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LAWS OF WISCONSIN,
EXCEPT CITY CHARTERS AND THEIR AMENDMENTS,
PASSED AT THI
BIENNIAL SESSION OF THE LEGISLATURE OF 1883,
JOINT RESOLUTIONS AND MEMORIALS.
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.
LAWS OF WISCONSIN.
[No. 14, A.]
[Published February 14, 1883.] CHAPTER 1.
AN ACT to amend chapter 226 of the laws of 1877, entitled
an act to amend chapter 47 of the general laws of 1871," entitled “an act to amend chapter 107 of the private and local laws of 1867,” entitled “an act to authorize the appointment of phonographic reporter for the circuit courts of the counties of Milwaukee and Kenosha.” The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented
in senate and assembly, do enact as follows:
SECTION 1. Section 3 of chapter 266 of the laws of 1877, entitled as stated in the title to this bill, is hereby amended so as to read as follows: Section 3. The sum of two thousand dollars
Salary of pho($2,000) per annum, shall be paid to the reporter nographic re
porter. appointed for the said circuit court of Milwaukee county for the services of himself and assistant, which shall be in lieu of all per diem for attending said court, and for performing such other services as the court may from time to time direct, and as may be required by law. The said salary shall be paid by the county treasurer of Milwaukee county, at the end of every quarter year from the date of the appointment. A similar sum shall also be allowed and paid to the reporter appointed by the said county court of Milwaukee county, for the services of himself and assistant, which shall also be in lieu of all per diem, and for performing such other services as the said county court may from time to time direct, and as may be required by law, which shall be paid in manner similar to that provided for the payment of the services of the reporter of the circuit court.
SECTION 2. Section 4 of said chapter 226 of the Shall furnish laws of 1877, is hereby amended so as to read as short-hand follows: Section 4. It shall be the duty of the notes, phonographic reporter of each of said courts to furnish, upon request, transcripts of his shorthand notes of the testimony and other proceed