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attendance, and three dollars for each half day's actual attendance, which sum shall be paid by the county treasurer upon the certificate of the county judge.

SECTION 3. Said reporter shall make and file Fees for makin said court when requested by the judge of testimony. thereof, a fair transcript of testimony so reported, which shall be paid for by the county treasurer at the rate of five cents per folio in the same manner as said reporter's per diem is paid and should any party require a copy of such record or any part thereof said reporter shall make the same at the above rate which shall be paid for by the party requiring the same.

SECTION 4. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after its passage and publication.

Approved March 1, 1899.

No. 38, A.]

[Published March 3, 1899.

CHAPTER 5.

AN ACT to amend section 3845 of the statutes

of 1898, relating to actions against executors, administrators, etc.

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The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented in

senate and assembly, do enact as follows:

against execu

SECTION 1. Section 3845 of the statutes of Actions 1898 is hereby amended by inserting after the tors. word "property in the fourth line of said section, the words "or to quiet title or remove a cloud on title, to construe wills, enforce the liability of stockholders, to avoid fraudulent conveyances, to affect or pass the title to real property, and other actions in which the county court cannot afford a remedy as adequate and com

plete as the circuit court," so that said section when so amended shall read as follows: Section 3815. No action shall be commenced against an executor or administrator, excepting actions for the recovery of specific real or personal property, oractionstoestablish, enforce, or foreclose a lien or right of lien, on real or personal property, or to quiet title or remove a cloud on title, to construe wills, enforce the liability of stockholders, to avoid fraudulent conveyances, to affect on

pass the title to real property and other actions Where county in which the county court cannot afford a rematford remedy edy as adequate, complete, prompt or efficient as circuit court. the circuit court. Nor shall any attachment or

execution be issued against the estate of the deceased or the executor or administrator thereof, until the expiration of the time limited for the payment of debts, except as provided in sections 2751 and 2978. Nothing in this section shall prevent any person having a lawful

lawful claim against a deceased person from bringing an action therefor against the executor, administrator, heir, devisee, or legatee of such deceased person, when no time has been fixed in which creditor's may present their claims against the de. ceased for allowance, or when no notice of such limitations has been ordered or given.

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

Approved Víarch 3, 1899.

No. 32, A.]

[Published March 3, 1899.

CHAPTER 6.

AN ACT to provide for the conveyance of lands

pursuant to contract held by deceased per

Sons.

The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented in

senate and assembly, do enact as follows:

SECTION 1. Whenever any person holding a contract for the conveyance of land, as purchaser thereof, shall die before the execution of a deed of such lands to him, and such deceased person shall have been entitled to receive such deed Vendor shall prior to his death, or full payment therefor shall excute deed he made by his widow or any heir of such de- any heir. (eased, it shall be lawful for the vendor of said land to execute a deed naming such deceased person as grantee therein, and to deliver said conrevance to the widow, or any heir of said dereased, and the execution and delivery thereof shall pass the title to the heirs or devisees, subject to the rights of the widow, if any, in the same manner and with the same interest or estate which they would have received, had the deed been made prior to the death of the deceased and subject to all claims, liens or equities, which might exist had the title passed by descent or devise.

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

Approved March 3, 1899.

No. 50, A.]

[Published March 3, 1899.

CHAPTER 7.

Ch. 7
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AN ACT to make the method of filling vacan.

cies in the office of county judge uniform with the method of filling vacancies in the office of justice of the supreme court and of circuit judge.

The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented in

senate and assembly, do enact as follows:

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See 84 C 10 '03

Date of elec-
tion to fill va.
cancy.

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SECTION 1. Section 91s of the Wisconsin stat. utes of 1898 is hereby amended by inserting the words "or county judge" at the end of the ninth word of the second line of said section, so that the same will read when so amended as follows: Section 94s. In all cases of vacancy in the office of justice of the supreme court or circuit judge, or county judge, the election to fill such vacancy shall be held on the first Tuesday of April next after the vacancy shall happen, in case such vacancy shall happen twenty days before such day; and if no election shall then be held for such purpose, or if the vacancy shall happen within twenty days next before said first Tuesday, then the election shall be held on the first Tuesday of

April next thereafter. Election of SECTION 2. Section 2441 of Wisconsin statcounty judges made uniform. utes of 1898 is hereby amended by striking out,

beginning with the twelfth word of the eighth line of said section, the words, "for the residue or for the whole of the term," and inserting in lieu thereof the words "until the first Monday of June next succeeding such appointment unless such vacancy shall happen within twenty days next before the first Tuesday of April, in which case such appointment shall hold until the first Monday of June next thereafter," so that said section when so amended will read as follows: Section 2441. There shall be a general election

for county judge in each county in this state on the first Tuesday in April 1901, and every fourth year after the election of such judge. The term of office of the county judges shall be four years, and shall commence on the first Monday of January next after such general election. When a vacancy shall occur in the office of county judge from any cause or there shall be no person qualified to take the office at the commencement of the term, the governor shall appoint a county judge and the person so appointed, shall hold un- When appointtil the first Monday of June next succeeding such how long. appointment unless such vacancy shall happen within twenty days next before the first Tuesday of April, in which case such appointment shall hold until the first Monday of June next there. after; and where any county judge shall be elected in a newly organized county, the judge so first elected shall hold his office until the first Monday of January next, after the first general election for county judges. Every county judge may be removed from office by address in th manner provided in the constitution for the remoral of justices of the supreme, or judges of the circuit court.

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

Approved March 3, 1899.

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