed, lor each grantor named therein, twenty five cents. F..r traveling to perform any duly, when not otherwise provided for, and such travel Is neces sary, going, per mile, six cunts. Hoc -l This act shall lake effect and be In force from and after Its passage, Approved March 14, 1871. M^COPY. [Published March SI, 1871. J CHAPTER TO - (lINKKAL. AN ACT In further provide for the duties and an tliorlly ol the eunty board of supervisors, tied to provide lor filling vacancies In the board from clues and village*. The people of the Hate of Wisconsin, represented In senate and as-eiubly, do enact as follows : Section t 111 addition to the duties and powers now conferred upon and required of the county boaidot super)rs lu the several comities In tins State, the count) oard of the se)ernl counties, at the first meeting after their election, shall elect one ol t eir number chairman, who shall continue to occupy Ins -aid position as chairman of the courty board, am. perform all tbs duties required ol him as sue It chairman until the board ol super visor* elected lor he succeeding year shall elect a now cltiiltman a-his successor. sec. .' The pr-visions of section one of this act shall appl- i> the chairman ol the board ol county super)o n. now holding such olllco in this Sec .‘I, In 'ho cha rmsn of the town shall not he ah.e to oid the meeting of the county l„ m rd oi uper,. r*. and some other member of the fwn hoe ; supervisors shall represent said low n on the ■ -Mu y board, the town clerk of sueh to)) n shut! cert it) to the clerk ol the county hoard the name .-t tn . pervisor wlio shall be Indicated a 111 1 selected, s 1 e law now requires, to reprt sent sold town en " -.aid county board Ami until said ceil i finite i m the town clerk shall he recet ved by the ml - ,of the boa t), such side tup. r visor sti , i ■ peimilted to take tils seat ami reprt sent sai l ,u on the coni ty hoard of super* v Isors. i in ,a, ol vacancy hy death or other wise in tie . of county supervisors in cities and it-.i-ori -...- villages tlie common council ol .neb cil o-.li and ihe board ol trustees of such vil luge- sha.l tl -a vacancy by appointment. i-.ee b li e. where the county hoard ol au pervisor* u and upon to lay out, alter or ) a cate highways td board shall have power t.> appoint and au' ti , i/.o -i comm it lee of its own mini her to view sin Highway, to decide and deter .‘no upon all apt : tons relating to highways, to cause a shim-) -ud file an order with the clerk of tin bond, whl i shall be binding in ail respects, tlie same as it and oby the whole bterd of super visors. . Sec 8. If siiv member of the county board of supervisors sli.a ibselil htmsell from ihe me ell eg of said beard w lout good cause, or having first been excused by lie board, the Chairman of tbe board shall hav ulhority to issue a warrat I re qtitrtug ihe shli tf of the county or s, mo coi.sta tile, torlhwnb arrest aaul absent member aid bring him be', the board, the expense of winch shall budeduv.o. out ol the pay ol such meinb. r, unless by rtrs--l.il ui the same shall be remitted by vhe lioard. Sec. 7 The county board of shpervisors in all counties wh."ii : e county poor system doe* u. ot shall herealte exist, shall have power to pro vide for tak.tig -re ot the county poor, either in a poor house amt .ider a coun y poor superintend ent. or olb.rwi ~ as the board shall dir.'Cl a: 1 provide. 0.., c- All act- am’- part* of acts conflicting with the provisions ol his act are hereby repealed. See I, This act shall lake effect and be In force trom and after Is passage. Approved March It, tsjl. k tdl h . [Published March 81, ISTI ] CHATTER US—Ubukiul. AN ACT :• Ut .- to boil la Till' people of the - ate ol Wls, ensln, ;i'i r. •‘enter ill S uate and as moly, do enact a- ;.. ;. ,■on t Wh iovot any a vrtiuinal offeuac *hall b. admitted to *>m t.o b,s appeal mice at the circuit coutt to . Hie same, he may at lu? option, give >a'l e a.-i for his appearance at the the n pe: -tt g o: next regular term tbon'ol, or tor In- sp) e.aian ,- a- *“ h t*im and from trm to term thereafter until dig charged by law. Uec. 9. The following forme of recogn and bail bonds may be u* and l For appearance at r --., term on.y? JBTATE OF w ltd- O.N'IN We \ It., C. 1’ ami K F hereby give '.l n the -mu m - " * '.' ' . " ball) tor the appearance ol said A. H at. • v regular term ol tbe court lor count , to answer a criminal prosecution ft-r is,are the of fense.) Dated, —• . u (Signed). A. B. •-* E F. Approved, . Judge. Ac. For appearance from term to term: ST ATS OF WISCONSIN, I County. ) We, A. B , C. I) and K F., hereby give bail In the rum of dollars, (slating amount died as ball), lor the appearance of said A 11., at the next regular term of rbe court lor coun ty. to answer a criminal prosecution lor ss ate the offense), and from term to term thereafter, until discharged by law Dated, . . .. <Si:;iied), A. B. , C. D. E. F. Approved, Sec. 3. Ball given In open court may bo enter ed on the minute- substantially ihus: For appearand- ~t present or next term: TDK STATE, i vs. V A. B. J ( ame into corn. A. 8., C. I), anil E. F . arid gave hall In the ■■nn ol dollars, f r the appear ance of said A, 11 it the present (or, next regular) term, to answer to a criminal prosecution lor (state offense.) For appearance from term to term. THE STATE, j a- r Came Into com, A. 11,, C. 1). and E. K., and gave bail in the -un of doibits, lor the appear ance of said A ii. at the present (or, next regular) term, and from te mto term thereafter until dis charged by law, to answi r a criminal prosecution for (slate the offense.) Sec. 1. Ball hoia 1 and recognizances given of entered in the above forms, or forms of substan tially the-ame Import,-hall be as valid, binding and effectual, amt as much a charge, a- those giv en in the forms heretofore In use, and shall bind the principal and sureties, Jointly and i everally us follows: I, II for the pc mil. g term only, ft r the appear ance of the accused at the court from 'lay to day during such term, unless excused from sii h daily appearance by the court ■l. If for the m - t regular term only, for the ap pearance of the a- used at cour, at such term, on the first day thereof, and from day to day thereaf ter during term, unless excused by the court from such dally appearance. 