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LAWS OF WISCONSIN
JOINT RESOLUTIONS AND MEMORIALS
PASSED AT THE BIENNIAL SESSION OF THE
Post-Office Addresses of the Circuit and Superior Judges and
Times and Places for Holding Circuit and Superior Courts
Table Showing the Sections of the Wisconsin Statutes of
by the Laws of 1899, 1901 and 1903
Published by Authority
LAWS OF WISCONSIN, 1903.
No. 6, S.]
[Published March 7, 1903.
AN ACT to repeal the acts establishing a superior court for
Milwaukee county and providing for the transfer of causes and proceedings pending therein to the circuit court for the second judicial circuit.
The people of the state of Wisconsin, represented in senate and
assembly do enact as follows:
Division of actions from superior to circuit courts. SECTION 1. On and after the first Monday in May, 1903, all actions, causes, pleadings, process and proceedings which may be pending in the superior court for Milwaukee county shall be divided as follows: All of said actions, causes, pleadings, process and proceedings which bear or have an even record number shall on said day be transferred, returnable and continue to and become actions and proceedings in the circuit court of the second judicial circuit and all such actions and proceedings shall on and after that date be deemed and treated as pending in said circuit court for all purposes, to the same extent and with the same effect as if such actions and proceedings had been originally. commenced and had in said circuit court; and all motions, orders, writs and proceedings then pending in said superior court in any such actions or proceedings bearing an even record number shall be heard, executed and disposed of in and by said circuit court, which court shall also have power and authority to issue writs of execution and other final process and make such orders and exercise and use such other powers and proceedings as may be in accordance with law, to enforce the previous orders and judgments of said superior court in any such actions