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STATE OF WISCONSIN;
JEFFERSON'S MANUAL, RULES, FORMS AND LAWS,
FOR THE REGULATION OF BUSINESS;
LISTS AND TABLES FOR REFERENCE.
COMPILED BY THE SECRETARY OF STATE, IN THE YEAR 1868.
SEVENTH ANNUAL EDITION.
ATWOOD & RUBLEE, STATE PRINTERS.
TO PROVIDE FOR THE ANNUAL PUBLICATION OF A LEGISLATIVE
The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented in senate and assembly, do enact as follows:
SECTION 1. It shall be the duty of the secretary of state to cause to be prepared and printed by the state printer, annually hereafter, for the use of the senate and assembly, a book to be denominated a "manual," which shall contain the constitution of the United States and of this state, Jefferson's Manual, rules and orders of the senate and assembly, joint rules of the senate and assembly, lists of senators and assemblymen, and employees of each house, diagrams of the senate and assembly chambers, statistical and other information of the same description with that contained in the books heretofore procured by clerks of the two houses, respectively, with such other matter as may be deemed useful.
SECTION 2. The secretary of state shall cause to be printed one thousand copies of such manual annually, one copy of which shall be distributed to each senator and assemblyman within two weeks after the commencement of each session.
The remainder of each edition shall be distributed as follows: four copies to each member of the senate and assembly, one copy to each of the officers thereof, one copy to each of the state officers, and one hundred and fifty copies shall be deposited with the superintendent of public property, for the use of the succeeding legislature.
SECTION 3. There is hereby annually appropriated out of any money in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated, belonging to the general fund, an amount sufficient for the expenses authorized by this act.
Approved March 21, 1866.