3. If for all term- anti discharged by law, for the appearance of lire accused on the first day of each regular term, and from day to day therealter, during each term, unless excused by the court from such dally attendance, until discharged by law, ami for like appearance at any court to which the case may be removed I r trial. 4. That, at whatever term to which the bail ap piles, the accused shall do and receive what may by the court be then and there enjoined upon him, and not depart the court without leave. * bee. 5. The oath required of the sureties on a bail bond, or recognizance, may be subjoined to the same and substantially In the following form: County—ss. C. I) and It K., the sureties above named, be ing severally duly .worn, each for himself on oa r h says tbalhe owns and possesses unincumbered real estate, within Ibis state,"not exempt from sale on execution worth at least ihe sum of do.lars. (amount to be doable the sum at which the ball is fixed.) c „ K. F. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this day of , A. U. IS-. ± .Judge, Justice nr otherwise. Sec 8. Thiract shall take effect ami be iu force from and alter us passage Approved March 73, IS7I. ■# COPY. [Published March 31. 1871.] CHAP TEH 187—Cen khal. AN ACT to provide for the trial of offense* upon Information, ami to muku the general laws ol the dale applicable thereto. REFERENCES To AMENDMENTS. Sections 7,8, 9, 10, 11. of chapter IIS, revised statutes. All of chapter 177. revised statutes. Hectlona I, 9,3, chapter 178, revised statutes. Sections I, 8,7, 9, 10, 11, 13, chapter 179, revised statutes. Section rt, chapter Ist), reviaed statuteH. Section 9, chapter ISI, revised statutes. Sections 1,8, 4,5, li, chapter 168, revised statutes. Section 7, chapter lot, n vised statutes. Sections h, 7, chapter 170. revised statutes. Sections 9, ;t, 5,7, 10, 19, chapter 179, revised statutes. Sections 15 and 91, chapter 170, revised statutes. Sections 1,9, chapter 999, general laws, 1869. The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented la senate and assembly, do enact as 101 l owe: Section). 'lho several courts of this state shall possess and may exercise the same power tad jurisdiction to hear, try and determine prosecu tions upon Information lor cr mes, misdemeanors and offenses, to issue writs and process, and do all oilier acts therein us they possess and may oxer else In cases of like prosecution upon indictment. Hoc. 9. Ail Informations shall he filed during term ia thecoort having jurisdiction of the otfeiises specified therein, except as hereinafter provided, by the district attorney of the proper county ns Informant, and ho shall subscribe his name thereto. Hoc. 3. The offense charged In any information shall ho stated in plain, concise language, without prolixity or unnecessary repetition. Dili, rent offenses,,ond different degrees of the same offenses, may be Joined in one Information, In all cases where the sime might bo joined by different counts In one indictment; and In all cases the rie feudant or defendants shall have the same rights, as to all proceedings therein, as he or they would have If prosecuted for the same offense upon in dictment. Sec. t. All provisions of law applying to prose cut'ona upon indictments, to writs and process therein, amt ihe Issuing and service thereof, to motions, pleadings, trials and punishments, or the passing or execution ol any sentence, and to all other proceedings In ca-es of Indictment, whether In the court of original or appellate jurisdiction, shall, to the sumo extent and In the same manner us near as may be, apply o Informations ond all prosecutions nd proceedings thereon. Hoc. 5. Any person who may. according to law, be committed to Jail, or become recognized or held lo ball, with sureties for his appearance in court lo answer to any Indictment, may, in like maimer, ho so committed to j .11 or become recog nized and held to bull lor hts app.-arance to answer to any tuformatioi or Indictment, as the case may bo. Sec, ti. It shall be the duty of the district at torney of the proper county to inqu're into and make full examination of all the lacis and circum stances connected with .my i ase ol preliminary examination, as provided by law, touching the commission of any oil, use w'aeteon the offender shall he committed to ja.l, or become recorn.zed or held to bail ; and if tbo district attorney shad deteimlne In any rath case that an information ought not to be tiled, he sht'l make, subscribe ami .lie w.th the clerk ol the court a statement in writing, containing Ids reasons, in In t a> and in law, for not filing an tnlnrmntlo in such m-c: such Statement shall be Hied at and during be term ol the court at which the off uder shall be held for appearance: provided . that In snch caae Ibe contt may examine such statement, together with the evidence tiled In the .ase; and it. upon such ex amination, the court sha.l not be sutislle.l with -m t st tfoment, the district attorni ) aha Ibo di rected by the court to file the proper information and bring the case to trial. See. T. No lid. 