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the person making complaint of such violation, and the other balf into the county treasury.

SECTION 3. Justices of the peace shall have juris- Justices may diction to try and determine all cases arising under the ing under this provisions of this act: provided, the defendant shall not act. be deprived of a jury trial, or of his rights of appeal as in other criminal cases.

SECTION 4. This act is hereby declared to be a public act and shall be in force from and after its passage.

Approved February 8, 1868.

CHAPTER 37.

[Published March 18, 1868.)

AS ACT to authorize the county board of supervisors of the county

of Green to erect a soldiers' monument.

The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented in senate

and assembly, do enact as follows:

ument.

SECTION 1. The county board of supervisors of the May erect moncounty of Green are hereby authorized and empowered to erect in said county a suitable monument in commemoration of the soldiers of said county who died in the service of the United States in the rebellion of the Fear 1861, and to purchase a suitable site for said monument, and to improve and ornament the same as in their discretion seems desirable.

SECTION 2. For the purpose of carrying into effect May levy taz. the objects specified in the preceding section, the said board are hereby authorized and empowered to levy a tas not exceeding one mill upon each dollar of all the taxable property in said county,

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

Approved February 8, 1868.

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CHAPTER 38.

[Published March 18, 1868.]

AN ACT to legalize the jury lists selected and made up by the

county board of supervisors of Trempealeau county.

Legalized.

The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented in senate

and assembly, do enact as follows:

SECTION 1. The lists of grand and petit jurors selected and made up by the county board of supervisors of the county of Trempealeau at their adjourned annual meeting held in December, 1867, are hereby made and declared to be legal and valid jury lists, as fully in every respect as if all the provisions of law for the selecting of such jurors and the making up of such lists had been in all respects pursued and com. plied with; and it shall be the duty of the clerk of the circuit court of the county of Trempealeau to draw the of the grand names and petit jurors to serve at the several terms of the circuit court in said county for the year 1868, from the jury lists so selected and prepared by the said county board of supervisors of Trempea. leau county,

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

Approved February 8, 1868.

CHAPTER 39.

[Published February 20, 1868.]

ÁN ACT to incorporate the “Goodrich transportation company''.

Oorporators.

The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented in senate

and assembly, do enact as follows:

SECTION 1. Albert E. Goodrich, William J. Whaling, Gregory Hurson, Albert Conro, Isaac A. Hasbrouck and such other persons as may associate with them, are hereby created and constituted a body cor

porate and politic with perpetual succession, under the name and style of the "Goodrich transportation and franchises. company," and by such name and style shall be capable in law of suing and being sued, pleading and being impleaded, answering and being answered unto, defending and being defended in all courts and places whatsoever, in all manner of actions, suits, complaints, matters and causes whatsoever; may adopt a common seal and alter and renew the same at pleasure, and shall have power and authority to acquire, hold possess and enjoy, both real and personal property, and may sell, Tent, mortgage and convey the same at pleasure : providel, koucever, that they shall only hold so much real estate as shall be necessary for the conducting of their business, or such as shall be acquired by them in receiving or collecting their debts. The affairs of the corporation shall be conducted by a board of directors, a majority of whom shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of business, and the said corporation shall have power to establish by-laws, rules and regulations for the management of its affairs, not inconistent with the constitution and laws of this state or of the United States, and shall like wise bave power at all times to de. fine the number of its directors and other officers and their respective duties, the place and time of their election and term of office, and the manner of filling vacancies and making removals, and shall possess all other necessary powers incident to like corporations.

SECTION 2. The capital stock of said corporation Capital stoc . stail be one hundred thousand dollars, and divided into shares of one hundred dollars each, which capital stock may be increased by the board of directors to an amount not exceeding one million dollars; and the corporators named in the first section of this act, or a majority of them, may meet at such time and place as shail be mutually agreed upon between them, for the organization of the corporation, and they likewise may determine the time when subscriptions to the capital stock may be made, and the mode, manner and terms of payment of the money due or equivalent therefor, and of forfeiture tbereof for non payment.

SECTION 3. The said corporation shall have power Arthor pow. to enter into and conduct a general transportation and re. carrying business to and from such ports and places, #beiber by land or water, as the said corporation may

see fit; and to build for their own use, equip, furnish, fit, purchase, charter or own, steam, sail or other boats, vessels, or ships, or property to be used in the lawful business, commerce, trade or navigation upon the lakes, rivers, canals, or for land transportation, and for the carriage, transportation, or storing of lading, freight, mail, property, or passengers; and to build and construct all necessary warehouses, piers, docks, offices, marine railways and dry docks; and such corporation shall also have power to make insurance upon any goods, wares and merchandise or other property or commodities to be stored, carried or transported by such corporation; and to that extent and upon goods, wares and merchandise or other property or commodities carried, stored or transported by said corporation; to make

every insurance connected with marine risks, and the risks of transportation and inland navigation and carriage, and in the lawful pursuit or conduct of the business aforesaid, said company may, in its corporate name and capacity, make and execute to and with any person, or persons, body politic or corporate, any and all contracts, writings, obligations and vouchers whatsoever.

SECTION 4. All elections for directors shall be by ballot, and each share of stock shall be entitled to one vote and may be cast by the holder or proxy duly authorized, and the persons receiving the majority of votes cast shall be elected.

SECTION 5. The home port or office of said company shall be located at the village of Manitowoc, Wis. consin: provided, however, that the board of directors shall have power at all times to change its locality to such other ports or places in Wisconsin, as in their judgment may promote the interests of the corporation. The board of directors shall have power to establish offices for the transaction of the business of said company at such places as they may deem expedient, and may by resolution or by-law appoint the times and places within this state for all meetings for election or

for the transaction of business. First board of

SECTION 6. The corporators names in the first secdirectorg. tion of this act, that is to say, Albert E. Goodrich,

William J. Whaling, Gregory Burson, Albert Conro and Isaac A. Hasbrouck, shall constitute the first board of directors of this corporation, and shall act as

How directors elected.

Location of office.

such until others are elected, and they shall have power to fill any vacancies that may occur in the board by resignation or otherwise.

SECTION 7. It is hereby declared that in the judgment of the legislature, the objects of this corporation cannot be obtained by or under general laws.

SECTION 8. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication.

Approved February 8, 1868.

CHAPTER 40.

AN ACT to incorporate the South Side literary and library asso

ciation of the city of Milwaukee.

The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented in

senate and assembly, do enact as follows:

SECTION 1. James Porter, George H. Paul, George Corporators. Barnham, G. B. Seaman, George McWhorter, James Douglas, Willam I. Decker, C. J. F. Whitney, Charles H Larkin, Euclid Worden, John Bentley, E. B. Simpson, John Hiles, J. M. Stowell, Wm. Good now and their associates and successors, are hereby created a body corporate and politic by the name of the South Name. Side literary and library association of the city of Milwaukee, and by that name to remain in perpetual suc- Powers and cession for the purpose of establishing and maintaining franchises. a library and reading room, instituting lectures and providing other literary exercises of a moral or intel·lectual nature, with power for such purposes to take by purchase, devise or otherwise, and hold, transfer and convey real and personal property to the amount of $75.000; and also further to take, hold and convey all such books, cabinets, library furniture and apparatus as may be necessary for attaining the objects and carrying into effect the purposes of said association.

SECTION 2. The control and disposal of the funds, omicers-their property and estate and the direction and management of office. of all the business and exercises of the said association under such directions and restrictions as may be imposed by the rules and regulations thereof shall be ves

duties and term

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