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Heg, J. E. (ed.) / The Blue Book of the state of Wisconsin
(1883)

Publication and distribution of Blue Books,   pp. [I]-II PDF (356.6 KB)


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OVT. PUBS.
  SECTION
    PUBLICATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF BLUE BOOKS.
                        CHAPTER 14, LAWS OF 1882
    AN_ ACT to amend chapter 123 of the laws of 1880, in relation to the
distribu-
                            tion of the Blue Book.
    The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented in senate and assembly,
       do enact as follows:
     SECTION 1. Section 1 of chapter 12 of the laws of 1880, entitled an
act to
   amend chapter 141 of the laws of 1879, in relation to the distribution
of Blue
   Books, is hereby amended so as to read as follows: The secretary of state
   shall cause to be printed eight thousand copies of such Blue Book at each
   regular session of the Wisconsin legislature, to be distributed as follows:
   Fifty copies to each member of the senate and assembly, five copies each
to
   the chief clerks and sergeant-at-arms of the two houses, one copy to each
   of the clerks and employes of the two houses, whose names appear in the
   Blue Book; one copy to the clerk of each standing committee, fifty copies
   each to the governor, secretary of state and superintendent of public
in-
   struction: twenty-five copies each to the lieutenant governor, state treas-
   urer, attorney general, and insurance and railroad commissioner; two copies
   each to the rest of the state officers in the capitol, and one to each
of their
   assistants: one copy each to the state agricultural society, the state
horti-
   cultural society, the state board of charities and reform, and to the
academy
   of arts and science; one copy to the home office of the Wisconsin humane
   society, and one copy to each branch office of said society; one copy
to each
   regent of the state university and normal schools; one copy to each of
the
   college, academy, free high school, normal school and free public libraries
   of the state, and to the state penal and charitable institutions; one
copy
   each to the county clerks and superintendents of schools of the several
   counties in this state, and to the clerk of the supreme court of the United
   States courts for Wisconsin; one copy each to the reporters in regular
at-
   tendance on the legislature; one copy to each justice of the supreme court,
   to each judge of the United States courts sitting within this state, circuit
   judge and county judge, and sixty copies to the state historical society,
and
   one copy to each member of the state board of health. The remainder
   shall be kept by the secretary of state, who shall deliver to the superin-
   tendent of public property, at the commencement of each session of the
   legislature, one hundred and thirty-seven copies, to be by him distributed
to
   the members of the legislature, and to the chief clerks and sergeants-at-
   arms of each house at the opening of the session; the remainder to be
kept
   for exchange. One copy of such Blue Book for each justice of the supreme
   court, state officer and each member of the senate and assembly and the
   chief clerks thereof, shall be bound in half morocco and be lettered with
   the name of the person entitled to receive it. Each county clerk receiving


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