'man..it -ball be lie and ag-.d’-t any person lor any offense until such perron shall have had a preliminary examination, as provided by law, before a justice < i the peace or other X aunning magistrate or otlb . r, ni.le-r such person shall waive his right to-uch examination: /ire t 'ill,-,1. that Informations may be filed without such examination against fugitive-Irtuu justice, within ths meaning of the constitution and laws of Ihe United States s-ec g, Whenever any Information shall be fil ed by soy district attorney, nauer the provlaious of this act, without a p iminary examination, and the defendant In sti. h li toiiuaiion shall be a-- ip.ltte I or discharged without trial thereof, tt shall i the Inly of the court in which the defendant tall be so acquitted or otherwise discharged, lo determine whether such .u urination was fi ed upon probable cause and In rood iaith, and when fount ~i bo s i filed, to tile a duplicate of .in ii determination that aaoh tuloraation was fit pi ibab e . arse ant in good faith. And when sucu court stall not file such duplicate, the defendant in sum information may maintain au action against such district attorney for mai clou proaecutlon. Sec. 9. Incase any p red mi nary examination has beet, had, .s provided by law. and me person com plained of has been discharged lor want of suffl cienl evidence lo raise a probability cf h;■* guilt, and the district attorney shall afterwards discover admissabi 'evidence sufficient, in his Judgment, io convict the person discharged, he may nut with standing such discharge, cause another complaint to K* m ete iH-'oie mwy i.nicer .unhurt/., it by taw to make such examination, amt thereupon a com) arrest and examination -hall be had. or the feiiM or informations. Sec. 10. The Information may lie ia the fol lowing lorm State <r \Vi -i.vmv. The Stale of Wisconsin, ) against v. Name i t V used 1 > l_ ,and strict attorney lor i-aut com ’ . it (aid unty, A or liias ol aeons and 1 .te th - offense 1 -iga n-t ;he peace and dignity of the stale ol Wisconsin. District Attorney. Sec. tl. fhe information shall be sufficient i. 1 it can be understood there.rom - K r-t That tl is presented by the person a.; th, r zed by law to j resecuie .he offense CUIi-i l -It* t-t >V ■■ • I'- •' • •■i’s'Uu • u 'IVi . or described a- a person whose names unknown ito the Inform mt . ... Third I'hat the offense was comm’ted within the jurisdiction id tbs Ci ur-. r-r is inat'le therein Fourth That the offense charged ‘s set font, with such degree ol certainty th rt he court may i pronounce Judgment upon a conviction accorting to the right of the ca.-e. OF TUI STATEMENT OF OFFENSES. Sec. IZ. In indictments or information for rant- ! der or man-laughter, it shall not be necessary to! set forth the manner iu which, or the means by which the death of the deceased was caused, hut it shall he sufficient In any iudiclnn-nl or infor mation for murder, to charge that the accused did willluly, leloniously, and ol his malice afore thought, kill and murder the deceased ; and in any Indie meut or inlormation for manslaughter. U shall tie sufficient to charge that the accused did feloniously kill and slay the deceased. Sec. 13. In indictments or Inlormation,for will ful or corrupt perjury. It shall be sufficient to set for h the substance of tl e offense charged, and in what court, or before whom the oalhor affirmation was taken, averring such court, person or body to have competent authority to administer th- -ame. together with the proper averments to falsify ibe mailer wherein the perjury Is assigned, without setting forth the indictment, information, complaint, affidavit, declaration or part ol any records or proceedings, other than as aforesaid, and without setting lorth the (ommission or au thority of the court, person or body before whom the perjury was committed. In Indictments or tsi irmatione for subornation of perjury, or tor endeavoring :o l.idte or procure any person to commit the crime of perjury, it shall lie sufficient to set forth the substance of the offense charged upon the delendant, without setting lorth the In ointment, information, comp.alnt, affidavit, dm la- Lion or part ol any record or proceedings, and without setting lorlh the commission or authori ty of the court, person or body before whom the penury was commuted agreed, promised or incit ed to bo commit led. Sec. 14. In any indictment or information for falsely making, uttering, forging, printing, photo graphing, disposing of or putting off any Instru ment, it shall be sufficient to set forth the purport thereof. Sec. 15. In any Indictment or information lor engraving, making or mending, or beginning so to do, any instrument, matter or thing, or lor providing, using or having the unluwlul custody or possession ol any instrument or other material, mailer or thing, it shall ho sufficient to describe such instrument, material, matter or thing by any name or designation hy which the same may be usually known. Sec. 10. In all other cases, whenever It shall be necessary to make any averment in any indictment or information, as to any instrument, whether the same ct nsists wholly or in part, ol writing, print or llgores, it shad he sufficient to describe ouch in siruraent bv any name or desiguat on by wuicb the same may be usually ktowe, or by the purport thereof. Sec. 17. When an offense shall Im committed iu relation to any election, an Indictment or informa tion for such offense shall he deeemed sufficient, if it allege that such election was authorized by law, wit lout stating the names of the inspectors nr officers holding such elections, or Ihe offices to b - tilled thereat, or the names of the persons voted for. Sec. 18. In every indictment or information in which U shall be necessary to make auy averment as Iu auy money, or bank bill, or note, United states treasury notes, postal or fractional curren cy or other bills, bonds or notes, Issued by lawful authority and intended to pass ami circulate as money, or any United Slates bonds, it shall be suf ficient to