2009-10 Wisconsin Statutes & Annotations
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Sovereignty, Jurisdiction and Civil Divisions of the State.
General Organization of the State, Except the Judiciary.
Public Domain and the Trust Funds.
Employee Trust Fund.
Cultural and Memorial Institutions; Veterans' Affairs.
Charitable, Curative, Reformatory and Penal Institutions and Agencies.
Functions and Government
Highways and Bridges,
Drains and Fences.
Agriculture; Foods and Drugs; Markets.
Regulation of Industry.
Regulation of Trade.
Partnerships and Corporations; Transportation; Utilities; Banks; Savings Associations.
Administrative Procedure and Review.
Populous Counties and Cities.
Navigational System Authorities.
Uniform Commercial Code.
Wisconsin Consumer Act.
Regulation and Licensing.
Investment Regulation and
Actions and Proceedings
in Special Cases.
Municipal Court Procedure.
Provisions Common to Actions and Proceedings in All Courts.
Relief of Prisoners.
Juvenile Justice Code.
Construction of Statutes, Repeal of Existing Laws, Curative Acts and Miscellaneous Statutes.