describe such money or hills, notes, cur- 1 rency or bond*, simply as money, without specify ing any particular coin, note, bill or bond, and such allegation shall be sustained by proof ol any amount of coin, or of any such note, bill, curren cy or bond, although the particular snecies ol coin of winch such amount was composed, or the par ticular nature of such note, bill, curreucyor bond, shall not be proven. Sec. 19. An indictment or Information tor lar ceny may contain also a count for obtaining the same property by false tokens or pretenses, or a count for embezzlement thereof, and for receiving or concealing the same property, knowing it to have been stolen, and the jury may convict ol either offense, anil may find all or any ol the per sons indicted or Informed against guilty of either the offenses charged In the indictment or informa tion. Sec, 90. When the offense charged has been created by any statute, or the punishment of such offense has been declared by any statute, the in dictment or iufotmatl, n shall after verdict, be held -uffiolenl to wa-rant the punishment prescribed by the statute, if it describe the offense in the words of the statute, or in words of suostautlally tile same meaning; and words used in the statutes to define a public offense need not be strictly pur sued In charging au offense under such statutes, hut other words conveying the same meaning may be used. Sec. 91. In pleading a Judgment or other deter mination of, or proceedings bo urn any court or of ficer. the facts conferring jurisdiction need not be stated ; but it shall lie sufficient to stale that the judgtat nt or determination was do y rendered or made, or the proceedings duly hud before such court or i Ulcer, bnt the facts conternng jurisdic tion must be established on the tr al. Sec. 99. In pleading a private statute, or a right derived therefrom, it shall lie sufficient to coder to Ihe atalnte by its title acd the dale of Us approval. Sec, 9.) In case of the loss or destruction of an information, thu district attorney may Hie in court another inlormatlou, amt 'he prosecution shall proceed and trial be had without delay from that cause In ease ol the loss or destruction oi an in dictmuut, the court, upon suggestion of the fact, may order another to be found, or an information 'o be died, ns it deems proper. H, c. 94. Wfien it appears, at any time before virdict or judgment, that a mistake his been made u charging Ihe proper offense, Ihe defend ant shall not oe discharged if there appears to be good cause to detain him in custody, but the court may recognize him lo answer p> the offense, and, it necessary recognize the witnesses lo'ap pear and testify. Sec. 95. In an Indictment or In ormation for the larceny of any animal, or for any other public of fonso corondtted tn reference to any animal, it shad bo sufficient to describe the animal by such name as, lu the common understanding, embraces It, without designating its sex. -ec. 9 In an Indictment or Information for an offense c in milted In relation to property, It shall be sufficient to stale the name of any one, or the names ol several joint owners. or amendments. Sec. 97. Any court of record In which the trial ot an indictment or informal ion is had, may forth with allow amendment In cure ol var/ance between the statement In Ihe indictment or inlormalioii,and the jirool In the billowing cases : In the name or description 01 any person, place or premises, or of j any titind. wruiugor record, or the ownership ol any properly described in the indiitmout or in for mid on, and in all casus where the variance be tween the indictment or information and the proof ate not material to the merits of the case. boc id. I pon allowing such amendment, the , con i may direct such amendment ol other parts id 'he indictment as may the eby bo rend red uec e-s’iry, and may in its discretion proceed in or post pone the trial. Sec 2H. Whenever the plea of misnomer Is pleaded to an indictment or information the court ■ may lorltiwith auselhe indictment or information , to be amended in tit it respect, and Call upon the parties to plead thereto m though no such plea had Seen pleaded. >er. No indictment, information, process, r.-ttn it or etli r proceeding in a criminal civ* i in the courts or course of justice, shall be abated, ouastn and or reversed for any error 01 mistake where the ;, ';son and the case in iv be rightly understood by tii ■ court, md Ihe court in ly, on motion, order an amendment curing sneb defect. OF grand juntas. Sec. 3i. Grand juries shall not hereafter be drawn, summoned or r '[Hired to attend at the sittings of auy court within this state,as provided by law, unless III" Judge thereof Shull so direct ba wl'll tng ut dec Ills hand,and Hied wl'h the clerk of said Court such order shall specify the time at which such grand jury shall appear before the court, and ih number of daya notice or summons which sha 1 be given them. OF FLEAS or GUILTY. Sec 32. Whenever any person committed f>r trial and In actual cmtluemunt for an ollVnse for which the li heat penally provided by law shall not exceed rive y 'ara imprtsenmi nt, shall request ol the district attorney and county Judge ol the county in which the offense waa committed to he erralg ed upon such charge before the county court, before the sitting ol ,he court having Juris diction to try the same, it -hall he Ihe duty i t the district attorney, upon the receipt of such request, to tile an information against the prisoner upon sued charge, within rive days thereafter, in the odlco of the clerk of the conn having tr ai juris- diction at and deliver a copy thereof to the prisoner Such request shall be in writing, subscribed by the prisoner in Shu presence of the sherlir, un der-sheriff or Jailor, who shall sign ’he same a- at t, sting, witness. and ahull forthwith he delivered lo the clerk ot th proper court. Immediately up on receiving and filing the r oue, the clerk ahall mike two eeitlftod copies thereof one o( which; the sheriff'shall forthwith serve upon the dirtrci attorney and the other noon tiro county Judge. So ■. -I Thu county Jn ige uvon receiving such reque-t shall at ot.ee Issue an order filing a tune ; ior such arraisnute.il, at d“t ding the plate where she same will he had. which time shad he not less than sit d*t- after th- receipt hy him of such re quest rte sheriff shall acr re * copy of such or Xu- upon district attorney, the prisoner's eon .- is i e have at , and ll th ; risoi cr is a minor. ■ areal Hire i too prisoner, il any anv there be known to the sheriff residing In the coun:v, at least three days before the t.me fixed for -;.ch arrangement. Sec. ’.l. At the time rtx l for such arraignment the sheriff or jailor shall produce the prisoner be fore the county Judge ai see u-ual court rsnu of the county court. .It shall be the duti of the sher d, district afornci and clerk of the Court, having • jurisdiction.’to attend upon such arraign in ns. The clerk shall a< t as clerk Of she county c .art in the proceeding, and -halt exhsbil ■ ml rmalion ana she ev,deuce taken helore the examining magtstraie.il such examioaitcu has wen had to the t n*j jn Ig "h -' t : ■.■ vain . th -rule, is preliminary examination has been w i ved by ’he prisoner, the county indee shall tn a re nto the nature ot the esse and mar examine witnesses, it necessary, to enable him to jucg’ ol she proper umeomof’pnn ahoi-nt so be inflicted Fae ccuntv judge shall ca i- duo prc ol lo be filed with the dark. of tha proper service of euch re qnest and his order aa herein required. The pris oner shall then, In opeu conn, be arraigned. The county Judge or district attorney shall fully explain to him the exact nature of the offense charge l In the information, and the penalty provided there for oy law Sec. 35. If upon such explanation the prisoner refuses to plead, or plead not guilty, such refusal or plea -hall be entered on the minutes and the prisoner remanded to jail to await his trial. If he plead guilty to the Information, the county judge -hail receive the piea. shall pass sentence and ren der Judgment thereon, in the -erne manner and with like effect as if such plea had been made in the court having trial jurisdiction, and shall in flict such punishment,either by fine or imprison ment, or both, as the nature of the case may re quire; but such punishment shall in no case be less nor greater than the penalty fixed by law for the offense charged. Such request, information, plea, sentence, Judgment, and the minutes of all the proceedings shall bo entered and recorded in a book t i be kept for that purpose in the county court in the same manner and substantially the same form as tl the arraignment had been had in the court having trial jurisdiction, and the clerk shall also keep a similar record thereof, in the same form in hi- office, in a book to bo kept lor .hat purpose. Sec. 38 Such sentence shall be certified by the cl rk from his record thereof, delivered a’d exe cuted In the same manner as if passed by t o court having! laljurisdiction. Sec. 37. When any p rson shall be c anmitted for trial, and in ac'ual confinement, or in jail by virtue of any indictment or informal!- pending against him, the court having trial iirlsdlctiou mav. at any law or special leim thereof, upon the application of the prisoner, in wi i.ng, slating that he desires to plead guiltv to the charge made against him by the complaint, India unent or intor mation, direct an information to ne filed, if in dictment or information has not been filed, and upon the filing thereof, amt of such application, may receive and record a plea of guilty, and award sentence thereon. , amendments to statutes. Sec. 38. Section seven of chapter one hundred and eighteen of the revised statutes is hereby amended oas to read as follows: ‘ Section 7. On receiving such lists, the clerk ol the circuit court court shall write the names of the persons contained in the petit jury list, on -eparate pieces oi paper, each in the same mann r as near as may e, so that the name written thereon shall not tie visible, and shall deposit such pieces of paper in a box from which they shall be drawn as herein alter provided. And when ordered by the Judge, as provided by law to draw a grand Jury, he shall in like manner write the names ol the persons contained on the grand jury list on separate piec es, and deposit such pieces in a box to bo drawn as hereinafter provided." Sec 89. Section Bof said chapter one hundred arid eighteen is hereby amended so as to read as follows ; "Sections. At least fifteen days before the aittlng of any court, the clerk of the court, iu the presence ol the sheriff or under sheriff, and h justice of the peace, shall proceed to draw the names of thirty-six persona from the box contain ing the names of petit jurors, to serve as petit Jurors at such court. And when ordered by the court to draw a grand jury, he shall In like manner and before like witnesses, proceed to draw the names of seventeen persons from the box contain ing the names of the grand jurors to.serve as gr.ud jurors of said court." Sec. tO. Section nlue of ald chapter one hun dred and eighteeen is hereby so amended as to read as follows : “Section 11. The clerk of the circuit court shill, twelve days at leasl before the first day oftlio court, issue and deliver to tbo sher iff'or under sheriff'of sale county, a venire (or the petit jury, under the seal of the court, command ling him to summon the persons so drawn as I jurors, to appear be fora the said conn, at or before the hour of eleven o’clock A. M ,on the llrst day of the term thereof, to serve as petit jurors. And when ordered to draw a grand jury as provided by law. he shall in like manner issue and deliver a ventre, commanding ttie sheriff or under sheriff to summon the persons so drawn as grand juror- 'o apjiear belore the said court at the timo specified in the order of the judge." Sec. 41. Section leii of said chapter one hund red and eighteen is hereby so amended as to read astollows: "Section 10. At least twelve days’ notice of such drawing of the petit jury shall be ' giveu by such clerg, by publishing the same In a newspaper of the county, if there be any, and If not by affixing such notice on the outer door of the house where the court for which such jury is drawn is about to be held." Sec. Id. section eleven of said chapter one hundred and eighteen is hereby so amended as to read as follows: “Section 11. The sheriff or under sheriff shall summon the persons named iu suclt venires to attend such court us grand or petit jurors, as the case may he, by giving personal no tice to each poison, or by leaving a written notice j at his place of residence, with some person ol proper age. lie shall return such venires to the court at the opening thereof, specifying those who were summoned and the manner In which such person was notified. Telit jurors shall be sum moned at least four days before the sitting of the court; grand Jurors shall have such notice as the Judge in his order calling such jury shall require to be given," See. 43. Chapter one hundred and seventy-sev en of the revised statutes is hereby so amended as to read as follows; “CHAPTER 177. "OV INDICTMKNTS, AND HBOCEEDINOS lIKPOUK TRIAL “Section 1, Any person held in prison on any charge of having commuted a crime shall bo dis charged, if ho bo not indicted or an information tiled against him before the end of the second term of the court at which he is held to answer, unless it shall appear to llio satisfaction of the court that the witnesses on the part cf the s'alo have been enticed or kept away, or are detained and pre vented from attending the court by sickness or some Inevitable accident. "Sec. 3. An indictment or information for crime punishable by imprisonment for lilc, may be found Or filed at any period. All Indictments or tutor mation for other crimes shall bo found and filed within six years after the commission ol the ol fonse. where the offenders shall be known; but any period during which the party charged was not actually and publicly a tesld.-iit within this stale, oi in which the party commuting•heoffeoßo was unknown as an offender to the sheriff or pros ecuting attorney of tbs county where the offense was committed, shall not be reckoned as part ol the ,-ix years. ••Sec 3. If the grand jnry shall find and return to the court an indictment, cr the proper olllcor shall Hie an Information against any person who Is not already in custody, process shall lonhwlth be Issued to arrest the person charged with the offense, ■ Sic. 4. As soon a-may be after the finding ol an indictment or the filing of an information lor a crime punishable by imprisonment for life, the party charged shall be served with a copy thereof, by the sheriff or his deputy, at least twenty-font hours before trial. Sec 5 A2 i © sons Indicted or against whom an inhumation 1- tiled, shall bo tried before the cir cuit court, unless they request to be arraigned in the coituiy court, and*plead guilty Hi " oln as here inbefore provided, and any prisoner indicted or against whom at information is Hied for a crime punishable by imprisonment in the state prison lot file, shall, on demand upon the clerk, bj himsell or his counsel, have a list of the jurors returned, delivered to him at least iweuty-lonrhours before trial, and shall tlso hav process to summon suen witnesses ss ire necessary to his defense, at the expense of the sta e. •• rice, ti Every person indie tod or against whom an information is tiled for an offense lor which to may be impiisoucd in the state prison, shall, if tic be under recognizance or in custody to answer lot such offense, be eutitled to a copy of ibe Indict ment or information, and of all indorsements thereon, without paying any fees thcrelor. “Sec. 7. Thu district attorney and ail other prosecntlngofficers may in all cases issue subim nas fer witnesses to appear and testily in behalt ol thr state, and the subpeesas, under the ha; and oi such officer, shall have the same form, and be obeyed in the same manner, and under the same penalties in case of delault, as if issued by the clerk, “ Sec. 8 It shall not be necessary to pay or ten deriny lues to any witness who is ssbpceuaed in any criminal prosecution, but every such witness shsil lie bound to attend, and be punishable for con-at'endsuce, in the same manner as if the fees allowed by law had been paid to him. •■Sec. 9. Whenever au Indictment is found or information died against any person for any mis demeanor, for which the party injured may hava a remedy by civil action, except whore the offense was committed by or upon any sheriff or other officer of justice, or riotously, or with intent to commit a lelsny, if the party'injured shall appear In conn where such indictment or Information is pending and acknowledge satis'actlon for the in jury sustained, the conrt may, on payment ol the cost - accrued, order all further proceedings to hu stayed, and discharge the defendant from the in dictment or information, which shall forever bar ail remedy for such injury hy civil action. "Sec. 10. When any person is arraigned upon an Indictment or information, it shall not he nec essary in any case, to ask him how he will be tried. •Sec 11 If on the arraignment of any person who is Indicted, or agalnsi whom any information is tiled, he -hall r fuse to plead or answer, or sta 1 not confess the indictment or inlormatlon to be true, the court shall order a plea of not guilty lo bo entered, and thereupon the proceedings shall tie the same as it he had plend 'd not gtnity to the tudic.m- nt or Information, a- the case may be. • Sec. 14, Every person held in prison upon an indictment or Information, shall, if he require it, be tried as soon a* the next term of the court alter the xpiration of six months from the time when he was imprisoned or -hall he hailed upon hisown recognizance, nmes* it shall appear to the satis faction of the court that the witnesses on behali o! the vate have been enticed or kept away, or are d< tained and prevented from attending the conn by sickue-s or s me inevitable accident. ••Sec. IS. When a plea In abatement, or other dilatory plea to au Indictment or informailon shad be offered, the court may refuseto receive it until ihe truth th’reof shall be proved by affidavit or otnor evidence." S'C +4 Section one ol chapter one hundred and seven*; * t*t of the revived sletniaa, is here by amended by adding after the word, l> indlf meet, 1 ' In the sixth line thereof, the word* >v, Information. - ’ Section two of said chapter I hereby amended by adding thereto after'he wore “found," in the first lino thereof, the words, “S Information filed.” Section three of said chanta* is hereby amended by adding thereto, after iS word, "found,” where It occurs in the third ana flftn line-, the w >rd, “or information filea.” aa Sec. 45. Section one ofchutiler two hundred ina twenty-two of the general law- of ls3. is herah. amended by adding thereto, after the word, >-7 dlctniont." where it occurs in the third, fifthlninui and foaricenth lines thereof, the words, “or’li f o jj matlon." Section two of-aid chapter is herebt amended by adding thereto, after the word -eV dictment,” in the fourth line thereof, the w’or£ “or information." ’ Sec. 48. Section one of chapter one hundr-n and sevinty-n.no ol the revised statutes, is hereto amended by adding thereto,after the word“lndlen mont," in the first line thereof, the words, “or in formation.” Section three of said chapter is hers! bv amended by adding thereto, after the word “indicted,” in the first line thereof, the word against whom an information is filed ” Sectios seven of -aid chapter i* hereby amended by addin* thereto, after tee word, ■•lndicted,” m the drit and second linos thereof, the words, "or again!' whom an information is filed." Sectlos nine of said chapter is hereby amended by add s* thi re'.o, after the word, • indicted," in the fit?i line thereof, the words “or informed aga.nst ' and by adding af’er 'he word, “Indictment, - 1. the third and seventh linos the words, “or inform atiou. -- Section ten of said chapter is herebr amended by adding thereto after the woid, -aj dictment, - iD the first line,the words, "or iu!orm. lion. -- Section eleven ol -aid chapter 1- herebt amended by adding thereto, after the word, dieted,” in the first line thereof, the Words, --ci informed a, - ainsi." Section thirteen of said etna, ter is hereby amended by adding thereto, alter -C word, "indictment,” in the flr-t line, the words * information.” Sec. 47. Section six of chapter one hundred and eb’hty of the revised statutes is hereby amended by adding thereto, alter the word, "itidictmem " in the second line, the words, "or information. Sec. 48 Section two of chapter one hundred and eighty-one. of the revised statutes, Is hereb? amended by adding thereto, alter the word, "in. dictment,” in the second line, the words, “or ip. formation-” Sec 49. Section one of chapter one hundred and sixty-three ol the revised statutes is herco amended so as to read as follows : "Sec, 1, person shall be held to answer for a criminal of tense unless on the presentment or indietmen: of grand jury, or upon an information duly tiled against him in the manner provided by law. except in cases of impeachment, or In cases cognizable by justices ot the peace, or arising in the army or militia, when in actual service, in time of war or public danger.” See. DO. Section three of said chapter one hoi., dred and sixty-throe, is hereby amended by add mg thereto after the word ‘indicted,’ - In the tun line, the words, “or informed against." Section four ol said chapter is hereby amended by adduu after the word, “Indictment, 1 where It occurs, a the second and sixth lines thereof, the words, "or information." Section five ol said chapter is here by amended by adding alter the word, “indicted, in the first line thereof, the words, “or informed against," and by adding after the word, "indict ment,-' where it occurs in the third, lourlh anc fifth lines thereof, 'ho words, “or Information,' Section six of said chapter is hereby amended bj adding thereto after the word, “person," at the end of said section, the words, “or jurisdiction to award sentence upon a plea oi guilty.” Sec. 51. section seven of chapter one hundred and -lily (our ol the revl-ed statutes is hetebj amended, by adding thereto, alter the word, “In. dieted,” where it occurs in the second line, un words, "or informed against.” Sec. sa. Section five of chapter one hundred and seventy of the revised statutes, is hereby amended by adding thereto, after the wont "found," in the tenth line, the words, “or inforas tiou filed." Section seven of said chapter is here by amended by adding thereto, alter the word, "indicted," in the first line, the words, “or in formed against,” and after the word “indictment,” In the third lino, the words, “or inlormatlou." Sec. 53. Section two of chapter one hundred and seventy-two of the revised statutes ts hereby amended by adding after the word, “indicted," m the third and fifth lines, the words, “or informed against.” Section three of said chapter, is also amended by adding thereto after the word, "ts dieted," in the second and fourth lines, the words, "or informed against." Section five of said chap ter is hereby amended by adding ihctelo, abet Ore word, "indicted, -- in the third line, the words, "or iutormed against.” Section seven of talc chapter is amended by adding thereto, after the word, “Indictment,” in the third line, the word*, "or information -- Section ten of said chapter ia hereby amended by adding thereto, alter the word, "indictment,’’ in the fifth, ninth and tenth lines the words, “or information." Section tweivj ol said chapter Is amended by adding after the word, “indictment,” in the found line the words, "or Information. - ’ Sec. 54. Section fifteen of chapter one huidred and seveuly-six ol the revised s.alntes is hetebj so amended as to read as follows; “ Section 15. All the testimony of the witnesses examined shall bo reduced to writing by the magistrate or under his direction, and shall be signed by'.hi witnesses. ” Sec. 55. Section twenty-six of said chanter dm hundred and seventy-six is hereby amended sou to read as lollows : “ B"ction 38. All examina tions, evidence and reco.-uixances taken by ucy magistrate in pursnance of the provisions of mu chapter, shall be certified and returned by him w the clerk oi the court before which the party charged is bonml to appear, within ten days af the close of such examination ; and It such maps Irate shall neglect or refuse to return the same, M may be compelled forthwith to do so by rule ol the circuit or county court, and in ease of disc** dlence may be proceeds I against by attachment as for contempt, and for such neglect shall a’so be liable to a penalty of twenty dollars,to be collecte: in an action against him as other tinea are col lected." Section 66. Nothing in this act contained tin be SO construed or have the effect to direct deprive the municij al court (wh ch was esutr listed hv the provisions of chapter 199 of t f laws of Wisconsin, published in the volume laws styled private and local laws of 185 bot pages 388 to .'i'.ll inclusive, entitled, “an act 3 establish a municipal conn In the city and coiiug of Milwaukee,” approved March 18, 1859,) ol at; of the jurisdiction, power or authority now by Ip vested in said municipal court; and all the prens ions of Hits act are hereby declared to apply:- said municipal court. Sec. 57. All acts and parts of acts cen raveuiaj the provisions of this act are hereby repealed. Sec 58. This act shall take etfect and bej: force from and after the first day of July,A.l) I-" Approved March 33. 1-71. I3w e'ol’l I Published March 31,1871.] CHAPTER 151-GEBERAL. AN ATT to amend chapter 7 ol the revised sia”' entitled “ol genera! and special elections, of manner of conducting ;ue same, and of the - vase." The people of the state ol Wisconsin, represec r. in senate and assembly, do enact ns follows: Section 1. Section (p'J of chapter 7of the rev ■ stai incs, entitled “o' general and special electli t* of the nianu. r of conducting the same, and of canviss,” is hereby amended ny insertingafter ltd word, "conniy,' in ihe second line thereof words, “or which may embrace portions of r ‘' counties," also by inserting alter ti.e wot* “counties," In lli f.-urth lino thereof then' : • “whereof a portion or the whole is,” so thut in sect lon when amended shall read as folio"• “Section 89. In each senate and assembly trict, the limits of which shall bo greater ' f those of a county or which may embrace port: of two counties, there shall lie a board ot disj r canvassers, and the clerks ot the several boar ■ supervisors in the counties whereof a portlet ; the whole is within the district, ami the chair* 1 ; ol the county board of supervisors in the con where the meetings of the board arc to ba hr* shall constitute such a board.’’ Bee. 9. Section 17 of said chapter 7 is hers amended by Inserting alter the woid “tots tants” in the sixth line thereof, the words, “ or , tho county containing the most populous P 0 1;; ; of such assembly district,” so that said ser’- : ; when amended shall read as follows: ; 71. The board shall meet in each such as-stf; district, on the second Tuesday next after tbs on which the county canvass Is required to made, and in each senate district on the Tuesday next after the county canvass at the of the clerk of the board of supervisors o county, in such district having the greatest her of inhabitants, or of the county contains, most populous portion ol such assembly d:- accordlng to the last precedingcenatis.” , bee. 3. This act shall take eliert and in from and after its passage and publication Approved Match 24, IS7I. COri [Published April 1,1811.] CHAPTERS*—GeHkhm. . AN ACT to provide for serving notices of in* v filing notes of usue with thee'erk in the c_, , courts of this state, and to repeal cl spier, ;,, the genera! laws of 18.79. entitled “anact 1*“"' ! to trials in court* of record.” . The people of the slate of Wisconsin, reprise In senal' 1 and ass.-mhly, do enact ns (olio** a Section 1. At a y lime after issue Joined li a civil action in a court of record of this state, c parly may bring the same on for trial at any ( f court tit which the same is triable by gb ' I tice of trial at lea-l ten day* before snen tele , conn. The pany giving the notice shall ,ur _: ; 5 the clerk at least eight nays before Ibe term. ", a note of issue containing the t lie of the c * the names of tho atto.neys, the time ' J was j. lined, and slat n_- whether it he for iris w the jury or the court or an issne of law, nun i clerk shaii thereupon place the cause upon j* 1 1 endar, according to the date of the issne : P I f t. if the party giving inch no tee r ■ fail to furnish the clerk’ with such not- of 1 ■ the conn may. in its discretion, place snen ■ epon the calendar. . _ „ J >ec. J Coupler 72, Idwi of l hereby Sec. S. This act shall take aib*M bj u M from and aftAr ns pasauge and Ad,roved March li, tm'.